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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 17, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ETlftY SATCKDAT.HASELL him a she ''thus' :: /
prJIJ':1nED: suppose malihy.rnan, ?Staydonot go ; .for-.slj /gebrif a sen ibl e.manwhohadbeen, '"and had discovered Orr
HUNT had, little doubt jthat he was above i ithe turned to make a way n.jling -
BYT.. her. escape-"stay /'sum \ tied!rom Marchthorn in the i his '
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economy, 'much
rank of her lodgers in general. *? company .. .
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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. i ; must go, .coupe of them ght. The nl'dicalp1an.shook ,and madedishes, by.
The.history of this personage, at I i iwhichwe she'replied, I callrt 1 1I acting-
must go.I his
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publh.herofthe Laws of the United StateS ; rushed to [ perpetual president of 'the UfSett'hote .
in the !
last "
get volume, i eo-Hannah Irwin is before and
and of the Territory Florida, gone the bedside, was convinced byji:f \ at the Well. Here he usedto ,
". I fully justifies his hostess's sup poStlPU. : to tell all, and I must follow. Will!|t his.tjwn eyes that. the being, whose!I r amuse the
society
ad-at' j; Heiis(:; the eldest sou of anEarl j you i not let me go ?-Nay, if you 'sorrows -he had both caused and.[I :stories about Ga'rricki by 'telling

Dollar for every twelve lines or under for, of lath rinbgton, by a beautiful I I I! will hold me by .force, 1 know I :!,shared, was now insensible to all J:: Bonneh Thornton and Lord Foote. ,

ijic first insertion-each Cents. subsequent inscr- foreign lad I } whom he married during !,!: must sit down-but you will note !j earthly calamity. He raised al and .' bt.llie l.
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in
*on F'fty : his travels 1 one the 'continent :!: able .fol' j t opinions
I to keep me, all that. A most a shriek of despair, as he matters of
I taste and Au
and afterwa ds abandoned for au-I convulsive fit followed, and s'eem-I)i threw himself on the pjile hand of II excellent vetue.
carver he knt '
nion of iris est with Miss Bulmer, ed, by its violence, to explain that the corpse, wet it :with tears, devoured help: each guest ,to what y.\vas\io\v to
the heircss/lo/ a large fortune. A she was indeed bound for the last I it with kisses, and 1 precisely
his
playedforshort due and
I
son,Valentine, by this second marriage and darksome, journey. The old time ; never failed to
the of
part a distracted -
reserve slice tl!. ,
as
succeeds proper( .t' ,reward
at the father's' landlady was compelled "to exchange person. At length, on theveoeated .of Ms own labours To _
death to the titles and. estates, on one scene .ocatr: ,ow for another : on-
4BY the: of the illegitimacy within expostulation of all present elude, he was possessed cf some.Aasu
ground wondering herself ne. snnvr"u 1.1" "
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IQ te alaiconductl'd .: : intha'. 6 u i? "uci- '.-t... tr'Irt ;n j
his half brother Francis with what fatality could have marked ,
, to another apartment panning and. .a.uic, although it f
A horn, however, he had been rear this single night with so much mi the surgeon following, anxious to was rather of the technical kind, ".< .,

AUTHORITY. ed and educated. During this period sery. When she arrived at home, give such sad consolation as the than that which wa.rmsthe** heart :
AN ACT to revive and continue in forcean I II
in order to prejudice and ruin what was herastonishment to find case admitted of. "As ( :
act, entitled* An act fixing .the*. ,I you are so and elevates the redn! ,s. There
) compen&ations.of the Secretary of the his senior, to whom the Earl appeared there the daughter of the house, deeply concerned for the untimely was, indeed about Mr. \\ n-a'-

Senate aitd Clerk of the House of Re- anxious to do Justice, the .. which, even in their alienation, she fate of this young lady," he said, Blossom, nothing that was either :..

, picscntatives, of the Clerks employed" intriguing Valentine earnestly promoted had never ceased to love, in a state it may be. some satisfaction to warm elevated. lie was shre\vd

.... in their offices, and of the the Senate Librarian.andlouse a love affair between him & ..lia1e-short of distraction, and at- you though a melancholy one, to selfish, and scnsud ; the hst oi,

c lit enacted hy the (,garYA1 ow1 era} the heroine Sc sister :: cndcd hy Tyrrel, whose state of know, that it has been occasionedby which qualities he'screened fl'Ulnohscrv.tiotl
" / of Representatives of '
to the last Mowltray of St. Ronan. : mind seemed scarce more composed a pressure on the brain, probably under
. United Mate of America in Congr'dit a specious vuriiish .
t.. assembled That an act, And here the story is rather commonplace than that of the unhappy pati- accompanied hy a. suffusion ; of exterior complaisance.Therefore .
: and improbable, for we : ent. The oddities of Mrs. Dods and I feel authorized 'Thf staling,

) passed the eighteenth of April. farther learn, that while busied in I, were merely the" rust which had accumulated from the symptoms, that if life had in his professed and
1 cut thousand eight! hundred and apparent anxiety to do the honoursof -
pressing forward a secret match, upon her character, but )een spared, reason would, in ail
, eighteen, entitled j An ;ll'f fixingtut the table, to the.nHJ t punctilious : -
which he hopes will-incense his father : without impairing its'native probability never have returned.,

.. compensations of the Secretary beyond forgiveness i with Fran- I strength and energy; and her symjathies In[ such case sir, the most affectionate point of good breeding, he
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of the Senate and Clerk! of the never .
permitted the attendants
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." cis, Valentine discovers that a were not>f a kind acute relation must own, that upon
t House of Represenlalivj-s, of fife grand-uncle had bequeathed an enough to disable her from thinknt death in comparison to life, is a the public taste to supply the!
" Ck'rks employed in their offices wants of others until all his
immense fortune to the of the and cir- own
sun : ? acting as decisively as mercy.--"Mercy"?: -l'-
J awl of! the Librarian be and the .
pri\ ate comforts had been lull '
i. Earl of Etherington, on the condi- ; cu, ?stances required. Mr. Tyr- rei," but why then'is it denied to ) arranged
.. same-is, !hereby continui! declared; to be re- tion of his marrying into the house : rei,*' she said this 'is fiat sight me ? I know-I know. My life and provided for/' "
,'h' d, and d in force, until
the first of of St Ronan ; and he 'accordingly for men folk-ye maun rise and is spared till I revenge her." He But we must cOl1rludr.Ttie

bandied day and January, eighteen conspires 1 to, supplant his brother, gang to another room." h I willnot I Parted from his seaji and rushed ]publication of this Novt'l"1uUJ been

, twenty-six. and secure the property to himself.To stir from her," said Tyrrel I eagerly down stairs. But, as he so strangely misconducted, that

n. CL n\; accomplish this, he personates tb I will not remove from her 'either i was about to rush from the door of while it is being read at Edin
.. of the House of .
Speaker n. TOMJ'XM Representatives.1MJT1EL S, ,, him at the old kirk, where }the ceremony now or as long as she or I the inn, he was stopped by Touchwood burhrhand even DuMin, (whence a

.. Vice Nres-dent of the United States, was arranged take place I may live."-" '!"hat will be nae I who had just alighted from copy might have got lo town by -

, and President of the Senate. near nightfall ; and hurrying the [ long spa'ce, Master Tyrrel-if };e his carriage, with an air of stern yesterday morning,) it has not yet :

.f. Washington, Feb. 20, 1824-Approved: deceived bride into a carriage, I winna'be ruled by common sense." anxiety imprinted on his features, i found its way to London from .

.-- 1>11I-.I 411L'S- 'tlO 7"-.YJlUE.x. ---._ took the! road to England But he Fyrrel started up, as if half comprehending very different from their usual ex-' Scotland. The only liti-ear) notice

.J.. .i1ISChl.-L.1.l"Y.-- is intercepted by Francis, ''thrownunder what' she said, but )iession.u Whither would ye ? of:it has appeared in the Leeds In.

.. --- -- the horse's feet and almost remained motionless} .*--"' Come, Whither would ye ?"-he said, telligc\ceri wl csc observant. Ediu-r

- From the London Literary Gazette. killed ; being only spared by his come," said the compassionate la) lug hold of Tyrrel, and stopping I has arrested a ir ,o.l 1 la'IMV of fe

rf St. 1ouatl'sVell.. wronged and indinantbrntber, on landlady ; *k do not be looking on a him by force ; For revengefor Well as bubbled upwaids towards .':

Jay the Author of ITavcrley &c.2 volt.Peveril a pledge that he will never' see sight sair enough:: to-break harder revenge !1" said Tyrrel, us, as if anti. i rating tne weather -
- of the Peak,-k4 thrice to Clara attain or visit the hbor- heart than hinny 'Give I : I which hus
.. nrH; yours -your ane way charge you on your pn"'t l1'e.d the ;U'-
.. thine;" Quentin Dul".ard.thric0 hood where she ]ived.V hen he sense tells ye, ye canna stay here. peril !I" "k Vengeance belongs to rival of the copies destined for the

t thine ;" and St. Ronan's \Vell succeeds to his father's honors and -Miss Clara shall beV 1l Cared God," replied the old man, u and metropolis. t' art nuii-bieu lo this,

1 thrr e again to makeup nine" volumes property he forgets this I pledgeand for, and I'll bring word to ,.your his, bolt has already) fallen -Thisvravithjs genlieman fur our ability to say ,
1 from the same hand, winch it is to coumv-Roe KVrn' that door frae half
room hour to half i
Lwcontinued, : draireing even the little. Wth \'e said ; and
1f we have had to notice within the Francis is introduced asve have hour how she is.' -rut necessity fyrrel into thehoust".'-; tnU:5'[ t1Un." -: ..Tr----.J--:. .h, ;..

- year seen, armed with evidence whichhe of the case was undeniable, and Know he said so, soon. as he zeal both as a public caterer. and a

, The present is a sad tale, carriedon has Collected abroad, to prove I Tvrrcl suffered himself lobe led to had led or forced him into a chamber piivate friend *.$&;& .
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- E in evil, and ending in;distress t his legitimacy und establish his I: another apartment )l"3.'inglliss.. that Mowbray, of St. Ro' It -IS a curiosity of' 'f literature pj ...v -. .that..

,- and dl'ath.-The main plot and incidents -I'claim to the earldom and estates. : Mowbray to the' care of the hostess nan's has met Bulmer within this 1..
a German tansltion. '
!. are as little novel as in any At the New Inn, the Fox, which and her female assistants He half hour, and has killed him on this fixeudo Novel e .,
i reached London beforo
"
t of the author's works simila-r. rivalled counted the hours in less the '
; has so successfully the an agony, spot. Killed whom ? answered the
original', It is entitled "Walt.ladmor ,
V matters having served more than hostelry Mrs. Dods, are assembled.a i by the watch, than by the visits the bewildered Tyrrel. :," arid published :!

t one writer of fiction, dramatic arid,* watering: place coterie, who I which Mrs. Dods, faithful to her Valentine Bulmer, the titular Berlin. The first by llerbij is ,

f narrative, for the frame, on which severally make up the other leading I promise[ made from interval;, interval Earl of Etherington.'i'o'u account of the explosion Chapter l and an -

30t to weave their tissues in times by- characters of the piece. Among to tell him that Clara was bring tidings of death to the house wreck of the Steam packet Zfc/ct/cn
,
.... gone.-II is therefore more to the 'i these, we find St. Ronan and not better-that she was worse- of death," answered Tyrrel ; and off Bristol ; and details, with some

ipirrt. with which the charactersare I his sister, upon whom Valentine and, at last, that she did not think there is nothing in this world left attempt at effect, the' struggles of

Jr drawn, than to the story, that i and his agents plr t, in order to defeat that she could live over morning.It that I should live for." two of the, passengerib; in endeavouring '. .. .

popularity cf St. Ronan's Well I the rights of'the real earl, and required all the deprecatory influence The, Touchwood mentioned in to ,save their lives oh the .

