Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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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 20, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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I West Florid >. Advertiser.Vol. ,



=- I. SATURDAY, MJARGH: } 20?, ,.824. No 2. '

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-- published every Saturday e NAVAL PEACE ESPfABLISHiMENT. reference to the policy c f promoting sent use, but to enable us in the to co-operate with those of another P

W. .\S L HUNT, the growth 9 f the navy, or any most rapid, cheap, and efficient nation. In such cases, rank
.BY- PROPRIETOR. 'of,those considerations which arise' manner, to pass into a state of war, must be respected. Our officers,
bhherofthe EDITOR AD Laws of the United States REPORT OF THE SECRETARY from changes in our relations with and employ all our vessels in active''for want oi it, may always be su .

and of the Territory Florida. OF THE NAVY. other powers, or! the of service. By comparing the first bordinate; our fleets, no matter
SabscriptionoFi dollars a year in ad- NAVY DEPARTMENT, such a disposit prot'priety naval cc second sections,it will be perceiv what their. power, be subject to the I
*Jue Advertisements not exceeding aJje January 24, 1824 force as shall ,'enable s to pass ed that the officers of. the highest orders of others,though command
first insertion One Dollar-eachSequent with least injury from c attitude grades, requiring the skill inferior. force
insertion Fifty:Cents. Larger SIR i In compliance with the resolution greatest ingia very and our
,. of the House of Representatives of peace to that of war; and giveto and experience, which are pro- reputation be thus placed where it
in proportion
oatI. r 1..1i of the 15th December last, our o.fficers.tije skill and ,experi- posed to be retained, will be com- might not altars be safe. History -
.. i i "that the President of the United once which will fit them to defend petent to the command of all the furnishes some .valuable illus-
UrtesW requested to cofhmum- and Protect the ,honor and interests vessels; and that by the promotion trations on this point. One additional .

rate a plan for a Peace Establish- of the nation. ( In re-jorganizing of some of the most skilful, from but inferior grade that ak

Them of the Navy of the United I the navy, considerations 1 cannot the inferior grades' and introduc of sub-lieutenant, is also proposed ; i';
States,"- I have the'honor to present I be overlooked. A d it is hen ing as many :as may be necessary, it is meant to provide increased.
for your consideration a plan :I Heved that there is enough' in the into the lowest, where skill is least rank and pay for passed mid hip-
for re-organizing the naval estab i I state of the w orld, and our own needful the whole will be organized men, who have distinguished t .

lishment. It is designed merely as I i situation, to prevent us 'from being with facility. But in order to themselves by zeal and activity,

Authority. the project of a bill, to exhibit the unmindful oft 'em at this' time.It .- fit the officers of the inferior gradesfor in discharging their duties, and

i[:PUBLIC ACT.] principles which are deemed beneficial seems to be lour du'ty to keep promotion, it is indispensablethat qualifying themselves fur Pr'on.o_ ;
in their application to the such a force in commission, as the force before mentioned be tion, and for whom there may be
SOLUTION m relation tom service without the will protect al our scattered interests kept in commission, and the officers no vacancies in the rank of lieuteiant -
to'the to
Revisit of the Marquis De Lafayette ; regard
United States. words or form of the law, shouldone secure the resPect of other named in the first section be /. .
The Marquis de Lafayette having be founded upon it; and is accomPanied powers, and jjive active service employed as constantly as. circumstances The epel1s'e of the proposed
expressed his intention to re- by a variety of tables sufficient to qualify as many officers will permit. With the ncrease of ranks, compared with

rim this country- I and estimates, calculated to explain as will be required tp com vessels now in commission, this its .advantages. is trivial ; public r
Rr.olvrd, by the Senate and I and illustrate its operation.In mand and managed the whole of object cannot be accomplished. A expenditure is always to be mea

House' of Refireentat'ruc8 of the. fixing the naval establish- our vessels, wjhen necessity shall great portion of the science of the sured by the public advantage resulting ,
United States of America in Congress ment, the first objects of atU'ii ion call for their use.' ,Long and active naval commanders can be acquired from it ; and if six or seven ,
atsembled. Thai the President are, the number and size of the employment are essential togive only on the ocean, and by years of hundred officers can be excited to

be requested to communicateto vessels which are to be built both navil skill and ;'I experience ; labor and discipline. It is in vain useful exertion ; discipline and t1 .

him the assurances of grateful for peace and war. By them the and, without them, our vessels arc to hope for a triumphant defenceof efficiency increased ; causes of t ,

ind a.Tectionate attachment stillcherished number and grade of the officers, insecure, and our character. as a our national*interests ar.d character irritat'on with other nations, and
for him by the Government and the number and size of the navy nation, in danger of being de ra- there, without we thoroughlytrain of mortification to ourselves, diminished ,I.

and People of the United yards, stations, and 'depots, must ded. It \vei4 better. have no educate, and discipline, ; such an expenditurewill r
States : be regulated. Considerations peculiar ships, than to have them filled with those who have to fight our bat- be found to be true economy.

And be further resolved, That to each of these naturally incompetent and' unskillful officers. tles. To ensure such a defence, Besides in examining this, in con

a whenever the President shall be informed come into view, but the whole must The following is the least force beyond hazaid, it is confidently nexion with. other parts of the proposed -- t

s s of the time when the Marquis have relation to the first. object. which it would, be safe to provide believed, that he nation will cheerfully organization, it will he seen, ,
t may be ready to embark that The management and discipline of for, and keep in coin mssioii, and meet the requisite expense.-1 that, alth ugh there be 'a small increase p

i a National Ship, with suitable accommodations the service must be governed by a servic! : In tlC Mediteractive -. Connected with this point, it is not of expense on one point, .

.. be, employed, toi code of rules and regulations, a- ranean, one t ship of the line, one improper to suggest, that the carl yet, by adopting the whole, the expense t
i bring him to the United States. dapted to the character of the es- frigate, one sloop of war, and one education of most of our officer t of the naval l establishment ill,
1 H. CLAY, tablishment. Such a code must schooner : 1 the All.. hire, inclu 1- is very unequal to the character will be diminished.The .

JpesJcerof r the House of Representatives -be prepared should this or any other ing our 1)1) :!'Md.jc West Indies they have subsequently: to sustain, temporary rank of captain t
! DANIEL D. TOMPKINS, project be carried into execution the G f of ( ,.and. the and that an effectual remedy can commanding a squadron in chief,
Vice President of the United States and ; but, as it_ must be founded uPon coast- oi" :Ainca, one snip J> oi tieone "line, he found only in the establishment is authorized for cuses of necessity, land

Washington, February President:,4th of the 1824 Seriate.. the law, and' be c nsisten: with frigate, four sloops of war, and lif a naval school. as adistinguished reward for ; '

Approved. its principles, it cannot be prepareduntil four schooners ; In thip' Pacific, one We have no rank above that of .merit.temporary. The persons t ,
JAMES I MONROE .after the law has been passed. frigate, two sloops of{war, and one CaPta in. The proposed organization I attached to the flag officers arc -

t --- To determine the number and graue schooner; For occasional services, gives three higher grades. f It useful, but.to be employed only onitartiriilar
"P'oBPEC'rUB.At of officers of which the establi d h- in which the vessels on those stayc jt ia.nnt.cnfipnsvcl pnnv.r.tpiuwael. occasion.. ,
ment ought to consist, it is necessary tions cannot be em pi > \j.; one fri- with minuteness in this report, the It will be,:; perceived, that the i
this time whenjthe; great political first, to ascertain the proper gate, and one sloop of w.ar--in whole argument' in favor of this design in rating the vessels to
parties,' which a few 'ears number and importance of navy the whole! two ships of the line: incrca, as if it were a new ques arrange compensation n of the .

1 rince divided. our country haven yards and stations, and the number four frigates, eight sloops) { of war, tion.It has been frequently presented officers by their responsibility, and
,become. so mingled that the distinctions and class of the vessels which the and six schooners. ,.Iany.of these! to the public consideration. s.hew' the proper complement for

