Title: The Floridian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00618
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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: April 20, 1822
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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Volume ID: VID00618
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10589672
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"'11.1111t.It.TU.VSTALL.." T our Urspjles, and carry .s back into Dr. Johnson>> has written more fa the parts of the world, add'which maintain 1,
BY X1CH01.AS fin ft dva: ce.-Cotitinttif, ce MISCELLANY. the dark bosom of the deep." spirit of poetry, fn the Rambler and with so much vigor and. efficiency the
"U of fcj tI jl ivr erit annum>tionat \he discretion: of the Edtors *- raOX ftALTIMOBC fATTUOr. .\fanfttM.tUog that there ** bas Rasulas, than will be found in tbe fettered sommercial rights of American ciii
tp0 the dlcharjr.c of all arrcu'agtei. SERMON ON TilE DEATH OP been from early times a ride and gyn.grraciorsphibtopbylntheworldwhich. verse of Irene; in fOCor.btcb, Zeus and the honor of the national, flag.'* ,
Allain>lie&u< ftl for rat tunatutttnustlcaeconpa&edsiththead I will only instance the opening addr ss _
'snce pa)mcnt,tor thepajH MIL riNKXEY.A I is at war with the consoling dictate of in his beautiful work of Rasttlas, tho CONGRESS.11t1se .
: r w ill not be fan*ardfd. discourse from the, Rev. Chaplain !nature," which bids us Mmo.ns for the many other passages might be quoted
of the House of Representative*, Mr. dead," he eloquently proceeds sM more apt and striking to justify !the of IleprcsenUthcs. ,"
\\\\unlr.eni\ 1Jetl'J.1:1TF.1t Srtxvs, on.0 striking and aifiiciing There is no fortitude, no magnanimity preceding observation ..' .. > Monday, Atanlfll. .
addrrmiipil to Valenikw ltrxr.'UP, a dispensation, as the death. of Mr. I in iH. t&itttvst of heart which M Ye whA listen with credulity ta the O.motion of Mr. Hut, it was '
1\ |''oil Claiborne; Alabama,port marked 1e ear t'tzxrrr: would naturally awaken and refusesthe tear of sympathy k mournful whispers or fancy and pursue with eagerness Resolved* That the committee of '
orI ntIt 29th April, and f,,e.IL rdd to the c.ie.c&l'ostIftccad'adatewnni attract attention. The know talents :;i remembrance to flow,when a fellow- the phantoms of hope, who expert commerce be directed to inquire into
Uufprond of the speaker, and the high standing !I being is called from life; when our fondest that age will perform the promises the expediency of having 'the coast of e
,.Ix',f u2'Je, 11 c ktt'tr' tl.-i'kn by 1 bumar I of the deceased, combine to raise expectation i I attachments are severed and the of youth and that the deficiencies of Florida surveyed, so ;as to> have an'acCurate
It I in thii office,for tlklircrY
jo P.Iotl.am'!one d ulJ'! ,ShOW authorised rreette it, and if *, which it would seem pro. ties of our dearest friendship are torn the present.day will be supplied by the chart thereof made, delineating
net called for in limy daj t, *ill tc returned la protionably difficult to satisfy. The asunder; when a gloom is Thrown o- morrow attend to the history of Ras- thereon the entrance of all the rivers
the (.'iicnl Post Oflice. many, however who admire the learn nr the bright vision of how, and the Ida., Prince of Abyssinia!,* and harbours, the islands, rocks> ,
NICHOLAS, I', MLl'cnacoja. ing and genius of tbe author, will not whole world seems a wild fbtlt, a Here you have a harmony in the shoals and reefs, in the neighborhood '. n'
30th MjLrth, 1872.'OltSXib. be disappointed.; and the few fully acquainted boundless waste without one green word, and an expression: so purely poetical of the coast, as well on the side of the. '
with the extent of bis resources spot to revive our drooping spirits*- that verse might perhaps shackle Gulf of Mexico, as on the Atlantic h
,. AT in: trill Cnd their anticipation of a When we look around us, ata ice the ; but could scarcely improve the sentence. side of the Peninsula f and '.that. : oh-
; PB.-S.ICOJI nOOK Ij'TOll}?. chaste, beautiful and appropriate pro- trophies of death, and beboM among But if Walttr SeN oJt be the real serrationse also made with reference"
SIGN 'OF hUt duction amply gratified. We arc informed them all that '*e most high'y valued author of the works1n question how to sites for light houses.
by the author, in a neat and and cherished, it is not in hi man na much then his he excelled: every predecessor [Mr. HILL, in presenting this re :
FOLIO BIBLE. modest advertisement, that the Sermonwas I lure to resist these calls on th sensibility who has written in both kindsof solution, observed, that he,had hitherto -
AN ASSORTMENT: OF not intended as a funeral discourse of the sot?!. God expect no such composition ; it may: then indeed be delayed ,to offer It, in the hope of
nor written with a view to pub- i testimonies of our forutvde;,* will destroy said of him, as the great colossus of receiving information from the corps '
ttOOKS, lication. To the partiality, as he terms. tbe holiest sympathies d our nalure. literature, wrote in the epitaph of bis of engineers who had recently been 5
, .'Wrong vhtth art the following y it, or the judgment as we deem it of Let no one call that veakaess, friend Goldsmith, ** that he has left no directed by the government to examine -
j American fctate 1'ajww 10 role his friends, the public are indebted for I which stirs up tbe fosatains .** sorrow,'I species of writing untouched, or unadorned the seacoast from the Sabine eastward .
:\1t11Ct.'m"* Fncl-eopce&a,12 oU. I, an opportunity of perusing it. : sinks deeply into tbe heart aid caries by his pen,** for these works round the shores of the Floridas;
,I Bnrl'. Theolofpcal iKctiowj', As the author has informed as, we a tear to fall on the grave of tto lamented embrace almost every subject and mode but, having been Informed, by, some of r
liobinwn'.Iliatory ofMapUtm, are not to consider the sermon to be a dead. Let De one call tlat weakness of writing. the gentlemen of that corps who have ;.
jkxepltu' \\'orLi, : studied eulogy on the illustrious de. unless he would blot out the light The author of these? histories, more just arrived at this city,. that their ex-
Spectator gnu on,OK Itambkr I'aiwions, ceased. It is rather a forcible and irnprettite of heavenly peace, and mar she image properly than novels is evidently one amination had been confided principal.
Cpnella Ix-Um, admonition to bear in mind of God within blot unless he would that is eminently versed in the living If, if not entirely, to the selection cat' "
.+"kei'tcrficld'r Letter, .. the certainly of death and to profit by take from the mind its diviarst grace,!| and dead tan",uagc } Crock and Latin sites for fortifications he ./* ompsl; *
: ttodcTsc.4'the W'oil& this habitual cons I. I Hannah Valuable store'8 hccKla, 1'antfy rol Heeeipl.. Hook, in language, cUtsically pure and sim virtues and liveliest joys; unless he tongue. French Spanish,Italian,G r.1 attention of Congress to this subjectnow.

\Viii'''' Appeal,I'll'HijV;" J'jjceehc, ply elegant, and breathing sentiments, would destroy the most refined pleasures Man.. Gaelic, indeed alt the languages i Sir, we have had this territory a
1 1 o\!<"'.tre l ic on I atte pious, appropriate and affecting. It t* and tbe sweetest charities of life,P|of Lurope arc not unknown to ham, in expectancy for many years, and in
Jutuu.* A-ltcrs: ,l'ulrc'r tturla, not: our object, however, to enlarge on, and extinguish tbe principles which but his quotations; indicate a perfect I actual possession a year yet, the truth
ran1u'r'tbl UI14 the design of the preacher or the man contribute to humanist oar natures, acquisition of them ; whilst history is, that no man, prehaps, in the nation et .
Houditch'tf Mollhu on I'oIitiCJd Ccooom}', n'rof its execution. One or two extracts : and to fit as for beaten/* and science display the light of a mind I actually: knows where the best ship
VavtjTatnr will, furnish readers with and! i harbor is situate and an examinationis
American roxt I' !<*, \ our a beyond measure; comprtlienn.ve, ;
Indian Wan in the ,,'nt, j JT ; better idea of it, thin, any account we Molly' Mauly, who received a pension refined from the dross, both of pedantry i now making in relation to Spiritu r .
JI! diC"'* !>rnuMn'. Monitor, can give. from the state of Pennsylvania for and prejudice. I Santo, alias Tampey, alias HHIsboro'
erulo.' Masonic Chart, I The following extracted from weir service rendered during the revolutionary hcse works will certainty be read !ay. Another examination has been;;
J'ikv't b.Wnft'r.spcdjlkm(.: 4. (Ywk't t'uyagte, sill;sawn'.Trnt' ., 1'0 object is so insignificant, no officers as a brave and patrioticwoman. Scot will hate become obsolete, near Cape Florida. These partial expenditures '
\ O\JI.h&IJbriah<1'.1..ud.. event so trivial, at not to carry with it She was called Sargeant Macauly and his maurtals forgotten t they possess would be aYoid d.. The 1
IloHin* Anciettt Huton', a moral and religious i influence. The ,and was wounded at tome battle, the advaotag, our these poems, coasting trade would be greatly benefited .
'. Alrthcr's Magnaliu, trees that spring out of the earth are supposed to be Brandy-wine,where her of describing toe events of more recent ; the information necessary to the
HirUrvd'i! iii. of
t.J: dtnutlt'rCre; tc r> ",$eland no.den's, America, moralists They arc emblems of the sex was discovered. It was a common date, of manners more genuine establishment of lighthouses on the
T)tier'General UUtorj', life of tnan. They grow up ; they put practice for her to sting her sabre Ottr and authentic, and they abound with coast would be furnished; and the risk .r 'i'
litaekctridfieon.numb America, on the garments of freshness and beautjv ber head and LulU for M Mad Anthony many minute circumstances of character of piratical +tepredations diminished
Jolmi jifccf V.!cent*I'a.triclien"' Life of NX'a$"", gton, I decay. seizes upon the root and the was not an unusual circumstance to I| which, by reflecting the image of the coast. The British government have ,

UJ1'.tI', Life bj hw won, trunk, and they gradually go back to ,find women in the anks disguised as.times they describe, render them more recently employed a, vessel of"war, to
tmnt1K,', Life el f Mtky, their original elements. The blossoms men, such was their ardor for independence. | amusing in some respects,and more instructive take the survey of those shores but, :. '
\'.U r; Laver cf Kattent, that open to the rising sun,but are closed ,. Elizabeth Canning was at a ia this particular, than the whether it will ever be published::so j;
e 11 Jup kin.on's )1jlCtlJahC'OUt,,'orkJ, bar works of the The as tote of a advantage taainuUicertain. J
at night never to open again, are j gun at Washington, m hen her -( general historian.
*unon d.. Opcrath'. ( ullcn,St Jamcf upcrv*:hurter, I, mot-aliau.-Tbe seasons are moralist band wit killed and she took his place! author, too, possesses such dramatic And shall we he more improvident -
Uranc1e' Chrniihtrj',new"" orLS teaching the lessons of wisdom, manifesting immediately; loaded primed, and fired power in the creation support and toward a country we own
",cdUur on t-'pb.lit, the wonders of the Creator, and the cannon with which be was enlrus- contrast of his characters that had he than foreign nations ? 1 hope not, and.
Latoiwcr, dicfnittry, catling on man to reflect on his coudi- i(ted. She was wounded in the breast chosen the real: drama for his work, in- that the resolution will be adopted.. ;

