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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: May 15, 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.
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PUBLISHED EVERT SAT RnAT.DY '''supposed requisitions of the popular us,; and' equtfty" pro-!,;:tcteur of the' icne. inspired\ "' ; 1 gimmntdiateYtoI{ { ,Mr. A !! e

\\'. HAS ELL HUNT l tribunal, virtually dictate the mote the 'causes of reli JJnand ;f Then the Minister, Plt' n being: .. presented .10 the
AND PROPRIETOR. II sentiment they profess to obey ; patriotism' by checking.-':he propensity pronounced an address in his Jrsi( \", he, addressed him
a,. EDITOR u.- u".fd.t SI.'PJt, 4, thereby Ijicensinjr. in tiirmseive!: 'to imitation' amongst the language, the 'purport of 11-"'. :.'; '' ..". r f .'
: Pll h'.1,ptlOlt, Five ito 1 lars a year IPlance. flU...1S.lbser j and !)thersTll1elIdulgence of the vain and unthinking-, ,?. was to e IJtPSs. the ;s .rrai tVi -The President

Advertisements inserted at One | most vindictive I passions. The CENSOR. his-gnvettimeiit, ,and the*.pli' ; -_'w. i._.i. e._ .:.ani'ifeited by
Dollar for every twelve lines or tinder for*. standard of excellence must be always -+- wincn. ne Celt In being 'ihc "wlsh tu'canttnuti't1rt're-
the first insertion-each subsequent insertion low indeed, whilst examplesthat ] From a Buenos .tfyr Paper. through which they were of perfect harmony"and ge-:
Fitly Cents. outrage public and private Public reception of Mr. Rodney as Minis milted to his Excellency the friendship between our
..... ter Hlempetent/ary to Buenos Ayres., adding his of
.v -.rwMK duty are not only secured from 'vernor ; egret tive countries, has comman
;\ condign punishment ; but permitted The United States having of recognized ing, been obliged to defer this : to give the most. satisfac
t2tFrom
such
.f b/ a sort of suicidal act of favor th/independence sure by reason of his ill expression to the liberal fe If I-
i. :; the Southern Patriot.. : on the part of the community, of the Soyth American Governments This address was interpreted I]f{ he, as well as the l people
?' DUELLING. to exercise; 'a pernicious influence af were in actual possession the: Minister of Foref; United States, must ever
p'c The utter into which ; 0(16ei'r independence, the government after 'which letter from the
contempt .on the minds of our yoftth-educating I ; a. towards the institutions
" our prohibitory laws against du-, them as it were in .a contempt of said United States has sident of the United Slates, in, every country. I
;, elling seem to have falle.n of late, for, our own most sacred institution appointed 1 the respectable citizen, put into the hands of his to you his anxious. wishes
:o' is a subject that .deeply concerns Csesar A. Rodney, to be Minister lency, which was int .' : restoration pearc to this
;r 4 every citizen j jealous oi'ttye honor I trust it will be found that the Plenipotentiary to the Government follows. and prosperit its ti-
4 of Stale Legislation, or interested of Buenos Ayres. Mr. R. [Here followed Mr.
our popular opinion has been considerably .My own admiration of the
in the cause of public morality. rectified in this particular of arrived here on the 16ih of Nov. credentials, signed, by the Pr institutions of Colombia,
and in a few days presented the "enL.ao.d Secretary of State.] .
late years, and perhaps those who the glorious manner in
't Appeals are every day made to presume to appeato'its judgment, credentials of his mission to the After this was read and theY have been created'and
.? this community, in the hope of may find less favor than they cal. Secretar)' of Government and of preted His Excellency the affords the surest pledge
Y a Sustaining by the force of public culate upon. _I do not deny that Foreign Affairs.-After these had I error showing himself deeply sincerity of my sentiments.
opinion, the open I violation of our the merits of it.d vidual disputesmay I been examined, with that deliberation fected_ hy so high! an honor, mission shall have the hap-
laws. Honor and distinction are be sometimes submitted to the which the: importance of the diately replied through the .giving solidity and OUT
claimed at our hands' for daringly! public with propriety, as a powerful subject required: theywere admitted um of the Secretary (of to the harmonious feelings
cations that and in virtue thereof Mr. R. Relations, in these words :
trampling and impartial arbitrator, dispensing countrymen, it will be a
ought to be helil sacred, both in a the awards of i its censure was recognized in a public and of. Nothing can be more of unaffected joy to every
civ I and religious point of view. and its approbation: : but decency ficial manner, as Minister Plenipotentiary tant, nor more satisfactory, to of free government.
The toleration of such ..appeal from the Republic of the which 1 have the h
forbids that it should at the same country is on this continent and in
1 is destructive of the first principles lime be insulted in that character, United States to this government.It govern, nor indeed to myself, e, b Ir.. President, that, man
4tt of republican governmem, in by advancing as a plea of merit the was deemed necessary: immediately this testimony of friendship awakened to the long I loat
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r Which wilful disobedience to the i open violation of its laws. to give to this recognition, the Part-of the,first American that, under Heaven, he is
au.hOl'itufdu,. laws should ever Though cowardice must always so remarkable and singular in its tion. It shall be one of the of governing himself that
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a c, be regarded as an insult to the he disgraceful in whatever form it kind, that solen nit) which is customary of my duties hereafter to has not given to him in vain

people who collectively ordain i is exhibited to our notice, the inordinate on such; occasions amongall suitable returns, as I shall and intellect of a human
them. If the general sentiment ofa civilized and enlibt tened na- opportunity to I
fear of its imputation, isa very prove. ;. Every notice that can o-
1 free community, passively submits weakness, scarcely entitled ta tions, and which it teas resolved! already nominated a \ ( on a good nan, urges him
t to such an irtiirnitor does greatenfavor.. In what system of should consist of a public entrance Plenipotentiary, through 1 the institutions found
I not effectually vindicate itself
must: gradually lose the respect, taught, that mere apprehension of one of the halls of the Government friend, the President ,of the and to nourish the princi
which renders it coercive upon the the charge of cowardice is a sufficient House, attended "-\ ith such cir ted States which caa alone sustain
conduct of"individuals.That justification of murder and cum tances of splendor! as were When the ceremony was The sublimest spectacle
the purport of these remarks suicide. suited to the cerenton)'. But the the Governor invited the (' is
\ ( can enjoy, to contem
may not t be mistaken, 'I Yet do we not daily witness this unexpected{ ill health of Mr. R. men tai he seated, and after a our fellow ,man explaining
here disclaim all private or partyfeeling phantom of the imagination, as the diet not allow this put pose to becarried minutes, conversation, the \ by reason and ar :u-
t towards particular persons. pi.int of honor, more dear than ii.tq effect as soon as was ter, Plenipotentiary' took \ the! tru'h .. that voluntary
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, It i is scarcely necesj.iry to say, that existence itself," lending its votaries desired, anJ it was necessary to' the Governor, the Ministers 71l'nt is the only legitimate
;, .I aN wholly unconnected with any blindfold to a presumptuous wait for his recovery. At length sent, and the other persons, { of political power." \\' hen
V>f those who have btc'ly'l'n us violation of the mUst, sacred obligations this happy event was made knownby had been assembled to give di ion is penetiated with this
authentic narratives i.f the modes to our country and our Mr. Forbes, Secretary 'of Lega-s ty and honor to the its liberty is placed beyond
in which t'-,ey have severally: J violated Creator Is it not in our day the tion, who appeared' in the name of He was then conducted b< of force or fraud.
the! hwof! their country.: most fruitful parent of crimes ; Mr. R. ar.il gave notice to the Senvtary the first landing on the
Some of these gewlemen!, 1 cloqwHOt frequently ubuiuiut; cmin. a.vut.vtorer uf Fnreiew. Reluuons: that I stalicate. where he had been such governments, we -
have act..d conscientiously, in. the sense justice, in bosoms he was restored to health, and ; ceived, and again..'t"nt(-1 eel fondly.hopeju.seejhe people
obeying! fashionably! received notions I otherwise incorruptible ; and giving should he prepared fur his public I coach with Mr. Forbes, the continent devoted only to
of h,nor ; at il would disdain unbounded scope to the p.s- reception on the 27th December, tary, with the Chief Officer of acts which give comfort and
unlawful ''iich! these if that time slu uli be agreeable to ) rJt to domestic life, and
tl t0d.) any actv io"s of the base and the unworthy ternal Relations and .'.'
prejudices did not sanction. By the Government. In compliance and the Aid de Camp of the polish of intellectual
,
{ this| concession I would not, how- It is evident that the proper corrective 'with this intimation, orders were ernor. At his departure I the \' :' It has long, indeed
oxer be tin lerstuod to, i imply, that of this evil lies wholly with, issued on the 24lh to all the Corporation formed as at his entrance, : the doctrine of despots, that
affords the I public itself; hose good opinion and Au thuritir.. of the him.the same honors, and the.1.'i of peace are too limited
a reasonable presumption is courted at the expense of Province, that they should assem- litary band played a grand tie employments of man ;
for any species of virtue. We all so many crimes ; and it is due to4he ble on the 26th, and be present to The gentlemen who : i. I' since!'hy in this doctrine
know, or easily may know, tie hi'iiorofour country, that we honor this solemn ceremony.At Mr. Rodney, sa\y him back to ID anile'sled by the Blau#,gh-
contrary For it is notoriously snou:dudopt a standard of approbation one o'clock in the afternoon dwelling. Thtji National Flag millions. Let it them, be the
the cover u'uler which depravity, more conformable to our of the day appointed, the Chief kept hoisted till the setting of duty of those! who guide the
and even cowardice i itself, often moral feelings than one which o- Officer of the Miimt r of Foreign sun.-filakvleif Com. Reporter. of the American Repub

seek to t>escape{ or to defy public bliges us to reverse the noblest Relations, accompanied by an Aid -+- abstaining from every hos-
ani marl\"c'rsion. dictates of our minds and our de Camp of the Governor and UNITED STATES AND to demonstrate the
fi' BUll lament, whilst I am compelled hearts. Moral considerationsshould Capt. General, went in a coach of LOMBIA. of a prncipll') s moitifyj
to admit, that virtuous. and have their full weight, in state to the house of the Minister Translated from the Gazette of goad men,Sc console,tory only

t distinguished inert have sometimes. an award, so much feared and Plenipotentiary, for the punpose of published at Bagota, Dec.21st, Time has not yet, in-
f yielded occasional obedience to a courted by'the majority, of man- taking him to the GoveinmentHouse. > FOREIGN RELATIONS.The permitted us to see, in its
tyrannical code ; waicii; in the estimation kind, that the PrincPfishes le it estab The Minister and Secretary first Minister of the of, the effect which the
r of its vulgar professors, virtually abrogates all other of Legation entered this coach States of America to the American government Continent involved
fiupercedes all other laws, human rules of conduct.A and at that moment the National' of Colombia.--The IIon may
the habits the
and divine. Many of those, whose high ensibility to general o- flag vas hoisted, and a salute wa.. Richard S. Anderson arrived but or has practices
Dames have lent a factitious 5:1IICtion pini. n concerning our. individual fired. The Guards of Honor, sta- this capital on the loth enough already
to cheer the friends
to duelling, it 'is well KnuVvn, reputation for courage and probity tioned at the entrance of the Government &, after the communications .
and animate
to them
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have entered upon record the most if not itself virtue, is usually! ,, House, composed of a the department of foreign An.a to
lal1 in
solemn I protests, against their ownconduct prt sumed to be an associate of the Captain and Compan of Artillery, the 15th inst. at half past #{les which er cherishing those
k in reluctantly complying virtues. But whenever! the impulses the Corps de Garde, and Infantry, A. \1. was appointed for pr s : abjuring war and
lead
with the preposterous demands of of such an ambition, (however received the Minister, renderinghim ing, personally, his only to {peace.
an arbitrary and a criminal cus- laudable in its origin) leads us wilfully the honors Captain General, Minister Plenipotentiary to let me say that,
tom. But unfortunately their example f to transcend the obligations and grC"etin.his presence with a Executive. On.that day the the establishment of this
hdS bej-n more efficacious( of UI'r'ur duty, the state of society full hand of martial music. A Deputation cretary of State and Foreign gives to the vorld: a most
than their serious professions t)1a must be vicious that countenances of the Government, consisting fairs directed AVnr. LofleZjof example of the triumph
eonti ary conviction ; and has con- the transgression. of Dr.. D. Antonio Esraranea Department, to wait upon Mr. and of virtue, so may it

