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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 11, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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PDBUSHID ifar SATCWUT.V. ORIGINAL.Continued bility: It isnot,' perhaps, there- iri the :highest; degree; grand ai.d

BY \ HASBLL HUNT, from our fait. ore*' inadmissable. --for it is a far impressive.Oftjie '. .

AND PROPRIETOR. Jvurnal gfan expedition to the interior i tax on our imagination to ladies in the Pilot j wfe
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of Wet Florida. there ever was or'et, I may riot, perhaps, be allowed to
Publisher of the the LaW of the of United Florida.States On the 23d October, about 3 P.M. be, a real" flesh and blood" judge! %o freely ; but if It br said

Subscription and of Five Territory' dollars a yearn rtJvuue. our travellers entered the mouth Fallstaff in any one being; yet' : their characters, ry are* not new, or out

Advertisements( ws 'tted at One of the Apalavhe, but made little is drawing pretty freely on our of the ordinary ,cast, we must reply :-
Dollar for every twelve lines or under for progress among the oyster shoals, : lulity to ask us to believe it that: we think t/ipt op Alice

the inl\c.-tion--each subsequent insertion on account of a strong ebb thie and trnt for an officer of :Bor-, Dunseombe, if nut new, is' at least

Fifty Cents.r the crookedness of the channel l; be : ; ; rank and respon sibili not common. Her firmnessofttut) .

J sides, they were all tpo weak to i in the Abbey, to go alone into pose throughout, and her final (J;>

null the oars, at the close of day i prisoner's- room directly._ from cisioii in regard to the Pilot pie-

light they had proceeded more. I r hard "drinkingbout," and carry sent a fine mural far all thpse females

than four miles up the river, they him, and freely usethe mean (if :.ny such there be, and

cast anchor behind a grass point, ,: rendering himself more- mellow we hope there are many,) why lo,,k.o .
and soon'fell asleep. About 12 at : his prisoner. It may be re the domestic comfort Und Jitjppiness t -

night Mr. Williams, discovered lied, that, relying on the'old pro- : of ,a ftermanantl:6fne' atfd i

that the tide began to flow 't 1th in vino "veritaa, he intended. ; :lccful.sccnes I winch! can. nercr
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stream, he* awoke Dr. Foster, who | sound the depth of his captive's be fonud united .with character.

BY AUTHORITY. assisted him to r v up to the fort, and obtain from him ambitious of nothing: but""the bubble 1

which they reached by 2 o'clock in important information, b% honor," notoriety" and h glo- try
N ACT authorize: the layingout the morning. They were, received I lagin a wild game* like Hamlet. ," whether in the buli-ixonu the r
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and opening: certain Public at the fort by Lieut. Butter, then ') getting drunk "north-north battle, or the breeze. As tuda

Roads in the Territory of Florida. in command, rapt M'Clintoch ,"-.in hopes cy etting his pri- not, however, intend this as a Jieview ittI
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having rode into the country with -tir unk all refund the compass.i of this Tale of the Sea," we $1
the Senae and
Be it enacted by the Doct. Sinnnonds. the Commissioner this stale stratagem is like a I annot enter into particulars : 'ut r

House of Representatives of from Cast Florida, who had .arrived sword, and may y.or''. fore romantic l ladies thai Miss .
America Con r
United States of
St. Marks about and'so it turned out- Dunscombe will
at the tenth way ; be gratifies )' t.iia
Thitl the President .
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rrnhled. ,
"rre8a al i. and ishereby of this month. Manual proved much the most work with a lonely: I ruin, Tin UlCl. at ,
States be
of United ,
the
The 24th was a day of rest to our : Hamlet of the two, since it wiab 1 :Abbey, and two/other ladies ih J&ve
'authorized to cause to he
( travellers, who were greatly exhausted who well knew a hawk from ? I who are captured (purity ihr-uuh
of Florida
opened,; in the f..ol1Pensacola territory St.Au ,.' by fatigue and hunger. "," "South side Madeira" : their own arrangements i ) bv. their z
to
road '
a nublic' 0th.__. .......- 9tth__... .if.. man H__ rticrnv&_.___ ..-"pr1_ __ poorer'wine; Sc in consequence lovers,carried ou board the frigate, t,
,;us'Jine, commencing; at Ittr'Point that horses were not to be obtained I easily emancipated himself and and dfierwaids married to then ei- ;

bn the Bay of IVnsacola, at St. Marks. In expectationthat fellow-capfives. And Lon*, tied satisfaction. This is pretty t ,

and I pursuing the Old Indian Trail they might be had at the Ock- in a subsequent and ,similar well 'on the score of rornaii'tand }
to the Cow Ford, on the Choctawhalcay ;
lockney settlements, it was determined "; more 'severely repaid the re love i intrigues, for one novel now--
river thence to the
; ,that they should. proceed captain for the foolery of u-days. But since we have exposed '
Ochcsee Bluff the
on Appalachi-
thither without delay. 'Accordingly moist campaigns. And so nur: "ignorance" by venturing:
cola river thence in the most
; i Lieutenant Hotter furnished imagine it will always fare on a critical remark of\two, Wt
direct route to the site
practicable I them with a' Pirogue and two soldiers every warrior, who meets his will sin ont (P dventure f.r r.
of Fort St. Lewis thence .
; as j to assist them up the Wa- I any where with that want of'.common discretion,") uid ,
nearly as I practicable, on the old krill} river ; and DctorVilliam8: j of grafie,especially if he keep ado, that although it is huciy! possible
St.
Spanish Road to Augustine, resident Surgeon at the Fort, was I it into his own cor/i fast- for the close of anv 1IO* t.L! !in t
crossing the St. John's river all I polite enough to accbnipanv them,I that into that of his enemy. which the characters are disposed
Jficolata which road shall be
; and assist in surveying it. of a y ol mere narration be i
: They way to
pUinly uml distinctly marked, ; The author of the Waverly no-
started at about 8 A. M. on very tolerable, since in the devclopcment !
a very I -
and shall be of the width of twenty- has also made similar draughts. .
pleasant morning, and had completed of the plot and the conclusion ;
five feL't. his reader's I
credulity, or igno,
the survey at half past twt 'of the :action, the 1 interest,
Sec, 2. And be further enacted, P. M. I in relation to the facility, !like an imprisoned secret, at ac.eescapes
That,'the President be, and he is i which Miss Bellenden and
The Wakully is altogether a ; yet \rc do not intend to
hereby, authorized to employ the : maid manage the sentinel, and .
great curiosity. At the distance of meet the objections we have heard
troops of the United States, sta- about 11| miles from its embrasure : admission, to his prisoner made against: the last chPter hy
timed in Florida in such manneras ,i.1J1pthe tower of Tullitid-
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it bursts at.once from the appealing to more lame aUld impotent
ue think in the' pau&in instances in .
many
may proper earth Th '
a navigable stream. conclusions" in toe wuiksof
completion, or assisting in the course of'his works, to say no- '
beautiful oval basin al the Great
spring, a Unknown, or any other -
01' -vf the childish
completion, said road. improbabili =
most unfathomable, presents a pale of great author.Ve iiMnk; the
St'e. 3. And be further enacted, azure translucent surface, 'undewhi r McCulIum More's going in- usual tediousness such achapterisin

That, for defraying the expenses ck innumerable fishes play in the prison of Captain Dal eu) the work under consideration,

of openingthe I said road, the sum I tranquil security; they seem to<<; herd. such J a manner as to enable the relieved by appropriate man erin

of twenty y thousand dollars be, and I in little companies, which often 1'b to handle the former as he which the author_ disposes of

the slime is hereby, appropriated sally from, or disappear behind the according to the legend ol Boroughcliffe and Munuul. The

to be paid; out of any money in the I ledges of lime stone,.that jut into ontrose.of Yet we think nothing former died in pursuit of his ,hobby

Treasury I not otherwise appropriated the sides of 'the abyss. Even the South Side"powetful Madeira potatiuns could of Madeira from the "S'. uf.h, .

I cautious alligator may be often cite but re Side ;" and the latter, could! !hie

Sec. 4. And be further enacted, :. seen slowly moving along the shelving most any unsoldier-like a green but horn" to have survived dtath, as Pudily Swished

That the President be, and l+.e is> projections. During the first accom- to clo, in order to sec I..* 01
disposition of the seats
hereby, Authorized to cause to bepae'vyed : mile of its course the river may In- own funeral, would not have said i
k of the of St. Ruth in
I Abbey
and marked. out, the most : ten rods wide, and from six to ten the ladies the of the, a ,word against it, as being in the ||
din-it and practicable route for a i feet deep, yet full of grass, which in which his keys a- least iota uiimiKtary.: f

:publc| road from Cape Sable, pas. seems to delight in the calcaieus ,. prisoncr\Vls Bin v/e cannol so readily! pass ovcr -
sing''by Charlotte Harbor and the I flood that surrounds it. The next of the, any sentinel more than TulJitiddle to the con the author's option (in two

Buy of Tampa, to the Point where three miles is divided into a thousand at or three instances) of that absurd

the ,Suwaney river will be .interject islands. Thecypresseb seem use of the word citkcf, which the
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.! by the road to be opened to contend with the grass for the But a truce with what the au. Great Unknown and other popular

from Pensacola to St. Augustine, honor of blockading the current, in his preface, has right man writers, have greatfjr contributedto
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and'to! cause to be surveyed and they often shoot up in the middle! denounced as the igno bring into fashion, at> synoiimous }'-

m.tr''.k.d out, the route for'a public of the stream, und greatly impede "of lubbers"-for we sup- with the word both, & some

loa}. from Cape Florida to :St.: the na\i ation. For a mile or two ladies, must, on great emer- times with the words each, all and

Au 6 usiine. I it then becomes narrow, dee),, and get admission to their lov every. The distributives,* every.,s

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, free from grass. At old St. Francis ; and since delicacy would .for each, neither, and either irre of too

Thai, for defraying the expenses : town, it grows wide again, and their knocking the sentinel frequent use and too important to

'oft is surveys aforesaid, the turn is, again invaded with grass, all the : or surprising and disarming: the clear understanding of the begs t

of three thousand dollars bi', and way to Fort St. Marks. Schooners 1 I -why, we see no other way writings on the arts and sciences,

the saint-is hereby appropriated, of considerable: butthen have sail for soldiers, on such occasi- and in general literature, as well aiIin

U lie paid out of any money ill the ed up to St Francis Town. A rbuth- to say Walk in ladies with the every day transactions of

Treasury nut otherwise uppio- not's vessel lay there trading with) knocking :" We were more life to be totally fierverted at this

; prutcd. the Indians for a length of tune with the result of all these period of the English language.The .-

i i 1l. CLVY, .A..I.Hthis, although there is a sufficient ; and view the mysteri' author has also, (like many

Speaker of the H. ofH 'prcaenLtvcs; denth of water, yet, the numerous of Mr Grady (the Pi- other writers,) too great a propen-
1) YXtSL I). T '.;?KLVS. ihnd&: render the channel )'as imparting deep interest to dly to repeat the use of two favourtte -
Vice President of the- United
Mates,
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cro-jke'J, and difficult '
anal PiVsmeut of the Scmte.Wellington very narrow work-though it is impossible' epithets on c\er.)' possible or-
j' ) The lands on the bank of th'akulY e the reader who is all lilon-thesc "fu rth'c" l
Feb. 23, iii..;--Appro) ; *ed ; at ac arc al;:
J.I S HOXKOB. \\ have invarious places with American history, ; '? reckless," the latter being a goon

been successfully cu',.vated, and ] to ,perceive from the Pilot's s : term enough) in itself, though we
AN ACT to regulate the sun't'. there! is now, three miles bone the with Alice Duns i have always observed that the

injj.of the public and private Tort, field of sugar canes of superior n1b in the Abbey, his identity mass of people receive and use the

I ntlin the .Southern. parlOr t ; quality. The water here is h that same daring and skilful former in a bad or doubtful sense.

