Title: The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: May 4, 1822
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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rrL'."" rrttvV : Wakatuauf creek is fifteen mile to wbrn it "_1121 to slope array 4o the hating had occasion to haul it over any cessions the tribunals of justice will
NinOI.A| t 1'CSST.\U. .+Kcto the southward of that of the Su.111ft". sotttb *h4 itii-wrsi. spreadiae oceai Milage.[ It is to be regretted that the soon be crowded with Contending
u cs uWppiKto ltt'u't'ullm1n-tt thi ahynce.hGntinus tl cntin) of Uic .Kditors The entrances to buth *ireairrr .nally into small li.-. >* far as a man w ho is now at the Mosquito settlement parties on these points ; which addedto
up to the ..U.Jtp1it'aLttn.' f:1I' THI rw mw %,n"b1 Mae. I and mash islands farming olittrvc the pettttrsala, in wbid> it undoubtedly I examined here, previous to the making will long produce confusion. It was a
'lJftllJlanicct *.W the ad,'.nc* pa),mini or the i tiont to the adtntftftibn craft drawing takes its r mrse.lbe up this report. Should tbe represrnUtions principle with'thr Spanish government
p.*r mill not before''!. I more then three or four feet of vater.Ttt lacwl. .ntb* n..tdn Juf St.JoKnS prove lobe correct, the advantages there to grant lauds indiscriminately
-- j I count is parallel to tbcb.*.".. Hhrr, ah h.wtiMH 'a sWantn or all to be derived ate incalculable. to all applicants under certain eondi-1
c. tr.N. . tt1. 1 I The principal chararierof tk' U ilhlacuchy q.vlilirs tcMwltt tai*ta hail m mite Tbe attrntfcn IN government will lions, which,if complied with, entitled
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-- F.u i&P .f Dt0 d t"AtMlrL-. or Drep Creek is ibe addition ,,dC'. IlrbitiJ this stN are fine lands ft* doubt be 'ImmrrBitcIy directed towards the grantee at the expiration of a given
: it ircri es frttm an imnirnv spring both brtwrrti the M Johns and Ala- obtaining a more detailed and period, to Royal Titles. Hut,latterly
TilEIlARE: AND CURIOUS. i hear one hundred feet in diameter, tis- chum, and font thai riterht.J hat.)'0 circumstantial acount. when grants were made for military .,

..wo n.,, on M ir. fcTVirtV C.ft1l".L" i iug (from a blue limestone basin, awl the narrow hmm ks and swamps that The general character of Florida and civil services, the concession wa,
I forming ht over a bruad cbanne 'i lit''itklacuchy tun parlb to.and at a small disumr lanais is light and sandy and they are immediate, and the royal titles follow.
W..QUt. eMU h(* *e*, rtitltiutt oar fart \\ heads' Liar kraa. The cd .
I hear dhiding from the AtiaatK tw l"rmilr not capable of !sustaining a continual without conditions. A raclee.
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W'it\ .at t11%.t hnttk.l< romtulnan 11irtiIJ v' ttlf"a u)tx- .flit I ridge of the waters of tin AUahtkOcean swamp, ami a few reins af #*xl MMrceion ofcxhuting crop There with the grantee of the land, chosen "
nh, kaitaerr roan'-.\ ai.iU .*dtOCl,1te \a. and the tiulf of Mexico. The land, on the large *' _t ry crrrks on air dbvhilcsi many spot scattered or pointed out proved to be bad, was M
'. . . . . Alafaga Creek is the lead water of earls side of tie ricer, are exceptioes. throng the country fit for the heaviest to report to the Governor that the lands
WorU .'atd.the gadder a". a .rill Tampa Hay, and brandbes into two art C'.la"r the bead sal annas of culture, but the rice hammocks, which were already occupied,and as the grant, s
:! tlic llcfiut nffUM till woman( .n kdL I anus beading in rich lands. It has a llawrs*creeks. The Dir; plains the constitute the main bory! of good land, once issued, always held good againstthe
, I. second outlet called AHglr crrvk. hammocks Aid swamps of l'lilo Creek, have their clay foundations too deep; government, to be located elsewhere -
'(br,11%' tarn that in my r.calkrl'r nIle The Oaklawaha nver is a tributary N wit h Kitrrand (mamma rrrk,aft 'eryf and the heavy grow tit of timbrr,which than the specified spot, if necessary ,
| +r suwif rf|(inert & HrfJ t r Mirriigr, an to the Su Johns, and ninstai llel toil, ood Mash and convenient to the mar ,t.ado"lIt..m.would augment the upi- ,a new concession was made,without
(tt.and ttdtotinand of. Ute Vctxt emptying th.rein a few mile to the ket. To tae Southward of ht. Augustine ul necessary to be laid out in bringingthem calling in the former one, which
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tii'f td*"*."in fact it don't s'\ much to msr.) in its whole coarse, through a fresh swamp are found on time margin Of Mat not afterwards support. On a close i tion on the ground of most of ths
ffcarfi)wt )." *** Ililtrs*. snd M-wn*. .''mltd' marsh of wss |dcrblc wftilh, ,'. is .nz s, UK fat, Mosquito and Indian view of the River Swamps and fresh I tracts also made numbers suppose thai
.Mt dl".ap fi-4"tI their .pwwe yw nwb supposed tv lw goed suarlattd. Could rttrrs ur lgwon, and upon the creeks marches whose soil is undoubtedly al- tracts of land previously granted were
.xi"\; 111,., tm pl. t T tIC assured of L rj%ng his th. l empty trots thno. Ik t wren thcM. fBOiMSh.Q"d...,it appears that theyare vacant, and accordingly present ap.
.bt.art klaat I "L".In\II.h 1 .. I I and dry, there h ho doubt of the fact. Johns and Oakl.wahathe whole face of but a few inches, if at all, above the *>licatiun for them. Indeed it may
,t\t''ft'.Mt Jt \..'.wi Hut tlte' cencanrut rirevnmanee* iaramrrr- tbr Un is ba-. The poorest scrub level of the ordinary waters, which be asserted as a positive fact that not i;
',dlL a ndln dams.J'k tt".e.L ,Sure a xis p o itiofu that hostel is > awl bay-fpaU air spread user It. Near though banked out, would from the more than one half of all the grants '
.,tJt\\.,' l."c'I' I I It ravtic'. Onrtigr!. Creek; isa the mouth of Oak'ia"aha river, bowrv 'porous nature of the soil exude through have ever been surveyed. Where the
C lit -r Irtiil tAt WMIIWMIC djt.dIftt main bnmchof tiwOi tfc **ta* This rr. ei"t some ;wrd hammocks. Irom 'beneath,and the lands he covered without chain has been carried on the ground,
ttt.+,":,tan. cd1.btlft .,"1# tnnndtt1'lA r r. c tvrk draim Orange Lake,|ttln whir h : the head of this riser to Lake Valdrz the means of carrying away the not more than one or two or three lines .
"hc< ttnn ..'tt ...".. t If water&* C MWHM :iti Mtb.'.*. ,*uun r ofihr Oklaw.. refine tOTam.pa as on the Mivkitppi. the fourth line is almost invariably an I
It. ('hal1i B C a ..If Uw mm.tiwrladMtn liar, thrdiidinintlsnrishiibtb4rartrtized Under this abstract view then it is In open one. Many persons have beenin
Iitlu'r. .,r t4T xr. ar. ti.Th' gtrat at.. It i* bowrtrr 1 by the same-featuri'awith the :be inferred thai few large sugar plan the habit of mounting their horses,
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Ads. J.ke; to""U.e.".*' alt' 'Ivntiutaa1ate.fltdlMr a ffMttkalfircotttutunkatiim '.Mlbrr pans; thai tucks &pf rannscdrtarlird tartons can br eMaMhhfd without eon* *ml with a hatchet blazing for themselves .
1M m.jrti"j.!and tcun k, I' thiv means from the Afcefcut leniioiy farmed by a flint n rhiis* enveloped I Georgia planters have raised the cane up by the certain assertion, that not
A sg. Qt j"M/4' g l.ag IsfLMat. >tNv 'PYM. In aft the acjoumis wWdi Late ippcared j in a statr of decom|.ii on with appear ..IIhe- crop is uncertain in a dry seat have had a proper location,
'III. .ireetiag the |mri toha if I atirrs of lime. '1 hr hickory scrub is t. and the lands require rest. To or could ever be found by any one who
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to curl 5e Uir* dl ratj' Ind kMe .1MtItt1.: ilast I'luriaa, it fca* tNrett.+lgtrtantrry in tinny places Mused with the piwfrrf adopt this Af rr, more of the Iud must had ever been on the land before. To
III. aria prime remark ifcaf Ac river :t. >w"h.which are in (affrtiaxa hntkati be cleared and a succession of fieldsbe disentangle this perhaps a resurvey of )
O 4"'nn3n'! cJi .onwui1 a hettseekauorfat. Johns was the nsMl |inyMhjiJ. ._". .s of Kood cotton land ; the soil turning tff'att'd. This requires a large the whole country will he necessary.
|tax au Aiunl, but 4t twin a CJKClM .. 'The obuers adieu. BHMM he 'f rratrd.I Up a drop Jtllow ."cL tract of I land, and it must be observed ily sectioning: all lauds on the Eastern
If" 1'414./4. 'hat majesiic duet.f waAor,occ }ty:BKtvRtarlaMc Tie disdmag ti Jr appears to be that rtcrpt in a very few places bodiesof side of the Indian boundary, a complete
r __ _, to- -.. _'' "t' a place old UN snifi, timersraraace very irrrKwUr in its elevation. At soil fit for sugar are seldom lobe lopograhicat will be obtained, upon
Tit,. 150 VI'ON ns"T. .; .r the cksi ,, kac..rw limrs it s< aCc rises but isto small undataton found of more than two or three hundred which all old linn will appear, and '
CAST rLUUIDA.We bs tug 110 \r4. d die ttiaijusa rerstKTVwth *. ;\other plaits it is reprertird acres in extent without purchasing the real claims be brought forward to "%
of tiber dotWw k4 hanks, as Siring three hundred fret above a large tract upon the water courses the beat advantage ; while a vast source '
:1.1 C indebted ta &ti i-sitemejl cor- "rtr it at 4JIICe to tile rje b r, ttc Intel the level _.f the nri bbortig plains ; it and bring conrquentlscncumbcrrd } of trouble will be saved to the public
1'll'utlchut, who c kind otfic;silt this i err the ihiparUMMae it by ail roar br om handrrd.nd ifty. It spreads with immense tracts of waste pinelands departments. .
rtaett; wc itrt I ol'1.t".t had 'C-a1i1U to i M t hers, Ilithru its MMma fci% been and sinks as it appnMrhcstbe ease sar brhind. In those parts where In concluding this report, it is muchto
a..uualm'd s far a ktfpjr of it (suit' 3,u ,dt trrmisNnl, and t&NM&b H te nut fKjUUiU'd .nn*" in which tee riser St. Johns the requisite quantity of land can be be regretted that the disappointment 3
tl..I: b) 4n fjtpcrivtKCct. ..ur '.yur idc.ntCE J ta this .jiecl tat ita%a prMrUy takrs its riMf r from the same fiat easily: procured, the distance from water in not m'ctingthe Indians has prevent ,
tu uc. tul'.n) a lsrujt' ud that the desired diwwvrrjr has priries the ('o1.%ahair takes its carriage is in general too remotr ett a much greater detail of information )
n.l <>f u part oi I'..u 1'lurid*. '}*'' n m dt% yet the catty.ufflfM trsitSMOrjr .".. This is also called Mangier Hut though Florida presents no field being procured upon the geography
h .af %" Oise who ka,p f>elfa ed the and ItillsborowKh Hirer Thedittanrr.a to tempt the torjr *.f'//r.ffr. it U of the Moridas ; and although it will
1tLI'ItT, itttri ur, .trt but lithe inalit .ma taw vr\rllrd. from the ht. John to the certain thai if the cane be adopted on hr soon obtained, it was peculiarly '
!% ct'fJtn/afll'l'u- .JuI' iff t'' 1'l.r drt. ''nu.tllh, we find Ar Iftef is J.l slimly asks i but probably much lrs%' of cultivators, as are in the count should be transmitted in the
The part of Kan lurida treated tif i j i dcolf. 18 ... uortli,viHt twelve t"j in a direct line.Tbesv habit nf raising Cotton in Carolina*I shortest possible time to the
iu link tc,,uvt, ik-cxhitntcC in the 4<*- !a.k'f on the bar at fwtimrj" falls are Merely rapids over a ttrorgia and Alabama, their labour authorities. It is hop Jonrr.mtntal
Ci.nipanyinj; map, uhkh stetuI5.Ullly ilhc d ounce tetwe *i At t hid of rocks similar '. thoe fbuad would be amply repaid, and a sourer of I ever that a sufficient internet ;
fiwtiT, tinCicoi ju line to 27 1-2 tlrgtvr'.|x.ints of Uttd it oi to alt. The faUn |anion; the "iII They may be cimsidrrrd wealth ht'tJpt'Mih provided,thai in the(fr-uitrd to induce further
nl north latitude, jitid must twconsider- : markable jilace is Ktmfef**Hint .x j as the head of nav'iKtiio of that fits instance the public or some aprited be extended to the Southern extremityof
ta a<> Iu+'rdy] copulated to tniiaft' a I.nacfrutn the miraacr, wl the right ? sirs a. The grrat noising place br individuals mublish n some central the peninsula. The anxiety prevailing ;
zi.tal df tc of curixMiiCkt to the ex- lunk.-it is about t..'.r.highs,i the Indians their banting groaads at and eligible points, Sugar Mills through the whole Union to obtain
i..g ititak upon the geography of the w ith a table land fir .. JtI'Cc.tlting the MHitHwanl, is a little abase the f Hs. and Distilleries to receive the small satisfactory accounts of the soil, and
tuuuiry : All to lite: fcouthward of thai 's an eligible site liar a UKVH.H The lands Oft the ('ooIa,ah1ie are of crops precisely on the same principle advantages of this new acquisition,
\".tud<, is. uiily known by vague report* hich it is the iate,$t$* middling quality, except towards the thai Cotton Gins and Rice Milts existin claims some attention and in presenting -
ii.4. uin tc'a accuutiU, utidiiuaUetliplHi twr to lay out. mouth in Tampa Hay, where the ham, the Southern States.This would,it these papersto the India.n.Uepart,9
< .? ji* uu.ic (sere to .t.ll' otitcrvmiunsor < The Co"..r rd, or paM Sc )Xithcb mock land is sere luxuriant. The 2s presumed, augment the population ment, it is a matter: of concern that so +;
t/4ZA.u vonjct-tujts IIJGIl its Tea* tw' tut j ,,uttlted by its n. ibe s, betttfIK upwards from the falls oftLe Cofttasa- try sooner and better than any other present which circumstances allow tote
J; ikirrtattily a rc-maikabk cirowm- 'ely 1000 yards actors,'titr ttia; hat;. mien all further progress ap- modr. laid before it. '
t: bi.U pi%>..hI li' a &uiiiary in.u<.cvi a ith the otJicr reaches of ,tin HWKMM, pears to be slopped by an immense red The frail culture in every branch I .lugutttnt.. Dee. 17, 1821.
4 sip i the utl.urtlf :hc wuild, that a wr p whir h are very Th hlffi isad, .and cvprtss swamp, extending like will in time becomegrneral in Florida. ---- c
I \''iuvy Hl.ich had lUdtlo l adikitTMti laid out by Ac IlritUh, a kirpt tij ae a barrier arrows the peninsttla. Xo positirr Rut although highly eligible, and rrr CONGRESSIONAL.Kcport .
cc Inc path of ctiili.iittoit, should' liicm, and stitl ul&ftS. 'tlis rW, information has brrn procured re- tiimly lucrative, it will require the success -- -
twc rct.tjgrydcd as this Ida done, and c.n,sM*% Irtrre. The line of tile rivrr, sprriing it. Hut alt accounts tend to of a few spirited capitalists to give! on Navigation Laws.
L.%" Inc vUk .. %ivi a u-ildertuk its which tuns far hat born pcrpeadiralar I s'tewr that it is nrrrssary to cross the the lone to the general opinion on this In Senate of the trutcii SUtcs,March 1.5,182 y
a. UMU its pnmiuxcfcUte. Iht "'nj- to the bead-f die ci iast, OQW sttddcnly ''cOUR'ry. tu..rrp class down to the brad. The necessity also of waiting Mr. King of New York, from the
rtnc, ; it.Ilui-n of the ol )itiuh ss- furors a right angle; b cwHrg paralleltitctfto Atlantic coast, iu order to penetrate four or five years before returns upon Committee on Foreign Relations,
t.l! of "C. iumnu-. I".r..l" O.elI.. ; and for the nrit thirty,or forty 11 southwardly.Tbr the principal can he made, will deter the following presented
'\\1 :i.s; tk t,: \i\ Jittiu-rtv tatting 'h mil s aiUttr into a suupesqpdti u lakes, chain of Islands from St.Mary's many from attending this Import.nt
1.r..ht ar-uu.>d,k 'lor lofty rears >rc\,'i4t- less thou three and REPORT :
] or drip bays,he\CI' Some tar Ht. Johns Riser, bate an inland branch. '
ilc',I'.' Udl.&i..t .c1\"ii..t&grs the nOli- s.,mimttcs. exceeding 'tis. haslet in boat.ri oft between them and These observations upon the nature The Committee on Foreign Relations
( fl,'1111 ;,t Ittt; uUI'fJ\\d, or the antr- IS.,.ad in. At tine "fthewidkMAartsta :she m.M land. This is interrupted at of the culture are perhaps improperly toavhom were'referrtd the : e- w
t;1.\Cti II vfl'c1., Iris milrv alww the Cow ihd, U the I'*IIq '' which does not meet the introduced into a tt'OJr.apbical"'port,: morial: of Applcby,and others, of the
U. .Hcta (ir'fr ri'i i :nth the .\Iad.'a m'.uth of U.k-Cirrk, nafahk fif-|I brad c.f North River. Hut an artificial but they force thrtqselves upon the,. Colleton District, S..uth Carolina, and
trm.\s! on tBit 'auf'..1 and ottth, andutVs a-.'n milrs fur lar,e tcfrfcdU* to the !!bantu might be constructed North minds of all who traverse the wilds of to the Resolutions of the Chamber of n
I :!"' ">t. Jv.'iu and SUVJIIHVUU fud.t the old HaenaVilla station filter empties into the harbor of St. this singular peninsula. It may be Commute of the City of Baltimore,
I r y' .n u['Iot. t... 'iUMI'. is a1'lust tau: tier befi.to wind HKV&ches; its t-: Augustine, where 'ht"ttiDJbb..U observed that as far as the country hasten pray ing Tor the repeal of the laws.clos-
1m: ,.tart it:. t of/""" ''jAft41, ""*'liClot' !' ;t-iKrat direction bent; still parallelto Ktfrrr, the communication rxteadspast explored, it appears be perfectly -, ing the ports of the United States
/ fl1' is i II k.a !tit !., ,;' pond and salaui.s the Kcan. lime Alachua ferry 4_ 1I :1 I lie inlets of that name to the bead of I firart.tlt for the movement of large i against British vessels employed in the
!: a--; tpi'mmmL1d'. .th iiinuMifiai i''only one- mile across. lbr stteamafa the %trr.m. Again an interruption bodies of troops_ tlxecpting. the low I trade between. e United. _States _and s
*i tlnti:I i l.au.ntM land J Jtutair. 1 immediateneighborhood the British Colonies in the u est Indies, "
*,ou and ter passing the Drill's !JMio ', widens occurs for t.etttfor thirty milrs,to the prairie grounds in the
:rout: p.I'.t! .\"h"u: .a\'atml< again, and receives by several mouths'brad of M.jito north I goon, or of the rivers it may, inmost re What: r
Uud many : i, aft auc uf.u- the waters of Uunnl.ake.. Passing i II Halifax River, where navigation re- seasons} be traversed dry and referring to the period between */
c''lur! 'IUti.ilr bi-ftKu-s the aranna UulT-lo Uluffk its character is slightir I i commences* extends past Mt.wjuitoin- there are few Spot where good firewood the completion of the revolution and r.
u\marhr ",it., are at leafcl fir endued by a chain of swamp islands of Iri to the bottom of the South lagoon, and water cannot be readily the adoption of the constitution,it cannot .-
It 1.I rv t.l\t! > amount. ne cull thtimcef"alntlaita ;; wh< .h Hartram makers mention and ,which is several miles wide : here Is a found. The woods are open, and be doubted that the embarrassments
< its K' m-ral continuini r'ery accurately describes in the third chapj I por-Ugeof less than half a mile,funntcr- I where the paths cross the hammocks, of the agriculture, trade, and navigation
iu..i. .I fa 4% Tampa Iiay, baring .< :J j ol his tract Is.At I| ly much frequented, and still occasionally it is always in the shortest possible di- of the several states were truly' "
*," <-*',on of Lit"t itatnmock, o-k and the mouth of the Oaklawaha the used to transport boats of all sites rection.An ,,ascribed to the want of power in Congress
n 'turn m, cf witu iliac lands. Thi 'rifer expands into a little lake and conuuues into the River Ifs, or Indian River, inspection of the Map will point I. to make adequate laws for their a
*lll.t i" rr/n/y the ht n jet cXIlurtd. in that character to Lake(;curgr, wbicbis dilated at this poi.t into a out where the opposite water courses encouragement and protection ; and no 1 1i ,
Uldil.. J.sUc an.! its waters arc whose entrance is covered by Drayton Deep Ray bf several mile extent and approximate nearest to each other. i motive in favor of the adoption of the
.dOlbdIt"" hammock and orange Island. After crohking this beautiful continues immensely wide down to its Taking into consideration, the opening Constitution, *as more strongly or .I
,am mez. Thc tuin branch of the Su.agree piece of wfcUr, which is about twcltci inlet, receiving St. Sebastian River in of a dirrct'communicatienlinc to New. more generally felt than the opinion, t
rises i in'il'r.r'. ia, under the drcflhe i miles in l length and right or nine in,j its way.j Orleans it it probable that the most ,I that the vesting of poVcr Irt Congressto
s..;n Uifm A. JJaha. The lauds. j breadth, the Jit. Johns may be tightly :j The large exunt betvero the Sa- eligible would be a steam-boat com, regulate trade, would serve to pio-
In each .:dc f,(ua the St. John's and Oak- mote the welfare and prosperity of the
rUt'r are 'iod and designated as a river. It recrites saner and the Riser St. Marks Uas munication up f
t' *( < ) cam,sd'.t'aUlr' rxlcnt. Tlurct '' S ring Garden and Alexander's Creek" )rt unknown except by report. I t may lawaha fivers as far is Solanor's ferry'i i union. '
-t :-i-'iN Alas fuundatiun than in thence across a fine dry pine land I I The new government, under the constitution
many that drain the pine lands on the cast be proper to state a circumstance open .
tIU'h; tw h.n.nlod. I{and west. j which is asserted to be a fact, amid country to the head of navigation on very soon experienced the influence J
.J'II" ',ntafc* or SAntaOy, maw of in i I For the next fifty miles its course is though no ftf/enquiry bas jet been WithUcuchy Creek, whose bar admits created by the extraordinary .
t:f; .v'v trramk, ti remarkable fur 1 crooked rather more water than the Suwanee,changes that were taking place in
cry ,though the general dircc-t made into its veracity, there is dual tan *,
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I; \ .' into thr mith, and after a suts! bun is to the siuth east. At first it less approximation of troth in ft. the distance to be travelled by land France, and which, in U.e sequel, engaged
t'" r<< :11 p.*\t*;<* of tu-o miles apjuaron -I! mrr.drrs through extrusive fresh 1 I A sailor who had been wrecked near would scarcely exceed thirty Eve all Europe in arms.
2,:..: *.Iil IV; ma-face. The pata a meadows or marshes dotted with islets Charlotte harbour m tbe western coast miles. War between the great maratirne-
1>',.,* 1* rM thr Natural Ur-id.rt. of oran, and live oak growth. The i Florida, procured from aWall tribe Almost every acre of (owl land to powers Invariably produces temporary 1.
,bt.ter merino the Cast of the Indian boundary line, relaxations of their laws respecting the r
dnrribt'd
L. II by bunks soon resume their stalely tSm-!of the Cbotiatrs w bo iebabit that part.
t./.".."*,'. is """ ::1! tuiotrn, and urtcral brit to Lake Valdez, orLong Lake, at i a canoe, with which be ascended the has not only been granted away,but nu- trade and navigation of foreign nations The, j
territories.
;r'' to f j, 1. St"", Hh'cor ill whose northern extremity the riser it liter called Romas, in most of the meroas claims exist to the tame tracts. with their respective ,
t It'' tanHi nf From the loose moCe adopted by the suspension of these laws, and especially ('
a.. tame SU"'ilLnf'e.'C" rJ.i fordable for cattle in dry srisons. I charts and krepiajthe main channelof .r-
: the
't.t t" tH.nd A Merrit's Indian Spanish government in according conT of such of them as regulated colonial '
ti r, .t"f cuurst At the parallel of Island, in the streams cane into lagoonby trade had the effect of giving to
.1 i .. p <'tl:' f i I"t. (}Lrfinr-! ; !u kl.l'' ". 'Use mouth of the I| m that lagnon.right or ten miles,I which he had paddled, viihott once % Abehn country .Arr,l w Io'Grant the agriculture, trade and navigation,

