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: July 20, 1822
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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nfth Ifon. GeoKce M'Dvrrtt on the hill,!" addition to the Act war, a.1 r* arc nlf t lo W fit. tr. What k scene maT produce did lishroent qufsuon, Whether we shall maintain a military peac estab.
reduce Dnll fix '..1Iilllllry'i'at }dd61"'"" ,,. Dell "d exhibit bat theotbrrdiv.vhenthi. testiott of we organized fir war,and, susceptible of the utmost expan
r ; i ecogniuaR the in- sion in that
ii the Jhutf of Jtrfirttfntattvet of the Untied State) or the U/" dependence oflheSpSbisb p rot inn* wn'ptfit".t d to .s? flow did without event,officers or re'y upon the militia without training and
".rU, I R U. we then reason? '\\ ere there anr void calcaUtions of probable wart 11'r competent ,for the first two or three years of every t;
">Ir, M'IK'fFiE said, the gentleman from Xcw York (Mr.YoooVock danger: U'e saw nothing* t a Krj* .Ad oppm cd propl*,who had luaawUlKviarther base .herd much of the bravery of the militia, and no
had to the committee a project, which been for sirn Hn than. 1 will In doing justice to their gallantry
\ ,) presented by years : 'with'Ii tQ"r ni hicL tht'1 had at length ,and detotion. / it''t
1 iir promised to realite! extraordinary results. But be thought the almost surmrninird. We were a"\or.a if we would rrceitc them neia. and I/rrjoIce ta the exalted character of my country..,
.ntU nian would experience the f.te bf all projectors; and that his with a fratrrnal embrace, and iMr.ii" r tVn, into the society ofItiofl. brut Ad indulge, the proud belief that there is not on earth so
which he had deceive himself and unintrnlitn- 'The heart uf "fc "0" population. But they wilt not thank -
c[:4IcuIaions, hy rtrT .\-. rr.n rep.,drd IB the afiJimalitr. I alA sure, fur thai of gentkinen
,|tar abated the committee, would be fund upon examination to be Thrn, indeed, wr Vt'f'r .1! .\,wrH. .nVlih a nobly dhinstitoufatrd Mcr&tk*s Ihen. U sort kindness which praises and then
pi: 'rtln'r fallacious. I1.' a'f1 t*'.* ''', too, !1.411 "Mtsultrd dot.. tee .!rtI' se k.sNim..w.tt: .l.;ltrd a row.....rr.IQ shish we w. t'lItb"l'h.m hen the country.hall involved in difficulty
M/ntH, aa J made' calculations. And though he admitted that his by no prospect of Maui, acid .1.i.1t my srnontljrprdite j ? ,t6 .: ,.aertrhUCanciYt Ifat CyC y 'AtSt i'rt ttt L 4itlh1 a
wire partly conjectural; as all calculations musUte; on this subject, the |,c.rr of the ruin .try.' I will nut say that I belief it Tact leitlcssly encounter every danger, and sustain every burden,
vtlu' wHlld venture to say that approached as n. artbe rcali- will pn,dure A war with Spin I m hoe belies, on the con demanded by the safety and honor, of the republic f But what is
;h. a, '',<,sc of the ntlc.'an. The gentleman proposes, said he, trary, that it will not. hut it wnn! ,;, ,..1}.1t an annual saving uf four hundred and forty or fifty thnusj.i no ttatigrr. Fur, th, ah Spain is i k.l.le and dlstrartrd and cuuM 10 be slaughtered in an unequal conflict with the trained legions ofburopran ? f f.j
dollar I by consolidating the regiments of artillery and infant- protuise bersrlf nothing from a war with tH cwwwlry, yet, with despots t Because they are devottd, shall we offer up
f1'hi" consolidation would. have the effect of destroying the exi the cncouni tmrst and cett t aid of fet'trr power SMh"Cht carryon ta ir oloou in disastrous and unprofitable battleswhere all their .
,ti'i> proportion! hctucrn the officers and men, and .f +fdijhand- a d..olad..t| upon use rominer .AM! thrrr is nnr ftnwcr a. rvismcaunolsave the arms of the republic from discomfiture andtltsgr.tce
in >nisiderably Isar I than one-half' of the commissioned ouVrr in Europe that will l t promptr-l b*.ti'by pi4itic lvrimK .pi4ri m- f Sir, it is a cruel policy thus to tux thc noble virtues of
X,']-\', said he, the uholc L1mu..1 eXlttndiulI c fortHe pla and rations menial interest, to foment a war bri rn this c Hintry ami Npain. tans people*-1 graduate the sufferings and the sacrifices. to which
ol; i.lsh-c: ou;,h' to "but little more than thtvc Imiulred and twehr thousand d*.- ircat nmaiti are '! i n-tl tortrrUm towards each other atl lacy snail sulfa, they will'hut even have the consolation to rediet
b| ,. If 10 this: we add one hundred and twenty thousand dollars,: npcMtigs .f rivalry approaching ah.tlh', to hifttililjr and hatrrd. tbut their sufferings hate saved their country from desolation.u .
(.,r f, !iin'i'nt; allow anew; it will amount t.i *.J111t"Ihhac'l'H IHatix liter MMnriral rrcollcrtion and curry aiitiripiitHM of our an.) Did victims. in abundance ready for the altar; you may
? irr.(ti':iuti p'topok** to %.ii" by a. parul rrdmiion J Hy vitali1'.I1H'i r.nutl' esitiiess alt that i* past and all that is to {"1M.warn* us butts wah wf the dead bodies of our slaughtered country men, but
,,!< of cJ,'illation, a part .*uul 11:' \1 i ,!tr, it \\ in for the gentleman 'o fvplatn. Mot Mr. Mt>affiek. arc 4sVttard to be the Romand Carthage of m Mlrrn times. Irom Sir, w;us our experience In the late wart The blood 'is hardly cold
.1 ;. !v had' minutely. aiculat'-d tSe pa*. a'i4 slims ofaM tWeeom- s ure s the most autht-ntic, from every rrspr uWe writer and tail was ,u wastefully sited in that contest, and we are called upon
r. "oJ.i.-d o.Ticel h proposed, to bf dio'iaii' led ami then KMni4r4 toIt .U'q rrvprctabk1 witness, wr are at,unsl that there is but one to d,*rc atd its solemn admonition Even here in the seat ofrfpniatttkii
.-, t 'n .h' hundrf'dth.1IIanddtll4!*; and', .il'ev fif'y wrrent* Dirt .hit'h.1I eta%ses and all politit parties in (treat Britain we arc surrounded with monuments, at once of the.
tun!: .tld"fl! for contuijencir; the g"'m *Miia u\ f,,r handrv-d and if- -.ar; and that is, a dreg and srttlrd frrlinK.f Wstifiiy tt* the"Arnrrk. salute trrwcay of "ur enemy and of our own disaster and disgrace -
_: tv ', "..tisaad doUaifc uiiuld dwindle into ,.',t' i i.u.rrd.! 6f.r.. lint* The SPIT name' i* execrated Ahl .hat i iihr fart i and,bciorv the marks of the spoiler are effaced, we seem,to
jaJ :tie, it !it s aVi-ry niistaWn *upp.*hnn thai tern this truth salt ill trl.U ** 'u urseltrs' \\">iat i* the art lesson shirk the father Hate 'va i.il ;ccotle .ttun of what we have sufiervd. Afterthe exj -
V ''*'''(1the' propwwU r+" M>lidati cm. ""w L"tVoian hits m- uIrtil4 tftH the t.tfatt mist.t of Hit s.. It it, that '..n. tynrwa |>eneiKc ol tbe late war, tPat'ftt. ss but one opinion &mongthc
fir ,u' tn..touktd tiu- fart, that all Ku- wuaw.r" "u.'" al Hlir> ". rile a4- to bf a man he trawl fijfhi t5..- Bnti h. I dkt hot mrntioM this I MateMtten who Wad burr n.ost active in its prosecution 'they
tin'lolt.u; ; ; hranc'.t! s ,.C\ u raft ire iiliJ ut' dot ail*fntn the .' sa wish a ri-* ..r being rv p... i fur its pHilov ephkal corrrrtMm, were t m trued that uottoraiul safety of the country demanded
"..,.nt -if liftVh4t ttntle rtrn imp.! p'''Hr drnt5+u.stir |V but f.r liar | ur| or .,f sew II in;t -!.at the f.ti rrally i.i* relation curt we should AMU! me s* r, llwu| stir attitude of drlVnce. *1'he i.a- Cl
"I'C'I'UIJ'U'I't'... ol t'!.c army, *ic taut t,it<.r.-foul, Hnrnn ]' yr ,,-y are ricieh.y< ? ami proCtably! rmploj..d in performing****-* lei' him clf that tV,Mr fr.'I la.; s. unlike all tbe owrt"1 teas ttl the fessoiis uf our past experience, had not pursued their
fll'1toUIi. )' whi'# 'i' t'.ir: c."xlpudltu ul tyranny: h.ui hrrn so 4trtt' en> set .h , \i\t'1r 'dUUI..i 'd blew the prl c'flt urt(4ur.ati. has titt' Palely is apsu tome rommrr i.l principle tirat Britain iris mur h to gain toeavy and awful nuutd bate: been their responsibility in the event
0,1, .ration. He 1 u iui. '.UI Uc she iuU hazard malting in .rwr ting, that at least titter- itt.1 ala,w thiole! cancan trjd.N.i*<] most of the din rt trade JMA theories ur the orphan" would have risen in judgment against
h.tti of t'',' rutty(tvnikof tHe tier,islet t.U' t,fHtleiHariamemlnirntwiuid "jov.. bv us. tfttotttr hattfUof gnat Britain. For h.>"e'rrw ':"-1fI. 1 sea most solemnly protest against this ld-heartid: ceohomy -
th".htHlt of fteric<>, tifre en(a.rd in the perlWnfanor l +.1"1.+ tttay roostdfr: t'tr: natal -wer<*f Sp.ib.lrfor pri- ,which, to save dollar, would sacrifice the life ofa fnen an.
st luties-(Intii's equally indtapettsabk1 to ellkieavy: roodtltas rco- ri asset *kites; vf war iw ld s ahnof our commerce thai theA4s1ucrI i {uuest against ibis vaciHating policy, vibrating from one.exiremc -
of a mifjitary' ,Ka.*e rM tbii.iim,*ni ; and for wltichmu nerij, prior "f ins ir.a'c would drier our sbipf>ing from the to another, and which, tu avoid those burdens which.Ire
.t bip.xi; \'idcd+! to whatever fwtnt of .ii-|'+'. -.i***! 1at. .an, .lte IC- .elks. said .' (ireat Briuin in the undisturbed rnjoymrnt of a eve easily bur in peace, causes miHiuns of money and currents of
,1! tv.lu -tu n of th! a<'mVhat tin n, s.td He, will hr the esnt"1 uoputy. Sir, .hllKo. it is uRdu tttese circunistancrs that wr blood U* be squandered in vain in time of war. 'I his i is the fatal
5" '. {'oIdiot/anlurhr. ? :.;lfit'rs j,'1aiJimt4rrtuprtt. butte rrceipiixrd+ the Indeprnd'' of the Spanish :lmerkanprotlissru weakness against which every nation aught to guard. \\coal t" too
',.' .' duiii'k' \ satin*; of t x;,1.*,idau, c. I No, sir, biH Arh.in' a nn-aure in rserjr rrsprr just anti magnanimous apt to imagine that what now is will always continue, and to nc-
ti ii', ,.1: 't'pS w'hd jar" tu11: tA',. .f .1. ltd I t .' u!a'r di r rthre wtsuMb *qty runt ehara t rr zrd bjr a cold _lid calculating (trtiHencr.Atttf gleet, conseqaently, all preparation for the storm 'till its desolation
.', t'1 ,t .\ "' tt I '..H I.\',' tit ft. lutwh t.dl :ise9G.rned, a' the MItJ U tm. t. the moment grmlnMn have selected, with what bats commrnertr. Ibis is.the weakness of children. But even
c *' s%.', In' oi 's guts :ia ., no -'ik, in the n.COt diYrw1rtJ of all tl6.sistrw y it is not fur tneto drtrrt i.., for strufing( entirely th. y will not put their hands a second time in the fire, and 1 trust
tn; b .r pri.lt' ...,! ntit tart' e .it; rii-a,.t'. 'u this .. ., fttttt'fun'.j lW ;tlky of the army, considered as a preparation fur war. Fort we shall not act less wisely. I will venture to assert that no nation
Ii" .... 'UI t.i..f-y! h -' '.*ati II' d.c'u,,' vr 4aU911+ taiilald' %%aWJHj after show that the prrstM oraa ixalH>n of the army ever suffered as much as did the United States in the late war
,' l ch 1..1j li M the very rrnrr of a rtat1sshtnent; vie wed in rrftrr if we take into consideration the duration of
I t' p.7,' 1n" U' ,np *r .tc S r ; 1IfCI"it..tt peace the war, the grin ra- h
i j, V .,t'':;"' nest,,;. -U-nt witaojt j.cc-.it-jM 1 Itvtf nitl br Ibrre war, trio only object which aa Justify its mainunance. phical position of the country, and its latent capacities for +ucl. a
i to a'iuiei' 5o''c- f deltti in ''ie ,:' mlen,an*. cad+'alatistl.1i. rot we air told 'hat the militia air capable .r.drfirnding us, an JUNA conflict. And how unjust is that policy which throws the whole
,, ore .u.J t ",''c' a .x ;u '.r.n. : iI"ok the .'rlasitC f'Nt'UI"wn Jttt- this ruti-Hi Hiiht to be taught tv rely wholly upon that species weight of suffering upon that disastrous period which is least capable
t"i .!i the oiHiet& and men t" the tid-rd of brit peanir rt hlib.t of f fc. S.r, I do declare UJHHI my c..% fttcC' sad before God, of sustaining it! In war.we tax the (people though their commerce -
h' set ,4 act' 1 'H.I.4; ir w.n "sh'n"ai flt'ul tt ftM 1,1& r..j IhH there I* not in mjr "|"Lion. am.'tst; all the heresies incident is destroyed, anti the productions of their industry perish on
!. "i', he w tit find .h 4t his aniciulm.'rt w ;H i. Jac the relatiir tiunt- to {Ilk fNuag n.tioa, a tunic fatal delusion thin this. We may their h.h.ls.MI jet in peace we arc to make no preparation to
bn i of Xn.rJ inu- h lust r than u Was yt n \h.Jrif .'.peace! trace+ Usvriigin ptrtlj to an injudkioas and Iibdi thhiD ting appli- mitigate the shuck. '
r ;t.1' !, hIlU.llt.I! I' In i'ia\e: t Hshnirntihtrv w"'iesiaMpf f ml'rtt& _deb fir getirral maim a;ahst standing armies in time of peace, Bui preparation is not only necessary to enable us tq prosecutea
nvompan)" of itif"tare, and fifty-six M a .m'anjr: aniJwl'J'.lna1. awl uttljr to 0. classical . iti" au axcrajjf !of H'ittc tiU'tt to tHf r'.'slpat.)". \uw, if we divide ttftvce k Ibis r, tae nations of antiquity with whose history west" ing peace.e invite aggression by bing unprepared to repelit.
t"M a hole number of tin- p4ii $*'.,rr tta4.l-h* eirt* fcy ll.e? .MI" Attest familiar, and whose aehiesmenls rte moat admire, were I So truth is more fully established than this by our own ex
L.'r of impanirs t\rupu"'d to Iw t."a;ni-d! "e snJI iirtl that each: )ftteHs of suKlirr War was their trade; rapine and plumflrr the perience. What was the condition of this nation: before the late
co'upaiiyill contain ". la.t niat-t* HM-U ; .1 i-ft* |w rrrist. wore than 114utrces| of thrr publ.c and ate rr ctme. The whole mass br war with (*reat Britain f From about the fur 1806 or '7, no
tinnumber that constituted aroiupunt i ib 'lr. J iI sscua's pearr|I t fmfHHation ti*' trained by t''tk that wars, to the use of arms.lB J hlghotnindrd nation ever suffered so deeply and patiently. It
f'l'&!)1ishnlt'nt. If then wr fio! not t'4irq ;h.' c.',n..l,4 &HHi prittdl4 .* a'.n tae whole nation was a staitdihg army ; and such was f was unmixed and unmitigated sutTerinj;-the privations c..rf r,
farther than it has beta tarried in a'i- lorii* r .h"hfbtr"tkm,:ftrscruite .. ..'., of the an vf war that, nut only was rtcry ct i- without its consolations.hy was it inflicted and why did we
it .ull 'u found that this m J.ifir.'ht at *.me uf' .nit,; will ;,_j a i*U:, but almost carry solder wa capable of toramandM endure its Because, sir, we were not prepared to redress our
ri.Mi.lv4iiisli., . In fart, said Mr. .Ni'Duiiie, Lie gale a:a ItR u Hence prosision in the Roman laws that piohibitcd .l e wrongs. Our enemy knew thi!. He was as well apprized of our
aUnntd biuis''Jf, and prrliaft* *hr C;" .,' niiite, bjft 'J" bitisg the!ICwo.1I1 I'twtti c....n4.ng th armies of the republic two days toso situation: as we here ourselves. And how did he reason ? Why
...'ful .*,; ...tfale of mote thui (tuttiu liundrr ; uffiturri; CIt fir- ccM, rti, tear pruductue of tiu great ir co*\iti r f1lljlH) ,' that tWo-thirdsof this numVi! w t rt-otuii-rsvf the .; Use vrtfai *,\.. uf modern armies, sa.h a reifvlation wuuld we u they will bear it." And we, making a cold calculation of profit
n.mi .' and engiji erc q>s and thing .'.n1di..iu..rcl .ih-en. Numanxv'ta'i tir4 a.mitt ,MI itititMis. AM hem, alMilt the absence M. stand- and loss, said, wl his is not worth defending by war." Findingus
! jr vt:,. lead not ten ririvulcs in the iiuj, it 'oul t on *Must h4 idtaudwlit.: ( i..e public was kfu hOt 'u Uhtraiiirti militia, but toeivMtrrs ir&de, and we stab submitted, bevause a war would cost more thanwe
taut they tn be txtaijed. TIt w ,iuJ nu.bjijt of rotuaii,-,;.tries ira"n uut by vvnscnptivn or voluntarily ruswiH' to could gain by t.ntl thuj one aggression prepared the way .
/,'".I uifitprh i tlu artilivry and il ...U'%, UHI"I a belt akAM' the a.1!,.faStMite pursuit. Hut be habits the pursuits, the prop rah fur another, until we reached the lowest point of national' degrada
iidnient can ci|>rrite, is fvur l.un nut, sir, said he, 1 hate no-- dune u its ..' ('al,' iiii*.tai let the t,, reserse vf all "U'vllr uecu;*.iiiius arc essentially (,eac lul. for war. And what were we then told upon this floor That
t"ath'uuII; Cf'QmS.'w.\'ork.: and rnut' I u1... It t .,. a'tea.as .f IIv;I j !yea HMtiti u.l i> drdicairU u* inc pursuit of his own private in* though our commerce was swept from the ocean, and thousand
co u-niilec lo topk'i, of .infinitely '1'1'dL"r tncurs.t.tr. 'lbe +.. .tk" I tee MSiiTMl IH 1'... ..y, most clTev'ually contributes to the jjrHilf of our citizens were held MI. disgraceful bondage, we ought to
ran fl'\IUI l'cIIuh''t''e. ( "1 r. Lanuu',,! t 9 iuv \U it 'a..h' .1..., d .ai a jmrieata' vf M.tMnat weatin. tw.wer. *U ".ItM" *. This is cnu- submit patiently, and trust to the magnanimity of our enemy, because
tau idea of having any ."..,) knurledy t" I" vu"lrJ iittunv : .t-I raise IM ih< L :.ira Mates and tM? sery essence uf the we .were unprepared to defend 1 our rights and avenge_ our
of j a-air: ,,and exhorti us to place uu t tjiux- r.-lIA''C' on tie tmtlitia 1fit,,: tlwrnaf wbi( I* *n an MI Justly hoaslfwl, isibc Mtint) she the wrongs it we had commenced a formal preparation for war,
in t"u eivniof a war. Tiniest fatal an i drl.| .nr .. trisntst, h<*tai41:lattltty' with unlock the citizrM pursues Isis octU| thi". .Now, if wes 1 doubt not the enemy would have retracted. And if we should
yt' ash wire but too cxtcusiiel pter.t2:Jt sets manned 11* taut atr.oui *-,: arartrlgs the id'a of def'naiug the cuunu) bj a standing arm), web hereafter pursue this wretched policy of preparing for war, afterwe
tr'fut ttion. A gteat quot'ioti i! mw J.MVWU-.I to ...rId wr must ifter.u'iy dnsrniMtw the ton cnpti .n sf te- istenfsetrty hate received the injury which justifies it, we shall be the spurtof t
.'".uid 1J1JH'cid| it with a Cavity proportioned to nth m. Ttilu4c.t .!|I inc.n.iti m smh the state oboe society--a sjsum At every nation that can gain by destroying our commerce. For
\\ are called upon t and aeuied policy' of this KOICJ:' umcM in 4,mr .f gtrace* in1ftltrcii '|tout for the great puq os< s of national dcr ... 1 HMtcrsiatia toe redress and then will abstain till we have again disarmed our-
":c ty those )rc.t natioiial <*x.irr..*'* i"s w ncn must inevilk'jiy .'fmtlcinart fr.m 1 nrssee (Mr. Cannon) lo admit, distinctly khe i selves. That Great Britain did not pursue this course, I ascribeto
grow out of our relations with the otni power <,f the wwtld. coiisrqu nee wnitn I bate stated a* resulting from bas position her firm belief to the very I last, that we would not go to war 4It
The theory of our troteinmrnt is almost completely' adjusted; and *>rril to utatdtain the policy of the cshscnpuun sJ,t I. 1 tbinfea unprepared. But, unprepared as we were, we rushed fearlesslyinto
the emlarrasstt'tltlfcu4ties w"ich tatc hewn experienced in the Might ". hUL ... will dispel this delusion. One would suppose i the conflict. The nation resolved nobly to hazard every thing
practical operation uf oUi system, have ainiost; rutirely passed that no man would di ny the general proportion, tha whether, the i to redeem its character. And what confirms my views of British
away. But that n mains to '>c dctermitied which is not less important I country shall be defended by cons* fipts or regulars, they must be II. policy the edicts by which our commerce was annihilated, andwhich ''
wh.lhcr, by a liberal and enlightened. policy, we shall suUmtlie .! trained and placed under the command *>f skilful officers. 1 o deny were the prominent causes of the war, were soon repealed:
high rank 'ill the great society.. date seems to ha,' fotiu.'d us : or hy disregarding the dictates of, lesson *'I vJom, and the nnpt, isie admonmotu. of ou.r sewn experirnrr, k difficult of all arts. There is none so extensive in its elements k of Providence we succeeded bul, when I look back upon the
ink into feebleness nd contempt, puttin ; to 4tarnrd all that is dear .i innnite in its combinations inquiring so perfect a union of theory sufferings we endured, and the perils we escaped, 1 pray to God
to us, and all that is interesting; to the ftirnds ul' human freedomroughout k prac.ni e. These is scarcely any limn la the increase of physical that 1 may never see my country again involved in a, crisis so
the world There is not, said he, art -arth, a nation occupying power which an army may derive from training. There was, perhaps awful. j
so important and respectable a s'ritiuu as the United Deter an army on earth,not eat:. pling those of t-reuetic the Bat we are told of the dangers of a standing army In time of
States. The only esublislird republii in existence, she is charged Creator of Napoeun thai might hot hate been visibly Improved by peace. Sir, if a standing army is at all dangerous, it is not ia
with the maintenance of those i n at principles, which are destined, longer training and more experience; Then, how perfectly is ut'tb..t in war, that our fears should be excited. And the more
IS 1 firmly Wheve, to overthrow ever)' drspotiftin in the civilitrdworld. it for tis to i.magint".e can, with entrained tntliUa, led by inexperienced .'[I unprepared the nation is at the, beginning of the war, the less x
Sir they do nut know the people! of tins country,w ho supP'xe and utitUlfol officer, encounter with success thc disciplinrd (: military knowledge there is diffused through the country, the ,
them to be actuated hy a spirit of narrow parsimony, and troops of other nation This wouW feeden)ing the efhtaey''[: greater will be the danger. Wbrn a country is weakened by disasters -
that they will not ch4"rrru1lrlH"ar l ail the burdens t>ecc*ary to sustain of cxpericnre and practice in an art abuse whole power depends and humbled by disgrace i when all the ordinary means
the character of the nation, and vindicate her rights. It is a upon t"tan.'bU.tbch other nations LeC'p"p a certain state of I; of safety have failed, then U she driten by desperation to confide
Umlcr upon them to suppose that they will nut pay the price of military skill and Jlsciplinr, it would be madness in as to neglect the utmost power, anti offer the most unboundsd homage, to sonia
their liberty by making the sacrificernecctsary to defend it. You it. Thru what is the consequence According lo the views of. great military chieftain who hall rise up to redeem her from approaching .' r
could not offer a greater Insult to an Amtritan, than to ask him the gentleman from Tennessee, we roust train, in time of peace,our i ruin. Then, sir,enn gratitude is dangerous \\ hat .
w'lrther' when the rights and honor of this country were assailed entire pup1ll tlbll. This result earshot be at.ia<*l. And thus, i was the fact in the late war? The military engrossed all the ad- 3
he would count the cost of defending them. I beseech gvntl'men instead of a standing army fcf six thousand, we should substantially ' mint Q, the rewards, and the honors of society. No one was
to r0n.ii' '1' the character of the people they arc about lo disarm. maintain one of nearly as many n>iliiefs> heard of but the brave and heroic defenders of the country. But
Aop-upleoncarih are more hUjh-nnndedor; more prompt to re-1 Sir, such a sthcmrhcsidrs that it 0111" be harrassSng beyond bow are they now treated With cold neglect and cruel contempt, 1
lent an insult or an inju,.. They pourn in an eminent dcurre,: endurance either in peace or in war, is utterly tisionary and imJ as mere outcasts from society. Yes those to whom in the hour
t. at lofty' sense of national; hall our, without wl\ich no nation can bet J. jiraetkable. You cannot train nation or frnl t","r the educa->1 of danger we almost bent the knee of homage, scarcely receive
lher tvspectable' or happy. And it is for this peopK*, rising rapidly tint aDd habit of the Americans, to the rxactind slavish discipline -| naked justice at our bands. If this is wise, it is certainly not con l
to greatnrss, and having in their political ;institutions as well < of soldier* in time vf peace; and if you could, it wo.W be the( sistrnt. But it shows clearly that our army is not dangerous in
as m their! comnirncal relations never ending sources of jealousy mutt expensive and "rulrons ptrnatatibn for war II..' could bit devised. .peace. The only objection to.an army in peace is the expense of
and colUiion, with tSe' prat powers fIr the civilized uorld. that Disirpirding great piVIple of the Sin ion labour,I maintaining it, and 1 shall now proceed to chew that, wf.ether we
s'f arc c l1c-l upon to adt. it a poluj wrhK f1o.'n couM justify It would disturb all the trUtlotmcd fUttuhs cfsociety,lad render[i regard economy or the efficiency of a prate establishment. (be i
bat the ttl'o>pcct of an ctcmallhJ.ce. By a strange infatuaticn I peace but little preferable to war. So that ute are dihen back to I (Ctntludtd en fourth pl t.J