I however highly tinctured with the and warrior, who., in our I But allowing it to be ever s o uttcxceptionablra'its -
Be it enacted by the Senate and carbonate of lime ; the country :>> war, suddenly burst, introduction, er '

Haute of Rtfirets'.ntativea of the swarms with nlusqu toes, an..f will it were,.upon the world, a'pio.: "ucri/ time: one' casts .a look, cr

United States of America inCongrent probably be found unhealthy, untilit I I irt naval warfare. The less throws a glance at another, becomes .

astcmblrd That, all shall be considerably cultivated.I character of Boltrope, unpl asant. If any particular -

the lands in the slate of Alabama After bidding adieu to Dr. Williams -' sailing master, is not more na words have become an author'shoboy

fchull be attached lothe District f our travellers took a small than that; uHMenry, the brave to mount at all times, when

the Surveyor of the public lands Indian trail which lead N. W. from intelligent boy-midshipman, ie : it is within call, Seems to us too

in,the state of Alabama, and the the spring of \'t'akufly. On the. Dillon. a fair sample much like". riding are horse to

Surveying of all public and private west aide of the spring there is a _sly pettifogging and base tees ,death." We have also observedtwo

lands, in the said state, shall l 11 very pretty hammock which has : and. his horrible death is or three grammatical errors,

he?.eafterbe nude under his direction been much cultivated,the soil however of a piece .with :hiss wicked and though net very important onds $

: : and it shall: be the duly of ff appears rather thin, for several fe.- The commander -- -

ihe, ::'tuci(cal Deputy Surveyor of : miles' ,the pines are intermixed .the frigate has no opporcunity Wehiimblybe parJon of the ciCJcs
district oftwOrltan91 rwith|! hickories, and for not saving denouement; but xvc 10 rnt
Uje east of the Island occasipnally making a figure ; but .the time
like tu this thtu into
I see foreigner t
and east of Pearl with oaks, 1 think this part of the ], marine of his death are natu of a native, any more than \\A\\ i nitplace 'unev.bmf -
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fri yer4 to return the plats of all pri "country' will produce good cotton ; ( though not frequent naval" in word lacpingin the place o."
vate claims within the state of : there Was also c considerable I and his exit is as character,or the, co.isUtency: of OIK- put

Alabama, to the office. of the saidsMirveyor. ,l pearance of limestone. Sink holesand ; it was sudden and unexpected nwith. another-or, .s the Scotch say, *. nl!
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t! .' conform. We wish ta All this
ponds arc common over this: the fast scene in the life o f we byway

Wi.ut9.i.! ; ;lnprorn. lets. ?,182*.i, whole tract of country,- these are] : 1 j]j l n'; is in perfect character, I II aur11 I I.1/-..'.....:,,of.".t"introducing-'.", ""em tc'",::'.r. '.-..lm'1inS.iute.......0, ".''.--fP......;,..at n!: =

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1uf these, with! others n o\"c.tnen-I this 1 is without: doubt a tn parliament in person. The subject :: sincere." Ir No man can be more :i p111 U. acewith.Iiisfist, tlhl'
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tinned, are the collected) amount of I cation the Ministry." of'the complaints of the West*India 1 sensible ,than he is of the fully of I ed him down into the'rabn knot!. ",

our ohjt>(lious. All these, h""ve- The Courier of the 16th says, Colonies, it is supposed will further sacrifices on the pan. of I then told him what they Iid, ; they

ver, are but slender) ,\apours be- "We are happy to state- that the, be among the,first to command. the Spain for .attainment. ot an object -: with the Captain, and intrnded dObt,
neath a bright autumnal sky ; and most favorable accounts have recently attention of the Legi8l ture.' The long since placed beyond her serve him in the same manner
ue can freely v.iyvc huve not"found been received from Ireland : discussion, says the Courier, bus reach, and as the basis on which he 'begged hard for his life ; they
I 240 few errors or defects! in any 0thl'r all apprehensions; of any scarcity become absolutely necessary to is now to act is already'agreed on, I dered him to pass them up o.
; nol we have lately perused, : being experienced this winter had I II prevent themost, distressing consequences and all the preliminary negocia- rum, which he did j after ivhjch SODlt
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II not (*ven excepting the novels ol I. wholly subsided ; the value of agric to the British trade, and tions over, we have every reason to | they ordered hinton deck! ; he sito
the "Great Unknown. U:tuial produce generally, had interests in that quarter.. anticipate a speedy and successful begged hard for his life, and find.
On the other hand there arc increased, and then were groundsfor The Journal des Debata, in re. issue.-Co/. Observer.I ing alf inircaties unavailing, b

grand, interesting, or pathetic indulging the most pleasing an- DIV. to the London Courier.. -reb-I I I I -M.- -FLX1'L----....... I sprung ovci board. They llaj 'g
Lcenes throughout the work. It is ticipations." So too says the king tive to the embarkation of troopsat ";; The following highly interesting awoke the PIJ1"tugu'sevho 1h-l(1

sufficient to mention_ the. _interviews_ __ speech which we will publish to -Brest, asserts that the measures ; and important information. derived in the cabin, he came on deck and
c between, the Pilot d.! and Miss Duns- morrow. represented tube hostile, ,are tt e : from the Philadelphia National ran forward, they gave chase, ana
com be, both on the cliffs at the final The winter in England appearsto most pacific; that the embarkation Gazette, the editor-of which knocked, him down with a hand
jiartingsuiHlry other occurrences have been severe. In many places of 12JO troops at Brest, for the stales, that it is a passage of a l letter r spikeand threw him overboard),
: at the Abbey, especially the grat falls of snow had occur- West India colonies, was in pursuance from a very respectable Amcri- I They then awoke the cook, (WhQ
one win-re Miss Howard throws red. Within a short distance of of an ordinance previously,,I can, resident in l\tl xico.II .- i was a white man) and toM hinx
,, herself b'ellyefa' Griffith and Barn-I Northampton, it was about six feel J published, to provide fOI' the sccu-; Mexico, Jan. 7.-The English : what was done, and what was hi$
stable, and tljai other scene, where deep, and in some places it had rity of the colonies, and maintenance Commissioners- three in number. t doom ; he begged hard for his life,
Miss D.lrushes between the n'rhi i drifted the height of ,twelve or of order, by substitutingtroops Harvey, Ward t and O'Gorman 2 and offered to join them, or do any
ish and-American: armed & threatening fourteen feet. of the line for the colonial with a Consul General, and Con thin. !!'.. ii the would. snv .Me.... l.
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forces-the battle betweenthe 'The great Toulon fleet had troops. I suls, for Vera Cruz and AcapulcoI after some struggling with him a.\j.,
Ariel and Ala t"it-the escape dwindled down to a frigate to carry From the foregoing no doubt can ;I are in this city. The second leavts | they knocked him down with haiul-
of the frigate: from a British fleet- Gen. Guclimino to Constantinople bp now entertained that the Holy i 1 here in a fewnlays for England, and |spikes, and threw him overb ard.
the shipwreck of the Ariel-and and another frigate to carry Alliance, meditate the recovery .oftne :< takes with him such a favorable I. Towards morning they awakened
the Pilu ts running the frigate safe the French Consul to Tunis, where Spanish and Portuguese-- I' account of the situation of affairs the other Portuguese, and asked
through{ the Devil's, Grip, and off he is ordered to demand reparation vinces in South Americaand that !!i here, that there is no doubt indeI I him if he could cook, which he
the rork and shoal I?, v hence the for the,violation treaties, which ,a plan is now in active operation to ,I i pendcnce will be acknowledged by J! undertook, they having toiii hlln
officers and crew thought escape took ,place during the war in bring the New World into the ]j4 I! Great Britain, and that she will I what was done.* They thtn )J'i1 4n
from the shipwreck! impossible..' Spain.A .standard of Old European despo-j i, prevent hc other European pow I I toeat and drink,and: destroy thih t
The tuo'latter' (the 1 1.tsi of \\hichj t similar, unimportant object'had Mn, a standard fixed by tyrannical ers from meddling witli'us. They} I I about the cabin., .Xficr; which they
is, perhaps, belter described been assigned for the reported I kings,for the purpose of annihilat are delighted with Mexico and th_- i! got the I long"J boat cut, am! she sunk;
any: thing of equal difficulty, than'I I expedition gelling up at Lisbon for ng independent and free govern reception they have met with. All ].,: they then loweicdtle jolly boat
found ioi any other work,) I the Brazils, viz : to convey troopsto m nts. they asked wal the abolition of.the i j| down, and took the ntiie.ith
doubly interesting to ,all, who re- the Cape de Verds, to prevent POSTSRCRIPT. Since we slave.trade, which has already been i nH.'luhe.tlt'ml'lal1chuh': fate of the their capture by Lord Cochrane. wrote the above, we have recrvedthe done away-no commercial privileges I scuttled the schooner, the 'j..t t-d.
New-York Packet .'Ill ion, at Kin- Partial! credit: only, is given to News brought by the Columbia or interference in the form I! the Portuguese at the hi 1m', and

