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: June 15, 1822
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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NICHOLAS in nlwwe. Continuance I cumetils ; the whole! or with very few his superior This service had Bern them without his order. ID the transactions attempted both to the personal
uf Ki nutMtcriplion pcr annum ( the discretion) of thi Edi.tor .i: cxreptiottt, the whole of whl.. ought: consummated i and Cot. CalUva whom of Sou**, on this occasion, is :approach of Colonel Duller and Doctor
*, MJ to the dMchtrjfe of all MTttntpc*. I by tbe positive stipulations of the ire. Gen. Jacksoa had formerly notified that manifested the same consciousness Bronaugh, and to exhibit:: a resistance '
applications for Till: r&.O.IIIU.must be ac. tjr, and by the express order of the 1 he had closed with him his official correspondence that the claim of diplomatic privilege, by force of arms to the execution of the
-orniI\lIyith! the advance.payment,or the : King of Spun, to have been immediately forever, was bound,by the set up by Col. Callava: to screen him Governor's order. And it is not little ,
I'tlld will not be forts anted i delivered to Col. Forbes. Nut special stipulation thettratytohate from the operation: of the authority of remarkable, that among the 'persons "

"FLORIDA DOCUMENTSicsomfianylng ] one of them was delivrrrd to him nor I. evaculcUs one of the Spanish officer, Goernor Jackson, was without foun who appeared thus! arrayed against the .;
the of the PretiJrnt has otc of them been delivered.. to this the province, Wfore the lid of August.If d tiun. For, although he refused to authority of the United States to. at- .
Mettage day. i Gen. Jackxin had, in courtesy< to deliver up the pipers, conformably to complish the denial and removal or the '. t
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vfthe8th Jfirit, : The order for the surrender of the -'_ "a, noi rtth- the Governor's command,he submittedto papers, was= aman against whom the .I -
prot'iucesen: delayed from day today ,1110"r"",, 4"-. the examination of them by the com- most important of those papers were
State Don Joaguln
Secretary of to notwithstanding the urgent and I garter I a% a".*.**....v..r, fur the delivery mi"ionrr, in obedience to the same judicial decisions of Governor Callava
.Induago continual solicitations of Col. Forbes, of the ;t* tinrr, there can be no authority and tiough he declined re- himself in behalf of the orphan children -
DE..AUTMEVT OF STATE, for the term ol six weeks, at the end pretence that he was entitled tope- ceiling from them the letter demandingthe for the establishment of whose i
H'tit/tlnglon, 5th wf/ir/f 1812.: ] of which, to avoid further indefinite I cial I privileges under it, after he had delivery of the papers,he told them rights! they were Indispensably necessary '
San ;-in the letters which, I had the I It"niJr procrastination, he was compelled to avowedly performed all its duties i after that to relieve himself from tbe responsibility ,and at whose application they had .' ,
of writing you, on the 2d of November -: depart without receiving the archivesand I he ha4 been informed by General of keeping. them, he should been required.\ N' .,
and 31st of December last, documents, but with repeated promises Jackson that their ofTiciil correspondence deliver them to GovernorCatlava him Standing thus, in open defiance to r, _
vou were informed thai a definitive an. of the Governor that they shouldbe was finally closed and after the self. They were accordingly sent: to the operation ofthe. law, Colonel Cal )
;i\vcr to the complaints against certain transmitted to this government- date whet,by the positive engagementsof the house of Col. ..II.ut.nd put into lava was taken before the governor >rand
: lings of General Andrew Jack. promises which have remained to this the treaty which he was to execute, the possession of his steward Futterat.It there refusing to answer the interrogatories -
proccf .. ownd have from is clear however that if the to him, and asserting the
sou, while governor of Florida,-which day unperformed. he was ) to departed papers put
were contained in a letter to this De The order for the delivery of the the province. From the time when his while in Sousa's possession,were privileged groundless pretension of answering ,
parttteittfrom Don Hilario de Rivas y provinces themselves, were not only Fnnctirns for the surrender of the province from delivering up at the com only as a commissioner, and by a protest -
Salmon, before your arrival in this thus unreasonably withheld, but when were discharged, he could remain mand of Governor Jackson, they were against the acts of the Governor
country, and in your Inters of the 18th made out*though not furnished to Col. in Pensacola, no otherwise than equally privileged from examination he was, by his order, committed to .
and 21d of November, would be given "'orbcltillthe last meek in May, were as a private unprivileged individual by the same authority ; and if they prison,until the documents should be f :
after the substance of those complaints made to bear date on the fifth of that amenable to the duly! constituted American were not lawfully screened from his delivered to the Alcalde. On the next
should have been made known to Gen. month : nor were they prepared con- authorities or the! place, and subject process in the custody of Sousa, they day, a search warrant for the papers tt"
Jackson, and his explanations of the formably to the stipulations of the treaty to the same coairool of General could not be made so by removing I was issued by the Governor, upon
motives and considerations by which he or to the royal ordrr of Hit Catholic Jackson *s a private citizen of the them to the house of Colonel Callava. 'which they were actually obtained, and
had been governed in adopting the Majesty ; for, instead of directingthe United States would hate been to thai The truth ii.-tbat the removal of the directed to be delivered to the Alcalde; ;r
measures complained of, should have surrender to b* made to the commissioners of the Governor of the Florida*,Ufurt documents, .that time, and in such a whereupon, Colonel Callava was immediately
teed"td. or officen of the United the surrender had taken place. manner, was a high and aggravated released.In .
been In performing this promise I am Stales duty authorized t. rrrrtvf Ihrm* That this was the opinion of Col. Cal contempt of the lawful authority ofthe ail these proceedings you will ,
.commmided by the President ..... tti-.v for writ Col. immunitiesbutisumed of discourtesy towards Colonel ,
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United Sialcs'lo l't'pe.\ltthe\ assunuic tin* l1frN a trma.r. a. < *'d tu Judge Kromrntin CatUvadiplomatic or even
of Itis deep>> regret, that the transactions: those respective proviner to Colonel of Joke i r."/ '.. 'Co rescue Mm stunt that he was still the Governor Caltava/ was authorized by Governor
t. ., fortm-d the subject of these com- Forbes himself who h.d ('um tift" Unitru the arrrst under which he was placedby of the provinces and that Sousa was Jackson, which was not indispensably :
w't'.lnt., ......... -. ... -- -..-....., ...? mates no authority tw<< rrceitr them. tle order General Jackson is apparent amenable for his conduct only to him. necessitated for the maintenance of his i
his full conviction, upon a review of all And although expressly advised of this" from their; conduct on that occasion. Cot CalUva might on the same pretence authority, and the discharge of his official .'
the circumstances which have attended fact by Col. Forbes: with the h'fat It is stated by Judge Fromentin have retained the whole body ol duty, by the unjustifiable and obstinate .
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them,that they are attributable entirely that the orders of delivery might be that, before granting the supposed writ the Spanish officer and troops under resistance of Colonel: Callava .
to the conduct of the Governor and amended, and made com form able to or Aa'.H. cr/*., he required that Cot.Callava his command at I'ensacolu. and insisted himself 1
Captain General of Cuba, and of the the treaty and to the royal command should enter into a rrcogni.tance upon exercising over them alt his On a review of the whole transactions
subordinate officers of Spain, in cvad- Governor Mahy did not so amend it, for twenty thousand dollars, with extinguished authority governor and i I am instructed by the President of the :
ing and refusing the fulfilment of the but reduced Cot. Forbes to the alternative two securities, each for the amount often commander in chief, after the 21st of United States to say that he considersthe
tnost express and positive stipulationsof of submitting to further del)*, or thousand dollars ; the condition or( August, as he could lo exercise any documents in question, as among- ;
the treaty, both of evacuating the province within six months from the ambiguous order of delivery of West Callava should personally he and appear over Domingo Sousa or to extricate treaty, ought to have been delivered up
exchange: of the ratifications of the Floridaauthoriz.ing its surrender to the before the Judgr of the United him from the lawful; jurisdiction of Govemor with the province, to the auhoritles of i
treaty, and of delivering the archives legally constituted fcuthoitlir of the Stairs for Wesi Florida, Sec. whenever Jackson.It the United States ; that they were::, on
and documents relating directly to the United Slates, (that is, as Governor required to t9 do; thai he should not is under these circumstances that the 22d of August, when in the posses
property and sovereignty the pro- Mahy well knew, to General Andrew depart from the city of Pen vieola,without the subsequent measures of Governor sion of Domingo Sousa,whhin the jurisdiction -
tinc s. Jackson) only, in ease of any accident the Icavo of the said court, nor Jackson are to be considered. lie immediately of the United States, and
t At the time of the exchange of the happening to CoR: Forties, whom he wAd away remove, or otherwise dispose issued in authority to Col. subject to the control of their Governor,
ratifications of the treaty, your predecessor still a affected-: consider notwithstanding of unknown to the said court, Robert Butler, and Col. John Miller, acting in his judicial capacity and lia-
General Vivcs, delivered an or- his own express declaration to thr ant ur the papers in r uestioa. It was to seize the body of Sousa together ble to be compulsively: porduced by his
der from His Catholic Majesty to thr contrary, as the commissioned agent of only upon the promise of his friends with the papers: and to bring them before order ; that the removal of then from u
Captain General and Governor of the the United Stiles to that effect. that U.i, rrcognmnee should be exe him,thai Soua might answer such the possession of Sousa, after the Governor's -
Uund of Cuba: and of the Florida, in- The twenty boxes of documents and ('ulrd.that Judge Frnmcntin consented interrogatories as might be put to him, order him todeliver them had
fanning him of the cession to thc Unit archives: which were at the lIayafltJa.at t,. issue the writ of hsbran nr .. j and end "'.. l'1ith such order and decree been served upon him, could not with-
<' of inch he u-'U the Governor, that was thither from Pcnsacola ; and rtrry pretension of r rmptioa from>> the and records a* tAt rtifhtt tf the indlVMfM Jackson: and was a high and
situated on this continent, and instructing contained all the most important records judicial authority of the country ; and ./., ttturtd to thtm by the treaty, aggravated outrage upon his lawful authority -
'him as follows : of property in \VeU Florida. consequently of the diplomatic privileges might require a. "I command you, and ordain, that, The possession of them was in the of arommissionrr.ti rate might demand. Ry virtue of this Callava was: a necessary,though by the .
after the: information which shall be Irighestdegree important to the United has been seen that the most im- order, Sousa was brought before Governor President deeply regretted consequence n 1
seasonably given you by my MinisterPHiipotcnl'ury States, not only as the couches* of individual portanl documents relating to the property Jackson, and again; recognizedthe orbit obstinate perseveYance in refusingto
and Envoy Cxiraordinaw property, but as protming of West Florida had been trans- authority under which he was: deliver the papersand outs unfounded "
:at Washington, of the ratification guards against the imposture of fraudulent milled to thelfavaqna ; there remain- taken, by answering the interrogatories claim diplomatic immunities and .
lu ng been exchanged, you proceed on grants. rd, however, a portion of them particularly -I put to him. Hut he had already put irregular exercise even of the authorities -
\ jour part, to make the proper dispositions The same persevering system of*ith- of judicial records, relating. the papers and documents out of his of a governor of Florida, after the
in order that, at the end of six holding documents which it was their the titles individual property. Some: possession; and thus, as far as was in authority of Spain in the province had
months, counting from the date of theca duly to deliver, has marked, I am deeply of these Cot CsJtava did deliver-up; his power, baffled the ends of justice, been publicly and solemnly surrendered :
: :Uangv of the ratifications, or toonrr 'concerned to say, the b duct of with the province; others of the same I and set at defiance: the lawful authority o the United States.
if fitstiiltte< the Spanish officers and both the commanders of Rut and West description and character, indispensable or the Governor. That the documents were of the des- )
lioups may evacuate the: territories of rlotidaho were clurgrd, respectively for the administration of justice in! lo this transaction, Col. Caltava was cription of those which the treaty had .
Ixrth Florida, and thai possession of to deliver those prutmcr to the the ftrovittrc, and useless at the lIauRI ,,- avowedly the principal agent ; and altogether stipulated should' be delivered up with =
, M'1t given to the oflicers or commis- United States. It is to this cause, and whither it was his intention to hate unjustifiable as it was, whatever the province, is obvtousrfrom the consideration \ .
tubers of thr United Slates, duly au- to this alone as appears from a reviewof transported them were retained: ; not consequences d inconvenience to of their character. They :'
ifanzid to ncfive ihttn. You shall ar- all the transactions of which you in his possession, but in that of Don himself resulted from it, must be imputed related to the property of lands, in the <-
ra if in proper tithe, the delivery of I have romylainrd, that must be traced Doming 3ousa.a Spanish officer, who. to him. It was an undisguised province. They were judicial records, I
ihi islands adjacrnt and dependent the origin of all those setae inrutr by she ,Mittulatkm of the treaty, oojj'uialv. f effort to prostrate the authority of the directly affecting: the rights of persons
UHint two 1'Iuridas, and the public i!st hich (nrral Jackson himself was the to have departed from the protiftcel f United States in the province ; nor had remaining in the province; rights
lot rd: squatxi, "IaCAtttlatuh, public :iirst, while. deeming them indisjetusahle ( .... thr 22d of August. Governor Jackson: any other alternative which could not be secured without
td'1"*, foitificaziotn, barracks" andutiut ,: tu tin discharge al' his own ofltnal du- The day immediately preceding that to choose, than tamely to see the them; rights over which the appellate
'>u'l<]iiif:*, which are nut privateprouci'v i tie.. to lament. Charged as he was dale,thr, klradr of I'rnsacftll, at theM sovereign power of his country, en- tribunal: of the governor of Cuba. to
; us also the archive ai>d dft* I I, with the treat C'Jr rrc.?..mg the |H' vin- t of *.*m.*i, in a humble ..walk indml. -I trotted to him, trampled under foot, which Colonel Callava proposed 16 remote -
u.iit-tu, v.hich relate tiirvaa. to the :vex in behalf of Use United' States u imaintaining of air,.. coat whose tights wrrr, and rxmmd to derision by a foreigner, the papers,thenceforth could have '.
prJM"v| dud uovcrt-ignty of then* ,. ,' thru rigm of t.f'tI2M't1twithin IM ;..e ate of (ten. Jackson equallyrwtiilrd ,I remaining there only upon his sufferance no authority or control, they having become 1; :,
iwr i-' .n.r.fi: : by placing them at ford i then f.f hti < ,:nag diem. tw the I t<> his protection with those of or by the vigorous exercise of his definitively subject to the juris ::*I
:. 5414,1 .1Qcuinntissiuttctwrtru1flCttifi,4' : .. i I Ir utmost of his lru urr hosts those frauds the highrstaisle, or the most c mtMamling authority vindicate at once the rightsof diction of the United States The only
( t ;.it; d Stales, duly authorized tr, whit h tlrn10 i.... ,urn h reason tu ., ofutetHe, had represented to the United States: and the just reason assigned by Colonel Callava for s