(whatever quantum it may atain) : anticipate! him by a clandestine nnion of the good landlady to restrain this extract is an active instrument same-cask !,- [The whole is uidce .

must be owing. with Clara. The conspiracyfails Tyrrel, who calm and coldon in preceding parts of the. the Tale of a Tub.] S
The scene is laid the South. : for ? St. occasions Novel and rather Hi.n- .
on though Ronan utterly common was proportionally an outre charac- ,,
ern holders of Scotland, where a I ruined hy them at play, endeavors fierce and impetuouswhen I ter. He is painted as an eccentricold i J .''. y ...

. medical. springand a picturesque to force hi'; sister into-the connection his passions were afloat, from i gentleman on the lookout for Let Injidila' rcatffihe Hiblc.oppose. hel

neighborhood 'have I led to the erection i she escapes from the tyranny bursting into the room, and ascertaining : an heir: _; and it is chiefly through j

of'a modern town near.an an- and in a bitter Novemberni 4 with his own eyes,the state his means that the base machinations -. ..' ., i:

f cient site, once adorned with the ht, finds refuge at the Manseor of the I beloved patient. At of Valentine are made to ,recoil Mr. Robert Aiikin, a booksillerof

r residence: of a pmveiful family of Minister's House the only a- length there was a long interval upon his own head, and terminate Philadelphia, ,\ja5 the first person

1I the Mo brays: of St. Ronan, now a borie above the rank of a hut, except an interval of hours: -so long indeed in his destruction. He has who printed;.a 13ible.yin, that ,JI>>i;

at lillle frequented Sin, kept by one I Mrs. Doll's, in the decayed that Tyrrel caught from it fixed on Francis Tyrrel to ,inherit city. He was a:.Scotch. Seeede.r. -

i Mistress Meg Dods. Of, this cold I villageof St. 'Ronan. Here she the agrf'catble hope that Clara slept, ,his vast fortune, but the latter and an- eminently .pl .U& ':',man.

a World 'landlady," the first chapter meets a female instrument and and that sleep might bring refreshment leaves t he country lafter the fatal While he kept ar; bopk,,-sjtoreV a

'.... draws a striking .picture, and she victim! of Valentine's l and also soon both to mind and bo loss of his Clara, gnaw thought 'to person called on him,-an
.. afterwards fi b ures'prominently on : after, a P: tltctic.scrne having ensued j dy. Mrs/Dods, he concluded, was have secluded himself' from the if he had PoinPi'.-Jigc '41'for Keato

'.. the can\';ss as a loud tongued I her own lover Francis at the I prevented from moving, forfearol world altogether'in..some religious sale He told him he, :had not | -

-, shrew, of a most uninviting person Inn, but too late-the catastrophe, I disturbing her 'patient's slumber; establishment.. ..' but having entered v into (cbnversa t

.r and countenance. '"!1'teHero!. her death, is at hand. He was at'' and, as actuated by the same.feeling But"the chi variety of this novelis lion with him, ,and'; ,'found he was ;

f or Francis Tyrrel, arrives at hd the moment deeply engaged in writing which he imputed to her, he its sketches of modern, manners an infidel,..he..,told him he-had: a

a door on (horse back, and becomes when something suddenly ceased to traverse his apartment, Most of the characters are. those better book than Paine'a Age or

f licr: guest. He was v/e are told a trleamed a large old fashioned as his agitation had hitherto dicta- of the present day ;.and the faun, j :: Reason, which he usually sold for ..

;well! made man, rather above than mirror which hung on \\ic\ wall "h'd. and throwing; himself into a gers at the:Fox might pass for a dollar. ,but would lend it to him.

0o !1.dertt c middle size: and apparently opposite. He looked! up, and saw chair, forbore to move even a finger those of Buxton, Leamington, or r if ho would promise to read it, '

oa betwixt five and twenty and the figure of Clara, holding a )light j and withheld his respiration Matlock. We have an old maiden i and after he; had actually read it,

t thirty years of age-for, although which she had taken from the as much as possible, just as,if he lady, Lad( !! Penelope Penfeather'; a i he did not,think 'it worth a dollar .

;a he might, at first glance, have passage) in her extended hand.-, had been sealed by the pillow of Blue nf the 'pretending' order,:anda i he, would \take it again:' Theniat; I" : ,. J

t passed for one who had attainedthe H>, stood for an instant with his the patient. 'Morning, .was. far:.advanced "wonderful patroness of' talent.J :consented. to jL; and Mrf;' Aitl>iu .. ii
e latter this fearful l shadow when Sir' Banks is of the i put a JlntoThis.hands., He. t I
i period, yet, on a nearer eyes fixed on his.latedladY.aPPeared Bingo ayo'tary,
examination, it seemed as if the ere he dared turn round on the sub in his room with a'grave _. and I turf,horse-* i.ngt hunting,drivings i smiled when hje found. what book

.-.. burning bun of a warmer .climate tat'cevhich was thus, reflected.When"'he" anxious countenance., ." Mr,' T yr., I and, all the other refined. accomplishments = : he had engage ;to:',read!but b<\said, ; i
s than Scotland and did .the fixed.and' tel she. "l Christian of his he would. .perfpnn 'tus .engageinent% .". IfI
perhapasomefatigue so_ ,. f pal: ,! .' saidj .'y.are a genius. Phyllis; I
both*:of body and -ipjnfl., 4io countenance' almost :Impressed' man." Hush, hush, forHeaven's that he is 'as .greatfr.brute as the ."He did so, andi heft, he l),acs'fig} 4 :) :: ..: !
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Cer natfimprinied: the rmarls> of ,care !'him with the: bcief1h) he saw a sake.!" 'he ,refjdiedyou: : cattle Ie; ride s",, TfiV! :Laird 'ofSt.Ronan :" ,Wish .d':the eruaalhe- 1Je. back .!t;. ; l

nod{of man, hood' upon his:i counit-,r vision: aud'. he shuddered' when* will' 'd'isiturb' M\ss 'Mowbray."r: --, .-' 'fs l also{ addicted", to these to, .Mr. AHkhfc"and exc. a sedgy:!ha ,:\

t ttabceVl1 p'liat abiding .'the coursi stooping beside, >him,. she took his Naething: will .dt turb; her:, puir, pursuits... ,and: .pleasure! s ..*hichre deepest) ; gratitude ?! !edpni. .. '
)- "i years. Ut's, yeH and,tee jh 'were jfond. > "..Com* ""al": .she '*said. thingansivcred'Mrs.. todfv"theyhave : : of .V;al(',n..dhe1'I mendalion.oi.the D0QK ujjai4'iHr do *>

.rL ') celltnt, and his* other, features in a hit .ried'v! -.lee-"Q:: mr.awa: ); mickle to answer f rf't tnrquRlit. and ',thetlm fanteQdapc bis.ow Ji. sI8ter. ")tins tvbat ,be.n.91> tfp r- :!faf ,
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lhouget f h v y cPul4l.; i v ,Bcai'ce',1.eMn- g jny b other follows'fo'KillufrCbme : hth...r, hertothiF/', They:have The:pther.
r ed handsome; expressed %ense$0jd. } TyVrcl( lctVus..}::fi f1 Y--. -\Vf indeeTd,. ,.:said;'Tyrrel,' striking .Jiiaforehead ;wIfe ofam a an= :in-_ 1t' ..a .S tour( :end 'tb. ..afpr

.a" tencs5- be bpre/jn hits... apectrM 1 ,shall, easily..eic: p'e.1Jitri'; ''Hannah g : *:.' "'and. I wilt. see her aofged. -tile ,sea:'diptBn,>aliwyerjodoctoria. : :''v tt ilk E.!' J r:.
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-I t"l t s;>. b4' '(jtnpos.t 'ie of manner: : ;.(feJ Trwirt! }isi>,i tvbeV6re--fbut if we _are on every one' 0(' )ithetnt-,1CaVi p gnVcious;:' :Hi g'hlaad'offiiccl'' : 'i-aseniimentalc4rymaftj ,in 'di a evillt.., 11(V. $dtUTcs'tioi '" .

.*J.y!! V9d.0f Awkwardness tid'' 'fejMion Wertikcri*:; 1 will Have. no, more 'I see her .?'' Better. not';" t. 11f1.acdghosceii fkirowip i )4l Regd .

a ,.winch is aid. tfirfpliatiiW.io fightitt"gr-yoUShaU;; :; prbmiaVme/We .better .ot/ :said: _the: good'" wottia, :nt;'' e*' 'fJhe'approp. ; i ta 'e.'name.Ass : 'tnt.1JIJ:; ( !i 4a ft. (

'markthci' g enilcman; ; abu. shall tiot-fwe'have; ,tfad. but 'ton'much but he, u .rrQq1' her, and rushed_ ,j.of..Wti,' tcr .. "iAi-.lh.... ":jaatj' a :' u.fM.ti isliCe t.' t"4tit t j 'I'; :, .
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.Jl bo Jgh.neither the plainness ofJJ of that--but'', 1rHtbti. wise .into,:the apartrtjeriUx! :**Is''lir-gone;?. pem< "the,.. ;t most.. .igihaJ,;an4diaWriki .- ; fr: :'i1\Jfsi! is tifIlM .
Wets, future.1 'Ciari r f owbrayl', 1 Is' ark extinct I" he,' ,1"O 1 *;: Hihe'6tiers1rfomtbe, :! lv'tlt a' bo 'del 1J \r '
"or-the total want? of the in : : :, ever Y s p \ e x*1 > "5"f \ "** i4"t ( : tlgi f : .
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t.itu.ai attendants exclaimedTyrrel!,a A1U1 is.H: 1 c'l' to': fe trY" our.I He hyed upon moderate ann; nit .oI allowed. Meg to ; Atla i .:,,- ',*., -' '- f: ,. _+ .t ; ,
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-lt\. -- Martin dreadfully hurt, since dta .. ':17,00oiaga.: In'thtearlf part oft i I" the victory on the plains of f 'New ing of the public cugg" .'