sale. The description! of Barnsta- these declarations ; and some of arrived at New-York, bringing of Goverment: leavincr.... the- .ceonic. ordered him to. steer intnthf-. Hr1
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finding" the_ corpse of his decisive tone'in the King's speech, than the arrival at Boston. The what they think most conducive to a light breeze all night.-After
friend CT.in-fur grief," even in indicating a policy and intention substance of which only, we can their welfare and pro perity.u which they went below, and began
lierob heaitsuvill have its way" similar to that of Mr. Monroe.' give. our readers to-day referringthem The early acknowledgement of drinking until they got drunk and
-is>, perhaps, the finest passage !Il Suspicion is wide awake in the to extracts in to-morrow's I the independence of_ Mexico by G. fell asleep. The Portuguese took
the book. British.-.. II'nublic. and the Brest armament -, Observer. The King's ff speech was : Britain, will l establish a precedent I the opportunity to cut thc painterand
But the most signal success of is still distrusted.An delivered by the Lord Chancellor, f in..regard to Souta American affairs scull ashore, where he landedat
the author consists in giving a English Bookseller has been and not by the King in person, as that must be followed up in a short a village to the westward, and
faithful representation, of the duties found guilty of publishing Don Juan was expected on the 3d Feb. Its time by the recognition of the free- gave the information. They: immediately -
feelings, habits and manners Thanks to Liberty, a Brit' tenor is throughout of a pacific dom of all the independent slates, dispatched a boat after

of seamen and naval characters, ish Jury cannot reach the Amcri- character represents the negocia- 2c particularly those Columbia.. the schooner, and brought"the n1t D.
7ithout any coarseness in thought can Press.The tions with all foreign powers, as Buenos Ayres and Chili. ashore. The Portuguc arrived'in
or language ; and in inculcating Greeks are still achieving in an auspicious train. In Parliament FROM PERU. I' town on Sunday. The governorsent

morality and magnanimity, and victories offer their oppressors. :. Mr. Canning and Lord Liverpool By the whaling ship FiCiIeiick immediately two boats with
correct notions of duty, honor, and France is in an unsettled state, broached the question of Augustus, at New-port, which soldiers after the schooner,and that
I I patriotism. Even Long-Tom, notwithstanding and the Bourbons are trying the the freedom of South America, left Coquimbo No*. 14th, near a night she was brought into the .:;,
he had passed his i Castlereagh system of jilots to I stating that firincifile of the independence month later than former advice, a harbor Funchal. The next day
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v.'hole! Ufe on the ocean, never strengthen the government.The i I of that country was letter has Breached New York", the three men came to town, and
sptaks of winds or wave, of the most prominent articles in 'decided i by .Great Britain, and communicating the following important were lodgtd: 'in three prisons. After !i:
.: danger in storms or battles, or the the French papers, relate to the I that her formal recognition of it and disagreeable intelli- a day or two the preceding narrative
awful penis, of a ('a1nan'sl1irc, but pending trial several Frenchmenand was now only a matter of expediency was disclosed, and that the
with reverence and humility ; and one woman, accused of a conspiracy I and to be regulated by circumstances gence.VALPARAISO, Oct. 30. 1823. plot was preconcerted previous to

his whole deportment proves him against. the government.i, affecting interests, "By an arrival from Arnica, we sailjng. The schooner had much
us lievoui, as he was magnanimous, The British traveller says, this : This is also the tenor of the King's have just learnt the defeat and dispersion water in her when re-capture'dt
skilful and J>I'avc. Aside, therefore conspiracy is evidently brought I Speech., In addition to tne brightening of the Patriot Army uuder but could keep free with both
from the proud addition this forward at the present juncture in scene on the part of Great .General SANTA CRUZ. seven thousand pumps.
work will make to our literature, aid of the !n I'igue.0. mould thechamber I Britain, it appears that SPAIN has strong, with the loss of 4,000 The schooner was moored inside
\\c think ?\Ir. Cooper richly deserves I of Deputies ,into a form agreed to relinquish all thoughts -all their baggjgearms, amuni- the Loo Rock, and was expectedto
the, thanks, not only of our more convenient for ,the French and designs against the Independence :ion and stores of every kind, at be sold for the good of thoaer

: seamenand commanders, and 0tht' Ultras. ,"I of her former Colonies Disaquadero the Vice Roy concerned.. .-- She_n_ _had___ rmirh_u__._ ,_Ipc.. :.
.' ofiiecrs of vessels, but of the The London Courier I of-the 16th : in South America. and General Valdez, whose forces troyed about her after the capturr.
nation. And when we recollect January, has the following remarks From Morning Chronicle Feb. 11. were five thousand strong.'* She had brought a cargo of rice
dumcsiic fill lion and tedious It will no doubt be highly con- be foundation from Charleston Savannah.
the u c : There appears to no or ,
illness, with which he had to h \V e consider it not at all unlikely soling to the public to know that for the above report. Our ,
l while that the Messagcof the President the affairs of South America are from Caracas the A is about
struggle, tumposing a great : accounts are to new weekly paper being *
part of this, his fourth novel, we I of the United States will fast approaching to a settlement, 14th January, nearly three months established in New York, to be
norTsuler: hini as having made unexampled i give umbrage to the Russian Government. and that the independence. of that subsequent to the date Of this let- published by Messrs Wilder fe
improvement as a writer interesting portion of th globe is ter, at which period accounts of Campbell, and to be called "1Ilt:
and as hang fully established u In truth, the tone of tiat! Message on the eve being, on the must a late date had been received from Star Sjiangled Banner in quarto
a high {claim to public patronage; is very decidedly hostile to secure basis, recognized. We say Peru of nature highly favorableto form, each number contain eight
and applause.--And w"e should feel l la' the extravagant pretensions of a on the most secure basis-because the patriots; who, we also learnt pages. The main object is saidto

greet 'curiosity, if it were possible power, which, with all imaginable We have every reason to believe from other quarters, had recently he, to publish intelligence relating .
tf) make the experiment, of olnrss, contemplated the turn- that the plans about to be adopted obtained important advantages over to the Navy and Army of the
pulling the Pilot with Quentin ing, by a Russian Ukase, of the in Europe are of such a nature, as the royalists. United States ; comprising biographical "
Durward, (or some other of the PHcifiLOcean. into a Russian Lake. not only to remove from the new 1q l sketches of officers, stations .
novels could We have reason to believe that states all apprehensions of external DOMESTIC.English of and
Waverly wc name,) ships troops, promotions, .,'
k into the hands of sundry ompcJ the explanations>> which have taken danger; but also to afford their Turn March 19. hangcs, &t. the state of public :
trrt judges, without their having place between our own, Government respective governments considerable works, !tc. I.
MR. BEARDSLEE -
any knotledge or conjecture, by and that of the U.tiled; States, although indirect aid in. the. f.1
Editor of the Louisiana Advertiser.
Tshoxi or where either of the books upon the subject of the Message, grand work of consolidationaservicc Sir Should the Extraordinary is stated ina
following
,- communication -
ourselves consider infi-
\\eie wrillen, to learn who among have been of the most satisfactorykind. we late London that
I be in' paper an enginehas
deserving a place
them would pronounce; the laitcr : We believe, also, we may nitely more important than the been constructed which will
: equal l to the Pilot. G. &c S. venture to assure our readers, that mere ceremony of a formal recog- your columns, if not previously received produce sort of revolution, in
a
are at liberty to, mechanics -
publish -
nition in the and you
January! 21st.FOHKIfaV.. upon all the great measures now diplomatic way, it will
...,. engrossing the attention of Europe without which, the good effects of it. (At sea, Tuesday, 9th ; supercede alto-
and the United States, this the latter might possibly be lost. March, Tortugas S. E. distant 90 gether the use of steam, and may
be termed
miles Hamlet from N. an atmospheric Pressure
country and America understand On the highest possible authority spoke ship ,
--
: t LATE: FROM EUROPE. each other perfectly, and are upon we now proceed to state, that, Orleans, bound to Baltimore, .. -all Engine ; its power may be
ad
infinitum
and
well. multiplied Jhe ex
the overtures aud propositions respecting -. )
The European .i\'fW.t by the Topaz the best possible footing.
of
Your obedient ser'vt.ROB pense working it, comparedwith
.
If the recognition of South
arrived at Boston from Liver- the following be true, war can-
poolf ,,ida London dates to the not be very remote ; but the later America, to which Mr. Canning RT HARDIE, the steam: engine, will save
nine outoften. The
20th'January, seems of rather amore advices by the Columbia dissipateall alluded the other night inthe Master of Brig Rithmond.CRUELtOUTRAGE. '. cost will parts, likewise be comparativelysmall original
important complexion than such apprc.-l ensions. We have House, were made by Great Bri- and it is
applicable to
our previous advices ; and those ,taken our stand and must maintain tain direct to ,Spain, and in termsso The following account of the which every
the Columbia it. I strong and explicit that they murders committed on board the purpose steam can be ap-
by arrived at New- A
schooner_ ____ Nanoleon_ of Yarmouth plied. patent has been taken
.
York, are still more interesting. Madrid'Jan. 4.-It-is agreed were properly attended to, the;moment u .- out for England and
those for
Oa thp subject of thc attempt of that there exists a secret treaty be- they reached Madrid., In was received from the Consul, verbally Scotland and Ireland in
are
Saiu( and Portugal to recover their tween' France and Spain, but ihe consequence, the Duke San Carlos, at Funcbal, Madeira.On 23d. gress, and when completed] the pro En-
American Provinces, the British principal bases of it are not known: at present the ambassador of Friday evening,January gine will be exhibited to the
Traveller says-" Toe; Spanish only the assistance, or the direct Spain at the Court of France, was 1824, the schr. Napoleon of Yare lic. pub-
mouth sai'-d from Madeira bound
Government; have come to a determination and indirect means'arc spoken Of, appointed to a special mission to JV. Y. Even.Post.The
de Verds Islands with .
-' to tiy at a 1 ha'arca, to re- which France is to furnish, to 're London, and the necessary:,credits to the Cape _
Y gum;; her South American Provinces conquer a part of the Spanish co and funds for carrying into effect the following persons :Cap v
either by an expedition, or lonies. It is also generally supposed this special mission, had been forwarded Joshua Hall, Jabez Howes, mate, first number of a new daily
trying tne effect of a counter re- that Ferdinand has made to him from Madrid when John Gallagher, acting second paper is issued at Boston, conducted
volution. The Portuguese are also some cessions-only the Balearic the last accounts came away. 'The mae, William Show, and Robert by JOSEPH T. BUCKINGHAM, the
determined to re-conquer Rio Islands are mentioned, and it is ad- hoi e of the individual may also, Ed'ardsseaman, Robert Walker, editor oFthe New-England Galaxy,
.I Janeiro." This,is contradicted byi ded that this cession has excited in some measure, be considered favorable .cook, and! two Portuguese one to under the title of THE BOSTON