tributed, not a little, to counteract .. Can the refusal, prompted by member of the Tribunal of deraony and accompany him to to succeeding genera
the progress of the: public mind) universally) recognized moral principles Justice, and Col. D. Pedro Andres Palace. an illustrious monument of
towards a higher and more enlightened -to \embrueones hands in Garcia, waited for him at the first On his entrance the guards e of truth and a;
, standard of moral jud gmertt. unauthorized bloodshed, justly incur landing of the stair case, from him the appropriate honors. .
The: bully who refers to a pistol or the opprobrious charge of which they introduced him into Anderson, having reached the concluded, Mr. Ander
a broad sword, on every provocation cowardice ? On the contrary 1 the Government Hall, through the .lice OL Foreign Affairs,i5enr. to the Vire Presi
given or received, still passes am not less confident that i it merits, midst of anumerous concourse of received him, and expressed credential letters of Min
current as a gentleman of co r free ; than that it would receive the entire citizens, who were collected b)' him the great pleasure: which ry of the United
and often succeeds in silencing approbation of every moral the novelty of the occasion. He experienced ,in seeing, in this ; and his .Excellency, on
marks, dictated by a just estimateof and upright .citizen, if the motive was received by the Governor and. pital, a citizen so them, congratulated him
his conduct, or even by a proper be above suspicion I and that even Captain General: accompanied by 4ie immediately introduced safe arrival in the. capital of
regard !o the public service.It without reference to our prohibito- the Minister of Foreign Relations, many gentlt ireh of the High <;, saying, among other. .
in the disgrace of a tree and r 1 laws, which a true patriot can of Government and of war, and of the Senate, and of the House that, as the. United States ,
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generally moral country, and of an not conscientiously set aside. by the most distinguished Corporations 1Zc1,1CO: -- : n. l.bsotsirsuli-
age so enlightened as our own, All defence of duelling on and, Authorities, namely= of the State who were present.Mr. ich the inhabitants of this
that tie) barbarous superstition of grounds justice and expediency The Tribunal 1 of Justice, the General And'raon then presented America had held in view 0
the tt trial by battle," once consecrated is now abandoned by the majority Officers and Chiefs of the Bullitt, his private Secretary. 'their conflicts, so now they
by religion and law, should of its professors, aud the influenceof Army, the Department of Police, At the appointed hour the ) the people and' >go
: the Officers of the of State and Foreign of the Republic of Co-
continue to control over manners, habit_ and example now constitutes ClrrgYthe. tary_ ,
through the mere force of an absurd its only .hold. upon' the public Revenue and Treasury 'Departments conducted Mr.. Anderson 'to, would delight to,express
custom, bottomed on the: ancient mind. A few distinguished- the Engineers Board of principal ,Saloon of the. classic' land of American
nrejudice, when our I laws and delinquents of this class held; up.to Medicine, and'other.'distinguished where his Excellency the the high esteem- which ,they
our religion, both equally denounce public. disgrace,, as counteractingexamples individuals. The Miniate, 'Pleni- President, withthe .other entertained for its gov
It as a crime. I flatter myself.that ,. would speedily; give a poten'tiary presented .o'. the taries,:was waiting ,his arrival.In l and' political institutions)
the public mind cannot be much' decided. impulse: the, sentiment Governorby: the ,Minister, of Fo ..the'ou saloonffras the I desire to improve and;
' longer t enchained by the influence' of disapprobation,,__which, :is, now: rei Relations. '* :who indicated ',at manding' general of the. 'd :; t .mure'closely the friend- _

of those, who whilst they {pretend rapidly extending 1tsr_ .f. It ould the same time, ,. the lively feelings: in t'w'ith' .. a splendid a iem : which happily' exist.

to Justify themselves oilY by: the immediately ari est *;,moral pesti: = ,'with,'wbicb, .the novelty. ', and gr nI -. .of.all' I the< officerswho, were ip: 1 i : the two Datio .''. .
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1L11 Thecermoy; behon&ided, ments from the U.,'Statw, where loftdtir j March 6. or La Fejrcj who swallowed! _, ;

,;;; Mr.' Andertontvhen : wa about, to retire, goods 'are,, bought' high prices From the Preliminary report it tiOJHESTIC.- reptile, two'years before....l r i: .
1 descend-- with European ,in vestments. will be' 'that ''the of c by excruiiajing pain the
I ihe'Vice Presi nt compared seen Marquis From the Georgetown C. Gazette. in

S t.IFo1n.hieAv: ,ched him,. .' ,' Lansdownc ,has 'given notice, that An attempt to muzzle tAeFrea4. reason entered St, 'Louis hos plt !l" ;

>' and again' him' in .the 1 "No public paper is ,printed on Monday sev'night he.will, move A worthy member,of the House ,be opened. .An incision Was ni :' '

ino-st cordia a .. i.this fa- here -indeed Alvarado' has." not. a: an addrcssto his.Majesty to recog- Delegates in the Virginia Legislature a little below the cardiac 'Otifite: '

r'. :. .e niiliar ipt rvlew, tiie fmuluaHy press' of any,,kind. nize the Independence of the Spa- l I lately-brought in a bill, for the stomach, which. exposed 'n t' ,

", e presstlt with the grcatist frce- T-he, following American vessels nish colonies South Ar 1erica.I .- the purpose of passing a law:, imposing L-nlmal.n! immediately coiled itltlf

,I, drtu,.ihe patriotic sediments inspired are now in port -Brig Cato, is probable, that the repeated 'a heavy fine on such Printers back from 'the opening, out,

I ". by the interestilgjjccasion.When of and 'for Philadelphia.; schr. raeetings ofthe. Cabiutt. Ministers, as would publish Lottery,No- ight. An assistant 1Lt.biSfi tt
Mr. Anderson retired the Washington, Wilson, of for into the wound and drew
George several clays past, related to tices ; and strange to tell, there of
,; .I guards of the pala eptLim't. !delphia, destination uncertain tliis subject.Trav lt"r. were many advocates for it. snake.: two and ai half feet lorn?*atld
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} ; same honors.hPflTd. ; brig Columbia, of New-York, \ Would it.not be well for Editors e eighteen lines in. circumference.. It
fihewriUo him our tce, andS lor Havana, with passengers, to \ sufficient lived sixty hours. The patient
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to a
\Allaround as far as the can generally appropriate
he was accomrJSTueT tti gs residence sail in days, brig Nymph, of N. eye .felt: great relief immediately. h ,
the sum, to defray the. expenseof
cairy or as report proceeds,
' ,.. ,,.' b> three offiOrs of .Jhe de York, bound to Havana, put ,backin fac of the country bears a pro obtaining for those particular I recovery was rapid. Bait. Ft.Rt ,;
affairs.: distress and condemmd as un- ,
foreign
T. partment :
members Leather Medal with -
mising The wheat a '
t 1 r The .arrival'of the first Minister I seaworthy : bchr. Virginia, Ross, looks remarkably appearance.fine, and hid suitable emblems and devices. '; Imprisonment for Debt habee,

'. \;Weni potential oj the United- just arrived from New-Orleans fair tofill the wide graneries 'of the abolished in the .state..o( ,Main .

.. ; States in the capital of Colombia, schr Mexican. Dawson, of and : husbandman with autumnal joy.' I The Kentucky Gazeette of .yesterday We hope Massachusetts in... ,

,. : cahnot fail toinsnir, .. ..**. noat for Philadelpha, \waitine the arrival Southampton Chron. informs us, that from a description : le: ashamed follow ao good an

pledging sensations in the bosom from the interior ''or a convoy : given there is no doubtof :example., notwithstanding it ''ha('

.1 of every. friend of liberty.-This of specie, which has bean promised : .. the captive lately found (ken set by a younger, sister..... .

pleasure is greatly augmented, for the last three months.'* France.-O Indiansas notified by Governor 8tatearzottoy
, when it is remembered, that Mr. Accompanying this letter, are returned by the Electoral Collegesfor i !;- __
Cass, being of the name of JOHN
r Anderson is a citizen distinguished sundry public documents, the principal districts, the'r.are only about i : ( \ :\' \ '
JOHNSON ; and that he was taken ;
; for- estimable ami- of is the Mexican 16 Liberals. l\e I
every quality, which new Departmental ::?
about 35 since, early in the ,
years
1! especially for a sincere,' frank, and' constitution, decreed on the 31st Colleges have ye\ to select 172 morning: near Nolin creek, not far 1-: IX
f liberal character. Mr..-'Anderson, II of January. If we were to translate deputies ; but in thes\ the opposition from "
Elizabethtown, Hard in courtly ;
after having supported, in his own I itre duuht, if our readers, candidates have Xrss chancethan April 15.
Ky. lIe has several brothers : On motion of Mr. Call
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country, with the greatest zeal, the i iOf would take the trouble to read it ; the other dist rictl). M. Cam- sisters itVa...
& yet living.-We*. Mon. '
Rcaolvcd That the
cause. of the new Aml'rican3tates, i we shall therefore, at least for today bacerrs has I had an attach of apo- .; Committee

now\ comes- to reside\' among us, content ourselves with stating plexy from which he was not expected The insolent -and hatkr.eycd tif Ways and Means be instructed

; with the high character of Minister that it is, as nearly as may be, an to recover.&rcceAdvic&s. I question "Who looks at an American to inquire into the expediency of
to
Plenipotentiary, and to perfect imitation of that of the United d ?" Is Allowing a compensation JosephM.
picture triumphantly While and William
the work ofthe friends of American Slates, and saving excepting one from Zante of : answered even in the society .,f the Florida, fot services Davisonof rendered> :

4 freedom. v.."ventuic' C to fnU- very remarkable exception, viz : 1st February! state, that Patraa re- : revilers vvho employed it.-Another uie United Stales' in the
.. cipate the happiest rriuWfrom a that the Roman Catholic religionis capacity
maiiu-d under close blockade: by i gem American mould mission directed by the freeest Government to be the religion of th'< state, Attoinry and'Marshal
and land. Lord
sea Byron and : been added to the glittering circle of the District of West Florida.
on can h, and received and that no other is to be tolerated. -
Cols J Smart ,
West eslie
Ssanhojje Delamay-were I of which' J" :i by another, whkh, though April 19.
young coilctrtiIIg mea ul t's with Mauro- other geniuses, Were ornaments, in '
in the it has The form of is I The bil1 "in addition to the acts
t glorious career un government to cordalo for be&irg-ng L panto.- the person of NEWTON, one of :
dertaken devoted.all its vigilance be that of relative to it e eJec.ibn of Prrsid'ei.fcand .
a popular, representative Some AI.grrinc'esstis, which had whose latepaintings (Don Quixote ..
i end exertion to the happiness of federal, republic ; the states which taken sh< h. r under the guns of in his study) I in pronounced Vice" President. of the United
States, wu*, read the thir.J*
"I the virtuous people who have established compose the confederacy are to be that tbrli. s.s, were blockaded by by the London Literary Gazettec times
1'i it. Let then, order, and free, sovereign and independent, six It is l passed, & smc tolhe othtrr house.
; Hydrioie vessels. men to be s I cond in excellence to only fur
.! love of the Constitution and obedience as respects their internal affairs ; tioned, in Inters from Smyrna, .. one of the pictures now exhibited concurrence. .

to the laws, reign" among the powers of the legislative,.-judicial thai the Turk in Crete had received at the Royal Academy : April 20., _

