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 27, 1822
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079927
Volume ID: VID00632
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 10589672
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NICHOLAS & en. of Trbruait Floridas entitled ".\. .or'inanct' Trench bottoms into the ports of the ;May 1120, and of tht ,.d.ntr c* cf
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Uv ads uxc.l1'cmtinu.neeti sand t'i hundred and nineteen cue providing for the natural; s'0n of the: United States for Irsnsttor n..spt.t- 'the 26th July, jf the a.ne y rr.abd
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wrhscript"ootthedi.cn4.cn any claim not filed I
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'v the cJilCh&f'tC' c.f rail.ttr rJlJ'r1l' th.rtj-first of previous and an ordinance parl by the racy Nor shall any sack duties te fevied .have rot almoy bun paid back: shall
tc day May, one thousand t
'rjllc'ltU1I1t"; : 'jJ'Ml* .M.fW c*,Hi!**llC.Crt council of Si. auguslkaeonthesevrti- upon the production of the soil or' Jndnitij . be rtfuixitd: ,
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f>::'ai''ed idi tjw tuham t lea:went,w the be da' twenly-thrre, shall treaty October, tIi etned and
,..,p/r/ N'-11 nut be f n wanUnl"jTUlJUC held to V void and of imposing anl laying certain in vessels of tie United Matt into the 2411 d .y cf June, th23.rs ,
-- Hone tlTrn. Provded
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neverttttet taxes on the inhabmnts and alt of France f6t transit JOHN
port or teexptrtation. QllMY ADAMS, (t. s.)
ACTS.] ,1nd be it further macied. That in all oJier laws ordinance, or r* >1,es so (.. 1HLKL1, K1.L1 ILLS,'(L. to)
claims submitted to the dtcikion: of lie far
as they enforce or coh mi the smr,j 4M1ICtC .. SltHAtr. APTICIK.
AN ACT for ascertaining claims, Commissioners, tttierc the saner land, be, and thr situ arc berely,rtpeJed, I The foHftwiftg <(Uhtttities shall be It is agrrrd that the extra duhrs, t
and titles to I Jan i within Inc territories]:or any |pearl therruf. is claimed by titles and declared nail and void. ,RMida" a* fmw.iti tie tin of nrr sfteified iii tlr fuss ami second artie es
of )'1orida.1 '' em .aat nc both frum the British Sec. 1. rW Ar it furth r rmutttil* I\I cha-Mi it e fur each of the articles' herein -'Grttil' t 0ntrnikn sl.at t..r."jrd i odyurch
;t enacted 6>y the Mnatr & Ifame and Spanish gove*tmient*, the rowininsi'iners That If any person shall u tempt to I afire sprerfita s I tl>e rxcrs" vf slurcf tie ii-er- I
l.t/irr.t'/4f11'f'. f thr United tn.tJ s+h&fi not Halide the tame, enforce any of soul ... *...".(I \\ iut_ for t naif, n ho ."flds.or'I '' cri.Rdisr potted: otci thrvaiueoftl.r
,;mrrlcO in Congrett mur..blrd, but shall report all such u,*, .jih an or nr**"lte.,by dktnamlin; aird receiving ?4i g.hofts of iZl sate latches, American rrerthundtsr exported little sane> >
1.I.t. i icn' the pUrH>Sfof ascertaining ahsts'act ol'thr eriueuee the Sccre. an> tax,imposition, or u*r* a t.aUdtbtitni I iira!urr.IlratKliea .vessel upon the sanic.,obKe : 'bo tf.at .
xv: tbinis and ,ill.'* to lauds within: tar> of the 1 rca ui'ytScr. or ptrscril tinny, I and all other liquids 344 if the v';ue of the anus reported M
:.l' niito a ) >' of 11lorida. as acquirvdjt 5. .Ind ti.it further enacted, such person shall, on com icifon tWre- i gallons.SHks. shall equal l or exceed that
r.t-: iieatj' of jthe tMcut-second of, That the Cowiiimionrrs shall bate of, bt punished by fine, hot exceeding I *and all other dry roods, and ctcn in'i M'td in the ian>
j-i( ':ujrv, lair hktuutld! vighthundivd 1 power to inquire into thr justice and two hundred dollars or by imprisonment all other articles iII) subject to Incluuinii 11(",Hr. ., :
Aa, tern ut'iu itife slial. he appointed, validity of the claims filed with them ; not ctcerdin; sis months,cither meAsarefWHt forty-twruMc feet Cur .Mit or ft".C'Jtp .
.1 t unsiiient!of the United Males, and shall he, and are hereby, authorized or both of said punishments.Sec. French, in Fraser, alms fifty cubic feet 'extra duts; "hall hi "
, u",I \ ith tsar tit it r and consent of to administer oaths, \n compel the 3.td tt itjurtkrr enacted, Amerink.nnea ureih tie C. States.Colio the articlesexjomd are
tl; Sin <" thltel.O1t11i..io.u..s| attendance of witnesses by "u1'ptrftu that the President of the United Stales -- O4 1?>. asoirdurois, or J65ToHacco than those importic, U-' ;
<'aI, rn' cue. a* rompcittatton for the issued by the Secretary and the adduc- shall, in sack manner and under uch I tFJlry f. I shall be levied tau:} upon
nun: '* t-iijottied, li) the protist"nn oft lion of IULb testimony rs may he want* { regulations as he may direct and prescribe I --1600 Ib. avoirdupois, or 1 of thedifirrrnce of their convtntitn.'I
s ., t.ttho.ijsa.
    f,, p..i.j i (ju.itfi'ly. 1': ona tsar Treasury ; ).vr. and records of a public nature j jr person any sum of money which he I 1\%he.--p..l and pearl,?240 lb. avorHke I in case cf ratification cr
    Vll. ti'' .,II open an ofiiee for tie ad- Utirc to any land titles within said may have paid under or by virtue of !dupttis.or4,18 Utv"t. ard not until two months
    uf '.ainl Ina' in ila<'rs, and to make tn..nsrripbalu 'either of said hiss ordinance I6ar. Ib. of
    ju.1I'1"n,,; &t uu, |brat or re- I avoirdupois, or 725kilog. change the \
    t-i i :ni'oiy' of )\"t FloH'M, and St. 1TOr.. hey shall examine into sol ten. ".- > I refusal to ratify this "
    \usuMini*, in i:aisl i'lortd.t, under ih' i Uim arising under patent, grant,,! See. 4. fed ttfit further matted, And for all weijtbattle articles not side, shall in no wise ''
    .' .' .;_htlulS. and cutidiUoD.] t ome.*ijtt..d orders of '.ur ey, That this art shall He in force fiosn specified. 2IO 13. avoirdupois, or Iul6 the ratification tt the
    ulV 1 tnult.r 1I"e.c'tthtcJ. Nhcle the yncy ha been actually I and after the first day of Jane nes! ILiIoanmDln.A I preceding articles of this
    Sr,". .'. .ind itf t Jnrthrr emjcfrtf. na fun shall)(* the uuu of aid CAI-I one thousand eight lsuadted 'prstttrddrslave of 1lrpeIPMstiarca, The duties of tonnage, light money 24th day June 18 ;2.
    11.1'11'11 tu appoint a. suitable and I ounJ tgUtott, whether they ate (..und"I JOHN (;.\ II.I.\IIIJ. louge, port charges brokerage, and JOHN QL1NCY ADAMSL.s.l i"
    ". !, "uil.lifil.tl'fetU)', who shall } ( upon conditions, and Jio s far Prtiwlntt */ the Sea,tl', tar It Htuu't'r all other duties upon foreign shipping. (.. \DL LE NEL'VILLL lJ. s.]
    fI'.J ft",u. their a. h find proceedings tl."- with ; and if defhftl Bawl shipping in the two countries J.Cr.s ,1dxnor. I'rtsiticnt o the (, ni.
    iHe Urttish how far other than those ted Sutc illt ur tot 'I .
    dents .(hniul'di % tUi UIOM- rjrctcd.JII gwremmeHl /J the frfitint of tilt Vmttrd .*>.. I respectively specified uat.tf : ..lor.
    ; -: 'iC reason <.( ihojr admission ort they hate \m con.,dt reel valid under in articles I and 3 of the present con icy aforesaid di hereby su j.erd. r.. m
    .in. He sill le(ciuw a comp the 1I.auish| goirmujent; and if satis A 1'ROCI.AMT10.V.. 'rllt Oft. sh.n not exceed, in France.for and after the fast t.'J ol ( rtntrruntil _
    ""..ti InU fur nils tn-nifts one thuu- Tied that akl claims he wrrrct and 1 1talid \Vnriit,n.' by the srrond scctkn ran vessels blurt United Slates fine the end or the next session of (. on-
    I$..:,. i I" "j I'U'iun"(1 I and Taft) dv1..,s, to snail ftttr c.nfimatfon tn them: art of ( 0It1P't'H of the 6th of Jlay francs per Ion of the vessels American cress, theoprrtition'o' the bit atore- h
    h i," a r.. .. h:.iali b.' a' (jiuitite..! utth li.t-' shall only opeiatc .s a tftrate of any art ronrerniftg navigation, and aS* to in the United States, ninety four cents tt.nage duty t.n : rncti slips ,nc 'TIS-
    iuter ..t which thr ;.State l bare, cnthvrife the appoint men! of Deputy ton of the vessel's French acts and for other "
    hjuii.s.' Iatt uaji'i. di: ) .HI 1 4 (imitate. of' the duties ofh and\ not be cmfidcreH at1ilrtftiftJ follr hrs, it is plot idctl,That hUM pott. .ll other duties French tes.-els and rtite
    > ofn 'r, ii.all: UM nd fcU 1.rlbt" nit Ilic! tit i Ins of third (in sons : ad pro vid -, cant of the signature of any batty Auricle 6. goods, U ing the fcr. .wtli, piOGUfe,
    (.I'I:, ulon Miii u;'aunty COI1lJlnl'lIc : >'d that they ..il not but ..fr to! oe contention eeftferning the navigation The contracting parties, wishing t*. and manufacture, of tratur. imp rt..d ;
    will U(4 *'o<.riritt el.iHi or put timed or commerce between the United favor their mutual affording in liar which '
    M uJn.:liisin II, hat he Uvll & any commerce by same, milT exceed t'.r ttuAtuerirsn t
    l1l11 ald fotrfua; IY tltscnal'CthcdU1Itasiuul WIt'' the an wuirt claimed "atllflftftll! Slate and. trance, the I'resrrfens of in their ports every necessary tiron vessels, & to.n similar
    translate 1 quantity, or salt e\c the lnii. t Stales, if he shovld do-m .assistance to their vessels Roods in the
    ; hiin am' a'I. respective imported san t'tSOnihJii f>ni.ttMr -
    thai fillY Ica! u Cll nil (S'lOU I'*. the tim9ty.. with Wr tipi Pw*. UntMtion, until the end of the Consuls may cause to be rrrstcd the l.trnch resort,It ana tides tic t tot .h, '
    S, .'. .;. .'/* 1's .;i1 C ,nuut!si..ners'Irciuusli' I Ii t'y. t't hr laid beftttr Cwttgrr tier their ol the act entitled MAn act tu vessels of their respective nations, w ho ported in tht same stipulated' by the '
    alt ant}; u, j uiv i.-iK*.' of the clutaru -1 t<,\. nrt i,'tion. I'."ry"ilMtt .,.- iltt'.f'1It" a new tosnar* ; ;'IK-, ihi-ni! stu'.l: lido I' tin judrI :''iii I under any procr from theCan % ,* and" vessel*, arW for other parpo in order to send them Lack and testimony whereof 1 Iiiivr caused '
    "I< t' I JY,'i liul i 1 couit at I'c.'oh..;1: missionrrs ,111t' aatlpwcd ore 4uUsr r*. i ml. alto,,to suspend,a* am'- transport them out of the country. the Seal of the L nlted States tuc 4
    . 'i: A dj., and onr aoliar for tWftttJnlll t Lid all wibri duties on french tesseb, For which said atr these
    c, 'i" OI'.H! i 4 .ti.u'i.y| in hit amwf(. rwry purpote the Consuls xedto prt amis, and tprud
    r :,.. 'e. t to udku whiter it, tAe 'ahj ,, 11.t.. be. paid hf ihr party or the goads imported in the same, aud Vice Consuls; shall address thrmscUes the same with n y hvnd.
    \.' t ,iu.i' .i'llly tocl| ..wJ j4igc tltc duties su nnnlunag his s PritJftW. .rdr- a hit h may exceed: the duties on American to the (:'ourts.Judgrs, and Officer Done at '\h" ;ttJb. tie 2-.th d-j- of
    d: tu. olMVS, iiiu kliali cumnu'iKf i! /<'/t, That the CcinmltitoMft tldiuU 'r'cl*, and on similar fronds im- competent, and shall demand the Jun", in itie tear if out 1 010. c.e
    &., '< ,"1ti! tittir h*'.ini> Oil 'CIr btfurcjst taut art OH, or aa\.e.into.n1t1J_. putted. In the ".&..And whereas a said deserters in writing pro in ;. bran thousand right ui.dred and iw nty
    : ',. : j l July next, at l .:"r Urtti..ta .stanlt pater. .at..r' r< .efii.n navigation k commuter exhibition of the registers of the two. and of tl.e independence of the
    Ibl.J 1 lunclay.t. : first Mondtt} ,11.1< md. fir sot\'rr. but those whk1t are bet<*'rrn the United States of America vessel,.r ship'* roll, or other official United States the forty-stxth. .
    L'I 1 1 i" v t.icrt .ft'r, al ht. Auj I f.: \IK u"ifiXHTH and ticUlUiilii'xlol ; 7. ns of the United Slurs awl -wWclitiuu' a-,d Navarre, has this day been duly of the said crews ; and on this demand By the President: ,
    il ( I,inns to Ln>l within tltv said ratter been commfHM4 id fur by MRIMI! by John Qaincy Adams. Secretary so proved (Caving, however, Jori QUSCT ADAMS, SU',! tf Sl t .
    V 'i. '' ; tiuticluf uliich Still he .the Itrnivis govcinntcflM.Sfc. of State, on the part of the United where the contrary proved..) the delivery " --
    rat '.11, t.; said (..oh.IlI cswnetl,111 MIme- ,1n . C. lnd fit it Jkrthcr 'r-tl. State and by the Macon Hydedr N'ru- shall not refused : and there _ PEN ACOLA.Aa ., .- j
    'I a, r pt i ink-d a> iXiii plce, ui, if i Thai their shall lie aplwilnttdby UK silk, I'.nioy Extraordinary and Minister shall be given all aid and assistance to Oration; ,on the D rt deTivtred by C pt.lridwtll. g
    , tl .' .'.I iu wsp.; | r1a at' the niot 1'1't'id"'I\, of the United Slaws,fey and 111f'nlpntratia'1 from Trance, on the said Consuls and Vice Consuls f"r Cuter at Pen'ocuL*,4tii Jut; 1S.J. t
    )p16 }i".H'b! Ill hat., Clll; .'1rralrt'.litl'>! HI the advice and ,consent of the the part of Ills MouChritlian M.jesy. the searchseizure, and arrest, of the Captain Easter ytekbu& to the wishes or his ,
    vui'li .'..2\.. a ." who shut which contention i* in th* words said deserters who shall he detained
    J 1. -I t' ii i i. 1,1.I'.It their 1t'ft '.iirqutnni .t'for. even fclknrcatucras ami tbe earnest entuates. of
    u. I .tuatcutt', ; nil ncr .onj j duo j,"ei. and authority, and uiiei e tiptoeing : ,and kept in the prisons of the the Committee of srmngtment, consented to
    tl< 1.,1'>.' FornanMtuM J&fth'l. uiUi tin, ;j' tv. ;anc j1ary, ;* by law appritain onicisaL. ,country, at their request and expense, ttu.p.bLcu>ca. Some of his more anxious afrttttd.
    i', ,"u u, t vc '!-,.i'} ;** support inrm.j: to tu suivrjor south of the State oflj CO".,,110'1 .4/.' .iK.tg.n end (... until they shall have found an .pprtu stem to consider it due him, to state r
    1. M-iMu'i! $1t4 .,'.".- .baIItct") 4 1:. wfcee ; but tais duti 4 alga not 'trtflton" the UUrd Stmlr. ft.Imrrrta nit; of sending them back. Uui if -that he-had but four day for preparat of.- r
    n. l I.l,' .!i t 't' 'itirtc i M JIMH; ", rni. luoulu . com caner until the COIII.hwonft1t and Ifa Majesty the :iif' they be not sent back within three butte twEefeour renters will concur w,thu .it
    , ,. .1 hllll\I' rat' "I 1 ,'ntt.tttat.+.j ..na11 i I.ac examined and dtn'iddl VIHHIllf Sfrawtf eimt .\ 0 . :ta t oltil..S1.o'.. ..1 all iJ: wan'dt *'I aims In"St Jorvla.. .*K, shall The United State or America and their surest, they-snail be srt at libertyand *n l that a vtltran might glory in this mmilen "
    I' t :rl-acct) 01 t t iv s ut y, to be i theiiupon furnish the surveyor ""ba His Majesty the King of Trance Mid I shall be. no more arrested for the r 'rt- 'u, '
    t s. ,', t:1 C..t.l,tres, a dt. "t' uc a111rocs j lilt. of th..%c admitted, and be stall Nat arre,being desirous settling; the same cause. We arc assembled fellow-citizens to .
    kite .IIJII('. snit Q'IiHf Qto th..1 tI 'n"iltt; lilted' d lo survey tile country relations of natig ilion and comtaenettetween AflTICLr _. commemorate the Forty sixth An-
    I. < n. ;t' .a"rs that iiia\ }' IKtn then (><.*- i""oarl.nl. and laid down upon a general temporary, rovntfion rrriprocally shall be ia force for two years from the to call to recollection the achievements ,
    j i.I), *. t.' V kept in his office, dar mete beneficial anal satitfac tory. and thereby first day of October nest anti even after of that illustrious portion of our
    '' 4. -/nrf li, it j'urthfr rnmt d. ate-Ilt 'jound 1, of claims M admitted; 'of leading lo a more permanent and the expiration of that term, until countrymen, who in the face of an admiring .' I
    T' v > 'j' \. pcrtuti, or tN :rtri ur reprt .: ( rJiu;;lei" : ;eQW t..l ..t" lcd at the comprehensive arrangement,have resiiectivrly the conclusion of a, definitive treaty, world dared to resist the
    .,-_.,, : ', of inii,' 1'('. ...1 claiming I"'xp' | n w of the r'&hu tttl, the prkeM'lKrvfil i furnished their full porrsin ennui one of the parlies shall have wrongs and oppressions of a merciless"
    t.;. t i. u.'s: mid.'r an ',!(tat.'rat, t.ranu, ; kliall he IlK lithe as U paid manner following, that is to *aj>--.declared its intention to renounce it. and powerful enemy; and to assert
    c <. H'J,.". u- ..r4.a 01 sure", o.tj i i In- Mincyibg. the public land; t, it no The President of the United Spates to which declaration shall be made at Vith ,* their tins, their fortunes and '
    f'" is 'II tin* 1i 'Ittl'-f..urth day ofJ.'ujt. sv..t<*;or fihall ehaigc for any line c*- John Q..tbCt"rd.affJ*, their Secretaryof east six months before haml.: their sacred honor," the Indepcnd-
    a our tuouband rijrht hushed ':'k1't *ur|, as may b. actually run, nor State : and Hi* most Christian Majesty .And in case the present arrangement tau,thc Glory the liberties of their
    tIn: MK\ itH-n, whicl.: \HMX- talid ends r fur any line not necessary to IK run. to the Hron Hyde de NruvilTe, should remain without such declaration country.
    t1" V|pMjth!! i foieiiint' ) utfJ)' the III"I Mr shall appoint a suitable number o Knight of thr Royal and Military Order of its discontinuance by ei- Until the declaration of that instrument -
    ,11 1 t ti'ins, and which air: not rejected dcputicft, and shall fix and determine of St. Louis Commander of tbelegion tSer! party therxiraduties specified in which has just been read in jour
    I "' Ill'1'! ..ty ceding the territory ofrv ih'eir fe-) : /Vor&rVrf That the whole of Honor, fJ rand Cross of the the tat and 2d articles, shall, from the I hearingour Fathers constituted a portion '
    anal \\ "t licit ids lo the Ignited cast offtu'vcy shalf not exceed lour loyal American Order of Isabella the expiration of the said two years, be of the British Empire.-Unnatural
    J> y,''. uiiall file, bf fore tine Comiuikf'ti. ,- dollars a mile.lnd, firovfdrd "'II. Catholic, Hi* Envoy Extraordinary on both sides diminished by one fourth I I as may seem to us the connection*
    t'isi I !, HII. h"l orithdr lAim.actting *1 hat r.on other than township lines and Minister Plenipotentiary wear the of their whole amoant, and afterwards i still they* until that period, bo'd
    : jianiiuLjIy,, its situation, and shall be t un where the land I* deemed United States ; who after exchanging by one fourth of the said amount, from si\bmissiijn, and owa'd alt*giance, to.a 3
    *.*..Urie\ .. .if to b<- aKCfrtaincd, with !!I unfit cultivation ; said surveyorshall their full powers have agreed on the year to year, so long as neither party I foreign potentate;whose disregard of
    <., d,Ti;tirftenl of title where they f reside af *uc place as the President follow ing articles. shall have declared the intention of renouncing their hapiness,prompted the most flagrant gs
    air Hot the 2tatateutiururiginal claim-of In- United Mates may direct and Aimctr I. it, as above stated. impositions upon, and wanton
    tnu. w'!ifh snail 1,5 recorded by the! hall Lerp his office there, and may Ankles of the growth, produce A mi etc 8. usurpations of their natural rights. t
    SfTctajy and who, for his said scrtires charge the following fee, its for rechiding manufaciute of the Cnitrd States imported The present Convention shall be ratified Mindful of the duties awl obligations '
    c shall be en'illed to demand from I tin plat and survey of pri-1!i into Trance in vessels of the U. on both sides,and the ratificationsshall due to the Prince, who prescribed
    '"ftiiiiniants ten terns for each hun rate claim made by any of his depnjtir -i!I: States shall par an additional duty, be exchanged, within one year their rule of government, and '
    i (red words contained in aid papers,!]I I *, Jwrnty-fite cents for each mile] exceeding twenty francs per ton of from the dale hereof,or sooner, If pos measured ;o them.the extent of their
    recorded ; he shall be entitled to i*( ontainrd in the boundary of such .ur- merthandiaeotrranti above the disks si ale. Bat the execution of the said civil and religious prh iteges,they yielded I
    nty file cents for each subpccna;! "eyand iwcniy-fivr cents for any lopy paid on the like articles also of the Convention shall commence in both submission to the abuse of their "
    asn nicd : Provided, *1 hat if the amount, certif cdrom the booVTof.. office. growth, produce, or manufacture, of countries on the first October,next,i liberties,until submission ceased he '
    received shall exceed one thousand'! PHILIP P. HARBOUR the United Stales when imported in and shall be effective, even in case of. a virtue they recapitulated their '
    2"1.0 hundred and fifty dollars, which!I peakcroTtlie I .ll.- of 1lrprr II hereby declared the compensation JOHN UA1LLAKU, 'udl.Ak11rLr. 2. may hate sailed, bane fide, for the ,as that of's dutiful child, imploring :