: FOfLElG '.'.. Pieces"{of thq, tioilefvoC 600 ,weight the week the request being very animated -:Orleans," and on his able ad_ ministratjon -, might be enUrcly-dUpftd l

:- -p ,R ., : ---... '-4 '" -L were. 'cjtrJiedao'.the5arslance? of six ,..the.:.prices,of'owedsadarced1.8p : .- j I f of the' civil l' zfl'airssof .\h e,. . tIwo'Gt.....Jfl
4'hondfca'torelown; : : ; -' "J lti.
4 Frac* he N.YoNUQnaLdfktc. : ,whole r Ib.. ';: but 'this', imbrovcment -: I governriientp The Governor: returned ---
i Very late rro'm.ED;; 8. 't: i housj4: :Nta't: c :otthehcsefi has I not;been.mairttain-: 'a suitable answer,'in;which, j' : p"\1 '

t ;4,11'' By the arrival!' qf the' ;B111kCO, w.tr ; 'contained ihe. Jboiler>re- ed' and 'wt>'c9nt ue forall'descrip'. among other. ingsJ he adverted'to There is no, easob1odbvbti(. ,
':' 1 'lumbia; Captain( ,Rogers! prdays mains! : and two/adjoining. Iufcis s tions 'ititaiLons ,of I last week. a question which. bash strongly all the proposed amendments
: ; from Liverpool, the Ed tor of the were iterally'dashed. fofpiecet by !The private sales consist of 514 agitated .the people of that commons the Constitution of the1.. it"
I'j National, ) Advocate has received the .plosi n. ; ..<*f.' .Sea' Island- at 12 to 18 1-2, with eahh for 'some>> time past. Slates now before the Senate 1
:f files to the 16th- of February.We A, Stockholm::particle, Dec., 30* 230 *stained at 8 3-4 to 11 1-2 ; From his observations we. copy the be postponed beyond the prcsJsession
feel"happy to state, .that :intelligence .say$ Mr., Von H6gardt,' having re- 8912, Bo wen's,.;7 3-8to '9 1-2 ; 1.127. following : the effect of which fe ?
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by this quick passage, tuedthEmbasy: ;to ConstanUrio'pic Or1eans,8 1-3 to 11'; U72 'Alabama You! have kindly mentionedwith thfr present, to reject them. I*
:..i warrants us in believing, that attempts except conditionally. J,'his _Majesty and Tennessee 3-8'to: 8- approbation' my communications I Those which have orgitiatc:.
.4 on the par! of Spain to has .appointed 'Cplf l Count to: the General assembly. the House of Representatives
conquer the colonies of South A; Cowenhjelm' to that.'post. -: I COMMERCIALS Allusion is presumed to He, madeto run 110 risk, in saying, vlll ifa"
m eric a, have been abandoned and Mr..I H ughes,. the:' m :ica1.! ,Eu..voy .-' The following order, issued 'bye that part of the message. eJi'eraed thee same fate; except that suet
the arrangements: will he made, to wio has 'latel). 'ret theffrotE h 'Port Captain,of the port of Ma- at,the opening oftlie present postponement, or failure to a_
.knowledge their independence Ste Peter.burgn, i. "going ,next tanzas, has been obligingly translated session ,S;in relation, to the* great. upon them,'does not, in that LCd
'thus confirming forever the freedom week to Copenhagen? 'PTie, ..l1a vi by a friend, for publication, and essential rights of ,the state," have, the effect virtually to rejtq)
of the American continent gation is still active, andth'e weather ,.' fromthe Gazeta del Gobierno de in which* the measures .yOu have them_ but allows them to be caid;
f from European control. very rni1d.e'l' Matanzas, forwarded, to us by the adopted, manifests\ decided. acoticurrence. up and acted. upon at the next set
The Morning Chronicle informs American Consular Agent: at Mi.anz submitted the subject 81.0n."
us, that Great Britain has made POSTSCRIPT. s. The Order is important, under the conviction 1 that it Indeed without, touching up ct
direct overtures to the Spanish go- Four days later from fiurofie we understand, to thcse who trade was my imperious duty to warn my any of the. amendments the C'otj
-- rermv.ent, to recognize the independence We are indebted to a passengerwho fo that Port.-.,\at. ,Int. country of all approaching dangers stitution, there is alTundant. tv
of the colonies, and in arrived last evening in the In coflsequeflce9f the determination especially of those which advanced dence that the Session will .1 be Stl
terms so strong and explicit and steam boat from Providence, for ) of his Excellency ,the Cap- with a silent tread, I did then ficiently protracted. The b'ill r
'Accompanied with such .unequivocal the Boston Daily Advertiser qf tain General of the Island, as pub- honestly believe andam now moreconfirm"cd a revision of the duties.ou; impurn
S assurances of opposition, that Tuesdalji; which (contains the arrival lished in the Diario of the government in that 'opijiion, that the ([tariff bill so calledtravels souljl!
: taking eU'ry thing into consideration of the ship Emerald, Cjfptain; of Havana, on the 23d of decision of the 'Supreme Federal through the House of Represem .
it seems the cabinet at Madrid Fox, in sixteen days from Liver,- December last, it is now made ,Court on our occupying claimantlaws lives, &: meets with many obstrnc.l
immediately acquiesced' and pool. By this arrival, London papers known tD the t-oiisigcees and captains as well as the late. decision of tions in its.course of preparation]
I .: the Duke of San Carlos I to th'e e.vei "fr-f \"* 16th, of vessels, proceeding from the Court Appeals of Kentucky for a discussion of its general prim:.|
dispatched K" L.i1I.I+! 2i, on u special mission, aut Liverpool to the 20th February any port of the Lv States whatever, are'erroneous in principle and not cipleswhich has as yej been only \h\
connected with this object. The are received, being four days that his Excellency has thought warranted by the letter of the Con- cide tdly debated.lithe bill pass:'
dir is cast. South America is free, I later*than received by the. Columbia proper to postpone, until the tenth stitution of the United States, and the House of Representatives' as!
and the British jul'nalsahe remind Captain Rogers. day of May next, the teim grantedfor acquiesced, in, will not only leadto it probably will-we donot'say ccrJthinly
thbse' republics how much The Paris Moniteur.of Feb. 16, presenting bills of health, which a consolidation of the Government -the Session::Vilj! hardly ter-l
they -owe I to England, and how announced officially that the King all such captains have to bring but,'sap the foundations of minate before the, first of June next I
strong should be their gratitude. of Spain, at the solicitation of : with, them, confirmed and signed ,civil liberty. Our government in Ibid.A ,
Be it !>o. France, had signed a decree granting by the Consul of his Majesty the its organization may be aptly: compared
4\ccountsfrom Madiii1says the a liberty of free trade with King of Spain, without which requisite to a large machine composed letter from Buenos Ayrcs, of
Liverpool Mercury, presents a. South-America to all nations, on paper, no vessel 'will he admitted of many parts,each operating the Tth, of January, states., that
dreadful picture of the situation of the fooling of an equality ( duties. into theie ports. This post- in its own sphere, but all tendingto General ALVERA has been appoin !
t'uit country. A decree of the tyrant A convention had also been signed ponement being the last that will promote one grand object ; if ted, by that government, as Am.
has doomed to the galleys, regulating the occupation of Spainby be made in relation totthis docu- any onepart run contrary to the bassador to the United States.
for ten years, all thoss who were the French troops, and a treaty ment, the Governor has ordered main design, the machine must fail He was to have left Buenos Ay.
4 Alcaldes) during the Constitutional recognizing a debt of 34,000,000 this notification to be made publicfor to fulfil the hopes of its builders. res in ,the month of January, for
system; the :Marqu's of Santa.Cruz francs to Fr-ance. the knowledge and observanceof The great object with the framers the United States. via Englund.
is included in this atro\ ions de The House of Commons has voted all concerned: ,- nd to be printed of o'ur government was to Ib
cree. At Pampaluna tribunals! an increase of 4000 men to the in the gazette of this governmentthree secure: to the people of the United -
have been dealing their terrors to British Navy. times, and that placards to States civil liberty, the security of The predicted postponement of
wom n ; proceedings were institu- LONDON, February 16. the same effect be placed in the life, liberty and property. To the several propositions before the
ted against some liberal ladies, accused We announced some.days ago, different public places. effect this the sovereign power has Senate, for amending the Consti-
I. t of having sung liberal songs that the French Ultimatum had Matanzas, Feb. 17, 1824.NEWORLEANS ., been wisely retained in the handsof tution of the United States, took
and declared against the absolute! been forwarded to Spain with orders the people ; .every department as place yesterday b) a decided majority -
system, during the Constitutional : to the French Minister at April 2'Exractlrom well as every agent of governmentmust of votes.1-Ib. Marcfi.3
Government. A lady, nan'ed Sa- : Madrid, and to Gen. Bourmont Haorc, Feb. 9. be subject to that controllingpower
", rasa, was accordingly banished at take proper steps tl) enforce the Cotton is on the decline and or it does not answer the end Revolutionary Pensions.Thc Republican
: her own cost from Navarre, and representations of the governmentthat very dull. New uplands have been for which it was retained. The [Conn] Advocate gives
four years imprisonment to followa is to withdraw the troops in sold at 26 1-2. This descriptionhas frequency elections is the proper the following information; on a
return to the district ; another case of refusal.Ve! now learn fallen 1 1-2 sous since our ad- medium by which this power may matter which r'ahlydeserves robe
Josepha Maria Alonso, was sentenced from an undoubted! SJU tccthat the vices per the Howard. Louisi- be exercised ; but take from one well: ,looked to-not that ve should
to two years imprisonment Ultimatum demands the establishment anas are scarce and 2000 livres fine ; the widow of of a Representative form of prices. Coffee nearly unsaleable. modifying the acts of a former a pension, though he
Eheerria, 70 years of age, to six goverhment.ttid a gvneral amnes Havana 16 1-2 a 20 1-2. Rio 16a legislature, and this great and should not be in indigence, 'bvit,
year's exile, and to be. conducted ty. The repayment to France, of 18 1-2 ; St. Domingo 15 a essential right is lost to the people ; that those who commit fraud to
out Navarre at her own expense ; the sums laid! out to procure the 16 1-2 in bond ; St. Domingo duty at least to all practicable and useful I obtain such pensions, do, in the
another of these ladies, Madamoitellc release of Fcrdi land, is made a secondary paid, was offered at 17 1-2 sous. purposes it becomes a nullity. very act, prove their want of .title..
consideration. The recognition Laws are enacted and intended for lo .
It
public
6 Illarigne! was doomed to four support:
year's imprisonment, and a fine of of the Loans of the Cor FROM THE PACIFIC. the good of the community ; when 4That there are many persons on
3,500 francs At Saragosa, ten tes is not demanded hy France, but WCfhave seen a letter received bya (they cease to produre .that good, the list or "Revolutionary: Pensioners
individuals sentenced it is suggosled that some indemnitj rrentleman of this City from an they might 10 tic repealed. "who do not "need the assistance -
helpless ? were ;.I /tit- nuiiziMS or tuc Bonds, officer of tIlt u. :;. Navy, in the The course you have pursuedwith ofthcir for
I* --ij hwt mese country support"there
to ten vc irs.
excesses have produced such a sensation : would be proper. Pacific, at Valparaiso, on the 1st. respect the decision of the can l be; no doubt-but if men
that were,the French troops February 17. December last. This writer is a Supreme Federal Court is, I haveno will take-false' .oaths, and judpe
4' not inSpam', Ferdinand's tyranny The news which we communi- gentleman of intelligence, and a doubt, the correct one. and au give incorrect opinions, the \\ ar
would not,endure for a ,'el k. After cated ubout a fortnight ago, viz : close observer of events in that thorises the hope that it will not be Department cannot prevent impo
the surrender of Pampaluna, a that it was the intention oi Ferdi- quarter-and he writes that no regarded lightly by the Congressof sition. We 'are" assured that the
number of ladies were arresle'if under nand to grant a free and open trade political occurrences have taken the United States." utmost vigilance is kept up in that
pretence of attachment to the to' his provinces, forsooth, of pa&. Hence, we arC. left to con- In the Senate_ of-Kentucky,at the Department. We are informed. ,.,
constitution, and subjected to,trial, South America, has acquired a degree dude, that there is no foundation same tim, a resolution of appro- t that certain wealthy pesionesin
principally, it is thought, with a of confirmation by the arri- I whatever for the report, as statedin bation and thanks, ,was unanimously this state have received letters
viewto plunder. Several were severely -. vals of Y ')hrd..y. Among theseis letters received some days ago passed, for, the able manner in frorr 'Vashington, iving them notice
I" fined,,and to be imprisoned said to be a l letter from Paris, by a whale ship at Newport, of which Lieut. Governor Barry had that, unless some further evidence ..
for! four years. The !!isterol' Gen.' stating upon the authority of a telegraph the defeat and dispersion of the presided, for the last four years, is given to substantiate their
Mina, whose husband was killed in 'I despatch from Madrid, Patriot army of General Santa over the deliberations' oft; hat body ; claims, their names will he stric-
one of the batteries during the thai Ferdinand had granted, or pretended Cruz, I by the Spanish army under to which Mr.- Barry returned an appropriate ken from the pension \UsJ. .ft is said
!>iehe was still in prison and her to grant, the privilege of the command of the Vice Roy of acknowledgement. Mr. also, that :.some partiulaioncs,
trial) was to have come.on last week., which we spoke, and that thercf01 : Peru and General Valdes. \t the Barry declines a poll at the next who were apprfS h nsi" that the
when notning could 'avert, according the maritime nations of the world I date of the' letter, the U. S. ship August election for Governor," although pension Jist would be published,

to the information received, might, with, his permission,freight Franklin and her tender, the Dnl- strongly solicited, and with have,macle application to the WacDepart'nient
her being sentenced to the hulks at vessels direct: for all the ports of /MJH, were at Valparaiso all well every prospect of; success. His to have tHeir names
& Malaga The only crime of this!I Peru, Chili, Buenos Ayres and -the former expected to sail immediately superior talents, mildness of temper -str 'ckJrom the list. Si
lady was 'that. of'her being Gen Mexico. for Lima, the I letter we and urbanity of deportment,