: us, and Columbia will _In a few and executive departments, reinforcemcuts' from E 'ypt. .'v.\ Y. Patriot. : Mr. Euggles; presented the peti

years: hf as happy as the land of are to be separate ,and distinct ;- lion olAleanderScott, Collector'
-
,1\ WASHINGTON and FRA RLlN. population is to form the basis of at Pcnjsacbtu, praying a further aU
Iakt'r.The
A foace Boston
Mobile' .'l/rr. /ldvr. national legislature /,07./Qtt, Feb. 24. lowance of salary. Referred to the.
representationtne
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--------- .- "'. ,Guzette states that there is a
: I- -- is to be composed of a The most interesting part of the Committee. on I'in \nce.t _
/ FOR KJGJ\\: I lawyer in Quincy who settles all
t$ ... .----.- chamber of deputies, and of a sen- Parliamentary proceedings of last the difficulties that aiise 1 The joint resolution fining the

.l'rom the iraxhingtvn, Republican. ate ; all, debts contracted before night was the Chancellor of the his neighbours without fees.among I he I 1 5th day of May next, :Tor ths adb

I I MI&ICO. _the adoption of the constitution Exchequer's statement of the financial of the |ournment of the present session
prCJft'siionVt
\ correspondent WI its to us as followsALVAKADO are to be recognized by the confe concerns of the year, or gentlemen I.of Congress, wa& read: the third
"
March 20 1824. deracy. what is usually called Budget.' 01''Sumare preparing a protest time. Mr. Noble moved that itbe
Hostiliiirs !between the Castle in legal style.
The second, in importance, of Anticipating no change in the political !; ordered to lie on theable....*
of L'iioa and the GfV Cruz Georgian.
city c.-ra these documents, is a long manifesto relations of Eu."opto require This motion,was net agreed to.-*
: at\. r a cessation of more than two addressed the an extraordinary expenditure The resolution then
by sovereign: was passednd
THE CASE OF THE HOLKAR.
recommenced the
xii'iuths 18th
on congress to the people, at the moment and confident in the never ent to the other house fojx.Concurrence. .
The have styled
inst. on account of some movements ci 1 the papers already
of publishing the constitu failing resources country to .
I that coloured has been
of interference the person
by Spanish I
tion. In contains ent'ral'irw maintain a steady revenue, the
a In of notice
garrison in the maratimc department arrested, charged with being one I pursuance give
of the oi'Macambu, political events in Mexico, during Right Honorable Gentleman ventures of the crew which murdered the r yesterday, Mr. Eatua a ked leave
port i the last 14 years, points ou' on three budgets ai once, I: introduce bill amend *h '
captain mate, and of to. a to *
S miles distant from the castle.To .- supercargo
I
the of the form of and us a prospective balance *
tho launches advantages government gives the brig Hulkar, of this port. The act supplemental to an act, entl- '
this point Spanish -
of accounts for three to
just adopted, and exhortsthe years tied Act into effect ther
circumstances of the anxijt are as an to carry .
extended their cruizes and
on come. Assuming\ that.all the different -
to adhere lo it.
people 9th article of ihs Treaty with.
1" follows A short lime after the
:-
the inst. vessel
I7.th captured a In addition the above letter sources of tax.t'i.n, if al-!
to ttt*va. tt.-ci #.-A *!..*" iltv v.tvtr ur meliolkur Opa.1U.Leave: was accordingly
under the Mexican flag. On the lowed to <*> .. If utttuui.licet, WOUKI
,
and the documents w* ha* > tmentiotiecl had mutinrd, which was Cl"auled-the bill was twice read,,.-
day following, G the Cato, whave < equa-ly and referred
I brought by I in 1819, colored lad apparently t& the Committee o*
Spaniard, having sent a flag of recehed by the Fly, arrived past >eai, he proceeds lo sate the 15 or 16 old, caIne into the Claims.I

truce to the U. S. schr. Shark, the at New-York, a file of Mexican chanifis! which he thinks thai-Par Police Office years, aud stated that he
boat was fired on by the Mexican liament be e.iju-cled to adopt
the 3d of l\1alc1.- may
papers up to was on board at the ti e and voluntarily -
: House of
fort Macaiv.bo, and immediately These contain almost daily From the abolition three : eads liepreseutativea.
papers made deposition to all the
.the batteries of the castle of bounties that
opened :
o
killed
accounts of sons or wounded encourage April 15.
pel facts, which he did in. a circu -
of
I on the unfortunate city Vera bj assassins in Mexico. The the whale fishery (estimated ate staatiul m nner..Theessd, it Mr. Forsyth, from the sect

Cruz. Allured by the stale of apparent Congress was debating bout the : 50,0 00) ; thai to encourage thecuringl appeared was bound to West India committee to whom wa referredthe

,, peace, the had poorer returned classes of rights European Spaniards, residing of fish (estimated at70O0) port, &; when within a day's .- subject ofthe Georgia claimsmade ,

the inhabitants to in Mexico, also a'>out a = ; and to promote the cxportatot.of sail of the the att'' a detailed report thereupon,
port, crew (
their homes, after three months of lush linen (estimated '
of with Colom-
'recommending
treaty comnujrco blacks and murdered the an apj.rvpriaiion,
,) rose
I bitter suffering, sickness, and the bia. Don Pablo de la Llave hud at 1 OOOO-hc derives a saving (in blank,) for the purpose of extinguishing -
of atleasi third of ihe fajflJI'S. captain, mate and supercargo
death
one -
of20O00.
been s, lected for Envoy Extraordinary ; they took! "to the boat, carried away the Indian title 10 ter

\ u of and Minister Plenipotentiary 1 money and clothing and scuttled ritoi'y within the limits of Georgia.

The scourge Spanish tyrany to Great Britain: but it was Liverpool, Friday Evening, Feb. 27. the brig-the boy was The report was read.
t and has fallenea- spa"-I
.t t .viiy on.supeis'iiion the Mexican nation ; and said he would not accept the ap-' The business of the week has ed by them and on his : On motion of Mr F. the reportwas

,.\ \vhatis beheld pointment.) The general Congresshad been c one in a quiet manner, although !- htre made to the police a detail of referred to a committee of the-
most astonishing ,
;. fixed the salaries of officers of the amount of sales is pretty acts.' A few days ago the young whole on theState of the Union.
forbearance
and
is, with what pur.ence!: -
it is SUM" red.-The old different legations in the followingmanner. considerable) being 13,400 bags, man after an absence of several Apiii 19.

'1: Spaniards! in numbers, are seen every I: To the U. S. fur thinister nearly the whole hhving been taken years, cam*?'again to the I'olice, to The SPEAKER presented t.

4 day in. the streets of the principal -I S 8000, Secretary 3000. b) tie trade. Sales at 9 1-2 remind the magIstrates of the deposition the House u voluminous address

l' $ cities and towns, pursuing. Great Britain, Minister,'8 12,000, for bnvveds I of choice qualities' :I he had made in 1819, from Ninian Edwards, of --Illinois

their usual avocations unJisturbe.l. -' Secretary 4000. To Colombia, become I more frequent, and we now i which he at this day repeated almost lately appointed Minister Mexico -
Minister, S 6000, Secretary 2000. alter extreme quotation to without variation the clerk
The native Mexicans arid he pur which address-as transmittedby

Creoles are mild, humane, indolent that price ; the rest remain as! be- reading to himself his original de the writer, from Wheeling ; 8c

-, and docite-their, vices may be LATEST FROM LONDON.Ve .. fore. ;I The following is the 'business position. He then .stated that a purporting to vindicate himself

.; Si.iVly charged to a horrid despotism are obliged to the Editor of oT the,week :- black man engaged in the mutiny from certain allegations implicating

and a depraved and crafty the Boston Patriot for ; he following 271 bags Sea Islands, middlingfair and t1)urderVas now in the city, his character contained in a

superstition. Sooner or lat.*t the siip.-Wash. Kefi. to good fair, 30 at 13d, 32 at and he came to have him arrested. report lately made by the Secretary *.

law (If tetribu'ion' will be enforced By the arrival of the brig Dux- 13 l-4d, 67 at 13 1-2d,38 at 14d ; After considerable difficulty he of the Treasury, in relation to

'J lias the Spanish ,nation 'et expiated bury, Capt. Drew, from London, good clean to fine, 34 at 14 l-2d, was arrested but denied plumply government deposites in theVes

!i its awful debt to the natives of papers to the 6thMar have been 20 at |7d, 20 at 19 l-4u, 187 stain- that he ever shipped on board the tern Banks, of one of which Banks

Ii 1 America ? Cruelty, oppression, received. Annexed are extracts.A ed do. fair to good, 9d a 11 1-8d- Holkar.-Enquiry was thin set on Mr. Edwards was Director. _,

: murder and waist of all, entailing 560 0 leans, middling fair: 70 foot to discover who shipped the
20
letter received at Lloyd's Coffee at 8 1-2d 20 at 8 3-4d 62 at 9 l-8d, I April ,
,
on the: races to come, superstition : crew ofthat.brig. a wjoman was
.t and Paganism-for the religion House London, states that 140 at9\ 3-4d ; fair and good fair, produced 'of respectablecharacter, Upon the reading of the.Journal
;
4 ': )::1 practiced here is not Christianity. Vice Admirr.l Neale had sailed 40 at 9 3-4d, 20 at 10 l-8d, 12 At whose husband,,(since dead) had yesterday, it appeared that the

:! The Congress at Mexico is from Malta' for Algiers, taking 10 l-4d ; good, 85 at10 3-4d,.39 at shipped the crew of the Holkar, following gentlemen had been appointed -

engaged in endeavoring to place with him the Naiad and leaving 11 1-4(1 ; 1737 Tennessee and Mobile and the prisoner among them, to compose the committeeon
orders for all other ships of 'war inferior choice 7 l-4d the memorial of Ninian Edwards
the financcs of the country in agdbd to at a whom she well knevv.-On refer '
to follow. The Consul had late a Senator of the Unjted
embarked 9d-5864 inferior to
0 state. As yet they have not Uplands, ring to the papers at the Custom
succeeded. Projects of reform are with the Admiral. Of' the middling: fair,'39 at 7 l-4d, 34 at House-the name of the prisoner- States;from the state of Illinois:! ,

:: before that body, whose task is a Algerine fotce now at sea, we have_ 7 l-2d. 105,at' 7 5-8d,235. all 3-4d, appears on' the. roll of equipage as yesterday presented the House
nOcorrect cccount, but it is said at 8d fair viz : Messrs Floyd, Livingston
difficult one. Meanwhile confidence 316 to,good fair,281 at a seaman ; and with the. positive *

i. is uncertain and vacillating.: to consist of two frigates, two corvettes '8 l-7d? 1178, at 8. 14d435 at 8. l testimony of.the.-young man; that Webster, Randolph,."Taylor, Me

: The funds of the mercantile classes and several small vessel 3-8, 605 at,8 1-2d, 470 at 8 5-8 ; i he was one ,of the persons engaged, Arthur, and Owen.

: 1 : are detained in the.interior, for and about the 8th inst. they' were good, p162 at <6< 3-8d, 150 at 8:7-8d, makes out, to say the least, a April 51..

-want of protection in the transportation : cruising off the. coast' of Spain, ha- 68Qat19d.< ; choice' .43 at 9 '1-4d, strong case.-The fart .r opootinp The joint resolution :from'the-

: to tnc coast, titner ue-, vtn1capflLIw vessel near Bcnedomi.a apamsn AIL nshing the 140'al 9*'i.ad.: 4150 of Egyptian the fate ofthe brig are well knpwn; Senate, fixing a time,for the, adjournmentMCongres -..

:: cause the government cannot or, SoUth1Anrican and West Indian, the underwriters have long since I5th May
British vessels at Gibraltar bound
( will not do the needful. I believe'Up the Mediterranean,: were, waiting ate .114.to'12d. paid the loss all was almost for next-was twice read. -,. .' ..

i. the defect is in the feeble state of there for Respe&fully, &c. gotten, ,except by that Divine Mr. ROSS:moved to refer'it to.

I the administration, which appear: convoy .' GEORGE HOLT & Co., interposition., which sooner or la. the joint committee yesterday appointed

to be well disposed. The deaths of the Marquis' of Prices.this Jay:-Sea.. Island,fine ter brings to'light the Heeds 'of on the part 'of this Houso..