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1 tilt \;*>*! &- Aa INfl ".kit. soil dtbtk''srttr) bk otaasajt of sUt gOvermwrnLTh rnetr.cal oppostion to those unrurtn'III Jvt tJ
f.4.fck alpp1 rte if alai ,:lda..iL i 'eaiD Ir J.tK ctftt-6tt to the us. serf ; } *'
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.fl. bc.t" .lbsnre-fc*! f't 1M tt 1 cantlot of ,H0TW advocate the
,t tl am Si, dAr .$ eh H MJ,4 and st"a.. C'l't'.t. bat gttltnian to tlnai't.cr WI 6it14hndnnr. j>l rM*<" imuHtau houkl be the "detenttoteobjvct ,connect-on with the crates'AJab3ml p I.m,P*C
lnMaW .t'D tx nret 1I I." lair tint flat awiasppnesMq' sties..and "toastbe puwoetl ana ion cannot be acceptable to-the nJ*.0JI.
; "',.al. r. t coupe -.a. than aril however hi. "
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jc\iwry
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trwwaw. Frlrbde nsle a it be by.Trnirg.nnri
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5P'aetl' chid, soil tsrt'" ml It M wtU known ptopkoil interest* are notsTiL
11rj1.roCot/' ;. faiMI--ne but g+tu 1 1aIa elandk hate t.n AUMfti*are he state .f deep inutbtaent, ly "wkntined with those of the people" ;r-
ast r'ntlr
1 ,-- C'\CI .of tWir c wn,f***. ith.gs,.f it HI 1M telntriatiwt t aiad cawAtu fur waiiy jfwrs cowinw*.! the 1 will bate cord reasons for bdnlpn! in aft ire

t ,rr)J } !JJ find. .srlie.tlti're.KOrjn' hr.7benrtorn . "den 1'.t'r4.tIh.1IC"f1I flare ath'ad.11 walt Peenakldly ,ftnd*awl itJowrce rei,. .tc tu aff nl u* any apprehension on this...bject.frost East tS
.1'fIIIiw kt her cituenii I its, .* intimated by ..f &J"
I Jz'tJt.r.. : t.t.re .!\8. stty .t'fH1 inthertiendt'n.f Ie ftcwftt l, w tthmit )uijf 't pin &tiffi Tami ,
HATL'llDAY.. .. JULY20.ni c Wlb..-_..Mi f fe Ul' ken th Imtritaol pours cOAIMkd 'M.'I... ef prrvte burtltct Dy tie hose : mmt inevitably; f.il in being elected?

