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 12, 1822
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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Volume ID: VID00621
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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praLl-un wtvtvKV and rapiditr. lie rcjrt the tune thai prevails may contntate It* tvpitie her of rotations, calculated! for different j ito our soil and climate, and a fearful
MCIIOI.AH k TUXSTAI.L Continuance.fJnib taught him by tits mate,, though! of ( *. From the a'nf'tC':r t for t,e circutnttances of soil and market, atf' belief of the necessity which aJiri.taharbts. i*
.U CJ ptr cn.ti annum nat(in thediactrtion.dn :)- of the diilor considerable (ientfh; fully and fAiihful- ,mitt.pin. du the tt a"iiri't '.p.lie% of fortatioua periods bf time, and extent will be reduced of raising

*,. 'up te the'Chlr&'C of.U, eara4rr.u ly. He runs (n thequitcringwf the <,fuocl 't"uil a legnmjiHW* pftfct ; what fields. The agricultural community, some vegetable lay to preserve their
\ rpplcatnat: fur TM ri.Mmw.nHM M is Canary, and thr clear w hitUing of tar '; th.- earth contribute* t" the plant in a In'the Southern states are yet prejudiced lands in heart. Deep ploughing and
tllIl1f1aJlit.t with the advance payment or U c Virginia Nightingale or lied &. , Baser ind state. is r. t'W'will not be foraardcd. with such suHri.r execution and ...IIfoj j j msturiftt, fUHI."n. \t f'iiSsrnr that, -jexts 11& piofitablr, though rxhausang I : auxiliaries to any project for restoring -'
that the tnortif songster feel their in niaturiOf its Md.. a ,-*;;....tt.C"hlp article* far the purpose hr introducing fertility to soil. .
O\ 'r\\ own inferiority and become altogether i I is slowly pH tre.4it'UK e"rta east,- one thai is barely c on*,'ntcnthu; ameliorating (Signed)
Qc, London Mar of Ilecentor M tilent. while be terms to triumph inj j I t1nu. f"mi.1ti"s bff gS 'i1"' w*" in its character: of substituting DAVID P. IIILLHOUSE
Il thrir defeat by redoubling his exertion .ttvtt, which the atMs..thereh.tiH ad .+ a ,t'.'$ lest, in lieu of an impoverishing
Jfl1iGrau'k .fJleu! to Scorla4d.el fttttf County Ga. Aug. 13,1821. .
.fn *. I Ii i d( fast as as M .ailm,t tntipmttiefit will crop. 1 mutt remark that if '
++rna1hC' l'H.J1wru.tjt..J.! I i i This excessive fondness for variety,!i ib I admit. 1 1 ewe we swr gtrcn *JN! ripe rest is not frequently granted to soils P. S. Appendant to what 1 corn-
AKMientfUfct1.iwW : ..wicr, in the opinion of sotre, inju-I II fit u i Ilk.h.e sine of ar.%. lr.it'. that Carry e' austing crops, manure in municated to the Society last year on
y \itA nill Cheviot rnwuutua* blue*. ,i I r r't hi* *ong_His elevated imitationsof jtuuNpstsit, closer, lu. talAtiEr'...i4.itLUhb. large supplies muM ISe &uhstituted.Tbi the a.rot in cotton, I will observe that,
i he Brawn Thrush are freijuenily in- in their a4h.nud stage. haysas every planter will soon have occasion that disease makes its appearance this
j'mtrvvll, the Mil of JflonniM dealt, : I III.t trrsupted by the crowing of corks tall, ftkndvr *tei**, and few Jcatet, afford tft observe. E en with a rest of j year, under so many different drcun'i -
,Vi .tt"IIN'I ft'UOWq'Uraea in wUv nod-,g. and the warbliugt l of tbe Blur bird I uo shelter to dew that f.. .. .ttery fourth rear, manure ought lu be i stances of soil, season, climate and cul-

g -'.II.:}*'U blilliewnie hat e lo 'd M> Iwg. mewlsOar ,\ which lie exquisitely manages, are titit it ronte<]wrntly e iHralrd by the!'[applied tn the succeeding corn or heat I Sure, promising extent or diminutiot of
1 mingled with the screaming oftwsJlows .uuA..i"g sun. bm l40iniK crops! but application need not be'sosburrddsnt i avages, as entirely to fiaffle any efiort
*, ra-ew'-lLjebroornyl'lfinknowes, ;, or the c.a..klinJ uf bent} amidst .If..t'd shade and shelter to* sail new : at if bo rut \tai allowed. I have been able to Tnuke, to trace its a
Whlot' th;nc AUk! 'WU'bfU'g1'\1W lrarest. 'i Uie simple melody of tne Rubin, we are lulling up-' or under thtm, it secured : U dexter as the year of rest it protracted origin or limit its progres. We may ..
11. t Ix.an'I'M"n\CIt't' Girt and .toet how**, suddenly surprised by the thrill reiteration from evaporation, and the earth a>>- will be the necessity of an in. probably hope for mitigation of the
.- 'tt it It
( 'ng ; of the Wlsip-poor..ill j while torbsiu llttllN.u and tap routed plants created sspplr of manure. evils of this scourge, in the powerful

The Itrttte inewtoJ the bonier uteri : the holrUtll Kiltdrer,lilue Jay,Martin are all of the legumihous tribe,and are The first course I propose is a three. operation of the all powerful operator-
1"\ul C4rt Vi aninl* tc 11Th 1 i and twenty others, tucccrd with more efficient in dividing and pu'ver: shift, (allowing as many fields as years Time.- .
insrurV KT*'r I the /sl'at's. utter, such Imposing reality that we look itiog soil than fibrout-rtoted pilots to fill a course.) in the order of I. .
To earl.,w ails fr".all! ]i round for the origin Ji, and ducotrr, IIhuidt'HHI crops are essential tu the Cons, 2. wheat, J, cotton. The fourth WASHINGTON.. '

jj; Ural (/f the brae su 4 five* I -r in this singular concert, is the admirable cvnvenirnl aloe, and much oflhe toil corn. J adrhe manure to be applied "
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TH.! .<.t11.riapping' tor f orub bird now before us-During of every farm it tuiuok to their emy jear on the wheat: Held, !Firoad- ILL of GK1I8/UL
Trust bear*u*fstr Iwat the! tins exhibition; of hit pow :n, he 4fV.h. It it, then-forr. nece"s.ry that east. II put cotton after wheat, because .*/.vcro> t9 the. Emperor of'Afr.rocce. .

\\'. pk a wi. end .ti1ct t d i vltuultl I iptvkd his ings, expands his \4i1ahd turti an iHernity he ttabl s 11 in tbe it the ttubfe be ploughed in We have t
A'lamtttutrint: t.irnw bimscif arounJ the cage in all tultrtatsn cblmilTerous and legottinou early after the wheat it taken ofT, itforms received from Paris a copy
\\'i: l il \'c tte' t-,to man nocur a,oev, the ecstasy of enthusiasm teemin,< plants, at will least impoverish a good pabulum for cotton and of a work' just published'(Aaufrage dye ilost '
"IC' ,tl> dim .pa) not only to ting, but to dance, keeping the ."&. A frequent repetition of the I cotton it assuredly the best preceding; Britt f rsnjur La 5hAA;,," .IU W_"
oft the west of
time tw die mcjisurv of hi* ftnu, c. Uuibin Mme crop even uf tne le vmntons crop for corn. N'o rest It allowed in coast Africaon the
U *t 'al; onar Might *iff*$*fc 3uth May, 1819) Ring of
inaj I an
natite and domemlicaud slateduring tribe should be avoided fur cite kind this course therefore mutt account
..\,,! .ioc icli our.\-...td Liner, hits ; manure: he captivity of of the
Wlii-n we,or our*,fufprt diy IzSf.e, the solemn ttillbess uf night, nsun will cenamly degtner if rrtcatcdiy keep the toil in heart dv.i..ghf"rotutiotr. in the Desert of Sahara some mariners
c.1 4n jftiaudof! tiur , mat
t'lsetl by a reputed author tu be crops, paaturinthe' fields or any of respecting the city Timectou,
Our" tuti*'c Uw,our native rate, ( 1'imbucwo.This work, written by a
with infill them is considered detrimental
M-retiadrs us abe iiteloni eight a lily appliraUk- to red closer. as to
A loujf, a Ijot iwLcu! Charles Cochelet "
full of bit oral making leidrs the benefit of iucrrastd the object of one of the crew, i isaccompanied ,
}':,,er1l tol> "",) |'t,idtilal display pawns pro- changing or routing with r '
....Hir'und't mountain blue I I tier \ ,olc neighborhood+ ring wnb bisintmitfeblc duttiua, under the system of rotating crops. The second course it a tour a large map of the
desert and
-, ., '. -- .- mcdlty.TKOM ___ I ropy, there it another advaatate derived years ,rotation -I. corn, :. wheat-, 3. great, and several the nlates.surrounding countries
from -U'ilivn't American Qrntlhvlitfi that may not, commonly, have I cotton, 4. rest. In this course,! admita French
I .j It I e L ttl'C it\: h--- journals give a very high character cf
THE MOl-KiMi HlliU. burn considered. Calm Qeuustad c4Otniinat year rest, that is, a year free from
The plumage of:the Mocking Bud, r- THa .d"OI.\ aovrr.atak erupt are often subject to tillage, or treading by stock under any it, but we examine have not yet been able sufficiently .
though none of the homeliest, !> has imperfection of seed, or ravages by Utett cirturmtanrcs, and propose the ap- the two volumest so +
as to ascertain its
iibihmg gaudy or bis Hi mil in it ; jand- tctioa. 6) ("ItHUnj.d to the rite deterioration by reason "f plication of manure on the corn field. only insert the justice. We can ,
bad he nuiaing tlc to tecoiumend' /'./."** .'If'." .{I tady, bit ntitational int r may. Tliese' evil Thtt manure to corn succeeding a year hitherto following extract-a
him, wt,uld scarcely cnlille hit,.< tu -/tl.. I, iP.dutfiw, lNruru aetrw are increased by reu&tib: the tame of rest, will make the advantage to unpublished letter of general
hotter, hut his figure is well pttijtwi- me&ktr* rc* 4tf1* "iI.... *rtiek>t on the tame .pure of ground the soil more than equal to two years hammed.Washington to the Emperor Sidi Mo- /'

ticticd,atul even L jndiu c. 'i tauw, Next lu 1M r ptvwr ,trmi, of work for it i it to fine stated, that seed and rest} and the lhr crops will partici- The writer ;
ele l .. nrc, and rapidity ofhu nlin. $u.c. no brancii "f irtcis r.udttrufllWitLartd(3 lint ate apt tu degenerate nder such pate freely in its advantages. Cotton [ minutely details the
in*, tin? anltt.tiou cf lit* I'yr.} and ; more Ht trrUliio W..A.judid.l4S ",.. utter-and *iy repelled crops, nut*- stalks arc permitted to remain on the meant through which this document .
into his
the ssstrlittnec hi' dhlI1a"IiI' t/httvs. of i cro; s. hoe liWft IK- a cap.. J"" i t.. den fiatiMi by insects, these field in their natural or upright position came that the African possession archives, which'show, '
ii-t-, and I iit..>I Up U'kMHi fioncveiy alju, :l u:j IH tue well, either nuial or aC- air ciKoaragrtl t. deposit dear egg until the gr und it auout to be cai- little) for
the records of their ,
spec'ic 1 of the frathctxd fh..L (Iratu, 10t'naMit ,nctoesb 1. tor IU' "I and make tlirft abldlftg place cou c- broken ty; fur corn U month kft.rWimls. Christian relations with..
tiou'witbti hu hearing, kie billy, : rapt "IUU UtrwrHft on a tvunurk pro- n'.t lu for ''..rt'llIr their ravages. The third Course will Ewing a lIow5- powers.] The translation. .
u.-niMtifj| and mark the prci4.1 rut buts.. 'fitly adva.4iF \+uts bard. A rotation of erupt it completed by recurrence of crops every fourth year, -
c" fir y rui To these .lua1it1 ttr then .t rvtrrb "Uti ab .. a* .K- i isatrrc..." : the set i ral articles "f I instituting pea or rye fur the year Great and magnanimous Friend, .
nu.ucld that of s \UICt' furl btpitp.attl r'thind. so 10 atfrrwatr rlsr9b taS 'v.U prottrrre on the tame Grid. for a term wf rest in the second coarse. Since the date of the letter, which . ,
tuuf.cil I, and capaU'.c of ai uc..t ,t"4&.' 1ft .t I 1-n4 f. . t\ery inoauutioii,fiats the ckr i.' dI, I 'at actir'turtult* tote rjruundl (vrip, (c'tioH, Cum and wheat) on or mixed, to be sown broad-cast: .aid ,addressed to your imperial majesty,th low ioiiv of the Wood Tttruit tu u r ,. i,41 as tatty' In m4* loJHr I':"'. mue fieM. A, I U, and C, tie fi'ti year plowed into the earth, cither in a succulrnt United States of America have thought '
Sa'C fcvj-tiinj of the hall l.|(Uv 1(. :'<' Uhltf rwttsng .f lW" bMMSJetI. r A I."'."" c.UOft.-JI produces corn orrnalurvd state f"rthe purpose proper to change their government, und :
the tit .Mre and acccut tie Ctlfuil| } +,sunthe, IM..I kur.rd. t.d .(" award, and C grows w heal--the second year of fertilization Without year's entire to institute a new one, agreeable to the
follows a.is originals lu furry, .I.. cm, mbc$ .cI. Miwi kiwi .f tats" art .\ firoHttces flora D, brat,and C, cot. I rest, or the labor and expense,and I constitution, of which I have the honor
sw<'i-tness of rxptrssiun lie girAil} heat y in larch di.(i% tiwfi' UH carat for tun-tur third A produces wheat, II manuring in hill drill, or broad-cast of herewith enclosing a copy. The time I.I
&&tqrun'| upon them. In his 't.dlu' + net asary 'U'1,1u.., swat ..ut air mo.t Cotton, and C torn.-"I run the rotationit !this plan will answer tbe purpose, besides necessarily employed ia this arduous 1
Butts mountetl on the lop of a tail. lm1Wrtst, tII the Mil,. liflaka" lucy rttttle rompi .'I. because each field in itt i affording teed enough of peas task, and the derangements occasioned s l F

