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 27, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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-- Published every Saturday # Gl* '. \h' J night and driveihefr, frail: bark out :i: shore. Sharks were very numerous |>f ourish Had not t.'.t' most barren \
to sea, they 'castancor in aoug"h : and large and when discovered \.
HASELL HUNT, for a Pensacola Gazette. I they ;sands of West Florida been yearly
BYV. Journa of an.exPedition to the: surf and i':;by till norning. i' any person wading in the water, :visited by fires they would, a, this

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.rof interior f West Florida, for th e: They arrived, the, next day; about they would, often, chase them with time, have been covered. with
the Lh'softhc United States purpose Ming the seat of go-' ,3 P. M. in the mouth of St. An- such violence as to make the wa- shrubs and plants many of which

ru and of the Territory; of Florida in adAd'ertisements vernmf of t Territory, per-' drew's bay. During this short run, ters foam; when faced with a spear.,are, in Japan and other simelarclimates
Subscription... Five clollJn not a exceeding year formed d jng the months of Octo-I they passed through innumerable howey, they appeared cowardlyand i of the highest possible

"cc. first :.nsertoquire n One her and ovem.ber 1823, by Dor.t.Simmon I shoals of Medusas, they I were at wotfid retreat.St. f value, Our sands are uniformly "
ent insertion Fifty Cents. Larger and J. L. Williams times so thick as 'to imped? the Joseph's Bay opens to the [ incumbent on peats of fine marly

sC in pro ortlOn.yO Commis ouers, appointed qy theLegrslati progress of the,,boat. The caught N. '\T. by a streight, at least 4 or 5 I! clay : mixing these with the sand,
vac9i e Council. here, some red fish and cribs, took miles wide, and to appearance very '-alone, in our moist and warm climate

rEYr, On the oth of Sept. 1823 Mr. in fresh water and prepared to, proceed deep it spreads south eastwardly renders them productive ;
Williams) accompanied by Doct. early in the morning 1 to 6 or 8 miles in width and perhaps :what then would be their produce,
AUhis time when the great pohlAnarlie In St. Andrew- ."Ain Ra-' 25 in depth: it is ,
which rp "pa.f,. CfnH s G. Foster, sailed fl om Yfthl separatedfrom 'ifcultivatcd by the skillful hand of
UC. ,J ivi Jl-ome mingled that the distinctions and commanded by Capt. Allis and bellowed incessantly, during the peninsula, of a simi-circularforrn; In reclaiming a hot sandy soil
night ; and in the females that next the ocean is thrownup
of party names are no steered by a boy named George. morning part no vegetable has been more successfully -
the Editor thinks it The winds were so violent from the were seen nursing astonishing in parellel ridges, about 40 cultivated than the PRICKLY t a'
1 longer known, to that he east, that it was the 5th of Oct. broods of young ones, in il\( poolsof feet above the high tides: the shore GENISTA or AJOVC C Genista iS
scarcely nec.-ssary say and bound before they had passed through the brackish water on shor, This,' is beautifully paved with shells / inosaMajor: Linneus*.)L'Abbe
attarned to no party
js of men ; and at sound, to Pass a Leste, a distance Bay has from 11 to 17 feetof| water amongst which Cockles, Clams Ri zier, the father of systematic '
to no man or set himself that of sixty miles. on the bar, there are two channels, and scollops are most numerous. agriculture, about the year 1787, r
the same time pledges made somewhat difficult of The south end of the is
Gazette while it From an intimate acquaintancewith approach Bay successfully introduced this important r
the Pensacola : by two small islands and :for several miles and filled
hands shall alwaysbe the country about t .e soundof I with plant into use in the sandy ;
his ,
jfnums: in conducted on St. Rosa, and; the ChfJ,.to .\'- many oyster bars, Oysters, and sedge, algae and aquatic! grasses: provinces of Bretagne and Gas-

independently; lican orinciples. hatchie bay, oiieis led to conclude, fish are, here, numerous and good. a large bayou here penetrates thr coine ; in doing this, he hud to
genuine: "pu ) constant endeavor that the Pasf a LVste is of recent The bay is divided into four' principal peninsula, within 4 or 5 rods of tht contend: with the strong prejudices if:
will; bthe
It render his origin and that the Chaclaw- lagoons; the westernmost sea. small crafts might here, at of his countrymen ; but h however .
to paper
of the subscriber, to his hatchie river,-formerly pushed runs parrallel with and atjno'; great high tide, be easily drawn across bad the soil may be" says the Abbe '
.ttS interesting as patrons- through St. Rosa's Sound, into the distance from the gulph.' It is this short portage; after which the\ the Genista has never failed to
and as useful to selection the public of such possible ar- Gulph, at Barrancas.The found, by Mr. Twitchel, to: extend might! navigate the deep bay east of render it fertile," At that time

hlhe and Island of St. Rosa and the within four miles of the )ruanagaMe CapeSt. Blass, into the A11 palatch- much 1f'5SVas known of this plant .
ticles of newss both waters of Choctuwhatcjhie; Bay. icola Bay. The St. will afford than '
of and Peninsula, between St. Rosa' Joseph's at present, yet it was in ashort
domestic, as are importance It receives the Enconfina from the safe harbour of
on commercial Sound and Pensacola Bayare composed a easy approach time spread over the barren 4
of such
the insertion essays and poti th a' of pure white sanda great : mouth, which is said to be a consider for large Vessels. sands thrown up bv the ocean, both
agricultural useful information troporiion of which is siiecious able stream, rising 'near the During the night of the 9th Oct. .n England and France; i !.
subjects\ as may convey rise to salutaryinvestigation. '>ut the shells, deposited by the Chipola, the navigation of the the Boat: lay too near the entranceof In itO MrCtilveU in a memoir *

org'ue. :surf, have by attract n, furnisheda Enconfina is impeded by a natural i' tlu Bay; the wind blew strongly addressed. :>. ::w \c'f'ty' fir thoencourajtm'jritoftht << r..
bridge, about! 20 miles from its from the N.V.. and rendered .
in and small portion of c&7c.rlous matter I -'is, stat rthat, tin
Uver prompt deferd the expressing ht'miaY to'the mass ; to which, it is emhroarhure. The eastern arm of j I their situation very uncomfortable: ad'Ii;i Iron to fertilizing. poor soils,
ready to opinions his '.vholy indebted! for its fertility: the bay is said to extend more than : Wnei morning at length broke, the'Genista serves to Nourish! cows;

adopt on any be subject, calm columns as there is no appearance of vegetable thirty miles, nearly parrallci with they doubled the N. \V. point, that they cat it with avidity, that it ,

will always and open to remains, except, that in St. Joseph's Bay, which it with much difficulty, and after a renders their butter peculiarly yellow w g
dignified cotndipasssonate
: well of tho whodo places where the waves have wash-I approaches. Settlements are commencing pleasant sail oJ'four hours; reached solid, .weet and in abundant .:
munications AS do e ed avathe incumbent sands a on this bay, with tolerable the extremity of Cape St. Blass. quantity.- -Horses- are equally fond e i 'i
not, as And of thos"while he solicits agreewith the peaty substance is found, thicklyset prospects of success. Here the wind left them and they of it, it brightens their hair and t
him. with of On the morning of the 18th Oct. went on shore, collected several strengthens the colts.
of his friends stumps cypress r 4
on .
correspondence science taste and literature which appear to have been our Voyagers sailed :in high, spirits, ncv species of shells, and caught Mr. Cook in his relation:] of St. '
of ,
matters of burnt off close to the ground,whileit : he wind was light 1 but they floated some red and a fine saw fish. Alight Helena, that huge mass of sand t
as well as on topics that no public other was yet a swamp. This peat with the tide, nothing seemed, to breeze springing up about and rock, rendeied forever famousby
interest communications, hopes will be offered, a5bt" consists of pure silec ious sand, obstruct their progress: the sun 4 P. M. they again sailed, amongthe the punic faith of that nation, _
it his to coloured only on the surface, witha darted his rays upon the white, sporting of Porpoises which that tortured to death a great man ,
consider duty
should hesitation.HaseuInt.. vegetable deposition : from whicha sand hills, they reflected l back his: were more numerous here than' in 1 who,.weiLd d'(hejalent, bpo ss s- F
reject them without stronjjfircdfsmaiitleSiU entirely, rays upon the aparkting'cdgNAt19Cnullets i I ,.injHuther part of the voyagt-j jU ,l- sed not the \\"JSdOtTl, tor'BecoTirer' ,' .':..( -- f

/ W and from a-terv'dark brown colour leaped with joy, fiom,;; their : as the sun set, they entered the second Washington, sa s .' St.
renders it vhite like the incumbent element; Porpoises rolled, their Apalachicola Bay, through: the Helena! was abandoned by the t<

" -Pensacola..--- -,-20/fc- '-February- ,rrr 1824.L1TEJL1RT -. sands, Thiough this mass huge backs above the brine, the Indian Pass. Portuguese, on account of its ster- "
PRIZES. of dark and, run innumerable :Medusas floated in myriads here, The entrance of this Bay presen- rilit)". The persevering Dutch-

filmes, peculiar to the peat : and their globular side gleamed with ted to our travellers, a very novel men afterwards, by means of the
In order to render the .\. Y. Mirror the whole B intimately mixed with purple spots & rays there they and pleasant scene. Instead of Genista, rendered the soil fertile,
If Ladis' Literary Gaz. more a kind of bitumen. There are assumed a cylindric form ,and extended the everlasting! white sand banks, insomuch that various grasses have .
interesting and worthy the gene- p1acAha-e this matter appears their films, to catch sustenance which had for several days incessantly I taken root, and what were before
rous patronage which it receives, hard_ into dark sand-stone. from the briney flopd.' Cape : glared upon them, the intense arid plains are now covered with ",
literary FtJse, to a t reflections of light they herds of valuable cattle fat with
and to call into exercise the Through this mass, springs stranger perfectly answers ;
anent of our native writers, the pure water frequently burst and the description. usually : now beheld before them, a beautiful the luxuriant herbage that now -,
publisher offers to them the% following afford ntrovertable evidence, given, of Cape St Bla !lJo Our voyagers .i I slieetof dark blue water, .sprin- carpets the pra'ries.: ;;
: inducements_ : that the sxids'beneath, are uncontaminated had on board neither pilot kled with islets of cabbage and cedar Mr. Calvel states that, one
1st. The first volume of the vith vegetable, and ani- nor-chart, for in the hurry of sailing trees. While St. Vincent's acre of land, sown with Genista, is
M'uror, handsomely bound, and a mal or nvneral substances. On neither could he found. Cape False l Island stretched its shores, waving sufficient to feed a cow' during a
free subscript of the future numbers the north shore of the Sound arc was therefore doubled with exultation r with lofty trees, far to the right, whole year, and that two and a half

for the }bvst written Essay, in often found extensive Iiles of in a rising wind, and St. Jo- I boundless grass meadows; extendedto acres of grass Pl'airicill' do no "

prose; on any subject, politics and oyster, clan awl conch shells ; near seph's Bay was entered with, confidence the north and west. The purple more." -
religion excepted. the' wesleri point of the Peninsula, as the Appalatchicola: ; _all : tint of evening shed its mellowest Mr. Penhanet in 1814; in a memoir !'

