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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 29, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
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""VoL-i' "IPENSAOOLA, SATURDAY .Al, MAY 29* ;:1824. ; No. 12.M ..\ ; ..t

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-I'rilLISUED PV* B F EV ItT" S nnD. T.' I o iiiii s.- i the Companies) detached. respectively suitable spot, and desired hinivto it} parieUipping? grttiiuullyto .

EASELL RUNT Adjutant Generafa Office. 7 ., belong.' assist them in the selection with the south west. $ ,
prv.. Washington, 5th /zrfM824.'$ Communicated ed by 'Order of Major his advice and counsel, and for 'a- The substratum is .a con lame-t';,- '

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. The -Secretary of War directs General Brown. ny provisions his people .could afford pate Limestone, formed of shells +

.rstitr of the Law oj the United State that ten companies of Artillery be CHS. J. NOURSE, for their horses or 'guides, and other maune exuviae;'t 'deposttion -*. ;

rt t crietion..Eive dollars a year in ad.Advertisements i jYavtt stationed at Fortress Monroe, to be .Rct'g..ddj. Gen I. they should be well paid. After off.argillaceous mattery 'encompassing .: x i, ,I

Su insetted at i organized as a Regiment, and will i1.l some hesitation Neomatla asked occasional. nucleii 1 of, '

for every"twelvejlnes or one'l be called the ARTILLERY CORPS C r:L l.&. N"'i. if they had brought any paper from flint. -. l- 12t k

ollar First insertion-each subsequent inserfrm FOR INSTRUCTION.11 i I the_n_ Governor- __ n __ ?- On- -- shewine----------0 -- .. This rock ,,when first lug+from : f.
the fifty Cents. This Corps will be composed of a Continued from our Fifth: Number. commission of the Governor, he the earth i* soft and easily shaped

4 Companies detached from the several Journal of an expedition to the'lnterlorof immediately seemed to recognize any'form) but on closure to the j.j.t

I regiments of Artillery, as \\:est Florida. the seal, which gave him satisfaction air becomes hard enough for walls I
\\IfI\ ( .J I follows, to wit : from the First Regiment 28th October, 1823. Mr. Williams -he pointed to the Governor's and buildings. The fortifications .. !

1 i1o .. .. i two companies ; from the and Doctor; Foster- proceeded signature, and enquired whose at-F/rt M. Marks are formed of t. '.
-' ---' Second Regiment, three compaflies to the settlements on Little Ri- name it was, on being answered, this stone. *. +' j ;
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fVt -' ; from the Third Regiment, their expedition. he pointed with the same question 1bis"rock l1.filry favorable to ., : .
two companies ; and from the Major to the signature of the Secretaryof vegetation. On'the shores of the : II ,

Fourth Regt. three companies.It Robinson's where they took dinner the Territory on being answered I gulf: it it fcove.re6Tjhick with a coat '

shall be commanded and officered and were' treated with much he expressed considerable plea of gra s e Yen Htcttfteiles into the .

n_ '_ as follows, until otherwise hospitality. 'The Major is a distinguished sure, said Col. Walton was a goodman 'sea. The** navigable: rivers run- t f t ,
--- -- ordered : : planter, his farm though and his fiiend. He 'then hing>over this'rock, are filled with "'

BY AUTHORITY.An Colonel.J. i-evv! was in excellent I cultivation.His walked to a kind of gallery, wherehe grass, to the great impediment of ', ..t

act to change the terms 'IF the Circuit R. Fenwick-4th- Regt. Ar- Sea Island Cotton was as large ordered cigars and pistachio navigation. --/Che oysters general'l.' t .

anl District Courts of the United States tillery. again as any pro-luced in the western nuts' to be brought and conversed ly form shb'aftfend bars greatly injurious *;i; : ..;

in the State of .Muo, an-l one: of the Lieutenant Colonel.A. country, marry stalks measured freely on common topics, several o- to*t >; navigation of the ri- J : '

firms of the Circuit... Court in Kentucky, Eustis-4th Re gt. Artillery, 15 feet, Sc were well podded to ther Indians soon came in & Neo yeas in this section of the Territo- $ j,
Bt il enacts'b y CI the Senate andou8e JM'jjor. the utmost branches ; a field of 20 matla became reserved & complain- r/ j|, ....,.

[ of Refircsrntativet of MeUnifd A. C. \\ Fanning, Captain 2d acres s-I'jned mire like a-ft rest of tied of illness. Soon after, D.*. aim The sea coast, s.o far as the tide 9 j*. .1'j'\ ,
] Con- -Brevet Major.Captains. shrubs than like a cotton plantation. monds with Ellis the guide and (
States o< American Regiment. .w i flows, which is often three or four f '
assembled, That the Ci 'cuitCOUI' His cane grew equa.ly luxuriant, servants came up, the Dr. was introduced miles, looks likea beautiful green 11o1,
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jr ol IheAJnited Stales, within S. Churchill, Brevet Major, and his Guinea g. ass demonstrated the to Neomatla' who seemed meadow, interspersed with keys, ;,

and for the district of Ohio, in- M. L\laso'\-l st Regt. Artillery.J. usefulness of that plant, indeed his reserved and unsocial: Ellis covered with .liv, -oak, cedar and | i,

stead of the time now fixed by law, F. Heileman, Brevet Major, : whole crops proved the fertility of teased him with incessant talking '*abbage Palmetto. Above the tide i. l

shall be held on the second Monday R. A. Zantzingcr, and .J. Mount- I the soil, and the certain success of which seemed r irksome to Neomatla the shores uniformly rocky, but i 'a.

of July next ; and thereafter fort-2d Regt. Artillery. d course of industry. in this coun whoknew', : him well. He ordered covered,with.ht'avy timber.! \ .

, the first .Mondays in January John A. Burd, Brevet Major, andS. try. our.horsesto be turned loose. in I From 15 to 18 miles Inland. the l.! 1.

and on Juno, in each year ; and the Spotts-3d Regt. Artillery. The plantation of Maj. Robin- his fields,.and our haggae..d.epo\: I rock is hut slightlycovered: with :f1: '<

District Court of the United States, B. K. Pierce. Bre.vettajor: J.Erving sdn is 'within. the- tract of country sited in one of his'council houses, earth, the time ,.generally tine'ra' '

In and for said District, shall here and W. L, McClintoch usually called Forbes's: purchase, said he wished us to tarrv* until I hut here the gras'?, tows luxuri- : ;

after be held on he Mondays nexsucceeding 4th. Regt. Artillery it is about 8'miles' west of the Ock- morning, that he might consult "ntl)'. This tract (,of country is j 1 Ji
the times herein fixed Firttt Lieutenants. lackney River, and on a small I with his people.In frequently marked \Vith l sinkholes '

for holding the Circuit Court.. R. M. Kirby, ,Brevet Captain J. tributary stream., The soil is the afternoon the young men and ponds of water full of excel- 1',41;
Sec. 2. And be further enact- Syni1n ton, G. Webb, and J. Howard however, similar: to that of- the and women of this nation played lent nV 1

trf, That the next Fall term of tiu' -1st. Regt. Artillery. I central parts of'the Territory, ge. ball against each other. The ball BarfJ&fjof clay now appear in regular :t