/r. .. llIrlll.'t apprehend they would tw liable and I turn that a number of documents, beknigingtu claims of individuals: to their protec!: the pretension to retain them is, that 1
This order, thus clear ami explicit to which the retention ofihcdttCiw.vuis the alcadc's office* and relating tion. they related to the estate of a deceased. '\
Mss aesp.tchcd, together with letters gate so great and dangerous a *c..j< ;, to estates, at thai: place and to Governor Jackson could consider Spanish officer, and had thereby been $
from General Vivcs, to the governor of entrusted, from the necessity id f the suits their instituted, were in possession (;Qt. Callava in no other light than that of the resort of the military tribunal.
CuWand the Florida, iiotifyitig him case, djuringthe iuiifrvalof. time, while j of Domingo Sonsa ; that the necessity of a private individual entitled indeed nut it was for the rights of the living,' ,
ofth, t't.- IIlhJ.t" chic: I rr..I"! iy; (,yj. James ("% I-'oHira, h'ltta.twd. unrxtrndrd to the proince' documents was urgent, and thereforeshe courtesy,but noi exemption from the that the documents were to operate. ,
*lio \I.,s ',ntttisrionrd"as l agent Landomnmiss.ry with the various powers which had, un-!! requested the Governor authorise process of the law. Notwithstanding The tribunal of the captain general of f ::
of the United Stales, to dc- ill that time, tarn exercised Ity the !t 'some one to make a regular demand of his improper conduct Governor Jackson Cuba could neither need the production ..iy t
1i'u'to him the Royal order, to ar- Spanish Governors,and whichineluded j i N them ami to ascertain what they were. in the first instance, authorized of the papers, nor exercise any .
T'anr,4' awl 1 >.un('(:.t with him,nl fonna- the administration of justice between t (;u'C'tUfJr Jackson accordingly, forthwith Col. Duller and Dr. Dronaugb, accompanied authority over the subject matter lo ,)
bJy'' i.. unions committed thel individuals; ii was ittiM" *tibIc that lie conim ssioncd the secretary of the by Mr. BrackenrUtgr, the Al which they related. To have transferred . ,
'* ':.;' I cution of the abuve stimi- should not feel the necessity of exercising I territory the atcade of iensacola himself raid, to wait upon him and his Steward to tbe island of Cuba a question of* ;
t'll.| uuu to receive from the said t under circumstances thus exasperated and the clerk of the county court and demand from them the specified litigated property, concerning land in f
;s *. 'unor and from any and every per and untowanletery authority ; of F kcambia, to proceed to the dwelling papers, which Sousa had declared: .Florida between persons, all of whom '
jj'TOMcssi'd of the said archives and committed to him by the supreme authority of 'Hisa. to make demand of all in his answer to the interrogatories to were living, and to remain in Florida ;" J
' "Kuntnu, all and every one of the of this country, to preserve in-" such papers or documents, belonging, have been delivered to the steward at whuld have been worse than amockery -
%ss ar.d dispose thereof in thc I!liola'r. so far ai ou him depended, the j jtnterrsis lu the aleadfc oflTtcr as might be in Governor Cathva's house. It was onlyin r>f justice. Indeed Mr. Salmon, in his .<'
""*< j>rfs.! ribedby his instructions;" of the country and the sa-J 1-bit possession ; :and in case of Sousa's case of the refusal to give up the note, appears to have been aware or the '4 i
t( f"tf.l'! authority, thus, was loUT Lrcd obligations of individual right.In refusal to exhibit or deliver the same, papers, that the order extended to the weakness of this allegation, declinesthe
t.c re ? inc documents and archites, the proceedings cfnnectfitb I immediately to report the fact to him, seizure of the person oC :ol. Callava, discussion of the question ; and jn
: ltd to concert and arrange with the I the deli*'cry of the province, he bad as- the Got ernor, in writing. These commissioners that he might be made to appear before justification of the refusal of Colonel )
iwternor of the MoiiiUs, the delivery \i little reason to be satisfied with the the next day reported to the I Governor Jackson, to answer interrogatories Callava to deliver up the documents, \ 't
thou ptc-'iitcs, which General'conduct of Col. Ca.llaal with that cf: G. tcrnor that: they had examined the and to abide by and perform, merely rests its defence upon the plea ,
*'* ", $ of !! the of Suusa that such order and decree as the justice of that the had not been demanded;
;* 'r *a" (,mmi \il'bf'd to receive,! the Captain Gcnr<*1. On a plea in- papers in possession ; papers '
the had found them foarsels the case might demand. This demand of him officially. It has been seen, that ,. ,
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i 5' r.; >v kion of and occupy, and of I disposrrinnthatodircrLad, ott day a they among
ic wan. ft.thcr comniiioneU tot of the surrender etadrd the perform-1 paper of the kind which belonged to!. was accordingly made* and although Colonel Collate had no official character .;
f. lit governor, ,,'surrendered to ante or a solemn promise, which Gen. I the oClcr of the alcalde, ad among at the first moment peremptorily refused which could then exempt him from ,
'--e United Sutes."e : . Jackson had ronsidrrcd an indispensa-y them those in which the woman from yet upon Cot. Callava's being in. the compulsive process of the Goven-
aftrrwards whom the first had , formed thai his refusal would be considered or. But Mr. Salmon alleges that the
" royal order was ,delivered by bc! preliminary lo the act; and applkatMn proceeded :'
iotrrrsled that had, as setting at defiance the Spanish Constitution well as that of
Forbes to Governor of the the Colonel j.r %iiivrly declined was ; they
"ridas a b and in demand-p authority or tic Governor of the Ftori- the United States,separatefthe judicial
''r tt. tile uavtnnaf on tie 23d lu fulfilment. lie had. however, completed tht"1 : writing I
: o< ed of him toe delivery of those documents das, and of the consequences to himself from the executive power exercised '
,. II tk'1', *8a l. J'crc has 'been shown<< the Miirender of the pro.inrc" ofaprovince '
, I IT Go*ernoi no cause" or1 reason with which he tad been cfcar);cd. He which no private individual had which must ensue upon his persisting I by the governor. or captain general
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r: \ sVL-k could Justly have required biro had declined producing to Gen. Jack-5 a right to keep, as they related to the therein,he desired id furnished with ; i
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" '"- of In tbtfA M itb of ptcmbcr* nearlf three month, cSo( hi had ... : .
direction ments bl
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.\.t time been extended to Florida. I, always 1/tcn aeumpmed tp omission lay .
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doaif of Col. Ooppmger had
And at,tittle had the Spanish constitution MlbmLt 'the deliver of the archives and documents. fter the >> 6\IICking. .. It 'i
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i bccu introduced there, in point of| The vrerjr power.which the Spanish It had been rsp"t\lf ngrrcd with referred the consent the of Colonel Duties-, .t grt1t tQ i''bge '1tr'sta ,l. ;:
I colonel Ffttbrs, that the tern to captain general R "" tbJlajest4 .' '
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biro tation
| fact, however it might have I mp1"O governor and officers had exercised by x,
of before
claimed. before surrender of the order for the delivery. of Fast Florida and governor Cuba Lung rroryt ,
But, he this as it may,*tbe. the province ct' t '
shocld inrtude that of the artHtesv that time the answer of that officer; Captain James m '
1 been warning r lee
cause, in relation to which the documents ought to hate atnosturgent a
required in the cave of Vidal !ud to them to avoid r tIT srm'tlanre Hut it was not sufficient fur governor ought to have been received, peremptorily of the United Stat s' frigate :ced
t avoid the performance of commanding the delivery of the nun, has therefore a'
f resis- Mahay to been
been drawn up, and were needed, was j i of authority in thrmwlvcs, or "' commi '
one of those which, under the Spanish i lance to that of Ito United State after this promise.1y >> | papers. 'to repair to the IIlYann, erE 7ftt4'
constitution itself, remained within the the transferor the pro.iutr 1ml been the letter from cd om-l flatter togeneral I t It..* impossible that the United eeive the documents nd -
the 21st States houkt acquiesce in the claims: which colonel hlttl!,
jurisdiction of the governor. This Is I I mplrtrd. Jark M ny>f January Forbes wu dui
declared by Col. Callas himself in the j In lorVaring particularly lit reply tot last, copy of which 1 have the humor of Mr. Kntralgo. They were unqucstionatly leaver. and which it is hoped,t :d tatt
a enclose it that, with regardto ,, .entitled to the documents a anti t! tarn general and cap-
third observation\ : of the appendix to his that part cf %our MH*, in which you to appears governor or Cuba
authorited the and moM important part whatever injury he might sustain, br] cause to be delivered *dl
k' transmitted with the letter of+ think yourself to pronounethe greatest without
protest fce had exwesslyitisiturtrd ;:: the delivery: of them, it might give dda .. inrtur)
Mr. Salmon It h the reason' assigned I I charge of General J a ck* n at>*itistthrr of those dtjranienta, ,
by him forhaving: withheld those docu Spanith offrfrrii.wrhavtlMf attempted colonel Copittgrr rest to" +r- hint a fair demand of indemnity 1 pray you, sir v to receive the
liver them. Ahd hrnre when on the from his own government, but certainly ante of distinguished
"f' menu from the Alcalde.! And one of to excite durotiiei in the thaltt-- my eonsideratST
them was :a judgment rendered by Col. ants, ftll.f', 1 shall hardy express the I nth of J U. Colonel ttittler, the t.ukri I not from the United Slates. t' JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
Callava himself, after the time when I hope, that the term was admitted into i of the United !'ttatl'tJh.riud to receive Yet the secretary and acting govcr Don JoAquiK D'ANDCAOA,
the 4tfr : colonel ', n.Jr. :Mr." Iorthingtonlowed a furttirr Envoy
the proclamation of Jthe Spanish constitution tour communication inadwttaatly.- prutiore Extraordinary, Ice tee
in the province is alleged to have The conduct of the t Sicers, at thetinu ; (.orft ngt'r that be bad designated maj., delay of nearly a month, before ---fClf< been made. The cause, therefore, was of Colonel Callav.'s conflict with the I, Cross to receive the trchivrs relate -I i taking: the decisive measures necessary Prom the Mw.York america,
on hypothetic, within the juri* authority of the governor a* well as In I ing to the satrrtrigitty aid individoalproperty i iI to obtain the documents. lie then, or To enable many of our reader to
fiction every of the governor the papers were their iiiMilting newspaper, publication,'I toftbe province: was anlwerrtl -' the Jd orOct authorised three per i dentand the folfuwingcxtract rroTQ tb- ,
indispensable for the administration of was of a character and tendency too by colonel Co pingrr. As respects: on% of respectable: character to abtait t Richmond Enquirer, it may be lite _
justice in the cause ; mid when once strongly marked, to leave a doubt of the' I I the delivery of the public anhivrsron them,with the use of force if necessary;; sary to state that, oveing to a different tl
applied for, by a person entitled to the truth itb which it i* described in general tainid ;tbr records.fn.dif'l.l..1 property I but with all suitable. delicacy and respect growing out of some political public.
benefit of them, it was the duty, the inexorable Jackson's proclamation, and in.I I of this. province, this trill ItdfltfrJ, towards the persons who had: been lions, a challenge winch passed Borne
j duty, of Governor Jackson, toput : passing unnoticed this and othrr until..rioud.tubtltlt.ltoccuoueclt'u- the officers of Spain in the province months since between the two miJ7
s forth all the authority vested in invectives against an offic.er.tt.o acerites ;: rdup: ? but they will not be removed I have the honor of enclosing, hcrewttti men named below is to be decided win".
'hi.-M to obtain them. to thisnaiioifttaveentitled him to :: until then, nor .1111 leave tlis place copies .>f the orders from the secretary in a few days after the adjournment rf
,
Nor necessary less imperative was his oblig/i- their highest regard, and whose whole I until all matters are rrgulatcdind con- \Vorthihg\on the commisioners appointed Congress. The appc.l made by the
tiun to punish, without respect of persons C'.rt..rau been signalized by the purest I clt'ded between us, that demand mj by him to receive, and afterwards Editors of the Enquirer is to Mr. Cri .
that contempt of his jurisdiction intentions and the most elevated I 1tt'nt'Jtal assistance. to examine and assort the papers,, ford and Mr. Calhoun, the candidate(
which was manifested in the double attempt purposes, wish tobr understood as abstaining Thus upon the pretence of doubts, and of their reports to him, exhibiting In support of whose pretensions fa
's of Col. Callava to defy his pow from ob"atlon.bich,how- the nature: of which was nut captained the mannerist: which both those services quarrel: arose, Col. Cummingbeinetf-
er, and to evade the operation of its evrr justified by the occasion,could but colonel Cnppinccr declined, positively,, virre Crfornat't1. '1'ltcywill prove,that advocate of the former, and ?.r.M'Dit
; add to the unpleasantness of a discussion to deliver up documents conformably every regard was shewn towards ColCoppmgrranil i fie of the latter. If an exercise of u.
process.With to the proclamation o( already sufficiently painful. the ex press stipulation of the treaty.Col. .- :Mr. L'ntralgoeompati- thority or the offices of friendship: wen
General regard Jackson, of the 29th cf; Sep. That this conduct on the part ...f the Dutler immediately proposed to hie with execution of the duty ; and ever called for in a case of delicacy be
tember commanding several Spanish Spanish, officers was highly .1.tt'.C"nii.I him a conference on the subject, which after the assortment of the papers, all twecn men of honor, the present i1l-
officers,, who in violation of the stipulation ble. cannot reasonably *;e denied, awl was held on the 21st of June. At that; those which were not>> of the description stance would surely warrant the interposition *
L in the treaty, bad remained at had General Jackson 'been disposed I conference colonel Coppingrr told cat.t : stipulated to be delivered over by the >> of those who, !hough un'mien.tionatly .
Tensacola after the expiration IOf the ,animadvert upon it with severity, bin', Butler, tbat "as an individual: he be. treaty: have ever been and Jet are, the cause of the difference, can.
six months, from the day of the ratification i course would undoubtedly have been tiered .- archives shock be given over ready to be returned to Colonel Coppin- not under the circumstances of the cur
withdraw within that which you hay, : pointed out as aj,,- to the United States, but, that ht.n gvr, or to any unison duly nthori'+) (w rnn-ir?_Ptl guildsof the ODse-
of the treaty, to gs 1.nate to the CltfC"H" *!*!..,' -.*.W. -'- ,_..._,rd 1t'.JA.I.r.I..r them to receive them. quences. If there be any men who hate
four days from the Florida, which have been cited Infant the proper tribunal ores-.It Colonel R'.tlcrthrrtr..s.cn- tRi,the- view which I am instructed it in their to the
forms the of complaint in your ,...u.1 ... power ,prevent__. ... medi.
subject hoard tjKfific charges, allowed ted, *s Imleed, no ot\er alternative tosay has definitively oeru .a 't.\ II - ...i\J|,
letter of the "18th of November,it might. tithe and upon lilwtty to make thetidiTcncc seemed to br left him,tiat colonel C op- by the President of the United States; ,, ish point of mistaken honor and who
be sufficient to say, that it did "amore and punished by commitment pingrr should. have time to write to the in relation: to the transactions which do>> not exercise that power, to them
than enjoin upon those officers to to prison. General Jackson preferred c81.t.ain-smcnl of Cuba for the decision formed the subjects of>> your letters ol should the criminal waste of blood be
do that 'which they ought before and a mil .('r and more indulgent measure i, of hi*doubts; and mentioned to him the lAth and 23d of November last, imputed, and to them we trust it will _
without any injunction, to have} done. and without jmrn-ruiinji them as crim the opportunity of a vessel then about and of that of :Mr. Salmon of the 6th be imputed, should the country be cal
: The engagement fif the treaty was, that inalsonly withdrew fl'Clll1l1wm the pri- to sail fur the Havanna, when she WM of October. He i is satisfied that by led on to remember their claims to iu