2ii, The first volume of the Mirror the arc mlch decayed ; but more day, they sailed with a fair wind, : ra, s over the' whole land- on the. same subject, states .

and a free subscription for fhe l'as w.rlly, they are generally in a and evening,,lodged them on the extensive bcape, and our voyagers, forgot! that, to obtain all the benefits
YC'.irtor the best Amerit an Tale, !high state ofpreservation ; aroundtl grass flats, at the east end I the perils and fatigues of the deep. which the Genista will afford it t

D'il exceeding in Irnglhtwp pages em is, usually accumulated a rich of the St. Joseph's. Ill humour succeeded Night came, and it was soon should be sown early and mowed
of this \voik. soil, which forms hammocks, the exultation of he morning : discovered, that the beautiful Bay before it comes to maturity ; it

3d. The first volume of the Mirror covered with noble oaks, as well as 'and the musquitoes added was better to look at, than to navi should then be bruised-in a mill, .
Sc a free su ",sr.r iPtion for three various other kinds of timber. their humming comfort I to disappointment -'gate. They soon found themselves such as the Tanners use lo bruise
years for the :cl written biogra- :The Penitsula extending betwixt and fatigue I -'mangled among Oyster shoals their bark. One man nay in an hour
, Par: if any V u,:'-is ut chaiacter, ; the Gulph I and Choctow- When morning came, their and had, finally, to lay by till morn- prepare 200 pounds, which \\iU be -
. n+ale orf'II,:.k. hatchie Bay is continually washing first efforts were directed to steer : iugA violent cast wind headed sufficient to feed 25 horses durint"0- =_ -to '
4th. I he: fit volume of( the Mirror away at the Pass aL'este, and into deep water, still expecting : them in the morning and detained a day." But," says the same
and a tree subscription for two St. Rosa! Island is consequently find a passage through the; shore them two days on St. Vincent's writer, I give rny horses four '. '

_ 'years, for the best wr.iicn pastoral e extending length, eastwardly. which surrounded then, in this Island, which they found covered, pounds in the morning and as muchin

. Ode or Song, not exceeding sixty Bar's*of sand and marshy shoals however they were disappointed.The in general, with pine timber inter- the evening, because they are
. lines. I It arc evidently extending i i.ito, the tide at length left) them on presed with swamps and on the rather small, and larger quantity- -
To he addressedpost, paid) to bayybolh from the southern Peninsula the southern shore of the Bay; a ."east end, extensive marshes.To would heat them too much." He
t the l publisher cf the Nrw York and from the northern shore. fire was kindled, fresh wafer obtained be Continued. thinks it equal to oats, for fatten-

I Mirror, No 23 Liberty street, before Towards the east end of the bay, and, while breakfast ;was cooking ing beasts, and much better to .
r tire 1st day of :May next,
1- : by the writer's naive, the.river i is principally deposited and examined; the sand hills or rid- Mr. Editor, | If the Genista be ,sown in September

; in a separate sealed paper, which the shores can scarcely be approached ges were ascended on the southern It is frequently remarked, that and October, with any kind _
) viII not be opened, unless, Iv except at the mouth of shore and a broad expanse of the lands of\V e')Fitrid are of no of winter grain, it may be mowedin

.: wives to be the successful: candi- sorrje considerable stream. It' is Ocean met the eye, without\ a sin- value, and incapable of improvement. December, the roots will be-
:t d il?. \ not improbable, that this hay mayat gle Island to diversify :the view. I think the idea is erroneous; firmly fixed during the winter and

t The I merit of the pieces to be de- ome ,future period, be This could not, then, hfA! the Apalachicola if I shall be able demonstrate no longer require any attention,
i .CtMby the following literary gen- wholly drained ; the Choctawhatchic and sober reflection: soon that it is so, it may have a tendency i farther than to mow it while it continues
. ''!'C": nrn of this city.-R eVe Hooper river would then pour its convinced them, that they must encourage experiments in Agriculture tender ; it will thus afford

i IItt'1inming, Johnstone Verpluncu, : torrent directly into the Gulph. retrace their steps, and get out which can do no possible crops. for' thirty years in succes- j

J 3 D. Fay, William Safnp-. That point of land, which lies at of St. Joseph's as thY. got in: harm and may be a means of redeeming 510n. ;
: son, \V. H. Maxwell. the junction of the Choctawhatchiebay some success in shooting birds, our soil from an unprofitable The early cutting is necessary _
1 States, and the St. Rosa Sound,will, together with; a warm breakfast, waste, and many of our mistaken on account of the small spines i

3 ) to the promotion incase. of a maritime war, becomea presently restored them to good inhabitants from a desperate which _surround the stork, these
I fcet-icau. Literature, wijl please Ito i very important station ; and in humour and till the tide;; rose they indolence, alike fatal to the morals become hard thorns when the plant "
)0 f)lve the abo.-e one or more insertions time : of peace, it is admirably amused themselves in exploringthe and interest of society. Or, if our is in blossom, and become still "
t I situated fora place of business, extensive peninsula,,which surrounds present inhabitants shall be foundto harder as the seed ripens : a mode.
rj -- when:the back country shall once the south and west sides of be more irreclaimable' than the rate crop cut in season, from an
Nitre Hall 1 Gun Powder. become settled. the Bay, the interior half of whichis : soil, we may at least encourage amore acre of ground,is equal to two ton

da : UE Subscriber, agent for the properi- On: the 6th October, they sailed low, intersected with alligator laborious set of citizens to! of hay. ;

: th ton l will! be constantly supplied out of the bay, with a light breeze ponds & covered with bushesSc trees. 'purchase and improve the lands The above directions are.particu- .
i4 Powder .descri P Lion:; the quality oHhisA and coasted, alon g a shore, which there they first saw the. cabbage we have hitherto despised.Nature early applicable to horses and cattle '_
It qutl.lf not 1&well su known, it is made warranted in thff c- appeared more like the snowbanks, trees, though they are, said to grow has never formed a soil, stabled which is found by all
c United States,aitd far above London Tow. of the north than a body of land, I about the Lagoons of St Andrew's. j. t) which she has not adapted our Agricultural Societies, to be "-
IC tr"";LIl Proof,be Co wy dealers and retailers autumn ; when evening came, I I Ithpv Perriwinkles and Mus Jes, of an j!'vegetables. If every vegetable does the most profitable mode of keeping ,
su,pplied. on advantageous terms.Nisbet. ,had scarcely coasted twenty eno rmous size, were found in this I'not grow on the soil proper for its j I them : when they are permitted,

s I'I F. H. miles+ ; but fearing that the land j Bay and ,clams were ,seen at some_j.nourishment, the fostering hand of however, to range the fields, especially ,
-2 -tf breeze might freshen during the 1) considerable distance from the I.man is alone necessary, to make it t in winter, they will crop the '- _

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tender Gcnista and keep it in a A Madrid article of Dec. 30, latire to the affairs of the Greeks. power may be multiplied )ad infinitum fence; and a third paraded .

state proper for food ; such as s its, it is no longer a matter of A passenger in the- Marcellus arrived and the expense o working I'the main street. The till th rq. d

might escape will of ,course proc loubt that something of some moI I here yesterday from, Gibraltar, it, compared with the steam I not expecting such visit '

duce seed) this is enclosed in' a t nent has transpired at Lisbon ; which he left on the 20th ult.statesthat engine, will save nine :part /out of{: prepared to,.give them the .,

pod, which bursts when ripe and I put we have 110 particulars. The intelligence had|been receivedat ten. The original cost w 1 like- tion they deserved, and the tttj

throws the seed to a considerable I II last posts brought neither papers that place the day preceding, of wise be comparatively small, and deliberately walked to the ..

I distance. t lor letters. Gen. Sih'r} ra is In re important successes;! obtained by it is applicable to every pufpose to before the business of loid.
The Genista forms an excellent i.n quality of ambassador from his the Greeks. All commerce on the which steam can be appled.': A i priming could be attended to,*

hedge fence ;-for Jjhi* purpose it Most Faithfull\tajesty. Black Sea had been (suspended, inconsequence patent has been taken out f>r Eng- '

j should) be sown on a moat four feet Tbe2d_ corps of the French army of restrictions laid on land, and those for Scotland and From the A-r. Y. Evening P09t

broad, and carefully preserved from af Occupation was entering France foreign vessels h}' the Porte since, Ireland are in progress aid then F/'Jrida.-A gentleman rest "

any kind of cropping the first year; an,, its return from Spain. San the return of its flee; to the D'arda- completed, the engine will be exhibited at: St. Augustine, and who from d Dt

the second it will need no defence. Miguel, the ex-minister, & several nelles. A ship load d with coffee, to the public. : official situation he holds the

To break off the top buds in March, :Spanish officers of distinction, arrived Sec. valued at two millions of Pi- : and.having travelled through

will make' the plant hranch 08'I I at Bayonne. San Miguelwas asters, had arrived to.i at Constantino- D\l I"E Tic.11' territory of Florida, is well tF

i latterally and render the hedge grievously wounded, in one of pie from Arabnd,:the- cargo was :\ MONROE, (says tlie National fled to give correct inform aq

thicker : it will in two or three the last engagements in Catalonia.. selling on government account.- Gazette,) has announcec his intention respecting this part of the Uni

.nears, rise to near twenty feet, in The French army have caused the The Greeks continued, to capture to retire from office at the end writes us as follows, on the 27

height. 'life of this distinguished man to be all Turkish vessel?, several of of the next session of Cmgress.ROBBERY. ult. :- -

'This is one of many plants cal- respected, and would not allow him which, richly laden,,:; had fallen Into ; "Tho land commissioners

.,. culated to render a soil like ours to share the fate of the gallant their hands.TUNI 1 .-\V e learnthat j a rob- pointed 'at the last'session ofgress cot

fertile, while, at the same time, it Riego, Several Spaniards of considerable '. bery was committed onthe e personof who had been for so

0 yeilds a crop useful to the farmer. distinction, were expected Advices from Corfu of the 18th Mr. Finn, a pedlar, alone\ of the length of time engaged in recehin

.. There are many others to which 1 shortly to arrive a: Bayonne.Ten .- January, confirm the intelligence gambling shops in this tillage last numerous claims to land, have

shall call the attention of my fellow, Spanish officers, landed from respecting a rupture between the week. He had taken lodgings at last begun to decide, and consider.at

f citizens, should you not find more Carthagena at Marseilles, and : British and Tunisians, on accountof the house of an acquaintance, and able claims to some very valuablt
for columns forced to quit the latter the capture by -the latter of the
important matter your were during the evening become somewhat lands have been confirmed to tht
,. in the course of which I hope to place by the public authorities, Greeks, who were on board a vessel intoxicated, ana* falling a- holders in fee, and many of lhetl

demonstrate that the soil of West and to proceed to Alancon, passed bearing the Maltese flag. Our :)aleen, was robbed of his pucKe.r .can be had at fair prices-indet

Florida is not wholly useless. through the town of Clermont.By last accounts stated! that the cap- booK, containing upwards of such is the povcuj""ru_ Kni/t...

