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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: April 3, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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.\** ..._rrajIisbed= cvciy-Saturday-- -- :- \l'-- --lGiX- -----.\. \,. :joints or'vertebrie were about.inches iii' 'coast until evening,anil at length came'toe) .f Tr'Antla ted- from- the" French.FonixuE _Jt. ..*.. '

t. diameter, and the ribs between- five: :an4 under the. lee of Twin Isbmdw" a small S
-f { PENSJLOOLA GAZETTE.
tbt rur. HASELL HUNT, Co"tinuedlrom our (a.;:. six'feet in length they were scattered 4 safe, bi). This island lies only five' or six( :- -
lot 8 mile the shore at he discbviercd miles feast of 4 -GENISTA.Mjc ; -
Journal of an expedition to the interior -I along ; length Qcklo kuey Bay, 1 itjs small ; '
bleat t6tTOn AND mOPKir.TOU.drcrtiscmcnls in the edge of the water, a huge piece! low"and nearly} divided in the centre, high : or sedge,. ,Genista: spin

- ,..\1'.beroftlIC Lnvsofthe United Statcs of ll'est Florida.On 'I of decaying fiVh, covered 'with 'Turkey tid indeed, pass'across it ;. the)soil is\'e-j o major, Scorpiutn. ,a apeciea= ,of
.\oJ ifylorida.SubTit0n the 12th October our travellers sail. Buzzards and other birds of rich .
nd of the Tcmtor prey. ry havingfew, 'trees, but' very tail] Genista Spartium, a.shrub' of the '"
'of a triTe dollars a year i7 ml- ed at day-break, but, the wind blowing Just befure sun-set he doubled the west grass. ;
'&r. strongly from the East, they ran across the Diadclphia,Decandria Linneus.:
not exceeding a j point of Alligator,Bay, andsclected, a fine
'p.ler. rlnr first\ insertion One Dollar-each Bay to the North shtr ,..and encamped on I dry beach for his bed; he caught threejyie!: 'On the mo-ningof 23d they had sail. And. of, the'twenty second. class ofTournefort.

1i'tcuent r insertion Fifty Cents. Larger 'a h'jglrpiny country, occasionally inter- I!j crabs, roasted thcutf hfs. sapp'er'amllaid cd-some pun; from miles Fort,when StiMarkSOtWIthItM.ing :they heard the rooming < '4-(0 ..... ._ > .. .. ..
few '
1 'scd with a small .
.p cypress swamps; -*
down to rest. This' rises (
aljrub clifit'rent
: .' ttf
which the
propostion.Jt they : mouth of the
s but beautiful hammocks were scattered run'by! ,
_. up was rendered doubly pleasant
Repose
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I Apalache rer.. which [ interlockedwith heights according to the sdil
a so on
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and'dowu the shore. At in the
evening by the fatigue of the day ,whilst he lay reclining -
rtir Citizens. of Pensacola.SUBSCRIBER I they sailed with the tide about five .t on a few weeds hastily gathered, high! oyster banks, that .it' appeared which it grows, although in' Eng

miles, u hen, the wind again shifting,from' the sbades of twilight were silently spread- II like bay, und the stakes seen about them, land on a-;rich soil it sometimesrises
::!
I were supposed to indicate the
---- north to east,.they were obliged to anchorin : ing over the broad waters'at several miles fishing to the height of fifteen feet,
THE : In the I i grounds of the In dians; which were common
a ro'aril sea. morning, impatient distance sail
a solitary was seen flitting
hidr. ; along' the coast. Mr. Williams be- yet on sandy shores it is much
OSES TO OPEN in TIllS CI"l'r" of so much delay, they forced the boa.t a- i from the horizon, the cranes and
geese
,f: 1. came so, feeble) as to be unable. to stand.- smaller. The stock is of a dark J
.1 I, head with oars and poles, as well as a and pellicansycre collecting their long
wind and tide would admit ad.I' after pursuing easterly course about ten green.jcolour) striped with brown
lOt returning ; files on the several prominent points in the:
1uADItLtcx: miles and finding nothing to indicate the ,
arrived the old It is
ill but: noon they at bay when sleep closed the scene. rays. surrounded with a
mouth
V Irrjfcitut encouragement be ob- eiit, lj'.!ow th'cino..th of the Ap latcll1-i I At early dawn he proceeded about two of a river, they turned back. great :number of spines or thornsof
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tainca thereto* cola rj\'cr; here they found, Major.Jenkins! I I miles up the bay, and then took a course To be Continued.... f different sizes but all very'sharp. 1 :
established the files will be immediately collector of tlic Port, with whon; they! din N. East, that he'mig-ht pa*$ the Oc lock- The 'j \
flowers small
j ate ik-
I supplied with all the mo-l jnterjtjnjrjwpers ed and spent a/very: agreeable hoir.When .- ney near its division, north,pf die island. p- .
,be and with the principal; 1 Refc the tttC4taifl flowed, towards: evrn.rig Alligator Harbor is extremely similar: to For the Pensacola Gazette. naceous of a pale colour or yellow : ,

inc:' nand Magazines, published in the ; they sailed up tfic bay, and at iJusk St. Joseph's TIa)'. It is, like that, half enclosed An account of the fabled originof T he fruit a short capule enclosing #
subscrib ill be'aloedtous 1t attempted to cross the current of the narrow semi-oval its the .river seeds of flat ..
Ur .cited: States ; and u by a peninsula, Gauges, and the reason ; a kidney shape. The
the the books be. liver ,t soon btctme-exceedin1)! dark, shape is nearly the same, but the entranceis
room
..0Ji.} t >e, iII why the waters ot'that river are reverenced shell aNtic capula is elastic and
I1oflJ.Jnb'to the current them far out into tIibay .
Mvcpt :
and much embarci
broad
the Pensacola circulating U.' not so seems '
! I the Hiud when ripe bursts with force that
; uno?instead of makinsCatI'olnt 011thl" l'l ::t" with sandbars and -shrxils.! It i is on by os; according a
It.'td. b THE BEADING ROOM to be kept in wuth shore, they were driven on St. the N. W, defended from.the winds by a to the doctrine preached by the throws the seeds to some distance :

hell!ibc rear of the Book Store, in the room George's Island. During this jnighti the pleasant high point of lahdrwhich extends Bramins. By, Wm.. H. Anderson.At round. The root is woody but '

;:3n) occupied as the Clerk's Office, aim east \Suet blew strongly against: the tide, ound tar to the north., Itisnot as lar e pliant and supple. It 1.1: called ,
on of ; and raised a violent, client und rough sea, the time when the Gods Ram-
in |fill be commenced on the 35th Apiilicst as bt. Jocph's. scorpius because itsshal'p: spines1are I
provided twenty subscribers arciubnined so tlut the b/at was, for a longtime, in The :island of St, James' is nearly. fifty nah and Braimah were in contest
supposed to resemble the tai1 %
.To.U. in time to make the necessary) danger cf sxvamping; foilumitely, they miles' 11 length, an .fJ'om five to twenty in for a beautiful Goddess, by the
angements.! found in the dark, a small harbor perfectly breadth ; it lays directly in the range of of Bern ah from of the scorpion, A comfit ijs made \
Ling name ( whom the
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TIKMS-Eight dollars a year, payable! sheltered from the winds. When morning "die sea coast and is formed by a divisionof by preserving the flowers-in vinegar -
id atarterly in advance. No subscriptionjcceived : came they remo\-ed to a deeper bay, from the Ccklockney river on the N. E. the river Bemah takes its name,) she The seeds are detersive aperitive .-

for less than one year, unless:the which they sallied forth to examine the is- west branch, called Crooked River, runsS. took occasion to absent herself! a and useful in removing

ehe number of subscribers; exceeds twenty.Strangers .- land. \,,". about 15 miles, andfornu junction long time. Dudng the time she .
obstructions of the
Jd to. be admitted, on presenting a St. George's Island about fifty miles with New liver,and both fall into the Gulf was raluliug in the wilderness lungs,
or cutl of introduction from any subscriber, in length! and from half mile to a mile in opposite Dog Island ; both, Crooked and Genista juncea sfiartium Hisfian-x .
forouemonth; after winch they will be breadth ; tie south! hatis! nearly barren, I[\e\v Rivers 'are navigable. The cast she met with Gonjogee, the god ofp3ssion' nium frutac 1Ju/gaT

expected} to become subscribers, if they coasifrt.ug of yellow} sand, interspersedvitn Branch of the Oclockney soon spreads intoA honor and female policy, This is :i shrub of the same class j
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visit to continue their visits.A \ :i few shells! near the shore the sand bay of two miles in breadth, and meets who happened to be on a hunting and order.It .

E. Subscription Taper is opened aMhe is thrown up in parallel ridges, behind the til.fatthe east end of St. John's, and excursion : he took her to his ha- 'is cultivated
them it fortes detached hills and vatic in gardens for
Beak Store. S ; about twelve miles from its division from bitation and, there concealed her
r.f. W. Haseli Hunt. the northern part is covered with krge Crooked IJiver.: the .beau tv.. ancl-arom atic flavour of

/. pines :lj:d oaks, much of it appears: to be 'Till 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Mr. until the contestwas decider) its blossoms} ; it is 'vithout thorns,

r.sacola: March 27th 1824. I gopdland : the north'shore' terminates in Williams endeavored to pursue his course Her absence caused an amicable and is not used in agriculture. .. _

exteusac,marslu-s, intersected with deep) to the N. E. but ponds and marshes continually decision of the dispute! ; for as m ,
ICof '
I Iic L1TE&UIY PRIZES. bays. ti. re.s'uU-ncc of lordly Alligators, :, opposed} his progress, at length could discover where she I -+- **
person : I '
wholt times; b':i'u.t-d to dispute with our gio.ving-faiut withtbe. extreme hcut of the From. the United States Gazette '
to In order to render the JV" Y. Mirnr& travellersthe right of occupation ; these sun, tojeihcritli hunger und fatigue, he was, or know what had become of We'mentioned a few weeks since,

:flit Ladie Literary Gaz. more bays arc very colvezicJRtun1 *-afe U'hors ttirnod: ;south e i-t and struck the sea shore, tier, it was supposed! that she had a most unprecedented attack niajie

interesling I *.nd worthy the .generous for small craft.. Four d-iys were sp..t on at ;io great: distance east of Alligator Harbor t bill lICR'CChllialle to he affected by upon the character of Judc Ccjoper -
this: island, dt1rn.hicb a mo.it violent tie baulc awl white like the of
o-j which it ; was Iiiga arts some magician, an.1 l had of
patronage receives, trni had succeeded the! cast wlnu.: r.rj.1 I llh,1 th? South Carolina University -
:: St. Ho:;:, a is. Cast wind beat a high :
liecn oft[ him
a ofh. widto c-iilinto exercise-the literary ('_:::'k l weather, '...! :ici: had ret./.di-.l thcr :n htirjjv a.jaiibt the Sh)1e! ; IIQtlfof1h'; could \ lell by ; it was I I {by a grand Jusy, and we are

i tiilcnt of our native writers, the prep-ess! in most of ihr voyage, ;It commenced tie 5jtinned from the waves t.) :klt"slhis therefore agreed between the contending happy 10 observe that r iblic

::1.e. publisher offers ',to them the following in the night ; the travellers, were craving: appetite: : he therefore; continues Gods that the one should opinion has given to infamy, the

ent inducements: ci.cau.pcU on a pleasant b<_..ci, ,:iiJer \vukmiug! ; until) evening'when lie reached travel rastwardly and the otherveslwardly contracted, narrow minded prejudices -
some cedar 1 trees the torrei..sof rain the m:>uth of Ockr.ckiy! Day Tilc.l.l \ und that the who
dl :st. The first volume of the soon cxtjipiishcd; tlicir frcs MK'I pc-nc-tni- ..::..11..1.; ,,..tdtne tu'.J. f.-ll rapiJIy 1 liej should tiuJ the Goddess one which could induce such an