I C'U'gx'r's'rib' Pkiarmaeologa fiU1"g'CI')', llioma. new*'+cUtkk Practice. tion and desuuy. History is a perpet-1 i I Ibr a grape shot It would be interesting -' stead of the imitative form of the novel,. MOnO.IV, MARCH 18.
\\'au rU J.(ouy Slrnucitng.'I'aki ual moralist disclosing the annals of1' to collect anecdotes of the services there seems every reason to suppose Mr. Cocky hid on the table the follow ' <
of>Iynitrosio I.anl1lctrd,G tots.ticn . past ages, showing the impotency of rendered' by>> women during tbe revolaliouary he would only have: classed in the rear' ing resolutions : '
> .l\t ort. ..1'le Pirate, : pride and greatness, the weakness of warv .Vaf. ..fdv.rllr.MtkiimprxialP. of Sbakspcare. Resolved, That the act of the 2d of
'Mmtlltl,,\ iA,or>\'*:tLc, ICWcf'tc.)Monk human power, the fully of human wis In reading these fine works one ctrcamsuace March, 1821,.to reduce and fix the military :' a
Tom Jones, Foul o(Quatty, dom. The daily occurrences in society ; /.\.aeaBer.i bean strongly against the I peace establishment of the United
fl,I"C n'. forks... I ''01.. : are moralists. The success or fail AUTHOR OF WAVERLY.In common opinion of their being Walter I States,was not intended to authorize
nr.t 1oh Poets,8,ol.,4(111. 't ure of enterpr ize,the prosperity of the the annals of literature of the Scott's{ namely, that all the poetry interspersed . the President, of the United Statesto
G01dsmitl.Iuorc'. "0\.,b \U-I. gilt.do. ,i bad, the adversity of good, the disappointed -i lighter order mean novels, perhaps in the trjrt, is any thing but i dismiss officers then in service, and
>Iruii.bull.1.locliutl darks, Iioomfeld] Poems,;, hopes of the sanguine and acorn i there never has occurred a circumstance resembling that great poet's works,. introduce others of the same grade into -
Con*'a)'II Spanish,: (,ratans t the sufferings of the sinuous, the so extraordinary as that the author , being entirely of the plaintive pathetic I the army. ..
fcc Ux:till Li'Licon: caprices of fortune in every conditionof I I > of U'atnl,sould have still remained : kind, whereas Mr. Scott's principal Resolved That the dismission of '
LxM-klrR'< f.rctk and\Latin Tettamcnt, < life; all these are fraught with moral :' undiscovered ; or that, :after stch I1 r I feature and excellence is on the descriptive Brevet Brigadier General Daniel Bis.-
}Adan's fair'. Introduction,..t.n<.*an.,mar, : instructions and if properly applied, 1 unbounded applause as his works have' lyric style. sell, Colonel of the hat Regiment of In* f
.Ajiwuwtli Dictionary, 1 will fix the power of religion in the ; met with in all quarters the writer I j la making this observation t do not I fantry, and of Joseph L. Smith) Colonel s
CScernand \1rgil DflplunJ, heart. I should continue to publish anony- allude to the introductory quotations I Ii of the 3d Regiment of Infantry;. as.supernumerarles >
Simrnon's Kuchd,G"WIlUIa' Surrcjmg-, W But there is a greater moralist mouilyiasicad of avowing his name,,i$ at the commencement of each chapter, & the creation of three '
Tooke'.I'anthton' JauJeiim', Ithtturic. still; and that is Death. Here is a !,and enjoying the fame which his works>!which are as various as the author'sown new Colonels, to wit Towson, Fen- i
Guthri(kraphIts' "IOI'Si.. ",,U.iSI.t'* It Cunintinjrt; teacher who speaks in a voice, which .t have acquired him. Many hate been>* genius ; but to the poetry of the wick, and Butler* on th'e Ut .f June, .

"..1.1.... UatKl1', oral Itoct', Arithmc ci, none can mist.acbo comes witha the conjectures respecting hit inditi-, work tt ttf. In fine whoever the writer 1831, was not authorized by the terms.
Hum)''* Grammar Header txcrc.tt, power, which none can resist Sincewe duality bat the most general, perhapstoo : may be, no author in that species has or by the spirit of the act of the 2 II alktr Dtctmttan,Duncan's Logxv last assembled in this place, as the the best founded opinion is that excelled him, in exciting interest In March, 1821.Resolved : .
.'mtr. Preceptor humble and united worshippers of Walter Scott is the author. producing effect, or in practising that That the appointment of
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Quarto,octa*o,fipcl6ngltooks School "I'ud"enb1rs., : ,fee.tc. {.ud. this stern messenger, this mysterious I I Mr. Constable, the publisher, has maxim, of mixing the M utile dulci.* Colonel James Gadsden to the office of
.//.c, following French ll" rtti agent of Omnipotence, has stated in company the woof moneyhe Adjutant General of the United States'
come among our numbers, and laid his has paid Mr.Scoti, which, from the Parisian Fa.na for JilfttJary. Army and the dismission of Colonels
Ltlmir.Napoleon, withering hand on one, whom we have amount, can only be inferred as including Black is still the prevailing colour Butler and Jones from that office, was
HanoKtrucht'f till l Jibs, been taught to honor and respect, the price of these popular works. for dresses. For morning dresses, not justified by the act of the 3d of ,
!\tJg'C nt', Uict.ionan' whose fame was a nation boast whose Still however, a pan of that money Chinese crape is worn, and for evening March, 1821.Rnolvrdl .
Ptrnu'i t.rammar, Kkcreito: & Fables gen-us was a brilliant spark' from the might have been paid on account of the velvet trimmed with gauze. Avery That the transfer of Lieutenant Ij
I'u'to')'. }'pcllitg llooL. ciherial fire, whose attainments were anonymous writer and Mr. S. might elegant dress which has lately l ; Colonel William Lindsay, from _
r'Ctt14rrrUb a general,attortment of equalled only by the grasp of his intellect have been tbe receiver general. made its appearance, is of silk trimmed -l tbe 7th Regiment Infantry, to the 3d
STATIONARY the profoundness of his judge I'I Mr. Scott, too, when Waterly tint with puffs of the tame material t Regiment of Artillery, kflerthe lit of'
racnt, the exuberance of Lit fancy, the acquired fame, was passenger in one ofI a fined with satin of the same color. June 1821, was contrary to the regu- A
'O.\-SISTI.-C OF11'rditigAeat a.igie of hit eloquence. |I I the Leiih smacks, and expressed his opinion While Marino dresses are trimmed toes for the government of the Army ,
lo4ttC1': Paper ocarinas Paste. M It is not my present purpose to ask on these works to a person unknown with coloured satin ; black velvet spotted of the United States, and not authorized
6a+n1K! (>ptaxtnAand Copy Brinks, Plying jour attention to any picture drawn in to him in such terms of appro with pinkand sky blue mock velvet, by the terms and spirit of the act
(411.. ckganur>on UwrdQu.U., Pen and the studied phrase of eulu;". I aim ,I ballon, as were somewhat inconsistent are trimmed with chinchilla, which is of the 2d of March, 1821. . .
Ir"'ID 1'11I1Kt; Vt'l, Slate PenciK IjaA Pencil, nut to describe the commanding powers ;i with the idea of his being the author of considered a very elegant article. Bon Resolved, That ill* the,duty of'Congress . ,
o>r, Cork Ilubbir and, Sealingrift Pocket InUta.nda, tlfcrr bund. Ink, Po band.- and the eminent qualities which them himself. Besides which, it is ve.ry nets of black satin and velvet with lining upon national 'principles, and
Boici, Lc. LcPettimoola, conducted the deceased to the superiority likely from his well known liberality of the same colour arc still sported ; considerations, to protect each"bffieer :f
.'prill3, 1822-if. he held, and which were at once the !fof, sentiment, that he may from some beavers Hoed with pink, lavender or and soldier of the army In'ilrcjoy',
admiration and the pride of bis countmm. ,.,.- 'moth -c or other have in the first ini while are worn, and pink sarsnet trimmed mentof his legal k constitutional,rt.tsv. t
NOTICK. I shall not attempt to analyze i I stance,become the vehicle of their pub- with a handkerchief and deep blond Mr. Coete thought that the TAKEN upby the ,ubKri ron the his rapacious mind, nor to set forth::lication. lace is a very fashonable bonnet. tapelisses embraced by the resolutions, was ojie '
negro Inatl who calls '' the. richness and variety of its l A Mr. McF. an episcopal bishop in there i. nothing new. Dress ribbons which Involved the Interest of the country
himself BILLY said nrgroii about 32 sures. The trophies of the ; trea-I I Scotland, has also been pointed at as made with a border of steel thread and he therefore moved,that: .they
ear 2 tear old,five feet fete inches high, a sufficient testimony of these, and constitute their author with much appearance< of and gauze ribbons have not totally dis be laid on the table and printed. '"'
has !
on kn old fur hut, blue broadcloth a monument to his memory probability, partly from the eonipica- appeared. A splendid and faihonahle Mr. Wright said'the House had business
coktaod scotch plaid pantaloons-says which will siajid firm and conspicuous ous talents be is allowed to possessbut ball dress is of gold lama with a white enough before it to occupy i its
bra'''as purchased from the estate of t I amidst the faded recollections of future I more particularly by having been heard satin slip and satin shoes embroidered i i time without Interfering with the appropriate "
Baptist Barber, dec'd. Marland, Saint1ry' ages. The present is not the time to I Ito relate the leading stories, lour! be with gold.' The hair Is divided in E business of the other branchI
county some time in November 'recount I the sources or the memorials fore they were givea to the public. front and falls down to the eye brows,I the legislature which he thought the
'rum**:!, br one Mr. Garner, and runaway of his greatness. HeU gone. The I Whoever the eminent man may prove and the crown of the head Is encircled resolution calculated to do. lIe
him between Oakmulgy and Flint noblrat of heaven gifts could not Cobe,the works are of such character fby a tartan: or a wreath of flowers. wished each planet in our system to
titers,some time about the last of Jan- shield him from the arrow of the destroyer. to form a prominent feature in the llt-Combs are worn=argw. keep within its proper sphere and mqve
'***y Jut. The owner !s rcquctud to And behest of the Most eraiareortbeprrttntage, ..adhe author )I i in its assigned orbit, and he did not feel iii
cone forward: prove property* pay High i is a warning summons to us all roust be atkhowled tcd a person ofmost The editor of the Evening Star a'' willing to become an organ of'censure, ..
charges ud take him aware When death comes Into our doors we extraordinary talent, with an e* Lotedoa antl-ministerial paper, introduces ' .to another body. ,
J. INGRAHAM.CF3 ought to feel that he it sear. When quit proportion both of modesty and a compliment to the American The Sfltater remarked that the*motion t<'
PentacolaAprjl 13. I3;: -tf. his irrcversabte sentence falls on the self dcnlal. It itrtaJnJy of rare occurrence Navy, I in his comments on the Report to lay on the table was not debate
uiIDn CB- great and renowned,Vbea be severs the that the same writer should i' of Secretary of the Treasury ot.the able, and was about to put the question: ,_, ;
strongest bond which can bind mortalsto excel* both in prove and poeiic&l composition United $t.o- : the Public Finances.In when '
Al'Egcnt<<1 boarders'can be .c-' I earth, w't ought to feel that our o-n t many of 6t&f best potts have C"i 4 r *e nT7 estimate, he observes Mi Cocks expressed an opinion that
to d on moderate bold on life is alight, that the thread of acquired but link, Came oat of the that* this charge includes not hd had,aright to hy a resolution on Jhc' ,
a pnvalc family, _. existence is slender, that .walk amidst sphere of poetry*.-prrhapt Goldsmith merely the vessels building so formi table, and that: such was the course. he.
Enquire of the .. ttrm"j 'perils, where the next wave in is the o4t_that r.cc pri16, 1822. ,tbe agitated ,sea of life may baffle: all kiodslo[\coynp6uti'oa sq..Jroftl. which keep) ,tjir ten in all :Mr. IfalrAntserredthatthes nc .

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t*><. military committee, and her assistance from f he ttkols of tbe fctatlentao the orginitatfon of lK tstat'rniKury ,- located at\shiigtoocoufd succeed Nr-York', wj| be as foUowj rye, ,

.da "41: t iiu'inuor of it was at that from South Carolina. He inttiglted rsUtfishnftftf, ff the tank a al pt not Jbe faffcicntfy ":'matured before the I. _A
the .. full for 1822, -close of the year 1$19, which; with the 2. Pennsylvania IT
x t1)mut'nt employed in drawing a report against word i lie will {additional expense to,which,the. quartrnr 3. Virginia: J' fe. "
j, uprmit. fton, which said he would not disgrace amosot to 6,41) of. __ i .
4. Ohio % : JJ 't
v The .tyroXer observed that he thoughtit himself by emplaning. U also .p;rats, front l*< same table, astrrs department was unavoidably \, \'
wji proper on this occasion, to putt f In the course of bit replication r.1 that tl-atc. missioned offcer were, inproportion aabjected in the year U19' from occupying $. North Carolina*", * ,' Jl J: "' r
of lie the cadets stet rank and advanced military potts on the 6. Massachusetts i "
c qm-ftlioit of consideration, and her R. told the House what sort tnan to
r 'At! shout to put the queslicn, whether would hate fur President, aed khSm file of the army, in service, for those )1I"ourl..d Mississippi, rivers will 7. Kentueky"U|J ("

111., House would now consider the resolutions he would not hate. He would not have years tha"tIn account fur the comparatively little reduction 8. Tennessee : '

; when John 2d, sun of John the lit, who ran 1818, at I to 11..$, in the c expenditure that year. 9t South Carolina .; J :';. .:

Mr. (' ckt' enquired by what rule he an ay like a thief in the night, lie la 1819, as I to II.", The expenditure fur the year 1822, 10. Maryland i. ,

was deprived" of the right to lay a resolution woul 1 not have another man, describing J: 18:0 as I to Is.sr; compared with the segregate of individuals It. Maine i #

un the table* Mr. Calhoun, whinu thcjprat light la 1831, at I to I2.U, composing the military establishment 12. Ceorgia ,;!