    e for Vis .services the recess shall be!I V'aihington rrcfcidtrrtofth, M. 8th.fktuic 1R22-.1, pm tnapnre L Article of tbe growth, produce, or ports of either nation,ia the confidence the protection, the care, the affection
    d Pored to the Coruiii!ssiunrrs,ulll be]J. JAMES y MON CUE. manufacture of France, imported Into of its being in force. I of its parent. They appealed to
    + bjtt to ileac disposition, and saidmmiraionrrs I the United Stairs in Trench vessels l In faith whereof, the respective Plenipotentiaries" Jfeavrn for the ju.tness of their cause, J' .
    hall proceed to have signed the present the purity of their intentions; and to I
    exam AN ACT to relieve the people of shall pay an additional duty, not exceeding
    to and determine on the validity IJr'Id Florida from the operation of certain three dollars and seventy Lie Convention, St hate hereto affixed .( their Kiito for the restoration and conI ;
    patents, grams, (()enions, and" ordinances cents person ofmUtbucJiu, onr.ad their seals at the city WashingI I Brmation of those just and equal rights, ,
    7 Its'tirrs of survey agreeably to the He it en vend by the Ornate end houseor1kprxtrntartreiefthe above the duties collected, upon the ton, this 24th day of Jane, l0., hich the laws of nature and of natures ,
    i and ordiruTict-a heretofore exiuP -; Untttd.$tll". like articles, aUo ,f the growth, produce 1822. God,proclaim to be their unallcnfable .j
    of the JOltS QUINCY ADAMS, (u a). heritage. .+
    the
    governments making \ oJ'.4rrurica In Congress attenllid, or maaufacturc of France, when
    bi ,l pms I't'tlpt'rtinlr, 'having due regard, Tliat an ordinance numbered three,'I imported in vessels of the United O. HYDE DE NEUVILLE, (i. a.) The Spirits that surround the throne
    Atc ems* -Jl Srunj h claims to the condi-\ made and passed on the eighteenth of States. AftTictfc 3. u.t1a.'T&.aT1CLE of God, drop'd tears of compassion -1
    and stipulations contained in the; July,eighteen hundred and twenty one, No discriminating d'U1lhatJ be levied The extra daties levied on cither for the injuries of a people destined to ;
    c. H.AaHu: lc f k treaty-concluded at i by Major General Andrew Jul.ton'l upon the production of the soilor side before the present day, by virtue be free. Mercy like a ministering angeletothedonrsnpplicatiunslorrtliet- ':t
    "Mb gtob,b,!" thisathulictlaV *"jCfovcrnor of the provinces of the todoslrr, Prance, imported Its of the act of Congress.. of the 15th ;

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    Ui the ijarb of truth and justice bIt My subject permit. me to follow tar law.hir..e base Mictabletl tay 1 the appointment of a )1 '
    have reside us,
    Dlereywas a stranger In the bosom of history oMHt acknowledged deliverer friends for nobler Purpose, we to among well : '
    4 the Prince we appealed Ita. truth and of his country no further. Oar affections met togtper to rejoice on tbe anoiver-- whose character, so
    justice, abodenot with him. our gratitude were with him tarT of oirdeliverance from tyranny. ,,i to advance the interest : I