Luiuor luir grown tree, in the ,d. .II' Ktu"u-rillHr dr.1IIn" fr n tar I torn,.bat grown e.JUota.coru and .h I and rye to tow another field! of the by so great though peaceable a revolution .I
of dewy murniug, wniJe ihe wx'di] air' ,rarrh or hint ally alit Ain 5 tLc.i produce i:sr'.rst plan for rotation cannot at'l I tarut' sizt'o This course hat something will apologize and account for t
I-r.dy: rural, with a multitude of I:lei'ar- t' ails the soil Cram whkn ti b1eb. has adrniralale sung rises pet tnunent tmurishmrttt was tlerited. All filattts "U"f )ears. Observations and corn- I it. In these courses, 1 have those regular advices and marks of attention ;
o\er eH'rry r.a.lUlKt| tur. TIlt rare 'o Mot draw from the eaitli the a..n t I I..i. wilt enable firmer to deter- supposed a whole field for wheat.- from the United States, which i
can listen! to lib music alone* to huli j quantity "f itouiisbratnt-tor fottMi "', Issue. in a few jean, what courses are This perhaps may not be desirable the friendship and magnanimity of your
that of the otlior kcciuaa lUCk arciin-j jpaoimcnt. r'e will grow' well on soil that ..*i II 'Iw.tt nrtMJurtive ; but a longer term The. field named for wheat, may be put conduct towards them afforded reasonto
Neither i& his attain o
b""t err lni Jtin'. His own uUttic plants requ-re the same deicrre f.f t touriK- are L-att il po1rr ag. or oats. United States having unanl> l
tiutos, liich; air rasily difctitij uikhaltle livjti<>n-ihr roots of so nC JM-WU VI-I those crops (tajt an author) The fourth course proposes a roundor mously appointed me to the supreme
b) such as rite well acquainted 'with the hard earth which ottiHv u.n. Ifill which require a light soil, should wake five years, over five fields, I. cotton, executive authority in this nation, your '
thol or our\...1.tOU5'.m hiitls&ire hJ1r1 rest ujrfin. A soil i is kom at,1 t full, and varied its food fut u pl.n' i ..ttu.% tws w, *+*rr wr. ." My idea of the object of cUe peas,vetch, lentil, or tome I78S, which by reason of the dissolution '
liua lli. Th*y consist wf s'turtxp 1 for massy 'tutu )rafts, tI..U.1 altetnating: crops, is, to bring the ievrtalntetailing such article.In of the late government remained '
cssions of 2, 3, or at the tn'lt' to IK- cult*'IInl upon H-whei. there j, crops that best grow on this shift, two great ameliorations unanswered, has been delivered to me. s
s. .ir 6 a'lIahlc1I) generally intrrbed may br still in that %*IH* 4I, .b Hdaat !j jttuurifthrtHut j different toils, into occasional cal are introduce, i. e. red clover and'. 1 have also received the letters which '

sp! ,-- with iiuiUJiofii, and all ftf thetnot tai oiurrjuirtse .rih"!j linn on the tame soil with advantage buckwheat. The clover is sown, say f your imperial majesty has been so kind _
"Mi'd, with great emphaMS and ra..pi- a dtfiVietit food from mat taken up ,.) to the crop and without iajary to the with wheat after the corn is off in Uil, as to write, in favor wf the United '
i jh', and continued with und miui..hrd tt.c fist crop. ;. s ir iuuc for half an hour, or an !". 4r, ati 1 It will be a fond Irneral rub to con- \1 firms embracing (to any considerable and the clover grows through the t'.ubble. I Tripoli.nd 1 present to you,the" sin- '
at"rd'. His ,expanded winad tail tide t. sill 'u"n.I1''I' f'nfttll .as s''rt'rc. e ttrnt)motr than one kind of toil ; and In July, 1823, the clover is ', acre acknowledgments and thanks of
gl- t-nnif with w''itC', and the l,U'i)"it.t:; and all WJ'U"'IH9U crifjis a* nttM in if the above quoted author's rule mutt ploughed in, and buckwheat immediately j I'I' the United States, for this important i ?
I {jai'iy of his action ati *.'I..Z, t...' ejets their itirrations on the Srf. Tur first otvt ail a fatmrrN crops must be confined town down, alone, or mixed ,withpeat |mark of your friendship for them. w
: \lis! bang'moil *'iesitjbial) J.r4 tar kind of crop, wHfmt* '" ift1ey. c.m.Set. to the favorite ofbit tail,w he t her vetch, or ntils-ftap this in I I We greatly regret drat the hostile e
nr, bl' twerps l",ul1ll with .ist.sutipst. <' r u liways rultivaled fui'Mnd, biv/i they be of staple articles or not_ October, and plough in the stubble I disposition of those regrocies, towards
r,\ >Uc-y-he nxiuiith and d s..enb iii|,< n togrtbcr U..uJC the wiwje House good farmers object to introdacindention preparatory fur cotton ia 1324.-In f i this nation which has never injured '!+ i
h,' *u-: swells or dies unay ; :uH. 'ft crop att4 rr|uirr a tiaiu4aiMous aitd into a routrdof crops, giving this, is a crop every year, yet about them is not to be removed on terms in '
tnv fji;,-!i.l Mr. Ban ram has ..l u.lfu.. .tev n.ttl tpp Mpriati, ii Irons Ute rattb a rule of the tame ..thor." AH plants two years rut from June, 1822, to our power to comply with. Within
I ly xprrKfd it, *'he hound alult(with .nd at..r.1)tlt'u. to 1ft3hU' t..m.Ctrr ,that hear an oily sr-d, rub the soil ol July, 1821, the ground is not made jour r territories there arc no mines
the r.ftrriiy of an anou, a* if to recovet t .ls |;I Altid. unit rt+.al*tfws t C/lf Ic-tht'ta.. much of Its vegetable fuvd.** Admitting bare, nor is the toil impoverished. The i cither of gold or sliver ; and this i ,
or real his very &oal!, expired; in. llie. t'u- vifctr u1 tin plant U'.ok" It dcojs, this position to be altogether correct teed of clover is gathered the year I I lyomig nationalist recovering from the 7t s It
141 clevatr strain." While renting and t:sr trod rare its hatd-lalutwl pro- ,ration is too valuable an article to succeeding the wheat crop.-For a fifth I waste and desolation of a long War bas ''
t\tn\clf.: A<,iycUnd, dc,tttulc ofki'ht, ;'nr-thc chief oltjccl: of its 'ultit.11r;! rejected from cultivation ; and, ilt rotation, 1'name a ti.t shtft as I. corn, I not, as yet had time to acquire riches '
would suppose thai the w'qul lp feat eted tion. The exbal.tio* of ktmo\ptterir Ven into rnltitation, I tee no reason J. cotton, 3. wheat, 4. clover, .. clover,I I by agriculture and commerce. But our t
ht' had assembled : :trial and food is from again, 6. buckwheat. This course is soil it bountiful and our industrious
togrt'-ier on a J C'artllytt't..bll' cxaaustin ., why it should be provcr iW l a pri- .> people .
of skill, each fttnving to produrt liiitmust ,+| to the aril, as wrll as to the plant vilegr of ahr.nityilh other crops lrtaimmrdiatrlr still brttcr'lctala.tfd than the preceding ; and ere have reason to flatter +

\ effect, to jn-rfec jtte his l ijtuUHe -'. fuf in cues '"', 110 rtt,re.iiHf( or h'- produrtivc. Hut if the far improving a plantation or:1 ourselves that we shall gradually become .* ,
tion,. muny li"nc. dt'n'I' ,.tbrspt.rtsran. invigorating juices .ietw*. *
and rnds him in 1W.tcli of earth in ivripmciiU<#a. c..uh.li "ruul the mutt imporerithing crop raised in on cotton ground (say in December) The encouragement which your majesty
birds that perhaps are not witUm nuU's ttopn, bo.ee,,< rte ni.t impiveti* the Southern Stair If the rule be and retains clover two whole years, has been pleased generously tdP "
of him, but whose notes he exactlimUatrs > ers of wit. ,( t..kt' vffin a gar ft star.I,correct, I do not agree that the rule iti and also from June to December of the give to our commerce trith your dominions
;even birds themsclies are frenrntly '>rf ![ imposed on by tbi admiraMe and atmu"iibrre mature their wd- agree that flax it an impLverhher, but i I for the buckwheat year. Chute; cut have caused the treaty with us to be
n "-ur, and are decoyed by the f.n' ted But in tlttsit(.t, the puqHwi f rulii- I insist cotton to be an amclioratcr of| green and cured is more Valuable food r observed, and the just and generous ,
kUko( t'ocirmate; or dirt, witti precj.piutioh v.tiui* mcb crops is nut Mtswcird ; the |ll.* soil lam certain there it no crop | for horses and Cattle, than a full quanitiiy .I measures taken in the case of Captain
into the dentb uf thickets, at mi&lu'Cd wdof w brat ..arlr),n.x. kc. 'inltitated in the Southern States tul I I I of corn blades, and half a portion I Proctor, make a deep impression on
the srreamof what they suppose lobe are the objects *ouHi for in tbdr f ult'uution. :id for fallow, (or the preparation of'of corn-and buck wheat far better the United States, and conftim the respect
tie Sparrow Hawk. if ( uf u'r' fl.dlf' un' and the the ground for an ensuing crop) at .than common wheat, for all kind of 1 for,and attachment to your imperial 1.
The Mocking Bird loses little of the grass may Iw prew tied, but tl e fruit is cotton. Its root penetrate deep and .stock. That while the soil it restingand tl majesty-
power and energy of hit iutsg by fonfif lost.Vtit erupt will prtniufCanurtion Ltt'atllC' tenacity of a close tttlaaalum improving profit arises from its It gives me pfc&sureto have this, op?
(:)( In hit domesticated stale 4f Sail, moat uf jw'-fn IK:commences his i c..t"C'"J.f"oll, br valuable for cult;rat ion. Lrjpimia* the soil and save the light particle of I mention is" /.cotton 2. cotton, S. corn, that while remain at the head of this

it it impossible to stand by uninien-st.,, uus 'crops, (eras, Wans, potatoes, duo fertility from exhalation by the ion. t 14 wheat, .. clover, 6. bu wheat orpfas. nation I shall not cease to promote ;
id He whistles fur the dug Cjetar- ter, bet;.) bating generally many brand and its profit to the planter muss of' Here |s cotton two years soc every measure hat may conduce to the I
starts "pvas! his tail, ui.i runs to and expensive !meta,, end enjoying a propriety and necessity be weighed In cmively on, one field, '(ia my judg friendship and harmony which so hap
II'ret his ,master; be s'qui-aks: out like a : rctipnocal intercourse with the eattb, its consideration I trn, therefore, test art advisable oftne,) and a- new pily subsist between your empire and
hurt chicken, and the ben burrjrs about 1 1! by the action with hani:1J wings and briitled (u- juices, do nut ope ale fcetrerr ly on the 'into 1 tTstmjof rotaticm. Clover'U 4ulf two yeas a proprietor, happy in every occasion of convincing
tiers, tlurk'nt; to protect her injured Bail that hears tbtrrn. Thrir fruits are In order that various opUiont tbd and bucJt wheat prepares for cotton. majesty of the high sense which
brood The liirkinjr flf the dog, mew- matured not toprtber) r., bat in parts prtlee' may 'he adopted with the, Clotcr has been introduced to the attention tin corumQo with the whole nation) '1
, Inv of the cat, tie ere4king .ta hashing an4 wunibcr, as *o accurate ol serrr slew ofeuSl U.' Vn' correct coarse oa,, off>Uttt rt: .U farmers, from entertain of tha magnanimity, wisdom. .