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,. and from these dr.I -- the public stages which trite on a as r..pur.ht: : ,lor the production
'JI' the Ln.u':J V..tc: ". il oUS 1tIUf.:es.t Liverpool, places URNEHAl -r !s-r-OFFICE.:. of
, tried I Js Jamaica and u post road, and all passenger who are fru.ibOr'thc earths the the
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would h. t'.' be *i 1 given to them : in English %e* form- }
of fit- trade that ,. nuM '[ .- conveyed in steam, or other regular rlukntitr raised from the rtfluisite nil ht C\
J:' j sfHtc m 'In-dies. Lrtrrr jro* ** /*. asst aster (:""ral. boats vessels from* letters land of aIl4
or carrying tbosc'r
trey
rat''I' fir in bast;* tju' r-qnal and tvcipro .. war natga orv ,. ? 'pc
".al beiHits nr all nation ;jtHin and ira The '.fun.lith.ator neutrality that wa :1 to iaerewMv, and the value of rF.*.ethv 33, 152.S1rComfotnahlr and relate to thrjr own concerns ; much exceeded hat: of any formTt

actcilt"tl hy the I'nited States durinqthe 'our export* rwaseAi that of our im to the direction and subjecting alt such letters as are year. ,

tiaras of *th.' Trench rrolitioti| e- ports. of a resolution *f He House of llrprc- conveyed by a passenger, driver, or From these considerations the
cured tocvcry commercial Italian l rne- In countries of gieat extent, and tentative, passed the 24tfc of January. ''owner,when delivered into a pnsvtlice. mittee have the pleasing utisr.urlhof -

fits which a peaceable: and ha4ultriuu"tu.'ul'te whoe. productions are various though lint, t commmicate the statement to the same postage a* if conveyed in finding that the skill and cnterprist
the air flrsjrndl emploted in thereto requiredOS thr mail.: of Our farmers are
; are able to afford during people greatly incl'tUe
of public cafomtty ; and p'ri'MI'1 .similar. cr'UJMIW**, MCW rejfultinns t The deficiency in the product of the ing.

ample threat during; these wars has,, served toprove may Cut a .time aSRrcl sone portion of u 3--m -8B3E--.X. -z:: : :;: two preceding years has been supplied The particular statement of the JD.
that justice is the most! profitable the cuuatf)' nwre Ua other ; but 5 ""n y OkI -- J by the collection of outstanding balan plidints for premiums, respecting 0\
t well the wisest purity of na etrry portion *,ou 3..C"o..oJdr: itself - - :: } cr*. The balance in favor of the Gene- nature of the soil, and manner of ttK
! as ass : .. '!II.. . .. ..c .t.1 .... cuhL
lions. to the: 'new riKuliiai, ..ed the adtantage w- a: rl Post Office on the first of January nation, will be.nnnf J"rorn their
1 Since the establishment of the i Rrnc- InJ dinadt fenia r* air in a short //1 P :I = ...J.- 1. ; last, i* estimated: at something over spective statements wnith aceonJBa rr.J
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the :: -W 10 ,five bundled thousand dollars. A this .
certain be : by part report.
time to cvtuallz1nd .
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rat 1 peace, some of the maratime nations I =- 9: *., ** *. ** q
notwithstanding the doubts that entire freedom with ,.which carry > M V ', .. of that sum has been collected: and paidto Signed per order. .