Circuit Court of the United States G. S. Drane Chal'lt'"sfel1on.: nerally. ground is a large circle, in the cen. swells! like gentle: waves one R i
for the D'Sirict of Kentucky, be A.(Lowd, James Spencer, J. A. Being again disappointed in obtaining tre of which is erected! a pole 30 or two miles across from level open ;Jt'

Commenced and held on the second Webber L and F. L.. Griffithd horses, Capt. M'CHntoch feet high, against which each party pine plains you arise at once i ,
Monday in October next, in Reg ment Artillery.L. was good enough to send his own throws the ball, when i' is into a high rolling rountiy, covered 1r: :

:u of the fi, st ouday: in Novetnbetlu G. De Rnssey G. Wilkins, i back to the fort, and a second was caught rebounding by the party with majestic 'oaks, occasionally 't51 ",

: Provided, That this act shall James D. Graham, and SamuelRing nired from a Mr Murray, who kept who threw it, they talley two, if intermixed with hickory, black 1'1'

'sot he constru -d to extend to, or > ( -3d Regt. "Artillery. the ferry on Ocklockney river. caught "by the-oppOsite party they gum, poplars and dog-wood; the 'j ;,
embrace I any other 01 future termiof ; James W. Ripley, J..1 ,. Washington Thus furnished, the commissioners throw it at the pole. Thepla)ers i i'lV smooth, rich values, intersected tf

the said Crcu: tCotut, I'lan OH! Charles Ward, H. A. after having despatched' Doct. > \H..uitked.to.. the waist, and with. ,beautiful. ;brooks of ,Ire purest I ;r?
"l'homsonV.. Turnbull, and .G. C. Foster to 5 .Marks lor a supply'of
aforesaid.
text November term as males and females exerted themselves water., And this cpuntry furnishes : p
Sec. 3. And be it further enact- Hutter-4th Regt. Artillery. provisions,.; set forward to explorethe with equal energy. 'ijhe! the springs" of the \V kulla, St. ; f

lid, That all recognizances, process Second 'Lirutrnant8.D.1'Yler ; interior! of the country. The. men threw and caught with bat- Marks, Aiisilley, ChattehatcheyAchenahatche 11 :
suits AIL! l proceedings of .every G. D. Ramsay, W. T. 29'h they encamped about five or sticks, the women used their hands + and Histerhatchey +1:1h!:

kindwhether of f a civil or W. Tone, and Charles: Dimmock1st six: miles east of the Ocklockoey only: Many scuffles ensued in prc- Rivers, which fall\ south into the ji

orimin.il 1 nature, commenced orpending Regt. Artillery. 1 on the side, of a pond, a fine hammock ventingreach other from catching sea, as fwell :.s n\any branches of x M
of said courts, T. P. Ridgely" H.' C. Dehart,!']. of oajc.timber descended from '
in ether the balls but all ended in perfect .the Ocklockney an'd Suwaney ri .tl
Chambers T. Burk J. Gner thet north quite to ,the edge ot"the B
shall be return -d to, proceeded in, ',\ good humour. The men evidently vers. : I
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and determined at, tile terms here 'and J. R. Ingalls-. 2d Regiment water. gave advantages to the women,' The argilaceous tract extends t i !

in provided for, In the same manner ArttJlery.A. Directly on the borders, of the who in. the end won the game, on east to the Suwaney ands,, to the ; "
as if.the time of holding said: 4 Brokenborough, F. N. Barba- Ocklockney river, the lands are I level which the vanquished were sentenced western branches of the Ocklockney .

Courts had not bet-n changed. HuV.. II. Kerr and! C. G. Smith3d covered with tall ;jj'uies, thinl) 16 seek light wood for the a distanc e'.of ISQ'.piiles, with t 1
,Regt. Artillery.S. scattered over a field, of wild grass;
II. CI1.\Y, evening council fire, which having some interruptiqns. North and r
Speaker of the {House of Representatives. B. Dusenl> ,' C.. Burdine, J. the, soil generally sandy and poor; procured, they brought, in .great South it extends from 10 to 20
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1 \\. Scott H. Bliss" \V. Gwynne, alter leaving the river one or two
D.\.''IEL 1). TOMl'KINS, order, on their shoulders, keeping miles. The surface. is covered with
and S. M. Southel'land-4th Regiment miles\ oaks and hickories are mixed .)" .
their Indian file and in fine loam red
Vice President of the United States, singing a vegetable on clay,
and the
with the -
pines,
and PJ : ('nt'of the Senate. Artillery. grass concert. or oker, this contjnues! ; om 14 otto
'itch
becomes taller and thicker the
vl will be added the Cart on '
Washington .\pri122, 1321: Approved : The dancing has a"council 18 feet in depth lflMliteclay succeeds -
dets who may hereafter be pro- swells, while the valleys are usu- square and exte'qjpj.loathe rock .
MONROE. .
JAMES house or rather shed, on each : : '
marshes covered with tall
muted into the Artillery. ally '
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foundatiQ ;"" The-'clYa embraces ,;
the and reeds this kind of side; one of which the travellers i. .
In addition to these, Company grass country sni .j pieces''oT sand stone.
4n act gfivinjf the consent and sanction. of of Captain Lomax, of the 3d continued to the place of their occupied, one was occupied by thee many Although**the high grounds a-

Cores s to ..certain act of the Legislative Artillery, now at Fortress Monroe encampment., On the morning of women ; the others held a motley hove described "furnish innume-

Council of the Territory of Flori is attached to the Artillery the 30th, as they pursued their throng of all ages. Ten Indians I!table springs and small streams'of
and will for towards the Tallahasse commenced the dance by a kind of
for Instruction
claylie Corps journey : of far s
water, them
yet none so as
it enacted -by the Senate and the present, be employed as a the country while it rose higher, reel, the figure though intricate, discovery yet been made,

jFfoute of Representatives 0? tlu- 'guard to the convicts. presented a richer soil, of a dark .was performed with perfect accu above ground to the sea, most pass of

United Sea es of America, in Congress -' First Lieutenants' Vinton and chocolate colour, the swells arose -racy.The them sink into subterranean pas

assembled. That the consent Newton, and Second Lieutenants large and:, smooth, without any under Rattlesnake ,dance succeed sages before they leave the highgrounds.

and sanction of Congress be, and Wade and Young,: of the 3d.Ar.. growth, the oaks became large ed. At each corner of the square : Frequently they ..are
the same are hereby!>> given to tl ,* tillery) are arranged to the Company and more majestic, hickories, dog- a wand or cane is stuck ia 'the seen to run directly' against the .' .