they should:all have evacuated the province vHrgv of a protracted:: infraction or the to return to St. \UtillC', anti might the proceedings of the governor of Florida support.
, bcfoni the 22d of August- treaty, by requiring, them forthwith to bring the answer of the captain-gtner- towards Colonel Callava, on the.. \Ve yield to the earnest myjcstof
* If they remained there after that depart from the |' rovitire. To justify al. Colonel Copptnger: >> on the 2Jd ol 23d of August; last, and towards certain a most particular and respected friend
time it could only be as private individuals him in this requisition, neither arrrsi June, informed rolonel dotter that he individuals, presuming to act as a body at Washington request,dictated by
amenable in every particular of officers in Florida in the most honorable motives in the
nor judicial trial wa necessary or //W had that day written to the capiain-ge- Spanish contempt -
to the laws. Even this was merely'itMu'the an per. The"fact w 'nc of l public notoriety neral for the %ol.tion of his doubts; and of the authority of the United cause! OrhUm nity.-and lay the following -
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indulgence which it was and could not be denied. The until he received his an*.rr, the ar- States, on the 29th of September, and attic before our readers. let mij
competency of General Jackson at anytime proclamation only required of them tin chives should not be removed from St. by those of the secretary of East Florida we not ask.'why trio high and d'utia.
to h:-" withdrawn. From the extract execution of the treaty, by the removal Augustineand should remain precisely acting' as (governor, on the 3d and guishtd men in this country, the particular
of a letter from him, of which 1 of their t'hU..i. Had their conduct at they were. Colonel Butler, by hh JdofOrtotter,towards Colonel>> Coppititer friends of the parties, should not "
have, the honor of enclosing a front copy, it even been unexceptionable, this meat It'lt..ror 26th June,agreed to remain silent i- and Don Juan de F.ntralgo no intention bury every other consideration and
will be seen, that he was far being arc would have been within the undoubted on the head of>> the archives, until of injury nr insult to His Cath- preserve SUCh citizens for tie benefit
disposed to withdraw it, had they authority of General Jackson the answer should be received from the "\bjcstr.orhil government en- of their country !-Ilid mond lAf.
p nut, by their abuse of it, and I liy open As their drjtortmcnt had horn, it was captain general i but, within one week tertainedand: that no just cause of complaint EXTRACT."H'atAington .
s' outrages upon his anihot-ity, forfeited them That those May. 5.-As the adjournment
the most lenient exercise of his powri from that time, colonel Butler received by was given.
' ; all claims to its continuance.This measures were alt rendered of Congress.approachcs.the
k practicable, to vindicate the insultedhonor informattonthatalargepntionafthcsedocuments necessary
extract funmhes a satisfactory the total of impending meeting between Cut. C raminjrand -
and justice of his country. << were packed for transpor y disregard: the captain
answer to your: question why, if the I pass to the consideration of the tation. lie wrote, therefore the .M\\ Keneral and governor of Cuba and the )}r. M'Duflte becomes more It
fulfilment of the article was the-object: jrutitplatnU contained in your letter 'Of of July to Colonel Coppinger,enumerating Florida, and of his subordinate officers more u subject of conversation and of
of the proclamation, it was confuted to he 3 3d of Nut ember. In order tak specifically ver" kinds of records in the Florida,not only of the solemn deep interest. It is known that they are:
the eight officers,by name and hoi extended I a rUl"'f'Ct'ic,,' of this subject, it ii relating directly to the property stipulation in the treaty, for the to meet in the next 35 days;jet itvouM ,
to all other Spanish officers: in again necessary to advert to the royal of the province, and declaring that he delivery of the archives and documents be in mitt to bind them to keep: the
the Floridas. It was because t,1u deportment order f his Catholic Majesty to On considered them among those which directly. relating to the property of peace in every particular state vtlrss
of the others was all became Captain General and Governor of thc were not to be removed ; the reply to those provinces but of the royal order the power also existed to issue writs ofnetjcrat
them, decent, respectful, and friend! Island of Cuba, and of<< the Florida, which by colonel Coppinger, is especially of their sovereign commanding the against \helThty are both
towards the goycrnmctitunder tbe protection commanding him to tauvr to be placed! to be remarked,as expressing his o- said captain; general to sec to the faithful 'capital shots,* as the phrase is, and!
of which they were perruitted at the disposal' of the eommutarirs or pinion that several of those documents execution of that engagement; an will both in all probability: fall. )
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to abide. In the newspaper publication, officers of the United Stales, duly authorized were fJttlJrd frm drlirry. There engagement in the fulfilment of which "The country has: not yet recovered
which gave rise to the proclamation elf f to receive them, the arch ul can be no reasonable doubt,that all the the rights not only of the United States from the deep loss of a Mason, aCor-
General Jackson, the Spanish officer and document rrlati.ig directly to tin papers, specified by colonel Butler s but of every individual inhabitant of the htd with every civic wreath of a I.ee
+ avowedly acted, not private individual property and sotrrcignty of the two letter were of those which the treaty provinces and proprietor them,were catur, the glory of the oce n* ukotn
*, but as a distinct body of men provinces.On had stipulated should delivered up. pteply and vitally interested. the Genius of Feudality has wrenchtd
speaking of Col. Callas as ,1.,1I.'if., the 16th of May, the Captain When, therefore, general Jackson considered 1 he mere enumeration of the documents -, from our bleeding bosoms. Two other
their u/irrior ; and arrogating to:tin m- General and Governor waste to Colonel ,and compaff'CItogcthrr.: the express as specified in the demands ol victims are already houtd for th same
selves, as a sort of merit, tb<; cjundcscension Pother, that, .*respecting East Florida, atttl. positive order of the king ol.f them made by the officers of the CnitrdStates horrid ultar: :-CU lQai.. ,who so lately
of knowing what wa disc to a where there ought to be found all her Spain to the captain general, htll governor before resort was had: .to :any bled in therightet.u c..use of lit coun
government (meaning the .Americat archives, hc'Goternor Mahay would >> of Cuba, that be should faithful, measures of rigor for extorting them,, try-the mutt of honor, of groins, of
4t government) which was vn the roust i |direct Governor Coppinger to make a ty see to the delivery of documents;;, prove, that they were indtspensiblefor fancy and literature; but \nho,eTea to
friendly footing with their own i This formal dcJitery of that province aivrtt the pretences on which he evaded ;Le! the establishment of public right, or these tic b possessions, is not the"pcnor -
is language which would scarcely' U oa nj for dteutnent trlvnyimg ft delivery to colonel: Forbes, of those fur the security of private property. of his antagonist, M'Vuwe.*fQttllnt
proper for the Ambassador (/( ()1C na- ,. .. which were ai the Havana: within hi s To Spa in,not one of those documents smiKd not on 4i humble birth,"but
lion, upon tie! territory of another, to On the 24th of May, Colonel Forbei own content ; the ,""'Ifl> fer that he would could, after the transfer of the provinces Riffled with a soul like thaI cf Chatter
it which he would onul even a t 'in- colonel be of interest tom could not be stifled in obscurity
wrote u. the Captain General, reminding direct the delivery, by Coppin- the slightest or untie
porary allegiance. From persons situated burn of the repealed pro nie* m.i i-A as those Spanish officers sere, it .v his cxofllency: twd'upauh him will the peremptory postponement of colonel -, all important. If the Governor and behind him every diffnulty that stood
was language of insubordination, and the archives, u-h chOre to be delivered Coppingrr to deliver urt any darn Secretary bad so''little uhdrrstood thei r in the way of splendid! public Ruhl!.
;j contempt.In and then were at the Hatahna, and ments or records relating to individual I duty to the public rights of theirroun-- 'The. same year, and the< san MICb-
alluding to the fact,that offi.cr.wr 4 with the: orders for the delivery of the property t his engagement: thai none ol.( try committed to their charge: as to borhood give birth to these yung recU.
s, the American squadron, in the |Mditcrraaean pttmticcs stud of the archives deliverable them should be removed until he should, have suffered the removal of records,, Perhaps the same g..u'c is dnturG to
are sometimes received with there; of the continual disappointments receive further instructions from the, essential to guard the interests of'he receive their blotdy remains Holt
friendly treatment on the territories f to which he had been su'i- captain general, and within one week nation against thr Aiaiiate greediness deeply it is to be regretted that it ua. .
Spain to make a case parallel: with the jetted by the failure of performance to after, his attempt to pack up,for trans., and fraudulent devices of land speculators not 'IMT left to the faturc historic (Jilt
present, it would be necessary to;show, those promises, and of the ncccssitiei portation to Cuba, a large portion ol{r they had ycta sacred duty toper country to trace out same C.dtp years andy
that some superior officer of the said which urged his immediate departure them t and, finally his pretensions thai t, form to the iope! of the country, b more of their patriotic services
squadron should, while enjoying the Ho I therefore proposed, ** ihat if any many papers, manifestly having direct s retaining common vouchers of theiiestates. triumphs!"
m hospitality of the Spanish nation} upon further itsearches should IK necessary relation to the property of the province' What individual would hate
their: shores first attempt (o evade andto for the disiovrry of the said archives,, were excluded from delivery, and hh been secure in the tenure of his land,I A gentleman writing from St. L*ttee *'
resist, the operation of process from they might be delivered when mow recurrence: the literal sense of his orders In the evidence of his debts, or in th 'I rence, N. Y. to the editors of
the constituted judicial tribunal(of the convenienttto the Spanish government;; from the captain general, with the, very shelter over his head, if Colonel l.:: Statesman, mentions a report that: ;
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country,and then pretend, as an American that he (Cloud Forbes) should be allowed verbal avowal rolonel Butler, of his I C ll.iV.k could hu carried to Cuba his i.draft of one hundred men f iOU h
officer, to be wholly independent to proceed immediately to \\'" own opiniou that the documents ought t own judgments in favor of the Vidal! battalion of Canadian militia was abw )
them; and that some or hit subaltern Florida, with the commissary appointed to be delivered: : ibotigh be was forbid because their father when alive, h rd'I to take place. What they are rt(.w-
should not only coun ten ante and support to carry the final order to tbe sub- den by his iufctructibti todeJiver them: been an auditor of war ; and if Don: red fur," he says, seems to be a gnat the
him in these attempts, but should governor tKere: ; and.'lastly, that a duplicate it was impossible fur general Jackson I Juan de Eniralgo could have transport.1 mystery. Some say it is to relieve ,
a affect to consider him, while on Spanish order be g'nrn at ono, *t. to close his eyes against proceeding. t I ed to the same island all the title deediFlorida ., regular troops! at Kingston and rrcs-",
ground, as their only superior and agreed "/ "" to the Governor of East so unjustifiable and irnnraner.- He... orF.a-l ,- because-- ----- he -had- -- botlfht eott, who are: to return to Englan ; 1
chief; and by unfounded and inflamma" Florida, far the delivery of that province .. therefore, gate intmiCiiot to thc of i5- his office otrccorder at public auctiun ? I'Others think it more probable that th tf
tory publications in the daily journals, to the constituted authorities ol cer Commanding at St. Augustine to The delays of the captain general of are to be ready, at the call uCtbl' C.ov to
to rouse the people of Spain to revolt the United States, together vilA the r.ttitvet take ioeftion of tlc papers which thetreaty Cobra, with regard to the full.inrntof' [error and Chief of Lower Canada,
and insurrection against the judicial tnhlch torn declared. tr on the had stipulated should be deliver the royal order transmitted to him by; 1 I ditrifllinr the losvrrltuuscofpuliamcst'in !
tribunal of their own country. Jwt '* colonel Forbes, were si/extraordinary. that province. fifty