-hate been raised in regard) to the branch uf industry prosecuted. ,: ---5 7 contractors for carrying the mall.This .- PLINY IIILLYER CAaiT"'an
t Froth of the former th..oric.C: trade It was on account of this diversity of I : b V* W w -U! W U,: M oJ": would sreni to afford a: mean of Hartford, Feb. 18, 182l. .
and resumed their products, and of the different manner :- :" awwa 15 supplying the deficiency of the product -
hate returned to, 1ft at ** 'x .. V 5o ,
ancient commercial policy; and, inconsequence of doing business in the several Mate .c.. "asA' "," u. M...c *... 1 ;; I; .,.. ..... of the current: year.: hut it should be I. Erastus Sheldon, of Suffield,sutt
thereof the United Stale that jealousies formerly existed between .. il' recollected that this contains the accumulated : that raised on one acre oI land,eight l

i have, in their own defence, been obliged them, which dcfr r to resort to the powers any t : :.c.tiA Jt -i past. The fa d I
to regulate truJc"C.'sled in ongres, of trade under the confederationthe W- :. 5- !., =.r .. tat i. :It'" nearly: thirty three years. .:And although has lain. two year: to grass ; 1 ploa ta.
fur the purpose protecting and cherishing want of American tonnage sufficient .b..e.. -= .3x f =. o a the absolute loss will, it i is supposed, ed it about the first of April,

the !industry and navigation: of to create the requisite competition 7 mount to an inconsiderable' sum, it i is! on about twelve toads of sheep manire

I the slates. in the exports of the cointry, added .t I yyaaa. -... 0\ q i apMIb found to be extrvmrly difficult to collect and harrowed it in. 1 planted it about
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Great moderation has been'observed to the diflicultiet{ of; this period. : :.... .c -C .''i.:1:: << suiTirirntly fast to satisfy the demumU the last of April, and dunged it in tie
I > 4k < .
by the United Stales on this), subject, nut as the national tonnage it no* 4 -Na- Mf f j .. :a upon the office. And experience hilt with hog dung planted two and a
nab 3
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and persevering( endeavors have been sufficient for the national etports, and : S-f Fyn* skews that there must: be always a half feet apart, and rows three fret

made to adjust, by treaty, their commercial as Congress. hate offered to all nation : large outstanding balance.; apart. At the' first hoing I left thrte

intercourse with foreign nation a system of entire equality and freedom 1 .. :. ".rf The cause previously assigned for stalks in a hill. *.,
g *, and especially w ith England in the commercial itttercHunw between -! .. CDC '.It.f- O the diminution n of putttges, together! EHASTUS SHELDON

\ .. So far as respects the English terri them and the United stairs the v. . Pr1"a ..:ColI I.=-'- ,. It 0. !! with occasional bankruptcies death of I Hartford, Feb. 18. ,
"' tories in Europe and in Asiathe intercourse time has come in which it ha been I 0..0'v 5 * .1'.' n postmasters, and the extensive numberof

is arranged oy the treaty of thought; to lc due to the w el fate and I', t f : o nearly five thousand postmasters Rssr-Wtxoso,Feb.1, 1822.

'1815 ; but this treaty contains no provision daract.r"f the United Mates to CVUH- j4i' .operate also to retard the collection of Ptixv HiLLYen Esq. Chairman Com. I

I concerning the tutig lion and tertail the regulations which so lu nu. j I i'E :.baUnces. of Produce of the' Hartford county _
trade between the United Stales and and so much to our dihdvantapp., Mate ;t Two clerk*have been constantly employed Agricultural Sot ictyr -Sir,

the English colonies in the.c.t Indies orrn imposed by England on she trade * i.El t for three year pt, and have The one acre of I land from which
and North America. The value and navigation !wt-er" the L". Slilltn .I :; brtn assisted most of the time by two raised four hundred and forty.fitebuhcUof

of this branch of trade, and the importance and lirrV-st/c.dsaColukks. i i I 3 others, in this business, and ilk collection potatoes, the season past is
of the navigation employed) in Thi H"tioH J m.-aMiif. Mt long callrd of arrearages: is still Irt'\'t'd unceasingly meadow: land which had hern rowed

the sume, have been long uHdetkioodby far to'pnno't the bip% and s...t.rtt of Number Extent inj| ; but, as hfc* been before re for ten years past and was broke op

both parties, and the actual cmlurr4 the United Slate, was calculated tt tt..U\. *f fast mile ofITscrs. marked hew balances arise. loth April 1 last, was draged the 2ith

u.. tnt thereof, which now cxiats, awaken: the r-rm..t of local jeakiiifty () post roads The outstanding balances amount to :May and planted 1st June. The land

cannot be ascribed to the want of a that may still exist among u*, again nearly half of the gross! amount of postage was furrowed out and planted. in continued

disposition on the part of tI United I't' influence of wlricli we may with 1816 J.2MI 48,97fi of one Jt"Ir.Vh R resort is had rows, four feet apart and nun-

States to hate placed the same: on a confidence ai9cai: | to the character and ; 1817 1..U9 59,6ft9 to I law, collections must be dilatory urrd in the rows with thirty cart leads

t fair and friendly footing ; bat it continues tH-eefcfUy fif the law. 181* 3.61* 39473fi8 and an immediate resort in all 'cf barn.yard manure and three buh!

to be insisted on by ;,il:nand, By the cxcl iMf English 1"nlt'I., Itlf 41'1.0 .SII easesnot the speediest way of obtain- rf Plaster paris and planted withhirtythrec

that not only the colonial trade but the ,\m.Tic... vcsvckarr eNl'to)n1 in their ..to..500 7JIMHy ing payment.: A prudent regard to the! bushels of '(whole) pout-
trade between the United Stales and place, and wliatever h lost to the former 1821 4.976 :'$8 interest of the public as welt as that toes. Ploughed up to the rows ant

these colonies, ought to be considered( is gained by the latter. Uy recking an exanination of this statcmcm, of individuals, requires sometimes a hoed them the 23th June, and again tU

+ and regulated as a monopoly! that foreign the owatcrraiKni; U.s, we talc it will appear that a deficiency of the recourse first to other measures. 16th July and dug them the 3d November. -

nations arc bound to ...lItCC.t. and away the prufU now ebj )'nt by American revenue of the office is with much certainty The change of postmasters, from The potatoes were princip''ly
with which they may not hue!fete. 'eel and give them hark again anticipated : and it will be various causes is no inconsiderablesource tlnglish: whites!-there was part oft

The act, commonly called {:the navigation to \nH"b.r England*and, in doing ceited that, since the fear 1919,per the of delay and of labor in making row of lady finger potatoes, which

act of l.uJ.'land.taite: it reserte 114. ; \ bounty to futtrigu ships u. postages .hate diminished, while the final adjustments of accounts. These yielded as weltor better than the' other

the colonial navigation exclusively to th.o.. .prn-e of our own. optit+rt hate increased by the *ugmrntatioN changes amount to nearly one thousand kinds : there were a few rows kidney
I the vessels of England and h cr colonies Navigation awl maritiinr industry of post routes ; and thus increased in a jear. potatoes which were very tine ui

I open the trade between'' Englamiand for a peculiar reon, rail for national disbar emrnts hate !area made, But few suits had bun commenced large. Also a few rows of drgcnent'*
foreign nations to the 'tc+ase1a of protection t fur the aU of navigation<< ican while the weans of their support havedecreased. prtsiouri to my taking charge of the ed kind of blue! nose potatoes, which
both, subject to equal and the same re exj,ctlitril: <*f Wit, al well a* ufrtmtnieirr Post Office. In 1814, the whole number yielded the least.

7r' gulations.The ; and, in this' rrs(pert, differs The rauttt of the diminution of on the docket book being but II 1. The acre of corn which I entrrrd
colonial, like the coasting trade from everother branch of tidatrv,- pns- From that time tu the close of 132O fur a premium, was first rate meadowland
be de
iafCts may a\ticned to a general *
has bent treated a* a monopoly* so long "hough it seat once dotted doubt no of and sit hundred and ttrtrn sail were in- and manured with 6O Cartloads
ptrssHm cnmtnrnre
as the same was confined to the nt i gallon longer.exists, that a navy: is the best drfenrr of *eonvqwrnt 'ihntrd,in addition to those before pending manure: and planted: in cOflinlltdIn..
inactivity cotrespondenre to a star;
+ between territories of the same nation of the United Stale- nd this city of money and in some section of and two hundred and twenty-six Me' rows ; it was planted much100
; !but, whenever it may suit the maxim i. tio more true than that a nasal the country the absence of a *r re brought to a close before that thick and owing to the high winds

convenience of a nation to open ;a: trade purr never has existed, tnd can to the operations of currencyadapted the De time. It?the course oldie year IB jl. about the 1st September, and oilier

j bd..<
r the claim to treat this Claim a* a tine ; hence: the policy of cttcouragitift p.a.rtmf'nt.The above statement will exhibit the instituted and one hundred and trnty-' as it \YLstht' season before. I shall,

monopoly is without juu authority, being std protecting the ships and seamen of annual inrrrate of the extent of miles five of the whole number in suit were therefore, relinquish all claim to, t

contrary to the rights ofsur'h foreign the United State of post roads c U*>tihed during thrprecrding brought to :a close. premium for com the season: pastt O
nation,which: within its own do- In the commercial differences which sis the 'ot..llRc.C' All of which is respectfully submitted, Inure surceisOil! l farmers': Certificates

rnl"io" ,mut pbu""S authority make arise between nations, the tartous amounting to thirty years thousand* right hundred It. J. :MF.10S, Jit. of the mr sur of the potutoc latul.- cd

such regulations a" may be deemed expedient. branches of industry air differently affected and thirty-two miles. In the seven - I The Hot Philip P. Harbour, of the quantity of potatoes raisedthe4me : .1,
and calculation founded on thr ysrstmtof the IIwow .t tf' thCftb.itct. are herein inclosed.
preceding the last, the General
years .
It is an unwarrantable extension of upjKHK-d intetest: either petty,being I Post Office hat paid into the Treasury --- I ant; sir, with esteem,

national monopolies, by rx pane law*. often fallacious may prove to lie uncer- of the United States the SUM of i = \iinICUI. rUItAL. '_ Yours most respectfully
to to include the navigation .,f Uin guide in the )10'.-" of nationswhite .
attempt there hundred and eighty-fire thousand r. tit I. rratite C.1lrttf At" II tfjtnl JOHN WAThO.Vr.WJ.VDSOH .
a foreign nation with the rules by by referring every question of eight hundred and stvrnty-eigbt dollar i a..." .,"'c......,Swiri,..
which the navigation between portionsof disagm-mrnt to the honor of the nation and Urniy-one cents. t Feb. 18. im.PtixT .

the same nation is governed. If this in the purity and preservation of' To supply the contingent deficiency :The Committee of Produce of said outran, Tsq. Chairman Com.

may be done beltrcn the colonir and rich: everyone i* alike conrrused, a' of revenue, and to reduce expenditures Society respectfully report- of Produce, of the Hartfurd Cw a-
a foreign nation, it also be' done in standard provided that can hetermi'II : That
may .. I I will suggests having gismo due notice to all ty Agricultural; bucietyrS'rThe .
I lead.
,' respect to the navigation: between any /Irw/y, The expedience of discontinuing concerned they met at Major Rtplcy's one acre anti tbirtl-scven rods
other portion, or the trhule of the territories In the least at well a* the mot dilfi- i bylaw, all pot routes which Inn, UutruNI..n the HUb inst. and ut-' of land from which I raised three
of such ttaiiuti and foreign nations. cult disputes. national honor U the safest tended the for aid ahalf
;do not and shall not produce one third tn applications premiums hundred and thirty-three pounds
HJMHtoN--atvd it should not beforgottfn !i iof the expenses! of transport! ;; the and the eti..tnces :aduureil: insupport of flax, and oiv which I hd "f
England allow the importation ofj that! public injuries long endured -I i mall thereon after an experiment of of the claims of thr rrSKttivc[ ,and a half bushel of u.sud tbeseason

lumber and bread stuffs from the United inv'its farther aggression awl,in two years has been or shall be herd applicants' awl on a full hearing the past was improved with potatoes

States into the colony of Jamaica, the end, degrade and destroy the pride j j r trr* made.&nadlu. Committee find and dv award tu the : in the year 18 O. aijd w spl 1C'l ,

but forbids the same, unless the importation and safety of nation Hy pnviding by law for aainerrae several persons hereafter named, the about the 20th day of April last,aJI<*
he made in English vessels she In roprct to t'.e? commercial difference of pottage on newspapers, premiums to which they are entitled again about" the 5th day of May and

, also allows the importation of cotton which, ha* so lung;existed Itetwern more proportionate to the expenses( kdutanrr by the 11 y-Laws of said Society, to sowed the next day, and bushed the
and tobacco from the United State into the United States and England, the << of their transportation, and witTo seed m after the land had been Dar.