;, The bficcktr referred lo the i rule If that had just got among us, was cane la 1122, as 1 to 10.35. though; favorable aa contras-. 13. Connecticut *'- 6 ;. t

\ the House, that M when any motion or cussing to make pf'ni4rfll.b.al he TaMe C exhibits the rtsolt of the: ted with the expenses of 1818, 1819 14. New-Jersey tu.

proposition is made, theIuCS1iun"will might get nominated for dme oSice. comparative view of the cxpeatlirarea t and 1820, is not so with 1821. This New Hampshire :-4
I :
f the House hOW consider it ?" shall not lie had hear' that Mr. M'D. had a repulalioual of the army for the ) Vs 1st*, U19, difference is accounted for from the pre. 16. Vermont

\ IM put, unless it is demanded h)' J.cmr.utl his constituents 1826, 1821 and estimates of rxprndi-I[sent organization erthe military tstab. 17. Indiana: "., .
i member,or h i deemed necessary 'UIUC'i had done wring in obtrttdlAg him on cures fur 1132. To illustrate distinctly -I ilishmenr, the officers being in larger 18. Louisiana 3

t .... Speaker; *-and the question uf cunlid"l i thr Hetuc. lie said a wiser man than 1 the oicrations of the present system proportion to the rank and file, than 19 Alabama I :3 t,
} '
J ration was then put,and carried-acs him had gircn a piece of advice which in c 'tl"bnnt r the diItv'1nt'nt" of, under the former organization ; hut, if 20. Rhode Island 'J -#
I with adtantaxr the through the i....inim iitaliiy 21. Delaware I' ,
i 67: -noc* 55.Mr. the gentleman might rrccite army I we should suppose the proportion to> '. s
: Corky then renewed his original *if you Iran tome reputationat of a proper organized staff, the items !i if* the same, the comparison, foundedon 22.: Missouri '4
motion that the resolutions be laid on home and would nut lose it, do not composing the expenditures of the army .1 the estimates for 13J2, would be S3, Mississippi ', .a ''

: \. the table ami printed, which was carried come here,** :I hate ken classed under two more favorable in its results than in the 24. Illinois i iFOHKIGN. ,

I" without,, division. Mr. R. left his own cat and took one ions, .iz I dhiS.1 I expenditures of the preceding year.- ='
Tt'KSDAV, MARCH 18. immediately before Mr. Ml as hrroc /7r.,. Those which are fixed From table C it appears, that the army : 1ClJARLZSTO

!!r. Rankin tom the ConmiUce on in reply, with the obvious<< designof and whiei cannot he materially affected for the year 18 18, bring 8,199 }(, MARCH 27, 1822

I' Public Lands, reported a bill providingfor brow I healing him. M*. M'D. after by adniniitration; such at, pay to strong, including general staff, professor ; From E.YCLA.A the ,
recording and_cxalninJ titles, and some prefatory remarks proceeded lo the office and mm, sabmtcnee to the of the military academy" cadets, DBy arriTrf
claims to land in the territory of Florida say that tbt'f'etef'e old members vf the fonnrr, aid the allowance to them for and enlisted men, cost, for that year of the shipVrrf, Cajpt. Parses' Ii .

which was twice 'read and commitled. House whose feelings were honorable servants, forage, transportation for S3.otf,495 04, and that for the samenumerical 48 days from Liverpool,we have received
London dates the 30th "
T .. to whom it was pleasure to extend a baggage,&c.Srr force, at the rate of the expenditures January.
; .' J Mr. Ru..ctl from the Committee on friendly and helping hand to the young < .* ",. Those items which are embracrd in 1818, would have cost, and Liverpool to the 3d February,

.k; Foreign .Affairs, to whom was referred and inexperienced. This was tmgnanimiiy ucr! the general character of For 1819 SVSIOA 20 The state of the Markets has ape,"
rienced little alteration
a liar President's message on the subject ; but there were others, who supple V r the army, and which maybe 12 or no since our
.) of recognizing the independence of time from constitutional pertrmty of etu- reduced by correct administration ; For 1830 2.589,900 98 last adviies, and the papers in a pcliti.c .
For 2,353,776
1821 _I of
South American governments, made along .per, from habit or some other eausl,al- such as, subsistence to soldiers clothing And on the estimates of point view und are interest.remarkably barren

; lucid, and able report{ approbatory trays endeavoured by sarcasm, satire, qU.I\'nna'tef & medical stores. for 83? 5,455,27251 intelligence
The and
of the recommendation of the F.xec- and ridicule to put down rrrry man Aa moil of the articles embraced under probabilities, reports, ron-

4: utive, which concluded with the following who would l10t 1,0" in humble submission the above droomiuuion, are exposed After making allowance. for the difference tuning the impending war txtvraHussta
resolutions .' to them. Here Mr. H. rose and to flactoate in price, and a considerable in price of articles of supplies and Turkey, appear to be grsd,.

rJ r" jfr "/iT**, That the House of Hepresrmalhc asked,** Do you mean me ?'* Mr. MI). rednrtion took place in the med as above stated, the results in favor of ally dying away. 1 he ,Thunder hit

concur In the opinion expressed shrugged his shoulder and looked ical. snbshtenre.atsd clutliingsappl. t't. ihe latter years are, respectively sus, been J'ndfd-1fe bear ntthhtg \*

I by the President, in his message very sternly in the face of Mr. It. intending within the prnodi'ccmparrd? proper .189 14, 51,1 12,394 92, Sl,3 '19318 and the Meridian light succeed the deads

of the 8th of March, 1822, that that he should understand him allowance have bees made on that ac- S I.1..1,'J:2 $0.Sorh of evening-we tee nothing Thereis "

for Atnencah'Pruvineesof Spain,which in the aGiraialitc and proceeded in count, amounting, i i. the price of provisions are the results, as founded on very little stated in the latest dates

tiamr declared their independence, and the same strain. Mr. H. rose again, from farty to thiny-n ne and a the statement of the Second Auditor of calculated to incline us to the opiooa

an* in the enjoyment of it, ought to bet and askedMDo you mean me ? if you half per
. 'recognized, by the United States, as independent do, hope you will hate the courage w and medical snores, from seven to for the reasons; which he has assigned counts from St. Petersburg are to the
nations. avow it." Mr. M'D. replied, "! will eight and a half per tent urn. The con his be 1st Jan.-and such was there the im
in nut strictly correct
Jieettved, That the Committee of answer you out of: the House." Mr R. tracts made by the different departments report the may of the pn'ssion concerning these coming fcos
a% accounts expenditure
Ways and Means be instructed to re on the way to his own seat, said, "1 and the price currents for those of h uhiies, that the Exchange: was grada-
eac Jt'.r'rc not separately.
pt.ri a 1I appropriating r a sum, nut x. shall be glad to here from you.** Mr. years, in the principal cities have been It is,however,confidently believed,that ally and steadily rising. The Russia
ceeding; one hundred thousand dollar, 'M'D. continued to reply a very able the guide in fixing on those allowances. in the mode of funds also remained very firm.
: inaccuracy ascertaining .
: to enable the President oft the United manner. If he was not iritirally core To the q.*rtfmaster's disbursements any the of the In Ireland we read of scenes of misery ,
M amount expendituresof
States to give due eflett to such rccog- iretinusing the word "descantatiotr"it no additions have been made, as and rebellion. The extracts gin
lion. \ was well, applied to thccharaeterof any redaction which may have taken the several years cannot,io any This considerable will exhibit. the melancholy state of if-
the result.
The report was, referred to a Committee .. Mr. H.'s remarks in debate lie redact/on expenditure
of Whole Houscon the Stale that drmrtment. has be great In Span, the latest advices report
w the his reply to the<<:.bul\ of bring. bv n more effected
been by the organiza
Union and than.b.alannd" the increased present some tr-ntuitity to have at length taken -.
the 5000 copies extra obtruded on the House* by saying Mr.R. expenditures lion principally by the more minute .
t' were ordered to be printed. was not a -,leatii.K the inference to which it hat been subject place. 1 he celebrated jAtittert
Control which through it, has been giern
from the extension and ; has communicated the sub;lssioa of
j that he was not sane in his mind.. multiplication disbursements of
both to> the public
4 In the House of Representatives, ---- --- --- of tbe frontier posts. Cadiz, the Government. He his resigned *
and the of
; Felt. 25, on a motion to discharge From table C it appears, that the expenditures money preservation pub. his commai d into he bands of
I : Military Committee (ruin the eoiihide. .\t'1 x\C\1\\\\\lrc.. of the assay (additions being *lic, property. Its beneficial frets have KoMARAtr, Who was appointed to succeed .

ration of the petition of the : Spaniatds tnadeas above staled, for the reduc- ern no less striking in the prompt rendition him, in resisting the orders of the
!.rear f"' ni tale .Vrrrr ry if ll'ar lo tie and settlement cf the accounts of until the of the-
imprisoned in I'cnsacola by order of lion in prices of store and supplies nIhe < Ministry, tranquility ,
.tlrnrirr if Iht 11'16.of Ilt/trrUft'4" disbursing officers. All the accountsfor .
the acting gou'rtioi, a debate ensued, mats Subsequent to 1818, so as tit provinces had been secured. *' *
which occupied, the day. A motion live raise tbe prices vf those years td the !'upplrs! apd disbursements in the ':/ ,"

was made to refer the u1Jj..cl.to the Urrsrrtstturr or Was, standard la)torch, 1222. MStenre, for the year ending the tit .
Mr. amount to strut 'M
$ PiesidcnU Randolph opposed the FROM \NE.-B1 the .
June last the at which the
reference, and declared that the J Erceu- Sin : Pursuant to a resolution of the In I SI 8, S ,.cnU! 04 period con of the Hamburg ship Iloffr.urjr{>t'
the had not .his confidence. What House of Representative of the 7th In 1819, *3,66f,73S 16 tracts fur supplying the army expired, Ney in 47 days from Havre cotfUBrtcial -'". "

i dl'cu, he a kcd.do those who wish tot ultimo; I have now the honor of subnulling In 1810, S. 6lsS4 WIn UfO settled, except a few small ones, letters have been received htrt"tr' .

turn them otcrio the President xIH'ct "a comparative view: of the 1821, 2437,553 13And Amounting, in the whole, to 85,405 46, the 6th Jan. with the perusal t(.

they will obtain from that quarter expenses of the army proper: and military by estimates for though there were srjjjnty-one contracts w hick we have been favoured.It -,'

? + Would you ;send a slate who had been ::academy fur the tears 1818, 1819, 1822, 1,929,179 91 Armed, and functy-one disbursing officers is reported that there is no chatty

I E uhuted by his overseer to that overseer !*20and 1821: and estimates for 1822, From the above data and average attached to this department due of :1' Commercial Treaty heivraT '

fur protection.: I am tnid of the neccssiU arranged under the various heads of rxenOitures alrrgnih of each year, conformably>> to -ing i that year. France and the United States thij Jt t

confidence I will give mine where I [> according to the present and an abstract of the general returns of The settlements in the other subordinate The same intelligence comes via Havana '

ran. I cannot ghe it to this administration former organization of the Department the array, it resalu, that the average branches of this department; are per the Comet, in tetters receiul'

;fur hhink there cannot be a worse. of\\'ar"* The disbursements cost of the army, for each individual, not less prompt. It is believed that the there from France.