    Could a hand of gallant men whose through life; and our holy benediction Let us tits cultivate a common rdI I but rising territory we
    cr.atcst bout was their birth-rignt of pursue him up unto the prs log of gratitude to he Author or alit I II | to felicitate ourselves, '
    r r frerdom, stand idly by and see their cote of his God. J I II I I good, wh conducted our fathers Ihrft i|f ganizalion of the other
    aged and patrimonial Tree of Liberty, hare tea you my coontrytnen I!I the perilsof+ a bloody war and made j I j I government, we shall al
    cast its last withering leaf, without no. but a faint and imperfect view of oar I,them sovireicns of this sacred soil of able to claim and "(
    ; bly daring to arrest the ruthless hand, revolutionary struggle. Throofjh a:;: America o.injj allegiance to none out ', faithful anti impartial '\.
    that had blighted its blossom and was seriesof seven years -devastating but the Might rtll.v tAr V"I.,,,. I'J IOf justice, The '
    raised against its trunk* No; Fellow- heroic war" the people of these Infant t J I Let us forget the wrong our Fathers i l 1 I will harmonize, we have .
    } Citizens! the hearts Of your indignant states maintained that declaration, inl'suffered in the contemplation of the to hope ; and we *nticip
    countrymen, sent the loud shout which is to be found a burning recapitulation '"stupendous-fabric they erected for our dinary degree of sa ,
    of liberty to Heaven; and with one re- of their wrongs; and a sue- bll'pinh"and their immortality. Let piness of this people, the ..
    pinsive voice,the whole angelic choir Lint, tnl\ firm annunciationoliheiruna1li I! us look bath upon the calamities with of this province.

    cry out, to army To arm and Liberty .nablcright*-right* which were asverted which ouraneestors were visited with ** Lei u* not_weary. in ,,
    ever echoed and .rt-echoed thro'i In the cabinet and maintainedin .Christian senignity,anl with resijjna* ---

    out our land. Tbe spirit of Ereedom the Held--rights against which the tins ,quad to the fortitude with which
    walked abroad in conscious security infuriate monarch .f another hemisphere they met and overcame them. Let us
    s the Eagle Oap'd her wlnit in joyous waged anunrightrous and ... console oar,."" that our government
    gladness through the transported air- successful war-right*wWte .**r* the i* haled on principle and ha* s'a root ) ?
    ; the Lion saw and trtm','ed.I peculiar gift of heaven, awl which in rr,(.M -lHat it wa the dirUtr of r
    It was n.t Fellow-Citizens until every have been second and consecrated by the twost profound wisdom, and has "

    petition had been disregarded, every the God of bf.ilr*, beee matured anal approvetl by long
    prayer set at nought--every re- This declaration shall remain a lasting ,experience. Its principles are magnanimous
    r unstanee abused. every right viola monument of the glory of our ancestors . *-It affords protection alike --
    : ted, not until after the feeling, the while time and memory shall to the weak anti strong the poor and : ,
    hooor.the hapincss of our Fathers, had I endure. It i. the root of liberty and rich pursuing in all things, an nndevi- -- .
    ' t r been shamefully trodden uwler foot the trunk of freedom k independence. sting course from the great fundamental SATUUUAY,
    ;i that they resolved with one heartone, It is the terror of monarchs and the principles upon which it is -- :
    y+ mind and onc' oicc. to burst the chains bane of dC"SI Otina. It is the bea on, founded. Minj artklcs are left ont
    whjreli had so long bound them to the by which the.nations of the earth maybe lie mine the proud pleasure fellow- 1 ably,but we hope that nut
    i too, -'ttlO'' of despotism; and to erect for conducted) from ignorance, from citizen, to offer to the old and the new be able to cits our files. .\
    1 the'nselves a Temple in which Freed .' slavery and from bondage to the glorious inhabitants of this delightful region, ml art f = "Ti might delight tu dwell. They attainment of fall and complete the most sincere and heart-frit congratulation and pobJi.th in II Mhlpgtwn ,
    I drew from Heaven the light of truth ,emancipation. on their happy introduction, eatw. mew of Florid, '.th '
    aid n'a10Tlvhith e(vered them as It is the sword that severed the unnatural into the sacred privileges, which the tberrttA by ouTMltcs t and a : i I
    1 wl'i: a panoply. They walked forth card that hound America to constitution our government securesto in )Motnlc MrrMwl to the i

    I II in the majesty and righteousness of I'a haughty and inesoiable raa'lrr,-It all its citizens. per, untltn by %Tf, and wit
    ,
    thrir cauir, ti) welcome the Goddess! is the h.monNus voice of hea'en \Ve hail the acquisition of Florida lUnce t-f "many ctlienscf
    of ; #.*1rty, they a umrd the dignifiedan breathing the dclitemaec ol a great di an important era in the history of the delay 01 this I,we ore' \
    + 4 upright port of Fifemen, and proclii -I'I people. oar Nation the time i* not distant musty personal to out'\cbn
    t >...J with a voice londrr than the The pledge which oar father made when her ur shall shine in the brilliant new offTorM*,"gttn in the <
    I thunders oflfeavcn, jtmtrtca .hall Ar tIrrj. with a firm reliance tm disuse p tidence const lUtUm, that now adorns our U of rtnersl aster* l-the
    r ', (." God saw, God heard, God < 10 supprt this d" .rat" ?.a. pr-xUiminuTt* all the world the therttttarkaart prepared, best ;
    ,, sanctioned and placed the ;rat of his with "their laves, their fu. ises, AH in4..*vt*".ltf roafrdcratUm and union rx t room tot Lcth we pt.a bth
    immutable justice upon this solemn, ih-ir vicrcd hviwr,'* lad '" rt kept in- J i ftt't" JM"'J k".
    l tht. lioly declaration. "lu1.ate. They met the to.1'\'t of the \V> receive the inhabitants of this Tb yv, nV* Yes my countrymen, the appeal rr\'u1utjerud" War, ittsl .a.lrd fir miru: j,rvrit er, with open anus And 0 rtstwty MVltcs",u&tII
    I vM.1 our Fathers made to the Su- storm unll untnJlf' 'They reaped the i Htli.l trtwtt itfc4Htl sng from them reasonerasaI ritdabote [
    prone Judge of the world, for the reetitudc rirh reward of : ctuntr)9 gratitude natight vr privilege which the happy _
    I. of their intentions, when they here, and the more cs ited If'Ward aftmmoriattty ...,.Ii"". wf oureui ttry guarraMer The attensi n ofoatr. :
    L proclaimed that these United Provinces laue.fln.t.. .% all, to Mise.ir Tbe -rs of otlcs tt.... a-s.t p t*, pre

    & are, and of right, ought to he, free with one suite proclaim,A*.*r to their lard ,niiy of Motion, a.e distuHutive a1W tn. r" th1t "

    ) 'and Independent' States was not unheard nam'*,/re0re to their ashr by i," % >y nature of our gusrrnn.ent.s tit )
    t. r Tne song of praise rang thro Nerly forty rran have r'j, teed fellowcitizens ant a ...." i not 'raetherVieaspic." As tbcbonnl tf t'tfA.f1ft
    'I the mighty Heavens-the shout of glorious since the cloud. of live Hf to .1I. .lc were bola on Spanish meet in SL An&Mttif, nn the ,
    J' exultation, resonndrd through resolution have bees, drnri from I or.%'ft. IKAM *;rouftu, Use moment he Jtainary next, it ts rrj.rtd th ;
    the Earth.The clank of despotic horizon and the glariou MM of "ourl I assumes the i-r citilraship 11Im.Sf Lint in >IV t Florida. ball

    r chains shall no more be heard on the and freedom. rose to spread its genial u,;; 'K .n..cs u&.I1( of ptitiIcfi time (sdjwFcat.on at this
    rt aoUof Columbia, the Angel of justices ; influence wvcrour happy lind. and wi atyr
    s hits proclaimed with his GoMen America in tat'ingher r-nk among In feiicilatiiDC uutscUcs, on our ad .
    :: Trump, that aU connection HetweenGreat the h 'ton'ur the earth, a"f us wd fur vtion into ttK Lulled Mates trtiitvr !.\" R. :

    \ Britain and ,her Colonies, txvtfffjen her motto *.|ttal fiet om, equal .m- > and h1ll'U.. .e iobavl omit lua4ite -
    despotism and Freedom is for- '..14 revered U fO''f.I nai U
    lice, cYjtia! riifwt- -SHe h** out uu late n.rnv.,
    (f ,tier dinul\"rd. to all nation M the hand .f lawn s tarts rid .\..* tt JC, on. Callcil b) )ft.*... F..IT...-It may I
    .% lad the establishment of our litter.I friendship" and of unaffected teeipr i.r '..i..a -l., tsUAic ef nor uaivn, ivt '!uok :a j.nr rfwtn to learn i
    ti "lhc confirmation of oar bd.t'4" c!tr. Withaduere .nI to her own rekrpt .fir -.1Ik.C i;tremor of die aknndsnt
    rrgrrablr
    f f lie ice, been perfected by the annnnc*- interest, herons dignity,and her o n.chkr ttut.sias, t )teW.d alter IMUVH |>rrsa rides, the Qtwre us( rri..,(, i:I,
    fr avion; of this d declaration the world .itrt.she has endeavored loinain. siu f, his u*U OSvllbtHll*, to W..*? ir tlsr Brett tI.It\we. ,its t
    ere miiltM contemplate the eventful Lain the strictest nrutrabsy-rnsitwsl .. u red opts Ailll, by kits fmtu.f r fa8 to the production of '
    cps :h with admirUon and lrli;l"t Hxn .f tyrant t sbe has sons rhl to at't 'a-it.-- IC AM uu j, u iUUr mtrtrst of taco '.tc kth rt.been tn>fM>r.ed( [
    '41 with that painful svtnpatb for Wy with all. She hers k oketl sitenilt. co-r.nuko y. \\",. ,tt in tn sei'.uvf rw sn at a great esreme.,and 1'r.. :
    tn *!*nes, which it was soon tae lot of though notunfeelra). U jn,a the long ms &outotr>. be weuld one ptaust .unafactah.is well known. i'
    oi'* *:, Fathers to encounter.tue simple of ieS Hith \ wrncan; Cole d d.nnl the l>vM tn and h.\ .%vk cu ;'rwfcctton ef an tfrx-tt or as Ayr
    ,'t, fretted Lion.rai'ertorhisprrr, nie*. until the triu-wpH, of hv-rty inulonger sae List, bit acne to the !ii&i>> C r% line t'yf. tfrt'f
    i Rf Wit*, voraciousUa 'ity, tntjthe a matter wf %j ecuiiti" or of which lie has Jbs rvcd throngbout ass the.,egg oo the tA rs and It ?
    r dpi t Ijtin of war-iU rapacivu* doubt SHe lira wined in her j-riefs- hoe glvriwos career, tbat toe talk IMW the i an e. "'nee IS MM*
    sp I knew, nor pr eveel, no >nor t, felt fur her ol'pm\tent--C"tt11'.rd .r his country .Ie his mosi imlK..duI.u. t>.e a of. which rnbrgt to*
    M no iigtuut. n>> t'tviliged .str.intl.- her sympathies an4 now tenders her ;' he tame +'lOhlf yoa filSotv>cititefis ballet.d.p' the "a wh i
    i T.cry wf dtMtiiand of. ttr mnatiai te unanimous irr.tutatieus of adistin- and frame fur the inhabitants tsar ts batched and the tm.& I
    I' watt ... .. Uj"m tlie mountains, and .'.ed the wf t'lwrtd .
    . .ui tewpte upon co umma- a. Ko cmtacfat adapted to "TgM*.,I thaK,,. f.naJly I
    a' .J nttJdt ttsrsafrysr-s'nbsiair tin li'M tie She has the of the .
    i i her ? % proclaimed peculiar siiuaiton people.ad fOr its prind. T&t.tcrrc" :
    .
    wai %iT rd -V,. *1t. u 'pointed-Our lit the world by a solemn act of her hiirnlr calcw.alctl to sec at r their .n, tbie fvinJin
    Fs 'r lJ\J nesttlhr.s. our Broth .tHnal) Legislaiuie, that she holds best interest aid their h.tp.; t.m- it cry respect to tb sc
    'r,. ", our Vster rtes ai,c,.' did in- I the provinces of New Spain and ..f *1 hat some ds.satii.artwuarose, is VMtf.i. .
    d; .:natdjr. 'f.1C" boA'';r t< mroa.jHplci M. free and be
    j vteo, independent.Let much to rrgrrtrd, but the wisest I i. The Ultt MUora attains ; ;
    hi t "rid." ..Tfttl" .tt.UI\ a:'r. us rejoice, fellow-ritizcns, in the and the best man littn ,ioukl not hartt.ruttded ,t,.''I't,.rorUICtpakJ in
    ti '.;vd tfut" l1trdt' ;n t ills11. march of fmJ.. and the defeat of lgil."% Ule discontents every aatitus., .1 the ptb cover I
    :- T. .a a'utpiicattnc \1 ,' rr. !
    in the dif-
    Let ibduicu
    r # drfii tim. us rejoice our wbun, he might grant t.tuf.sine Tb writer
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    sroatsa.
    isrtl' fusion flf civil HHerty, a.dbt" incxtin- flUe been called to prrstue suffice it asthe,pnoe of a r.w ni'e nU <
    aJ ''t'11.'tf. ....'4'. us fie* j' I ':' t'I.' ..ui'ia' rights of human ""!IIIt". Lei lit ,.), be discft.rprd his trust \\! i.n .t .. bh" mater rnmidc
    ir m lie .u-, wh 'se.tc n' rejoice that the example of liar /-.- sits traeuij, shot with' great ability, ti c.of tbu production in D;
    : : I..and soared to the semi tfirr has 'heen a light to conduit a distant mO.r tn.t fillac\h.a31 met the un- The |ffv* rat hiRh pricr (
    ofei*rrnalus'ic?, to lay t9e of
    wrongs deluded and l- of his .
    J ; oppreswdOf 'I".tlWd aphtwrituw guternmoot. .*.) and \lr pot being inl
    c. t fl'Jpl'lln' and "Jf'.Jin; coultrr.I from the depth of igttui rare and swttrrstitiun i t past of the United :
    I at iQ ft" fectuf an al1-+nerdful ntner.eIf the exalted mr\ of feed, f d.i
    this
    tr -. to m m jisttace to great inJhiual1 awM.-C t t wbttll\o veil I
    f IS_ po..t I>Jay wr nitask with more thanentSusiasm wHi h neither time or cireu.n anre this. II.."'"Z'.I', ii a talk i of any of onreitiacns, aa '
    u can afTrrf, so long as it is o.cr ha.lowed w* urn I humbly tonics myself injurU4r. mg tkwi to the northward fur
    W area t'1e u1\1 that tsrt'.larse, by vinue jml sustained (iy \aK r. llispunlscsersiccs i hatecunt.rnplaird
    l T.te aerie nf tae infuriate fry .111 stand t.
    Let us congratulate oor. lve. that kitb admiration -they I
    t4 A S1 L u eh'd oamat ste. fr mntj'. -
    j the,lorioussnprstruttottof frentom.was hate Haired the unaffected eulogy I
    wUct"untufU.4U11J..1Lu. for she }
    erected !it the hands and presertedSy ,of a rsirlui people, and are nog strr.,
    1 insurer'' in the name of my rrtrued the swords of oar t'mlhrrt ; and Upon t.. tablet of time, in letters of )t*. NitHtttA.t bad
    r- '. country; If van tie twmirtat 114''- that it isoar in<(TaMe pri urge to .m I C"t..I.lr Jo.-J,upon which futuregrftrr I irineil not to tratkble you any i
    In;'j.J Y e. Felliw Citizens it was to the fountain of univerv.J etn .n*,ipatioa .tionf may shed tears ofgraiiluur .' now Pith eitrrnws reluctance ,
    tVreAt4thc filit.trl9u. Washington.Tne and invite the n.to is .>l the r,nito 4 hlt.hill but serve to brighten I port," you. I WM convinced
    ,r IfoMstep of war had no sooner po- drink with us.of:ts fturrtoJr O'N Ilk lustre of the record. of c.I. Darnet cannot suffer
    Jut d the soil of his much 'loved country waters. Nor shall the history of his at.I bullets of the brain,and meant
    than he drew his estaujoy,in our colnmn
    gallant sword, "I lul in the AkSJiKM Hut waVc (mm ti#deep chieements be dearer to his country j ?
    I a.iJ n wore never to sh rath it, til the II Ph. But upon !
    Of a loot ngl of iL fcnts IAe C***** trvm than is and eter will be, to his personal -
    landiof our fathers should He free. one remarks and insinuation
    urine I friends, the recollection of his pri*
    \fierthe unprincipled advance oft To the hcDcstlut tease from their rrn tar*% rate tirtues. Here in our hearts shall not be passed entirely ,oot t'
    British troops in seventy five from ctrl leap his memory be embalmed, whilea I, bet kIp being( persuaded to
    Boston to Concord, and the glorious f To gather link on 1 J rnj'*ttaine t spring. life remains to which this consolation to a brother f+*p
    Contest at Lexington, no alternative Their fcttm aft broken, their tjnaUaiv 8<.|, mortality may clinir. I:to h**,taken tKo storm at
    I w.s left but to resort to arms. The And the hand.of the Voni lAd the loath Mull .J4Mkr.. the fame of Jackson: is I I of tninc. Do indulge me,
    lif- stream of our citirrnts had been unite dearer to none whbinlbe sound of moment t supposed}ou were
    ,
    I J spat: oy an unprovoked enemy and To raise ocV the to rah, of the (fenem dead voice than to selves. With you1 my.t I I enl and impartial to.insert ror
    vrji. fanre was our right-According A temple of bunor.tu d crow n it with","."* the firstbuddtngs your of his transcendant they were iD teeonamrndation