J, Miria's sister. A great tiumber.of A letter from Greece, without have alluded to \ml"by the way.of place Mr. Barry in the foremost, Another youth, of tHe: age te,of 14

r- ladies, both old and )'oun'erfS date:, but apparently late, stales Panama and Chagres. rank among the diatinguished' years, named.Wm: :...C.-Fricke: fell a
-i1 .,- in,the, ,prisons of Pampaluna when that MissilonghiVas still besieged We learn from D. S. Craig, Esq. Kentucky. victim at Philadelphia! Friday
'1.' the letters were despatched<< which Lord American, Consul at Panama, who ,.: last
: by a large army. Byron was to the deleterious effects. of inhaling *
arrived at New York in the schr.Quito WASHINGTON March '- '
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*
i was' the.13th: inst. still at Cephalonia.IIc had proffered 10. Ether. ., This l ?the thud,
*Lord l J3yrop and the Honorable his services. to the Greeks, from Chagres says the X. We have received note from a case of the kind 'which lias occurred *
.. Leicester Stanhope, were recently ant money 'and<* "* ; arms.' 1,he two York Gazette, that just before he correspondent, who deprecates? in that cjty within a month.It .-
: at Zante, oil visit'to. Sir Frederic latter they accepted with'gratitude left Panama, French frigate arrived apparently with .some reason on is h.ightImeThat the a m isfra-
\
Storinhe t. there from Lima, and inform his part, the delay which takes *
Govt'rnor. These'in but declined his personal Services. tion of this poison, Ga8, rfs.: they
trepid patriots arid travellers were A letter from Corfu announces, ed that Bolivar was at the head of place, every year, in passing the ,call it, by itinerant empyrics,
then most in their : an army of 15,000 men, and intended general appropriation law, thus
sanguine hopes that the Greeks"vi th.7 or 8000 men, should be made a penal offence in
for the ultimate-success: of the had made a successful descent upon soon to attack the Royalists.Mr. forcing.clerks in.the public..offices, every State in the Union, It
: cause of the Greeks. Craig; heard of no" battle: kc'; to borrow to pay their butch- '
the i island Mytylene, and another .- ought to be made so, were it only
having been fought the ers, bakers, &c. He.will be consoled :
Morefavorable accounts: havr<< letter: that the Turkish ; report{ that in its exhibition this Exhill
garrison
lately been received from' Ireland at Patras, had evacuated life therefore, by the.way of Valparaiso for that the pmi'ssion bill of his note by perceiv- rating Gas produces invatjabl f I
ing the in question
ttiertotal defeat of
the Patriots yester.-
'
The Courier says, all apprehension 'place and retired to Lepanto.Both' either the hideous spectacle of
day actually occupied the atte'ntionor .1
must, incorrect. We have .Pa- .
of any scarcity.being experienr. d these accounts are doubtful.' / the House of Representatives all temporary lunacy, or the still 'more
.. .,.. this winter,}had wholly-subsided ; The King oC France: .was dangerously 'nama Gazettes to the furnish 16th of Jan uuarywhichdonot day, will',propably that" body disgusting of extreme physicaland
;" th!** v Iue'ot.ttriculturaJ.' I producegenerally ill the 17th ult. and it was any po- pass, moral debasement.
in <<
the ,course of this
week and
litfcal. ne.ws. .Bait. ..dtizn.J -. ,
.
? had increased; and there believed he could not live a month. \ if !
,1 may expected to become [Jaw
a
s .wr.re. grounds"* 'for-'indulging; the GaUitia: stated to have been before the The'Common Council of Boston
DOMESTIC.e commencement .of the
most plcpsing anticipations ,verging. towards- ,insurrection ,; and ., second quarter of the i : \ have appointed'la Committee to'direct
& John ; iunt,. publisher of the that the French had suppressed .;he Washington City .Gazette.. : The delay,of the. ar. of this aletter in, ..behalf of the City
:; Exathiqer: (brotfaV": Leigh Hunt i two.insurrcctiQDs near Cadiz. I Governor. ) : vAdair, ,of Kentucky' annualbill, 'h9W Vcr passage,.,,'has Council jo(1 en. : Lafayette, request
t': ,.. ..."..' *,'" he"p '}J has'been tried by.. t.. pepublication fi It is statedt' hat, the Algerine beingabout; toVetire, by:constitutional -, been the qccasion .of ; always hdel] ing1,hlmif 1.0' inconvenient, im his
1 ,..J liJ j uryfor'tL of squadron had6eij: destroyed by a limitation, from the.executive of inconvenience to. the agoo J contemplated .visit to the United
;I : rJlal"dJhe! Ll al, [IeighrhU (! naval force.,from Iiydria.TheCottonMai'let chair, atthe/late" 'cioseof the } as ,well as individuals.' government 'Stated: t6 land. ,at't'hit.nla ee, and_ :to

;t fI '.t', "tttn: ; *' Byrorfiri : at' London session 'of the House of Representatives ,This, inconvenience :would be assure,.h m tnat his 'ref p.t(< f it.., Jteltngplt, th.el-ibend.j *he JUf/ the '18th uttf was. brisk 'at. 'an advance atTiankfort...... on motion of entiiely-obviated ,as wprthy of.the ,city, IVJUCPLever ,has
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found,hihTi t'!illy -- ( J '. of l'cent.per.l.b., ,M '._ R \Yari_, _resolution, was I pas- 1f4tkflprOpr1ajjonyearwere appears p us,; !held. 'in JheJjighest estirhatiou.services ,!
,. ;d eadrul' explosion.occ'qrrctfterrific ;, forgery of :e 26/)00, consols;is sedbya,large;majdrityNakingr jnadeto'ommence it to be-' the .' *r.>crific. S:" 6f the, ;' -S 1
I d'. .: ,aid to have 1 commuted the affectionate leave of : April, 4ls, adopted Son ( 11
on
t'P'o1gootb MJnniIThur4ay. : ; .. : their veperable instead. "January :Iste Sufficienttime .q 't ng 2n. o. -1 1i
'15t \ r ,. Ct;, ,onr.a by; ',Bank of.'E glarid." ', I. chief magistrate. 'The' resolution 'would1 .then' 'be: 'allowed ,_. .._ '_. .. .. : .... I I
JH"g} J "1l e1 -, 'LivjERPooLfFeb.'l. 6.t compliments. .him, oh:,his. reyolu'tidnary each session ,. to .malw! jn ':_ ;PJ.A) :jJ b E! IiI. :( i I!
I .''. t c pl Slon ."af A. ,/that: .one 'C !rM 'z\Ve:)( continue.'td i,txperi- Serj'n: .I his. militaryachievementsihlndianVwarfare ,for! .the jcoming.yearbefore-,appropriations MissNixouag' d 12 year v 'She"
B ";' : ...a ,,,, 'i ro\f. 1J"i.. n lh cncc.a,tifadyarid :rather.extensive K >j ; This n, thei',current'year; :, ,expired :and : w i gh'cl:35O'Onnd, : .s t .oI ':fe (
.tb3j Ji, '. '.I fe tI demand,forCdtton, jthe:'f smiles?this ,gallant
- _" '"IP: .c.i1,,tiJ, dtj4er, ..,4ttaniedL'a I..:week.- 1. .amounting.. :" '- 'fi' to upwards,., .. of, .the I Kentucky militia: ,.which'led to j It I .indispensable] : ,to-,- jiow the<< .'meet fremuently -- arm measured,riearl>A:v24 inches/ f in.circurnference.Y ;.1i i

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The Diario* of Havana'of the erf Uil6r to DIe the, aBiclavit of his !JutiCCiilfl&hsai ;'!,w iiAvas4wiceread : dienUowance, was. ijxc &l tCjl.t.c .

1P M 1iJA 26th of' March, received by The belief.ofii.'fraudulent4,intention\ to' .\ :. .apdornmrtte4, ; rt b lg .. ,, ': ;F .. '. _

Shr.. p.fincess An :stat ; the irE convey conceal rdpcrlf, '|0b 1. .. -J' J1 I\.V JOl Pf: r.,Merct''t V i \v \Wt 'e p' tnt'y n.' ;Ufl1.f'(!.

-- SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1824. rival at the }Havana'the. .American I the judgcmeiit ,Sdee. ; lofltheCoufti R.t.o'v d, TIt.Comnittee tOOfltIC'flthaf:, ofsiouaU'tncn '; .Q t.g lil l __

.s the President" fthe' Ship Governor Strong', 'from .without. ';'Wvling, for:the'return ''on'.ih ',Supjresion'of: the; SlaveTrade : con: ; :,'grat- fl'.tHtlnr(': !froh'4': : V

4ppoifltTtlCflt' Gibraltar in 43 days, the masterof of the':6'. : ri fdclas. Whouttaking ,'be instrucied, tpj&quire': into -, ,-. we,' sh":1\: : /) '\. t

United States. I that ship reported, that a few the .question,the:'Senate', on 'the especliencjftof: amending' !hac .1rn. ,t}' l ift () t'!(:

Lee second Auditor to : days 'before his departure from motion of Mr..TALBOT existing laws of .tfnited ctojaich
William I ,-:) tne States; .merely! .in*: !, tttc-UtS'flU, na\-

be Auditor of the Navy Depart I Gibraltar a vessel, h.brought Adjourned till tc-inqrrdw. for,the, suppression of -,traffic, tal 'TOrniW pH.r loosAnd pfr1fi:'" ..

there the news of a declaration of 'Aforch 19k so.as to extend" the .thereof .
Tern vice CoL Freeman > V :'i penalties -? *.as to the 1 lur.ded:i llt(")''; f'tl'.r'

'uicnt,1'ro. war by the Turks against Eng- Mr. LO'VRIE'prestnted'thcpe-: : I to cases.,expeditions'fitted out can we ?'pt'C.to\ be.rwhen rc-5C11f,; < 1). .. .

deceased. land. tition of the Pen lvaiiaSociety in foreign ports or plact'sfr.ilattraflic it is wiK () j nanil,1fti-:

Edward Duncan to be Attorneyfor If the above is correct, we pre- f6r, Promoting 'the <..Ajiolition of by or on account, of citizensor attend here ? ,1 foro Ir. t ,

the Western District of Virginia sume that the Turks have 'wotked. Slavery, and for the 'Amelioration personsreiding within the. jurisdiction consent to sit ,hVrp' f o.M4'fY

vice Mr. Be son deceased.We their own 4dcfeat, and- the Independence of the Conditon of the ,AfricaVRace of. .the, United States! morjths.de! in rt\-r.i, for da-v

j of the Greeks is permanently praying Congress .to fake 1 .March 20. in the week, and "t"J\l1olftt l rti:

understand that the Gover- secured. measures for the abolition'bf slave Mr.JJreck, from the Committee the same strain forever rcpcitcrf :,

nor has received a letter from the I ry in the District of Columbia.The whom the subject was recommitted It IS enough,- sir, to woWy; the patience

petition was read, and then reported an amendment to cf Job hinsef1! '
Hon.' S. L. Southard, Secretary of ,7c; Correspondents.S. \ 'slit! ,
assured laid I on the table.. the resolution formerly reported to therefore, MIOVC t.ai.lnni\M! f a<*-

the Navy, informing him that he Honeywoodmay rest The bill to provide for the the House, authorizing the purchase ten thcrndorttic. .resent 'session:

has directed Com. David Porter., that known plagiarisms will never security public moneys in the of a Portrait Washington, ('fCongress'the per diem ullovvanceofmembtrsln

if the- situation of the service will be admitted into our columns :- hands I of Clerks of Courts,. Marshal so as to make ,it read as follows : S6 ad :iJuripcc

permit, to despatch as 'early as The, stanzas\ which he has miserably and Attorneys, and their deputies Resolved by the Senate ,and fur travelling: expenses: be the! same

and ," was read the third time, House of Representative of the sum for miles
mangled attempted Cverytwenty travelling.
of the vessels -
under -
practicable one passed, and sent to the other house.March23. United States America, in Congress .*:?
to on us as original, be I
his command with instructions palm may
Assembled That the President '
,
1 lir
question] was then tahcn!
to proceed to Augustine t'o.. found in the \Vestern Review for of the United States Be, and Mr. TAYLOirS:) rcsoiutioi: on
of"notice ;, ccarried. _
.
take the public documents, the April 1821, (a periodical work In pursuance: given he is hereby authorized to procure 3 ;
Mr. JOHNSONfKen
of- William Gibbes yesterday from Rembrandt Peale, of Philadelphia V .....
the ,
books and furniture Legislative published by asked leave introduce -----=- "'[-' "-1 _.._..
to
tucky. -
Council from that place! to St. Hunt, Esq.,inLexingtoni; Ky.) and joint resolution to authorize, the a a painting (to be placed in r. f, : ';.--I-i _
the of limfrtt.'IP .,
WASHINGTON ,
Capitol) on I"t II' y. -
Marks, from thence to be conveyed were written by a lady. of that President of the United States to horseback l 1!.Y rill'OR7'
on a canvass, of, not
to the new scat of gbvernment.We place. : purchase of Rembrandt Peale, an less than IB feet high, aird ISvride; OF PE'Fi.WiJ.'i.

also understand that Gov. The Cockoo" "Orlando Puz- equestrian portrait Washington, the middle and back grounds to -

zleamus" and extract on Drun- provided the same can__be obtained contain
Duval has received a letter from an I a representation or'the LIVED.

Gen. Call stating that "a bill is kenness shall appear next.week. for a sum not to exceed gSOOO. battle of Princeton, or such other U. S.Transport'iii.rpr".eSvjTJKn: New

.... ., Leave was accordingly granted. '
A'a& tf'---------- --- appropriate scenery as the Pres Orleans-lja senders, ))VcMahon &
---
now pending before Congress, -.' The/reiolution was read, and pas- dent shall direct : Provided tilt Lieut Chase, U. S.Arm}, and ('apt. '1'hosShields.
which provides for the meeting of 'J{,);: (} p\)\ I\)X \\1J. sed to a second reading.Mr. same can be obtained;; for a sum not : .
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Council on the first VAN BUREN, from the Schr, Tom Shields, Fomth.! Ne.v Or- V
the Legislative I
IN SENATE. exceeding S 3,000 ; and that tht I hans, cartO, groceries andpprcviVons to

Monday of November next, at the March 16. Committee on the Judiciary. reported said ,Peale furnish a rich gilt frame .lames Quinn, (;. V*. Barkley, and Titos.White -
the bill from the other
aew beat of government." IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. therefor, at least fifteen incheswide. -Passengers Major \Vtn. Sekrcc V
House, confirming certain acts of Marshal of this District, 'Hf. White and
Gen. Call also stales, that the The bill h to abolish imprisonment the Legislature of the territory of The resoluiior. referred :Mr. Tjngle.Scht .

President of the U. S. had nominated for debt" was taken up in Florida," without amendment, V committee of the was whole. to a i. Florida, Day, Tampa- Bay,vja P.t
committee of the whole Mr. Marks, to J.C. & C. C. Koysc-r-Par-enjjers -
.' the members of the Council to The bill to abolish imprisonment March
22. Majori'homas'iight:-.nd iir. iv.i-
SMITH in the chair. The
the Senate ; but we have not yet question for debt/vas again taken up Mr. ALLEN called up the joint body.--On the 15th spoke the big; I.-.

whether was upon the amendment, for consideration. Mr. VANDYKE resolution offered hinl'sonH' bert ., C days out tram Havana, hound for
learned who they are, nor by
heretofore roposed by Mr. VAN proposed an amendment in this: port. The Captain of the I)'jMtr
nominations had been confirm days since, respecting an adjournment -
the
BUREv. states that a few days before he left ifivana -
the fourth section of the bill
ed. Mr. MACON pro- : ; but the House refused to ,.a Spanish National! Corvette of 2')
an
proposed :
tha the creditor shall hav'epower
viding consider it Noes oft Havana bv
-Ayes 44, 83. guns was captured u\o
We are pleased- to learn that amendment*; to limit the operation. I! to put questions to the Mr RANDOLPH observed. that ships (l.triot privateers or (..'oO1.) '}.::n.
: of of the bill to all contracis made I debtor be answered oath vessels) of \\ar,) that in
there is a prospect postponingth.i to on the vernal equinox was now'passed conseqt1ncvembargo an
after the 1st of July next-and thusto the of hisproperty. was laid on all vessels in th) -p'tcf1lavna
session of the respecting disposition
and
: net Legisla- he thought it was time that & fitiector.t
take its retrospective>> a squadron tore-
away
The bill then
l\; ,'' Council, as it. will give time character. was postponed every member who did not intent take the: Corvette, &the Ljjiert}' v.tiiUfcnpermitted :
and made the order of the to rely on the pubic crib, !but to to sa.U The C.lpbi.1i r>-.t.ltes

,, for making the necessary preparations Mr. BARBOUR saiditwas his day for to-morrow. feed out. of his own corn-house. that the ships are much in necdofrcprur, -
, opinion, that the bill ought to and inteiM into this f for tuut
fur the accommodation of apply -; The bill reported by the Committee should his & coming pert
go homc&plant corn;
to all contracts-as well those purpose with their pnze. fc.e\tn vessels
Public Lands for the
the Council at Tallahasse Governor on
; he that the honourable
hoped member -
bclo\v Lc
are supposed to tiioic -
which have been, as those which
Duval informs us that it is reliefo"John McAlister, and the from Massachusetts \vouh bove mentioned.
may be hereafter, made ; but, for heirs of John Forbes "
was next continue to his motion unti l CLEARED,
Ins intention to proceed shortly to repeat .
the sake compromise, he should taker up in committee of the whole. it should obtain a more fav J blereception SC!1r. Vary Use= Gkriix, N, Orleans.Sc.ir. .
that place, and have a town laid. vole for the amendment.The This bill to relinquishthe '!. : San Antouio, Holca, f\. Ori&ans

proposes by the Ho se. The protracted ,. ....,......, ... .....
off, which: will enable those who 1 question was then taken, on title to a certain tract of land, sessions of Coajgrtss: -- -- -Jo-
\
\ intend making establishments I the amendment proposed by Mr. to the for whose relief is
persons I ([which, however, he thanked: God STW TilE 'rillE!.,
MACON, and passed in the affirmative. -
their ii\ drawn their individual titles
tire to place ouildings ; to could take otlu-r
place only every fnm the subscriber; on the
the silua'ion in which they \yill re- be ascertained and settled in a he considered with STOLEN,.
) 1st mst.
Mr. VAN BUREN made a few year as fraught the a l\cgro Womanabnut30orS5 : 3 3aacd
court of justice. The of .
grounds '
V
incalculable mischief.
Jxnaiu permanently ; tins is a very They excluded -
remarks, in explanation of his -
the bill Messrs.
were explained by
advantage to those who conte.nplatsetthuigat amendment. The from the public service an .
great question was }
BARTON and KINGof Alabama
-
&: valuable.class of
important men. 9
the seat of adopting his substitute forth
upon
government and Mr. CHANDLER
opposed Here the
[ Speaker interposed, of .of
first section of the bill which years age
and will doubt hasten ;
no it. It then
was reported to and pronounced Mr. R.'s remarks I tolerable size: has a film on one

the population of the country ma- substitute provides that, on am- the Senate, and passed to be engrossed to be out of order, inasmuch a:> :ii1; of her evessrne of her fore

da'it.If. the d'btur's intention to and read the third time eeth out and cne cf her toes
le1' aJl) ,We contemplate fixing a the House had refused to consider
leave the country, substantiated by 11 to 14. next 10 tne preattoe: is cut -it is snp-
.brunch of our office at Tallahasse, I the evidence of two crrdiblc witnesses the resolution,] posed the thief will take her to Florid,

very shortly, and in that case a'' the cr''dhor shall have a Mr. R. observed that he h>d in- Alabama, or some cfthe Western, states.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. tended to conclude his observationsby A generous reward will btf';tivl'n to any
.newspaper: will be published: there right to hold him. to bail,
who will cIetectCJe thief
March 15.Mr. making a motion, but he should person or secure
as soon as mail routs are estab- Mr. MILLS suggested several I Rankin offered the following stand corrected.Mr. the said negro in any Jail, so that I cnn get 4
amendments t'O this : :her and all Information
section, One expenses paid. 3
lished. More of this hereafter. which lies olcourse
one day :
TAYLOR then made
of which strike a. motion can be made to Gideon Hargrove, Powelton -
proposing to out
the Resolved, That the Presidentof to alter the hour of meeting to Hancock county,Georgia.WILLIAM .

1! On Monday the 5th inst. an e- clause lequiring the evidenceof the United States be requestedto eleven o'clock, A. M. and supported VlLLARD.Edgfield -.