Mr. Wright, of )Ie]. supported( the for thr 5 ears 1816 and 1817 as explained taking the aggregate of the officers system hd attained nearly. all the perfection COTTON-Sta Islands are in little or

motion to refer the petition back tp by the letter from the Second Au.. professors of the military academy: ,cadets of which it is susceptible, as by demand.

the President -whose duly it was to execute ditor; accompanying this report ate and crali\tnllDrn. in the service of reference to the table marked C, it will f.xTaACT or A LEnnDAtID I"

,' the.laws. He denied the assertion, so blended with the arrearages of prior the United States, for 1818, was, be seen that those expenditures liableto 111\\' HE, 5th Ju:' ,

that the I>xectitic had not the confidence :. )carf, pay and subsistence
of the nation: ; and asserted thatit militia,and claims of('ctlai1Itaks and rully affected by administration which are principally. on account of the the 13th Oct. 12th and 27th No** by,

had that confidence as much as any individuals, arising out of thr late war on an average, each 3151 93 soldiers, will he hut little reduced in which I perceive that CoUonsk-sitl't t

that had escr existed. a* to preclude the mtMlity of ascertaining hSCSJM'flditum which iiiay i': is year, w hen com al\' d with those of sold at a price too high for, wrto, ,

A personal altercation occurred .be the expenses of the army for 1* affected by administration last year, and it is not doubted but that purchase I have no desire to do to, f ,
tween. Mr. M' Duflic and Mr. Kan- hose year ami %n as to put it out oran on an average, each 299 64 if preserved, tbe tJ'IUt'uaYl11 hereafter I authorise Or.llto given 15 its per'

'dllph" Alluding to the remark of:Mr. y power to embrace them in the commrativr prevent the accumulation of unsealed lb. : tau to sundry orders oniif %
R. thai he' had confidence in tiew called for it isiclietcd Total cost for of. according
tto the present ; though average accounts, and of. any considerable los account which have been ""n10. bymy
I &
Executive:: and would not r.fir if it could be embraced: in the ficers and enlisted men, kc scs in the expenditure the armyv preceding tellers. Rt"comQIendtDJto

the cause to him : :Mr. M'l>. replied comparison, the result would not vary t'8Chl9r 1818, giSl 57 Takingevery circumstance into tonsideraikn : i- always the care in tw
,that the gentleman from Virginia, had Materially horn that fouhdrd (fit the the number and distance of choice you, of which ,must be

OPIUcd'c'try administration since expenditure of the year 1118,fn whiebI J-'ortbe year 1819s the posts the quantity and quality of'I of the best quality parcels in, square b.g*.. ,
the organization of the government. ,I ear a \('in1ion was made, for the In expenditures: of the lit the supplies, and the Urge proportion 'I

and like IshmacI, his hand had IK'enagainslevery the first time, between the current expenses class, each Si58 72 of officers and cadets, which, while it

: man. Mr. H. called Mr. of the army and the arrrarafes la expenditures 'of the 2d better fulfils! the object of a peace: establishment : i DOMESTIC.The _,
'. JVi'D. to order. Mr. M'D explained ; growing out of the expenditures of the class, each 375 98 lenders the :
i ssioners-. for .
and ,in .some cmarks made use of the late war. pensive. Board of Cot1)D\

tr .{ word Gfteaniation. In reply Mr. R.. Table A, accompanying this reports Total average costeach &434 70 gregate of individuals, including officers deciding on claims under the lretf*--

laid, he had five words to say to the the statement of the Sreond ,Auditor cadets, and privates,it is bclitvrd I with Spain, adjourned June'htxttha yesterday lIlr': ",
from S. C. He satisfied and exhibits a view of expenditure: For the meet on the 1 lthof '
gcntkman was year 18301 that, at no period, has the expense of which f>*:
', with his explanation He was not or the army proper, including the mi- In expenditures of the lit the military establishment been, in completed all I the business orI kto I **
( .
disposed to carp at unguarded used in the heat debate.; He 1821, inclusive; from which it appears! In expenditure of the 2d proportion. organisation.Table upon. Ninety; days further to i ..

.,% would nut pin the gentleman from S. C bat the expenditures, after deducting class,each, 178 41 marked D. contains: coropar therefore allowed to claimant oatsh ';'

,to words which lie had explained, but for the increased expense on account '- live statement of the expense of I pare and forward the evidence s

there were others to which he Would of the Seminole war, in 1818 "were respectitely -. Total average cost, each g315 88 plying the army, from the 1st of June sup., f their claims'resu the admitted'rtl ,, '
learn that
htm. The has said II for those SJi029S. i the 182 I l We regret.to
pin gentleman years or year Islo 1816, till the 31st of May 1317, under expedso
... \\'ialCto l make discord in the Cabinet I 101, 2,31",1'31 95, 2,816,414 U, and expenditures of the lit the farmer sysum, aDd the same under I claims under the Treaty, arc of fivs"I .
fat exceed
x Carry ,coals to Xew-Castle He says, I I I 82,280/)93 53 ; adding to the expenditure class, each gl3 63 the present from the 1st of June, 1820,I >to the amount 'at1 ;
lions of dollars which the treaty'lates 1
i hat e been opposed to all administra I of the last year the arrearages of In expenditure of the 2d lit the :31st of :May 1821. The new : tnteL '

:::.. tions. He knew very little about mypolitical the Quartermaster Department and class, ttch iso 4Og system commenced its operation on the for-.Yam.
life, or he would know that subtracting the expenditure incident to tit of Jane, 1819, and as some additional I I'The of the. Ministerot j i
long before I knew any thing of him I the reducing the military establishment :.7 02 incur departure
expenses wrre necessarily r
and I in June last the estimate for the For the IstJjConformably I...Spain from the seat of government ojf |
I suppose that not to know I year red in the first year it was thought that deal of conjectw: ,
A"r him argues myself unknown-before I expenditure of the year 1822, includingthe I to estimates the operation on the system would be given ti'aG to a good Some suppose k. '
circles here.
heard of him, I sat in the chair of the balances of sachW: tbe appropriations of the l tcla*., cch BUS 30 more fairly tested by taking the suSsequeni .' has in undertaken to take offence (urn *!!'. lgnvernmeitfor J

committee of Wars and Means and sup of the last year as are required for Conformably ta estimates, ) year. The year from the lat of he \Jt not bave**Ii. ;
cou "
' the then administration. Afterwards the service of this, amount to &1,100 of the :2d class each 144 !
d ported 16 June, 181*, was assumed,under the old instructions ,.from his governmcr*,* \
he added, but the gentleman 424 85.Table. system, in preference to subsequent that the course w"jcy?!? f t
,had said that of an Individual) (pdtntIng R is an abstract of the general g239 46 I tars, lander the belief that it presents Executive lubjct-ftl has proposed to ., ii ,

to himself) which was not warranted returns of the army for the yean 1818, From the above it appears that there : ihe fairest test of the operation of tf.r' regard to the govrfijnicnts ct"sPo4 I r

by facts. 1S19, 18W: and 1821, showing the name has beta an actual annual reduction in .former system, the accounts ot that America.} : If.toe) Minister'$bo ta t. Jf "t

. 44 Mr M'DwISe was willing to be cor- her of officers and enlisted men, as reported the average expense of each officer and year being more completely adjiisted" 'dooe soy he will! have atsumtd to "I +* r

.. rcctcd,+ nd-enquired what administra by the last returns received at soldier in the service, I ami not involved In the increased expenditure :self considerable fCspot5ibilit1tJoh. 'a

'j" '. lion he hud not op from This rodu the Adjutant General's office, together In the fear 1819, of S '16 87 each s ou account of the ScrmnoTe",that coarse a of thif government tows!j j

ed a ,rejoinder Mr. Randolph, with the academic staff and military In 1830, of 135 69 each war j f Spain.has ever been dfc ofpfrcc"Z:' I d!

who proceeded in a sarcastic spirit, school at West Point, to which is, ad. In Is21of 164 s6eachl il I havcthe honor lo fce, &c.S < 1 1J. .its and if so. .We the'rcfe' 't
against Mr. M'Duffie. He did not op.f ed the number of the military rstaVlishtsent Aadbycstimatrsfur'22o1$3311 nc h. ..C* CALHOUN,' I IP. po\t't: that h.s'.it.i \0 1'hitadc' p tt h4 t .. .t.trcallyuu

pole, he observed, the first five years of. by the present OfT QinUpo, The act of Congress for orrJaixtagi Ho*. .. P.. A4asot ", J1. r ,,", elitomaitic ojRceritl "k 'f

L the administration of Jefferson. -He +1 j for ihe year 1822. From the nLlt.ttt the general sUflT agreeably to it* pre*|1 l vj+al rl/+ w rr.rnt+wves. ,j{;!1 I, .oJ I .,.,t..)"i ,e b
mentioned ,the splendid and magnifi-j i t in the table, it appears that average .!sent formation was not approved until !, ;" t

sr.!: ,= 'ernt rloque nc of Ames, the abilities of, strength of the army, including of-*the 14th or Aprils).!*, sad the change Thr' lumber 'of Representatives* to .... 01.t ranjres matte s f' ,t'': I )

Madisftn, the shrewd sagacity of Galta- fun and cadets* for the year 1818,'In the system fur
1t : tin, and the dexterity of Giles, and hcj, was 8,159; for .1819, 8,4381 for 1820,2 basements of the arro'y, nader &he one should the apportionmrrvt of i Repre- ( dgstra! :; of tht'Ti' oid'StureeBtf ..

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V W i ttrteotts aM 14en People,hi the &
a rcniur. This be washed by -means .f. 'a craeemas did lie ao 1Ktt.lrl'-'t .BCC lie Metsd( ItftiKMtaibewordaitia** ; adftLrinc anrf aslon'wed' works should '

t. am.1 t I 1 connected garden pump in i ,bcm't e;, Mid this ",taken one. to briar A second R>. ,aKl wcbcfKate li hMlais l, M DWt1.bn dnpfid aurhtai.boilyquutctedopoaTtiarss a*a traitor to the bar of the:

In the Bloomy operation should be repeated M often ache f iJ. rJ war Hot called -0- 1"uil.l. fiat :r. g"!": r
the de le as a supply' of the mwUrr'ca61Jt, f-ro- tc.S&hla fair da d AiM srinitiots bad ott4-tetl fthlbt !
ed sucfesifully cured ; or if the water of washing heat resolved oa.s a&siBat\oti ia Kw are we (to tbtak of. bJTMt cta letter taw KtHton from s friendat
under Corn- I cannot be had, a quantity of potash 1 the dark. I wu to rnuapped I .Mu the language "tri"t aahtngtun Ctj-drted

t'"T'; was alto erected orl commerce dissolved in water rosy American C *crsJ is tW a.tho.r nor any simitar iaag4g, Mars 7.
: which ht ras- I bt subiiituird. The washing of the the foul deed, Hate we* bate the" bj me. \the iwlormal'on of year people, f Vtw
*. assembled in trees and wall twice a trrrk for three American peopte. became prematurely i idrCtrpid i It may perhaps* be said ywtthe act' which in nn>Rr ass fur the* .
1 of I lon.Ia. The bell orxkrwl
the strcmed weeks in the spring will besufficient la the short space fcf few may trot L said ?) that Mr. was
in tL"cnale and
fngroaard 1f rvay
f with the stings *f to secure them from the injuries of lustre, daring eiea the lifetime of the answered only such hence be cons tereJ h the yr ilcicnn!nation r
1t n. chaut' these insects. On the whole then, this worthiest of many yet, thank God, of were pat to him Bat, sir : ttody It will doubtless reserve the a-
< the tai "fl must be considered as a valuable manure the worthier who,by tIKir arms lathe the ibtrrrogatortes! )lr. of ike llwue of RcpretrntatiTeawitiiwrt 1
t as it can be obtained easy at small field, or their labor in the cabinet not a witness for roe. lie is tcrW chan ". atho) igl, perhaps wino
arise of of the
aJ. out that
/ .,o" ,i rreury. expense, and in Urge quantities ; and succeeded in erecting the stnptfndow by General Jackson, and I section may refuting' to stares,part abets bas t
wjien its nature is well understood, will;;fabric of our liberty, the ,>etl anchor, lie ted thai* if General ., rtnctcn out." .
iAOIllCCLTCRAL.VtfM probably be no less esteemed by the ,j;of the librrtir cube work hare we,. ticipaird from Mr. Rutledge : AlaHanm Ku urjrd the.anaetatJOii Wen
- ---- .. farmer than horse dung*--To the gar-.a I say, reached alr'C'dY.lht' degenerate favorable to his titers* he ;i )a to her trmtury, antI much d!p'itvtion
/ tilt J) m crQlit /',". of the of Nrttr of'tile abstatnrtl from the ; Some were ofopivo >ebaty,
deuce as well a* the farmer, it is useful age CaligMlts, the pu'unj-. '
woiiU be
wa it, infract the
Sl'\\fI stUS A MANUIIH.ftw mixed with mould as a fer Ulizi tiff Com-I Dominant, of the 1 rflio a'salaws''' bins :*:o, sir. T+sat he 'K>.tn in that instrument ta,that 1natTlTb., M 5o0rJ ., r
A u-aisapp Hi) attention was Lw4tt ; or when fluid stay be applied to It the open profession'or a spy tW t| them it coftduth '. aj be,the erdcd tcrrtory shall be admitted
, rldrd by the soil of A garden,reducJd his fruit walls as a wash fatal to the : most disgraceful of all prvfe iont, to{could hot expect ti.ai Mr. t the uroa on the principle* of the FeJnJ '
tu a state of poverty unfriendly to noxious brood vf predatory insects.KiciiotaoV receive amongst us the dishonora would prove them; and as :
Delation. Interest in its future prolicr Joctt. \ 20. honor of being publicly CO'IIttlrna'KfiI tIs Huueti r is silent open Jk"OP1c'tOt".tut.ah*!U!.b a ve pre the',cr right r boob fbnnmg'haajhrfinoi tiveir- t' .