P. -+- tured had ben put to death : they S1800. Three persons have been that they would_ be willing to- sel

A particular description of this plant the ship Howard, arrived at New. arc now spoken of, however, as being arrested and examined, and the at very low rates, to obtain reli
shall appear hereafter. York from Havre, papers have been received The British fleetat '
v- \n slavery. proof of their guilt being deemed Capitalists who may wish' t
in that from Paris, dated 16th
V\l\"EIGX. January, containing city London dates of the Malta, after forming a junctionwith sufficient, they w ere committed for invest their funds this way, wi

y 12th and Madrid of the 6th January. We e'eral'csselslin the i Levant, trial. Their names are, Hall reap manifold benefits ; othe
NEtiv-YOitli, Feb. 20. extract the following' from the New-York had sailed for Tunis, under the Johnston, and Butterfield. The of medium means and of indus
the arrival of the ship EveningI'ost of the 2d instant :- command of Admiral Sir Graham
ti By packet latter, though a mere youth, is a trios habits, by turning their in
Montano Capt. Smith, from Havre The King of Spain has issuedone Moore, who was to remain on thatstation hardened and accomplished vil terests this way, will find

and at Philadelphia of the brig of those silly and impolitic until the demands his government lain. He had been discharged mild climate, and a soil producinthe

Moro, from Bordeaux, we lave advices decrees, in reference to were complied with- from our county gaol but a few valuable staples of sugar, rice
from Paris the 11th of SOUTH AMERICA, Oil this the
to intelligence reaching days previous to the perpetration sea island cotton, indigo, orange:
January inclusive.: Spectator. which have been so frequently promulgated Tunisian vessels composing of in
part the robbery. The money has lemons and limes, the greates
ENGLAND. I during ,his imbecile : of the Turkish squadron, they immediately not been found. abundance, and other riches tha

": '' The London dates are two days. reign. By this decree he abolishes ; abai.-doned, the latter in Roclir8terTelegraph Feb. 10. have laid dormant for years. \Vt

later than were before received. what never existed in the colonies the- Gulf- of- Lepanto- to hasten to begin (on a small scale) to establish

The Courier of the 7th Jan. the constitutional sjstem ; : the succour of their' sovereign. At Extract rf a letter dated. a vineyard in the Alachua dis
,...., states,(, that a messenger from orders the inhabitants there to Constantinople this' affair had created "NEW PORT, (Ten.) Feb. 12 1824.I trict and we/look with great confidence -
France had landed at Dover froman Te Deum fo the AlmighPt.tfurm i sensation. It ..
a great : cannot am sorry to inform you there is to have our own wine and
open boat. He is said to have ty for the preservation of Us person but prove a favorable diversion for at this time a mortality prevailing : our own oil in a few years. We
been the bearer of and family ; disbands tie ima- the Greeks.
in this neighbourhood,more alarm know that our climate gives us a
which: wcie. immediately sentoff tot ginary constitutional militia ; suppresses FRANCE.
ing than any disease have ever decided advantage over Louisiana,
,' London. The crew, in answer to the convents, which tin Several Spanish officers who arrived seen; though not supposed to be for the making of sugar ; the fros

i !\ numerous questions, stated that patriots had long ago clout ; and at Bordeaux,(are said to have contagious. The subjects of it are (and that very slight) seldom making ,

11 the fleet had sailed;" but it was finally declares it to be hii royal heen thrown into prison there, a- attacked with chills and pains, its appearance here until late

i i not known whether they alluded pleasure that persons holding offices mong' whom San Miguel; is mentioned become delirious and die in from in December, and very often not
to the fleet intended 'against SouthAmerica. not created under the consti- -Gen.-Guillcimnot was to''
CI 8 to 36 hours. It has hitherto till Jannaryr when the cane are
<. tution (of which none were in existence embark at Toulon for Constantinople -. entirely baffled the skill of the taken care of; whilst in Louisiana
SPAIN. ) should retain them, provi- about the end of January. In-
( Physicians of this neighbourhood they are obliged to get through
The fj'omladrid is to the ded their conduct had not rendered had been received Pa-
news telligence at
-11 presons have died out of four grinding by the,first of December,
: 31st of December. The long expected them unworthy ; with this exception ris of the death of Victor Emanuel, small, families, in the neighbour making a difference in favor of this

decree of amnesty was ..saidto however, that every office King of Sardinia: ; and that the hood of the farm on PidgeonRiver, climate of at least a month. I
be in the It is also said which )has been vacated by the dismissal the ;
press. Pope was on recovery.GERMANY. about miles from this placfe-one short, I can assure, you, there i
: that the four following exceptions or the unjust removal of the .
case only has yet occurred in thisvillage. not a country holding out greater
'f, :, will be stipulated 3 1. The officers person who filled it, shall be restored The credit of the Ausf?ian pub- ." f inducements to settlers than this;

of the Isle of Leon of the rank of to him, if he demands it, in lic funds is stated, in accounts .. I ,they can with prefect safety make

i t Captain and :above. 2. The persons preference to the person who may from Vienna to have risen im all LADY HESTER STANHOPE.-Fre purchases, without making new!

who signed the deposition of have taken his place." commercial places, since the ter- quentlyarrests our attention, when embarrassments and litigation."
tho Kiiijr at Seville. 3. All tin mination of the In
Spanish war. we look over files of English,*iewspaners. .
t Municipalities who urot laiaieil the TtisistaleJ In the London na- l\uvarin aomc secret society had
r The bioersohy.. of thiaiady I Three Comets were seen at Lexington -!
Constitution before they were author pers that an expedition of 26 vessels been discovered hostile to the go- would exhibit.a.as wonderful a Jvy. in the month of Jan

slad so do,to" by the King. 4. of war was fitting out at Brest, vernment, and a large mass of pa- phenomenon, as any, character of last ; they were all visible at the

,, The ,members! of the minority of of which 8 were, ships of the .line, pers seized, which had led to the the present age, Bomparte himselfnot same time. A writer the Western

the Cortes, who at Cadiz, voted 5 large frigates, of a new model, i apprehension of a considerable excepted. She is related to Monitor concludes lib remarks on
against the liberty'of' his Majesty.It carrying 68 guns each, 4 fiigates number of :
.. I persons. the late Lord Chatham, and nieceof them as follows. The star-gazers,
is expected that theic will soon of the ordinary class, 4 brigs; and letters had also been, addressed to William Pitt, late prime Minister who consider Comets as' the harbingers -
be another decree making various 5 corvettes : and that the utmost the Elector of Casscl, in consequence of
England. Whtt should induce of ill, can probably tell us
.. exceptions: and regulations as to activity prevailed in the Dock oC which ''he had issued an this lady, living in feg: full what signal calamities we are now

those whu composed the conslilutionil Yards, the workmen being kept ordinance,. offering a pardon to all blaze of English fashiorflPB turn to expect. Those, who; supposed
1 army. employed even on Sunday. hut the writer of; these letters aiid !
I her back forever on .lie tomb of the late warm weather to be
The latest article fl'omlacla'Ul Spain is described, in letters produced
such had
as not committed overt- her
illustriousP arent. and all the by the two first, can probably
I :
., ; is of Dec. 31st. which says, great from Madrid of the 6th Jannar)', to acts, who would reveal on oath, e- splendors of the cro.vded' metro- : explain how it is that the third

clunks have !been made in all the be in a frightful condition-Persecution very thing they;; knew relative to.I. polis, her friends and ,connections, should make it so extremely,cold.,

embassies ; none of the ambassa- robbery and murder pre- the members and objects of secret renounce the religion of her ancestors ,
dors at their ports are changed, vailed throughout, and at Madridthe political associations.
and become the chief of a Cozy Pox.-The Physicians of]
but the others have received clergy were
new intriguing to retain GREAT BRITAIN.
; wandering horde of Arabs New Haven
amongst greatly to their credit -
..' destinations A paragraph of the the power of government in Letters had |been received in whom she lives at the pre- have taken on themselves the
preceding day gives indicationsthat their own hands, in defiance of the London, from Brazil of Nov. 14th, I
sect dayVhat.. secret impelling i task visiting house in the
.. the ministry were alrcad} newly appointed ministers, wh ch stating that the Emperor was pre- motive could have accomplishedin I place, for the every of performing -
rapidly appro tching t'-.ei1' down had caused the order for the most paring an expedition, to be com- a female mind suck wonderful purpose
a : a thorough vaccination. The
all.-=The pot of Casu Irujo, who active prelates t' leave Madrid. It manded by Commodore: Ta) for, to revolution ? All travellers, : attended for

was removed on the! 1 p ea of indiSPosition is also stated that the whole of the take possession ;;o' the Portuguese who have been admitted to an interview I pooraie nothing.
is fired interim hy1.. new ministry had determined on Colonies in India. with I
lady, describeher A northern
contains the
Jleredia, and the of Don resigning if the decree of Extract paper
; presence amnestywas of a letter dated Havre,
as happy coutentcd without
I following defend the
receipt to
Victor Saez :Madiid not in few '
at presents published a days ; 16.
the slightest thought or wishto of house from the and
a weather
chances of the of and tnat the French Ambassador "
new probability If to the surplus[ stock of cotton return to her natvit land. from fire.uTake.
the dis-uission of the ministers who at Madrid had received despatches' ascertained to be in Englandon Bultimon
[ Chronicler
sr I are solely upheld by foreign (liplouacr. from Paris directing him to on the last of December, we add one measure of fine sand,