: "Cargoes arnvinjjon the coast, Fitchfield. and Mr. Viott'v a;celebrated ,and'cl an, 15 a '33d.;: good. clean darkness. The man is to be tried to determine, ,on what business '

; t I 6n4 no sale, rliey are forwarded to performer. on latest theviolin, are,, and rather fine, 14a15d, ,; clean by tb" Circuit(CJmrt$ .of the United shall be; taken up at.the present' .set*. -
announced in the London
the populous cities of the interior, fair,-not.' fine, 13 a 14d_, middling! Stfea i probably. 'this'month", sion,' and 'at what time the two

y .' which are at present, glutted with paper. 12"a,.13d ; inferior, U 1-2 a 12d ; 01 ;'..at. 4dv., Houses, 'shall adjourn.

; almost every species or mer.chan- Mr. Bowditch, the. .Traveller stained: a- lid',; ,Orleans. 8 'a lid_ I After some discussion.,the resolution '

'Ji dize. The account of sacrlflce( *,- died: on. 'the river Gambia :Tea ind. Mobile J '7' 1-4: a 8 l-2d ; A surgical operation was 'performed :was referred to ;the joint,

$ I it open, and promises to be a hea;. on the 10th January", fiavitig'juit IJpIId,71.4 a'91-2d.. at St.. .Louis hospital!, inParis committee 'yesterday appointed:fcg

j I vy one, principally. against. ,ship." completed A survey of- that\ :river.: I r Mobile' 'Mer. Ad.,'.. )the last.season. ,.)'.on. 'a peasant ,,the: ..motion'of Mr..TaylqrI ., ... _..
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4 : --- ----. a' t once!l those.te' tfibtd M scanty a ihrce,1J1imrte..then take itfrom the,fire tmtrtD'STA 9F .AMETHCA.tt. .

iJ1 t; ; lI@. COJf" { fUNIC.JTI'Jk8' t portion.of rnilk_ that they-,are unable to and let the 'o3cootftlft- :minutes, '1 litrlct''o.IJfil.tFl: rjda, .

mtlkebut readily, 'and ;as, the, atroospherical and filtrate' as b f9tc., Afterwards. hare ; M.1l\\"LT'

S.TUn!. .' For the Pentdrola,Gazette* heat of the fuinmcr prevents the a well:.washed kettle--pour .the liquor into !' = ) .,

an 1.Y'15-1824.- i, Ma. Ilrvr.-r-The question, in relatira : preserratioin of milk for,leTeral dayar'exempt it and boil,it'very slowly until it has-acquire HERE'A9t' a a'Libel hath been filed.

vindexin to the jurisdiction the, Superior CourtsofthisTecriton from ihc_, alteration which radically I .a\ ifiicieht!thickness, of which .-_> in the District Court of the United

pear in\our next unavoidableircumtan.I ',and the distinction between I destroys HJ butyrous qualities\ it would I,!you can judge,by drawing. 'a.string of it Stated for West Florida, on the thirteen

1 ces having compelled us to postpone it. tj'cir Territorial and Federal powers presume, he desirable, that'the. owner, between two fingers,' or much' better by inst..by..Wm. F. Steele, Esq. Attorney of

ha. given:rise tc .much discussion and cOws should become acquainted with a I trying it',with ajgravimeter'; if when hot the'United States for said District ,againsta

Col. Humphreys, Indian Agent i n "FieriJa will continue to do so, until it shall be definitively process' ;'by means-- ,of'which such :altcra- the instrument sink,;into it down' to the certain boat, called a four oared row

. has been in our city for some weeks, ) settled, Legislative provision; may bed prevented, and milk preitervtioit f 32d'or 33rd degree, it'will when perfectly -; boat- fiPgthat &leautder Scott Esq.

< an abstract examination of the subject at fresh'an 1 sweet, fora Echoic ,week for cool mark 37 or 38 and at ,that 'point collector or'port of Pensacola, has}

end we understand will shortly set out for this time,'would be entirely profitless and instance ir the suu!met;season -, notwithstandmg.ths will not ferment,provided it is ,kept in seized the saia&oai' as forfeited to the

Washington, in company with se'eml,1)f unnecessarvliut that in ib practical effects IUntonns to whidi. that i well corked bottles,'in as,cool places as I use df the .said United States ; and for

.i the Chiefs, on a visit to the President of upon the'inhabitants here, it is attended season iss i bJect this. climate"will !. I this,that.o the.10th cbYlnl in the

the United States. 1 with consequences that require .Take tw lvc pounds .of horse radiahtcut That'which Terrains on the strainer, ateach ye ar qf our Lord one ; hun

_- ,- j' exposition and correction. At the meeting it smsl and po\tf upon it as many filtration as well as the scum, ma) I I dred knd twenty-four the ,aforesaid boat

. friend has favored us with the* followfro : of the first Legislative Council, almost pounds of v'rater, place,this in aj i Alanrbic be well washed with boiling water, and Sid I unlawfully receive from ;onboard, a

A from the fi'St question importance to be..de let it s:and'during one night,and early reduced to a consistence of sirup, this can certafoship 'called the Boyeca, at that

-t, extract from a letter received cited was how is the government to be in the nomluglight a fire u:ider it, be used by itself,'but not mixed with the time galYtog in the aforesaid port. .of Pan sa- ,

:10 officer at Tampa Bay. : supported ?" It was necessary that offences arW pro e'e:! to distil lliercfrom'four bottles former, a? it,would spoil it altogether.The cola, dnd laden in part with goods- ware

"Our progress at this secluded pest,,ha* j should bf-prosecuted and criminals of a disftilled water, which mari be piece of cloth intended to.be. used njercha.ndize not die' growth of the _.

.., teen marked with no Incident of ah interoting punished ; to do this, Jails and Jailors, entirely free from any fiery_taste; it is al- ass strainer, should be carefully washed, United States, certain boxes of merchan'

nature, since I ,wrote you last, save Bailiffs, justices, Grand and Petit Jurors st> of the utmost importance that the i I first in hot, and then in ,cold water, without dine, to wit : two boxes of brown Havana :

.' one or two Indian alarms Information were to provided, as the indispensable worm,through which the vapours arc to soap, as the least tinge ,of soap would Sugaij; & that the said boat_ called fouroaredjrow '

, VAs brought us some three.or four weeks instruments in the accomplishment of be condensed be of block tin, not of copper alter the'sirup materially., +: boat was then&_there owned by

;:. since, that the warriors of the Forest, to. these objects they could not be provided and that the receiver be'of glass.- The kettles used should be of'copper, and it} charge of one Robert Breen and

' the! number of five hundred, had assem- without money. A resort to taxation was The water should be carefully preservedin not'of iron, if perfection is intended; the who was aided and assisted in unlading asaforesaid .

b'lctl, and wcre'ithil three miles of us- a\ery unpleasant one, upon a sparce and plss bottles well btopped. Then in more shallow the kettle the better,it must from the ship aforesaid, the a-

the consequence was, that we were under indigent population : but although tHe each gallon!of mills which you wish to be large enough to admit the boiling up' foresajd boxes of merchandize by one '

urn, fr a wh<.lc night, and put to consi- I people were poor, it was necessary that preserve,put eight spoon-fulls of the water of the liquor; which'however, should beth nA. Bell,contrary to the. laws of

dcw'jle additional trouble-the result j they should be protected from violence, and star it until it is well mixed ; }ou kept down by constant stirring, and e' tfoited States, in such case made and

nrored the report to be without found robbery & murder The Superior Courts may then i jplao? the vessels containiug sprinkling cold water on surface. prove J ed.. And for that reason of all and

atun. A portion of the Indians are on1Uirjbtcdly were i inverted., r"jur.siV.ction: of these this milk where you please ; you may e-' In extracting the honey from,the comb singufer the premises aforesaid, the afore,
t
disaffected, and displeased! at }I Onences T but it did not fellow, becausethe veer expose tbcm uncovered, to the most care must be taken not to mix together said bfrat is forfeited traps use 'of the U.

the treaty lately made, but 1 have: not the 'govcrr.meni had established the Court scorching rjys of the sun, during the dog- that part which flows easily from the comb, nited States: And praying the usual process

., ,t mlllest Idea taat any hostile measures I that they votild paj the expenses, thus days and tlje) 1.H( will not undergo the with that part which is extracted by boiling atid monition of tiis honorable court, -

ja\v.rds us wilt be conceived or adopted situated, A law was passed imposing a moderate least alteration, tiot even a fly or any o- jn water, pressing those combs afterwards that af persons interested the premie

1" a.l j' them.-Their intercourse with the tai to be collected after the intervention t let insect 'will approach near it : yet thetbllk the former will afford sirup of es, anti;UH due proceedings being had, -

ca-itoament has for some t'me, been veryjMijtcd. of a s:salon of Congress, and after will n tt Slave any bad taste, lurin, the most exquisite kind, like the so celebrated that tic same may be condemned and, for.eitedto -

t : : The necess.ty of making this a the i ciit meeting:of the Council, to afford the three first Maya only it will have acquired Xarbotmehoneyrthe lIther can never the use of the.said United States,

. c-J'Ury pot is not doubted, and it is >erytrtiii an opportunity for an application to a lit|lr ofn tr.ngent ,virtue but be rendered equal to it, and mixing according to the-form of the statute in such

: tat! tlC! eiUbliauaieut will be ghee that boil UT an act on the subject, and on the fourth, iTo trace of this will be an} the t*'would spoil the whole. case made and provided. .

1 Ja at.n 6I fib-cult provision be made by Corset ss, longer perceivable and the cream may Therefore, in pursuance of the raoni-
Hut let it be observed that the
I---- --- the Council; could repeal the law ir.ipos- lie separateljust| &s it tne abut process proceeding lion, tjnder.the seal 1 o'the said Court tome

r The Tintrr Bitt passed the House ofJSepresentatheaon sal Uc taxes ; against this law however. had wOt been used.HONEY. J' consists of two very d.stir.ct parts,and directed and delivered, 1 do hereby
that be had
either
recourse to
1 4 uuy process ,
the Icing ult. and received tht i e were petitions and remon trances L GIVE NOTICE
separate! according to the views ot ,
the who clamcrous MB. limiT -Inojr last number I }
by same men are now most to all ft ,
its first reading m the Senate on ti':i the owner ls it cleared only to preservethe singular every person or pesons interested .
aa'nl the difficulties, in whichvt- called ticatcntioiit! our fcliow cuizeis,% in tiie said
;
from tire hot &
lioney by separating it am especially theuforebyiid
ISi'i.V.'e .
. Sbe are i involved, the law was repeided, and to ihe cun:.f'ort3 u}'d Lie '. : >j.tJtH : Hob.ert.Breen
chat matter ? let the first be uied- that they be and
...... part ;
this destruction of the of l obtained the labours
rom ot
the
by oily means mibnt Ct appear brforfctne said
r "tiie
clarified: Court
and
:b it tne object to get it at Court
arc informed wet Gov. Duval Irs attaining the object alluded to, the goernment \'; trCll11):, j countrx, &o naturally gifted ,lore agreeable to the eye as well as U. iimne m PcasacoU I on th.first Monday
1 l i.istr.ictioiis from hc either assumed the of fur the utiuiis or this ind'iair.ous nisi of November
.received Secretxn payment opei the p.late, without caring for lUpreserva- nex t, then and there w at. ..
t of War, to select and send to \Vr.shIngtonomeof ; these incidental expenses, or into tided towitlihoM ct. 1 itaxe pointed out an t'.iyy mou" tiuu fur a long; space oFt ,,ee ?then let the terpaethesreiaimfurtlttsam e,'andaiake
: tiom the Terr.lurj cnil jf vernrat 111 muit.piN i h tc 111\.8 of ulrr. itul. the .ad be used alone: and let it x.ieirAllegation: in that behalf
z. t'c\
'
cl: + ui'ifd and impJrtlnl process
the mot ::
; -.t and the Jtniniitration of law, but il\ar.aJd ,41. ,ir militants, or 01 nHhn'. bee ployed altogether if bola results j VViihamjSebree
)
chiefs of the rlou.i.'i nuliiir.', on a tll.S ,t5bit ut Congri-bS \\ai not emb .116" then II jiii 02.c h \ e Ill..nutller(11.- t
are aimed at.
*..;lt to the President t:'He United fctatcs. died in a Le.g-ss.ttn: e act and those wnJia.vchud !( out the k.u' (.Liugtr, and w.tu very htt.c The above, to some improvements alshal.F