. of party names are no situation of the requiresto vessels will he on distant stations, The experience of all nations, botn each class.
country :
known, the it I
longer that be kept in commission and in in going to and returning from I in land and naval forces, has l led The leading principle in that
3 scarcely necessary to say and he active service; and, secondly, how which, much time must be consumed .to the same result! in relation to it. part of the proposed organization -
:. attached to bound
is no party
i many ought! to be kepi in readinessfor ; and all will) require frequent Xo one has ever been able to com which relates to pay, is to appor-
to no man or set of men ; and at
t a stale of war. The former vi 11' repairs, refitting, and exchange mand her armies or her fleets by tion it to the amount and importance '
time himself
the that
same prescribe the limit below whichwe of crews. Other vessels Captains. And our experiencedoes of the service performed,that,
the Pensacola Gazette while it
t ,
tI cannot descend without a disregard must, therefore, be ;.kept in com- not justify us in believing, he whose responsibility is'greatest-
remains in his hands, shall always -
of the public interest. The mission to relieve (them, and a th'at our success in such an experiment and who is engaged in the m>.sf
) be conducted
independently on latter will exhibit a point above force, equal to about one-fifth of will be lar:ater. Rank is ne- active duties, should! receive the
genuine republican principles.It which we need not rise. The for- the whole amount, ],vill ,be necessary cessaiv 7 to enforce discipline the Highest compensation. Hence,
will be the constant endeavor
is and for this purpose. orders of three rates are proposed: 1.
ot the subscriber, to render his mer indispensable; prudence ; a superior are always moi e >general
pa- policy demand that we provide fur It is then respectfi llv submitted. readily obeyed than those of an For those in active service. 2. For
int\ to !his
as resting .
per patronsand the latter.It that the numbci' omen officers and equal in grade. Rank is equallynecessary those who hold themselves in rea
useful the as
as to public
pos- is'believed that the naval sta- required foi the navy yards to ensure the science diness for active service ; or are engaged -
sible of such
btQe selection articles -
of fyoth and tions at Erie and Whitehall are and stations on the Atlantic board, re-quired, to command an extensive in merchant vessels, acquiring /
t domestic news, forign not useful now, and that no course and for the vessels! before mentioned fdrce, which differs from, and is of that knowledge of seamanship, J
of ands
as are importance
of events can hereafter render them is, with proper allowan a1 much higher character than that which will! enable them most skl-'
e mercial ofsuchvssayson com-, necessary to the public d fence.- for sickness and casua'ties, the tfhich is competent to the command full>'.to perform their duties. 3. For'
agricultural and 1 I
politicalsubjects I
r Two only of the vessels sat Sack- : lowest for which 'provision can of a sjngle vessel, the desire, those on furlough for definite or
t useful in-
I fnr%u.ttion or may give convey rise to salutury ett's Harbor are worthy of preservation I: safely be made in the contemplated ajso, to reach the higher rank., indefinite periods, and who are not -
t and they can be protected I organization of the naval estab will create strenuous exertion t.. employed in.merchant ves -cls. "
. itttisugation.Ewer by a few men. The two former of lishment. It is for his, with other 'acquire the information which is To the first class, in some cases,
in expressing and
. r-irty to pronipi eft-mi: the opinions he these stations may thea-el",pre be reasons, hereafter mentioned, that suited to it, and operate extensively the same, and, in, others, higherpay _
., his abandoned as soon as the public the project submitted! in the first: on the general character of the is given, than is now allowed.!
1 in*\ opt on1 I auyifojrct$ : co-
a I hn-.s: ': ...7.II :\hJ:1l': I open to calm, property at them' can be disposed section mentions this number as whole corps. If you would induce The advance is believed to he
.to Ct"'. >-. ,o')jite, ami Q.uicuti .M.S, as veil of those wlio: be maintained on a very reduced the United States siall; be premitted for any .service, you must presentto that pay was, esU"asled, the
j scale at an expense of about $2,000. to retain. : them the certainty of having increased responsibility arisen 5
3 do not, -as of 'thos*! who do agree I .
t with ai.i.Attd while he so1.clts'! the The three stations now cost annually When the vessels now authorized that service to perform; and that from the changes in our vissrK,-

torresponJen<.*e of his friends on about $27,000. by law to be built are completed their duty and honor will equally and the inducement which it offers
i matters t.jncc' taste and literature When! proper depots shall be selected there will be (I esides those on I demand that they preform it well. to: be constantly in service.To .

as well 45 on topics of public and established, several of the lakes) 12 ships of the line, 12 It is no reproach to them to say, the second class, an average
9 interest, he hopes that no othercommunications the existing yards and stations on frigates of the 1'stlclass, 3 frigates i that very few now are, and with of about two-thirds of the pay of
. will be nflVrcd, as the Atlantic board may be either of the second clas, 3 steam batteries -i our present system, very few ever tho first is given. To the third,
:' should consider it his duty to altogether abandoned, or the ex- one other post ship, 6 '; will be, fitted to command our about one third of the fust. This
'ject them without hesitation. pense of them'greatly curtailed, by schooners, Includtng I. the Spark, fleets successfully) against a powerful proportion Is considered equitable -
N maintaining: a few officers and men and 15 sloops war, should Congress and skilful adversary; and, it is and just ; and tlteeffectanticP ated,
: W. Basel! Hunt. ,to minister to the wants of vessels order ten more to be built.- earnestly to he hoped, that :such from it is, desire for sea-service,

, D 20lh 1824.CNDrrlN which necessity shall compel to These, when in commission, together -' an arrangement will be adopted as in all officers of all grades; a desire
csatolatf February visit them, either for provisions or with the I shore stations, to furnish all grades with such,. op- leading, in its necessary results, to.
repairs. But, as ,there are vesselson will require the number of :officers' portunites for improvement, 8c such skill, faithfulness, and ability.

-.. The Pcxtacola Gazette and ff est Florida the stocks at six of these yards, mentioned in the/ {second section, excitements to exertion as will Prevent Under th(. system now iu existence
; .towrtwer will be published once a weekttrive none of them can, at this time, be and which is therefore taken as our future experience, on this it is almost always the pecuniary .-
c6lg Dollar advance.per Annum, payable invain abolished; but the expense of them the largest which it is at this time point, from being calamitous. : The interest of an officer to obtain leave

-' Advertisements not exceeding a square, may be somewhat diminished.. necessary to authprize._ The vessels increase of rank will' also obviatesome of absence or a station on shore.-
J or the usual size, will .be inserted at the Their number and situation are having been udt; and being!. causes of irritation, in the intercourse Under the one now submitted, it
rate of One Dollar for the fir,t. and Fifty well known, and their annual cost designed for our protection from of our officers withthoseof will be his interest to be actively
Cents for every subsequent insertion; longs may be seen by paper D, annexed foreign aggression we must train other nations he least powerfulof employed upon the proper elementof
o ones "ln proportion. Merchant, and to tHe bill.* In the report from this officers to command' and ',managethem. whom have higher grades thanwe the seamen : but, as he cannot

s Ji !a.dvel'tisig.deduction by made the from year,the will amount have a Department at the commence It is worse' than tl.seless'to have, and they universally.claim, always be there, the second, or
0' a.rthe elf 01'.1" ment of the Session, the force is have vessels which cannot be employed honor and precedence according to reduced pay, is placed at such. an

, >t til'lu'1e. Pottage,! is earnestly solicited mentioned which it was, proposedto for the want, of officers, and rank; this must either be yielded, amount ,as to enable him, when on
c OOrnplop tht al1 who subscribe will keen, In commission during the great folly to entrust them/to those or intercourse with_ them suspcn- shore to live respectably and comfortably
J ad",n". ewith the cQndstson of paying> in present year and a hope expressed whose ignorance Inexperience ded. To the first, the individualand as an officer'of the public

.: tia1, (thereby prove themselves that it might be found sufficient to will endanger heir safety., The national pride of our seamen ought. It is also proposed a lit ,
Eseti6e the protection and de hazardous ,not to assent tle to the according to' .....
t 4t"" "to the, rfdian, not with. accomplish experiment woul be alike cannot and ought ;. vary pay
1: .m, hetie. lWne; will! be considered fence.of bur commercial and other and prodiga An effort has,!ramd the latter is productive of uh? the rate of the vessel and the amount -
,:',' ected 5'to Irtceive the Gazette,' and interests. That force, however, therefore,'been rr ade,in the Pro p yp.' -friendly! feelings. This inconveni- of the force, because. 'the JaI .l

( Cec uetnen to.comply 1'm unn with the conditions. %as' calculated for a state of the sed,.organization so- to arrange the: enc i will _be. greatly augmented. or and responsibility., of the.officer
,< .1. I ; tions' and looked 'only to the in. not only .to ma agea in. the .bes\: severely, from this cause, The_ 'proposed compensation to .