:D Mirror\ handsomely bound, ,and afire tedthe tents they hud slightly fUl'lIIl"d'lt l. I II : ;).>n
: subscription, of the fUllll 1 I| tie surf beat:: across the i island, and v.u- about dowa the without oppositionand that allhc
.. bus, for the best written Essay, in j Cw-j-ei.iojn lay upo'i high.a.ndht'Cl :: the learned and Rev. President of
to drown them out ; to add to thcM'dilncultics : : ii ::aiL-pt iiouudiy! until the day awn. expiration (. twelve years they .
1. 1 prose; on any subject, politics Mid 'i the waves hid bent 'over ar.u Transylvania UnivcrsityMr.-
.
slii tligion exccpted. sunk their boat. .Witli! niucli labor the cd.20th.. This morning opened charmingly, should return to the same spot. ley, is running the g antlet in a

2d. The first volume of the! Mirror cargo was unloaded, the boat gol up und the nirwas: peifectly mild, the sky clear They accordingly set out making similar course. He is publicly *

and a.ficc subscription ,j'ui-:five bailed reloaded ami hot U= dLrvay.: They and the ocean cahn: the porpoises rolled: along diligent enquiry, and it \\'.tsLtraimah's 1 I barged, in a newspaper, (got up
retreated back to a fon-ncr harbi.i- \-1J chpl'lletf.1tcd the coast, the smaller fish! leaped from
fortune as we understand for the
years, for the best American Tale, deeply into the island. This tht.:1I"lOaS water-fowl good to get the express
tnc polishcdsurfz.ee,
e exceeding in length, two pages place..was accessible\ to no wind but the dittcd: : over the \..\vatcr or plunged; into the first intelligence of her, which he pnrpose of defaming Mr. Holley,).

.t )this work. north ; 'before morning the wind shifted to rloc.1, for thei:' accustomed morning fare. received from ote of- Gongojee's: with cndeav3uring to instill into

:3d.; The first volume of the Mirror that qiiartcivund ;:;aiu drove theiii from. Our tra-.cl'cr aro3e, autivith *a grateful messengers, who flew in ,the aias the minds of the students, opinionsopposed _

Jc for their encampnifejit.Vi'hcn :Jieart blessed the .Jod of Nature- for his quick as lightning; and had! povcrover to the doctrines of Christianity .
afreesubsciiption three
the stofra had passed they merc''til and manifold blessings
pro- p.oviJence -
S all females.: He that and placing the character
Tears for the best written biography ceedecl to the (':!f"t end of the island!, where lie then speut a couple of hour* agreed

of any American character, they encamped during the night of tliLlotli C ;uiiuiin.! liiu: mouth the buy, while tiie hismaster, would deliver up the Jesus Christ on a level with

malt female. October.! In navigating; (Je'r;.:,e'j- title was or.t. After making a breakfast ot Goddess on certain conditions. It Socrates, Plato, and Zoroaster. To

*&. Souivl, they found<< tc! iavgion: r..:'..crdHcult oysSersaml! crabs, he proceeded several scemecl l that Bemah did not like these charges and others of. .a J

., The first,volume! of the Mir ; on acccunt ttts mllrlt'l'oas (>vstcrinalsit miles) up the buy, to observe the country, Braimah, but if the conditions were similar nature frequently repeated,
'omd a free subscrip n for two sand bars: it is a pk-i3Uiit; hc'ct' 0"1!' bounding; it on the '..vest.A .
) with her hatred the students of tbe ,senior class of
'1,ears, .'r the teSt Written pastoral i waterivbout' seven miles v.'ii'c! at the entrance tr -.1inl;c :.;!)!jjl1cnt: win formerly s'.tfd : complied was to t .
(Ode or Song, not cf ApalacJiicoIa: Hivcr, but it. lIat 011 the east side: uftliJ! ba,'. There be turned into-lcH Braimahv"as the university havein a very dignified -

I.nes. exceeding sixty :. grows narrower to the Eustvuml ; it mightbe are three,channels by which it may bc entered : the ruler of ihc! honor aad passions ,manner, replied* possitively

I at this place about fuira'd aa: half miles I from the Gulf ; of these, the eastern of men, and it was the pdKcy denying the assertions made, and

To be addressedpost paid) to in breadth.17th. !!. I is tile best, it may at high; tides carry eight of Gongojce to enter into a" )league stating that Mr. Holley has never

[he publisher of the New York .This morning opened! with delightful feet of water over the bar ; ail! these channels with him the attempted to fnculcate in, them
! i Mirror, No 23 wetter! but the wid had fallen, and .are crooked! rd difficult to follow, on ; 4nessenger departedand
Liberty be
ore the street, the tide had left their boat aground. Mr. accIulltofthelurge oyster bars, which lie i returned in a short time, with any other religious principles than

.l. 1st day ofIay next,' accompanied Will'.aus!: took long walk down the soulh-i m every direction O\ the blThe IJi the proposals, which were these : those which accord with the will

.I : by the writer's name, tOrn shore, which he found strewed with I bier is navigable! for a considerable distance Tha:*. all people both male an( f--k- ofj God, as revealed in the. sacred

. 1I ,ft a separate sealed paper, Avhichill the spoils of the ocean, thrown up by the into the State of Georgia. Ills narrow mule should worship! him in the scripture. "

1 not be opened, unless, he riwiiikics late storm ; cockles, conchs, scollops"! : per- and crooked, but deep ; it has many, following! ma1Ulelthat he.: intended It is. lamented that ,talents and i
and clams as -
were mingled with branches about the heads'ofwhich there
, ;proves) to be the successful) candi ,
..H : newts, snails, mosses and corrallncsm wide Iota great quantity of excellent land, theyare .residing in another unknown acquirements like those of Dr.

date.The confusion, with an infinite ,number of small now rapidly settling. The sea island part,. he would cause a stream to Cooper and MrHolley should.

, merit of the pieces to be de- er shells, highly calculated to excite curiosity cotton grows much larger than it has been proceed from the rock, on wuicb; subject' their possessors to the continual -
Ided the) and interest an enquiring rmnd.On .*- known to in other and
by grow place,
following any
:. ( .. genemen his palace was founded ; to issue persecution ignorant zeal
his return he met Doctor Foster.with a well poded tothe it has even been
of ._ top ;
::1 this city. -Rev. from the mouth of and unhallowed bigotry-yet such
. (".. ilooper.UtflIning large Pellican which he had found struggling known to extend Jto 15 feet ; Sugar canes an image resembling
f J Johnston Vcrplanck, in the! agotfies of death, occasionedby are little inferior ; indeed all vegetables, his, own head ; which stream has ever, been the case, and probably .

)< Joseph, D. Fay, \Villiam SampMV. a large Buifaloe fish of near six oounds proper to the climate, thrive very luxuri should become a great ritir, and will ever be. It is the curse of ,.

f (.( H. Maxwell.! weight, which he had clughtanddeposited antly. I be reverenced, in honor of him.- narrow minded men, that they
Editors in his enormous pouch, but the dorsal fin Our traveller was much delayed, beforehe "
throughout the U. States, That all who would not cannot merely be unhappy in their,
persons
Acridly of the fish! hud pierced and torn the Pellican's could find any kind of timnberpruper to
to the promotion oiA"tticaii homage to this stream should own station, but they must strive .
I \wallet to that degree,that he was peri'hing bear him across the bay of ,Oeklockney, pay ,
: Literature, will please to with the violencel'he.. fish afforded the pines and live oak, growing in the receive no benefit from their prayers I to ,destroy the peace- of others ;

: 1 1 Jfe the above one or more inser them a fine breakfast, but the pdlican neighborhood, were too heavy to float, and applications to. any other they feel that they can never.enjoy "

.tions. S was accidentally) laft behind. and but little flood-wood remained on the Gods or Goddesses. These conditions the eminence which others have. attained
The island was left with pleasure, although banks. On the morning. of the 2"2:1 he and they
and ,
to
A were agreed sanctioned -
to cross the channel every one on had constructed a sma.tll"J.ft:1.1Id after takinga .
Nitre Hall Gun Powder. bOlrd8 obliged to pull ai oar. A' very hearty breakfast of oysters and by B.aimahtho in return Hate that excellence they caT're3.ch.i '*

j IC Subscriber,* agent for the properi- strongcurrent set towards- the" ocean betwixt crabs, he hid his small bundle! of clothing, received the Goddess Bemah\' fiomGongojce { Such men while they arc gnaw

Vrtii Ion, Wl11 be constantly supplied Georgc.'s and Dog Island. j the books and irstrumcuts upon it, for a seat, ; and he thereby obtained ing the file" affect to think that

ail descriptions; ; the of this latter island by by/is'the only o/.e on and at the turn of the ebb tide, set sail 'great power over Braimah's I they are friends 'to' their, speciesand
ills j well known, it tfmwillfcd c.lSS0not8uPe"ortoanv this southern coast whichMoes not belong for the eastern shore ; his progress was *' do but :
to
cI I rote in the tothcfaraily of the BaintsA They'landed slow, and before he had: half crossed: his people. -. attempt corre t thevjewzoftbosein 1
'
cr SLSrtatcs,and far afcovc London TowW abqutjtliree P. M. on St.'J es'.JslLnd. about raft had become much soaked, that it This. is. the manner in ,svhicljthie, authority '* ?

Country: dealersand retailers ten miles east..of 'crooked' river.While .- sunk beneath him, he.swam the balance of rh'e'Gang s received its_ namr, .; They may deceive themselves,

b c supplied oltU1vUlbbeous t rms.F .' 'on shore the wind bccan: fair" tlio' the:.way, and readied tire shore in safety, from the Idol Gongojce ; and: is the .but: cannot the enlightened. parrof
light, but the tide had left the 'boat 'a. his baggage however was ,wet. c" "
: totally of the Hindoos mankind. The history
H. .s isbet. cause worshipping our race
ground. )Ir. Williams the
.& ,' impatient at outhi's
Afterspreading things in the sun
ur.
2tf. slow of the boat the sothat its water.: they: arc so superstitious is full of proof that there never
--- progress more to dry, he discovered the boat at some distajice -
-------.- : their".provisions were, exhausted, deter: up the bay, she, bad siiledup during as to believe, t.1aif they are Hf anyway ;were virtue{ public, spirit to be

NpricE. ininedtoseek a pLSSAg'C.acr ss the country the nigbt\those on,board almost. .starved. oppressed, by bathing ir.jthjs found in intolerance and bigotryand -

.AN.tne election f'r tJ.n \Uenuan to wjpl to: St.Marks. As soon as day light appeared -- ., :AlEs had caught a racoon tlje day river, or offering; up their prayers the wretch ,who would seek to

( a, 'illbe pj O1J.. < his
articles from
heldt bagpige:and proceededup ing. About two o'clock Mr. Williams
j city,on ) the Court Uoole an,thiS the coast be hearjd andTclievcd that their. individual! i'n.a.D exalted station'at -
towardsAlligator Harbour proceeded the coast three or four -
5th ; up -
MUto tTSLrf day of April nextiwjsssiAM : ; '
here the white sandy,beach of St. ,Rosa miles, but the'son beaming on the sand extremely wives are barren': they havecni3y': to the altar religious 'prejudice, is

