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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: March 13, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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AND PKOi'KlETOU. within any period, to whicha It he defended, b)' adequatesfortifications it will be difficult, if not wretched bring, until he is thee / ,.
Vublishtrof LAWS(.fthe United States I rational calculation may be extended. and a suitable naval;ti i impossible, for ships to-pass them, rougMy polluted-then oh! whrh :
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and of.Territory Florida.: .' And as to the of( force I
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to :orrespond those especially if other and i the reflection of
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1'j\'c Jloilaw :i year r: .
Subscription neutral powers, it is sufficient to which wel experienced in the late I that of
Advertisements not exceeding air 1 \rtculariy steam battenare I thoughts of his abandoned and t
\ vrice.;',. .c, firrt :insertion One DOllar-each I. appeal to bur own experience todemonstrate I war, (! ; resorted to, in their aid.- shameless life* ush with redoubled!
5U-jsequeal insertion Furty c cnts. Larger II': ; how little regard will Two nat objee :ts are thereforeto In the wars between other powers, I! force on his agonized mind, and t +,
Ui,.a: proportion. I be paid to them, whenever they I be regarded in ttie establishment Intohlc1.. we may be drawn, in present to his imagination

-r\tO "P 'r\JB. come in conflict with the interests t of an ade uate. 11 .val force : The I support of our neutral rights, it I dark and dreadful abyss,a which deep _.
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of the powers at warj while we rely first, to p 'event vrar, so far as it I cannot be doubted that this defence (unless he obtains forgiveness for r
At this time when .the great poli- on the justice of ourcause and on i may be p acticable ; the second, would be adequate to the purpose his crimes) lie must ( with v
k rai parties, which a few years argument alone. TJhe amount of to diminish its,ca amities, when fticvitablc. intended by it ; nor can it be doubted horrid, dread explore i

=-!ice divided our country have I I Ii. I the property of our fellow citizens, rrict y be i Hence, thesubject that the knowledge that such Ye parents and instructors" of the r
i. 'omtT so mingled that the disriujiin which was seized and co..fisc\ted defence' becomes intinectedjin 1 .
o works existed, would form a strongmotive youthful mind inculcate
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of larty names are no I or destroyed by the belligcrant! mat Iv all its I b principles I .
: COt parts, ; with any power, not to invade of genuine, of unprejudiced <
4u1.'t''j' known? the Editor thinks it in the wars of the French in and in for the I'
:, I parties, war peace, land our rights, and thereby contribute religion in 'the minds of children E
I .' -i-.v'.y n.-cessary to say thai he revolution, and of those which followed and at sear No government. will I ,. essentially lo prevent war. and pupils train them your to-
its attac'h'i to no party and boundto before we became a be in its'al' with other up
i partyto disposed, & There arc, it is admitted, some deeds of virtue and benevolence! '
Ai> :M''*n or set of men ; and at vhc war, is almost incalculable. violate if it ;
powers, to our rights, entrance. into our interior, which observe this,'and happiness of the t
it.SM..' t\MC: pi.'iis"s l himself: that knows we have th; means, are prepared i are of such vast extent, that* it wcujd! most kind
I exquisite will be
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j t f ...jold Gazette. ', while! !! itivam .,, The whole, movement, of our government and resolved, to defend be utterly impossible for any you will secure it to, your cliiitiren yours, x
in his hands! shall l always i t'ro.ii the establish -m tuem. Tlie motives will also be works, however extensive, or well unsullied as the snow- of heaven.
be ind'-nend-'uly' conducted on :j of our iindependen ::e, has been diminishei! if it 1]knows that our posted, to command them. Of this "TRUTH."

r g rnui'l(' mbhcan! principles .I' =guided by a s-icred regard for tit-fences by laud arc so well: planned class, the Chesapeake Bay, whichis ,( --- -- .----_...._- t x '
It wiiiV; '-onsiant endeavorof j p -ace. Situated us we :are, in the' and executed, that an invasion of( an arm of the sea, may be given --- .
Utc! *' ',? .rCT.: to render his paper I new' hemisphere ; distuni! .from turoje our coast cannot be productive of' as an earn tic. But, in m)" Judgment '"C...-\-\ llNl- c.._ 'rl.. t' L
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as !1 ivs i'i),* to .Iftis patrons l and uacjunecied with! itsi t} thc evils to| which the have hereto-t e\ en this Bay may be defended FOR THE PESACOL.GAZ1.TI'X:.
l. t and us u-itfa! t'j rli" public as pos- affairs ; bl ssrdvkh: the '"\')!pjest tore 'been 'xposl'd' against any power with whomwe ;Mr. Editor,

.t k::. *. siMe, by th.' s'krtionol'such' ar- government oi eurth, un: h;:viHgI It was linder a t .borough convic- may he involved in war as a In thc! e pipingtimcs of peace," '
W-j. ,- tides of news I>ot i1 forign and I no objects' of ambition iO grutiiv: lion of the se truths derived from I third part, in the defence of( our when there is little business to be t

.'i. t I, d' 'jnestic, as air of importance, and I the United States ir.ive steadily ',the admonitions Gr the late war, i \cutralrights;, By erecting strong lone, and less inclination to he industrious Co + '
''the insertion of sue i essays on coinmc1'cial ('tihI.'atcd the relations oi' amity ,that Congress, as 'arly as the year works at the mouth of James in our own affairs, than {}

i t, a-rrkului'ai. 1 and politua! ,'; with e'.ory t0w ei'. And "\'f, i.i any 1816, durijlighlentd ng; the I term of n.CII. I River, on both sides, near the : in the concerns of our neighbours, ,
's\'>jecis,. 0:,') may convey useful, in- i European: 'wars, a ivspeci j'JI' our, and virtuous( rredece3U1 .. Capes, as we are now doing! and at I know not how I can better employ _

for tnatiot! or give rise_to. salutaryinvestigation. rights might be relied on, it was under whom the war had been Old Point Comfort and the Rip 1 ITa)" time, than in criticising I:.;,r.- w, .
undoubtedly: in those to 'which 1 declared, prosecuted' and tt r'tni- Haps, and connecting those works tiers and measures. And this I' +

Ewer piM-npt: in expressing and! have adverted. The conflict Ijeiug naked; digested, and i made provision : ,togctlw.'* by chains, whenever the the more readily undertake, bel 1;

t"\dy to defend!, Vie opinions he vita, the force being neany: equallybalanced for, ihe defence 1 of our country\ enemy's force appeared, placingin cause our population is yet so small rts
. niuv. adopt on any subject his! co- and the result uncertain, and sup pr rt of its rights, in peace the rear some large ships and : to render the concerns of each ,

I-i U'li.jH always! ')e open to calm, each party "hud the strongest motives as well as in war, by acts, which steam-batteries, the pa5CaJlup individual in some measure, a ., 1
dhnasvoiiatCf! and dignified; co 111- t. of interest to cultivate our authorized and 1 enjoined! the aut- the river would be rendered i.m- matter of public concern. Perhaps t

niuM.tions; as well of those who ( Ood will, lest we tnilratb J :tlircnvn mentation of our Navy, to a prescribed practicable. This guard would ,11 may reforn: some of tux. dull,
du tot as of those who do agree into the opposite scale. Powerful limit, arid tlie construction also tend to protect the whole country I plodding I ) : stajathomesort 01'\
with i h.fi. And while he solicits the as this consideration! usually is, it ; of suitable fortifications through-. bordering on the bay and rivers 'folks, and induce henvto become '
corm&' onlence of his friends on was nevertheless utterly disregarded : cut the whole extent of our maritime emptying into it; as the hazard us busy .with their mini ghbour's

in at ten* of science, taste and literature in almost cverv stare ol", andby ; .frontier, and wherever else would lie Ion great lor the enet- 'concerns; and characters, as they

as well anon topics of publicijfiterrs' every party to, those wars.' To ,'they might be r deemed necessary.It my, however strong his naval force, now aria with the matters oi' their #

he hopes that: no othcrdon1"n.n.cations these encroachments, : aud injuries, I is to the execution of these works, to ascend the' bay, and leave sucha own house-hold. In fact these retiring .,
: : will be fared, as our regard for peace was finally I hoof lairl and navlal, and under a'' naval force behind; since, in;,the modest, and good natmed,
the 1 sfcnulcl; consider: it his. duty toreject forced; to yield.In : thorough I jcGiiviction '. hat, by hastening event of a storm, vhcrcby! hs.c. folks can never hope for any Ct'Je- .
them without' t tlon. the war: to'which at l length their completion, I should! ) sels might; be separated, or;u1'a brity! by iheir present CCU.Slof; of

W Jf Y..:-.to "" .., #i : Hunt.Hrti wt*-bccar' a yartyour whole coast render the best service to m> ; ,calm, the ships and steam- atterie conduct, but must always live ill

Pentacola, 20A I.>';,' ':1"Y, 1t4. from St. Croix to the Mississippi, ceurtt'} v.tuai'suppo nd give t the most efiec- :., behind the works, might rush the shades of obscurity and n ,fIl'ct.. M
., *.."' '\re ,," was either! invaded or menacedviin t u* ourj free republican forth and destroy:: them. It could They must learn to give thfir,
V %>v\ Ilk.Tlic : 1. 'L .JI.." iiUMsion: ; and in many parts, with :,.ysteiniiumhle 'Jt govrru'ment' that my only be in the event of an invasion opinions unasked, firmly,. and'' ,
: peiisacolz.(;ae!'* ;::..L Florida a.strong! imposing ', both VrJ : I (fa .'utk.i votild, admit of, by a great power or a combinalion : loudly on all subjects ; and to de-:
.iJ'frt *cr vl l! !> publi-.SiCc; :ifice a weeklMi'ra
at :.';.e I per annuai, 1)"'...;b1l' ;/ru- anal naval. In those partsvheiv: thai! I have dtvoted: \ so much of mv of several I powers, and by lund as : sect the characters and motives cf .
rVj :u ".. \cti3' -:. \ i llit- population 1 wa:,moM dCI1 1', she, tim' and hbo: to this feat system well as by naval forces, that those their h1ei -ltbuurS' with becoming...
\.\." .: v."nlno' (XC ii..1.; :i s'l'':,rc. I pressure wascomparativcl--: t'! l'l..n?tic t Hl policy \ since I came w- rks could be carried; and, even freedom and dhpatc!*.. Thus they :
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ot: Hi.ri' .h\hl Vit', will be insertut t,>c but tnel: was scurc.eiy: an harbo. into : hs: otfice, and!]shall continuetiremdnl then, they could not fail to retard: will soon acquiiT ,a reputation for
O.t' Di/liar; for tie fr i.aiul i' { (
> Fly U)' city, 011 any of oar great inlets, tO CIO: it, It.Hli" Jiiv 1' : : l from the movement of the l'llCm.v. iuio : ciiscejument nndr independence ..
('* I ,1 \fry subsequent: hu-cition, lo-iy- I
cr tt':.; .:t :H"OIHH''ic.U. ;tl:'"Cil..H ; \vhich could he coasittered s-jcuiv, it: ut t'-e d l of you r next session. the country, and to give time for They will be hailed us the friends .
a r blt.cr.-: ut.tcrtisatr :>y the }vir: will; '.1\'e:1 I Ni'w-York uud Philadelphia were'',1 '1'Nat: v ;Is the aH5i, from which the collection of our regular troops, of the community, particularly, if
li',cl"\l deduction t iiiadc from the uniotintWJi cmiftenllv exposea, the then existing our govern ru-nt will always derive militia, aud volunteers, to that they season uieir remarks with

of tacit: h ns. works not 1 bcinjj. sumci l't.l *".'st :lit! i h :;!lp')ori of our neutral point, and thereby contribute essentially proper severity and be sure/to'
,!e patrol:.,2 I 1i w-urnc&tly vluiu-a, {for.their. protection. The spill :' E "Jl'l" in his ultimate defeat and iive that motives
it is hoptv1 ii;I.'t all who' auoscnbc; will Ights. M'Var )J engaged to construction to ,
remaikis applicable, i ih, a cer'tiu will khl\ of fronvour territory. which total 'dcfiravity .
couiply .tv ttll ,.I-* coni.t5on: cf nv',i',; in the'strength; our expulsion (a very
advance ; and tncie'n'; : 1: ,')I'ot1tt"r.. S'/ives extent' to the cities eastward oi'th,;; ivul flint the number! of our Under a strong impression, that: sound and wholesome! doctr J.t")
real p\t. :.".. > i, t ;former: ; anti as to th& conilirjof hips of each class their condition, a Peace Est&1bHshuuntof our will warrant. This will, keep' ," _
Subscribers to tliii 1'loridian, not with: jI I the'wo.wie! .ouiitry :.viuihxvurdI ; and the promptitude with whichwe Navy is connected with the possible rogues in awe, and draw into public '"
dra'&ingtheir lUult'o, v'il!i ;ie COusillT'das 1 .f'1 '
wishing to rccFt.| .' the. Gazette: a: %aexpected I te latter, c-ie events wliicned : :li'aI may bring then, into service, event of war, and that the naval -. notice honest men, who st.n4. J
to comply: :ttl.n, tin- conditions.Ccntlem iV- war arc too i\i: :eat ..o: require and l will p"}" the due consideration force intended for either state, the test of such criticism. Besides '