"b !IbisrroN.; grrtr. gr ts>r truW J[will remark Just u atmoiplien experimental rctiha I submit a A fc rv%*J, kaowled e of& adaption and beuevolevce of your aaajcy,
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In thrcuurceoflhcQpproacliingtrtuA.T able obstacles to such a state I To answer and tunic skips, to rate not lest than, piratical nursuJrr upon oar conimerr t his i arrival that they had :
.; thr \ation.all..rgibtl1rlhicb is ,bit inquiry, nehatrLui little experience. 4* f uns each, infl nHn, oar 74 anti .. the run,mittee believe it would thin morning, in a small '
culled by the formername of CongrrsV) There is certainly n'urh rncouragcmctit thtrr 4 4 put ships,anth ritft! by a pees tx unwise to break upon the fund for piratical craft, Sony with cote ten I tight
i .' will assemble,and 1 shall taker arc that to twpc for the bet,from tlb... TIt l'rt sadrst was also au- the gradual increase of the navy, even with twenty, and some with (, tae
I nothing he omitted that may" be ncres the fact that therherukeenatirntshlrh thorizrd to prornre strain rn;incs :and for such objects; and therefore recom- each, and that the launch, Pinnate tbrtrmt\
Ji nary to cause the correspondence hetween has made the greatest progir** in education I all the imperishable material necessary mend the adoption of the following re yanl I were then ashore, with all
our countries to lie mainlainrfanr hu also made the greatest towards for b.iidin.< and rquipping thntr solution. / hail the crew of the Enterprue ate
conducted in a manner agreeable this desirable Mate, but the ';- steam battcrirsand, hy the 4thsrctionof AV.WtW, That it i is expedient to fcuard; the pirates. As the Irtatenrj It
I to your majesty and satisfactory to ul pcrienrr which it affords is jet imperfect the art, It ..% rtu.-WC'd that .hr modify the act entitled An act for did not remain on board more ti11l
I the' parties concerned in it. They hate adopted writtm provisions moneys afpropriatrd by this art shall the gradnal inrrrase of the navy: of the minutes Capt. S. was unable to Err
, May the Almighty bless your imperial for their juitfrnmrtit ton copy not V transferred to any other objrctofexr United State,'* ,oas require a part further particularsbut II fie 1t1l1'
majesty our great and magnanimous of which, with au rattan of letter tidflure." Bt the act of the 3d of the annual appropriation to br expanded -I that the brig had a crew ot 1.0 stet
J friend, \\ith his constant guidance from the th'.. Mr. Steinrr. a irpectablc M art h. I asi. intt ail of the artf'fptia. in the construction of vessels and one half to guard the pirate
and protection. )Moratain who ides 1Iitt'd the nation don rontrinrd in the OI" of an inferior force to those now authorized thinks the number of the latter
J Written at the city of New rkthe at the interval ttflisrtat, yran and mm of SfetV1" rr annum for sixyrart { by the Maid law to he built.Rf11EESTI amount to nearly ont AUdifdlIzV. DntIt.
1 first. day December, 189. ,states the pwjjprr ubicti they hate alas r-pmprialrd to tatJ1lntu ..- ... .._. f .
,,4 WASHINGTON.' made in that thins arid which accompany rftVrt the purposes of the said act; and I ('. The brig James Murdoch
-- this report, tnaiVrd It. I wouMrspectfully that the *bol of this sum will be rrMUtrrd from Philadelphia last taiktt
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, CONG RKSS10XAL.IK rtferthe 110... ** furnUhing iJVontplne the objects contc-m-I .try-1 he naval committee JaKo, with (says Heirs tor.
t -, -, the best testimony of the actual plated by these! acts. That, pursuantto has introduced a very important bill in I!valuable cargo, and forty GazetteYi TetJ
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from \Viikliingiun City Uutr.INDIAN relation to this branch of (f1ahf1)l
, I progress hirh that nation list made the instruction arid objects of these public eft"J J being mechanics of ,
CIVILIZATION.A towards civilization Thr zeal of the lawn thrrr hat been huUt and rquipt (rues. It provides, by one section, employed in house buildine.every dt'cHp\tot
I ri-portof the Secretary of War,of the ,. Chcrokrrs for iraprotewent, and thee oar ship bf the linr. t iz: the 1'nlumbusi the dismissal of a number nf navy officer derstand they have their We \
sores hitherto devttcd and t"nued for tb progrcn winch they hate math, art ad thrrr ha* ken built and launched I *, ami the creation of' one rear ads1mirojive paid, and 8:00 per year, pUai ts
1 Cultivation" InduiA'n-iUm, MiU the Ltd OJio,1 ,.* MM/.rr*, ninttmt toftr -
4 further rviwrcd from the I liberal I protision ihrrr ships of thr line, tia: tl r i and lodging.
r tcd & for a school fund f.r which tin !last the North Carolina and the Drkwarr, 'i tartar, / torn rters rsAimuaMf -
Jioute of Hefirt,enialtvt Feb. 11. treaty tutu .m.ratiti..1 l"n the Inch of' and me friyaieat V.ashingtnn.the I.... 'fl.eye.",e,* Aumt/mt awtlft" Hctittnt, ARRIVAL orTtitSTEAM-BoAT E.IOU.f
:JJrj'AKTMRKT or WAH, Marc.li, 1619, stipulates* ami the far: tumac thai there is now on the stocks r.1'hr
8th February, 1822. that there are now established in for built and rradv to launch ode ship of naval committee, in their report The citizens of Little Rock irere"Ti"
Tit Secretary of War to whom was nation six schools (two of white air the liar at Motion- -that there arr now declare that it would be unwise ry agrecablr surnrised. tJn c...d'.!
; referred the resolution of the House olRepresentatives f. upon the atieastrrian system) c .*i. in- on the stocks nearly Gnashed, one ship to change the system for the gradual:];, morning last, by a salute front r the ,
\ "rrqurstingtilt President lug in the aggregate about S30 ithoUm.Notwithstanding1 of thr lineal forUroovtti N. It. one frigate -: increase ofihf navy ; and vrt it is constcmtlated ;> Stearn-Uoat EACLE, Capt. Morr
of the United State to cause to these favorable aj;-- at 1'htladrlphia,and one frigate aNrw t dismiss, by a single dash of the pen, which arrived here in 51 running hoorf,
; it be laid before this House any mfufUUtj 'J"a.ancemany oUntKlcs, didiriilt, \'otL-ch there ion the stocks sort to Ilk great number of officers|I from Arkansas,and IT day from
j I tion which he may have of the condition (i)e surtmiuutcd, will impede It*** prca about half firished,one skip of the line create an admiral in the bargain.I Oilcans, bound to Dwight, the Chewl Yet1.
t of the several Indian tribes within cress of the Indian to a stale of com.plrtrc.it .t Ciosport-that pfrpafations hate, During the war, when every vessel kre Missionary establishment on tht'
J. the United States and the progress of fur same finer j..t, been making, furputting and btlwnging to government was afloat Arkansas.
the measures hitherto devised and pur Without fII ".-f1i"a to other, the political I mi the stocks oho ship cf the when a war with Algiers J succeeded '1' his is the first steam boat that
;. t sued for their civilization,*' has the honor relation w hicli they war io n%. is 'line at llutinnnar< frigate at New York, considered the place with England, it was not ever a&crr.L'eci the Arkansas to thit u ,
to transmit the enclosed table mark of itself of ftufltrient ntaKtiHMoV, if wotrrmotrd one fHffatr at Portsmouth, N. II. and ral.V necessary to have an admi- pt"ct',anft reflect much credit on(W.
rd A, containing the number of schools .lo prrtrnt established under the patronage of the from being attained We hate alwfllu f.mrs, *id nearly bit the Umber, and there power and extend: rank, for which happy to trait from Capt. M. that arc he
a ftoirrnment, within the Indian con try; treated t..<.. as an independent fwopl utbrr mUrttal hate been provided for may be goal and subsUHthJ reasons encountered no material difficulty
tha inin.i. of *rlu.lars at each the and howrrrr in"'Kiifif ant a tribe <' i>tKxomr buiidftg t w 'ii of the line at 1'hila- : ,.halt -c do not at present perceivethem. his passage thus far,altho' the rireris on
time of their commencement, inhere and botrrvrr *MritHn* l It) telfJiia, oar frigate at 1Ysshinytnu. ,! very low ; at a higher stage, he thinks
fixed, and by whom cfttabHbhrd. with Irntr white VOI."latitti. *. lung *. one fristtr it lloitoti, and one frigateat la the public service there trust be this liter u* well adapted to st ta1D.
remarks on their progress present condition there arc any remains, it mintrs independent Xor&k-that the his. oak frames ttebUtty end fitrmenfnfy : it is the i boat navigation: as any in the world
&c. By reference to the table of our lairs and anttioiiiy" and neatly alt the other timber and sheet anchor which secures talent and I I The arrival of the Jbagle
. it will appear that there arc eleven principal To tribes thus turroundctt nothing can two strain enninrs, have been Mt'i.'t',1 creates enterprizr. A fluctuating policy new und interesting era in the opens na ig.a
schools with three subordinate IK-conceit more opposed to their hapiiness fur two steam batteries at New \ork, in relation to army or navy will .lion and commerce.of the Arkansas--
iI ones,in actual operation and that threeare | and civilization thin this state and one strata battery at Washington.The always be fo'iml dangerous because and, judging from the increasing in.
in a. slate or preparation ; and*that of nominal iude CndC f r. It has not committee further report that the tern of merit, and only such are'iWknt. I dusty of our citizens, and the other
the number of scholars, at life last return one of the advantage of real independence ,I articles mi hind, and those contracted ed, will nut enter the public service, stable commodities of our count:,. it '
while it has nearly all the disadvantages for could give tip other object forego other adtant3C.es -
at the principal and subordinate not vantaKtotiilf applied nrt'ds no inspiration to predict, that
1 schools, amounted to five hundred and tit a state of complete subju to the building of vr sel, of a smaller to be turned off at any un- the lime is not far distant,w htD steam
eight. On these schools there bare been gation. The conH-qurtte' i,inritable.They class than those for which they were fooVrd for moment. boats will be no less a novelty on this
expended 815327 5.6. of which 31tHiI low the lofty spent j and heroic provided and designed. .The frames There i is also an implied pledge in noble river, than: they are at this tune,
I 56'ha'c been on account of buildings, courage of the savage state, without of our ships of the line are all gut to the army and navy on peace establishments on the other principal tributaries of
and the balance 5'%,380, on account of acquiring the views whirls belong to mould each particular piece has its ,that officers wilt nut be turned Mississippi.. _
I ; the expense of tuition. It is made a the cirilizfd. bcprrro! in ,pi.its and aftiibpriatc pure in the frame," and i adrift without roision..C' hate i The distance of this place from the .
condition of the subscription on the debauched in morals they dwindle away he labor of reducing them to a site though that it would be politic to sus- : mouth of the Arkansas, ;i.y the meaadrrings -
i part of the government that the schools through .a wretched existence, a nuis- suitable to smaller vessels would be I penal[ building large ship, and build j of the river, is about 300 imies>
t should be established within the Indian ante to the surrounding country. tins nearly if not quite, equal to the rx- an additional number of stoops; but and front this to Missionary establishment
country, and that the system of education rss some system can be devised gradually I pense of a arty framr. The copper ships may be built and a fleet very at Dwight, it is about 150
in addition to reading, writing to change this relation, and with provided too, "is generally heavier thanis soon crC'.trd.ytl utters are not alwaysto miles.
and arithmetic, should, for the boys, the progress of cducal.oa rMrtHi user used fur sloops of i*are be bad : these are only made useful P. S. The Eagle returned about U
embrace instruction in agriculture and .them our laws *ud auihortit, it is f a'- I I In the opinion .f committee, the and valuable by time and service, andwe o'clock this morning, having ascended
!, the ordinary mechanic arts, and for the f gHs the common domestic industry of ever fli'>'rii )( tI.pr"'"nil,'y ray log the cheaper and better plan the ltosely| dismissed. Look at the French, within about twelve mitt of the place
\ that sex. fur a tim., exhibit, mu: tihim.trly fail. eomiaissN.ner ..f the navy, with a due S Spanish and Ituss.an; fleet; fine \'C'*.I jof( her destination, where she disebartfetl -*:;' *
'\ It was thought advisable antic commencement Ti if"i aft r tribe n ill sink, with the pros regard to the before recited art*, were rids of the first class ; very few seamen; her ght.-She was prem.trd'
of the y'ti m, to proceed t'es\ of our settlements and the 'rrs- autbotitrd to direst" there would fir -ml poor officers, 'generally speaking.Ui from proceeding any farther inconsequence
\ with caution,'and to enlarge the sphere sure uf our opuliiott, into wtrtcbrd- great risk of krtiftj them rntirvh by it* not breakup a school which of the low stage of the riter '
' "of operation, as experience should indicate a'ss and obli oo. Such has bats their their wjurpin out ,f place, if they art .a* turn found valuable, from hasty above, there having been no considfr .
t' '' the proper measures to be,adopted parr history, and surfs, without this not put togrt:,,. c"Hieration of cxonomy.A blc rise in the upper wraurs of the Arkansas
by which an useless expenditure of .,range of political trKuion, it must The c.,tt tt .ure are of ofHnitwi also, I : V. .\ i/./ip.We during the season. After taU
t public money would be avoided, and .>roriatr4 for the gradual attention ing in some freight at this place, sie1 '
,, the system adopted for the civilization natty difficulties( present increase ofthcn. ,, ann t' 4t- 'i invite the of our reader again continued on her course down
v" rig 'of_ the Indians, have the fairest trial.Experience .- It will require the thrrnWhn'-1 vetted to ant other objects, r n\htriit- to the )!fUoagt' cf the President., the rivtr.. '
4 Has thus far justified those rnrral internment end the States I 111 with good faith, or the teal interest on the preceding page* which ha* been Among the passengers who went'P
,,"'.icll been adopted and it is accordingly within which ttte Indistns may reside. !!';of the nation. transmitted to both Houses of ConJITSS the river in the Eagle, was (.of, Miller
intended to give this year a With a zealous and cnlijchirncd copr j, The policy was adopted upon great l who has gone to Feet Smith,on
great activity to the funds, of wbich a eration, it is, hn\te"t'..,'1C"1.nrd. that all !I consideration, and with a view to the We do not know whether we were business lie understand, relating t.
much * tuition the. necessary buildings til so 'I'f'I"IK'd but in ...) "|,ects noble founded con tit lion, that jt wa wise fortifications having been stopped, in slrkantat Ga:
y many points having already 1K'enlc' c. t'rr, bf ultimately brought within the ami pru irbt gradually to incrrate our comstqurneeof Congress having refused -
r ted. pal.nr ctieation.. Pirpatmtory to t iradk4 naval f*"r in time of peace, and to at the last session to appropriate Steam .%y>.-Thi*beautiful and sues .
Whether the system which has been a cnan<-r in our relation toward tender it rftirjcfli in the rxifjencir to money for carrying them on. The crssful vess. I sails again on' Sunday,
J adopted by the government ifpmm'r- .hcttt, ibis nvMrm *.f Hluratioa which which tar rowNtry must always be more fact was, that the Secretary of War and we learn that the proprietor*have
"'' cd in, will ultimately bring the Indians has hem- IIJO"pt to be pat intorxtriiMtc or less f"&I\.!. It is brlitrd that the asked fur an appropriation of 800,000, a project in view, calculated materially -
r1 within the pale of civilization can only "and artier fK"fttM. Thi lint dcfcnoc for this country, and that dollars for fortification The House to advance the benefits of steam navigation. ,
be determined ,by time. It has b*en in is fatifid4iiou t.f 4!! other imprtivenirnt on whkh it must principally nl kk. not bought thisaciouKl too large to be expended A company some time since
oprratton too :short u period t"* pronounce . It Mt',ht };....11' to |It followed only for the protection or our eom- in one year on the for 5ction' was incorporated under the name of
tvitli certainly on the result.i ) with a jdain'a<*4 simple system of'; m.u1 to prevent the actual inva- now &subject. After a lung contest the Ocean Strata C'ow/Ja/ry, with a ei-
r The present *ner"tion.vhirh cannot Uu I .nd .tftnmmt,such a* has Ss rn'I Mon of the fruit, is the naval forteThe r- un thU which bad like to have pital of 8300,000 but permitted t. '
'' "be groat -QVcU'd by U, must 'pass adopted! by the ChroUrts, a proper I ace forth- gradual increase the ,i caused the total loss of the appropriation commence operations when g250,XX) '
away, and l.uIIC! wlio hate been reared romptrtsion of their &*ulritwnt*>* and navy wa founded on this presumption, bill, the amount actually appropriated was l':1.i.1 I in. Application is now before "
.unl!;.*the ;."'si'nt sy must fruci'fd them, before it can be gradually und jadiciously manner lest opptcssite to the country, law spreially directed to be applied asrollows ,and permit the company to commence ,
truly tcdcJs f far, however, as titil.izatlon these i! Ipm" menli.they_will ultlmatriv to lay the foundation of an efficient naval I with S 100,000 very reasonable
+ may depend on education only attain .uch a state of intclligencr, power, and to prepare in time of tort Delaware, fifty-five thousand request and one that-will be readily
'; without taking into Consideration the I industry,and civilization, atopirp peace that description of force, which dollars,to complete the ame. rr nltd. Congress isIs memorialized ,
force of circumstances, it would seem 1 the way fur a complete retention .rOUt could not be easily raised up in time of .Washington, twenty-two thous- and use believe a till is passed tbe ,t I
that is no in,upr'able difficulty in effecting laws and authority over thrm. war, but which would lie indispensable' and dollar loiter lousy, taking off the duty on ,
1, the brfx'volcnt intcnl'nfn of the Before I conclude, I would respectfully in such a crisis. It require much time 'I Tort)Monroe sixty-five thousand dolars. coal for the ship, and granting herb I !
govcnimc.nl. limay affirmed, almost refer the House of Krprr i-nutirrs sad a great care to prepare the materials coasting license anti other privilege- .
f without qualification, that all of the for more full and detailed information, and construct the veuel of the Fort Calhoun. fifty thousand claUars. These things concluded, it is. in contemplation
tribes within our settlements, and near in relation to the progress made by the class provided for in the act, and hc Higolct sixty thousand dollar to build another ship HI* i
I our borders, arc even solicitious for the Indians in civilization, to the report of experience of the late war had fully de- Mobile Point thirty thousand dulbn. the Robert Fulton, and keep both in I. '
education of their children. With the the Rev. Doctor Iu'thkh was laid I ranustraled the necessity of such a brisk trade with Charleston, Uuauuf.I .
I b exception of the Creeks, they have before the house in pursuance of* resolution force; by teaching us the facility with Repairs ami contingencies twenty and New-Orleans, from this port. I
I F q' where freely and of the 22d January last. which the thousand dollars. b
every cheerfully assented 1 enemy could blockade large This is a spirited project that win I" .
I to the establishment of schools, All which is ttsi.c- .tfully submitted.J. portion of our coast, with a single ship The only point for which they refused valuable to the company, and benf final '
i t to which, in some instances, they hate C. CAU1OUN. or the .he. appropriation wa Dauphine Island; to travellers. Tl'e safety and expedition '
Contributed. The Choctaws, an this i To the l'r"Jrn' Untied Sfatft.House I The committee are of opinion that it and that was withheld from a doubt in of this ship is beyond question it
mpect, have evinced the most liberal would Wunwheto chaoigc this system, the House of UC'prnrnlatinslhtlher (lN: fork star. .Ildl1. :
spirit, baring set aside $sooo of their of Itrgarc.entsticci.mnlossv found tl .upon M many important cons a fortification At the point would be of .t I
annuity in aid of the schools established dream 29. I sidrratiotH, without some urgent ; any service. We presume that on the After considerable debate on the reception = ,
t amt'ng them. The reports of the Mr. M'I.t#r. from thr Committee sits, and in their opinion none ncces-I[!removal of that doubt appropriation of 3lr. K. S. Ciarne tt' exposK- a.
vicachcrs are almost uniformly favorable Naval Affairs, majle the following reports .1 its ,- on the contrary, there seems to bel I; will continue to be made for the works tiun of motive, for his vote against I'
I 1 both as to'tbe capacity and dot iU.t I ten tnvflr TrHason for adhering to at ..h."phincdl..ntl.--\. Int..VrwVW the recognition of the Independence; : '
}' of their 'oUlhl.-1'hrirprogn. A?. The Commitlre on Natal Affair, to the policy, and cherishing the growth I the following pears to be: quite; equal 1 to that ol white I),whom was referred the resolution of the of our natal power, now that foreign pros, the. CIt, MartA 29. by yea 89, nay 71 : .
children of the same age ; and they'' House of Representatives of the 4th uationsaretnodeliog their naval archi-: : /"jrwua itnI.-C.pt. Seabury, I, Robert S. Gar ett, a raefchcr ,
appear to be equally suscepible of ac- instant, instructing them to inquire into lecture after our iniprovrtirntst at .artttrtl at Holme Hole, from Cubs,.from Virginia make the following tie- "}
qui ing habits of industry. At some 1' the expediency of modifying the act, a moment when our foreign relation report that he was boarded off Capr clarationihat I voted against there- ;,r.
of the establishments a considerable'entitled "An act for the gradual increase arc about to be extrude, upon a Male Antonio, 8th inst. by the United Mate,cognition of the Independence of the .
portion of the supplies are raised by of the Navy of the United which should, at least adotonUh u* brig Hntcrprize, Captain Kmrntyuml late South American province, of :
the labor of the scholars and teacher Stales" so as to require a part of the against any diminution of or an Indif- was inforn.ed that thev. bad tht: mornIng :Spain. bccauseconsidcrinr it a q eS" tit..
With these indications it would teem annual appropriation to be expended fet nee to the means of national des captured right piratical vessels,'''of/ //cy, not of!' ptinct/lei;. t. bf'Jiffe '
that there is little hazard in pronouncing in the construction of vessels of an Inferior fence with their clews, amounting to too that no immediate advantage could "
that, with proper and vigorous, efforts force to those now authotizrd by I The committee are aware of the importance melt, whom they had secured. "grow ottt of it to either countty"h l.sti-i
they may receive an education said law to be built," made the following of sloops of war, a* das of March 30. I r many consideration* affecting the in-
equal to that of the laboring portion of reports naval force, indispensable both to time ftt>frj aff>".-Cint. Seabury, W11 o j iti"I rest of both, recdercd it at this tlwinexprnieat.
l our community. Still however, the in- I That, by the act above referred to, of peace and war I bat they are a dab made the report At Holmes Hole respectrng 1 swi not opposed to the !
lercsting inquiry remains to bf solved passed the 39th April, 1116, the sum which may lx provided in a shorter the capture of Pirates at Cape I independence cf t?IC talcpr4ttince5, ut j
whether! such an education would lead I of cue million of dollars per annum was time, anti with considerable advantage,I Antoniohas arri'tel.t, llostoo. He I![ the counts) in connnon with th* rtstrif
them to thai slate of morality, civilization appropriated for the gradual increase even after the exigency has arisen a&d, CohGtmt his previous" statement anti !i I my countrymen, 1 heartily rrJ,'c+ ins ,
and happiness, to which it is the of the Navy of the United Stalest and though they w0.ld be useful in timeoh 1''IU'CUr- Boston correspondent) Its accomplbhmenf, and it:the fr*e utJI I t ,
, ) desire of the government br.tvs them, the President of the United States wasauthorized peace for nutty service*, and prcUlljr that when off the Cape on the 8th, a kIWI h"ppincuYb ch it open ta X
or whether there is not son t t''nJ in to cause to \tt built him for the discipline 9f use otTicen, and Uentrnant from the tntrrurizc came on the in.I" ,
their situation which present insuper. ships, tot not less than f 4 pns each| tbe more cj9Tcct at ,"tippre lon oC ute board and requested him U report. on s; r .: lL rvrurrr. ,
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Flax either carded or unearned. .t' ttat to o r. "I'k I prrK'>tl ,cn..s vith r ttr M lit...,I*,tt 't.r..tIIf'I'ta..rctjoire a correction of all the.i l. complained t