England, but with equal right she may claim of the litter exclusively to regulate yet the increase of postage not to be Erastus Scetdonof SufTictd who rowed, and put one huslel and' t"ff5

I forbid the same unless the importations i the ititerrourM and navigation brtween w tat a* to affect the circulation orthoM' raised frum one acre of land eighty- pecks of tlu.>t-seed in the said land, iw
be made in English vessels. This has the United State and her \\'nt useful. of information, so six bushels and* ten quarts of Indian: putted the flax in July, and dressed time
not been done in the latter case, and India Colonies, hat affected( the rr necessary to the existence and preservation Corn, eight dollars. same in January and February.
there would be but one sentiment in the tation and right c.f the United ... pu-I of fret governments; and by To John Oatson, Jr of East-Wind- Attest. LEMUEL ROB ERTS: .

: United Stales, should it I be attempted and the public honor justices the .. subjecting to postage all newspapers Soar who raised on one acre of land; '
yet, in the former case this is, and has ten-ailing measures adopted on thins carried in the mail. four hundred and forty-five bushels of This may certify, that 1 raised lit I

been the law ever since the date of our subject ; to recede from the same wouldbe Thirdly, To provide (or the better l'otatoeseight dollar season past, from one acre and thir'1" I

independence, and it may, with equal equivalent to their final relinquishment skating the pottage on newspapers, To Lemuel Roberts, of Windsor, seven rods of land: three hundred all |
right, bt applied to Liverpool as Ja and would not fail to encourage the remetly proposed is to require the who raiser from one acre and thlrtun ,- thirty-thrce and a half of roct
maica.after. the belief that a wrong so long endured , clean dressed flax and alto tet
payment of newspaper postage before << rod of land, three hundred and well ,
longendurance and fruitless ef further would no longer be opposed, and that thrir transmission by mail. thirty three and an half: pounds of well bushels and a half of good cyan W--

forts to adjust this question by treaty, aggression might made without Fe'd-I41,, fly a diminution in the ex- dressed flax, six dollars. seed from the same land.

Congress, with great unanimity, hate It resistance. pens- of colter n. The commissionsat To George Cheney East-Hartford, Atlest. LEMUEL: ROBERTS.
passed laws to countervail the restrictions must be always remembered, that some of the Post OSkes( are greater, who raised from one acre of land, \findsorI''eb. 1?. .
the
imposed by England upon the in- countervailing measure which have it i* refined than are really necessa- thirty-two bushels of winter wheat,
let course between the United States been adopted by Congress, ate enttrcrf;I|/jr. The fortieth section of the Post eight dollars. To the Committee of Produce of time t

r auu .,cr colonies in \.C'ltlndin. defensive the ; and as we desire to concur in I ().fce Ian, which requires the surplus, The Committee have to regret that Agricultural: : Society, Hartford (olt"tty
England forbidden establishment of a free trade withevery after paring the Postmaster two thou some of the applicants fur premiumshave '
I having the imptf"atiun !
nation the !tit
I tie are ready to abandon
. of supplies from the United sand dollar a year and his lIf'tt'ShfJe neglected support their claims, This certifies that I raised
, the restrictions
the .
thirt.I"G
States into her West India Colonies in tion on English naviga J'W'ft\ne to be accounted fur, requires by the requisite evidence, which was season, on one acre of land.:
American vessels the United Stales ; as soon a* England" manifest a amendment. The Postmaster being stated as indispensable by the com bushels of winter whet, cf rt* bids

their turn have forbidden, the C in I disposition to give, up the restrictions left himself the judge of what he shall mittee, in their report the last year,- [.kind. Land cultivated in the loll.>i
Jort.a-1 which she was the first to impose on for clerk / the of Mr. Joshua Previous to die ur, ,
tion of these supplies in British ., pay hire and other expense" particularly case InK manner.
the two restrictions hate I our navigation-and does public policy maT calculate so as to expend the whole Iaihm hi Windsor, who transmitted 'IS 17, the l nllD.d lain en oldpasture seta :
put an end to1| require, or will the national 1I.aDIII't
s the direct intercourse, and the trade is';': honor amount of commission which the law to the Committee, a statement purporting and had not been asuuly
permit "
that should do ? ""
we so sooner authorize that he raised from !| for ten years
carried on indirectly the supplies for, With him to charge. The only one acre by .pasturing bdtit'
these
these colonies being carried in American j i I mil the view, the Committee sub practicable remedy appears to be In a of land, thirty-four bushrl and four I, so sward bound as to produce 181 ,
following resolution ,
vessels from the United States toi;i Hrielird That redaction of the commission and other quarts of winter wheat, and although tie feed. In the wonlhof Jwtr *ouC
the Committee on allowances that Mr. Latham's: statement is entitled the lot there being r
the Swedish and Danish Islands, and so no Postmastermay to II ploughed the
Relations to'
the produce of the English Went Indies oreign the further tie discharged from charge more than it really a pro has, much weight as that of any other seven acres in ihe inclosure, Itf il1
being brought in English vesselsto of It.consideration of the petitions per compensation for himself, including person, yet being unsupported by the i depth of eight: laches said IMJC: -
the same Islands, and there exchange let District Applehy and other, r,fCol his necessary expense rfflkty requisite evidence, it could not entitle \: that slate until the middle of brpWJher. ,
on South-Carolina, and By prohibiting all him to a premium: was then H.orcJgMy **"
ed for the provisions and lumber cf the of the resolution of pisscn I
the
United States. American supplies are Commerce of Chamber of gen, as well as drivers and owners, in U will be -seen by comparing and sowed three acres to wtiinthd
also StAt American vessels the lUliimotr, praying; for present report with that of the last !! mainder of lot to tye. plcu r1Jttf
of to the repeal of the laws imposing restrictions -Tlx ptW of (!tt famh fJ'IUtd'oll .1, tear, that some of the successful serd four inches deep, which! JIm
free Bermuda and crops I
there 'flit
port sold
on vessels It MtiariOn.aunt the incicUftbl httd
English employed In up< fallen should
have of
short what thrn fident neter
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for cash ; and flow in like manner i.II is the trade f-r snit iacrrMni was: ,
between the U. States and br as cspfmCturc ,fhrOBke : mellow I;.r-d
!t + nt from the Und" Stales to the Island the English Colonies in the West In t.M roc1t\ 'J(tM Gepmnl 1'o.t anal a 1\a f produced ) vet, contrasting! the two wheat crop on old c-tJ 1 *nOP'I",
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of Cuba, as well as to the port of, dies. r. s u' vmPI to.5 tbirsnd" aM t.its" '.'" seasons, the committee are fully F onvmrcd. The next scxsunrar rhestr rtt 1I
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!"of lot ) \Ve understand the isLi4 is seven to r4e.f .I
-aim Iris state, DI/J"i.u.rontri --- ----- - -- -
" 1"Ml .n an anati'rsire, one acre forT 1822; rail*J tat by tyro bra3d.oit. toinerscapahlrof dated M**| 19 Irlvjr *" tAt rr/, t -
\ : ..g/.ls.. Soon after hartrstin iBlf, "Fdi. Ath, 211.. Oa, \. M. dhcnvtrrd C'dkllt latiri. std t',1tU- k" lbrerfr, sitot'to XAMK JuU ADAMS, who
I 4cd three of the abot cicscn1 a strange sail to windw&rd, utwlcrk
"u acres prod fquad trusty l fr N Hnir ws afterward* roar President. Con
j.brd 1 and to mh a dcj t', as to turn up he. .j' puss ur CMitass apj>uvi.th hundred thousand bv.'nlsf .It per'ciannum !! him I wilt relate an anecdote.
I tJoro I.t unull ploughed under in IS 16, .jn| chase of us-At noon the thaw and 1 eligibly *i.y.r'r.l for supillplying I e came into notice daring) the admin
had 1x-CUlht' rottfti. Land lay bro, \ d to be a two-topsail chr.. still vrsrls. for c .>.tf .%iw projiiIhe \ n of Governor tletnard, and
as!l nl'I that e of Srptn)1irr I'rarinKduunaausg *th, the stranger I f rilrurt a $. -a.d .'h. mid IIt'tIRraI ''distinguished himself by his resolute{ I F I

when I gate it atborouRh har- {one league( di taM. under a 1..9 0f.I % I.Iu t. htW *s .td to t-'''oposition to many of his measures.: --
u" "hich is clu..1 to once plot gIi ,canvass ; made him out to be an .ru.. Jual, .ltt' in thr turf of > ekw both ,The Attorney Jenrral Scwatl was
to.rat : was: then sowed with one bushel I ,tenwl{ apparently with a im't nuw- !I or %.r'-'r' awl Hrti ?" 11.t.*. rend may .1t1..cr his bosm f*i nd. FILDmnIDIL- a
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trntyJiur lu.,'ls of seal ,nd heal r of IHTM. At 1 :, 4% I'. )!. be. 051st a irfn. *.i!':>uitl'e' rinr, sixda; ** and rolled in Matter wind to the Northward, Mi;|j x+Id h.* ...lately f rmedby adtaatagrouft to a youn man ; and Itavhtg-tud; nothing; rat Chiborne.by the '
m"htch fani pci-suadrd l Iiy Ii'( rat halt gunshot dis*aWt'. At li brat to a fwtnMfiv or.-m. r5ri%" r1ilrnrtn -{with| the knowledge of.Adams the At 14 tKk>V'Ire have nothing new to present out
rtwrrimrnts> ouht Writ to I* (omitted quarters, and shortened aril. tjrprtiitig fut. t "''II tlr! .. M r rMahtboasrlr .1 jtotwry rd;, produrccl in 1S15 (sum one. acre ;: the" stranger to tkm; irhb ". At I.li tier iw.asi to..r slyer, rrrtijA6tlrtr j.pp.int his frietnl to that nf''.-The It C r-new*" we gnttmmcnr hat reanwi to and expect pcrtup the some law giving tnfur

tortf.thtt" < bus'llrlsandonepint'cigh- , a ore ship to the Soitli..ri3, Crrd i'IriOaJrt. I Uotrr MOT et pie ed his desire to obH e 1 tIr. AMktmnad; to our new poTrrours lira \\ e nerd
?'/, ; pounds to the bushel, fur \\hleh a lee gun, and ,shewed, our walio ;il col- Tl.r r.lln rag r"!.s*t ..f a kiln to a J[ 3 > Vw.H, but .inserted This I fa k f.f nothing*I., of any local interest,front t
:(':*ed a picmium." In The fall after jUri.t I. 2S. the sifaniffr male all I R'f'aU"'i\b in U is $,la.-. ]r."liLt.c tvu"If n .u has ranked himself with tl'sa.[ .a* ;it ea pretty certain, that not one
1.uiintW abuse three acres about 12 {*ail to u inward in hop S wf ctcwi.. pan.' plitsof UK crtutulIft..1 I+aklalglras my opp+HHrnit. He denounces and Lon rtulld, will be approprated toward the erecof .
l any new fort;thcauon; ant
1 ltd* of straw-dunjj to an acre, and *till refusing to hew rolorss titnoe 4.H ,'... rErtkawrx to thwart my measures anti !Mrtw. The Floruit ea board navy will y still or be Ijfht left
gird it in u ith the stuWile. In theirs sail in chase Itf him. At f, ro'niln; .J."rt- ltugctr, Th .ft1p"'' hi.., !I'M.M" of the ministry. I could not tfl nat itc awl to chance aattng the formidable ,
; fuUlwin1 I ploughed the I.nd up with the cliaM fast both wimliitg ..li..rvs :'. t.t I.rntiry it to my Sovereign>{ tn bestow a hlICnu of its nuhta.pajrev "
ual fur planting and planted one j jaftruth :1IHlle.d..tr&t.MuC him. At I. I*.Gudint ** We hate limo prcnt a 4 ai jnaa I f.*or upon such a p"nJH1.MII whh -
co n, 'in the 1 common) of. ; we could u'rntthrrillr t ka .U<: +ttl .pot1..t "'.. y Ib.t of t...adlwslnsroa ;|jo i to till him from me, that .0 I.". o. sr fIrst wdl be found a long and
pljstiflgwhkh produced forty buthtU: .hill to Northward while iitstfcfs s, the of tnr ,ad. in the nameoi ,.. Ar ftltlhtl n to ojirrdt ant 'Gild the 'nttrt rom.tt+r.ar w.e paper bare been*on East able Florida.Ve to Kara that bt-i the cn. .

fh. other t\o acres planted w ith pots.t ,1 UhaM* hour up and made all mail lc the tHitrd t..n.I nis step teas ,... rri+ri tr9 At IwArr nx/rtr notreats. given, &*ery correct. account -
M' is hu ta pn.duc.*d MO hu.hda-thc ,|could can)', brfutr the U ttid; sifiarrdMa rti in CMrifitjYtntC.nti stud from %It" '.." 5rtrallcuhtrytd the mrsi.afir to The Eastern Pror.nce has been much more
Daub Inns; too dry for potatoes I"IHMltr. :- j )', and n adr ill revrairy) Mil in Sl----, w hi. H LaRd Us tray to lrtaa A(. ml. Tkrntttllkt Ctatrntftr/rdm brtttmtte( than atrsu inviting the attention of
which cut short the crop i cruse uf him.t J, 41, ncliitig list qujrtrrs and opt. i rely, of the t.. b.schr. wt,n replied the tattle "IHAI 1 atrr.tut atc ttKtD' tr-nt'U..r-most of those who hater
>pluhd West loruU
irraly,:' After the com and CtJ.flSI-1 chase last, ;ta1e him a !fiowgutt. At 4, Spark WI KO h rrrlw" mr ..oeomr CHJixnr. MV cot'itsk ntrr WILL am astir, tnewa to speeufcit.on;, ,hate and done such information ao, solely ,

v,.rt hanrstt d,plou thed the land brink within musket shot >tfstelrim amuketry Krir to examine Ute h-rtovr. ana acre A rctMtlrtltc f'' 'INr AS '".\1.1.uP. as they action; the, keep to themselves cry
,ud one are u ilh three bu helM outletof and continued ll c .,t..mI,_[,raktatasvrob.F .r H_' .. Ml* mow art AMf ALL KOTALhow .(.n". '';ith Ctt"I' exertnn in our power, .
M sftd, bidl 1 bl'lit'i i is'noi too great & fire till 4, its 1'. M. at which tift-e.-' \Ve fuiittd tarry on oar :arrival tint-hCtL" AwKir.t.'* The truth of we hate as jet cbuibed; Very little knowledge