.1 Pro rtnr! : subscribers are detail.. Our ties.". ... to that argument. I Justice will, al- ho"c'er'"mall it may be, is connected I it is a convenient way to put downa r
requested to send ins llu-i-1j nolmt without ri.r> ***! th-\s, 1 h ', .. tJ",'*"*''f'V r1'}' ways have PI"cat'ielght in the cabinets with the gcuerai& system of' dangerous rival, or check the

delay. 'I ,,'. quartervhei iney in 'J Vl'An ; of Europe; but in long and public defence, I have thought it I progvess industrious talents. It

a j -.i ,' a.p. """"""j, .**+..J.. '. .il..t,*II.t. '.....j'-.r.i .. to meet their gallant: I 1tY 'and'e, destructive. wars, exigencies often proper, communicating this rePort :. is true, some* of the most starched ;
a.' : Li'L.kti: i'. I J.,.:'1 TADLIJSHMESSAGE militia voluntarily llcw to *heir aJ ''occurwhich". press so vitally on to submit these remarks on in doctrine and morals may object' ''''
MI.N. r. with! 'a pa trytism, ar.d f.m. ,,\xt \\K |!hlHn1t that, uiless the, argument of the whole subject I to this mode of acquiring popular ,

-1 a bfavery, which exalted thlVePuitation 'orcc is br
FUOMjTili. ;. |'RKRIENT. of their ClovernmeAp-an. je disregarfled.! Our I land forces If'aslrin. :ton, Jan. 3'J, &24. that \heir principles arc wlsolly the' .'
-.I I country, and which did lhcivKliei \I will always perform their duty inicy result of education, and that a little .
;7o the Jfouse of 7? q///if U. States. : "I.JK: me enemy chose to mo\ 1Ih'( ',form it on t 1C land. I Our navy is not fail to convince their under- r;

In compliance with ,la isolation 't11 'H' gitadrons and to laud iheir ttye\ arm which lU'ust\\beprincipallyt"cKed ; HE who possesses pure religion! standings. Who is there who has
of the House'of Repres""
of the 15th December t list t, requesting :.t.:.? 'presented l but Intlc Com'tuerce of the e ferny, and: for misfortune, and stand undaunted his maker's hands than his neigh, :
a : the President of the! {.1.
States to communicate a Iai It t.G:H' without difult. also, by co-o t rati with the land cent clanger-if blest with a, beingof publican as to pretend to a.g reat er
I for a Peace Establishnu-iii. otJu, t;Iris' squadrons, in fact, an .o}' d forces, for the dtftnc: of the coun- congenial affections, how happy! share of honesty, or honour than '; ,
Navy ofthe Uuited flutes," I h-/ri-- our nvioie: Cf.last.JJUt. oi the sea only* tr) Capable of n oving in any how enviable his lot !-his years roll his fellow I man's main spring of "' I

with transmit i report from th! (' but every hay and J great river' and every direction,i it 1 POSSt"SSl'Sthe : almost imperceptibly l away with action is'a selfish principle ; and
Secretary of the NaVy, which contains throughout its whole extent. In faculty, eveti when remote the kind soother of his cares ; handin every superiority which assumes "

the plan required.In ur.ering those. inlets, and s.iiirl G from out coastofex; ending its aid.1 i hand, with mutual pleasure, they springs from a selfish, and there
presenting this plan to the uo tlieni' with a small fu: .e, ihe toevery I nteresf oil which the se- tread: the path of life, and when the fore a corrupt source. Therefor*"' t
consideration of Congress, I avail 1 eiFtetvas disastrous, since it'never curity and w I elfaredepend. 1 f our Union unerring dart of death is hurled, strip the mask from the fro of P

myself of the occasion to make' failed to draw out'the 'vhole! population An ,oying: the .commerceof the heavenly influence of religion ever/ scoundrel-Detect udst! :

.: some remarks on it, :which the importance on each side, and to keep it the enemy and l i menacing, in averts the agonising horrors of be they pious or base% b erever. t

of the subject' requires, in the Held while the ,squadron remained turn, its coas provided the forceoneachsideis despair, and excites hope and con- hry arc found to exisJTh us will ,

. indep If erienccusti. (lcs. there. The expense -attending _earl equally balanced fidence in that: Being, who lopks you bring all menio. thegood republican .- s -
system> of universal. and per- this species e, it will draw its squadrons from with-au eye of pity on the sufferingsof equaliti<.:for.which 'they p.!I
manegt if peace_ c a uld be established, with the exposure! of the':inh bin "bur own ; and in case, of invasionby humanity. But what. a dreadful were .designejjF If these hints t,
: or ,ln war, tlie bt'lligcl'anpal.tits: tants. and the waste of property a powerful adversaiyb y a land contrast presents itself to our view, should have/weir due weight with' .'

_ r would respect the.rights of neutral I may readily be conceived. and naval fore t whicjh is. always on reversing this beautiful picture; the mod ,and unassuming part, ..

8'powers.n for, we should have no occa-, The occurrences whick"preceded -. be anticipate, am\\ ought to:: be uncontrolcd passions proceedingfrom of the/ ommunity, I may be ;induce 1 .:,.:;..... ;
a navy'or an army. The ,the war, and those which ate' provided against, our navy may, unlimited youthful indulgence /' to. extend my 'remdrks.to,".. .'; : ;;,.';;" .
: expense and dangers of such ,establishments te.ided it, were alike replete with by like ''cl-ope ration, with i our land reign with despotic: sway; n>,> te.user soh Bets. I' ,. 1; !: .. ." J

The might be avoided. useful instruction as to our ,future forces, render essential aid in protccting seduction and extravagance mark / A PHILO. PIQUEW.Nitre . ,',: r":..f./' .:;;.t.... ,,1
- this history of all ages-proves that I policy.! Those which mark, :the our in el'iorfrom i incursionand with a stamp of ,tire darkest I hs -IJ -:- --:: T -- 'J:. #'.,i1.. .' ,it,

cannot be presumed on Hfirs't epoch( demonstrate cjearlyf depredatic n. I the, \character, of the Utyertinctfandf : : ;IHall-Qun .wder. ':' :
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contrary, that at least) one" half.of I that, in the wars- of other powers; 'The. .,,'yy,real o )ject, i in the .event. tend to loosenif mar O the I 4 IIE Subscriber, agent for thcproprie-: : :. '.. f
every century in ancient as well as we .can rely .only on force foi'the war, is' to sto > the enemy* ',at the small remains o( 'affecttok lurking. : ..4tonsjwill! .be .constantly supplied ., '
modem 111 times, has been) consumed I protection of our neutral rights. coast If thi is done, our ,cities, about' his heart, ;foJ.tais.a \ja lo \s-fil'l all-descriptions t .the. .quality of this, "
t wars' and 0 r ten ''of the most- Those of the second demonstrate vill be wife and.cliiidrea.' bUt' repeated and i powijeris well.known' > it warranted, c- .
n era I and'd' gccharacier.- arid whole inte Ion, ,secure.KOP ; dual, .fnot"superior'to pony made ,m .he "
I No r,.1..t h olating ,with equal certainly, that, in any the accomlishment of this object frequent .i intercourse'wijn. viciouscompanion's United: States,aid f.\1 uJjO\"e'LQ\c1on"row;:' 1 : .
weexamtne ere'a'dy cause to' infer, ifthe war- in which, we may be engaged our fortifi atoms must: be prin f ,And.dissipation! ,,w.puld er PJ"09f.:.' .L\otiat dexlcr+i and retailerswill : ,

nations condition .of the, hereafter, wit..h:1 strong naval cipally relied on. By placing i annihilate'every generous emotion. be supplied onjulvaniUcoU3termp.v. *' r a
with vthtc mouthsof h'sddul and forever deprive him ,,. ..,F. ij:. N utbet.t .... .
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most inter ,r wet aye the power: the e/Jlon5e*, waste, and strong works sear t le :.. "" .
t o ac and 1 t-onBcSt, other culamit- fc, attending. it, con-, our great inlet in s ,ch posiiicas i of(tint'affection:' ,and all conjugal Aug.I 2-tf. / 'f'. v WoO-- .. :-r.:, .
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are ordered to be ready by the 15th i AFFAW' S OF PAIN. Baltimore altered to Icu, of ".the. exhibiting:' faIbe-city of :N ,"Vorb .y;(
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j instant, to leave Cadiz for the coast Accounts fi5th om B,y.onne to ,the emission of June 2d, 1818. and seem to,have excited' %.
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from the Charleston Cit!, Gazette. of Peru, to aid the royalist cause'; Dec. have arrived. A signal curiosity Sc patronage. Theirfortf.
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, By the Perfect, Capt. prince, arrived and it is rumoured that the French example appears to hs ve been. made Two menTcharged with capital and features are extremely !
( yesterday afternoon from forces in the Pacific are to cooperate. of the soldiers of th Faith who (f.nceslatt'ly made their escape but regular, delicateand all". t' Q

Liverpool, we have received files of These preparations and ru- participated m the ri 4t Madrid. fl'omeranklin jail, N. C. ; waited able. \Viih the voices and agree. .. r
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London and Liverpool papers, to mours naturally give rise to speculative Seventeen ol tpem have been shot. on the Sheriff, dined with him, and pearance of small children, they P he)c
the 6th ult. incl'tsive. We find ideas of thc effect which Madrid is tram quil but gloomy. thai accompanied: him back to possess the cultivated minds of ofer'

,nothing o!' general importance in they may have on the English and The troubles in Ga icia become,, prison, where they .vcre locked up. women, and altogiher Ibim a to chte
them, hut extract from them the American government more serious, he barters ds multiplying On leaving the jail they left a note study for the naturalist and philo ) e3

principal incidents they furnish. "Ships-Asia, f 4 guns-Arclh- in all qua ; and Corunna is on the table stating their purpose, sopher. fordone

G 'n. Mina and several other usa, 34 ditto-Caulda, 34 ditto- constantly on the alert 1 in appre- and mentioning when they would .