I ''I The king has given definite urge Ferdinand to fulfil the promises that in the ports I of the Continent, To two measures of wood ashes well
guard against the introduction
sifted, three of slackened lime
orders for the and he had made on this '
archbishops I subject. the whole stock; in Europe on the of the
bishops, who since his arrival in TURKEY AND GREECE.The first instant would amount to near I small-pox Savannah ground up with oil ; laid on ,with a
board of of
health that painter's brush : first coat thin
his hlnoe( ked there surrender of Corinth and ,
capital, to 500,000 bales, or at least 200,000 city all "
requite vessels from and second thick.
return to their diocesses. The the raising of the siege of :\Iiss p- more than was estimated in the coming
the ports of New York, Philadelphia I painted on a board with this
disUandonment of the constitutional longhi, ae fully confi. med. The Liverpool circulars of
September or Baltimore to come to at mixture, and it adheres
\ troops continues, but there is Turkish fleet off the latter place is 1'822.Vhat effect this so strongly
I Five Fathom, and there remain to the board that it resists iron
difficulty in organizing the Royal stated to have fled on the i will have an
appearance on prices
jou, we until they receive authority to pro- tool, and put thick on a shingle
army. A military conscription is of a considerable Greek art unable to but this side
f say, on ceed to the city. resists! the
operation: of fire. I used
talked and it is said fleet. Coloctrini
; oc, that thc'Dukr was beseiging of the water, it) appears to us, that of
del Infunlada, a member of Patras, which pL-.ce had made proposals before long thejresult of such a discovery At the last circuit* Court for remains a part is in an the iron mixture what
the Commission charged with this to capitulate, but the terms I cannot doubtful.' In the pot ; water
pe Cayuga County, N. Y. the case of has lain on the mixture for
subject; has already proposed a were rejected by the Patriots. An, mean time ourrates:' are yet at from Parnel Moody vs. Elijah Baker, time without some
project for such conscription. expedition had been ordered with 29 to.31 for Louisianafair to good excited penetrating the substance
a peculiar interest. The which
The capital is tranquil, but the out -lelay by the Greek govern-. -and 25 to 28J for Uplands, ordi- Cayuga Republican it concerned is as hard as a stone.

roads are infested with robbers I ment to proceed against ,the Turkish nary to good. i: Some Tennessee the says
a of
Indication of Bordeaux, states that forts on the north side of the and Alabaman i have been sold re lady, which had been slandered young a letter f ram a member

,;. five French soldiers, forming 'partof Gulf of Lepanto. The inhabitants cently at 24$ t9 25. Good Pernam-. der peculiar circumstances. Special un- i of Mobile.Congress to a gentleman in

the troops serving for escort t o of the coasts of the Gulf of bucos are at 32$ to 33.
damages were laid in the. loss of
i .. the treasury-wagons, on their Volo, had again raised the stand Coffees have* gone down again, marriage between the and WASHINGTON 1th Feb. 1824.
plaintiff Pensacola
-I S road to France, have been stopped ard of insurrection, and cut to pieces and appear also to be on the decline the son of the defendant. ;After will unquestionably bu
near, Alcovenda, and stripped even some Turkish corps, who had in all the other principals investigation along the naval Depot of the South, but
during which whether it
to the shirt. Tin1 fanatics are notat marched against them. Accountfrom markets Europe. the defendant can be effected" thin

rest though it is said they have Constantinople of the lot h P. S. By accounts just received the truth made of no attempt to winter,depends upon the receipt' of

( ceased their ,,vociferations against December, acknowledge that the from England!I, it appears that the the prove jury found a verdict the words,for laid, information called for from the
I the liberals ;- but they direct their fleet which the Captain Pachahadbrought sales Cotton last week at Liver plaintiff for the Naval Department, I do not knoitf
the back with him amountedto amounted' one thousand four, but hope the Secretary will have its
complaints against>> govern'I pool, have 1 only to about hundred and fifty dollars
I menttwhich has not rewarded the only 15 vessels, which were in 3,600 bales, with, a reduction of! fair and costa in his, power, to enable us' to act
warning to
this session.-Mer.
,i sacrifices which they pretend to a bad condition. This had in prices.

have made towards its restora caused a number meetings of the I .... the .

f : tion. Divan, which had given rise to several It is stated in a late London pa Bears 26th made of January, threearge The Ship Manhattan, on btl'
Barcelona is One appea.ranceIn passage to N. York, came in COL-
I $ perfectly tranquil. reports. account says per that an engine-has been con the '
... The demolition of the that had been village of Chambly, near tact with a ship or brig in tle
convents, a new expedition ordered structed, whi h will' produce a sortof Lake ?
i which was begun under the Constitutional ; another that the Reis Ef- revolution in mechanics' it will Champlain. The first wasseen night of the 7th Jan. in which she

I : Y I I system, in order to formsquares fendi had had conferences with the supe cede altogether the'; use of afternoon between in the 3 and 4 6'clo of k in the sustained some injury. The uc

I in different parts of the British Minister, and that the steam, and may be termed an at-. Hatt garden Samuel known vessel disappeared, and.. it
Esq another
"w : city, is pursued with activity. ; Porte, began to take his, advice re- mosphcric r S I',ressure Engine ; ''its: ; was observed was feared that she wp"rl. '.(
endeavoring to
get over, a garden With all on t.*'>rdJ1f b. Ctn: h'rq.
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guards, some mounted on camels and bring r pang.,to the pareD T bosom, I give'some paragoric to two- of her \If We arc requested to. state that the _

A AURDAY. horses and others on foot all armed, with.- who may brought! to endure the I I children affected with colds, sent f Rev. Mr. Cook will preach, at the CourtHouse
JjI bows and arrows and spears. ,to-morrow service will
mortifying1 reflection that the for t ; commence
some to a neighboring store, .
=. MAllCII 27.S. which,' entered we found: .a some large difficulty forest,in through travel- daughter!!' love, and the.child I where she had been in the habit of at at halfpast hdfpast3 11 O'Clock O'Clockm'the in'the forenoon afternoon., and. _

-ratulate our. fellow I ling, and approached a 'very high mountain -,: loC.his hopes i i, is to become a* nursing : purchasing medicines. By the j1 MARRIED, this city on Sunday last, '. 1
e Co now ; when. we' soon found that we were mother to a race ofor mongrels : mistake of the clerk, Ia.udanumvas tby the Rev. M!. Maenhaut, DOCTOR -

on the opportunity i iltJleci not far from 'the place ,of resort of tHe mulattos. : sent instead of paragoric, and ad THOMAS B. BELL, of the U. S.army,to Miss
!uheniof attending a place0fDivire i isffo Lions and for the
prepared combat. ;The I ministered. The fatal Mint Jtmruixx! (oilS BIRO.X, Daughter of
"orslup every Sabbath ; j elephants seemed unwilling to approachthe I conse- the late Capt C. Le Baron of this city.PORT .
,_ _
which should be rock, and stood with their trunks extended From the National: Intelligencer. quences were, that an interesting I I IJd

anriered 0portUfl1tY it'aua! :>]c by every in thejair( for some time, when the Messrs Editors. j girl of twenty months old, died in

llajah offered two hundred Rupees as a reward the: space of eighteen hours, and
22dhn'and! which has htreto- I have been thinking,) and you _
for the valor of any footman who
: the of three
youngest a boy
almost entirely \\ithheld should dare to?<;,:end the back. part'of the may readily'judge JUrith how much ;
months old lies ill
fjrb the zealous; and dangerously
rock,and force tlur royal beasts from their satisfaction upon "
from ibis useful labours of Editors. with little hope of recovery.
uS.Re". Mr. Macnhaut. the lurking places; was readily accepted you

'f Catholic Church in I by four Ar five, who being well! armed Surely, Since. the world l began,
nrof with bows-and arrows, swords, lances and ( From the wV. O. Com.Intelligencer.
pastor for few Sundays never was' there so able ahd necesa-
C1t y, has |! a cutlasses set out on their perilous expedi. March 13.
this r ached in French and tion Not loTlg after they had left us, our ry a body of men .I N9 questioncan COTTON"!-The market has been more

paSte: 1'. hp altcrflathl h' ; am! we unjJJtand ears were assailed by a most tremendous arise, be it never so!complicated flat this week than the last, or during the

intends to continue I his mariig of wild beasts, and the men soon but you are ready to unravel season, which i is owing in part to the late

.d this \\"e have ourselves hiad* their appearance on the clifts, making it : no emergency in our national, unfavorable news received from Liverpool.At PKJTS.WOLJL
in to us tlwt they had withroyaltigcrsasWell make but few alterations
bbors I I signals met present we
affairs but what counsel t -
and much 1 can
were your _
attended, i ) lions. It well
as was then from our last rates, although aware

ratified ; 'his delivery is mild andand proposed to Ration four elephants on each extricate us ; if Congress are at a of a decline the article (gem rally speaking ,I Sch. Tom Shields ARRIVED., Forsyth, New-Or- _

r crt.5ting, his sermons moral, flank, with eight men well armed on each, loss, you can start themafresh, ) of half cent per Ib. The transactions leans, Merchandize, Groceries, provisions
10 : in the castles on their backs this the Secretaries blunder of this week have been in j _
guasiu- and instructive ; and ; was a- you can i principally i and public stores to Stone & Nisbet, F.'Pasquier .

pes entirely free from bigotry greei to, rand the) were, accordingly so expose them ; and ifthc) President Louisiana and Mississippi. middle qualities I II. Ahrcns and the Quarter _
being arraied. I was\'itetby the Rajah to at near our rates ; there have also
; himself only shut his hand he shall Master.
and sectarian denunciation, and remai with him, in the castle on his elephant been sales in 1'ennesseeand North Alabama -
William Barker Nickels Matanzas
inoffensive to all religious which was in the, centre, that I be called Fool, though-he has IQng prime, at our q'tOtations and even a coffee, molasses, lime, juice and, fruitto -

equallY we think that he might have a full view of the sport. Every served in ,the highest public stations : shade higher; for choice.. The few trans Mr.Carpenter and the master on board .

nominations f..;J tocflVrct much Rood.caVe thing being in readiness, a signal was ; Sc Traitor; tho' hit shed, his' actions in Mobiles were chiefly in the bet 'Sch. Bachelor, Reilly, Mobite, Merchandize -

\not have been also highly pleas- made to the men, who immediately discharged blood for our independence. Even ter kinds at our rates,including i a few balesat and groceries to Stone and Nisbet .,. '

