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: August 17, 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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
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NICHOLAS &: Co tit difficulty. I entertain a hope that founded the state of dude the
c. upon thlagsas '
BT i : wilitary y rjrfinttly naming render his rights much more secure.
5 +? (in adnnee-Contin cpmmission-rs will be appointed duo they at present exist t bate the ar 1,A,... This, 1 considered uncoostitu- Connected with this subject is the
Jt J.cription.t the diltn'tion of' the EdirJ ring the present session of the Legislative s.-tamnstlof those who are Ubcorirg Uonal, arbitrary and untast.. If with establishment of new counties. I
r to the d'achIrge of all arreftnjre- Council, to select a suitable situalion ..for the dismemberment of wan r
?p the territory other
eon. ., rlAl.IIIIUr.must I persons, they would fall nnder: decidedly of opinion that for the convenience -
tamp td with tlie advance payment,borsht for the permanent seat of have tbe same foundation. Even diiqualificatluri from the want of any of the, inhabitants,one oughtto '
tf.1I1.r not be forwarded eminent, as I ana satisfied that GO".j looking forward to the future importance i of the requisites, there could be no be established to include the settlements -
JClltC1L. plication to Congress, a grant of and respectability cf the territory i objection t but if after the establishment on the Choctawhatchie,. and .
,". \\\,. .1 serpents of land will be made to the t the 'variety of interest the ex- of a general rule conferring pritilrgt Chlpola, and one io EastFIorida, for
k. THR Crruws or FLORIDA.h territory at the point which those com ]ten site state just mentioned, and to << on all, exceptions are then the benefit of a considerable portion of
.!'t To offering myself a candidate for missioners may determine. it I am aware that in the remarks 1 bare ,leave Florida,thus dismembered slant Lions
tIi; deem proper to layvfort or professions, every sound subject taxation,is one which
Mir i ,arfair, and candid expos just ,made I shall be encountered by ,neglected and despised, at kavt compelled principle legislation is 1i lalrd. I is usually approached by legislators, "
!Ie ..",f you_f '#!*....._, !.. ptwtmmrntf many, whose opinions, are unalterably j to become an bumble petitioner, I do not speak of thr.llC'y of the military with dread i and he that proposes a
'ci of interest to this territory.jtoeof fixed as to the (capacity of tbe territoryof fur rights, and privilege which shy ; voting, because itis unnecessary, new taxis generally thought to risk.the .e fit,
1 t o? the territories of the United Florida, to support a respectable ;might; hate: retained in her own fc..d% .ut of the right to vote, when they public displeasure. .Whv this should .
" !jjttt at any period of their history territorial government or to become No, fellow citizens INK cant or tot! ome within the qualification required be so, I know not Certainly, oppressive ,
ltecjbibited so many circumstances a state But I confidently repeat, that ,'rtLranrl Ai Jarordandpecultarcharacter.- by such persons her resources ire strait, AD ftUVtrtCtALLV fitLTOSrtKJtt I been industriously, and malignantly and useless purposes, justly deservethe "
graphical outline of Florida, theBitted greatly undervalued.-Even: her extensive WITH roruscLvcj. !circulated, that the legislative Council reprobation which they are sure \ ,
{ knowledge we possess of its border of sea coast, has been considered There is another topic of considerable hate passed a law to authorise Soldier to meet with. But contributions to ,
.. toils and resources, the very unfavoraIk < a disadvantage, although possessing interest, and magnitude, to a large to>> vote ." when in truth, tbe subject raise a fund for the common benefit,
: opinion expressed by many of its some of the finest harbours in portion of the people of Florida, .n was introduced to the attention of for the accomplishment of purposes of ; ,
4 brut: importance, the present: small : the Ciulph of Mexico ; they stem to which I consider u my duty to male the Council, by those who were zealous tbe first importance to the Community, i ..Ii,
sect pa inconvenient distribution of itspo- forget, that one of the great sources a few ot' "'at1ocs. The land claims to exclude them ; and being unable ought to be cheerfully acquiesced in. i,, t
M halation, thr attempts to dismember whence the subsistence, and wealth of which the board commissioners are to effect their object by disqualifications There is no state territory, which ., ',..; 1 j
'4- fcirith a view of annexing I part to Al- I nations are drawn is the sea. The pie-rated of a general nature, as a last effort does not pay direct taxes to support J.
lit fJ,m&and part to Georgia, are among i forests and valuable timber of Florida endeavored to exclude them by those objects, which may be deemed '1 ;!
g( tumeroussuhjectscontinuallyhro'tpond: appear scarcely to deserve to be taken sion, as a subject of federal legislation., name. It is now for the Judges of the necessary to its welfare, to form a ,i j
.... for the purpose of discourag- I into the estimate. In extensive tracts In that event, should 1 be elected as 1 election 1 to determine, whethertheof i treasury:' which can occasionally be ..
jjjtfiose whu feel a sincere desire that : of country which according to the the Delegate to represent you, all that 'emit and soldiers,or any of them,come drawn upon to aid objects of public .. -j
11\ /distant day, it may become k rectfuble i present system or agriculture, are conidrrrd can can be confidently promised is, 'I within the description of persons utility, such as roads,bridges,schools, "1 .' ;
h member of the American : unsuited to cuhitktion, thereis that my most earnest and assiduous contained in the... and many others. Without levying .t.. '!
\110It, |(,drrar}'. And yet, the acquisition the most luxuriant pasturage, and efforts shall be eraplovrd, to obtain for i The laws of Spain have hitherto anydireettaxandacarcelyanyinaddi't.. ... ,;
.. excepting Louisiana, which might afford sustenance to immense the claimants speedy and ample jtstice. 1 been in force in Florida. It would have tion to the indirect taxes which have .... .
M is/o more country eagerly pursued for many heitls. A Kteal fart of the From the enor of the laws of been gratifying to the Spanish inhabitants heretofore been raised,(and since the It -...

' rags. J>y us, than that of Florida, nut Peninsula is :as well adapted to tbr the U. States, relative to claims of that these laws; as in Louisiana, change of government, applied to the -- "i J,
,!.j II f m a national and political point production of the tropical fruits, *s this description, it appears to bate could have been continued, and if oCher uses of thecorporations, although the *
cfuew n but also for its intrinsic value most of the West Indies : and when been unifoimly,the WJtc.16r Congress, considerations cf the greatest greater part belonged to the territory)
? .importance. It is th tt.reto be we consider the prodigious consumption to confirm all b+mm J4e titles,emanating weight did not require a different policy there would have been a sufficient fund ,
. considered amongst things not reconue of these in the U. Slates. the benefit (tom a Jegiiiraate authority, even it would have afforded rre pleasure to have paid the salaries of the small .
to the ordinary modes of real- both to the nation, and to'Florida, where they had not been completed : to have contributed every thing number of officers created by the: Legislative -
1c.a ir' '. that in the mind of any one, is obvious. The extent of country .* to secure, their possessions, to all in mv power to satisfy their wishes. Council; s hut, independent of
r tt value of the acquisition should and soil, adapted the culture of sugar actual setters who were: fused oft the Rut the situation of Florida, is very this, it was dictated bj wisdom and
K thus suddenly be so depreciated, as to cane is thought by many well informed land when the L. States took actual different from that of Louisiana, which foresight to establish: a fund for the
..... be .rarcely. thou worthy of the ex- persons, to exceed ;h.t of I.ou- possession of thr country where it was when taken posrssion by us, was a reasons already expressed ; a policy
x--imcntof a territorial government. I isiana and there can be but little doubt, situated thougt Hey hed o"/y a right .-nhbY4lnd populous province, and which no state, or territory has failed l
lit But, .'e11oCitizrns, such is not the that their exists a much wore favorable of ftccb/ianfir." In softie cc they where even after twenty years the to pursue. The tax on real property '
.y pp'nion I entertain of the country climate.-From the geographicalpositioncif ,hate also graded a right of ""et'm- predominance is still in favor of the will be about one fourth of that paid "'
4: v :I' h has .;ivcn you birth, or which Florida, the produce of ci lion to person who have occupied ancient inhabitants. Here with the in Alabama ; many things which are .'f"
'II u you trace chosen, and with. whose wtl- tensive portions of the adjoining states ,lands suSsequest to the tune when the exceptions of the towns of Pensacolaand subjects: of taxation in that state, stiU'p
,d are<< your own has become inseparably must pass through it in order to Ltd Ie. States had u\ea possession. Therecan St. Augustine, which contain from not be touched, and those selected m .. '
.. ctIance ted. I feel confidence that their way to a foreign market; and be little dotSt>> bat that Congress fifteen hundred to two thousand inhabitants berated much lower.
. the destiniesuf Florida arc higher than while this will be no disadvantage to will feel disposrd to extend to Florida each, the population is American I have thus,fellow citizens,candidly, ,.. ,
r\fn her most sanguine fritnds anttcif I those states, it will tend to foster and any indulgence which has heretofore ; and in very' few ,years; must be and honestly, expressed my opinions :M .
arci p4.tr. hat her present population I encourage our commerce. It is fur been enjoyed by oiler territoriesof many times more numerous than the on the subjects which. most intimately.
i.. inens to be placed at its extrements from my'ntrnlion to attempt a complete the U. States : :and should I be so Spanish. The hnguage; in use will concern you at this time. Should you,.
'Ic "{ is but a tempoiary inconte. devclopement of the resources fortunate as tote cbosm your delegate, be that of the United Slates i and as w hen assembled: on the :30th ofbeptenvber : i
t! lire, which is mistaken by many for and advantages of this "rrritarf ; 1 the most positive pledges are given, American customs and habits, will after cool and mature dehberation .
1 <...t1l+characteristic.. 1 can hate" been induced to'mate dat'ft'- that my best' exertions shall be used predominate their laws must necessarily vote for me as your delegate, 1 '
sl. A from my own know ledge of some marks, in consequence of the attemptsof for the a complithmcut w so desirable fChil. The Spanish laws, wish you to bear in mind, that I am J '
of r'tc most, important sections of this the disigning to decry and dimmish an object would have to be administered by persons not in pursuit of a noisy and ephemeral u
eo,,nti\, which still remain in a state oflr I its importance, in otdcr to accomplish Having been honored by the President unacquainted with the language : popularity-my ambition will
. It"riless. Between I'ensacola and objects of thrir! ow n. with an appointment in the Lcgi and even the books in which they arc be, to trot you ./an/fa//y, with the :} m
.Ta Ib \ppJachicola titer, there are sete The organization; of the territorial lathe Council, it becomes in some contained, are not to be procured. To ardor and zeal natural to me, ,and
? tcn\i\e bodies of fertile land poxernment by Congress, although not degree I1 U"at110 say Htnt'bin1CoflIe adopt 'M Common Law of England, finally to secure the approbation* of lo s r' :,
o' ae Choriawhalche: the Econfina, in all tesnerts satisfactory to me as a part wbkh 1 have taken thus far, as received and modified in the different your dispassionate judgment. It was
.ta aw: ChipoU: which even now support citizen of Florida, it as liberal a* could in the principal measures of that btJCJ,. states: engrafting sport it some my intention to have visited my fellow
I'I t+ s dcrablc settlements. To the east have been expected at tl. ll'ally peri I am sensible" of the ad tamage which, of those Spanish laws in most common citizens of East Florida, previous to .
,! 01 it \ppaI chicol/i.on the Wakauly, I od. I am decidedly r.\ur"f an election circumstance has git en to those of* use in Florida, appeared to be the simplest the election, but 1 regret that th.
Id 11 t dkasuke)', on the Su\\'any, in theA of the Legislature by the tople. my opponents, who have not thus been i j and cheapest mode of legislation. delay in the meeting of the Legist..
a 'Ua,and on the St. Johns there arc I I am sensible, howrtrr, that the gitng '- placed in a situation where their acts] And, moreover, this mode live Council has rendered this impossible { ..
tJ. s of great extent, and frriihtv 4of the appointment, of the Legislative must rcee vuily displease some isnlitidaals -I has tbe advantage of assimilating our ; b1&t. repeat, that should 1 be 1
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ti: .. the "'akau!). Mikasukey andS Council: in the first instawe to the and afford an opportunity of code to that dour neighbors, as wellas the delegate, their wants, feelings: and _
,Itat S I personally trace. rd) during I President, was unavoidable ; there being ttmrepierntatioa toothers.TUe to the constitution and laws of the interests,shall claim an equal share of
,atto t minute campaign: and Kate seid I- much to he don precious to hekfing subjects alluded to, are fixingthe I union. my attention. e '
.. seen :t.y Countries poisessing flections, in fixing the time, and qttahCcations of voters-thr introduction The establishment of a suitable J,!,,'- t n DDn t1nn +
fi aturt J.Pf'f'at"I' adt&nta .es. places, and in settling thcqualificctioft. of the common law-the esubliohittcnt they is a subject which cannot be'at- I'tlt.tlco914 ..d"g.822... ..-:: __.
t.I "wetake into consideration the I fJh oters. These however, ate e&jee- of inferior courts, and tasa- tendetl to with too much care.- To e :
t.'J "',) >,1% rapidity with wliich the newt tions that must soon lie remised, aid tin f,r u rritor the people, it is of more immediate and ELEU.1 'rlR.S ,, \4
dries and states hate :ads anted I trust that the citizens of nqrirb. In the stales asntemtories, the f*l-,direct importance, than any other FOR SALE, AT Tilt
'Jor D t.jjulitioti, and wealth, and mom i will) shortly ba\e the choice of their {.,k.sca; r bate usually been selected as branch of the g sstrnment.-It therefore P XSACOnOOKSTOn& } ;
tV1'v;' : t lose of the South, we are law makers well asofthrirdeVgi t'He! qtialifitaiiotiS of voters ; :age re- ought to he placed on a respectable London Edition J
I' in sistably led to contemplate the I to (:ontrrrss. In the progn *s wftrtntorir .idence < I lrnst.ip of the C. States, footing; ; men of integrity 'and ability Mas. bCHULD'S PLATS of ,
a iK.r!* ,e which will proha'ily! be rflrclcd tn the rank nf state xo'rna.ttt'bbthtt't" opt'tt"t, and the payment of taxes. ought to be selected as judges ; ,elegantly bound consisting *, 1
at in I> : irida in the Course of a tett' few )Il must necrssar.ly: Se some deviations In some of those. stairs ell of these 1 and in order to this, a sufficient inducement Arittth Theatre, 35 Kit..
Jf It is only f>y such a course: orl I Ir ffHii the almost perfect plan qnalifications a,. rrcuirr1 aD .\ ,. ought to be held out to them. Modem. TKeatrtt?.U. 10 Vols.Farce. I
A. ontfat the mind cm br dc'.t..,U whieh those goemim'nts e bihit. Hut some of them are omitted. In this ter' It is a sound principle approved by 7 bound; I
'. *. nth tu faint a ;uvtconreptit n oft I in indor. I must t'rmat.t the io- tilfuy. as it would have excluded the the wise, and best men in our: country Sitter N'ovits, uniformly r ;