Spanish officers arrived I at Plymouth Descubierta, 22 ditto-Aguiles 20 hension of SOl e secret I blow being return. P.. Post. Ohio.-The 11. of R. have adopted a u"
in a French brig}' on the ditto." > intended I against It. | The situation resolutions that further and sod
f ; 30th'of November. He was received I We cannot state, positively, the oi the French in that provinceand Attempt at aI8'luilld/ing.-On more effectual-measures should be nble f0ttC'n
with great entluisiaMn, the i amount of the French naval force the Astu 'ias, as\well as the day-- morning, while. \'Ir. Henry adopted by tile Congress of the Ut

It' hells rung, the horses were taken in the Pacific; but it is but a short frontier provi ces, is very delicate; Lane, a dry goods' merchant, 8. for the promotion and protection pe
Abet
from his carriage, bhe, brave but time since 'vc heard of their havingtwo travellers are not safe since they (whose store is at424 Pearl-street) i American manufactures. ,no Oe
unfortunate patriot overwhelmed forty-four gun frigates in thut are stopped n the very bank of was down at the auction rooms, I A resolution has also been adopted gdit
by the plaudits? of thousands of an quarter. The junction of these ,the Bilassoa. and strong escorts two s Pat rune-looking fellows called 47 to 13, ". highly approving nblictrssaf
admiring populace. vessels would render the Spunifci will be henceforth nece IS sar-. The his store, and enquired of the of the sentiments expressed by the
Letters from Madrid representhttlb expedition formictable{ to the Patriots -. streets of Cad z are said to be unsafe young man there, if Air. Lane had President on the subject of the inInference t muble pci9

Ferdinand as, entirely indisposed along the coast, though it cannot I after dar J returned, and being answered that of European powers etf
towards any degree of con- be well expected to have much, t. j.I I1LASGO he; had not, one of them' remarked \with the independent governmentsof Pe r.ty
liation with his subjects, or amnesty if any influence upon the internal 16. hat: it was strange, for he told me, Mexico and South America, and ,that t
I hi;
and oblivion of past transactions military affairs of Peru, as the The procee lings of' the Jews aid he, he would be here before of the policy so promptly recommended Kstin;
; notwithstanding \ the advice great struggle between the com continue to be the leading subject me, but in case he should not; that therein." he CA.S
:. of some of his principal .counsellors bined Peruvian and Colombian of interest. A remarkable 1 fact is I must request the young man in meet

to a prudent and moderate line of forces, directed by Bolivar, and mentioned in cur London Corres- the store for the bank book and -LJomestie minU./acturea,=,V care Peat
conduct-a course, too, whietoap- the royalists under Cantarac, maybe pendence. l\1''. Hoths hild, it is tmcnt money, and a blank checkhe gratified lo i learn tat a company dutie te,
.. be the wish of the Duke of said, is to insi t would find in the desk the
,pears to expected. to have terminated before upon a re rescnta- on was some time since\formed: ,P"'
Angouleme, and a part of the the Spanish I expedition! leaves tiVe government: being institutedin Franklin Bank, and bring them to- in New-Jersey, for the purpose of Ptice
:French Ministry. The interest or Europe., Besides, if the"'late news Spain as the causa sir.a qua non him. The clerk told him it was manufacturing Steel, and has succeeded in o
the: fanatics and priests' was reviving from London be correct, France of a loan to Fe dinand. 1 indeed strange that Mr. L. should beyond the most sanguine ititingto 9
with increased malignity in had pledged herself not to act It inns' howetjxu rerbe acknowledged send such directions as there was expectation of the individuals 4oalifoiia;

S}>aiJ. openly against South America: the Jews. ion re not as scrupulous no haste necessary in making: a de- composing it. The steel which ,
LIVERPOOL, Dcc. 6. all occasioi s. Among the new' posi:, and declined to deliver them. they have ahead} made, has been i for

( The emigrations from Spain are INTERESTING FROM SOUTH AMERICA loans is one fo' Austria* for 2,500 But the fellow replied, that he said fried in various ways, and is, found v
not confined to France and England, I 000k, of which the principal part what Mr. Lane told him, who wouldbe to be of the first quality. It is worthy tini

but, acre: ..''"Jf- to the Beliriuu! Journal i The_barque Leopard, Crafts, has is to go to the 3rilish Government much offended if the clerk did t of remark, that the steel which r nal
l, have c-xtended to that country. 1 arrived at New-port from, Buenos in payment oft e eighteen millions not comply with his wishes. The was made from native iron, was 'fullyheu

The remains the crew of an Ayres. \Ve are indebted, says the formerly lent to the \ Emperor; young man, however, persisted in l found to be much preferable to that
Amrl'ican'l'ss J, name unknown, New York Gazette, to a mercantile 400,000 has been already i paid not giving up the articles, on which !' manufactured from Swedish and us toter lfat
which was upset at sea were land- fril'J1Cl.for. the following highly into the Exchequer. \ the two left the store, apparentlyso Russian iron ; it was m re mall ;
ed at Hoiyhead. The Cl'l'V'eJ"t interesting extracts of letters from An article in the Orifl mme dis- much offended that they would eable and ductile, and possesses tition

originally !fourteen in number, ten that plate dated the 4th of November claims all view;, of aggrandisement lot leave their names. It is need greater elasticity, while itVa&_ 1 ese'esyo
of whom, perished, one by one, on the {part of Alexander. If thearticle less to add that the above was all susceptible of as high a temper as

'through fatigue and hunger, having '.b'The last news from Peru, received I has an)I meaning t it must news to Mr. Lane on his return to caststeel.A COQCC cot
clungto the wreck until their t\vo days since, is vcr favorable refer to the want of power;I not of the stove. The public cannot be .- Ten
'exhausted. The ) intention. I too much on-their guard letter from visitoratVas such
strength was survivors to the cause of the Patri against a a i-
were sixteen days! upon the ots. Our dates from Lima are to set of Brogues, thieves and vaga- ington to the Editor of the Winchester f Abe
wreck, eight of which they were the 16th Oct: Bolivar arrived thereon IMPORTANT FROM PERU. bonds, who now infest this city.- Republican, has some fair ile tllbe3
without food. A subscription the Is't./' He was received with We can state on good authority, Ib. hits at the manners of the place, past

entered into for them at Hoiyhead, great joy, and constituted Chief of that official ir telligence reachedthe r as displayed at Evening part t's- ofi
and they arrived at this city onMonday the Republic, with unlimited seat of government on Thurs- Robbery.-On Friday night last, among which is the following : r i desTti
night l last.. : An expedition of 2900 powerS men- day, confirming what' appeared I in the store of lIessrs.V.. & '1'. C. There is one advantage, by the i ech of>i,

-+- sailed from Chili on,, the 4th inst.to this paper som days age?, namely, Chardavo)ne plumbers and pew- bye, which you would have/over
Extract of a letter received in this to-en ratted assist Peru. Gen St. Cruz had that the Presid nt liberator: Gen. terers, No. Cherry-street, was myself and e.very body cls ,6erc, if theiratnb
GIBRALTAR, jcov. 27, 1823. obtained a considerable I Bolivar, had made a jriumphal entered, supposed by false keys. you -came. You must know that
"At Cadiz, every thing wears a the Spanish General l victoryover I I entry. into the city of ;Lima, onvhich The desk was broke open and robbed ,, it is the habit with the servants to n ac

gloomy.aspect, the Almada entirely near the Desaguardo. General Valdez.St. '( \ occasioi there was a general of about &40, and several articles pile up the gentlemen's hats near entifiport
deserteiii the streets and at and enthusiastic taken from the door in
rejoicing, that store, among the heap's something like
Cruz
was at Arequipa with a force, tnmu
the opera, nothing was: to be seen it.is said of 9000 La Serna a Congress had assembled, a Presi- which were two guns and a sword. the cocks oflay which you can seifc; otetl'Cher
men.
but French soldiers, the ladies dent been cite cd, and that Gen. There were three guns in the store, in a meadow, in harvest. Thtt
the had evacuated Cuscoin .
(those enliveners of all society,) order Viceroy to ,form with Bolivar had nominated to the one of which, was! found on the .consequence/ IS, that, upon thc: > ises r
having confined themselves to their a junction supreme net and 1\\'direction stoop, loaded, which the villains breaking up, there is a general ,ran(
Canterac. In short, the affairs of li ret
houses, declining any acquaintancewith the Patriots had taken favorable of all the beef of Peru, until the no doubt did before they left the scramble. Your advantage would '-Core
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their unwelcome, self-styled, turn and there a very Spaniards be driven from store, as powder and ball were in I lie, if you still wear the old hat.
benefactors, liberators.:, &c. Indeed, appears to belittle the soil of that important: section of the desk. On the same night, the that you would find it with ease, e Edish
doubt but
will
we were glad to.quit a place that rid of the old they soon As get South America. Balt.lit'd.1 1r Gel:::. workshop of Mr. Jonathan Fay, or, after all the others were taken, ti
Spaniards.
wore a countenance of so much soonas : I brass-founder, was broke open, and it would be sure to be left."-Upon erttripti
this takes trade
sorrow." place a great SP \IX. I the night previous another housein this, the Editor of the Republican
will.be Buenos"
The, cause of liberty is done for Flour had opened been at sold Lima A yrt's.- The Madrid Gazette of Novem- the same neighborhood was entered. remarks, that the cut at the hat r
the present in Old Spain, and the at as her 20 contains, a very important is good; one, but he must wear it tiroi
low as S6 barrel, on board it
per ; >
Holy Alliance, not satisfied, ar, about Decree signed b the kin of Spain tilllhe is furnished with a byhis'patrons.1'
had got up, however, to S.7.. The ? oAarise
to carry on their holy warfare the thisnisier.s The'Governor of Massachusetts,
convention niahere with the on preced ng daY.,1 By '
,t + to the extinguishment 01"th cause' Snanish for decree a counc I I of mi i is in his .late-Message, recommended r geatte
of freedom on our sid e'of the At- deputies has not been a general ratified armistice in- created, similar in their functionsuncil a revision of the existing laws in Mr. Maury, Consul of the U. S. 1, :
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lantic. Letters from a source to be Peru, be from to the Cabinet c > that' was established relation to insolvent debtors. This at Liverpool, has given notice, to neriEber
as might
relied upon, have been received} the state expected of the American by Phi ip V. ii 1714. and subject in the Senate was referredto the owners, consignees, and masters ,-
here, stating that a Congress 'of prosperous. the Supreme Ju eta of t te States, a committee, who have reported, of vessels belonging to the U.
tie; allied powers is to be convenedat cause.uThe instituted by Charles HI, in hat they are unable to devise a States, that, the laws of Great Britain PrA
or near :Madrid!, at: which thes Indians have been verytroublesome I 1787. The Dec ee is addressed to itSS imperfect system of laws, relative requiring the masters and_
inject of the reduction of the of late here: They ', Don Victor Saeiz, who :I s tits o carry to debtors, than .that now in three-fourths of the crews to" be- ntfC
South American colonies to subjection have made incursions in the Pro- provisions i It-; eHVcjl, and to operation.Meeting. citizens of the United States, vessels om:
is to bo discu!) :il'c1. England \ince in various directions, drivingoff preside over the deliberations of as well as their cargoes will be es
has been invited to join, but the cattle) making' prisoners of the council whenever the king is of Merchants and Manufacturers. : refused entry unless so navi atcd.,
refused, and has further declared)j the women, and butchering all the not O he .-In pursuance of a 1 public resChi
present.: course, report '
by her ambassador, ':'her intentionof men they can get hold of. The of the dismissal ofSaez was juu- notice:a large and respectable Persons of Coallr.The Legislature -
adhering to her before-declared[ small bodies of troops stationed on founded. meeting of merchants and manu- of South Carolina passed a Uniing
course of policy-and her intention the frontiers" have been attackedand fdctxTrers, opposed to an increase law on the 20lh December last by