I .,- he ncvs below, received by the some disputes with a cabinet to the issue of the import work his passage to the United COURIER. .
confided him. \The States, the other to the Cape de
Columbia, at New-York. which opposes it.prhe notes of trust to '
To this we must add the following the Ambassadors of France and Duke De San Carlos a native of Verds. SUPREME COURT.
: I
(from the London Courier :- Kufcsu with the Spanish Ministry South America, and, although at On the! night of leaving port, FRIDAY, MARCH 5.
: ,b Letters from Cadiz of the 29th of cross each other. -The two Am .the time he was the Ambassador of the Captain went forward, ; the Mr. Justice WASHINGTON delivered
I I December, mention, that the expedition bassadors are on good terms with a despotic King,'and residec in the man at the helm told his" watch* the opinion of the Court in
j 't.'. against SoutU, America, each other, but M. de Bulgari is British metropolis, he laboured mate now is your time ; the man the case of the Constitution, and
l : which has been for some time prepariug more intimately connected with hard to counteract the indepen- went forward and knocked the other Spanish slave vessels. Decree
d4 hi that part, was on the I the fanatic party among, the COUrtiers dence of his native land, and often captain down ; the other man then affirmed, -as to that vessel,
4 point of sailing.: The Asia, the of Ferdinand; who: follow in resorted to means both impoliticand came forward, and,they threw the and the cargo of slaves, and 'cause
; < only! vessel) ot'war in the harbor, l preference the policy of Russia, unjustifiable.; we hope he has captain overboard; They then remanded the Merino and Louisa ,
is learned _some liberality in the awoke the other seaman, and having and with leave
wis ,not to form a part of the expedition though thatpf France not very cargo, to amendthe
IT'l only the frigates and 'ci i fTc re nt. school of adversity, in which he related what was done, they all proceedings ; 'and a decree of
I i S ziaflcr'rsseli.I! It was understood to be the intention has since been placed, and that the wentaft, and called the mate up ; restitution of the slaves chimed by .
r Jrfla.J is represented to be in a of the King of England to pledges he gave when the reyolu- as soon as ,he got his head in the Antonio Frias. ,

1 ,. better condition than formerly, but, open the approaching session oft tion broke out in 1820, were not companion t ,ono oLthem struck him't 'S ., Intelligencer*

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I jiitCMiMTtkc to know too wlijh the and fade." Here xre bL"c.ci private I BY At1 IORITY. '" -- .. ..4.__. ,.
\f* iG i .J 'M, \ : these courts were appointed to meet last virulence" getting upon "a throne in the I
tJi ...... / -iJIIJ I I5ru1WAV j I fell in five weeks of each other, and no organs"and IhakiJ1g the "pillars their AN ACT to extend the time limited for the rJ.ulii VS;

--'\ AP1UL 10, 1824. other court foiici months...I wonder why plinths,",'and the same "virulence 'in the I; '.settlement of private laud claims in the --;;. ,- ..----- .
too in long Act* in which Territory OfFI,, -iBe
many only one organs" shakir 'pillars" tremendously, i rid. I.
""Jyjr!-On rrdl'lornh: ,.n.... the 2d inst..... or two tnrling amendnents, were made, *' transports" our liberties in a ,political it IJ Senate andHouse PORTOFPK.'S2CJj..

oat in the Tillage 01 San Carlo 'i I the amendments. alone were not printed, volcano il'oblaY1 n&" and. after they1arc Re/iretehtatives. of the I "
Vrokc
>r insti ad of the "'holectl.I hear that landed.therecalnYand ClEARED,
United
quiet as the centre States of America in Con- Sch. '
commenced in the Tom
black"smith's Shields
J\.l -r.\nclS-\t one lawyerhas four mertgiges that he tells seed of a cucumber, it is found,again leaving gress"assembled That the time leal's. Forsyift, Ncw.Or-

shop belonging to the U. S. armvf hs clients can't, be foreclosed, because, the ,confines oblivion, and hurlmgoursuft'ftgesby limited Tot the Sch, Henrietta '.. _I
settlement of Qui
consumed several houses and outbu'i1dingsthe .I like Jacko's knife, it will cost more than tornadoes'of: tyranny private glcSt New-Orleans.
:r.d house formerly occupiedhv it come to-I wonder why the people into the dark caverns of despotism" I !- land claims in the Tcirilory -.-

large wooing, !:ht'rt'r.o'infhlks.' never write i What a monstrous virulence",this .must of Florida;!, by an act of the seventeenth Lou qflhc JlrifA'aticj \'ntt-J-Qrh

*Is'jr Wilson, and that in which Doctor in the news,) pel* About this ; they Are be," mojittrum horretulnm, cttjus cni litmftTadcmptum Congress, entitled .' An act Mr. Daniel Smith,of the rum of tC1)j.mm .\.

Hell was then) )Ihing, were the principal great n.ciiMu I should like to see such geniuses -,I after it has,got into .' oblivion" amending, and Smith & Sons, of New-York, arrived

dwellings: burnt. We understand the get hold of it. it comes out in a tornado;" it is worse supplementary to, in Pensacola on Tuesday morning l+*tj

and other effects in them, were A MECHANIC. than Sampson's weapon, we had}better the act for ascertaining claims and and states that he was on board thc Her

furniture I call on the rocks and mountains to cover titles to ,}and in the territory of maphtoditc brig Nancy ( Ncw-Ycrk ,be

all preserved by the timely and well-direc. "I would have such a ft..now'Jlippea1, : us, and when we have get into "oblivion"we : Florida, and to provide for the )longing to B. Smith & Sons, 'on her voy '

ted cxirf.ous: ; of the troops, conducted For o'er doing termagant ; it out Hcrods may avoid "thrones," hich in America survey and disposal of the public for age this from 9t. Pierre's, Martinique,. bound
are obnoxious fabrications Art city; being1; eight days uut'ic:
by Lieut. Trenor. Herod. Shcd: ea'Y!. : cularIY'1 lands Florida," be and the wa
same. capsize Oflr.ilay 21st March
when
There is not a more common cause of .they shake the pillars" of ,and ever
bric of to their is hereby, extended and enlarged, soul on board, except Mr. Smith,
government plinths
failure in accusation than lCflii,1
an an ignoranceof ;
has suggested to us the followfog '
,A friend the proper point at which to stop. As ana such "tornadoes" as uproot old"obli until the first day of January next, that he hiing-UvoWavs" ami an half to 'Ir;

plan to regulate\ the hire of common the extreme severity of a law defeats its vion" and drive its inhabitants into "dark when the Commissioners for ascertaining rijfffinjf, and was rukcu,ofV by a Pilot bout

laborers in Pcnsacola, and we recommend end and suffers even the guilty to escape; caverns despotism make, hell tremble claims and titles to the called by the captain,the Nancy of NewOrlec.ii -

it to the consideration of the City 80 an exaggerated charge:, like that of and fright chaos and old mother night.I lands aforesaid shall make : !*, and put on shore near Penlftlo I
a return Bay from whence be
wish to 'sk Orlando" came to this
of to Mrs. Veritas in one of the late Gazettes : one question, place.
source
Council, :LB being a revenue ,
of
disposes one to take with, the whether the bybernal frigidity of the Antipodes their proceedings to the Mr. Smith says that the cargo consx-ed
the citv, and of great convenience, both to accused, every against the accuser.If part. passing in an orthogonal line I Secretary of the Treasury, to be of Hum, Tafia, Cocoa, MoJawcs, &c. belonging J

those wl Ii'o have negroes to hire, and those Mrs. Veritas had confined herself through the homogenious solidity of the laid before COI.gress. heads to his firm, and also fifty hogs

ho have work to.be gone. Let the owners within any moderate compass if for instance centr can warm the superficial convexity Sec. 2. .41.4 belt further enacted P of Hum, belonging to !Jr. ,Jo-*cp\! _
laborers the! office she had accused of of our heels, by a soft aLlJ tiper. iis ? irglei.and consigned: to Messrs. J. C. ic
of common apply me breeding CitlTO, Tha the claimant or claimants C. C.; Ko)ser of this placu. _
confusion in families and
of the clerlTof City Council,and there dissentions a- shall not be required produce in Names of Jfertons fait. '
mon r brothers ; of exciting doubts of the ..
Jiavc the name, age and description'of his amiability of every woman,and the courage evidence a deraignment oT title John Ferguson, Ca;>t.. Samuel flenrtwtrll. g

slave registt'n d by the clerk, who shall of every man in the country, who had 1 :co> tn&i&aaiQNA5I, I.*om the original grantee or patentee Stephen, Mat-HcartvvclJ*;.John! Itussell, Reucl) ,Joseph% !l-.ssei!, _

deliver to the negro a medal or badge, for pretensions to either; I should have remained but the exhibition of the and a black boy. (Tom all Smith.of Sc.. 'u;,'nj
silent. IN SENATE. ,) :% -";-York. .
But when she far -
which) the master shall pay a reasonable so abandoned original title papers, agreeably to Mr Smith states, that the Pilot n t

t.e'er)' three months; let the price cflubor I I province, as truth to lay, and all the encroached confusions,on wars my March "12th. the fourth section of an act passed: which took him off the capsized vewc! wa

be regulated by law,and a convenirnt and massacres, wh.ch have ever happenedin On motion of Mr. VAN BUREN, the eighth of May, eighteen hund deeply laden, imi that the C'ap l lrd

place o.n the publc; square be fixed the world, at my door, to the no small{ the bill to amend the Judiciary edand twenty-two, entitled "An take unwilling him to to tell her naie l he,"ami v/oM. not ______

upon: as the stand at which all, who are to discredit AnniTiONaml of flY sister FOLLY and my brothers system of the United States, was act for ascertaining claims and was cofil-c,any and port that; she; ihiiiks was from her; cargo St.-