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low as a regard to the expenses of nature and .length of the voyage ; to the navy is in active employment gress is to be ) :
their stations, the skill .they ought and guard against ignorance1 and and receiving full pay, at .the- cuss the'affairs. ,:'
I to possess, and the weight of responsibility extravagance in that depatt 1 nt.I highest rate ; a state .. of thingswhich It, is said that" *+
; which must' rest upon I This object,.,may;be accomplished is scarcely possible. and altogether well disposed to ,
; them, will permit ; and it will be under the, provisions of th&J; >ill. beyo id'a rational calculation dependence of ': .
r- found, upon examination be The compensation for recruitingis even in a) state of active war- in consideration II nd-
much inferior to the payor the estimated' by the liabilities and fare. A largp number officers of a pretty large re.
same grades of officers in any other I I expenseattending it, and is calculated must, at all tinesbe out of actijre to Spain, to
service, and less than one half the ,I to save about S2,000 per service, and receiving, r either reduced I cessit Y of King i a>1
; compensation allowed them 'byI I,! year. or furl uSh pay :. And \Vh n a' loan, and to lgi.
; several of the most important naval I II j An entire change is proposed in .to this we add the diminution bf nify France for JJ
powers. ,The present pay of captains I: the mode of paying officers at the the contingent, expenditures, it may the,expcnces of i
was fixed more than twenty :J'!; Yards, and fixed salaries are given, I very safely bq asserted that, in 110 It is 'believed
ears ago, when we had only fri-i;, proportioned to their, duties and I situation, eitljer of war or Pease, South America _
i\ I t gates to command, & is supposed ,i expenses and in lieu of all allowances I will the proposed organization, propositions ; es-
i iI now to be proper for frigates of,,, now made, except for house with all its addition to rank and ly conditions to to
the smaller class : bu that increase :'I rent, where no quarters are pro pay, i be as expensive, by many imposed on them Tt
or dim l 'nution, should be vided. The same principlc.is applied thousand dollars, as the present iJ
made, as the vessel is larger or 'I; and salaries given, in all system. The Greeks _
: smaller. The pay of masters andlieutenants : cases where the officer is not engaged :. Having presented these views, counts from
commanding, bears a : in active service, or is on I submit the plan to you, with some state the Turkish
just proportion to that of captain, I. furlough. This change is re- 'feeling of solicitude that' it should ed to the s.
and is left at its present amount. '.I j commended by the certainly and meet the app obation of those who reported the l sl}
That of lieutenants, generally, is economy which it will introduce. have to deci e upon it, arising proceed to p ,
proportioned to the nature of the ;. Indeed, the whole scheme is designed from a convi tion that it addresses ther during ..
i Y' service they render. i 1 to reduce, as far as possible, itself the t est principles of action Patras, nor while 1
As the sailing masters must all pay and allowances to fixed and will be productive of dis- Archipelago, did ..
.. have high qualifications to pass I sums ; limiting the discretion of cipline, elficiqncy, and economy, in tween them and *
their examination, & are put out of j the Department and of the accounting our naval establishment.I place worthy of f e-t c
the line promotion except in extraordinary ]t officers, and lessening the am veijy respectfully, they had been t t
cases, an increase of i contingent expenses of the estab Sir, yqur obedient servant, together, in sight __ .I
pay is PI'oposed"and that it be lishment. SAMUEL j L. SOUTHARD Mr. .G. r:
graduated by the rate of the vessel Regulations for distributingprize To the President of tile u. States. ton, had arrived !
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where he c
I} t in which they are employed. The money have been introduced, was c
second masters, who are recognized : t because immediately count c'ccl YO U:. 1N agent from the -. c
b} the existing laws, but have with the provisions of the bill, and ment to negociate e
4 established. \ ll pay, are placed on a because those now, in force.. arc un- BJKAZILS.I Porte.-Bos. to J1
proper footing in reference to their certain and unequal in their operation Intelligence has !been."received at -. d
duties, and the promotions they ; giving, in some cases, to New-York, by the brig Resolution, The Austrian '- :1 D
may expect. The sublieutenancyis superior and responsible officers, from St. Salvador I, that the Em- extracts of C
a middle, rank, between the lieu- much l less than to persons who peror of Brazils had issued a decree tantinople, elated of \
tenant and! midshipman : but, :to have inferior rank and respon- prohibiting the importation vember, which
present every inducement. to the sibility. One of the principal i of the produce and manufactures Captain Pacha ey* 'irc
midshipmanfor exertion and good changes is an addition of five percent of Portugal,[until the f aknowledg- Dardannelle with ,, \\
conduct, addition of pay is givento to commanders of fleets, I meet of the independence of Brazil, of his fleet. The
those ,who are meritorious, and squadrons and vessels, who are I by that nation.' A frigate belonging is acknowledged as .rf.p
have passed} fiber,'a:amithatior, and answerable. for detentions and captures to Lord Cochranc's squadron, ficial results for ot tt
for which there is no : Pp lace in the and bear alone the damagesfor commanded by Capt. Taylor, had Turks '.. W
grade sub-lieutenants ; and they mistake or error in the exerciseof arrived from Maranham, and was that it has been 'gJW
are also Id be. preferred to other their power : A large portion of shortly to be joined by the squadron than those which wa'oc
midshipmen in the same ,'csselur p'ofit ought to be the reward of intended to sail shortly againstMontevideo The Hornby* ,
squadron as master's mates, and this responsibility. which place remained ed from : c:
for actingjappoir.tments, when they The Tables and estimates whichare in possessioi of the Portuguese.Two .- Rio Janeiro, with Ietr St
shall be necessary.i additional appended to the bill, are designed thousa d l troops had embarked 60jOOOwas'
pay is pn posed? for the purser : his to exhibit, in the plainest for Pernambuco, for the purposeof Ormshead, and 'btl
-- compensation arises, principally, mode, the eflectvof the proposed or- seconding these operations, to ved. The ,
from oth r sources, and is, usually, ganization upon the public treasury drive the Europeans out of thecountry. Arab, was lost on tefv
in proportion a to his age and er- in peace and war, with the .A 1 was tranquil. at Ba- land, and it 'of b
vice, and he rate of vessel he is in.additionto force which is1: now in commission, hia. board had tlnc:
-. A small ; the pay of with that which it is advised to -t_ ..
4 boatswains, gunners, carpenters, J put in commission, and when all ''ItANKFORT, Dec. 24. LONDON on
and sailmakerb, in"thc larger vessels -j i the vessels, built and building It is a.mrn! ed that conferences I on r 'co'be
ougnt lo be majiv' ; and J yenlarging ] shall be in active service. 'l'hecorn1pariwl the affairs, of Greece have beenPetersburg We continued
I j I the nUI11Jel'lHll.'l'gul 1.t-.! which they aflbrd bet held at St. !!, between demand last
lug the |Jay of. the putty o&ccrs: I t the existing system, and that Count Ne >selrode, the senator less was done, in ,(de.u
justice trill be dont to them, and which is recommended, cannot it TatischcfV; ir.d the Austrian Am- of making Scutari -
the:srcn 1 I etx. ip.hr4113,',' stirnhil:4tl i U Hi-lieved. fail "to create a favorable bas aclor. These con-orences will ton on a par with in (
> to good lconjact.::, Schoolmasters feeling towards the latter. doubtless' I ,,assume a more decided preceding week. ,-
\ ., are proposed Her the two highest Table C is an estimate of the character, a:>' soon as the Russian about 1900 bales. _.
rates of vessels : and, as we have expense of our pt...stint a\'all's- i Cabinet shall have received' the 250 hhds of
yet no school! foi the instruction of j cornmission i dispatches sent to it from Con- Tobacco, are the
young officers, and,as the duties of which is mentioned in the i san inople, by the Austrian Internuncio about 100 hhds insb
chaplains, both as' clcrg}men report at the commencement of the ; which state the new i pre- co at 2 5-8 pr lb. ln.., Its
\ and teachers, demand, 1 puriiyybfcharacter. Session. And should it be deter- ten ions set I up by the Porte. sales of last week .'' .cat
'. erlarjunent! of nijjiul, m:ivd not to increase or alter the Greece e eventualv! will come in ,8W
; and scientific\ attainments, a higher number of vessels now in active I under the' protection of these empires Extract of a ).' 'toIf'
s..Iaryvould be useful;, to secure service, this table proves that, by : and accept a sovereign ,from pool.
4 the, bemiCb of th'js_ who aivwortuy Adopting, the proposed} organization one\of them1- "Our counts set
of the station. thereV:Il be an annual saving -The: last quarter of the revenue me that he has a spa tht
4" No i lJ..ion of the urescnt system 01"| 'vore than gl 117,000. in England!I shows an increase of engine to gu in en- set
requires more afrntndm.An" t\" -,T, :., ,I I '. ,:'Mi* '\ tur.Hsh.l'san estimate of ] :e millions. Indiaman, and to of be
surreal department* > J'dtuce the expense of 1.1.jn aining, for one' "hat part of. the President's room, that will the crt
.as \"llltotllf" :i .u.ij'; .' "/ ..dmis\"roils y:--nr the force which is recommended Me sag c relating to South A ncri- an hour in a calm bar fUt
.y) into it, a. : '. .r', .:...ument anti payment : : in this report to be put in ca, twill be i seen, has\ been received be in operation hu
'. 'beap commiss this table it in and France withtin that he has '
-< A-io one out. to : !h. By appears England ,, to eftWe
-.... .:,i.-u surgeon's mate unlilv\ that iii: for..e recommended, I ver dift'eient sensations, : difficult uart of :
aft r JL satisfactory examination! .vill, under both systems* occasion I It. Am i auga late Spanish mi proving'Ms; competence, and H"'j I \i( increas1 of expenditure in this I isle r to theointed United States, has beet: ing the steam, his
mate be made,a su"g:1, until he Department arising principally : apj: minister to Berlin 1:, and quire so little fuel bin
has, by sufficient v'rvice and another -, Iroln the additional: number otpeUy Ferdinand las also: nominated DOll up, that he is at. eif
examination, proved that he is \"officers! and s"amen employ- Raphael l Me rant Cotistadol', Gcn'eJalOf mention the the day
worthy of promotion. e-1 : and, that, under the present South America and Minister bf, fol oUsI h
l But the directions on this subject s"stt'mit will cost 1,901,876 the Supreme Council of the ln- andlikt:
1 belong, properly, to the code under the, proposed, 81,869,715,, diei I The struggle the
of rules and regulations. The pro making balance in favor of the Portugal is very little better and Greeks, says : ,a des
posed bill is confined, principally latter aboul.$32,000, annually. sit ated than Spain. That country raid, of December :* hay and
to the pay, and prescribes that By Table D. it appears that the j is distressed for money anddesponding ing, with scarcely in 1r.e
which is suited to the time an.l l ,. proposed organization will save at at the loss of the South ing the name of and the
nature,of the services p:l"form"d. the Navy Yard's, now used, about American T Colonies. A forced present it is little Bee':
The pay of surgeon's. mate is left $ 11,000, and at the recruiting s?,- l-uip i is in contemplation, and every advantages of Iir- law:
as at present, and is not to be increased lions, about S8boo. That the j i imported article\ js additional! are decisive and 'gyp.
-S : for any cause. But after, ; three Hospitals may: be maintained I la-: d. A very serious conspiracy The Admiral the rout
'( two years' service, he is permitted' at about the same expense, under I has been discovered, at Lisbon just combined} lb
to have an' examination: preparatory both plans : and 'that\ the three ;'on I the po tit of breaking out.- defeats and much ..tho'nab
to his appointment as surgeon naval stations, whichit may be Three Ministers had been dismissed tie: -
; and, if, he pass it with credit, thought advisable 'to'keep up the,A'iwgr had ordered the Queen made a more e 'ht'the;
a.id be recommended for promotion hereafter, will, under the plan now to e arrested i and many persons on land !l\1i a- lath
a moderate addition to be recommended, cost about\ 4,000 lof lisliuctibn were on trial. The b.-ginnipg of hOt]
made. In likr manner, the pay of more than under the'present, pe 'pIe are in open rebellon. great object, derAil
the surgeon is to remain the same arising: from the increased rank. of Scutari, who ..-
for iwo years, after which it is to the officers commanding them. } I BORDEAUX, Dcc. 29. only parses 'vol a 1,
f be increased, at the end of every fable B is an estimate of the expense The high' prices with you has armies for the life
second year 01 atsl'rvicc, until of maintaining all the shore nojt influenced the Cotton market pursuing his !F "hiplll
1 it amounisto 875 per month, and establishments, and keeping in .n I rance;1 for they Write from place, in spite
eight rations per day. When he commission all the vessels whichare If' vre that business is excessively) from the Greeks. to. the
is rewarded: by a permanent station built, as well as those which arc dull,I, and that new uplands can pear to carry on SOn;
either at, a Navy Yard, or authorized and --eco mended to be hardly I obtain 28a 29 sous; Rice is of guerilla ; be- itb
a hospital, he has a fixed and com- built. It is calculated to exhibitthe scarce,here*, and for new 35a 36f'per from, and ac-
: :..peient salary.I This system, while I utmost annual expense of ,all quintal might de obtained: Brandyis talus, as the .Ont
J it renders justice tj those who have our present naval means hi war, or quoted aj little higher these few The Turks are fj
performed duty, will it is hoped, in such a condition of our countryas last days |in consequence of the lost a train of he pptPG
induce zeal in acquiring science, shall justify us in keeping active small quanti.ty that has lately cometo an impression ,- 1rOteno
and secure the active and entire service .so laige a force, and market;., we may quote new On its way to :
( services of skilful men, on whom so I shews that the present would, in Brandy at from 200 to 210 per 50 made; a descent de atttrgn 1\e
much of the comfort and success oft :J that case, cost about $113,000 less veils ; for curnew Wine, which is between jEtolia
the Navy depend. Guided by the than the proposed system. Thisis generally considered inferior,.there _took not only suffith
.. reasoning applicable to the case, the most unfavorable view whichcan is.not yet any' fixed price ; UplandGeogia large quantity of k, .
and experiments made elsewhere be presented, and is designed Cotton 25a27 sous; .Louisiana l and the, very :' r Part
it it believed that a large as such. But, it, is proper to remark do. 37 39. panied them. u14itd
saving may be effected by detailingone that-it is a view which never _-+-. and independence' fqde ry
I one or more intelligent! surgeons 'can be realized : for, it supposes PARIS, Jan. 3. so perfectly A-
to purchase the medical stores and not only that all our vessels>, of The report has been for some of 5,000 .Moraite to o
4 supplies ; direct such as are fitted every kind, are in commission days current,\and,seems tojassume pected by the' 1toFiii
for the size of the vessel, and the sea, but, that every officer'attached a-certain, onsistence' that'a Con-. against_ JtissufT ,
J \