Itjction was held for an Alderman two witnesses, in order to hold 1 inform this House if any of the his motion by a short speechin c.h. S. Carolina.March,4.
;
to bail, gave rise to some debate ; OjT: *Tne Editors of the JHgridian, the
: of this city to fill the vacancy occasioned in \s hid Messrs. MILLS TALBOT Commissioners appointed the which he adverted to the amountof Cahuwba Press and the Mississlppian, arc

\ the of Chas. examination of titles and.claims business in arrear, and the injurious requested to publish the foregoing for cne
by resignation and TAYLOR uf Virginia
; land in the of Florida
Territory j consequence of long ses month,in their respective papers.
Lavulle when advocated, and Messrs. B \R-
Esq. have received in advance any part sions. ...- -

Mr. J \ llS B. STARR, was e- BOUR and VAN BUREN, opposed of the compensation allowed, by Mr. RANDOLPH again rose,, Notice is Hereby Given, ; I
it. The
og le ted by a' large majority. Mr. amendment was agreedto. law, for the performance of the and said, that he should take thc all persons having claims against theestate

$Urr was, however, nut admittedto duties required of them, previousto liberty which the gentleman fr ,: TO of Dr. John H. Kiddie; drc'd,
Au amendment, proposed}by Mr. the performance hose duties, New York seemed to exhibit the same for settlement within
a seat, but a committee was appointed T ALBO r, subjecting the,creditorif so willing tc p six months. All claims not exhibited
Without
or having performed ai y take himself but refuse
to to othersno
. ; by: :.hcCit} Cuunciltoen-) theresbou not appear to have service for such advance and if, I within two years, will be entirely bm d.
:
'
uncommon case-of makingsome : All persons owing the said estate, are required -
quire whether he, was loyally eligible been sufficient cause for holding to any such advances have been observations on .. to make immediate-pay mcuttc -
; aqignterdic
.... bail, to a suit for discussed .
damages
to the umce." Tie Council, was made, that he be requested to state ted subject. He should,'Uf the se* Thomas .
,, and subsequently. withdrawn Russ
,
under the of what law
---
on MOJI ay tunning !last, unanimously provisions lectionof his topics, pursue his
by the The Administrator.
mover. question they are so made, with the amount,
feeble
however
own lights with.
d-ciued that :,Ir. S. is not npon the substitute for the first Jackson Cy, TV. F. April.IStii-4vr.
the time when, and to whom advanced out availing himself of the
entitled to seal. The ground of section, as proposed by Mr. VAN but if advanced without very'
; discernment ;
sagacity,
great experience NOTICE.AN
this decision is, that the Council BUREN.wasthenput tim and carriedin Iny law authorizing the same that -(he wished he could en-

do not cons.der Mr. S. u u house afBrmative. a'COP,L !' of any order or authority, large the catalogue,).. -of the election for three Aldermen, to sup.
14. The substitute for the fourth section gentle the of Chas Laval le .
.
.If place !
ply ,
there be which John .
keeper" within the -uea'iiu'uf the any by any sums m an from N. Y rlt. I, for'one,
was then taken Mr. VAN Lee Williams, amUXJeo. W. IJarkley resigned L
up. f have drawn from ; )
, actol'the Legislative Council ; 1\1".1 nun EN stated the difference be- money been said Mr. nvoted'for the repeal oflhat ,will be Held at.the Mayor's oftico _
he Treasury of the United Slates, rule which in this the. 3d inst.
even city Friday
preposterous oa
Starr and his
howeverdledge t.veen .the two sections.. The original :
supporiers
i c furnished this House. if this building were on fire, prevented :- Polls open at 84.M, and close at 6 P, -.1.M

- /' that he is legally eligible. : section, in the 1 bill providesthat .!r.I On Motion of Mr. Owen, it was. f the House from adjourning V '. V
I. on a 'return of no t BENJ. "-Y IAN .
propertyfouud Resolved That the Committeen )
.and intend, we understand, to apply I before 4 o'clock; and I did supposethatin
FKRNA\rlO
upon u lien facias, the plain the Post Office and Post Roads MORENo"5"lranagC't,
-
to the United Stales Districl its spirit, it went to repealthe'other ENRY .AH
I tiff tile an affidavit that he has !
may 1
instructed to into the '
>e
I & Superior Court, at the approaching good reason to believe that a fraudulent 'xpediency of inquire the Post rule on the same subject t,I April 13th,1824-It, V ..
altering
in reference to the ofthe. V I .
; May term, for a Mandamus, cqnve'ance or concealment 1 proceedings
toute to Henry, Pike and Coving- 4
committee, of the -whole. \) (
I
to compel his admission to a sealus of properly has taken place ; and on Court House in Alabama, so .TICLV *
Four hours diem is I
per as long as ,,
an Alderman. I men.,,after summons to the party is to establish the most practica- least I jjHE; Copartnership ,th?:firm of -
able to
at am endu-re..1: will:
,, TWITCHF.LL"ATSOi: : wag
So charged, jury shall be impan- == fo
. In of jle routes from the main mail. not the mutual the 'loth.
consequence the decision say, pestilential'atmos- dissolved by consent :Ion &

.against: Mr. Starr, and of the I i uclli'd to try the fact, cc. The ,oute through theCreeJt nation' of &ere of this H V 'se-but,*:an atmosphere .;inst. T.TwitebeSI! i is fully autljorised. :'to. f 5..
re prop<>sul amendment provides, ans'io'the named settle all business of the lat 'firm.V
- above places:' 1 such as'nothing but the ..PV.J .:
_
signation Messrs Williams'and that: the so charged shall be l.
party ,ind further to inquire into the ex-, wretched: animals 'plunged in the TIMOTHY TiTUEL1pArELV -: .

Barkley, an election is to be held, : Keld to hail, on receiving such summons jediency ofestabhishingthc' most Grotto del Cane WATSO" ...
'i ,. near Naples, *
to respond to it. This ?.I prill!th tf. % (: ':tt. *. .
. on Friday next, 23d instant, for ; iirect practicable route from Mo- were compelled to'breathe, to gratify \ ( -

three members of the City 'CounFrtedom amendment was; supported MesVAN rile to New-Orleans. 'the laudablecuri'osity or.the
T. !
V TWITCHELL iV'
.
'ii's BUREN MILLS and I .
II. :
.. March
I cit. 1.6&- benevolent philosophers ofmodern :.t .
1
BRO VIiL and opposed by Messrs.EAl'4pMnor very UTLLth. "AufcT. .r OX ,& -"
1 ". 4-. .. ft. The resolution yeserdayoffied .. ,
Europe. I the
., hope gen yVy: CO31MISSION: _t Vsire
thb.
; and JOHNSON : v r !
;
insured to the.Greeks.. iy Mr. Ratikin (respecting"commissioners tlen n'sniotiunwj1ljtot be 'adopted lately bx "-'
occq jed !
t . ) was .
na
that'Jmean
-
lnaw"'g .
41 1 *.;....Importafnt, s if/True"J. ..r> -.*.' then :takeni! .pn''striking out' 'thefodrth up'. and agreecito. ..' 4 ? to;follow-up?,:"hjVjnotion.notices1! !vftIione > itii&wtt. :: ,. .. .. t

1'J'.." By the attention! "" .of V our-: "New-Or%.' !section,of thcnginal bill, March 18., .,which relates:to a subject-thatrequiresif.noitbc ere':lhfe%strictest>"fx e'(.. t iU $:. -. ..

to"' l .Iean' brethren d ded&ccTm aflirmative.. The Mr..Rankin. from the commitf it bc'tpven.tQ..a1Ib crtD .'
the polittness eon : fectdal : '
.. : : "''' '
1'
xautery
: i of I. (([jtiestioQi.; :before the. :Senate '.,""as''then lands rted 'bill r. 1 J!Jf.< ':
' Capt. Forsyth of :'theXTqm t. public 'rep ,a. at,least the khifej-it 'is?amotionlo V
$ \ 'i upon inserting. the; section ['granting.counties.of eacji J 'state reduce :the- t-i -
1.i :
; : per'diem allowanceof
.Jikd : .r .
S* :-, : I.' ,we have: received: pipersPlflthatcity : proposed by MrVAN', BUREN,.! Lnd t r tory.the U. .States,>inwhich Menders thisjioftse! to ti itit&a5WbEflIfirSlflad ,.; : NI". .....'., :...'.. :'.

*' : to the loth instant. ift.lieu of the fourth -section. MrIdAYNE : ,the public-lands'' aituat- 't1e'banot'V", ; ..J 'l'lilfti. ,.:iA..1l. d ,

, V '19 t the foIlowjn. tr4 l.,theo proposed; tp* anu-nd thatn'cndm'wt t. (I, .tne' ':right of- 'pre-emption: to ota ieat here,:.:?ind'; which: .:th>n v., ,'-,':lIi'''"'''l" :" ? .i.$, OMCi ,

ti J.t1"'o{:'tlie-Jit b.. .J'.J'I ,. .' BO as24 permit, the Quarter.: :sections. ,land, forqeat3. thought., ,.\ ttd'%iuIhiikaOjierV .:}_1"/". '"(-, "$o.wi.; '. ,-'.. ," ; 3- V
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.. I b
.4_ J --+I .. 't' itre.lrnlrG letters remaining in the Post I TOE SUBSCRIBES lJg If',.. P. JJuval Governor
1 ._ of tht
T Pensriola 31st March 1824,. />m-.
at
-"p } trl \fU' ., S13 HF.Subscriber' ,'I ; taken out within, three months I,Promotes to pvlUth in the to-un of C:aibrnse. tory 6f.JYorirla.PUOCI.A11A.110N.r.

.. *' ;' ) rJa tors will be: .-aidec to! the'General' Post Of-'I' C ja&ama'tj; a weekly puptr under ,'.i'' .

;: Fon TJI* prrtsumi GizirrBuclcirleat : :\ \\lth all descriptions ; 1 Letters. 1. titteofjhe'rkTi : f f"h
'\ rCLAIBOR'1' T-rs GAZETTE. : al in pursuance of an act of
is well known
I'ah8 the
powder: ns Allan.", 'Joshua 'Armstron 1.eg islahve

: CANTO T1IHLI : I goal), if,not superior to ,1\V. Bradford,Charles heeler.r 1 IT will be the object of the editor tot Flohda, approved Councilof.() the 24th the day Territory of june of
United States anti fur I
t.1::. The Bm\ inukelh ,on Apr tt n A he to X. .i Bush, Ed\v it Byrne Senr t i the Gazette a useful as well All 1823. Coninrnsiuners were appointed
: Jrrsevto] rt1ibFIIutmninrbin1s, :., and er Proof. Country Clinch. James CoUille, Sextuazander gait i interesting journal! : To promote the select the most eligible and tB
'.w Honebees will, be supplied un : (' Coulter, William Cumj j great and, leading interests of our com convenient
; grmvctb wise aid, ivai m\Mli, situation: for the scat of of
which- is vtry uncott'imw rut a Pott ; He Ii'. t1 Campbell 2. 'moil couutrv, her agriculture, her uiann- Territory of Florida, and government the said the

,. then bcconicth entiurcia&ticj!) in favor of I 2 ,-tt Van) Evour. factures and her commerce as shall beat missionary have reported tonic. that Com.
2uckwhcat Pmcakcs and Ifowy. Auk ain Winslovv Foster, James D. subset the interests of all, without creating ,have selected a scitc in the they
1'or-rand. j monopolies) for either To cherish the County; of
czer I : : Gadstlcn, situ:.te(1 about mile
While J linppy Jersey, ire thy nral 1 fells, }TO'I Gilbert; John C. Gooluck increasingspirit for improvement which ir)m the old deserted fields a of southwest Tail ..