; influenced my .i.del for iu re- hemarl */" a Ctunirytnan. any respect due to the testimony Oft his ietintmy ca nat be i pitta:kd. To ft rte th* people there to
t jtor uon. An invigorating manure The discovery of Soap Suds as a roan who thus proffers himself lo be otherwise than as a t \.aches to.. "amt thus,withoot'
,iinccc'saiy but such a stimulus manure* is warthyof the considerationof the tool of an employer, and that rnilwjer the- charges made against conicikt*eue ttatai to adopt the eomtita"

ouldtiot beuily procured.VliiIc agriculturalists generally. In addition a supreme Jud r, and a chatrllor rat Jarksort.Parting t I of*ALItainM notation woiiki of the M twine hue T&T thought 1

tans+dcring ,shirk of the succedar.ea to the applications of it, pointed : sitting in his judicial capacity? respectfully, I! althftuch reacted i truly. lire Senate 2S apple-tu *J, Y ,
,rain my reach, had. the greatest proob out br Mr. Falconer I have used it Is! our reputations,- is our standing, is ledge again, sir, I must sum r'S I u,uttrkhtaiKl, be renewed iit' the llotue of
:\bk appearance of 'succeeding, it ucrurreth Wah some success in the preservation our lilwrty, to be placed at the dist, -i I to follow General Jack \ _ot" 'CAt ol as the bill shall paM in
i that possibly some tribal adraetase of cucumber incs from the hugs which sal of men who although armed was ilhrouzh the muddy rod I i,: w before them." V

l11 85lt be derived from the oil dtirimenlal to them. I also think unlimited authority, do not blush t> selected i again beg 1 1 I \.object 1'C' abulal.obefuretheenatelarinr the cixxLon of bout of comou- r

'w alkali fcuspended in the water of arashtngfits that water and musk melon vines descend to the low,mean dirty artific .tag his indecorous I i r% to act at Pen rcola and St Augustine ,
were immediately or- might be presetted from the bugs by a of the tyrants who, before them, hate what can I da ? .tack commencing in June and tern
drltd to bt made, and in thin the timely application of Suds. The advantages disgraced their age and country and tb "That you have the .;} the hat of Mar, 1523 to rtceiie n& '
cortcntm t( a tub, which m>' sen anteoaimittid of it arc not sufficientlyi not hesitate, vnblu.hinqly, to confnt "deny, that when you : &: 'all km!etaaoi,,weds right appeal 0
to the common the ditgracrful aUtb that mat.Ur. . poiaimcni at house, e jwLoarjr.o provision it made in the .
tI'uti; fIOII.. Puture cxperimrnis 1 am dis- my for other than punish cone*- #
carefully deposited ; a* J. C. Btonaugh, I shall hare not- ** not send for my book any grants,
s/\u'r. acre jHJfced tn helirte will stamp a value on and onkn if sure;. Sorfto }- h ,
',1Ini,1t fe'" lwJ washing oilier pitsw.n i it far beyond what! we at p.rsentcoa- ing to do. I hate nothing to say to "tontainILg the records of, are btrfurv rs far consideration though
duo and filled! ; so that the whole cite or anticipate. him. The part which he descended to sions and instructions." net certun that any pruru bra wilt be made
i the bell refutation of his tcsti- The is mad. I tlws n. It i. ptotMble, however, taut the t
a small protion c\epten, Has 1 i A COUNTRYMAN act man
iranka iuntr, .l.ctdon otclaurs of'
ins J.1j1ar
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I !
watered and enrichd I such thing. And I
in this manner been I moo any *UcnpUm aUo. rMsmtcd to them by the' ,
: thaI mull piotiun remain a \'ii. txtrntt YeU before I dismiss him, I cant "Iftil the whole of toent lo ** 1ltAvn.
t,,,' jfBMMKitMtion of the utility of this, >31Irom help observing* bek it was for .thai you are regardless ,.._._.... C.. I .. :......W'r' .
I 311tlf'. ThereeRcuiiou is Hill Ian slur /"e*",I. otrwtfianytiig the tleneral Jackson to have U.cw he trouble .and i i. this 1 do TCOROLOttlCAL JOURNAL '

pin jwhite 1 the residue of the garden, ,t frs.age of the 1'r.aJesr.t.0oantan. to direct that man to py strict at- .*have stated aaoih\r dcli* PmacflI Agri 1J to19th. '

aeht raUd by the Mid only antiualfjcxiubiu i i I .) Vrntton to our ton'-l"t ahGft. For the hood." Taeaa' aus. i'revan-M1R westtter.- ,

a luxuriance klmoM equal to General himself seems no bad band at .t. WIncS.. -
Judge I'nutenH /. the Srtntary .f 1' ? 9
fertile Doth T t
,If tiling; this ncighbuurhuotan recollecting. recollect very nearly -
: State.Pr.xsAroLA how n 70 1 s. t '. C1ourll.
produce | the same thing; except ever a*
the the Rtr. Sr/ilrm&rr 6, IS21.I which is 7&&i t" ,6 N. W. !.
/trwarif on above Ay to the word cats rttnuttft, replaced .
i9 TJ $.S. 'w. .
1'Aflfftfl. Falconer. : beg pardon,sir, for the scandalous, in Dr. Hronaugh letter by the 75r 11 76 S. W. Rairt a
I. The al>o\c important cxperimcn indecorous and disgusting scene which words .,.nf'7 j words, >>y the bye, of > 16 76 s. ).

tern perhaps remind the reader ()f thpniicq I] am now compelled to vpcn to your not exactly the same impost, if I undrr I 75 J 16 I 16 $. Eo ,
; .le ingredients of the oil compost view. Hut, sir, lttaunar enemy, stand any thing of the English lan f 75 .' 67 S. itE. I P

suggested by Dr. Hunter tlfl I like, the sw ine, which delight in nothing guage. The entire conformity in the .. t
York. In this simple fluid manure a< much as filth, has thought it convenient deposition of Dr. Dronaugh may. how-
IT h tan animal oil, and the name a!!-1 to seek a nfoge in the quagmire rice, originate from the circamstance rF !J.D1lr

Lh, but neither of them, .perhapis iu : of hillitigftgale abuse, shall I let go the of his having, as he says, copied not -S\\h\\\\\\ .\ \ \ -- :_ $
r1k .
10 t pure a state as in the manure with j! hold I hate of him ? No sir; covered written, no by no meant, copied the t---\ r
tb. addition uf fresh house dung. Th J ttith dirt it is true but nobly covered answer of General Jackson to me, a bo Mail brtMtfit, is*the | .
fresh hoise dung is added in older to I with dirt, which, coming in contact new mode to be sure in cur cosetryrbutwho (lbatttrato U* 2ilL rtS-.

prvcutc heat and fermentation ; aid ai! with such an enemy, I cannot protect knows, perhaps a nIT good one ted.lut front*r tW CAAwlrr National trw! iMtrN tantt u

itU\' of aiz mouths it supposed to btttaiy Mijvclf from, I will s'ill hold him, still fur a witness to refresh hi*memory. TW lUalrw t IUU was &>t
to make the compost fit drag him before the tribunal of his The next m tines* prodared by General 1.tprr+tntsbtcs b) a sole of ,

Ir it*;:. All, how e%e*, that seems to b(. countii* of his much injured couniry. Jackson is Mr. Kutledgr, to whose reM).letu..t r_..._._.... .
rt.n J b} the horse dung;, is the animal! Sir I must again beg pardon. I testimony, marked No. 4,1 bate already ,petilwn of the )U.wr a*! .\ l'tlrt or 1'ettstacola. '
('II. uluch ma) by united to the alkali ihudderatcntrringonthesubdrrt. nut ITfC'J1Td.ho can read Mr. Rat- I Aufp>r>tft piarn t.r the '
t'kfA ttn&n n>4>k fc*. hw -
cur:n, the progress of fermentation. I must i cannot help commenting ledge letter to General Jackson and (Mr UK ?m*lr-WT fear this "v"n from ItarSelry** \*,:. Rutm. ,' +.
aid the straw. which, in the fcrttienla upon every line, upon every word of not be struck with the hard struggle in the auto, of feiwUr pcu A 1tIU1"EJr S.; "
tibftqf the compost, wilt bind the mutt this most infamous documenu The the conscience of the honest young I hantitt c( .."... ? Shop Entrepn. 8 ds i from KeOrle ,
tjtrtthrr, and when decomposed on the letter runs thus : Sir, I hare this man'c are no such workings in The douse fA' ktpe+ .. ..pa*, ngers Jle ': llijlcy Gates
ground will afford a small supply of \egct.hlc moment received yourSd note f this the round statement of the first w itness.U .yet fwd fame to take ftp the 1 ,.1 WI"'n. '
H titer*ttj s.irsnc e w Utt IV d
y firom ?
tthr.1coi" 7
Constant days
matter. If we make the com "day. The first created my astonishment it true mat )Ir. lUtledgr states, 110 do. Ortean.4. '

p mon i strictly accurate on the oilier it is true ; but the second, royj I "that I endeatoml by adducing the Sloop Engineer. ONe J,from Mobile. 'Pas- ;
iiir, we may QJ ;.na, that in the Quit ft indignation and contempL Tor 1 peculiar circumstances under which I A nee A folr cJIrU the W'nt" iJctit Pgden and nurk of tMt

ninurc there must be an increase mid nol suppose, until your note now !4 the writ had been istaed,to offer something -'I Late been LMUC&etl. from the .-"...,-_.- -.'_',."..--Art'.U'-.,'._ "-..t.- -"."-4te1ll'L- -RIi-_- -.nd"
quantity of animal matter in the water before me furnished die conclusive'rietidrncr i I' cq..lcDt. to an apology for the k taei (St o &. the \ \ .
13. ; .\n -. Il.rsen, S fromNew
after it has been used for purpotif that you mere capable of! course 1 had pursued." Now, sir, 1 1---- tb tlHeiUvs Ship to Joo. &Jo*. C. Krjaer.days d
washing linen. stating) a wilful and deliberate false- do believe that Mr. Rutledge has stated : 19. chr. Caravan, W'tr,13 days from
The experiment then shears what i is "hod" what be candidly believed was the M It* tlwf Jilm lid it w* \.. Tort full limo tn Waterbnry,& Flnlev,
the advantage of the application ort What, sir! General Jackson, before i truth. Only )Ir. Itutkdge (and who, s..tJoa.IJ 1". Ifd. TIM. and the ater. la er)ft r% } Witcrb '' ?
\t oil and Ikali oiily, a* a manure, he received my second note did not I in his situation night not hate been i" tstratteil from U. New r rr an.1 t'mlfy. Ily the C. we bate rceuvH .
and perhaps the delay of 6 months ih that I and 1to Oaf, wr expect New York papers nine dada Liter1 than
wilful\ was capable f stating a similarly impressed ) make use of the aaiaw rao.t vt our stalers tltoKC received b, maiL '"
pfpwiin the compost would hot be and deliberate falsehood hat! word ./,*,.f? for the wordjiuryff.. SAII. D.
xc mj/etiMttd t by any superior rfiicacy sir what is my first letter which didilotCrrate II.. What Mr. Railedge alludes to, man TV rrfMKl e.fthe *< rlary 14. U. S. sclir. 1'orpoise, Ce\t. Com.
that may tt expected to arise; fasts the indignation and contempt that part of the contersation in which esprraLtutr. is a urn stie aid Rat act. with the ptue brjMarf,of Costoaf
the combination of the horse dung. I Ialw h. jf Cieneral Jackson, but wilful and General Jackson contended for the pnwtion of 1M subjret,sbewing in ctwipany,for New O kin,. a
from '' .hbtc aaanitnrwan os has .Wi> 15. Schr. E the
appear thaI drli1nrra'e falsehood
experiment, if the accusation bringing to the of an
governor bog ke"
the potrrrt ceorsoy to >:.. M. Antomu, t! &a.l't'e. tnc ans.
compost is a more useful tlucoterj contained against me in corral Jack- independent state, in which eau I frrelr rv crU tk "PCMM.of UM 17. !ichr. Aniatwla Maltinu, Campbell.. .
titan Dr. Uuntrr himsilf could justly 1 1infi'r sou'* first letter, be well fo *f4ed hit : confessed, that if CoL Callt had ir S j.ar. nawsstsitaadinC tW t".Pbtk 1ptW. .