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e 1
m '... ... .0-. .,, L*

petrify the possessor, could he, xvith tltcmind's his fellow M a brother 'whom he could : and ffjcal Hospital .. '
Department, was1. IO READSAN AMERICAN BOOK*'
@ & eye, but once behold it! truly love ;,and_a friend, in wliorahe couldfreely filled with ', ''
es these images, were all vain, and .confide. -A reciprocity] of' good 10,000 Dollars. ,Three ItKqusatfd), fttpiek or ,the
.fall far,very far,short of the fright- offices would produce a' harmony,. and I' The,ninth, ,blank, foe 'th..e Quar* Pilot were iold in a:. few "da s. A

original for what, on"earth, I ask, beauty in soci. tYI'bieh, would; ,in some ,ter m aster' General's Department second edition is 'at press of Which l '

compare with his cruelty, and ma measure, resemble the'golden a;4sof ,the was-filled with' 249, OO Dollars. the greater part already ordered .
itYThe' hungry lion, Or furious ancient poets and make. earthja kind of M! ,
; The tenth blank' ,for the Military Philadelphia J io 'rr '
who rushes from his den, upon the antipart of IleavcnYon! do 1 think this -_ ". .,
; traveller, and with glaring eye affair by any means impracticable.' Let Academy, including hospital \
i and bloody jaws, mangles the limbs but every one resolve to turn his ear indisgust for cadets and troops, ,ty"oVin'gs aJ':. We are requested<< to state that, th'Rev.
bit Cook
victim 'is cruel. to be added to the for will pre>ich, at the Court ,
writhing "': But the from malicious! 'tale] and the Academy, jlcthe the
on two ensuing ,
of his nature pleads his apolojpr ; censorious insinuation of the slanderer,and departments of philosophy and I 'icdwillcommence :Sabbathsi.ser.- ,I"
ii strong necessity justifies his ferocity. an eye of contempt upon its narrator and double in the athalfpast 11 O'clock{ t
ii chemistry ; a stone .house, forenoon, and atjhalf 3
1i muffled assassin, who, in that parent the self-convicted felon will stand abashed; for accommodation of familiesof in the'afternoon. 'past O'clock \ "
(the hour of midnight darkness) and the friends of falsehood and [malignity two ...
f his relentless dagger into the will sink, trembling, to their original hell I professors ; a laboratory and "= \ .

- om of his unsuspecting victim, mat,'' before the fiery glance of honest indigna! green" house, out houses for su- .

- some plea to palliate the deed!- tion. These ought to be, these might be, perintendant's quarters 1 ; ,office for
) may steel his bosom against the and these actually are: the rules which the J Professor Engineering cast
' I of humanitv ; or revenge nerve his govern society in some countries. ;
-"II I for deeds of destruction. 'Tis ,true, And may immortal glory rest pan that iron pipes for supplying water ; a -

t : cruelty mangles the bosom of his victim! land, and the chpisest benison!or Heaven modeller, and a plate for a diplomafor

, \ his weapon wounds not his reputation, descend upon it, where, to broach the JraduatcsVas filled with 33,

body sinks beneath his bloody ha:.d, slanderous, malicious,yor censorious tale; 400 Dollars.
r his soul soars to Heaven on the wings in the absence of the accused, is to subject For
. i : spotless fame. He is early cut off, the narrator to suspicion and con. purchase Gridley'sfani ,
the blessings of existence, but there tempt ; where the worthy man if oppressed ), 10,000 Dollars.

e to mitigate the pains of his de- or insulted, never vainly sought re Mr. COCKE proposed an am .
y His memory is embalmed'by the dress. But the dictates: of honor, liberality endment, *making the appropriation PORT OFPEWSACOUL t .

:1 of renown : his grave is bedewed and humanity, impressed on all hearts, for the purchase conditional :
., the tears of friendship, & the sympa gives to the golden rule-" do unto others, ARRIVED.
I of hit species sing his requiem! as you would have others do unto I you," 1st. that no more than 10,000 Doll Schr. Bachelor, Ueiliv, 'St Marks-car
e rapacious,conquering invader, who the sanction of Divine authority 1! and the should be given for the land; and I go, hides, skins, wax &c.' to C. Prn'lar. t

, es a peaceful, smiling land with force of universal law. f 2d that the consent of the state ofT Brig F. P. Johnson, Dalton, 27' days
fVEH1TAS. Y. should be the from Boston, bound to Mobile-touched
d.t ; and envelopes the defenceless given to sale. The at this
{ in all the horrors of-a midnight: former; condition prevailed, but the Troops port having landed some U. S.