: uctofthe Legislative Council ofthis abovemcntioned.. wood, black, gums, poplars and ground, around these points the base of a considerable hill,and "
pass
Territory of Florida approved Captain It. L. Balder, 1st Artily, vines made ,nearly the .sum of the long-file of dancers double & coil under it. A beautiful brook that .' t.

tJy the! Governor of said Territory lery, is detailed as Director of Artillery timber, except that the water cour? in a thousand fantastic ,figures,. all the 'seat cf government at

on the fourth day of July, Anno ; and ,Lieut. 'f V. E. Williams ses were {often skirted with liquid singing in concert melancholy passes i'allahasse has'scoped out a gulph

Domini one thousand eigflit htni- 2d Artillery, as Assistant Director amber', water( maple, and occasionally but sweet air. The chief dictated a from 30 lo effect deep, and nearly .

drpd and twentythree, entitled of Artillery. Li ?ut. E. C. a very large pine, with smooth new verse after having gone round a half mile in' length, and sinks .., .' fo.. '

An act to proVide for levying a Ross, as Instructor of Mathematics birk, much resembling the white the, square & made a short.rest; the through the cleft of a. rock, at-they, "' ,
t)II tax." and Lieut. G. S. Green as Assist'ant pine. They<' this morning oftenobser'ed' song seemed to be extempore, and bast of a hill ,Vjiis gulph at tJ.meS'f t" "
Instructor of Mathematics.The traee'sof the old Spanish the of it address the
1821. tenor an
Washington: Approved \pri122, appears to ha ve'been half full of. ,
Field Officers l with the Di- highway, which they had before, snakes, requesting them to go into water where ::'tneUrcam. first *- 1 '
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rector of Artillery, and instructorof remarked on the west side of the their holes, that they might not be' P "into it thd're'is a perlierl! ,
pitches ,
149J1 act to<<; alter the times of holding the Mathematics shall form aboard Ocklnckhey.' At one P. M. (Dr. molested. by the. hunters. dicular fall of 20 or 30 feet. .
District Court of the. United Slates for of which a majority of the Simmonds, with Ellis, who had -
On the low lands these
the District: of llino:. t members, sh constitute. a quorum been hired as a guide, having left A sage looking,Indian.remarked, often burst pine out in _lakes EC
which the the to-ascertain the of .that".should any one touch. : wand streams
for business aspect
Be it enacted b the Senat and over t'ailt
House of Representatives! of .the i Colonel or Senior officer, present the 'cpuntry.to' the southward; )Mr. while_ coiling. round ,itxhe'. would' ponds, many'the of which channel appear of lobe
evidently mere a
Williams'-found himself at the certainly be. .bitten, 'by a snake. on .
newTallabasseVillage.
United .
States of America in Con, : shall preside ;, ,I.., ', river which often Be tracjtd
., ress assembled, That,. in lieu of Tvhe board; will he.assembled.soon.as .!s Seeing stout the first hunting: excursion. The for mil, s after may.it again sinks, by','e ft
dance and mad dance
the :.for theCpur- India 1s rounded by number of wampum : .
a
ti appointed, by law, practicable, ,. sinkholes andva.'
'es.now Uneof bushes, ,
succeeded.. In these ,
the
the District ,Court of'the UnitedStates pose-of forming a system of'general i children,:iii, a 'patch of pistache Wotnenwore' teronaples."Imseveral, ,
rattles Jorm 4'of Terapin '
for the District.of Illinois, regulations, _comprising the I nuts ;: he1 approached the Indian : -,
J instances a fine sized
snail be hereafter holden, on the course of; instruction,, Sec. and will and enquired forth chief of the shells, tyed. to thjeir i legs! .whicHn mill stream drains the waters of
third : submit 'for' villager' He sternly enquired what the dance .sounded much like ,a .
November the same the '
Mondays In June And ; approval: '
lake into-another ] :"ttflfepr
'Diilr thesc.daucesthet'r one only
tamborlne. .
I of the ', wajited 'with .lie chief ? said ,
in \VarDepartment. y was : .
each
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thr ;
year. 1 miles '
.. I It11 ; a distant and is seen no
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Sec.2. And. be]'furtherenact- I 'This. command> will;I be excsivel' : in tolerable.. ,English that he wasNepmatla. ges\u.res wer.. $ generallymarlialolten '; ; '
under.'the-orders' 'Mr. ; manful,''and: conducted_ : more., ''s'sThe f. ?
That : of' .the jVilliams answer
all writs leas suits ; "
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Q.. .lzanccs,, nd\ctments. ', amj:.',all I "War ,Department,.:'lobe conYmuXnicated ed that.jie and..his :colleague were/ ;'with_. perfect,9l tr. and harjnony.Ip .is of.autiful'spring! of Wakully channels .
missione one tliese.submari -
the. m rnfgthe col1 -
other General 'HeadQuarters of- ;lorida to
proceeding of a-civil or Pri- : through sent by-jthe-Oovtrnor ; : .
' inal nature in :, through, which :also, it select ajsituation l ;io. u.t.b'house, '" had" an \ udtence before the ,..emerging. from its caverns &i .
+ tr inch are or, nr' pending be 'retuniabV,, or will make'its ,reports 1 ,. &c. i- for the,'.{meeting i of Histllpdil, ,':t&ft J Chiefs o t"t'Village, *.here everyobjection f9r m.Jng.'at.Dnc' navigabje river, r
to : ;mky j belong removed,,they ,,.clMpartei' 1 : .fThe-St MarkSjis formed froraitfire .' -
: S IUd Court siiall'bc heard tried "The oRly"excrpionin'reard to, the, distanceTpm .pen. ICOJtt' 9J'lh! ;
tnft proceeded, .t" 'thc'aid, this I i regulation> wil-be| in 'regard.. .AtigUstine.was'so_' retftiih .tit.had j <;,h'ex'a "I he'centre.of'theTerif ._ '.principal branches, .; the lake. '
CQ\lrt?( ,.ln-.' the Same, ''IW1 IJ.y' : '* I InQ' tqthf' returns' ;' -'nl hi ich" fare,- Ja{: pre* ,be$6me'neeessaV! '': f Co''aisemble 1 .ihfrC g.: ;; 'h.''.' "1 "fa.,' of Tallahasio jsthe. .'souVce'of the/, ...-...

'. teraton'r.of l -! '...C'I'I 8enTrequlred.'to i y i tie'. forwarded'to. ouoclijCih| : .centreof. ,the''Terriiory ,T'he.t' 'iiyrsit a tWei: ',t1Q h e ''wes .nmost branh("the'eastern ..

.in g:aalri, C urt"liatltak.e.n.t te ,,t !place.: I. :' :the: Colonel. *'or:Coramsnding "Qfficersof I :..: JPor tha purpwc' -9he; ,had.,,., u Jlj J i I.efir- alt p.-J chJ riseaiitar'ihe. ';T i "'r' rounds_ / oft '"
\Vaih .j '. '' which,!:sentlcammissVioners Vo ''se11ret 1 la. e s cI'tt rte ltJ..e-y; X11 fall ltnI. acr
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- .1 ; *' ground at least ten milc &bove that, ht'ip g..i n r ;iCP!l1J' H9 1)J O S 1H.quel.ce'oltb On the 23d March' the followinggovernment I; 'lJO- -:: 1iT !. LC WC,of this, iC;, riitr..thtY "

of the. Marquis armed. vessels sailed, ( both
:, great spring of St. Marks. body ( arnicd.r::: Col. Low: hicJ.t

*Pt, The Wakully is'liavigableto its Lorrejo: thrUWg's 'minister from Carthagena for Porto Bcllo. '4- THE NAVY. pistol i his'hand-\I IajKjhtliii. '

: source about eleven and an half and particular r :?;'" favorite, having with troo'ps: ;-nl'igV'or'! Zulla, Every well wisher of- the I had his in his !hoiste ..as".