-.,.?.\..- maL"'--..., mutt_-"--.- armear-1- at an appointed" : REVEXOK :" I could imt re-committed the Committee on titles to lands within the territory Tboinas-from which ;t appears probable!
m avoid coming out in
own dvfeiice.-l
hour every morning, with tl'eir badges!!, give her however, the my praise of ingenuity j the Judiciary. of Florida' with the deed or that she was a smuggler, end if so, mu.t

those who want !laborers could then, go I for she has contrived to say"as. much as e-; The resolution submitted yesterday devise, to the claim.mt ; and the likely thc lie capt.tintl.1 not tell her true .
naint1
there choose their negro, take his badge, i "er was said on so unpromising a subJect. by Mr. JOIIXSON, of Lou. office, Abstract or abstracts, of the he lool>:Jit.revenue cutters. should be on ,

and thus secure his services so long as he I Before i proceed any further it may not | instructing an inquiry into the ex- intermediate-- conveyances lor the -_-_-__n_-_ -_----.,. -____ tit*

is in need of them, at the price; fixed by I be been amiss a rivalship to state, that existing there between always Mrs.has p ediency of establishing a Naval last ten years, preceeding the surrender PROPOSALS --- ;-:

Uw ; every negro found seeking work Truth and myself, and she has been particularly Depot at 'Pensacola. or at such of 'Florida to the United i :

without badge, to be taken up, and his jealous of my influence over the place in the vicinity thereof, as States ;' and, '-where they cannot be : WILL be received till the 50th.of May

nutter, compelled to pay a fine, female part of the world; among whom it may, in the opinion of the Committee produced, their ajwejice beinjr with to furnisii J.' the Florida Indhns,

1 This is the mode adopted in other cities h has l l.\'a's been a standing maxim, that be most advantageous, to satisfactorily: accounted for, shall .the first provisions day of.nrone year, oini.-nencn-: ,>.- _
September
the truth is not to be ensum?, the
,und has been found productive of times ;" and indeed, so far has spoken this at all the United States," was again read be sufficient evidence of the right. supplies; required are fresh .beef salt and

much advantage ; it has been mentioned bias of the female mind prevailed over strong the and agreed to._ of the claimant or claimants to the' corn or flour; the ration toconsst: of one

to us by an owner of slaves, and we think I dictates of reason, that even Veritas herself The resolution submitted yesterday land so claimed as against the and a quarter pound of beef one quart of
thcVconvenience of such regulation declaiming professedly Slander United States Provided corn, oran equivalent in flour, ami salt-at
a : Thc
i against by Mr. HOLMES, of tne rate of four quarts to
eVry
hundred
for the taxwhch: has made it tue vehicle of most of her claim be defined
in
would amply compensate and of all Maine instructing ah inquiry into quantity, and rations. The amount will bf.'fl"Om'2..300 to
arguments anathemas.
\vould form source considerable! prof.t 1 do not intend t" defend my character But, by the expediency providing by the amount ,does not exceed the : JUOO lations per day, varying, from the .

:to the city. lo\v ermg hers. 1 itattumyself to be abe: law l for an earlier day than the quantity limited in the second section of smallest the subscriber to the IargcstamouitatThenptjo

to shew, not.only that 1 am not the cause first Monday in December next of the act which this is intended upon a notice of thirty-;
days places
; delivery St.
On reference: to our Congressional column o: al the wars Marks, Tampa
,
massacres, &c. which have for the commencement of the next to extend : And Provided, Bay and such points as hereafter
it'will be that the National LegIslature desolated mankind, (for Veritas has may Ic> ?
seen
saved The conditions required thelaws w'.th.n
of by designated the
cession Indian,
Congress was again boundaries
that ,
me : trouble the ,
have before them theto important by use of the argument ;
us,
known the read. and ordinances of the Spanish a constant advance of two month's stfpr;'"
by name of"
ab
question of establishing a Naval absitr0 and plies will be exrctcd, and the articles
) but also that society would sustain a On the suggestion of Mr. government, the treaty be of requiredto '
lepot at this place. "We have no doubt serious loss, if I was banished from the between Spain an'I 1 the United. good qutlity.-Persoi.s of. .
JOHNSON, of Kentucky, the resolution fering to contract, will make the offer in
but that this will be the port at which itwill world. States shall' have been
compliedwith. writing sealed and
,
directed
Is'there was so modifier as to direct to me, statin-
in
stationed the favor ble situation existence
be r a man,who would I the rate at which they will furnish 1
wish not to chain the Committee to the
down inquire at
and known health ofthis city, seem to en to eternal impotence Sec. 3. And be it further enacted : entire rations,or either of the component '
,
sure it to us but the time of its establish- 10\"elllless-who, the pretty prattling tongue of female what time the present session ofCongress That no person shall be taken and parts! : the result! of the offers will be made
does not wish to introduce ,
be closed. As thus known
.ment is as yet doubtful ; we je, howe'er"in again the reign of primeval si may deemed to be an actual settler, tonal on of application to me, at the Tern-
seat
hopes that enough time may be spared L. I'nce-and to forego the pleasures of the amended, the resolution was ordered within the provisions of the Act or the indh'iduals'holle government oilers near Tallaiiaue; ;
to lie the are
: on table. accepted -
ree unrestrained
fcy Congress'from the U Greek Question"i eloquence of woman ; I and will be notified of
amending, supplementary to thc
sa.tie through the
: fsuclithere be,I ask him to ; The bill fan
before
the Tariff'Bill" and the Appropriation pause explanatory act, medium of the
he lends his aid to banish an act for ascertaining claims and PostOfficeThe most
slander
from the
entitled
1ilto pass An act for the establish world.-Abstract from the e An act ,confirming certain titles to land in the Territory of unquestionable security Will foe'required
conversat-on at
I claims to lots in the tow") uf for the faithful fulfillment of the
of Naval at Pensacola, balls contract
ziient a Depot our and our tea-tables all that has Florfda, passed on the third ;
at the present session, which will be ser. relation to the texture of this lady's gown,'i i I j Mobile:, was taken up in comr it- o March, one thousand eight hundred day and the proposals to present will delay be it is expected that _

e viceablc to the nation,and greatly promote or the bloom of that lady's cheek ; to the | tee of the: whoeMr.! HAYNE in a -d unless statement uf the accompanied intended by a .t
twenty-three such security
be
obscurity of this to _
the growth, and increase the importance gentleman's family, or I the Chair. MAKING, of Alabama -. ofJ red.
the mode of that person, or those uniier whom iirclaims
acquiring leman',
gent briefly explained the object of' By order of the
ofourcity. fortune-and what would be left ?nothing title, shall have been in the stiperintendant::
'- but rjthe bill :j which was merely to do G. HUMPHREYS,
monosyllables, cultivation of
or occupation
the
Under our ship news will be found an -" A world without a away a misconstruction which had Agent for Indiantfars; t
sun. and, at and before the period of the in .Florida.
account of the loss of the Brig Nancy of The most eloquent of her sex would rare been put upon a former act. cession.<< Pensacola, 6th April 1324.I .
j
Ncw.Yrk-we publish this as we receiv. J) get beyond "yes" or no." The most Aftersome, remarks by Messrs. '.
See. 4. And be it further
ed it from himself striking absurdity in this matter is, that enacted,
Daniel
CHANDLER
a
person calling and LOYVRIE the d
Vcritas labours to exclude from society, I That so much ..01'the act of which ItEqUEST.SjTIIIE
Smith,without holding ourselves responsi for the bill was 'laid the table.
benefit of the ladies, that which j upon this is an amendment authorizes following books were taken out j

ble for the correctness of it. Mr. Smith they consider their greatest privilege. l HOUSE OF REPUESLNTATIVES. the Secretary, of said commissioners jiJpn of the Pensacola Cirntlating JJbi'a-

has nude R protest and his ,statement un am firmly persuaded that if it should be March 8th. to demand and receive from the ry in the spring of 1822, and, in consequence
proposed the major part of the female of the death ofthose who had them
tier oath, but many still consider him ai I Sex, met in claimants ten cents hundred I ,
synod, to banish slander from On motion ofMr.Cookit was per have never been recovered.

: impstor ; he has omitted a precautioi the world, they would decide against it Resolved, That the Committee words for recording titles to land, Arabian Night's Entertainment 1st vol. -

rhich would have set all doubts at rest:, well without convinced dissenting voice ; for they are on the Jucliciauy be instructed to be, and the same is hereby, re; De Pon's Voyages to S. America'1st Vol,

certificate from the ; tbat the aggregate balance pealed. Henry's Travels, Hull's Trial; ,
thetaking a person is in j their fa"our. inquire into the expediency !. '
pro- An A'pology for the Life of Jas. Fennell
ho took him from the lost vessel, this The Sec. 5. And be it further enacted ,
invention law the ,
of
Allegory proves incontestibly htyiiing, by employment The Knight of St.John 2 vol .
Wtverthe mod cautious might have ne that a slight variation from of any person except a citizen of, That the former Secretaries, or Brydone's Tour through Sicily and Malta,

fleeted, and we ought to exercise great truln, if not pr-.1 se.worthv, is at least no treprehensibJ. tie UniteC: States, in any of the those who may now be Secretaries, Kelroy, a novel,

charity on occasions like this, when it is Ipoc4ble Indeed* I have not the Departments of the Government. to the said Boards Commissioners The Fir.it/, 1st vol.
l right to complain .n this matter, for The most of the above mentioned books
who shall have received their
that a fellow-being may have been one half the On motion of Mr. TRACY ,
truths
:: in the world are indebted have the conditions of the Library pastedon
so truly unfortunate as Mr Smith repre for their currency to the artful manner it was salary of one thousand two liund- ,. the inside of the cover, and the holders

sents that he has been. Time will prove in which they are engrafted upon my false: Resolved, That a. select committee r:d and" fifty' dollars, from the of those 'vhich have not, must know,. that

the correctness or incorrectness of this ac hoods. Truth does not dare, in ,the present t- 'be Treasury ofthe\ United States, the books are not their property.: It is
day, to make her appearance in appointed to inquire which is law declared be earnestly requested that those who
count, and we trust that if Mr. Smith'is an any by to may
thin ,but tue ponderous tome of aphilosoplier what further legislative provisions their full shall be find these books will do me the: favor of
impostor, he will be brought to that compensation, ,
punishment withoujt borrowing my cestnsi without are fit and necessary to carry into returning them,as the odd volumes can be
he o richly deserves; and,on the attiring herself in the attractive garb effect the provisions of the act of and they are hereby, required toI I of no use to any one but me;.and should

other hitncl, if narrative is correct, that of fi ction. La Uocliifscanld says "hypo Congress March Sd 1817 pay over, respectively the Commissioners hope tbat the dictates of honor and honesty
passed ,
he will meet with that commisscration and crisy is the homage vice pays to virtue," entitled conformably with the t will prompt the return of the others.
and fiction seems to be a compliment that An act to amend the of the \V. lI\ ELL HUNT.
assistance which his misfortunes entitle truth "provisions original law, al i _
pays to falsehood. act authorising the forpropcl'ty
payment 10th.
April
him such fees as have been demanded I ,
to, Invention and ,,
acuteness of lost
are qualities captured or destroy-
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-.-.-." -- --- the mind,.which have been and received by them, which shall i
worth
thought ed the '
while in
by enemy, the military To the CitizensoPen.acola.
_COMMUJWCA: TIOJVS. improvement, but i if we are to be tied service of the United States, be appropriated to defray the expenses -.. --....... .
down to plain, simple matter of fact, our ot'.the Commission. -