? \m, while his guilty arm pierce; Editor. l' latteron motion of Mr. McDUF- proceeded on her voyage.
heart of its unresisting master and Sir.The CLEARED
P IE, was stricken out;,, & the whole! Schooner: Bachelor, Ucilly, Mobile. l .
brutal minions drive out the shriek note which appeared in, last "
. l widow, and her weeping infants to week's paper'signed 11. ..I. Bru feenridge clause, as amended, was carried, -- :::- v'

all the pelting of the pit'less will be noticed in your next number. Ayes, 107.Having. NOTICE.Weather '. -
1, !" He I is accounted monster A SU135'C111I' thus far' .
say ( !a t J proceeded; n the
; "aiui -= -. ,. _.. Permitting:
1- inhumanity, 1ustIVct.j'es:. the -- :- r bill the Committee;
rose and obtained
:t ations of; mankind. Hut even this SHALL KEEP A
o is mild-is merciful, when compared sJ OXi It 1 \. :{' .\\lJ. leave to sit again. Regular Sale Auction, 4 r

the slanderer and few in number, '1 Feb. 20, N the Thursday of -
/ IN sl: arE. '! O c"eIJ' week fo?
slight in their effects are the evilhe The House resolved itself into a Committee I- all kinds of merchandise and furniture
,s 'Tis true, his cruel steel drinks Feb. 19. of the Whole, Mr. TAYLOtt in the! at my Auction Room corner of Pah- '., ..
e blood of the innocent and his ruth ,The bill for the final settlement of Chair' on the bill making appropriations fox and Baylen streets t e
hand precipitates the defenceless, land claims in the territory I of'J'lori- for the military service of the United IIENKY MICHELET '

ofT the heights of bliss, affluence & ease, da, came from the otherIiuus e States, for the year 1824. Pensacola, March 19th 1824-2-tf j, '
Tv the abyss of pain, penury, and wo with a trifling amendmentvhich The following blanks in the bill were i: .,
though the tent husband, and filled up : SHERIFF'S ',
d father, falls beneath his weapon, he was acceded to by the Senate. For contingencies of the Army, 20,000 SALE. .
lamented by the generous and the Armouries, 360,000 County Court.AVm '' .
What his widow is de Ordnance service, 42,000
iset though Ft-Ip. 20. A. BellCollin
:)If \\d of her husband and her home, time The hill from the other House, Pensions, to Revolutionary Pen- 'vs. 1 fie t t
, mitigate her woes, and bring new sioncis>> 1,291,71635 Mcllae. fu : r1
lo authorize the laying out of a Pensions invalids, commutation ; JI:
his child. b
: though en are ro Y virtueof, this )
of their parent and their patrimony, road in the territory of 1'lat.ida, w a s pensioner's and widows B ceed to sell for execution cash I shall pro ts.
f on
y have yet retained an unblemished re- taken upiin committee of the whole.! and orphans go 13,174 12 3d day of August at 12 o'clock Tuesday the 1 1i
at the ,
and time and the Arrear rrs in \Vir Department, 26,000 60 \
: mutability The !bill proposes} an appropriation i- court house in Pensacola, the
tIle following
\rming new Fortifications 100,000 00) s
; ,n affairs, may restore them to more of for described VIA.
320,000 the of property
> ,
> pristine l honours happiness, and purpose Much conversation took place: Two
one story frame buildings, 20 feet
LI I -hut alas such is not often the lot making a road from Pensacola t o (in this j' item between Messrs. by 70, situated on l.a-ltomana street

the slanderer victims. Oh no! an St. Augustine, and S3,000 for the COCKE, ':\lcLA E, and HAMIL, 197, directly; opposite the Mansion house No. I 1< _

,e.t author has. too truly declared, purpose of surveyiug routes for TOthcra, finally, on motion of of'lr. Celestino Gonzales, and now occupied '

two other road, iuicrsecting said :VIr.lcLANg, this item was: by Mr. James Pendleton, as a
w A reputation maiin'd finds I hlackcrrl th's shop. Those
no repair. territory at different points. buildings! arc
Stricken': from
the prescht bill, (witha I situated .a
the poet of nature : whose accurate upon ground leased of Mr, C,
After debate bill
\ of human life and manners : soiv.c the was view to its insertion i; the other Gonzales, w!hich expires in a few months,

be"Y delighted and instructed! thousands:, reported to the Senate withoutamendment appropriation bill at the close ofthe but :it is understood the lease can be renewed i

will continue to delight and instruct ; and, upon its passage session, by v/hichvtime farther! upon very favourable terms. V
long as genius has one friend on earth,) ll'/! redding: \lr.CHAX.; information would be obtained.) Seized at the snit aforesaid, and will be
nc. elegantly said- tIILEtI called! for the Yeas and sold to satisfy. this ext cution.
] Who steals my purse-steals trash;- committee then rose, and W. ll.\YISOS, SheriffE.
-! c.n 'Tis something-nothing1- Nays, which. were as follows : reported the bill, with the amend[ E. Count}*.
. 'Tu as mine 'tis his, and has been slave YES- :tl.'stirs. Barton1 i, Branch, ments. After some debate the b Sheriff's Office,? _

to thousands Brown, Euton, Edwards! Elliott, was ordered to be engrossed for a l Pensacola. 5 r ;

\. But he, that filches. from me, my good Findlay, Guillard, Ha.ynt1I01n1p8: third ,reading. March 17 1824-Imts. .

1 Robs name',me of that, which not 'cnrichcihim. of Mo. Holmes of Mis. \Jackson, Feb. 23. Si! Fj11.1 Y"B 8f itC .

Johnson of La. Kn: of A, ab. Lan; The J/i/iro/iriaticn Bill for the ...

But makes me poor indeed." mun, Lowrie, I\oiclh'aiuf'' Milhs! Military service of the United County Court.En r .

fl : :idy From every other calamity in life, a :'.11"1'H, l?uJ.h's. Seymour, Smith, States, for 1824Vas read a third ch Dodgshun : '
man may: soar triumph-tut over the Taiixt, Taylor of Ind. Thomas, time **. 1 f.fu.
oppress him; but from a char:,c- Vuu passed, and sent to the SenatefOI' : Jamc.: t.t':4thtO1.D "
itaren \V
, / ; however ruined,;t is always difficult & aJr., andVilliams]iH I condut'rcnce. y virtue a:this exccutiorTl shall plOtt i f

r.n impossible to emerge. JTis tri(', t lie 28.NAYS II I I The lingrossed' bill to authorizethe ceed to sell for c-ish: CT Tuc-dav the
U sometimes trace the dark as-iuvjiii of -'.'1 cssrs. Bell! Chandler, laying out C2* ofiening certainfiublic 3d day August next at 12 o'clock at the ,

fame, anf 1, dragging him fron h.s Cluyton, D'Wolf Knight l Macon, roads in the territory of Flo.rida court house in Pensacola, the following :
l den, w.reak amp1l' described valuablereal estate, viz
\"enb"el1cc on Taylor of Va. and Van Dyke 8. : one
Cm But alas for helpless woman she was read a third time, passed,, lot in the city of Pensacola situated ort
So toy
no redress, from the stints: the bill passed a third and sent to the Senate. Palafox: street, No. 1 fronting Pensacola

: ; calumniator's tongue; for With her; reading. M Hay, 40 feet by 80 on Palafox street, .iore 3t
'uan bt/ff/OT/rrfand to he guilty: are almost Feb. 23.'_ Ftn.7 or less, and directly! opposite: the market

total;. mid, like the striken roe, The_bill to authorize th ofmningan'i .ft-furder.-On i iouse, formerly the property ofT alvnes ,,
thc barbed arrow rankling her Saturday a man & Eagle, and by them conveyed to this '
tii i ; in the gloomy shades of retirement> laying out qcertain roads in by the name of Street, living at clefen-lant, and hitherto known as Edgey's -

: is fr-rced to weep ever !her irremedia the territory of Florida.vas read a New Brunswick, l'ew3ersw, murdered comer, together with all the clings .