, .4t- n.ilcs; the .upper part is obstiuct. 'jeeti foundmurdeVje.d. the palace.: and schooners Casad 'r, Arrcvida, I I the United Slates, ,has 'Navyof Lowe had approached the M1'!

i: tt- ed by iniiuiifcrable$ islands, hut nar- The Prince Don Miguel was suspected -' Maracaibera, Emprencledora, Rosa led the frequent occurrance ot'a1 egrct-' so near)) before he .liscott 4

/\ "row chatinels s are found carrying! 6 ) having stabbed him.-U and Voladora. rests and ,court-martials him that he had not time to d J

/ ft U'l \ feet water. This stream is lull ol is added that the Conde Del Palm- officers, and long'wished'someeffectual amongthe his Wcapon./ To avoid thr *"

, -. ella, one of the first officers of state, NEW-YORK, April 29. I Major Kiicrease threw hirn/

,j1 'f'; grass.The St. Marks is navigable nine hlarmed for his safety, had fled or Extract of a letterfrom Rio JaneiI I measure to put a stop to from his horse, and at 't

head lakel: concealed himself., I of fed. 23. a practice calculated tor bring discredit : inst Col. Lowe's 't
%* and a half miles to the TO, manic )ist ) "
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*
_" ,: '" :.' at 10 and 12 miles distance from SPAIN. "We have accounts from Peruto of the national defence without I discharged. No injury Was 'dQ

'" ;', the ForI, there are falls where The accounts from Madrid are th$ middle ,of December, at : adverting -but before Major lvifcre c

", ." mills might be erected advaiUageoiisly to the llth March. The capital \\hich :, time flour was selling at & vexatious to many instances of frivolous could return tin snot, who \ 'bt'*

- :. : '.: / 'In: and near t'-is'; stream' was then tranquil ; but misery was : S50 on shore, but all speculationhad the c prosecutions of fastidious fcr he fell took_ with him otic or 'b j?
; both there and in theprovinces. asedland the arrival ofa single :mere gratification and fool
'-' there, are several medical springs. increasing, and resentments pistols on pursued the!
Wakul- Ferdinand had issued would reduce the private : we Col. ashort distance
: Near this Btreani. and the cargo price I -Col), Lotte
) hail with the decided
.
t c> ly there are many fine hammocks a decree for setting the imprisoned -' materially The consumption had, the recent most order: ot"the approbation Secretary had got into a, house wjiere he t

of- land. Constitutionalists at liberty, but decreased to 1200 bhls. permonth, of the loaded his pistol.. ..Maj Kilcl'tUe

; The two rivers unite at Fort St. prohibiting their approach to in consequence of the harvest in : Navyreserving to afterwards walked in the dire iio.
Head of the
,, Marks and. form the Apalache ri- Madrid 8c other places where there Chili (laving been abundant. Thereare I exclusive the to.cTetermine Department the oft e house inhic'h L. Then \Y

"": -' 'Vel'Vhi, is..an excellent harbour are royal palaces. He is also saidto said to be three Spanish privateers -II(j the right of upon with his pistols hfc, : his ha.nds.

" for small vessels and will even he have granted to the -kingdomof cruizing on the coast of Chi-I policy expediency arrests ( ol. Lowe stepped out and at'i
and martials
: the principal port of/this section Navarre, the previle o! meet- Ii. One: of them, commanded by I whatever court, in which the in all cases of distance_ of about twenty Yilrdc

of country"* It is 8 miles from Fort ing in annual Cortes. an EngliRhiHaiitfwho formerly suffered the service will alon predominate.good they levelled! at each other ,Iud'

: St. Marks to the sea. severely under the govern We trust the of the'or Maj. Kilcrease fell, having received
i propriety
to The Ausilly IsIS miles east of St. GREECE AND TURKEY.The inrnt Sari Martin,) has capturedthe a shot in his forehead. Ht
dee which
to we have reference
t
4 'fc= S Marks; it .ses in the Mickasukey affairs of the patriots continue Biitishship; Stann'ore, havingon I will be seen in its good effects, awl lived until the 22d inst. when I be

:. country and itiits. passage,. sinks to guon wen Carysto had board 135,000 dollars, and that the voice of the will breathed his ast. \Vc make j
,:,f :: (, and rises agairiT! c'r three times. at length surrendered to Odysseus, 3500 qts. copper, Chilian property, :' support the Secretary country in assuming comments, a? the transaction \tijJ
above the tide bound to Chi a. She was suffered be investigated by the
1 tis not navigable and by the capitulation the Turkish the responsibility of proper trj,

mure than four miles from the garrison was to he sent to Ne- to I[pass after the specie was la- when it shall be judging to insti- hunal. It,was a horrible spi cticlc

: mouth. Therels. \'ryJal'gt hanl- gropont. Two thousand Gieeks ken out. of necessary to he acted in the face of a cviH2cj
tute courts inquiry and
mock of fiiu1 land .on this river. had,arrived near Alta to commence [The writer here mentions, what martial which courts- community ; we wish never agaja

, ,. To be Continued-,- offensive operations. Patras was has been before stated, and been a I ought never to be to witness such another.

--"" "" '."'::" ..:::._-:_:" :: ..." ---- expected to surrender ShOI'tlLord )..- subject of dispute that one division allowed.-Amzr.but on public considerations. Maj. Kikl'easeVl' understandwas

'. Greek of the Patriot untIe &/. i an active,
f 14'0 JIIJG /\ Byron had adopted a army enterprizing anjrespectable ,
_ ... _. _,_ .
.
'ruz had been defeated and
" I -- -- dress and had marched with a a- It man; and has left att
is
> / the::yorfajJEufning: Po t. against Lepanto. He was nother under Sucre, after taking with great surprize that we amiable wife and several childirn
: anivuls s.ncc out!, last from I corps I learn, from the avowal of Mr. EDWARDS
By
appointed a member of the councilof Arequipa and levying a contribu to bewail his untimely end.-Gar.i .
Liverpool and Havie, we have lately a Senator from the 4 5-
tionofS3OOOooii the inhabitants
-
\V Greece. It was ,
t stt'rh reported
London dates to the 21st, and Paris I State of 1:Imois, in a letter yesterday -
that the Pacha of Scutari, had on hearing the fate of the former, HORRID BARBARITY.
i I laid before
the House of Representatives
I tlie 25lh March.
". to \\ raised the standard rebellion against returned, on board their ships and IndianaJiGtis, March 30.
that he the
FRANCE.. I 'Tuikey, and declared his arrived at Lima. But ii is unnecessary was author It becomes our pan.f l duty, ti
*Thc French Huiliamenthad of the Letters of A. B. which
\ : i intention of making common cause :to repeat these circumstances record oneof the luost outrageous

been opened by the( King in per- with the Al aniu's and Hellein s. as we have later accounts, produced some agitation at the transactions that has occu.'ftdsince.

.. ',: son, \\ hu dciivfiedVow a speech con-, I I Several) English officers of meiii when the affairs of the Patriots last Session of Congress, and for the settlement of the state.