: Living animals. .s..r\d hat q.aite I r.frrai1 \i7tclMtf
l'i i: I'KOM "'UlA CUUZ.f that fIlM 1M rlrlr ssl'riscts. W cat (P% rtWtW,,. It+t+t'nrtioat to flit .ft!sure,! tk letter 1 lag fnm the itarn ty wLeli perrae.a!! elo- ,

M luitiaA C.+srir4 ..Ipril 17. Consulate the lulled States,7Lhcrpool .It+ri+t. asst the fill.atfc.Jctf HtoIf-t- "r tk .aiiwr! f the Stctehtw l !late.tlcneaslg file juria>< :C-1 .. Let it be o,r erKUavbvJo promote this ",
nil 19th Jsn. .c tMslas i happy state i>f society, and to unite conl lly iaall
1822. J I
the r-paiush.) +". .
-from 'fttt.1
mlate trestt !
Tr A M.ttirttnt L. rsrslc i+twt+eof Jsalge 1'MmrMIN' mrawirr* for the bment.
St rad.Vwiffe/* ,".<*> IVno lrin,:t-r4Jtftlal, The late erection of Light.Iloasc 1 j t ntalrr It k ttitb J"faI 1."Jc. trt 1IIbk. tltala lctttty that eke pr*.!>n{ Jinnee ef this retrospect of the *acr.fiec general must of u* tare"the

.'I'"I 2C 181:2. On the Island of Bardsry being unknown +ar..C+t tM relleratt'r, atttr fled bc u..r l.-.d t'tMttt n a r.hie:as it 'tftt" >wy+eir JBuJr I by kiting Ol j;cl* clip tobur rcc .C>
1 I. to the Masters of vessels lately Jm*. tlvre t+tmi ear alitr c'CIf'.ttt 1PatwlrerAtltOthMld+atca anttwh.ti ,ditttM{lion.",wat us to tea of kuiilness_ml rvrb-u'-

The secretaries who occupy the fouriruncnts 2"I"td from the United State, t alai tan. ,.ilhk nn.U.. .. M.I ntr1ts did to tW *rrj fl<. of AM UtXr' I bmd>l aneca .,u noel ctTorU wo cannot fail lo become
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i her it N .1.1 c..e
f t
-for ttw bare payee orctn rl R tt
of the ministry are cat+1. + a Hpdr. tuppy UM! BroapcrottsconimuiiUy."
myself of the earliest opportunity l to .. .prertartit .1t1. "e t4aa Gtraarbin !tM thsractce Of the LnerPNt I' r
t" what
erior and exterior relations, his ex! I art :. II. A1.LK.V. 1'rrtra,,. .
enclose this notice from 1 rinily House, crtaa+ ,ret rnrltw ebrdrrKY for .rW, :titf.{ |>* tr ftC m.he err to notice tt. Ilrr. !| W. KtsitLllerr. Cfcrt.Yort .
plicit" Don Jose Manuel 1 de Hcrrcra. submitting with great dif dC"tttt", the 10 rtlsbt rae t IIiNNtAlt titt.N ..1 .,etat.arte ,5.r oN rebel r..L.tJe 1"t1ftittkt i fa -- - --

Fur justice and ecclesiastical affairs, Propriety of its bring made pyWir.I al rr }rei f+r tfcr hw tell rmrlf jItC.I is tniAn thi..laielMtstt, f MF.TEORUI.OGICAL. JOURNAL.l'enlacoti
Jose it it f.tthrttswc. piss a ibtf*Lw t. IM-as- L pas .t a Mrr11I tlc-tcr.a.._ 11M ray .t sues .
pia: excellency end biicxullefCY .' hate the honor to be, with high nat inlpri/Aaatarthir p'trs i.. to slate Littrrfi i..a .M +rrttls.a> law i ...wJj 'IW>H pvrrd into I I- lea 4th to 1t+th. ,
For the war nary, respect, your most obedient servant., ttt+ht.bk arid res Nrplur reel that dryly theearaf :theattat.taseenlethlMr/Njartoe ,. ear ,.ru ;fta, wean 1 '

Don Antonio dc M :dsna. i' (Singed) JAMHS )\UR\\ "co br art sal,,. wr ear dr .gprf; +wa,+> to .,wket H-arvl wlMh toil hr '' U tc. .' wintl. 1I'7i

for Finances, las excellency Don The Secretary of State 't"d 011 s n tar M Nest _.ao tart fl'nfjar. ', r Jurr h+Nwrrh tk lrj+i lro bk to Hftt'l tvf+ I 1" f'i"I. 9'

Maldonado. aif States .. In fire ant t.ft t.a.r nit ..= ..' asrhjrN, ht.wkl hart ; : r--.
Ranhatll''l'ez the U. Washington.Trinitrllouse i I r ,,71w..
GOVLHNMliNT.jtfwrfr. lace a.- .p .M dbrIK
m.d Lftmtf //<*rf o4l1tf. I dsraar+L, r.lA Mit"".in hits atM.tw,; tt I41Kt f' Jtttftc hay in I 6 6J I 16 n 9. W. Fur.
tflntttir of the lias for- London l tee!tile!.rl fAt911r'r.aad ti n-.trakaarr, rwsttjC the akjrctwn[ "Me.*| a .!anal :gnor 1' 7 6 78 i"S !i. ''mr.
The regency empire 11th December, 18'). S lets bra. 111.,. sprrrk. 1.11I'9 fcIfo t' saner a 'fMI Ear .f .barb .rvt e+ nf end that heM I ffJ Jd i1 S. E. Far.
11rd to me the folio ing decree : d..rM'tt r nf the pR.yslr.,r1h.u !tar tws6e est knot klg
.\lrl.rttkm / St. Crorgt" ChennrLDAHDSKY twljotckat.- 9 11 81 19 S. W. F.r.'IC .
\The regency of the empire, formed IhLANI LIGHT. s.c .. t I..., tcb nest to I. .rv ru aiMrt'arirtwtVtfccrr : r 1-1 81 TT S. W. Fait+ :
the same during ." par 81.be "sill beer '-.1
to govern r ,
rf The of '
Corporation Trinity-House T.'N. -
; .1aM..a..lm.rto fiat d ury.h Fear I t
of the to all those a I'Non
.ab-scnc.e emperor scntsknvw 'ming, in compliance with the request !i.l +.arirC..? 1'a.rrct Je :".'r..IS12. at tlct ol U .. tl*6W to be a Judge. :.Id I.
shall ace these IJI'\ yc, />rw. < i CWM br arrre.t ol .
,M of a tcry numerous body of Merchants, ; tIN (Mrt or the appmb. n f

,%.t the sotcrcign constituting McxinCongress Owners and Masters, of ships in- "1wnn4J..ofr etnrbtr Crnntr, W. )'. u. tom. *,*" at the Sot a 1*. I' r"'ht-
hate decreed as follows : tat fay w to ti9kr. K *
crested in the if Vf.tetrye't c+nadrrin)K Om >Niir> tM* ttnr Til W4 vih the > MHonou-v not only try
navigaihn 1M
this itN.et Mid tear f Uiir r. W/rtw.(1'b.tfda. but b*UMMC of the tM s
Deputiesvlio compose w t it' haen
"The '
I ( Channel caused a LightHouse ted atatt,*\h:b t, I an* sorry to. a .&"
and who represent the Mcxi- S Cwt prt"t!elect!the "..drittedtanfor y poa
Jtiion.ss declare that the)' are legiliawlT to be erected on the S. \V. .part J+air, h'q" that,a (....wttl t !area, the a-n tl Jnd "e)'ittmcnbn. b-gNJjF dcntf
,an of the Island .f Dardsry- C'Of'o cft Grprdblrealarrt a ..the} wY of. iory to, ami mc"'rt.bleu. th very
and thai in said iwd and
constituted, aAM Rapedrble office which he htlJu
.1'ri'k htrrby given That aUght it sell fir tttttrtdn _l.af.d.MIl ftMoaI4
the national Aa a lnu l Jwfj fur UM ol
10\cr.j county tJKabibta.
-ups"'s resiucs feel dloeraa ells psatbhe rtvaasisti.s.
will be exhibited therein the '
I on night aUrcw..t be 0 m+l1 ArdutjF tocM .rc ofami
PIo911'. of Monday the :Uh instant and be :. II. A LLC", r. .. pmcat all UKXK -Uo crxtniiullvtoUte thehca -- -
\frt'fure lh ef declare thai the thenceforth 'constantly attended and ..... wtrts\If tfw CtJtlhtJ'1.l110ac -
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I Roman Catholic Apostolic Keligiou.hill kept burning ctcry night from sunset Charge deliver by David *.U.*..., tsars tue parity of bu- o I'enucola.