lit .. .J uf|,ili.; y and IfgisUUon, *uttf | rgtitls j ,advantage( ) to a cnramiiMiiy, old inhabitants, or might have been so! that a judge ought not to be consisting ofTdu Landlord 7,1.., 1'
j.i : the territory, to represent<< stow of rregulatiog! its own immediate concerns construsdtorrquirecitizenship of the dependent upon fees } and to accordance of My' 1
: t S.lrflVrmjM.Jfto you, FtllowI tnut be purchased by somepcitations ,I'nited States-.t it would have excluded with this,is the practice every IKivrr/y, 2 01,. Yo/, '
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0: ".nsas a lelvt;.ate to CU ngre**. atal l temporary denials. 1f'! all to have made the payment state in the union. Here, we have Guy Manneringt2,
af the primary objects which In the infant st .\<<" of new tetritorie, |or Uses the criterion-and as a properly been in some measure compelled to Rot Roy 2 Yo.tltligullry / . '
, ;iT4ne my attehliuti in the cteni they p'isv nn **itf. t voice in either qualification was not contemplated adopt the more liberal course by the 2 FW. kKenilworth
*' ring honored with jour t vu6c branch of the hat)"aa l iegrXUtans or in j by any one-the only qualifications, oterstraintdeconomy of Congress. In hvashoe, 2 To/Fob.CaMrfiet ,' .. ;
will he t,, obtain? the uvk'ul. ncc the rlertiou of the t nief M .%n t.'fatC of].therefore, which could be selected i all other territories a bench has been 2,. '
It 1, Oentral (icU'C'1 Unlt'nt, in u-t4. \!:e Union, or of their prix i-ipal Jttdl t were those of age, and residence ; this created of two, and sometimes of three .IUor, 2 Yo/JW .
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,( *' Direct communication I between cal c.ffirers, yet they are fr from the was besides following the footsteps of judges t here the whole judicial power
f. . which will be sold low for caih. ; y; '
>.. oli and St. Au ;uttnr; througu degrading state of tile slate, as it basj j, Louisiana and of other territories similarly and responsibility,devolve oo .IM'J&nd:
w the iti_:i',:14 s end settlement,,, already een odiously expressed, but resemble' j I situated,avoidingar.y) new,and without appeal, excepting in those case .I A BATH HOUSE.IHpHE S ,
n1ena cd. I feel| confident that no *eoj thco getietuut and aspiring free lord I'i unusual mode of I legislation, tending to *, where the suit can be instituted lath subscriber respectfully: invitet / .
.1 J'1 % t. ,starjc i is Ojjoscti to ii, art um- youth, who knows that the period if. operate upon ant aI and rnomenu- LViled States court. Judge pos- I the attention of the public tu hiI'I I .
.. .l't'"r'-L., : :, The advantages of thus manhood will certainly arri e. Nor is ry state C)l things. Legislation should setting concurrent original jurisdiction I BATHING ROOMS. The house is .t j: 4
ex ''tttinjr the intrrcou-sc between this stale without some potiiue advantages .,,I he r raeral and not partial-it should with an :appeal; from him to the erected in the bay, one hundred and I \
n'nrpointsrudestablishingaeon- i ; the trnitotirt" are not taxed, nut lie for the dav but for the future. Superior Court,will in some mea are : feet from the beach. The houseis 1
"fiott between intermediate places,I to pay olfirem with whom their bate The law which has been passed, is remedy the defect. On the establishment sixty calculated expressly for the '
sal l be,in.. .ntly frit. \\ c shall"be no no immediate concern, or to defrny e-I' calculated to secure the right of suffrage of the seat of government, the affording abundant of shelter purpose from
y A1I loner m the habit speaking of St. j pencrs. front r-hich they derive nobenefit. troth to the old inhabitants of all two judges may together* aDd with the: weather and sun. There are two
..art uls'"''me and Pensacola us the Capidistitict Instead of sending some tenor ,,descriptions, :and to the Americans the inferior court about to be established I roomsone reserved exclusively for the
e.r provinces, ptafllr'l.ihK twelve thousand dollars, collected who have settled here,siece: the change we shall bate a system simiUr ladies.: The comforts and eonvenien-- ,
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f'J nnection or common intnrst. 1 'ffoir us in tags, to be expended out of {;o' mwnL It is expressed *s to what has usually been adopted in i dies of the establishment shall be en* 6'
y that=> it to distinctly understood of the country, an equal 1 sum is drawn follows territories. Many experiments have '' targed, to any extent justified by its II '
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offer myself as the delegate, to from the n.tional ttrasury to becxprnded -'I I been made placing;>lagistrmtrs upon
itnwsrnt the territory of Florida, not among us. \\ hat: is the situ'atton .inhab-itants the" bench,but as far as m, Information patronage. RICHARD KINNER.t t

allY. particular, .portion of it, either ran Cor laifi-:actions of popullivn ;da, above<< the age of :I who were extends, this has not given satisfaction I.t|Pensscola July '.--ifNASHVILLE \
ar, : n and I pledge myself to attend in $+. ,eof the slates,morr than dttuble 1 I'bete at the cession of the country to ,excepting in the regulation of the tI s
t I. merest of all with equal zeal and"studity tha of all Florida, and which from the the i United State, on the ITth of July police of the county, granting letters of INN. l w wT
, It is for this reason thai of administration entertaining suits to a
mate citizens
impossibility of avoiding; defects in all 1811. and all white I
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ant in favor of rlta'ti'hinithout a' human institutions, cannot elrtt re/t: the United States, who may be residents small amount, and having cognizance pEundersignedhatingtaken pose t
toowcnts: unnecessary delay the Seat rrfrfitattst .ftkrir Mrs, although possessing : here at the passage of this act, of minor otTcnces- lit most of the session of this well known establishment I
JMtovernment at tome central. of and territories, there are three has and is making such improvements 4
. pouwon. with :i. a fro hundred votes of and who have arrived at the age 21 states "
ri As far as my present information the trcjuis.te: number f'b.t share years shall bave the tight to tote" for|daises of courts the Magistrates. as will render it equal, ir
f files "e to judge. I think thin J the District or Circuit court, to establishment of tha
ought would East and West Florida possess,{delegate", to represent the tt"rrilorr.iD court, not superior any
w ;,s. somewhere" to tht east of the Ap. in tit election of oi.e member of Congtrtt the Congress or the United States.'*land the superior or supreme court., kind in the western couatiy. Ha (
.i .Chltoll,at Mikasukey, buwany.oruj in rue of annexation to Georgia The Jaw aA at first reported, might!,I The Circuit bUn by 'holding its sessP pledges himself to the public tbatevo
ti p* ni). In case it should be fix- or Alabama f In the state representation have been so construed as to exclude:\ on much more. frequently than the Superior ry exertion will be made to gite-com* r
tl at eathrt of te two former i latts what proportion would their of the old inhabitants, and other court and i in a greater number fort and rest to the weary traveller
a +ou'veer to it from the txtrf'me ras representation have, to the whole num.brrcCimpoling many persons, which could certainly not i of place, enables justice to be admiGI and to the epicure the .luxuries of life. .,
Jjn or western points, will be attend the ItRi.btut'Noftbc..e.tal"s hate been the intention of the framers:I littered more speedily and cheaply ; ALPIIA KINGSLEY.
11th even Ins difficulty than that .' j and in our present predicament, will'cna..l. NasatlLLt lst April,1922.1nttk '
fr.m What*ould he the weight andinfluence of the .bill- The intention was, to I '
iron M. Au.-unfn-> ))1 ' of tbe mhll number ofrepiiKtJ the military, from voting ; bat .. the suitor.In a doubtful quesj (()1'e;' :- t
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rte "! i'tn .. the dedi on of two
e' 4/ Ca;' j lion tdtarr, to have
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auaJluru setthwneats .f the i taut pats: .f Alabama aaa Georgia Ic I prevented Giber An amend-I legal court instead of one ; which



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-- unit palsy by SGtncschaat .11.rosJ. and is propelled hy a thirty'In a stable,and spent t \igbt.. Fink. Amongst the.artitle..tak .
Prd : bigby population, and Uldh..m'* revoltingr ham walked tot.* neon te'jout 12 miles Getu "ibli'lIe { oe'ugl.u
v .\ r .ic: pfdkt1erjro.eentlkMaNin .iD settle them and not Ix a bird ofpassage *. the nrost perfect piece of me-j where an Englishman him clothes ue pruwist. ra. 200 moittrt'.
that has yet beta adopted in {and got him a horse. He got to the military ,
the State of .Habtina, t* Alerkad, : lie and his family may safely cbaaism dlut't fb"SlC and
boats. The great advantage t>f I ship next morning, having travelled the color ..
private
In Fhiladrlflhia. there all the The principal steam papers and ..
stay year. i txalUI!
*. The mercantile business of tbe building are on very high ground, these oars is tbcireriittingand leaving 40 mik..12 of them on foot. Thrrr respundcbce of gen. SoubltttfJ tor.'
Stan uf Alabama teems to he eatirely at some distance from the river.- the water edgtwayN hy which means .l tare a grnt.maal who narrowly escaped Battalion ol Doyac has 't\e

cu inectcd with the city of New-Y .rk. There is no situation In the whole no power is lost, and they are particularly , going on the party; they asked me, severely very few h..ingts aJttd ''t
Then II very little intercourse with country more healthy. To the people useful i.. esters *Ut ...r.ow bridges * but 1 refused* Many others intended .

I'oilaJe phiaVhatthercasoncanbe of the country above,it Is an immense as they otcu"y little more than going but were presented by some trifl- The following are extract, rveral

i 1 tli. not know. 1 am no mercantile advantage to Satbe expense aDdrbqueufboatingthdrc.ommoditln half the breadth of the common wheel [t'OJ; cirtumstancr: or other, such as the letters received by Ihe- "** If,"
mun ; 1 therefore do not know how it up We have n* doubt but the iron boats 'taunt of powder and shot. There are portuuity, and we are inclined sine
will be adopted particularly I some Englishmen living near there thin crrdit from to '
A- happens that I'hiladciptiahasfittleor and down & river running almost due generally the ga y
no trade with this new ttate. Could south hroagls the most Inhospitable where a small draft of water is nectstAiy. -|l who say that the time' landed; we had ces from which they ttspeetable bate IotN

with Another adtanUge they have rover } a narrow as there never was ,. emasu
nut merchandize be transported swamps, in the summer season. They I escape ,-ORO, 11th
boats ia general U their such a thing known before. An .: The remains II,,!
a.liule expense from Philadelphia to would certainly prefer selling and buying steam n.i of the d halo sotsthlctte
Alabama: ; as from New-York ? If it at St. Stephens, were there mercantile perfect safety from fits, and ur.es.m,jglith i ; hot with eight men attempted Reyes Vargas l and
t -- could, how docs it happen that New. capital at the place to afford i mOD steadiness under the engine..;I to land some time ago, but Wt'ttall'' aave been pursued by L.iaenta

l York has monopolized all the trade ? encouragement and to supply their: This boat will Irate London in a few tost. I Tello, ..d there is no doubt *

liui, though 1 ask this question, 1 am wants. They did so whilst there was days fur Paris, the first instance of n Mrs. Stewart Is very much affected" they w.llbc surely destrotri.bit 1**

# nut sure that l'hiladelphiahaslostant a good supply at for place. It is a.I. direct c'>immunicatiun> between the and the' Commodore alto-he shed loss untie enemy up to tHVdJ'

th'tn\ ; by this monopoly 1 am indeed great ad vantage also to northern merchants capitals of France and KngUnd. tears and appeared to fret it nay I more than 40O rank and file, *
d'ju'nfu whether New Yurk has not who be disposed to adventure sensibly. He said if they had been which are 23 officers, 300 new 1ft?*_
may
Fr9ll1Aot.tttMt R'1fIt' / tie II**is*<..,. killed in the defence of their I kits with all their taw,,
b.--n placed in the situation of first in. in the trade of this country, that country ammunition, r
venture and first discoerortin other no disbursements would be necessary It maybe of stime importance t.. the It would Dot hair been so bad, but to j::,equippage, baggage and proiu; !

cars, whether mercantile or mechanical at be Stephens, before they coat4 metcantikwmmaaity to know that the he lost on so trilling, an occasion, hr t I Among the slain is an English| | t Mo.
.. and whether the hat not towed commence business. act further 1'1'0.14 for the collection thought: was dreadful. nt '. j' n..ogo is among the puss

4 th. teed uf which others will reap the ** They would bate no warehouses of duties, passed the Jd of March, Mrs. Stewart went on shore last and has been treated with great ::::