,uon' it for troi.i t Lid l. aid produced sari Iwse aU ai .side, he attenlittd tu '. h. schr spark. coiun.\iHieti ItT rapt i his anecdote has teen confirmed tu tney orthts ubli..r.n..r.country Our and fear!:of rctly any thing: worth

tilt last lur\dt, j1 1iushrk' ; tsar srasuo, thuwrn sail in a teryro fiisr4 slate [l'etTjon board *f .n vto tnr. is ,aih+, !, another respectable gentleman w hur ." ;all accounts:nd descriptions!tutilcatling: ,,for by which withh x
prncrzlls', being} out so fatoi&ble fur a ctery thing fifing fore ad aft At the A ufric.in a.ent at it..a.., c u.ciuis ib then a student in the office of Mr.hew'all. wr .cannot securely to ieh-may hue in some
iii!4'.at crop. :s i in former ycan; the hart. t. 2"t. braikd up the foresail and tool Ita.-r. vesri *a* sent lu ." .instances made its unneccM&niy scrupulousOtt -. .
ayou1 the lime <,filling, became a a tirf m .foram
]IJHk shrunk, which, if it had been rlusr alott.ide, when lyerNt Us lei rattirr. to gotrrum to*, to etia.r/rr ta !1pdrsfthuhIr-Mr., )MftMkton cur fetaffd for shwtldttiU on r jew"j-nn.be*nf adhered, from the to. first-is tt t
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j rutl"\! in !va oll.I pat, "h :4ltftt\.J, fjm 45 to' 5o bushels from )luffed l lip uudr his sietn.andttf him bsr.llt 11i.ltb i -M b., 1 tart+.ti Mart Oft ItJdr.,. to Dr. Mitchill rr'iMry. vfi the bj S L Andrew, bv a 1 err in- ,
lu arrt: I find 1 Iiy (tnju..t trial. k ht'Uad.itk.f t rat gun, k 1HU'\.ff t M..ae sritli our %>i% .,V C.pt. lctiy( written by U,. Marovhetti, a Uu* fttigeNt gentleman who has Ltety( ; rxplcnd ,

tn-t spM-u'tin; ; the sung on the land art tl+ir rnumcntllit&lust4rlrlwtatrr'1,r r1* Art c-r..t'ht .. r... 'A .lttb, arc !sian physician, and ffitett at length m t\thai relit pn dt e if'the e tE"pro thut,liter for,;its and .f we are not

and! lrlou! :bin, in, is a better way than I.i.d of m"., uitkJi had tee* fitrT11 tcr} WU".I..I .it i the |M4v-, a. :the titrttal, ,1ihrtftirr by which the ey*)t i!'!r4P>lr part of tent Vk es.t is t't Iw dtcxlnlh L- t
Put its the hill. ttsju.i; }. in a dry $ % cuterrd Wfoif, gate thiw f /Tlioardittg it d | eiM*. "" leas lo say WMT.Iwr .. 3. t the indic&ti'm* of this terrible diseasero ifci. Ife* M lad, to L te but ten tint watrr on
'I "lIn. and better prepares the ltid: liitie .r;for cutnrnapdtft teas U .. ittid..i Hi* fcricM toot pointed out, and the (U.r made the br,but m other f1."rf'e1.*;it i*the finest liar- ,
.'(oJ' a trop of w ii.ter grain, and a great h our weakness, tr+th with a. err Ik U.tl.rcdly IN f atour wl w'1) #w- I KIWW'I. He'%Uf H,that the appearance but ins the cma. \\e bop to procure the pew
pi'tr titattse "J.iilit.i routs bcinjffcilUd knen made a desperate roilyxtnoE lids Prtsu.llt 10 IllS Ottltia, tat J UMMC0 Ott of tumours ef rttsrrlrttal 1 site rpp+.a.rih .iHM-d r.rte
: !he winter IVustii. Also, for expcrri t rcw, and urercdetl in>;ettinf ticm to Ute 2.J', airs danud IBvoi i.trhlpLYYY x 'nt, pi.ailed two rows of Isolators quarters a seroudHhcir titnr-dim t pace tit .\11M."rw Lt. ..,.. h.lut c mark tae raistrwr .fvit hrtteorhobit MRTKOKOLOCilCAL JOUR AL..
true rli 1 % stJc ; seed in one row large numWr to le u least four tw tiM liom the stnr !>.... |tt tut.... MI* us, wnkh caw IMP easily rscertariar u Pi.ft-tteult. Apnl 27th to May 3.

pi tdtoes--the othefk, small size, hut \t\as cunijM-Iled to c"vnttt..Al tlrrNrrfirluatrlitrgGndiugiibl'i4lti W- Y/ranrtatlwttrtillht) oci |M., ,.rat by the fmirh. When hit) one is bittenbj .. -11., l; ,
tore thin one-third the qnatitity bjm lily t..I*Miortiig ISMM U,. tt 'sure ; when slug, the to*- planted superior iu struct** to ut.--Stir?tan.l. lately .1IvtIt1.% t iL.Mb, .tAi SNOB Id subject his t'ftguetum tu txxminat.r t .' 'f

b+ cnull seed, proclut. 'd as man}' hush 'd the Spanish Hag* "bin a general studUi'Miuet'uc .tIe cohttgr rx j. it, i out nu jjrr fur si* ..b. nd if KO tumours . .; S. tl'. r":t.
d,and ii large potatoes, at the rots fire. cwurd front Tr oU>lIMn aiM IN honor of Lee he iciar c.f tae then appear it may softly be cotcltiurd > : 'oH 6 w. r
pUuud with the large "". !If friurr !-iu the conniiHircmtit tf i 11 S "tlr ft %.')-dM tectwd .r theS... that no pianos has ken comniuhi- .1'I1 ( II I tl :-. y. W. }'a.r.
ciicrJI should dismounted two of li ,i+.rarkr. coed the bite. But N' ;" ; t. ". 1'.01.1'.
% ), ruilUate less my gun** car by if during any J .- I ,-.- I .- t .
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l'Ind and attend to a roUlimt uf orajrtald ,, 1 jriaKes hcinq defer lite; cure | f'IdIJ' CI pert df this perUtd. tumours shounitnem&eivr ; t -; : :6 I } r n.
it not be for their i interest jttndeted them unless during die ar S.u.t.Vii. J... 26. strati %, the loeiur ere.."'- 7' ; c I t ; *' r.
Gl'.f.R CIIJ Ibst.tI :\.. I MOH. At 5, Js,b;.in a cwiit pktc vrmlMiu JOHXAU\tV nwttd that they sh old bv in'untlycautrrixird I ,-,:- -

1.trol1.l. l't'i.' H!, IWtJO.M /' ) swill and t1crift. 'U IIMa t tap- Thr follow mi, cont. i_-,un ai d anecl or *>pvird, by a sirs p Inn
__,__ I jhur the rtiem} sorer. slat''in,+ ,." d w! I*t vrmi. art J".. .'11""' alC rt. A ismikh iu .ftrr will |,i.crt.'d!
JI SlIl"u: a rut.aielg fight frwii Ute trrt.u.erer. rlrul.'rt fctlA n .i e,hl hi irN ...un. from ties i.ctaim whuh the pallet
--- -- -_._..rClI.tIt1.1i'X -- 1.,11'1 this uCiII.abk ,... ..
time ) .w rrE tu.en. i) dint m. d i. pit out. rasa turn was
:1t1'Ch r- )I''f'1! U' .i..W.. 7th,IIot"i-i It Nr I... most j" if.f 4Allu\air.'tA I his iiMjuth with a tri.nf derotUot

1 ?t..tnll slit "' lI.ai.tf i 1 i,rigs a visit to Mr.of Q"- the lop obit ilowcrsof the t.rttirr, sV'

1111'1:1 CK. ,'Iii. le.a ;.'ak: s.if un Ward J..u...":. /a hoar H:ad C"K'a..hU-teas:: f*,,f!",:, (yellow hew+m} '1'h. ..
The brig C.J'ut\.14 ( 'l taiuViuslu w. M'1.1 4, 41. 1'. M. drof ddaftoj-j cC'v' u.anl I..'"" ..Ifk' (hd..aU) ?t'rulrs:i i* thus drstrofcd HI is% .ernt.f . t, "
si;bl,.ttn, S+U drtjs :It' "'>i .Vtntt* rdam, I jthr: <'t.cm', cummeticed w..diac ,vtiierMaiU hstui y .",.. a. ICI"<.._ c.. 'a.... '. ,\id..it. MiHK-rott cast are given !" ; -
',.t. pilot onTtuUv .''vcniti,, hart, and 1 ants rr.pairtw d.n Uetof I Ii abtf wr u.twiail, Aktertej l%, treat wt j; rr tare ibis tn.-almfltl'tU bua attended'with -" ,-

Ii' 'orcd in Fire I"4i rum iiol, op} o- i near. tlw harlMtur.rauadftb., the rli-1 uroM iMtoHtr): lie tpo' with grc*. j the happiest results. I p I If tr I'cttsurtla.:-
\,1 tar Light; llouvc. Uric sl hc Jude 1 jrtut jrot s; fjp imo puff witbftui Mhll ffvrUvlli ol tine hrtours, .5.4 |,. **! of f s II [lip this i"terrsti nJ{ subjrrt, there i s J[ -- 1
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fI:. t..e g,!e until outlay night, in the JjfcUlr tag triagbinr to an acittn our Ke,oiwtioH, of I in ,.
a icier t} aiMi us nl *ihy a rid thrfollwiMf aotke the ( :.ut cssr of whirl., stir ).H'd her cabkit '1t..",. At d .'. ){. I .
s 'pelle tilt Dotrlii i brilliant i"'U-.ICIs. I will gir tin suit _, "rr ((taxrtte of Hrjhh) a mtdicdfjournal t AhtmiD,
scsterda} mo: clung; tsar dlsa.tcn-i ,schooner llrkH, Captain Uttiwhfrmr + su.ur wf a pan ur his n..'.., **No published in Fans, by which J Ap l :J. schr. Victwrc, T. DonoIJwn, from
f'ciu: 'i.t Lnlit. Houst short', (uur j Apu-dill- r ht. Thowia*, a%o iif w+. ciwnct nifcivry uf tut ..".uu. sit u; it jippew that the important discotcryrrfrnrrt r' New Oren(
feu ntln K ju!h.,f .it. ',ii the "IT.kef.fir ',im-d us thit the teasel wr ka i etigt eil gle h.> }ii aryls w err reds br Drift ta. to in the memorial of Dr.Marochetti .II 2*. .' ". .Anthony. Kah, N. Orleans.

l oUv ht tt.d. with tine moist stun !. .!.I\\as il the Spantklt m-n of war iIC'.UIj..1 1 lie attars ia in< ""..t aW busy wa made as for back, as -CLSAHKD,
it. Mi. lahuosic.. the .... .\j;+nl 3S. Iln?Spartan J. Chapman, Mobile. .
with hettc
keeper mouHtin sire
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The is deserving
:, long s 14.! sfiiH* ties too mttca aU rtMd: in lily rimmrdsfttr ISU. subject highly [ May. stir rata, S. Crane fire Orleans..111tS. .
1 r Ulhl ptGU.pt'l14dc. :nd I.wnanit)', bn a 1\ut, and right 18 !lb. grenades. dnit, 50 rtvoft ctefkisortav the attrntHm of the nutJieal profv - --- -- . . .--
manned, .1..1.. oars p4sstu' user fell i ;'with Ho men. The captain also r ibwti.s iMi a.'s.kla> prod nerd sion in this country. 'tilt}:\:LEt '
L <'lit Jiovis. UL l to full)' Inland j I ported that the lchr. had steel 8 lulled total.lary: eyelet SfHunpi COA ** ). Marochctti, Surgeon at the Rp ctfuny inff.rm the f it.aen of Prnaacofa
ptr.udrd JM.I' ; the 'iH-jc.i.'uBtil he't. : i'J I tired 1 4 tyndetl,and bat iuilcred; ittttrh crjurd area from those upon wmntn Hospital at Moscow, being in the and;its vicm; ty.tfut she ha' conimenced the

flip o;,,MJS u tel the tt'rei1.--wiC la> ,j,i.h. her hull *pai% and ruing, her j ap.gvtr an impulse to nuau. Lkraine, m 11*, was rerjuetted to ltiltilltir l'SUtSSU'