Sacred music a flight of arrows from the clift, boys without beards ca'n' do these a little over. J. C. & C C. Keyser and John Shcriff on
td.by the [addition i which started four large black lions:: who Bagging, Sch. fhx &hemp, 2Q a 23 board. 1

to the services, and on that subject, came out towards us with great fury ; se-, great things. So soon a they commence Kentucky, 16 a 18 U. States Tr.msport-Amc1b, Baker,

refer our readers to the communication Tt-ral ot the men fired killed one and Printers, they sball' come out Jalerope, northern (1 Ib.; ) 8a 9 N. Orleans,.public stores, to the Quarter '

Handel, hoping that those ounded two ; now commenced the terrible upon us in sume long columns, Kentucky, 5$ a 6$ Master. V

: the choir will contest. One of the wounded lions,- showing that Congress, the Ju- Cotton, La. &. .Miss fine, 19 a 20 dull. ": Schr. Henrietta, Quigglcs, N. Orleans,
vho now compose caiiic with much rage towards the elephant .1 good, 17 a 18 "I .t
!ticiary aud the I :: :: ":!) trtJ. Marcos Tio. *
and that they! may be which I and *. alH'XUUtl'f I
persevere on was, we \'er ue- I gil. fr, 15 a 16 |j ] CLEARED, .
encouraged, by being joined by:all ired by tin. 'Kajah not to (fire on :li.r... : im- State( ... (.Tuvernmems besides, are fair, 14 a 14J >> Scno; nerTom Shk-lds, Forsyth,N.Orleans I '
vho have the talents and acquirements : I, less he bhouid seize: the trunk, of the r' : ut-*('J. -..Ji.1vrong, and! tpey them-
necessary to render them pliant, or spring wards tfic c-istle cr. ; > :; v.-lvtv. ouly:; i liogeti-icr! right.iMs infer.. 11 a 124J 1.0 Wm. Barker, Nickels, Blakely ', '
back ; on Ins appr-.udi: the :""... Mobile or S. Alabama, 13 14 sales
: a
sagacious pr
in so laudable ; at first thiiught Schr. Trial S? nl-i, St. Marks, com,
capable nial held his trunk as h'ghis he coo! '., :..- tH1Y' ape 2d qllaJ. 11 a 12$ > g cotton and hides to M. Simon, on board. D'
aid pleasing an employment. til his antagonist canvj witlun: his :'.... ;'.! ,.' "r marvrllousiy, unaccounlaI 3d do. 10 a 11 55; -------- ""'"'
I .
The Rev. Mr. Cook also, a. Methodist when he immediately: struck him wts : But st>.ne pedple j may Fenn.&N., Alabama: pr. 13 a 14 sales Notice.The -I

,has for a short time past, much violence, the b-ittle continued tor I --\ that o.d Fuiistus Id alt with 2d qual. 11 a 12 ; =: members "
some tune, but 11i elephant by Ins r- 3d. do. 9 a 10 3-5 the Catholic congregation ,
preached in the Court House ; and I ;ii.' Devil, or ttiht, like I Rosintrui are invited to meet on
j'eated and well directed, tlm" !Jad: tiiei'ou Wednesday
will continue to do so occasionally* ':' dead at his feet. Av."Iv: lio. vs he possessed some grand next the 31st. inst. at 8 o'clock, A. M.

notice will be : whirli left brethn aJO U 1\t 5.ON in the back part of the Chapel, to proceed f
of which due given. wounded in the loins, vh.ch so far .li.vj- v.'rret. ne. .to hjs- n : I.i. to.the election of five for .;
-----L--- -s-a bied him that we venture I tu aprc iclj: !H' which,,m the sight otuv j ol picaa'i -, managers- one -' f
-60:11: u.ic.i'i'. "'S. nt'arto: the him, aid he \\ .>.'ls )<,ii d;;pitc.ieu p. immer and printing press s, IN SENATE. year.Les mcmbres tIe la congregation les \
by arrows t.ic.t'.K.r,4'.cii. h't; the-i
--r '- i'H'Y come' intuitively to this pro- Feb. 27. Catholics sont invites a se r unir mecred
the Pensacola Gazette.' returned home Mid i otn.iiciced tne spoils fef
For of the c\'enil1ti. d.g'.ous knowledge. It is wonder- Mr. Smith, from the Committee prochain, le 31em. du Courant 8 heures fef.

MR. HUNT. v"T 4.- ;u. io Dt'tO.L<< them. In Europe, on Finance, reported the bill from du mitin, dans la sacristie de la Chapelle.pour .
much pratified to perceive that '
I am a proceder a Telection de
cinq mar
number of ladies and gentlemen: have From theVery- ,.:(.'':''''71 Herald. the political economists, after the house of representatives, making i tri uiliere pour le.term d'un an. 4

formed a choir for perfcmning'ocal and I n"".. 1,-r.L..L41&.JIi ? ) '.;.:. ...)\.1 .\'U-. r,'. 'ndnj years patient investigation: a/z/1 ro/z na tio'1.i for the military P. ALBA, Mayor. ,

instrumental music in our church. This .. .. Crawford's j pll i, \ for civilizing of sii'.h subject-", will, at last, venture service, of the United States,for they'dr March 27th 1824-tf. 1 1i i

ring circumstance by the is total rendered absence still of more sectarian grat- the India-is, I by inlcrMiarry'iij: ; ;.; r.i give to the world the result 1824 without amendment. To the Citizens of Pensacola. W|

;1 f their labours But state motion of Mr. SMITH the .
divisions. wit'i the' whit s, and aOULS l1at m t.ng' any pn --
To hear Catholics an-1 Protestants t heir t11otj'PII upu-.vs, SUCH question when you may, or Senate, as in committee of the I. THE SUBSCRIBER : t;

tnitmg their voices in praising: that Alnigfoy to be going into practical! i upf ratinit :'a.ne 1 fioin abroad when it will, whole, Mr. BRANCH in the chair, PROPOSES TO OPEl ,

: Being who is the object of adoration in this state. (.)ru of i ;c Ii'hu.ns .,ur e.htors are able to treat it proceeded to the consideration of AltE IN THIS ClTf,
with\ all sects and mtions, is pccul.ar- _
;icntiicalyt! without the least this bill.After.
ly pleasing1. Although the mus c has done educated 'at the school: in; Cornwall : 1111NG 1uo\1
has been f.romeuirttiion.i It must be con- some debate on the different ,
much credit to the perfop.ii-is stll the lately. marneJ to a r vspertable -
much clti-tctl: then that some how or items it moved that the If sufficient encouragement be obtained -
choir might be impnned by an addition young white IVi: )ale of was ,

to its number, and such pusoisusfeel : tha! *, place, anil a (ew days f si'ict1 other, you; are gifted / 'pernaturaljt bill be pustpotiedtill Monday next, established thereto,
object disposed are earnestly to assist requested ill so hiurlabli to join the an passed through: this tow (HI Mis} : ; and, that it would ':.be best for and made the order of that day.- IF supplied with files all will the be most immediately inter-- -

choir. j' way to the south. lie is said to 1 IKof ,& i,, that }'immediately take all Tl'is motion was agreed to. estingpapers, and with the principal Reviews '

HANDEL. ;!ie Ches-dk-e or Choctaw trib.'. ', 'ir concerns, moral, political, and March 1. and Magazines, published in the

and of fulliooii.! : The ana.ITj.jh'i ,' :igious into }'tJur echtsive direc Mr. BARBOUR submitted the United States ; and subscribers will be allowed -

Ifr. Eri'/or--I shall ever conceive thatit uon. i will not that thus we to use, in the room, the books be-
took I j
pluce without the consent tithe say following resolution, which was longing the Pensacola .
i is a duty enjoined on every Aim-ru-an, fatliearid j ) lull have angels in the: shape of circulating
othi'r "
fir*.! to expose the true dements our COHIJCXKof unanimously adopted : brary. ,
I najjonal! confederacy ; seeo'iclK, his at- the VOBII: lady, who are s'-i-o.- 1.1cn to' govern, us: seeing this Resolved, That the Senate will THE HEADING ROOM to be kept in '

tent on should hi: ill wmlh' (lr.l WI1 to the to be of espttabk slandi-.: :! I would be to contradict {Mr. Jefferson attend the funeral WILLIAM[ LEE the rear of the Rook Store, in the room '

internal policy! of'irs iv".u-ctie; state or I''society, bUvas effected throu: but I dare say that you will! BALL, late a member of the Houseof now will be occupied as the Clerk's Office, and
section of country Midi pri'icipli's will! think [this will do on the 15th of April '
the i so yoursl'lycsand
j instrumentality of the mother; from the state
Representatives next
not. only give accurate anj: prompt move- provided twenty subscribers are obtained -
unil her advisrrc, who has better. But thus much I will venture of and testimomof in time to make'the
tlents to the u heels of tii-s: vast and extensive i.us Virginia ; as a necessary ar.

l republic, but will secure to every thrown h-r child, at the render ige tj pronounce, that very few their respect for the memory olj; rangements.
individual his equal without of from modesty, :would draw 'rrn:>is--Eight dollars a payable
rights being ol sixicv-iu( into the cmbfar: <' (>f this you the deceased, will wear crape for year
embezzled by party, J- c.tl or private: pre- son ot"thl' forest nsleemid back from the task. quarterly in advance. No subscription
sz.j .ely thirty clays.HOUSE
judices. received for less than one year,unless the
:from hiiidiive i 'vildb/and dcs- There is one of the busi-
.The jttdicarv beiii the engine, which part number of subscribers exceeds twenty.-
pes legal motion to this ,lugtrficent; ir.a- tinrd aain to niin !-* with the ness, however, uhich you all have OF REPRESENTATIVES.Feb. Strangers to be admitted, on presenting

cliinery; it ought to be time first that tawny herd from witi..!h ;He i? des hitnerto forgotten-and that is, 25. card of introduction from any subscriber,

should claim the most caivlid and solid cended. The names of the parties thut a' newspaper ought to "be a On motion ofMr.Liulcit was for one month; after which they will be. .
expected to btcome subscribers
consideration! of a new bc- they
territory just! a'l't' not; given, but wearinfurmd nrwspapqr ; and that ycju are not at Resolved That the committee wish continue
ginnm;to lay the founiuiion of that f; ,hch: structure alone ca-i secure :Is that the fit'ier! is a native, and for- liberty to abu'l" one arother everyday on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire Subscription Paper is opened at the

prosperity and the! happiness: ; of 'h r.uliviLais. itll"IY'l: 1epPctallt' innabitunt oi f'I _and. make your ,subscribers_ into the expediency of increasing Book Store. "