., harvest. l to build on the river, no storehouses to Isis, -ad the act to amend the same, evening for a short timr. She was rosilY and respect clue to his
** 1 he state of the trade, the character build f the exhibition of their merchandize passed the 3d ofl.rch. hall except dressed in I>>ournift and shotrrdgrrat tU '*: ..We' general Morales.! 1Ge5i ua,1,6!

of the population, and the character no dwelling houses for themselves the 3d, 4th and 7th sections, were repealed sorrow-indeed it is sufficient ISh army has to d4pIJrr the tips

,.f the mercantile men and of mercantile or families. All of these can the 8th day bf May last.-As to make any person feel so-1 hair t rte of hee bravest ufficerviL yo' of

+ capital, has been well :ascertained be'obtained at reasonable rents. For tbe pristed statutes will not be rrcvived scarcely seen" a sile since. Fn.snot and -rnandesT, wh:" r.III.1t| t tts

by the merchants of New-York tat proprietors of many of them hare in the ordinary course of things, ei- There were two or my mrss-matrs hottest of the ction, leading Ot !

but the knowledge which has bcrn not only broken too much in upon( liter at the Custom House or b our in the number, and they were: all uncommonly trOo,ps victory and glory. Ollr ty

acquired b} tiie ascertainment of these their: capitol and credit, by erecting merchants until the middle of autumn, fine officers ccrtainh 'as been, in killed and sroandron'

fa. is, is knowledge which" cannot be them but have been less expeditions in we take this opportunity of informing among the sn'artc*t on board and lank anti file.

c .. canned to Ncw-Yurk. It is common obtaining judgments against their the public of this fcL.-.We understand wrrr universals beloved. As soon Later tuitlligentc states. that t1

, knPledge. It j. public property, neighbours, than the f.rrign" merchants and it is worthy ..f...." nation, as the Commodore heard of the accident : l is uf the enemy amounts to ut. tA"

; a..a tuc whole commercial community ,gate been in obta:mug j .d,;- that the statutes with air generally inform hr sot'a whale boat- del sent: elf 600 mrn-and sanguine hopes'

t with reap tnc future h"n"'hil",, meals against them. There b ho from the moment of their pat- lieutenant: and doctor down, to t:.r entertained that general SonMetterstapcd 'Ii

+, tar loss on blighted crops falls bcui.I comparison between the facility .vitb sage, are not received at our Custom>> what could he done and if any thin- with only two >tfeo ..-bt.,
i ( } .... the first ..ultivaturs.t which nwthcrn merchant can recov. suave until lung afire they hate been could br saved but they returned would finally fall into our heads .
.. The exports from the btate of Alujama judgment agaiustthe retailer hereon sent to our Consols abroad i and if it without the least hope. Several of -

i are %auableknd they will I become a note for 5000 dollars, and tfcat were not fur alum,.n report, laws. the officers volunteered to gn and look tTr.mkubdtsr .Af> JlaJrlf"'. CUtftt.J

. very coitttuerable. The cotton which the retailer list to rrcotrr J-fiy would be acted upt>n long after they fur the Mallet, and the' Rotrrwr t'nf i".11 t4"' V.'ta '. 1'\1' ; ,..r'tr. ..' I', 'SX

t + exported (rum this state, of the last judgments agaitm his rufttomcts ; many er atcd to be in force.-.\*. I*. "/.*;,. a guard tu take rare of any thin; that uufIit. t armor Aligaui" "."r

t yens crop, not in< >uding that which of whose debts stand oa an open -. night come on shorr.Yesterday wr /rat, b fareAe.'fivfirt1 t'oJ.trtt.
} was raised o > the waters of'the Tenit account.M FraM lie Afc*!..** Gftlrttr hoisted our colours half 1'O"t. and Augustm.. by lsivtne J h. ? .

&*."&*(!, said to hate amounted from It is true that a jyooJ deal of Though sreral detailed a a I every vessel! in the harbor did the name, and by nun.inatiunuf thc lon r"., rl
2-o 23,-,J0 balct.<< Tne crop of the wholesale business hiss beets done at St. the catastrophe to whtcn tit ii. including an English frigate and all the Representatives. of tsar .\?, oa.

p .ntt year Mill probably be one half r Stephens, but then tin merchants wUo lowing commbtikalinQ: refers, hatC' the Chillan s ju..drun.rsrt LOIJ.eror of Mexico, swear t v eels

i nl t, a.40XXW. balet. The conj hate purchased there, and retailtd in been published, the narration of the and the holy .Liang Hits, that IJJ!
... of merchandize trill bear no midshipman wilt be read with de end audpr. sme the: Ron.an litho.
+ .'tiou the c( unu1'II 'e bunt rmbarrseU in young / Rattimirt Federal G :rttt'.
1 p..iruuu to the civp. \\ here is it t.. like manner; and the sudden fill ift thc ihterestv-It U written with engaging The following are the Inter from hind Ap.s'ulic Religion WtrfLIt

, ti t *J. J rn. had capital ilwouldgou priuufcottonand tbeembartastmrntO'CaViuned artlessness sad ingetuousty. srasiodi Mr. JeftrMon on the suhjrct ofdumesti permitting any other in tht En.pia

t t up,:. Hut ttthuuld go to New by the mad s,stem of lAnd wine, the publication of which wr that I I will maintain and cause: ;< be

U .,..*, *ht>ei< g the moat convenient t speculation'which existed a few years J.Slratt" a letter fn a Jftirijr :avid deferred in oar last r umber.Movtic'tto' [ maintained thi Constitutionwnnnjl La

\i d J., wete it nut that 'for.'tgn met ago, has stagnated the blood, as It aAipsatrn / l&erdt /te 74, dot rd Oct 7. I SAid Congiess wilt form, and mean

< 4.iv C'aunoi be obtained. at New wete in the whole commercial system lit(/ rrffe. Mirth 26. -Whilrl lltrd" Wavhiniton,. while the SjpAiusb Constitution: in siik'tetters :

,. O _".. ,u ay good li-t m. as'at New of circulation. Dread of the want of You must n.t expect any amuummt a member of Conpret from )our state i iI i as naay be exprdirbi, and J.so .

,%; \ .. ttita'-lpnraorl/.ttinsvrr. AmiYCl health I am will aware* deters many from our IdlC'fStf' are all very ( do rot recount which. ) presented I the! laws, alders: and Decries at{

,,"'pc'-' ""AllaSI. ttiuu,h 1 donoiutc northern merchants from attempting much drjectrt on accouKl of a dreadful iw with two bottles of Wine made hy||< ready issued, or which nay hereafter

;s' -., k N I'aLi. >rut juti,(e (rom appear establishments m this country. Nor accident flat happened last ftiev tau, one of wftiehof Madriracolour pruned (tout the s 4id Congres, hit-

a. s, tit \".'tacnl merchants who ts it altogether unfounded and as the day the 10th ,..,'.-hu Perry, Dr. Lu t.r still was entirely factitious: ; the'lug in neiw.at all times, the wlurtI

lu ...\ ntu-tU tm-ir gtfods in this danger increases the father you p Pay, (a gentleman that came out wit otkr. a dark rrd wine, was made)I I lur I I I for :Nation ; that I *>illnoia>ter.tf,

I Couth .<, v. .butt tu. eeti lonirn: end ....lith. the very highest | rot us) Midshiptirn Robert Marshall, from a wild or native crape, callrd in cede or .. i'.K' *j'ilt\tU mew nt. upon waxtt which can IN rr.rhnt'f' wa vessels John Crcmcr, Hubert D. Coffin, Di- Maryland, the Fox Crape, hut v.rry hnip're ; that 1 will Lot exact prwiwe,

'""..)0- i lacy vid tttcir goout. The y ought to lie srlcctrtl. It- was on this ward .Preblr I:. n..ham. snit they diflVrent from what is called by that monf) or aught else, WHIM,ut iceree

ii ,h dij not se i 4 ttu-m incited to unpriirfn-- account that the commanding officer men lilt here in cur first cuttrr on a name in \ irginia. This was a serf of the Congress ; that 1 trill ant 'Ac

plea men, or 10 mru unacquainted of the 'troops stationed lower down, gunning party to Kintm, a place vi\ 5w wine, and %o exactly rrsemMing" from any one his property ; u" >idea
with U4tauC' Hut the; old them to obtainr in tof, from the secretary of miles from here. Next morning Mr. 'hr red Rurrnndy of Chamhrrtinone. ciatly that I will respect tt.er,'aa,;r Mtt

i men %ithuu< cai1it'.t. '1'hctratic \\a.t war, k special order to remote them to Pinkham returned by Iud with for nf the best rrtips) that en fair comps Liberty 'if the N..tioll.andtblpfffi,
....on bore a high Th e of thc loss of the tal Libe'iy of each ir.tiiidual.. iit'
gout "" price. St. Stephens Hoe\er, I do not pretend melancholy news -isen with that or which I had very : /
t )..dhti.utl'aturrsstclCrtc _an ;u me. to say that the climate run at boat and All hands extent hiniMflf and rood on "*,ir wane ta*>lr imported by to what I hate sworn uranypattth. ttcf -

'1'tic! Mi.i.ir ;
tbf) acre uiukiu grcUl fortancs.t as the neighborhood of Philadelphia got down there about J u cluck, arise company could not diMinpuixb the; not be due.. to me, ar.d in such 1Y'116,1I
.. it then l.iat th'-j found a r.iati tremendous surf brC'. .. \ shall br null and void. Thus
turpiistng ,, ; and if a few merchants thoughtit our from t"ir othrr. I think it would br' tray
should Oeuete tu:ni e vrt p 'sst s set.WiU not wonh while to make any attempt sat:cast a mile from the shore; and they well to push the culture of that grape: i s GOD te my aid and my defence, aif <

means -uou('itu make rttablultm to carry on business in this country did not like to risk it; >4t a midihipmito witKwur In,lbg our time and efforts in not may He demand uf rnr.

iris t 11 it nur..-rittiig that tney there are seen enough, who th cat to whom 1 had described rile search of forrten vines which it wilt (Copy) Mexico, MJ; -> .. h l.:2.;

I. .uld n\e Lid out their gains in unfortunate in heir own adventures{ place having been there before in take centuries to adapt; to our soil and (Signed>-
i bu .i ." stores, and warcoouttt$ and from tM un i calculation or froma j the Same boat in a calm time) insisted climate. JtJF:: WSAtlGtT1ERREI.:

g., i.i.a", elliiag h unf Very cautious change in the price of produce-. upon going in, saying he knew the Thtobjf'ct of thr present letter is so _. Deputy Secretary.
ni ,,,.,ustS itatc worncd aton. ;; a %:hit, mashie tt* es.*,. *..> ."r lMlr rrliednp 1 place: so they depended upon>> him.I .- far to kindness. and -
,. . on
trespass
r | .. r. 4-- -JYt'tir t ., your urlliCDmnIDn
t ( I
M M n urkfW..lt'dgconfbasinru. fur As it -as blowiagtvery fresh tight onshore
very cautious men are nut the your disposition promote a cultureso ;: o
tivity and intrgniy. .\ steered direct i
they under
remarUMe on
useful .
the '
w.io ail t.e luunn or the men, as to requMt you at proper '
ni insuncr of the want of accurate' khowle.jg j short sail; a sea: struck them and car- 5,\\1"lUUA ACUGST 11.
who ,,', -I << to send
&
of irason
% .. .,i, one .nu inuca lift of me some cuttings -
our country, exhibited b tied them alon some distance. .
M'%. "t'rt06.d in 0& new country. : ; .f that vlnr--They should betaken off THE YELLOW FCVER
.. f.e price of totlun fell. Th some Northern. merchant, b, thatwhen I second sea struck them and knockedI in February: with S buds to each: cut- Awful TisttaLun! most: unlocked for, mod

o p'a could not buy. 'fury could th. yobiain real estate by mortgage I them broadside on, aDd rolled her bottom ting-and if done up first in strong tlepkirable calamity. Such Will, be the k*

idu jj-y for what tney had uou'l1t.- ,or are enabled 10 sell it under upward. As they were all ptx>.l I linen and then covered with paper and gauge of huudrctU: or letters,sent htnce Vf
: execution, they seem determined to swimmers but two, they all got hold of near't the AKly
'I .Ie 'redo of tue cm ir>o meixhanufta. : addressed to me at Monticrtlo next mail. It becomes thtrefort wr
i" they iiieinvrhct aI wvtn it.' j jA i .rr ..II. fence buiJdinJ'lhieh'I' the boat except one of the men that Milton! and committed to the post as public sentinels to make some rtpcrtami -
.. cowl Irtyim dollars da not bring could not swim he hid hold of Marshall' but.WC' .
more ; will ,
very r reiuanckuir j example of they come safely and so speedily we arc fairly and honct solupoted
than nwf\ and with coal, and n ..
little
yet a rcvi- suppled
tney as to render their find vital
'% uts in the IUMU fbL btcphcns.wv.h ( success provable. great difficulty in Uteraumngon
s 1 , II 110 miles tt H>ve Mobile: val of trade MouKI. rent at 8 SO a Da went down together. Crrmrr, Preble, Prayinjr your pardon to a brother amateur : report to make.: fVVe hate i it from the oW respectable
month. and the
Puy, other
b. icr dj miler as the road fiatst. ** seaman, whose in these'things, 1 beg leave to tjn- authority that the F ffinhV ii
: .t only cu n..rth of Mobile un t uas at sale lately of a tract of name was HredaftersiruKxlin :alon;< tier you my salutation and assurances town,_n.| we hare no doubt of de tt,btu ear
a
1 I6f acres,bf'aDdt a considerable time, sunk alongside of the "wat. Therrittrirdfurihrsitore.l'rrryi'inkham' .ti*,
r t., .MrUin ; and is certainly the I part w reject. Tit. JEFF ERSOX.Maj. ti>it continuance herr, we hate jiwt w <
ITK '." r 04 .uarably situated fur trade, of I under tuuivattwn, ant hating tolerable I Aotor. dlbt.. that ten dais hence, tixrreiH! lie
a .. can ..ie raters ..r the i'btn.iigby. build sins on it. It lately ant TOO I and Coffin went together a great way; a dollars, and was now sold at auction but as Coffin who w as very small could Few: ,",Oid"I"
s I 1 i'is'ib.ry ic the principal rite E rtret dated .'1ulttl1 t rfl 20. actual pfcmrnee of the YeHow
i $. lit. of lie ftnucuee, in the state oft fur .s hy. The crwn trruwini on- it ays not swim very will in the surf." Mr.Perry ** I notrd Cooper's recipe for tnaking town,should not bv considered s**'?extnor-
worth eoisidrrablj murr anti teethere topt to assist him, and they diiary dare ebaTe \," tbffheahh.est
A a ,.:;.ci. ; (:; wine which yon mention in your ; w c say
.,. i ; .. Car counties connected with itcuiita.nt is no real depression in the price were both lost together. Pinkham, I letter, and regretted it because it will ; portoiw of the back country lade