of acknowledging the independence defeated several times by' them, LATE INTELLIGENCE\ FROMGRCKCE. of,duties on imported goods, as which any slave or slaves from any flo
of South America which has rendered them more in the bill now before Indies bleu:
provided I proposed port or place in the West ,
t her present agents report favorably bold than from formerly. Crowds of Mr TopliH, of Boston, has receiveii Congress, was held! at the Exchange or Mexico, or any par- ..,of South A- l1nl let
-in fact, a war between England people different parts of thecountJ'Y a letter f from Siti} ma, dated Coffee-house, in Boston, onMonjlay merica, or from Europe, or from 6et
and France, 8cc. is considered 1 for have flocked. to the city the 22d of Novi front which l week, Col.! Thorndikewaschosen any sister state, which may be
almost certain. The Russian protection. The Indians arc it appears 'ht' ( ;reeks beengagement / chairman, and John A. situated to the north of the river 1
Minister Madrid said to talk led on, it is -said by some persons again successful:>> in an eimber Vtvml\Hsq. secretary. It was Potomac, or the city of Washington anapa

loud of the United States as the from here. disaffected to the government. with the Turks.! The etter says oted]that a committee should" be are prohibited from being ,,, ta};

source of all the revolutionary -" Mil: Greeks! *o on fumou't.lr.A ; appointed; to examine the!. bill. and brought info South Carolina, under lZ1l
principles which trouble so much They have indeed become so formidable naval action has I lately .liedn_ present a view of its operationson the I penalty of $1000, and the forfeiture beu
the crowned: heads of Europe.The .- aj to create a great deal fought, in whic i the Gijeeks captured life trade and manufactures of of the slave to the state ; Ito.
English are evidently courtingour of alarm among ,those who have a sloop] of svar, ,several brigs, thc nited Suites; ; to suggest such cases of shipwreck and stress of toetc
friendship, in hope, no doubt any property in the country. The a schooner, and .transports. The alterations. as in their opinion will weather excepted. beth
of a co-operaiion with them in government are taking energetic sloop of war Wa: former y an Am- be for the interest, of the government -
their expected content. Two 74's measures to clear the Province of rican ship, belonging tN. York, and people of the United The Honorable James Lloyd of
1are here, having brought the 12th its barbarian invaders, and will, no cap'ured by the ]English luring the States, and' report at an adjourned Boston, at present: in the Senate of 0a
regiment of Infantry to this place, doubt, succeed, but not before very war, and sold lat ily' tote T urks." meeting. They were requestedalso the U. S, has been nominated for
and will take on board the 27th for serious losses are experienced.The .- A postscript to he:lette adds, "1 to prepare a memorial to Con the office of Governor, and Thomas .t
f-e,West-Indies! -thevitre said to Indians have the most deadly have just time id add) that, we have gress,on the subject, to be present ,,L. Winthrofi Ksq. for the office o f'
hay%. been filled out in a great hurr hatred to all white men, and lievcr this moment received officialneAvsn ed for the consideration of themectin'g. Lieutenant-Governor of the State ..

)'."-PrOl'' Gazette. spare them when ,taken prisoners.The of the'surrender of COI'irhh to the at the adjournment.. of Massachusetts The election t

principal cause of their late Grecian army, under al capituJationthe takes place on the first:Monday of .
From the italtimor Gazette. successes is the great extension of prison 2rs to bt landed in The United States' ship Cyane, April next. I
J.M1-ORTANT *OM GIBRALTAR-. the frontiers made 'last year b). the Asia. The Gi.ek yes ;els, with now lying at New York, is, under The Managers of the Boato-i

,Tlie following I'4eliigence, with government."For the prisoners, ar e now j in the Gulf, sailing orders: for Havre. She will Theatre having offered a :jpiizc for .
which we Have been kindly favored ttye last month there has with the intenti of Ian ing them.It depart i in a. day or two for her destination the best poetical production, to

", by a mercantile frund, in this been very serious apprehensions in is an all-impo cant pi; ce for the ,having board the Hon. he' recited, at the Jubilee in honor
city, is from'a most retractable town of, revolution.. The late Greeks, whose c use ears dailyto JAMES BROWN, tlie newly appointedMinister Shakspeare re, 33 Poems ,were of-
source. We.presume its adujracy invasions the Indians hive:; had brighten." apt to1 France. 11 fered a large proportion whichare
,is. not to be doubted; so fat* atleast a tendancy to increase the clamor said to be meritorious produc

as relates to the preparati,against the government. The 6 UO2S1ECounterfeiters Exchange of New-York.-It. is tions. The Committee awardedthe ,
of a Spanish squadron, ; and whet; 1 1 Kr cent stocks we consider the existing state ol f P,;f'.cent have fallen to 40-atid NE'-Yonu, Ian. 31.cs oapacious Exchange in the Boston. J,
political affairs in Europe, togc'- events: price is nominal, no one --Two men named a city of 'New-York, to cost from -
ther with the rumoured, coropera- wishing v purchase during the Smith and Mar have been'arrested Sb17,000 to $683oao ; towards NEW-ORLEANS,EEBUART, 1 C.
tion of the French upon a greai t -present unst .iied times. It is most -at Tutl til tow-, Ulster which there have been subscribed: 1"he.aggrel; _te number of interments ,
question embraced in the President's probable that u change in, govern-; Coultyith counterfeit money in '8433,000 by the ,Banks, Insurance in .,this City and suburbs .
Message to Congress] at th c ment will take jAnce at the next their -possessio amou Hing! to Companies, Trustees, 'merchants, from the 3d to the 9th t'eb.,'agreeably '
opening of the session, we, ma y election in the momh of March $9,308. Counterfeit bil s, of the and others. It is calculated that to the,official report, amounted_ : xii..
-, safely say the news is of an impor- next, if not before 'by \olence, in New Bedford Commer ial Bankare the rents of rooms', : columns, Sec, to thI'rt -two.-Lou. Cor.Job .,. / Jul ;.- '
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cant character : ''either case it will certainty' ,prove circulatioi The )ublic are will 1 produce an interest on the "' J -- -" { __

GIBHALTX t :?*c. 3d, ]1823. for the worse, and probably. ntwlve. also cautioned- a jainst tlie receiptof capital. of.!six per cerjfe- Prints iii neatly _executed. /
\ "The underme. \,iced yeesel:s the place once more In anarchy\'" five dollar 110 es of the, Bank'of Three female cUvarai.. are"now at fins Occ.

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--I ions of the competent authorities may be the .
i public knowledge, v ere correct; HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, t.111j
omitted, to that \ \11
ensure us greatest ot" all i : .
i1I1qila ( blessings, health ; which nothing but i i n every point of vie r, ..however j :JAN. 30. Prieto Ex.
Filippe &c. )
is 'much those proceedings ..ve'be'tn A Joinjt Resolution amend the _
jour own culpable neglect likely to : may ;to v. \ ,>ft fa.
13 j _
/ .:- prevent our enjoying. misrepresented I y.malice or Constitution_ ;>> ;!, from the Senate, was 1 i I': J. ')f.- Dc LosatLi. % )

his labors as Editor wicked n e55. read a first and ,second time, and 1..I BY virtue of this execution, I shall proceed -.

't "jeOtU'f\l1 ncin ,the Undersigned feels Nous observonsavec plaisir: dapres.la *. This leads the Grand; Jury to express committed. i to sell for cash on Tuesday,the 3d

,!iCofth j.dU0 duties he will proclamation du ,Maire, the regrets, which they have 8. "I."I.FEn. i i t day of August next at 11 o'clock .A. '1.
ofthe high respond- ; dans la feuille dc' : at the Court-house in Pensacola, the following ..
3nd publiee cc jour shared
I with all the id members Numerous
iptfOT him ; and, go petitions were presented described real estate viz. .
I .ch defOh'appeals upon to a generous que Tautorite sc dispose u prendre i of this community, in seeing the -ampng which, we noticed a [[I' One lot in the city of Pensacob. =.itur.i -

enesdY that universal patronage I,:des mesurcs pour assurer la pro- many unbecoming p ecc's whichtrazettc memorial from Dr. Smith, of Baltimore -: ted on Pensacola Bay No.1). Ant !,'>-\ml.ed .

;.t for I crown his exertions with I pret de notre ville, et nous. espejronsque have appeared in the called on the prevention of the east- by Madam Saarez?, vest by TUt-
t1o & them that, the "ceia. ne se reduira i l''i the "Floridian small tazar Centeno, north by 8 ;:Ta.roa"<.fvett -
;; ma JOS'lrcS! ? pas : a id their pox; the luemolial goes at the 80 feet
exclusive diIlia Uro fronting buy by 1J deep.
.;: InJrr sole he' and alone will be re-- des avertissemens, car jamais une dent desire that in futu1 re such Pt ength into the subject, and. after i I[ Said lot has been le>ied upon,and '/ill be .

*"J.control faults, or mismanagement ; irop graude vigilance ne peut-etre ductions should not b" counten need mentioning the present alarming sold to satisfy the aforesaid execution and

:bIc. jts indulgence, which he will employee pour se guarantir des invasions as they only tend o create is- prevalence of the, disease, and discussing ;' cost. 4

,*?:l5 that and hopes tUrn*' mise' de la' maladie. Nous le cord and ii! will, when union,' or] at the validity of kine pock, Sheriff\V. DAVISOV Es.County., .

J /attribtted! to error judge- disons avec assurance, par ce que least mutual toleratio, can alone as its preOentiproposcs a plan Shfr-JP Office, -

,*got* tcntion.gratified that he begins nous le croyons fermcment, iI n'a render society- desiraLj ie. for the dissemination of genuine Pensacola March 11., 1824,

rditor feels time when, it will ben manque pour assurer la sante: de 1! They have seen iih cone I'n vaccine mailer, by a Central Agent, March 13-lamts.SHERIFF'S.
a
j b1 1ic lirlt. fill his columns with tint Pensacola, que les efforts de ceux that the County Courts have pot Washington, and local Agentsin

., r5sr Tt'cal;t: controversies and while dont le devoir tait de forcer les yet been able to raise Feans for electing each Congressional District. SALE.John "

:*". difor him to do, in using his propri tail'es et les localait d'en- ; jails ; but they trust that The memotial was referred toga Gamier} i

tftfiKtar the advancement of the lever de leurs enclos toutes les 1 the Delegate so unanimously eIc- select committee. vs. C fi. fa.
UlC of this infant Ternt -
W. L.
Brown.3
.rt: and matter he! will have to lay I substances qui en sejc.urnantsur la cd for Congress will by his c*er- FEB. 10. I BY virtue of this execution 1 shall

I'. i: the natrons: will undoubtedly! be i surface du tClorrin, parlfculi 'cment tions, obtain from thi U. S. grints A bill from this House to extend :. cecd to sell for cash on 'Tuesday the pro-3d,

:"iftfd important.TC pendant lesS chaleurs dc 1'eie, ac- | to such liberal exten ,, that the)! lor the time limited for the settlement j day August next, at 11 o'clock A, M.j .