/ fron his user limited cxpcricnc pftsuble, sir, that the man who, from brrn confined by a state authority, I that the troop arc better r>*.l. S1 Joop r.ilwel', ONeI, St. Marts. t
,f its effertl.I. : and hart co.hf9ft.Abl, sta airttt .
the of the conversation : "
beginning to ; should have had no right to issue the F .
This mixture of an oU and an alt the end, could have insisted upon his I writ ; but that in the present case, t weer r"t Co'Mrnl-lapt. Davis, at IIohne
.h has been more generally known ri has and duties of the confined General reports that l>. was beamed .OA tine 8th.
Ian ;; a* a jude I whether by the Captain I r.nXF.RAL W4I1L t. in aiicht of Cape .\ louio. [ruin the U. S.
adopted, ah a remedy against the : United States, could hate made the I or the Intmdant, or the Governor, \te {wtblMh the iBouig- .. r..rka.mixt, ahe liar-ny am sed tbrrr the
h i iect, which infe.t wall fruit tree*. cuncetkiont slated in General .n, anJ ac&M .Ir Iv the a
and trtf
or, or, or, or, still was confined by the morning e ptartil 8 pintt'cal "
It sill| detttjy the insects which hare son** first letter? and, lithe two Jack-I authority of a person deriving his powers fhe don* I brtt;by* tlf*bo honor M it in M boikann. had thaw crew* then in pome ato7i. shoat

ttfady' formed their nests and bred I meni* are irreconcileable, why, front the United Stales, and that t 1"t..lMr'w.rr t .I" m numtier. Tbt report is not at all fro pro.

ifton.it their leaves. "'Sarti used in I reading my first letter, did not CIcnrral in that case I bad a right ta interfere. I 'A" C.6ssy fdt in on point the jd of inet.tmc.wttti The s Enterprizeleft and had
W convoy
early part of the yea, it seems tofrrvcnttlie i Jackson pour upon me the whole fl. od Mr. Itutledgc farther slates" that IBase .1: (h""I.-.1I' .bys returned nor been heard r.f there op to the e ;
;itu'tts from s. haling. upon of his indignation and contempt No General Jackson dhtineily to ia* letter fa oi fneial ui \"' J the due of Donut) adilee s
them ; bu MMictHer by rendering the it was not until after he had read my 1 derstand, that 1 was determined not'to Enured sae, .j petnaamoft of 1
surface of the leaf disagreeable! to the fcccond l letter,that bethought me capable interfere, in future, with any of ike.. ..tla tic foHnvo.jf tats. ifs ktur tithe Editor of the firming. j
bo.liu Of three ,animals and thus re- of staling a wilful and deliberate' branches of his adm bi'tntioD." I{i antes ..II.-cwtd.| lo tin Post, d ted '

Pelting them or neutralizing the acid falftrhood. lo, it not then necessa-I Sir I hate said so many times hii j by-Ijnrd and Kf aiM-Cowri, eMrtled etK s-c.t .. "St. Dufnoa.olt'Y. lit F*". '
they dposite. and thus the nl fallow sir from Jackson ** Sr: -.'< s proof that this m the rrwvi depot teal
General *
prc"entt ) answer to General Ja kon, who, upon 'Trace*. A* I kno* jon gk fy
of the
most at sea, br
*fenu*f inn eontractin? into a necessary I own confession, that the facts stated in !, what ground God only knows* unless it ItawMfl j c. t is wusunahae Mr '' iruts property*, and where those ve.xt '
for their reception, I cannot pas 'ny finM letter to him are true; and if! be on the principle of the wolf in tie I'rt'r. I..bate,.thusgtst. 11M c gtMl'\tlt'qu pt.(not wrth-jundinj they de- t '
sr-M to det'rn>ine.One of the modes tulle, that the accusation against me.Hy I well known fable of the wolf and tie I I the i foKowia n m the fond round about Cub and JSUDonungo,) I
"by f
Which hit mixturindireetl', con- General Jackson mutt be a I will'I limas, has been complaining of tny interfering ti4toe, us a bLMtfc pap of tae l g kaTe to inform'you that the MMCOMT, !!- a
tri' I
the Hornet, fitted
captured out
trlto the fertility of the 'i, riot sir out of to whatit with Lit since was
groan respect yon sty authority ever "... this port br a Capt. -, and then called
*Ina y W by its drstructhm of the insects, i must !If. Let any honorable. friend I my arrival here,that I niter had sear *>5t. l bate taker the Tom-Tit, Lrmrl. the tf. S.tthr: J."Spalth. i
wch prey upon the plants. It is also,I of General Jackson himself fill up the I intended and never would interfere -jf owf.|rttt and uwluorUl(. '&after test sins'fur tome tlmtf i* the "
|f think to wood 'd to the lime wa- vacancy I hate left. with his authority, that, 1 due uy, -lent*, *Mia as to be .1. itt. u i the ashes and lime which Let u* proceeds "that yotr bare Mr. Rulledgr heard me say so again[-,. I Kate lrx* '. the Grand Cay coa to boat do-.and dun og ,
I1r. I time the command ahure
rortyth recommends to h e used done *o in your note of this evening I on that occasion. nat sir, Mr Kul-j i l-tItc aan.t .aLaahk and Uk" arrc'suitabte place far was that on ,looking the ,"

the removal) of insects. It U prr-I do assert." ledge is mistaken when be adds the.i 1 1--.t ettr JO"I left ate aa Uwtw awful bamaan.. r mutinied and swear tie first purpa officer fcto ,
Serble l to the lime water and the I had then not done so in my note of words In future, if he understands -pray Lost ta pat a long and sat: where be nnt-K hate ptrwhed If*om ,
::aoie lime loses its eauMieitr, and i tV.e morning otherwise why doe he these word as hating a reference to -to aLf M glurwouily dctUcd snore hetn\anrthaa the rest bail Wit gives. ,
Vth that its .LtpCuiicM U warkL** the bat,,with which? he reached the abore.'
efficacy by rxposurr to ; nut assert it likewise! the coarse I bad pursued in granting the < '
al1' crew of the Tooi-Tvt now tbe Xioaco.* ,
.aiid must consequently be freq wnt- **- and the enclosed certificates of the writ of habeas corpus in the case of London. Utfcb Uth.1777.TW T. the most dr pcrat v.ipjiiird ; lc to the dred wnff the leave Dr. J. C. Dronaugh, (who war directed Colonel Callata. I Wi.- m of & t&ts port I hate no time to enter more pas*
kl.i sh line dust or wood ashes f.c lime, by me to pay strict attention to our coa And here, sir, end the testimony red to, Mf atop; d"fr: into this subject, but .m a abort ,t i iJ
the e the tame effect is produced bj vcrsatlon) and sirs Railed ge, fully triumphantly produced by Gen. Jack I I -Ttsiua.toe'e pretence efa war ; 'shill bear farther from m. '

,mixture without the same labor prore.** son. I way Uc permitted here lo ask .. rasetearsflvpa aehrIV
Rid u obtained -tal&kt propmXatioe, N U I: Ta .Amencan cr, Kllruljfe, from 1
wUHoutrxpease. If any thing wa wanting to elJt why Mr. ttuiledge did Dot gate testimony tg ..
i fl'r.< '..swam to Havana, kaltoab.1eo Kc,s,1"
tine. Speechlcy, In his treatise on the lish the spirit of personal hostility tome as to the other heads of accim .b*<* kMtrd*H srtm as,IN all JvU crvt tavetL fiidll"U1aion in.t KM
published in 1796 bat timed this with which the whole of this basinets tion contained in General Jackson -peogtt.r.t. tla.A'ta K.ch th*"*arf e.liihe and pUcr, froia Charle Inntareit.h great success} but he ha wa undertaken and managed hy letier. )It. ftudetlge states that he tram bartiarM *and Mobile eerie Mved. Dug,Clitkw, HtwHcr
!P hcdit awkwardly and wastefully.''Gcnral' Jackson, is there not an ahtin was present at the whole of the centersalion. **ta IrwJom.. It ontbtAt Mkl,* Savannah bathid ta !tnrWui-Pnne. wi
iirdirtrtt U. to he ; should -eosc>wcd the Cilbnlt .). ow the Ahaen Keys the 18th January,crvir.
4r poured from lid, dant proof of his motive afforded in the Strange be of the atxed.POST""OFFICB.
out Of iadrdtlhat **.. war UI UM fto t; put carga
Uses a waterinj pot over both :4ihon6rabe confession he makes he, make no \ importantlie **iwdm*.IraJuttf to a ww gird -'R-
lisC and wall. br;innini; at the top t>f too, acting, at he says, in the highest of John ianeraritft of my having -had be.en roan qaed.ft NoTicif"
tale, and bringing It,on in.roursri possible judicial capirity,that Dr. J. confessed that kid acted bastUj, without SooU ban kept Ilse +
born K future the mail will arrive SttunUy
top to bottom N r. Sprechley Is C. Urwitugh was directed by him to due consideration, ud .wiiho *usil tie i sated providers ret' !; aU o'clock, P. 1L and done on at j -
> on Monday at
a "
the q :
firtt person who has thought of pay a strict attention to our conversation proper laformatioa at, la the facts of **amltbehush- *t 1 of the iRtfC; o'clackA., M. .
a'1p lirahCln TiHvnHtt'T lilt ? For what purpose" sir? To the case." "badgtteswsrtotheperwwis o. XTriforj&m p."M.likl .*-

,r."I.-itl, hasicta ionkouwu and tate the troth imptrtlilly f Why Sir. nhhow; i 31*'. RitWgc uay not -1/1 twa.i\lat.t : I' .

'rlttltd. t, 'f r, 'I{then, did ,he not give bit directions (o bout a.rrctiU. ,. attt&n ; althoagt. Le.,.afri ling ors the srr tI'a lo.ka lei- *. t

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INFORMATION' I H'ttt 17aiiddRstaaeblsC.riL; f OFTrEk' pealsaleyrs ftn-k. t l'. 1' Tl:-ll1, tb.t I nEELER

/> the :.W'ttr. q/1 lilt late army tjtct j I Peter A1bi flla uf/; s X as an Attonfjr a4 Co(rtHf- -*. rrHr: llklw par.tCU'Dt-! VILLI.

{',.,itd States t and oIlier etrs.tr ..AjnlnnZctto ; assert tolk ietreatit..iell"" ss : JL ,frre.awl fcihi aiht"reeejvetby

i. t1 Il/ifml. Jhunly f andt.fCT -Vii PM11ipsExcaltorof. Jos. PI U. tea, t Iban attersl tk courts r.f 'i fee jcJooe? flMter,'from, FhiIarfeI. fatthe fbt d t0 esamn'the ;

I lips dec'd.mod the naifeown kin otoseph niakdj, 'Fort Claiborne and Conecnkla propretor hssphd Mtion
\' Ail" the military bounty lauds a Marls now ope, ferexamumUoa
tttfrnJenli."TT the of Alabama.I ; mto L0T,, ends
PhiUTpt, state of ,
Mr. llaraiona Brick e>iae
t'a: the State> of lllioniif which were Store on the third of sn
of acre,
at the
that the defendants w Digest
an am about prepare month
}' appearing of
,patented o& or before Aug. I it, 1818 Beach. river and at the head of the ,
a X no inhabitants of this Province the Laws of the Suit of Alabama_ proof !
with for the F. It. NISBET fc Co. lifleeo
.ire chargeable:
4 a tax year Dy w "
On motion of the plaJntifTby his attor which are now in force Proposals I Penioocola.
Oct. tf
1871 ; and wilt bcttld fur tueh tar In 39! -
: et bert Ult enfrrrtf. That unless the said which will be shortly cir J.tfd. The Town in fOftkmp1adoa
b the month (ftray 7t.rUnltll the defendant do here cither JOHN H. CHAPLIN.Pentacola 'f\\t S4lI.E I point of bnd betwees the wiD
k appear personally I i titer t
sl.me'sh.tl have been before that IItIt
; paid before the is tfJQ watered on two aides the 'r.I
or by attorney, on or Aog. ri,7. I
Vfinrnpetktr f- PII.ETODCARnOft."t other
time. : b1 the
first day of the next April term of this *The Editors of the Cahawba, .i Bay The width ot'tfail .q ,
k AH the land ti V bah la the:north,to IpcciaJ order-vhi inubhr I U
it. military bounty la estate Court and answer that plaintiff petition Hnnutillc and Fort Claiborne paper, cakvkted for the convenience and comfort aboutof deMG ny the I &h tina a1I"'
of IHionis, patented on or before till be above three of a Ctttvtj welt N cambia Consecu and P t14 ot 4
an attorney appointed for are requested to invert the on a Journey as u an elegant f tribtrtar :"
August 1, 1819trAMiffirrffjfn.cludrt them in this cause. .!v ft I* fattier times, and forward their bills to this tter hborboort pleuorc earri pt:-composed ofthe I.I.riw. er side,ready for re-tbip1nent, w'
'. .i fie Tr//o/r,) are taxable nut ordered, That aconr of this order be office. best otatt ruk,tm l got up ta tAe fuse style of,pens and greater facilities th.a 1t bother ."
Ph&a' YCAK.Honnty. fashion sal fi,,W----Tocttk: ,-itl a complete, place on the Bay the
Inserted in the fond]an substantial and highly ornamented' hone this of the WMer u': lit
1'.i lands which; have: teen ir.Mby equip. put Bat affordinc ..
Given under ray und at Presiding ,: .l'nrm> ; "';u :J.DtlctrJf age,for a pWl--tlwi\lirc at this office.Jaocarf. safe harbor fox \: eJaat.u I
the sbldicr if sold tinter
t or palcntcr. Inrbcrorr'tbc i Justice of the Cociiy Court for the T HOKEKS aDd sworn intcrprctors, SfljCT.ll.Q'EllTllSU established by law at this place.> 'R"