Itresu.lI*, a much larger of property so situated. It is much who swam on, finding' he could not heany have a tendency to continue the gene j Atlantic States, The fcvtr nay be eamtJr

t'. \ J>UloiU II aa.tt Ihuic- connected with po-the the same with store goods. ; a hundred assistance to them got on shore, rat error in this country 'hat brandy always %here-to the north**to tIle south,jet a cwr
; Alsbxma. dollars worth sold in the same way, but was twice carried off by the return,; and sometimes not believe that. x ever b,comes u ,d10a3a.
nil i nave nut the censusbefuiv sugar are necessary -
,, i\ site, an t cannot speak with cer: I may often be bought fur five dotlan.1 of the sea 3uO yards* and then thrownup 1 for wine. This idea wilt retard and rtractedly. it is utterly inconceivable. hot

tainty. A larger portion of the exports hate taken the liberty of staling all again. At length he got a foothold discourage our progress in making any mflction can rage here,as long IS our bar t.
from iherahteni of the Mis- these things you, on account ol the in the sand and when the water good wine.-Be assured that there is continues salt and the Oolpb stream!bre tt'.
(part anxirty I fell for the prosperity of a left him he ran and got clear of itvTbe continue in its duly, luxurious office. TB*
of
sib ippi Matt, n.ut t alsv find a went by never one atom any thing whatever aI
country in which I Lave resided so name of the man that was sated of however, is a matter for time to ilecid *
the
the 1'nalJa.c'J. i'oe iw leers unite put into any good wines nude in
a'jaut 4) niirs a''N"'e M,bilr. large portion of my life; and if any was )M'OanieU( got" upon the bottom France. I name that country because I whose discussion we prefer to turn ewer4 fclBI"7
** The for vessels friend of your may wish for any further of ilk boat and held on to 1).. can vouch the fact from the assuranceto : mow accustomed and abler hamls- ol
negation sea on information I wilt Pay to assist him but for the is with the plaid: mattCf
Impart with a sea strnrk new present
4 4, the rotntiigty.i terttunatrs at the rapids myself of the vignerors bf alt thebest withiI
the greatest readiness.V .*' him and washed him ofT. Aa he found wine fact the existence of the yellow fever
.i just .""Uft' St. bienhens. SuStc* cantons of that country
that the boat did not drift in the limitf of our town.
any more,
phrns bears the same relation to Mo. which 1 visited myself. It is never done
for
laraorexesr h'tat he fur the There haTe been several de tbs,within
ear A.talT1t'tt'a. swam shore, but Was can idoff
but
r bile! that Richmond docs to Alurfulkkj by the exporting merchants a.ntltht"ft
/ Late I. sm
.
a "I4rt1 Owner.On four times and was then so weak List seven Waa111C'fCD ouhta$large
j Any vessel! that can reach Mobile only for thr English and American
Thursday last the
public were he could scarcely stand-Mr. Pinkham alarming proportion for the population-but.
can reach St. Stephens, s.x; months in much gratified: and astonisned at the i who markets, whereby a vitiated taste attributable UtluJ
4 was on share, waded out as far I we believe there are budh'e .
G the year. At all times or the year exhibition of an Iron .tn..IN' in the as he the intoxicating quality of wine, more \
could and held terrible
t't- is for vessels$ an oar to him than its flavour, is required the pal II enemy.
r? water which require river Thames. A large of elil which '
i party he laid hold of and was drag-; AlltherMM have made their appetri" r
oily ','n. and sonetimi-s ei),ht or ten tingushrd naval officers and ; of
engtneers grd' to the land. As ate.I \hat I
soon a* they landed within the paat week-Th s first was
I fw r. Hut when the water is deep, thecurrt Mid servants embarked at I'ar the pray you to accept my thanks for I to styli
Spaniards made Pinkham exchange whose death announced
is rapid, and a sea vessel! could ,j Hamcnt, stairs on board the .\arun,iron pantaloons with them. The your kind attention to my request. It ,.gentleman nun recently returned tom tiler
i made with view a eataring
n *t wtnout loss of lime was a to
muc i go up, steam bOlt, which encouragethe t' .
j immediately
got seaman, who had lost his shoes, and hate of south-Th.. second was a ]Wj
vr'tu Hat tue assistance of a steam boat. ; under weigh, and proceeded to Hatter- example you set, trying froml'c..orIean-Thethirtf
else
every thing found a coat few arrived
great native day 9
hut it is really there, that the main exput sea bridge ; she then descended to that had drifted our grapes already acclimated, whose caw
-. and '.I ashorebut aquaearel rather than those which will requireanage wMt fculyi an ancent inhabitant .
import lr.d'ould make Dlackfriars and
a I manoeuvred for b*w
twit with of
produced
one them tbat.To.ard'e""ninghen. if not
to .
st,tid, were then capital to make it a : or three hours between the bridges in get to habituate them to our climate, wa greatly.jnfrm'atecl wa"ho b+msfull.
some of them and will and excessive hsdulgencein green
stand. There IB no .food lanJ belowSt. a very 'Irl.Thi.. steamboat disappoint discouragethose : wL
superior sharpening their knives on stone ,and who Th four youth of'.uftcll, 1
a
them and with was
,
Step:tens bu' land try ; my
sndthere built
swaijip I was at the Horsier ironworks as be was alone (Pinkham baling setoff unnecesssiywre e ?t,
thanks I tender the u races$ of brought on hisoWaae by
'
are not mor an plantations my i.
3i Mr. and
J 1 by Manby, put together for the ship on (oot, without show, esteem and to the sun, awl extravagantin "1*' j
and niosi cr then :Inconsiderable great respect.
he-, in Hotherbithe. She is the most and And \he fiM. :
scarcely clothing it alarmed
fruit.
any ) and |,
TH JEFFERSON.Maj. immature pernicious
tW,'JI St. Stephen* and :Mobile., The' complete piece of ia him of cam' :
workmanship, much. lie made habits
very the beat of S confirmed,
' '' J. woad.Rrtart wa* a man of long, .
: e-Mirts from this n.per Country musty the iron way, that has ever bern witnessed his way into the where he "*
,
country
... site intenperence.For
.f St. Str "..'ns. The and draws
imports fHat of
: one waterless II'M..ca
concealed himself.
been
About hu
f,....-. -he ttrtrth-rn njfr midnight, 0/a deiflatch qCeJ.. Telia, the last three days, there
tm es'a' ," all Ihara
n b .
has ,
any steam *l that ese r left his hole his rcmAinin,
on way to the ship. to Gentrvl Jr /a TIm, in Faerto e-nordowe know of any
the woridforthc. supply of the Tom-J, been built She is 106 fret long, and Ube got short distance he stops C'4I&d/ '. erupt eoa yuung arr11'Yf'1,J.f1 wM !
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the 1upp'terntita'sr ntn\Jte torten of daiupatHn, std aatA l c++ t Board of Health entertain the most t1t.tH.rt\l&M of that cad of town anal the direct, in the penalty oilier thouta4.

,'111 f1 b; health fort". .1".w.Ott.to belief of drtHHbed suruxr in whteMoe noctir arc there .
the
"ngui..t that dollars
trll'b one with I
1't'q'1nt eurity
conditioned
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or Moth
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-Jfcrt the 1t'1t'nn Maw had in th-ist' n-flcct na.the sKt J aryl tHe ynttn. pal causes hat already bcrn prhlf.i-I Fto.n Ute ..ort.h'waft\wr feel... for th- ...ff>r ante of the du-

Lratrp ; tbe drrtasri 1 Is. UMF purnt .n<| the child qnirt thrr o' cm ed, and that iu rrraovat hill ia scan jutftaLIt" wi rtatm;the loflo*'. jx ne- tics of their said offices.

rlnt'f'nnttl her misf'l rt11nr."bf.t ,Ickncrs, and saknce cures rcmonannce. (days prevent the occurrence any rat ftUut, HI terry case where nah{ *btI 8. UrltfvrtAfrrnaelrdj that the Inferior

aft rani tn a near Am *hat td > yoU iar, ,jx itwuiwr l>oljtw cases of the alarming chars,'ter of!I frtd' phY' lat, these 'Js Lace beenGaanlt Courts shall be the offices of original -

not admit.that *****M dU*f. n1tre; mre." a wired)V 1 do t but I do trot alma that j I'I pm..l.Tbr.e rMnJ facts a.-.ng..tua.Uat" mortgages%
,hat Fire day have vith and other
if' here already iustrumcnts I law
ot 1e tfltt'hut see itiitht-0fI1f-n101"l. tlnrhtrsnt'falcrcattatkM elapse the cvnctivvw M trr*. UbJ that these Gait required by '

111"' mar nn'h+'ecfthemy-we m" n++dr.emits' I not lImit," the rnjoymcfit(if hit creaturr t to a wsmall w oat any nr* ease of that drs! ri.Mjn,' bate WMuik}< eantrbutrtt to the d**<*e wiuchha to be recorded within their respective

"tumd'ti.nththelntt+ntl.Mtofthr6lke'and' I period; of tltrir abort rt ener.. Tltttn j and I confidently awn that the natura 'I pftr- 4r J nt out ettr. iIn Counties.

mMt a.factory'; stare' I are plimre prmidcd for t"try *U, e or dI' purity of this atmosphere i% such eunfiirxHy tra 11M )ft'C'ttOT'tt cm'1t.. *e 9. He tt (rt&ertnacfrd, that the Inferior

wr t'I'.e aft' U:11o.tt"t1 Jtd rnry i front the.Ue to the paste t butUte',I that with proper attention, no .pedemie *I!is retry M < aMw or4 rr I.all these tMiimnoved Courts shall have puwer to fine sand
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tfii' f4eh"rrr ,, Kkirce tf thiw; pleAxtm H .Hie* txrwnrd,|I olt' town, an4 lute the ptemure now to
and best fmtu.-.r thuge It ,t or cihaiirtrd in j oath,that" lexd at *.trrM |. arising from local causes, fr their upset 'tat *e bdlCTe our orkn lute flees imprison for contempts of their

lrthr tr't tM't'J'.rI'.ss a uM'f'1 du.-to an.i<1 1r" !of living ualcr ta rrtsw Ut during our pilj rv i removal, can continue to e..tl. I must I i I raithg.R: .. rts.R AUlhorttv' provided the fines do not ex-

tI' M T'T'f..r-rC' nf .1'r'Nnt r., a'II :! nuffr,we hate nothing. kft but the dregs of however, recommmd to the '. the for .f 'IliMcb.. speak are part of the cretl twenty dollars or the imprison.

,t. rfa nan eta! former j ...roach*primer
"r 1 I l addtrsa -.1 t..e ".' stones at rile It.raweaa aM the
,, ..U J'e t'.4ariertOkmskrrt, nrjoelf toyo caution_ at well in relation 10. Jlf further enacted, that there
jbattle .'Tn"nr'nI"I sir - e.Ip ttara.c.t, asrt w w to" am..ec s aJbeowrbt
tt.", r..n-m't''tt'd. sM wry +. mode of living, as adopting a r. %p tw.. shall be appointed a Sheriff for each

; *!.n vr at til .altrwA 44 O sot hfrcfc reitV a rats imrc llJlltt I1aa police. ,r. IU\1!>iN.it. ounty, wno shall perform all the du-*

i-1. .11 Drr'tatpc. fnrtritht Ve wwpect that the | Skjctl o cfl
y"" ",''f.r,'.ilrfrt. ii'f' IN' tt+ett i hint men of revpertabtlHy, 1 was induced t.F.t1.. lion It: upon the duttr of his office, shall' I
.., lor.' Pontarr ta. .ltth 11l2.t. .
d..tH N !. the J'MItPdt p o' *tbk : C tf'b\-1I Gtncp pahn.rah A rtttrin;air rtes to l"I"'tI..ht the atteniM, i tail eren.MK; of paw IW .Anggt.tnt tsar, ahbeudit of as take an oath faithfully to execute the I
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,: _:".. .HO to c**'-**l w* 1,1 C"I i i1ef1"t'f'l8.rtsre mossy is dtrtf, ww once the inhabitants of 1'env.rol, to take p.4nv'pt'a. i ltMwJIIhotUk".I duties required of him without respect ,i

.., ,> r.ffH1..11. err m elan the E f1Iq4Ift. into consideration the rrl ituaii *R four ira tsars a ,et.J terawkr it their of persons, and execute bond in tfie office

.eitwrlrrip t sees 'contiima asmagrttr.c t t1t.. M UK anctwn of rtrrral truth city.and the motteflirient me ii, assts in a.tsas td.m . ,. ...eatmr of Secretary of the Territory, I!