' This: .' t \'t :uGid- : :uth to do! with p.dnJ wnt.. [;u, lJltII"bu jy.Oiii.scd. 10 pO.IU: out aitfaclioii previous Pesapohfay 14th. 182 -1 ..2 w, .
measure ::pt j'e- o u. y A'incli have been made on it, obtained -, ,
rind :It J'tficuH! totm'times to laws if U ; cull .
get ex- IH.Je 7' presort a*
: GUS uul proper ; it i cumulated to Have fur its author a prenr.um: ot four U l fret STATES OF AMERICA.
cutcti., rift less reasonable umpsiU, ant, tou ot fe h'Hit.')' ,n A state of par t. Mai .
nndrcl dollars, winch: was voted to iu;
" beneficial inrluer.cc on the. minds of our Djs'rict of Wrt Florida
xotic afi'Jl day the huts 99.
ma.n'nt arc t>o qu as to attemptthe that ix" gvtiitrcu
= brethren of the forest throughout the Ttrt'.lory ;otter, will cfren declaim hgkiifet : I p/j- ..t I' t.'rti.e, I i nay.become all OJjl.'CI)1 Lux- oythe arts.society for the encouragement P.lithe ,' 1 e\\\sU IAL'I '

: by giving .h-CI:., thrvuijli! the i.c- :..c f.:ilh, a ill:Jut eKcl.( 'I 1 he reauit of a" n v tiMiiutt: } Ok ua.i. ho'.vr.: on tilt taJHS \ff1.HJ.nEAS,2 libel hath been filed,
in
" dum: of their priacipul liicn, a suitable t.s, has been, first after one or riotsj .1 l set uW inhabitants of ths i tTihoaiu.Cip ... Vthe District Court of the United

ear.* iifgociation, alter accounts ire taUjn I / .-&aJ for
idea of the .t1 of state? West Florida on the
resources tuejfurcraaient
a: fourteenth
power i fi.r six; iM/nttis together; with rue sealUuuro .- 'Oli 1'iuuti'd to ail t,11.)1': sill ir.at cani tt CAU i ION. nstaiit by Wm. F. Steele

1 under \ios: protection the!: ) ,trii, aril! those interested s.ibjecte i ito .Jt lC.titl.lt uitiul, fur the benefit ofmvIxills Paddy Scutt and ten Spaniards. the: tinted States for sari Esq.; Attorney
: District
1 have placed thcmoch'csbtSi e5 uliich, tne' -tL'ag't ail/i arrows of outr.,gcoI ... kl o.li' r. '.( <| I of Irainl! i certain boxes a-
I are in possession a lon;; Spanish of Merchandize
? tot
t I fortu a-, ** the iii- ole:.ce office-,*- tc.- it .i a in v,) r..K.m limitlie' first -. boxes
proiniMiig two of brow
;
r
four \\ : n Havana
brat tic Marlii! ol tiiis has Launch, (:having a pouml sugar
D'.sinct
SUt ,
1'CUiV.OU
. lstuy c..a i > iuuUC 111 to lilis >ubject. ; Alexander
venerable
tattler, our chief magistraif, I :-i ; 4atng Scott,Jr. Esq. act* .
with whir.-
: bra n Miionncd. that it is doubtu! whe- Jn Jtiji our i. ivv tz jabr.siii a cot ii her gunwale) collector of the
tail to convince those chit port of PensacohJ
1 cunnct :, \\ ho ng hatheized
j i i the- !his act ",slits for Terrier; al l i-x.,e-'si-* InCtnih.l v yiS.Cli alcu l.ie .U\..1110(10'thc they al'e cruizing about the coast. the said two boxes

1 visit hint, of!his kind: and patcruul l kehsig ;jc.n: : i.r a'.Io.ved.; that there is iyj nci ,l. :'(etitants 1'luugh Uiis/ pit/ccs4 was trigeCt1uL Pus hoarier (for whom a reward ol"fifty cited to the United States of, for sugar that, as for

towards h':: red cli'tdten, rnd h'.j couti..; ;. ..,rl.ila: lt, although but a (few weeks .,,,.11{i nol cluVVuirdvju S'JCCcS1: dollar is offered by the Mayor he thirtieth day of April in the on the ofmr

-, desire' to promote their r-io-'ptri'v and sl,n't' IIILV 1 pauiaii :ICCOU't for Tcmtonutvie 4_U'. L'a o\a.oq a jifottajv'r of curali;try mj : liord, one thousand ver '
f:: s, "f ulout 8 JJJ. .(\ .., tl\.,tell till t..c same ) called on board the British the eight hundred &
four said
; : I 1 euojtciauuuVciicuit twenty two boxes
It appteas.1o A fl.of the .. l rar in the two of sugarwereunladen ;
inconvenience* and oj.fasiont A .in ai. he aCieucc wn>ch. lyinjj bay, a day or from on board '
I from this state of things* itlJ tCtil'ncd I Han lOu.il t pOjsCtiixd Ills since and ; a certain 1ip|
: ) was recognized as an
ma\
; the Ba
:. would call particular attention condition or vessel Called ,eea, at that tim ',
l'A\"U'i.J. \ our ; a man iiv.ngI 'Ctl'.rclll'"tI'C N tai Cl.IVCtca and UiXrc ,

-' nf our readers 'to two essays in oar sic- I I. t miles fru.n this place, happened t., iCll' ..;.t i
eedmg columns; they are tiitcixatutg, & I: he on his but,', a.id! saw two boldiers take inure tilujjtaiiCLS* ifi ." a.-iuo.which! ;
0 .I ifoni a tl.flVr "f tv,4t. tar mtxJca ur s>oidiers Hl' l" {;..lA, to C tiaCt: '..Satata:'.?r pri1CIPl. f }
YC sincerely !hope tiiat thy P *'t'hY \t.
f >
United
l\ : ; cbtilil1; ;;,they! were Accused of theft, alia iU'ui lUO c AOlCti Uu lair an op.poriuiuiv Scott) appears'iotoe his name.I .-' ami, I that the said] two boxes States,;
exertions of farmers rendered of
our ue : ur- h e fcuiriiitoiieu as a witness and then rccogmxc'fi to tru.'.. upon, :hr .uv\V bus T. This I gang called again, and helped landed at Pen.-acola from sugar were
f I fhl. If our correspondent j-uccteds in Inducing 'I tinder a heavy penalty, to attei.u CVIIC.U.vh"ltU respect to .stores \.hC 11 on board the said
f themscL-vett to provisions &c demanding ship :called the Boyeca before '
them to turn thur attention to the the court he tt travelled St miles, mostof uCtr .iall.J.l.r! ; be n.ecrj& under .I 'had the saii*
I Ithey been
I
I but found hip duly authorized
wimple and easy ir.ethods: so ch'. point. i i liu-; \vy onVoot, attended! five or six 11llSteliL', N ,respect ;o tSt: .uar from liquors, none ; officer or officers of by the pro-
the
them !j j I d U\ s, the ti-a'! came on. an.l ,it appeared l rue tJI..It. : tree, {.lctr Xuchaitiutm,) wli ch stated that they were boun'i customs,, to'.
Qd out to rev trust that our section unlade the same, and
that tin.! onc' <.'.*\.as not larceny, but trrspss tie iiua never: Sceii, and w'l1Ic" my ucrsou- for the lakes, and pulled.for Pass of contrary to the revenue
the
laws
of country J :1)'lJc made literally; a land II United States in such
ihs Attorney of the Te ntory euured ai cx ciieLCe: aauiur.ae me to USCI to Heron. '
:
jfiotvmgwith t'nk; awl Jioncj' ; than which u no (iio-. ana tUi,, hti.i>bie and poor oe in itaeii tae must perfect and the free. case made and provided ; and which said

BO words ca be ftJlllld .Gie enipliaticalh' I I It ihUividtirtrlui.il the pleasure of moving vii, I: cst UI all l he rluids coutaaiing sl1J'arlhA'tcr By a gentleman from Pensacola, two boxes of sugar were placed in a certain
boat and lauded
from .
tlcscripliie of the most, desirable ot all red ti'ur, pncunnga frenu mwi, charm, to I UiUugu i not tae ncheat if cumPLet "- we learn that ten of the crew of the charge and possession said boat in

g-ons. And certainly l notwithstanding I pay a part o! ho oill, and begging ':..I : 4. ty itsj Uciist\ rtitliihe juice of the Spanish armed ship Ceres, prize Bell,from whose possession one and Wm. A.
tor the balar.ce, walk home, withoutone edl, .i'1qrlfJ A'jcAatv/ira.) In Proust'sni custody
t
the Patriots had stolen boat
(';lie sneers wit: whicti the indolent and to a the said boxes of sugar were afterward
i, cent ol cniipen utton-many of tit I. "',I' 1atUltsurei; ni id-jo, there is thetduwHtg
r, lJe: i ignorant regard the soil of tins tcfii 7 Jurors weic in iiie same predicament passage, so precious in the Hio- and abscJnded-thry have, it ap seized as forfeited to the use of the Uni .

I, tory ; here every one may set under his anti it ;is.n \a'h t that they are told, tint tag, aiiUaujucccpUble! { m every point ot pears made Scott, alias Glass ted and States monition; ana of this praying honorable the usual process j

. vic;; and his fig tree, and regale himself the Manual should pay, n- has no authority ;- vlr,.', tint 1 cannot help translating") their commander.The public} all persons interested in the said Court that. .
two boxes
. nits: the deiiC.OILS repasts fur.iuhcd! from ether tro.n law'or instruction, and it :snot ti-oiu the or,| gmtii, tor the purpose ot inAcnuijj will do well to be on their guard of sugar, may be cited to andanswer
correct s>o to contend or to infUuie lic. .. "1 be destiny of the bet appear
Je house and the Mobile Com. Reg. to the premises and
dairy: hive, without; be- ; all due pro.
1" the HHiu> of the uniiifcriued: upon thiskubject. ib ti> Sip ir6ui the noversa vegetable )- Yceetbngsbeing
ptxUuc. had that
,
the
L.gtlepciiuant: upon otnei-s for these That the juror are ent.t.*d tocouipeusution wn.cji. were it not for their industry, condemned and forfeited same maybe
to the
-t 1,lcttret of iuturies.'e need Ol.}. beattentive tticrc can belo dtubt"butthe A'oil Id be lost to us ; but which buunluus CThe Board of Claims under the the United States, according to the use form of '

C sinesriou3ancj to, the proper Mr.rchul cannot make laws not even providence "has, bj tUat" means applied first article' of the Treaty+. of Ghrnt'to of the statutes in such case made and pro.
with the u"SI'.hilC't' o;UK- court, both art;- to our contort h thus, he adds *' t1ituseollsiiaua
soil!
products 01 our and we m y,daily mw.ise lr award indemnity fur deported vidcd. _, -
ted ragat: ext'c: e, but n. t enact a Jaw.It .- irausuded from tne 1I e- Therefore in

ef tie :n prosperity and nrKutnce in spit( can only be crLctcU: by the Lf gisl laliveCountll lesc(1'ilus l..a.c.s eagerly; {" uerett 0. Slaves) adjourned a few ;days atap, lion, under,the pursuance seal of the of said the court monl to .

injustice and neglect which our c. or ) 1
tizer.s have experienced iro.u our parentTKKH170RY HQ310.Mr. .. in tae >wcct and agreeable hone) ami '0 agree on the questi of the :; GIVE NOTICE
8 1'0cnuncnt.. t. e useful wa:." ,
--- --- which :
ascertain
i'he nation o'er tht average value, to to alf{ and,singular, every person or .
'J H ; Etltor.-\n article in the East Florida winged forest flies : pel'sons
1 hen on tile meads : we understand they are collecting : interested in the said two boxes of
- OP ,.. Herald teas retVie.ice to of stooping and leaf
t' jutUA. GADSDENCULM a repoit a .
1 Y. law case, sdto hat! been made here, & bor.s further information. i ii i SII# r, and especially Wm. A Bell, ,that

. County Coin't, dpnl Term, 182-i. has made it the .-itbjtct; fits lucubrations. They skim the flood, and sip the purple. Wash. Republican \1th, ult. foresaidatthe they:be and appear before the Court a.
Court in
Present, lion. Jonathan Robinson, Judge.We lam much lratifr:; ;l at the eels br.ty of flowers" House PensacoLi
r the
first
of
the Grand Jurors for the County ofCadsdcn tne West 'lf'li.l. U-ports they \vill no Dryden. I on Monday November next 9
then and there to claim for
congratulate the Honorable doubt acquire lor the Reporter imperisha After Proust in Spain, .Caverzzah in Jrn ) \ interpose a the
re
I t r same ami to make their
Court and the inhabitants of said Count), ble fame, and id future uges be quoted, PiedmontiBracconotin! Nanci Pallet i in I J n 4I.1 that behalf.* allegations. Oft

. .siidt fete ubjeets'orth). ;f pUMrntiucntu though anonymous, as Lord Coke's are i Belgium and, Dive in England, the j'lstl.1

110. >e come under our knowledge. : rdun I'b now, without his name, by the en.nhaticstvlc 1 I celebrated The"uard enter''d fire lists .in PORT (J F P Eh.'l.:1C 0[.'. i William Sebree, .'
-I
the prt'b'ciit term Hut, s.tuated as the of" The Jteports." Pans ; still all of them without having !I Iar.shalv.. F.