t, "* > 1st if Auj become tataJt : County aforesaid, with I'eb. Ifttt.I J J translators, in Pcnsacola. Their I r operation In a few wee I., aada &slue
; thc name ;-if sold after the the of this ,
year map country rip
>. SHANNON. office U on the great sqaarct oppositethe >> 'M. that tonrfnes .!
of became taxable the through this
tat the
Aujf. they Copy Test old house place katettou,,, .'" n
government to the interior,will be 4
If. Micrceding year. JNO. )IILL1n. C. E. Co. Pmsacola._September 22. t f Person,wishing to 1llt'lwe n'1.consi ,.
The tax is one dollar akd arty ants Ito
Urackenrldge lit Call, plan are referred toJ.
I where the laud is LU.MHE1L
per quarter City n( FeruaeoU who af
Jittt/raryt forJatatd.I'cosacola Has received ofIrI.YT'Elt is duly "'"t
reasonably listed for taxation in the 1'eb.DOCTOR I1. -4t timber; just an assortment '! ma ke sale of a certain nuntber sSw k

t third' class If listed in the 2nd class, ._.--- --- SQUARE all descriptions ; GOODS: the proprietor on the:premia a, *rMCIIAIU.ES

: the tax h 32,40 and if listed in the ; imONAUGll Pickets ; Superfine: blue and Mack Cloth, Superfine 'IMbIIi__
January 21, 12m.
1I let dan, the tax: ic 83,20, per quarter associated with him in the SUbgtrs, kc. Tni and mUIt superfine mixed Sarinctt: ,.
ntt coeucon Verting, Unite fc
section per annum. of MEDICINE, John r. For Sale, by the subscriber. Mines and FlortfttUkc. Fcarnot and white Flan. a. 'iLl\5

4 Lands hereafter sold for iaxcs, maybe /;. /'>orZr<-*,tl. D. Their shop is next R. CL.XPP. n
F r redeemed within one year from the door to the Governor's OtKc, where Pmiacola An:'. 25tf do. line trnb IJnn. do.BrowndesCaeumereplairs ..iT LIt:

sale$ by paying the taxes and costs they will devote their time to professional THE SUBSCItlllfili---- I Shawta,des embroidered do. Oama.k do. his senicesto tie p

I. with an addition of SO per cent. business. tf I Ftjfarrd and Cotton lldkf's., Beater Glares.f"JL lie. Ills office is attathe4 it
F iCORGC CHURCHILL, Land ./- September -1--- -- AS taken the stand at the corner. llttcktkjn do. IjtdW!Silk do. Ribbons aworted" : i dwelling on the public _"
IL the late residence of the Cberule ford,Black and white Skhn, Bnde and the Iq1Illfti4"(.
...1 Nt,,', };daardrctllet JtHoitltt olfcrs his JESSE FERGUSON opposite Tapes lUack Silk Ita&dkercluef and firurrj immediate vicinity the'*'-}

sen ices, as such to all incite soldiers IalU1t11iSditllt :\\et"ctcrOJlflo.Ut' \\\\\\\, gtvcraor, where he Is now opening a,;, Cra.at.,Httk Umbrt IIa ,Ladiea Cotton and won November 26r.d
nnd others who own lands in that state. large and general assortment of the ktedStociings Mentl ck.white kmited halI --..
ills charge is only 5O c'cnts lot the Marlet, Mowing articles, tin Louse.Twat.and eokured Sewing: Silks Patent XTICE.

(quarter or half: section) for lUting per the "TII..L faithfully attend to any k". 100 Boxes window Glass,assorted, Thread,No H White and Black,No*. Thread. 'JIE firm of WYC11E

: lands for taxation, paying the tax, and 't sines entrusted to him. He 66 Kegs White Lead, ground in oil, DOMESTIC GOODS. I by consent of parties,FOSTEBWi
enclosing the official\ receipts: to the has on hand for sale low for Cash or 25 Do Spanish Brown, ground in oil, 44 Plaid (.inghann,54 do. do.oW !heck, Io. \Vychc has the fatal MttlemCftt or the *. lPennacola
34 do des: 44 Steam Loom .>.
COTTON 14 Do Yellow Ocre do do Shirting
l land Letters addressed TIIO.JryyCtiE
*, owner. post paid, do. do. do. Trtble Gill Pearl !
Ladies and gentlemen's Hoots anti U Do Venetian Red, do do Buttons Eo B.Po&nt:
to him as above, enclosing! S awlIWineda Crass do. Button)fouJdt, Sitter ,)Urch 32;1822.
dollars on any cfiarttrcd tjieetftoying' Shoes of ctery description.IJoyw 1 Hhd Paint Oil Tbimblf<,Knite arkl RAJOIS Smpcnden. Hcv j

bank in the U. States will) IMJ prompt 1 1J and Children do. 2 Rbls Spirits Turpentine, dr RMtde ClothipKCloth Dnnh s FUy' in;Can!', TIlE r
J Coarse Shoes for "II'fn. I Batref tamp OiV' CVtet.No Cotton Cards.Mcns and Boy,IUt.s SUBSCRHTNTENDINO

credited A great varirty ..f Hru lic I Harrtl Lampblack,r i.tads large suwrtment of Ladies and Children to move on the W alb

Combs of ctery descripUott. I Tierce Chalk, SHOES AND Jl month to his Store lately ereet i
will! pay the taxes and -olbrr chaises( HOOTS, town of Florida, informs those hn,
for two and leave small balance Playing Cards. 1 Do Whiting.An CcnttenHMM that will hung _
years, fin* Boot and Shoes Boys do. payment be made on
in favor of the land o"n Whatever A small assortment of Hard.'"are; a\tortncntof Dry Paints, do. do. CouUare UpanBUckin: <% Boxes of those indebted are requested to applicatioa.lI4 1CttJ.tIefr

'umt arc rrcehcd in addition to the and keeps constantly on hand JO Casks Nails, assorted, Cut and Choeotile, do. No*. 1 sad 2 Hwp. do.Sperm. pcctive accounts by note or otk..... 'lie ftt.

taxes and other charges actually paid, liiijuors tuuU nicer left wrought, CttiandTttllotrCuKlIem, Ncvt of Boxes Hanjp. stock of goats on. hand will benxxhtingttrms. sold.
lap and Club Area
fee of of Knives and Forks, pea and pocket do fuper'
and the annual agency 50 centsa all kinds. K. IL Tne GOODS trtfl be toldoo the zlla J.
lot, will be credited to the land ho!. 20 Uarrcli Iris Poliilnc( Scissors, Drawing Knives, Plane most rtuombk: terms.KTTAILORING. Moreh: 23-tf WTf*

tier, and applied to the payment of fu. For sale, if applied for immediately. Irons' Axes and Hachets, :: BUSINESS -

turr taxes. It is necessary for the '.1, 1821.-if. Locks: and Hinges assorted Afatfy tJtrcuttd at the eaovf fttacr.Peaaacob 'r 1\t11)o1\\\1"S lt e'WtH.

owner to inform the agent of his placeof Wood Screws Brads and Tacks, assorted ,Jamory 31-tfri" UTASstolenfrom the carriage boose rfifc'

residence, the date or his patent, or \NYDer. ltC't'SOli wishing to purchase t i John tnntrarityaboutthefirst offtb*.

deed, and the particular quarter section 1 the valuable privilege of a ferry finishes assorted, llEundcrsignrdAttornevat Law sty last,a pair of elegant HARNESS BRHMJI
township and range, in which his across the bay of Pctmrola from Pala- Saws, Hammers, Files and Rasps, JL will practice in all the Courts of -Dollars bit sand will mounting be of Qucn..JDctaI.; .ta

' i land tiu."lJdaU'. fox it reel to Naif Cove, may learn the assorted, West Florida. lie mar be found at his property, and ten given dollars for the fat rtstontwnrftke the

} ere dan! erou.."-If lands I terms by calling the sultscriberathi s Trace Chains Bed Cords, and chamber in Mr. Collins.llou l. the thief or twenty dollus for both.bcoraj rf

't' arc not seasonably listed in the third office. JOHN II. CHAPLIN, Cord Hops. J. C. MITCHELL. CL 3t BiIOOfi..

,, class, they are liable to be listed by the ScpL R-.tf .llto.Jflr the pr.hrletorIOl"1'UIt j And nod,, articles too numerousto September 1. -3-tf March 30, 1822. tr

: auditor in the I'cond or./?rat class, and iD\trt-call of which the subscriber

to be charged with a higher tax. Delays FOSTER, will dispose of on accommodating 1\tatkenrilae & gull,

may also SUhjea the land owner 'JfIAS resumed the practice orIE.* terms, for cash or country produce.! JTTOtttftES .IT J.4ir WASILL.HANNQM/:

to the payment or the costs of advertising E in Peusacola and wouldbe EbESEZERTERbURY.. "UX/ILL \" ILL practice LAW ia PCM.-.

i and sale. It is thfWfurc advisable happy to attend Ins former patients November 5-tf. 1 practice in the different TT )la. His Office is in one a4.r
T T Courts of West }
for all those concerned, to pay and his friend In general.Pmsaiola TO TilAVELLERS.rv the state of Alabama. Florida and Capt. Seville's house.

immediate attentiou to thfs itoiirc. .'cb. II.-.f Pensacola, Sept. 1.
HE subscriber, residing the 18 tf
--" on August -
Purchasers of lands
bounty arc fTmind- JL Point at the head of Yellow Water '
(.d. that withholding their deeds from t; e'Itttlulril Ur Cuubrcgfs.; "Letttt&
Bay informs bit friends and the boat or Stolen wJf
ResatiaeyinrlkPd oAceP
record will their -
,no longer
protect public that he has fitted up a House and I altafen sot iriM*three mmtW ,.....mt/I
lands from sale for still rJr.1.''n ..V.J7mV.lnrrii ox mitt amour 12rit
: taxes, as they or rite t? rr. -
necessary buildings for the reception GntnGl Put OJtciuJead tetter*
now be taxed in the names of the .LAND PATENT
lliIDTI' rnm and convenience of patentees or soldiers, wujevs. listed by !) "Itnt1a TriweVUrs Issued to Arthur Suter,No.22606 M near: clean and thus to the t Navy. ,

s their proper owner CLASS.SCHEME. reeoCeeted. Aba a new A.--J. Ap deby'E. R. Alberti,"'*fc J
Deeds of bounty lands, sent: to this to and from any of the States, and will Bandana Handkerchief new Apes, J. O. Andrews Jams Allen, BMM.!