S'a If the bare statement of such ai case On the 29th of May, the Captain cd.The necessity fur taking possessionof and upon any just principle so unaccountable -t',; Jniertturat casts Euro/ie.-Some.\'QIIQ'-
c would be sufficient to raise the indig' General answered this letter, and enclosed them bad sacked arisen before the ,that the: minise: .rtht' Unit years ago, (sa>s the New-York ,tha'
nation of every honorable Spaniard, lei to him the orders to the several instructions of (,en. Jackson were rcccitrd. rtl States in Spain, was by letters I at fi/vororr,) a voyage acres long and;
1. it be observed, that even this would be Governors of East and West Florida, Most of>> the records relatingto : from this department of I.1thnd Atlantic was the result of onslch
,. without some of the aggravations 6f the for the delivery of the provinces, ante- individual property bad: been left in 16th June last, instructed upon his return -I profound deliberation. It was then .i". 1
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conduct of the Spanish officers at: J.cn.1 dated ,as I have already mentioned, possession>> of DonJuifi de Entralgo; to ;Madrid to represent the sameto ercd '{of a twdte month; .
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sacola. For such outrage would with a declaration that the archives w Ito,c.b the pretence: that he had purchased your government,and to request new months[ to select a ship-two, t.th! 11. ,
lest dangerous, committed' against old I then at the Havanna, and which oughtto at public sales, under the Span & peremptory orders to that AJUcrr, for I put-affair in ordcr-twa n>, 1we'! ;
established authorities,which might re. have bred delitcred" tn Col. Forbes hh internment, not only those documents the delivery of the archives in his possession [prepare sea cloths, provisions erg :J r .t
k ly upon the support of the whole people should be tn'numiltedto the government but the office of rrrjhter of thrtn, conformably>> tt the stipulationof meats and gingerbread-a ;.
surrounding them, than in the presence of the Unittj'! Slate, as soon as they openly advancrd the claim of retainingthe : the treaty The renewal of the order I IlamtuttAbk fat "tn be .n ftl..tlOuj'i "
U of a people, whose allegiance' had'''been were' selceu l ; a promise, as 1 bare i records his private property,and was dec lined,upon the ground of entire I(down to jbe 61\.th' t"A Ctu'.n.a is hdat,,aO't 14.Etarope. .. 1
,, just transferred to a new government, forc ob\erred, yet unfulfilled. of conlinnlng the exrrcUe of the office confidence oh the pariah yourgoteTnmeut -tIn the paper that : d debt }
and when the revolt to which 'they;were These on. r of the captain-general ajid rrfciting fees for grantin); copies thjtrthe captain generaw utd,, and Isd rt"pAL ouasst'M .9
stimulated, would seem little more,than to the come' andrrs of East and \Vcit of the same. Wfare iltonM be received, have comiete ctu"f.,1.w b t\'ts anstnttnse{ .r'
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fli\ went over )I the lui of d..U -'-; ..., '- &'3iimsdal 16th t:tIglbetiehl.at tbt: "
Ii I be hall go to Liverpool pie tonnage } one r |wrI sluts atintt a..ilfage cf ite forocr. acvIhIa : t
rtt; +j.1epether/ '11nngl, to upend the,I ton, before paid exclusively hr teasels the Usage ri t'u. : i.. ". a, .: stM% C Auction. TintUr Room, BI.of dl tty.ckw% Sf b**'rib sundry eby order consign-of

or JJaUsto'fn mouths, and finally makes up j oftlic C S. and tt Inch, by the way, u.. i i I The Kev. Mr. CA.}w.w.of' tbe L-i I rlJ 9 Int'ftUt ,

1jnmet.mi"(1, "lpli4'1 his bol||., and erie ing to the diffrrence between SMmsh& ':I riots 11 'OUUJ estatlishtnent on I 9 II IG ItJ tea a &i s.S" W,Y., ,Fsir rar.! A nrid{ of DcmeMic .rkl Lnpoeted, Dry*

11; take my trunk oa board American measurement, is beatly o "-;,(Grand liver, rrivrd here lau etenitg 10 'U I 9. IT 8. W. Fair Goods, :
t sit ,rafter and all ifinished.. This third less than what Spanish tetsrh i i ion his way to New OrlnD"bit b.,ifi"> 11 it; 71 IIfi !r. 'T, t' A onmntitr of Crockery Ware, '. '

de Albion,.'f do business, now.a-day. pay in our ports, while those of other |elating la the Society. ale left Fort U *1191.I 00 I .w. r..4t.JJ &c Sad.tkrr.&c. Liquor LarJ Vlnejir in bbl r.Cswtl ;r

curb '*'Zy rise march of the mind ; the, nations paid a rely trtflmg. one, has I ntitb ou Turv3y rooming last, and Mf. 19.1 91 I !o c., F.\t', '".Mr.r.tIt tons wader RKX euJv,irotn one t to

of improvement. hen made general to vessels of all na iaf inms us t; a: one or two ot: er panics S200t 5Q days And tvf an Mirq* txceeJiujf. 6Odj ,
npiZ r ogress tions. The duties on codfish and ont tar the Cherrnttrs hate lately goat a> Tt.t.n.kr..I..ntt, ,note with.ppn> f d endoeKn., t
I I'i Stain i'. 31.1!wakT ant 1;, tnin6" JOHN
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likeness. of Htx r CLA, slaves, the principal articles of expert I grist the Osa'. One of he part lt, t lI.pIs"uOiltiCM ,Loy, JtmelS ". +It*
,\n dfga mhed advocate of the libel, |,from our eountn to this have been nj passed up on the south aide of the .\. ..
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ttc, 4 indt'pf'ndenc.of South America: cJuced on the former from three dollar kansas*and, it was sad, had stolen se< A C.11\\.

tJ Jud published by Benjamin I entycents per quintal, to one dollar treat horses from white mn, litih" rilHE person who took from mr of-

bSI I;tr.f. the city .f Washin&ton.WaU .-. eighty-seven and a half cetJs and on on the Pu, about li mild ahov- JL fice a Book,entitled the GrnrraInstructor" / t

U.T. was painted by Mr. Chat,. the latter from fen dollars per one thou fort. The fact bother, Wco l rlicc," will confer favor by returning :

Tbnb d rngun.t II} Mr. I'. Mavcr- sand which was paid also on barrel had trot ITt axertainrdj:",r..IIJ.IG4TOR's the same and paying for this

'fthiS a dt ., It h said by those wh o states, to lour dollars per one thousand _____ advertisement. ,

I '*. Mr- Clay't to be a atrjkintetrcn C I on pipe, and to two dollars only .'n halff CR"/ F. CHS. BRADFORD. I

I _d and: the tnsrravinff is one ol j nine and barrel 'c-Il.. /'.r.TVwJf. The t. S. cltwa4Mrr ./", r-***'. Cap Jane t.% 1._.