; : 'wouldhave formed delightful promenade. .hot, andh1myingbeen wet most wash ,in ,that water thc'y\will I :worthy, of ;the darkest day of inquisitorial
Instead'of it'he had to 'choose- betwixt I a' of the morning and unable. to find and ,
:Benj. WYl118IL any become fruitful ; .and th eyvea: j power, shows that
1...' :.. : shorecovcrcd with :palmeltocs and briars, fresh Water, became faint and unable tomake '' should he 'attain
J. : s ', carry their faith in its virtues so far J I : ever the power,
Caro ) or a beacli knee :deep with mud, he divided (farther progress. The boat was
Eugene f his walk between, both. When he still beating insight ; :he:.raised :aiignA as to believe,._ that, if they drown 1 i he woatd.uite.the, crutlty of a "

3h 1 5th,1R'.t. ta\'all, a. had: proceeded about fopr.miles east he discovered tl'yrctumedto the,shore and, took him ,themselves in the Ganges, they will 'Caligula' \ .tojhtj vices' of an. Alexander

: S the bones of an enormous. fiib,th. on board. They continued to beat up tke everlastingly.... ): happy' .1. vil; V: r -


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'yertmlay.: by ,a i : > | yh'plc ptrtrtttJtrlttr .,
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4 : ::..,, *: i. .; ','..4. "j 'ft from St t; Thomas: ? by On Wednesday ,last, the village I Spanish. Dccrees in relation. to, the Land\ ers.I. .,commun 0\ @.!W'iu L.. <;r r'"4'
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:. CHARLESTON. March, 8,: ,! the brig Caroline,Ann., 'The:"fleet, Wilksbare,.Pa,was- visited" :ith : We ,, j F Claimt, in favored Florida Y09r,Excellenc'jrrbfhas!" !JL'odl.
: havej'eit ICol.If ).
by
-. FROM HAVANA. v fo mentioned:cdn no.'other-; than n violent:: hurricane, /which lasted ,'foryour inlclligcr a" 'C l,

By the U. 5. Brig Porpoise, portion of the Naval force which,' about five minutes, The elegant AMU/TOST of }Florida one of the Land Commissioners Claims- pliance thereof tHe C,?u';

our last accounts from Europe stated bridge over the 'Susquehanna, was ; which
Capt. Ramage: and the Brig Rachael you will give an account
with two important decrees of the
& Sally! CajU. Noycs, we was fitting out at Brest fr'r Mar swept, from its foundation ; the His Majesty." -

have Havana Papers to the 2d inst. tinique"and Gaudaloupethe beginning Episcopal Church received much royal authority of Spain declaringtheir Which copy to your Excel

'of January. Wes shall Injury, and buildings, were grants of laud to the DukeDEALAOO c from the ) :
p A letter from: a correspondent, probably muny : ) same_ Royal Order
learn now whether blown dovn-.The cost of the :; and others, to.be una- much it 1a
mentions that, there was no news, soon I as as may refer to'
but that a gacatjtateof tranquility these forces are only intended for bridge walt g56OOU stock to the lienable. This is important to be same, in that Ministerial "dt

: prevailed in Cuba. IIa'ana"a& the:protection 'of' 'the colonies, ashas amount of eighteen' thousand was known, as the assignee of the aforeid ment of the Indies, as also'that

very health, und no intelligence bccu given out by the French held by the 5tate.- /iecfa/or, >.'; Duke is now said lobe making der date of the 19th of the; prtsr,::
t large sales in this country, under -
Government.r-Soff. Pat. month-I have informed -
of any 1 late p'iractical acts had been I the
I :' received. "ST. THOMAS, Feb. 21, 1824 James Hobson, was deliberatelyand his purchase. : per Council'of the punctual O'b nit:

.. The following is an extract of a "By a late arrivau from Martinique maliciously assassinated by We understand from the same i Vance of that decree: in as r

letter from an officer on board the we learn that two 74's, thiee Benjamin Clark, in the town of gentleman that among the papers; as His Majesty has understood

U. S. schr. Shark, forwarded to the frigates, and several transports, Albion, Illinois, on the 17th of Dec and documents detained by Gen. that, compromising his high fatf.

editor of the Courier, by the above having on board 2000 troops, had A reward of 400 dollars offeredfor JACKSON, from being sent awa'y'with cy, andagainst theonly sense and

arrival for publication. arrived there from France ; and the apprehension of the mur- GovernorCOFPINGWI, there, spirit,!of the 'laws, it was 'i io C0ft: .
have been found many "
important
U S. S'hr. Shark,eft anchor off report,adds that more were to fol deier.-Boston Gaz. temptation to. promote the aHtj

Antonia, J,.zurdo (.41ex.)F b. 18.u.5 low... Private letters mention that Royal Decrees, defining tlie powers; .t or. of the lands granted in ,;

We returned yesterday to our quarters had been taken for 8 offir( Several 1 buildings were destroyed and privileges of the Spanish Governors \:Jorula.s to various individaaui : "h]

anchorage, havingb.een compelled ::ers of rank ; we can hardly imagine .- !yAre at Columbia, S. C. on the and thus enabling Jhe,Commissioners -. ," Which I" copy; to 1.ur'd..

to slip ;and put to'sea, in one of that this force should be sent morning of the 14th Jan. ; loss to compare their! jrantswith ship, for your. 'informatlou;. \

the heaviest gales of wind I ever out merely for the protection of estimated'at 850,000. their author ty. It js conjec- ,compliance thereof.

witnessed in any time at sea. The the colonies." tured that the seasonable Vigilance God preserve
your Lordship
shore they have not --- -- Philadelphia aud energy of G-neral JACKSON, a: m ,
on .
pcopU: : say J6tI : The mail stage between ny years.Havana .

seen so vioLnt a (Jnl. for 20 years. lI"E r\c. : and Baltimore, was upseton that time, will hiv preserved ,November 1 lIb, 1818.

We did not slip until our chain 'cable the night of the, 22d Jan. near I for the United States, upwards of (Signed,) tALEXANDRO ._ .

had patted ; 14 of our best men ST. AUGUSTINE, Feb. 23. Abbington, about 23 miles from one million of acre!. RAMIREZ

were lost in the hiunch,in attempting There five [Tramlation.] To the Go-r'mlof'SuJ'Dtlegaleofl.
the latter city. were
The General of Cuba( the "
Captain o Gov-
Col. Humphreys arrived hereon Finance,
reach her she had St.JlagmtineFlorida,)
to
to gone passengers in the stage, none of ernor of East Florida.
Friday of last week, and set out Courier, .
th assistance of an English) schr. whom experienced serious injury.Mr. His Excellency the Secretary of

tha .. got on a reef, and on her return -; Wednesday for Fort St. Marks, Daniel Brown, the Cherokee State, and of that office, under date THE PILOf.---The soldier
where he will he met by the Governor )$
Xhe gale came on su suddenly when immediate preacher," received some slight of the 18th of July last, states to has distinguished himself by hit
and with such iolt nr.eshc wasUfl1blt measures
wounds on his face. Mr. 'Evarts, me as follows :- military achievements

to regain the schooner. The will be adopted to'concentrate all of Boston, and another gentleman, U MOST EXCELLENT SIR- statesman who,has and'the'
the Indians in the new reservation. I acquired a rt-j
srhoonei-was fiom Havana bound were buried under the baggage, 'Under this date I state to the President putation for wisdom in ]
In the time our council
we assure
mean
her for money. The last we saw friendsin and yet escaped unhurt. Mr. E. is I of the Council of the Indies, call forth the applause of the'com.
friends and those who have ,
t of her she was .anchor, hut was on a missionaryjourney among the .the following The
King
our munity at while
large, an author
Florida, that there is no apprehension -
of
We have little
4 dragging. hope South Western Indians, in company master has understood that the alienation whose writings confer
of the least disturbancewith upon usa v
4 her safety, as nothing has> since wth Mr. Brown. The aboveis of the lands granted the nation, hono scarcely inferior
.
Brethren.E.
,
our Rti
been seen of her. Mr. Thompson, Florida Herald. the sixth seventh stage accident Floridas, to the Duke de Alagon, U hardly noticed, and receives

our master, and one of our men, that, has curred within a Count de Punonrostro, and Don from a discerning public a
-+- I very
were on board of her/ I month, on the same route.-.V.: H. Pedro de, Vargas, and others, has inadequate compensation, for the
The'Spallis1{ bark Conchita.which From the JV. York Gazette: Feb. 28.
h DAMAGE BY THE GALE.Theweather I Patriot. been encouraged ; thereby com- services he has rendered. In Eng.
arrived Havana the I
at on
of i promitting the high policof his land, our distinguished
during the whole the country.
26th ult. in 55 days from Cadiz .Excellent.--ln York County, Majesty and to'th
I
winter has been more variable, contrary only man, Washington Irving, receives -
brings no intelligence of interest Mr. Barritz who and of the
Pennsylvania, a import true meaning attention and caresses from
with less cold. than season we
$ from the Peninsula.-The captain any has been decided federalist laws. His therefore

J have ever experienced. We ha.ehud always a Majesty commands the most distinguished of thaini
reported that an expedition was about has held the office of Register to to excel- tion. He
a succession of gales and mild me renew your has not done more for

to sail from Cadiz, consisting weather. About 4 o'clock on and Recorder, ever since the lency the order, for the information us than Mr. Cooper yet we are

of one ship of the line, two frigates, Thursday afternoon a strong gale administration Mifflin, by t horn of that Council, that the giftsof very much mistaken should the

and iwo lu'is-tlJ.\t: the Peninsula set in from the &. E. which increased he was appointed. Mr. B. was said larch are not* to be understood author "f the Spy, .visit Philadel
was never -n a more tranquil state. wounded the revolution and alienable and much less
if
as
during phia, those who enjoy the labo
in violence and
ten
by
On the 28th January last, the in of his wound one to foreigners- it is of his
consequence according as talents, and, others who
o'clock blew hUI' pretend
+ a complete Cane,
Deputation of Police, which had of his has since been ordered and laws.
attended with heavy rain. In the legs: ampuated. provided IJY.our to be the Maecenases of oui
ben appointed in August! 1816, Since Gov. Shultzcame into By Royal order I communicate the town would bestow more attention:
course of the night the wind shifted
\?'i re-established in Havana, by to S. and before daylight! came out office, he has been much troubledby same to your Excellency for your upon him, than if he were an unlettered

the order of Govl'rnorrivt' and a an importunate offict -hul1tcr, information, and that of he Council stranger. Do notjmagioe
froni S W. and blew with
message. from the governor was violence. great who applied fOI' the place, occupied and for your more exact knowledge that we wish the bells to be seU