:TC ; of Kepublicatusin! will :...1.IfI'Ct quierent dc la putridite et la pro- i cat authorities may oon hel"l :..rlt'1' I of private I land claims in the Tern.tory I j at the court house in Pensacola the fol '

,m tbe editorial department decided ofafoU duiscnt ensuite dans les_ corps hu- j be enabled to provi-Itj! for such establishments of Florida, with certain amendments lowing described real estate, viz. : -
Gazette, a firm anJ One half lot in the city of Pen' cola,
and its readers find the rights mains! : les memes mesures sont'necessaires of a pu licsnature ,as of the Senate, was referred situated'an Cuna street, No. 95 formerly

ttJtj:tt Of a free anti independent pour la proprete des i this country is entirety deprived of to the Committee on the the property of Doininquez and by him -

p-wptlv. defended and exercUed.Ln rues ; il en faut de speciallcs pour and which its situation and local Public Lands. conveyed to this defendant together with

and abuse of power, of which prevcnir I'introduction des mala- i importance: claim with the utm ost FEB. 11. all the buiUbngn! and improvements thereon -

J tinoffice: muy be guilty, will be un-: dies pid miques. S'aIH.aantir sur I urgcncy. I A bill from tho.Senate authori- j consisting of '
held
and up to public DWELLING HOUSE '
jv exposed
*' cet objet paraitra The Grand but feel zing the building! of' additional '::
annot
tI1J.lS, fAr as may be necessary, peutetre super- Jury I an tinoccupied: ; al ,
tw qi3liC3t\ "ons and abilities, as well as flusu la plupart des personnes qui great satisfaction in i congratulatingtheir I number of sloops of war for the 80XE i said property will

"JO ndgf'SS of the principles, of candinclitical out etc: les temoins des eons qucn- :;; fellow-r'uizens on the paucity naval service of the United Statesas ," to satisfy the afore.:. ;

:esfllf) : advancement: will beirecly ces -HVeuaes dune police inatten- !I of offences brought before tlicm,I \\ twice read, and committed to said execution and co*t. The property .
;if ilia discussed ; but at the tive et de 1'ubsence'de I the Committee Naval Affairs can he viewed at any...time 'On application f.1
the degradation of thc pi ess, reglements and that even those ; re of so slight on to .

louinjr-t tme to subserve the cause of: | pour la quarentaine pendant t' t I I.a nature, as nol to :ave required$ FEB. 16. : ".. DAVIS OX, \, .

-al cr-vy; or private pique will be de 1322 ; mais quand nous nous 'afterwards any rig rous decision i I Mr. TAYLOR, ofIew York, after Sheriff Es. County, ". "

.1a1bn) :Tdcil against sid Kvouled.rtf rappelons que quoique ties or'don I j by the Court. stating1' the present pruvisions Sheriff's Ojfice .
;bscribcr thinks it entirely super etc fuites I declaration law for of Collectors Pen.cirfllc,
nances ajant et publiees Thty will-end th s by compensation ;
extend t'.i's; address to a mitch March 11, 1824. r .
jysto ter:cl1rth; ,b) i.umerous promises and | a ce sujct 1'annee dfrniereles contraventions I ;by that'of their hea.''trel gratitude: of;he Customs on the Northern:I -mts,f

'!i.ons.: Mil' thinks it sufficient, inm aces ordoimances n'ont I towards that benevolent Providence frontier, moved the following reso BY THE MAYOR- -

to the prece !ing, to s\)',' tiiat .jamuis! e'c punics, et qu'il est whose unbott ided goodness lution. .

]tlert the utmost of his: "abilities. into ,.. .nrosnue a deii tard_iiour sonirer- aux: 'has been such that, during the RESOLVED, That the Committee \ :P1'(11tUlationIn /
J'J
d.5fOring promote tne interests: 01fljuntnyby me Ul'es de preparations necessaires whole summer, not a single case of on Commctcc be instructed to inquire conplJ'anccowith the 3d section of :
carefully overjncerns
watching the ordinance of the 16th of
and. calling the attention of contre la saison qui appro-{ contagious! disease has made its into the expediency of a- 132 which is as follows ; "that November from and

,Territorial and General Governments, uhe ; nous p r.sous qu'il est:: aussi appearance in this city*, or any oI mending the act of Congress, entitled after the 1st day of January next, every S

such regulations and improvements! is de l lV notre devoir d' levcr la voix et ther disease of in I purtauce!, and: "Ai. act further to establishthe ". privy within; the city shail be of the

be necessary and exptd.eit ; and d't xhol'h'r a. ce que les meS'urt s les they also feel a satisfaction in confessing compensation of officers of the depth of not less than three feet and

ik the smonger and! the politicianI of plus ener iqucs soierit employees that, to this benefit the exertions customs, and to alter certain collection u.. the proprictorof every lot, on which
J1begr.ifiCd.I by a* full a summary there sljull be a privy ota smaller I
.pissing eventsof the times as the ex- pour ass'urer i'executiun dcs rtgle- of the Board of Akjermenwho 1 distri'ctsind for other pur bliall forfeit and pay a sum not exceed-depth f.

of his columns will permit, he wilEvorthattfle mens existans et pour que de nouveaux !lately ended their administration poses," so far us thc! same relates '* !iig 55 ; and the Mayoi is hereby author-

Agriculturist: Merchant, ou d'aditionels soient fait aiid the particular, attentions to the compensation of the Collectors : "j iacfl, lioin and after the day aforesaid, .
.
cdanic, Statesman Christian: and Vo-. i s'il est neccssaire. of Juan de La Rua, the theij May of the several districts! on the "to cause such privy to be cleaned out,
of literature and Science, alirifindmtlie and
at
nuty the
j Gazette: something: worthy Nous ''vimeb avec pluisir que or of this City, bar fs certainly been northern frontier of the U. States. proprietor deepened: and award a expense warrant of or such .
exccation
theirattention, and which may s' rve toMe Tele dernior un lombereau ait etc very efficient. I The resolve was agreed to against him for the costs thereof- J

tr. to their amusement, gratifica- pour le transport des ordures N. H. ALLEN!, :i FEB. 17 after notice, in a summary manner. No

and iifetruction. The literary awl audeU des limites de la Frjremhn Grand Jur/r. Mr. WEBSTER, from the Committee L- ".privy, from and after fie 1st day of

',mare: sol.cited to contribute to theseptaflt : ville, et dans la pcrsuation que les In the Grandur Room at Pen- uri Judiciary, reported a Januar}" next, shall be permitted to
/ "
such I
furnisiVmg I'crfluor
: purposes, by to be otherwise in
.cation: 3 as may be liLely to pro- fonds communaux on memo des taxes : sacola this 20th S. !.:..- tcmbe r, 1823. | bill_ giving the consent and sanction_ rlt-siiilv nr offcnsoe- con-----lti\n._:._'-,. ....an nl...... 41-un-........,...
!!ic.r attainment, adhoc, 'ne, pouveiit jamais etre ---- v -- 1)f Congress to certain acts of the ter.antj there be one, or otherwise the

Thfre I cannot at present be any pro- uiieux employees que pourun objet eONJl\"E AILTL. Legislative Council of Florida ; proprietor, of such privy, shall 'forfeit

made improve the dress and ap- aussi important, nou pnsons qu'iJ'sera [ which was twice read and com and pay; for every such offence, a sum. .
1r7tIiC. uf the Pensacola Gazette, as it bientot t'n1S; de faire rcvivrecette IX SEX. mitted. *c. not exceeding S 5 ; and if such tenant .
requ'.re a general support, in every I J" s. 30. Mr. or .proprietor do not cleanse the same
1fconncctc,1 with mesure. Etifiu nous RANKIN, from the Committee .*
the
establishment, to appe- The wthm a reasonable time, to be judged
success urdcr i lons les soins et la des following aijnendment to the the Public Lands .'
rt its present form prevoyance on to of br -the Major, after notieven to '
Eitur therefore calls upon those, who autorites comp tcntcs pour nous Constitution was i ijad a third time: whom was, referred the amend- that effect by an officer of police, the *
:L\thatapres!s may meet with th; ne- ''Rt'lJr1.'et., That no person, ha\'- Mayor; the
assurer la possessioa du plus ments'by the Senate to a bill of this may cause same to be done -
sLry encouragement in this city, to de Ics ing been twice eleof ted to ilion !he office at thc expense as aforesaid, to be levied
House entitled
biens
themselves in lengthening hIs sub- grand tout la sante, "An act to extend aforesaid."

cp'jonlist, to famish him with iiumeridrertisements que notre seule negligence pour- Presdient that shall (again 1> eligible the time limited for the settlement every as proprietor It and is to recommended every tenant to of
office.
and to keep him con.Qltly rait nous mettrc en danger de per- to 1 of private laud claims in the territory any lioase within; the limits of this corporation .
employed by job-printing; and dre. I And on the que*, th t the re- of Florida," reported the agreement 'to avail themselves of this: most

; t i tiwt! should he succeed as he .--.,..-. --_- -_-- --_- -,-._ I i solution pass, tw ) third of the of the Committee to the propel'seasol1 to attend strctly: to the provision -
ptJ,1hd expects, he will take the whole number bcii requiite to its I *' here above mentioned, for fear .
wItit opportunity to improve and.CUgcIipapr C \\A1U :b \.\ ...1T1N.: g amendments, with an amendment. that, by I
< -. passage, the yeas and niys were neglecting same we should
? ; ami in the mean time FEB. 18, attract
or encrcase, and deserve
liter To the Editor of the Pensacola Gazette- taken-Ayes 30, Naps 3. I event
himself -
that his exertions will i I On motion of :\J r. CALL, ;to those which befell us during
aer.t; and receive the of SIR-I observe with some sur- The resolution was and thet'
patronage! a fiassed, bill extending: the time for the settlement .? summer of 1822 '
oerj!,free and enlightened pllblic.w. I'prize, in \ kind of report of Judicial sent to the House of Representatives ; land claims in- The constables shall carry the said ..

HASELL HUNT.fnwtla pro-ecdinss published in the Floridian for conCUI'l'e cc. I of'prIvate .i provisions into effect; they shall report
I the Territory of Florida! taken
March 13th 1824. that I am charged h having FEB. 4. was am and every jnlraction thereof theMayor 1
withheld up, and, after a good deal of dis- ,for the remedy and the fine to be
an important Mr. Holmes of Maine j from the _
ACaucus: piesentment
was hcM at Washington City: cussion, in which Mr. CALL, Mr.RAKK1N enforced.Given. :
tn. the 14th ult Present 66 of the Grand JurY' for the Committee tl
: membersgress '" on e Judiciary, re- and Mr. OWEN took in the- Mayor's Officeat
,
COI\ -fthich resulted in the r,-- i il l-ounty of E scam la, at last September 1 ported a bill, in further: ajddilion to ,, Pensacola this 28th of Feb. 1824
bill
t-ie ordered ;
lmenllation l part was to be en- '
of i
| William II. Crawford for Term. The > :
uilu'ied
jimform P. ALBA .
hiident and paper an act to establisji sys- Mayor.By ...
grossedandreadathiidtirne.
Albert Gallatin for Vice
P i4ert.ticen ; to was handed to me in a scaled tern of naturulizjuicJn, s, hich was ; -- : : Win. P. Duval Governor of the Territory .

enveijpe! addressed as a private read Sc: passed to secon. \I reading.i of Florida.PROCLAMATION..

P. 'Luctett Esq of Kentucky, lett J. In order that there maybe i I .5, f
r Whereas in *
'tried bttD aPP01ttedby the* l'rtsdrntcfte) no mibapiehcnsioiis' to the nature I Mr. FIN P L\\ I laid o i the table, I Legislative Council pursuance of an act of the ,|
: the '
Stil.tes
con Territory of
nibsom.r for :l-c rtahm of this document: I fet-1 |
; thims and titles; to land inV myself a resolution of t ic Lcgslature of 'Florida, approved 24th dav of June ?