.t'."'nje diiUlift (aim the shin ; llwct t1* '.nlslt bring srlcrely wounded.x tad % .. v w Hu h ere supposed to be the result give assistance to IS persons trio had ALL 'T" .aI6t" eel' \.81_.
*t r .mast J h4d ',iit< l h)' the board, alid rsrral. shot hating passed .ctwcrtiml of t haws e -*iwl an ctWen'A. corn rrreited the bite of a mad dog. A t.! On the Nonh side of the Pubs Sqnarr, and
'k t. .,n ads ttirtkinir the ',rust tirriftc i( *' ainl water, and othrrwise muchtijurd. carrrHcr of C.AUSCS, i. often atuifautetl, deputation of aged men waned upon : rmmtil-ately cppoa.tc the i'tag ufF.na
<. i.esri. .aher-4t ititcr.: *4(5 he could ' 'Ihufc, wjth an unrutii.1oirc to the cvnnexted plan of leaden whoare him, and intreattd he would atlmims-t ,ill r onbaralatorkofthebcttmatertt,
b- .I lurtuu..r' :;: of ', he feel justhablc in recommending her
hdtigingto tl.e one .18 Ib. gmtade and ihrmseU much astonislird err help to the unfortunate .
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t.1 ;.-ad as as persons w ark to the pnble. Ladies are invited; tu call.apdctara.ne .
M|>|Mn-lialy L'iJii'd' tu it 1 t, '."ue+ 13 do. the other guns bring die a> othei at the ctents they "iine s. The y through s peasant, who during several fur thrmsehc She' wall attend
v Ht t'.,' :a ut'.eI'' ('Ic .ouitldist:nctly t led at the early part of the raga;;r- who took an attire pail In these tin year had acquired great puUtion for to rrp.nrjr HONMrT> with nenrncss and t

turM La; nnr; |pt.'f'Wftin that situation. 'urns alit a rrw of 4i in nuuiorrin- '.., lran%.ciivis, can hardly rata g. caring hJdr pbob'L' :1. tow ,hclticooseuted : patch-and hopes by her wijxr.or work andtrct
niuli.if; tiU M iih the means iti Ms 'eluding the cajttein 13 of wtikh ".ere nits them as they are related in tne upon certain contlitions.The s attention,! to moat It stare .o( public
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rj* 'r, no rdi, r putronajt.
: tmU he tHuttk-d "undt" at the
The. 1! comturtirrment of the a.i.l4W of our Resolution. That of country Doctor then administered rvn % 'utted li-4 k, u+4 came ui (rla;ab""fJ1..nt. we xul+pat ltd this unequal (sal tf,* an Italian, is the -,esl. In all of tu 14 of the persons confided to him i in -
t.ti"e.; l..IH. us ,u',ti at pussitlie far *k.ii,. t fight, for the space of one Lour .hd I UK ru,runts are mitf"prntnlC'l.vo" a peculiar way. lie Jth a young girl CONCERT ]i\LL--- ;

c/d..d' h'e left( Pulp Island! about II .fhirt)'.five minutes, within pistol shot 4tnotivr tl are assigned, and justice is ot 16, WAS treated in the oruinry

j|i'.d ts 7 t::1.k jibed nut" taudirlg a stiong 'jJbhte.; the crew of each trssel ftef1u..ntJr .i M'W"'R done to individuals, some ha r- manner, for the purpose of proving :: Atcs4. Sc\\crcr & Garner, 1
town a little after 2.riei ordering each other to teas snit fury oiucb, and some too little the effect of both modes of treatment.: I GctTtfe. 1
\ inform the ;
.tui.istMTtJ 1CespettR.liT Lytlcr and
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!hi ; ,
instantly nmd **
J"tt. OHM' to ', oJ PI'. e. To each of the 14 be gate djtly men of t' .tfI. that they wilt; on IOWa1 .
IIt. lwrt:fjjif: a'iJ \1,. Mjiwiti, ih.An.uy s splut /7otn Palladium.if . Cite ptHate correspondence of three one pound and a half of the decoction Cening seat, the slash inytantrirc a '

tf td" Ship LUlu' with CaH. U'n',,j or four persons, indiflert&t official of thekud or.lIn&rQ+mfwtrtt I; Concertuu; \ L't\\\, ,
it'e schuancr Mil :.. raJt. o..u d., uf; J"rtrart a Irtttrjr a grntknen fir statures at that time, vuld tuna the and he examined twice day under i tn the 8pan. the *". !] rand. 11r.1'riIr",. j j \eatiI.' i'or.II".. I I brat histoty. t hate heard that Mr.AotMS the IOnQt",the place where, accordingto Thr room *,H be coaiforkbly nttid up and U .
; .pnH'I Ijitm. with ig.t! VI' ten a a+ini.nbh; calcttlated fur the ,
> Mr. Charles Vignbllesa f ettttetnan is Writing something on the his statement, little swelling areformed purpose
.H1r x'. :.u, w'it's' t'rt' humane and "i (TJt,* null be their tat concert m tltis!
tress of mad plice. 1
with theirtt
fI.\r',1; acquainted utbrrn ptantinr.mili.ar tuajat..l erne 14 Inter ymtijlt d tka* containing ;
t .f t'AIir FlUi r.
: tpit tsla''cia
e"er chase - with the \\r. dAr I. litrredrr ftt'u-'rhue swelling rose the thirdor
fiErI ttw. adt l lr..Jiu atc r"N a I'trN't1 ,'FT. PnUecJt. utim.'nt"I
o'ran, )use' J ,,ff tu:'C'.Has fm'or tit 1 I t'.icir' producitoii-fowd of S ,tlu.lIIi..1J. ,I... / tie t.Htfr hart tf lAt i #frt.V ninth day ana were seen by :.. Song-.The Rose on Deaiity +
Ab. i turned lately to U.eir 4 i)', and wcli known in South Carol i rt.t A. dorm "".j."wrJ r air rocUetti.-\ try soon,after they )1.-1 Cheek," Bishop.
L"L 'ut the u'ne time, :i.c pilot-whb, fur his nasrthrm.1 ices kbuwlctlge; 'Aul.,,." wr /"" I. lll', .. ed they were touched with a sharp I "Th* nldcr sl kKnl'ng tiller f
Ann .
tiit \&bHe f1' ,,!he11.1 prwciTdt-d from .Uh.ey is nofv rnK";d in rxjjurin list 1'Iw ,ttiMdlltr In Me :*ttii itilIn (".II.fNu. hot needle, after which the patient gar- Rondo, War.- Gebnck tthhaker.! .

++\ hands Ward tl anchor hil'ttiJ rid..-r-He{ urtrd in Icbiuary (last with4uit hu intlfir i ifitdete, he... a r. ,glad the part with the decoction of na,1-"Tl ow art siB to tne, h>Ttw HrAhuni "
on a Urge wh.1" <4>le aUt"'flbhl"I' the St. John's dtlll-lll t..triWIIZ' txprdtt.rr aged.,18'1 broom. The result of this tieatment vrnephosr, lUyden. "
Trk VfhC'ltal1'' ?president N5York packet sbipl.\mea' t4 wit] incline, totter itfu on the AtlanBeside -i* dua"+sri "M', rArl Ct.sso r u six wrck*. hUt the young girl, tre t-I I D>, &*.tot Draham.I'Airr .

strides: two boats, ano a nu-nberol! se.men ; until he reaches the extreme I.n tfte c.fcJttf+.rrMfrr %/" art A;, ed diSV.rntly died on the seventh t: r..ute tf 1M'ingo, SECOND.. Mguerie. ,
't ark and fbf. from the t. S. brig 'iipe.Hence' he will! tcturn on the 1(.flllr.c, read J.t1'lkJ n.-d **.- in contuhion of madness.-1 hree ag-"<" thl*eofcl fi.ftty: roek." llu h.u'

.1''* all nouible{ Gilru| ., f-ibwrd julph side, visiting Tampa Bay, and j.rdplIlJ +twatfatattderlonrttrrarrtared 1. year after M.)bro bftt paid Wt to lily cott"Tv m) 'hu. : ;t
-. haste, on Inc tame kit the important points. He bat a*+Ff degree 19 lk.tf irks Aid Wafrnd. the 14 prrvms, and they were all doing o'neett.rttthe er br.tedEcho; 1-.
-Ujl.''SAnir. We' fity t'a (its d fin. iustiummtswiUi him, kill.ke tie itemed 19 terser rrery well. The same physician being at trneptrf.from tins Opera of Narenaky.JrMozart.

t'\! wtui'Xfrtion may Le tio ed festr.nonucal uixrrratirns, to ascertain i ,liilfr bat Atr ii""Y, a.4 IAi' 'dIU' l*.doa. in 1819,had a new opportunityef :,Song rttlal ny, tatar-Svne." _ .
>iwriarrs ", and. hat these unfortumay the latitude of eyelash JJo ltts. He will < trbtri lil dt Ard .p..nl... n5rmio gtbi* interesting disjco j -Dearest Lllen." .- SttphcMM.

Ptrilaut 8huali j l. rtrsiued from their keep a Hegister of the weather> and |I Mln a journey to the Soathnard, t >rry.-The happy result of this S1mplf14rt_ lJus k.
rd nliimus, a Colourwa t wiuds-tlod wlieu hr fell in with. and mode of treatment was the same with Son1--11se Sur.Sf'I.ntr..t n.nnn.
man
the I company in at'd hIe hjly -
pilot on board her. sketch triUm.t'i.lIsitealt reference to :b ho had been PART TIHHD.
o the protJu- ) persons w ,
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Cibovne rrspeciable jrrntlrmaO'a native of Icmd" Ihttsefc. .
t'i1'b 1,." Kith so informs much u\violence that tbe tuiri, and caparhir of a country so tine of the Middle States, who in our all bitten h a mad dog.** Soft|(-.*T.* tall fano. sketch.**
t''j1 dAy nit much inquired ficr, but so lit tic Krtolutionatyarrtpouscd (list celebrated p Vtttrc rosy-,
night* ILl to hu..t in Cir tltit"'t'ttlL 'ELI.lU'rT.1"E.'anns
a pert known. of Ins fasts the (Spas of triG l lent rtz.iSgr.
i ckiats King, and held s a important
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i It"11 of tlc '
Light House. ) .
.\" his services 5.
'tptainsCra1ie f/c jfl/ Gazelle. post in the Itoyaf army. He Convert professional I f TAe **
and rciurntd Sour Victorj- !U. W'u
t'iat 10 _. rrl with frankness of his of peasaeato la. tHe *
o'cluck last evening great principles famM far steeds ef arw.1 .
Lasing motile d'.. hlu.ui MOJjILl ArnJL 8..Jm and motives, and appeared I may be found at his quarter in In-l,, .r1rata .Iaan the 1m,r stCt.uk..
to the arlocu any .Sto"C'tJcsowJngl"ran C /ony-ftr &.n artital this ; hate l ren well ..cq.ai..tC11ith the 1 teftdant Street,opposite Major Bvwi e' n .ita"aiatlol", Piano.; ,>
CLI OUI Ira ui )hc night, and the ; morning from .'(it Itogrrs (formrrly .,.rtdl of that prelude "lt hat been r, r ,idCKr. tgtm II| ' 1y "wid. tCteisbcati 5ngv.
ttt which was ruruin> called KejVrsi) the or E. PI'1Is&cota.Ia..r 4, 18::.-tf Is".p}nMoun.
y weer on coast .disputrd"raid 1 where the
unable Revoiu-j Concert mill fe .
to die'over the wtt'ck.t r Th coeeta+ b1 pattctls.tdr; .
t, l'loHJa, we learn. that on the 24th lion orif naird, ia MassacKuwti. i'|r \i ASTrl:11SNUS11.1. ; I r"rt) vith th* celebrated C&nUU cf *\V'W.
Ltract from the I..o March the island ws taken possession #'Virginia. What era the OpliiMm oft!ore j \\' practice LAAV in Pcnsaro-! Telt"tJur S wi*,n tr>.. ,
Oflltu :otlohat ; hook of the 'of in the name of the United States infcuc Hot ilisla of that Pti'od, trod what II| f f la. Hi Office is in one ends of\ : ( ""'' Ticket* ta be had.t the Book-tore,alt thof
cl'r ;
'tr of wart o p- tom, of urrt" f ban ut tt.t'. CCtllinuualwt, .lloteht, IIoUfIr
by caX U.
ill'SILnll I'crry ibc S. yf' Tliat II originated Ia Ma -' Caps ScvUca) house. I
Ul; dot: wit' the hari 1 r at the XcT rk Co Tea Ilutuo,
i rrbr bSJarL. *atl4Uscttr** wai W. reply **aa4 alZt lensacoa, Sept. 1- 1.a-Jm .
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. IMPORTANT INFORMATIONTo YnluiCtilt tienlLcttcr.I IOFFCI mf professional senieet I LUMBER. WATEKBLTIYAM & FI

4e Soldirrt qf the late army qf the J.ln r.R a M2 S.rd\.kntmro 1.taiucft. and Counsellor at SQUARE r; : \01 1.,. STOIlI L.yI.IYI '

Vxttrd State. and ttther ctfnrr tlfI'konta 1\ rt Cluharnr,Atans t,pat wukcde r Laws tnjr .mt i.near A. Collins Ho descriptions ; EXTtfSln AUO'ntt.tt

ftottntti lind. babies XHh April And far+nrd to tie fienrnl tel. I bal attend the courts in Mobile, PtckeU ; 01

rod Office a.4rvJ,an tsunmiban fwmctl Qlakelr. wet Claiborne and Coneeuh Shingles &:. GOODS
trj" All the military bounty land tobeoJuc. 1 "1t .rift"1 11. "
in the state of Alabama.I For Sale the subscriber.R. .
ill the Slate of lUiouis, which vnrpatctiud H. Abbott. It w n en or before AUR. lit 1818 a.} onrdtt;**ltVifWdt0 rrr 4eit, .. rf ant alMait to prepare Digest of i CLAPP.Prntaeota from New fork, kith they Schooner Ora 111
,
tot raited f. Ht f,.nr h)% ,all be ft1ttmcd t. the taws ,f the State of Alabama ,\uf. 25--tf.HnUtignu ,reasonable terms via: otTer foe Dt
with for the
Ate cthurgrahle u tx year the ("& '.t ahsee.I >HUh are n'" in fot e-. Proposals for : 1 00 btu, nac
<- 18311 I; ami v /r'/,.old fur aura tar In ". Mriiot.is. 31.PIf.aota,3mhatett4t Vuirmlurc.IIKintoicc ImolCt.w. t S bYI2.
which eircuUtrd.JOHN .
will ke shortly ? 11, It b1 11J14 b1 J7"
." the flwrit/i yMay nt'.J"; unless the IST: II. CIIAH.1N. br lU. 10,9 bl II,-1 i :
same shall hate been paid before that I of Mahogany Furniture I pipe: i
Pr iroli, .\. 18 tf1C 1 Cagntao P.rartdy.4tb
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t tim(. \ ,\ \\t\\\\'r: lteVsttrd.1v. JC. and Ba.hteath, rerrltett by I ',10. lIuU..nd/ Gm. pmt _
**
All the military bounty lands in the \,t.--a a r'nan thr jai.NJ.r fff a,. I The Editors of the Cahawba, hr achfKittcr Planter, front Philadelphia I hkit. Jamaica Rum.

slate,,of lUiouik, patented ou'ur before J.n Irsrreatitt.".t taw hM fIl"t't.N.U IlIunt.uillco sad rot Claiborne papers, i i\ now fpt-n for examination at 2kegy ('Cordial
h4.a pserr.felc M II \I' I'S Itltlllt,KM trqaesttd to insert the abuse three I blsCider
August 1, 1819, (tfftit/i it i.brlirt'rd in- I I Mr. JIarm"nUrick Store, on thr 4 Chub '. ,
.
nett tnms t .q-'tn..II/IIt1A. TmrHe time, and forward their bill to this halt nysor Tej4
elude the whole,) arc taxable nits Ira-".Mill M for ilw t. "inl"./tfce'II I:nflke. Bcacb. I chest ll}',on akin <]Q.