I read in tlv session, pointing out the the old wounded veteran. thereof and by the ,same I
\Ve have to record the follow- by ; ringing, 2c: caps to be thrown in tht
.obj cts foe which they were again disasters the East sidt oftfAt' The Governor at lastbecoming forward it to your Excellency for air,when a man who has written t
ing on
convened. Those objects are, tlir I impatient, very deliberately went your information & government." ; book,chances to visit, us; but then

serious delinquencies committedagainst town : to his bureau, and, after searching, And I transcribe it to your Lordship j is a certain class of men'in' eve]
of
the internal police of the I [Here follow accounts damage appearing to search for something for the same ends on your society, who in a great measure:influence
done Hilt vessels death
island, the prisons, the! houses of to a long ; among the papers, returned i the literary taste o( those
of and the loss part.God
correction, the .assyums for insane I of a a negro French, Sailor.') supposed and said: There one thing wanting preserve your.Lordship many among whom they reside, and I

pl'rsonsntJ particularly- the assassins The effect of which, in my opinion, i* of years. we may judge of these arbiters oi

and d spe..adocswho infest most extraordinary more importance than all the reat." Havana, October 20th, 1818, taste, from the feelings which prevail
: both the and the the gale may be seen on the Bat- :
city country.Governor -aduing.-1fthatcan be procured (Signed) throughout our city, we ar
of
the end
a. Vives says in his mes- tery. Nearly opposite you shall certainly receive, the JOSECIENFUEGOS.His irresistibly led to the conclusio
Pearl-street! several lengths of the
: sage, that the promulgation of popular I apJlo 1Uwzent.u The applicant with that Mr. Cooper would scarcely Ix
stone coping on the front wall, were
less than the de- ('r"a"latirm.)
opinions, no much earnestness repliedI will noticed by these pretenders to literature
not only thrown from their places, DON MARTIN
cay of agriculture. and commerce, furnish Excellency with anything Excellency DE and liberality of feeling
your
i : but some of the.m broken by the GAKAY .of of
has been the means of enci easing I The Governor Secretary State, and Works of imagination
required. are intend*
I violence of the waves. This copingis the office of the of the
these who about Treasury
predators,
carry then informed him that there was I ed for the amusement those who
tlwm prohibited arms, and disturb formed office cut stone, in slabs Indies, has communicated to mer
wantii his credentials A have leisure, and who move ii
the tranquillity of the island. of from 4 to 8 feet in length, about g among : under date of the Slst July last, the i
if he would what
and
SAWED LEO ; go they are pleased to style tlit
t feet wide
and
Conner. 4 8 or 10 inches following Royal Order :--
back to York and return with one, fashionable circle : this cl&uof
..0 thick, bedded on the wall in proper finder date of the 27th inst. the upon
t hcwouldbe immediately commissioned people, the Poet and the Xoielii
cement and the ends of each
of State informs
Secretary what
4 t NewYOltK: Feb. 28.Curracoa secured with iron clamps inlaid, ; but until '1C brought tha follows : me mnst depend for remuneration fo

I '. PapersWe have document, he could not think of their labor ; but when we hear
and leaded in their sockets. From "' Excellent Sir.-Under date of '
Curracoa papers to the Slst of turning out an old RevolutionarySoldier young lady assign as a reason for!
the in which the
secure manner the 28th of last r have
April communicated -
January inclusive. Their contents, who had been wounded in disliking Mr. Cooper's NoVels,
coping was placed, and the fact of i
I I by Royal order to the
for the most not interesting nd'lost' .
part are the service of hi? country & that the scenes are not sufficient!}
I such effects taken
having place President of
the
Council of the Indies
as the news from the Colombian for who had I -
upon such weight, jome idea maybe a leg, to make way one what follows. elevated, that there are no Lord*
Republic has mostly been anti- I no pretensions to the office 0:1 the Marquises, Knights aud Masqut-
formed of the force of the Excellent S/r. Whfca the
-
tflhIh King
cipated. Accounts from the LI- 5crvict-
ind. score of Revolutionary rades introduced' and on asking:.I

: berator, Bolivar, at Lima, are_ to u JV r. Spectator. our master, thought proper, a little male critic if he,has read the Pilot,

- the 25th September. Tne/e had time since, to condescend to the to hear him that he has -
reply
perus-
JF A Quntijn concerning Aliens. distribution of various Sands of his
been much confusion
theF. of
edition
cd
among Salmagundi. new one chapter & the ontline give!
It has been decided by tiejudg'sof : l9minions in the Flu rid solicited
patriots, and a revolution the announced in as, as -
in this excellent work is : by the Editor of a _Newspaper,
the sixth Circuit Court of the 1)scnne of his
meritorious
I but Bolivar I
: lvd done
government the London papers. In speakingof ; which has satisfied his curiosit
; much to allay the turbulence of; United States, for Georgia, that a his writings in general, the Lon- ..ubjects, it was under the idea that we are not astonished that men 'c

: faction and it was believed great proportion of the certificatesof this gift would cause no injury, and
confidently don Courier, which has hitherto genius should devote their talent,
naturalization, to foreigners that the donees
granted
F. lie would restore good order been niggardly of-its praise of A- should use them a- to any profession but that of wri

and harmdn) The royalistswere since 1802, are illegal ; in merican literature, remarks, that greeablv to the legislative system :: ing. It is a home tr th,"that tt

yet in solne force in the inte- consequence of which persons the united powers of Goldsmithand which governs on the subject, as is society in the Athens of Amen
holding such certificates in Georgia ::pressly manifested His.Majesty
riorvtliough there were rumors of: Mackenzie appear to be concentrated ; by ca" must undergo a. thorough n

SQ'ite partial success against them, I are about to apply to,Congressfor .. in the gen:us of \V\S in his own,concession communicated volution before this name shal

... "' which, if true it was supposed, relief. ingtonIrving.. The playful yet to the Supreme Tribunal cease'to be applied to us by oi

would compel Canterac to follow It appears from the decision that chastened humour of the first, with transmitting also correct.'Copies neighbouring cities, derision...

;. l the example of Morales. The Peruvian most el' the aoplications for naturalization the exquisite pathos of the second of their respective solicitudes, Philadelphia Aurora.m .

fl < Congress has con6ded the have been made to the characterise all the writings 'of for c :a. ination. In this state, his

, : ;1'I salvation of its republic to the Liberator clerk instead of the court. whereasthe I this American author.-,V. Y. Pat. majesty having understood that An extract' of a letter to the Ed

with,all the unlimited faculties act of Congress requires that I the covetousness; ofForcigners had itor of the Philadelphia Centinrt
; which the application shall be made to the deceived the good faith of the do
: must necessarily be dated
: .. exercised, in order to fulfil this important court, and that the court and not Counterfeit Ten Dollar Bills of nees, by trying to.enter into nego- : "Tlie.democrats at Harrisburg, (Pa.; ) JariTSJ

I t and glorious trust.-The the clerk, is to administer the oath.: the Bank of South Carolina, are in cialions, for the purpose of appro- says of this' Borough "

'" liberator on presenting himself in By the 2d section of the act, circulation. Great caution is necessary priating part or the whole of these and held a meeting last ;night

the hall of congress, amidst millions every alien arriving after ,the pass as their execution is saidto gifts, or taking advantage: of the adopted Gen. JACKSON resolutions :recora'
mending
; ofaclamationsof ing of the act, required to report be remarkably good.--Southern benefits arising'therefrom-which i (or the IV;
joy, confidence :
sidency, and JOHN C. ,CALHOVN/(ri
. himself the clerk of Pat. shoulditbe
the
verified
] would
i. and not only
gratitude, pledged him. Vice Pre ident.TheMlnager.
.,. i i .
1 District
\, l'' j8eU to- .make the greatest efforts- to Court, where such alien cause I many political ,inconveniences r

arrives, or to a Court qf Record of but might occasion in
: realize the wishes
of his heart and great
Power the of
of Pt///y.There is New /TheoU*
''j some o her istrict or State and juries to the said
; donees
: oCcongress. This / ; by the invalidity
body assigned Chatham
the certificate of such now exhibiting! at Boston, a purchase of their ( Garden, New-York) bn
,, him 50,000 dollars salary during reportis Mr. contracts, not- 'oficred )
rove by Almoran Holmes an elegant, 'Grecian Cros
requed to be exhibited withstanding their
his continuance good faith. Toobviate
tfin Peru ; decreeing when is made of that city, on which ;is ofpure: gold, valued at 8100 f*
application for :therefore
the such. evils His '
at same time, the the best PoaticaJ.
payment suspended twenty-five hundredweight Address ,'
by
plenary admission. Butv it has Majesty has : ,
thereof in determined that by '
preference to other and is the Lady., It is to be fr
every ; so ingenious spoSen at the
; the notice of the
that
escaped ,
parties ,
claim but 1 same SupremeTribunal that
n the
,
magnanimous of-the
application that 11 will pening the New Theatre
1 r ...' Bolivar mudcstly refused this concerned,, that this 'report is superadded raise this ounces has issued the orders concessi. and is not.to'. exceed,;.
provision incomparably : line
enormous sixty
. : to the other.requisitions, on, each of the ,
)interested
stating that,he was sufficiently weight. person and, to be' forwarded so H. B.u'REREJ
1 that the sole efectolit is to in the'i same be
provided for: by the prose notified ,the precise
t salarygranted the' time of the alien's arrival,;and terms in which Chatham-street; : ..acco'mptitk
1 him by'the laws of Colom ) .they are to understand ,with
p even iuclfre'po-rt'' to {her Singular name.-.!A Col.) Bhn- the ; ,a sealed packet conttfr
tt bia. A splendid banquet was given any ; tenor of said gift so ,as ing the author's
in honor of him on the same day,' clerk than the 'clerk of the District. : chard was married in ;Vermont to that e general expression, granted ,tfame.
.
f by the government.-Spectator.IMPORTANT. Court of the United States, where. Miss Thomas Jefferson Cameron, in to much at- it is.not nfijiosed ts The New YorkNational* Adft

. ,. such. alien arrives, is insufficient. grand-daughter of ,General ,Stark. the taws, can give,r.o;room for'ex cate states that but'four person
And where'also, it must be 'made. This,is the first girl called Tommy planations
,; and making:them un are at,present confined. in the De>
.. .-The following to a court, and not to : ,clerk/ ever: married in this derstand
} a :- COU1Itl't.fcltJQCQI'e.lv. .- that it is ''n'ot' in their tor's.prison, in that ',city. Thtf
isIt of letter received "
extract a Mobile Com. Rfg r ., 7 to alienate '
power them, in part or debts amount to only S314.C .
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\Ve learn thtit Mr' YerbY'Wd' An miscreant .
abandoned dtform
m z- advantage of any '- (l ctttrrlscdotret'a>Ofk '
A '' i.versow--'endcgrow
: pgJJ@Dr Bet at: liberty after few; hours confinement ed with< evaYvice; that, 'degrades to chew. by )our .Ut;nce, your- con1tempt t Permcola;: APrit1: ;sE'taa: ,... ,

l_\0 uo one, coming, forward to the ,human'!character, will, some of the!defamer: or_ generous-:- ALL: p .nona having cla'su. and titles
l'. S TI1 V.\l'RlL: 3,1824. accuse h m.-Adv.*; "* time"traduce'the f' most virtuouo'f iy' undertakclhe defence of the '81> I, &i &; to,bnd. within_ JiVrst. Florfo arc '

'Jtq.at '. arrived in this city yescopy ,I mankind; "it:certainly can_ 'not heconteadedt sent; for that croon who will -1 HEREBY NOTIFIED.-

coL Nmphn St.).\u sane; !accompanied! Philo" Liberalitat" is entitled-- : that,,it,. _ia an abridgement dalize any absent fierton in, your that:the tension cf the Board of Coir.mk-
: :ta t '! from of ennnolc Chiefs,on a city; to our warmest thanks, and: most of the'!sheety.of the press, to presence In 'all.firobability in: another j I Rioncn ha* been extended until the first '
ember Mncerely :do we tender them such t day of January next, and that 10 much of
! the Gofttnor. ,'I to prevent impertinent scurrility. company, may,.,/'tak ill, of you.S. the law u heretofore provided for,the filing
11.I ta him at the time '
.
; ,same requesting : There is .a wide difference: be- .; T f claims*:prior to the 1st day of ,December
I intLe -of the La", extending our patrons to lend this number tween personal animadversions. J J ,1823,ha* been repealed, and toe

A time limited for the hculrnivnt{ .without'heattation. to alltbeir borrowing the examination,; official.misconduct time extended to the first day of SrPtem-
't.C se .te land. claims in Horida I neighbors. ; the former is dictated)' en- (): .I31tIo:9t.IN ber,}1874. ,All claims not filed before that
Cprl' tim, hall be held anddeemed: void
un. and
furnished I U5 b. "Scandalum" in Veritasis i
bten polittI} answer to v prifate malice or any otherconspiracy of none effect. The office-will be
('Ittu D ss Commissioners; and shall apo"e received, and although we do : :; of, vicious passions bleb SENATE. Monday next ;ch-mant! : are requestedto openon
:
k in our next ; its most promi.nofeatures i I wish to be classed among the I engenders feuds, factions nd'bickttrinIJI March 3. be punctual in their attention to the
'('r. >pt 11' may be found In i I friends of scandal, it shall have a in society' ; the latter eradicates On motion of Mrr SMITH, the examination t'f their: claims; 'a. the commissioners

ttbod seat notice published in this paper'I i place in our next, that all sides vice and promotes virtue.It Senate, (as in committee o the are determined to take them _
I whole, Mr. BARBOUR up in the order in which tiny are '
h dll n ukiuoutihe, derailment I I may have an impartial bearing. may be urged that the Pressis chair in the ed by the Secretary.SAMUEL irrang