- "i-.iiie pJ;uton of this County; is, sur ; BRIEF.P. fully obtained the desired effect. It was Pettsacala, 11ay 14th 1824; -10 2w. '
9 toniKitdbyiiuiiy of the Aboriginal inha- S. The writer conceives it a. most serious not until the year Idl4, that one Mr. Jaa, ARRIVED, .

h-taiits, who, though very friendly "amich offence to be, charged and 'presented snuger, a member of the Theresiair Acadcni Sch. Gen.. Call, Blunt, Perdido,.Lumber. Territory of Iflorida.r .

di>pc t'du-e yet :cable to be roused by the Grand Jury *If "an up>ight & ) Vienna, found out that ,part ot To WiMcm Christie, Thomas'Spulding, J& ., :

*mt mijjvlled to tile most atrocious acts, cnlighti ilea .Magistrate i ," a ,'ery serious the wax, aftrothe mechanical extracts Sch. Marie< Rose, Garcia, 51 i days from lexmde-r Gordon, & all others concerned :' ,

I t>) ihe! nr.broprcsentations: of bad and deiJ"r offence ,II the cye4 of many, and deserving of the:honey from the combs, still remained N. Orleans ; 46 passengers. ;: Jfbtice is Hereby -Gave :

e $> : ; men ; we feel sorry to be 'com punishment, and no doubt if it Had dissolved in the honey by means ot Brig Mary, Merrick, Tampa Bay, to '

e pelled to present as a grievance, Stephen not been suppressed from the worst of tome animal substance, and that it was ot James Selby, & Co. passengerMr.|! Seixas. THAT the undersigned in pursuance o? t'

e JuchardsUie Indian Interpreter, who, re- wutive, would have Heen put into legal: t ,the utuiostj importance to disengage those United States transport Sch. Florid recte'd' :the.hon.writ of partition,to them di-,

Idw: 'g beyond the jurisdiction of tins form of indictment and the atrocious offender I. two princjptesfrom the sachanne principle Baker, New-Orleans via Mobile, 4 ladies Westh'loridaattbe; by the superior court 'of

- urt, is iu Ue habit of usin g the influence brought) to condign punishment.Domestic ortluhoney| could never be purified and gentlemen passengers. of and' obtained May:term 1824 the'e* ': .

.J A 'h:C.l.his situation as interpreter gives F. or preserved," numerous experiments led Sch. Trial, Simon 3 days;' out from ; bert upon the petition of Ro ,
fcai: I, ojVpoisoning the minds lulu l 'to a process which I have this : litchell for himself and as trustee; :.'
J, of said Indi- repeated port, put back in distress.:; i others
, *'l> by false re N resents trans' against the upon some!honey brought from the Island Sch. Hard _Times Francis; Escambia, I who joined him in the applicatiSOf
o Economy.It i to Wit 'Colin
]Mitchel
*Me,population of thie Temtory. of Cuba> to the United States, and which I Lumber, Bricks,Sec '' : ,John .I'liish.m.. '

,i r We also, present as a grievance the is realty astonishing, that in a countrywhere I. with some)mprovements printed by'him, Sch Heavy Taxes Pierre,! Escambia,. .Cam\- chan. r1.blQraihwttJtalne:John P. Williamson fc.,- Benjamixxr& -'-ta ___- ,
. of the
- one riches of theinhub.tants : enIj
I of principal and also t now as having Oneks&c. ,
tipoise vending spirituous liquors to tried present I : t convene at the-boWie of Major Jonathan
s.1J is their cattle, butter should I been the ir o>;tsatisfactory to me m its re, Sch. No Cash Celestine Escambia,Tar Robinson the 25th
be so scarce, even in the houses of those ,ults.i i and : on day of July text .5oorder .
IIElRYOUNGE, Forc *n. -. .. produce. to proceed to complete '
aruc(F. .tfc\ tw ciitcd Upon plantations tit at I Isrrrocess.-=rats, of oak Brosnaham partition ,
eft, Joker lines, tme pound Sloop Me Comb, Yellow
.
of and divide in
most of the ,, a
time beneficial
most
manner -
b'orulbirJur uaCfm, Jesse Bird they are entirely deprived bark, let i itlbe well cleaned from all extraneous Water .
:_ .t 1)l.el, i/rr, CuUen F. lw arch of this) comfort of the rural life, unless matter powder it fine-boil it for in the.judgment of the undersigned, to all .
CLEARED.
>' J''irl Xvi ce, Archibald they purcna.se'it at the market in Fensaco- one hour ii four gallons of water (rain water the parties concerned that tract of land /
Smith
Y'c; SmithJr. Daniel JU. .11c ten. la, to which more, distant farmers bring i it; preference) pour one-gallort 'of h v- Schr..Tt>tn Shields, Korsythj: N. Orleans or a part thereoflymg and being between / ,
m.e
TI 9' .. or at the grocer's where it can seldom be Ship Persia Merrihew New-York'car- the rivers St. Marks and Appalachicola, .
"' /un McKenne ney juts itj and coutin e' to boil this .together ,;
o. -, .l I.tf.n.c J:.... Jatlata had in a slattt fit for use, during the su m. I fOlt one hour: longer, constantly go 607 bales cotton and a quantity. of cedar commonly"known by the nk'rtme of"Forbes ;:
: Hurley .
.Il raft 'The point of purchase, excepting therefrom certaiireserves
s' 1 arJ; .'''; JJikum difficulty, I have been stirring skimming the liquor carefully ; timber. j [.
/ Ct.I'Her '
. 1. :, II fJtr 1'alrartl''. {Aid, into preserve he milk, so as to have then strainit it through a piece of cloth Sch. Gen. Call, Blunt, Mobile.: belonging. and J.lnnerarity. .

" ," CJrdrc hJ lM Court That asuflicieiit quantity on hand at once, from 2d Process-Pair the '-liquor, prepared 8IoopYank"ee. Potter, Philadelphia. and others; the said partition to be made, ,
; the forego- which the crtam might be, set for Keelboat VV kins i or so btuch thereof as practicable,and re
R rlSt'lltlC&t"nb.be apart as above, -tin on the fire, add to, it tire Judge.., ,.Loftuv, Big '
j. Q.rscol. published in 'the. _the purpose. of churning, it being, the Spring, hoc achie. turned to the next November term of th$ '. .
Ga2ette and West .t general drachms o char in powder, make, it boil I ,, '
Florida said
Ad-
O. 2'ttt4er.v .custom in tliis country to allow the two or thrJe minutes then.sf vihe fire Superior' Court : ,
in the wOOd all the op ; --. ': \ Jonathan Jlobinsonf .
.cows to tariff year, have five charcoal, 1" / ;- 1
Attest punccsbf powdereb\- t
; ,
/ : and to see them on1Y.;at the time of branding well washed and dried shovel. and 'T BE'citis ells }$ -'Ceitnty ,fEteambia ,; ,.'. 'di.. 1 :
lOXATItAX on a .
mend .
)
ilCBlXSOX .
t are invited ta at a meeting to beheld ,
their As the owner .1Iinr
yearly offspring. when still bet.throw. it into" the liquor .
'r : quite '
idinK Juc1. e, G. C. G. for on f'rirlapthe 21rt of tit month,at the ; ...
ittA 311CII.' possess their cattle the single purpose ,stir tiie,whole very carefully so that ;- ,,., J&enry Yon. ,t ,
I.JIAIt'J.J.. P. Court HQU9eiriPenacotatat5otckcktP.AL "- 11.1.11 .
of and abandon all the fiil k '. v
. OS production, it be ,mixed then add 'the i co 1 i.--i1, ,
may .perfectly
l'H ]lciiillll': J. P. that of the to take,into conrideration a tulyect ofvcrgmimentiuiinlereittQ .' Mark ,
to
J1.'IU' the \'; excepting only whites or'two eggs beaten ins pint of water !i ,-' .j' ., Money,
L 'YUll'J.J. ,u few wiiicu for unily aU. r Robcri'lcorba,
1i cows they reserve : start tUo' ebullition again ertwtiY tr .
,
'. JtoyUthl&U, Cjdddco CouDty,-May 13tU 1624.'10tf .
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I tr ; pise Old Bachelors, ; and we. Old Proposes to pubUth in the town'of Clailorrie By Wino P. Duval Governorofthe dV1M:: ,PAll MAN TIER. 1j

t't: ( LIOWflM. Maids; that, ,the .Ladies may take (.ilaha'ma,) a veckty paper under: the Territory, of Florida 1 : been a J*pointed: Inte.:"y'f

( their and will take title of the< 1.I' and 'Iranslator,
--- own course, we by the
...t ---- I .. '-, PI4OCLAM&TION.WIIEREAS'in 1 foArtoFir. .Superior." t-
*\
informsthe
Ls"' MH. Huvr-When your Port's Comer ours. CLAIBORNE: GAZETTE., V pe'. ; .
of oF '
act be
an ingklocumenls
to
) f is not otherwise engaged, permit me to SIMON SINGLE. pursuance translated, that ;1
"' recommend to insertion and to the attentive 1 T will) be. the.object ofthe. editor torenderthe &\'{ Council oFthe Territory maj: deposit them at his offi etwhere 1h7 1
your RCHIUALD GRISTNATE, oF Florida,approved the 24, day oF will be d bcd with .
r ; perusal of readers, the Following 1_ Gazette a useful as well as spat correctness ,4
f' your
PETER 1'OUTAT'EM.Cnm June, 1823, Commissioners were appointed ';,
: : selected lines on the much mistaken an interesting journal : To promote the, promptitude.
:. :' and abused word honor. utultis aliis.A great and leading interests of our common to select the most eligible & convenient ,
'
$' SUBSCUIBEK. -'--.-"'t y, .. couutry, her agriculture, her manu- situation for the seat government of the S. \PARMANTIER.jriEJYDO
-
; ; HONOR. f-iQtures: and her ,commerce, as shall best_ Territory of Florida, and the said eommissionu'l'S .

!, i ',., deemed of liE QUEST.f Iu\.sclvethe(( interests oFall, without create have reported to me that they I titlo nomlrath IUPlNie .
4 The honor has been
of
: 'T point f ;iJJIIE] Following books were taken 'out ing monopolies For.eitherTo cherish the have selected a scite in the County of: j tradvctor por la cor-:tuperior dela Fr

use, Pensucola Libra': increasing spirit For improvement whichnow Gadsden, situated about a'mile souths ,;(fli occidental notified abs tptrsonteifoan '
of the
-and to curb a- Circulating '
I.: -To. teach buse.good manners, r /"in the spring oF 1822, and, in conse- pervades the nation..Tiore especiallywhat west ;nm the old deserted fields of Talla- docvmetitot para tradvcirt pore .