1 t woes-to writhe beneath the! killing third time, and PASSKD., I his wife, by: stabbing her in and improvements thereon, con sisTwo ) .
of an unfeeling world, and like I t'b. 24. t.rr: ; oftrm
t 8 or 9 places with a dirk. After .
rose of the wilderness *
: The bill from the other House StoreHOUSES.
: : committing the desperate act he s+
;b'atcherfr'c the desert "
1I i :{rancc on air, ;
I live making a a/t/iro/iriations for the year threatened to shoot who .
I an I die, neglected and un- a lady was
| 1aI ;
t.n : ; :! J 1824, was twice ivad and referred an eye witness to the transaction,

re: I : such is the acknowledged deformity! to the Committee on 'r1 IIuce., on her reprimanding him. She One substantially built of brick last summer ,

'r monster, isit rich equally lamentable, sanctioning and confirming) certain the whole, fronting the bay 36 feet, by 38
advanced towards him and
surprizing: ,that he should not only be .f on Palafox street, and now occupied by
: acts of territorial
futI : \' d.but cherished in civilized society; legislature of obtained the necessary assistancto i'Llay & Kushton, the other one story

; his very villainy made the means oil Florida ; was read, and passed: to convey; him to .l prison, where It frame building and occ'ipied Ky John Edg-

: ; prosperity ? Is it not extra( rie a second reading.HOUSE awaits to answer to the offended Ie, Seized at the suit aforesa,d, and will

:1 }', that a character,which, when view Ci. laws of iris country.1MPORTAN be old to satisfy" this execution'
it a distance: i is equally: abhorred: and \V. DAVI80N, Sheriff
1 .! :. by all, should upon a nearer ap- OF IIKI'UESENTATIVKS. Sheriff'sOffice,1. E. County.
, : : (when he applies his poisonous Feb. 19 r LAW DECISION' : Pensacola. 5
u the majority of the cars of man- MILITARY APl'HOPRIATIl Au important decision to magistrates March 17th, 1824-Imts.Notice.. '
) be received with cordiality ; and I )N IIII. .. in the case of Lewis against

.Mfi ,': rd with kindness ; that his false; On motion of Mr. McLANE, all Jones, took place I in the court of _

talc should bc'rcceived with the previous orders ,of the/day werevent common pleas on Wednesday.It The Sunday School.in this Place will
believed in imP licitly, aid eir u- suspended and the
into was a certiorari Michael Frey- be continued as usual at the court house
al diligently how absurd and
I + prepos committee of the whole, Mr.in every sundae morning to'commence at 9,
: how unjust and injurious how tag, Esq. justice of the peace of o'clo'ck .
A. M. A will
| TAYLOR, of New-Yor sermon also 'je readevery
and ,
villainous and and the
degrading to Philadelphia county, principal when
t sunday evening there is
is on the bill makin no
,l such conduct might we not:d- y appropriations exception:: taken to the pi'oceeding preaching, at half past 3. o'clock.
the calumniator's auditor in this for the
millitary, serviceof that the
was, exccu on> Benj. Wyman,
i :e (which the experience of all the United States .
fat' the year was returnable generally in Secy. S. S. S.
t will confirm to be O thou fool twenty .
just) >l 1824. The bill was con idered as March 19th. 1824,
lendest thine ear to the tale of the } \\ithoutdesignatingany particular -
t .......
,and thus eagerly airiest him : 'cporttad'in blank ; and the first day upon which it should be C ilAl\L"ES IXDtJ l\

.nd neighbour's ruin, why, why dost th inm blank, which is, for the p y of the returned. The defendant in support ,.

'It and contaminate thyself by army, and subsistence of officers, of tbe exception produced a Has just received from liTobild/te" ,
i with so base a wretch ? Is
thy including the and
0 of.soul such, that thou deli it- of pay subsistence recent decision r of the court of com sloop jictress. _

1: ; to gorge it on;the ruined characters o of the officers and cadet belong mon pleas of York county, in L.: P. Madeira, j > ,

I fellow men I If it is ; beware of in sing to the Millitary Academy, at which a, similar objection was sustained idonia, Do. } Wines. :

)1 I it in this way; for what security West Point, was filled with S994' by Judge Franklin. Old-liock, Do._ ",' -
thou, that the wretch whom thou hast 301-05. Bucelas, Do. 6
! The court in pronouncing their Blue and white plains, .
thy confidence, will not ie- The second blank for
I thy betrayer, and the executioner of subsistence, decision declared, that the practice : Osnaburgs .
", J gihe; head of modest merit in was filled with $=.,69,847. j Bombazetts I
acime- an thy fame ? shaJlhe} whose blighting breath, under the act of 1810 had been I:

,OAdtbl eedmgbosomoffalleninnocen meeting' its desolating throne. i and fabricated talc have so often, in I Ice. thy The third blank, for forage for uniform, that all executions issued Domestics, .
: own presence, blasted the character of officer, was filled with D 3l- Callicoes. .
hich PWoSe the effects since then had been similar to ,
of dander n whatj others Cords, .' -
; spare; thine when thou art absent ? lars. J /
, he t|etktftte terms ofopprobrium, :hall we trust me, he will'not but at a time when I that under consideration;, that this Velvets "j f : "
mdie.de- *oddhJ de e 'hndtr cr. What languagel thou canst not see,in an hour when thou The fourth blank for the recruiting exception had never been agitated Blankets, 1a I.i ,
e ;? to paint the'hidioushl dost not think service, was filled Steel, -
Oli he will give birth to the 13,400 before, and that if ever there was ._ ,
;. Tie t> of? character ? None! None! tide that'will undo thee !i"ti Dollars. Wrl.th case in which the maxim .of"communia t- Crockery Ware, .'.
t nguage sink under the Reflecting on these things friends The fifth blank Gun powder, : '
; and ,
gen '. r or \Vee Ito dip my Pen ir the let us suite with one accord, to my banish this, for forntingentexpenses : error Tacit-oPus" was p roLondon porter, for sale low for cash, ',' '
operimp' : a+$,q rot de toady, It would not posse SJ,a' hidious monster from among us The the recruiti service, perly applicable, it was the one before March 8-tf. ..

l ickf the ghee of virulence to depicthellish benefits resulting to society, from such an was filled with 15,800 /.Uars. the court. The court did not : ,

pay l'ed hiIt would Ith be in rain thlt: ti event, would be incalculable. The cords The sixth blank, for the, Purchasing however recognise the original 'LAS1" NOTICE.

gtwl d ,All a heart swelling withtoJtd which bind society together,:would be Department, was filled with practice as erroneous s, but considered
\) sparkling with fire bonds persons indebted to the subscriber
drawn closer the of confidence ,
; 141,127 59 Dollars.I
rates, caunte under a.fair principle of construction to make immediate
of the Hance, in which tbe and affectionwould be and are requested payment -
strengthened '
( A 'cpe iend, and The seventh blank, for the that execution no further be
"ere the guile of.the. extended. Those upright, benificent, purchase an returnable as indulgence can
;e: tO, tj that 10 blended into a finishedUte and humane feelings, which now actuate .of woollens during they ear .."within twenty days" might given. In a few .days all account

n,ser- 0ald cte band bare of sight of it, wouldatttDpt -A few, would then extend to all and man, 1824, in advance for_the, year 1825,: .be.considered as returnable on the due me without will be left with a lawyer for collection -'

u to sketch th.e likeness painter who no" laager afraid of the malice of man, I was filled with 20,000 Dollars.! twentietH&.* '*, \ ,, day. The judgment exception.P. H. GEKRI&' .
; and could, In the true spirit social love hail I I The eighth blank, for the Med- :h Juslic 'was confirmed.i .-. ," 'iPensacola, :March 1.'J-tf. : "

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a TRUSUtYD&PA1TKBmt,; Thfe 'Subscriber; I W. BAS ELL' HUNT, 'Foireclodre'of !\
: I L \ AtiditorV .Office, Jan. 1824.. S I received recent arrival M.
,i arrivals' Haqutt by omXcw.York ,. Alexander.OM*: ati A_
received has received late : : r
be' and New.Orleans, afurthertupplyof ,
fat t liz ab
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.Brinio Ja'
WOODS / .. ; : n,
at this Office until the first
thefollowing dean .
j of :April next, for building' a Which he will sell Low for Books and \\\tion 1- 'd'-, You and wiUfileate alf other*to, :tonctria.-,

: and Dwelling House, CASH or COTTON.Groceries. .Among which are the)bllowin8', Take Notice
near entrance of the Har- rnEWMAN'S ,
Ii.i Spanish dictionary, "
of Pensacola, to be placed a- 4\1 :Josse's Spanish grammar, rnHA I have this day filed in the derk'

three hundred yards weal of. Exercises, ,- / office of the Superior Court of

Fortress oFthe Barancas, of the. / Beyer's French dictionary, j District of West Florida, a petition &nJ

( materials, dimensions 1 \ ( Bushels c1.rse.salt Philips on indigestion, I exhibits praying the foreclosure of a BOM
; Las Cases' executed to
journal complete, gage me on the tixteemC
: description : i509 Bushels ground: alliim do ; in sacks Book of fate. of June, 1821, by- Alexander Love j"'
.. Light-house to be built of stone '47 Bbls. WhisKey "
L' or rye ; Campan'llife ofMarie Antoinette, secure the payment of a sum ofmonev
brick,.the form round. The founda- 30 Do. superfine Fh?lad. flour;I Olio-songs, anecdotes and epigrams, / due to me originally by Elizabeth
to be sunk: three feet, or as deep as '20 Do. Nos. 1 and 2 mackerel; Sewell's History of the Quakers, : son, upon a tract eight hundred Brine

be necessary to make the fabric se. 15 Do. mess pork ; BancrofPs life oV Washington, pens ofland, with a saw mill and'the ij.
\ to be laid in good lime mortar. The 15 Do. cider ; I Vocal Cabinet Fife Preceptor, purtenances and improvements thertna 4
of the tower to 6e thirty feet from 20 Do. molasses ;
Flute melodies Violin situated in Escambia
Preceptor, county, on the
surface of the ground. The diameter 60 Do. potatoes; I Instrumental directory, Musical Reader, ters of the Perdido1 and known by*the a.
base to be eighteen feet, and: that of 10 Qr. casks wine assorted;
Abbott on shipping, Chitty on bills, name Love's Mill-and one half of lot
top nine feet. The thickness the 15 Bags cofle'; Willison's afflicted Man'a companion, No.6, in the city Pensacola : returnable
at the base to be three feet,and to be 5 Do; ; the
pepper Solitude sweetened, Octavo Testament, to May Term of said court 1824_tt.
graduated to twenty inches at 5 Do. alspice ; which I shall
Moore's stricture's on female education, by my counsel move &'
top. The top to be arched, on which 15 Kegs manufactured tobacco ; Mason's spiritual treasury, court for a judgment for the amount d I
: be.laid-a deck of soap stone, eleven 100 Do. crackers; I 'Montifiore's'commercial precedents: said debt and costs, and a judgment bar.