Iii.b4 id i r title',from the original $r.ntee: to Crito" and mechanic" are under the controul, of the law. ,) resumed the considerationof R. OVBRTOS,1 :
this Act of ahjLJress received and shall this the bill I from the other House, JOSEPH M. Comm srs<
oh present claimant: appear next is true in part, but should it WHITE, 5
In. dispenses with the neces- week.COMMUNICATIONS.. fall into the hands of a hireling making afifirofiviationtforthe military M. ,I1U\"L ,.Secretary,'
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,:11 I of obtaining a copy of the c-: ------- bankrupt aud a pennyless scribbler, tervice of 'the U. States, for ---- ,
h
e st tr the NOTICE.
'A conveyances in extenso, and desirous of assailing some amiable! year 1824. The question was

:1 req nejne uirt' an abstract only from the For the Penu (!la Gazette. character, there is then no resource the stated from the chair to be upon; THE-. U..ljEll."tIG.-ED,

d.hef c of the Public Archives : this MR. HUNT-1 observe that the for the ob'ect'of unmerited' persecution motion made by llr.lIACON1 iar nit)' or T.II '
( hen
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all that the There in \ the bill was before under American Bible*. 'Society
"Ie understand, was Mobile Commercial Register, in : are every community ,
consideration
InVest Florida restless discontented to strike out arise : and ear.e some
1:. Commissioners noticing -establishment of BESPECTFULLY re- '
your
pct required, this provision of the I 1 The of Florida spirits, who, like the viciousAthenean clause providing for the >purchase to his office of all fl
c paper says people of theBIBr.hSaml XE\V TESTAMENTS .
a
farmupon which is '
. l tlr is intended to relieve the clai- I will no doubt, so far consult are tired of hearing .4- in the of a tavern belonging to this intit'lt'on, which arc not =
vicinity the
pants in East Florida from the their own interests as to give it the ristides called II the ust" and Military approved of by the Ilcv.. ))... Mauihauf, E
eipenceof procuring and havingrcor.drd necessary rt." And I bope would ostracise him for his virtue Academy, at West Point. anti which, in consequence thereof may
supp { After
Slime discussion the have become useless to the holders #
the and justice. qucs- -tins
mesne. conveyancesit that you find it so ; at the same s tion'V4S i .
taken, by Yeas and rquest is made with the >unc b_ -: -lent
Nays
but to the claimantshere A #free and enlightened in ,
length ; time, I observe practice in our city press and decided? motive that prompted the donation of
it is of no importance, as it which indicate that the merchants America should be in the hands' of this against striking out ;tae.sc sacred books, and it Is since retv ho ;

b d only provides what our board had and other citizens of Pe nsacola Jo respectable men, who will regulate appropriation; 16 in the affirmative :ped that due respect will be paul to if.W. 1'

lish& long since determined, and have not give you all the suppo'tvhich with such prudence and discretion, The ,bill and 26 in then the nc ative. DavLcm.April /"

always acted upon I think it expedient that they that instead of becoming a sewer, I Senate was without reported lethe 3-3LLE I
through which all the filth of the I amendment / -
should ; for instance, I frequentlyhear ; I and /
reil- White informs that he is conducted passed to a third reading. Ati / r
Col. us some of neighbors call to profligate upon the I S. r-

lit received a letter, which menliontthat their boys .'Tom go to Mr. community, it'will be vehicle HOUSE O}' REPRESENTATIVES, Soussigne i agissant au nom de la. so* i f

rn..or Maj. Luckett had leftWashington and borrow the newspaper." 1 of learning and intelligence ; and i JIarcAS.Mr. ciet Americaine de 1.. B.ble, priercspectueusement ;

a.aJr for this place ; we see also written advertisements whilst the right of examining the COOK;, from the Committee :! Its Bibles et aver empmssrnlenti

may expect hi, arriyal in a few posted at the corners I pass, and opinions of the Judiciary is recognized on the Public Lands, reported ;. quetoutes festaments'appartenant, tons a cells Its Nouteaux'ocetrci
,
tl days. that your advertising column are it should only be attemptedby hill" granting certain public lou I \u\ n'aYant 1 pas etc upprouv es,:: pap 1 leiv.
prudent critics to the cities of Pensacola and }it. Monsieur Maenhaut
rrhe very bare : I cannot see these things ;they occupy stations ont/ devenus .
The Foreign dates by the last without calling the attention of u- the elevation to which requires 'Augustine{ ;" which was twice i iva inutiles i tux personnel auquclles. ifs ,ont ,
mail older than those of labour and i' and committed. ote dhtribu s,sount rapr.ortts .-u bureau ;
are previously thers thereto, and 1 hopefor the years study- Si dt; sonss'ignd. Le motif: tie ben nitcjui
gy- 1 received. credit of Pensacola abroad, that is with that as with every other an M'arch' 4. '; iuMpiru Ja distribution; de ces !lutes sa

thc.y will not continue. I wouldconjure or science in which il should be th Mr. Ga 'ay, from the committeeto ics,eat aussi celui qui eotcitea J les redemander -

'c.a. We have receivedWashington my brother Floridians, not height presumption to condemn, wh,':.. as icferred! the nnmoii1 i.1 i-i en ce moment, et on espere' one
to the 6th ult. Congress without To .1 1 of Di..1a .,- Smith i I c.tt: demandeobtiendra la considerationDavison.
City papers to suffer it to be said, that a Press understanding. heal : s on Vaccl; !,.le nu-ntc.

a.or appears: to have matured little : cannot meet with encouragement one, unacquainted with the subjects nation. made a report on that suV8ft 1 "\ti" ,i

rc1e or no business of importance I Ilattly. in West Florida. Have it not to of a judicial decision, pronouncing t, accoir.panitd: by hill"to enC ,

At the last dates they wereengaged I say, to the friend who enters yourdwelling it erroneous, would he LJ. urae Vaccinatic. :.i h pro- '-j| J,1'of: letters reniain-ng1 in the t .---st

,1 in the discussion of the.. and wishes to know whatis ludicrous, as for the unlettered ,des for the appoint.rut.. hy tlu r < t Office at Pensr.coJa,3lst.. }!arc &.J, ;

1tr Tarifl" ill ; against which numerous i passing in the world, *c I will I savage to decide upon the propriety President of the United States, o? n'hich.it'v.Sl be! fonvaitleu not taken+ om tllC.:thin three months

petitions ( were daily' presenterf. send and borrow you a paper." of Sir Isaac Newton's Princi- a Central Agt"nt, with suhurdin .> as dead Letter*. Genera: Post Office

tl Permit not the strangers, who pia" or Stewart's n1et ph'sicks.- Agents in each State and TerritoIT A.-Thomas Allan: Joshua Arni tron +

trpn We understand letters fromGen. walk in the streets! of Pensacola, to A tailor cannot drop his bodkin, u < .for the conservation and dist"Ou B.-Major R'.Bradford,Charjes( Deeler,

Call state, that the Bill see written advertisements at every ; brick mason his trowel, or a groceihis 101 orsmai l..poX! mat't.'I', ..s mudtjeuai 1 TtK'iiiav. M. Bush, Kdwd. Byrne, Sear. '

1C making three Judicial Districts of .corner ; and those at a distanceto cent per cent: on toilet1 and candles ; art pejvous- 'applying fo snip(>.-,Col Alexander, Clinch.Coulter James,C William oh! Line Scants s i

8 ibis Territory will probably become say if we may judge from the ; and become It!)' Lord Coke vaccine matter to he supplied wt '- l\VHrd Campbell ,CumMIJ -

a law. .. appearance of the Pensacola Gazette or Halt by ;i'' irrsto change;"'theymay a packet, for one dollar, sufficid.: K.-Ede Van E\'our.F. .

iere there is no business doing in understand their own profes-t( < vaccinate five families :) whir .Captain Winslow Foster, James D.

We publish the following by' that city ; for there is as much advertising sions, but when they attempt thatof I vas twice rc-d'l) ar-1 i rommitled. 'alls., KbenezerPorrar.il.G. .

ry request, and we do so with much in the paper of anY little! others Othello's occuiiatioiione. l'?. ". Lieut.- Hailer jani.n bb.rt:! ; John C. Guoluck
ft'wyintMr Griffith, Tbo
n.Sf pleasure, as we think that our country town in the United States, 1; When Paul was discoursing MARRIED-On the "list ult. by the ..CS,, :r, Jno & Lloyd Gordon, Jenkin

columns can be better as in that : therefore we cannot of the Resurrection, Festus Uer 1 if never occu- think, of going there with our produce thought he was n\au""P&tul understood !i'q. to Miss I-'LORCti9TFF LAVAIIV, daughter II.-Francis ;!arson, James C. Harvey, ,

of pled, than in giving circulation to or our merchandize." But the doctrine, but rectal did ofMr,1\ugeneLwaUe; ; all of this city .fumes Harris, Madam Hogg, M'. II. Hunt', ,

tvidences of the spreading of uni- rather let the not-so some mouern scion Or Sundav the Sltttilf.by the Rev Mr.Mueiiluul joseph \\r.Hail, ...r. Hunter.
in i
paper puMislied Doctor T:: ,u.g li, 1'aT.:, t. K.-Henry King1.
Tersalcharity among the different our city be the correct indicator: of might suppose a judge mad, whenhe Miss MABT JCSSPBTXB Lie BARON, daughter L.-J.eut.\\'ilham; Lear Moses Levy. 0

Ftx .denominations of Christians ; and our prosperity and growing importance was uttering reason and la*".- of the late (apt, \.e Baron of ths! c.ty: M.-Ezra Stiles Meigs, Edgar ,Macon,

ire trust the time is fast and show, what is the fact, Some ycais ago.. plaintiff sued Ir. Chuborne, Ala Thursday the 2 Monsieur Maily, Alexander Mims, Fraudsco -
approaching that our city is already defendant for an assault>> and buttery ult. }:r. JAXC.S R, CotEcny, llerc. ant o-; co Moreno, Peter sensed, Charles Miftin,
when Catholics and Protestants -' respectablein that Place, to Miss MARTHA IJHAuroitn James Mc'Kenna. McNeiIJin..
. i point of mercantile and ul I edging, according to form U ; H.Mo
commercial of ,
daughter Mr John Bradford of MonroeCountv Mirdy, Nancy 3IcMillan,James
Presbyterians, Baptists and business. that he had been ** wounded divers i- Murray.
j.o Thus shall we by i' -Lieut. John Pickell; Vincent Piu-
j.It 0a Methodists. will unite in spreadingthe encourage an increase of population sticks, staves, stones and ,ado Francisco P. PalmesR. ,