    ,} ly 4n the same year, the Congrrs (hasin -, Yes, my countrymen, Mtis liberty alone military genies were displayed.Hy |,ate to lr.lrrona igh,and little
    f resolved upon defensive measures that gives the flower of fleeting life I n tour side, he has often risked his life I!;weft to be judged too dut
    ) ppoint.rd.alhington., with its lustre and and withovt *ac p..e..w by a*
    a
    pefume, 'all were I j and fortune, fur the honor and happiness -'
    vnaiimous vote, to the comma,id in weeds without it." Let as therefore of his eO.DIfJ-w itb you he has !in the shape of editorial :
    Chief, of all the forces r.i.edt and to hope there beats not in the bosom ofj'I feat lessly mounted the war-tide, and deed betray a tttlc of what
    be raised in the coltunirs.WLien honest ifs efirvne A*/ How can yea
    any American a heart, that does I!! looked undismayed upon the raging of;
    thus called un to conduct the not leefi to hear that Sorih li'r.\),,. i!! the battle-he has always met victoryand prate tllu in me, si n escitcment
    *M to nnpltaiant lran.Qt
    ariMifs of H* country how diffident Jmrrka hInd and that the shackles has never tutvm flptll-wur' i
    era, usurped control have been severed then the recollection of his deeds in .If'
    ., ac -'-ptanee of tar high trust confided I link by link, until tb'wbole chain is four hearts and proudly bear his fame- .Yon speak of "the party
    r, to hi in ?-And bow 'qnju"tly he estimated broken and destroyed. the of men bobav uniformly
    upon points your bayonets, So ure of the constituted .
    hit capacity to he the leader of A further of
    recapitulation the >gra* shall 7ov evince your love of country nothing belt malevolence !
    ; his countrymen to victory, can he bet. ted outrage and attrocious injuries your love of the profession you are engaged and ,
    of
    te-hu .uhradaht,h.I'JT tier history of his immortal, practiced by the parent country, upon In, and your high admiration of ,\ttf htcspable no palms rendering to obntnict the race !
    famethan
    would my fcrility the inhabitants of these states during the war worn veteran whose fame iseternal. I confetw
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    11 bit' was surprised. a .it
    a > enable me ti do. Sufficeit a protracted and devastingwar would :
    to nay, he continued in the service] but serve, on this occasion, to swell Fellow-citlzeniin conclusion r' every body in I'eMaeoIa,to
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    I of Mi country Until'i i ity three, when your resentment against m people, oil me to tender to you,as one of yourselves per. east charge using from around the Us PUl seem* :
    every
    hr. ' . common whom our arms have twice
    vanquish most sincere
    my congratulationon
    tit hat el all
    *** cad you pmubly
    ww' i feWv ;"r."M; the Indcpeaucaccfais -'edanl with whom we are no* enjoy. the happy profpect which now i i.g such a aabgnant 1"1'
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    'I valor u4 aLobi.flei. I ins the bieuloj of peace and sod fell prtttnu it self to ni. Fortunate in t tI fatal U every emwnunUf, !







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    4, rtpt IUdl But'WI"c.InMton/.' Of lh.t The-ou\d.n.h he ahooU bare rrrC1'-throw to sgt calculated station ssifmed W m.'rt rs'me<,11 in,9niost a manner ftt\t are: f otlce, ate C 1\t'e.. .

    tt.b& 'oJ me a mcrepe&ator. expectations, I tbcrrrutr a-'umt th as ted ,,out, as it is To .l1I'DltlrUARD ,'VCatwoehan have bun inured J that Job*
    blr oran\"otJltI'JKl"IIOn to Dr. B. it wfticient unctions with great diffidence, and the regulate with prudence vnnecesstry and J. EASTER, sad Peter Mitchell of thi*
    a die ryri 01 some persons to eicludc the of. most anxious solicitude for the result the Government of the wisdom ATTORNIES AT LAW tit,.hare by*indrr deed recently moctfired
    !
    bung*outer ndkto hold him.p confidently Territory, is TT AVIXG aMciatrd to direr penotM eJtlw their
    00. :*kr fro" relying on your liberality not lest desire tft4ihes ui practice*. individual
    your than mite. The ., creditors of the late firm
    aid contempt. We are told that for a A 1 tender t&etr ptnfatioal Mrrkr to the .
    4.if.. L ndicuk; ; towards the PpsiuthfLuUtx charitable indulgence of any errors interest feeling, and wishes or the I I sw&be. flay nH nctk. ia tK* Federal anti of Carnocftaa & Mitchell oe others aB> or tun-
    | antipathies which I
    IW no may commit,aad on your People wbo have lately beeooae claims Tmttorul f'MTU M Weal Fkrirta. and in the dry the property and estate both real and per '

    ". 1 : should I wisdom for iruidance and I aural M the aaxl firm aa well.their own indi- ;
    of Federal Add
    1 nnnetofzhml.tlrshisp support; the United States, ought to be State Coons ia Akbairm, ball at
    ffiaiiUT dct rvpei- all I dare I victual property and estate,consisting together .
    MoUle
    promiseis, tretltude of intention consulted, and treated aM BUkth Tfce ftjrwxr w>U tx located
    14It' : gaaj>us,be may by alnorreoncil'atoryornduct strict impartiality and and with candour I at PenMC k. rail the later at Mobileami of houses testy lands-tore*,w hartenegroet,
    a tort liberality. -Let us, by our acts, &e. in 5atannab and Darien in Ueorgi*or the '
    do.**y *llb that unfavorable iail>rc *'onwjjrust .stint zealous exertion they wilt per+ their exited attention to all
    - him. InconclupuU on my part so I prove to them that they are regarded bo i tar cbtrtMtcd to t&eu Oft.r..lNfth. neijchborhood thereof and ctowbere with .
    ''et ; at rrncnhpanl -: discharge the duties assigned mr,as l>v tit, as Brothers of the same July -d' then interest or share In the stock of the
    1i1s- .i.h that the .frr"s. friends Mere to merit your approbation. great Lower Steam Mill near Darien and sundry
    '{ prudent in advocating b1 nterul. Nouj As the first family. Healed (Jpo1)ab, sham in the United States Bank and other
    rt I Legislative body astern Gentlemen, I rely with confidence ftnk is well wmliy debts die to them inVSMWS
    h.d .;illb l'Nadcd for Instance that theycsterday bled in this "VT"1LL be received by me until F
    r
    I Territory, ,r are called on your support,and with candour and places beanies Lux!*, lots negroes Sic
    1t grtimUnccof; which lr. II inytc upon to pctfurtn a task ..f great importance promptness: shall T I' the 1st of September next for in the territory of Florida and particularly one
    pontrscudbyafcw nwijths 'residence at to its future welfare find my part you ever the famishing of one million of Urge tract of land bought of Forbes&Co. I lying
    'ItL jipjiijifltonean'be put its competition with required we are me ready to sanction and (Derateuei hlUt& for the Public works at Mobile between the n,tr St. Marks and Apalacfucol ha,
    to ly the foundation;
    of the of
    tried and deep rooted intimacy which ("ol- taw and your arts as will tend to the Point. 1 he Brick munt br 8 inches in the mtory of Klcrxla aforesaid. i/
    .14 got eminent of a Territory harmony and These e
    'e of are hereby to caution; the
    with all that if Ie prosperity our new long, 4 inches wide and 2 inches public
    gwthufunned "cmra > which ,
    1 at present, although l ut little country That Honda will in a few agpuiwt parchMin any part of the said prut>frr.
    pi ,1)ui) tnoui in the American moral cnn tel.ynrthsteenthe"fine known, perhaps destined at no hears assume a rank thick soo/xio of which arc to be Je- ty or estate so coo*eyed,or any other property
    very the states of
    110 talents and bigfo- distant among livered between the 1st of October bttonfwg to the soul Carnoe han and Mitchell.
    day. tu become of
    themoat It
    one our
    cultintod; education ". the former can and rrr>t happy Cnion.if her citizens and thr 31st of December 1822 and or cither of them t*t bold prior mortgage OB
    ' Ii j wealthy resp.'CUMe members i.f are united and her government justand the gyrated part thereof hJch are neon
    the on
    balance remainder the of
    1st
    "db by
    in the i mr leg-kit, April, ,
    r t eta the American confederaey. Let wise 'I in the Savannah and
    as, cannot be do fJtnt. 'I Damn afore-
    I*
    1 IIt2'. '
    tl We 1'aChurk
    tfcMb n jn callij rn lIf-
    " .I.-t thc..tcrorcnuitt in the work Pith b:r- On these moll principles then let -. tong C. and equitable bens f
    ran planter, a hose aclinU, enter, The proposals mast be accompanied on all the
    /Jxtt of said John Carnochan
    and
    and
    moat good will 1!,and by the usefulness u% all cordially unite to cncrrase the property i
    -M' and pern.irauce,allow that be ciijois a by SO brick, as sample* and will Peter Mitchell
    1l' t'ld StfV. ( fnrl.botasatiafythe exprcta- respectability and wealth of our country state separately the price M atj(''I ILUAM CHRISTIE Savannah
    rcA! J-n.'u A PUOPIUCTOULN) rUOItlDA.T.t.r.i'.iKTmx i tons vf the proper of Florida and tus-' by muting into oar Territory a which such brick will be delivered per at j %* The Editors of the Courier and City
    , tify the the ot.fidrnce of the President population aetivr and enterprising fcuette, at Charleston i Floridlan at Penwco-
    -- wharf on Mobile Point and the brick
    r Mid Congress of the United and lit eerier, at MiJledgeTiHet RepubLcan.al
    r : or Thr.l1l1aJl'LY.Of States. tiy promoting her agriculture and Yard. I
    Alabama
    Montgomery, ; and Chroniclr, at ,1
    '
    .daa l.rifc and cubic The ewinc*! then proceeded to cteet their commerce. It ,I
    1,1 + rejH cwnp will be understood that unquestionable Angmu. are requested to insert the above
    . n1'KCrs--t+twn titer l; mm t' C wmor wit Your fellow Citizen, { ad crtwment week until
    M iif&trfHuand u. 6tary,uuitrtimcxldmibug eta bonds and securities will be once a countermand .
    clrrV
    1 (' iniurwn of the anm ution ef the lit,rf ,etfitrat't wii 1It aftt\abu. N. Urwa *aj elected \V*. P. DUVAL executed on the part of the Unite d ;I cd. anal font and their accounts to this office for '