I I -- 11C'n-r.4 .t t1trIfIMa of kenos.1M r.wltt. limit the InrirkMs a' airtnth i\J..baau tit titneatnl from these embarrass. represent our tract, and make known *
1'UI'k jLa1t. Cte n".t .l\lIr is4ai.t tit b. nJ1 mosnn .n ahJas .t.t4si n the srnry itsnlat t. ..-.t an gnmtntfa m congress** ***'
IObtt4d riotwta catcu'"telmn
.,,', f MKS ldnHB? to cab 1, deploew ll! s..lI..IM t ett4. In> reasonably .
1\o ( *ur> i f.cr. paj >tarrt$tlfinNe. Although the : '
.. .itiaM .n..I .Shirt ktrvr prvf>m> fvr a< Imi% ofi into the union, wjTaa repmPntl\
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fat iJi h.iH.Mljto W.:ffc* 1."w.r.. tbs .r self _;
: a d. tl.M e i It''ft.. !Io l( wi arrf. To t ..,*-% kwr $ k It .t fehIb..M airy pcNlll I.W upon "{Hat tcrin with the orginal sUtc It the M perfectly lime be utf, yet he spp .and aaptr4t lrtr tot hit tmera s* to that l..14 t..rlhrr iM tit ttsoffortePI+ inII' n tattU reiH then,ifl nixkbt to form a conntethui same to excewnrelj I uWoMenfci!
lh UK tale fa:lute hi .'r1 tilabt >.t csar1, anti
tortured hilt
M.: J Mitt .II'1I'.. .", nub .''. wltll' h..r chinas are sojfrtatly by solicitude 'for the
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i h n ,.n 4" r Y wrr xxI* wadJui *-* -Iris: tot **' tttm between eon
i N d."+1 .J. 1'ttl nil wMt91' I..a ut 1', r,1 .,a a gatn as d 1M talrM. mvn4v 4 indtbtto the United States proposed I-torid.soil ". .
$ '-IK) Jt, i 1 anw/frwoaM-U-rrd cw 4tla. .L r
f Me t''ua rtl| .ii", t4. oblumfil' a tt ,pate in the ** armed with shvery' and chain,. &net
l 11..r..i.ll'. 1 ti a. It vs tHsoectwan tnd uil tbcliajjs *O*> elf the faHmt ftnrt r. .nrt*Mew tw nV |psopt d Met*** M a ..ailiiBfjewt e>f ebue t..< tn. nts with i agony of ret f ng and perturbaLon of mjjpfcyrd

. .. t'atlmto tlti! wtiid JitKUntd' an rjtlfrr A.'JAt..tI..Wtctft4- e r ikb4v 1.4-1..t syfc jc**-_ h jh ud oat entreat any .1nt.atW .(faAlAp as an0445t on the occasion, i i. eVrttiK Toil
w'IK iw rear ul,,.n. m(,iII t tn Iw MI?dtaA Jssde t 1.adaa.Fag .t Vi..mth the Itv. an svtatt tbdn. mete him from his distress, we recommend-jr

tt w: 'A ': .,|in'.; net fn n.-t'w l4. betty lAd .'tlir ,tad,. .'I.. tkat soil llr Mb t4 lM putout ls fend As svK tth3t M wr MGnry, an.1 a" a territory of ..Sorfn/ /:.im** to realize what he props

, or n<'lr; tn t'wnytnrittt; j' lute, on eke Ahg1liiJ ft a .iH d awn b.r al lanes-hi tier very 1M .. w Alt very twnte\l CWfuls and little orn es by di-W"l\l ng from his distempered n

, I. I t. n>h "'. UracW4t.f.td..I..nc .: r,1. al 11w' twsm t f 1Iq..h etats to for 4Sre. T. it is oily bj >cemi*> rrr,itMinthipta' bk that wt shock chimera nat.n: those sere idle winch conceits have, those gnrjoo,
... g.npetrMMTroluaiouibittsIhsic U- (tom tfie bwrthMH mehfttnt to selfgovlftal. been conjurt
exempt
cc \' 11 t' i pploils'nnat *f Js gr ftr H idl'i'st psan4ea for the occasion,and which .
'a. \\r unclcl'll'l.t" ti& J..tia r win <. ..q'tiilillt n t fists '.'a r.prsgtr4sserst ThMw pre dtwcfargint+ by tlwt'luU are only cakua! t4
part.4 t! le.1 I',,db 10 tti.risr l..u' Nt1 its The IWtltllL "( \1JIIiM..td-1k W. flora pro .w ikpen.knti' te'epee.. t.tH.:1'every iajn .ly of e.r-- to fr Ktrn old women and ehillren. If Flo*,

1a; H"1.C' it lie Ct1.-4otor ff'.1.t4 I .411.'lin 3V1. Kip a'. tt r .iwwlsi swi,tI fcerlra*> wa.fctl .tafll" we tt rely upon them with m rr da i s really a Mm.pAtf't:* as ".f Sat el

+ f Tin ,I'.. ;j' ,'iitHienl rf Jade llncxr;.r.<.. CMr C..ttpa.ltM.1e ., p tat ia .fIfli"> M ftJ4f... ""te..c.r pnga., nttaiayr awl raoAdeM-'C, so fir oat respect t/2m,:\Lbama A avaMris a Mat p.tRaliiti an the deli see cast emit oftht proportion shwiM fIto.
tart T; >cnI till rat |* I-. and ne p., atppusc sr cuuatry. l'ptth
and ahe-c .nH ft< aa eat. thy netl r retiree.!.and the Knalkr be
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,,6e f'1: ,.."'" tinru.. { was, lard ;., .v.at*-,thxt t.st nI. fa' s.f"U"t- I hr t atilt.aaos d tlletr t... Msh ofT hrp 14 tt..t Iral0Inrsoird nM A ratstl.r.I..Lkcl .nSRiby" wt stetss bv rn.eblnllo r>t>- the tar.tr terrtory. Hut wli.bt: We are ton!

theta aft ci. cuutJ Oat L s4 tawt t 4 tat.tali 1ct.lat..wpsg .. .tit ....ktt_p eai.e.atia.lurtsber. I aJU.... '... .1'.-.wi.thLaa.a, t.Ilk t rte ntiss pr tied to mark thitiincon-ustcnc irj D'I..gniY'nf
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pt.ataaersttprtel'i.r
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importance
. ', il to awvnra. I.( at HanwH aflllir fNWwMa t uI > atNadhy fee? inter .4. Tht' ncakM&it (nrrtly: atwa5netIte we Can confrfcafy
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ne rG'WW ; pa .
1' I. >l.i .r ,,1'. h :11A'-;.. tf i t'l. '.4. '} tarti4 .1ik' v +1' 1gr1 re salt . ." '. Ie r.r1t..k1at kttld **it.tr h. Nat tint I; .t CM aw ao .nail ,on, MM| n vt< ulwsl Awtr the author, that no one sate hiirwtlfs

,.aw.. ., ..I11d M"'fi c.:, t I. t . t Md: I Mirth the .. .Aar C4 ,t..nCrt.lsc4p .1 I..c in the 44 !vmlir Ma% rt bv the t... ",""'d oIptebMa..w, It Iht acts 'If n t Ilk| of, the terror and frightful opprtjg.nrli ."

tl G .it',aittt.1 ''em !t. .ia .o1.M'!"L t. Y.ar.ovit Nom..II . I !,tat beat t M U saat.r Ists) r. MttJbuIMM Mii \.1" ,...4.t rtael wJ.I, .,ty.artaplta \' h. undertake* to ik-tcnbc with suc|

a )1 ti J. .tits tar 1v ;\,,, .1' .1 '., , ,. ttt.sr I ..,.'',...-r i.hraM'laeabI5 It.".. it.bnro1 see toh*'r Sj an sen.nof ct '.' :nnas.etll tt r ue t of coloring; but that every indj''kal;
1 -.u..a titNttl in : iNl ., 1.* h. 1,
.f "tprtt', tttt 'h. ".1n't. \tl. tt.t. . CIt.61.'r see MCWM't. 'h.:,.k r i.tt. ib s.l,rutM nkeh ,t air the **.hrwI. r>ci ;}......,,, list r..habk t>f the trait rtflection wil;! accord it
trotsa a afi.rN.
:.4 1...':,I\t lk'bl 's. f 1. 0" "". I.. r'p4-.Q". b.'e a tn tt.a".air I I a.." ywpe ..." tatt t npio to -at" :N .r teens.ty, with fhe fcav J IV-wr.'., v. )ItMt rip"'i.sass that the) are without any reasoa fir

Tit tl.l..t tit 141 I: c ..tft..t f .f I I....la.t.t a 't'/IJd.. ,lit ttau5t t t.rid tit raaa.t is br.Ilg n KiM .that hftkt&tc to 'trb .t'- h* f ...tnt C.. :'"1- tinaarluton.I

1-?' ',<. hrn. t'St: 1 .A't'i9y \H n. H 1411,: 1:h tin Lrj;*!<*. at 114't.y* "i.- h.H.ew.tr.e.e; .eatr .mnH.. aid Ihr. lira.aistr5t. Itatobt pucc'ews sac *..1..,I p. .. PLOk1Ak

1., V ..4r.,rnu. c1,41e .... ti.sa .pma r.tht ."lord arts hA o.sees art ytna.1e is paint: f m.hh '.'K! ixi..- ,

>, >+ t j',.,. !/* tj' t'ttttint II fl"H h cAi.. al .' D lb.g.ttAII tt.. ..Ic-t.III teat ii.ds- tot bas art lire asst .C'IIJ ttsaaMy. bbnv, sash slutubl 1 1 s s rpertor M tames' a sniper IM Mm. Subu.-\Itbo.tgf. I think it! .
prrtnatiirtrtn enter ad
.. lipid I }'ants ,.it a ., \\ irtji IM4AltfT.t\'T. M MMSOfa post of the pffwbier nf .M.bjifv imo cti*;.onofthen
hetifadaalr re.hy
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ite .I'tr.atol' to.t" I tatlh.. .. ),..a.)1. ti1.I r.ItoaMrer.t. .) of disc plicv tbs pr err irte tkicIva >r rrnt rfe t*
h. I ; t'arn1 i,Ml.'j-IK x ill r". t<* w.INI' t fill tfw plic* of del,te.yct I cannot rcfnn
I1L"111i1Ir. .. tteh -- Sher ti.ofty ofbosh s+'eteons efca I stn. .muse
wile ttta.
ua.tl4tas .
t i i .tpsatanrnt .uk. 1 MLfc1 nsotwi.e .. frurti tkr.g sonic notice of two writers, tin
s ttsa
tits ce WatRlast.Naii w.1, .. .. tnna udft. 1I'ft-1.tIWJ d ate etzwp ..t.rt **
. bthif \\.,-t. hartw MIl IIM" im. .al..eaaaiagcy, 'Ir. shtirt ptnott.tim c. ".
UiiUU tare /+lgettt.. hr obtnrtl. Hut tW ftaMSM far tfc* w bit have come out on tin subject m Jour
awrre frnM;b aj tnnl rktnm. but tt salt_h. **
I I rlertwn *4 a tt bps e & m dw trrrtj t* pjl p r. Whether the Tropnetor" be anti
t t 11l.l1\. or salt IAl iii 4lDtI1..4I.lIO44 .aiattw.y b.a Mrs o cMfc ftct'U' tkt Mi day Itch., rttttftt to it in d &utce of all reusTothi that who claim n.Win..f acres under Spvti
COM IISSJO L1tS OrI1CJ tMft.
; W"1..ok rick tlc is,."... J ; c sm Mij tifiltr I thfatan. 11.edeaa otenpeity. > 1'anl"ttor hue a simple perm.svlon.ofettle
bruit *yi l;,s.d tAlly. me lrrb.tI c ,tah.1y bcrr..kr < JIG, 1Sh,1b22. te.stldot. she y.. f tfce raarlnlatrsobo rumlt .Ah.han can have no eubstan- tll ptibt.c Linds i* a matter of nj uuportaasc.a

.. itirtttt bcdicttcetu p4trmtn. h"-ct O''t'tlu..; ft/r1IIIIIt tole, he amk- 1M saf tapes othe pats.prk.a e try dx. list efejretioN. Althea{ the pmduciient of it .* not tile quantity stairs *a'c>i DC cu.m

t ft :..-'t'ldf't", perio.ldtanlnts( wl kimaar.s aIt\t'I'Wt1 "y'altil truants JtlftC'ttdbJ I. en Mttt MI'a. awl tube tGnducttd MI'tnII may br flotr to market through the 1 think worth enquiring into butte lean.

<<* *poiMt.wi,tan tfrr trjf of*sorer suite t yet,agreeably to the1'OWtitstinn meets he dpf'tucj The Propretor aftcf

uk.ti.1Irt t..ubt in tl..1tt """N.t.I..i.." court of i-'cJ1fI'taus.lit. It r.J 'lit piJaclaseefthehsppatst oussn of thr United States, Mm tax or some mtrtxlactory renurki, on .the as'tpy

wi >:1i r11QtL ...Imd.lltdy r. tits .1'ri' ' .\ arrftlplrtd by t. 'f'It"t"o list ttos pretbnsn.Jveigtaaated.hh thtty ,1..11t en arteries exported from I events( U&t year," and the necessity of co'utory
_wi Mlitc.i lend to *rttcu M d .1flC' ailatr art of Ciatigrssi dfd an act fun the lpUW.. of tjkMc "I .. ay statr," oral "no Ute Owll. titout therauest I measures, very consiatetitly induct

t:. j. -:.I ie Uirv a wf Swcic4) t Ikt rdtea..yet. dtU1.in thhs ,and thha to land key are Called to bursa their patrtMwj,and .(r"f7t s by ay .inip-Mtt or disks I m nuatons calculated to irrUtc and pea

.,", \ 1 ".UCItNi; "t.., a logher rtitttissti \HUi1ti t\jf\} '_iei nf It.rW.a. .tr *r issue tW bite aumrjuces that tktir ascetic ON aapaatsor.xsrt', unp' whatnuy be ab- voke. lUcuntuppy crests alluded to,art De

I. '.1 II Ah "IC M.ml .1 s1 I .sera 1t b. n1f'lftU'tt to fild JTnr Ac cvromii .11I be gw ned by the 1I h'.wc anal.adaMralc.astutII5. Mlettlt victersaty fee .s"'bIti ate .nep ettoeitool. : doubt the tr-.An- cto"S ill re laton to CoL 0 Eva

t. n'" i 1rrKdu.4ilt.t; fU' q'.Irl.t.Ct..Jl.. stir. air pelhton '.1i.s in .r't.ftJ ) ttttaraaeapseityb ."* It its antmhsl with h fot the 'UIa4 ra I subject wiiich 1 hat truth hg to do witkbecttctmti

:" i t II bitliil4 '"J i.(*>i to tic: c.'.', r <.w1t % r'MtIat the'Ud can trpttirat uA ideip dos svttiont oases lists k"t to the ftavtg&tiwi i>f tl trepean of a tit leg:ite,which u in no way coo.ntttritStith .