\ be the\ only religion of the sutc, for benefit L,. chief justice of the Cscambla sent estate bas tt nJrtrU it arty wrj foe the from the Pentaetta AJrwoom
to sun-rlsc, the ofnavigation. *.
of all others. fair.H e,| .*,o .*to dkfinc a..N pumfi, arc
I to the County C.ul1.1.1 term 15:2 AftftlTKO
toob mrrv t twb rsjtLumM at
kftrfU to tiu,
That they adopt for their gorcrnmeat : Masters of ships are to observe, that Jot}. .\ it* of titdMc .h en aN mAat frrntient* else 4. stlr.Two Friends. Bo. Montune, Goth
moderated) and constitutional (;ei Jar t tf" C'iI u 1Jw.- Acvr Orleans
a Ij acm will
this ttitnlif
trill be exuibitrd
Light, at an ptrrblbtrt.arc
jao'artliy. with the denomiD.bunIf citation of 19 feel above the reel tt H fwiw rise er Mib. .MOP tin- fine Fall hhtc }Irq wiUbe..iflcrent.M.i.wtress 8. Khr. Torn ShieMs.from N.Orlemn

tt11li J.r), S M itia/aa..Ncs11N I b4.ta fatr.let liar rsSthof a Uk kaUtAl human CLKAKKD, ''
call to the of the sea *ill combine the characters 'o'ttc t'NdtrlrL Tbt tfe+dttrrlk lynx!. A of ibter kNkt, jriM/ .,any rut Ut May.. schr. setorrr,J. W>bon. New Orkanst
1 be So\rreign Congress of both a. fixed and a revolving {light, leer.. 5..taNrd tsjrttl i+lrl ltNfler sofa s. IN .--..-I for fcrK .",CR rt tovr -St. A ntbttnjr.r\ Hatch do. .f

ih'ojeof; the cmpifc, agtccablj to tile fut, although eontantly visible, its '''' ref 1mthr Ittrlie at 1ar+t"' JarlsaN, 1IIIJIIW naarv.rsrbk atttarty trtlern say atilt sale rfojop F.nJiatourL. C. Crocker Mobile. :

t'nof\ tier nation the pca sou dcsijjiial htiliianry will increase and wane at C.tiM+i CIU rarlAy Ca1Srt rf,.ra ". Mteahory Uc. rr. sad wtUtuwi any in ircruAco 6. Steam schooner Fidelity Leach NewOrleans.

td m the treaty of C Ir"Jou.s Shut F.ut awl 11'n Fhrd sere onwicfcC.Nee ea the putt of Ikrrt* .
that the Icgisla short and regular intervals, whereby it rL"rik flat Hitt d tr /llrb j earl tftcrvMrc vtbiowt T. scLr. Henrietta, Mel Guiles do.
: it is uot proper r.9 any jhia ot .
will be teadily distinguishable from all r.st .J . UK -
r ti* *rr n* Jot cwid w such"lI'Ca IMft srai.kat .
+ Q
urt, executive, Mild judicial puwtshould noihrr lights lust George's Channel err co 1M fist!. r Mdt u as ca&1 its.c.rtatl se t"-w a pellet rplt 5.r k It rbairntrtMargtt .t NEtt'-ORLEANS MAT 4.

united, the Congress decide, .11) the assistance of this light Masters 0 i.uwba: .ad..a Uut part of ffentHoftbr altogether drat of jcwtt b.n MMIMC ia
;tai they! reserve for themsches\ theieyis' of \cssels will lie enabled to tun hirad J+rgndhlrrCnrntdalldthrtr'c .. Itslt that !huts, fOJIt' kk twaah tIe I be*11 *nwbat more cxfenuve than those of

!:iuc power in all its extent, confer- *+tt4, s rich u M ra2rtd the tuoMtJ of !L 5.r is act a '.t> !:filet feat lUlwrrt bet the lout wi 1.the market centime to be qUite dull
ni the C1tt\ ulh'e power, ud tnterim, with less anxiety op SL George's Channel At petaaroa! .1--I"I attAagi4ei, buwutesta!! wthuotJuafit'a aMtfL' b rr*e (although aa dealers are un-

; and without burrowing too close yell tttabk tcd tir.fa jwrLc1.I ".. uaa or.SOMT.wtfedh.UM h\Uit cnmw uns t I commouh.nc.Rmuneatilronthesubjectwe;
9 the persons composing .the prrscn on the Irish side, by which they have J'f'A .. toll f..a". tlM' .atrcaaa UM lab of ftkhor,that uw. u eatable of-cou ,terser!! rte a* w n rta.r.tv y) that in the 2d rod

J now existing, or which may the .banks and shoals on that coast tai1tntaaal JiMhnJboet "''N i. aJI es+rr. _'. 1Of UIt f.which kaleo I cruse agi,nst ,ha* been b*"'Utl tot the very first quaMr
hii after l be creutcd-both ihese bodicsmJILUlg. ; ,?. u. npt J apple!w fire taoteaN.e stud! dk bwrrer tu'O re11Rlatto IIou..,,is" tt Mid at 23 cents but no saiu
responsible towards Inc na their apprehension, of getting embayed .U ClJrtW bIJ.-II'c'. erh pls.5.k urlhnarlti t.kinr. aut atrall I have been eff'ct.d! *t hAt price. The i.,tne

to the cut ward of Bardsey Island, In al'asai. Ik K'O"tftIINoWt .J'1urid..1 l ay...J .t tk pltWsrt df carts depreanson of the r .rt cat, in this article, a* m
the of their admints 1 fXi another ansl i
iun course fc
during which the Great indraught into Cardigan pNtraaaoe of 0r art of Coa/grr.r 'tMo ofClardy leer 'wv .A1.kata.d wtrt Tobace\ nay be attr h t *, in a great degree,

:jaioii, according to their existingh4. Cay frequently occasions will 1 R11.fat tarryant ..claret tJM tNstIMc. 1 Ihe ant.riNleiell.fl, *, :to the hiph and ttttcar.r, r fr 4 of freight tTie
also be remo and should ..tl d" !farted aattriu :..aJ kV Nttlr ii .11., W kit ritrIMCM1a orruJ'1 kriroaith.cathepurchaxrsnatlrahJtndcarot
The Sovereign Congress proclain edj they r, of. M'srlrrrtt riles tIM iTrvrtfKfi,ah IN IMC c.u.a wclrSe.ihn,. I' i,to nave, at the expense of the+seller '

the i-quihty of ci\il rights, for the free in gales of wind from theV.. N. W. be pNa.al tsr*, mi l ic adhtycM Ian and r *& 0(,w* uU.,from OM* (Kf u<- W ap' i if i .UCO.-\'cry Lute done this week-
unable to weather that Island, the light tlrt,.n'r *r iv -. Mi>. ttf UM 1. Tmr.e*_t4r t ./MM,. ,. nfciEci*** .n i person.s.ifj hurmrr oft ?'rimet5.t .not brought more than 4 3-4 earl hi r
: "b of the from vbicbttii -.
o ? .us empire! will denote to them the tieinity of a1lic.'Cure 'Ia 4rSi a+ OH rti..ec of tlwn rrtikn .Ox bans!!! rl am,t.". TV M art offence 0 t tn been K>kla+towa.4. v

fun' parts of the world they ana y asylum in Stud.. !Roads, and .... h ft-tc .un. rarnslae tttbcfsrttraa 4 Meat wt6t'ait,. a.sl IIIIMIt ore h'- I: t'l.Of has varied very little, since our last .
gale their origin. f, m.. t,s ro-,-.j. tt M.L.tntNlMtglEl.sa-f tiIfcr ,. rurpir tint-d.t, i.ttaaat reM >-'the exports and consumption hay'f.ij #
it aft0tience
enable them rr
14 to prrsertr a proper .,ittc .1 h 1... ,, been Nearly riua>to liar amval.
The regency before entering iuto ;; r 5.a 0' .t0 .tritntlNr .spleen!!UIot ntht.1 1wabit.1. L I IM
t.C'Plwr the
the exercise of their functions, shal position till dar-litht, when tfcry ma} 1 rtM * j. la*. srtr .. .f.111ft.. atMarb) the bw.ar..c)t I I t'Oi'lf'.K continues advance as stack
folio proceed to the aitt.horagr therein. rxMti MMI w "nci, ml, iv t U. til. III elite xiayw ol tW tine,.i 4 .tnubo the, on banal'{LntiBiaJK*- vx* cts. is asked blO.J1e
tit the oath
whig : The light, of ilardsry Island will! bt 1rr 5.k j...s s.c,Mn' ale. ,.t .. In tilt wr .f asa e+ rrrit atel rt. an4 l ly, Uca-ne in *, hokhttiforDeattharstsr. ?
Uutou arknouledge the sovereignty visible at considerable distance .... ",;tho TUj a.. ....., -.c' tit I"t u. thaat8' .rltu il.a..r..td i _
a seiy Orha .t..p. '
f :Mexican 1 rfagra .. t. at tM J"!raR! Sc."t"ttN&d .
nation represented by rnltt.ssaH sM.r tltN.l bid R.pnbb'cat.9pri(4.
tcNSaassswrrrr. ft r the lass,fit ofnaii
in all directions Seaward but is milk ] < I
rfl brlutirs it has elected to form thi s j I ) m rare !,CMC*-AM *. .Ult. 4 wiefc t vat p.t7N.t, ahrte.u.bt . that w& FROM VIOLA
i (i., Con reu'cs 1 duoUu"IIIea..to rd between the beatings of S. SO dig. 'iII. rk U <.*)k.1, .. rrolwsrat r'lit tie rtot4t aNel t taat+. ea r.+rrMlr K all7el.7W .; tell Irtter from tarn, dated Ftbniary 15, I

isutuung obey; its decrees its ;lawslit ::. to S. To d *f*. I: Mtips bound inlOj fMudttcll ur. our f*+tc ra/trtati rai Jut I.+ tie Baja fft vr awctunwl Wne' brrakn. has' 1SJ& to a eommercial bouse in Urn c.ty uys ', "

Roads or lay lug too.lit da) 1 darbtev r rN tea r Uw rf dn s nnir\1. wil ...). ItoM w luo\mt WMMI *.a % brraoMKi of- Mtcnl cargoes of tbd new crop of Cotton t
; refutations, and the ,constitutiotVJuli '0.' ,.. ery have armed. 43 bales of
; .Vew.Orlem.ns
light, must not the IhSttl Hear1 f'I !. Mbrh that #*$ Of Irate. NM onJj bte iwe of the trmr hieS tt' old, '
it ball establish confurmably brim t t t. J >'sls commarl yesterday 31 1-2 rouse 150
tot < a a.nah' s4t btrl filet ll.tsarahr Ckmw.w t ito but aNn bales
to the westward of \\ U a.it i is s fembte I
I !Vijtct' fur which it has been con X.aM i iri; rnM ,i4 to'-1' III dnOretr, 4Iihtf'n'4r'MMAMMU and OatlttflNkMc flf the tight of baba nee,at >i 1:* soust IS hales; t 'orya, nets. at I
1 they lose sight i of the light "bm it:ptotfsaa laorAlta j 30 3-4 nous. a few bales superior ticvrgta ..a*.
1I t etd.*tacl to cause the same to be o b- i
I recd! :tn\l executed, to the in. hears from nearly in that ditft"t,t Is saraM sitborR fretsglafthrpltattrt I p. c. .r'tic ta k iajarioar tD 1M pub-I IIOU at 31 Ious; lice, 22 a 21 fr duty pxtL, 1 I
prcscnc be assured i br d.dr. taut the h/tarls M tfhlrllra .I pool be ON of d..r !
ndcme the and they may they are IOU farts accMHct Its leading tllldk rice . '
t.rlf : ,' liberty the -
1 inlrg Cftk. r.tcc d ta.- t+ rtarNrrN.rat of a todt Is' awl br
aMr4fut a
the northwatd and tcnt
in of < /tall' prblllbrrltt '
danger b1
t. TO TL.nlES
rat'the i nation the Human Catlioln Ie tech hat '
bTa !
rite c 1 I. J"flI srtir ratrartra an nra, ,act of the 1".nMr."Ur hcatj I
ting in Hell's M, pen
emlnyrd uth.
."t,1 KjMsiolic Religion! without tole .! a huts 5..d I" a a.cft tk pbeeir r5.s t. Iwk. fr*,akx'5. roa rata AT TSIPENSACOLA \

. ..1Han) other ; t ,support the consti- vessel should proceed to Sud.dl I ON n vtraiof her /'. Its irbert}, atslm k. JtetYtty, whale. w the frnJ tJt makinfr r }ttt) iST01IEr '

tun-n 1 muturtmcai within Heads till day-liglit. I{ art;. .*MM r ..tur* sere ."u.t4,ahtrtalg gait s M''A' 10 that pteJsa tt fir anotbcw .
'h'1 and vjovciriment to As the tides hue mat influence i in be aMrtslrr sd m the MLaMtOntm of OV Nt ,-'s,tat ir nr rvn|(Mtch rawl when made, J BJNOSGMt JSSOMrttCltT Of c

tiojurc, acknowledge St. (;rune's Channel, and sailing pr-T1RtM. 1 H tIoId .Nnt/itaatrlitaatr, fIowtu'i. aa lean, *. a er me a puitot UM k.. of society, Ladies Patterns for Needlework.
aj.|IH'ali I to the throne, conformably the M ralsl belt /altstiesn,, CPdti Nat rte w'a .twsr.dt is pnni+KJ ells baorahincnt sal IOme.Im
rectiois TOflCTHEIt WITH
< of andMo are already numerous, the Car, +tls.rrPiw j
rj.t) Cordotii cooperate +r.grrtlr.t/wt.ufd-.ppfotwtlswary. '. d..1b.
poration can only rrcomi.cnd a good'i lM' slrNgrat ahrratrlN the lass Drairing Paper,Draicing Books
m neri i trine to the velfare of the ItS elr.ilNg r 1 fNsiJrs tL.c trboc.hdahue( atr'e bee ,
ttnplt'ts i do if you dose hell| ,I loot nut at all times by wbirh, and+brrfl!Sod .end d dbt tho e+swstrr. ta shah she, Aslerrasartstlyrtbtrr are wthcn suede as> JJ a mult n Prints, Crayon, Paints, Mi