.. ;' gl' 1; tabtinghl'oOIl11tl')" on the ;-uc\ had recently arrived in Greece, and were!! praspt'ruus.J whose statements.impeaching 'the \V,' have been enabled to collect
conduct of'the
cess'ul tr: flsi1tIi4)U of ihevar apait.st .4 Lord Cochrane is Rio Secretary of .theTreasury
t several cargoes of munitions ofwar. here (at ) f" the following particulars, from

_ t" .. \ t tiC r.oust'itulionalisl.s I ofSjuin The blockade of Sal' nica withja fleet destined flJthe blockade under pretence of assailing the information of a traveller who

} and othei mallei s as to foreign hacl' ,been raised, the patriots herd of f Pernambuco, which place successive the Printers Committees to Congress after, has just passed'through thc neigh-.
two
powersand the prosperoussta in cUptivity there released, and the has refused to acknowledge : jorhood, and in whose veracitywe
of the the most laborious investigation
:I v the'fin.tijjces country.Alluding Grt'ck\ admiralty had issued pre- authority of the Emperor. It is place the utmost confidence, :
Greece and South A- declared; that there
was no just
to cisr orders for respecting the neutrality said ;that Lot d C. has been recalledby It seems that party of Indians,
he that ground. These pieces, it is true
; jrnieo, expressed a hope ,
the British withan in-number!
. of European flags. government, ten consisting three.
! .' would be u suspicion had before
to
every thing regulatedto Considerable anxiety having ojTer-! of being re-instated in all imputed men, three women, two girls about
the advantage of the nations and Mr. EDWADS ; but so iittle did we
been entertained) by the Porte inconsequence his former: authority and high : half grown, and two sniall boyi
irneiesed l and i believe it, that it is but week'
who
to a or
:- ". people are ,
of the tumor respecting rat.k in the navy. The English were encamped on Fall creek, iB'f
1 the great extension of&tfie com- two ago that we stated, on the authority -
I t. "* the establishment of the order ha\"t1", large squadron on th coast, of EDWAIlDS himself f Madison county, about eight milej
ci'the world.I Mr.
HUM ciall'ch.tlol1& ,
of Malta, the AuMrian ministerwas aii" arc daily expecting reinforce above the Falls, and 35 miles ibove ,
Vv'e h..d before learned, that tht (as we understood him in a conversation .
;
ments. The French have two frigates this for the
who place.
applied; to on the subject, which he held J purposejof
French: government did not intendt slated\ that he was not aware of any two sloops, and a brig, and ;. lately hunting. On Monday the 22d ,of

1 ,' ,.. .tsSLSt Spain in hl r unwise pro- intention on the part of tht"gn' are likewise -expecting reinforce with us.bn the subject;) that he this instanta_ party of five white
: the author of these
jecjl conquering South America, was not pieces.
ments. Some important :inove- men and two the
p tt rs, to establish the order boys, went to
:
it' ,,but bad S!11\1\\ n every disposition to pow He has now, however, put the matter and
in question. The Ottomansare merits are expected.Mcrcantilc4dverti8er. camp decoyed the three men
f lle.\V tbe\ example: of England, I by I beyond doubt. In his Letterto from
I still aid to making away the camp, for the cs
preparations !I
i the of the House of
tiding* consuls thither to a Speaker Representatives
open for another attempt on FROM PF.RNAMI1UCO.Capi. tensiblc purpose of assisting themto

: "cl1lmtrcha11uh'rcoul'l with the Greece. 1 nere to be no Burtch, of the ship Stan- he avows him&elf hunt ,cattle. After they had
.: appears
be the author of thes'e
.
publications : -
'" There is
Ill'rqnibHcs. reason reason to doubt that Persia had ,ton, at New Bedford, left Pernam- gone some distance from the camp

: also to believe that the report concluded a treaty of amity with buco, March 21st. On the preceding and asks that they be takenas two of the Indians were shot dead ;
of his communication.This .
: which lately reached, of France the Porte. day, the President of Pernam apart the third made his escape, badly
under all the
;Ieing about to acknowledge theindependent buco was arrested by some of the dcvelopemcru, wounded. In the evening of the
'1I of llayti was well circumstances out, is the most extraordinary -
: The Boston Daily Advertiser troops, & sent as a prisoner to oneof : same day the same party returnedto.

S I : fonndi'd.--Letters fiom Havre, has received! a file of the Smvrna the Forts-the Commandant of, that has ever passed the';camp, and, after making

S Slate that ah advance had taken Spectator to the 5th February, which would not receive him as : under our observation., As how-'.. professions friendship murdered -

pUicr in thl' 'prk of St. Domingo brought by the brig Herald such. He then retired to Olimla : :.vver, the subject is once more bV- the whole of the women and

f, cc.ffee, in constqut-nce of news Formidable! preparations were with such of the troops as'we're forea Committee of the House of children. Their bodies were luost

; S iiM received from Paris,that a dec'ue Representatives, where it will no ..
't t for the for the
making at cnstantinople friendly him, the other party, shockingly mangled, purpose

had l 1H'en issued annulling 4th .tampai against the Greeks taking a .;diffci en! direction. 'ext .oubt be thoroughly examined producing an impression

pnxi.eges hitherto oiiowed to it is said 80,000 men would march morning): the President and his shall await the result of \histhird' that it was the work Indians, and
S I:\ Fri-hch VestS: on imports to that I investigation, with.the! confidence
S against the Moro independei tly ol party, which was said to be much thrown into a hole of water occasioned -
isl-.nd. I which is due to the respectability
I the squadron.Mr. the strongest, returned \\ ith'" hina by the falling, of a tree.-
Out of,430 deputies returned of the tribunal to whom it is con-
o
0 M-uziaky, the Russian quietly to the c ty, and it was reported One of the men killed one of the

S tin t Frenrh ci-.amber, only 17 were Charge dAtlairts, or Consul General tt1at the others had dispersed. fided.-Aa/. Int. 4zriI2O.S, children by taking it by the heels

known to liberah-, being a decnase arrived a: Constantinople It was thought by some that. and beating its brains out against

of 93;s1nc.. last year. LaF1yettehs of: Pirates A I,tter received .

'. lost his electi n by agroat xvith courtesy. ItVas thoug'.tthat President, to asct"rtaiu.the. number at Charleston from Havana, dated -
On Tuesday, the place was visit*
-1 .5 $5 nitfjcriiv., Eighr 4f. 'y houses all clifterences between Russia and strength of his friends; and by the 31st ult. says: "\VC have cd of when of
by a men one
part
: h.,.1 l been anti} the 1'oite, were on the point others, that it was a prelude to a accounts from Neuvitas, of_an extensive the women was found still alive
___ of Couchardin
r Isere. departmentol of being obviated. It was reported more serious affair. ,* nest of pirates in. that hut died onthecveningofthenext

that a high personagewas to Lord Chocrane was daily'expecied neighborhood, and the robbery of day. At the time the camp was

ALGIERS. lepair to Constantinople in I lie an American brig, of 89000 in
-- at Pernambuco. Capt Perkins, of first visited, after the massacre, the
The pettyvaifuie with the Dey in the of Ambassador "-JV. Y. Eve. Post.7he .
tpring quality aimed specie.
, ir the Floyd, just there property of the Indians, consisting
: Algiers was still in existence.Affording .
af'er
extraordinary. Soon the
I from Rio Janeiro, reported that 1 of guns, skins, furs, Sec. was stillat
to it-cent accounts received arrival of Mr. Meuziaky, a firman United States stiifl franklin'
the King of the Sandwich Islands the camp, and was left there un-
; at Leghorn I the Dey was: from his highness was sent to A letter from Gardner
Rill() lIlo., with two of his wives Captatu molested, but, on the succeeding
.making extensive preparations for :Magnesia selling at liberty Mr. of U. States Franklin '
the
," had arrived in an English ship, on ship day, when the place was visitedbya
,
war, andva?> resohed to dOfendiiUbelf Dam-si. the Greek merchant who his way to England. He was received states, that the small pox, contin- party of men from the falls ,o(
.. )1 : to tiie last t' trrmitt .- the banker of the Russian '
) vat> with every mark of attention ued to prevail on board, and thai Van creek, the bodies weie found
W ; h hat view, he had applied to Government at* Constantinople, several of the liad died of
4' and, respect.-Ibid. crew entirely! stripped, and every spc
:I, Tunis and Tripoli for assistance, and af the commencement of the that fatal disease.-Many Gaz. ( ICS of carried