'. : ,1 ,11.11'. ."'. 1 In ......m 4" '!.' ,1..."ie- l..tI tUi N, .ttilNMMtarit, if to be itatte4, wf the t4 Jr. and tJwrtty frwsM'fniii -trn. where the cry through whvehsu the interests or business tht

fjo ias.t trtteaaaNc amt ?1 tn! o-j.-c'! ut alt rt ic l rth.lin t 4
..I.H) It :. 4-..-ftW1I.n.II1f.. 4 1 tie .'hr r tfcrf,mid. tie i mHrr or .. .ru k) wfMli wt iwMJJ WcticwJ rmairM vanant in their tents, a* laM iaoepesrJ ha* curacy dtcxfcd in favorcf tae:.A K .1
.,t:1H21..b1..u. in vtwtCMKS>j( the ehelwr 1rsMIIIt. .'f H each (.end... Jackson. According to the Fropr

(:n'MJ: .\'l'mN'nH: i'lt list.I.r I' t. Tetfwttrsslh.niautsmayalso The atUMMiMMl .f MM unahMMr .. is T..e ra >thtrewnsf({nttori winch eight tar, the can Litate whom he recotnui.iMi (U>

: 4,1'f 't'n-.tt'ct :iTI a j"n' ". lriw4 cote in tIIf'i.t nlllke .t' IaPttttta., them ew** tt) rcumlbv M so kteatd so. :o hsntv gnat we>||ht 'in the Version .f this. the inappreciable adtanto c of havuig i eJ

Tiai,:.itb; UK cbftUI; a..4 t .;.. At Kklur 1M-IS .pall ttlkt ditf Rtf. (& ". -..ptM.I. aphis ass. tt "y Oat w e want pet*l strength arr.fl; u* a stranger to the transactons .d

oCK' ''UK U' ,.ptatnrkd.oo i.Mh".
tai(. ':' iiif, MIItKii.UU1. ,.tx ct.cdttaeM Mr ti shut,si. sand i orct. ntr+.M rxiStingaf the kIT It.of I feruU ta tt.of m m r. \'atU she VtwMMn tw4Mm wa. fortirwtely aiu-mrabli fir, nor any pkdge torederj

l l.v p1et.pgi rut 1+e.nt, hrtr.gh f the rtatetntlseerii "'tn thtif the Ct.Lti We hit read wWh,* atttwtnao, the a rtatett,tS*.h>. of WMMT of the mast pro with .u-tylr-:.. he cua.sfjr4ird wu&i

a co ,ni,ttc< for the ptpssat-U4f IMtlatuwlttof 1 fK'C'tb"I'' tab tr1tstiaa.of a .etertiar the "pstV\ MMwat ttlllftMtft tf the toot was directed clear conscience, ,linpartull ,to rtprci nt the

1r 1 1I lut.>"n.i;, Jail .woead D I4spt. b.'-I 3. Saul dalMDil will Uo stair in ".1 .Falk 1Jr4 />,." ffMHi tbn tabJett. gai* t tkegrvwtffts wealth and tn port nce of >nti reats of las mt+ftfd country." ISbriert

un4i < apt, rwAerdeiitrfWf out .ppr"; tkcfrtH> Ctrl>tlotsetke hature and be rc* that alirmkfg I).t,tins inittieMv be a rtCommendaLon to CoL Uorncttouarcstoovl

r 'tc ealta.\ioo. 11.c cottpat1t. tkt n sat d-A'It :elttr4 .r the erlfciirr nrxciiary teaM taut t*H e e-Uictrt of i>rdU. -the owe,w bat IBM been strayed aja>nn thr state* inwh neuter, or taken part wash Uea.JacOos

to.ni vc Jk" ltwirieeae pairs. fi.r..CfC.c pp+ott t..rirdetJ*w l to liriHt them we an M to t<* ferensMr the wtlfarc uf our h't ry r, tolerated. llndtrtK ht they rn those transactions I conceit tube a mttcf

:. a'.4. i(.tit.Jot. 'I;'t'n..b.w; .. widl ;* tl.e lliotkkis brtlac au CJf oh.tftS' owwArj Ike other, wh hR we ctrrt tsehiwrrat KM! a-t their prrpotrfrnnce in our councils of n**importance, fur the reasons I hat: aft k

j l''i't. JJt.'Iul.'hbWta Arurt. 1' our want anal nuke kmwH wtrMl by the fttiw erected between eatterrtandwr ,dv siettevl. Hut what the writer ncod>3f

.. It*,fstlusifg wsat.wcre tlrak. I I .. In all cave, wile bunlirn of proof go.fIft Cwagna*** To the first pMt. tn iftt rrlts they hate drawn another line I the rvnurk that he hit no ..nt twtlttt to

I b dmlwi.r. d "p6"It.. chinants and **.! \ Oirf fy+ftmif rt!p* i K by avl I bf partition, by whtch they etpcct to gain an snelrcrGarismare thus IUD conjecture ua-
.th) .' CiU.b-
I.
,4) era
tl'm 1'I..t. 'f(1.out UK., J77'611true wt.tI.t : i, they n
t, 11.1.'mwrj tsl'tl'adtl1i 3. $: lira r sa l lao fell Mi our Yaattd f. in 'embrartid by the act cf roagirs*, .nd .r .M .wrsaaas+t 4f w" r.: firvltrgs those ItnMtnjp pots.eisni in ('_" Is tt the offence of Ur. Rruiuugatiuthe

"(-pc me-4'cf gh.hall pt aIl stoat to thai they nttltW to ilk .t"f.ions. He ifrtf /Jbio.rrs, alt doe raot rooneewt fret diapaawtt t. MPClcCt) MS ami oar, on some ...t the pniate Stcretrry of Oen.rJJ ck-

r.t1a41 1irt"*n.' .ht. I I, 5. Such a m>' UM lx- made bUt a* 504 .-ft'IIot.1IC .jfttt tt frith liIWic atteow.t I uccsvi**!, Krrrd in acrfiw*< raise itkiemt* son, anal thence a*the coat wodU infer its

r 4 : r.-t..4It<*'' and kegatftlret'intrdMatt7dj tsj i H" L1"'Mtfo *1.i. ttcmM IK coM tdftrd talid u-,HIT the aiM tan pQ N bh be.stet.. "sO n gsad wiatsnd grant w aespeitr a sire.Ktb atways adgslste toirsasir struntcntul in cornp..n.t1g the re terton ofUlt t

'I iu I tc:wicm ref tin t.-t. il hu*,e. 'i Sptaukh kfu'rtttnttJd. or liy the law ofijalkm isrptntrsarnta, ne etkti4 sitter aft." ftItC' efoetrrighss. TL I.m paper by rd.rikil.oa> thc wnter wijt'i
G. Joltii). AUMM mud J .tfrei d by rabtaiaierK an kw \* tan Jackson better thou itosippraptkblv tua

the la,'JUiJ nct'.aat*c4 <. |"4Mi.. ilk .tt\'Soo the art "dcotJKr* soood the ..t% rrdittjj a4 the user ssty of 4,4441 ag a Mistral psataere.r .19. M Its, 9rmHr, and srwfatr .ably and of briny Greeted, in hu Course bj and

t ,'i.tiu. ,oi tln-ir artiest rvMitd i'...t'ak"l.tcxl Eat and Writ Fkirida tu the U. suer TaraN t. their aaorph+bestM, sotae' Wwltol atetfckro to the ttuwte fef Urpre tnarewwfWi.ihr > man. Anti w hat doe this f fc-ur)kfinlft '*>p*
w P'.l 't 11at.U 111't tNta.itisci 14 nat.oee.j .
1 1i 1 n ,\udn'w'JIIIHtS <.rJTKJn ia.lilW Ittftad htai+ri. CCJIIIIItr1 aet.asesisa aaRh oral .. latmII etor moan when he ii. in wte that Dr. Bra
i tis ,,Hod, maters, InIft'tC'" for G. Where diOrnlt questions arise tlkttf It lie tint for 1M t... at to hscbIiab1r \ 1M"IIIaA1 objettsrfgteas IN rsitn.klo .ankh "ha* pkdgrs to "deem rib putt

alri.utactlmrnt cA his tV4ntas'c 1'ft\t'ft' And in U,c tritlrlt'ettt d }tii]>ottant principlr +r aesd aas.Tysoil M oasts jaark israd, aap.ptopnrttdi ettMaty<.r htchavrami much I rrf'Mtlt': What pledges! Atttr trrturnf mt

i itt. I. *, the rommtt ner war intitt rplanaiiun \. bat wbJ-4 ., cinOnilji 'ft'M i itres oby reia Miaiatt pa.r fries .ttatia.nn.' brain I can dnemer; no such pledges tJ!*t is
:.Hie roiigre** cl tW Lifted MitCiresit % from claimants or thru neat *|rn ami J intlf'p4'ftlt."t the' nature of thing can 1M geft by him. lie
<" u.skip kit.f'tact dtdat.a.
11u1. feu pruf.'j 1'tirlerttoart. : (i 1 ft1Kitt. &lid x.ct1Cg t, iJt"fllStht' they may apprar iK-forr vf t** fir*.qwntimi rf fw id ky. .1 1.0ejoIa at***. Thr NtrtirrratMiM M the ItHlph.and the they! rtUte to the appotwtinents to office *
Taal; ..111.In1. I the boat d. 4groa4, .c arc tnae4niWtwl by co+re4rn. cwwwfia 4tbe |.y of ten'
114111'11,."tfntftttl-HIf'ttK-.,. 71"11 claim rrc jjn''rd tit tltr nasals fJf a* el?**!!* H f fa'e cfcarseUr, tothsteat /l litMHMpa**"Alabama riverS arr pmj ct.%not .* the anne x.ttou to Alabauu. The I"11pnetor

a.' brio' .ff..lltJilf.lhcf 'c lratIi .i 1us art of rotigrr** mut If Sffd brforr the in the RoOst WMfufin! noose from I dy of lain but of *j/importance.. Not.withitamfmfr **imnucal to the annetation. b dot
11 /r a -% oil a*MI *f pead.eo s. m by nenrr settlre
', t i gist d..r c.f Maf, ..cithriK aMfwillltt' exp \nr. he will use his ".t exertions to
lit.II.t" i.
) ';in. c \ttm if itu-ida ofrrryI Set p4n | drrnini and-hr3d to be void aIM! aid prdKry Cft |fTe** at present, from an otrntnined granters and settlers the same equitable! vd*
; they \uttg lie UtiStctl iiiil ..wy .J of nu ..lff'"t.A .j'Misr I14 'oR. t... ct..tt'1IaIie.1';dens of economy, are not ibis aid to proseCwte beta provision a*hate been extewW! to L01a'i'i.na

gut 1f. .1111,. I Ii ttucrojtf, .h.getbet tt se beta the kd with becoming energy, althoughthttrormp&tifMi anti Alii lama: The wrtcr would *
Ilit tltfrtiCc of our tuuMry-wathsot which art OaJ tl e bam.ttL proportion,a* by an cnrniy, m CAM of mtn well to inform minutely or Wit.
JOS. M. WIIITn -err'. u* more
ttL'I'- Uxxtps awl i/rtffitutK, },V -.Id al.y. I would enable tbem trI
.
they h* r brrn witKheU by the author. He j lion, command the commerce of The
.. .., i .... w,anti this.b..rions comhrffcis
j c clfittikc'd to Ult foul Use ranc&it ultr'Ib..ta. The Secretary will attend between of
the whole *
hate lRnl vallty of the
actin Ui burly upon pnwtive SMrr MiWtswppn the Prop
it discovered
i* easily whence
the hours uf 10 and 1 o'clock at his
ulphhof aateiRAt$44eoltdwrrttl taaalsaeptsilbetsill 1.\"th.r.e points it n understood that we are neither belcip
the
i nut crtMMrnin (; 1eiico- tor amis his shaft. The writer
)4. cites., ittcodafargailautslten1torit4I..h *'[I office adjoining thr wflice of the com proem wf tetaigeaipl! to dt s seass rote its each more vulnerable than at any others on to the class of native Amincans, or aa crt

+ 4 4 I"fll\ewle .1..1 tu rrptcas the 4aieter mtssionrrs, erry dr for the purpose truth and Hbfitc TW* owWoiow n to M liar out scaheard t anal we hate heard it suggested, Spaniards and the sentiment whtch be c.I .

1. I 1i of ifce-hin the prtitions and etldcnccs cmly irgntitd, a. it ..Ll hate afl rdd tua that upon this theatre are, in future, to be !I to both. Dr."
1., 'llbe A mcr: I'mr. In of claimants.hridfan. presses are equally foreign
i. sew or title writing the .
opportunrf; of being much more fall and fought the great Uttlc which are to d i muiffh hat neither antiptthies towards the$pa

\'o1U19'IIt TOASTS.'jfj . Mtrtaetcry ia the r' the dcstiay of cur coraovon country. A. Ckt.1 I i.h population,nor improper part to1*
1 For 'hr / We are ah
/ /*/' !iris,' I '' The people of iha Ttrrlory nil ahonly be tioa d 11 cut 1'Jr.r.1A to tW state of Alabama nxtubcr of the union in the Senate,and an cf which their interest can JWU bly Our f<4Ux t. in theo+rib=Tlicrr tract called in the etxirmc tithe tnblo &oent P*
*
upon par ftOOt a,arty of CtMnitkrationv sb cb,to onr f rcprtsthUUon the lower house of vajjcinj?the interest of the one he benr
gtt c I'f UWII i. nQj'Pt'fI..bUo au ording rogatiteof .to.yby,holD ve aft tit :non winds, 11ft Me sal 1 tsegent""COflC.fk1' . Contra**, it I*conceived, that we should hiveD other & h).bcrt policy austconsirfmtxeW
flJl 1 the IWI\a.t.OIt, and 10 the :
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"' .., of t..e j aiaisrapIIi.IISVl security I be rrpre cti rd ra tl r neat Conjrret*tithe u.lat .\ the ttM 4 1a were sal impadul d.tb ratxm > re lafucnec ta atiOtuUtinp Ute national himself to the utmost to b. *ert iccalle to:*
e "'.n 1'lnltkftI I. At a pmad *a crvetttful" m the eicrciseofaprinlr we are perfectly soinfievl ttMt it ttouLI council to attcntf to thoae momentous eonaalc* and deserve their coufidenee.

'I ue t,iuti fktciuicn of our:.country oho ) ronorcl and im
f Jl Mi race late a lit. 1 I tin pttnince i pctmJ. a plain tuao boe io I I rr p* lit UtltHuttfh. I tutors are irwpt11t1J11 conm we ohu a crttwn to conf duo much greater weight m procuring the moet actt\C
a
union and > conpcteat I appro- of(. narnet he is promised
t 1 he t/J liar.
mon} wiping.rr.tt.1'I.tr iiJi l1otida-111 bitatiU iu d *.tc Kjfi.:I tin
laud, lit ti i:at .ioii rip.rc to a h,gh rank in the atrbtigly Uin Ins mtrrmU to addrewiyow aftd ot'|pfc able, we are in a BMwh spiots internal improvement. om this be 1 CoL lUrnet war never aaeatlon
A'IItI't a 4JidCrcy. on the.tcct tltlse spproathing. .more cCgible Ktvabon s* a territory than weabovild Whether Ct Brstt is an allocate fur an aa a httliJateuntil within few daj p"t'sod
r (.1. atmnu lAl.lbc 1'Lc Irl&hl 4Jl c.kk-s sad eanb ma.aente he with the state of AJ w"*
.F dWvrponUd >- annexation of 1 fccda to I\ a wins, we are not that he U a candidate is yet uftknown
dCl"tvI'Wr tJad1y I"e-e the senlite Yo Inch Lice atuaded Mir tttun sett tr,tbc, nej bama. The ripc dltaR iaeumd for the prepared to dctenmnr. It K*clearly to be Infcrred }'lurMLa: its aLto teuyus of the cxtet\S1fe sos

I (,'cpl.o+ dIe L..utn'sraturu(the WlJ' left of the gcntru gxwenw.nt, their apathy support of our gwemnwm nabnovt echmvrly -I that h*ta, from the tenor of the produe* quaintance of Col. Carnet among the wtingutofied &

.u-\4."ltatc-11u:pnncpi.1 poke in I, and indifwrrence on Ute imbjcct of the W t m contained by the toted SUt. and the people ton signed ".I Srnft r"puat.thi.. mcq uf the United 5atca.1 wt r

the whi't ci tIc utuun..tlr : trmu of the pro U thmiU be a salctno war of llqnda MCtfunry subjected to a wuall cwoncction i; pronounced to be one of our he oat .in Congixs some yean ago frot1l; rppto ciJCIo

",+raa.11se I ntfcg to ti.baa m UK MlreUM caamdiiidualto trig of UvaUon. flit oaJy bwthews unpaid BMl coaspkttou* ..at.and a territorial gor- ,but how fyw of the menJicrsof tl>t.3..

nl4fHCA of Terry, Dccalur and Laii .'.!: earcute tint b gfi trot, .r ilea aid free our|1 opal ti. will be oath aa are aLaolatcly neee. anus,t d no screed ** an Intolerable grievance I now in CongWM? lint it cannot be deft
I
r'-lIce, run I uMid From rrjtnLcr-f.rtirt .plcs ant oo aary to rT rt Mid purposes and mot be Bghl ,soil the Col. warmly recommended a* tlwt the advantage of personal .cquaptl
.
T.JJ J (rChon-'I1&e' ,, arrows cif Cahifiinv J *,tetm'j oidrattr-ttte trash efscodentor nrcrMtytnl sad c* ly pray L A, aa udrgnl pert of AUba. befog well qualilirsllm"rrpresentcur Ironic with dHtinguwhcd mftnb"r.\of Congmtiob'si

l the rtUXMt ol ItM jUI .lCo faOl fd 0 bTwjmnty look fciil>totlt fuUft and tbr bctwr it W. we ah uil he espowd to the pajnxnl off Sad make known our jr'tct-uMt**I hI Cont;reW mill bcinh tttd in cwr hebslf pIIIIC'i ,
JoIIf b'uu1 the Aegu ut lpia and virtues prom;... l II" ar4t onlt an tttueoi. of the U".I irate. hhe..M 'M.Batoctt entertain the kAti.MJlts Uri ISronaughin a ranch auptr.1 Jt&' c

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s'' ;t,1 t_f ,', ,, m I..ntcrtan **" '. t. t HI,: .i.' vt be mistaken.Sui riter tD the i direction the other of to the contu t t a road ':s delegate to Congress for this Win. 2SI. Ueaft & Co.