7.1/ <. d. \ tl.e facilities now afforded to the tna- an the ftjttdit.'ut cidhM*' s oil bittlry. ktcp.rtX "i..rksaJ b tail Ink 1'
j t i..: 11. 1 rtr .ttnt aftlle t arced bWs t.1ft *iS rt an 1'ort-CrayonSf .n-
Tw 'rincr the frequency. .hipw reeL*must lNrtNttt.aN Indian wtt&ont icnwr, and
ngt cy"iII understand tlixitc '. tbatfnet, pt sari ptrlscalag'atstr ptcsiur manjf till, .r_ ifc. $'c.1Y. .
Mitt" to Mention of
and dive a ju full tfiect. and it ,beconsidcra Iabated... 1 j.| ...t..an.ctc r.Ut1vated the I' *t 5.111., war dell to ule notice.i which itt isj HASLLI. In. -
than be fide to WI adrtdMa6 .Jc.Obuet to Ute '
punted pubHshrd and for Tcnsacoby 3tty lf,1t>:1.-tf
tare, suit srlfrtt of bk tafrrqtry..5.r r5. .leala.lrtrrt i i Ik&r I eooehijc craM bit efmgntuLte '
M rdfdlicrofi it shall be raret"fUICOt '-"'y. to Mvtert lI tigfr J...?,t,tt+t.i e tkatra' snJ tte pMfetc at' 1)CY'. on the .ntivll rll l'E.'lt'U I.,
let b. 24. 1822, in the ad year to ..,trt UM omMMwoa of frarals .a eh,-ttfiewn;*fef g Qr that Mexican independence.Sned mpe, be fcUCWfttvtl *

1, I ) Joc Hipohte OdoaHo .p;.Oins the great f* o irct.of our Uo. j bftitt OK nil KIM! the ntotur7. are now X citizens of Pensacolu, that he has '

I Pruldt'Dt, Lict Carlos Maria BUlta-, "C1"IM',tN the aAUepalrd *ol adU*'kMnm only by Ux A clMLTjcr of their tkfTt rut taken a house on the Bay, adjoining ,

1hIfI..rot ttw- ate gonnuncbt, w. K4 f n*!I tIuh i*no metre than j1Ktic to the twit a' Mr. James Quinn where he intends car '
ISm\ svcrtury. ; Lie Jose luil1t Ill n.r.aa ta ItOfM f41 tUI orditurj alum M u*(I rr *UUM U fectv toMT.tlut th' c t:MM the'TILOUIXG '
' 'ttl'\. 11ar+ "y and srtntarr.a to toe U*% wtKb art dcnv ifwry Itantagv from rtinjr on

otne; neW n' j. Of the Urtipirc.e =- .? W llCflMMkl Jl Other Cxdrf,t .oCft lk X'III' tbrrr pft-**
\\' IhrreJorc coninand all ctiuns, l1"JJ 12 h** tU. kept Invti ahofxtWr fahe ioqA AJ *io ety' M thereby much inerta_. the oilier in the neatest manner. '

Cj."I, and tJM.rltl f'ft'IU,4I\ahcn bate CilCU.tIIiOt4 t k yrtat4'retttGglaettrrelwoetA. Pensarota altar 12 1822-3t
go crane, other authwriethtr IhM-I Toe Mid cerrv-ct conklnct of t' :
. & p tuch hate prrw r. e to K sNee Istt j viArtlf Sparvt
.- mil!,.military, ur c'1c1cdUeA1. \\\\I\ \\n, t., eUAwMt, )ct list e Crtc M t bar l'rxJ era/t |'thMhab4AAU.baMbjcctoa wK-ch I have be- '1'E.VS.VCOl
't l, of all cUsws, to execute .> nd -- --.-- --- ritb a 0MI'1IdJoft crf the 1Ift"1 tl"fk atca* I fwrc had KCJUeOtt to Siocr w hxh tinx, ; _I.

.1I\f ,tlJ be nt'Cllted the drat e knee. apin re -liurpoontfd HI Itw h.a,1.n surer sbrdrpr 9U'd it. Ills 1 M Wave ,,&l that ripcrirnee of n>. MontrMbat trmkdtot :
''tU &oS eicnt, and that present the clay slat of Nc* O kaut ue 'sire ft't"cnlf'd I Cult t. sloth late otcunxJ 10 deatatbp. S wert3.4 the f .onblc imprr+dons then rate' Heading Rooms. :
t 'ltllfa same be 1'a.tuubann dfctr to the Mt ,1i+nt. fire dan* .ice rid lwmatsJ ffI.r_aott,. lane anw-a tiirrrl tOM"1f them. Not ttcfl the vscr>'

aff published. Mexico. Fr b. b'lc1' flan tat haul beG+rr-Iwt uivrfoqf twtL'Itruma I IfurUirr irc* .!wcj> cost ot bite bean t ot t.sl sipoaed .J JcetcinX men,con- PATRICK;having purchxeJ this establish
: i"22, and the 2d year of the inde- i nC lit'a. 'h ,cart f+tar. twtli.rsg of tI"lcA'ltla H a ,test, In Dally to secure UK due o|cntMMtclWh netted with that itatwral anachnMRt to tho <' men! from ate Barclay, tenders hu respects to
rt4" J& -rkno. it tau iH haw IN ..of Carfed iwtitsltiaser _lit, which Utrrh botanist #
eofhreflhirr. (Sivnf.d) Au.LD o ea UK Mate*- Mmt the ia the subscribers, with an assurance that they r ,
de Yturbidr, lu 'adtnqhnud' t we: *re iwit sa lj.:., -ppn cit U" iu t p tli,rk.and the Lt.. t feting to UMr or befit pfnCbcikm fur their foenwr tuk" Carttna Jose J J1 prut'W04". rimr, l;. l.ittHi, l>j. tar appvutlrUtwted (for skit'pst allow anc*.ov schl to W made,) tintperson.iescrtransutarsrWsnytbing.llo ..." ;
\1 i i hide 'knt""tI.n- A Irttcr from A mcii4>rr tif(-.,njfrrM to unou.l %,at *jM4frfur \not ".!.. cask .IM&K them Jong to forjftt. th! duty. proposes caUrge anil !ncrvs c the interest of .

la JV\Jue\.Je Li-on :Antonio lUshon,tJmuan of the 4111 inr..ur. .w. that I. t. 'lIIe' .5.4, r earl lnrr/ocatrk .,.. tech a.good cituri / sari u goad mcfw the yo the rooms by the addition of forty or fifty file a

itr'1'Cra A.. D Jotc Manuel de fit err U
I bill been rtijtdc--and tlicj, rn \\allalaXtue i ,, r dJwlxe rr+wa.4ataq,lean.ail bf c,C4..3{ tC Vttcam > t wVtit wcconntcf wall lLc w.l and other periodical literary publications.
I communicate the above peter tq Inou' a. l.tlltrf'Uw friMdmt** itiU Itt1'l f aM .,U skyat.tt rd.a".1 fie Jlft"t e, babe *f ear cfcnvkt'.the many other,.bantam! |. The Rooms have been rrmoted to InteodUnt
f'ir to your t,+n.. In tJlt n ttrtd, a. CI' 11M'f l..r-1"Jot asrt.vtalawtat.l Is.rWI 1- t ass.a.g MUNotit. .twck m* pvwrt*, if we OWMt CAalkft C*RvM > street,three doors store dwtin'sfloteL -
,toihi. r.. tour s"orcrnnaent, and i in no ronjtrture a.'14 "tau it to Lc u. Rv+t .t. trl a rued e'er w tw pas tt to I t wct,we .j .t +tfntetratttntwato tbe'tn : May 11, 1822tfTRespectfUQy
}'crma.' : It may hu iu .ff.et rat b.\ IICI r<'t onl
'f'od( lITkerv you a treat nu, ,. letters coi.eur iu henna); Use tat otk ctaU'. bare ...c1. by the u l4M ier ot bwbich c tb.r, the bop rf pct th prLctpation fill the .S. 'yl1FiELElt

tb/tara. Mexico, March lit, 1$22, n$4 theM t"aJtIHa\h rte nun a.we Itttc alb .. anlaart rlu /gtt a fit pc,1 brntrVu of the Atrwrcan comUutmn M not UM I iafhnns the Citizens of Ptwaeot .
; I d1t eassect.d .i\Ia. WIt1 sdsce willlo Mbtld In' In the aeaaGnartascrcriti.nutdstyg .
. ticace. year oflMrxiran indcHEKHUHA. : e art ennfirmol in ojr cwjccturr.Out 0egwcntntrnt t.rgb t /r done wen tw..ku the t,, IO far.*m air power to protect tbe honest anti tts vicinity,that she has commenced

htrrri { cf fkirnbi war intruded tat u di a M d'. MI object fits!! b.r d.1t.f.101I ami in,Kr tr. tuen a iaU the intrigues and I \i\\i1\eT' Business

4. .. Cf'N'Nt.Urnn,'1'r14y, tn,rii/hrtl |;ttwrkl niCctr, land Oicr J d for counc imrvunl by the J..IY No ooxrlMdbr dene of tbe hUr. tbe vicious and the profit* t- fill rr* v.i.rOn ..A.C...
:? .l Met front 15th./.'Jllrc1.4 1812. ditb.tdtncfll cA lite .r laird ]*l cr,bv J&t i .n cwt UII the ITc xU.h c.thanroe be IC.tc. Met to an intcKgtttaml tntichtcn; d I the North side of the Public Square and
that l'ommrtsisl 1ll"J.1lA3on. t qut tItKm spi.i rnagtu I'u'titan M tik4ln r. icUdMrd ilNiMt r tw the h*lo* of rt, fct, tberbolc Jan, ntch M I h.yche bom of a Urr Mnr. it I immediaUlf oppomte the n. -sutr.lIning
Er,.t_rgHowing articles shall be free.r w.\IC.I1W lionvtf and I tNtW) h7sUtvdt-5.r e I j 4icul aMbvniy U UK tmihUj t knlin 'n IEM>kM to Wic the nccramtjr of.cour w hkh on baud a tock of the best materials,

; 'f t need cwt IOt.1t. .e nwl fif to that d*cl arfr 0 u,5.e result b* rtfclcKt to etrnr nifcctinjf fro nd+-r: feel justifiable in recommending her
C't+i ksiltutiudr I,and*dcntl> cn the ound .crrt eti of Mr.MUM*I diur inct
of instruments .nw, that star .w..on "aU t.e sell h11a1" .s t used i in rc
. ;ire prey 01111 flat It viU bt Uunc.IL". '0.1..r Lf tHW ....eels!u.tdswat. wiflbednnr uia munner to do honor to Jo++t" to repairing DUNN E TS with neatnatu sad dpatcb *- ,
I kind aurRe.'r}'. ;dcLj". 't.nWrl lie tMAd of the obtrtH a. idea that the aches *Ad/aCce to U** eowotrj.Catnct 'I I -AW! bopes bj het superioc.* A and. v

. of implements and instru"RftcuUuir .1' iutirroflheC..t'1'r,SA.t h. , uosr the "brkin&'ca 'r.1tattstl'A.,IJ TlIF. r..ttF.llt'RJZC-i w c ll *cart of bt*CltlMr rrta, 0 rte ew* from the cf for Grand Jurr to patrona,.
is mists. and the dinrirnt aits. 4 On the omxMhtc f>a, r,will br fwui 4, an k''tional awl ipr gal. N.0 at than aIL Hjanrvuiwf the I'owrt of C.ciw bta County. PtimcoK May 4-tf.
\8 printcu LooKs taut of UK bhliU.t] vucccHt of UIM pJlaot crtficcr. ktfer.&erredo the Mcrtivf of!Utc.on I -TbcfarrtrespitnlatiratofwMtthrJptrw ,.
.ro those bindiD Sr, ( 1.rna.Jrt.I.fIiI dfrfjr fifttc !site, atone IN C't1Ika\Oftd to pswbre the JNIIoC' r5. *!!tr dr gne nrt. b nctkcd from a conviction lC'rOl"E,1."LO'rT '
.1tItJlUng Against religion and lcriou, lean!. What don nut the tutxmcue the urtxTaJ Mrrftawnt kli it etasNtstlaaatacla.ly t.a'cf brag m taalvrartJ with brit ditty t at 4biwune ;
r .4orals.r4' to such an t.lliuri-\\'bat. the bawar.lto r'.w httr. And c. tnne they em xntnit the Court and tbeif "NUEKS bis professional senrkes

1 +U and designs 'specimens of *JxtUcurklcrwnur.ti .. t Sri"k hart bets ufonsnt by tk l scsr eicmw jcn+ ril',fiat CMr"M rte an few,lest .L to the Inhabitants of Pensaeola.H ;

g. '! H.f'IO rand architC'cture! ; "* ] >tte that bw IOT(?I sits! aa W hail j.ti* ctlMii that 4ethr,if aNy facrficvuace+ +MMrf,, 10dY mar br found at his quarters In In. a
models 11'1 pnbluli u lib pbllUte Ju ylun neoiHaa4 flatecaudata aJ U theeto'M"'W ctlnt.coU "
of d1ft put -i 0'"rtT that t tea Mart tend ant Street opposite Major Bowie' -
j lion rent arts, used (0 r'non'n tiaatr In !tae t.rsnel .Itr set 1'r. tint wider bts era-m 2aa a. vane Hrfcaj I I '.'tbrornto.u tutJoa trI the My olP ,

.lof ; with T rohi 1tfQn of all a lIflth'110 an UU'aC\flues th+rSucr tfi l1.e l Js1lt+e fur "'ttt fhtlw a N bonld rtrrt*r j'* sbouJkl r5.. he.ettr.Mtluee the tkiac. residence. '
t bit desert tion against eel Jury to the Court. lrirQreti0t15.r aNlpact eGn the,!those t5..-c to rrU flf.V kion tho e tec itiop
A t tttb ind ttn4 nJfJrall. j It w well nvrUir fjf }'bull j ttt lerthe asrfrscsioa +ft.alse lacyer tl a tM bltaita s of iMaWtt It!

puttu written or printed.t ,the second tnncU&.7. :ml I d fbr trir conn*, .,tetat/rr. U'1k 1sr.lrJtatao4 _-k--t. vsrtuurekNton .A td tostnbak Mtijcttl tl'a 1\i\la 'ofAT LQ.Rg.
fir .tv- At the tart yrtaltrrly tare pac .u..nar r'MJl: ennuinietl p UU tU asaa l tterl'Ur7 latter thc
-, CXOUc plants, and tanh. ,I u..1Jnit !lulu !+ 4alrttltct lsrracctwr & rtajportlaKua. ..+ .t ooa.tatr.cw o I I t !'"Y 1br !, Kw, "QR.4A THIS OFTICEJ -
I . -..*'; .. vl. ui .J'4' S.iii.'f.. t---1 ", .'-.- .-,.-r ":0, ,. _1(1. _. ._ -... .. .' ,'

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1 d" ., nn OKTANT JNI10R\I.\ '\\ui\e "tnttT.. I" OfTEIt wf prvfoVional t"niu i' LV11UER.IU:1P.Etittarr . WATE11BtTRp &

1 fa io/Jfcr q/' tAt /lr urrt'fI ''' nfl as41baa.d t to\J.t.at UtualL-. ;& c* 4* AllnitwT and Coufcwll at S( >. je.trof 1.\' srtxELAAx !