: ( and lud despatched orders for theretun Greek revolution had been sent The Evergreen, at Salem, left -.- We propert further) informed away. that
i are ,
I r of all the Algorine vessels, into exile at Magnesia.Apassenger Para, on the 3d March, in co. SUICIDE.Mr. Robert Adams, one ofthe lads concerned in the'

funning purl of the Turkish fleet. in the lIer Jd\vho with a Portuguese frigate, and gun of this '
.. .. an old inhabitant town, 0'" murder, (and who was compelled
f ,' t J..J. .- Tie. two regencies however brig, and several other vessels,
had
5S : l. left Constantinople Feb. 1, informs Sunday last, committed the horrid to assist, by the threats of his' father -'

..\' "- .. "di-c'lined.., tbinieifere: and severalof tuut the .differences with 'Persia having pn board all the Portuguese act Suicide by shooting himself ,) soon after the transaction,
0
.: ; ,' : tlt' lups ordered' ,' houic wereblockaded had been settled.COLO1I3iA.A. :and English merchants, through.the left breast with a pis information and five of the

,--L': ; "," ; 1 up by superior (Iorce5'S ,i the English Consul, ,and Europeans toJ.) Curiosity to ascertain the ,inducement gave concerned immediately

S ,{!;:-- S- S in the (iUIi of Lrpanto, while gentleman -who left the place inconsequence to: this tragical catas- arrested party and were at
; in custody
are now
S ,, 0 :ers were prevented from returning arrived at New York from Cura- of 15,000 insurgents
information
but
,. "1 who tiophe is alive ; no the falls of Fall Creek one niadchis ,
the HI't'eCI'U iZCI The being ready to enter the, city ;
by s. coa stales, that a vessel had arrived account can be obtai edex-
I' -- to massacre the Europeans escape, and the youth who gavCthe'lnformation
uftle.Uriited were expected
consul Slates is said there from Porto Cabello andhl'ought
that an inordinate use of ardent -?
cept is said to be a\
: without distinction. The ,
': to hate endeavoured ty [becomeniediator : the following intelligence.Mina .- created delirium '
spia'hs.had a ; ood. Since
S hruvern the English,and, and Leno Gallardp, (both town was, complete ,nfusion. under the' tiqn'' of which heptpetrated liberty in the ncigbbor:
All the: from, the... larigo oper I their arrest, it is said 1ha -the, per*
supplies
';; I t, .Alj'frines, bur with what success colored people' ) being dis'satisfied : the rash deed The, ; .
5) hav'made full c nressjoo.All
: 1 -Jt" does not '"appear. i r.qUllts with Bolivar and the other chiefs Island fvere cut off, and "every' ca deceased native: of Ireland suns
a families ,thsettlementin
:. 1', fromlessina, of the 18th Feb. of he Republic, ,had, in connexion noe stopped up the river.foyilhe; : in- and'independent( in his pecuniary the neighborhOodOfthe composing :
the
: l' posted at Lloyd's on the ,'14th. with a number of others, laid apIa surgents. On board,of onqj.ship;: circumstances.
4 :', the wnich left Para in the fljeet ,were uriderstobdfche< scene'f'' this horrid transaction
4 iMurch, announces captiirby ;} for a'revolt. Having confidence ( left will his '
a devising property the mihistat
; t the Algennes, of 20 sail ofl\'l'bSelS in General.Pucz, the abovementioned 192 merchants, embarked for LisPitij.piLpniA of havfe'renioved. to '
"after the avoidthe
S4 bOTa. payment some specifiqlegaciesto ; the,falls*:on Fall Creek to .
; ; : uiTStrdinia, and it.vas. sad that persons .cornrninkated'theirdesigi .j. '
L a brother and sister in of the Iatdians.
3 had in. the : hub when he informed retaliatory vengeance
they a strong hquadroh : : to It SI
bachelor
eland.He w.as a aged, .
'
-Gazette
Archipelago, near -Candia. fTHe them' that if 'they would | MxT<4u: ;.;.By 'the arrival about: ,years ,and' 'had no 'rela v- ____.

,1 1 f' Spanish prisoners appear to, be stat- the reason of their: discontent, 3ilthi5 port last evening; of the schr.'Herman tives in this cou tr --Col. 06.,
S, well treated, and to be allowed the and":jbtf.Tiames of the: )individuals Bedford, 33 days from RiO i Janeiro, I Hail ,Stprm.:A very sev'khail :

;' whole range ofAlgiers.'I'he.Dey S concerned, he w'Suld '1l: )resent imforniationJias been received,. that:',the ... ,storm,:'was.experiencedryestejrday -

r J.: t ....,... Is also said to have ordered all alj their case to government and ob- present Don Pedro, granted' I. ,FLORENCE)MARCH, 25. aboht 6 -or. 7 'Tnilesv oro_tP. '

fi I' .; j Jowance" of five sous per day to taittl redress. '!'A/list of.Jhe' names a.goverh'Constit.n i If.ror the be considered Brazilians,hereafteras and the A ,dreadful. encounter.took' place* city. ,It commenced' :,between, ,e l,

S.:;:, j AI( such as worked,. in addition to an of iHe'ca6 zZtas{ or -,leade'rs, was a limit'cdf;; sftd not'absolute, I monarchy: on ,the public_street'in,_ this,
ItIf, ., >:;: S Allowance paid by the French Cptfsul. imniedmiely ,hande8, :tpl hiirij when S *The Bornah Catholic tbee tabliShed' on Eriday morning the :19, ,inst.' ,\ izeof, apuliets.cl_ l ? K :
It"
: : :n: r .\'tt' ; '4 he n'ad'ti&m alltaken'up !;at 'Car- religion,'but all other.tbrms\vill be tolerated Maj. KtloreaseofLawrence} .coun4.ty and .it, Tdestrcryej).. get l Sf' f

.. 4,. 1! ,\. .' PORTUGAL. acast anil:;:seht' to ,'CllIabozo, ,though ibe}'will D tbe", permitted to ,- :Tjeruiesseefw.iUi: 't\yosother"genjllcmen i trees, ,e.veryldescription.cf. O'.I\>
be .
The
publicJy-sclenihized.
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@& flhd b /2ftJ.-7-TIi4M9btl. ,< general: clection -' Ma.- Eftiron.:- John .'liil rj\e li-oo)'c, i 1 kkloh2: i; i ror J":1'th e grt.I vlication in the)l .tiO, arid lasted j II

sSTUUU' @ took place in Uifc*_State of" Rhode Esq. was the greatest pbilologiaf, jfnot the;I nrulieware thrown in the! rear instead of 104or 12 hour .-.- Aa/ Int. I

|. lslmd.on Wednesday he 21st ult.Janes most profound scflolnr! pf England; ." \}'Jiehthe I the-front,.andlhus great confusion is produced r. I t

-- \Y, MA29, 1824. Fenner: is elected British troops wantonly. r d- 011 the I -;(:or; toffpcak more apropos, In ,a .. I
Governor. of the.. Stateby that'rcscmblfcs BALTIMORE Apr/il 12On :
American niilitstLe,1: !1gton iidf.on. society,, the fermentation of