F'pt1ic Pensacola Gazette.MR. .' bar and senate-house would become, what and forother purposes.1' passedthe Sec. 6. And :be further enacted TIlE SUBSCRIBER,
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HUNT, Veritas wishes them-receptacles for the 9th April 1816, and that said I .
That so :much of thc acts of which: P& : OSES TO OPEN IN
A of mine has in THIS CIrr
neighbour ,
a mortgage patent rights dulness ; but as thc matter: committee have leave to report by I
tcnrn-upona hruse and lot for gl20, he now stand., such is the glorious disregardof bill or otherwise. this is amendatory; as makes void: ..L ,

trent to a lawyer to foreclose the mono: truth, that-they can plead a cause, or i all. claims not filed before the first' l"E1ING 1uo\1, "

.q JW, und-upon,inquiry about the costs, as manage a debate without losing one, or March 12th. i day of December, one thousand:
that is the first in these hard times in the If sufficient encouragement be obtained .
, question failing other. Eloquence wouldexcite The House went into Committee i eight hundred and three
tl'C.Uorney politely handed the law,, her last thrill twenty thereto,
even tea would lose of the whole Mr. CAMPBELL in
h'ch that be, and the same is hereby, repealed -
provides a petition shall be its exbilaratinginfluence.
established the files will be immediately
tlc t anJ the Chair on the bill making and it shall be lawful for IF
a nntice's'n"cd upon the partv.anll And universal darkness bury all." appropriations ; supplied with all the most inter-

another notice,to Jet every body kno"wofthe As brevity is the soul of wit, 1 have endeavored for the support of go- claims to be filed any time previousto esting papers, and with the principal Reviews

door suit, put up at the Court House to clip the wings of my imagination verment for the year 1824. the first day of September next ; and Magazines, published in .thc

and then four another months notice! put in lb C'CW.paper :' and labored to condense my thoughtsto Among the items moved and but all and every claim not filed byI United States : and subscribers: will,be allowed .

the cost of all a small compass. 1 might like Truth'bave to use, in the room, the books belonging _
this is30: the lawyer says he must charge given to airy nothing a habitation agreed ; we rind the following. that timc-shalt* be held and deemed to the Pensacola circulating library. -

820, thi makcsS50, then the mortgage and a name. might have made excursions "For the salaries of the secreta- void' and oftnone- effect. .

pts.judgment, the costs of court ten dol- into the regions of fancy, and have, ries of the land commissioners. of. Sec. 7. .dnd. t further enacted, /FHExREADING' ROOM to be kept in

: well after judgement the person 1 I I spread my thoughts over two and an hall East aiid West Florida, at 81250 That each of the Commissioners the rear of the Book Store, in the room
StJlg" must take execution, advertise columns but 1 preferred in this instanceto asthe Clerk's Office
four months ; : each, S 2, 500. heretofore appoinledror may now occupied and
more, then if' the property confine myself 'a plain statement ofof will be commenced on the 15th of April '
l ,
'igd formy neighbour's debt docs not facts, to convince 'the most sceptical Mr. COCKE moved the follow- hereafter be appointed, who has next, provided twenty subscribers are o- t
rl; }fc two thirds of it* ,value adverrtie the difference performed and shall hereafter *r-
between ,
t.'efl Veritas andSCANDALUM. ing, to come in after the second'sect p tunedin time to make the necessary ar ti
news-paper, six weeks more, form,the duties assigned him, shall rangements. \ I
M then sell the fiM Tuesday in the next I If1thfor ion: TKBMS dollars I
receive from first -Eight a
i the MondayinFebruary year, payable
0&A all this and the printer's bill,is.i, .! Mm. HCKT-i am a great admirer of the .,\nd provided also, That no until ,the first day of quarterly in advance. No subscription
llavyei' 20
coxts of couit and !! sublime and I received for less than unless the
beautiful one
dTha1's! commission g20 more, making5',' in writing, but thereis person receiving an annual salary January next, at the rate of two year;
: two number of subscribers exceeds
one or sentences in Ur1and., from t\\'enty-
a- the Goverment of the United
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The house and lot is onlv worth : thousand dollars annum in full
:,lilt boe my comprehension once the per Strangers to be admitted, on presenting a
1.I011r sum\\111, il is e* uu>ted, and my. neil*- ;,I Ju4>ciary. the door of that fabrick, is o- States, shall receive any thing in compensation for his services. : card of introduction from any subscriber,

(\'tcn' not) hale one cent so he fia* pencd to .the private virulence, which: addition thereto, for any, services H. CLAT for'one month; after which they wihIb
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th wune,t 'net folks to forgive who thc-dcbtI"oncI'tS'. 't I might be enthroned within its organs, I its whatever, by way of perquisitesor Speaker of the House of Representatives.DJWIELD expected to become subscribers, ifthcywish ,
J,. write so much about be shaken to fees to continue their visits. -
theirphinths '
..lae not pillar JDa) OUt; extra compensation, except TOMPKIAS, \
h 1cl noticed this Act, which \ liberties transported in political volcano, A Subscription Paper is opened at thc
h e entitled ''I : of office, which may established Vice President of the United States
an "Act for the benefit
tft : into oblivion j our suffrages hurled, 1 b) and President of the Senate; Bcok Store.
...'n, \.11''t; PJI'1ll'l':' these things ought" be tornadoes of tyranny to the dark : bv. law. Wazblngtop, Feb. 28, 1824-Approved. W.! Hasell Hunt.

., v the 1 nC1t Cou..cl1 i.about;1 1a 1fl I j I I.Qt';' dt:poUjM 'uid monarchy. there caverd- The amendment was agreed to. J.Il.'flES MWAO&.I Pensacola, March 27th 18: ?,t.is .

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: ..- I I -,_ ___ ._ :Ill order to.l render the .A Y. Afir- THE VXDERS1G'ED) iobn Garzicr, / Alexander'Love, aUomfy? |.;_
;"' F.i TH* PKNSACOWL Gttxfrt.Huckiclieat ror & Lad; $ itcTaTY Ga:. more ,:lir BxaAi.r or T9& vs. fie fa.W. fact of Elizabeth Eri7zacJumm

.; Pancakes. American Bible L. Brown jBY Dran and all others
Society ,
uii'd l
intercsing worthy the
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generous virtue of this execution 1 shall pro concrra;
CANTO SECOND. which it receives e:.nestly rc- ed :-YQH wi"11lrate to
r' patronage I RESPECTFULLY" ceed to sell for cubh on Tuesday the 3d,
I In tlii* 'anto the Rani growcth loquacious and to call into exercise the litera.. his office of all day August 'next at 11 o'clock A, M, Take Notice-

: on various ,kinds of Ciike ; 1' \'et11 oldKrnuckya talent of our native writers the ,the Blnt. S and NEW TESTAMENTS, at'the court house in Pensacola, the following .
broad hint, respecting her rug ry belonging this institution, which are not described real: estate, viz. SmilAT 1 have this day filed in the clerk
banks; twittrth Ohio, about bad bre..d ; publisher offers to them the fol- ,approved of by the Kev. Mr. Maenhaut, One half lot in the city of Pensacolaj *f& office of the Superior Court of the

l displaycth remarkable knowledge in owing inducem nts: andwliich, in consequence thereof may situated an Cuna street, No. 95 formerly District of West Florida, a petit Vu and

cookery, and' f.l1et.h in Love. ; 1st. The first volume of the ,I haye become useless to the holders- this the property of Dominquez and by him exhibits pra.inb the foreclosure of a inertjfajjc -

I ( Mirror bound and request is made with the same benevolent conveyed to this defendant, together with executed; : to me on the, sixteenth
In that famed .hind, xrhcrc Industry stllVhert handsomely a motive that prompted the donation o all the*buildings and improvements there* of June-, 1821 by Alexander: Love, to
'. glows, subscription of the future numb !j. these sacred books, and it is sincerely ho- secure the payment of a sum of

\ apples ripen, and the pumpkin J's, lor the best written Essay, in .I ped that due respect will be paid to it. on, consistingofONE DWELLING HOUSE-; due to me originally by Elizabeth money Brin.

grows, I proton! any subject, politics and W_ Davison. I at present unoccupied ; all Ion, upon a tract cf eight ,lluhdrvil ar- I
Where wick Witches used to lung aud religion cxccptcd. April 3-3t.K of'which said I'fopertyviII pens ofland, with a SAW mill and the awpurtenanccs

drown ; be sold to satisfy the afore- and improvements th'crcor.situated -
Rye cakes: I've ate with f\ccs droll and 2d. The first volume of the Mirror tail1""'u' ipig a and cost. The propertycan in F.scambi county, on the waters

brown.Connecticut. and a fire subscription for five I A is. said be xecution viewed at any time en apphca.W. of the PerJiilo: and known by thd

ru1mirt'l"le! Fh*pack| most; years, for the best American Tale, ; T Soussigne, agissant.au nom dela so- name of Love's Mill-and one hilfof LetNo.