Ite 0c Holy Scriptures(at the same and in fact benefit aurseivts, sledge-hammers," the proof was .-Majoi Jonathan Robinson, David
time that defendant had ,iow and,-Richards, Georgt.Rooinson.
recollecting that charity while we show our gratitude to you pulled plaintiff'snose Daniel Le Roy & Co. Edwd. B. '0
I should for exertions to instruct and the defendant was condemned Randolph
begin at home) and will exercise | your S.-Nathan Shackleford, 3,Reuben Stevenson
1 towards each other that T amuse us. and for such an unrighteonsjudgment i Jesse Stroud, Thomas Swett,
,r PHIL-.LIBERALIT being unacquainted with '!'.George TunsUl,Elijah Thompson.
charity and brotherly love which: the common law, he wished to impeach U.-Major William Underwood. '
'
I.r a't
they so strongly inculcate ; a the Judge. W.-Peter Wallet, John B. Wright, '
idy A'I a. EDITOR.. -I concur in optni- John White, William Whoriev! DoctorvVhite.
phew
'J we shall no longer hear a idm en with the correspondent in He who should attempt to writeon '

1 one say I am of Paul" I your this, as well as on any other subject Y.-J. Yancey. :
or last paper, that it is the of 0
duty every -
Sf of Apolloj." I should understand it, otherwise Collector, Key West.
. citizen be
to attentive
' to the
ignorance should commt1ndsilt'nce Robert Ni.l
from the Louisiana Gazette. i operations of the general and 10c&11g'Jvel't1ments tcheIIs.
6r induce i PORT ()F PEeJVSJ1.COl
charity : them to Poll Mattci
i
It" ICr A
held public meeting will be I ,and to the agents.who believe the, actions and motives of I. March 3bt-1824.-3t. -
. on Thursday! are to into
18th employed eBloc'their
evening, carry
;
| others, that they do r.ot understand AIIRiVElJ.
test at 7 o'clock in i I MAIL
I the office of machinery. to virtuous and ARRANGEMENT,
o
the Hon. the of A : Sch. Tom Shields, Forsyth, New-Or
:s Mayor the city, for vigilant scrutiny into the conduct correct.RIEGO. on Thursday at 10
. thr of of leans: cargo, hay,cider, apples, whiskey, DUE A.M.,
purpose forming a CATHOLIC public functionaries is calculated
V, .......- flour, sugar.-pork, tubacc &c to Stone & on Friday at 1 P. M.
1J BIBLE SOCIETY. All Protestants as to keep them within the legitimate Frum the Boston Weekly Magazine. Nisbet and the Captain Robert Mitchell,* -

xell as Catholics, are requested to_ sphere of their author l).. ON CALUMNY. I Sch. Mary Hose, Garcia, New-Orleans, Put fa t". :
attend. The Rev., Father Antonia To warn the people of the approachof How conscious are the inhabiters ; cargo, corn, potatoes apples&c. to order, April 3d, 1824-;t.
I.t .de Sedilla has promised to'be.pre.sent danger-to protect from I I CLEARED:
, society i of the world we live in, and _sogiven
:
Sch
at the meeting. the consequence of inordinate :1 : Florida, Day, Tampa Day, with
1. ambition to censure'are the and SaltVhiske)9 Flour
for
t I sons provisions the U: S.. troops: ,
. and
. ofhcial impropriety are i daughters of men, that it is almost Sch, Bachelor, Pia, 8t; Marks,
I i1'r I Murder! It is a subject'of great: among the greatest benefits of a a miracle for a person to avoid the &c.RECEIVED ,

t1\onishment to us that in a civited free press. The 'spirit of enquiry ,, calumny of busy bodies, be their per latest arrivals .

- community, a known mur should nut be confined to one, but words and actions ever so pure and NOTICE. by ,
.
fcrer of a fellottr-betn should beat should be of extended to every department prefect : slander will rear her detested A RESOLUTION of the Roard of Al. A. Stbne $ F. R. Jl+'zsbe t. S .

yet the government ; event head and say something to I dermen of this city, amending the tif fI\ Barrels whiskey; :
. liberty, for the want of anaccuser e judiciary, the sanctuary of justice their disadvantage ; were such per- 10th section of the ordinance of the '16th \_ 25 Do. sup. Richmond flour; ,

; because he was also guilty ; that department which being sons tuba are given to this failing, October last, having made it the duty of 6 Hhds. first quality sugar; ,"
*r the further the Constables to visit and examine 10 Bags coffee
! additional removed from clamour every ;
s crime of popular to lout few
unne-, spare a moments from
lot within the limits 50 Sacks
. and of the City,forthe Liverpool ground salt
' pur.pose
. Ctuarily risking that existence I prevailing prejudices, their darling favourite, and apply of promoting; cleanliness, they were 300 Do.' course salt; ;

,0. Which his Almighty maker had I from its permanency and independence them to recollection, how detested so ordered'to proceed. The: Mayor,how 10 .CegslD:1nu&ctured tobacco ; :

. buowed is the 'most pure and enlightened would their conduct appear, (even ever,conceiving the object one of great 25 Do., lard; .
'. OD him ; yet such ap- ; even that should be free in their own were they import:ince for the welfare of the communitY 30 Do. butter first quality; "
eyes
pears to be the fact from per accompanied the constable in the 20 '' bb. pork 5 ,
r the fol temperately and impartially!! examined sons of understanding) for how ; .
Ioxt performance of that duty, and ascertained 10 Ho. JD:1curcl:0
ccg. ; not that I believe that cruel is it in ". :
any person to sport that the proper measures had been attended 20 Boxes soap ; .
PORT GIBSOV, March 18. our liberties" can *' be transported with the good name. of any one, : to, except in two or three places only, 20 Baskets sweet oil ; ..'
e A Due was in a political volcano into oblivion and defame their character when I in regard to which, 'orders were issued in 5 Qr. casks Malaga wine; .

5 I] fought on Tuesday by a Judicial decision which. it may be the only solid foundation compliance with. the above,mentioned ordinance. Loaf Sugar;'Pepper; Pimento;'Salt I'ct". .
Mt," the -- ---------- .
Q"blng Louislanabanknf j if This is therefore to tre ; Copperas Molasses
erroneouscan ; flex .
Ginger
, tai- MISISS1 I be remedied. inmost they had to build their future prospects es Raisins&c. ; { ,
PP'
r to y v Ppo8itelhe instances by the corrective on. Let such GIVE 1 NOTICE : .
.
7Jarh '?. between Lieut. persons, consider JtLSO, "
t Ctt10 band of a superior tribunal. I
.. rat llu' C' s. Arm and Mr. : the irreparable injury 'they to,the inhabitants of Pensacola, that the 50 Pieces cotton bagging ; :'
. rb Yt .o,filkir: y The Press in the United States is I may do any fair: one, by spreading Constables will renew the visit every two 20 Coils bale rope;' ,
.t ..h'lcb the f Mott County, in the great safe- uard of bur rights, reports; injurious to her reputation, weeks,and at the same time to require 3 Tons Swedes iron, German steel;

., the h cart u rmur was shottfirough the,sen'inel of our liberties=it iathrough which if once and the g every good citizen; individuallyr"iiot to neglect 10 Doz.. S.Carolina hoes_ ; 7. .. _,
gone, lady
.... der and inst ant!y expired. that channel ,to impart to the public ,Authoritiesany 3. Do. spades and shovels; ,: :.4
t "at'an
injured but slender fortune '
what 30 "
1t f a : Kegs nails assorted
repara- S
.
mediate 1 and every in&taation which 1
.. fro tsed the Y after the fight t people, can be, heard';.but, it non 'can the defamer, make, who come to their tn Ndp with respect may to Plough Moulds, Trace Chains, Iron. Cat ,
.' rlVer.to Natchez, was should! not be used by rude' and U tings, Cotton Cards &c. '
- &oon unskillful has already destroyed and blasted the object of cleanliness In general, as one
after
IntdIb:1: re landing, exam- bands, or its blessings will .:her good name, and'perhaps; her of the.most 'mportant. courcet, of our expected .AIDA

. Rtitttd tb a tatgiitrate, and com- become a curse,and like the. asi i- i virtue -the',most' .inestimablein'her : prosperity' ,and the most sure mode conn. enble uSot'tment'ot
gem Domfttic taut
priton of the bealtb'ccd existence etker'JDry Gdt.
preserving of
:
.
we I nutating the.dog injure those '
t tfC not to. pOJle s on..) ? "\ theirfamiCes and friends. Suited to the season. v Jan,26-tfExecuted ;.
.. tea. slit the Efficiently acquainI. whom it is.desirous of being most. My fair friends, let not that bated 4''p.':Alba :;

t to ",, circumstances whi ch kind, ,a*, :well an.others ; should fiend'enter' into any'of ysitar:mmd'sto ,. ,Pl\.I.N.Tb' .. :

orbunhappatrair: to life a be well guarded, or it degenerates de'bas ,'.aad. foul it,- but.rather, !Mayor,! Office. ,Pensacdla, ? V a.vo.r", with, neatness and -

: into I licentiousness and ecurrility:- when yon hear any thing to'tbft

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L 1 this, that Mr., 'Atamis| aboui:sure ',,: ; :". "\ +PJ"'rlJ, MAo1t-, .. : ." ,N\'r1\}
THE p :
''PO"ETICAlu of the;Presidency;? 1.H'rhee : ., SUBSCRIBED, "..*", f* ',: ,'f::J ;. ,t .

1 .\ _____ ., .'.' t f .. -" I ahero. (Blowing his Promote*to publish' in thejo-un of" .ClaiborneJtfQbamnt \ .A'hol1tioi eJ *" .' -...... \. JVeatKer: ,Permitting.:,

: f'0 n rnt PK S'ICOLJI GAICTTE.Buckwheat n ose.) title( of the ) a weekly' paper wirier the complyance 'xvhh the 3d, section: of 'SHALL 'KEEP 'A. ,

Pancakes Sir ? the ordinance of the 16th of November Regular Sale at 4ui
CLAIBO1tETiAZETTE.IT :1822 which "is follows that from and n.
..A ocm-in three canto?, H'chce, .' will'"bc..the:.object of the editor to after"the1stday as of January; next, every ON ll the kinds Thursday of every wetV, for

t ; CANTO F1UST. What did you observe ? = _I. render the Gazette useful as vrdl,as '< privy within. the city, shall be of the of merchandise and n.rrV

The Bard roidrcsscth the Author of Snuff? not at all. Oh no-thank an interesting: journal : To promote the i .' depth of.not less than three feet, and : fox ture and, at Baylen my Auction streets Room corner of p/a"J

<' Hasty-pijdding: a poem, and Mr, Huntington .'I I you air, beg to be excused-never great and leading interests, of our com ;." the proprietor o( every lot, on which i HENRY '.