in diameter, four inches thick, the 30 Do. butter ; Fessendens law of patents, / ring and foreclosing the equity of rcdexp.,
filled in with lead, on one side of 20 Do. lard ; j I Jacobson's sea laws, tin of said.Love, and all claiming under
to be a scuttle to enter the lantern; 30 Do. Dupont's powder; I Episcopal prayer books, him.
scuttle dooran iron frame,covered with 40 Bags shot assorted ; Catholic do dourj4h's December 15th, 1823.Thomas .
I The outside wall to be well' 4 Boxes bar lead ; I I I B dignity of human nature .
and white-washed twice O\-cr.- 10 Do. mould candles ; ,
t Reginald Dalton, a new ,nov 1 &c. &c. -
are to be three windows in the tow 5 Do. sperm do; By his att'y JOS. M. WHltE,.

of twelve lights each, of ten by eight 40 Do. soap ; I, TOGETHER WITH- Dec.-_ 20-4m. ,

,in strong frames, and a door six feet 5 Do. chocolate ; I Folio post paper, Foreclosure of Mortgage.I
three,made double inch boards cross 20 Do. raisins; Letter paper, gilt and plain, .
with substantial hinges, lock, and I 5 Bbls.loafsugar ;I Foolscap do. assorted qualities, : Mr. John Jnnerarlty, attorney in

.. ; the door posts, cap, and stool, 5 Do. race and ground singer; Inkstands,quills, office tape, fart of the heirs of Vincente Or-

be of dressed stone, at least ten 2 .llhds. copperas ; I I Roger's superior pen knives, doagoittey deceased ; Marcos 7'/o,
S %quare-the ground floor to be 10 Crates crockery;' Tooth brushes; common scissors, : and all others concerned',you wilt

with brick or 'stone-a sufficient 10 Chests teas assorted; Superior Windsor soap, please to
of circular stairs'to lead from the 5 Hhds. stone jars Gentlemen's gloves, &c. &c. :
floor to within six feet of the lan- -ALSOALMANACS- Take Notice.

: : connected by a centre post, guarded Hardware.
I have this filed
good hand railing, with good .floors GjfplIAT day in ;:;eclerk's
i '& office of the
joist of each story. From the top FOR Superior Courtof
: 25 Kegs nails and spikes West Florida
; a petition with
a note
stairs to the entrance of the scuttle
2 Tons iron 1 cask trace chains llBDecember and executed
; ; mortgage to me by orderof
an iron ladder with two inches
steps 2
I Do. castings!i Tribunal
6 Spanish: as 'executor of
I the of the tower to be iron 500 Cwt. steel ; Marcos Riera deceased, by John Tnnerari.
top in I
I 1 Box mill saws ; Fifty Dollars Reward. ty attorney in fact ofVincente Ordosgoilte
of the form the
octagon posts
4 1 Do. cross.cutdo ; WAY from the sub 'on the fifteenth of May,eighteen hundred
one and an half inches to run RANA
into the stone or brick square work five 100 Doz. files assorted ; A on the 29th of December and twenty, to secure-the payment of the
$ ,-amI secured with anchors. The 100 Do. knives and( forks ; last, a negro girl named.AGATHE. um of six hundred and sixty dollars, upbtf
50 Do. pocket a house and lot in Intendencia
dot; street in
f and diameter of the lantern to be
with a great variety of HARDWARE he city of Pensacola, known as lot No.
to admit iron sash in each
an oc- consisting of nob, dead, stock,closet, desk, 272, situated between the lot of Dn. )b.
; n. to contain eighteen lights, eleven till, trunk and pad lock ; razors ; scissors; i well known in the city of New- nuel Garcia and Anna M'Voy; returnable

glass, the lower tier to be filled spigots; hammers;drawjknives+ ; shovels and Urleans,having been long employed there to the May Term of said court,. prayin
i copper, the rabbits of the sashes to spades; frying pans; wagon boxes &c. &c. n,se ling cakes. Having never heretofore for a judgement for the debt aforesaid

quarters of an inch deep, and 2 Boxes cotton anil wool cards ; been absent from her duty, it is supposed costs, and a judgment barring and foreclosing -
with the best'double glass, from the 1 Do. combs ; 1 do.,fowling pieces, from certain indications that she has been the equity of redemption in the
manuf ctor\'. In one of the oc. 20 Doz hats ; i 'carried off by a white man who'lived with heirs or legal representativcs of the said

to be an iron framed door, covered 500 Pair men's shoes and brogans; her, and who sails between New-Orleans Yincente Ordosgoitte, and all claiming for
copper, four feet by two, to shut tight I and Mobile
5 Doz sieves ; j with whom she has probably or under
: the rabbits, with two strong turned 30 Coils cordage; I gone to the latter place. ,She was dressedat them.Juan
The top of the dome formed by 20 Do., bale ropel the time of her goiug off in a gown of Malagosa, ,
iron rafters, concentrating in an 40 Kegs white lead; India cottonade, she has a scar upon her By his att'y JOS. M. WHITE,
hoop four inches wide and nine in :10 Do. verdgrease; ; forehead, is of a middling ,height, and Pensacola, Dec. 27, 1823-*mo.Jiy .

in diameter, covered with copper, 2 Casks lamp) oill[ speaks French and English, though with Wm. P. Jheval Governor of the Terri. -
ounces to the sluare foot, which is 2 1>0. 'paint do / some hesitation when particularly ques- tory of.Florida.
.. down and rivet on the piece that 2 Do. spirits turpentine -/ tioned. The above reward will given any PROCLAMATION.Whereas .
the top of the sash, which is to be 1 Do. lamp black; ; person. who will bring back the said girl in pursuance of an act of the
inches wide. On the dome to be a 440, to. A. LACOUTURE, i[egislative Council the Territory 'of

.' ventilator, two &.a half feet long 10 Packages DRY GOODS No. 215; Royal St. N. Orleans. Florida, approved the 24th day of June
fifteen inches diameter which; is ; 1823.
S on February 2-8t Commissioners were
appointed to
And ,
large assortment of FAMILY MEDICINES
I.i secured a copper vane, three feet select the most eligible and convenient
4'r, and twenty inches wide; around the of the I first quality. mmmrLm situation for the seat of government of the

: to be an iron railing the posts of J\.H. Alien "In Territory of Florida, and the said Comm
the Jlible -
Feb. 2 tf. Society, we see all
to be one and a quarter inched !aaion8r1 have reported to'me:that they
'- ; the upper one to be four feet from Salt distinction by names is lost; there'' have selected a scite in the County' of
deck, The lantern and wood work of Whiskey(, Flour, iII s one happy confederacy, one tfenevolent Gadsden, situated about a mile. southwest .

tower to be painted twice over with I Ic. : design, one grand object inm the old deserted fields of Tall

: lead, except the dome,which is to be &//c. to send the word of God to every lasse", about a half mile south oftne Oke-

1) ;ECEI\'ED per latest arrivals, family and nation without sectarian l ock-o-ny and Tallahasse trail, at a point
have where the old
lighthouse to one complete Spanish road is intersected
and for
conductor,made of copper,three iii sale by comment/or any private interpre b y a small traU.running southwardly. In
I I rters of an inch in diameter,1. with a I JL Moue $ 1]?. 1L Nisbet. tation." he erercise of the discretion in me vested
i (I Barrels WIUSK.-V; THE undersigned has just received from by the said act and for the information of

I well to be sunk sufficiently deep to 25 Do. sup.) Hiciimond" flour; s institution, through their agent, the good people of this Territory, I have

; good water at a convenient dis 6. llhds. first qu. l.tv. sugar; Rev. Jas. A.Ronaldson, a box of Bibles and ought proper to issue this my })rocJamatio -
T : fr- m the light-honse, to be stoned ',;,10: Bags coffee ; | New, Testaments, in the English, French requiring the members of the. Legis-
\ I bricked, and furnished with a curb ':501 Sacks Liverpool g-roundsalt ; and Spanish languages, designed for the l ative Council of the Territory of Floridto *.