Oft in the pan l'\c seen them nimbly not exceeding in length, two. pages .!L4 c-tte': Americaine de la Bible, prie to W. DAVISON. .C, in the city of l'eni.\cuh : returnable
ttss'd.Virginia et avec to the May Tcnn of said court 1824-._
respectueusemcnt Sheriff Us.
of this empresscment County, :
work.
Hoecakrs charm the Tuck-a-hoes; I flue t0tes les Bibles, tOUt les Nouveaux which I ,hHll by my conniel move 'said I
Transparent Fritters Carolina dhows. 3d. The first volume of the MirrOr Testaments appartenarit & cette Soclctc, Sheriff Office- court'for a judgment; for the amount of

In Nickerbocker's land, of antique fame, & a free subset iption for three et qui n'nyant pas etc approuve"s par lcHtv. p March&" cola 11, 1824. said debt and costs, aUld a judgment bar;,
". The Cronices expel each Imd name. Monsieur Maenhaut sont dwcnus' ring and foreclosing the equity ofreile .-
for the. best written biography p.tipu
In famed Kentuck coru-cakc the stomach years -. i inutile aux personnes au queUes ils out 1-mts, of said,Lo\"c, and ail clain.inj under'him.

fills I of any American character, iii distrlbu,soieiit rappprtcs au bureaudu The Subscriber .
p And there they're nicely baked tpon male or female.) I dit Soussigne. Le motif de benignit I December 15th, 182.1.Thomas .

Jank.bls. I if 4th. The fit st volume of the Mirror ', qui inspira la distribution de ces li\Tcs sa- has received per late arrivals English,
cit'Lcc: in Ohio, which there's much parade cres, est aussi ceJui qui excite i les rede-
i
of and a free subscription fur two tKefollowing GOODS, By ins att'y JOb. \1. WHITE.
mander en ce moment, et on espere que i Dec.20-4m. S.
Twculd i plrgtje the deuce to tell what years, for the best written pastoral .C tte dcmande obtiendra U considerationqu'jelle Which lie will sell Low for -

tl I,e> :.Lor\. uaile 0 f. I v Ode or Song, not exceeding sixty me rite. CASH or COTTON.Groceries. Foreclosure of 1ortgllg .

Fl- n \ nave ?.en, Onclda's decent pride, lines. W. Davison. Mr. John Innerariltjj attorney in
Tli..t :', *)t UA iikc 'aiiow on lofty C'utskili's ... i
the heirs
To be. addre.sseilpost paid) to fact of of Vincents Or
.tk of letters in the .
-' the publisher: of the New York lIST remaining os I dosffoitte, deceased Marcos Tio
;
M.e; wIth sweel. milk,with luscious eggs at Pensacola,31st March 1824! ,
picp.md, Mirror, No 23 Liberty" ,strcct, before which,if not taken out within three mouths; t and all others concerncd,you stlil .

And dropped by spoon-fulls into boilingLrd the 1st day of May next, accompanied will be forwarded to tHe General Post Of. S(IIBushels corfse salt; please 10'I'ake

; by the wl' itr's name, fice as dead Letters. 500 Bushels ground allum do ; in sacks; Notice.

; The bodinglard quick wallops them in a separate staled: paper, which A. -Thomas Allan Joshua Armstrong.B. 47 Bbls. Whiskey ; ,
about .-Major W. Bradford Charles Beeler flour I have this day
; 30 Do. superfine Philad. ; SHplIAT filed In the
will unless he
be I
1'I.iltndin)' anputtcring! drop leaps head not opened, Thomas M. Bush, Edwd. Byrne Senr. 20 1>0. Nos. 1 and 2 mackerel;
lon'out: proves to be the successful candi S C.-Col,'Clinch, James Col ille, Sextus : 15 Do. mess pork ; West Florida, a petition with K nOte

,. l\ric tncy're: encrusted with a coat of Camp, Alexander Coulter, William Cumrnins 15 Do. cider ; and mortgage executed to me by order

br ..n date.The mct.it.of. the pieces to b&decid Edward Campbell 2. 20 Do. molasses ; of the Spanish Tribunal, as executor of
The mad: appears and lades them gently E.-Ede Van Evour. 60 Do. potatoes; Marcos Hers; deceased, by John Innerari- I

down : /d by the following literary gen- F.Captain :Winslow Foster, James D. 10 Qr. casks wine assorted\ ty attorney in fact Yincc'nte Ordosgoittp,

E'en "now I sec them stroking- on the I'emen! of this city.-Rev. Hooper Falls, Ebenezer Forrard.i 15 Bags coflee ; on the fifteenth of May, eighteen hundred

plr.te, Gumming, Johnstoni Verplanck, i G.-Benjamin Gilbert; John C. Gooluck 5 Do; pepper{ ; and twenty, to secure the payment of the

And Dick and Ellen I'.ck: their lips elate. Joseph D. Fay, William Sampson I. 2, Lieut. Hallcr Gwynn,Mr. Griffith, Tho 5 Do. alspice ; : sum of six hundred and sixty dollars, upona
S Oft have 1 Sat reclined social case, \V. H. Maxwell. Gesner, Jno. & Lloyd Gordon, Jenkins 15 Kegs manufactured tobacco ; i house and lot in iatcndciicia street in
,
And looked, and loved, and ute such cakesas I Gladden. 100 Do. cracker; the city: of Pensacol, known as lot No,
the e. Editors throughout the U. States, i H.-Francis Hutson, James C. Harvey, 30 Do. butter ; 272, situated between the lot of Dn. Ma-

Lnd of Canto second. friendly to the promotion of American I Jumes Harris, Madam Hogg, W. II. Hunt, 20 Do. lard ; nuel Garcia and Anna M'Voy ; returnable

-. .. Literature, will please to 'Joseph "'.Hall, Air. Hunter. 30 Do. Dupont's powder to the May Term of said court, raving1

rfhe '\. \\1 .;\ (j give the above one or more insertions. K.-Henry King1. 40 Bags shot assorted ; for a judgement for the debt aforesaid i a.ut
Lieut.Wilham Lear Moses Levy. 4 Boxes bur lead ; COlts, and judgment barring and foreclosing
versatile origiuuliiy I vf f tliarsctcr U.-Ezra Stiles Meigs, Edgar Macon, 10 Do. mould candles ; the equity of redemption in incf

for which the! lower ordei Monsieur Maily, Alexander Mims, Francisco 5 Do. sperm do; heirs or legal representatives of the said
Nitre hail Gun Powder. Moreno, PeterMenard, Charles Mifflin, 40 Do. soap ; Vincente Ordosgoitte and all claiming for
of the Irish remarkable
people are so James Mc'Kenna, P. McNcill, Wm. H. Mc- 5 Do. chocolate ; or under them. !
has been oft noticed in En- 1 (HE Subscriber, agent for the proprjeI -
:n
torswill be constantly supplied! Curdy, Nancy McMillan,James Murray. 20 Do. raisins ; Juan Malagosa
,
,f,,... ;tnd, as well as on the continent; with all descriptors ; the quality or this P.-Lieut. John Pickell, Vincent Pin 5 Bbls. loaf:,sugar ; By his att'y JOS. WHITE..

",:flnj it seems agreed that they possess powder] is well known, it is warranted equal .tado, Francisco Palmes. 5 Do. race and ground ginger; Pensacola, Dec. 27,1323-imo.
clearer perceptions, and more if not superior to made in theUnited R.-Majoi Jonathan Robinson, David 2 libels.copperas; --
any Rowland-Richards Robinson By Win. P. jDuvul Governor, of the Territory .
,George 1Q Crates crockery
intellect than be found in' Stalesandfar above Lo:.cton Tow. ; .
arc to I Daniel Le Roy & Co.,Edwd. B. Randolph 10 Chests teas assorted; ofFlorida.PROCLAMATION..
er Proof. Country dealers and retailers
the same class, in any other country will be S.=Nuthan Shackleford, 3, Reuben Stevenson 5 Hhds. stone jars; .
supplied on advantageous terms.
in Europe. Many anecdotes, Jesse Stroud, Thomas Swett, Whereas in pursuance ot an act of the
illustrative of this character, may Fi fi. Misbet.Au T.-George Tui tal, ivlijah Thompson. 'Hardware. Legislative Council of the Territory of
Florida, approved the 24th day of June
I *. 2 U.-Major WiHiam Underwood. I
be relate. The following, ludicrous I W.-Peter Walien John B. Wright, 1823. Commissioners were appointed, to
as may appear, is a real tact: I tf.NOTICE. John White, William Whorley, Doctor 25 Kegs nails and spikes ; select the most eligible and convenient

a poor Irishman, unable to obtain White. 2 Tons iron ; 1 cask trace chains; situation for the seat of government of the
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2 Do. castings/ Territory Florida, and the said Con
work, attached himself, for a RESOLUTION! of the Board of Aldermen i'-J. Y ancev. 500, Cwt. 'steel ; .. missionurs have reported to that
A me they
mere:miserable subsistance only to of this : t Collector, Key West.
cty, amending the 1 Box mill saws ; have selected a wite in the County of
an Enjjlirh strolling company of 10th section of the nrdi'.iance of the 16th Robert Mitchell, 1 ])0. cross.cut do; Gadsdcn, situated about a mile southwest

players, with whom he playedmany October last, having made it the duty of Pott Afauer.March 100 Doz. files assorted ; from the old deserted fields of Tails
of bills the Constables; to visit aiu! examine everY 31st 1824.--St.MAIL I 100 Do. knives and forks | hasse, abuut a half mile south oftheOko
4 parts-sticker bag'ga : lot within the limits cfthe the .
Cityf'or purpose I 50 Do. pocket do ; lock-o-ny and Tallahasse trail, at a point
5, :
-d"awel', scene-shifter, See.Arriving .- of promoting cleanliness, they wereso ARRANGEMENT. I with a great variety of HARDWARE where the old Spanish road .is intersected

at the town of Taunton, i ordered to proceed. The Mayor, however : consisting ofnob,dead, stock,closet, desk: by a small trail running southwardly." In

as soon as the ncectssary disposi : conceiving the object one of great on Thursday at 10 A. M. till, trunk and pad locks ; razors ; scissors; the exercise of the discretion in ire vested
DUE
lions were made for opening their1'beatre' importance for the welfare of the coffinuinity .el on Friday at 1 P. M. i spigots; hammers;drawknives; shovels and by the said act and for the information of

PalV ts dispatched to accompanied the constable in tS( Robert Mitchell I spades; frying pans; wagon boxes &c. &c. the good people of this Territory I have
performance of that duty, an.i asrertuiacdthut : 2 Boxes cotton and wool cards ; thought proper to.issue this myTroclama-
post the bills, and announce the the proper measures had been attended Put Matter. 1 Do. combs ; 1 do. fowling pieces, tion, requiring the members of the Legislative : .
he did in the to, in two three onv! April 3d, 1624-?t .
In'rformance-which except or places ----- ,,. .--.- 20 Doz. hats ; Council of the Territor/ofFloriiia-
streets and market-place, in a io regard to which, orders were issut-d IncnmpihMicc .O 1.\J 500 Pair men's shoes and brogans; to assemble at the scite above described,