11;\ caprcunrns-of the arts that webe lain STOTKTIW arrived ru nly lion .;, .s
-
GeGant rrrrtammrd.! It.1I executed 11-at In4ia .-=The followings a cruise ih Ike\\\ ln'tiasras-the term ,-. ".- U\SSOl.\1'rl\X. "

1Iafe In, at style which, for buldacss an extract from a letter, dated l onIon ofsertiee fur her cr kaviiu; expired. -- - 'liE partnership heretofore existing l
and
urn,. w* and chance, it is be.ieved April G,'to a gentleman in Xc.- The .\. .n cmkiftg tn the north side tic l'cttl1ttctlltt. rI' between the subscribers,is this .

.nc never been surpassed in thisoantf' VorL The writer is a member of Par- of C.'.. April .&. fell in with l rtchr day dissolved by mutual consent. I.; "

\ has. -flic plate is about 18 inches liament Abigail, from New-V wk' u s mid trots the 1'1..UtGfInn Jlaoat.artist. II. URACKENRIDG1 '1 ,-

; iK-nU a'full bust of the I conclude, the termination of nun and lonimaMlnl b> captain DriKg* R. K. CALL. "'-+ r .
\( u;. and ( lie is intercourse between the Cnlted States who informed that short time pinions June 19. Scfcr. FJy:S.iTaiw.from N. Orleans. Pensacola, June 13. 1S22.--3 k".. "
esma1K
ani te'"r"Sf4i \ J
,5" which !. .\M.car,' Kmrh iki. ----
in a sitting posture, holding inrrSrt and, our colonies, will Inr an aecrptaldenuaMiiv the American sloop Jay Trial, !*.: rmmt. )&k't'. lenr .11. nc\te.n"t\\\g e JIll .
band ascrpll, on which is the on }our>idc ; as fiN West India ! teasel had bt-i chartem by hitnvlf, 11.deli",J. It mMOS N.I Mean*. 1
t.i inscription : produce is to he permitted to be" had been plundered by pirate <1. the 11 girl lost Judp \;itkMs,J. Pirktr, .ITTOt.'tEr .IT 1-1\\;

{fcllo\\tng United States of North sent direct to the United Stales, it may coast,at Uo an i:'Knl*cl onset a day New 'trl MIl CONTINUES. to practice in the
Gl\1 55- from S hr.F1,1sky,*.Crane,Jr.N.Orleans.JuftctL ) .of
last
tad that the court* Pensaeola, Mobile and
.Jfl'cbruary 10th, 1821. Mr. ,lead to ate intercourse some imJKlr- tar two ptevios* .u.... .
J\ 'ijtomtt'Hl the folluwinjj resoluvfcich unce. Your produce i is lobe subject to accounts they mast be in the neigMtor- JWI r. How , C:'.\ ho *that be hound to M-riel in Fcnueola June U.-If
was adaptedffto.W, a moderate colonial duty,to afford someprotection ; wa 1t. .
,
,L'thebouve Of Representatives par- to the produce of our unhnlcl'it'an pursuit of ihem, having provided him. 18.St.. An&nf T, P. Knscfk, X Ortran. llICII.lIlIJ It. C.1LL
of the United Colonies but it will U- the Mar with arms and men fur the purpose. li.V Ktsrre.J. ItOTkre, S. OrfcaM.U. ,
itcV.th: the' people ; went in search "TSW, lass ."t.nd N. hleaw.. ATTORNEY AT LAW,.,
"
the deep interest whichlhey same tw Ainrriean as in British 1101. Capt. S. immediately r 'ENDERS his professional services' ,
es.i1t |
s; tr.r: the success of the Spanish 1"0'In"'A loin. I hope it will lead to a feUrrlutt of them and with tie assistance uf l S .1tti trr"..'t ..23.tpTrtr4Here JL in the courts of Pensacola,Mobile

feel South America, which are of tiling in the Vest lt die s, and tapt. Drlggs* (to whom he gates grate I ( he been dWw thi* _"k and DUkeley. .

hu\ la C5laljluh iheijrLtnr-Hiv a better understawliug with your got credit.)hi'l fetal and boats ekisely :1M"bit rsstr 1 wet k.pre,roar.in t ombttlurneeof Pensacola, June 15-if
"t1YRx and that'tnev' will c'n.numt. 11U alo probable there w ilsooti watched the tout fr m Santana to .1'1 hating pea na) ennndtrsb/car/ in

a8dl b&rl'f their Constitution>lBSCF'i 1 .aj>port to the l IIf' an ,riv4r uf duty here,'particuUrly Neuvitas, distance nf afore than lun the..wt"hl priest e fecitl I"h.rttrfnrr.f the "lineal kld.t q>Jdy.,a231Ma tJ Only Eight 3 loreDrawings: !
wheels in that tntir, as IM their n4"aJ'IC. ami wwwi '
Prrudrtit of the Uulted-8uic whene- on frrrHm ; prt'u..t $nit .. Mw a. 19 a 3W We quote the .
back on goodllf compel tl.rM* at last to tAe ttfdge on LIST 0. PRIZES
d'vnt it rspedient! lo recog- ('a+e, will l' all draw _'f''|<**M .a fKtctnw ..u.
tp- IK,'mu- .- ... .rgmr .: ."-_"''-' '___ _-_ _...__ ww".....-!. The aiUOUNt IS the shore where they wrrr apprehended Tint\t CO .not, m any Nct ,i.ltrot. Drawn from the Whtel f theUrtxxuX
?Manv of the nut province*. not tlk'fb tlt-may be CCifHi4eplalf." by men hire for slat P-1'O\f'. t Jv TL.taartctisrrry dill.,. .. r'tttit 1 i iOn
n\
Dt'tll'it" is handsomely engraved the The famous LA n tit fiat one of the nfc,r Mtielr.of pv+.hsrc are alit duH wi'- t Ijo\\ek",
translated into Span AVsr clam* I. M9rHf-\\'e perceive number. Capt. S. learning it was the the etrrplkm of bC'>n.tf wbeeh tfw qvtantit; the 2Jth ILa,'.driving
biteresolution httIt tv natksi t1tr is ttnuall : 38791. of .I
a
) pme g5000 .
adrettiMrmenl In the l.on
ish gentleman of this city. ThenfjHotrithe by an detirc of Amerkant and all good Wa.1.e640. 90t32S771G14, 1000

namf of 'IlkVKV: Ci.\\ In 01Biacatal don Obnf"'C'1',If tht 7th April, that the Spaniard* that the Pirates should be s.JF110ti: 100 ,"

: rasilalsand: below, thefullo- granter* tf lend under tit Itatmi given up to the United States and freling !- 1 4\-KIIPI .. \HKF.TS April 8. 7%,following capital p-Ire. are tilt

*;;: words both tit English and Span ( \:asste\r la :.: Ft9ridafnm ikttrur that he had a very strung claim for r.-11w .. J the b.tt week undra!". f

j':1: *: Lit Speaker; of the Ilou"e of 1763 to 173,are notiEed that they; them, (since he had made so much exertion .err r p.ek.er4 n s prsaePpsl
eauiives, the advocate of South taU)' procure AvriiuriiCATED c ne oIHLIH for their apprehension* wejht into pea.pntttor
ftpn> at tHe r. pn tom ewrvM !>*nu. lot' 25,000
\awncan I Independence."
I This fine erttr.tvinfc. which, in all gentleman will shortly proeeed to this grneral impression tu be, that they .lu*(; iccwmd+s innate treat t. wnrttt ,rerfcatk. 1 of 10.000 'I

rot nets, 1. highly creditable to the country for the pwrjnnc of claiming would escape if I left in the hands of \ pae1e Mac "M4.'LrvU aiil J.nu. tot 5,000 J
; Maverick's 'j these .\: 1*. .1 Merle**. made f rsras sits T..1. weM tilt tiNYi'1..Gdl.wa
(odntr .m.tYtx' teen jal: grauts. that government, he a rrttieat| : & .18 of 1,000
lj w. 1sal.y. as.w.1.t at UNa
loid'ay: a few doors above Pear the Governor of Holgain that they I",. ftl..staisrd, 1. l i.L iW derturaras A few tltinld .>f warranted undrawn ticket.fwr i
<'r..t't. Utrc it will be for*alc at 3$ :1VJp' In oar last, we n1tht on that Brig might lie delivered over to the government ..IIiaK 10 arty he.P1 a I.H.t The rtmun- sale at five dlan and fifty cents each or one

U it presents an excellent like funeral (?%..cs was expected act Kurt of the Unnd States.-(". I bs.Pnra u eora for aetl m Jk*A*bow ttn ,.., at I'd dntd.Joon ft.,twee.l ,
usuf, un' ol! our mot distinguishedpu Smith in June next,-he bas beon. C.*r. 2 ttr 10|.. J l.*IK,t 7 Jd aIn 811 t 1 tukan1ad + Pt ran ns WJi.lint Ticket are tented to
call at ilk other .ndevunme where the,
them
a I1' 1., h w.w..t-t 13.5-1 a l.AL
,:lit c'urai' tfrs, evinces the genius; considerably anticipated oar notice, tta'r atberiber will .
.|o# OKt 111.: 1'*JO Pemam 1 1 3-d to rvccit > prues & cash either Ifl
last: aui s:.ill of American artists, hiving arrived there on the morning uf rs 1. l.8tt etchenKe for Tickets wamiitetl undrawn or

t sit furti'!.lM' a memorial of a promivu the 22d in,t. After leaving Mobile* hepr -- for ant thing the which be hay for tale.r. .
.c "HlrJ to S .-Otl a"l and listen \ IIASEIX HUNT
-+ti tin the historyof our coun Al a meeting of the Ildtrd of Health PrnoeolaJune
.n, i; "ill) doubile find a rapid sale Uotir', leaving the latter on the 18th for the city of Pensacola, on Monday 15,18'1'3tf.t

Io;'1 in tlu United States and South A- nit fur Natclrltuchra, aud frowi tltcMehe the 10th day of June, 1822- }'U\l.'rLrO'VDES..

ric-\: 1*. Daily ,1Jv. passed across the coaittfy from dH'i"'lO..chia. Present Doctor J. C. Uronattgh, Pre-
cur with route lie 'tHakfavorably Fl 11E operation these powders are
silent Doctors Klliolt and Merrill,
trtract /truer from an fjfieer on ),'and afT.,'rd at l'irt smith I = and )Ic, us. Miller, Kry, er, Wye he, 5 perfectly mild, &o at to.be used

hard ihe frigate Conttellation, da at A oVlix-k on the iwirning (>f the 2idinst. Xitbel Allen and Shomo. I with safety, by persons id every situa .

id t'nN. +.)rar tc, Oct. 9th, 1821. In the afiernoojf the same day, FL)31 11 On m&lihft.r* Dr. Hronaugh, John tion, and of every age,They are excellently !
UL, in of the he rev wed and inspected 4tM at I adapted to carry off superflous -
m* lit vet possession pal troops \h'T""ue \'J.h Miller, .,'. was called to the chair. I
rio. ,6!;noUjh the Royalists have in a that 'post,departed lit 4 u.d9C'k the next \ On motion of Dr. I1ronAughI I bile and prevent its morbid secretion '

.,':'r relieved Callao, the ..carort.l'l1urh. .- morning, and arrived here in the lat anail--'utuChi us nothing Cf #r.WrW, That the first section of -to restore and amend the appetite .