?u. The board is ICJcomposed e of l very reluctantly compelled in Pennsylvania, in; tuctin their Sea 1823. Commissioners were appointed, to

Overton, White & Luckett. We self defence, to request tht it may nalors, and rcque ling their' Repre- select the most eligible and convenient

tldenta.n\l Col. White hus rect-.vcd 'a be published. Wishing to av Jld tatives, in Cong ss, to I use their situation for of the seat of government of.the
Florida
berfrom t the latter gentlenuiu, say ng; all newspaper controversy, I refrain *fiorts to obtain such a revision of Territory have and the said Commissioners
1lIIbehierc early in tie! Spn.ig.li from I reported to mc that they
'
all
-: remarks on the sub- the existing Tariff, as w ll tend to have selected wnte in the County' of

ear ladto observe, b\ tile: Procla. ject. encourage the domestic manufactures Gadsdcn, situatea about mile southwest -

Oll of the Major published I ii thisth1t IL M. BRACKENRIDGE.It of the country. ARKIVED. Irom the old deserted fields of Tallahassc -

some measures are about to b Mr. IIAYNE about a half mile south ofthe Oke-
<: the
presented memorial Schr. Gcnl. Call, Blunt, New-Orleans
and
b} the prop<:r authorities to having been toI I lock-o-ny Tallahassj! trail, at a point
:tthe proc represented of the Chamber: of Commerce Ca.rgo, Groceries & Proi isiohs to C. Yres- where the old .
Spanish
road is
:tIlt cleanliness of the city ; and we tin-! Grand Jury, for the County of of Charleston, S. JC.I prayingthe sle, Tho. Beclcr.. WI Uavison & the Cap-:. by a small trail running southwardly intersected."
In
something more that advcrti-
t11l be don, fyrsuix-ly cannot beuardiug liscarnbia District of West Florida establishment of an uniforni tain.- the eiercise of the discretion in me vested

"!t'J&JI in against the inva- that several publications have: system of bankruptcy. Referred I Groceries Scbr. Florida& ,Day, ew-Oflcms, Cargo by the said act and for the information of
Provisions to J. C. & C. C.Keyscr .'
n1 cl disease. Nothing is! (or, as weranting appeared, in which the official con- : to the Committee on the Judiciary G. C. Tod, Stone & Nisbet, N. H. the good people of this Territory, I have

:ehu t\"t:1\bcen! ) to secal"Ci duct of the Hon. H. M. Bracken- The bill from the ot,ler House, Allen, G. '% narkl "/'F. Pasquier, and J. thought tion. requiring-proper the to,issue this my Proclama

i whose eJf Pen'i3.colt,, but the cxciticns: ridge, the Judge of the Superio I to extend the time for the settlement B. Seiby. 'r Council 'of the members of the Legislative
Orbe duit is, to compel the Bchr.: St, Antonio, :r-e\\.Orfeans. Territory of Florida,'
?and occupants of lots, to remove Court for this part of the Territory I of private land claims in the Territory cargo Groceries, to the lloig captain on board- to assemble at'the.scite above described '

hluch is liable to become ofiengtnemte as well as one acts of the i of Florida, was real the third I Schr. Admiral, Haskell, Mobile, ballast. on the'day appointed by law for the next

1;;: infection ; and to taker Grand Jury which proceeded the time, as amended in t id Senate, I Sloop Actress, Johnson, Mobile, carp' o _session thereof. J;; ,

b.n. measures for keeping the present, have been arraigned before and PASSED. ; merchandise to C. Pindar and H. ijichelct. \\ .Given under my hand and the t
and for seal of the said
preventing im- Territory at
t&tioq of epidemic disorders. the.public ; they takethis opportunity FRIDAY, FEE IUAUY 6. ; Pensacola,. this 4th day of .

*To d1dful those of us who were witnesses of to declare, that it is theirpositive The Senate xjtreYe engaged the Schr... .Amanda CLEARED Malvina, For, N. York }March in the year of our Lord J

tIrnr.. eftecb of inattention to the opinion and ,sincere con- greater part of to-day in discussing Indian Queen Gibbs, do.. one thousand eight hundred _
J;; po1j} ce and quarantine regulations! viction, that all the proceedings of the bill providing for'lhb building St.Antonio, lioigNewOrleans. and twenty four and of the -
otlt,. In of the
the
1 ,It raelanchoiy summer >f Judge Brackenridge since he has often d of I Florida, Day. Moblile Independence United
; can hirdly be sloops ] war, report 1 States of America the
forty ,
thought necessary Sloop! Actress, Johnson
ttfl presided the bench of West AppalatehicolaTI.VDAU.
OQ this subject ; but whcn we on : which was of1 prepar d in time -_ eighth. s' 1 I I I
th&t, though ordinances for that Plorida, nave been those of an enlightened for this paper. --4CllAltL'ES WILLIAM P. DUVAL. F .

.' !'"" made and published bst and upright magistrate ;; I F B.9. By' the Governor. .

Infringement of(them was Fthtitisfl that they know of no act of his, The Senate reumed the ffasjuat received from lI-I06i/ejler Gco. WAITOS, .,. -

t net tI&ary rations i we for to the mate in his present public capacity, ed business of fl-iday unfinishP, Illoop Actress. .,0 I March S Sec'ry l.tfLAST; Florida. .

ap- which they deem in the least call. the bill the Committee; 'j. P. .Madeira "
PiiJ$3.SOt*, ">< deem it our duty reported by ) :
'- ta- !f'arneitly exhot that, the ing for censure, but on the contrary .on Naval Affairs, authorizing the ,Vidohia, Do. L Wines'Bucelas NOTICE. S : ;

6etic measures should be taken ; and they will more especially, building of an [additional. number Old-Hock* Do.Do. JBlueandwhiteplains f ,AU persons indebted to the'subscriber _, .' a.

Ie BbOU1d 1isting laws. and that new name his patriotic resistance, against of 8lo 0/1 11 of war ]for the naval eer-. are requested to make immediate pay :
Ie made, sufficient t effect the tyranical mode of : "'v ment, as 'no further.indulgence can ,be -
the Sthtes
) b prosecution vice of United ; Mr. Osnaburg, :
etd.laat" ct
-We" much given. After'Wth.
were by filing ex officio informa. ) Bombazctts ", \ Inst. all accounts
t)1 & RUGGLES in the Chai ( '. *
due
me will be left
tascavenger;
cart with a lawyer for collection .
t\ to rein4vc ,beyond the tions, as meriting the highest en ,Mr. BARBOUR mo ved to fill I Domestics, I'I :, .': without exception. .

: i titi,sad.bUry: ;all the 41th comiums. the blank for ihe appropriation, Cords Callicoei. ....,", .. -''.! -' .., P. H.. GEimiSH.Pensacola .", f
th7rtbe: : .5
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:
; ttt "
an .he $trecta or ac'Le They'arc of opinion also that the ,with "250,000 d ollars '(or the: pre- Velvets, .'.};?" ,:* '. '. ,"....'' March 13-tf.: ; -;,* .: ,\ ,_

rwl ry le city I ; a I4 believingIII former Grand ,Jury was composed I sent year,, and S 60t>oo dollars an- Blankets. ,, .- .J"w, ," .-.:-.... ,-,. '- 1A1s.; 0: '-, f-S J. "
tl
4! iSSSoruxe8!cou levied in no ,way for of'men, in the highest rank of respectability nually, for'the'' three mcceedingird 'Steel' -, .'*. .w.t'.' \',,,',,, ,; '-: '" ,.. S :... :*;*.::_, 4 ,'.
? : citizens of Crockery. Ware. ;f'.. : .. Manifests? / o .. ,:
S? we nowand amongst the years' ThisVas agreed to, 'andtbe .... .... ; ",J\-, 'eo
(StV 't ooetsr' this and that their proceedings bill was ordered.to, Gunpowder, ,Bills. 'Lading etc. 'r' > ': '
County ,
CKUUlinH : e engross- London porter, forsan 1vif'o! cash, c.' p .. :., .. _
that n.enMct'I,'I as far as they have come to eG and road a tl,, tim J4ach 8 U; 1 [ For'sale at this-office. '> _/',- "-


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"- : 1 I tors Abercrombie and Masou, were TREASUHY DEPARTMENT, :, l t The Subscriber w ., 'HASIBtL, II

r\C'A among our most distinguisheddivines Fifth Auditor: 'Office, Jan 1824.ffice ...SPROPOS t "
l1azJult .
received 6 .1.
j..4 G.LZETTl. ; 'nevertheless, he considered A .IS ;will be received 'has received, per late ,arrivalsthBfollowing -',l em-furkarirl.ittt'lrna, t'rctnl ::: .. .

FOil Tax p l+XUCOL.L :Dr. Dwight,. president of Yale C until the first GOODS r Ia a,. '
tuApD
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Pregnant Gazette n with name a mot Unknown( throng; to song, College, the most ,learned theologian day ofLight Aprilouse next, for buildirig' a Which lie will. sell 'Low for : Boots and fetatiolare 4 ,

Of goods ami evils, pains and pleasures, -the first logician-:and the -*, and Dwelling House, GASH COTTON.Groceries. .drn which
lIg
"* or thefo.o
Polish'd vices! rustic trt asttres. "-... greatest poet America has, produ- at or near the (entrance of the Harbor mE" MAN'S Spanish dittJo! "t

Now Bellon&'s' thundering car, 'ced. But, sir, (continued Dennie,) of IPenstlola, to bcP lace*_ about 4\J Josse'g. Spanish 1 gratttilu. '

Hurling:iflames of horrid war ; : there are traits in his character tl ree h iiulred yards west of Exercises

Now the Lyre of varied measure, undeserving so great and.: wise a I the For Barancas, of the Thver's French dictionary: _
ofblissandpleasure: .t
Sporting sonjjs )) ffl\
Philips on ;
indigestion;
Columns garnisVd: with disaster man, of the most detestable de i fOllow 1 rcss@.lhC@ : dimensions, Bushels coarse salt ; Las Cases'journal complete.

Gaily pots or!blister pl :stcrs ; :scrip ion. he is the greatest bigot I and c1e I 500 Bushels ground allum do ; ,in sacks; Book of fate, / s

Lawyers Milliners and;, Sailors ,I and dogmatist of the age!', "Sir, The L ; be built of stone or 47 l bls. rye Whiskey ; Cam P an's life Marie Antoinette :

Parsons, Begjguts,, Quacks and Tailors.: (said the Doctor,) you are grossly J hard brick, th.? i arm round. The foundation ,1 ;30 Do. superfine i nilad. flour ; I Olio-songs/anecdotes and epiet i ,j
Nov solemn high di Date, be three 20 Do. Nos. 1 and 2 mackerel '
mistaken I to sunk feet, or as deep as ; Sewell's History of the Quaker ,1
am intimately hcquainitcd ,
Orators reclaim the Stntecjft ; i may be necessary to make the fabric secure i15 Do. mess pork ; BancrofTs lif;Washington, : .
The'n the Poet's w renziedstrain! I with .Dr. Dwight and I know to \ e laid i \ hOod lime mortar. The 15 Do. cider ; Vocal Cabinet, Fife-Preceptor, < "

Ti rlls thro' every trembling vein. to the contrary." "Sir, (says Deu- height of)the tourer to b j thirty fectjfrom, 2a.Do.; molasses ; Flute melodies 1in Preceptor:, ;,jl

Here<< the industrious hand of toil, nie) you are mistaken' ; I have it the surface of the ground. The diameterof 50 Do. potatoes ; Instrumental directory Musical

'Vaves'OU to our genial ;Soil ; from an intimate acquaintance of the ba; e to be eighteen feet, and that of 10 Qr. casks wine assorted ; Abbott shipping, ChiU)' on bil '''rut

Distant'nations hther oine, the top line feet. The thickness of the 15 Bags coffee ; Willitmn'fi afflicted Plan's ; .. .
his whom I confident would companion
Here all people find .hone, ; am walls at t lie bas to be three feet, mho be 5 Do pepper; Solitude sweetened, Octavo Test 'I