; : and an iron chain, with a strong 300: Do. course. salt ; use of West Florida-they are for sale at assemble at the scite above describe,
I. hooped bucket. 10; Kegs manu; c I ureu, tobacco i25' the simple price of cost and charges, and I Ito on the day appointed by law for the next j

-. dwelling( house to be of stone or Do. Urd'; those who find themselves unable to session thereof.
thirty-four feet by twenty, one story, 30 Do. butter fir t quality ; purchase, and yet desire to possess the Given under my hand and the
feet high, divided into two rooms, 20 Bbls. pork ; iucred: volume, they will be bestowed, on seal of the said Territory at
an entry \cn-the. stairs to be in 10 Ho. inackere: : ; application at the subscriber's ,office. Pensacola this 4th day of
entry, to go into the cuambers ; which 20 Boxes soap ; W. Dl\.V180N. March, in the year of our Lord
to be l&thed and plastered-a chimney 20 Baskets swee oil ; Feb. 2-fr. one thousand eight hundred
.the n.uldle of the house, with a fire: 5 Qr., cnsks Malaga wine ; and twenty four and of the]

in each room, irun or stone pieces I Loaf Siij-ur ; Pepp'er ; Pimento ; Salt Pe.I Cantoiiment Clinch. Independence of the United!
S.- under the whole of the house, with I|I tre ; Coppers| ; Molasses; ,Ginger; Boi- States of America the forty
nt wails of stone, laid m lime mor-I j!! es Raisiiu &c. j I Febwary5th 1824. '
the walls of the house to be twenty j i ALSO, I WILL receive proposals: till the 20th eighth.WILLIAM P. DUVAL.

laid up in lime mortar. The I 5<) Pieces cotton';' bagging ; March ensuing, to furnish tne troopsof By the Governor.
'to be rectangular. the boards of which L 20 CoiU bale rope ; the United States Army, that are, or GEO. WALTON, x
) jointed and halved,and wcil secured 3 Fond S ede ,'iron, German steel ; may be stationed, at or within the vicinity Sec'rv of Florida.
covered with good merchantable shin- ''I'i Doz. S. C*rolina hoes; of Pensacola, i Cantonment Clinch, and at March 13':'it .

-three windows in each room, of six j I II 3. th). spades and shovels ; or within the vicinity of Fort San.Carlosde BY THE_MAYOR .

lights cf eight by ten glass each, -tivlI I 30 Kegs hails assorted. ; Baraucas: with fresh beefj from the 1st -

of the same dimensions each chain-I i Plough) Moulds, Trace Chains, Iron. Castings -. April next till the 31st March 1825, in. A. ocaQtinIn -

: The do jito be four pamiellcd, will* j Cotton Cards &c.1AD. clusive. with the 3d section of
anges and taumb ta.tC'h-s tn ach, I The beef will be required to be delivered -
I j 1 he ordinance: of the 16th of November
A good, lock, on tin: Jut? -j-? di.'or A considerable assortment of to the troops in two days in each
1822 which is follows "that from
: ; 1:1 eac'i r'lovp, Lack. ".,:'..i!" ch*}-tt.H YH D'tmettic and otherUfry Goods. week (the days to be designated)!.i such after the 1st as of ;

\ | the Ojcri tc; b, rc.iv* ':,>:'t >v'*:! 1. Suited to the season., Jan, 26tf. quantity as shall .be requisite for their : within day the city January shaH next be of every"pri'v the
.;'*--the ins.de 'Aulo ceikr..;a "Jj, bt 1'--- ,' '-- -- -, rations on each da And I decm it necessary .,
1 1 : : ... ..1.. .nt 'a'u.:,. '.1,&..;il tile 1t1Skt'(".: .'.,',. .:; ; 1 \t"EBGOD8.: to apprise those who may choose to I' the depth proprietor of not less every than three lot, on feet which, and

,C,' iniit,1! in' a rH ium deceit :.li": ,,,,, :,:i 1 offer to contract for the supply, that the Ie there shall be a privy of a smaller depth,
.- good :-e. soiic i ti.'lr. At.o.,.j.o ch JUST IiECEI'D! beef will be required to be of tbe best 1 I' shall forfeit and a sum not exceeding -
; E ES kitchen. attached to 11.* .1 lv.peiiu! :house, which the market can afford, and particular I' 5 and the
; Mayor is hereby auth r.1
: .' lj i by twdvv 1 foot in iuo cltar I -ihe PER .S lIR. JRGOFrom attention-must be had to the butchering I" ised, fuom and after the day aforesaid, I

) ITU ; of smut (4 brick, eight ft-et }high Philadelphia, thereof as rigid inspection of it will ,"to cause such privy to be cleaned out
room to be latt'.eil and plastered, with always be made. and deepened, at the of such
Sixteen Persons offering to contract will
; i tioorstu\i wjn chimney, witit u Are place and sizeable their proposals in writing, sealed and directed against him for the costs thereof I
: with aa 'iron 'door-crane, trammels, JDI @ iO) to me, stating the rate per pound after notice, in a summary manner. No I
: J..: hookS, ia the) fire place, in the porcn S) in a single bid, for which they will furnish ,privy, from and after the 1st day dl
Suited tYifc Season. ami shall be informed of the .
tp they
kitchen-yie side cf the cluuiney a acceptance *' January next, shall be permitted tol
4 i with a spout: leading; through the stone and Duffield Blankets, Plains, of their proposals, either by letter overflow or to be otherwise in an ua1
I I All the wood work, inside and oat:, POINT and common Cloths, Domestic from, or on personal application to-me, at I" cleanly offensive condition and the!
punted with two coats of good paint; Plaids and Stripes, Brown and bleache j Cantonment Clinch on the 20th March, tenant, if there"be one, or otherwise,; th*I

t. J to lead round the house with Shirtings and sheetings, Lamb's Wool hal I fthe day above mentioned. proprietor, of such privy, shall. forfeit!
uts to off the water-an outhouse Hose &c. &c. :, A. W. THORNTON, Lt. "
carry j i and pay, for every such offence, a suffll
S or brick five feet by four, the roof 25'boxes old Madeira Wine, AM'* Corn'y subtittence.NOTE *' not exceeding 5; and if such tenant I
-No proposals will be received after
d snd }Jaint d. And in Store do not cleanse the *I
or.proprietor Jsan
whole to be completed in a work the 19th March, the day previous .' within time ..to be jupged
l 30 first a reasonable J
If. manner by the first day of October ps. quality cotton bagging, the one limited. Feb. 23; I'
of the after'notiee
20 do. Kentucky do by Major, jjiventti
,; RAN AWAY from the subscriber this
.s 30 coils bale that effect by an officer of, police,
proposals will be received for rope. in Pensacola, some time in to.'bedoi
Whiskey, Pork Sugar, Coffee &c. &c for Mayor may cause same
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P : up the said light-house, within one sale by July last,a negro woman called I .' at the expense aforesaid,to'bi leYICIi
after it,shall be built, with patent I Betty or Betsey as aforesaid." It is recommended to
and t effectors,ten butts for keepihjf ,i F. H. Nisbet.Nov. proprietor and-io tenant 0
every every
oil, and all the necessary apparatus, in 8, short and chunkey, round full I I any house within the limits Vf tljis corporation '
face,heavy sunken of a :
same manner the light-houses ofthe, eyes to avail themselves oftis mc*
I States have been fitted up by 'MJ. 1823tI'I brown her black colour, about 25 years of age* proper-season to attend,strictly:ttf the,pr
not recollected. If delivered
Lewis-the whole to be_ cloathing *
; .r approv 411HE visions, here above mentioned, for "fcj
by the superintendent Payment to be ", dissolved in June 1822, and the firm to Robert Mitchell 'Esq. in Pensacola, 'that, by neglecting; the-same we shou
: when the work shall be 'completed of'' C. Nicalasj! & Co. was dissolved, ii I or Capt.John Simpson, at the. head of the attract, or .eficrease;,and deserve: .eventj!
I :: approved. March 1-tApril 1. March 182371 caving Nicholas solely in Bay, or myself near SfiarU, Alabama, .I I similar "."those _which, befell us duric*

i .5 terestedin, and responsible for both_ firms. will give, iftak.en'jn Pensacola,ten dollars the summer of 182?, .. v .
\\ \1 \\ Cl.\.ll\El\ if within Florida twenty llars,and if beyond"tbi J
i ', :Hubert Jlitchell Esq. P. M of Pensaco The consoles shall carry the ft*"
!' promptly and accurately exc la, is fully empowered to adjust and discharge fifty dollars 'ihave',3u'dotthbut villain t provi i ns.4.mto'eWect; they shall rep<*.
is harboured
';: y cute any writing which miy be con :claims within West Florida, against -' for information which by.: some I' convict, .aw ahyand{ every.,>infractfdn ,thereof _tl*
.t <; to him I be will also .draw deeds,' the firms above named, or agains on can .Any .Mayor,fdr the :remedy andtho, fine to*
for ha her
black whit onring
: of sale, &c. in the most Appropriate' O.:Nicholas individually, and 'to accoun: person, or ; eriforced. > ,
.. !! and on the most reasonable terms; and receipt for*him in alibis various rela .1 will give. one hundred dollars.' "Given. in the Mayor's.Office -

t sol citi the orders of hit friends. lion .atPensicola. Geb. Bo ie. at Penucolathis28tbofFebJ
; '. | October 25 1823-3t Oct.25th 1825.' P. ALBA AfaIcr.
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