3 ; ..the ads ire ?f t'jf' Wt
T.,9Ine WIT*eareti fmm f 4lyirplrewiTManflbjeet usual occasions to tflkit the with conditioned
7 ,. ..rttfttn-a'y rfartotht t"I inkrctltecL % on such per ht atrs a1. . eMy atnt 'oC"J- approved security,
dlt : of such tad 1m[" aVitance of tome of the roust acme T.. h no.!*ce Mitaw iilbe sot "aot occ far the '.erformance hi* said offire,

tryngthr m tow+Me parr beard of t****. why ir mt>i van ret natmBed with .. and pnWic wiirilcd, committee of c. iiaMt ,.,ed ., ....tebe. ire ;or at !su.-h other pUce as the (toveraor
,'W( eMrl"i dRlM.-oJ and and
... ,f!*,- ;expK; wmmn who h**'been ;; | u'tl only the rest of'ywir 1'em; anN .1.1 f MMltt vigilance and atnnJ'f' ftl. to act in . i t. 11M" 1 air, wcakta nM4 not ttatttr that appoint* which shall net he void
11' tMM tw twUl
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tnrr.basts AN UM w a
""'Ircor.ttda L Afttrtwtarrcoa.Ent I \ ht not cnlti-.te th se inlHl t aJ mourn*, conjunction with the board of health. CJ..mpII upon the p.yn rnl of the penalty, hut"re

thaI "I 'hau repeated the e* r*,that 4INrh ahaaM 1'II"t., hotly present sheen, THe Inward having ran accordingly Tbtrrfwe V+we
can nc'nT.-il aft/I *cJ *** the wrt'itVctw; *l.Jmt"t. .1 bitt with clft- gvrm of futarc aN nW happ thought proper to name ten gentlewetiin ut lfgtr.tt. ; t octet Ur.llne.KA lit,amakata 'ml his securitiesshall.be liable tothe

that ft new CMC IMM aram. The,.. ito vt' \\1" not ahoerto ac 1w those 1. addition. those already appointed, J IS, t. .*". .".}. a d tuft of any person, upon failure or ne-
t !' *habitt's h d n.t tw the p;story '... .r. f%Jkn., bot .w to rbe eaau an.W a wit wIM.'I"I
a.,,. .ilK..t t and t(1 fc\\ p.tr.ai4ld'tni' ..c" .1 Qe.rlsa'oyoirJ :a-i I and who are respectfully requested tt Me het ut -pw.Qa, 4t<*ct of his said duties.

. ,..vtkr; slut th.rt U and dt"'r-iwrJ."t.d. : .**.jTet y/>>tis+4>ire* HQMN t# unite theirefTort* in tbU import doty. re' the.pj ytaitcs tttao ftIJ. t t. Rf it further enacted, that all

., .,,o 1'1 bi 4.e'e l m the fan '.Tcrof the fr. ,. 1 uti w tttr iw t .Jdat UK wmIV a+aosr U. 11.OS.. saute now depenJing and unHeierntined !:

,".Pilii," a t fi-ara cat i ft nly denKMUtfbf *- t ttt..1td. tattyebd14 rn are pwr aWq. acrd It had been ray intention to hate t
... [ haJRt r r und, .ten aew' tnjoyattprhat, laid I hefmc the inhabitant, whtn ex ritory shill be transmuted .t the! dt'c- I'

It'.a ren-arhbk rxt-atl b,' the "'.Y a I. .t .tht I'IMMC) rs 4Nhta 4
Cote, $P"I tit apcaind.the., tiia.rrte the i the proceeding of the board of j 'To ftgnlite e CM**.***anJ esu< faftrlorLotfU I either the Inferior or Superior Court, ;

Gr..daarmttC I.,. l/wcnno cares WWH f nut ctr, health mw made public, hot t wapt as tar i m My fcf FtenOtoEt -anJ it shall be the duty of the clerk .
taro tr tthrs on di.r Ipti"j : it ritarirrf Ay MeLtfilltve (orrraor sad I
tit, ryrtr7 class wf pt-opU- 4bw\r" and o- evented from d..nh so in envurnce 'of any of the existing courts to deliver .
[I .AM' t.ith ....aat*| J 1I.n-1t. 111i.'i tL with the ft rtrt 4onH\oC rut e\{ lr taste. sera rct"n.mmi ,- of the mretivg not hating ,- / that the aforesaid J ver ail papers relating to said causes -
.. M'-'J\'t'r Utr 1 1't.J.o" of the 4thI14rr' the time errttury of aforesaid
( t js'ctsnggrspria.for escapep+wtsa'err-yw c ken place at appointed. a the clerks the courts, '
Mail divided into four Countu
';I Ujllt'1 1. II ;rl t'h ,;,art r. this n orCNtD4r Kurttlu'a the satin ,1t.apNoiOSrreata. J. C. UUONAUGir.Resident be ty thedirecttou cf he plaintiff or complainant -

-Wi>', thaq tIt) Uvcix-en *tny pvtnil IVit Ure i. KMI nAwbal pMWf*. lahastad lay ictanamilrett two in thai part kitowu ascsi r'lorkla. his or her *tgr ni or attorney
6f, t iMtw cries td'w.. and tsar in mat; known as
ans
b ck--and thiVaagsuutaat7tltrC i < *u. w part
fIIIM (\ gars II. It.U nJ uke their rerript therefor. ,
I llie detntct him t* fc, fte* trash the layer at Last Florida, as follows, to wits m
itiliD oM crtc'trfkttr.Procet'dhi .
12. fie it furtArr .,eeur/rtf that ithii .
ha niiwn.
L. heaths, and Wr&-cb 'r'4 raMapt Clh. 1
lurid all .
\ t that crritory -
\ nl
her t+npaf-1.rrnpe. ,"a-.a hi a trcetMC of the usual of Health, on UW p.aJt f,o the duty cf ti.e JudKe ap C1nt-!

.)' of the LcgtflativC'oinuil. i rarer lost," and tae ttat6e fN4t or nW a t Uw.-Asa aft, ..s..t.n West of the Choctaw native titer d in VVt si Florida to hold four tc'ms'
( lu-r utHkca>ne". f has w capaai, t MIt1er sabJcets aft *. K...trial. br shyest to eta. the lit !catebia-a.l moat part of the traitor} ." ranch year* in Pcns cola; and i.vrmajtthe \'o

.'.". ''. .'wt'ttfolI2d, J kn.II' "prr.elettd to "t" ", II. G ta ,gt t is cottiidtrltmnkdgt r, oran.atd -r piin t4 a ipa'1 stbttai, stwf said the : Wr Spring on tle i."biptila -
b to U..b.
r all pas .:.It'li i m pt&taata from tic city! a.caau.nblt, renal II prrppwsrt.n . sta.ell a.alf sabot irosntrt, whirll tfA1 tite riser, ) ants the Judge in Las Fforu'a to .

,tR.4', I',1 lto..ef,1a, 011 the aubjttt of appo\ttt' AI It I* swbstW,14 'oO .ftllN-M 11. lac tar 4i4 'ntl citT, Mol'tW 'iM saner to IIicft1Mdu. river, shall constitute another countyto Hold four terms in St. Autjustinr, -
... r. to t k'U a r alt (Nary J't ..eola be called Jacksuu-anU ail tnat
,* ;a ,4.t heart Lcoa'll httt. ih gt'acrnshi t.lINt.aUtchh.hd k+w t. f 4i be rcwtttiat part
end at Jacksonville near the Colt Curd
a(ashes 1 bj-Ul: on the b\le. tlttic Ct** $n MODfCr asnb4aan 1M is d t.".l toot Newt to M k ate tole d. oi test 1 loritla, tying nurtit ot the rt. ,
yj.Viitnt' frum the cttniwittw, nn en".- I I1"tT.t.1' on ht. John's river, two terms-to
bttgatperyotrteveb.rur. It.m. LafetitMihlst..tt 1AN'A"".ttrk friar ttrr rte.arm I'r Ie ser :). Johns ami nurtb ot t.nc ecn.ontnclwg .-
.1W"t.i,l n beet*-,".tM ".\"Mt to,6Ct ttapt' ..t4 .,*oar.J..t bts phase,lie-.t iktteGrrc .at, .Chia da tart ant as 4d.f.teats foiU commence fct IVmacola on the first
calletl Co
.,r .indarllArxl"tNa, : : w 'm fo. .....U.." n' nt1)'atnft ass Ins psaes.Ik .. tM tit etertan4ibl.ien ,r. ar erot t. at a piss tue Monday of September, December
I. I 'I''I.L': ,' :I"'I'b;' .c. .at be .l t tae .r Uk Oft Sand riser, ahtl t rbiinatut, kt the
c.t.1 i: add. n.gMta4a maab.latt8ilaatiprarli Ranstt etpr McUNA nrat.fic..h \ut' and June and at the Big Spi.ng' .
hs. 1-11 Iabo.sts '1C ja-bd Mim.tsifuttn.s.e 1'Uc.I +.d all ti* fat i.uu b.tM motto i i'the* Miw"jy river ...oAll ue
V* 1; ,: tt th fi t.. <.'aunitu Mara-od Itt lit . a b the rrdiklm beaM reat.atetl ot "n the Chaz: "l.. m Jackson County.
ittr the sty % Ifrur as c nvtitut d 4 county by the fame
t, ; r Mil mi.".-,onOajs! of OctuVr and \-

t'-'' .' e<'!".-''' 'Uti. I Iii I m rx sI cI It* salter ( aMl r' m aid tic thrust that tt. Dai** eel, Ells reitiainin; pun.untar ,irtl-.nd at St. Augusite ct ir. El

,, b 11 cut tk-1 den art tx'tA'n' con !I b.,'JI'It1C' ufiafe. 1. &iaalca tosvttba wwt 'tT.AftO tre,tart l c ir/e H CH- .|>|if.. le4 aMttv hast r kiridj, shall be constituted a Mondays in December, Fefuu_ry. X',y
r-at..rtitlltN; II 'tuW1 fj.I. tat..sbdaWai. !. wcleed Tbelttailtofgadsi to .. fornbtatsoz..4theci.aal County uy tuc name of St. John.
I N t u'(oI dseay" e and and t JacksuuTille
I .. August, r.o4r
M" 'cad tht. sit
iii r""J..JC. 's tmt i U at tu idl UN cje mad wherry dire OW aV 'U b& u..LIr..cLt-n._ fw tax 1.tt .tJ.'hr rimetttl, that there n
/JHSI4! t.i.\. .i .1 ?sings--hcwc'asts d. "1Ww .1.cc.S a.Ic aav: dsas _..saa'a. stall be est..iAetl twu Ihftr.tet theC.wfurd tttitst Mondays iaMarcfi
cc 'ndnw.att.f.t.t J. ..u "anatirr" I' snd Notrmbcr. .
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; tt. .orU lee I' etasIn .
I.'rite
cag Courts to be called the Circuit l v.I,
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'' 'j. ir4W l-ltf; i' Y,. 'ri'1PI .. .. fe eifar/ro' that the
II lie-c.1t antis t ttsttb.IIo AM t.. II MUNNOX.ltM.4tbc. I tt furtArr ,
.., .. and he tor one JuJSr it
saes i < t Qt'thc li< cumpoaest t .IU
ti. pat to aairack tip ., them tar actuate. sail feror: Courts shell have crimi-
,,i .t. 1 1))-. .,'. rt 1.1. t. rose m tli ti.. .okt.ry. thud, rte h14t. Iktr ..*. .E J II. CWtj shad be app mtei by the tide fhur 1
H.vll's, Mix iM< r, C<:..Cufttxt ,_jnlt To 1t a nsre tsc .M -* Ii.' ;". iMtiition over kit uiltr.tts *-
I. .tad Cf.' Inc. W' iltiattria+ car .*, .call .\jwat dad pod ni. .mcc during 1uud 'h .
'" it i ..jTf r .1 i *'.r k 1I.n frail iA; a inlS t. gainat t> e Terittitry, in for Court is
'n( ;i''!< I. t.! <.., frc iOHtattTB. I..r- 1MW sr .bat . he\frtarrti/ Il-l. Uk Iot:'..aaa .., ...asmste..tot :I "l 'f,..JCt fttw 'rv tu ie rctuoeu cf JI' and Cuval. And t'"t.
t, I r. ." .I' if iI.nt..t1cd.. rtu Utah MM OK MlfT lrM MMHlar Mb*. At l**v.. /ooIItJ aL.tamt ."AIr. e' s. by tnc \.""."riw r Legislative Couni %on i .i
...l wCt.etarrt tdmrgtr eta fiat AubtlitJtsKoattadataf . ( w hene cr cf taw steal: be I
: : 'I ...';o ., '. -an vt s pa U*|rtiJ a t M- p wkr .i cal, wr .U..WlI' lhereof, end *iso i e- shy Duration.
1 .. .. ..' 'j ::1 k reft rt, J to s INeitrtN atflt aalr- the ts..r-t.i skins.,< er**( VrJ tt tattle' hereof- tnvvheaoftiiiTiiutyit sh .tl te t d- .,
the duties
t 'v -,.t t. ,, fj%- vrtrwlii 1ktprr ci Me M eJhHWKa. nN.' it .t,. M w t asp .t drt u.Lprt flit 1IIfItI |rutty .i- enters Utah Gnl nd adjuurned over to the Juigt-of

,,' I' >,\ )t r. II"") MI' : iRAdc tar. t hr aiwrnumat 4rpairt mUc .4..c--.n. It as MMsra 144 .m a ploy an.ctltbraatt4 1 err asaagat d tsar, shall take an oath tuisujptori the Court _after tentur and