Painted warrior: ;here may dance, nr.t tell me an untruth/' "No timfcnnh! graduated to twenty incllcs at 5 Do. alspicc ; Moore's stricture's on female edu y ipaz

v Before the pol'sh'd sons of France ; more slander (!says, the Doctor,) 1 il the top. The top' to be arched, on whichi 15 Kegs manufactured tobacco, ,; Mason's spiritual treasury, ;qC

Strcm,::, ?> from the emerald Isle, am ,Mr. Dwight of whom you i to he 1 Is id a deck of soapstone, eleven 100 Do. crackers Montifiorc's commercial precedents .
,
i\ M<'. t Ainu's classic child ; fee:, in i iamcttr; four inches thick, the 30 Do. butter'; Fessenden's law of.patents,. ost
"And I00 exclaimed
!!:. ,', t-i ?\\' ll'd ;Napoleon's pride, speak ( I joints filled in n'ith lead, on one side of 20. Do. lard ; Jacobson s sea I laws, ,tr

:('.." 1\'m b\ the Spaniards Side ; Dennie,) am Mr. Dennie of whom wliich.to. be a scuttle to enter the lantern 30 Do Dupont's powder Episcopal prayer books, '

;" B.-ll .: ,'stiarlikeson, you spoke !" The astonishment I the scuttl e door! MI iron frame, covered with 40 Bags shot assorted ; Catholic do do

',Bows to the shaiterfWashington.All of Dr. Dwight, may lpe! better conceived I, copper. The outside wall to be well 4 Boxes bar lead ;; Burgh's dignity: of human nature,

unrte. a loci 4: band; than toll 1 ; suffice it to sty, !I: painted, and w iite-washed twice m'er.- 10 Do. mould candles ; Reginald Dalton, a new novel p. ,Js
Arts and arms embrace the land. I rht"rr > to be three windows in 'the tower 5 Do. sperm do;> -/ "

La.t und be.itojirdau.s'Uprs .n-jve; they mutually shook hlI1dand of Uv eKe liffhts, each, of ten by eight 40 Do. soap ; t -TOGETHERVITI1... -. _
Folio
The! grace of virtue', balm \f lo\'l wvre estivinely happy in each glass, in ronamf's, and a door six feet 5 Do. chocolate ; '\ post, paper,

Frt' '" tom,from tier chrystal throne, other's acquaintance.Taking. by three, made double inch boards cross 20 .llc). raisins: ; : Letter paper, gilt and plain!,

Beams efru gcllt. All in one, i nailed, w th substantial hinges, lock, and 5 .Bb'Is'. loaf sugar ; :" Inkstands Foolscap do. assorted. office qualities

Wisdom, science, triith ahull get, : latch; the, door posts, cap, and stool) 5 Do. race and ground ginger i ,quills: tape,
0 From the sheets of the Gazette. Snuff .-Every professed, : to be cf dressed tone at least ten 2. Hhds. copperas ; { Rogers superior pen knives,
Tooth
I' :nivetcrauand iUc.Ul'abhsnuff- I inches: s juare-j-the ground floor to bepaved 10, Crates crockery ; f; Superior brushes Windsor, common scissor*.,

Foil! THE ])X'"iHCO LA,.G tZYo'TT.. taker, at a moderate computation, I with, brick or stone-a sufficient 10 Chests teas assorted; : Gentlemen's soap&c., &c.
I number c f circa,lar stairs to lead from the 5 Hhds. stone jars gloves,
Oh say, shall the soul tain with sorrow takes one pinch in ten minutes, j' ;
itsunderIn ground M odr to l within six feet of the lantern : -ALSOALMANACS- [

Fr.emta'a'p or Love find a balm .for :ts Every pinch, with the agreeable con ected bY a centre post, guarded Hardware. t,
of blowing and wipingthe hand with floors .
wo: s ceremony by a good? railing good : roxDecember

I) No t'I' !.Rlt ful"lig's red lash, preceeding nose, and ot ler incidental cir- on the jo: st of each story. From the top) 25 Kegs nails and spikes ; i .Q.J1l. 3Al. !
of stairs the of the scuttle Sc,
the
to
entrance
Y V'i thunder, minute and 2 '
t cumsi.nces, consume! u Tons iron ; 1 cask trace chains ; : YJ:
ft Iccr. i 'JJS)..t half so fickle' ," so transient i half. One minute awl a half out I to be an ron ladder I with steps two inches 2 Do. castings : 't 6, 1823-1.

d iIOSC. of every ten, allowing/ sixteen square.On the top .of the tower to be in iron 500(1 Box Cwt. mill steel saws; ; ;!;, Fifty Hollars' n. el v a 1 d. | HI

hours to a snuff-uking day a- lanteVn f the form the to U,
Can the mirth-crown'd chalicewitli c ojctagon posts 1 Do. cross-cut do ; i i rj ANA WAY from the

Wi'll' ovcrfiowing, mounts to two saud twenty- I be one and an half inches square, to rundown 100 })oz. files assorted ; Jtft scriber on the 29th d K'

I Relieve the lane hea.it from its anjuish I"otll'millutcii out of every natural into the tone or brick work five 100 Do. knives and forks ; ? cember last, a negro girl: naa J de

and care day day of ten.- feet, and secured with anchors. The S) Do. pocket do ; j 'to
or one out every
Ah! the solace it r. nde'J is: not' worth I height and diameter of the lantern to be ,\'ith. a great variety of HAHljWAllEonsisting AGATi.
One durout of every. ten amounts sufficient to admit an iron sash in each oc 'an
hi stowing, 1 of nob dead
: stock, closet, desk,
When lost its effects, we are. left to to thirty-six: days and a half in I tugon, tc contain, eighteen lights! eleven 1 fill, trunk and pad locks ; rtzora: scissors well. known in the c't'ofOrJtuu.s Fn ch
Hence if by tune lass J the lower tier to be filled ; i been long I employ
despair. every year. we supposethe j; s;spigots; hammers;draw-kniVes; shovels 3ntl1 ha"kng > ID'
with co per, ti e rabbits of the sashes to : boxes in selling Having never heretofml
practice be persisted in forty l spades: frying p.U1S' wagon &c. &c. St
be ihree of inch and \ been absent from her it is
an deep, duty,
Though cncompassM by wealth-with entire of the nuf1'tHkcr' quarters 2 Boxes cotton and wool cards sup 1
years, two years !i" glazed' the est'ctotible glass, from the ; from certain indications that shcarried } hatb
honours surrounded( > wjth( 1 Do. combs 1 ; 1 do. fowling pieces, : ",
Thoug-a gifted with: aitlucnce, splendour life will be dedicated to I Boston i goofs tort'. In one of the octagons Doz hats ; off'by a white I ma.nV h 0 I hvcd W'

1 and power ; < tickling his nose, and two more to to be an iron framed door, covered 520; Pair men's shoes and brogans; her, and who sails between New-Ot1i fo

s When the heart's ill at case, such joys are blowing with cop per, fo r feet by tvo, to shut tight 5 Do/, sieves and Mobile, with whom she has.prcb&j q t

1 unfounded, into the rabb'ts, with two strong turned 30 Coils cordage; gone to the J latter place.I Sne teas a

\ They perii.li: they fiulc like a forst- buttons.sixteen. The p of the dome formed by 20 Do. bale ; at the time of her going off in 'a go'fa i

stricken flower, ANECDOTE. the passengers i on rJ'ters' concentrating in an 40 Kegs white rope lead; India cottonade, she has a scar upoiij (C

J of a stage were about to dineat iron hcoii> four I in- 10 Do. t'eral fir ease; ; .. forehead, is of a middling height, 's. bI

liut if the bright Ar.gcl, .the oliveextending' the stage house, one, of the \I ches! in diameter, covered with I copper, 2 Casks I lamp oil :i speaks French and English, though t4
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thirty ou ices to the square foot, which is 2 paint do ; some hesitation when particularly) q Jtioned. .'"

(That emblem! of'peace,) should: descend: f gusts lookup the pepper-box-I\to cri.rtc t own and rivet'on the piece that .4? Do. spirits turpentine; The above reward}villgweuv. Wi"l' -

from above ; from a ,castor, and oleos sifted it i f forms til 1 top of the sash, which is to be f Do. lamp black ; person whawill bringback teAl '

I From sorrow ''ami care the I lone bosom l over a fine l piece of roasted beef.A ;- I t'rldhet: :: "'!4}('. ,On the dome to 'be a J7.VO;, to. ?A'LACOUTURE,'
traversin *ventilator, two & a half fl"etJong No. 215 Royal St. N. Orleans
defending, ': French gentleman observing it. 10 Packages DRY GOODS" ; W
!! anti fiflt inches diameter, on which is ; February 2-8t
en
soul with
Twouldtlie friendship,
warm deliberately look his Slu.1 f box, from And a large assortment of FAMILY: MEDICINES ,
the heart iue.lt to love. I to he sepurcd copper vane, three feet 1"D rruf! ff.JJJ '
his pocket, and besprinkled its of the first quality. o I '
JUYEXIS, 'long and ajl inches wide; around the !l. .IJ
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contents likewise 0\ e," toe same lantern to be iron railing, the posts of H.Mlen "In the -
BibleSocietydistinction '
we see
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From the Washington Jlepubtican. piece of beef vv.v, said the firstparty I which t be one and a quarter inches Feb. 2-tf. by names isis I &=T; tat
r .
BALLS ANI BULLETS.: what lo mcua?' 'Whysar square; t he upper I one to be four feet from Flour
you and wood work of altV.llISkeJ" one happy; co t i federalYone benevolent ]
In aid of Greeks, let our belle and beaux the tell L Tlie: jantern .
I love lie
dance' suppose sar, you pepper the tow;Ir 10 be )aihtd twice over with design, one grand objto tic

'l "Let mirth; and sweet music resouau ; I sar, love de si nf'.' The white lid, exce )t the dome, which is to be &C. i; send the word of God to ee< fl1

thru' our halls! ; t.bln'.e thrown into a roar, I per latest arrivals, family and nation witho seetar. "P}
But the Turk and arrest hisadvance and willingly consented to comnule. The light hoi "e to lu\e one completeblack. RECEIVED Itl.1J.
to frighten ; aJ by comment or any private inteitatijn. rp;a
clectiic! 1 made of three
; coUor! copper,
their roasted beef fur the to
Lead billets would suit: them, far ; quartt 01' ai: n'-ii in dianctcr, with a Stone $ F. H. Nisbet.r _

better ';iilian! )I.LL3r amusement the niannei of Us loss point.A ( ) Barrels whiskey ; THE easlgled: has justreceived! SC.'