    A.. The eon.pany jurtwt an rsci Ic : fhe et+ut,c l being now orgintMMr. Trntacola, July ?2, UK.OanttMMl States for the faithful performance of payment.June 2'J .
    4.I"ct'Prod! fill't11(JC.on.. After ab.e.tl' .auras utottrt, UI.t Cknrmorbe itv eH r* l-- ffnotltftl Ut-l the leguUlirc ctwfarit.is e/ the i9f.rfwr". n rs ,be prated in
    , Cuil""ingttnut,. M'erc hlrrwt-:4i. 11. LtrlI4th bdsinere. MO ft- t'-ir-- .. aitr t artic concerned. TO 'rilE F\:1\L\C.:
    t4trruaflt And )'. U.llcr
    1 } Illr.itlU lift..id;,.::g, assisted fa} Jo ., J (akht r .cw upviflterl a ccaaaitte* fvrMr. IM tnmiani e oft),. r.woI. H. E. DE RUSSEY
    t'ply-yarn/u.MI. that .tp. sage u.a..n totlsr Jts fies.ry.ra.nIrred yes, Capt U. S. -:ng. J. CARXOCHAX and P. )MITCHELL are
    TO.1STf. Micr reporuxl, that the eoountaee ha l4 1-Oor'OItnt, 11xn.orj C'A'l1tt wasted Zen car.irw{irwv lad K nv4 tor amsa raG awl Mat,'.* tt aMJmru) to report BWtndl .i July UM 1 bf.E7 eeond notice of)&. Christie who fu* undrnihtcdljr -
    :-1\C OJ of General Cto '' dash.j4s .tf'. dud be.* i MarVelf: tlvtntttJa A ill ..(. to talc a maetl.rw .' +nawaa..n In r3 a.Last. t. the P* eV. The Editor of the Louisiana finally liquidated on the decwion of the suit
    -111(' }. we cehbr4e-.4t< gate in the ..t.. .. tr. fttft..1 M a e.. of laser.I Gazette and of the Floridian are reqaestrd now pending they will try to satisfy u won aa
    frM MI .imponant actcmon, of; territ \y.w.. Ir.. I aN and Mteryr. yens sppt ue.. t. '*Nr. HJIrr.H.j..'.!.uMt lta ku% to insert the above until the poW>le thereafter 4
    r Jacksonsmarten.rlhrPresalcntuf ted a C.WMW.IIIC. to clean 1Giha uIII1 .> .. t..h.iI ,"t" $0 "...Ih o h .w Oltwrwne."a 1st of Sept. anti forward: their account The deed under which ),,. Christie claims t
    the lasted ta.k.dehtJlIt1d'Ch. ,suns rut the I ttwa a.o./y \J... Ito;_ (sib J. and to the Engineer Office Mobile Point. an eiclusae! right to all the real and per nil t
    ''., A tn..gie .srttrired rfttCL. ( ntttsal V "r, .." a$ nMrd A .; 10 tike ,at elate of Camochan& M.tchcll.are eon.dtrtdas ,
    5-The kadx of Department.ndtredom. ComlJ1.f' In .f at \\jdtMi Scaxtartirnllemrn amd .au 1U4. .o n* .tll' taK sa prety 4us ( the _July |.HJ9lSc4fei. irtfortrul unjust and illegal. Hence they 1
    rut..: fit.ttt w sat M "***- ***.. .. erthly t. 1M Proposal* have been brought and are still before the \
    .lie Ea-I'lrsiJecu of act tI e.+'jtfi M,.n'fir ttdNjKI. ai.flu Court. and other deeds have been executed
    ( the Listed SUt .
    { of the Lrgtltte C uefiCircumttkncrs A 11 ILL l I" received by until theY and
    me
    .iiunx and L4t>rn>.. t..A t *>, 4V. i i A* aiie4ac ittllrt. recorded conveying the property for the
    -M-.for Co Ural) A Andrew I Jackson tail over "bids we !isadno WCft app % -..1tn. todr-fta hd f first of September next fortbe ue of an these creditors )IJ'.t onsue included;
    In i'.i'lithe: cnutmul have pt rentrd u.,froinmectiug rttt.., tic qrartrM oM ed fetes'!? feet a furnishing of Four Thousand Oar* without any trust or menabon bcnch&alto :
    K lilt' ntj/fhs of Florida tjtborenin the ".rlit"r.I'rust bfHtetC'rt no 6 .c-I. rri'V a. iris or SHELL LIME for the Public C. St !,. or their fan lic,. acct if. ot not

    gym' \ inr-Y rd-"li) unwn there it strssrgth.' ricius inconvenictice will crank fats IN..... )k. r..1 .r yM4ds.Mahera15 Works on Mobile Point-two thousand agreeable to that gentleman, it must no rttcIr -
    _\.A'lku: UU Ut'1111. I... Melt .. II t. the, to.wl.tfa.Mt *,appear fur and ctni.tablc to the public and
    of the United the dt-Iaj. li etil.rave / .a barrel of which are to be -deli .11.bO.,t a W IC of jlL ce. .
    tf1 till-'hrnc army Starnaskt11)atwher SL.te#-llwior Permit me"to call rour attarti nn tosumc 1/.1.- .-""-..1.- .- .,.-._-..-_trtyaSty. -.-.. .a.._-._ ._ nr between the Itt or October and The Trustees under the late deeds are

    1 _'ilu. bevy-Tcnanti *c>r tIc tdpc*t, feu of the tna y sutiject, on ,.. 1ft.. tit .t111.of hr Jht of December, 1822-the other anitous to sell the Lands in 'Florida alluded tom
    f. 1. |uLt gt-ncrous Ly feature tahjiitt/ which you '*ill Led it iictrJ to :r. ,Saul, E4ait p.t I.agtMar tItL "ap.- tato thousand between the 1st of January the notice of Mr. I. and to apply the proceed
    f.."IUT lid Italy gislatr the Superior Courts fur tis'% ., p**? *K w a fciite cjurtrr ffeftrmi and 1st of 1123 to the immediate payment of part of his
    i in
    April
    ..
    hirer en r | and demand,and to deposit sufficiency thereof
    J-The MiLu; rut Jinn, Freeui n. car M n ; nds aath.r4 Ie to
    -"'01" I'alot.; I Territory catiiMt t.tdjM'.l1tn". t. ;.4t I'M, nan,by Ml art era.. The customary bonds and securitiesfor cover all his clans subject to the ciec.s.on of
    12-south Amcric"'V tly, fen l ttr of in it.itu-i of debt or coairsnt* wider > *f.ndw t* |r. et Aril a p.tllae r. the faithful performance of the the Court-but his oppos.tM to any re.-,naMe J
    ,i in .<.ii'' h.,()' 'is worthiA wlioIctlcttuU itj one hundred dollars Ihf rii>r Court ., ..rtwd, M M. Amt, JSIt Contract will be exacted on the part uJeitas one interested in his own rght
    i<. .al;. ."-Hdif" and I*'. : aught them fure to he tiaiislirfi ftltr ., a..";' .m -.toutrasa..t ra.e r s..irv4ut1 ttuuew of the United States whilst injuring all {urt.es concerned r,it bc ,
    i > _:I",1r! Vr of Florida Our twl .till,and I of ." t. .C. "t. HdtftWlo.joihic ary borne until a sale can be made under an order I
    purKH ,\r \IIM. Tome haste to the W tsldita .
    1'lld'\11111 t TOASlis. i, small ftuni5, and wills Micfc fontn ... Iit,.'... pertatr4 The ptt&Areas M.\to t8titffr Qjftrt, .'/"!/, I'HIII, Editors of papers who insert Mr. Chritt; .Va

    II! tie Prr.dna.ra14-to i ttO' n.- nary!* t"', 1tSftt". maid .blew hraa/wr, tt.J any Mart ,.,iJNuH a ferrr July li/4, 18 2:. notice will please insert the above until fus u r-
    71* ..ClHmC -Vrcnn jinn t.argil tLatsctet n.iTaest. hy the or".suc law, M a bsturtitsusted'kitts ",r nw t t.. L.lilt tier a a at) 'at. Jsaasaria. : & he Editor of the Louisiana wHhdrs,and rotward their bills to tiusoihcf. t.
    V' m justified in a bcl >i.<, v ill bi trkixl with liixk-pciKJefCr,firtu i Mills teo'Tift. UK CUMHC.I OM M..rwcrLflcw J. C. Si P. ;1.I'ItOGit.11t.1'l'1 .
    Otlief mat quested to insert the abuse until the -
    n.-'t:>lad\ UltKL i j y ag l,.
    Jh1. ;< c/ ",,, L tees ui t'utux wituib their rrapaheCUi '[IM iMut4H a air I Jt,UM CMxicfl pracvMlVtt 1st of Sept. next, and furvird their 0.' .
    11 1 1,. nit awry H the Itll J4}j lt loHwr "im f JJduMt l i .tt"'1. They shvuUH aIM pus.t se to list cltCtiMi d.kfr.s.r yj dust.a Atli accounts to the En. isccr OtHce, on ._ a
    }: the 'lai<. warm tk
    lit. tt \utuli. 'I and (.fiminal casa<11 BOt fMaby ifcpita Hit rdtl.c'r110! rwtr htsdsletf 1Ntxtv'r.It' lite Arts t 13uurat. .U appnMt4 a cueenuer t. .
    f< Chief in and the
    "ji te** over Sutc of South
    .
    ;\ a h I.t", and 11. gnrrt o1 t. ccauruu)- 4itt It tor tW erar.4.{to ff Ute \Uuu\m\\uu\ V\l-S \\\\nI'5. .
    Sumc 'j.i C o. Airtfi \ ... ,un1 pro .Irtd .j IJt c..ae.t 1M.oejesz.r rLtlardwaJh .
    /.. .11.'/.t'I;.,..*,. 1 j t by trMrk the d...K now petMttt* tin 1 .IIeIr 11EREAS, 1 have: received in .
    ( j:. .'iiilh-r-Alttro of I wugt ." r- I he srtcrat ewers .r Flori' ..f lie )tr. !.* tear ikr ean..ii( tpntimtA tre A OME t lt".1.1 "V formation that JAMES T. WixV r

    -I'll 1 ttj }I trans e" .v1 to tr.r Superior ctya ri%,and drift rlr+ atnl rrxtsl.at" fat a. S last, the subscribers lasses who, in connection with other
    lJI.lIr.1011. jto (ntccUH W UK kgwetrro.wsmc I trade nary purchased
    T}.. ii.th.on i f Napoleon r"IS'1IHt'. IHcf'1.mi I such iuf'-rior 1 tihunals U youtnacreate. \ .Iaw .. eIlpkd.1o rw-JIIft of \\ .\* II. (oar. .orVir. evil disposed persons,.did. on or a"uut L ;

    .J. *old'if': lU! wiHw. t* CI't'ttwd.J' lyres t..nW tiwkt to itte ts.tiaes. gini'..At Marion Court House Mississippi the 25th of May, feloniously take from t
    c ,.rate n at. th :Vo'' tA A ... .... r.; 2u .llcascf of A Penal or Critnwalcbar .1 cwmefl tU* -\. s*'nn negroes of tbe following several citizens or this state, a i.umber '
    _, :;h'- n::. ft(- :sa I, ." 1.1! the vatcru tA t. tttrJt. coIku'4iltd 1b'
    sll di.tI d thn any otfccr to secure fail aidwok bas sptswarrtl. a.'l s.Iobolt 30 years old five feet reaching the state of Georgia j "
    I hit ar used a fair and impartial trial. nay,aft e.da tie where he was with his confederates / ."
    | tkven
    ." ( 'fIt.hllU'f1..: J to pre knaldt e. tSarca.tats t inches high, heavy made, of a
    .' '. f.r IIr-Alt cf North 'iv! Iv Jia.JJ n) tbi' Ht of Congress "taSli,hi.R jownrdoeatr Mtbslay ada sit.tr dark complexion, has a smalt blemish apprehended, and delivered into the +

    yo'"'I iii tluly.ppnc.ltct h;. pNdac: uri, j tie ;cmmcni of the Trrrilory t 1 r in his right rye, and has an impediment custody of several citizens of this state .a
    ahn b.x <>ntj>U' t teem sb' I l'lur.d4tne laws in farce at the pat / +ettrtlikat Il pssa rsf ek 1ll4la! "L in his speech. who were in pursuit of him 5

    (',.. II 11oct.;manl: l K vtww:up(b. I'( di4agilI4Kih atial '' rat. of .tic 4Ct. not inconsistent with lAu yf ehe Ski 1 adp J1.4".1'11.. MINC.O-a ycllqw fellow, 19 years dud ir&trra/f, it appears that the

    .. ; ..(C"fI'Ip1.I.H' u, at.t Pilei' ; the Constitution and the lams of tbet"n S rece.sed from the passengers old, five feet three inches high, speaks said James Williams did. on the r +
    .-. . t. d Slats 11 arid wt o came to tow. night of the 10th of June inst. effected
    Ji I h"IIN'" < /" d'- rcUting to a. asj I up yesterday stow when spoken t*., and has a down
    II v .i ncl..j-idgitj $',.1Ji .Ippun'ft1rtt j i ill :red 'Ylb. act, shall rontinur in morning from ship l latd the following look though uncommonly active and his escape from the said party of citizens .