1 Admit; >t true, the consequence is clear q*',enre of the death oFthosc who had them, relates to our own growing state, in hassc, ,about half mile south ofthe Oke- j dcftoritarlo en *M o/ic/o afn qitc tean d.UT1.. .
the rendering beneficial the lock-o-ny and Tallahakse trail, at a point !;paihadit immediutumenle*
mask we wear, have ne\('r been recovered.Vrabian more greatadnmtagei
(polished} manners arc a '
.. in to internal where the old Spanish road is intersected .JJfuy 7th 1824.3
c. Ami we at bottom barbarous are, &. rude; Night's Entertainment 1st vol. respect navigation .-
: "
ff IVc restrained indeed, but not sub le Pan's'o'ag s to America 1st Vol. and intercourse between different by a small trail running southwanlly. In -. .
arc dued. Henry's Travels; Hull's Trial; parts of the, state; which a kind | Jrovi the exercise of the discretion in me vested 1I I I --
!: An Apology for the Life of Jas. Fennell, deuce has bestowed on her citizens. These by the said *ct and for the information of AN ACT i,

,f :.. The very'from remedy the, mischief howe'ersure it intends, toeuro The Knight of St. John 2 voh. objects and e'very thing allied thereto will the good people of this Territory, 1 have. ot the' Legislative! Council; passed'helr
Springs
;
::1 1: Hrydone's Tour through Sicily and Malta, find in the Gazette a steady advocate. thought proper to issue this my Proclamation -' .. last session, imposes a poll tax:

: ": ti in its Kelroy, a novel., Nothing of a personal na4 ure will find requiring the members of the Legis jtwenty-five cents on every Free ,'
: ; And savage principle appears mae4
lative Council of of Florida4to
admittahce the Territory the of
ibpve
in the columns of the Gazette age
twenty-one
Tr'-td as it should be, by the fruit it bears; The 1'jrate, 1st vol. ; )ears,to be' ..
"*:.,":+ 0 T, hard indeed, untiling will defend The most of the above mentioned books while ajtemperate, candid and liberal discussion assemble at the scite above described, 'collected by the Sheriff;as may be sfe.-
conditions of the of questVjns of interest, on the day appointed by law For the next jby reference to the advertisement
1! L4I.kinlrIT) quairels, but their fatal end; have the Library pastedon general b""
:. ..:;;i:1., That now and then a hero must decease.Ti the inside of the cover, and the holders wIn always be encouraged. session thereof. {low.i .

; .: ; .' a: the sumvmg world! may live inpeuc, jfthose which have not, must know, that : CoxnITIoss-Thle. Claiborne Gazette J Given under my hand and the i County Court of EtcambiaFebruary ) '

,.n. j' at last, c.ose scrutiny may show, the books are not their property. It is I will bejpublished onte a week on super- .seal of the said Territory at ; Term, 1824 C
r IVriia'ps
l'I royal ,.at g 4 in Pensacola, this 4th day of i jBe it ordered, and it is
The: practice tlu* March, in the of our Lord that there be levied for
advance year the---
\ That men m *i, compell'dby force, find these books will do me the favor of use of the
engage
Advertisements not one thousand eight hundredand qiunty} of Escamb.a, a tax the '
not >$ its proper source. returning them, as the odd volumes can be exceeding a square on followirfc -
: Amljcur murage will be inserted at the rate of dollar twenty four and of the { property, at the rates
It..." '; Tlie tear or t\..aut custom, and the fear, of no use to any one bnt me: and 1 should one hereinafter
f' and that fools hope that the dictates or honor and hones. for the first:> and fifty cent for e\'erj' subsequcit Independence of the United. ec.fied ; viz : '
!
: fools censure maysneer.
{ That I
: ma) !
: States of America the forts
insertion.If Cfii all free white males between
7 ty will prompt the return of the othersV. .
... "i;; maker's laws, \ HASIiLL HUNT. sufficient encouragement received, eighth. I the ages of twenty one and fifty
At latto trample on our
.. WILLIAM P. DUVAL.By f -
10th. the first number will be issued on the 20thof | years 1ti
And H..iat'.llafe tor little or no cause; ; April the JIJI
... April, 1824. GovernorT I all Slaves, S S|
$ hxed ctl'ruastate,
.y: To r ish into a GEO. \\ ALTON, in Lands Citizens in Fee
; :".'. To gratE the rage of flame and hate, 'r8Jr) Cttl\\E\t, ':Christopher Damerori. Sec'ry of Florida. : I 100 acres, -' -. per
:. Or ser.danother shivering to the bar, I Mob'ilc, March :21.Subscriptions. U
ILL promptly and accurately execute Q> ands of residents
'\T March 13-t t | n non. 100
t t'f '; Vi ith all the guilt of such unnatural l war. any writing which may be comihittcd e' received at this office ; acres, per. jl&n

i ;t..: ,1 I \Vhatevcrusc: nay urge or honor plod, to him ; he will also draw deeds, BY THE MAYORA. : store-keepers, shop-keepers,

,I! : : ,-:1. lleason will; judge to beainadman'ddeed* bills of sale, &c. in the mofct appropriateforms Js'egvoes lor Sale.WILL I ]i and tavern-keepers, out oF the
: t :': : Am 1 to set my life upon a throw, and on the most reasonable terms : YrodamaUon. i j limits of the city oF Pensacola 5tjn
]lecai&;. a beau is rude and surly ? No and solicits of his friends. ( ,
i 1 't :;4, : : the orders Swords, Dirks & Sword-canes 1
BE SOLD ,
I #.' .4 'moral sensibl' and well bed man' -. W. 11 AS ELL hUNT.NotitiI. In complyancc with the 3d section ot tiis
J' .
It'iU not instill me, and no other can. the ordinance of the 16th of Novcmbei 611
wheel
.. 4 pleasure carriages, 5
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; ri-: "p--- : 'Tri = At Public Auction
: 1822 which is as follows ; "that from amI ) )n 2 wheel pleasure carriages, 2

.: \ ,1''. ltJl \) \eI 0._ after the 1st day of January next, even' i And it is further ordered, that the sail

-i-- ''I.: ... J. 1JleatlteJIJeJ.llittillS. : On .Monday the 24th of JJlay\ privy within the city hail be of the taXes have reference to property owned

t t Repuhlican.I I I SHALL KEEP ARegular .* depth of not less than three feet, and in the first day of June,in each year. _

,: ....w. /'Vom the Washington I Sate Auction T lIE following negroes bebnging to the the proprietor of evey lot, on which i i Ordered, that William Davison, Sheriff.
. -.": TO THE ASSEMBLED FAIR OF RICH at late firm of John Forbes &. Co. shall be of
9ON there smaller
4 I a privy a depth, ff the County of Escambia be, and he i,
; j. .-- MOND.We tile Thm-Mlay of every week, for I ilm shall Forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding )jiereby appointed collector for said coun-
; ; '
: 0 :{ the undersigned, Old Bachelors all kinds of merchandise and furni- ctA; .' g5 ; and the May01 is hereby author- jy, and tuat he collect the taxes under the

.. have smarted under the I Hire, at my .iiiction loom corner of Pala- Guinea Negroabcitit "ised, From and after the day aforesaid. ame regulations, as ale required for cot
; long fox and UaJ len stivets 25 years old, a good to cause such privy to be cleaned out, Meeting the Terrtor.a1 Tax.

1 ', l' disagreeable answer, returned hy HENRY MICIIELET, field hand. '* and deepened the expense of such ,.

;: ,;; the Committee of Ladies, to our Pensacola, March 19th 182* -2-tf proprietor, and award warrant or exe- !i i NOTICE.SpHB
--- cution him For the thereof .
; : humble! unassuming cOlUllaint.- against costs "
f, -: It is now time that t we '"should 'l"r Tlltt: TlUtV. Likewise a Guinea i Negro, about 26 years atter notice, in a summary manner. No :!-! undersigned having been duty
from and after the 1st of 41 appointed collector of the TemtonUl .
day
the
from subscriber on the privy ;
fr ourstlves "lest the old.LINDA
: 4: speak nj : STOLEN the 1st JUst. Negro; Woman a Creole wench, about 38 years January next," shall be permitted to !; and County taxes for the County of E-

':T- heathen think us confounded.! named old, a washerwoman and house servant. overflow, or to otherwise in an uncleanly cambia,

' !: ;!4 : Despairing M* we do f success, LUCY, a Creole woman, an excellent or offensive condition ; and the \ Hereby Gives Notice.

L L rn any Futures attempts to excite A cook.1lARGUEIUT'PE. tenant, there be one, or otherwise the i'hathe will attend- at'hisofrice in th's.d-
!
: commisrcratioii of the Fair, w*' ( 9 a mulatto girl 6 years I '* proprietor, of SUCh Privy, shall forfeit ty during the months of June and July

IPH' drterutined to speak our about 30 or35 years of age, of old.| i *' and pay, for eveiy such oHence, a SUHI next, for the purpose of receiving them;
: c tolerable sizf, has a Film on one FANNY, an American wench about 26 not exceeding >5 ; and if such tenant and in August ana September at the of
.1 J. freely, and seek redress For old,' field hand. <* cleanse the
a do not
or
I of hC'r eves, Some of her fore years I proprietor same'within fices of the several Juatces of the Peacein

: ". t I; /H'vances in a hostile way. _ .clth nut-, and one of her toes LUCY mulatto girl about 9 years old. a reasonable time, to be Judged|! the County, for the same purpose.-:*

: \ ".i, the asde.iihletl; Fair of Rich- ocrti iue great toe is cut of]'"-it is ,supposed J as. liuiei-arity, .' of by the Major, after notice given to: AH persons interested are requested arid

" ', t t.,; complain I of oui attac.imenttig the thief will take her to Florida, Surviving partner of that effect by an officer: of police, tliet;' advised, as good c.tzens, promptly tt
: .
, .. j, -:: .I und Queens, and their as .Alabama or sow of the Western states.A .- I JNO. rOHBE & C). .Major mal cause the same to be done render obedience to the laws, and pay if
'' : : generous reward will he given to any April 24th-5t. at the expense as aforesaid to be levied* their taxes, delinquents will be dealt whfc

: : v.. 't..,.., :* -ll Knaves. Blame .yourselves \person who will clitect the thief or secure as aforesaid." It is recommended tt as the law.

L/ : "'. hal ;-not us. \\ t;' eiiser a the sid: negro in any jail, so that I can get every proprietor and to 'very' tenant: of> directs.Win.. Davison

k....{ ij, on a winter's Ceflifl-fl1tke,, lic-r, and all expenses paid. Information Salt[ Whiskey, Flour, any I house within the limits of this corporation -* ,
I. he.it draw a chair. am can bc male to (;'.cll'un Hargrove, Powel- to avail themselves of this most SIurlff, Col1ctor, -
r" pI! 1 >uncc,
: ton, Hancock county, Icorgia.I &c. proper : : 1 f ': around in expectation of 611(1i. UILL1AM'VILLAKD.! vis.ons: here above mentioned, for fear tr-i Office,Pensacofa, .