(, 162\1'"n f'Mi p. pj f,: ' ,." > e tile MS. D." in a raanntr hat Cipiblof AlA- ttfri.j'I
i bama. That 'art oft ory.He start Jtsr RrcttTin, A scrrx.T or
i ilhin has understood from
.
... i rumor
f' , ',,r it nrei *> so ."* '" been challenged tu indicate the poii- the of GOODS r
M unrrtlU ,rt,,"'"tJOIM *******. l>f- C-- AS tu the unticx.iion it it state .Alabama wifcld pass I bi is friends hare for a short time past. ,
; conicni* iO.NHlSTlM.
ip, : I Ir",11 throng a rich and in part of the following are.d
+
groniit 'onittry, tarn circulating to votts illbis
r., .... 1 j jpUud I lo jyu a little beyond the ideas and tributary to this dty. Without faror. He knew paper nothing get of this J !*.-uh they offer for Mle-naiuelj.
I
r a"-ncatn het.ye cf riorida and that it is ; Arenas, Fork .
to
,.tit-fiNt tt 't" prole the accomplishment of ibC"1C if 'till last night and this'Ii the first: *
por- i .
.U1 <">tie{ JfJUnd't' the asses ntage "r both ftecUunsofcoan* Ian. Beet
'.r l.1ta.mt't rnnc. tint objects, Prnsacola ttut main, daY he has decided to become 1 Vine
a candij j Mackertll,
fci.nbl tticttlkd to the dtsu+rat try, but more p particularly \V. 1. as under her fortt.tr ,I
1 1.rotrnmrnt.r- 4.a t'. He now announces Us intention Cordials Pickled
Tango
f ,,i J1ord2. Ho" t laird' trkeia 1.to. that they hould be ufadcr alit gvternnirnt llow shall we accomplish shyest ? Ifwe to accomplish tsar .ishrs of his friends Rotes Claret JI v
.. He Yin* spats of f.l. and that the subject ikouid be c-Sau-
l Lare
t. commence
l 1.1 oar canal, the state line by alt fair and honorable meats, I.e.tordiD II Coffee Chocolate
swldirr. Mrtwratc n'udl'n-d inteltgtble it is Cider mitablc for Bot- ,
ao
"tnlutmlatl propoved or.\la1a.1..a
?
.' meets. +ithn our t! irdyl \ to the most approtttl practiced tlTar.
r. let rt the fact consider it in fotd e, and TCM
,, uftltt Fe'Cbttivn, is atnrtc- tir the distance
t.t ref through which it must an custom of ctfciionrerin* and requests Porte k Ale Bitters Sperm And Tallow
; bt'MI 1N the racunrtaicet1q Srcfitiiealtyi and /Vlrl "I i I
Irt; I'unmrrcialiy 4ttiJrd
i .mb' rce; i ire commence a road. at their aid to his exertions lie Caudle

Jj t..1 ,t.' n-ig-1.t.; .a1tho"I-c.+ .llIl)'U1dt tatty.If the distance of -W miles, tflus formidable \mows of but one event that may make )1,_. (pity. Capers Spantah !.

Kng a .00000g'tf .nlt 1.t01'C Seit-r.t '. \'c examine tbe |K sttion of the old bartirr main fttt ti!' itelf; aJtd him rtlinptmh the CGn.". If an I ).|ime juice, Few kegs Itlperi-

r- Fn n."xh't term*under ewg.pi> stLlcste may ju4ge of the gwemingprim if or Tobacco.
JlJI lr we attempt to impiote tl-* h.ti"a. abler and brttrr man should broughtWwartlto Pilot
anil
Bread
: W .it I 'in their Uiattf rsta n-l-iion\t Ship &c. &c.
tu
,.t.,I.* fr rtfit,1'C can t.kIc-pk dun of the Coftrruii nrrr, the work ,Clare t's.Ua I,nT,At' fIIIIJ Fj
r I
.I...'i do for du anty ,1IlK 4 uMM-M, for rxtrht of Sea Coast. Only four f of improvement will hardltdu rollllttf'tK'r nrrrr* -and inform all his ALSO

'(',. {hetiw .INssM bi'eitl MttMtho .f the hialc itac tticir giralest AHcadtR fur .Iuiiil.l pYrprt s.tlitl.thtwr '.ri. calla may think ihemstltes f'rit'hds"l 4 1 Care do. superior White Black Hearer Hat do.*.

: ., 1tix! M:ii a t_ rhah4 w n. oil the octan ; and the tvctkfc in tb Crt I Uwn. i an t..r gorn'r...irt.t tl II.w ledged to support him-that hr can I :8U&.da.American PUxis and stapes,

I.."f.l\ .ji!,t.tifr. U not 'rant}?,wl Cur o- states i> \vty inaatti while ttoe state* neb i-rporate a r*.m.p.If tarry j kHtrrs them always frrr,tu support the. (.enucmciis toots SL --t..l..u Shots

,i"'' th( AnrjCAn, Itu tit. i* 'to aTr gfucrall arc douu.c and me tat,. tttt imtrotc oirnls wttHuii I r fa,ir r... i-: best camlidhtr. Thr doctrine of pit tig- Crockery taws t lam Wmrr,Shoe Blacking ,

:'. ;1 to 11 lit **. tli'' e \ptiwwi of tHe leer, in catgut, in uepth or cxttnt 'rvnt'tb t* ty of the state of .\lahdina \\ ill **tr in tl tu support certain |>rfsot>'. parlaHy I'en.ou.cob.Jute 2V,1t B4tSuhscviber

(':1.I .'1' m 11."+1.. ranllit/a *lwchiuc i ocean i'he ratty policy Its pR\ultd;: I 'r\\\
4 con- -t la aw* .f llsrir imp mtrmrto ... b hfi.tr a nelttkal, campaiinmi. s
!. HMfor; i. Ba rite cmt -.1 r as or early in the r? U'st. before TILL practice Law inVest

I . ... rf< MI 4. u!< rJ iur.-' Utim : gr.t ". ccrurtct of the i i'.rflot; a r there is a capital and ..f. .*urprjMMis r .U tt r cMti4atrs arc brought forward V Florida, and in the superior
: u> i..'t t. 4 4 ji hit wit of riot-lit" crrui'trr. T. i.u. diwclo:.iKrweopiniwti ) -
u' efc .
rthaw her l oft
r'I 10 i prtrlurc a is a ,.'.4. and ought at this outset, to Courts held at Mobile and Dtakelr.TIITON '

t ,,, ; "'Ihnt ww the retailor furnish 'p|,lir, in Mobile' Whet* br t".Jf-d. B. HARRISON.Fensacoh .
. if; :litHH.l t d.t "I itAA ttlrl. ."tdttcr. nicuccof land Slid uatrt &w'u Ala ftvorus "
h these OJJecre atcotnplsIa I. the rr- S ohl hr tae rlccfnithr l will entfca- July 2( 1822.-tfVuhUc

a. "1'.1, o,1'JIf.'i.: 11wlJr..tc.r.1 the ceniifrUon leurrn cam suit w u- is certain pro*,** nty. Tn s true tw do his duty faithfully and hon- ., ilr

al"1t .t IM C'tir, u4iefwM alf tlw Kit r' 1fIHCC .nJ aJ9'CU1\Urc'. In tit" Nt\- can c aI l)' beffr, < .'. ny the annrXal tat rally to the people of Ftertda Sale.BY .

1 r' It of d i. t' :Is/ill an; Lh.' .. 1 alllt.I'., .) or :MU 01 Ute "uUtft1 rlattaij )1iIStptt or fl( rittg itw t-u se uoh* of ccHitttrUfHlrr \\-. c:. b.VUKTIIINGTOX.. vrtwe of an execnton to me directed

/ ., ; '., ..I Aic .,, "" (' s l i asset ",iitlMi, set: ktebow near axe "rm iitj. \\ "+rte **- from the I Honorable the County Court of

i-.,j 1 I. tea 4 -<.tW 4t WA.by Jinn. Piers'. laeambut will espote to sale to the highest

.' ... HI .hY it".e LIWf H t. itpolj .1 tMtiuled out twr iLlc'1 -.ac hrttaisecautsuf tent!. tr. ..-.*.. Tr r.'r.at, UtccftK* Itatv I : .on Hornby 9th mit. at lU o'clock in w '

,j. ulL; C".,'. t .r..t ltc, ..,.j.'. I f r tr r": ,'" .t t..nt 1i1rlt M ttr latlr tty 1aftIIItj 1i ct.Yatrr. tr..r. ..wttrtlla. /1 ,etatRctfl: qs. r.....a ''11\)1 u..tpbr the Slaw n irmny, m the rooms above Pe cay & 9aaV : .

. *. r- uf I II! I'erix 4.h.tt.1 'a1n 1 1C t..u MCI flVttt Oil tie .,W WIllI (0 frost tf, hayal Tatf. 11,11. lt,w. ; .. More' Mli\h jr>nj lledsteads* Watraa
the yet lit I c-.t ar'raiirrrs rsk TM.t.. AU sr+ ots,i hamiahor] .ny 1 kblet,bide beard, .
t, t.,i':mr t. t H" 'fllk 1..1 4. t. ..... rt .. C M li..lt CJr c1Itd ..1\1.- 1ttCr4"e' Il'll. ( .\rn.oetr.lc.tf'f n. iawkmjc Glass, C&aturt, \
-- Late
time,
.' tlarrt ", ( .*4,tb.. + hotfK'1' thtle r. . ee. &c.-togditr with kitchen furniture takm -
t s ..clc' In ota iu"Kn. it remains ewnstdr r .tatty} be* 'tit.'*.h tUl f, thorghunst eM ,
,, >;u tt.liI :1t't'. Hi *d!I : 4.1 us the property of iixabtth. Plum, to.- .
I' "r' p-ii. rtht t i .u .w'aatitcuir dintr I .?* 4.<-*Iv. JU.Kaliiy.: lfred; *'a- .\. p.1 al It. rtl J
1. t..1 tit. 1!s; : t.II"' .$.1 ''H'" ., , . r. aril *nu pear John kejser his debt and .-
1 t 1 .tr to a w uus .ifl iN r bo ,a ., "II'IR+ twa HIlaHSoftMClo --- - 'fd1l1a ot >ale cash.

L ,n .. t' .. ". :' a. rtt t t..t I. I I.1. "' it.. IIC. S,a l w. i t "--- twtnt ) 1.aarebOraiotau lit ., 1M C. bRADFORD s. E. c. t :.'
.
\
I"
: .t. ? I :it M'a i .- u... !M tAt .' ,,.. of .,, ;. .' .
c. 'J I ;' \ t \' .t a r" t.j.a t ....ill *lll.tllk".... ..., a.i.1, : July 2u.-2w
.. ,. I. Jv t. .* .. Hi* ".'C1 '. ti -" t*)
'i11. VtCaM .. that
I' i ** .t .tk..t1t.i. td r rte i* aground *i t ir ..Ky
.
f :, 1 1." (<, 1, Id Ul; "wt.> if . '. .. LOST "LISTTEtt.VI.K1IKU .
a4w + of .
a .ir U talu_ W a"A..tt t .at tier *l-U I la tt** tvwkt Bur

t .1 ', ', h. t. rat :4r .. .1. l qtr! d;" 'i -.fIU. +a u.i. if* rrI....S} an atcc" tn lit |iOi.atKHi t aUtlnsscd to Mrs. Uetsef
t... ._! .It'1,. .. 'j'j'4'\.' tJ.. II 5n.,ths ('fuss rturis! >.'taroli-
J .* v -t 1's"dud .1'. i.i4I :Ibtc' rte! J./". and I.M' a4vtlnN vl *** M|' a I .ti .R*| twttlrd at tlu*office utlHctnber
t,1.n>ftt 1 w.1. It tall It ..4S*. ,." tjt,':at tu .,. lutw*P ia.tU -Ui a1+***.1. nti. "r tars*. : h *at elimination is ... Wen rttumttl for better direction last

,,' ,'u,:; ,.... of N .',I'"' t.' 1 ,';tt' in: !!*%' 4rllh ** ".... M*.1 rrtl ttil Ib our .. .. thadblYtir c- f ,tears there is no Mich part office in X. C., as The it

." .:., t.et.rtYnt. i. ( bribe: <-. tats. 1 1ru** t. a *"*.* .'"lM \\.l trot L*"t Flwrwa runt i4rtN in K tier tai an enclosure which may be of value

.\ fLL: 'ItUI."U:1'O (iou "I t<.ULt aar4tiltrk"t.ti) .' ..;ra .Cate Iii t/rr'nou/t: : sloe lta6ilt. I .. -it drfc thatl reou n in this office fur three nonthafnr
erjr to.n* authonscd take it
\1""oJ1.\I.--j '1. stab a ll..., 1I.WI lt..tt. 1. .. It .44i. .sal .iNS Iutl .f p .*rt Uttt I'OllT OF I'SNSACOIaA.rvirn tail afltr r h cli .t ptrwm s ill be sent to the to general

iii J I tit .th ,A"K''iL'U t+eaa .t..t is w. u. ltatt'r" I. .. 11 nl MMda, if _ _ f/'O"ltrfi.te.s a dud letter.

."t"--italic did the S. UfCtlisUIU -j tit HuuUu i ie cuttttt'i <** tatl, t+s pry 'C" ..! ,cbArlYCr. .lIttoe f in aUK ',o. .NICHOLAS.. P. ti.1'rnultofaJuiy cA

5 list.,: WlUUlW put IB u! ti.n: to at.rii.i tote j-tn.vatnr. f stalc |*n 'I u. .1 arrant clcc4t in in r uly 2..e1M. .traattrlr Nth l'J.arlibea,. Ij, I tt.i.
t t. u A 1 (&'+ It Vii%' iiri h' . 1'li lrrrrlplr tr.otdr. ... wrr.ht, ..
1.9rtr11U 1t rst j lrre+a srattt'J M a ;;rsclaut.alo oe IM e a Sc -Jd ehrCtlon, a. Co t
I Ft '10' .;'ii-,>. :in r"1'tl.,' It1vrM'h'I .J JI .; Its.,,l : .Uto.q dI Uw ad Last I ortda may hccoH a state. It :. ,ehr. f antkti. U cr. Ernie Nw York: Jt'e t\'Vt\\ Tor at11e .