;10-i-i.: Hamilton, Collector of thepoit a mtjority ofsevenh.. hundreds of votes. cord.. ; in 1775, he wtotc -some :.s .ya 11 man| becrv JicWVkecps .the dregs constantly Tuesday lalt week, at" the :

pcnsacola, arriv tl in this city onT1) ,.r remarks on-the.occasioh'and; at lOng,, er I, i iff motion, 1 consider it the dutvof Court Scu'lkill-ot'County, Joha '

eVening last.Q't : Boston.ThejSrinuj 1 orgahization of the tiling! charged thekln(s'lroops with'nrder. jBvery.. poJ citizen.jnstead of encouraging Zimmerman was tried for the -

government of the city of Doston, took Tins rendered hinfobn6xious to"ar- disorder, resistance', and mutiny, to use'every murder *of .his .. ;""
(1 the 12th ult. bitrary power-he was prosequted bj I ex exqrtiah counteract. the efforts of own daughie in .
place on when the Hon. Jo-
!} IJolic1t is with much pleasure oj/ic',9 information, for .a libel on his_ government. Demagogues,fcho are ever active in sti- December l last t Thi jury returned .

wssrUhe article s'.gned: A City O.TilTr : -i s.ah Qumcy re-elected Mayor withuutOpOSItiCfl From his address to the' jury, milating tile aYFccted, against men and verdict of guilty -jf murderan

-t being a!ways ready "to retract er- j. and all tt! e." Alder.nen in the I extract for your use his description' 'of measures who delight to throw hot shot the first. degreebut, the court 1.

while former board were a'so rc-elected-some i that species of prosecution, which. hasproved tn'the magazine from a diUancework by him
for'and do justice, but doing justice granted a new trial.
I but if we judge projectiles, and like the. comparison of
; changes were made iji the board of common too true,, may Zimmerman
. to others, we must not forget that !, : from the event of such prosecutions. 'Hudibras, had taken offence" athis

,, .!,:l'h is due to ourseh.es."Ot" there-' .-.--.-..-council.. ------ --men.----- --< j-- -_._- -- -- *4 Ueutlemcn, this is called an. information *" As cannon shoot the higher pitches daughter! betilise- '--__ she had
:" -' that when ex officio. The term. = officio'to\ very '** The lower yOU let down their breeches." made a promise of.t--t-m riage to -a I
;;wust remark we pennedthe i CellI/'lU.j'llC.qTI" \C8. .
{ !. gentle expression for a very harsh So in proportion as tfiey are detected, exposed man that he did not like. In cons -
rticic alluded to, we believed it ,tofrc the real force and sunk in the 4 4qnt'nce
thing. I;.vou will examine infamy, higher
strictly and entirely true. I'I For the\Pensacola Gazette. and consequence of the term as here applied ; they elevate their malignity. Sensible of : of this, he, after driving i 4
Mn. EDITOR.-In (;the Mobile Commercial the of
Vi'e never denied tlut the proper pro. I! Kegister of the 21st of May, an article ,you will find it) contains every thing I these facts, and fearing that I may incur rest the family from the-

that can be imagined illegal, unjust,wick the i putation running the race of popularity house, dragged-his sick daughter
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c'.anutions had been maIe, but U did; not is written under the head of 'udSciary :
A I which co utains a libel on ed, and oppressive. It means a power to 'I distinctly state, that although I out of the. bed, trampled 'upon, and
Severity, gross
within our knowledge that thing with all the! forms and proceedings could not of the taxes & the ':
come any i the Judge, and th i proceedings of the dispense approve manner finally killed her,....-xf werica'. ***, .
more than advertising had been done ; & Court of West 10rrla-The of courts of justice ; with all those of their imposition, yet I could not
Superior -a -
having enquired of a number of OUT fel- article sets out with .a declaration, that a wise precautions, which our laws have ta- approve 01 the manner which they were 10 '
innocent from attacked and the resolutions UiiJbrunatc Circumstance.By
ken, to prevent the being passed in
Jove citizens and finding no one who knew i 1 I" cause"W5 trying I "*tween two imliv du.t b exhorb'.tant and their last a gentleman who arrived in
chosen from oppressed } unjust power. pubhc meeting. Congress: at this
als who had mutua ly a jury
that: their ).arls11(1 enclosures had at anytime t i the, country, &.c." that: the next day the By this the Attorney General is eua- session have declared, that the Legislative place yesterday morning, \ve are

been visited by the city officers, we I Jurors were dischai-ged and the Marshal bled, contrary to the laof the land, to Council shall puss no law taxmjpt.iepeople informed that WILLIS L. SiiUMArr,

: believe that :accuse whom) he pleases, what he pleases, or their property, to takceffict,
and' '
right to << f
had a suppose refused to then, containing an intimation Esq. of this wa.s"shut
pay i ,
and whercleplCacs. And ifhe pleases, until it shall be approved by them. save county, on .
had not done their duty. that thc refused to be paid
they wjre : le could accuse them, and never: Bring i iI tor county purposes, kc. It is evident, Wednesday about 10 o'clock, bya
of trial of that cause,
If.hnvever, the Police Officers have in consequence ijie 1 the I uem to trial. If. howevvr, out of his mercy -, therefore, that it was intended, :that the man of the name Williams, -

entered cur back yards<< and lots, without insinuation which is as foreign is illiberal from and the truth unjust, as; tuat I or Ins re.sv.utnient, Jie docs at last choose r rt I' Legislature might impose a lax for county who was a tenant of Shumate's. -

our knowledge or consent, we will ap- 'cause had no connection with the subject o bring the.i.! to a trial ; why, gentlemen, purposes, but as this was touching a :The cause of the affray wtiich ter ,
in geiural he' tf.es them by whom he wmudof the body poiitic, not pt: cicatrized -
plaul their diligence, though we wcr of the subsequent proceedings, md has: initiated
hileitse*, and takes* what advantages he it was necessary to apply .emolient so .unfortunately ha'enot
that had used it. referred tb-It. j*
been
before ignorant they improperly .
very" >teases. And if iie sees some reason to plasters ; the physicians must touch tue heard.. Shumate died on the

We will admit, thlt'C feel sensitive on the not true next, day that,"thc biu! Jury(live were da\s afterwards d.scuargcd, suspect that \'etdict is likely to go a- wound with gentle hands,lest it would inflame t-N"a' :lht1illc Gazette.I'ORT 'It A1sp

the subject of our health for the scenes had dozen I jaiiit hi.11, l'if.chins a right to stop it, ir- and corrode: So a law wsis paired
when they tried near a otuercauses. I '''1'
of 1827 are still fresh in our recollection, .-'it is not true, that: tile Judjfe ret'useil he pleases ; that'is' to say. you shall not to collect a poll tax on all persons; and, T iiia'.i '

and the belief that they .were owing to I the *&ruie jipon the ta.rshaitwas ] come to a verdlcjt: for he claims a right to slaves of a particular age, at 25: cents. 'I .\ 6

h4sr r withdraw a Jur9r; lie can prosecute Upon making an estimate, It. is found
honest and sincere. entered, served upon him and ---c
negligence 's whom he please, and as often aa he pleases there are eight hundred subjects oltaxa-
t' 1 larn that we hwe: answer filed, :tting that he had no money ()F..P : ;rtal.COIJ.q.
We are happy > : of lie! Territory of Florida ion his and paJs nofco: ts. When f ho: gets a tion in the county of Jcambla"hlch .