.>A.;:< ld sweet !the produce which their liarJ Ca'y"nn. Mr Griffith 1'ho. !"i nnwJct"t':ulcs the nation, nore especially;: hasse", about half! mile south of the Oke*

; J? vSfryciM*; t nF. oJ.lT llON of { >&' Lloyd Gordon, Jcnk-ns a hat relates to our own growing state, in lock-o-iy and T lia1.atrail! ', at a point
swells
of
Like with
6:10 w, waving the
graceTlie beneficial the
Ic1tl'lJIen J'cml'r.usmere greatadvantages where the old
; o this ; Spanish road is interpreted
'
r.,. '. ft.1 case. cis Hutson, .Tames C. Harvey, in respect to internal navigation
I 10th section of the or -by a small trail running southwardly.' '* in
blossomed Buckwheat courts tLc 'e .Madam Ilagcr,11',11. Hunt and intercourse between different the
October last, having etercise of the discretion in trie vested
mellow i hi. eeih. I the ("onsh+ 'blc's to visit al ; 1ry,a ;:.lMr.) Hunter. parts of the state which a kind providence ) by the said act and for the information: of
Sipp'ng each ilo ti er the Humming bird 1
I' i lot within the! Jimi's) of ( .King. has bestuwed on lu-r citi7.cns. These the good people of this Territory, 1 have
.. seen, pose! of prriiiCting t.\\ lliam Lear, Moses Lev}.. I objects and every thing allied thereto will thought proper to issue this 1'rcclama.
In beauteous colours, scarlet, gold arid Stiles Meigs, Kdgar Macon : lin.l in the Gazette a steady advocate. my
so ordei! e d to pi ireed I tion, requiring the members ()fthc.L gil.
green ; ever, conceiving the wily, Alexander Minis, Francis- Nothing of a personal na* lire will find 'lathe Council of the
.. Territory ofllcridt! .
Her :iry shapr i,1il e lighfr.injr, on tl-ew'ng! import-nice for the Peter Mcnaitl, Charles Mifllin, admittance in the columns of the Gazette ; to assemble at the scitc above Scribed:

iK-ccives the eye, ike fairy vanishing! : munity 1 1arrive accompanied; : : .cnl1a, P. McNeill, Win. II. Mc- while temperate, candid and liberal discussion on the day appointed by law. for the ,
bliss the I next
Fiom of
Pavers flitting Bees
performance of that duty cy'.IicJtillauJames Murray of questions of general interest, session thereof.
= John Pickell Vincent 1'in- will always be _
encouraged.
the
tiat Given under
proper Ulc !; my hand and th
their honied the *
Bearing treasures to hive : CONDITIONS
P. Palmes -Tlie Claiborne Gazette
edtai except:: tu or seal of the said
J'uit! of their store man justly rrceivc, will be Territory atPensacola
nay Jonathan Hobinson David published week
once a on
J super-
in
rcA; :-.rd to which, this 4th day of
For the protection he should: :11\\:1) s give; ; Hichards Robinson royal at 4 in
payable
; George paper per annum,
eornplmcenth the March in the of
(:-h! : e'er with brimstone :"unies, and hor- advance year cur Lord.
r.d !ire d.nancc.: : This: is ny & Co. Kdwd. B. Randolph one thousand eight humlrcd
: Shackleforcl, 3, Ilcub n bte- Advertisements not exceeding; a
.. square
't. : th<- [JOt.;- Bee in fporvcs: espire ; I GIVE ... 0\ Stroud, Thomas Swett will be )inserted at the rate of one dollar and twenty' four and l ot the
J Independence of the United
Dut wicror.? hive i.s J' Jilitd I, in time for
pre. ge Tunstal, Elijah Thompson. the first, and fifty cents for every subsequent States of America the
la *-, to the! inhabitants; l' William Underwood. insertion. .. foitf

Anolh. r sir cot..and ck.n with watchful.cave I'uiu-tabU-s will renew Wallen, John B. Wright, Jf sufficient encouragement is received, eighth.. WILLIAM P. DUVAL.

; I. Miilcs, and at the eane: William Whoriey, Doctor the first number will be issued on the 20thofApril,1824. By the _
o\'ernor.
Tliv stores cf honey then, nor mead, shall .
goodeit/en inciit I
rvtry: GKO. WALTON,
fail
i glc> ct to impart to the ) Christopher Damcron. Sec'ry of Florida.
c The true An.hros'.aliich: the CoilsregIc.
any :ui(t eveiy inftn' Collector, Key West. Mobile, March 21.Subscriptions. Match 13= tf
| suite to their knoa( leclI Robert Mitchell I
,
T j __!(J received_at this office
Oh give me Pancakes now all smt.kj j j i the o!t.Jcctfcle11ijllc.-s "
{ 201 .iJ[ :CT. BY THE
:
MAYOR
'I" 'r\lE BjlCltll lt
\ ,'..'; 5 t I cAndswitt the most inlpc'tmt' ( : 1824.-3t. ,
haid butter from the cool stonc.I f pecicd pH.sperity a ai' and I promptly and accurately exe A Troclamalion.
not, 1 c"W'tii : rviiig the health WILL .
I piv> Xotiee. any writing which may be committed
poney cosib fresh from the rural !tleii' funalics and to him ; he will: also draw deeds, In complyance with the otl section of

hi'ei I School in this Place will bills of sale, &c. i in the most appropriate the ordinance; of the -15ih of Xoven.be1

J'(! (;n\ v then no epicure; alive.AM j ,as usual at the court house forms, and on the most reasonable terms ; 1822 which isiS follows ; "tliut from and

ay a .t:: Hasty 1 pudding'flanten, morning to commence at 9, and solicits the-ordcAof his fnends. :.fter tIC: 1st day of .JaIlU:I1' ,
\ Mycrfc nTce( Pn?ncol ) next every
I. A will also be read
ter] sermon W. [HAS ELL HUNT. I" privy within the : t.ija'1'1 be
city of the
i Oil 1.Q'..). ..
April, when there is .
.,, calve i evening no
; grev : ( n.v } Foreclosure depth of not less than three feet, and
t 3 hen dream of bliss till ros morn w.kc. : t half past 3. o'clock. Mortgage.. "tlie hit
; proprietor
eveiy on which
J__ ___ | Comn i. Bcnj. Wyman, 1 1r. Alexander Love
.1 =-:- } attorney in : there shall be a privy of a smaller depth!

.,::1.) ...,l"{'-J c.\e\ ,.. l Pm-ai-ola! A bccy. S. S. S. fact of Elizabeth Brinson, Jamet shall forfeit amid pa a sum just -t-xctcd.,

/f\' ? LL persons having I 1324, Dtan, and all others concern. ;.* ing 55 ; and the Mayoi is ht-rebvuutuor-
ifT-Ji to Kind within \ II I :"ised i fiom arid after tie day afor iatd!
Ludicious Jlnecdcic. he fIAIUtv1Lb l. ed :- You will falcate to ,
ludicrous HEREBY Vt LES' PINDAR, "to cause such privy' to he skill'c.l (,ut.
'
brfite actuaiiyt TAKE
NOTICE.
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and deepened, ::t tit expCuSv-of{ s-ick
!)ok ph, (', a short time r go :-ASvcdsiuu that the session i <%.f tie! ]: + from Mobile,/iersloofi milA T 1 have this day filed in the clerks." proprietor, and award a WalT.;ut or eiecuf.on -

::, in the ttci ? hbtl Hood Ort( one's. has I been (' ( (:' At'tress. .u. oflice of the Superior Court of the against; him for the- costs thereof
"
Thunu S'Siri ft, havir.t; l hein; chosen j'Churchwarden [ :i'o< Jiiu.ry nest, till District of West Florida, a petition and I after notice, in :i s'mmal'n.anJlcr.. ifo
I the )la.; :::os l.trciofortr exhibits the foreclosure of 1' from and] after she
1 of praying a mortgage privy, 1st day! of'J.muury
: un hdjoinas :elf; :; imp: (.cla'-ins: ;ric.r to : o.
y. executed shall
Wine to me on the sixteenth [ : next, be pern..ttvd; to
11a1'tslt, \\ cal.c! l ht the ('n.ber, lb .;. has been )o. <
upon y : of
June 1821 Alexander overflow be
Love in
by to or to ct'icrwi an UIlD" -
110 hud the ir.isfortuueto tLC: ( xti.-r.aed lotlio: : .. )n. I .
t I" wt1st; \\ !
!
the of of 1.
;h ) secure payment a sum money cleanly or o"ensuCGne .twn ; ::xl tuft
In: blind, for the puynu-ut of 51. "otr, lt.'';. Ali thims !( ite plains due to me originally by Elizabeth Brin- I tenant, if there beonc, or otherwise: the

being the uniouut of a qUil'l'I"S| I t tin:e, stiuli:i! lit lifd: and ( son, upon a tract of eight hundred :upf'ns ;. pt opt)clot, of such(: pr.vy, UiIl: fo.tVit
of none tfi vet. 'I he dl of land with mill and the !( and for such ofiei.ce
-' and addressed hhnaelf: to a saw appurtenances pay, every a sum
salary ; I on/ .liondiiv. next ; cia' .: "
: and improvements thereon I!, not exceeding j5 ; and if such tenant
\hi! shopman-" I ronie, says he, to be' j:iuctt.a! in tl.en- situated in Kscambia. county, on th waters "* or proprietor do not cleanse the same

h for a quarter's s:1htl'Y.-*. Yon I {'x&m.Jwtin! :} of tht-.r! '' of the Perdido, and known by the !: .' within reasonable time, to be judged

catinot have a 4}::art qr rdt'J'yH rcpJird miss'ci.ers: are .'!i.:.. : name of Love's ;Mill) -and one half of lot I!t t.f.' of by the Majorfter notice given to
E' up: in the order ;in which N 6 in the of I'cnsacola returnable : ,1 that effect officer
the ttuI1\an.: It is net our o. city : 1;j by an of police, the
cd QJ: !H' ('rl'h.ry.... .. to the May Term of said court 1821-at': ., Mayor may tausethe same to be done
custom so s;)'t'C it l by _the ncan't, S.U.L; ILl\. t, '. are, which I shall by my counsel move said .. at the expense as aforesaid, to be levied

JSir."_'' I am aon\! (Col''it,1ull'edt", JUbtt II S.i,.I IliTK < court for a judgment for .the amonnt of U as aforesaid: It is recommended to
I
rejoins the Orgpii.iht: '* lhu\e 41- :M. Hfj'n.n. S.Cl' ::'I) jrtcr, forsale low for cash, said debt and costs, and a judgment barring ."* every proprietor and to ever- tenant of

\vrtys been Lccusiomrd to receive __ -_.. 'u. ,f. and foreclosing the equity of retie ; p-:t any house within the limits; of this corporation

r ... it in that tray, and it \viil; l put iiiir toTisuch I \ \)'1 1 4"I' tioa of said Love, and all claiming under i to Avail themselves of this most

.rtiCwU\cnUnee aiter the Subs cri ei', him. ] proper season to attend strctly; to the pro-
'.% S.I; HE fire. of '.: )! : December 15th, 182.3. visions here above mentioned; for fear
plan ; and it surrly (:):111'.t i he a fcJo: u:.orUedin June red per late arrivals Thomas English, that, by neglectingthe same we should;