,,,,",, .1 4i1. Li. 11',L (atit1cc 'n i ua h..a aM heM.etdathhtta.stare to 4 tut artal.tr.aw-.h, astts IMC Constitution oft,." United Superior ,
., the rr rs-
1 I h I I. I. UK i il'I"k spPtaAs..ct .ltaim maid fattittuiiy tu exctuiv tht'IdQ"'n"
: I". .. .!:. .'L.tlUrtr...:.uJ ..Uw... mad' 4d..if her Leaf twat tract wqek attest oa a brit tae tar s yr. a.l.s+ orhce waiioui piled until the opinfwnofUc next "
i.1"- 11.I It tcI'. JIi Ls.tptat.! ..t . his partiality,
t j r.'at..n' t. 1.4.11"- .IIC"" CJane ly.dry ;)error Court shall be givrn. 'in4 fie
.. I J sot .ltatg ps&tant hash laaplat.lba an.w aatr saaaAslte III ttast+ttM..a a fawn or .',( .
1' . i"c tit a ,& 'tltft was a p prisoner detained in custOCly i unt, it
t t . s !. > u<*.*' v'*n n* % ewetl atst iMt he heat asd.aa.r. '* .' .t bs rcebeJ I 3. IIf' u Jarthtrenaurd, to.at the Jil-
tOma LcT
v 'A
err
shall be made known tbat .
It t.v ... ,, .test fiat... ion.
.. ,* I" a .li jrtrt1.! J" ... elates. *lUiwca. I.IIt .atn.#l..n e.t.n"akCC ii r.et .s iferiur Courts su estafiiithedsaallexercisr -
. t/. .f-at -.. La. LV& bores .eatk'r, .w these OMttMi. these .. fit further enuetfdt l'.Uhnc
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;" 'j i ** I" 1*I"r.- ? eciutte jartiJlKtia n over all
.. i I atubLases ''J-fM J. react ..r vr.hls d rtilf t" Mlstlmene.a.at had shall be appointed two Solicitor; one

' .... r :" (tu< _, . ::11 t .:JC.airWGtitan.tthfatlyttttlM. nundteti dollarshd appelate jurisdie- for t1Cuu i
1" i. '. i. 4 act tea ace'egtrsl.a a tieHrtta lUll. 't Mr shall act as Attorney : ms .
.. : .. ; ttppawat.r? I II... ". -k.,," .'artraaer rents sums under twenty dollars' '
S .;:' 1'' . 1'J,11. r .tlatr rasp isss of a ttsatl, ohu W beats .n.at f non our ami Circuit Court and shall rece t
b..t ." h,1Io.I.UI.. tt .'the deI .. < dell of Iaop&.L. jurisdiction in all Chit
\ 1ft I.' I .t .. r yes MrAw, a *ttU concurrent hundred dollars as a c\ a -
I ei.eh, three n.envtion ,
t ba.t1.a waga4t tai .tdaa I.a. b1 .ed the I and ftalf (*** <.M.m .
I ahis Mkt of this
t 0. art 1" fat" j MHI!> t 1'. a a unit r the lw S
Pf'Ot4" a .W'St aristnjf fur
I . pdyt-j .It ". IhIJi the tsetse aa3 p. fit 1 It and flit dollars every
: .1 > krt ... ,. ifisT UOtc MM! 'tic : m ,,.I i .v ahrtH dUM. appeared territory, our one hundred dollars, ( fort
imkuttnenl -
I t.bria.s"Let net H"'.c. br had hers fps ten !*"' eo judvjiuenl upou in
.
L. (lF 1 It'; ||.%\'. c ...IC j oar L.-C' the ':pHIIJ'AH ay jmred i. .'ai< Hf a Vr each b.l with tare Superior Court, buth in law rimes and misdemeanors. .ml motions

''t. *,. ,"- 1. U. cuaa+ehttton .sadpsaa ".'*retch praatrrd 4- east M ibcm attar le litraacas ant Jsnsoj and equity- a'ins to akt persons the to be collected out of tl.f jufl-;- } ; '

r 1 I t$.: r a' '., ra.tt .ltetcpVtr j a.v .b4$)uLet"tti.'ged ,0 that pur,.!.hr ba-I bars Csst.iafy c..J ri-iti of appeal or writ of error from mint against the defy nd.nt. nit sb ..td
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I. ., 1 'f , Ivy axs' afar ttt cocsAndgse t<. fn .tol nn*-thrt die ** -l 'oM esetrtoslf the Superior Court
ptn1 the Interior to .
... it be recovered of the cfc&n&m,
1'I t. . to tort each mtmcdl at it k. ..4- !K two H.t nM btii'1 of".,r ,aAei.rrbk.- ttittttil that if either not
t... ( tJ..nl d. Lwa *ir t.l*, kl iMtii taadba- "b r4|.r rain tlirr a ee rr> the talc 4anNi (jrfoh 4. Ur it ftrthtr from to he paid by territory. 1 1Is.

1 &.te lea .,dna,.1ua. tl.Ci W lilt.. w bo amt A.M<*>abate tvrtt slats aftrrnivnrvd party may desire to appeal Belt further eitaetrd* that the .:

tae runpr'atu. uairsrlrrs. on'the -.- ., .. _- hi-,atntad ftua X'C'.hk. IW n00 slyer the judgment of the Inferior Court he Judges aforesaid shall termite for their

"atjgn 'fir. 'Ut Prtr' tnrseapwdentr : >I:b in bt'ChJ arm the 10th in 1". Q ear Met spry ftrC"IIrf'.L Itda tuft oi; said court, praying that it (
I "U1U'JI. 11'111' ail %. 3t all c \.iJf Gf-HUlblltAltaUvr tfSrk.u f sat rerw .e.lmahk hi tr UI a.bits. paid quarterly nut of the treasury of.
and made
I. 1J t.lat 11" I.I' (.. !,cat-lust now .-!% to.icitns.TO TW oor.aII MaW!. asunf lrttin are. may -ic sagas d, sealed a part the Territory, upon a warrant from tho lh

i-1 oLi'; Its'.ult.tit i ptat fui--lh .1-- - -- .t art ..f" pi.o tile..r J. yr.u s seta.l.sdtr of th.' ,record and tt shall be the duty Governor.

t. TI 1 vldlghtlu r' if--lull" : THE InutTta car rlaastprLI..1t dsslh es ..A...)nr. lair brtanls time Inferior Judge, tu inspect tbe --
mo
t. 'JlUUI. nix1'' '; o', itosv ,*, tnwa clad 3t _t'dt"d .t 1& c.a1ldtcle Said bill, and if it contain the evidence METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL i
ito. rv rat appotatt.l, ct sprit l of Ihrve itMcRteltKeMkIPen. i ( and ,
k < decided correctly precite -
'it n lace or point t
I' iti the instance of
filled the Oward ot IfltS. .
uur cu to gsa rcnowt sail cta-WMt .en t'otn.iaCo-Ia.; aat 10 to
L.11I"I Health, I lay nefore the public t stateiincnt |**r of tar CIt!.aMww to M reset aft ly, ne shall sign seal and certify the .. I't rattinp 'rneathet. 4

t ihcir proceeding, in relation a-s'ot. that he d:1IIIOI'e-nd. the hash aametuth, superior Court. T." ,-
.7r-I- wiin.tr_
rut ... 'I-CI"JUY. .to the occurrences, whuh for a lime, Iona tIrs .nn tLb cat etaaonatiott bate 5. Bfufyrtbrrcmtttteti that should Ibtt" ,,T .t..2 I Ila

'bkrasiowd6yt, tt'atlr .Mdqr fitkD.1. 4ppeared .aM the foJraic.o h' the party neglect to take an appeal he \\ .
seriously to threaten the -'S. Fair!
ss
L' hole tdb.l1a.tIIIm.,ftat. us'e' *u.altn of the The mwlrr gated baring been appowmt kjr may at any time thereafter, before the ) ttU E. Fair. i ;
t. K.
citro'Iult'n fU I
the 7T 8.
1 Unf'l16m1 the Ita&M of lleaUli to esaiwttr the brat w 11
in pv
a..t I
Far Lapp i r tUry g,t1.r.r d ty tilt04 ", ..U...11 ad: it is the duty of fie Hoard of other p-rtnfirtt or wto*ufcl anesal eab.taners anal execution of the judgment, procure 12 i8S T I N. F. (taint r
"fro"'dl
V ; h1 Lier't, lleJtu I) all otlktr iMiwiee .tacta. be a copy ofthr record,and if there 13 11 U fU S. w. kun.
kzetath to state the. (.rl' trulj in artier a* "< a. a r
ayuhtul6nthaCttrleli ,
11 ld ojiatd eMcfeJon tJwd..t in the proceedings he Ii au 8. 8. S. W. Fair. '
.
",1.'r 'gilt assert that: fMitoi M the eot,. itt > be any error \
K stet but I rambled on wt FcahWi) roving1 ry t, form ereiy one tray j.enabled lo ..t Oft...we a .dI attl assign said error and present ito U 8'1 81 81 s. W. R.&ln.- .
shore -n opinion fur himself may E. Kaln.
Full tli'iv ttl ; at to the rat a the flahltolotiW 16 8V U. 8'J
parurjnlarraitauu6o and should the
vr
< Court
1 I .-that first! to/.cal-viily read the AJtp!,' charger to be apprc:.tendril it is also (hff rmt t. m the Cit!. Tbry tcruU ut} the Superior that rrhunder.rrhatndet.. rhttnder.. '
of
ucn-d tolumv of Sat be opinion
v''r.tU'.tc.'JIjI.llth. theii duty u-rn.ol' fr as possii of ti e Its rety clem akl ia Ke orkr. oth jude t court tTbumUr and ghtning. .

Unit imbtb'J in earl 'OU !. hlt.t. .ruuudiess or unnecessary a.1 eat rcttt rata fowl but conUntcJ aathina tnjttttice had been done, or that there - -

M 111.1'. rt-niciTtbfr'J e'en m MV*.4vcLnc-; tar n.It . h eh.n our t psi ns 'W'OIdo1 Krncn to J catr, wa error in the proceedings, he may -

buy v f||illuminate the pith of truth cannot be denied and a ft w weft fawaJ tiry ,,,. In terry m.rtMer award a super cetlus to stop the operation -
I
that
Ami several
he t put!*tu h..ppifJ..d.rinf. ofn cases we gate such ttrrtto and onlcn a sere of the judgement until the matters .
Thi
.x II no alarming nature have CMMwImd tbe tithe Cots.ter n
liipp* to unf the iiifiUit nuiid t pattd the th and tnt sttgist billions attacks, ;I ewe and f..htl tlM iphabatatata cherrfallys/ItaX ,
pofin king hair been iuorc fiequent than usual 'i U>obey them pewopUy.tNrattcnuon Superior Court, the saaer-ccd'us sha

Either tin* cc:ne, than I't'ru'.nun t of in this place. For own 1 ,i I sal panJcwlwfy! 4n_to the be issued by the clerk of said court an-
have
gtilJ
ilorc my I
pkiMntfar, than fi .U* of f rarf't no Inflation m part es+atnce .l tituatjon of C ita,h,m the city. be obeyed by the clerk and sheriff <*
flum'ri, detlaring, that my tn the iJmpt on the tray ani M the inuRfdntene Courts respectively
rvlrful will be the thought that I confidence in the heaUnincss I'ensa-!I .K' I> IK enThut on? lu cola hat not ien impaired that theca of sickness hate occurred re lww. a 6. fir further C'1I sited, thai the Su.

.\ UK fil,rt cuing fnm the surest hell,I .e "r. .n..remali .1.tkind.: may quantity of their 6. fclu 4ti not entirely pcrior Court shall have power to award -
pr'C.o"
.-* g"'r tJ.at the fwd bltI' be a.cri'H-d to causes of a local nature pwtmcvou y rttrurdably' very informed dar+srteabkcfetuhad tut the a certiorari: man Jamas,or prohibition 1'tJa lt t1F 1' 1NSAt'tI.i.

lie brighlciA flow'r on earth ClU.1 cxtluhu-trl), and that those of a milder owarrm were in the Kb.t of spreittffif them which shall be o.t)cd by the Inferior
a
10\
chJi / a type nuy be attributed in a great tneaure CNtuut.eitb.ck pMdarag t9ie diy to dry Courts respectively. ARRIVED. '

Since In ;'itfant pcnimtlut ru't it el+c n-oo.n. I to the unusual iryness and heat ; h-da a.It ten an alLtaotul .110M" 011I I 7. Bt it further e*.tta/, that there Aug. 12th Schooner Thorn Saunderi,. I

ly tint dormant, ri utc,Wills an&uncult. r'd Mundj or the season and to imprudence in the ttirro Ai ala tbere.In shall be appointed by the Governor ia Darien (Geo.) cargo of Rice.

tai.may et bit count* nghu. n+un- eating. unripe fr...t. a hopdUreet/opposite .pt. M Rarcw"efownda each county a well qualified clerk, 13tb Schr. Pearl Perlington, Mare t
boj bead nearff ful ,amt *'r* :
.1
And be tLc Prudence .1I be record all decrees son.
shall to
bcnctctor nowrter dictates that wbou duty it
of '
of
mankind formed that there b4 been t o WK shah I K. Orleans Ma-
TIIK when threatened with the visitation ofa vas sold out-*n4M our pro rc**toward Ute ,order judgments and other pa. lath Schr. Eliza, ,

J'.flit SEASON' OF PLKStYKC. dits'\". tea *"r..I.| the yellow fever I upper end n4"tow n,M the north rwt chewer of per required by law and to preserve lone. i

tang of both ike tfatm f 1'U-utnrcf. "y the land w'ura hat in} its many Instances, the w|fcre, *e farad evcnJ bunlt of here all papers appertaining to salts in said CLEARED.