agency, will be recorded, and returned] afford as comfortable accommodationsas Slate. Adams.Robert Allen.n. ,
I Grand capital prize If. M. CoL W.B llli Brackenrirfge.:
to tbe mart I for each a new settling can afford.
owner by 83 country
or loopoo i. $IOOPOO IT if \TniOr.VF.R Rods the abort artiete; and Bronaugh,Madme. Byrd, Mis. )( Dense C.
be paid in advance,) which sum will I ) the intention of the subscriber r r win bring them to roe,at the Quarters of BoehmS. Barton J. P.: Bannister Z;J.hit,

pay all expenses attending the recording tS/XX 2i/XX to have (as soon as possible) one the Musie. on the public square.shall receive TL *. Broadfoot 2, Jos. Baiie,Aus. y
except postage, which must in all 2 lO KW 2U/XX : forge schooner;rrd, Ferryboat the turn of five doOin\ and if the articles should Peter. Brown Warren ,*Jot*Bbdt*

t. casts he paid by the land holder.G. 5 5/KXt 25,000 sufficient to take In30 horses and lagare be sttkfk,th.sum of ten dollars will be given oo ford,Seborn Burch N. C. Bused l 4.
100 I 1,000 100/XK the eoatktoo the thief.r.ARDrSFJt: C.-Lieut.J. F.Curtic 9.t Ueut L X Cbi.-
CttuRciiiu. refers thos who may And two four oared boats with sails forthe J. C:
10 5 X) 5,000 FULLERTON, hers Thos. Colburn, Dr. C U Fiakr.
require ,testimonials or his character 105 100 10soo.16S00 accommodation of pU litttSrrom Musician of the 4th Rert.U. S. Int'j. Crawford M. CYomejin. 2; Write CWr,_C

for punctuality, to the following gentlemen the head of Yellow Water Bay tCll' D.hc Penti+tob, February U, 1m Cotton, E, (ampoclm9siagJ. vw
t- 13 2I4WO b. Campbell J. Chapman Ofiter CfIrL

k. William '.. Stone; [ Cliurles T\ni\ur? !>.-R. Dennis N, Dunn* S,Ban Mrs.Jt
__ __ ul' I r.1 41'rirrs.. C. CASSIN. Davis, E. Dnnkwatcr.r. Dicfca _ t ;" u oodruj and Catrile_ ,.and Daniel: 1 an. 3t76 Ulatak ST'uId. l.sDO D tic1ct 8500,000 November 26.-tf. HAS just rrceited per the schooner Amax C Dame. Wm. Doherty,Sir. -. ,
shaw NcYork.Mr. 1 1 : Sialvina,Aram New.York.;
F.-J. P. Fife Chs. Ewiag;L
Normand Smith, Hartford Ct. SIC,lort9 tt/irtfiirthn. F. X151VF.T & Co. Insets Prandv in pipes andbbts. F.-John FitxstmmoTu,3js! e Feryasa%

ltC'". 11. Crosncll New Hafen Ct. Prizes only to tc drawn. Not two HAVE RECEIVED, Jamaica Muni in' !uneheomand bbk1sonc Col. C. fisher,Jlrm. FUher
.Mr. ( Hacon blanks to a prire. On the 10th day tic imnriy bbb. O.-8. Goings, T. Coil;J.q. Gui1d,!;CtCUbert
corgc Philadelphia.Messrs. eta L4"& AattVkU, HoUind: t.m 'in 661.Chevy' .
will be in the wheel ,J. A. tKtodin, W.Gormlf,2.
Webster k Skinners, John deposited one prize AM 11.\\ r. run s.u.r.. Bounce Miperior quality, in boxes ofMADEIRA Hamilton J.D.Bal.s
of 11.-1. Havihnd. L. ;
$sooo the
lloardnian: :. P. llackus, and, K. k E. } on 15th day. one prize T/fR jot.t.oir/vG GOODS OM dozen tub t A.Hill,, 5,N>td dom HanlV.:'lIa1ND011tl-(
llokfbrd, Albany.E. of S5&K; on the 30th day,one prize of 23 Tkrren nA fcadf lie,"*Nt" &C, N1RT. Hunter,)'. llathawsr,J. JbrriJOn, .

t Peck k Co. Booksellers, ttothe.cr. .. $50OQ; on the 25th day, one prize of 20 10 1Ibd..llamas C:1f: Orleans S pr, \ & 5 i Very oU and utra'lMlitr.'ATUr.E. 1-J.'UDUarit,,T, C-Jenkins, ,/ |
\ N. Y. 810,000; on the 2ith day, one prize of n.t' Co4Ter J. Jackson 11.Johnson Junes "
30 Bbb New r tat CkMhen fritter
S25/KX aDdon the 50lh IfdI, a K.-J. Kerr, S. B. K i>gstont T.
CScn. W. L. Churchill, Batas a,N.Y.S. ; day, one I do t'1u1a&lph...Cia )Umtf etttrcd Tobacco CoL Wm. ,

U. Leonard Esq. Oswego, N. Y. prize of SIOO/WO*-Prizes subject to 30 da Apple Rmtdr, mean Urn.4Fattily .t" l ,-Mn.Rjng A Lear, Lieu. Lear.*3.. ;
tl' deduction :
Dr. Jon J. Prcndcrgatt, and Rcr. J. a fifteen per cent. Thirty 15 do 1"aagar. _mess lleef.superior quality i lore?,A Love, 3,John LairJt John
three dn.in The 3 Qf.e..it lVlMfVU Cheese Bullock .
'J' drawing about Dairy + Lincoln
Churchill, Winfield, Herkimer Co.- N.Y. the first week in November. 10 tU>U tod 15 half"&. Bttr.ect Air. 'mute Cor M. Lieut., 2. W. II.Minn 3, B. H.

t, r The Cat will be promptly ad tutted 2 Pipe*4lb proof CfTiuC Dramlr.S .... Blown anti Ground Liverpool SALT in H. K: Murray, 2; Wnv Slim, Ben.
E. Til n, Esq. P. M. New Lebanon 3 Casks Chht Nine. sacks of 4 and 3 busheb 1
1 c" t .. N. Y. for the rir at cither of I). GILULS- do M Uri.shetrysad dry ltabpi ,r-IH. Stpie whole and half boxes t t John MHiunncgle, Gco. Murraf '
M'DciuM Iklltchcn Jamtl
1. ,
Ma's United Statei Lturry OJiert cor- S Qt. do L PSO N5.ki.a sadTenetslfc, lUj-in quantities to suit JaneV '
7 A. Mack I..
Doubleday, Esq. Chenan "O o Point, .3, Many, J. In'A
N. Y. P nee of Helen and Gubicrno streets, Pen- Bout Cider a-.ttt'*.d Ale. MtwtarU ia bottles-London lI nuract .. M'Coll, C M'Rat W. Math ",,Jofca
I nacola, No. 137 U road way, New-York; 100!sets Lrstvpo.l cr--11.t.h. An invoke / Dotntilic Cede t con H. Murray. '
G. A. Worth 100
Esq. Cincinnati, Ohio. 1'otatoci,
Nn. 11 south third street Philadelphia 2J 'ull".r cif'C'bccks N. &0.-.1. P. .cwtORt Officers of
Mr. H. Deming printer, Louisville, Kryi" tW ami WtA Lrsd VoLi.W.
P. Alex. Art.
No. : FicWton,
182 Market
slrrrU Baltimore and 49 iWi w l> fcth Ctrrrm
vs Ky. f Ck**. Stripes: : L Parker,Mrs.:.Mum[ ,J, J.P f d.
: Mr. Chaunecy S. Ptyn Detroit. Pennsylvania AcnueWahingtor.City. TljfetArrtrUi mm t.rlt1l.fn-t'.rI..1I1 c/ DenemsFfcud : A. Painter P. PeiAse're.!

W. IL >Almond Esq. P M. Lttray, 'rS \ .\\\\\\' lattery, DRY GOODS. *tCbaabraJs I H.-J. Ramage.i$,N.),.)w .
land 4. Phd. RyA., Joa.ttamsey )
Va.Hugh Being under the authority of the United vie : Brown Shirting t RasJ. D.Rawyn N. !te.tn.E..

Alexander, .Esq. P. M. Baton Slates, and the Prizes all floatingas : 8upe1tane blar sad black London CJaW. Brown Sheetififi i S.-J Stratton, ... 3I. 9tUwef. :

t .llougc. La. specified, offers the greatest inducement glee. black sad fntMomUc ttbrd CUHONTCS: Bterched ditto .)f. Strong Mr. Suitv, P. II.SWelf; ;'

January 21,1822.2i I to Venders and Adtmturen. Orders Nu Btaakcta ind Itr tie CAnett from Havana t Smear A. Scot, Jl-lt. SaHct, Dr. S +

t : K7Printen: newfnapers through post paid, forwarded to the subscriber , T.. 44 tad W blown tXMMJtks,W and 44 Coffee,Whit and Brown Sugw ;arid MoIn N. Swancey. Wro. 'arc*.,!K.- DUthJ-t4'tae i iT
T -P. Toole TakrJ.
blcadicd 2r Yin
do-34 and 74 domestic lasrca ,,
the U. FUid.5-a t
> out ,States, by giving the above for tickets or chances, will receive u.d.44 O ub ncs 5-4 MIl 741 bed T".c1qo.44 .IlId store, TaiIer,b.'thonu.,t ''ft.Triplc it''
'. an Insertion in their respective papers, thankful and punctual attention Line CbreVs 1.. and 44 tmb LiM.RIMI'. ttmatif qf firmerImfltrMbn 2, II. TUrper% llisa J Tabnon, lolm.1tfF' r
will confer signal favor on the brave from L3bc. Cambric a nettd Limed 1)satask Tilde I nJ_ \p .J. Ualaet. :r.a
defenders of our country's rights and 1) Ull,1j'ES-r\E fIatLt. &.I Cambric)fll.t&d. Cambric ami&JKT WWlt1; \V.-m, W.WalkerJ D. iDlanvsWright Z '
New Orkaai Wi
Pits Uuseovsdo Sugary ,*7, F.G. Wal e1\t.4S Jo k
will, doubtless, of them trittMM% ]>&* CUotr% tc s WM
prevent many LosSvgr.. Double: refined sr.J.
i John S.W 1Aon. Thos 1Y'dktts"
r from losing their hard-earned bounty. he cull cgt" I" tAt United $1.u.f.r sad IA-t trML l black lkr do.Scsahw.,8atsM "pern and Uonkl Candle tilen ? L. Waters,* fr\cn WhitJc-1 J,WMr.
the Naraagrre.GILLKSPIE G Clatoea 1 eraser IS and 3lacatonit r, ..Anne Odwan4. W
ci pcm. t t.d anti coined ftorr Wearer-T. 1
+ ,
BAKERY.fflai terD. hat had the recta,54 and 64 Di ttvti, iKsvftl **'
% F.stipiUo h Gettns.. 11.u-bJ. alab'icLtct Lists dci 1st{ it Fr* *. ,
ubvcribcn hiring purchased tlie baking: pleasure of selling, and paying more itogtilllps. .k" ReetucterrNa.b It1fMIlA. fl ,
JL esUblishnurnt of )eun.T. WG\tbay* C4ftltd Pries,drawn from the whetisof .....and d"4 C.aibek GirtCeLIe do. Molasses"ine r D.-Frrderick bicalsc Jicque .t'DaAoladmn "
r : C.-Jou Ca dole .1k aaie7s7
Co.ilnPcncoU, respectfully inform tV citi 44 aad 64 u4 .
difrcrrnt Mall Boat McsJJa,4-1 and 3 .
Lotteries within ;
two .
Stores ., _Gaoup4
lens that they are now ready to famish them on years Lit toD6oa ; 2S isithWur i : > 'auhin -
,liberal term w1&Loat ; than any other vender of tickets ia America. scarlet: tmabrt 15ati28sad.., ud a trier tI green and, Cordage I Owrot IM% Mona. Cuirot j , .
fasey p.4.A.1J ,oI\\ ,
sail ? nt Cad The following are some or AN At5OR'TMt.ICT OF Dinner bcts fanheaYir.Cut Clw, and a li.Mkhetet.2, c.11O' .
Cavy them. CLASS ,rvnerml sworuaent of Dry GooU eon utu>jp of 34oa1. Prudhotnme,2: Moos.8e"cur.Y "
'" Crackers &c. k LIVERPOOL WARES. Cloth,.CasiaMits,DrittnfH BUSM SheetingB !*-* )-hoaaitur, F.dm y ,ltitnstref"aad, '
J prize liCSsoooo do.oC8W, .I UO, <' hkks (;taect.aLa.t.. CaHicors> ,and avariety ;
Thole tainm taking\jieir shad,win please 3 4o. JOpoo: 2 do. 2J.ooo 25 CcU vt ecJw.r utkles AQ of which will b* ola'.
applf at tirf BakchouBc,orat the tore of boa S3 69 Tlsntd1Cmdart Lisle Cirliu Efa 7
> '. 2 do. :opoo. doe 10pao old ww for Cash .Littered for Prxluce. 5
Aikknoa,at the Karbt. 30 Bds hsrs1 SLG'U. Ct rctuacob 3vtl C-"Lewf. Cor11I4Je (
14 do. spoo 2 do, poo Mart;,1821 "Y'''
Dno MiriaJUacaa!
t WALTER FAOAK& co. And a toyi SMOttsKki elf'TwiN aadi WAll duty < .. .
Pe MCO\a, Jmotry 21, 1822<-- -lf' 2.0 do. lpoo .- I Ql.br-. )t.-Mr.Pooehd: )tout tIMPORTANT
: > Desida.. Immense DlImbr-t or sgtap Pcn 1ccda,ltae1;4 .. ,,\\as,,tttlctt: & .11\\11 r.4IrilA.Putta
'-. -: 1t1XTL"t tic pi itn.- ,' I et LWi-c" T/-Doatogrt, ToriI.-d; J ""i 'L M I

'Mttty; exeetned at ttlt'Office* \J'ntla.cbla.. 33d OCL j' .\.uk.t.+ S1te, For sate. ktthU*Office Apfjt. li e", >, fUnfi6uvsP'I c.t.tt tr

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