? .t'1t ex-cckingescaped$ in the.1t steam'bout on Thursday night on his foreign or commercial intelligence the ordinance of the Hoard of Health, produce a free perspiration, and thereby .

i I.'T. tn ship (icn.llrwnof S. York. way to his headq taners at aUvillc. worth .li "iflK. in relation lo quarantine and the prevention prevent colds*which are often of fatal

I ll'-.portunityofjiceinghiin e .",1.'. Gas.1'ROM of disease in the of Pensa consequences dose never fails toj, t
city -
K-furtuie.; ":. He appears to be about -- ('..", ,, ten st the I.egisiatiteCosincilcomtenedonthe cola he sn amended at (o extend the remove a cold, if taken on its first appearance

{..a Jdahough a little bent,is still \- TOUT S)1I1"IIAIU .\SS.\S. loch int.at the Quarantine (round from the Navy -they remove habitual coslivrncss .

r -uut ill his features'\\hich are harsh, Ears.the ftlTicr-but not being ahk lo Cove to the Barrancas. sickness at the stomach and

II+: pawtss sufficient, animation when' J.tttte HwX, (:{ronta ,).!/Hl 2. form a quorum for busi rss* they djourft /
,itittp, by any thing that interests Col. M. JrbHrlrt andI j. HM.nradf l until Monday the 11th inti.by .-- ordinance be so amended as to requite cure for the scurvey,scorbutic blotches

hti, lit would in fact form a fine sub' jrdnf\\rt\ United States Army, which time it it honed, they will be all teasels inward bonnd to come and all impurities in the blood, submit _

"'.\ tittle phsiognomisL He is ann arrived at ibis )nlacr on Saturday evening able proceed to ".litH. to anchor and be boarded by the health lo their happy effects ; whether proceeding ;.
:: in-1 intelligent man, and has been last from fort Smith which plate from constitutional ailment, or arising t
officer narnh
the
af.t1lU irrior in his day. Kiev left ou the SUlld1)'lu'eiuu a- Mr. Adams letter to the Spanish at Thai the as.IltM1. fifth section of. from indiscreet intemperance. j''
Tlt, tin'Ik'htd of these parts, the jor Hr which
wr publish in-dwvt it i avery said ordinance be so amended as tern--
lfJIDOd! Bt tn-t id..,who deserves every the! military post at N'atcl.itochc: on important and to in- male complaints generally and especially j
peculiarly duce the amount to be paid by each
0[-'d' disgrace that can be heaped Red river, and is on his ny to taVfebargc trusting docamrfit. Il i it the ablest and seaman arriving from any port of the for removing those obstructions ',
10 )/ti i"tnj-wao ha 'been once executedftujxMthc of his corau.apd. which are the source of their ailments
most .atisfacitry r*$position, of the United States or from the of
*":- tklo1 for deadu a trairI.qll"t.ad The detachment c't the rib rrgt. IB iran aetion%. in Florida nadir ionrrnnr ports at(certain periods. And whenever thereis .
Spain and her : I))' a piratical and re- fs try which passed this 1.Iue iti Fbruity Jarksop, tttfti has born att.mjrtrtlah4 instead of one dollar. predisposition to receive disease ; 1

i fuUjirit; worthy of a demon,after Ut, arrived *l Fort Smith VII it i. the more coAchi i.,'. became Abvni I Dr. A. P. Merrill. from a too copious use of ardent spirits :

.)+uittin( lite' most barbarous ex. the Jotb of that munti,and we to "'- it it c.tltc ul aol fnwwdrd oft the farts Revived Thai Doctor ,or from a vitiated stateof the bile, !a
',:t Oft 'ecst fls of all nations, plurtd p>',tu learn, that they were left in am ascrrtaiinrti.Vr ManJmttt4/y, these powders will assuredly counteract ;
prutcri> rrcoHttmendiu Merrill recommended the
A. P. be
to
"''llld! malrring their captains and improving and muc, better state of all but it.-The proprietor here under the i

L',.nt ttu arc v.vs into his service, hu'ie1ll.a" health, than they h"e enjoyed fur*everal I ly to perusal our faiawKitixras to nt of rr t1orida.;pulkular- Acting fill the: Ctnernor orlice of,Health at a proper Officer.personto strong conviction of the power of these +;

ix';,ort says, been joined bv' month list |,irn belonging Iw Dr. J. resumed the powder, to relieve the afflicted, when / I Y.

,\ .i:atiuus, k brave and indepcn that detachment, ha2rc been everelvaditcted the I'Jiu arrivrd C. Bronaugh other medicines have failed, recommends ,
Hy the Inch
,. on Intl. chair. ATV"* J. .
n+';ju or warriors never yet sub- with the ,dvitntcry, ever since from N.Orlearitwr I leam,that On motion- the use of them (at least once at'

ti'i hft3c Spainards, and taken Cont ib<*> left Mississippi and a large Uu vail, had not arrived at that governor place Thai committee of three be week) during the spring and summer
on a
( :Q tc third city in importance proportion of thoje ajttackid have fell Ihe Sib inu.--but it is oclirtcd he mutt draft such ruIn and appointed months, in which he feels confident, ;
to regulations
*'I|?to the Chilian Republic. The victims to the dh..ut''e understand have arrived tUs 4t that those who will take! his advice will 't' 7'

,''ani!Ui. that he is now in full however, that no new cases of Ctovernor ere is in thought the as they way deem expedient* to find what they seek.-Prepared and I

tl hf'fS1., Jas ifo, the capital, altho' he the disease bare occurred since heir limit Tennessee tc"pa".ce the Steam prevent the htrttdutic.n or paupers into sold at the Soda Fountain room oa'ffefe .
and
Steam float .
Paragon
tke the
fend that la
city they
*'alter av um.U.1; his object. The arrival on the Arkansas, but several arrived at Xrw Orleint the Jd report public green by .: ; I
nn Messrs.
l"nl IM'U -Whereupon,
,, of lttn i'ernan.lez, alias Hobin have been laboring under it for meeting G. SARGENT. I
ittst. oiit the Tennessee .
rcj at the niliott Nitbet and Keyscr were
*us9e'k Isle, is peopled by a col some lime, and four men hive died mouth of CnmUrtUrifl in appointed Pensaeola, June 8.-tfGKOT
taking some said committee.
tit
""" tins place, the governor of since their arrival at the fort. They I thence it it : 1 'C "
m"'h freight, sunshade that the The Board then adjourned until \ AltKLEY, .
had the boldness and ate now arrived in comfortable
teme
:. quar- TrnHettee would not W far behind the Mottday the 17ih instant. s
; t' .l"q; thirteen men and two tees, in a iarkahly healthy part of l'araron. OFTT.RSvesaleattleitoreonthe square.
Attest an assortment I
il'J .
J' III to an American whale- our country, where their wants and necessities 111alttaiu of the "Eliza reports thatnewt D. SHANNON', Secretary; of r

: tan say he also attempted by can be much better adminls- had reached Kew Orleanv->thai Jane IS. m@ mmIEm; (

tt"-, to rapture tht brig.Ve tend lo, than they could possibly in the Spaniards were driving the Americans F'coarstsrrxc

Ih'' soon ai we are proviZ"1 their late disagreeable situation onboard oat of the Texas conntrv, with. 1 \\\\\ lthCtZve \1'O\\OSt\\ or .
T'vt' the Island, investigate the of crowded boats, and it it expected outditrriminatioa. This it Suvar, -t.18m-1; t
higttt* probable TILL tie 15th day of July tr supply Coffee, Butter,
{ .te"H*! and .punish the author of that the usual good health of the when reconsider, ihc"utr of the troops of the United States Motwsef, Lard .

,tat1tt. In f five or six weeks we garrison will soon be restored.As revolution and violent internal comma* Array stationed at Prnsaeola and at Pork Cheese, .

'f toleeward. [wV 1*. Statftmc an evince the healhty situation ticn, existing in the Mexican Km pi re. Fort St. Carlos de Barrancas witb Fre!H flour; I rad Sugar

of Tort Smith, it is worthy of remark the last ad vires from thai W1s.key. Fresh leas
by conn try. Fresh Brvf, from the lit day of Aagust Macon Kalians and A Almonds F
TPoc.\DE WITH SPAIN. ,that not a solitary death by sickness And thus probably, may terminate theextraordinary ensuing to the 31st ,day of March, llama, M .leira, S ./" .t

has occurred among the soldiers f*C'fi.nt"nt ofcolunitint. I83J, inclusive. The Beef will be retjaired Sperm. &Tallow Sup. Claret V Wines. ,

1 1 jltf tf e Irtter from an w/wrrirow, under Major Bradford's command* under tnonarebtcal toverei ntr, with to I,.' of the best that the market Candles, Table do. 3liest ,
Wtludrid, Marches, : 1822. since. the establishment of the nap, Coy. Brandy,
.y post :.men bUNt free an J reared in tie enjoyment afford, and to be delivered to the '
6 ChocoLte, Antigua Hum ;
>
r ***not ignorant the diiad- four yean ago, until the late augmentation of repahhcan rights.NOTICE. troops at each post on twn days in each CUtup.'Olins itoll.umdGin,*

alllr commerce to this country of the force. The fore now there I week, in tueh) quantity at thall be required Sstad Oil London! Porter, :.

i" under for so many tears consists of about 230 soldiers. I for the ratiotJS-vit a about 300 Cayenne Pepper Albany Ale, r
'sor J' the ineffectual There Is i excellent farm of about r 'ill: of BestEagtrh lusUnl t1nsgar, .:.
hdy attempts an erwuntt the late Doctor J. Hit. at Pensacola and :550 at the Bar-

OUr minister to remedy them. 80 acres belonging to the fort, which is J V. U. \00 run ta bein noxma'le ratfcas, on each day-the days shall be r.111.00"and Sp"'s' .. r

Ifrt"i.. government has become cultivated by the soldiers and affords out and drpait wit'u the anlsiribrr,i ian fixed. '" SALT. I

to favor us, or whether them an abundant of a great variety those indebted are rro estrd tn call All person will please mate their N. II. Sea ttir *putt alt fiuth fully. 'f

t"s"s I\I or our present minister! of vegetables{ and they now La\'e.and male payment without 'play, in, proposals ft trilling,uuledwul directed Pe ittaCnb, May 234ltiltpin \

\t 'fDorc successful than those about looo bushels of eons trmaining'of !order that the administrators sassy be to me at this place { "
'lr it\C8 & l\n\
Drtdr"etors. I imf not able tot the last year** crop. Of stock, there i j enabled to close to the ctaatc. f' .fAa \\.TIIOR rON t' ., .

4't r ts< that the late chan are sit,'.vt 190 head of nest cattle, and 11! E. 11l'OSTER., '", ,,".Conn'. StIV .h"d. (t. T,\\\1\\1\,.' .._ 'yVs .

by thtCoftes, JT""he retry about 403 head of .hog fI Pcpsatwla,Jalle )1. 'St SV tr>I Jjr.' Jan jl3"Jf- '\k ttMsfice' : '
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: _ m\TiNi---l R&rA"o A '- 1'utii" &.wd fi 'tltC13ner81Ct ,\\ 8.Pariqanller J..Dtlarrtt1;rftf "it.

,To the Sotdkra: tf thee .r.iy /the \\THO: 'fully understands his bast his friends and the public:t "|} KOXFRSanfI sworn interpreters' <*

United Siatei, And other' owners oJ T T ness, and can bring recommendation INFORMS!.. that be has taken t 1ei i Jj| translators In Pcnsacola.: Then O.RJfGOOD

lilfottl liouflty Ijandi.IC7 *for skill and sobriety, to superintend management ,of the regitnentat bake" of cuts on the great square, opposite c. '

All the military bounty lands a ,saw-mill.26 mild from Pen- bouse In this place,.hf'I"e.U and enrj r the old government house .

in the ,State of IlHoa**, which were sacola. Apply to article of has trade may be bAd at anytime ___ Pcnsacola' September 23-tfLUMIIBU. ,lately landed from the M t* *.

,+ patented ,on or before Aug. lit, 1818, \\ M.-)1. .READ, k Co. in the dayftaOtelT.Morning 4SQUARE from New York, which they offer .'