1EVK.Bounty/ . -,I prtgs.st', and I. daliw kw rhr ..1) .r I F. II. NISBET St Co. ;o boles Apemu Candles
lands which have been old the tb.t4 or tse at-t1FNaarhnth. TO TKAVKLLKIIH.Mibvribrr. Oct. 29.-tfI :;0 tit) Soar a
c.. ",. HKfWKi . ----- SflO U:,heb Liverpool bflrn'ft
xoldiet if sold -------- s.
by the or patentee* onor Maw* 30 IKi tf 's111: rvdiax on the I t JO firkin flutters '
before the 1st of Au;;. brcomivtaxable - r1 Point at ttw brad of VrltowVa-!f I t\tuY\rs! VnulnY 1O do. Lard I .

the Mine >'car;-if sold after the DOCTOR) IIRONAUJll Irr Bat informs hit friend and the HAS JMsi rrfiitf. d uerthe Mthdnner .\rauto: 10 Lb. clams

} 1st of !,ug. they became .taxable the aMiciair with him in tW frtiMir that be ban tried up a Hottsr awl :U'h.t'. ?\..\"wk. UiO trt.hrl,4tsts i.so
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HAS IVnrh Itmm in pfp llil.k.HIHT. bits Corn
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r I
succeeding year. of MEDICINE John r.
necessary bnildinc for the reception Jan.aiea kwrs.t .ulran+an.l brrs1n.n 1'(1.1. Corn Meal
The tax is.Cine" dollar and irty rcnf I). r.,,"*,:. U. Tlieirshop i% next a. f'OfIt..aklKl" 6r *'*,clrrws.sllr mMh.1Issitsrwl Masks Cheese i i
'I
per quarter section, where the land is door to the (:totcrnor* OlTtce, where il itrrs Un\\ TT"t':t c. Nt lobe 20 bis. suptrfinc RJchtnonl Flour1 -

t seasonally listed for taxation ia the they will devote their time to professional t'Irtrrq hmsos superirr. .C'1. ia bests of 6 bundles hay, '
I third ftatf. If listed in the 2nd class, businmv September 1if.1ESS1:1''EIWUSUN to and from ant of tic Slates and will ew.n r.cb r bbl. Iol.u"s;

the lax is. S2i0 and if lilted in the afford as comfortable aceom H datk>n, > 1 hash l .of tilxni I and rarthcn.raret
.
MAIiF.lttAA1IIKK & (.t'rrfaIlaolestraqu.t..ty 2J Cake Loaf
as a new settling can atTord. .Vutpr.
1st class, the tax is 5329* per quarter country
\ 5i ./J o-.1
IT it general
the intention of the subscribe aucrt"'tllt
section per annum. ( llllt lit lt fi l 1111 \\.t'c\\\\\\\, ( tfn Ibttttr y
Lands hereafter sold for taxes maybe tn Have (as soon as Mmible.) one MoM'.Hutt. Tobacco, IDlli QCC@C( ID
,, .\1",.
p .O/I/1..U" t ".
redeemed within one year from the Larp' grhonatr ri. ;td f.rrllxtt II.edttt I1sms s i

sale, by paying the taxes and cost,, "1f..11.1. faithfully attend 10 any botiitnts -, ss&rkattotakeia30aorxsandluatc.r I1 mitjrIllown me.,'iletl I 4'ptr\'l' it1afIC'n..Uud.s AMONGST "lurnR&

I\ of t rtitruftird to Mm. If And four : 1)airy t1t Superfine and common blue amt buck
with :,an addition SO per'cnl. two oared beats with sails for of
bite eern- England broad tlctirt and Iii?
has on bland for sale low for Cash or CasHioKrt,
GliOlUJK CHURCHILL, nd.J- sir accommmUtion of passengermfrom ami l wirwl littrpool SALT ink figured I'orobajetts black and plain tot

?rnrirf rart/r///r, ///ten, offers sis COTTON, the head of Yellow Water Bay to Pen sat %of 4 and 2 bu.taU tMiteUnl I'urmttirr Oimities fi.h'tlIII1'chtt ddt.
I.adifs and gentlemen's Ht Hi and 9tEsrs irrwhok anti awl baser and short tfllow Nankeens
services, as with, to all those +soldiers s \"
and others who own lards in that state. Shorn of e* vy de crinti<*t. HfttI.a.C.. CASSIS. Its-at.tuantitits to suit pttrtb.uth shams, black. and etJ. Canton Glapaattl
Buys andClifUrent3 in bfettlr*-LAndnn rt aw r\ttur; p"Ct"1t": flag llaiHlkerchtcfs black and
Uitt charge it only 4<. cents per lot NoremiVr 3S.--tf. '.ft (.rt\C, Jjncn tVnibnc, hillock wU
l are Shoe far '; .111 Molly tf Domettle (*oc half section)for listing the toUtn 1|O< .'ati.bnc:
(quarter or o H- 'tush" ('
y A variety rf flrvvlie .11. .VlftBY.T & Cu. lid"'g- of crablpytd
.
great
I land for taxation paying the tax, and .1 plain Hook Muslins, white tDtllg-+lt4I
('umbw! of t"Itrek, c.Urn;
dejcrifrtkm.Plating \
enclosing the official receipts to the evrrj HAVE RECEIVED : I t ttrR% ItiiMia Sheeting bbck ud
C'ard ;it : brown Itollan.;. ).Mwlns IIandkercLtfsevtOi
land outtcr. letters, post paid, ad- eta '''II ....n..
.small ftcfMrb.I : : HiUhUnoes Wk and colored
A atsoftHtrnl of' aril-Ware Ribbons
Con
; .
Mi 1f' it ir. nm s.\t.n.
dressed him about riic-luting 3 hrr .
to as s tt, >at mlK t.imchams Cheeky
and Iverp lc, istittlly 1t ba. Till fo//.oir/.vr coons: Str.pti
doltalson chnrttrtd T o \llIttenun: bran
any /iettf / ftftr 8hlrt.h" Fie.
bank 'in the L'. States, will be promptly I \ \'\\""* uw\ Is"" riCK 22 1U Ttrrrr lib*New*M J llrlr iMJCtMtcrs,. ;near new, lit*. ttrowlt it2rotl' I Shtw'tiniis! f IlritSt . (icnIJctm'n hook and Shoes,

attended tlf, and the orcrpluscredit- of all kind. 9m n jr Itwm Hlrr.Vi nMdfl1.two .\.I) IX STOUR.

ed to the land hC 1dt'r. A & dollar bill 20 hands llMiTor ) 1'.lal.. |f4 Nr
will pay the taxes and oiler charges sale if applied far imttmliiteljrDer. 2f'*, da tin Phditdtlphw. tilt, C dH" v\t bite .c4 Drown Sugar and Mtr> ito-niii, &c. &c.

for two years,and leave a small,balance 3, 1821. -if. .1Ny.Js. .. US. 2j
If iw t .-t.n.t r. Apnl lslJ.-tt
I in f.norof the land owner Wintrier, 3 qr.n L.' "1M. ./mtVt It.rt', remaining of firmer _

sums, are teceivcd in addition to the A X1K" 1t ii-k1sinR to purchaseJ'V 10 .. u w. II.., ..\lot. I.strtatl.n. I \ YttlL SAli rAT

taxnlmd other charges actually paid, the taltialde jtrhilege of a ferry J ipes'h pnsaf epbc. tlw 4. W. .J TUB
and tote| annual agency fee til W t cent across the buy or Pctwarola from lalaffx .iI .bl"iItI\l tt'ines 1\t'w OrksasMr entaIo Swssri.saf '

a lot,'wilt he credited to the laud hol- Street to Navy Cute, may learn the 8 d.11+teRw S WHY sid dry M b airs. S"JC'I'. 1..1f.6tt..l: PENS.tCOJ1 HOOK STORE
future term b> calling the ""vril".1 his 5 Qr.A. I_ I*. H lrita tart'rerrtifTt. .petm a..1 Slotst4 Ctallsra, SIGN OF HIE
der and to the pajmentof
applied 5u 11.tes Cdrt Ptrtrtaa1.11ry \t nwe U .1II1 Vcatoni: ,
.u\'s. It is necessary fur the office. JOHN II. CHAPLIN, ICN t'k k...n..1 gtovssd s.It, )1_nor.stIrbir FOLIO JB1I5LE

i -- ow'nej-$ to inform the agent of his place Sept.-f-tf ./w../er ,,"r/ r/r er.norroif JUI. ..'L w: AN ASSORTMENT OFl1UUtS ,

of residence, the date of bin patent, or j 2J trgy.Ikwl"l. laws(, tU ftt 1t mr '
FOST Kit, 40 I",rgSlpJ, ("r.wa IIM1r ._ 3tets e.:
dec and the ; MTtiuu
l"u1icuar'fusaMc'r ,
mumrd the star fir ME- TfII'r'"ttII'to rxtraaSw.a.srtm.nt V s... Sates :
i tonnship, and in which his n.\S pr ,
range C.nisgrtshiu..r : .fm01Pg "LJIHtla art tar fallvain :
:
: in Uftiwcila, and would
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land lies. })11OOS. 'It1.-r..rthtn.an- Clan. rlami aKrartat Ainrrican State Papers U 1'ol .
"Jrluua are tfBWjfrrwIf lands iIe Itappv. to attend his former patient* I I'IX aotwM of Iey l.otts carrsistinh trt'l.t Nkholton'* Enejrclnpt-dla, 1'*rota.It .

arc not seasonably listed in the iftrrf and his frifttds in geisrral.1'eaarrla l. : I II .a'.."'ri'ldift'tt,ko..aSheetwgrilc5kwk5 ttk's'nccotog.c.l Ii'.ctiomrr! (

i-1-4 class, they arc liable to he listed by the I'rb.. II*-tfIIITH I Vpedssr blw ad w.ct 1ildess t kthw e.)l ),..r,, 'alf/'cod: a 'U..bn'Ol'.lIi..ory; of lUpUsm,
'
-y :- Ilssr.bksrk .1 4riatabk Isixnl Cas.itrrrte,, ,1If'IIt" 6fMNrsnicte ->Atl(>f"hiclk will be Jusephu. t1'orks.
f auditor in the romJ utjri class, awl ti .'\\\Ht"i"r l''nTi1'5.Gll.l.J i 1'sirst 11haIs. %*Jd w* fr CVKor battered fi/r Frtxtucc. Cog:.n on the P.us'on.4,

to be charged with a higher tax. ).- T4 4.4 Mat It" btntta I.tsbts,J.4 sod 4ihksrbrd litft.ooIato. ,3uth Mutt 182. Spectator IJan.blfr,

lars ii ay also su1tj rat the .Utui owner at-.w so 7. daasel+t PhOIs, 3.8to14.1 NOTICE. Eapriefa'"fitters
to the payment of th,rusts i.f a.1 hfrlisinj .' lr/'IJ.';II"LC011 t.hal .,.. aadsarlardTrtksg,4.1Isa Chetcrlict.l'e l.tttc-

. and alc. li b then lure ..liablc .Jl M*|44I 'ti it I.. wps t 'WEAKEN up by the subscriber the W omlu6 tae .teri.i. ,
gr l 1'tSSltrir. arm.nd iraw'sr n.Ttr t JL HHit inst. a negro hl11v ho calls Valuable Secrets Kanwly Receipt Book,
lot oil tlioM.ronrerttcd, to *
pat taMnah "0. *works* rot..
t Mia 6-t t .n4.ar UHiM(wbre.1 trTarhr himself HILLY sji l is about J2
immediate atteiuiou to this iK,tire.I'urchaurs CLASS.coniul ikifaw.s, Is.iti Oi.wtti 1.-s...'. oegru \.tl,)'* Appeal,1..1.II.p,'SpeeeKa .
. J obi.five feet fit' inches
.
or
of HiMty lands arc' mrnnrd- St.JI iU Iteaetrasd.ss.44s ksrhrr.41Mbasn v:11n.a..t _\ years high Un,le"4tr\altf on l.artis
their [ sad l.tsasshsrs, hIsek aryl hay on an old fur hut, blue broadcloth JUfttU Lttterx Pope's works,
cd, that vitbh 1 l will l tht"f' I hays,. dr-blss k sass r 4i,ml itmo bs oai.and scotch plaid pantaloons--aajs ..am"lIb\!
1:0 1.ItXC"r pmtrct ef 8H*Mwn b S IOOIXJQ M.klthn on l' 4 t.cab
arty i-1 sad 64ti 1/rtm.s, rsbpblY.ti I.ees, he was purchased: from the estate of Economy,
lands frogs sale fw taxes, as ti>\ will 1 .pOfJ Jwwd tcb.'>Navigator,
J.poo1
.JII % M p ytrttiw'W'I"Iot sutra I.ntlkf,. IJarbcr dec'U. Saintbr"s
llaptut Maryland,
,t now jSc taxed in the name* <.! tin- aoprtO 2ft.pOQ 4-4 sod fro t snare c.6.4 t"a* k.b. Antertcan Coast Pilot,

patentees\ or soldier, unless listed bjthtirjproper S 23,000: I 44 6-4 I" sod l.a k )Lt,4.1 and 3Ms : county some time in Novcrnt Imltan Wan in the west,
O\\W'I'S. 100 .1.6.a.d JIll inch Ww"II aIl last, by one Sir. Gamer and runaway HaniieS FreetnaMin Monitor,
Deeds of lands thi:1gcnn' I fJO lOU/WO l.IIIIJn.L,ad a twWt.r foefjn.tsh from him between Oakmulgr and "'nntrhn Prosy' Mavmic Chart
bounty unit to 10 OO1J1fiO MAVJIUC X'onstltntions.
will be recorded and returnedto ANt AX ASSORT II 'T nr some time about the last of January -
IOJ Pike.
100 10,500U KxiH-dition. Hrjdone'Tow,
the owner, by mail, for f>3 each,(to GJOeI 214,300 GLASS k LI.ERIJOOI.In: laM. The owner is requested to Cook'Vojag**, >iir;!n.-i.Vs Tn.eU

be paid in advance,) which um willpal' ALSO. tome forwahJ, prote property, pay qatcanbnatr.lrmrets .
all the recording Is eyi Ink 11.fx, charge and talc him away.J. Jo11in'neif.'nt History
attending -
expenses h5ft. l'riZHI.l tickets S I tie T.m> e.nbt', INGRAIIAM. Mather MaRnalla.liikhnU' : .
:, except postage, which must in all \Jt" Ubink S 500POO JOfM4 7.stl lt n+a. lli torv of Engliml,

cases be paid by the land holder. Titlfttt g|4*.<*m ftn/t4ntn.. .\. a fir ss.nd sAt d T*iw si.l uaiit4tr.tsetkatrcb Pcmacola, April U, 1823.-tf. (:..ftl-imith t.iluct.Sno\llJcn'\men,

G. CHIKCHIU. refers those who may Trios only to 'iC drsu.l.. Not two rf"IIK undersigned, Attorney Law Tytter'stcnend Ilata4: .