( It'once the Judiciary: the door of this' dtr.V dt e'n this act Su I pZ }' for :it. Besides, you fill up the diem allowance '\r. TFasRll Hunt. .
thai I I per : -------- ------
fabric;,is opened to tis ;private virulence u-pu.;n.iM to the moral sense of )our columns with so much eclito- of Jurors unending the several District Pensacola: ,_March 27th 1824. '
which --
might be enthroned with-! -'
in its Olttwis, its x cry pilkis !n.lb saa- 'JeceiU community as to he worth! ) 'I nat matter, such deep investigation Courts. THE SUBSCRiBER .

ken tots plinthour lib..:rtic." tr.tip.nt- public .ih.i general I reprehensis.n.csiieciilly l ; s of your own upon; ail sorts of On motion of Mr. Call, it was ,Proposes to publish in the town of Claiborne "' '

ed, in a pjht-rai VOMIO; : into oblV.oi: ; as it i is suid that three questions, have St) many "cute I Resolved, That the committee (.oJlahama,) -weekly paper under the
cursuflra;-s hurled, tornudocs of of ..nd to title of the .
umny other marriages the same nature things, queer things, giv" Roads
the Post Office and Post
tothc drk ca1l'r'n., on
of.lcspoiis.aaud. are! now in CLfl'.tflIl.tt1Ofl.; 1: It is to the public, that you have special CLAIBORNE GAZETTE. ,
into the
'here : be instructed to inquire
Anarchy But tov.tl.er. a.id fade. the r<'bull of :u cjurb of con.'iuci little room li'ft for a dessert, after I T will be the object of the editor to '
t\a trust mail
tint th'.s! : a-.11 never he the expediency establishing a "
case m A.nersca; whilst the freedo.n the lovvards tlu-se bl]:,vki and sables, bucli substantial fare. But, wouldit Creek in renderthe Gazette useful as well as
route Agency,
an To the
., journal : promote
as UflfilJ4i luc4tt which i divtbted be much better if
its :rous sheets an-a\ ot'an ultimate not ( you wereto
of and interests
the state Georgia, passing by great leading of our common
\\1111: : '
pubic Si-iiunieiits,-v\vr pro.nTA! tcwiicn ; tiough precarious charge less for ;paper and
very object your her
ttlllurt nccc sa.r. "a1tl.1'r a" Fort Gaines, to the new seat cf government couutry manu
tUpijjsblh )l OH.\'h.o.' '\ must fl.s;;ust the i1H'.urst citizen, put all your own substance in a in the Territory of flo- factures and her commerce, as shall best

iind throw its perpetraiois out of weekly sheet by itself, :which your subserve the interests of all, without creating -

fditr.-\-; ; ihc pale of- subscribers could rida. I. monopolies for either:To cherish theincreasing' -
' election tor an :tidnnanis :- respectability and decency. buy or not, as Feb. 28.
. : ubout! to lake p1.lCto'fill the' The Indians and &llegroes they .pleased ? Thus your wisdom spirit improvement
? Mr. Webster from the Judiciary now pervades the nation, nore especially! .'
| ancy occ.i.s.onctl by the resignation o' Cornwall it would in be embodied intosomething
at is stated, are time, ; whlt-relates to our own growing state, in
1r. bill
t Committee "to a-
t. Lavuiic ; reported a
:, I 0.,1(1! beg lave to re.'
'reate.l with like the books of the the
, ft more marked atten- sy rendering more beneficial the great .
n.Ticndtto tmvottw of( i'ensacob mend titled An act to
an an
. ,;11. tion and respect than tlie common bils, and, for what I can tell, would advantages,in respect to internal navigation ,
Jienja'nin amend act for the establishmentof
Wgman ai intercourse
and different '
citizens, or truso'na of worthy and be "- equal in value toi; Franklin'sworks "
: "the fittest person to supph' his pl.tce. a territorial government in Florida parts of the state, which a.kind providence

The veil know intcgrit. \", public. pir.t an j reputable farmersthe females no doubt-would be preserved ,-and for other purposes; which has bestowed on her citizens. These

. knts: cf.V.r ". .. will "douhtles secarc :n that place ride and walk out from necessary: uses perhaps was' twice read and committed. objects and every thing allied thereto,will

.. 1)afl unanimous vole : lie will be sup- with-them by night and by da- ; and by this planjbe assured March 1. find in the Gazette a steady advocate.

: ?Urtedby cit boat one VOTER.JebavclateJ spend evenings with them-invife Messrs. Editor, the world will be Nothing of a personal naure will find .

them to tea none the darker. i Mr. A. Stevenson of Virginia, admittance in the columns of the Gazette ; '
: ) iud with Mr. \\ IU. II. there is small difficulty -' after a short address, offered the while a temperate, candid and liberal discussion -
, ther.a-sufl'cr. themselves to be l.know no
.son. of -
\ a lialivc of J-'n=(lerick. Count, following : questions of general interest,
1.1t :b1Ul1,"-110 \vas.' for upwards of thirteen complimented by them-in short, in my' plan to give you the exclusive will always be encouraged. -

f_t.rb a. Stave I: JII H' idotan ; during tiai receiving tnera as the most favor- direction of eyery thing, The house.after having been informed I COSDITIO**-The Claiborne Gazett

this l1e it ie sufi red greatly| fron the barbar. ..d gallants! and beaux-whilt seeing you editors doj not agree of the death of WM. LEE I will be published once a week on super. -

as. i L"ea.tment Ir...ansof he received,and I wua forced, young men of the town, poor white among yourselves. This only BALL, a representative from the i royal advance.paper, at,g>4 per annum, payable in ..

');'- amdioratmg- conditio., makes it true "that to be wise is state of Virginia, and being deeply I '

WSnrell on ; after which he was their tawny rivals, These advantages not always to he virtuou" However sensible of the loss of a man whose will be inserted at the rate of one dollar '

J or the 'ithi much respect by the chiefs, coupled with the personal I: should insist upon it, that i public and private virtues endeared for the first, and fifty cents for every sub '

PA : na.t on fi U'LS4'ltl! alltl tn). apto Attentions of their superiors strangers --be put at the head; but, how the, him to all who knew him, and sequent insertion.
'1ew sufficient is received :
: him "ithi VL'nenxtioiiont tribute encouragement ,
\ more desirous to render a just -
restf should be I
.-. doue Who hurl been b-'I in the.r. and others, so strongly calculated you arranged, the first number will be issued on the 20th '
f .r..(th' thi s ga"e llm a bt.t I;cr opportunila UP. .. to fan, to flatter, beguile and lea/e to others, being myself only of respect to his memory of April, 1824. .;
: n ha of / A1VUCUS CURIjE.Caution. Resolved,'That a committee be
e"cr decoy the
heart Dameron.
: CLtibtIji bca t h> a.ny otJcrbecoming a young and inconsiderate Christopher
of order for
, the n iIllflt1'l acquainted with girl,* form the only .---The following is an appointed totake super- Mobile, March 21. -
'ta nd Customs an.l t the mode of! for intending his funeral.
t apology the '
unnatural C
connex caution : Subscriptions received at this office.
to druggistsand
t re\1Ir A"Pdit'Ctlted. I' rSOn has among f'lvolv'1 the ilii U3 Joos.with a ion, by creating an impression thatan impressive those iho purchase and ad- Resolved That the members of NOTICE:
ea association this House will testify their respect -
";thll, which We think wi1: bc read with characters so minister medicines, without.a sufficient AN election for an Alderman to supply
ereit of WILLIAM
Or.a.11y by our patrons and shall! ocen 'lighlf praised and so much caressed knowledge to distinguish for the memory place of Mr. Chas.LaTalle',resigned -

1' : 'tltct tl'e lay t' bfctore ourreaders ; we. though of a diflereut color LEE BALL, by u earing crape on the will beheld at the Court House in this
of similar
,_ .t..I.....PnL. Ga fbflowing fur tins .lau/uer.-' would not, after all, be so un- between/those a appearance left arm for the remainder of the' city, on Monday the 5th day of Apnlnext.Polls .
: very but of different
OUtta qualities.- to be opened at 8 o'clock A. M.
: 1%8,1 rung of the 10th of Dee fiicasant. Tim must be a state of Though the incident has occurred i session. and closed at 0 o'clock P. 1k!.

ef. and t11. OnrofacclJpafJYlllgt.h' society by no means enviable. The in 'another part of the union, it isequally Resolved, That the'members will :Benj. Wyman. ) 'a ,
:- : "llntslthe no emen of the waywardness of youthful fancy in attend the funeral of the late WM.
I coantrv, h. applicable every where :- ;E.E. Caro .
:t tl't UkountedIcr fhulltmg Lluns. -We to and : LEE BALL to-morrow morning at ,
opposition common sense 10n'the 11th ult. the wife of Mr. '

[ .11I)t8.r. .n"".n s..,Elephant e h .,. -rJJ anl1et! the sterner dictates of judgment, saac Edge, Jun. of Jersey ,City, 12 o'clock ; which were unanimous ', Eugene Lavalle, ) ? -
. tended 1824.
I bj March 25th,
under such impulses, may often I being directed by a ,physician to agreed to. ; .

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:TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ? The Subscriber .HAS L L HUNT, Foreclosure of Mo '- 'Vb

.: (}"E'1"AL.. Fifth Auditor's Office, Jan. 1824. SPROPOSAI..S : ,, received by recent arrivals s from Mr. Alexander Love
has received late a r : .alto'fact
will be received per
SELECTED. York and Jfcto-0rlean9t a further of Elizabeth
JS '
;' Fan THE PEXSICOLA GAZETTI. until the first the/allowing! GOODS, supply of > rlnsn >a'
Dean and all
h The following verses, founded on the day of April next, for building a! will sell Low S and tatip\\-r other t'i ,
:-You vaill ,
scntimcnts of Li )TARDa person famous, and House please toTake
Light-house Dwelling 1CASII
as a pedestrian traveller or CO.ft'fON.Gl.OCCI'eS. tJ which thefo//oping
some years ago, ; 71g are ,
the of the Harbor Notice
at or near entrance -
are taken from an old Salem Gazette. ) \ 'S Spanish dictionary, ,

THRO' many a land apd tutee ranger, of Pensacola, to be placed about : Spanish grammar, \ OTOHAT 1 have this day filed in the

With toilsome steps I've held my way, I three hundred yards west ofthe Exercises, I i a office of the Superior Courtt t et\',

lonely) unprotected stranger.To Fortress of the Barancas, of the French dictionary, : District of West Florida, a ptl1tioor 1ht

all l the stranger's ills a prey. following materials, dimensions ,$ (_ ./'Rush els coarse salt; on indigestion, }i exhibits praying the foreclosure of aD; "*
es' journal : gage, executed to me on the
complete, ; UT
t While steering thus my course prccatious, and description : 500. Bushels ground allum do ; in fate, ; of June, 1821, by Al under *