I of Connecticut: and hOUS --WI\"CS. ,I take snuff* I sec Mr. Craw .mon country, her agriculture, .her manufactures -, there' shall be a privy of mallcr depth, Pensacola, March 19th 1824 MICIEI.ET-2-tf *
And ta1k<:th cf Teau Scandal and fo rd's deserted .and her commerce, shall best shall forfeit and pay" a sum not exceed"g'S -
and ih i ruapsody.Barh I clone.upNoah subserve the interests of all without .* Xoti -.
I Pancakes { gcttcth : creating ; and the Mayor is hereby author- e,.
: .y post- Statesman as silent as the 'monopolies for cither:To chensh the i ised, fiom and after the day aforesaid, The Sunday School in this
,diJll !like, thine, !I -Caucus knocked in the increasing for which cleaned Place will\\\
w possess a power ,. grave spirit improvement to 'cause,such privy to be out, be continued as usual at the
To n'akc fioiucstic: numhcra; ( \ncc in J..11laad-Peope's. ticket succecd- now pcnades the nation, more especially and deepened, at the expense of such every Sunday morning to commence court hotij:*
rh'mc !i what relates to our own growing state, in anoj award tt 9
; ing- I proprietor, warrant or cxecution o'clock A. M. A sermon will also be read
-,In pm;se of Pancakes I woii'l tune such the rendering more beneficial the great against him for the costs thereof
)I -' (Snuffing) snuf.f snuf-f h'chee I I every Sunday evening when there i isu0
1"I. ,,' : advantages respect to internal navigation after notice, iy a sumnvry: manner. No preaching, al halfpast 3. o'clock.
FIt Jlusty-imdiliiig'j, baivl: :should yield A hat Stage at the door. Landlord ar.d intercourse between different ",privy, from and aftcr thc 1st dar of i Uenj.
Wyman
his br.vs ; j in a flutter-horses prancing parts of the !slate, which a kind providence I January next, shall be permitted to I Secy. S., S.,

4 ts .smooth: should (low the fur.,! warbling choachy impaficnt-Mr. Sneezer: has' bestowed on her citizens. These ovcl'floor lo be otherwise in an uncleanly i I March llh. 182,i, S!

note, thing is ready. The objects and every thing allied' thereto will or offensive :condition ; .and thc
As ImUerM Pancakes! down) :L hungry I I I every waits-Those are fine horses stage sir find in the Gazette a steadr advocate.Nothing ," tenant; there be cnt01' otherwise! the : CllA\\\&E5 1. l\l\
p 1 throat: I of a personal na* ure will find |jroprjctor, of such privy, shall forfeit
Ji'en lluntingtou! the :ulvocv of Teal, Never see a' good horse without I :admittance; the columns of the Gazette ; 'I and payji J for every such offence, a sum : Has just receiveclfrom.i1frjJ.ir/llf

Should; drop; his cup[ to bear such! strainsas thinking Gusiavus, the well beloved :. while temperate, candid and liberal discussion not exceeding ,5 ; and if such tenant I sloc/i Actress.. ,

these ; steed ofDugald! Dalgelty.j -. of questions of general interest. or-proprietor do not cleanse the same L.P. Madeira 1 .
Vea, hou e.\vi\estoo, who, most his whims |II j r; Dalijctty, I should have will always be encouraged. .' within: reasonable time, to be judged Vidonia, ,Do. ( : I
partake | I <*oNurno>s-The Claiborne Gazette .* of by the Major, after notice given to Win'f'o'

Should Scandal stop to n hJ,1t! my cuke. |I i said, Major-This horse was allIthe .! will be published' once week on super- **tli.it_._ i-fl'crt.._._- hv__. an__. nPreinf_u;____ __ ,nnlie__..__. fl"s_.._ Old-Hock.Do. J f :
Bucelus
Do. -
I world to the Major-Oh he royal at $ 4 annum, payable in '* ; the be ,
Delicious. Pancakes \\ t auxbrosialFront I paper per Mayor may. cause vmie to done Blue and white pain! ,. .'
:"ot>d, \,.'' : lovt'Vt mightily i tc- advance. at the expense as aforesaid, to I be levied Osnaburgs. > ..
For all the sons {fc1kncsi too komI ; .. HVlu-e, h'checOhlord) Advertisements! not encoding a'square "' as aforesaid it IS recommended to BointJa/.etts, .-... '
rit (mly fOl' thc sons ot'Ilthc t toil lie he he the will be inserted &t the'rate of on? dollar every proprietor and to every tenant of Domestics .!' -
To rn3kc tc face ofil1dusti to m1lJc. Very \\'t'll-Br for the first, ar.d fifty; ccntb- 1 for every subsequent any house'within' ,the limits of this corporation Callicoes., > -. :
Sir Walter has another novel! .
way, insertion.If
I to avail themselves of this ', *
bold St. Laxvrcnce drest in hoary most Cords, *** '
0" pride, k fo i'thcomintzantiSir I. I'd thank, Miflicicnt encouragement is received, proper season to attend str'ctly; to:the provisions .' Velvets .'. /-" "
.' the first number: will be isiucd the 20th I ;> -< ;
to just turn head a little on ,here above mentioned, for fear
To where St Juan rolls his silver tv.lev; yuu your Blankets ..." 3- .
of -
From M.ssissippi'sbounJiess streams, one side when you sneeze, after anew April, 13W.Christopher that, by neglecting smeve s&juld Steel, :

claim: that'j pir c'h-a1lcl hetUI'C that your Daiueron. attract, or encrea3e, and deserve events Crockery Ware, :
thousand valliesr.ch with Mol/He March 21.Subscriptionsreceivodat. similar those which befell us during f. ,
A : wax'iiy? J" !h handkerchief before your nose : Gun powder, -
To old At Untie, on; v.hose heaving thi.- the summer of 1822, London for '
; {:y. office. porter; sale low for casb
I before f
I blow it tlain.-I don'twish
: Culutnbii'r> navic in proud triumpli; aide; ;' you I The constables shall carry the saidVprov7siona 'March 8tti4AS'i':

Calces of.ill slupcs, each: colon! : every !. to'b too fastidious, ,but really Foreclosure of Mortgage.Ar. into effect; they shall report -

4 ., name, I j'I our hoitce! here is so very limited Alexanderote any aud every infraction thereof the; ..NOTICE. I
I've often tiSted, and Vt think the st'.sne attorney in Mayor, for the remedy and the fine to be
} ; ; : I hat'i rigbt...,. Sjr-I don't,
Ye.sj through the world still must be i fact oftytzabeth Brinson, Jr.mc'Dean enforced.! All persons indebted to the subscriberare
v Ms.h to ; a man's .siu-r: ing '
confessed, prevent and all'otlu'rs concerncd Given in the Mayor's Office requested to make immediate
'I 'payment
That Uuckxvhcr.t I'ancar.csr.l'Anys arc the J -Sir i if I \'may !be;: so buhl.: -I desire :-' You will fitease to at Pensacola this 28th Feb. 1824. as no further indulgence can be

\ \\ best. 'I'. IEml to }know \hru: your bill at the P. ALBA, Mayor. given. In a few days all accounts due mewiU

: CJit' .' t. I tobacconist's i to Take Notice ___ be left with a for '
-f---.-.-f....... .-.?.....f.,,-:-.... .,..,- .. ...... ".. *inay amount per lawyer collection,
-- ; annum ? I trust that you will I have w. :HASELLIIusjusl HUKT- without exception
I (\ (T' ; permit GTpIIAT ths: day filed in the clerk '
,, .)"'" '- Io.J \ cj' II IIJ nir U he surprised that you .<1. ottice of the Superior: Court of the P. H. GERRISH;

., "S." UI'F T.A KEHS. j shouldmffl-:' 'so much of it to be District of West Florida, a petition and received-- -by recent arrivals from Pensacola, March 13-tf. _
exhibits praying the foreclosure of a mortgage JVVw-IjbHt and Xew-Ort' further -
l lost lips and neck cloth mrl
He snuffed lUll sneezed anl Llov.-ed-xvhat;, upon your ; I executed to the' sixteenthof 'I'he Subscriber
me on .
then f I imagine, Sir, you must have snuffed June, 1821, by Alexander Love, to supply of ,

Why snutt'd & si ecz'l& hlo.vcda Lg-aid! l u great many years to become : secure the payment of a sum of money Books; unA Stationary, ,has received pe'Jlate arrivals

[ "l'I St.Kff.There so expert; in going through the due to me originally by Elizabeth Br.n- -thefollowing GOODS

are doubties1*, :r.ny p '0- operations pinching, snuffing, son, upon a tr.ict of right hundred ar- 4rnoug-wlich are following, ,

pie in the world,vhosc mauners, isI :sneezing and blowing-you load pens ofland, with a saw mill and the appintcnances Z1EWMAN'S Spanish dictionary, Which he will sell Low for

t position, !habiis, I or principles, rcn- .I .and fire with the skill and precision situated in and improvements thereon, II'1 Josse's Spanish grammar, CASH or COTTON.
Kscambia: county, on the waters Exercises,
cler un%\'clcolHe'COi11IHwious ; bUll : : of the Ancient & Hon'blc Artillery -of the Perdido, and known bv the Boyej's Trench dictionary, .

a: ::an safclvaveJ', that there are few i ; of which I have the honor name of Love's'Mill-and one half of lot Philips on indigestion, Groceries.VBushe13 .

characters to be met with so disagreeable to be an ancient member, and I 1\0.6, in the: city of i'cnsacola : returnableto Las Cases' journal complete,

: to me as a piofessed thlay Tern of said court 1824-at Book of fate, \
Sir
1 I tii3flufj'fc1cr. [ ust, that I' can tell a goodHeport ; B\
I of'chcwers t '! which I shan> by my counsel move said Cam pan's life of Marie Antoinette, I coarse salt;
t. say nothing{ from a bad onl"-I presumeyou I court for a judgment for the amount of Olio songs, anecdotes and epigrams 500 Bushels ground allum ilo ; in acks.

tipplers, dandies or swear-I make use of the real Dupont. said debt and costs, and a judgment bar- Sewell's'': History of the Quakers, 47 Bbls. rye Whiskey ;

.* crs., If a man has a propensity lor I \'o! offence, Sir,-very well done I I ri.ij.. and foivduting: the cqu'.ty: ot'redc, ;'P- Bancroft's lit' Washington, 30 DO. superfine Pnilad. flour;

devouring tobacco, or for tippling( ; !I I 1 prrcfivr you fire both barrels.) ,I I j.ill of said Love' :\';'Id11 chiiniing under Vocal Cabinet, Fife Preceptor, 20 Do. Nos. 1 and 2 mackerel i

: thcbrjinrly-bottle, let him do it ; 1 j lUiiy I Sir, to beg and on'reut him. Flute melodies! Violin Preceptor, 15 Do. mess pork
I presume December 15th, 182.'J'i1Iflas .1. Instrumental directory,. Musical Reader, 15 Do. cider ;
havo no' objection, if 1 he will spit i in ] Sir, and beseech and "" 20
request molasses
j .En dish! Abbott on shipping, Chitty on bills, Do. ;
I' the fire, r.tsd. not i tiath&! in my f:H', ". | you to Mu'czn out tf the window, i'.t' JOsT.M. Wilion's! afflicted Man's companion 60 Do. potatoes; _
By : WHITS.Dec. .
And 1 with the (1 It1UV nn:! swcrartrr I-; M s much us possible. H'chee. 1 20-4ir'. -y Solitude'' sweetened Octavo Testament, :10 Qr. casks wine, asserted

t let thp tailor an'.t, parish* le'Ite declare, Sir, have scented thewhole Mo.ie's stricture's on female education, 15 Bags cofiee ;
you
look tio them. Tht-y injure 'ihen.isclverJ .I carriage. I shall be sick, I Foreclosure! of i\lirtgge. Mason's spiritual treasury, 5 Do; pepper; .
I Ji/r. J'. Monlifiorc's commercial precedents, 5 Do. tlspl e ;
I Inneraritv
More than rnc .. litii for the :and: r:;pi : e, and be buried with : il c.ti-jrney in :Fessenden's law of patents, 15 Kegs manufactured tobacco ;_. .