I ., Ht1. 1,1. .. i% %..u"kj ;I'e:' Ut it jsh .....,' .tt4lMrrttl iv lra id ifa, thr gotrfMtnrnt tf the II 1.J. ?bra;.ttUa llcftftcU,Utawi Vltw frnm ks Itwa ttvm n.rW. New. \ rr.n I-AKKKI up

"" itirul I.K-jiUiUMltik Ot 11rut K (. .{. ,. lal' Ml.c"Uit ** FLAASKED OIL.n.
u !mr.t ni* *, A1Cucr i ? "tit ast'rt Its s tell Us t .arid, 0tItiaM.J. .

: "I. ; to contutc cab_t ,.\' had ). .I ufrt'.attutts, ur tatty 'th shy the' ..&. uo more seer us as a irt- .. fftn. Ufclowr. front New fJr" IIASELL 1tC "T.

1., u l t.lrt, unuh in II.CM 1I'iu.. allrits. ul'Iiparr JMIPU1.w. w ittW} Char. as a ..... It is said -hatAibtta 6. -cW. C fcrahMs, KMmlgt. do. July !& Jt

;?, ,'tw .j 111IS'1 hate ...4 : t.'rr.)) 'ft'. ttlSuus.' rirr c'gYUtl.1 ctrl ttwt.. L. 's *debt, tf so, it .s in tonarfgartKr 6. stt'w then r'areldh. I..tA, tlit
6. PKNSACIILA.wWrber
.rtu.ICflta, ulia n urtr .'alt.I 1 of CW. Clay! .tlrr11 u t+dtrks.tr Jt'IIII, .
) luruit .Ctd" taw .I of
he
tuptrtag r 6. .
gosrtn- siwp 11ft. J. 1sit0'L 1'11& will
,.i : commence the pncitee
attd kuUi .
: : .s.C't uttdpir Itr1 "hot pY/K'btrrll IhlS 'M iiHm. I and whrrr arc thtrtsonrcrs of Ilr..tig h. 1Mt..tef Latr..ttwk). J tf 1UM n this place as soon as them

: 1.11.+ ut .he b. l.jntgratit.. tttc I II 14'1 ctlcrn t1tnc' J'rft'lWM 4- rJ..M'. l.r fYppYrt a ftuU'rnltM', : If grebe,.. ". ..... .. t fjot are in peraton. In the mcso time hrfetttatUnti

.. I.VU c.'qtH''C, huNrlcr, ,('tttn..1 n.'hc of this, ,tusks the A. from this <*WM- bier is t'1.ltalh.ltMil','*I .". .. f.. Invihto, imHag> e. from S. to all chums to lands before the-
K.' ji' tile 1. t.. has bov *. i/. art re- tftCrir itk qi.I. (irfe wsv tCHAatMtiiorttrs that near be confided to him.
4 "eft 1,41t't'llucat; r whrti I hyri.a shall itt bt come stair I J I
ehr.
.. ,.ivll Hah, tJlal 4I l Cant tf. ; atI. fhMMM+. Tjtor, frefu s LMWt CCO, Bu rlE.
lie hi .r
ntR"1I J< t. v rtv ,f shr will be i>iwktnNt. Alabataaas (wcl I|I >llIt. July U.-..3tN
i' "'. 10 lil 11u it u lau mi,'rcnr t.+ i I.runa/k, that, lit flit h*'tvtr of 1ft'*r* ttttm fWtiiisUibg stair m the 480. .. *elIt. y. 1.artf of tit Lain. 11taa.

: '. t.ulll tits ..U I"''-I', tau ate t+u.' ,1 rid A, maI(. .., altrr Ue 'I ."lih'I't l ctfttM&nni& thr short iimr she ha* Craw:lr..d. JUIi II. (CIIAPLIK
c" ..." in "red ,tit I seAr. (t .
writing t onlE u that '' w/ .1 u. tIM tt M'ir a ."al.ll.IL.JIfa. bleu awwuiicd into the l1. hrBI AMVftin |trf 1550 Waft.lr. Cunr8fllIJr
1* sJ* i tuCkvIf .lltar"1 at Law
.UI ttniUI\t"rlau..tl1''h' p IMfCpMl :Usk a ,
ih/' tICI4U'fI of trade for
flun ut
u'r 1. .g. I'hthouJh1" 1,lira''. n 'I'klur ol 141 .wt Is, the pr rest Jrar, +) test "i.. fmtiMks.MMT( do COM IN 11> to |>rscticc in the Courts of
.I lilt (14111" : ."btklatI1H!"alt h rltlr/r3Uw a J rrtillwtlr ; a' aJIt" Id. 9*rr.1'.twir.tlJI.tirlr. ne and will hereafter practice in aQ

5 II, L-1 ''n, 'n''lc'I.nr ..d a- II /"...A,,/ >urch CJ Jlt.hfi"gn-j Jl/vssrsM-s II' the Males' Itltntf I.Mf .\, tkc Ittraao.a KM arty, r .clMi Iran ttw Cttl-MU: of tuth Alabama In the 9u-

:' :, ,, volt all must tlank: Uu to '''tu b) 1II.eb.rmf nt !n of any state in tt* L,."". U tat cow."iparivn .-i;; tl4latrra. ,,slate MM kjiw it-at'(wr.. prim e t curt cf that J>t.te and in the District
';.11'. the givatLrt "II., tnys *,. i<'I '1 ink rtioiuim-iiuatien I CLLtHLO, Court of the U.S.
prevailed a*as "
p t, ao for aid
lUiiiAti "(c.'h.,i !' ** rn, MCap Jour .1t.' Mhf, \irttMr, ,., fur Itek3tr2 arts. Pensacola 13th July 182?.
peter ng]MUays of t weld hear, as to intetnalVrrsour -
,
UHIMthe skapratr+
i orderul things' \\ tlh i LNl,6atllres, slob
I : tN4ru,;ti.tc. ilN IHhdatofMay, 176' s, vilh the stale J AlaUaiua ? J.r1 I. lit". at..lntsbl. fa..tty do J.Il.CHAPLlaV,

: ,f 11'UHU"t' .th'IIIJttin' puus{ Tu>,( and w lilt n fjed ibe ,tiitdknr of U". Is there air thing ie.rrr t*.al..h b, 4kt. J1fV. aA'a"\.=crlobte. &DOGADO Jeesta.Ciudad y Pro- : -
> tue UiiiiK i tin
Ujill Lawyer
!i 1";jwrula, i ownu tE1rfi at the tboutn ofIu that n is me policy U those u u i inh..il !'. I'crdMiWk+ l teit, N. Orleans.S. 1 vlncia Occidental, continua
n; ?'ipt+ lae opd.tionsbf the 'IK'J' 'll'ilt1.t' -!|, t tw *e it to en
::10-0,1: ,..it-i In:'h&,t, will t 1-11 MtWBKfcr. iMtcbt). LA,CU. Orleans.la. cor
tu u the of. las
41 inifioitant \I.a.ha. 1 hosed en tie la
y
> .' i 1.in'< u:, on t.a i.M aire of ''I I MT. Sisiwrc. o.
1 1. >, t 1. will no remain: hi. I .1hp.14t l.tculanl.a ChattaarsNrall who draw their s.fp *it Goth are 1 rrasui 11. acdrtl.c10tn'. lt.r.rar. parte del *ur del Est do tie Alabama,

i u.t m 1t"J-j'I ttutin saw rain to the (( ) 1"toeseve i \of the L. Sr. may nrsitate to an- If. s l*. AfiattMk Mait bast CatdfibeB,stir como iRualircnte en las de la super,.
',j v un rvp-iiniig tf!
to : }wuuJat Ira, .. i1 rat 'H4a abvutoi SMtrinlnranituiaiitei but we know 1"llllwrelplaa. rant. faf cotton p.,m. Air U. oridad ue los L. L'.
) A iiu jialioiit, where lu ts % !!5. :>,wla *4 and ,..
hall of llj .II \u x t.
El
cats in I
IJ c C4M1"U"}, now the hnw readily me >Irn ...b'n. Mrch.ttic abaxo firm edo, en vista de babes
> >e Itf I
prr-i'minentiyj wrist!. he Ie"a"1 hu.cfA rue Orl af1'
state of AlaU.m* : .- if we rttrtr wan nl .\ uliM t well :.. ... revisado arias conCesiones hechas
"- ,,,c of i ''UI ida must dee: k tNn; + answer in thr I IIt..t" JIwiuI.eo
as tout h in u.at directiont fnrtn las autoridades
again ttretatticas
alTirtHatitr. \\ hrrr suall por
< we
e.: tht-y \\ III prefer1 tne i ik cnj.y y por
,t. t XH.itfo,..U 'physKi.n* 6\, years ttorrss "caeierii fra5st,** .stale nrit liters and ho longer rrtwam Mi* mii liiit / tcsacb pnke antl boon!tdilas del .obiemo de S. U. Oatolica en .
legislator 1
he boy it is not dti h y lie .\.***.t I entry t** ir .te cruue. 'esta
suiprising. Already o ( debiendo
provincia
. t.: ,', I i.j>', tutn iicroofr6.;' 'I' Hlhe sarsa14 of a ten i.ul, ; and -hen y en breve
tae 11r11t II, Mt|| IKKM, ItWMUM, U Mat rom
tie tfmt.dr tirn.ino
inconteniencc this dar
Ji- ; to-l: j', tu tflc.ontft'\ the exjnMnLc lr ..th n of slit onmew'n>ent of iMMb*. r..rrb w afalar.a, ltrwttawt w. principio los Comisionai
-
ftThe ;
.' ol jfo'crujttg tibc1 faTMU% ; it u alirra . _. kc dos de tterras ai exawen confirroa-
I .1. man, who is stale i orn ii rnt is y horars W \ hwre J *i I* tutu .. ". y
t, .t,' 'uccof rnj":%1 nt; btc .-it u felt-asd rv -rytiiat Id.y ttsrst c' 1'i his would br to I k ri4a, what it 'Jwf' lii| M.Milrr, U .t..I wiiatrtiMtc- Orkalwslfimi >:' cion de tasconeesionc* hechas en esta 1

t "ti '.rontributc.'d'u"uurtt.untryr in I lair, wilt niuttr and t>Mir fatty+li s- ...uI4' ; aquellcs -
prlsunr u'- close to those Mtw ate 411 d, t" _t.. iiturntahcefrom &1.tol l.rg. .1( ( rjue tengan
*> < hats nidf an unraprcird his or r que rrpresentarsobreel
.
jnnd" nce lo conclude tlUtd !I i.p tantirac or and a.r .Ur1cam from
t'. .,.; -bttlieu, will,you take f'est f ) of IbrpttMrtM *}.t-. hrr anrrstor. Ur, now hatt'ttlme a.i.ww.et,art Ia iuJs-w1.:3 z s..,. efecto, los que serau atendidos con

I , the plpie.it. irht.t : : I nt trrotid btaatb of tin* sutij ect..t pr* '|irrity from local causes hut set 111' ". I la mayor rxactitud y puntecalidad.

*' .v.. ., uf tins Cbuntr b &n tune x- MI XJ ti j*-llt*e wl toe trill rn
r "'rNvluttUltahlt'111N mut erase iu .t Cin ItitlC state AU'j-ma.-riotid} ) mused fro m lure, I ask if this thru I..dd.. 4\\ lioUurstximurt 1tttt i\-

b 'U. arid stir" I"il.n Iud, who, a1t"+, would hot lie -h.atr"or 1'Iaritlat I .bait eta,. bttrikd.Ptwp Lwr huMtgtMt
It';
.f' 'Ill plAced- .uk riLitc I itaa 5j\t'n us tills fc.ir|.ii4;p''rtO" libD, but lei ui be iaanrard: to the State off|.f and rrtioi a*..,. .1IOiI.Iv r.u+rtala. Lindsay
i
n1 ATE
alrohtj Merchant
Ol.I luu ukcfroni tile' "thalhA'.t' will yjo "" ie intrrcst di- Alabama, and we shall be, in time, the tat aw tta 1 s. I a of Mecklenburg(

11. '!"tutatlwrrr '' jiiin wutxt. rrc.ttr nit is trio ntranin; if not his Sea port and of that state. A I* 17. U4uJ iaa.'rs' liolit+r. .h II1Nt1 A county, N. C. left his family they

t ;%''J ) pdruJt and Cxperi .Hords. 1 apptute "f'thi.. .. a genre though Mn..tid.head is not clinical r, 'Wt_. /oosat h \. 01.WI 1 latter part of February last, and is
sta'tamatl
tt tt1 II.rhCtti tier my dol .
al supposed to have
axiom : tM' general tiuihs gone Co some of the
t.I.'I. ""un"l't.tc.d tit u.: teiwttpa e or proi in his comparator expression, yet bema .. U bur 1Ilrarrt, t.{ rwgt. W Is t" south-western
t. I:.1 fur tuul', ih lu"a, it Ui .od land > kiiiKi hole attar .in ten do not ap +t be excused, as I hate sometimes IIa mMIpr..a oou.4 twJc isee4i.s.-at. 8Mr states. Lindsay is a-
i 1 ."ikft'4uw| pit' to th practical .".Id. All admit < hrardladirs make of thr MUay. bonl 29 yrari of age red complexion,
ttizrnt. UHnk .usr cxprrs4 -
''a' ..ill decide Lng, and '.at our |Hisi4vn is camraercial, and sioftail of their "HwrijdaV *p>ke scAr. Cltffewa. liyghca. .l and sandy colored hair has had one of his
rifhu pawns. trow llbtlMHifKDMkvOVUKa toMt Mr terta,,.,..'legs broken near the
1 . it is nut coiite dd that this couture vfi j ancle and writes '
mind h.
'I"
tutu the
>at.s.i"d must +e in
it. Ittl."t.ant" did not **<. ".nd"'Ula'canDuuihJn"at. JV IM>. an excellent hand. The last
uat that Cut lJiI..tltU"us in f- It W.' I j neigbborhoott petticoat regions or 'Cw r.haabelt, tit stye.l W a.-tWil from him left him accounts
in
,
t. ''I) lilrlcul1ur'r must look then Charleston S.
'J r Uiejnnexati j the unfortunate would New 'h.J.. 1
=, brlie\cttfut' raprrtsion, certainly
n.
f
t f'yt a < uuntry which *,.1 rn4 her Jut .. C. on the 30th of Mach he left thereon
J'ikopp .wj to pro near bate appeared. I preferto } ewawtu Mitr. C uk U Uur, I
tbatmr-uurc, unk r | ducts line for aaba let MwttarY1M .' I that day, in a new and
i -n e of sentiment I to eathangc fcreignattich I consider this country as the head of .tai rt..- .CIt Wl s gig, has not
'uj'i) !tat happened i j .. This 4euntrb"'ama, llae .5Mlana Ct\l netatu aryl caw since been heard from He has forfeit-
IllIort period. Whclhrr U i J Alabama at I prefer myo-n espies.r UW ..
he if leaie "ut.If ; rd all claims to confidence
( ue sieve that i
t his
:'I-vd tw j country stun in of view that among
Hut wra.ttrror I ; r cry point to us- I _
: nut -- -
-
-
hope i the trade of I friends has made default
t. .''it- huh it is reasonable to and "Florida." ; a in the

,I "J on?-tc which will ko far forget the prin i suppose may be brought here by inter- When by tbe question of annexation I'tniucoluit Ul\dUS cho\. meat of his debts of several thousand pay- .