    I' <. .,.d f th<' f. :. f./r />**i Honda, ittecUit furc*, until altered, modified or repe Iatticusats of the lots of this seatel. polite, and very fonts of carrying on a then at the residence of Col
    < 't'hation.
    i ; s: !
    .
    il III ( Simon I5olnar Itic I tldm&4n of Vte.H Tbeuncettainit as to the laws art- 1 br Lady Washington of and front IS years old, about five the most vigilant and

    .J' la.-Mut' In hit al t jl't ,CI4ft it)tic cabinet a1t sally in force in".Iurid), rendrts i iz it St. Xu;.stfne, Last Florida, bound tu feet four inches high, very dark com active pursuit, has not since been reta

    u,h( ell u.rl&l\t jn tJjfidfL j, '",urd ity to Fist tuthrTerritory the iVHs.colj, sailed on the morning: of plected, shows his teeth very plainr6.w ben ; 1 therefore: -deem it proper to issue t

    n.1I (./d. lferr.Tut ium of such a cola as can IH- clearlybody the :Mh of May with the followingfattrtiirers nnk.n tn. and i. unfomnxinltrslow this my Proclamation, hereby oft

    _1'fI'rTOI'the rnerls.;crtizt,n t-qUMIIJ.I"-a !eUierktif/n; Ii!.trM-U fc.a i tMt:. and r.drnte-- und..ncnnd_ww_.. -.. .- ...1. .1-...." _.._. .ei. nn board sit: Melsf in c Ms movements, and limps -a .rift?. reward f THREE 1II7V.DRED .

    adv l..nd. For tic 1wHd.Cf'--t wtwk.1)-edIht ".f the people. Thr civil Code, as j UtrlKw1. i! rnam. l'w, (rarmbrf of little in walking* occasioned from the DOLLARS, to any person .

    S'I' -,i4 rcguhttioii ridl LtupLtu and *ul -|- in farce under the Spanish jro'rrninirnt tithe Lrgialatite ct until of Florida,) kick clan horse- | or persons who shall apprehend i I

    fO.nai.orl. I was not aiw':ys th<" .am in iierj,.Gaitber, Haclley, and Ilines. After AGCiY-a large black woman,II the said James T. Williams and deliver .

    fce rral I'rorin-mah" ti her la. ':lcjiierieftrinc an alternation of calms about 27 years old, weighing upwardsof him into the custody of any Sheriff

    IBUCEEUINGS CtU\n F liiH. 'LEGISLATIVE were of necessity local in their character ; .nd squalls she pit into Matanzason goat weight an excellent house servant within this state. And I do request all

    Monday, July:2 IL.:, 1823. I --and rested on decries. and or-:| the :ld of June to pel a supply" of and seamstress, and very neat in the citizens, of this state,and enjoin& .all

    Tu c da* at 1': ocl'ck the tutiuv'Mig1 memVr .I,f' din ft, rs not now to bp obtained. |jwowl, wake and protiiions. the her dress. Also her two children : civil officers charged with the exet u-

    ,.,Uu'lxgi! .latne L'oi'.nc.l; appnuvd and I advise! thrtcfoie. that the common procrrdrd on Wr toyajte the i6th and JIM a boy about 4 years old; and don of the laws, and the preservation

    al i" r d to their names, t it :-Jasv. C. Ilro1to law be adopted. as the hU of our wade the first land at Capf St. lllat, LYD1 \, a girl about two years old s of the public tranquillity to use their 1

    M I MI. William, It chard K. fall. Fxln.imd Jant 102"', John Code, engrafting upon it such piotis-,,.n the 4ih iht'. and Pensacota on the both dark compl ttttl. best efforts to apprehend the said offender !

    ( it uiiury ( "t'r Reynolds and Grot Murray n. llatiratn-*Lo,.I f ions of tier civil law at *rr!*U t alruLied 8ior ihg of the 7th. Tbr pale increasinjr JANE about IT years old, rather so that be may be brought to I ''c

    ki, i i M anuijonlyof wliolccojnc.I, the 1..1 to securer to our citizens, an am see was una' le to enter the port, bright complected about four feet ten legal trial. S .

    Uhf adtuiH'NUred. the ontli tu tLc.n, tu sup: pie, fcpeeVlj and certain mini for any and obliged; to lay too. On the morn inches high, and accustomed to work. fie is represented to be about twenty

    Vit>'".t'>?*the*they ron' continue itution vf chizcot Uic Uiuted tli AUUo; Injuries they may sustain .ing wf for 9th, she shipped a heavy ing on a farm. At the time of purchasing four years of age,"5 feet 10 or 11 inches

    4.t.dre the duties of their office.faithfully, and tw J,j. That there exist tertous objections tea, which stove in her companion her was in a state of pregnan- high, of fair complexion, with eyes of I

    m/ltotLc bert of their abilit-wi.l ; I IJ! to the common law, cannot be denied. < way and threw tbe sloop on her beam <*. a yellowish grey color and small whiskers -

    lIt Miller then mtn'ed, that the bOt1te do j j Too often we ee Justice yielding her rude and took in a considerable qtian- The above negroes were placed in plausible in his addresst and of, I

    leis for>'cfc proceed; to. the election of a .n.t-I : best and most tarred rights to the'IIt1"r water, the righted immediately the bands of GCOKOK PASs toar4JtTta good appearance. It is confidently stated ' ..
    P.oton u rjcpcjtdcd HyVwother from skill of the amt it considered rend that he is one of an extensive and ''
    running leader was prudent to
    totuorrow 11 o'cluclt A.'Ian). tl.Cljoununf''t'Jncli motion fjnt4 pre4 ed UH.'Irr it*unbending forms and rigid 'fber, as it appeared that the had tot where said negroes have never arrived. lawless gang of desperate persons, infesting '

    ledaiid then the house *dj< 4riedTttetdey 'I rules-yet direst it of these e*ilk.-tall sufficient ballast to enable her to lay Passmorcley is about 50 years of age, this and the states of Alabama,

    Jly .. r'Jin the aid oftHec'nil law to simplify too. This was accordingly' done, and about six feet five inches high, strait Tennessee, and Georgia, and the ter- ..

    The Mr. nronaugfa .M aaU..u to tuur.. (the ml s and forms of Judicial procee- i']after scudding three and a half hours L.._.;_,_,.. datI. tt.tf. t.t.-... ._. .!.*.... M.....rV. rho" or.-.Iorida.to either ofthe I ttep w1
    cotincil then -- -
    t>roCi t-uJ ti. tiv .lu- .-. din '. jinH An .t, under bare noV (the 1 --.w .I. .b" of which bit is he will direct '
    w a In *unv th > atttiuni fir.li _. __ eantxin and_ whiskers br coach. supposed
    Prudent n u
    by ballot-*' hft..1 :i --r---n n I profession a
    ., tot clrrtion *.i tl .*tis on which seteral of the mate at the helm) she a lee larch his course. r
    umuiin>oucly, vf JIMIIC t'. Uru- common I I gave maker, a native or the State of Maine,
    aaugb o, ':.& law actions rest and )ou may com! and upset In this perilous situation and very fond orcompID' Given under my hand and the seal j4

    The I'reMdcitt the tlienVtcuto made t.M"e..tid-ci !bane whatever is excellent in both systems -! the remained about IS or 20 minute, The above reward will be paid for of the State, at Charleston this 22d

    'i1tnpriatc suLlress.crntlcMen council. in the 11u"irta1..1 j and avoid whatever is objection the crew and passengers clinging for the negroes alone, and fifty dollars for day of June, in the year of our Lord '

    .j able in either, as a distinct code. The safety to the side of th* *e tct. when I the body of Patnmoreley on applica one thousand eight hundred and twenty

    The flattering fat Lrgklative Council.' civil taw has long been in farce in the righted, and two hours after the dOD to IIURT c. UCTCHUO, Mon. two, and the 46thof American Inde -

    late called manner in which )ou Florida; the tales to real and personalestate run on the beach of Ship Island. .\ ticello,Georgia Jacoavs GOODWIN, pendence. s
    Die to
    honorable h preside o\cr this being founded upon it* you can on board saved.fjMr. near St. Augustine, (E. F.) THOMAS BENNETT

    find, emotions body,which. excited in my, not make any radical 1t.tratiob.1 as flaither one of the passengers, JACOBUS GOODWIN By the Governor, .
    I
    shall not ali1'to affect i is also a member of BEAUFORT T. WATTS t
    tempt to d .tribe. I existing rights. our Legislative HENRY. HUTCHISON.V Sterettryo
    should
    has tcrjj;: It will readily eo.MiL] :/ State
    i"j reat injustice occur to you Gentle The Editors ofthe Savannah Georgian
    tomy:; feeling were I mm. that Revenue .
    it
    a
    tv with indispensably -- Floridian Pensacola Georgia
    hold from ; :
    ef my sincere, and )OU, an l rxprc%iori necessary. to meet the expenses which t \'\" N\CnOlu1S, Journal MiltedgefiHe.wilt insert "Pens&coUv \\on'ksto-rc.

    vdgemrnts for this j grateful arl.no-,: mint arise in the execution of our local ATTORNEY LAW, the above four times, and forward ther JUST RFCJ.rJ-RD .. J

    of your confidence.distinguished mark. )laws, and the subjects proper for ft ONFIXESMs pntlttt"d.d. accounts to Jacobus Goodwin St., AN ADDITIONAL SUPPLY OK 1

    Conscious of pos+'ssing but little i attention.
    practical experience of the forms or Ir. your July 20, IS22.-tf S\\\ \ & laO l ;.
    ; f! tic n""tees
    en 11 en of the l>fislatlre (' Willi
    illation, I 'V'rt1 &c Seew. "
    but YtWer t
    am
    jtoo sensible of tell ,
    latdc my the subject on which you will PHINTINCrA [ litu\\ug, .
    uacytodischarbe HASELL HUNT
    the ditties ,
    ofj i jccssarilr be compelled to Lr roify,rxtctittd at tAU '.lie,. For aoc at this Office July CT. IJd.-UD SI

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    tenders' h.s
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    \T T\ ispL i pro HU& IvaT ) ,.
    J '!" "JIE operation ul these powders Remaining in the I -._t nil (P. I'I'I1IUOO' \SJCOL.I B06Kix STORE, 1) rational services to the citizen nOOUS tl.tUY1D 'via,

    i Ji. perfectly mild so as to be used la, which If not taken out within three or TIIKFOLIO of PensacolaHe may be found one 19TJSG in I1t

    tits safely by person* in every situ-- months, v.ill be sent to the General J1111LE door raM oil;. W. Barktey's store on CON 'which they part oer c4th.roe f 110.:.. .'

    lion and, of every aje.-I'hey are excclkmljr Post Om>e, as dead letters. the public green.-tf. Hnndy. o .
    adapted to carry ulfsu| etfluus ti:: "'I-ener* marked thus belong AX ASSORTMENT OF -- (;in. Putt

    bUC".and prevent its morbid seerrtionsMo the Army, and thusf to the NJVJT. NOOKS JESSE nOrSON r1'int.Conliak. 11f't(
    p restore and amend the uppcliic A.-S.T. Anderton. J. Andtrton,2W. I'act'ft\: .. 1
    \1. .I-flf.f v-kWh .rrfAefeilrsring : CUt\\\\\\ iun Mrrrltnnt Doses Claret. c11t4.. I
    I .
    free and there Andrews. Stevens Ayers ,
    proiiuce'u perspiration I* .**.. JIaDI..1: ;
    by prevent colds, which arc uftrn .if fa* ba. 2, I'. R. AlWrti. hrrae.Ionahtpctta.l2tol+. rrrf/lPfIIl" the flierl", Cuter suitable for not. :
    tai' consi'qurnces dose never fails tore B.-\Vro. plant Judqc J. Branch 2, Il.ct"s Tb4+ s'al Itts+sstfT, ..JI.L faithfully attend lo :any business lung! Coft'tt"! ;:
    no\c a cold if taken on its first ap- J. Holt. J, I*. ilanii'tCt. *J. Harry, I- 1t ebin ra's. tI Gr 3 of f aptwui.Ji1 : 1' entrusted to him.. He Porter Ate.-Drttcr,, 9pe. :.1tIhtstanl

    1 P'Jtulct-lher remote hahiiunl cos 1 I HrlJer (;. \\'. I.co.J.; W. Bbkely, Wor\... has. on hand for sale low for Cash or tancn aJIII; ....,
    R. Ham.n C. nohm, C&tttt'St Tho.Itrrlcr. t'eta oa tbt I's.woe S mires, Capns I;
    sickness the siomarb undsevere I COTTON
    titi Less, at k.mrtt1t rcucs.1: spaat: ......
    liead-arhe-also an cfTi-c oal J. Urady, 1-. Itouquic, Capt. "t1 Nttalar.pnrlb..IRlsets, Ladies. and gentlemen's Boots and imcjuice. Ftw i..