S strong onot'oUi'oice.. 'Well with the above mentioned or- S 5 Doz sieves ; S on the day appointed by law for the next
dillwe. This lj therefore to Weather Permitting 30 Coils cordage session thereof.
.. dt'w, Paddy! w$} donol! exclaimed : ; .
20 Do. bale
the mob. Pat was heard will GIVE NOTICE 1 SHALL iU >'P A rope ; Given under my hand and the:
40 white lead
II Kegs ; seal of the said Territory at
attention, and every thing wcnt on to 'nh.ubitanls! of Pensacola, that the Regular Safe zluction, 10 Do. verdigrease ; Pensacola, this 4th day of

well \HI$: a" snlucky wij>ht ciied (.on.-.tibits will renew the visit every tw> ON the ThurscUy very week, for 2 Casks lamp oil ; March, in the year of our Lord

out. !Jti ,-y Xo-bhiiil! which! was at weeks, uiul at the same time to requlieevery : all kinds of merchandise and furniture S 2 Do. paint do ; one thousand eight hundred

ona t .' ocil bv an hundred voices. good citizen iiuliviilually, not to neglect at m y Auction R-om corner of Pal a- 2 Do. spirits turpentine; and twenty four and of the
iiiipart to the public authorities fox and Baylen btivets 1 Do. lamp black; Independence of the Unite4
j Poor P..I, b.-came ilnit his honor S
; any and every information which may HENUY MICHEL, ALSO, States of America the forty
5 0 "Was_ deeply: wounded,_ he retired come to their knuwle>li'f with. resnect. to Pensacola, March lith? 165:4-2-tf t 10 Packages DRY GOODS; eigh the
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quite ih'pivsseu, to 'HE: quarterspur&ueu I the object; ; cleanliness 4J inge'ieral|, as one ':,'IlL.'" 0 t I':t, .. And & lr.r6e assortment of FAMILY MEDICINES WILLIAM Pt DUYAL.By .
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by the rabble, vociferating of the most important sources of our expected of the first quality. the Governor.
The School in this!
Sunday Place will
; Paddy o-shirt." Pat was prokp'jrity, and the most sure mode N.H.ALLEN.Feb. Geo. WALTOJT,
be continued
usual the
:i of[rvM.rviig-. health and ctisteoce of as &t courthouse 2tf.THE Sec'ry Florida.
known to possess a kind and warm their families and friends. c"ery Sunday morning to commence at 9, --- -J.fl..h---.. 11...._--t. t S
heart, and was :1. fa'oJ'iteVjth. the? o'clock A. M. A sermon ,vill al.o be read SUBSCRIBE _
1S
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ill P. Alba
company, thfAY .u'ied to console I every Sunday evening when there is n& BY THK MAYOR
Propose to publish in the town Cluibontf
of
JMayor.Mayor's preaching half past 3. o'clock.
I t him. One asked why he did not repel Office, Pensacola, > Benj. Wyman, r JllabamJ a meekly paper uncle the aIn ?ro \am\\tlon.

the insultsof mob. 4Iiy my 3d April, 1824.-tf.J I Sec)'/S. S. S. tile of the complyance with the 3d section of

S soul.' said Pat, niy tongue could March 19th. 182, CLAIBORNE GAZETTE.IT the ordinance of the 16th of November

nut peak, because what they said Com.'ixoLier: Rice, > I: will be the object of the editor to 1822 which is as follows ; that'from and

Tras true, this two months I have Pen '.cola, April 1st 1624. J SHERIFF'S J SUE.FiLppe the Gazette a useful as well as ufter the 1st day of January next, every
LL persons h .ving- claims and title privy within the city sbail be of the
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an interesting journal To the
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had but half shirt and it is promote
a now wJbt to land within \\ est Florida are I .p Pr.eto; Ex. &C.) great and leading interests of our common .depth of not less than.three feet, and

in rags. Before, night, however, JI ;REBY.VO'l'lF1ED. vs. pfi. fa. couutry, her agriculture, her manufactures .' the proprietor of every lot,.on whicU
honest Pat, to his great joyr foundS J. M. De Losada.BY ) and her commerce shall best e. there shall be a privy of a smaller depth
that the session of the Board of Commissioners as
himself master of six good shirts, has been extended until the first virtue of ibis! execution, I shall pro- subserve the interests of ail, without creat- ". bhall forfeit and pay a sum not cicecdJng -
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ceed to sell for cash on Tuesday, the 3d & g5 and the Mayor is hereby author
each of the actors having ing monopolies for either: To cherish the ;
presented day January next, and that so much of
: day of A'lgostnext at 11 o'clock A. M. increasing spirit for improvement which I" i ised, fiom and after the day aforesaid,
the law heretofore for filing
S him with one. When the :i.s provided the
period at the Court-house in Pensacola the following now pervades the nation : *' to cause such privy to be cleaned out,
,-nore especiallywhat
I claims, prior to the 1st of December
of the next performance day "
S art described real estate viz. relates : and deepened, at the of such
to our own growing state, in expense
S S 'rivc'dt Pat sallied forth, in high time extended, 1823,has to the been first,repealed of, and the! One lot in the city of'Pensicola, situated the rendering more beneficial the great proprietor: ,and award a warrant or exe,

S S f spirits, to proclaim it as usual; he 1324. All claims not day filed before September that- on Pensacola Bay No. 10. And bounded advantage, in respect to internal navigation cution against him for the costs thereof
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east by Madam :Suarcz: west by liattazar after notice, in No
and intercourse between asumrnarymanuer.
S ,h was hailed with cries of 'Padel"Noshh.t. time, shall be held and deemed void and different ,
.' Arrived in the marketplace of none effect. The office will be Centeuu, north (by Sarrag-osa street parts of the state, which a kind. providence privy, from and" fter'lb1st day of
openon ,
8J feet *
trcinting-.thebay by 190 deep haslxstowedonhercitizeo.. These January next, shall be permitted to
S he stood erect, and surveying Monday be next ;claimants are requestedto Said lot has becA.levled upon,and will be objects and every thing allied thereto will overflow, or to be otherwise in an un-
in their attention .the
S the crowd with a fierce, indignant examination punctual of their claims, as the, .to commissioners sold to satisfy the aforesaid execution and find tn the Gazette a steady advocate. cleanly or offensive condition ; and the-

S .. eye, he stripped himself are determined to take them cost. Nothing of a personal: na- ure will find tenant, if there be one, or otherwise the
W- DAVISON, admittance in the columns of the Gazette 16 proprietor of such privy, shall forfeit
and comtt'wf!* down his shirts, (all I up in the order: in which they are arranged ;
Sheriff Es. '' and
the County 'while a temperate, candid and liberal discussion payfor every such offence, a suta
of which he had on) one, two, three I by Secretary. Sheriff' Office, "Qot
SAMUEL K. OVEttTON of questions general interest, exceeding &>> and if such tenant
&c. in a voice of thunder, he advanced JOSEPH M. WHITE ,1.5omm'su. Pensacola March 11, 1824, < will, ajway be e.icouaged. or proprietor do not cleanse the same

# ready for action : Now, M. HUSTEB, Secretary, ; March 13-lamts. COWDITIOXSThe Claiborne Gazette .' within a reasonable time, to be judged

\ yourcycS, 111 1 Srfht the best l.AltLErlXD l.l\. will be published once a week on superroyal .' of by the Major after notiee given te*

,' 'i. coontf .' His look, paper, at$ 4 per&Ul\WD. payable in tht effect by an officer of police, the
::.. mm in your ) NT1.CE. Has just received fro** Mob.ilejicr advance Mayor may cause(the same to be done
h.P".... !.."rl.... ,..i4ftltiiri comnlr.telv aw- .< the ,
a'tiI v --------- -----1--------- Advertisements not exceeding a squarewill at expense aa aforesaid to be levied
!! :; ed| the mob. Paddy No-shirt,' 4l1E firm of Nicholas StTunstall, was loop Actrcts, I be inserted at the rate of one dollar I' as aforesaid" It is recommended to

4 ; ana Paddy with six shirts, appeared dissolved in June 1822 and the finn f... P. Madeira for the first, and fifty cents for every sub every proprietor and to- every tenant off
of C. Nicholas & dissolved
S j Co. was in Vidonia. Do; } sequent insertion.If any house within the limits of tins
The
market Wines. corpo-
beings.
ilitTt-reiit March 1823, leaving Nicholas,solely interested -
\ Old-flock Do. tkemselvea
I sufficient is received ration to avail of this mOlt
; cheered him, and he leturn- in, and responsible! for bojth nVms. encouragement ,
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:, peojiic Rucelas, Do. the first number v.U be issued on the 20th proper season to attend strictly to the provisions -
; (! S ed in triumph tu his lodging. Who Hobert MitchcflEsq. P. M. of Pensacp.la Blue and white plains, of April, 1824. here above mentioned, for fear

J J but an Irishman, observed a gentle. is.fully empowered>> to adjust and discharge Osnaburga Chrisfopher Dameron. that, by neglecting same we should
all claims within West Florida
could have ,a- Bornbazetts attract or encrease, and deserve evenU
at the time performed
: *un piinst the firms above named, or againstC. Uomestics.Callieoea. t Mobile, March 21. similar -
** those which befell us during1the
,I such singular part I Nicholas! individually, and to account :: c' Subscriptions received at this office summer of 1822,
I anti receipt for him in all his various relation -
Cords the said
I THE szui-; .constables shall carry the
I r S An Italian was accused of marry- atPenstcoiat. i Vehets, provisions into effect; they: :.shall report

t' ir{': five wives, when being carried S October 25,'1823-31- Blankets, S WILL promptly and accurately .exe any and, every infraction\thereof to thee

before a judge, who asked' why% PI.'tiN {J' Steel, .' any writing which may be committed Mayor,for the remedy and the fine to b4
I r he Crockery Ware to him; be will*also draw deeds, enforced.
-S be married 50 many, answer Executed with neatness and Gun powder, bills of sale, &c. in thejmo&t appropriateforms Given in the Mayor's Office .

4iS led, 'tl1 older to meet with good London porter, f axle low for cash,. !,and on the most reasonable terms ; at Pcnwcok this 28th Feb. 1824NP

i It OISC,Jr PQUu1KL2" despatch atthid Oj1. e. March.8-tl, and solicits the .;lc f'his friends ..AJLBA, fAyW.. ,

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