Snuff-taker, l'0U'1I 1 czinuoi: abide: :Miu:7. Cobchy : coachy I 1 mubt i fact cf: the heirs J1lCrlZtC Or- Jacobson's sea laws, 100 Do crackers i

him. i Theivis no earthly reason } sit on the box. I dvsgoittc, deceased ; Marcos 7Vo. Episcopal prayer books, 30 Do. butter' ; .

that I: ever hearof! or oould 1111,1 4t Jox," said the snufTtaker.ntchuisg : and all others concernedly'jit will Catholic! do do 20 Do. lard ;
for p.lease to BurIi' dignity of human nature, 30 Do. Dupont's powder; \
( agint-i, humun being's con- c the sonnd agreeable
only 40 shot
I' Reginald Dalton, a new novel &c. &c. flairs assorted ;
vertit *; the haudlf of his fuce into (! i Ojuifl *' Sir, (h'chee !) will you Take Notice.unailAT TOGETHER WITH- 4 Boxes bar lead ; ,
a soot-hole. I canuoi conceive why! j h'chrc I 10 Do. mould candles
?
( ) .tc\ke a pinch Not a : % 1 have this! day filer! in the Folio ;
there is any moi: 'e j .dusibility or, r.ll l, Sir,-I experience the same I
propriety in his ;uf1iiins! t&otf : pleasure i ill hearing you sneeze.Uhtst ; of \\ est Florida; a pct'.tiunvith: : a note FooKcap do. assorted qualities, 5 Do.Do. soap chocolate; ..

with powdered twbucco, than! : of! ( the old fellow.) ExcuSe and !:iorljr.gu! executed to me by order Inkstands, quills, office tape 20 Do. raisins ;

emptying :liis snufi-!,ox into his I I :nr, Sir, 1 will sit with the c ,ach- or the pinh:: Tribunal, as executor ofSlarcoi Roger's superior pen knives, 5 Bbls. loaf sugar; ;
Ulera: deceased, l h\ John
.ears. One deprives[ )hn) of! tr!: ) man and! admire the fine P0s'eCtSWish ty attorney in fact Vincentc: Iiinerari- Tooth brushes, common scissors;, 5 Do. race and ground ginger,.
Ordoigoilte, Windsor
sense of hearing, and other: of : ou good clay, Sir,-sorry on the fifteenth of May, eighteen! hundred .Superior Gentlemen's; gloves soap, &e., fee. 10 2 Hhds. copperas;

smelling, and surely it if r.s necessary to part with so inieivsting a com and twenty, to scenic the payment of the -ALSO- 10 Crates Chests crockery teas assorted;

to sml'lls, to hear. in order t.CI p Uiion. Oh devil take all snuff- um of six hundred aim1sxtv"dollacs, upon .5JJhcJs.. tone Jars ;
house lot ALMANACS ;
and -in Inteiutencia- street ;n .
get through tht world wiih eclat.Therc'is takers .
the city of Peusacola, known let -
No.
as
-
i soaietliin irrcconcili. bleH t Snuffers arc the most selfish persons 272, situated between the lot of ni1.1a.. FOR ./ Hardware.

) reason, in the conduct oi'Sr.ulV- ) in existt: nee, They have no nuel Garcia and Anna l'YoreturualJlc \i "\\ATl. :

tak I'i. K* they should; ; be askfd 1 move bo\\els than a bear. Tluy : .to the May Term cf said i court' praying JJi 25 Kegs nails and spikes ;

whether tluy would! have theirno'.csj I think of nothing! "'care for nobody for a jud'l'mtat"'forthe debt afol'csaidand December f, 1823.=-tf.Fiftv ,. 2 Tons iron ; 1 cask trace chains .
costs, and a judgment! barring and foreclosing 2 Do." "
castings
knocked b-j *
oil'or deprived I I lof' but; thrmselvcs, and their snufiox.
[ ; the of : in 500
equity redemption the (; vt. steel
their cars I am surt* tlievvosild 1 1 b I can conceive of no more j heirs Dollars Reward.NAWAY ;
t or legal representatives cf the said t; .1 Box mill saws ;
prefer the latter uiclnent. Tiwn uncomfortable! situation: than! the Yincr-ntc Ordosgo'.ttc: all claiming for from the subscriber 1 Do. cross.cutdo;

why in the name of every thi.ig: \ ic.ini1): of a sneezer in a stagecoao'i. or under. them. t: % .TI.\. : on the 29th of DCcembcr -- 100 Doz. files assorted ;

; wonderful, do th"y take such pains No.prospect! hut the.heartrending Juan Mftlagosajop 1crF' : last, a negro girl named. 100 Do. knives and forks t

to destroy their qlfaclory! facuhios, ) sight! of an old man cover R\' his att'\ JOS. SI. WHITE.Pensacoi.it 50 Do. pocket do ;
when tl their :Dec. 27:ISA:? 4mo. J&-t.GATllE with a great variety of HARDWARE<
ey preserve sense of C from nose to ancles with snuff ., !
-
: -- -- I consisting of nab,dead, stock closet, desk,
hearing. with; an occasional jjjl \nceof a dirtyhandkerchief. 11-j. 11'P.. JJitvat Vuvfniof of tfi? Terri (i4.i_ well known in the city of New- till trunk and pul1locks ; razors ; scissors;

Now, Mr. Greene what can be No l und but tl e'Z : id13'j'JJI"iOJi(1a.PflO1AIA'11ON.. Orleans;having been long employed there spigots; hummers;clraw-knives; shovels:: and

; more; mortifying; to a person who! denial sneezr, sue .'. sneeze, or i Whereas in n so ling calces. Having never heretofore spades; frying pans; wagon boxes &c. &c.
has firnchant for s-jciability I pursii.incc ot an act of the been absent from her duty, it is !supposed 2 Uoies cotton ami wool cards ;
snuii" li ,
sfuffrsrufl' pi it ;is abomi Legislative Council of the Territory of t
from certain indications that 1 Do. ombs 1 do.
she been
has ; fowling piece
) ,. bi alone with; one-of these ,snufiiuganinjals ;;( lhJkcicp101'ahll'Thry! talk of Floraia" approved the 24th: day C'J' June' carried off by a white man who lived with 20 Doz hats ; -

'. in a stage; conch, or the tariZr Old Bachelors 1 o 2 oJ. CoiimmisionersVcre appointed, to 500 Pair men's shoes
her, and who sails between New-Orleans and 1
: Pepner.my f'tI''f tfll"_ mn..t, (,iirl'ih1...-- .-. ..,1 ".......,: ... -- :.. ; : brogans;
bar-ioom: of a tavern on a dull day, nostrils : U they want to .raise : -situation-- -- n.for--the-- -.il.:: -1..uu. 14\:Jik and Mobile, with whom she lias probaoiy 5 D(iz sieves ; .
of
when 'nothing but agrreaM!lp conf funds let them tax snuff{ takers. I of Florida seat government of the gone to the latter place. She was dress.cd. 30 Coils cordage;
Territory and the said
CommisMoncrs at the time of her goiug off in a of 20 Do. bale rope
: crsalion render life for I gown ;
can ( .the. Thai would be! what J call, just line reported to me that they India cottonade, she.has a scar upon her ;/AQ Kegs white lead ;
time being"endurable, and) to have and equitable Legislation. have selected scjte jn the County o'f forehead, is of'a middling;: height, and ;:10 Do. verdigrease,j "
j our only hope of enjoyment blasted .' BENEDICT C'adsdcn, situated: about a mi 4:'sol1th- speaks French and English, though with!! :. 2 Casks !lamp: oil;; .

'bv an ill-looking) { snuff-bog! and'1nose P. S. Dr. Johnson said that a west irom the old deserted fields of Talla.hassc .- some" hesitation when particularly questioned. 2 Do. paintdo ; .
about half
a mile south of the Oke-: t 2 Do.
"
The above reward wilt spirits
that has unfortunate h'en11)- turpentine
..1 an suy man who would commit. a .I pun? lock-O'iiy and Tallaliassc trail, at a point person: who will bring back the D said girlto. ; i; 1 Do. lamp black; i
'
: ceptibility to stcrnuaterf divertisejuent. would pick u.pocket. I thipk\ a' where the old Spanish road is intersected A. LACOUTUUE, !- S JLSO -

(l' To talk until you are I man wjio would take enuffwould\ i by a small trail running southwardly.! In No.215; Royal St. N. Orlcam.February ';10' Packages DRY, GOODS -
the esercise of the ;
: discretion in
weaned vested
under me
subject take 2 8t '
upon every any thing. Arid a large
assortment of
the
by said act and for the information of FAMILY MEt --
the :Min, from the !particular )prospects : the good people of this 1 have DICINES. .oAlie first quality.JFeb. .
Territory
of the Prcsiricn i..: can :idatcs, I A: poorunfortunate Irishman, was thought proper to'issue this my Proclamation l mm m j J\: H :Allen.

to llie author and .merits of the brought{ be fore;,a magistrate, as a requiring the members of the Legis- '( 2-tf. .

Scotch Novels, and to get no : common vagrant. The. j justice Litivc'Council assemble at of thc'scite the Territory o Floridato "In the Bible Society,we see all) 'NO'rlCE.: .
; mortal answer, but a .snuff 01 asked what above described, distinction
him brought him by is' '
over names lost
r on tle'aY appointed.by J law for the next ; there: 14 Jjj,. firm cf Nicholas & jtynstaU
: sneeze or blow of, the nose, for to this country ? A ship, session thereof. is'one happy confederacy, one benevolent 'dissolved InJune 1822, and the/firm, was

f love, 'money or curiosity. your honor." U A ship !" ,echoed : Given under my:hand and the ) design, one grand object o{; C. ,Ni hob$ & Co. was' dissolved. .in'i

.. Good morning, sir-how do you the magistrate, (* you impertinent' seal of the said Territory at to send the word of God to' every March 1823, c.av1Ugc'Nicho i llyi interestedin .

". I do sir ?-hope you, arc well) sir ?- fellow! how do you get your''liv' i J'ensacola, this 4th day ol fajnily.and nation without sectarian and responsible forboth firms.

t s'po&c: you belong to this house', lug ?" "Dy my hands, your lion- March thousand, in the year of our Lord comment ,or any private interpre- la,;Robert is Mitchell Esq. P.. M. Pensaco.
,' I one eight hundredand fully empowered to adjust and. .discharge .
i < sir or ; I am a hay maker"and twentyfour !'and of the tation. ; all cbions within West .Flonda-

"i A' H'chee No J.! beg your pardon how long have you been out of Independence of ,the United THE de sig C'd has just received.from I r ainit the firms! above named, Against

i SIP.'-Hope"you'n, excuse me sir- work I" Please, your honor, our States of America the forU. institution, through ther! agent t, Nicholas individually, and to account

ftI;: S Rajher uncomfortable! weather lo trade has.been ,rather dull this winter eighth,. Rev. Jas. A.Uonalds n, box of Bibles and aid receipt for him in all. ,hi;? various rela

I 4 c1av1 !",_.JB. Pap. WILLIAM >P. DUVAL. New Testaments, in the'English, French! non :ltPens cola. .
By the Governor. and. Spanish! languages, 'designed for the! : : October., ,'ls23-3L
: Ji'cAee A'pedant latel)' .entered into a GEO WALTON, use ofVest Flonda-.they: are for sale at _
;
r Bla.st the fire-green chesnut Tallow Chandler's! Whitechapel: Etec'rv.of FJori a. the simple price'.of cost and..charges;and 'rl\'E \1lCltl'lElt,.

f: wobdhow; it snaps ? '. and asked for, zfiennynofth candles 1ILt'ch.13'"t'f. ., .. to those. 'who' find ,thcmselvis! unable t o .W'IJ; pmmptl'y .and' accUrateIT e it.

j i "H'cbetf l (wiflinffMsno&CiJ ugh.Wondeiv .: in the following,sublime fusti-( 1ltIX'rlNG \ purchase, and-yet' desire to, possess the ute any wiitingcwbjch m.y be committed -
vat! time the .1 sacred volume, they will be'bestowed.on. to hm" ; --w will,al5o' draw ,deeds
> stage .an-tpray: give me a pennyworth : application at the.subscriber' office. bills of salej &c.'in the most"appropriate.
with
t i !!::0<[s ?_ Newspapers are very of ).O, sahariou8 composition to illuminate Executed- neatness and *: I .; W: ',DXVlS0N forma, and im the rao'-t reasonable tcTU lS.:

dull, now -sFtfavs. ?-Ii: appear by my obscure cubicle" '* ". despatch at this Office. Feb, .t.)..-Ii r. .-. ., .- and iolioHs I. -,the-I)Ketapf hit*:!friends.W. _
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