I, are chargeable; with a Ux fpr the year May IS, 18:2.: -fitTvicnl and Dinner Jlrrail, timber rw-cn-bl terms TU t "
'I" 1831 and mill i otd *vcJ tax in ; 100 hoses
{ >e* for CracUcr'i. ilullrr IIItuii -?. CbeJtnJortl lgb 1-
the ntvitft of May wrrr, unless the > ItalliirA UevtuvA."lirASrftlmffwm all descriptions ; 11.15br10,14br1Qgb'",
efi.
antI nt.tt'l.} Pickets .
ame shall hate been paid foeforr that tiMP ram-jr howe of Mr, ; bf 10 1 t
,f 'time.AH. 1 1 John lnncr*nU, S.wMl tl.r firm td t ebrw- The large quantity of floor he shall tile Shingles, !tee I pipe Cognran B ndl."th .
will al For Sale. the subscriber.*, I tlo Jlo' hand Gin .
the military bounty ijiiids in the ans..i, .fdif..kJt.uitIlAII1f IUUUI.O warrant his customers that he by, 1 bhd. Jima-ca. J '
-Mt: .tout m+untmA J qUt"rtf'.l ct !l. Ten was be pruiidcd with the best kind.F. R. CLAPP.frttsacola 2 Ram*
.
of before kegs L'or Iiai '
state IlliotiU patented on or lAtariself tw for ,heCIftIMft tf lh* a o
pteu BOUQUIE. \k 33--tf 6 bis. Oder4halfchetsIIonTci
K.
August 1, 1819, (which it ti&elieved includet pr jHTt, and tn flolUr for the dittCMd1 tAt a
: the w) olr,) are taxable nits .1.0 ihnJ, or t m cn } 5oHa_for bwth.I. Pensacola, :May 18th I8K.--it NOTICE. 1 Chest /
.., >l. IltKNKf.tarrh Ily-on skin do.
\1'A R. I ."0. 1822. tf OFFER my professional srrvicn I 1' AKEN uphf the subscriber on the 20 boxes Sperm aJKI1t'i .

Bounty lands which have! been sold -. --.- -- -.-... - I .s an ..\I&vow'.hd. unellor alIaw t l JL lOtlt inst. a negro man why calls 30 do. Soap "

by the soldier or patentee,! if sold ,on DOCTOR G. 8AHGBNT.KL'SPCCTFULLY s my t,ftee i% near A. Collins Ho, himself BILLY, said negro is about:2 IWjmsheULjvwWi 20 firkins nutter blo"'I'\'a1tt

or I before the 1st of Aujr. bctomc taxable tenders her trl. I ,shaltaurftd the courts in Mobile,, or 3 years oJdf t'c feet the inches high, 10 do. Iju-!i ;

the tins %.'art-ir sold after the to the citizens itter Blakrly( Fort Cbihome and Contcuhin I has on an old fur hat, blue broadcloth 10 bb. Hams i

1st of AU;;. they became taxable:: : the ofl'C'hncula.-lIq may s, be! found Cur the state of Alabama. coatand scotch plait pantaloons -says 160 bu..te14 tlatai :;.

succeeding' year. t about f he was purchased: from the estate of 30 bis Corn
door ea t uf(.. W. Baikley't store 01 am in prepare a Digest othe 121 bk Corn
The tax i* one dollar and retie cent \ Malt2casksCbcesr
tile greentf.. Laws of tie State ofbb.amlt I Baptist Barber, dec'd. Maryland' Saint .
where the land is public ;
per quarter section, ; which are now in force. Proposals for Mary's county some time in November 20 bh, Mi rifine Richmond;
_. seasonably lined for taxat on in the JESSE KBHGUSON', which ill be shortly circulated. last, by one )Ir. Canter, and runaway 6btin.ilTc-.kfav. } FW
third ria.,. If listed in the 3ttd e! *t,
a II1tU11SS1UtIcrctutttt JOHN It. CHAPLIN.Prnsarola from him between Oakmulgi and Flint I bbL Molluscs t
the tax is $2,40, and if listed in the Aug. 18-tft7 rivers some time about the last of January 3 buds of Ulam and Earthenw.,

I tit class, the tax tsg3,2O, per quarter -.erO""O.lr the Afarlrt, *The Editors of the Cahawba, hit. Theb'her is. requested to 23 Cakes Loaf Sugar
j /,80-.1 {
.scc.l on,per annum. "% ILL faithfully attend tit any bestness HuhUtille and Kort Claibome papers, come forward, prove property, pay Central assorts

Lands hereafter sold for taxes, may entrusted to him. He are-requested to inert the above three charges and take him away.J. IDm1YQ(((! be redeemed within one yefrom the has on hand for sale low for Cash or
times, and forward their' bills to this 1NGUAHAM.
sale, by paying the taxes land coats, COTTON rtnucol 13 AMOXOST WHICH' All
1823. if.
office. April -
with an addition of 30 per cctiU Ladies and. gentlemen's Boots and _. Superfine and common blue amid b.
Shoes of description. --- r iMIE undented, Attorney Law of England broad Cloths and CaiB '"
GEORGE CHURCHILL, lmJgmt A- eerr TO TIUVELLEHS.TJIC ffjcured '*
.F.dwardn'I1It', Jttioni offers hit Boys and Children's do. JL will practice in all the Courts of rurmtarc HornbaaeitabJickanJpLuQt'r"I
subscriber, rrsiding on the West Florida. He I Dinutiefigured silk Vi''
Midlers Coarse Shoes for JSegroe*. may be found at hts and short Yellow
all tho
services, as such, to e at the head of Yellow Water Nankeens, Aeenm:
'
and others who own lands ini that state. A great variety of Brushes. informs his chamber: in Mr. Collins Hotel. shawl black and colored Canton tot.
flay friends and the ;
,
Combs of description. J. C. MITCHELL. pieces flagg Handkerchiefs, black ,
His is only $0 cents lot every :
charge per public that he has fitted up a House and September 1 3 tf Silk nWits l L.nen C: mbnc, black '
J'lay Cards. - '
( or half section)for listing the nJ; __ '
quarter necessary: buildings for the reception Cotton llow,Can.bne MuLn*. CVi-t
lands for taxation, paying the' tax, and A small assortment of Hard-Ware; and convenience of I ID< mIDI! CJo and plain. Hook Muslin, white a.'t.

enclosing the .official receipts to the and keeps constantly on hand ManeilltA\estm ;i, Russia Sheebn .
land owner. Letters, pOIt.I' raid, addressed liu\uurft mu\ lit occricaof Visilers TTnVt\\eTS, & FEW genteel boarders: can be accommodated brown HoHaml Mwtraas Uamlkercha'

to him as above, enclosing 3 all kinds. to and from any of the States, and will 1'L on moderate terms, .ttanitanocs' black and Colored kj bit
cneU. t fttiitvtts,
in CriAtams, CtieelGcntlemens
aJffuttl comfortable a "
dollars on any cha.ered *//'<*fe fiaylng 20 n.trreU IrMi PolatorH at accommodation private family. r8)1.Ucawanbro..nlurtin ,&e.I
as a new settling country can afford. Enquire of tKe Piintern.C .
!,. bank in the U. States, will be prompt..t I For ale, i if applied for itnmcdinlrljr IT H the intention of the subscriber. April 6, $s22.IZruCktittt1i. Buots and f,,.;" .
ly attended to, and the overplus credited Dec. J, 1821,-tf.A AND IN !,TOHry
to theUand holder. A.5 dollar. bill 1 to have (as soon as possible) one 5
wilt pay the taxes and other chargesfor XY JH"nonwbhing to purchase Inrge schmutr rrr; rd Ferry bunt .fTTOIl.\/H$ AT X./IK tine, llo iu, &c. &c

two years,and leave a small balancein the valuable privilege or a fcrtt" suhl chat to tike in3o horses and lupage. "VT ILL practice in the different Apnt 2;r liZ

favor.of the land owner. ,Whatever across the bay of Prnwcola from I. b.fOlstrftt. And two four oared boats with sails for f f Courts ot.rst Florida and

sums are received in addition to the to Navy Cote, may I learn the the accommodation of passrn rr tfrom the state of Alabama. 1' \)\tI"E,

taxes and,other charges actually paid, terns "by calling the subscriber his the head of \.C'tlow.at 1' bar to Pcn- August 18-tL ATTlifiLOOK

and the annual agency fee of so cents office. JOHN II.. CHAPLIN, sactila. / PE.V'S.JCOL.t ST, :.f

a lot, will be credited to the land itol' Sept 8-if .4n.fr the ftrftrtetr. C. CASS1N' \ D'Y.\l\.D l'\ e\C\C\, SIGN OF THE

dcr, and applied to the payment of future -- November :d.-if. r ":1KE3 this method to inform the

taxes. It is necessary for the 3tt'1' 1u t. Crl citizens of Pcnsacola: that he has FOLIO EIBIK.:

"owner to inform the agent of his place A QUANTITY Couilt0 J\\i\ taken a house on the Bay adjoining AN ASSORTMENT C '

of residence, the date of hts!patent, or the Sth host, a negro roan Mr. James Quins where he intends carrying /

deed, and the particalar quarter sec Quiii 1 1 s ON named JOSE OR JOE, supposed on theTAILORING liOOKS.

tion, township, and range; in vriiich his to[ be about JO years old, *ho says be BUSINESS 4mong which are the fottnAmerican

land lies. For' Sale Ixnv.tl'HOLlS.41.K belongs to Wm. Crape, living on Pas* in the neatest manner. State Encyclopedia Papers,:10, 12 tola.Nicholson's .
"Uelayt are dangerstt*.'*. -tr lands cagola bay, and who formerly lived at ra
: ./.\ /) HRT.UI. Pensacola' : May: 12. 182: SiReading Duck' Theological Jictionwy,
are not seasonably listed in the third W. HAblll.L 111.-" '. Savannah,Georgia, and was brought to I'obinaon's! History of Uapum,

class, they are liable to be listed 'by the 1.VtrtU,June 1 Jt t'ensacola by hit Son John Cr.. f'. -. l' ": S.\t'1t111e1 Jowphus Works,
' auditor in thecontf vrjlri.ra% and The owner is requested to come for. Coi
to be charged with a higher tax. Delays w.rdf his Spectator,Ifiiniblcr,
t 11c Aul\\tic\l, til Cuugrcss.SIM.Y3 : prose: property, pay charges llboms.H I'prirlla' Letters
n ay also subject the land owner :and take him away,or he will be dealt I:'heiterfieU's Letters,

to the payment of the cost of advertising with as the law directs.J. 1.P\ K...rinrp"I'ths.W\t the e,Ubli.h- Wonder of the World. ,

and,, sale. It it. therefore adiisa- ( MITW.VMCLASS. N. BROWN, Jails meAt from Mr poetry, tenders tau respects to Valuable Secrets: Family Reccij

ble for all those concerned, to pay Pensacola 8th Jane 1822. be Mt Knb 1 t immediate attrntiou to this noticePurchasers !L@ wr 1P1BmW 9 shall k MF nothing If the change if his unreir.t.Hn WaJIt.s \pp.J.: hit.ps'! Spetc,'
ate ;p r" 1 lands reminded "UTU .
bounty Florida[ Packet. > <'srf toenbrjrr sat increase the interest ofUw *Letters Pops'work .
! that withholding their deeds from SCIIKMR. + rooms' by the kLtion oi f fort,, or fifty file Farmej Assistant,

record, will no longer protect their 1 Grand capital prize ef iww (Mp rst& ". lands from sale fur taxes, as they wilt of glOO/NMi is glOO/)00 T R A VELLERS are inform- &fibtir perMxtk btcnry publicatkms. Aowditch'sNavigator' ,
now be taxed in the names of the I )?l rd that a fast mailing sloop rig- The Roomy bate been rentovetlto Intendant American Coait Pilct
35,000 23,000 ged deck BOAT has commenced street,theta soldiers unless liurd'by
(< *roa.on'. Monitor
from the town of
their owners. running Cros Masonic
seoo
proper S 23,0001k Chart
t Deeds of bounty land, sent. to this Florida to Pentaco She will leave A CAIU 3Ianonic Constitutions
1/00
100MX
agency will be recorded, and returnedto lu 500 the town of Florida after early breakfast )f R. SCliERKR h*! t!>c honor of respectfully Pikc' Expedition, Brdone'iTC '

the owner, by mail, for $S each, (to 105 luu 5,000 Mondays Wednesdays and Friday i vf mvnjj the Ijwlic' aralCicntleinen of Fen-- Cool'Voyages i11iman': Tn-: .
10400 *, and the city of Pensarolji cob that harm sr used his residence in this Clutte ubnand's Travels: ,
he paid in advance,) which sum willlay 16100 is zn.itw: on p....e,he offer them hit wnices for the tuition llolbn's Ancient Hiitorr: ,
all expenses atteu-lint; the record: Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays,at fI'I'J.\\fJ: PonT and UCAL ML'MC. lbs tathU'/t Magnala.