My fortune still has: been, to tinlIen's The Lighthouse to be built of stone or 47 Bbls. rye Whiskey ; life of Marie secure the payment of a 15 *to

hearts and dispositions \' \ hard brick, the form round. The foundation 30, Do. superfine Fhihid. flour; anecdotes Antoinette and epigj-ams, due to me originally by sum of *!
'But Woman kind. to be sunk three feet us deep as 20 Do.os.l and 2 mackerel Elizabeth
gentle ever or ; son, a tract of
History of the Quaker*) upon eight hundred
may be'necessary to make the fabric secure 15 Do. mess pork ; of!land with v.
Alive in every tender feeling, > lifi of Washington, C pens a saw mill and
to be laid in lime mortar. The 15 Do. cider
To deeds of always good ; Fife purtenances and improvement thee Ip.
mercy prone ; Preceptor, -
height of the tower to be thirty feet from 20 Do. molasses
situated in Escambia
The wound of pain and sorrow healing, Violin Preceptor, county, on the
the surface of the The diameterof 60
ground.. Doe potatoes; tcrs of the Perdido
With soft compassion's sweetest tone. directory, Musical Header and known hvl
the base to be eighteen feet, and! that of: 10 Qr. casks wine assorted; name of Love'-s :Mill and i
bills -
on shipping on one
Ko delay no dark suspicion the nine feet. The thickness the 15 coflec half 7
proud top << of Bags! ; afflicted Man's No. G, in the city of Pensacoli
V Stints the free bounty of their heart; walls at the base to;be three feet,and to be 5 Do; pepper; sweetened Octavo companion, to the May Term of said : retl11n1L,
They turn not from the sad petition to inches 5 Do. : Testament, court 1824-at
unifcrmly graduated' twenty alspice ; stricture's female education i which I shall by my counsel
But cheerful a.d at once impart. the top. The top to be arched, on which 15 Kegs manufactured tobacco; spiritual :: court for a judgment for the IQove said

JForm'd in benevolence of nature, isto he-laid a deck of soap stone, eleven 10 J Do. crackers ': commercial treasury precedent: said debt and costs, and a judgment amOunt f(
feet in diameter four inches thick :30 Do. butter bar.
modest and mild the ; and
Obliging, ,gay law of patents, ,: ring foreclosing equity of
Woman's the same endearing creatureIn joints filled in w-th lead, on one side oi f 20 Do. lard ; laws tin of said Love, and all claiming ?1im.
sea ,
courtly town, and savage wild. which to be a scuttle to enter the lanternthe 30 Do. Dupont's powder; '_ books, h 6 Ul
scuttle dooran iron frame,covered with 40 Hairs shot assorted ; prayer December 15th 182.1.Thomas .
do do ,
When parch'd'witli thirst,with hunger was copper. The outside wall to be well I 4 Boxes bar lead ;
Hrti'e'll1) hand refreshment gave; [ted 10 dignity of human nature, English
painted, and white-washed twice over- Do. mould candles ; e ,
How sv.-i-et tin.: coarsest; food had tasted Dalton, anew novel &c. &..C.TOGETHER Dy his
There are to be three windows in the tow 5 Do. sperm<< do; ; att'y JOS. M. 11'1lI'fj
What cordial in the siniple wave er, of twelve lights each, often by eight 40 Do, soap ; WITH- Dec. 20-4m.- .

.Her courteous looks, her words caressing, glass,in strong frames, and a door six feet 5 Do. chocolate ; paper, .1"olCC1OSUIeo31UriU i"lr.

Shed contort on the f tttitin soul ; by three, made of double inch boards cross 20 Do. raisins ; paper, gilt and plain, John Innerarity ab '

:\\'oman'*tin stianger's general blessing, nailed, with substantial hinges, lock, and 5 Bbls, loaf sugar ; do. assorted qualities, attorney a

'-... From., sultry.: lnl :a,to the Pole. latch; the door po ts, cap and stool, 5 Do. race and ground ginger; ,quills, office tape, fact ofthe heirs of Vincent e Or.
.- ------------- -- to be of dressed stone, at least ten lIhd:1"copper.ts; superior pen knives: doagoitte, deceased ; Marcos 'J\

.' '1J ''S l rc ,. {j. inches .square-the ground floor to be 10 Crates crockery ; common scissors, and all others concerned, you 'Cill!

'- -- ---,- paved with brick or stone-a &;.ifficiunt 10 Chests teas assorted; Windsor soap, f lease to'J'akc
A DANGEROUS WOMAN, number of circular stairs to lead from tnc 5 Hhds. stone jars; gloves, &c. &c. ,

Th.i a word may be & tv o-i-dgcd sword, ground floor to within six feet of the Ian. -ALSOAL1'IANACS- Notice.

the following circumstance illustrate. tern, connected by a centre post, guarded Hardware. JjTWAT I have this day filed in

THE daughter of a Barrister, at by a good hand railing, with goutfloor s il clerk's office of the Superior Cot; tl

the death of her father, found her on the joist of each story. From thV. lop 25 Kegs nails and spikes ; FOR of West Florida, a petition with a 1t
of the stairs to the .a note
entrance of the scuttle and
2 Tons iron 1 cask trace chains ilJBnecember mortgage executed to
self in of a small com he ; 0 me by orda
possession to an iron ladder with steps two inches 2 Do. of the
castings Spanish Tribunal
; as
She! was tenderly attached square. 182J.--tt.. executor i
petence. 500 Cwt. steel ; Marcos R:era deceased, by John Innerai
to a feeble mother who led a On the top of the tower to be an irorlantern t 1 mill
Box saws ; Dollars Reward. ty attorney in tact of Vincente Ordosgoiton
t of the octagon form the to ., *
retired life, yet her own excellencies posts 1 iJo. cross-cutdo ; the fifteenth of May, eighteen hooded
be one andan half inches .square, to rundown 100 A WAY from the sub
Doz. tiles assorted and '
to the
circle of ; RAN twenty, secure
her an enlarged a- pa'mentof"t&e
gave into the stone or brick work fie e 10u on the 29th of December
Do. knives and forks sum of six hundred and
\ quuintance, but when she appeared 1 feet, and secured with anchors. The 5J Do. pocket uo ; ; last,a negro girl named.AGATHE. a house and lot in Intemlencia sixty dollars, upoi-

in family 01 private parties, unhappily height and diatrctcrthe lantern to be with a great variety of the city of Pensacola, known as street lot ?,ti

,, she was too much distinguish sufficient to admit an iron sash in each octagon consisting of nob,dead, stock,closet, 272, situated between the lot of Dn. >b\
ed. The other females to contain: eighteen lights, eleven : tel!, trunk! and pad locks razors nuel Garcia and Anna ,
were neglected ; ; M'Voy returnable
nine well known in the of
by glass, the lower tier to be filled city New-
r I syjots; hammers .:raw-ktrivrs,shovels to the May Term of said
/ and in .proportion: as th with copper 1 the rabbits of the sashes to ; ,naving been long employed there for court, prayinr
spudc. &c. a judgement for the
frying wagoa'boxes
; aforesaidand
admired the ladies of coursebated. be tree of inch and I pans; 'cakes. Having never heretofore ;
men quarters an deep, 2
Hox and wool cards costs and
cotton a judgment
p' <-:> ; barring and fore
They sifted her conduct lora glazed with the best double glass, from the 1 Do. comas ; 1 do. fowling from her duty, it is supposed closing the equity of redemption in the
Uctcn indications that she has:been
pretext to have her abandoned, but manufactory. In one of the octagons 20 Dos hat ; heirs or legal representatives of the said
to be iron off by a white who lived with
an framed door, covered man
ii vain. A mai with four feet who sails between New-Orleans
copper, by two, to hut t;tilt'J t 5 Doz under
or them.
from her riches was allowed t give into the rabbits, with two strut. r t.ir.s..,; o'j: CO.LJ coid-i sieve ; with whom she has probably I

the ton to the opinions of 1ier acquaintance : b'lttons.' The top of the dome formed oy c;0 Liu. b..it r e; the latter place. She was dressed Juan Malagosa,

declared that Miss*** sixteen iron rafters, concentrating in an r 1- h..- :s "";dh-oJ,4u lead pe ; of her goiug off in a gown of By his att'y JOS. M. "'IIITtensacla
.. iron hoop four inches wide and nine i inches l.lu.) i [ she has a scar upon her Dec. 27 1823-4mo.
10onion vci ii
was worddangerous', ; ; in diameter, covered with cu1'Iterthirty 2 K,asks ump;oil I'case I ; ; is of a middling height, and By llr'n.P. Duval Governor of the Tm',

the } pronounced ounces to the square foot, whicii is :_ IJo. paint do French and English, though with tory of Florida.PROCLAMATION..

with a shake of the head, to come down and rivet on toe piece that i. i>(,. {}..pats turpentine; when particularly ques .

in all their parties, that such a one, forms the top of the sash l. wli.ch i is to be 1 Uc. lamp Duck; ; The above reward will given any 1' Whereas in pursuance of an act of th

although very elegant & veryengaging three inches wide. On the dome to be a 4LSU, who will bring back the said girl Legislative Council of the Territory fA!

traversing ventilator, two &a half feetlu+. ,- A. LACOUTURE, I Florida, approved the 24th of June
was a dangerous woman The and fifteen :10 Packages DRY GOODS No.215 St. N. Orleans. day
inches d.ameter, on wnieh; : ,> ; Royal 1823. Commissioners
girls said this to their ,brothers, to be secured a copper vane, three; icii I. Ami a lar e assortment' of FAMILY 2-8t select the most eligible were and appointed convene, to

and the wives to their husbands ; long and twenty iuche wide; around tiu I DioIXES of the first quality. situation for the seat of government oCt

and they only spoke truth, for lantern to be an iron ra ling, lilt posts; oi J\. H. mmm rr Territory of Florida, and the said Co?

when she was present they were all 1 which to be one and a quarter inches Feb. 2lf.Salt 3"V. missionars have reported to me that the
in of being overlooked. square; the upper one to In i '.rieet: from the Bible Society, we see all have selected a sate in the County d

danger the deck, T iie lantern anu \...ud woiVoi VViiisRey, by names is lost; there !, Gadsden, situated about a mile south