    Cure for the scurtcy.scorbutic blotctars Brad Ir r.C. t'Iretrrkl4's Leaner' Shoes of every description. Pilot and Ship Dread Of,
    and all impurities in the liluod, submit .--M.CaalhuJ. V.Chawdler 2,7- vlttMrrtoT the WClft.t" Boys and Children's do. it. it.
    Carro. -J. Casts, .\. Cam,J. B. Cura- r'alrwUe "tint', t M.fr Uec pt flock, ALSO,
    t tu tht'ir happy ,' 'I'Ctl ; whether proceeding sett.t1 Coarse Shoes for Negroes.A j CM superior W bite .
    min J. C. Cheatham it.. t from constitutional ailment or .w,,'. A ppeeL..tel.p' 'i""Cbn.II".I great variety: of Brushes..Combs . 4 do. niGthtlrnn &
    j t'uiii ;' from indiscreet intemperance. Cud ran, 2, Rer. Doct. ( olrman J. "' I". .. ...*" of every descriplion. 38uu yd. American Ptaic4: and do.
    1 ... They are an infallible medicine for fcmalr Campbell, \\. M. Christian, J. Con ..I......' Utttfx t.*pS wvrk. Playing Cards.A <; Hoots & S>hoe..:Ladi Stl'i'"'

    omplaints generally and cs1wd. nelly, ..,. Carr DocL 1). Owper, t'1INIIrt.* b..gill. small assortment of Jtard-1Yarc Crocker, and t.laa, Wan,!sbOe alack L..
    i t I all1 fur rtmoung; those obstructions, Ii.-Sarah DiimeU F. Dickinson U. )1......*CM I......... fr tM.*f, and keeps! t onsiantly on hand ; .___,_ .Prnocoh,Jgly 1 p

    vJiUh are the source of their ailmentsaUTitain 1)annrrMary Ann IoodC*. Debrovwr. A n..dIk'h'cw.* -_.. ..: nt !*.* .., l&i\\mira and Utoecrlts 'Cite S\\118cril1tl ...
    (period And uhcnc erthreis J. fakirs, 3, J. M. Fjdnry I). Evan*. IwlMM \%.r..M IN W'C"f.u.ant.r. *. : practice Lan
    a. ,:. 'l J i i prcdikposition to ttceite diseasetfun rJ. ForbesS.'. fisher 2..t. V... .* I,...s....IS's 3lO......,.. ofall kinds. "VILIO tI and in t1l "lit

    :Ii. \ .n. Inn eomouft u,p ofaident fi.'t' Inn.'_"Y K.'n _Pittiminottft...__nn___.__. J.-- _Flrlchrr.V..- .--- -- . ctt.a U......,.ttwth.r : 20 (lamely Irish Potntnon Courts held at Mobile the "tftior
    't';".. I' rim,'or from- -aviliatrd: state- of the .bile, Fagan, 2.i.J.II.. \..,... --1_'__ Tow I For sale, applied for immediatelyDec. Tlit1N. B. and Rftkt
    f Cumber. )1.( ai- KsfKMrtrfMi. Itfjdone" 3. 1 82 1. if.WASH. : JlARRISoFrnsacol. \
    ( nambo. -
    I theM' : st.urcdlycounteractL ..
    puwdetswiI1
    (Vuk .t*tagtti !*JU un Trml,, -- _. '. July 20. ''''1.-tl
    : it -The proprietor heir under the rot '. (*a nuelr, I'. N Huyol.S. (:atcs, (3rak.abnaMrs ThMvtsItoltfi'ii l.. IIAXXCM
    strong conviction of the power of ihese W. F. (Jray, J. f Swrnrood, C. Grntlpre. ..\1I 'ILL LAW in Pcnaaco
    ) _)bpda.n practice y vfrt.ir of
    it. ben .H-'R. Novell,fi. L. Harris. V:. Ho. <<4I'. |*|*t rj Ckfhntl. la. His OfFcc is in one end of B from the Honorable an exect the Ua1 i.. .tirseet'etr.dea'America (. Seville's
    least A. I'. E. Hatch S. Hunt. i :apl. house. .:Eseambia: 1 will u +oe ,l
    i nu'tids the use of them (ui once aI. roes, Hayne, 'tCfkftlllfllllt tomlete
    t Tytltr"s rj.ItnrkrfiTKig Pensacola b.dderon
    f ViVk) during the sptiiig and: summer A.Hanna, I:. Hath way, 2, 'lV. Hun.T. wi. Jswitrt,Aaxnea -- Sepl. t. the n. Monday,n the 24th tnsL att
    mmjf.
    : I.i $ niotuhs, in which lie feels confident, Hill ,S. Haven It. Hartley,..u. Jaw..*"***!.*<..*4 tbe .' ..., ic.nlJ. jas'Shoe Store. )1.woP01 rooms aboe Btdst M... I

    i tit! those who will take his advire will Uuichen, \\u...'.1.fs 01 1fa.lt.egt.m, M s,tots Cfwiiw, Mahogsny Tablt. ...

    Ciitlj what they seek.Prepared and JJ.J.c.kw.n.J .Jackson. f 1M-srt'ax'a at .Utir.:nt"bj Iitr IN.* .MM, MR. .C1Ir.R&R"uthC'hooororrt'pt'ct ln, !Arn.orsrCuffee. Um, Lok'ftr' (,:lam.S'f
    Ie thrr
    , sold at the Soda Fountain room on the J.. f nncrarity, 3. l+.hUrS. 'a 1.Jc .P 1t idea. trJ'g the I..L" and c""eomm of Yenta. ken&ctoK'the with t.'chtll: : .'"
    r. :. : public: green by (;. SAIUJ11XT.Pcnsacold K_Leroy Kctnedyi; R. Ktwierd, ,.. .. l...sofNstiwryllatr.rww's cola, that hasmx aud bu rewtiee mM ami as property John cftf ihtabetapa:
    pl.cr,be offer them bin* ".Cflrerttte tmti. pal Keyser hlsdebt, &lid :
    , JMIIC 8.-tfCmuuUvM 11 King. j, Mocttliamcaas-ork..or, : / iof 'Itrtusct Sale c .h. c.
    L. J. La'nlcr .Landrin Madam &H'.IJ hln-- Safxi tlAAO 1 OMTTC ant \ KAL MiMC. Urn
    t r 9. 7.' C.
    ttrms all be W CUb k** n. or Iti dotUrsbytl HKADFORD.
    ltrewat's I utkn,JMHCS per
    JluiVON
    1 I' \ lu l..tadr, C.1.cithJ. It. L*,"", Mv .\. J1nt.k.s CLc-t4I' ,new+Iturns...wk."qd.a1l&1' e ibofith, Mjrsbie half! in Mhanee. lie FenaacoU, JulyLUST Cu2W. *" fc
    r .' the 5th msatii, a negro man Lewis, A. Lucas S. L. Larkm, $\l. eM aapltds) well aho| "CO kr Mift* in ti.e trench tongue at -- - -

    named JOM1 ()U JOL, supposed Ludlow. Lat.aues ,.....eq, the ate 1.16 itoltar per iMMth.Tbmr LETTER
    + to in ahout 30 vears old, who says he )1.-\lIn: S. Meadwar, J. L. Macon s.s fJ. '....,*fmtkr.v pnw deakrtHM to r..tor him with 4 LBT1CK wWrfssed to )11'1. )

    t \ brlngs to Win. Crapo, living on 1'as- *", W. Minimi, 3. !. Mallet, b.M'L'lbe .........I eew tr9fk. Mkr'ut there c Me.h kMc.I.tdL.UotL arc rtqucttttl to Irate their .1 hi.aiidiiia.Ird\ M Imrton,at"m.th'thus (.Ton toads,lG (-L
    office .
    't, cal"la bay, and mho formerly lived at J.J. Mir.wrll, 2. J. MOIItrose *trkv.Tsle t4 ).ty lacy Lsre)hMt..r.........,... 'efkocob, viay 14, 18L bat been returned for Utter In dree6t4Me

    ,." 54 ..tm"h,, Georgia, and was brought to Mrs. h. .\. MIowrll Madam Ktf l.oru.,Tile Pttotr, nut'rolt 1.J.fj! : H'ns the re rsnnturnpostogice.a: !
    John Cr. :\I'\* I!. 3Middletoti I"ft>. .\V. IttlUhas.IJ l1'lt
    Pt'1fi.tcul. lays Ins Son pt <-- r. S. Mjers.Mrs. AmtaM**,tribe unit, tuclosoty sb.chmay kda.t.azl
    .... 'H\'Ut h requested to come for 1'. M'Ciane.t. 31'Cbhf"". wrtftl La**, new watt.ha nAS, resumed the practice of ME- rClt a la.n thus office forts-, .

    w..il I. prove his ptoper, pay charges J. Mathous.N. I Jrncs, F"trtaf tl.aeLej.lttto' .. in I'tnsacola, and would .furdclrrttnanyp.rt..n.. ; auttwrebhbt,
    ( aukr him -Witj'. or lie still be dealt .-r J.%\\... Nelson, S. X nis, *J. Unto,Potts vv ask ft*.wet of t..tot. he h6PPTIO attend his former patients peat it.amr ortice wh.cti a.ta matt.t silt letters b* HB to tic

    w'ith as the law dirrcls.. Noel, J. Noblettf I*. SOH.M.. N'oo.1 ,.....nrfh*.v II......tloIIIIIItt. ,o pit"|*. CRt and his friends in general.' ., llh"L.\.'., t.1.
    i J. N. 1JUOWN Jator. nan ..;\. XudbkU.I Nugent.U. ) *. 1I.kr.Lt1 tf*. Pcnsacola: I eb. 11.tir. l'tny.chla. July 1.), Ib.U.

    '.. Pensacola. 8th. Jane _1023.V. : ...-J.f)"eans* .U. Orr, J. Om n. Triustbalr.lts"u. IrJomI tld'tl'Otw. Received --=--1
    Just l:
    -
    I ,- IV-1'. Palme 2J. Parker F. Palmrs tt.esa'sepsiraet nant ar, Just rcpt i"elt'fr s-te-

    ,. t t.iviill t"tmttiui ti\\c\s. J. U. 1'atkman,3. Page, It. H.Parker. t4ekteret... Lesaam. BY HE SLBhtltiBKR, A t RW L\' : .,F

    t .il 1 und 'ta'tgntdappuiat. d ,iy thr J.1''I'alrs.Q.Mad.sn AArw's latelrste'.Mm treeL t.ras arm mar Lava. Tciitamcsit, And for sale at the FLAASLhl) OIL.I'KNSAt'C'LA. .

    t _. ,'"..h.f.t.t with th<' ad ice and Qa'.le.t Mar's IMr.4wttto1r, PKNbACOLABOOK ". 11.\ ELL 11t'T
    r C", vent of the Smite of ih < Uniudhta : -S. Head, H.J. Itamtay. D. Rows Areserli's I.tt.aeany. July 16.--3t

    C'\. us vommiss.oners lu cxaminran on. :2 (;. RrynoWs.h. f lentotfyj. Uflpmif. ) STOKE "
    t .iaape- .r..eld.,UI...S. 4trriginj. I I .
    clauvs within T. C5. M.
    j uftcrudiic on laud A.Sfctftner. SargeanU .
    t .1 ai.5r'. ...-..-.,,-*-,,'. kloff. bUUtOF'IJlhFolio mfIB suburb. r w-a
    i tin tern 'lU.'a of rioridn, in cunfotnu- Simon 2, *J. ccu,StrpWns k Ayres, t..wrtn.'s. t.rw..n........ & t;....aslitM I J. tee of LA U ,n this cooimtnce place tk hers,
    ' I t)" 144th an :uu of \lit, less! i,as% d onth :,J. Surkhouse Sc.u..J. hlephrns. -. ........... I Kible ......ns are in eperat.en. In the uiwmut miss&dlc the)
    1 ,I .- St's -iay ..f ....\, tJ .2, t'muled **Ana ''r. Sus ate, L. Sewiiv, .\. Sewt Jr. W. .. fit I. .iWs sttl ffeet' AMh'rtcLess.awf's !' wiU attend to all eLirus to l land. bdbn thi
    1 \ t.
    .. I .i '. t (or aicrttutn4tkrlaits iiitU tithe :. Sfrfftcrr, -iLSfpitWtisan, %t. Sear ) 1 rt KlIIT.ifcl.flf tII lSaerare: .".\' Jfh T.t/A.\7 OPimikluiokft 'I Cats.m3.oncrs that may be emfidetl to u.Julyl3.3t .
    I : ..J* the :I'ontsof; lu i ;
    4 l tu -.lItl l Wit: m UT I y. \ I '
    1 &
    .serrest tw.e rttt Vtxl'unmr
    .>)
    t. '.. du"irc',. l"i4 to a. r.\i'f.tt: t f s" de \V\\.Takr. Mrs. C. Tal bim *A. .bled, + Hooks '
    .. a..t.Id .,;t I' nut. : t.. m-ett pcr+un or p.tsuit' .*h<*iipMM (Trrrill,3.: I' TardifT 2CIi..ht1 t*_MlM UtUtw.t .!pe..t.isetts D.k+,tit.&c t kMLi n part ol the following, yetUayllwuks.anti I JI iI ( 'LALIr-

    , : ', :iai:'Hiu\!; '.1 4. to La l i I p ,', ut, grit. -'I..qs''lllh II .,rcI,', 4jo. '''_)1. UteiJn... :fc of NaLelrrst'sl.--. (KVILMEJj to ,
    ,""" 'u r. J..I.< 'u pr t*1+NI. to thr 24th dar -J. M. \VMtrT.. \\iI'kit'.J. ui,. t tr.inix|tltramt. tyfineririg and Copy; Books, &c. 8cc.I C llenda; and w.11 Practice hertattainttt JI the hut, .II.