.. ,aome one of your sex' tvith KiTgficld c. h. S. Cal'CllilU1al'ch 4. RECEIVED per latest arrivals, that,' by neglecting.the same .we shoulJ May oth, 1824, -tf. s '

; 1.. n to engage: : in coRversalion. IKJ"_ The Editors of the F'orulian; the ; by attract, or encrease, and desere event? -

.. : __ -.<*Yn. 110-71101'an. eye is turned los Cahawba Press and the :Miss:ssippian, arc ". .similarto: those which befell us during .Administrator'sIED .fotic\
: hears its : n.'quested to publish the foregoing ne rJ1. Stone 8f F. II. Nisbet. the summer of 1822 j
hut what on
V U$, : month, in their respective{ paper The constables shall carry the saW \ intestate at Chipola, (JacisW
4. ,
j I >I' an expression of cpmempt .J7'flarrcls, whiskey J provisions into effect ; they shall repot County, \\ est Florida,) Dr. John It

,1::!.. let some: more youthful rival 1i Notice is lieiehy (ii\en, '4ei 2.5 Do. sup. Richmond flour; any and every Infraction hereof to thei K.ddie, agtd about forty years, of light

i- > r .'. ., and an instant hum of satisvt. fill 0 al.l persons 11:1il claims against the 6 llhds. first quality, sugar, 'i Mayor, for the remedy and the fine to b$ complexion, and about five feet three

: :. on spreads through, the com- I_ estate of Dr. John II. Kiddie! dic'ti! 10 Hags coffee ; enforced. { inches in hesght. It is supposed the deceased ,
1'/ -e to exhibit the sui.e for sttlloucnt. 50 Sacks Liverpool ground salt g Given in the Mayor's Office | left no legal eirs. The appraiseed
. j ,- -: 1L' '. Do Wt' dra\\ our chair neaiu six months. All claims not exhibited:in 300 Do. course salt ; V at Pensacola tins 28th Feb. 1824. \ value of his esiateSs nine hundred and
.f{.- iii 'a'rclamtel: l? S'le' iiiiinthiately! 10 Kegs manufactured tobacco dollars
\ twenty
I within tuo\ears, will be entirely b.rred. t P. ALBA, Mayor J thirty seven: and an half
\: .,ll :?h vs her own off-and if it so Ail the d 25; Do. lard ; cents ; aid unless: legal heu-s shaU appear
estate
: persons twuig sa are rc-
f 30 Do. butter first quality ; within one year, and claim the same, itwill
; ( I ice that a younger beau be on qu.rcdto make immediate pavmeiitluThomas CHARLES PINDAR
, I 20 llbls. pork ; be pahi. into the Treasury of the TQ
1: oilier side it is a good l excuse lluss mackerel
f": ,,10 Do. ; ritory.
MobilcJie\\*
\ Has just receivedrfrom
1 .. irawing it nearer to him.Ve .del 20 Boxes I
"
;
" 3 m ill iy t rato1'. soap ; t Thomas Kuss.
\ : rti ientjl sncot'ed in opening a Jackson Cy, ,y. F. April 13th--iw.Volice. ,,20 Rackets sweet oil ; sloofi Actress. lf. | .. a
.ddmil1i8trator
'
cotiMM-sation wild( the of thehouse. 5 Qr. casks Malaga wine ;
i :.0; .. lady Loaf Sugar; Pepper ; Pimento ; Salt Pea ... P. Madeira, Jackson Count, 1st :May 1824.-6w.LL .
"' 1' : .-UA (fine evening this, Mrs. Vidonia Do. I ,. *
; tre' ; Copperas ; Molasses ; Ginger; 'Bvix- ,, "finis. ? / The Claiborne Gazette will please
I 'A." What was it you said?" UIobs The Sunday School in this Place will es Raisins &c. V oici-iiock I ])0. ( ;" ; insert the foregoing advertisement for all

rvi-d that it was a fine evening, be continued as usual at the court house ALSO, Hucelas, Do. .1 weeks, and forward the account to this ol,

:I l\l.':4iu"-'O fine," replif.s '- every sundai.' morning to commence at 9, 50 Pieces cotton bagging ; Blue and white plains, ;? fice.
1t 4j: : yes very o'clock A. }I. A sermon will also be readevery 20 Coils bale Osnaburgs, f ..
slit' with a long Y l\\'n. rope ; .
Sunday e"\'t'mng Wh there is no 3 Tons Swedes iron, German steel Homba/.etts, V [
.Ia/e y.ju attetipted solve the preaching, at halfpasto. o'clock., 10 Doz. S. C 1'01ll1a hoes; ; Domestics, '\ ; NOTICE.RESOLUHON .

-iL _____ Eu :{ma. Madam? A grrat. many Benj. Wyman, 3. Do. spades and shovels; Callicoes. t
of urwivs have been trying their l Sec), S. S. S. I 30 nails assorted Cords, | A of the Board of Al
_ _ < Kfegs ; dermea of this amending tht
March 19th. 1824 Velvets '. I city,
skill at il, but have all failed. Plough. Moulds, Trace Chains Iron. Castings Blankets, I 10th section of the ordinance of the 16ti.

-- Duringvhich sfJIi1o'luyor it .Nitre Cotton Cards &c. October last made it the of
may I Hall Gun Powder. Steel, ,having duty

II be fa'h.d a sotH. -(1UYi as no one butmyself f LhlE Subscriber, aent fir the prop ie. considerable ANDA assorJment of Crockery Ware, the Constables to visit and examine everlot
attended it Mrs. A. 4it will be Gun within the limits of the Cityfor the purpose -
to tors
;il ,) constantly suppliedwith Dimestic and other JJry Good powder, j.

fidgets! a good teal, takes a pinch all descriptions ; the quality of this suited to the season. Jan, 26-7- London porter, For sale low for cask of promoting cleanliness, they u-er
I I ordered oceed. The ho**
powder is well known, it is warranted March -tf. j so to pi Ma}IT, i
I of snuff, and turning her. head a- e- I the of
# ;j II cltJ.l1.if not superior to any made in the ever, conceiving object one greatimportance"

',R : r noiher. way, begins in this strain: United States,anti far above London Tower PROPOSALS, :l\\Bni ()tice. ITo f For the welfare of the com |

:, ',t ")t y dear :Mrs. \ don't you think Proof. Country dealers and retailers I. munity, companied the constable in the
i. will be be received till the30th. oFMay all free and accented Masons performance that duty, and aSl'trtameathat j
: ,: i this cap becomes me? at which I supplied on advantageous terms. WILL
: to furnish the Florida Indians, the proper measures had been: attend

:-, '. : ; ;, make my escape into another corner F. 11. isbct. with provisions for one year, commencing throughout the IV,rld. 5 ,I ed to, except in,two or three places only

,'./ : .: of the room, and after having 1 An*. 2 -tf. the first day of September ensuing, the No. IS in regard to which, orders were issued it j
" ,1":: made several unsuccessful attacksi [supplies required are fresh beef; salt and Mount Moriah Lodge compliance with the above mentioned: o:

: 1 Upon the attention of some of you.Vhut Convniss-oner's Office. corn or flour ; the ration to consist of one F Ancient York Masons, in Murf vps- dinance. This is therefore to

. .-;?i .' h\ can, alas I a helpless\ Calebs Pensacola, April 1st 1824I ,. $ land a quarter pound of beef *ie quart of t) borough, Tennessee, sends greeting,
if' I LL persons having claims: and titles ':corn, or an equivalent in flour, and salt at health, love and peace. GIVE NOTICE,
,; ; : do, but retire into another 'l.- to land within W ('st'Ioricla arc 'the rate of four quarts to every hundred WHEREAS, JohniD: Rtraen, Form rlf ,

::r : room. and take a game at whist to //K REB eJ""{) TI FIE. rations. The amount will be from 2,500 to a member of this lodge, who came front to the inhabitants of Pensacola that the

;: ." I conceal his* mortification. that the session tlf the Board oF Commis- 3000 rations per day, vary ing, from the North Carolina here, from this place wient Constables will renew the visit every two

;:: I;. Again-a party is formed' to sioners has been extended until the first'i smallest the largest amount at the option to Louisiana, from there to the ,West'In: 1 weeks, and at the same time to rcquir*
of the subscribe upon a notice of tlurty dies thence North Carolina and good citizen not to 9
t walk the' canal.-We hear of day January next, and that so much of from every individually,
upon the law as heretofore provided for the.ft I- days; places of del very St. Marks, Tampa there is probably again to visit the fortner glect to impart to the public authoritJelany

. :-::; .- il and wishing to make ourselves'i; ing of chums, prior to the 1st day of Deceniber Bay and such points as may hereafter be haunts of his perfidy : has been guilty of and every' information which rcJ

: agreeable, otfer our services, and ] 1823, has h.. 'n repealed, and the designated,within the Indian boundariesa conduct superlatively unma onic and i.i!im come to their knowledge with respect,**

, after iiaving received as an answer,,\ .ti.ie extended to the first day of Sept em. constant' advance of two month's sup moral. This is therefore to inform'ou, ; the object cleanliness in general l. as:on8
plies will be cx-ct'eJ, and the articles required that he has been flora oFthe most of:our &
**Sirswe,: shall ho vnry hsp| y 'tl 1- oen484. All claims not filed bl'forethat regularly expelled important sources
i ** : cnIjaImy," which b said with. ( 1JIe.shallbe".e uIh1i1ciiitI void and to beof good quality.-Persoi.s offering our Lodge, and no longer merits the pected: prosperity, and the most sure mflfj*
j. y4)UI' of none cff;ct. ''The office will be open to contract, will make the offer in smallest benefits or privileges of our! an- oF preserving the health and existence*!
> 1 a sorto| 'a sneer, as much as to: I en Moiuby next Claimants are requested writing, sealed and directed to pie, stating 'ipnt 4Lill. __- _.--V.-twrflt3. : tlu-it ramilit-JiL..and..friewf--, -

. : -.' say, "we hud rUther be excused," lu be punctual )n their attention to the the rate at ,which .**.-/' will funusa 'the By order of the Lodge, P. Alba, .

I .. .1" We set out on Jur walk.-But, a- examination of their claims, as the commissioners entire rations,or either of the 'componentparts frRED.. EDWIN BECTON. .1faYOr.i
J'- I the result oFthe offers will be made }t. M. L, Noi
I : Sec'y. 18.
)a.* what pleasure can we find, for I are determined to take them I -V
- t '' \.. in the order in which known on application to me, at the Territorial i Feb. 19, 1824. | Mayor's Office, Pensacola, 7
they are
: (walk befre up arr.uigcd
tb we must either : by our* by the Secretary. seat'ofgovcniincnt near Tallahasse ; 1 Editors of.newspapers Friendly toMi-: April 3d, 1824. ,5

1a:, selves, behind by. ourselves, or be SAMUEL U. OVEUTON,} or the individuals whose offers are accepted sonry, throughout the world, will pJeas ,

f shoved into the water. JOSEPH M. w,HirE, .Comm'srs.: will be notified of the samethrougb tne give the above aFew insertions. For Bqweba : \ARRANGEMENT,

then that as long as CRAVEN P.LUCKETT.3 medium of.the Office-Tlie; most base',villain. .i -r* : t'
::1; I I Foreseeing, will be 3.y: 10 A. M.
unquestionablesecurity required n'UEonThu
; '", beaux, bonnets,, Fops and pincush, M._HUNTER, Secretary; fulfillment of the contract Closes. 'on Friday at'1 P. M.
For the faithful ;
'.'; ( ,- ions, tort<.i
;:Jr- : officers, engross the attention oi r. 1TlLL, continue the. AUCTION & proposals will, be accompanied by .a ] Copartnership, under: the'&jm oF J", poll Matter*,
Old Bachelors will statement oF thesecurity intended to beffered. : x\T AnArkKt April 3d 1324-t.
741W i the Fair, nevciJje I OMMISSIONBUS1NESS. at the'I TW1TCHELL & was .

'i3; ; treated with common politeness,, store.lately.occupied by ; SV dissolved by mutual consent on.the *15thInst. V ;
wivill :By order oF the superintendan' T. TwtcheU is Fully autliorisd to. 1TiYo
Reao1vcdufanthzou4iThatt TvritctolV Watson ,
P G. HUMPHREYS, settle all businessofthe late firm.11MOTHY. ; V

! .' : \ use our ,:best endeavours tc J Jj where'the strictest personal attention will V Agent For Indian Attain. ,,: TWITCHEIiL, Executed: wih .neatness fl-l

:j: bring the.aforesaid articles>s into disrepute be given' to all.business., confided- to hioi.AprilITtf ; V in Florida- DANIEL WATSON., 1- ;

I I' ; -that'the Ladies may des 1 ,' P ucols".6thApril' 1834' ,. ApniliTth.4fV. V ,; ,'- despatch eiihi9 Office -
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