Coolness soon turned 10 estrange the tower to be painted tu'Co over witU: happy confederacy, one be west rom the old deserted fields of Tal*

xni nt, aid this poor creature found white lead, except the dome, \ ';lich is to be &c.ECEIVED design, one grand object ., hass, about a half mile south oft e Oke

at three and twenty, every doors'.uu black. i -D latest lock-o-ny and,Tallahasse1 trail, at a poin:
per the word Gud
: against her. A ft male friendto The 'fight-house; to 16:-.vc one co-;tple') C : .I.ahd for.sale of to every where the old Spanish road is intersectet
I electrical: conductor r.-.ue of copper, iliiee by and nation without sectarian by a small trail running tithe
soothe her ; told her '
uneasn ss, quarters oi* an loci i &n diameter, with a : .i. 'tonR. $ F. IL or any private interpre exercise ofthe discretion in me vest
\ the cause-" You are believed to bn the said
t point. "n R-irrels whiskey by act and for the informationthe c

a dangerous woman."- i he word \ well to' be sunk sufficiently deep to 23 Do. sup. HcilmOnd flour; undersigned has just received from good people of this Territory, I haT

w'as a death stroke to her heart ; procure good water at a convenient distance 6 I i btf lira! quality sugar; institution, through their agent, thought proper to issue this my Procla
? fi\m the light-house, to be stoned i 10 Hags coffee tion, requiring the members of the Le
what could she do to parr it I t i ; A. Ronaldson box of Bibles and ,;
or bricked, and furnished with a curb 5J Sacks lative Council of the
Liverpool ground salt ; in the French Territory of Fiend]
without English,
: ( implied every thing;;, specifying windlass and an iron chain, with a strrtiron o I 300 Do. course salt ; languages, designed for the to assemble at the scite above c1escribc'Of ]

... j any thing. Had they imputed = hooped bucket. ; 10 Kegs manufactured tobacco ; Florida-they are for sale at the day appointed by law for the neisession

any vice to her, the whole The dwelling house to be of stone or:' 25 Do. |.,rd ; price of cost and charges,...and .thereof.
tenor of her life would have been its brick;thirty-four feet by twenty, one story, :30 Do. butter first quality ; who find themselves unable to Given under my hand and tit!

: refutation. Sinking under the blow, of eight feet high, divided into; two roonis, 20 Bois. pork ; and yet desire to possess the seal of the said Territory i
with an entry bl"tweentIll" stairs to be i in" 10 ho. mackerel Pensacola, this 4th i
she pined in secret, and her con "' ; they will be bestowed, on .
the to into the chambers which
entry ( go ; i 20 Boxes soap ; at the subscriber's office.w. March, in the year of our Lo
stitution was undermined-had arc to be lathed and plastered chimneynear : 20 Basketsv.tt! oil ; one thousand eight luindr

she made the just translation of the middle of the house, wth a fireplace 5 Qr. casks AJaluijo. wine ; DAVISOJSF. and twenty four and of t

this invidious word, she had been: in each room; iron or stone pieces Loaf Sugar ; Peppei i'.incnto ; Salt 2-fr. Independence of the Unite

,. less bitterly affected-for when cellar under the whole of t.c,, house, with tre ; Copperas; Molasses; Ginger; States of America the for
sufficient walls of stone, laid in !hmd nor es Raisin; &c. :1 Uat rrlC"B. I eighth.
they called! her dangerous, they tar-the wall of the house to be twenty JiLSU. WILLIAM: P. DUVAL.By .

only meant she was attractive.- inches thick: laid up in lime mortar. The I: 50 Pieces cjtiou b.g: ng ; he r Permitting: !, the Governor.

Her wretched mother' by the adviceof l'oofto be rectangular the boards of which? I 20 Coils bale rune ; 1 SHALL KEEP A I Gso. WALTOX,

a physician carried her to Dath.Chan to he jointed and hah ed,and well secured i 3 Tons Swedes iron, seaman steel Kale at ,,Auction I Sec'ry of Florida.
e of objects and amusement t and covered with good merchantable sh.n-I 10 Do/ S.tXroliiu Hoes; March 13-tf
glcs-three windows in each ot'sl -1 Thursday of every week, for
room, 3. 1) jiales am! s:..n'ds; BY THE
restored her spirits, her health and kinds of merchandise and furni MAYOR
teen of
lights eight by ten glass each, and : CO l Kt .;> i.A 14 ".s.'M-a.j ; .
her charms-but that she mightnot one of the same dimensions in each chair, Pb.a;? ..i. >
lose her Deputation of being ber. The doors to be four nctled! with ; tJii.,1... C,;U>*ii Card Ac.AXO. Baylen streets In complyance with the 3d section i

VV e$ dangerous, a man of affluent fortune Mgood h;nges and bumb latches to each, HENRY MICHELET, the ordinance of the 16th of NoveinDtf

declared himsrlf! in danger of and x good lock on the outside d.. nr.- A consider.f,if assortment of March 19th 1824-2-tf 1822 which is as follows ; "that from an1!

losing his on her Closets in each room, back ofthe chimney Jj-.mfjiic uiul uilw Dry ;(JfJJ8. afterthe 1st day of January next, eveif
., peace account.- -all the floors to be double, and well Suited tH tiltseaion.! Jai, 26 a Ot1CC. privy within the city shail be of tit!
She wi h.'lrew the reserve that had nailed the inside ,
walls cciliii
to b ---
; r : --- -- aid
; 11't depth of not less than three feet,
School in this Place I
chilled him ; marriage followed lathed and plastered,and the iniside woik 1"s.. Sunday wr '* the proprietor of 'lot, on whii
usual the house every
to be finished in as at court
and this a plain decent stele, and "
dangerous woman there shall be a privy of a smaller depth+
,with good seasoned.ber. Also! morning to commence at 9,
a l porchor JUST It & eEl V E shall forfeit"and exceed-
now moves in a circle far about kitchen attached A.M. A sermon will also be read pay a sum not
to th house
'_ that from which she was chased. fourteen by twelve feet in dwelling the clear-tiie, PKR *(CI11 :iRGO sunday evening when there is no "ised"* :ng 5 nom i and and the after Mayoi the is hereby day aforesaid author
3. o'clock.
L walls of stone or brick feet at half past
eight high- From
"to such cleaned
Philadelphia cause privy to be o$
,' GOOD FEELINGS double floors,two windows, and one door Sixteen Packages Secy.
.. .. 19th. 1824, I" proprietor, and award a warrant or execution -
-a chimney, With a firs place and s./pa.ole l "
A young man was sent to prison ovtn with iron door '-e "V? l ()'\i (1 ) "'i'\ i against him for the costs thereatafter
an trammels .
for able -crane, J .WI : : notice, in a manner. :N
not being to pay his tailor and hooks, in the fire place, in the porchV i ,L' S l, .D.R.. privy, from and summary after he 1st day
.f{ f.ir a new suit, obtained expressly kitchen-one side of the .chimney, a f\\ited to t\\e sCfal3 0 received from J1/obilcper January next, shall be permitted 8

V t', figure in at the Greek ball. This sink with a spout leading through the stone and Duffield Blankets, : overflow, or to be otherwise in an vt

.. is what Cull going to jail for the wall. All the wood work, inside and out, POINT an.l common Cloths Dom sloofi dctress I" cleanly) offensive condition ; and th:

i V benefit of the Greeks, the las: to be painted with t*'o coats ot'goud paint ; Plaids and Stripes, Brown and "J tenant, if there be one, or otherwise the

.' and most powerful evidence of gutters to to lead off round the the house, with Shirtings-and sheetings, Lamb's Wool Do. L Wines. proprietor, of such privy, shall forfeJ
!! spouts carry water-an outhouse Hose, &c. &c. ,Do. f and pay, for every such offence, a sun
. sympathy of stone or brick five feet by four, the roof 25 boxes old Madeira Wine, Do. not exceeding g5; and if such tenant
_._ and
: printed. And in Store white plains, I| or proprietor do not cleanse the same:
; The whole to be completed In a workmanlike *. .
HAT AND WIG.A "; within reasonable time, to be Judged

FELLOW walking down next. manner by the first day of October: 30 20 do.ps.first Kentucky quality do cotton,' bagging, ; -]j" f- .' of. by the Major after notice given to
f Jc j* that effect officer of the
.V V Snow Hill, London, on a sultry .Separate proposals will be received for 30 coils bale rope. ,t 'I, may'cause by an the same police to be,done
summer e'eniugobserved an old fitting up the said light-house, within one Whiskey, Pork, Sugar, Coffee &c. &c .' at thc.expense as aforesaid,to .be levIed

," gentleman with ut his hat, panting month after it shall be built, with patent sale by "as afpreS d." It is recommended t)
lamps and effectors ten butts for F. H. Nisbet.
and leaning on a post, and courteously keeping every proprietor and to every tenant d
the oil and all the
f ;', asked him what was the mat necessary apparatus, I in Nov. S. 1823-tf any house within the limits of this corporation
the same manner as the li"ht-hoases of the Ware '
to avail themselves of this mot
I ter. "Sir, (said the old man,) ant United States have been fitted up by }lr.I I NOT1C E. 1 proper season to attend strictly to the prO
1i ,
t i impudent cal, has just snatchedmy Winslow Lewis-the whole to be approved HE firm of Nicholas & Tunstall, i porter, for sale low for cash, [ Visions here above mentioned, forthat fei

H ,, hat off, and run away with it. by the superintendent. Payment to be: dissolved in June 1822, and the 8-tf. I by neglecting same we shoW'
made when the work shall be
I I nave ron after him until I have, completedand of jQ.Nicholas &. Co. was attract, or encrease, and deserve event

quite lost my breatn, and: cannot, approved. March ltAprill'rilE : March 1823, leaving Nicholas NOTICE. similar to those which befell us doricf

terested in, and responsible for both the summer of 1822,
t if my life depended on it, go a step B\11\8Citl\\Elt indebted to the subscriber said
j \ Robert Mitchell Esq. P. :M of The constables hall carry the
; rarth r. What not a step? says WILL promptly and accurately exe la} is fully empowered to adjust and d to make immediate pay provisions into effect; they shall rep*

I t: the fellow, "Not a single step," any writing which may be committed charge all claims'within West I ; no further indulgence can be any and every infraction thereof to tl}*

t : returned the other., "Why then 1 by to him; he will also draw deeds, gainst the firms 'above named, or In a few days all accounts for Mayor,for'the remedy and the fine to*
V win be left with a lawyer co
bills of sale, &c. in the most Nicholas enforced. '
I V Jupiter, 1 must have your wig, & appropriate individually, and to A. .
3 V forms,and on the most reasonable terms; and receipt for him in all his various without'exception. Given in the Mayor's Office
snatched off Us>> fine flowing caxon, and sol citi the orders of his friends. tion_atPermcola. P" H. .GERlu sx. at Pensacola this 28th of Feb. 18S_t

: i "' and, was. out of sight in a minute. W. UASELL 11UNT.r ., I ," October 25, 18.23- March 13tf. P. ALBA Maio'
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