I' government i. |fn i iraprotements) with the exception .%.' n,8lcd.4. to was before the Senate of the United
adopt a course contrary j of that of (tit iuuMj Srtrtwrt a..a tort ralttUn\ large sum of with him.
kuw I part Georgia which is watered money He
1 States, there for the .. may
tcbtiincntt of a majority of Ute were annexation .acLIitIK. ac/ww tbunw w .,ka .CI,
!itanu of Florida. Ours il 'y the Chataboochie and Flint 19 and against it IS. I am proud t 0 s4t ct eantes a& V o't+utt ui the abut* probably change his name to that of 41
a re- Wilson
!J.' Kheit and firrhafit tome of the Co I or Carson.
htate part remark, that in the t"t'1TtI''re
MHiiient minoiUy,
| and
UHr
*, ; not soft of Two 1'erltJaeolvy JulJU. It The above reward wilt be
Mississippi. given
"nt k places are of to
the best
some
foreign, a delegated men in the nation ." .' .
t- gotni the sea ports for W. F. and Alabama of - any person who will give me information

'fillul Right concern or,wroojf the wmhetofa, ;on Jl nutlet-* Pensarola for the former and 'Mobib'; the most; men experienced InCrtibte ttimf'integrity*. and .\\\" -\lC\lUL.\S: of his place of residence, so that '

| ''t of the people l JIow maF for the tatter. Pcntacola exist i in ItcBrct on this subject fellow-citi ATTORNEY At LA\V I get him in four months and half
should name but Mobile U from the above sum if found in six month
'bi. a : exclusive
port Commerce zen for and practice, -
principle l extenUt-d d *, a moment 'flUill see COSfISr.s
I place cf from I i It is confidently hoped that all friends
4 '+'ratt quritiunt of national deposit, necessity. an advance by the annexation, toyourselrrt :a i'tnsacola.

tall form no part of the present poti- Trade has centered or stopped and posterity, which shall I I July are_ I.a' .: to honesty and humanity, will use
there the some exertions to discover the
tys.ryt' ; intercourse the resi-
variousoprations obI
erase -a hen the "a.ush.1I
cease
ItlCILUll dente of
K.
CALL said
in commercial transactions Lindsay and communi-J
Qne uf ( to wash shore and durable
the At
writers in the your as "
Floridian, their cate the same to
ttirr are progressing How shall we art me, or any other
the nature bent If.
'lt.ruort'd" 'naiarror HondAH; Las Intercept this, and cause the produce .! RICIIAHD J. EASTER knowledge they may have of him.
to shew the ine Satisfied Emign ,
'the coulempKtrdnnexation M-dien 'y oft ? country watered by them boble July ttb. 1812. ATTORNIES AT .\\\., ., ANDREW-LINDSAY. .

hto the of \\ firm, Tt.mbigbe and .Alabama pats t',I t TTAY1XU aoeiat l thennehe ill pructlcet Guif/ord County\.
t' state ofb'u.nta.. Heft nu Mi ilr I'uisacola 1 tetwW thttr May 2J, IS22.
+tfd ) to I Tbe answer profcsartxttl MTricn to the 3wl'7
this ruhi,,- in a l_o.fold ,'irw.rrr4l1ly ,> and tne whole secret lie io this -connrct To the Voter of the Terrilorj of p.a6dr TWr r iQ pnetjc in the reHvnl anal N. B. The Editors of the Georgian,

: :.1 and fiMttirdiiU, and alt'io' the bayrvf Pensacola and Mobile ,.. lOf1dR.S j:TemtrnU Cot' ta*5f West '. and in the StllIlIlIA-the Press, CVAac a, and
'n *r- leer .r fefl.- lion ) other graud objects Jtgtttet 4/A mat 1127. |Mob.hr aad Ubiety. The fueicrr will be loCated ( -

t 'j ,'. or nifthod in tho't.idtas ., should ,on ribiid the attention of the The undrrsltrord ,, at Pemtohy sett the knit at MtfbJean radian, /Yn.aro/ .t of' , retoeclftilly
,I' LIS 11a\oil f.r conn, : t'ten.cf: Morida' : The one, to utiproratne I himself Trry *! they w3I ?ire their wn ted anent on ta alt ,NOIGnlill please to insert the

to paper,,: yet from lh.,, oatij atloa of tho Ccuuub presents hefure the puhliea a.i. .1 10 Co\ft-. I I above in their several papers fof
I I candidate at tLc approachiag election,I rc ,* July CO.-tft times.

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Committed to Jail KLNAAVAY
organization oufcht; to be prterved In this view of the tabject the 'Fa'1sa"L"E ,
ROM
J present the
the 3tti msant, a negro man subscriber
qtt'irionis; what organization will, at a fchen exprsr, ge us the greatest: AT TUr. O- F on t
of PE.SJCOL.IlOOK STORE, tamed Jl,:%I-: OK JOE, supposedto instant a servant : lid
It be admitted that the nUt'S1 no noose!
1 .+) for war ; must by every one kno"
raps. the skill of the commander And it is MH.N or TIIR l 1)e about X years old, MI ho says he generally by the name JIAIt
.dem ivan principally: depends upon to \\ an. Crape, living on Pas- YOU. He is abOut 30 .
: belong
is in comparison inujJi
time
much ygtt
equally: clear that, to form officer, required FOMO 4 inches old.'
feet
and who formerly lived at high, and
with what will be sufficient to train common soldiers. We hate been told cagolji Lay, : black tom
OFlVf.tr
AN ASSORTMENT Savannah Georgia, and was brought to ion. the time he .
,
obtained
establishment ao escaped b
former
of the
the ffiutl
that in the late peace
wart *
of
a pair bluet
0
l.\\\{ Pensacola by his Son John Crape. pantaloons |
rlitbb
distinction.Gentlemen are mistaken, in point of fact Have they forgotten\ the names .1..." .,.1..." are rte ftII'W'If: The owner is requested to come forard I hat stripes covered, a woollen roundabout JJ111

of Scott who was amuhg the firfct to carry the terror cat our arm into the Atsrtsraat+t+ *, 1 J tob. prove his property, pay charges with linen. I win *

frontiers, of the enemy ) Of (*aine% "hornc shall long remember :.s the Nitkokrri.l'aryrt'spc. +, 1'Iot.I" and ukehim away, or he will be dealt r reasonable the expenses if dcIIYel't'hl: ,
& at _
1t iI.i ter spring.
hero of Tort llrie? and of thirty other who signalized their UH during every habwr.t" Ut.y of Ilap'. '...... with as tbe law directs.

period of the war ? But even if the fact were as ijcnUrrorn: suppose, I would J........."..L- J. N. URUWNt Jailor. Petmeola June ..* B\RO: ,
not admit their infcrrnde.! No historical runts cvuld convince me that, asa C ......a Urn .'..++irlt? Pensacolj: nth June 1922..i1'lrhula 29-.t(

rulctoftiteN be created without much study ...long experience. lapse"4rt '.Ik.I Mtr. SF1t.1\Lra'14
general we have materials r'* ui.h: to t ..ke ..fik ers, I.p+ ...'.l.tttrt Packet.JTRAVELLIIttS "P\\'VDtii
as gentlemen say
To he ,
sure
(:hWroielab l.t1lttr 'I'IIF
operation of
if thjsxould be done by tie mere imposition of hands, or the ii.i iiiurr of a "....' wi 1hi. "..... ,L perfectly mild thetepoud tTtu,
red coat. I know we have had many inch Hirers; ; but wr hate found from 1 a1IsmhI !Wt'ft.... Path,' Rtetipt hook:. are inform with so al tQ tk
red coat dor< not always ijite assurance that there is an officer I bu?rah ......... '- ,role.it stoup rig safety, by persons in en' x!
1} expedience and a soldier that a under |h. ticntlemen; rralh lal"If wr bad only to urripon ......... .\'P"; ...........: pltda.s. commenced tiun, and of tarry age. -They 1 1rt SIt'to.
armies armed but trained "ou up of oldup
only men from the
and not town
the earth J..tk"; -fc'' weskit funning bile,and its n
defend us. The hero of, New Orleans lu* been held tip as a plop to a falling ...,...... .,.......... Florida to Prnsacob.: She will leave -to prevent and morbid
I JH argument. IlutJackson: man extraordinary jfmiuatid nothing can be )........ an tvitkil KttmmMy.m .. the town of Florida after early: breakfast II restore free amend the Isdtp

and unphilowphical, than to draw grtarrail conclusions, from a J..tit i.yitS/Ir e Mondays., Wednesdays and Fridays produce a perspiration,
more unwise for grunted then that skilful and experienced: Asewtws1 f....,; fIirlsa ... by prevent colds which air
Taking it and the city of Ptnsaeola on oft"adG
military prodigy. It tsar trial. ,tal
make them it sr consequences dose
officer ye indUpcniablcj' ; and that it is the work of year* to ; ......... rnlr..wtri'a' )k4I Of', Tuesdays,Thursdays and S. tuidays,at remove a cold, if; taken Dner r;ls-
will ''fotto'Ihat the cxUint of your rapacity fur war defcds upon the number ('new VbntMW(.(Last, 10 o'clock. i\. M. on its &1'11.f

of com Jclent officers. Ilrnce the impottance of maintaining in (etc s_ ( NdNtlltatM? Passage SI I. freight 50 cts. per barrel. I peu"ncc-thc remove 1 1tivcness habits,5
uMihment can l 1ft' promptly .. sickness at the
wbirh" the military 1"Jke."Jo 1.JJ1 Itesttnae'Tar stomach
isy hoe.seat
the skrlcton system Porthole having&:; bns or -
double number without appointing a single new officer (Ml'.1 oas,,: .s Iii s (awlst severe hearl.ache-also n R
its .
increased; to present there U a flat kept that will at all.
s .tt aobrttwsllsTradr. for
> ,
of the It will onlybe cure thcscuney scorbuticbfctejj(
,or changing in any5 respect the organization army. ,.......'* \fICIrtIIIl.J, time them to liccIerstUIe from : and all in :
recruit; side of each rcguUr wltli..r.ad by nrr1 impurities tiae hi ood
anew by thy aria I
A
to place .sh
necessary )$ rs styli ? the Florida: and those travriling
,,5V this simple operation the work is ..on pld.-d. And it is admitted that in hiMI....s .L..esty ollatkawl.la. . front i likewise informett to their happy drt.ct.* t whethernn; ,!?.
i soldiers thus thrown in,"aU be adequately tr.inrd. Thus ..'.'eftt............. tn.etha1'rtkr'sliesr'sl .. Georgia: are ding from constitutional: ; ailment,
1 1 three months raw that :Mr.ard has: established a M
establishment gites a capacity)' for war, equal to what we %r-cetd<< ttewMtyrlkstk rising from indiscreet: intempecuk:
the head ot Coal Black
our present
is certainthan Yanstjw os.' .u ih'wrir a, forty across or They are an infallible
Nothing
derive from 12,000' men Upon a war establishment. slain J....._.......fill... Poch, Water Bay to the Tonti of Flnrufa.As male mediclDe ror
is the ttioftt economical it Mars .* a giv. Complaints generally: ..Dd
that the present organization M'....-' bolt.ItI !such the communication front ata,
than hdf the It would c. sat, if thereginsenta ally for removing those
military rpatation lor little mot sum .A sit 1atneL 1 hay. nf objtnctito
en Geure Pensatola
use state tu
and companies were kept full, a* projM'*cd by the grt'tUttt.it frvtnXewiYork. t IIfhIR's Lie,*+y.hit an. which are the suurce of thcrir aihtuq
While on the 'Mibjw' t of rcoftutny I still advert to a .i.H-lr fo i, twlullwh's ... .. fattl. n at all times "as] and practicaMr.nn it certain periods. And "bfnc'ff tU
iattrl'.Iri..t ,. this t..d .Inrh will fie one hun-
to hew the effect( of fat economy. I l.elieve it canbcaitrwHtiat fif% mil. lie............ ...........,work% shell sours shutter awl a much ?>t'r.tftltltt' is predisposition to rtcwe dist..
watrfully expend'd tin last war* far the want .f .11. han .... from a too copious use! ofartJeatra
lions,of dollars were IS tip. r rwIItc ivtltlf. that the rod nnvr generally trav-
organization as we now. ha\c. If this sutra were OHttertrd lean a hrttna- ltari.tt.1 aUrtoJsasaasr1.ssrm. ritiNor from :a vitiated state of the b Ic.
: the interest of it wuuM maintain, forever, & much larj-rr poses restablishment ,.........,.. ttacitifllatta wwL. tiW. there .podcrs willas-iurcdlreoBntdx
nent fund ,.... !.,....." .. 2t "" ., TilE OWXI.HS.Town it 'I
than the present 1 Yes, sir. tor fo t caurtMt be taw i pU it** -- he proprietor here, ndertfc
I s.w.-r'. (k.. alts. ftf Florida, Kt Joliet lsu.
i pressed, that in little tijotr than two ,r.r.vf war"* ti* mbuta* a j .rm into iA p.A +.s sJ.7t4.as:v..t..... :strong conviction of theponerof tin

T Tt which gentlemen would now can* u1 utlteide the clwsttif 4. N.<.. worried; the. I._.'I ..*.........eta rt .stk. NOTICE.J puts.!.n, tu relieve the afflicted, 'Art

nation to the actual loss bf a sum which would support an a,....j .*f tea tl..... 1t atttk l,1war g. +rlmK. "IlEsutKcrVwrbHiisfaNitit: ; to lea'r other medicines hate LilnJ, rttilllo

sand men fur as many evniunes. 1 do then hear+edt geml.-.ear i. by rvtry 1 aks.i alt Irardttuslti ttshk _1. this hue the Sf rlh, rr.|ursts all mends the use of them (at least owei

consideration, lu' reflect upon the t'OItW'f..fOnf..s.( of itofMrvfwfceii rrduriwu.I .\...s.lt.r'k.-..-...rfits.T1r Psmw*.,.. thine hating it*'mamK against him t*. week) during tae spring and tang

beseech them by the bs,.ons of Uiu n. :iy liar bVof scud uf .ur own MMsts, I tAn'..... ..... t them for pu>tt>vnt, and those nor.ths, in which be feels (onfiifctthai

r disastrous experience and abut all byIj |we qnf Vtf I'alKrr of mis Ttuas Jo... .. .1..4t111Wl.ntwt. ladrlrtril :ate rv<{vr<'tt'''I tn call anti s. .- tthuwilltakehisadritrtl
republic ; a greut and venerable name. detained, I firm!? bciietts to rrrlaim us 'hrL ,a mis.Unt..1 tie; on or bffbtr the ftth July D"d. as i find what they seek.-Prepared uj
downward and tl Kcneraie policj., win-re, raven ttas..tt sluil r..|. For, Prtb to......... after that all unsettled sold at the Soda Fountain roorooitk
period 'I
of frcmj ail a the );reat mt-n in .\mI' r... \\'.as(< in;'...n .a1olae..m. fbund.in war 1.........*..'. )I. is %hlyd.tr aTeu..bua
and )jo to hate brjcn wise unto s.v.t..... t Pens sxula. June 8.-tf
peace i1 oar,. Itlaotn rkf.r CHARLES PINDAR.Prn .
. _........_ ..__..
--- .......-N .- N.. M ..-- NNV-.N-' -NaN ? '.t
dries +
tM.rawititit icoU. June
,
li.taw 24.2wl'.tS11.
M "V*. 5;; I'arnnntirr' ..1.JJt'u::n.'. A CAIII U. +.hltliil Lramw. -- & jutted\ oi C'ommUsiowis