United 14IN, awl tr/iir ; \1. ,":\"! fVi"tMatke+b Ner I** i my wfljcr is ear A. Collins H,.:. link of all'descriptions ;

Ilthntt flonnty I.andt. 1a1"1. sad kmsasdcd to the t-- t.1. 1.tall*...'iHi for reaps iwMftWIe' pickets ; 'II 'GOOnS-ToI

.d OJfec a...rsasrt+.i"'l'"nl ttlakrty, Fort < hiHomr and Coneeohin shingles, ..
|C7* All the military bounty +f,... UK kttir rtwrtJIcnb) ,l. at.. Alabama. .
the state .f For Sale, by the subscriber.R. . ,
in the Sutc of Illioni, ,likh It <+t*+ M tsVtoii ..f. dr* q I In**e.t of Lately landed from the .Vcb to CLAPP. Co
tnrbaAltrutO M"c if, and aft am about affa from }tYJ Ynrk h.eh: they
patented on or before A\iff. IH; (.'irt fatty d*,'s rill a* ntwntd U the Iaw of IN Slate ur. AU'- ,.-a. Jf'nlacobuJ. $tf l'e>iuble tertw, tu: offer :

e arc chargeable with a "\ for the 'ltev.et"C'. which are now in ... Jlrv.li fur -- -,. .- 100 boxes f'hdnasfotd

USI; and will *r *crfer uth 4'. MriiniMs r. t. which will be .wtl> rifcubicd.JOHN '':\\h ,t\\\' Vuvmturc.IILin U. 16by 1tlltby. 18 b1 12.17.

the month of May next* (' 4a, >iU !Momh "., II. CHAPLIN. i j hI HI.t 1v,9671hy i
r ni. Furniture
same time. shall have. been paid e\\\\ \\ttlltrt, \\c\\tttA. Pe aro1*. \u. I*-Ifi and r 1k Mahogany dntra.l.* received by 1 JIP tWo, s Cogniae Holland Isn nrand".tb PtooI's
I ir-wft |i-r 1.br I-diloo of the ( ahawba.Hunt hr Planner from Philadelphia 1 !. Jamaica Hun,
Alf the military bounty land A' *i W. .%r 4 Mr o1 Mr. L4.hn n
\m < J.irn tammi ii.. IV state of llliottisv jtairnud CUI or ........11\JIM; HK11tI.F air rrt|.r lel let ins tl ttelabo't" three Harmon's Ilrtck Store the 6bK Ciders J
.I' Au>;U.t 1, 1817, (uhlrh1 snd ata..tAiwK d......*\ 14. "I,. timrt drtttl forwanl their bills to this on 4 itch'chat, Lly.onTea;

I. dud,. the w,%ctr,) arc ta.\i1ilc .,w iI hr g era fiti' sa+i-.. th, Q uflir.. Ucach. I chest Hyson skin d',.
r t-:A.a awl tvO.l..lli5* fc* tit. .t.aat.. .t ._ F. II. N1SDKT k Co. 2u boxes Sperm. Candle jt

Bounty lands which ha\c been ar taeaty'dollar f r IMtt '.. TO '.TKAViaLlU. I Oct. 29*-.tf Ju i\n.\ Soap
. I. its'ft'.& 2lW htinhcli Liverpool b'OWIISltta
i by the soldier or patentee* if +rl.3u, IIC If r "llK w' ,iwr, rrwlii s on the? 2UhrkinIlutter ,
'r flu Y1t YiiuAurnA
t or before the lit of Aug. become A Point a' the bead of Yellow \'a- ,; 10 do. Lards .

ble the same )'ear.-if.sold )((",()IUIJUON.\ to 1 il trr ISat'. inform his friends and the Imt rt'ftR..1 perthr sthoontr AmanUal lu b. llama I

of became .ta Mi4ffd with him in the that hr has fittnl HO < *ant ..ftm Ne*,Yt rk, Iii. bUshtJ n-oibl
I 1st AUJJ. they AS aft public up a *M .tt"cta r.'f hi pipct and t>bt*. .su bb l"Om I

succeeding year. pr-t.f 1IIt1)1C1L, JtllII I. nr** ary bw'dinv* fur the reception. .'a n ltu* ItS psu theons and bblt.vn 12 bU. Corn Meal t

; i The tax is onr dollar and Ury &.Ii"J. t.1) Thnr shop is next and eantrntmce Of"i'tittrt I ....!'."rtfttl\bbls.rkrtrt 3 cask* CT>ee e t2u

per quarter section, where the to the CJotcrnor's OflWr, wrWrr nm\ Tf"\. *\\\ \ *.. Ilaikant tins 'R km bl. Mip rhne Richmond FI m
seasonably listed for taxation will dc,ote their time Uo profes -- - ntMtMr lupuiw nnattr, in boxes of C l>iin(llr,_Hay; a
to and from of the >tatri. and will[ ,
any awr daa.ta tact i' I bbl. \furas'IC't.
If listed in the 2nd
third clait. I tfC7
business'i September --
'" afford a* comfortable arcomimxlations, rrrr 3 hhiifl. of Git*and
f the tax is &M9, ud if Jilted RISE h'ralrrt as a new setUiof country can afford.IT \1.I1t.II1.'cl old anti extra miality.ATHKI 3J Cakes Loaf. !. Eattbeaante
, 1st class, the las is 83,20, per \ 5 V LSo--.d
is the intention of the subscriber general
section, annum. omnttt3aliutt \trt\\\\\\\ r Lands per hereafter sold for taxes, to hate (IS soon a* possible) one .Mdf.ctured Tobaccos DlliYQCEl D

a be redeemed whVm one > '0/
sate by paying the taxes year and *ILL faithfully attend to acy hn- saf'ncientt tlkeiD.t.nt*and tneagtnd artily nn.IWrfsuyerorgwitytthesebullock's AMONGST WU1CH Aat;
Ittras rntruilrd to him. lit sails Laity i Superfine and common blue and
t \ t four oared boats with for 1111'
Kith an addition of 50 percent M Lte torn of Engbnd broad Cloth and
GEORGE CHURCHILL hand for Je low for Cash or tier fcccofntnodationof p U tnjrrsfnm IUo n and Ground Liverpool SALT in I 'gurtd l1ombouctl,black and plain

the head of Yellow \Vater Day to Ten. .chtC.a and 2busheksScprtin Furniture IXnutics figured Weir .
gent Bdroardu'ilr1IrnU, ( and ;gentlemen Hnots and sacvU. We and half boxes, and short Yellow \Nankeens Aeerw .

kcrvicrs, as such, to all those of etery deicriptlun. C. CASSIS. 1Ia-in "W"btit.td:nut purchaser; sha., black and colored Union tpwees >, ,'lW

; and others who own lands in that land Childtrn\ do. 'ftt'emhrrtf. Mnsiuril in b Ufe -London manitfjcturetA Nag lUndkerchjefi black .d 'brtt

His charge is only SO cents ", ne Shoe for Ncgroc --- ixvnite o/ Djmtttlt Good. I con lk (.iotes Linen (faabrc black tart.,

(quarter or half section)for 1iIIU "aidf.fU.ihn. E. XISUY.T & Co. .'salt if ftotton (tote,('alubric MuiJ.n O 'ata land t
great Hock
plain :
Mitolnsj wb tt and
Umds for taxation I paying the tax s of etery df"IU pliun. HAVE RECEIVED, Clwclst jifkIUn \'!tjftgs, Ruwia Sheeting,blaetoj Ip
enclosing the official l receipts C'anlv.' St,pt.J bru*n H UatacL .Wdrbbckaw lIaNlk..ftbitfi.
: . .
land owner. Letter, post *ud P' Tt asattaas lk'Mnlll'I'w.h IbDt1artbC.,
small riftmenl of lI.td-\\'aft"; AM .." R fUll SALT It.bboals coo,
dressed to him as abuse, : Icrtett, .tll& t..ughtJJ1l. (
eotitlanil tin hand r//A. /o//.orr/.vf aoous* 1-b
dollars chartered jttcit / Ctw..hlt. .U.U'awlin bruwn dhirtngt ie. ic.
on any \ \ 'it'tlrtrit's II 1 Vtt .nd Haff titter*aw.IrlCt., llrtrww its:
f bank in the t.. States, will IK (\\" \\\\ 1U IIMVNrm 0rIr..o-rr. Itmw. :$f..gt tongs 1Itltcchtti.btto JeIHJelUel1 hoots and Shoes.A.sl ,

1 1) attended to, and the o\erplus u kinds. 2u f1II l lax aaa ,. LV STdKE

cd to the land holder. A.5 0 Barrels Iri-h 1'ntalni'c i,11bhNew l>Kl.. Knot, .fnd'irr Me t'Aruro. from Havana t Hardware, Paints, Oil, Turpentine

will ,pay the taxes and other Je, if applied for immediately ill, rwR'pt"n. Cottdtr and Itrown Sunn and flu. KUHUI, &c. &c.
ids API'k
for_two years,and lease! a snull ".. J, 1821, .-.if. :IS dg rt nr.-1.""' l.iqc.fltJ April 2J llC'1.-(
1 in favor of the laud owne. u ----- ------- -- .J ir.r4'W bate Wine.faIv in 'fare, remaining of farmer

sums are received in audition \ j etiin wkhimg to purr haw DM*ii 15 h mU H* r lhd.\Jf. .1"1'1110'' ttl 1:011: SALE

t taxes and other charges ate ually the valuable Iwirsksrr of : fi'tT3 2 Pif* fth ptrnf("o Jttiae brandy fI hhktya AT Tlll
t and the annual fee of 50 the ba"f r'tH Kola from PaU- 2t'a ka11.ttt ". New 11r1 M fusenatto Sugar r
agency 84 *l 4 Wine Loaf Sftgar, Do .blc rt Rned t p}NS.'UOl..1lOOK STQR&SIt.N .
the land ; Ct tn N.y Cute, it.fct learn the Valuta mTj> .M4jr* ,
a htt will be credited to b calling Mlw'riWr.t 5 qr.6. I_ 1'. !tUbfe r-lT>Knrir, operas and Uotdd Cain4f tni OF THE
der, and applied to the payment ) s>t 3v ta ).11 r.kr.i'ettrratd.kby t"na m anti 3aearaa a

lure taxes. It is necessary fur JOHN II.UIAPI.IN', 1. '.1..rp.-I"IUndJUI' dl, Mc"Ii.trtMabk FOLK BIBLE
-tf .lttor, ,Itlr.I"", vW.atlartt ,
V of his ,Pa a
inform the
., owner to agent ( .. AN ASSORTMENT OF
'-' tt
2.J sn4 tt.e rstt
ktgtlir4 1.u.1.fk.k'r.
n of residence, the date of his ) irroit FS1 I' u. 4c 1it t'twnaa N chat,. ,: HOOKS

deed, and the particular quarter 4i roumed the practice .if. MFDILI 71gvrhrrw.t..do t'Zfrftdw.....tW1t1 cJ Nawi Ket: ,
-1 lion, township, and range in ,'. ('.w 5 r .!Wrong j wA/cA are the folhtfaf
NK in l-en QIa..1 'CluMI
land lies."Delay. D1 Y ( i ivix 001)S mrr>ttr-rarthenna,rCut CtaM, and akrnetJ American State Papers lu vob.Nichohon's .
art dan. .r"u.-Jr ItitY| i- attend his former patient its-wrLt tat af Dry t'. ods,cttisoLng of Encyelopet., ] ,oll.