.- require testimonials of his character blanks to a prize. On the lush day f JL will practice in all the Courts of lr\f kenn-lj.C on Smith.America
West Florida. 11<* be found at his JohiiMOr/j e. rf the Poets
fui may
punctuality, to the fuUowing gvntleinen w ill in the wheel prize
deported one V015. \\/\ chamber in Mr. l'olUns.Uotrl. 11'ctno' Life of\Vasuiiijjtoii,
' t11'illiam- of gsooci; on the Utb d..tflC' prirr laic of Patrick flennCiirran'a -,

L. Stone, I'q. Whiting, of S3WK; on the 2oth day one Lyle"f J\ "r.Nt'"P"ITnS nr.\klJ'RS. J. C. MITCHELL. Life, by hi* OT,
Woodruff and Cuntle and Daniel Fanhhau bailtintotaetbtnpeealortta .MtIIir.Cak..1 September IJtrmVllJ1IDD Soulhej'* IJfe of ,
-
We4ey
SOOO the2Mb of
; on day, one prize Mg f_the consteitrsrrtt u.d ttereet "'atteL'r laws of
: Ncw-York. 510,000; on the 2ftth day one prize or of! fuss,} vn s jonmt).M Men ss Aft "rJu' N'jtionsI'opkinMiit
lC sliscelfancanxgrkt,
? Mr", N rmatid Smith, lUrtfutd, Ct. 6Upuo; and crt the Jotii day, one MR;;UMvbnml |k..n- eaimgr-tmn'tiMj bftW Q HcjV*Op rauc* : ,

nt" II. Crt>sucll, Xew Haven, Ct. prize of S lw/joo.Prize* subjrtl to bed (M>tfmK ndjtJ<.HI UK fIN"lk. FC1V genteel boarders can he ac- lUrton Cullen Jtl1lu'irjfirjr l>urns

Mt!. George Bacon, Philadelphia.; a deduction of fifteen per cntt. Tliirty fx nb hiud.od ekMisl sod fdstt--Tsrytrtbtr.itls"arM a cutspkt.. .. commoditfd on moderate terms, Hrarxle Chemistry, new.ork.teil .
.nI.
4J Met,,,. \\ ehstetTi & Skinner, John three dra iinK%. The drawing about I' .sor-Ea'porsa at,_ottitr.Jan.car1. P'ar. I in a private family. >\ ;, ir on Sv hitisI.vWH.ssvr'i

Boatdman, E. I'. Backus, and E. k E. the first week in Noteutbrr. JII-tt Enquire of the Prlntc". ('hc m tr),
t>7 'r"* > ir jery. Thtmas'1'rtcticr.lb. .
Ilosrord..Uhany. -- --- -- 6, Iva.
- April
The C iA JI'fC" adtanced
w promptly ; an t.1'harntkoluK.t, n.-w ucrk.
E. Peck & Co. Booksellers, Tloches- fur die /'rizr at either of U. (iu.us- v. \\. (ii'aitil.t5tt, \\.,"rI,-), tiny 1mlknnt,
S. : \,E.J'Pltl.tJll..1r \\
tcr, N. V. HK'S Unllrd #. iMtfry Ojfim corner has ,, Talc of Uyl.lu..UnJ\I.6.
(kp, W. L. Churchill Batavia, N.Y of Helen and iubirroo streets, Prttsacola just ircrited an assortment f rrJ.rfJl .' AT /-.nr KcnthiorttaThe 1"1':1.11'_

S. ,B. Leonard, Eq. Oawcgo,11. Y. No. 1.17 Hruadway Ncw-York; COODS: rYMINUEKS his services to the pub. Ambrosjo,or the Monk,

t + Ir, Jon J. Prrndcrpakt, and Her. J. S,.. II south third tl'n'l.I..iladcJJJI.ia .HrtHF Mir and .L dark, Si.pevGarMsiledCa. lie. lib office is attached to hisdwellins Tom Miit tr\l Jonts Lure root, new olZul.ty work.:

1. :' Churchill'. Winfield" Herkimcr Co. N. No. IK2 Market strrrt, llaliimorr; and 5 Fuilw..i:, aa1 MfUcrs tt aanow H 1rtinat ctfnir mt*.l SUhwtt.Utut<> Mr*.. on the .public square, and in n."'h'. Works_.I vob.Hritltli )
Y.
I'ennsylv.nia A%ctiueWa,hinjtotiCii>'. wile and..1th.1 w hilt- i. he immediate vicinity of the barracks. Poets trot,gilt
E. Tildcn, Isq.1'.M. New Lebanon, fcrl, IkwJrtMtt, a.w.rkd cobras; Cabc, do. November 26.-tf |4oI N. V, : Tliis ft\\Lttt\\% A.tiUury, do. r*.e Imh fortes do. ItnratHdi&Cwwfliwrcrnditmdrml Are'* Melodies, d.'.

A. ;Doubleday, Esq. Chctiangu Point! Being under the authority of the Lni .Mua a.. do. H maA do. DOLLARS REWARD.ANAWAY 'rumhuU.s lfurIdoomtid J Porm%
-.mwltl' ,
N.Y1G. ted States, and the l'r l.'I&U floating l. and Canoes ildlP tester MMt' Spanish Cramuur
itwckkiw... J.-Jin silk d VJ.Msi,,as aeted ) from the subscriber Shre eKi Lexicon,
.lA. Worth, Esq. Cincinnati, Ohio. as spc-cifirdonen the greatest inducement f fcrwlc Cd Mack s nd r hit i atin. aback and i I, about the 8th March I last, two negro L .I len**t;reek and Latin TesUmcAA

Mr. II. Dcming, printer, Louisville VChdersand A d%en tuners. Orders Tepts. flbck.S.IK lUndienkwft and fxw dto.lt fellows, one named JAMES the \ '. latin" Grammar,

post paid forwarded to the subscriber t o tstw ,.,.Isk Cstt.n anal otxf other AARON. twr' Introduction
Ky.Mr. They were seen about
Chaunccy S. Payn, Detroit. for tickets or charters, will tt. led:.1 '$ensbbck.ahite ti mixed tail.llo he 23th March .ttimwsrth's li.t nary.
at David Tail Cowpens Ctcer,and t'tr dStnpaot.'s :klp."t;, ,
\\', R. Almond l, Esq. P M. Luray, i trite thankful and punctual attention ,T.iwt asst rnlnartd'ew5dk, latentUQMK&T1C werermade Euct.t,1..b-.yr.'s.$! t"t1JI:
1'1trtaJ.o. it late shot t.TLtud.. ; attempts to apprehend
\ :. from hem, but did not tucceed. James bat Toe ke-- Pantheon Jamic-toiiS r..cwr.t- ,

Hugh Alexander, Etq. P. :. Baton \). UjS'r\r., GOODS. since been taken, and says Aaron intends (it.ihrit'a,Morse's llwujht' & Cu:n flPtieopaphi
Hougc, La. 4-4 Mal Gii.gramti i4 do. d 44M (htr k. .10- ( s .v i I
o The city agent la the Untied StaIea fir do do. 4-4 tc.. 1.IWrb1lt.. J-f going to Pcntacola. He also sacs If aW''", llaboti'j and Root's nthmr
t January 21, 1822.tC7Printcrs . the Manigrr. .100 do. Tnfclc lids BMUMM prai Aaron has changed his name, and call )Iun'"'.Crammar,t;tesder 1rrJllt..
of newspapers throughout sod fm.rdo t., do. himSC'lr7.t"arbnkin ;ralkcr', n.\tiurn".Iun.1 c.
ITT: U. RILLKSPli: ho had the tlottunJbsa&L.S.ltu left thumb ha*
the U. States, by giving the above t.. Kasiws.t ltueev An.ere- ,
of and wr p.n.kt kos.d barn split and i* stiff. Any who : inceptor
auintention in their respective papers, pleasure aching, paying inure ) aeddt C..t tells ftsta ktr. t.,lnlt<"t, will deliver said person llVbsUr Sp.tknjr Books
will confer signal favor the brats Cfl/rlllll'rl:,.. drawn from the wheel I**?,V. iu t OIION'wdis,M.n,ar lllo>lUfcs Aaron to me,'or secure tyiarto ticUTw,:, O&&Pocket nibk*,Rf-**'
a on
drfciiders of our country's rights, and of different Lotteries,within two years, .\'alatp sI nlrntea If L....1 nd.IRM tim in s.me jail, and give information I Alan theStlhvftug frtnth 'forti
than other vender of flckrts'in t that I get him shall receive the above
A-
will, doubtless, prevent many of them any HHOKS N'1) HOOTS; re"ud. life of. pt.rrun. ,
from merica. The following are some of Lcbniit *'1*leu. i11..ka
toting their hard-earned b aqtf
'iunty.AMERICAN (iatkaran 6t.e Ilnots JOHN
- them. ask! WwfS ll ys do. 51.\TtU. '('): Lab m a,
do. .0.lr sad'srtsIJapss1iL.Cti,. ..te.u. The Floridian is requested to INucm's U.CtHKKOiT,
of
1 Kite
HAKKKY.l.'o. prize $sopaso 2 da.uf StO/kX)
'beca.tr, dm K 01. i Sol 1 man.. ilo.Nctt .ypcnrwt the t atl'01't-tbtt "ttnut1t Grammar H tcrtiaes bt Fblcr.P.hcs' .
1 1"srdcrib.lr; tuingo,.. II.k.d the baking 3 do. 30/J00 2 do. 25/XXJ cell d Tslw 1's.dks, 6f Hosts, Ilan.npptt.o e motions, and forward: ,nook.Tocthrr .
'. I; c..ubli,1.mC'nt or ".,.., '', )S'C.SnUllI'ry. 2 do. 20,0005KX 4 do. 1 0,0002XX cw Asrw their bill to this Ofijve fur payment "pcUin"; tf
.... .. 'JfP..t
in l' nwtciiU .V H. lUabnvCmiDS bE --- -- 'mills a gritral at
< rr j r ifMl1y inform the e4Urrn 14 do. ) 2 do. ) 'nil cold sec theKTTAILORING
..!ut UK-IT tire now ready to furnish thorn tm 240 do. IIJnidcs i00 adr.tn.ortabk tttmt. ittltirA irf Ai\m\iusiT\\\on STATIONARY.

liberal term with an immense number of small- BUSINESS OV the
IJr auiCttxckvrs\ .ftY! lea, cr .nus.If .\ ally extftued ft He aierr/i/d rr. Porkers h."Ttnj( been panted to the un. "O..SlSTl"G OJ.-
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t r'>ewd by the honorable daloMer of therosy putt'I -
&c. iVntarolt, 2d Oct. of HenweoU,they k rxbr iYC nctice that ritlnjc and Letter Paper bIIortcda

: These desirous cf Ulinj;their Itread,win please GOOD CYPRESS SHINGLES Ml h* ftrcMtAt* books surd napcrsarc dcp Dons I C>p uing,n.t "Copy Lt wts, Pbl a,nl

, apart kt the Itfckehoiite,or at Ute torc of TLo .,: S.l'ilrnlluil'r J.JJf/atrl, fda StLLr tit in the bait cf(I. K. Cato .. to whoa t.1(I (' Catkj'J.muO. lWu1I1.1t.1ra .

IIlk.hOn at tl.c)Iatkcl.'ALTJm ITfeROKERSand .JaJff 21-t1' vent is mpt 4tal to be made and aU person ,Pocket K'w.% Slate ,, lk ,
PAGAN fc CO. sworn interpreters harinyC clsuat sgsiaft the dcccsnd are ftfJ\le. ladan llublxr.:taCny:/f*. rtlfra;

Fctuocola, January 2.. 1822.-4fI'HINTIXO _____ Jt 3 translators in PettiiCbU Their S\\\l'\\\ug Article & kills ted to pn scat then Above,in onler tlat titer I kr. Cork and PooXet InkiuaJ*. b'dk.scs.
i office! t. on tjbe great square, opposite rA111" dicbi.rpL ko &c_

the old i tertiment house, tit li (\\\ ;, I t W>,. HAILSI FT, 6cnwCfJL.pril U1, .

Matty rleCutrIlotthtr ..Jict.l' Ptrisacola, 5tpt.embu:2.-II' For sale this Office K. II. TOSTKR .
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