f.B'llOK.r.HSand L..wkt,.. 'oftd and trrt.i Ttsdanw at. \ I*. 1I.l l X t1,
swans 'Il E
,
interpirtor intc'd
unclersigncd tjtit!
., I-I' 1pp
Auar's Ilm'
)111. tl'111pIIttttastYc lw.Iwar.fttsrtt Itlk uwaar. "
in Pcnj.acola.<< Their 1 't TILL practice LW in Pcn-"acoV -. 1'restdent with the
iM+fluhltthr iwm..d iwmlksst. of .,.... )Lass's later adtice dconsent
office i* on the ?;reat square, oppositethe cab, dart tuts.. Eros tear h..tr.+ 'a the.iaher Amsrtb'.1Lusmsry, . t. la. lIis OlFcc! is in one end of of the Senate of the Casa'
........,... ...... Cie 1 ( Seville's hou! .
old gotcrrnrcnt liuBftr, .tw redcoat...tiS. *i the -tusri. ttf.S1ls1pktta. .apt. e.Prnsacola States, as commission''rs to titan
I Pensacola September 52.-tfOSEPH CJfI'I.'U' IU'fTC... \IM*,M. Sit ""'. II,, !-..... ,.........'. :arrerirg.' Sept. I. and determine Ian claim
.- tIQM ,... k $9 maMlr pr1'......... s4. IIa doJlts Tern l.c" ........s.JSiI* sow's khct.tie. on vith
-WHITE 'b# UHtmmtK ff Mt IM .* ....-..... lie .......n,.'..,hncf..IJI151p,'. a. Cn..Itnngste It'i11tecctN the territories of Kl&rit, in conform
M. j jI w'rit also gsw ...,*. lee U.r heart t..... at oar t l'\'u\,ttattl ty with an act of Congress, passed c
I ATTOHNUY *T LAW ; Slat fnu U.4iMMa firiiM.tli.4i" tfaJt ,, MMP* curl. ltnM's AntKflMtkit 'TILL the 15th day: of July, to sup- the 8th day of Mav, I822eBtitW-'l;
"NTBNOS to reiidf permanently at 11..c ...,...... imu. Hi fairs tram tfcvr&et )lWb '. I.raaittarr,Hcftttrri Curate, ply the troops of the Uaited SI.turmJ' :act: for as ascertaining claim and title
1Iw. daeaiMk rkd Idle' u., II sii,"J'. UdJSSMr .Uw.at.tt. .
I pensacola' with a ti tyw of devoting ste air 1'\1' to rr r7 Ligoc ,\ stationed at Peniacota and at to land within the territories of firs
at M*. 4;sihaa'a "." AMfttvCfeM lYUOflM,
his attention exclus'uly to his profition. Pt.srzstls. ,... J.',";1. fl rb.l.r*. f-prlfag llnnks Fort St. Carlos tie Barrancas, with da" according to a prorisionof sic
H" will atteTid tier;.ev *rl euurtc -- Aostts.kta..c Ii,...1.. na.w.&c Fresh fleet from the hat day of August act, give notice to eterypersonorpons

inVest Florida the District Court .,f UUCTUJt HISTEII.fC .11.., ikt J..llf1fIIMt: 11rr.eh """rh: .MU flfi; to the 31st day t>f Mnrrh.I8. I claiming title to Lads badtra

the' ;;. States at Mobile, and ether AS rcnutind the practice uf Mli- I... d ,......ana.I. '3, inrluiive. The Beef will be requited patent grant, commission,or onfao
courts' in Matttna.slrf specially eng DICINi I; in 1''n*.c..la. and would onto', 1'.teuweitt1 to be of the best that the market surveydated previous to thestib

I ; .ted. Hit -.tTtr.e is opposite the publi \r nappy to attend his forttier patietols / .a...,..r''s.truCM's U"dllllClUl1"leiiI hits. shouts, and to be delivered to the of January: dais, which were iiEd

M > buildings* in the houe funned) rind hu fneod in i; -tural.Pcnsacula p. U' .'s,ohItI....,.. hattehe', r.hh.s, troops at each: pust on twt days in each der the Spanish goTerntrrut,or j
occupied by rather Crlb.man.t'cnsacolaiunc Feb. U.-tfJIY ....-.,'. 11 .11.4; Isouk.Pgrtbrr -e
I | _25._ ::!L J\\l lc t, t't\ Si'NA rlHrwl .ts.rtstr,tt of for the rations-viz:t about 300 formed, and that their stubs
Itts. at Pcnucolj: and 35O at the Bar commence on Monday the 15(& hs

I i XOTIC'E.Tc THE Ji\n'''''hllnn. STATIONARY.ttrr rand ,, orf. each day-the days shall he after which time,all such cbinfaats

I! l\\8\wu jVlmifteITS And for sal at the ('O.\.. / T/.t.t. 01. fi t'-' required to fife before the undmign

removed front the ti'i letiee of the P1X8A'OL.BOOK :\ WriIie<<.... Paper. b.nJ: Paste All persons will please make their for adjudication, the idencewa Sir

Jt, late naval older and: acting collector J"-"h, .)pbrrtDf aunt O.* llonk, I.La,., proposal:. in writing, seated :and direct* port his, her or their rlaimicronlis,

s to the residence of tjte<..ollt'.tu"t on STOKE... (seas IW"jpAMMM Iknrdm,.quill s., ..n ..tni1'c.ckrt etl to me at this place. to the requisitions of said ieLN.THL.
hanrti Wc Prosy. Least 1'cstotkyatlrsa
Palafox fctrccl. SHiX OKTIlh . ... ..... t1"nOR1'TOS, A. WARE
/ .. ... ,. .;l/as. (stir.. Ink I.vwdct. .
Itenurob'iJuu; ,," :'.-if ("....1 and 'l.t I.ktrnls. s..a.t. vsoJRlltewt Asst. Corny. Subsc. SAM: R. OVERTOX,
---.._..r.. i I .---- i1OHlJt,111C.I I M. I c. PensacolaJunc; i3St..t.lll'.Itl'AN Pcnsacola, July 8, la 2.-t tf _
I I..Vlnl.1t. $'I.e la.

r ; ./.,. .1fIItTtIR.\7' OF DAVID SHANNONrIIJ. ,
SQUARE dcscriittiuns 'I'() '.11.\Y J.IALHUH. IJAKEUV. .\ nt !A\'Jt
fk ; \\\\\\\ \UH'\:' S & tittttitttUr ttoTue1
: Pickets ; : c.1.; -a part uf the fn' *t't.ta: r t'lll. subscriber, trsidinip en the '''i& tbttrb.r.hatinjtpurrCh.errlthebA I \inJ: \\. attend to the submi",'oinfWf
r Shingles, !,cc. 1).U..5 and l..c.od ersrIwndte.ad at the head of Yellow 11'ater .'.. e.Iahh.Iwnepl.If i..n. T. WC.fttlCn' t f el...ni4 to the Hoanl ft: Conin1*

For Sale, b'thc ulHrit.rr.I Letter n..s.. Hay, informs Ms friends and the .MtVnntM-oli Slut .. ...,. .trip.. *ctlull* inturni the oils.an tmw in MV..OII in the e ty of PeDMCokkrrpt G
Iud f\Ri&J& tfhouw.
.1. tan the th
) na *
tin
hu office in the room adjoining
he has fitted House
lu"Jithat a and
ct.\PI'.
and Hooks up tiLr-nl' '
Cypnrln" Copt Stc. ic. '''"'' "tth1atittl'ttutt .

Pcnsacola, Au-. 35--tf-.- Pocket lU'oks astortrd, tHcr *ry enieme building of fur the. receptionmlctfn Nttv'j \\\"eul\, j _July 15, 13 IItt-l_

lUollint Paper, itchy Fohleis,
I NOTICE. Ited ink.I'J"tkr, Durable Ink, ,f \h'r3 mill TnwrtXtwand . Ct'.t" &c. \:\,\ Ge1.\"l' BOOKS
.
'I-'AKES up by the subscribcron the ()hubs (Cards Visit ltit rates, inc. &c.ALSO ter fount any of the Stairs, anti will ....... alrritrst+.f tat irk" t their Ilrnul will pirate FOR SALE, .ITTHtI'ENSACOLA
.
a m.n who calls IIfIII.\ :I i the I"'h" .,, ticfjro .\ F'lat'.LI1IItri11(1Cs ffonl as rum fort able cromiii,<>lations \r.uhl. HOOKSTOKEMR -
himself BILLY) said is about 32 ,
negro .s .a new scttlitageounuy can: afford. I. \L1KII t\\i.N ,& CO.. INCHHALD'S PuTSLondoiU B
or 0 1"caratldftrfeet fin Iht Ian high,* I 1 .' i is the intmik .f the subscriber IhwattttbJanwurt. 21* 1322.-tf"GEO .._ lion, elrtantly( bound, cons s ogol
lti.4 on Iota old fur hat, ltuc. broadcluth (
.
o hatr (*% soon as possible) OMl.nr : W. ilAHKLKV) Jlntith TAtuirt, ,?i ,.l'.
,
t.atld scotch
cu plaid pasntaluons-says
for the |Isn--cnl Vrar..IIAhCLI.IIUNT.. ri srhuonrrrrdFerrytiat forMk Multrn 10 fo['.
he ; was purrhanetl from the ('_talc of OtTKS at the st >re on the atttsare, Theatre,
t r Uajjttit. Hatber,I''<*''d. Maryland, Saint.Mary's \\ uflkient to takein3o Morses and lueatrtnd . teU bf Charles tuUrt l!"'|t an .* Forces, T Put*.
r'n'at"Jla. Jxttr 22 3tmcn.intuc. \ two four oared for boob
boats with sails Setter NOVELS, unifonnlf
.
: county, /me time in NMrmbcrJail lUrt.tk"tofm
by one Mr. Garner, and tuna"ay. <:. .uATTOttXLY be arrottintodation Ukftgt' /tom (GmimlI 2COIUIUIYt consisting of
T he head of Yellow Water: Bay to Pen- ides qf Vy Landlord r r.lI.
from him between Oakttiulgt and Flint AT LAW, ; or
liters, some time about the last of Jan. r 'EXDEHS hisprvfessinnal seniees sacola. Salts4 Nary lcead. llraverfyt 2 To/. [
tiarj Lst. The owner is rrqu@sttd tot01"c JL in the eouttsofl'cnsaeolallubile C. CASSIN.Notemlier Coffer, Butter Guy i1/anncrifl,!2 ?*&*.
1.- .tf. StutaMc% Lard Rd Roy, 2 Yo/,.
forward and I
prote property, pay Blakeley. Turk, Cheese.
k charges and take him aw'ay. '. Pcnsarola June 1$-tf FlKali: flour Loaf S"JtV. antiquary 2 folt.voniar .
I, J. INGRAIJAM.Fensarola 1'1.,1CO1aCil'C1111ting \ "Lisk"1. Fresh teas, I IJI.&cvn / 2 Yo/,.
IJUCTOII' '
April 13: 1822.-,f. (;. SAIIKKXTT"RESPECTFULLY : Library. )bi-.ofts and Almonds AVnf/worrA, 2 ''0/'.

tenders h.s pro- ltam, Madein, Jbbotj, 2 ToCatthorfic J/*.

rg I HE undersigned Attorney. I.aw tv the citizensof M'. HASELL HUNT Sp Csndl nr K Tallow Sup. Claret,I Win 5. 2 yo/,.

JL will practice in all the Q.urt<%of h.ola-II may be found one RE.il'ECTfCLLinC"rtni the La- 'totp, Beat Table Cot do. BrantHoIUnJ which will he sold low forcuk--

West Florida. He may he foud at his door east of G. W. larklet)'* store on din and icntletnen of this City that Chocolate; .\ftt gua Hwn, / .

f chamber in Mr. Cc.1fin'Uold. the public green/ -if. he has just added to his Library the CUtup Olives, Gin, A HATH HOUSE.TlE Drt

J. C. MITCHELL.Septen following rrcrnt publications, tin SalAd OiUCavtftM Lowion Porter subscriber respecrfi lltl1' : ,
JESSE NEW KNHLAND Pepper ARwnjr \Jco. attention of the public It ". I
< NEIWUSON e
ber 1 S if
i - IKat CngHth Mu... Y'&nC'kc.. bob'erected
--1- CUn\\\\\St\U\\ lt'rrltuut vr Sketches of New England Character Unl sod Spices BATHING ROOMS. The '''
.
j I mC l. mDll: ( ) and Mannrrs.IIAI'I'lNESS. J all kiadr, in the bay, one hundred'
hQI'
r Q :rO""ile the Martet, S.\L T. sixty feet from the beach. The
frrnteel hoarders faithfully attend to ba- N. IL Su Stores the parr" ,
be for
can ac- FILL any pot up faithfully. is calculated expressly
Ayes A Talc for the
Grave and the fro:
Gar.
.-lorl.tltd on moderate terms, 1I euuusttd to him. lie PCJMcollay2S.tr affording abundant of Wter .
tbj in :a priv s'c. fa-ni'y. has on hand for sale low for Cash or HELEN DETOUHNAX, NOTICE.rwiHE the weather and sun. There arc [f' j 1j 1f

r E..rJuire of the r,{ntC'n. COTTON I IA Dod from the French of Madame accounts of the late Doctor rooms,one reserved exclumety Cort/)',

April 6. 18l2. Ladies and gentlemen's hoots and de Sovsa. JL V. p. YoofcttKKs ladies. The comforts and coavr'ic 1
bcinR'DuW made
_. Shoes of J.tO: L' shall be'
--I - --- ctcry description.Hoys out and with des of the establishment !
deposited the
)'t' tne ft\\\\' 1\\ \ali'cd. and ChiJd, u'. do. Or the last of tie PercnsAts, a novet all those indebted are requested subscriber to call, larked, to any extent justi5ed bfI .(

TMFP4 I .".Jr) bukint-M hrcUrc.reian-t on Coarse Shoes for Negroes. He mill -Uo use his best exertions to and make payment without delay, in I I r trun.lge.I :. t1L it i
i th1 of WALTF.R VAUN. A ireat variety of Drushes obtals, front time to time,tbe most popular order that the administrators RICHARD KIN {
Ct,.U Ui':, day suspended and the fitn possible enabled to close to the I July ,
ed [bit..'.''ill estate. 1
content. TLo.e has1njt rlmtntairamV Playing Cards.A after
I ta.cT.arc published and 1i
tie firm will hopes E. II. FOSTER.
filcur them TorpiyRieil OLIYEBt
pmcnfc 1t i
a.,1 all tlii/,..indebted .tfrrqucledtucomt small askoiuuent cT Hard-Ware ; that, "bile be thus encreases his col.i Pensaeob,June II St i SAMUEL"F 'V.
Ivrvud: and nettle their arc., inU. and keeps constantly on bindlAqiiiurA i lection, the Library will continue to be : .fT1'OR.NEY..I7 J.,114 t

r WALTCHTIIO f".'G.\S. stall atacetic considered worthy the attention of the TO 1L"r, i Conecuh County Alaba a, 1

J' retnacola June(). A.sIY.kti4. 3t '. of all kinds.20Ilarn1w. public. The Store, underneath the : (,received license to Jjwtorrey < &sb a t

:j -- 'Y Iriftli Potato PcnsacoJa, June 23 3t r'LUII1DLtit OFFICE, Counsellor, &c. m the SCi T

t \u\\ks. cur ii\ 'i For sale, applied for immediately r .\: TXGUfLf .fttJ fu,stcaputtl y courts of Lair and Equity act t

A..1' THIS OFFICE! Dec. 3, 182): .-if. tjiactmo THO. WVCHE. .. rjtory of the Floridas. .-tl
AT THIS ts1
orrtci. June l' (tr Jut 5,


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