|H e ogUarreitthtra KXC%,ben the 'oce cf frcnj. t i named the utmost effort of medical fiJh MofTrfttnc. that we tusk hat teams in courts, and to dockets all causes as re* iAu.;t. 17th Schr. Pearl Perliagtu' ,

tt the in their cit'retol'full!. .i.n, we should the M0rc btre they tam ItMtotereowrk*i I and who shall take an I )tars D. r is" ,
.
law .t.
1 Wand ttan rPt rr' the ia* I resort toevry pu 'iblf id that tJaa. it Ik a.1 joiaiatr(tare t. M*}. ln gaited by i
fWr nu/Uicr,w hen urgr.her reluctant ., p wautiom Iinprra."d with this sen. ktn mere thin Benson deU. I* a IMUC in oat'i faithfully to perform the duties -r\\\XTING '

"tdi ib to ill,repeat tliCAC amtuenvnta, watts t.meit, the Board of Health upon the Ue ca t end of Ten v e frond illhft horbd.1t which have and may hereafter be assigned i '

fTnikttilu' Mt-atrd or cL, aUd. first alarm hate ttkrn measure d the sae Labia a tittadbd mate .J.. him and execute bonds In the \ 'w\\\\ uCtttnC S 'at t
every
'Utiu.f,.! !eet. ** .p.cn.rr"uysWcatt IU 'Hetr power, to discotrr and dtgash eflutia fatMpportable. Xwd of this office of the Territory, or fE"'S.t' '
Secretary
'. trben h re- ot\\e.e. .
awa fur
toot flt&nP\l wan 'k fctte tick, b it Ibc-ar tatt'l Sotra4d shall lis
; mova the Governor .
causes of disease. other aa the .
The ha Buy .&n be au.r.t adM w tW(suds place
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: 'b11rY.. t\WD1' I 1 L"t1j "t.\. ."'1't'TlLL: be received by me mill "l\rll' 'tR r.Atl: bare been u, fft'aftI."t John 1 BOOIA1j0 deestaCluda4

... 'i ol these powders arJL ; Remalnlnr,in the poltUfficel'ntUt.Oela the 1st of September next for t' Carcnehan and Peter)litctII t'us .11 Yinda Occidental l.
: FjpUL.4 pci..uau
: wlthi tkre titr bare deeds c
which if not iaken oat million ol by sundry recently rnwrt,irfrd pncdcando
used of
be
mild famishing one
so as to the au
perfectly and prorulon
Genera Sfwrr.ed<< to divers either their
{ the persons CD '
be to
will sent
; r with safety, by persons in every situa months, I BRICK for the Ptthltek works at Mobile inUKt aI creditors crtditon of the late firm lu de fate Territorio, 7 tD lat-

S) tion,and of every arc.-They are excellently Post Office,at dead letters.K7LeUersmsfked bcJoaglthe Point. The Brick mutt be 8 fe of Carhochan k JMchell.or others ail or tnt parte del nr del Euado de AI

adapted to carry off superflou thus long:, 4 inches,wide, and 2 inches dry the orrpertr and e>>tte both .ttl anti per como igualrntftte en ItS de
;"t and thus t to the Navy.A lobes .eo.... fifthMid Ems....wfoll tt. if' andi- It
... Vile,and prevent its morbid secretion Army .thick; 5COVOOO of which are to be delivered 1M own oridad de los E. U.
Anderson,J. Anderson, VMfoal and estate: insisting together
< -S.T. the of October prop.rty EI abaxo
< Ui
finnido
and amend the between
-to restore appetite Al of houxVkts : tn vista
Stevens k Ayres, P. Und itorts, harres nrgroe, I del
L produce a free perspiration, and there W. Andrews, |and the 3Ist of December 1822, and &e. in Savannah and flatten m Georgia or theneighbcrbnod rnbado urias concuionu

oy prevent colds, which are often of fa ba,2, P. II. AlbertUB Branch II the remainder by the 1st of April, thereof and etM h.re, with poi lu autoridadts lc
J. Brel'nicuJ
t", tai consequence*-a dose never fails to -\Vm.Blunt Judge 1!'!is::. their interest or share m the stock of the has del Gt.Mcrno de U.
first J. Bott, J. F. Banisler -J. Barry IBeller be lower Stram Mill near Darien and eats Cato(
remove a cold, if taken on its appearance The proposals mutt accompanied sundry provincia, debiendo
I habitual G. W. BlakeJ.. W. BUkelj,I and will harts in the United State Hank and other lirmino dar tD t
remove cos 50 brick, as samples printipio
-they
lot
; It. Barron C. Beohm, C. Barnes,The by Banks as well sundry debt due to them in C crnit.
and dos de
I liveliest, sickness at the stomach I state separately the price a per M at tiertas al
' yarkMM places beimTe land*,lots, &e. exmrD
toe-nt
Capt. nejrrws 'I
F. Douquie,
f l severe head.ache-abo an effectual Beeler, J. Brady, !which such bntk will be delivered at in the territory of Ktori la.amlp rticiiIjirlT one don de lu conctsionu hechatra

I! Cure for the scurveyscorbutic blotches, Bradler. N.Chandlcr2,7 wharf on Mobile Point, and the brick lrx tract of hml U. icht t>f Forbes& To. lying protinciaorrece sus sU'itiosh
+ and all impurities in the blood, submit C.-l.CGath ,J. IV.rd. between the siren J!'t, stacks anti ApAbchicola, 1I0s (1ur tengan clue
*J. Coats A. Cn-roJ. B. Cum. in the .f Florida afbrcvvd.; sepresentu
Cairo ; territory f
i, to their happy cflecti ; whether procee. It will be understood that unquestionable tl trccto, los (hue sera,
Catsin,J. DCockran Tbe? are hereby to taxation the public.pnrehsing atndidol
mitt,J. C. Chratham, fC. fa
' .
1mrut
din from constitutional or arising bonds and securities will be mayor cx'ctitud
; r
Her. Doct. Coleman, J. fftimt any partorthr proper pt.llttuJidiq,
2
from indiscreet intemperance J. Con executed on the part of the United ty or estate w conned,or.any.other F I Ianucola, 13 de Julio de
M. Christian, Pf1)ptrt11 ltt
W.
They are an infallible medicine for female Campbell, States for the faithful performance of belonging to the acid Carnochao..l ,f
IIICIIAHI
complaints generally and especially nelly, b. Cart, Doct. I). Cooper, the contract to W entered into by the or either of them a*I fe U prior mortgages on ) K. CALL
D. Sara Dannel, F. Dickinson, D. the xnatt thereof which are record
those obstructions, < pArt on I
fur removing DanBrMary Annl ,t.:. D rf1nK. parties concerned. I IIC. 'in the rtjr, >.try in Satannah and Darien afure JUGIIAUDAj
which are the source of their ailments F. DE RUSSET, I ,&d.undnCharlrstonS. C.amlerrnitable lien ASTER
Evaas. :
J. Ucklrt, 2 J. M. Dlney D. ,
at certain periods. And whenescrthcrY: F. J.G.ForbnS.f.tbt'r2A.l00-, : i Capt U. S. Eng.EwjfcrrV :I on all the property of nUl John amoeban: and I TronSltS Al' LA11,

is predisposition to receive disease .UcJi/r Point a I'tttrMttcWll "IIOClatrd Ntnaaatlrq
OJfite, HAVING
i.1
ton S. lluimmont X. Fletcher, W I pnct
,
atannaJa.I their
from a too copious use ofardcnt spi July 13/A 1S23.IC7The I I WILIJAM aimm, protMiolla acniCn to
vitiated stale of the bile Fagau,2. V The KJitora of the Courier and City i pjihiic. 'flt1ill Pncticc ia the
titsor from Editors of the Louisiana Iedenl
7: counteractit G. J.I L C.umber,J.Gu:ibo,M.Gui r Uuettc,at Charleston t I loriUian.at Penwco- VemtomFeileral Courts of N tit F1onGa.and ia
these powders will assuredly Gazette and of the Floridian are requested b Uct hkr and State Coats
rot, J. Gatnucle, F. N GuyolS. Gate, t ; .\liUcdgnilte; HepublcanatJronfgnmtry ia Aliboe btlt
under the It
The proprietor here, C.Grind- to insert the above until the Alabama; and Chrnnicle, atAitffmUi Mobile and Boielj. The' former watt
Greenwood "
J. bt
F.
\\
strong conviction of the power of these Gray, 1st of Sept. and fvt.anllhdr accounts are rtqncttcd to insert the abore cited at Pensacola, and the latter et M.ll

powders, to relieve the afflicted, whrn pre. OQce&tMoblicI'uint.July ; .I'tcrti..mc"t< once a week until countermand- i and they will gave then Mtd&ttcloboll
the
, I other medicines have failed, recommends II.R..Uo.dl,Y.1-Harris.E. Itol- to Engineer e,l,and ftJfWanl their account to this office fur I business entrusted to thou c..rt III
, A. 1' E. Hatch, S. Hunt, I*-581 l:-jrro nt. I'tnaola, JIIIY
the use of them (at least once a DUI, Hayne, I I i lu' d

week) during the spring and summer A.Haona Hathway, S, *W. HatL Sealed Proposal, June JOTO _ _ ___,_ i'f be Sub Cribrrlt'1LL
-V .T. Hill S. Haven It. Hartley 'D. *'LL be received until the TUB I'VTHAC.
1r mouths, in which be feels confident, \\ by me practice Law

that those who will take h.$ advice will Ilutchens T T first of September next, for ; J. fARXr CI\.V and<< P. MITCHELL: anH : r Horid, and in ia W.
1- J. J.Jacksonlti.JonesE.Jaekson, the furnishing Four Thousand Barrels .: to W before the the III con
find what they see k.-Ptepated and >ny main brought Dubiety Courts held at Mobile .I
sold at the Soda Fountain room on the J. Innerarity, 8. of SHELL LIME for the Public ;i a second notice of Mf. fhrwues, whb has tin TIPTON abet Islekely.
B.
!$ j SARGENT. K. Leroy Kennedy U. Kmrterd, Works on Mobile Point-two thousand tbmbtertly claims ftjpunat them wtitcu when HARRiSON,
,t public green fcy G. finally liqimUtet On the decision of the suit Pensacola, July 20, 182:,-tJpractice
tf W. King. barrels of which are to be delivered
Pensacola, June 8.- will .
Owptanlrthcy try to satiJ11U soon
a L J.Lamer S,.\. Landrin, Madam between the Itt of October and I I poWtle. thereafter. r [11 E undersi ned.lttornry at L'

i Conu\\ittctl lu Jail Latady, C. UUht J. R. Lane, Miss A. 31st of December, 1822-the others: The deeiU wixler which Mr. Christ5 eLtim* will in all the Uurt

fT 4 the Sth insant, a negro man'j Lewis l A. Lucas. S. U l.ukiti, M. two thousand between the 1st of January an etclusnr tight to all the real and personal tl'est lorida. He may be found M
Oil JOE estatr'"f Tturnochan M.tehell: uv considered chamber in Mr. Collins Hotel
named: JOSE supposedto Ludlow. and tat of April, 1823. .
old who he M. Miss Meadway, J. I. )Ia. and nMTmal, unjust and lUtgaL Hence they J. MITCHELL.
>c about 30 years << says The customary bonds securities lute torn brought atnl arc till before the ,
belongs to Writ. Crape, lining on Pat- tomb, \\'. Mimm, 2, S. )Mallet S.M'Elbr for the faithful performance of the Court, and other dtetU: have been ctroited -September I-3--tfioc

c'tL"ulabaand who formerly lived at J. J. MD' .ell, 3. J. Mo- Contract will be exacted on the part and rrcunkit cnate}u g the property for the run ThS l I I ha

Savannah;Georgia, and was brought to I those[ Mrs. S. A. M'Uowell Madam of the United States- OKI of all their emitter Mr.Chhst included. resumed the of,
It. MurtlU.Middl'cton without, any trust cr reservation benet.cialto HAS practice M
M'VovS.Mrn.Mn.
R. E. DE RUSSET U. S. .
Crape.--\ Capt. Eng.i C. & ),. or theor fattuLc: and if this be not J l:1: L in I'ensacola! and WM
I'. .M'CIinetA.M'Clane, / "girtr Office, AMHe J'O'"', ire
atpre able to that: gentleman.it rist nererthf happy to attend his former pits
ward, prove his property, pay charges J L Mathous Jill, 1514, 1822.kT7Tbe lit appear Cur and equitable to the public and and his friends tn grnerat.l'rimcolareb.1.
and take him away,or he will" be dealt N. F. J. W. Nelson, S. North. Editors of the Loc bblI a Ul who have a sm of j
with as the law directs. Noel, J. NobleR, IU Norton, M. Noo- Gazette and of the Floridian are requested The Tn te*<* under the Ute deeds are -

J. N. BROWN, Jailor.Pensacola nan*A. Nuvkirk, .!). Nugmt.Or to insert thc abuse until the aniioiis to sell the Lamb In Ftondo,alluded DOCTOR G.RESPEC4 S.\llGh\T,
in the notice of Mr. C. and to the
8th June. 1822.: .(h't'ant.en.. Orr, J. Omera. lu of Sept. next, ad forward their! teats t>*the ImIM'Lalcc'nt apply of put of pro-hiscover "' :\ tenders bap,

- -- -- 'CU\\\\\\\tt\nne..t\. P<-1'. Palmes ;2 J. PatkrrF.Palmes, accounts to the Engineer Office, Oft dcmand"and to drponit a ostlieic nay then of to services, to the ciui
lur'Or
.- t \ J. Piper E t'arkman,1.1'agr, It. II. Mobile I'oiat. all laity cbtnt, tubjcct: to the decision< of of Penncola.-lI may be foumt I M

k f |*UE undersigned, appointed' by the Barker,J.F. Palle.Q.Madam July 15-581 the tout-but hts opposition to any reasonable door eat oft,. \V. rkley'a store
JL President with the advice and ; Qttiggle.S ask, as one interested in his own r.ght,
DOLLARS ILE'I-.tltU. 'whiM injuring all parties; concerned<< must be the public great.if.Witt
consent of the Sen ate of the United .-S. Read, 11.J. Ramsay. D.Rowan -
be
borne untd a sale can made under: an order
State, as commissioners to examine ,2 C;. Reynolds.: SOME time in the month of Feb bf Court.R l. ltl\ & to.IAVL .