<;'. rat obj-ci l to i ourjnabU-i ."-The of C. Nichoit: &. CO. : : 'lowing GOODS Uy his att'y JOS. M. WHITE. attract, or eixrease, and des( rye events
March : C. similar those which befell
S1iu[,.naiK nut hnov.i.: :; how to pro- 18'JJ.lea\inj} N Dec. 20-im. us during
rcedy! i'lionntfctl his inusier, who (.restcdin: ;'ml n.:> ; : 1 c will sell Low for the summer of 1822, ,
i:,;btit '\ itd-11 Mbfj.! 1 II COTTON. Foreclosure of Mortgage.Mr. The ccni.tvbles shall carry the said
iuad* or
accused him ofhuxir' some
r la, i.s f.tly einpuwiic'i t John Innerarity, attorney in provisions into effect; they shall report
f iuiucr&iul.caino! himself to right cuirse! : allclvimsvitsiu heirs of 'Vinctnte Or- any and every infraction thereof the.
the Lu ;itH.'ss.u Fwcnd," says the ;;.linst tho i'.rui: above r oc cries. fact o.fthe Mayor, for the remedy and the fine to be
licv. made church-warden, h what C. Nicholas iitdixuiualK\ dos oitte, deceased ; Marcos 77o, enforced.

of :uuli'eceMitforhun: in an : and all others concerned, you will Given in the Mayor's Officeat
did
amount Celery you say you
IIOt) at rens.vcula, \(I i please toTAKE Peusacola this 2t theb 1 StM.P. .
wanted ?_''Fhe pounds, sil"- (Jc; *Iiusliels coarsf salt ; ALBA
.Aiayw.
'There, John," says the seedsman, "I.. grounii alum do ; in sacks; NOTICE. -
Wluvkty: !lAT I have this filed in the
4k \V"Ul1lUI'11! rye ; day
told out
I c.nlgf '.'
you J.s li jpo L" superfine Philaxl. flour; your hlundei. nothing) can Ke '- rI \ Nos. 1 uud'2 mackerel ; West Florida! a petition with a note ,
more clear ; Jut up tie: gontlorn .... ..Ji.J [ .': tlJ;-- mess pork' ; and mortgage executed to me by order &lv.

five pounds' sit'eels] )'."-=The Shop= IV n.nr ) cider ; of the Spanish Tribunal, as, executor of

man having linUluil the iu';), u.ery ..?, Ar.cricni ) niolas e9 ; Marco li:era deceased, by John Innerati- DECEIVED per latest arrivals,
; : in fact Vincente .I.and for sale
\" politely procivdin*' ID place potatoes ; attorney Ortlosgoitte, by
1f SI'Trl'J.I.Y! casks wine assorted; o"ii the fifteenth of May, eighteen; hundred *
the pa.rcd under the blind mot;t.'j e Icerlte Stone R JL XIa1 et.
., questHtiic retiirn : ; .uul twenty, to secure the payment of the
arm, who wondering at the c'ncuiiistuuce :aclWI.i-.SuiHl; NH\V pepper; ; sum of six hundred and sixty dollars, upona 1 /SV Barrels whiskey;

could nol help crying (Jdon;;.I1J.;'to t i is :.} tt ahpice ; house and lot in Intendencia street in .V 25 Do. sup. Richmond flow


the : ol ur.d v.-ifchf: in :.' cl.'kel"; 272, situated between the lot of Dn. Manuel : 10 Bags coffee ;
Wliy, only ivinjj' ;; you lit.
luvc btcoine butter Garcia i and Anna Sacks
u otes.to ; M'Voy ; returnable 50 Liverpool ground salt :;
r' celery, aiys the shopman. recjucit ,s nu(:\' w.llj; he laid ; to the' l1ay Teriii of said court, praying 300 IK). course salt';
** What the Devil," repl'us t llieimpalirut .motive. that prompted Dupont's} powder. ; fIrl j'udgementfurthe debt aforesaid and 10 Kegs manufactured tobacco.

organist, is it all half! hese sacred; h.nks, :ux 1 !shot assorted ; costs, and a judgment: barring :sand foreclosing 25 Do. lard ;

pence ?"London Paftcr.An ped. that. due. respect ?bar lead ; : the equity of redemption in the 30 Do. butter first quality;

.G a \w. mould candles ; heirs or legal representatives of the said 20 Jibls. pork ; .
t honest tar hired a horse tocar'I'V .a. .1' -Y nt. ) serm duj Vincente Ordo goiUc,and ail claiming for 10 I k>. mackerel ;

him a few miles, but before 1 ,. S('::l IJ ; i or under then 20( Boxes soap ;

he hud gone mayosscsscd yards, l he fount chocolate' ; Juan Malagosa> 20 Baskets sweet oil ; _
}.. V I raisins: ; ; 5 Qr.. -
casks wine
the usual excellencie Malaga
he J, By hs: att y JOS. WHITE.. ;
' blindness! lameness "f E n !S i>rl.t, : ,& ; : lout ,1ar ; Pensacola, Dec. 27/1833 4mo.PROPOSALS Loaf Sugar:; Pepper ; Pimento; Salt Pe-
stumbling, : ..tit. cctc: Ame-icaiiu : race id roundiugcl"i Ire; Copperas; Molasses; Ginger; .0.,3....
o Sec. The sailor however (having : rcspectucuscMiie c-t : copperas ; csllaisins: &e.

i, bi-en unshipped 1 iwictviih very '; quctoutvciiesll'.les, ; : i crockery ; I TITILL. be received till the 3Cth. of May- /lLSO, :.
,: liftle ceremony in the I length of I Te.tamclt.. a, -|':.,tenant s teas assorted; 't next, to furnish the Florida Indians 50 Pieces cotton bagging20 -.
\\of, et quin'avaiit ...... ere : stone jars; for Coils bale
': 'f" half a mile, by the creature's fall J : wilh'provisions one'year, commencing rope ;
f' I.ry. \oi! .>:t'r \':cn'. i the first (lay of September ensuing, the' 3 ions Swedes iron, German steel;
iii ', on i its k wcs.) hit jii a ,
'
up
: .
very ntttilcs
( aux Jcrsonnes supplies required are fresh beef salt and 10 Doz. S. Carolina hoes;
x .i' whimsical mode G curing .the im- tie a.sU1.uescr lit lu corn or flour; the ration to consist of one 5. Do. spades and shovels;

pt-dimenl, which"was by lying a ,hi (lit soi.;siJ:1e.: Le. ') nails and spikes and a quarter pound of beef. one quart of 3d...Kegs nails assorted ; .

large stone to the tail, and in that uui inspir.v 1 lu distt.1 HltlOl ; iron 1 cask trace; chain corn; orate equivalent in flour; and salt at Plough Moulds, Trace ChuiiM, ,Iron Cw-
s't ute rode it several: mUcs sOaring Fes est :u&s.i i celin q..i'i I castings; ; the rate of four quarts to .every hundred tings, CoUou Card & imiKk-r' en ce moment, rations. The amount will'be from 2,500 to ANBA
.. hiver Lit timbers, but it mas Ctlh''.le1ltlntlc ubth steel mill saws; 3000iatio, s per day, varying I from the considerable'assortment.

the only thing to ft lre.1'rlltttlu'liJ's qu'cle! merite cross-cut do; smallest; the largest amount at theoption f Domestic and other Dry Coals'

... going too much aheadIbid.. s 'V. I I files assorted; ; of the subscriber, upon a notice of thirty suited to the season. tan, 26m.a -

;; knives and forks ; .. days; places of delivery St..Marls,'Tampa: .

It i is slatfcAthat there are six HUK- iVLUL" pocket do ; Day and such points as m'y hereafter be'; '

WIDOWS i in t variety of HARD WAKE- I designated within the Indian boundaries as 1fQJIGSJ. -
"Ii' D!lT.n ANDTHir/n-KiNB D UE on Thursday at fob,dead, stock'cloct, desk, I a constant ,advance of two month's sup!
;. the town of New Port; (H. r I.) hef Cliiscs on Friday i c pad locks ;", razors j scissors; : plies will be exrctcd, and the articles re: "Ina the JDiblf Society.wc'aredistinctlntt : aU

:. {r .MlgOXB TWELFTH Ol'lhP (pOpulutJOllfj { I mers draw-knives r -;shovels and : quired'to be of good quality.T-Persoi.s of-: by parnes'is 'lost there

'. ..' }hat tON 1'. Should the piopuscdaw t : ng Pans;"wagon boxes &c.. &c. feting to contract, will make the offer ,in; is one happy confederacy, one bt-
and
writingscaled directed to
.,' "fi in fcr t; x-: April S % 1824-?t. s cotton and wool cards j me, stating
Pennsylvania } nevolent
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.
pas .- combs; 1 do. fowling pieces, the rate at which they will, :furnish theentire dt-sign,.one grand object
injj old I uchelora, 'we would ad- :\ \y\1. hats ; rations; or' either of the component to send) ,tUe word of Cud to every,

.. ,i,-e the venerable gentlemen to men's shoes and brogans parts : the result of the offers will !be made family and:nation without sectarian

'. '. .cn\isrutc: to Newport in a body! Weather sieves ; > known on application to 'me; at the Tetri-: comment"or any private 'Interprc*
tonal scat of governmeir1'taraJbbP.Ss -a .
; ol. ..iL 1. Com. oI1dv. 1 SHALL, K cordage; ;, tation.". AfJVI
= ( orthe individual whose .
1 'i arc ;
., ib bale ; accepted -
rope
( .. .. .,'l'\I ,' Ttrgnlar Sale whit ; will be notified of the same through the; !Iv undcnJgnedl: as ju1t're.. vr3 from
; Aslpp tarn haIti: made someaVil ''tithe Thursday {) enl/grcasc.lcad ; medium of: the Post-Oficel'he most: JL ,this ins i itulion, ftrotigh theignl,
t : ;
r:'. m *tun4. rtlt, h4S.. 'reckonlJ)! l' all kin; s. of, ) ,:* lam!) oil ; unquestionable security' wiU.bc requiheil: Rev. Jas. .ltonald n. a jo.tof ttiblw;vid tr
fin lJfK.1. cuuld ,not (1u flier: at jr.y Auction paint do ; for the faithful fulfillment( Of the contract ; New Testaments, in'the:Tnglishj 'French,;
.1tiQ walked deck:: fox and JJaylen street spirits turpentine and to prevent. delay, it is' eg'Pectedtlta.d and Spanish languages, de'lfgtWcl'fOl"tM:
; :: the tii\fi)1e the : j 'West
.f oC rida-th
cover use :
the
i ;; I' 1' lamp black proposals will! be nccum11anl hy a cy are:tor safe at f
'' '. n irr.tt tics dr.tier.: 'WrluiIi! ff hishands Yenaacul. ';Iiarclt 19th. "iLli'O;, statement of the security intended to be the ..shnp1criceJe. of cost'wid'..chi ie& fwd J,: 4

l ....f and .C! '.lt1g. ou&i, ?R: ,pallie- -. : t.age8 DRY GOODSf offered. t.o. hose .W.fin '' J 'Q ,r 1Y'.de a :vife (- !, \ .. By order of the superintendaatO. purchase. ami:yet desire to sa;; if .. .
ti '
tOI, ssortnentor FAMILY
r 1 ME- acted volume, ;t hey;will ,beat ..bes'PphC4iOU
.
,' I3v St. P ti ekFsntdold a HUMFIlllEYS, s
I wht. 's. ;. E xe c.utel with NES.\" of the first duality.N.H.ALLEN.. 1.Agent for Indian Affairs 'tJlesubcnbcr': officer'' m.".
I .
suritla'l'fl,\\ .mU t' .'r at1. JZ ir4.l' < :,.;desjjatph at in Florida. W DA V lSC. X .r4 u\

f tl lc l( ewyo&ai1i, .LPaJl.; f' f f. rcnacoU 6tb April 1821. Feb. 2-

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