ant, except pottage, which must in all 1621I'.ius. 10 o'clock A. M. t,,nn, will be Sty> cent per lesson or 10 dollar Uir mrs ILntory of Eagland.
'' cases he. paid by the land holder. 336 Ulahk. l **** tickets$300,0007licirts Passage SI, freight SO eta per bar by the month payable: half in advance. lie ftokbmith's Greece,9aowden't '
S rel. For those having or hor- mil starte kWn* in the French tongue at Teller's General''flj5torr.
(i. Cm'Rcriiu. refers those who waggons;
may S 14 ",,, I.l nit
.r.
rsjharrlsn.I'ritcs t& of
6 olUn pr month. BncJtcnndjc on South Aawrici
there is Sat
ses, a that will all
ktpt at
require testimonials of his character:: only. to be drawn. Not two i I Those persons ik-iruus to favor biro with Johnson's Lire of the Pats,
for punctuality, to the. following gentlemen blanks to a prize. On the loth day times carry them to tteelersvHIc from '' their ctmh.tcn :_ I will IK deposited in the wheel one prize the town of Florida, and those travel* order*at}It. (;oU "'.. Hotel.HrnwoU. Life or Patrick Henry

-William L. Stone, Esq. S. \VhUingWoodruff of gSOOO on the 15th d.r. one ling from Georgia are likewise informed )ltySHCDIBS I t,1822 Curran'* Life by h::* son,
;
prize
and Cande and Daniel Pane that Mr. Ward ha* established a Southet Life cf Wesley
I of SJOXhJ; on the 20th day",, hue prize of ferry across the head of Coal flack r..l. :l V tt4rl'!, Laws of Nations,
or o
haw Ncvr-Yotk. i
S*ttus; ou the 25th day, one prize of Nopkinaon's3tiaccllaneousroit
Water Bay, to the Town of Florida.A Just Kr tii-tif fir. Thorn,
Mr. Normand Smith, Hartford Ct: B U' .
t ,
the 21&1. Operative
S10,< 00; tin day, one prize of$2JMH such Surgery
Rev. H. CroMwell, New liven, Ct. : and on the nth -. the communication from ri'w'ter'* best Heater Hats. Harton't Lullcn, Jamcs'lli.
Mr. Gedrgc Bacon, Philadelphia. ; day, one I..r state of Georgia in Prnarolais ..ttw.s.Itrtt/tJ.Jt"fWr '...""t.'rS .,...,., / Ikuiule't CLtnustry,new work.
prize of SI < at all times and \\ \ AXPESCAY' Swetlaur tin' :Sypilis.Lratoisier's : .
Messrs. Webstrrs fc Skinner, John deduction of fifteen cent. Thins easy practicable n"E5.. ,
per i'hemotry
Board man, L. F. Backus, and E. Sc C.Horord on this rasa which will be one hnn k SAJAS. Thor..u'Prs'
three iJra"i inf>. The drawing about, opcn :Surgery: ,
t Albany.F. ;, the first week ill Nos t'lUkr. died miles shorter and a iuh bet- N. B. AH persons purchasing FINE Yana'I'bumac-.lop.new ww'

Peck,, k Co. Bookseller*, Roches" The Cash will be promptly advanced trrtsne<< than the mad now generally travellrd. HATS, will have the advantage of having Talciof Wavertey Guy Land1ord,6vola.KcnilworthThe Mazwcnng. .
: ily, :
fr. N. Y. for the Prizes at either of I). CHLLKSrtr I I I them kept repaired for the space of Pirate,
(. Jl.V.. L. Churchill Batavia, N. Y. THE OWNERS. gratis.
a
s Luittd Stiatf* lottery Clr crs, core year Ambrooo,or the honk,
J i. J. Leonard Esq. Oswrgo, N. Y. *ncr of Ik leu and (:ubi.,1\c"tfn't..I.t:..* Town of Florida tat June, 1822. .I Pensacola May 23, 1821.: -tf Minstrel Love new work.

!>,'. Jon 'Prendcrxast, and Her. J... ivaeola. No. I.?? lhroadway Nc.'-\ otk ; Tutu Jones, Fool Quality

Churcbill, WiuGt-ld, Herkimer Co. N. No. 11 south this)trrrt, Philadelphia;; 1.. \\. uvmuisu, NASHVILLEilE INN.tr lljron. Pats W orb 8,toll 4 TOS.lintish .
gill- .
Y. No. 182 Market' fttrcel, lUltimorr ; and Has just received an assortment of undersigned having taken pose tdainith's IForks,6 ols."tt

::. Tilden. Esq. P. M. New Lebanon, henna}h'auia .ltcnuelValingtuutity.: JL session of this well known establishment Iool'e' atdotles, do,
N. Y. :tm W\w( has and is making such improvements Trun buU* Works, Bloomntla'iF'

A. Doubleday, Esq. Chenango Point, T\us fcv\tin\Vu\ A.tiUtv ', rpnrGnt ".... an4 black ClotK, Superfine as will render: it equal, if Con vi ay'*Spanish Grammar,
N4Y. hiring under the authority of the L'nilid ., .. S.hrev :ni Lexicon,
t iiriir 4 Mri >rrfioeiiwsr49atifiett, not superior :any establishment.of the 'd..
Latin To
nd
G. A.'Worth, Esq. Cincinnati, Ohio, Slates, and the Prize all floating T.--t Knit cmnnvoH Vrstifps White ncr> Kind in the western country. lie LaI Adam's!kld'.l.n'Ct Latin(.Grammar;

Mr. II. Deming, (printer, Louisville, as specified, offers the greatest induce te.aredilMrstine'. t.-.o mml white HfCalko .. pledges himself to the public that eve Mair Introduction,
1w h,1corabs.tt. s u ci r I robot do
\ lId'rsahd Adtrnturers. i
Order
Ky. 1 inent to ..... t'..Irwli I jnens ick. Hf-twn.do.Cauwntcrc ry exertion wilt be made to give com ,Ainltwo.rt1DICtionary.. _
Mr. Chaunccy S. Payn, Detroit.W. . *, post paid, fat vi ar ed to the .ub* luft+ha.4It. t-.k,1: do. Damask do. fort and rest to the weary traveller Ckvro sad Virgil DeIpJtini,

1:. Almond, Esq. P .M. Luray, scriber, for tickets or chance, trill re* igwc l and C ottoa IMifV Ik erCtwwl (Juvta, and to the cpi tlh- the luxuries of life. Simp.IUfEudlt"Pantheon,Cttbson's Jaaucwa'Sur'Tooke's ,.,
\'a. 1 ethic thankful and punctual attention IJ"M.L ia..I.a..do..lQkM.asmetaj. ALPHA KINGSLEY .'
Guthrie'rM.xse'sDwight'sa
t"on!. HUek...I.fete Stm, tirade and
Hugh Alexander' l:sq. P. 1M. Baton from : _Nasnvtus,1st rlpri1,1822.50lOLLAItS Geographies.HaUtiX .
UJ..tk 8.1k U..I1trtLK&
Twit{ : an16gtrtfrlrra.at.
.
Rouge, Lit 1\. t11b1I'1v .,}ki (.........ILt..I..t Cotton.n l rorflr REWARD. }, IhiboU'ii and sSlumy's 8llalker'aDietonaryDuncan's
January 21, IR22. l SU-rkiBj. Mm bUck,white&nusevl hate, Gwinitur.Keailer
s '
fcGf"Print.*rs of newspapers throughout TM'rnly agent in the United State for tuw, 1*.wt,ami rokmrfnl Set u g S ilks, PatentTlimi.1 HUN away from the Subscriber lire :

the U. Mates, by J giving the above the .l/anffrw. ,N.. .11,U Me kind Itbck, N'". thnl.IXJMbhTIC : : in Tuscaloosa, about the first American rltbsttr's Preceptor Dook,

an insertion' .in their respective papers, ar.r:: D. itLLCSPIB has bad the ( 00.V.M of April lasta Negro Boy, named Bur-' Quarto Ocuvo,Spelling School&Pocket B2 ,_ "

will confer a signal favor on the brave pleasure of selling, and paying more flan to w. tunt,."U do. .10.4-1 heck, do. ret!!, about 3$ tears old, 5 feet 3 or 4' .
drawn front the .1..... do. 4-4 Hiram moos !'Lirti i4lo Also, tAt follo..tttingFrtntfJ
of and Capital Prtet wheels '" tf. : inches high, or a yellow complexion
defenders our country's rights, }
of different lotteries,within two '. tjrt. duo Tn.blc.It tUittum, Purl bow Life of Napoleon
knee stands
years legged, one more out
will, doubtless, prevent many of them .skirl lt.,,du t4a.s do. Put.on 1lwM.,!klur Lebmn's eleniaqur,
than other vender of tickets in
any A* : than: the other has a limp in his walk,
,
from '!" ins; thrir hard-earned bounty. T""d4etikse t'l..t ltssanSuy.enders, His'4y 11'snostrocht's Gil Bias,
-- .--..:.- erica. The following are some of I, m..let'|ntwi.i;.f Mli Uru-I***,I'bj ing> t'anl, occasioned by the Rheumatism,has'ltt- Ku enlV liicuonarr
r ALE t1CAN BAKEIt%'. them. ti. rS 10 Cotton Csrds'Meiw a.>! Coj.Hits hJeor no beard; he was seduced away, l'crruGn lt111r'. E.u1'CJ5e'porne'Y. 1

"' ,uh. ctit.rsleavingpnrcha.cdthehskinge.tatihshn.entof prize SSf.poQ 2 du.oS4nnoo II III And lane atwttenent. of 1.......... Cbikts.us and is yet under the protection of a man '' Spelling Book.

1 Mcr.1'.WGlcstlsesbe' 3 do. 30.000 :2 do. spoo HIIOKS .VXD HOOTS, named David Street, as I understand, Together with a general attt

Co. in Pcimeo.la!.-, rrjKctAiI1y furnish inform them the cm- :2 flu ,totan) 4 do. IO/fJO, ,r.It1ht. fine ItoH and 'Iiot.., that.. do. or'.e has a free pass from him, as he

Zen liberal;that Urmt the/*:til-now ready to on 14' do. 5/100 2 do. 2/)00 ....... do. tvooiM'srv'toU.f"' 'itl* kine. ftosesofChiwolatr Brought him from Demopolis, to I STATlONAp-

.. 240 do. 1/)00 I I do. Nos..I aad J soap, do !'p.tm.rtta..1 BUkely' on board of a perogue and they CaNSISTJ/'G OA. .
'LUa.tl\ \\VTCU', Resides an immense number of small. ; 't.. .. c..dld. Nest w Nova. .....r- both left that place together. will "'. f.'
nd Letter
(C-rUC'k.'T &c. er prizes.tf ant>prpttatat. 11.7beabgvaIOUn5w' L hili Alt ,d >e.aJon thrHunt give fifty dollars for the taking up and. Boards ntintf CjPhcri scat Paper"Py 8uoi 1 .

Those dcurouf of taking their Brctd,will please r'ftI2c.ola. zd Oct. nrr..bl? trrort. flh"J of said Street and the Negro, Cents Backgammon Do % OWC" '
Apply at'tlie U.V.'' :rni.c,or ,t the tore of Thus.Andcrsonatthh ICTTAILURLVG: BUSINESS tft the jailor at BJake1 rU dollars fur Pocket Knives, Slate PeacA I* s t .,'
.vk.ct. WASH. L. ANNUM for Indo Hubber, Sealing flea Hfcr. : ,. .
.'; 11 tailed,l4r.U. / either, or 2O dollars said '
..t WALTHK.rAGAK & CO. 1 .. .. ,/ l'cn1l&GOta. iJanu.u 21, 1822.tf1RItINTINti ["ILL practice LAW ill Pcniaco-' negro in any jail so that I get him aapln. Bolts, Jie. kc..7j ,. t "' Y

f. U. Hi*Office is. in.:oncrn4, ofLapu I kf CYPRESS) SHINGLES :.'it: fear ..a..r.fpJ\tlJ.Utl'J.::.tI..: w -
.
I" ... I II' Srvillr't house. . GOOD.. rOa l.lLF.',- .... JAMES SHE D, | t. '
*
\fatty tjcfcttlfd atft J1Ti-l. Pensacola, Kept. 1../ t'ta t..IA"7 2t-!f hn St. ., .'/ t .w1..t'i r : ,5'
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