    t" 01 ...j:.i > I' u, wtiiri r di S ,.. It . .\. WareV.. T. Witlard It. c. rM'a IJ. cheetah3. Blotting Paper. Ivory Folders, prime C'otut of that State UK!ji tk LJM
    .r | iti>>:i .kvri nn s m. or j ti t'orso'. ............ Ktcfebe* 1 rI>lcsIbtujc Red Ink.l'uwdcr Durable Ink Court of the 1.S.
    \ .il tut.:on*, t'.at a hoard has bcrfo .. \\tntatrlch" Parsley's. sp.. l*...k.grtrt. ,
    ,. I d, attil fiat VWH SlSfelOtl. 'Wi i't' Y -Cap.t H. '".....'K. ?. 'Tc"Atr with r a ,*Ttmtxt oj Blank Cards; isilinjc Cards, &c. kc. Pensacola iitthly lt7.-

    co u ut'H a un ,'nl"Y..the ISth ins*. C. NICHOLAS P. )1. ALSO 4l'EV J. 11. ( II4iJ'LIN,

    ,: att". A i.<.1. inir,kllnMrhr tauu&istsx5t July ft. 1"25-SiTIIK STATiONAllY.CkM 4 BUtALO de csta twdid y fntincia -

    t jUTitl to fj'cl+ef(ne r.e und '''.IOt'C' (- TI.\.a OJ.'Mint .- .IlI1Il.I (I u (I. c s .l I.- OccidtnuK coaiuiti

    fo Ailjudti Mttou, the ,"id-n< alto sups b l.UHen1Jn US '( anti tAu tr ".pu. asexted Paste practicando su pClfsic.n cahsut.
    ;, p. .t ins. her ut tJu-tr rl.iui, fI'ordiR.U 1 AVI. JUST UtI I\'l.U. fro.n 11cwtl era hctud Cup li..nit.a P14A for the proent Year.U In dt' este 'J.ur tori.", yen ru t'la

    \ He; n-cjuiviliaii orkt! IU t. 8 Philadelphia, err Sehr. Amanda CkM., !Uek'kfMMM. Bauds MwJt*, Pen std,, HASELL HUNT. pate del sue del Lst&do de AliUiri

    e. NAt4JL. A. \\ Mil:, \bh.i..., capL ('aml"'U, Pocket Knnt> Sblc PcnoK l..*.) ..cell _._ Pensacola,June 22 ,,_ 3t s omo i igualmente: en Ins ft la l ptrv
    SAitUlt. )\' ON. |M|>AH Uubbrr. S .fc.|C flat, Jlf fs Ikk I't .. rid ad
    de los
    4d .L..f.r AUOlitHEJtr or E. U.
    der. Cult seal I'.cktt lakstan.Is .
    tend, taro JOSKPJI 31. WHITE
    I i P.sisarulaJtaljLl.r H2--tf_ .,L: ;\\;\\ \:.\V CIAVVUV.XU, Detest atc treePewaeu1 LI abaxo firm:ado, en vista dehtacvtsado
    A 'ttl U, 11M ff ATTOHNKY % f LAU ; tarias eonctstonts lethal
    HAVIDhlUN'NdN" : tirhtletnttb Morocco
    Pumps,
    I :NTI1NOS reside las autoridadea Uretlnicu
    to permanently ata pot nor
    .
    Do.
    Cordovan do.
    a. "\\hw\\\' u\ \..uift \\ Do. TO TKAVKLLBIIS.rut. PtnsacoU with a view devoting las del CioPjirrno de S. L. CitoJicmsu

    t *H,I. $Ui lira <.. t'n it+,!WI "; .11 Lib do. Sbt'v'. : subscriber.. residing ..n the His attention exclusively to his prortncia, debienco tBcrmino .'
    \ ., ... .Me ,. l..r IW..., t !3ms f a..1wttr/ttw.. profes y -
    v c!* an- tots fb""ni <4" s1I4H (;'. >< <(iHt>. at the head of Yellow \\ lie will
    tit'litlflttrn't Ji\.luounMr a- sion. attend the several courtsin dar priucipio Ics ('tlmltm.dCJ >
    Uut
    JI.. .. Of. .. Ilku' .al 1'. n.e.cnia, lit + tS .
    err Ray, informs hit friends and the test rlorida thr de tiaras COllrUl1t
    District Court of al cx n.tn
    is : 1
    t84 '
    1..oi.1w..n.ee is ulh aoju<< I.'V t.k CIfb"JCM. # {K'i also lure tun hared an elegant:
    .:. aassttrtfuntt of II Al h. tttblic[ that he has fitted up a House awl thv U. Slates! at Mobile, and ethercourts cion de lai concrsionr htthurJ"taproyincia.ofrl'cc

    __ 21'1 16._ 1t 2r-ef 1'ISCAti' & SAJAS. necessary hntldihgs for the reception in Alabama when snrci&llr en.Ragrtl. sus scrticio 4*
    and runtnknce .f His mike is opposite Ih'"I' os tlt&t tenjjan rrprt5uuuqblt)
    .: lulil t.'. tr V.UUKSimn I't'f.nrolJuly &_3tNAS1I1LLE que
    -- Visitors 'rrn'.t\\tt' lie buildings in the hoaie formerly el efet tOt lot que scru atcndufoifoi

    J \1I:, AT 1111; ; : INN lo and from any of Ihe Slates: and will occupied by lather Colen.n.Pensarola la: inaor exlctitud y punteca&did.

    PBN.S.Vl'ULA IJOOKHTOIIK.Mas. ., June 1'anaacolal3dr Julio de 1!.1
    !111 E undersigned hating taken pos aibrd as comfortable arcomniodaiions ;" -if __ --- -
    : l\ciuuLnfs l'LAti London lldvlt <<. I" as a new settling can: afford.1T .
    session oftiiis well kuownesUblishmcnt country l O'F1CE.Fiwlfl \\\\) l\\\u-rS 1te,rAt ,
    f ts tln. 'i:t nth' noutid, consisting of and is the intention of the subscriberto
    has ts
    making such im- j: accounts of the law: Doctor Samuel If: Lindtay,
    1-rill. new' (V..
    25 hart J'I
    will render it (as soon as possible) one
    p""rntt'nlta as equal if 1'. D. ATE .Merchant .Mtc1knbtrt
    Voontir.tsbcinjnow
    ; ; .%lsd.rn 71t+rtttrr. 10 '''GI.. made a
    i
    11 Forct'. i ,.,.. not superior to any establishment of the hearse JsehaQttrrrs ctd Firry boat oat and deposited with the subscriber, A county, N. C. Ii'ft bisUtter tamiIJpf
    I Set zr NOTFLS' uniformly bound Vind in the wnirrn counlry. Hr sufficient lo take inlohorses and locate. alt those indebted are requeued to cal part of Febrtury h tM pledges himself to the public that \nd two four oared boats with sails for and tU
    every make hate of
    Consisting of payment without delay, ii) supposed to gone to some .
    !
    j J f' t J Take / My landlord, 7 '''0I /'. exertion will IK made to give comfort hc accommodation of passengersifrom order thai the administrators may be :*! uuttvrMvrn states Lindsay i i&t
    and rrst to the weary travellerand the head of Yellow Water Bay lo Pen enabled close bout
    to the VJ
    II liberty, 2 1*/,. to esiatc. years of age, td: coroplHW"
    \
    Guy ManHrrfag, 2V to the epicure the luxuries of life" sacota. E. B. FOSTEH. sandy colored hair, has had one of)'

    I /..& soy, 2 JW.. 11.1'111JISi I.E\ C. CASS1.V. Pensacola. 11 5t legs broken near the ancle,and *ritt
    .1MlfifJuary, 2 tf/lt. :\UU\'ILLI:, Ist April IBJ. November 36.-if.Circulaling an excellent hand. The last actous

    t' '. J..m".r, 2 r(/,. Xf.TirK.UhtttlU TO 11B.VT, from him, 'left him in CharfetcnS
    1't:::;.\C tllarl
    The
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    A'oul orth. 2 ''j/'.' Htorc underneath the C. on theSoth of Match: ; helffrt

    1 :' ,, I .1M". 2 lr"/.. 'rite \\UUHCTS Jilu'urr. ft.otfllJl.orncr.. on that da.y, in a new gig, and ha wt
    \ I.. ('ultlltrIJ", 2 ro/,. | removed front the residence of the .'.Mttul MtkJWnivTHO. since been heard from. He has forftifed -
    oC '. ; 'which wi11'be lid low fur rash. JL late naval bilker: and acting collector W. IIASBLL HUNT J. WYCHE.AMEIUCAX all claims to confidence unongw

    -- to the residence of the collector,oft RESPEt"TFL'LLY informs the la __June 2S ____ ._t friends ; has made a default 10 the Ptt
    : MATH. I IIOL'bK. Plfox street. 'ii'I.nd (Jentlcmen of this City that meet of his debts, of several' thorsht

    VII. .ubscribcr respectfully invite I' uc.o", Junr 39.-if r has just added to his Library the I1AKEKY. dollars ; -and has probably tilts a

    uttcntion of the public to hi t (ollowing rrcrnt. publications. tixsA T fa estkbtMbmrnt aitWtifwr.tI.'I"g of psrehasett the baling large sum of money with him. lfte'd

    '. t G nO() ls. The house it 1 \\ \\ \\tc"e l'rutuus.flr.l. :\ .:\\ KXCiLAXDTALB, Co. m r -ir.roU, pectfullr Mrws.T.inform M't.Iothcrr the cjtne &. .probably change his name to

    the buy one Itundud and i use inn tray of Jaift to supply or Sketches of New England Character ... M blot thes art note rewly la run ah tbxrtn. on \ iison, or Cargos _
    from the hcach. The house and &bralternui with The abote will be ""
    I' the s of the Lulled States Mannrn.JI4tl'I'lNIs.. reward gtvta
    J l 1 ipresily for the stationed troops 1.0\\[ tiiuX :vav ? who will me ** 1
    ' % purpose Army__ at Pensacola and at $ ret any person" gin iaaornh
    ; l'A abundant of shelter (yarn fort hi. Carlos de Iiarrancas with A Tale for the Grave and'the Cay.IIELEX'DKTOLHXAX t rncJ trrs N'c.Tlow lion of his place of 1i
    ) and sun. There are two Fresh Beef from the I get him in four months; and i
    }..' f, hat day of August I d tiL lescrvrdesduai4tly for the the above In six
    : .ensuing to the 31st day of March, A novel from the French Madame Ply st'k lUktbmurtoe at the .tore of moi. sum if found
    hitsd'to
    I I comforts and convemrn 1823, inchnirr The lied will re* de Soau.LIONEL. tndtesoastthe' 1L.rkct.. It is confidently hoped that all .
    { ",' ('.hltii.hmcnl shall be en .icutC'd to l-eur.hebullhattbe market WALTER F.\(iAN St CO. honesty and humanitJ.iII'l ,

    ) any extent justified by its affords and to be delivered to the IVnKolt. Jamury 31, tcztf.._ some exertions to discover the yen' j

    : troops at each potion Lieu days in each Or the last of the Perenseys, a novel. drnce of said Lindsay, and commlllll11
    lie will also ale his best fnrluerglrip Iiasalvel. o\h6
    t p.l' RICHARD KINKLR. week, in such quantity as shall be required - exertions to cate the same to me, or sny
    a. 4f8AMUKL obtain* from time to time, the most listing busines..hcrttefnre& carried of .
    July 8. for the raiions-t'ut about 300 popular THE the firm on knowledge they may hate hinjv
    of \VALTF.lt
    hew works, as FAC\N fc
    .Ibs. at Pensacola, and 350 at the lIar. soon as possibleafter I CO. ***da' ""' P dcd.and the firm dius1v.td ANnUELJNDSAu
    t W. OLIVEIt, ., rancas oo each day-the days shall be they are pobluhrd; and hopes hf tmttitaj eonacnt. Those hating claims Guilford Conn/y.V. C.
    : .,fTTOIl.'EY.I7 Lrf 11" fixed. that* while he that encreaies his cols :>(!"** the firm.wiU |>tru pnwnt them for May 25, I ZZ.3"t'1 .

    I" .FConrcuh County Alabama, has All will please make their I lection, the Library will continue to be .payment. ant all those inJcbtetl ace requeated: N. B. The Editors of the GeorP
    f persons considered the ,to come fonrsnJ and.Uk tblr, ...
    worthy attention of the sceounta.WAI.TCit C AtJcllZ,
    9 ronnaA
    r.'crivedilcensrtopractice as At- proposals in writing, sealed and direct FACJAK.TIKI. : -the Press '
    public.
    tfll art y. Counsrllort (cc. in the several >. ANDERSON, Republican, lluntwllt, ..tlaba.tl'ritlian
    T Law and Pensicola, Jane 22 :St reaaeohti Jutre Pm and Advcrutttt
    c u.u : Equity in the >V. THORNTON.Asu. 2D. St a'O/a.

    t t rftory of the Floiida. Ter.1 Corny bubsc.Pcnsacolif -1'1Lt. 'Tt.1't3iYtATLT ViniikAT t'ar -'iw.Orltan f will, please tofa rlfVJ
    't'oilet hove in sevrJ',1 l Raperstr'd
    July 8, 1U22' June 14 -Jt. \ their
    rxtctrrro
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