arc not seasonably :.istrd ,in the, friends in Jr"hf".. : Iktty,,t aimeret, IIftl""Rna.:."tdinr.19.'l1d. liuck'ti Thtolcg-cal Dictionary,
1).f&1Iarui. re'lt. 11.-if I.&w bbe sail hW1AMt6ft rIM' .*, Clt cks MuJta ('allltMt : and a iobtnson's History of Ilaptism,
class, they are liable to be listid !. .. M.rk and r.la.aarbk 'M' Caastlwrms ,.rrty tifntVr rtklr.-AIIof r ht
Auditor: in the .uO'td or f'r' *t il Las .\\\\\\\n.\\. "r l'trc IM htat.t. w a Ivr .'mdtar. .rt rrd fur 't". Cogan on the PlUs OnJ

to be charged with a highet tax. 7i' 908 bttsxst h.rintLt ,3.1 and 14 reanaenia.uath. March, tlr.'Z Spectator, Rambler

lays n ay also subject the Und kksrh.I'.k.ad sal *MMr**t .'. U sal NOTICK.rIXKKN 'pri.tlla' Letters
to the of the costa of (I II..I.JJ.rfl..\"'/. $1.14 1''ei, h ll ..17-8 Est.Td.-r.M (:hrticld'a: Lctte,,
a tie: ; :it? and sale. It i is ther. f're ad 'f rr,' ', U' 'h 'Y L.j. IfMki l +tw"r5 "JWf', up by tbubcribuon the Wol\Jcrt\altiihfe of the World,
.1.j.J. I .t :31. ... 1Jft. LMM |t. .rf k T.dw ; I X. 'lh in,. A nrgro man who calls Secrets Family Receipt Bc6.
b'! fur all those concern ;, to v'v J Hannah More's works,8 volt '
t "b"ibs In. 1..bir 4.sir ry I . C alllt 1..; himself HILLY n'd is about 32
i:',":cdiatc aitrntinu lo Ibis 1'11111 CL.'IrS.ZCIILrlII. l'res..ltrit...-, laabts IJ'wm,. .wntlrta.a. negro \\1t1.ppcaJ Phillips SpeeckA
J ..... feet 6" inctves
.r rah use high,
1 loj IcJ trcatse on (Umes,
Pu: ..Masers of bounty lands are Itaat..w.laatakttbetnoSe'."haa 'w ta r
anti u-... IILoc.L and ft.* on an old fur hat, blue: broadcloth Juitiu<'Letters Pope's work%
e"., ut withholditiK their deeds Grautl -4 f .tant (
capital e
p Ital.aa oat.ami: scotch laid Fan? Assistant
tnps' -MK* awl c *nr4 Hi*> pitmaloons sysir .
-I' !
r1 will no longer protect of Siitit.M', is gloowo10fMOO Utthu4 on Political 1 ,
,attt"as and H U.IMI ,. .:... twrlaa.tI1.LSap.aatp wan purchased from the estate of Economy
UiK ', from sale fur taxes, as they Bow ditch's I iI.
tawu :23vou .ttra.aLettMJ lruI.IlanOkt4e .. Ilaptiit Barber, de.*d. Maryland, Saint Navigator
nrie taxed in the names of sop(G sad fM (.a.Wi IC t..yituta.,i4 t atfNt. American Coast Pilot
Mar} s county, some time in November ImLtn Wan in the west,
patentees or soldiers unless stems 4. and 64 Mull *fki HM.& M JN4-1 tM.1 3
i tiVii owner 25,000 boa ii5tala .1Ml6 Md JIll.beer Jfnft arilaaatl.i last, by one Mr. Garner, and runaway IlariUc's Freemason. Monitor !
proper 11000 \WfXf l"sebttlta+ti and a satiety of fancy pdt. from him between Oaknulganti Flint Crmu Masonic Chart,
LUrds of bounty lands sent to
SpotJ Masonic
ANO AX A$ OHTMtXT IIP risen,sometime about the last of Jan- Constitutions
agi yvill be recorded and 100 IOJW Pike's ExpctLtion, BrjdoMft Too,
for '. GLASS k LIVERPOOLUES.. uary last. The owner is requested to Cook' SilLonn't Tnre!
to tr: owner, by mail, S3 ( IS 21 ,OO Vujrages, *
be Nod in advance) which sum .fL. O, tome forward prove property pay Chateaubriand's TnreU,
.' i 2J r.a.1We ttopr.M charges and take him away. Kolhu's Ancient HistorjvMather's I
r Pay A expenses attending 1tf72tf. l 30 4. T..md 4a+lsr' J. INGKAHAM.PcnMKela Mii1 nalia,
inf. r -.' 4'"pl| postage, which must Ub"h1 .S.soooo Uc.ttsSSOOpoo .b labia N.tsl Mm.A BicUml';] l 11.tory flf Enr1arJ. .
,r tk' paid by the land holder. :". S I"..IJ.,,, in rt/tr'"", a large MwrtnwKt of TwiN and -WI April 13, 1827- (;)JJ m \'.Greece,no..dea't Smenu.TjUcr'a .

f:. t uenCHILI rtTers those who t OMly to >eUra... Not two CMnligv.PttttM IIntttnatbC'dUotner Law General History. U
ft '\ '. "Stitnonials ol'his : *!*,fattb 4-tf will practice in all the Courts of :nntfge on South America a
tv On the 10th d
a prize. *) -- ---
- - 'Vest Florida. lie be found at his Johttaun's Ltves of th*Pwta,
ft may
actuality, to the following" c d.-posiied in the wtted one prize V5. '1."B, chamber in Mr. Collin Hotel. We cmi*Life of W .binltou. h

n' oo,i ojt the ith day' ont prize Lire Patrick lI.nt,
& i 1T.k1Patt, hor rlt.UTns J. C. MITCHELL.September .
t' 1&111 L. Stone S. \ 1Jc.\1umr. .
Esq. Curran't I.d' hw
{ rlU; un the 90th day,one prize of j'l Ik.thr by lOA
ti3'f i otiruf and Candy and,, Daniel anetStaspttraloeekr-rl.am l-3-t South*,'.Lire of WeiUjr, .
ifc.13th f __ I.t
on day woe prize a W tlt.I .far Im tnOtiltact Sort tatJwt -- \'atlt:1' 1A.uot\at, ,
si; >."w.York.Mr. tJ; on the Mh day, one prize i/ ,4-a at .J"--+,u .*H a. an tkl'aat -lliOjlt'lIDtll DQ IU r' Norniand Smith Hartford. "_.I
'N: anti on the Jntb day, one p O.rn.gt-eon pru1 of ItelPi Operative Surgery,
Het. H. Ciosuclt New 1tIAU ( the bat snalttuS.1Id1C".A the 'hi Ie fit FEW boarders be I:
of SI'rik" utiject !. ap.a sty \ genteei : can accommodated Barton'* tulle,James Burns

Mr. George Bacon, Philadelphia.Altars. wuatrt a..w
e puip
\VvUmers 8c Sklnn"tn, uriwin-. Tlir dran.o in a private family. \ HwcUunr ">i> Syp.Ji"1..a'ol tlt
about for
; "C", a fMr- at this"".
Boa-.:n.an, E. I*. Dackus, and E. vrrm No cml er. : JIIMS'1 Enquire of the Printers. fP' t bnnuaH, Thctra'Pndc: 11'ars' tC\
Cooper's JMjrgtrr
't oirord, Albany. Cath .illbrpn>tiipilraduner'l! April 6, 1822. Ph'nnocolu aj new work.t'rle11 Ct,

E. Peck k Co. Dooksell rs, Prim at either' of 1). (..lUoS-, 1'.1Ut \UUS1t, M at Guy )*Msr ngo, hi
S. 1.,1
tcr, N' Y. .1S, ''I"at' Luau nk6ruh
United Slairt J.tlrry Ojfien, ror- Ha .0'.1
Gen. W. L. Churchill, Uatavia, Helen and iubietno stnx 1%, I'm-i JII't rrceitrd an assortment of ..1'ItrJJI.r .rr I-l Ii Ktml\ orthTae Pirate, (t,

S. 1). Leonard Esq. O.wC" o N. ll'LVTEIl GOODS r r' Ambrose of the Monk h
; o. 13711tnadua), 'ENDERS his services to the pub- ilnutr work.
J Ur. Jon J. I'mi'lrrg&st, and Ih south ihirdstrrri, NC"-"otL"1 8.1" Nir, Mitr and bLck dl'l4M titre" I JL lie. Ills ofHceb attached to his Tom Jones.o, Fool f, new of Quality, C.Ii

Churchill, Winficld, lieiUmir V Market '. Halt imorc ; an< Twfwct +s'a.s stbl cnaona+ I1, :4u5.trnaersised:4tinett Vtinprs, Nhits Mt,, I dwelling on the public square, and in It)ron's W urI fob.JiritW 1L Iif. :

Y. i .. \t'cJ''e'\\-a.l.inJttntitr. .and t k tnuiint. remit anal white J'1.\. the immrd vicinity of the barracks. 1'oeU,8 rol,fflL

E. Tilden, Esq. P. M. Kew \ art lsoaet.rrctt. a.we1td eoMrsrr. ('aIi.- drt, I November 26.-. N.'Y. ; St\lttitlitllatlttttra, j 1 sae trrb... tla!that..CamtMUn ; .- XlooruV Melodies, lrg

r Doublcday, Esq. Chenango [ under the authority of the ream ksa k.t& ttobta.kttd a.k ..hrt'.gtrtd II DOLLARS IlEWARD. Ctonwav's SpaniahGrunmat vrks.llloomRthl', '
rY a.t 1 otbnt 1141"- II, Lest,
K. and the Pnzn all floating .1-lht..I..t-W1 stet from the subscriber Schrevrlii Lexicon, r.

4 . G. A:_Worth, Esq. Cincinnati, O d6c.-d.offer* the greatest ihd.( .-.ar. ". ItI.c aut ahitt du Ihbt.aw r.tsa, itra.w a a'itrrl. and a : RANVAY 8th Match last, two negro Luesilen' Greek and Latin?&&&*>

3ir. 11. Liemmg;, printer, Venders Adtenturrtn.. (1&-1 'spry 1"-1 Silk Isandkttth.sf. ..-gtU'lt fellow, one named JAMES, the AI1U1Latin Grammar, *'I Mi

Kjr.Mr. post paid, forwarded to the erua,.S.It 1... t.awl wail other AARON. 'rhf1'StreSel'n about Matr'a Atusworth's Introduction c

I; Chaancey S. Paj-n, Detroit. for tickets orrhanarssill re- 4t d'ka1in, 3ltanbtr.cksh.tr .lttl hat hr Jth March at David Tait's Cow- 'CSccraaixt VIrgdDelphTn Dictionary ?, . tiqtie,
W. R. Almond, .Esq. P M. thankful and punctual attention Ito. .Ts wt.ahrl nrwt.l'tot..w.. .., t'atr nt ti.bson's SorrefTooke b'',
1lttbrl pens; attempts were made
Va. ,
hem but did succeed. 1111
not James has
M. 1WMASTIC ttI OCJIJ$ %Mor .'*,U*' gUt"$ *CUB left
? Hugh Alexander Esq, r. D. G11a1a1S1 11''a, since bun taken and says Aaron in* .
Roujc, La. 1-I that '.J..I tba 1*.1.4 Cbctk ,10. .cOKTapies, Atitbasw rat
; tends going to Fvnsacola. lie also raJ"' )aboU', and Root's
agent ft the United i/ofr yr 4* do. 4-4 Mtfcm LOOM KlrrMir. J- says ,
1 January 21,1 the Afanajfer .I*. TMblc UH Ih.U" Pearl Aaron has changed hU name and calls "', Grammar,l lIadcrkf.s agt

4" fc 'Printe* of new spacers 'U. CULLILSPIK has had the aawi ll .wrb.. f.Uw dr Matta)kIn.,,sdrtr1hma4.hkr.cand I himself 1r Hank in;his left thumb has I3sdktr'aDictionaylluacsu'at4'. i! n

out the U. States, h)' giving the knotSvPttakb, RtaI :been split and is stilt Any who Aniencan Preceptor hen
I an insertion in their respective of selling, and paying snore ,,sw.usr LN.alrag.t'kilt|tro l*s M|.Ka C+,1, will deliver said Aaron person 'cbstcr' spelling BooD '3'" rat
ltibk 4
will confer favor the /V/zr, drawn from the wheels 1 .%o.Ill( .t1("anI,hest,sad Itnr-''. to me, or secure Quarto OCUTO School&Pocket '. herlti
a signal oa him in some jail: and give information lferl't
dVf'.!Vrs of Lotterien,within two tears, -rla berg.ae.alct.t f11t t..h.U7..lnlLt Alru, the follow/nr Frost' .
our country's rights,
that I
'n get him shall receive the above
: will, dftubileit prcnt many of ) other tender of tickets in A- IIOKS AND IIOCITH, ben aril. Life of Naoleon, t nisi
The following are some of Lebma's Ttkn.aque,
tram )awing their hard.arned r.c.lrmcn IIi_ IIan, arty l Short tim, JOIN SLATEiL a.nuetrueht'1til Hiss, ass

.a. tkf. tioua'sreslJsprnlthcki. i Ihnnof The Floridian is requested to givrhr "'If'-nt'. DictionaryPcmuV . '
AMRIUCMN UAKEItV. or ssopoo 2 do.of 840.000 faLt1
ebocolte. d4. ?.I nt, Sptnts.cdi (Gramr.. tXUC11C' ac oys
T t ihseribm. having ftreltatii the', do. SO OOO 2 do. 25/XX Md,.(..nNot of float llang.A. insertions, and forward l'orne>f* '. D' Boek. toirtl
c1'.jlh.hICtnofa'cI....)t. : do. :opco" do. 10,000 i ptpeT ud t..b A," i i their bill to this Office for payment. *H 'trSTATIONABI !
t. V Co. In IV nfecula rc*;-ectfuny 'tnforet U.t 3,000 2 do. 2,000 A. TVW'cC x*rte that H>t-j. jtr no x.read/to famuli 1,000 wM rts.oiuLle term.. iartttrls o% ,ltttutttistrutlou t"
w )
liberal Urns with ICTTAILOHIN'CS BUSINESS OV the eiUte cf thou late Doctor J. V. D. aril
an small' I n nflitnx
1iuttt au\1 e.'V, %yenCT'h''rS \\ er rrizr*. .Vutly/tzrtittd mtt4r abne/ilace. Y others bating teen granted to the untmirT4 CONSISTING Q Jt Iris"IIrl't
by 6f
JLe the Akald, the tr
tic.r tf l'eniscola, 22d Oct II cit,ctf PtitMCola,they httcby prt nonce Unit ; ; and Utter Paper, I spy

Tbote dettroui o(uiung Uicir tlrwul r'J1 GOOD CYPRESS SHINGLES tUl HMaeecmnts* book* snot papers,are deposit. 1h>,ttti 1 C'phuinr anti L'w.rcut.Copy QuJ, pdLbnl4 "istit.

apply al the fJ.kl-I.,1tIC.ar! at the ton c f : PaNlIllJzl lj'J.1)ekx:4rrj, loa ULLPcMlCeb.hau'1 cd in the, iid*<>r H. K.Ca n E-J. to whom pay. &ckPllUJ.UA Kcttcu* .J 'Iiflilt
An ',at the w-kd. and t-tl taunt i.rtgn. tt"l to be maje and all persons Pocket Knl e' son J-TV. fImliiUlabUr
sworn :61j"
Interpreters hatsagclam.-s.t ; i-: y lnk.tar4Z! *
WALTER PAGAN & - thstdceeated are requcs- !Stktst.lsc *
&tUlat rs in Pensauila. llteir tt led view alwvtut order that ,'c.fb C-wt and rocket ,
: tI ,1 to"pmen' a.t they
Pcnucoif 1t
Jau.r.a,2S _- : on the pat square oppostt. %? :; ertttat$ & \\i\\a mart be diichatged, ... t'II.t. !
\ tit u. 1
PRINTINGA'fmitycjccculcd house tif Laths wit BAKNCT ;
; uTrmment ;, : '
.cl tklt f"+. **, !*, So,_ ';''a Apr s>.Ie..t i I -. -.rt'n, 1'031. ;- ,\ 1
r.-. r" ---- 4.: !.
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