ails determine: oa land claims within S.-T.A.Skinner: ,G.Sargcant M. : last. the subscribers pur- .nt6t, of papers who insert )Ir.Christie's 4CST KCCCItED, A Stern 01
,' the territories of Florida, in conformi Simon, 2, *J. Scott,Stephens k Ayres, nUT" 'LU"" II. OQDr..xo\.ir- ttot'iCe; Will pkaw insert the above until his w UUUllb
.
t ty with an act of Congress: pasted on !,J. SurLhoQse Scott,J.Stephens ginia,at Marion Court flovse, Mississippi withdrawn,and forward their biDs to this oilier ,

a the Sth day of May, 1822,entitled"An 1'I Swart, I.SrticHrr A. Scott Jr. W. sues negroes, of the following where they will be promptly paid. C.byJ. & P. )(. CO'iSIS'fL\<<: prt offer of for the ule following.-taat.j.nnndy *.

i ct for ascertaining clainls and title N. Spencer, *H.Strphcnson, W. Scar descriptions I5..110'00'- Pork,

4 ..l) t Jant whhin the territories car 110n1 Cf, JO years old, five fee l'E::5.1CUL.1
i 's, da'Ntccording to a provision of said \ _\V.Tahcr, Mr*. C. ToWn, *A. eleven inches high, heavy made, of a Circulating Library.AV. Wine, WackertH!
.
'f .. :It-I. If notice to every person or p'r3un .Thompson<< G. Trrrill,P.TardirT', 3.U dark complexion, has a small blemish Cordial lio Pick Itd Torn

claimlug title to lands under any -Henry Undutcb in his right eye, and has an imped! : HASELL HUNT : Boxes Claret Jlams.&k.r.a5If"l's.. .

patent, grautrcnmmisiion, or order ofurvcytlated V'_-)1. De'illict't.. meat: in his t C'rtb.% RESPECTFULLY: informs the Ladies Cider suitable, for Bot CoRce.tb

! previ7rtr4o4he with day W.-J. M. White,T. \\11UcJ..Whdom M1NGO yellow fctltfw, 19 years and Gentlemen of this City, that Uing, aI.lT+,

\k :f of January 1818, which "ere! 'valid un *.\. WoodmlT, Wilkinson, 2 old, fite feet three incheshigh, speak he has just added to his Library the Porte&A U-UUters, Sperm and allot

der the Spanish government, or by the S. A. WareW.. T. Willard, R. slow when spoken>> to, and has a down following recent publications* viz: Cradles

law of nation: *, that: a board has been ".inn. \\'. Welch.Y look' though uncommonly acthe and A NEW ENGLAND TALE, Mustard UCvcs: ,Capers, Jew Spanish ltgs ScpnPickrjmejuice :"

formed, and that their session will -Cap.t \"Clun,2.. polite, and very fond of carrying on aontenation. Sketches of Near England Character or Tutuctu.

a commence on Monday the Sth inst. C. NICHOLAS: P. )1. [ and Manners.HAPPINESS. Pilut anti Ship Dread, &c. ate.AL.aU .

after which time,all surh claimants are July 6,1822it11tUt1at111.1'1'1t_ ___ JIM-about IS years old, about five ,

required to flebcfdre the undersigned feet four inches high very dark com 1 Case H icte bearer Half.
\x.nv A Tale for the Grave ana the Gay. supenor
I for adjudication, the evidence support pleated, shows Kit teeth very pimawhen 4 do. Black UA
HELEN DETOCilNAN
his, her or their claim,according His Excellency THOMAS BENKFT. spoken to, and is uncommonly 3x yds.Anienun f UnU And. Striper,
' +' h tn the rrotiisitiant of said act. no...nur and (fnmmandcr stow in his movements, and limps a A novel from the French of Madam Gentlcment Buou &Mh e*-|jkt i ,'hoed<

As the board of .commissioners will Chief in and user the St te'ofSo.tb little in walking occasioned from thc de Souta. Crockery aiul bass> M att biro UU I'.

t late: to meet in St. Augustine, on the Carolina. kick of aa horse. LIONEL, PtnsaealaJ.dy M 1b.24J

first Monday in January tifxt<< his reu. "rJlEnE.\S, I hate rredvrd in AGGY-a Urge black woman, Or the last of thr Pe nseys, a. novel L ci nt.IEIYEIf,
c .. ,d that all claims of land in West that jAMt T. WILLIAMS
I] about He will also his best exertions
to tuet
2f years old,weighing upward use < ADD roil tSlUN .u.&AT
Ito tla, shall be presented in time for who, in connection<< with other
of from time timr the most
obtain to ,
Zoo weight, an excellent: house servant po L\U \\tet
1 \\C\\\
adjuJi"utfon at thin places as they will e ild'uposrd person,did, on or about works ,
and seamstress, and very neat in polar[ new as soon as possible
nut be received in tast: Florida. the 25th of May, feloniously taLe from her after and 07'1Hr.JOLlO.lvU.
dress. Also, her two children I they are published ; hopesthat
.\TIIJ... A. WARE, several c.itiU'nw.r this state, a number An additional assortment of LcuK5
JIM white he thus his colection
r a boy about 4 years old; and encrease -
SAML It. OVERTOX.Pcii of( Negroes, with which be soccrHrd L'IJJ.a girl about two old i I the Library will continue to be among hlch ..n thcfolloltugt:
years
.i4t,lauly| g, 1 82 If if in reaching the state of Georgia, both dark complected.JANE considered worthy the attention of the Hooper's MNiul D1CUOllilrf,DC"**

-4\\\lluilu'8; It\ ,a': where be was with his confederates -about 17 years old, rather public.Prntacola. proved edition.
apprehended, and driimrd into the well's MiCUal companion;
bright complected, about four feet ten June 22 St
y &imuri Lindsay, custody several citizen of this state I'alt'y' Natural i hnt.gl.
inches high, and accustomed to working 1 V D-SU\X
,
s 'J A I E a Merchant :Mecllcnhur' who were in pursuit of him << U Smith's Moral htntiiutnis;

}' .A Bounty, N. C. left his family the .ini ItTicrce*, it appears that the nn a Let farm. in At the time of of purchasing .1ttoCNk ui Law, Hcncy's Mi-ditatioa; '
was a state
+ laur part February last, and ifcuppurd said James T. Williams did, on the pregnan- 'friLL attend" to the submission of land Elegant Pocket and othr Bible}

to have gone( to some of thxutffwcsteni night of the 10th of Jane last effectedhis cT.The above 1 claims to the Hoard cf /'en>mit ionrs, KaU'alu's:: Cookery;
r : states. Lindsay is about from the Said party of tilitens negroes were placed in MW in lesmon .in the city of Pcn.acota. II e Uodd' Heauties of Sha.bpnc: ;
29 of ,rd escape the hands of Gtoacc PA ssMOftu.tr,to 'etpa!bis office .the I'WQUttjou ngthc court
complexion
jJ years age then at the residence of Col Ciibbon's Horor, 6
sandy colored hair, 'has had one of hit be carried to St. Mary's, in Georgia, hous Vt.ls.icGofsoo't!
Fratcr in Edgrfield district, and notwithstanding July 16, isaa_tfWASH. Benjamin's, Middle
t _I F legs =broken near tht ancle,and writes the most vigilant and where said negroes have never arrived.Pattrcorcley Architects
hand. 'The last is about 20 years of age, L UAN ir ; tGummier.
i an rccllcnt accounts active pursuit,has not since been retaken [ ', urnJin;
ft it.. him, left him: in Charleston, S. j I therefore deem it proper to issue about six feet five inches high, strait \ T1LL practice LAW in PensicoT BLir's. lectures Nt HhftoriC: j"fcms'Life
t'. the 3oth of Match he left' there built, dark hair, blue eyes, large black \Iarltft;
;, an this my Proclamation, licreoy offering la. His Oft ce is in one end of \, : II( Central
that in and has not: wbitkrrs, by profession a coach- ( Seville's friL r.1ia j
oti day, a ncy gig, a reward of THREE HUN .apt. house. _

sine teen heard from. He h.<$ forfeit DUUl DOLLARS, to any personor maker, a native of the State of Maine, I Pcaaaeola! SepL 1JOSEPII ._ LenJpitr" qiassical: Diciionatsedition. Dt
and fond of
I,
rd t\\\ claims to confidence among his who shall apprehendthe very company. .
friends; has made a default in the pay said persons James Williams,and deli The above reward will be paid for M. WHITE, Goldsmith's Historic of Rome, l.n'land |

mctit of his debts, of<< several thousam vcr him into the custody of any Sheriff the neeroes alone, and fifty dollars for I ATTORNEY 4T LAW ; and Greece;

dollars ; and has probably taken aJar within this state. And I do request all the body of Pa'stnortlf y, on application INTENDS to reside permanently at Mayfair's Euclid, Go1&IsmlJh t'co
y ormon.. with him. lie to Htav C. Ht-rcittso Monticetlo with view of
a devoting
c
; sum myI ] hr citizens of this stair,and enjoin all i graphy, kc. .
pm''a.Iy change his name to that of civil officers charged with the execution ,Georgia,or JACoat's GOOOWI, his attention exclusively to his profes I \- Grammar,E rrcist.S fcJ'errin's

\v,'Nuii. or Carson of the laws, and the preservation near iL Augustine, (E. F.) SiOIl. He will attend the several courts Elements of ConteiwU

i ,.e, a'lovc! reward will be given to ol 'he public tranquillity, to use their JACOBUS GOODWIN' .In West Florida, the District Court of French.

1 , ant i jni-sun who will giVe me information i best efforts to apprehend the said of- HENRY C. HUTCHISON he U. States at Mobile, and ether AND

j, uf ass! place of residence, so that ender, so that be rosy be brought to V The'Editors of the Savannah Geor :courts in Alabama when specially engaged. NEJJ' WIUC.fr/OAS, UZ'

I gvt nyia in four months; end hall legal trial. Journal Pensacola Georgia His office is opposite the public Happiness, a Tale r f the Grace
found in six months. Milledgeville,,,-will insert buildings. in the house formerly
ill. Hi* ,' ie sum He is represented to be about the Gay
twenty
I i I ,. It in ..oj.tnii-.uly hoped that all friends our years of age, 5 feet 10 or 11 inches,the[ above four times,and forward tber !occupied by Father Colcman.Penaacola heavenly Sisters,Diographieal sketoies
? to hont-stv and humanity will use accounts to Jacobus Goodwin SL I June 25.-tf
of fair with of of families
high, complexion eyi s 30 ;
l' ] some o'tiiyns to discover, the real. a yellowish grey color,and whis- _Augu tine.. 20 DOLLARS ItE1\'AU 11.IIAN Priutttr, A Tale ;

: F' dente of aid Lindsay and communicate Lets, plausible in his address, and of JOHN II. CHAPLIN, AWAY from the subscriber, lacou's Essays, Moral, Economicand

': the same to me, or any other good It confidently sued the hat of Political iIQG&TUXX
L appearance. July a
i lltunry f?; Convsfllor at IAr negroman cal w;>r
have uf him. 1\led
knowledge they may that he is one of an extensive and named 3AM. lie is a stoat made M.gtndi Phsi01ogy,

,,4 1 ANDREW LINDSAY. lawless gang of desperate persons,in- Lllcridat pOVmur.9 PIS toprvrtk was bntAttd* lath*MtKeuiallbe Court of fellow, Lee feet eighl or nine inches If'ltll ,t-

J Cufl/ord County! .Y. C. felting this and the slates of Alabama, Connor of ftMith AUUiM, In the Su- high, a little round shouldered, o&a<< i citing and Letter Paper,Paints ,
Sec
May 25. 1822. 3wt'TN. Tennessee, and Georgia, and the ter- WTWW Coonef lLt State sad M the DiatrictCoun dark yellowish complexion, has a 'inel'a Hair Pencils, &c. See

D. '1'hlc' Editors of the Georgian,. Mtoty Florida,to cither of the latter otiM U.s. duwn look when spoken to ; the mid. W. JlA ELL uL'tT.

Savannah-the I'retst Cafiawba, and of which it is be will direct' __ Ptsescola J3tJaJ 1IlJ._ 3 1822--3t
i supposed ;ale fingttr of his right hand is stiff Iud August -"

t, Rr.fuh1icanI&tlll.viIt', AlabaFIo-J d I I his course. j PENSACOLA.T !. straight. He is a brick layer by trade, \C\\i.. ,
.4I Advertiser .mArTOHNEV\
e ridianVntceoa, and I Given under: my hand and the seal T< kib crtb r wH eimnence the ,pn.!and will probably endeavor to engage LAX,
Aew' .Ortran., will please to insert the of the Statr, at Charleston, this 22d :JL txeULAVToitLk place as vas ..the in that kind of work. It is expected, AT *.

Lii above in their several) papers, four!!day of Junr, in the year of our Lord suns are .ia operation. In Uw mesa tat he that he has obtained free papers, and CONFINES his practice,**<> ',
lhtl4w toall ilea tolanda before the
times. one thousand eight hundred and twenty ta .. wn'Make for Pensacola or Mobile.' V ly, to the Courts Pe'scor'.iS1kiPhtu
.
COO.O5 tts that ass, t* con&ied to him.OtO Jur .0. :
; 3tltt received rUT sale J! two, and the 4fthof American Independence. &OH1E.UX9VTUI Any person who will secure him so ,-

t \ J-F.W IIAHIIKI f tV Jay 12.JtI'ltt: that 1 get him, shall:. receive the? above ; .\ lithS & 1)ut
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