--- ', ....r.W.Wr.raww..sr occasioned. we 1 tooe ur.k sufficiently: ; .deep .to 12S I Do. sup. i Richmond<< flour; institution! through theiragel! is
.. __.. ... n itev.u ..i at. .'tt. nonald3on,a box of Bibles
\ c\: '\ '" --- T *1 % .%--- procurs gfJt'r, :it u convenient ins 6 Hhds. first quality sugar,;
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.... .caI'.j. __ _..,J. [.a' u. Lance fl' m the ;Lr.'ht-I; ose, to be stoned 10 Bags coffee ; New :Testaments, in the English, Frail r ,tcU

From the" .1.Sfiirli of Pennsylvania. Foreclosure of Mortgage.Afr. rJr bric cd, aa.;, Kris: ed with a curb 50 Sacks Liverpool bgroundsalt ; and Spanish languages, designed for tit]

ORIGINAL ANECDOTK. John Inncraritit, attbt ncy in wimlas: md ai'' iron cin: with strung 300 Do. course salt ; use o.t" West Florida-they are for sakij Itr

fact of the heirs of Vincrntc OrdossroHte lrcn h : ped bt1C'kct.' 10 Kegs manufactured tobacco ; the simple price of cost and charge
Some few yejirs since as Dr. t The d\'f.ill'! hoaltc to be of stone or 25 Do. lard '. to those who find themselves unable l] bi
deceased Marcos 7Vo ;
Dwight W ;.S travelling through ; brick; t irtv-I: i\l' feet btwenty, one story, 30 Do. butter first quart ; purchase, and "el..deslre to possess tb g 1

l New-Jersey, he chanced slop at and all others cor.ccrncd. you will lf c;gh felt : i Jw 3 I,, divided into two rooms, 20 Ubls. pork ; sacred volume: the will be bestowed- j

houl in of its fi lease to ith an cntr\'l It H"enUe stairs to be iiithe 10 I'0; mackerel ; application at the subscriber office.W. i
tin
ont :
stage populous Take j! N oti CHI )', to; go 1:1\') the (clumbers ; which 20 Boxes soap ; \ DAV1SON.Feb. :0
for the ht. At c.
towns n: a -
; i 1",, cliimneof .p.
R arts to lat'ea! m.l ;.II:I tcn i-a \ 20 Haskets sweet,oil ; \ 2_fr. -
late hour of the suv.ie, arri\ed also; :77V.IAT I have this day filed in the hear lh r..id.lI the house, with! a lire 5 Qr. casks Muhgu I wine '\ a,

'at tine inn, Mr. Denuic ; who had a clerk's cilice of the Superior Courtof place il,1 n imiru'i or tone pieces, LoafS.ugar ; Pepper; })jmedtf) ; Salt Cantonment, Clinch 8',

the misfortune to learn from thelandlord West: rioriila, a petition with a note ceUal' lie wSiole of the house, with tre ; Copperas ; Molasses ; (;inger; Boxtec. ., 183*. ti
and mortgage .. xccuted to me by order sumc: It calls f stone, laid in !tml' mor- es 1.tsin:; February, 15th
w that his heels were all WILL receive 20li d
of the Spanish 'I'rihunal, as executor of ti r--t'2 w.dts 0 the house to be -twentyup 0I11.S0 I proposals till the

paired with, lodgers, exccpj: one Marcos: it'era deceased by John Inncrari- :inches !::c laid in line mortar. The 50 Pieces! cotton bagging- ; March ensuing, to furnish tne ,troop tlMr;

.. occupied by the celebrated Dr. ty attorney in tact of Viuceiite Onlosgoitte, roof to a rectanigtlar, the boards of which 20 Coils balcl'ope. of'\the United States Army, that are .

t. Dwight. Show me to his apartment : o'n the fifteenth of May, eighteen hundred I i to h..1( ::tt.,1 an gal reel, and well secured 3 TOILS Swedes iron German steel may be stationed, at or within the viC 1 tl SI
andi
t; exclaimed Dennie ;, although I and twenty, to secure the payment of the ,t -and co cri-d with good merchantable shingles 10 DoS.. Carolina loes'l'e; saco1a, Cantonment Clinch, f
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Cola (
sum of six hundreti :and,sixty dollars', upon i -t U'Cin. ,)W.; in each room, of sixteen :>. Ugh spades and shovel ; or within the vicinity of Fort, San
rd. I am a stranger to the 1' ve.'cl1d de Iaraincas with fresh beef from the lit '
,
a house and lot in Intt-mlcricia strl'CIn : litfhtb ot dgit! by tell'1 glass etCh, a done 30 Kegs nails assorted
.! '. t f'pctor, perhaps I fun bargain with the! city of Pensacola, known ns lot No. of he same tlr l "r4eiis l ons+ in each ciiani- Plough Moulds, Trace Chains; *' Iron. Castings April! next till the 31st March 1825 in iit

mm for my lodgings. The land- 272, situated between the lot of ln. Ma- ber. The doers to be four puincied! with i Cotton Cards Sac- clusive.The .
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lord accordingly waited on Mr. nuel Garcia and Anna Al'Voy ; returnable good hrngvs I ili! f ttiuinb latches to each, .A D. { beef will be required to be i ivercd deli'each D

Dennie to The Doctor's room andthere to,the May Tcr.n of said court, praying tour.acl A considerableassortment of to the troops in two days in
l' It
f.rl judgement forlhe debt aforesaid and Closets in each room' back of the chimney tJlnt'8ticuml other Dry Coods. week (the days to be desg1 i )is 1
i. Y left him introduce himself. ,
: ; to costs, and a judgment barring and fore -all t(Il.' floors to be double, and well Suited the season. Jan, 26-tf. quantity as shall be requisite for d 1
y' The Doctor, although in his nightgown closing the equity of redemption in the | na.ccl( --the iiibiUe i walls ceilings to be ___ rations on each day. And deem itntfe1sary R

cap, and slippers, and just 1 heirs, or legal pl't'tenblh'cli; of the said lulhcvl nd plastered, and the i1 :sde work t \ ."B'\\ GOD S to apprise those'w ho may choose10 thattlw d

ready to resign himself to the refreshing i Vincente OrdoAo; !tte, and all claiming for t to be ti lished! in a plain decent! sty l le, and offer to contract'forthc, supply, ,best "
be will be
required tobe' of the
\ of Somnus I or under with g( od!sca.;cnieil timber. Also, a l porchtenatUchjedto JUST RECEIVED ,
arms politely them.Juan kite hotme which the market can afford, and paw' c
or th.dwelling ,
requested ,the strange intruder to Malagosa, fotirteewalls 11 by twelve; feet in the clear-the PEtl ,t.;Cf(iR. -JUGO !lar attention must be had to the butrba: ,,1

be seated The Doctor, struck IJy his attV JOS. M. WHITE. oi stone or brick, eight feet high- From Philadelphia ing thereof as a rigid inspection oialways it' t
Pensacola, lec.,27,1823--4mo. be
made.
t with the literary physiognomy ofhis the rom to be is hell and plastered, with *I

companion unbent his austere Foreclosure of Alort{;age.Mr. doubleltloo1'lC)'1 tw i windows;, and one door Sixteen Packages their Persons proposals offering in writing to contract, seal iU andd t. 1V
sizeable
and
-a :hi'mney, wit It a fire: place .
brow, and commenced a literary Alexander Love, attorney in oven with' an iron door-crane, trammels, li2)m 1fl (ID''. .) reeled, tome, stating the rate Aet'Poff' 1

conversation. The names of fact of Elizabeth Drinson, Jam 8 and h |oks, in the! fire place, in the porchor "= 9 in a single bid, for which they will furm i5h, ;J

Washington, Franklin,. Rittcn- Dean, and all others concerned kit hen-on 1 side of the chimney a Suited t q Itne, ca sn. and they shall be informed of,the acsep 18!

house, and a host of literary and :-You will /ifease to sink w 4 th a spout leading through the stone and Duffield Blankets, Plains, tam from e of their proposals, either-to by me,*
wall. All the wood work, inside and oat, POINT or on p onaapphcatlon
characters for an.t Cloths Domestic
some common ,
distinguished 3lfl
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.,0th
Cantonment Clinch the
Take Notice on
be wit two coats of old
to i paint
I. painted ) ; Brown and bleached \
time gave a zest and interest tothrir s.andStripes, the day above mentioned.A. .
gutte* to lead round the house, with '
conversaton, until Dr. Dwight 1 SrpIIAT 1 have this day filed in the clerk's spouts to carry off the water-an outhouse Shirtings: sheetings, L:1mh001" half w. 1 HOI IO ; Lt
lose &C &c.
,,
chanced to mention Dennie."Dcnnie .- i il I office of the Superior Court of the ofston e or brick live feet by four, the roof 25 boxes Madeira Wine \ Ass't Com'y tulrittence.
.
the' editor of the PortFoHosa"s I District of West Florida, a petition and shingh Id and pai uted. '12 And old \ NOTE-No proposals will be received**
in More
exhibits the foreclosure of mortgage previouse>
praying
a
Doctor in The whole to be! completed in a workmanlike '
the a rhapsody executed to me on the sixteenth'of !I manner by the first by of October 30 ps.first quality cotton bagging! the oIi limited. Feb. 23,.
) i" the Addison of the United : 1821 Alexander 20 do. do
June, by Love, to ne\t. I Kentucky RAN AWAY from the sub$
States-the father of American secure the payment of a sum of money Separate: proposals will be received for 30 coils bale rope. ber in Pensaco1a, sometime *

belles lettres. But sir, continuedhe doe to me originally by Elizabeth Bnn- fitting up the said ligh-house, within one Whiskey,. Pork, Sugar, Coffee'&c. &c, for July last, a negro woman ca Rcv

is it not astonishing that a son, upon a tract of eight hundred arpens month after it sl|all be built, with patent sale by 1 ; Betty 01etseJ",
oFland, with a saw mill and the ap- lamps null effectors, ten butts for keepingthe F. H. Nisbet'
of such lull
and
s man a genius, fancy, i round ,
purtcnlOces.and improvements thereon, oil and all the necessary apparatus, in Nor. 8, 1823-tf 7"' short and chuhkey,

I J feeling, should, abandon ,himself to : situated in I'scambia county, on the waters the same r manner as the light-houses of the ,: ._ face,heavy sunken eyes; oil ,J.JI .

the inebYiajing bowL, ,Sc, badcha na- of the Perdido, and known by the ,Upiteq States have been fitted up by Mr. ." 'I U'" l.C brown black colour, about,25 yi'\fS lap'
revels ?" .4Sir said : name of Love's Mill-and one half of lot Lewis! her not recollected If deliv
lian ( Dennie) "'in i -tb'c whole to be approved : firm Nicholas & cloatbing : h'
No.6, in the city of Pensacola returnable Tunstall was pe>S2CO .' .
: : be
I are mistaken I hate been intimately by 11w superintendent. Payment to othe
you to the Term of said 1824 at head
acquainted with Dennie May court made the work shall be completedandappro'ed. of' C. 182'm "
which I shall counsel said Al +,
by move .
my j i March 1-t April 1. March'
for se"era.1'cars, and Inev"erknewor : court for a judgment for the amount of w 111g'1e I ,'taken In Pensacola ado11 1, .

saw him} intoxicated." "Sir said: debt and costs, and, a judgment bar TUW l\BCi\l El.\', terested.Robert in Mitchell, and responsible'M for ot"PensacoIf both firms. within: .Florida twenty- dollars,and: 'if,

( the Dr.) you err, I have my in'for.nation ring and foreclosing the equity( of rede" :ff- and Esq.' P. disond'that,,(fiftv,doJ:1lS.I.ha no_. )
says ILL pro ptJy accurately execute la, IS fully to adjust and
tion of aid cmpoRere VIll
Love and all claiming under :
is harboured
but she by some u
from particular friend ; which be n.7'
a ; vriting
him. any may corn- charge all claims within /Fcst ,Florida: against canonn -,
that I and mitte to him he will also' draw 'deeds, the firms above-named ,forinformationton which I :
I am confident am ,right, December 15tb, 1825.Thpmas'Engljsh. ; : or.against black xvh'itd for barbou. r:
bills sale &c in the : person, or ,
Dennie now ingeniously Q- most appwpriate C. Nicholas individually, and to account s .-
are wrong hundred'dolla"S. ,
'ceone
i.wiU
you forms, and on't e most reasonable terms ; and receipt for him, in all,his< ,various relay t.
\ changed the conversation By his atty,JOS.'M.WHITE. and licits the orders of his" friends.W. lions at Pens&cola- '. :. Geo. .,.BO'J, ;

H \ to the clergyf remarking that Doc Dec. 204m. /* I I :UAS F.LL HUNT. I October 25, 1823--51 Oct.,25th,1823. ;;} \

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