been under mistake, and ire nvich!I verdict, hu call to j.iclgment whom he makes the sum of $ 2jJ, and for that sum
;:, UU' consequently no to
authority
k1sed to bear that: our p')1ceofficf'ni: haud.c 1)leaes, and L'tsgo' Jioai he pleases, &.c.'* no oficer: *ill collect it, no mAn can be : AURIVKI), 4
and he
i niure: particularly as
pajuniis : Sch. Torn
Shields NewOr1ean3grocer1es&c.
rowlr Cd.to'r what tine situation found to over a 15u iniles Forsyth, -
attentive to their duty. We: two >n a go county ; in extent
been had lately received letters
have irom
yOU a.ul vvoulii be, if c..dled to answer toan fur the whole of the ta.ies This I to Stone &. Nisbct S. ,
WOll1cl mill that during lVs: week, their Wasiiiiiiftoa, suying that hi- accounts forTe fjc ufficio Infur natiol. every day. "./6 wou'lei not shortly till the cotTefs of government Patterson, G. W. Barclay, G. (J. Tad, J. .. j Jti

laudable: exertions h,1crame within our! :l'iiorial expenses, would not be allowed uno disce ? with an overflowing revenue. .Pasquier arid( N. H. Allen, and furniture .-.

own observation and we hope: it will lie- :' ;'that the niouou the Judge vas said overruled. It is not Cjlllnel.r'P.. II. QUOTEM. To obviate this difficulty, ttic confer tile &c to Com BeUiche and Cot Clinch -
true any thing about Commodore Ueluche of the
become our dUI to spcik of them a-1 povver upon an irresponsible body ot orii- Passengers
j
vcr ) "n wspaper: proue.-// it 1lC1llJ'that I called the Coioinb.uii! : service, Lady and Family; Dr.
'tin, except in terms of admiration: and forthus "daring intercede for the .Tu bca has neither unnecessarily nor cers, count.cuurl. --tiie geese '
f: peo were to be plucked, the Ut" He Camp, U S. army, Lath and .'a.rl: n
praise for their cU ent performance of pie" an attempt was .nude: to expel the uinvui r.ll1labl iy deprecated tue liberality of fell, and till' count' court agonmust lad ft on Witha Mr. Higley and two others, names un- $
.
Cieir important duties. Attorney from .the bar, and a rule tu tile C'oiu.n.siontrs.iie jLnown.I *J

shew call l'granted *n !liisabsence.Tin had m" er suspected that their libcivuiu vengeance.to the President They were neither responsible -! ...""ljriy Victory, Collison, Philadelphia, 4;
4
nor tile
people
A Port Gibson paper_says, F.tVtorial : rule was granted upon six charges, made could pj>isbiy be implicated in the ueif po\"er WAS unlimited-no boundu-; mcrchand.ze to N: 11. Allen, J. C. and C. .,
1
by a member ot the bar, matter. j C. and Nisbet and B. r
totally u.iconnected ; Keyser, gtone J. .
.
Sfcmarks must give p''.,ce this week to ad- lies or landmarks to their jurisdiction -
: ; ]
j with his rule upon the Mars-til: lie is perfectly: read) to admit that one Selby & Co. .jj, l.$ Ji
:
vertis'mg favors., We wish we could say 01' the proceeilings Uiereor.; ant is w.necessary God nuue Indents and U lute Men ; thut \Ve were ruled in a condition not unlike A.I: e b bch. lieneral Call, Blonnt, Mobile. ,

BO. to Uile the provocation tin hoth are ,'utellbllo the sa.ue rule of jus. when by her tmrty tyrants i iie Sch. Victoire, Constant, Orleans
fr
acted from
I court tike i best motives
Judge rvcclvetjtor tile puiiisn.iieiit I he in' t.ce. anti that Co igrcas ought to regard county' ; U. S. Revenue Cutler Alabama, Foster, :"
hey ueterniuied to nibble at the bait
Encouraging... .'i'in Prcntiss, pro. ; tlictcd, It ii onl. uccc.'siry to remark,th! ,t iiient vvnercwnt be sound: whether the from a cruize. .
I or tate two uiUs;: at a cherry. Ifthey had
'the leasansgiv,L-n in the article alluded U ijecl: he .a Capt. JJiouut or a General A'ch. iattlesnake11is Mobile ,
}>rk-tor ami editor of the> Nert-.Hamoshire' > : taxes at all, they "\ shelL enough to the Point ,
I as destitute of foundation the J: ChH1.. pay .
are
Hamilton.CLGAlttiD. .
\\
I as tcre Passenger, Major A.
Sentinel,published\ fct Kene, states that j| ta\ c JlkctUI', and leave a Sinai balance, I
In to the O.i tile of sate Vindex
going.- regard circumstance subject right of .
be has lately completed a qii'er; oi'3 cen- I tCiuai'c' inasmuch as tile taxes were not 1Ulp :Kdexcluse'ely
that the Attone"vomited and .iu let that boueculed
on tnteri'-g > 1I": point I Brig Mary, Merrick, Matanzas, with'LU1uber. s
tury in tint employnen -IIs ordinal: thc prison," it tne hr.,t tune it was e\tr: herca'h-r by evulence.haJdoubied lor uis benefit. I hlliTI'lffrconcelvc ,

subscription list COilS ted only! of seventy, heard of here: ,kml ifit be the fact uiu=-l Juscia' ; ; tue policy of holdiig tHat it may be safely asserted Sch Ebenezf, Tic:, Tampa Hay and

of whom yc-t remain among the prc. have oeen pro 1Uccd by some otht-r cause : a ireaU \ lq1 the Jud.aus of Florida ; Atm the U. tory of legislation, a puwel.1 St. :AlarkSj.frmCTigrr*, C'ol. G. Humphreys l
many tlt.sxtellt and
j 01 character was neverknotvn
of his I than the tilth ot tile pr.son, wh.ch is a lie has hAd mor w)ubt siih, whether they Indian .\ !ent, Cuaries Pindar, and JohaShetiii"
Sent extensive number patror.s to mere shell. The next fact intended to he ou6hit to be located ui the heart of a white; to be conferred on a county court. ; Lbquires. '*
establishment. We commenced with a- S&pnuse! they: \ver to levy a.tax of S.)
communicated is on a par.th the rest ; population Their djfterent habits and bcii 'l;;ooi: Shields, Forsyth, N. Orleans.MARSHAL'S .
-
Lout the same number of subscribers asj;i the Judge was about to udjru'ii the court manners :shew that they: ought not, thai per acre Oil land not worth perhaps nail1.Liat '.. '. _-.-.....-'-'-------.---
=;:: : : :
})1r. Prentisshad, .vhen lie established his about two hotlrs utter, the Attorney had they cannot live (peaceably in the same sain ; where is the remedy ? I'uey -

I been commuted, and sent the Marshal for nCi githorhood. There are inhabitants of are the judges ot tue necessity-tue people SALE.Superior L'
paper, and though our E t doe;; not length- cannot elect them, or otner in their
1 .' lat who that
1tn
the \lto1'm''J10- refused to obey the order s County, alledge one III. Court of Wrxl Florida. ,
en very rapidly, we trust that our exertions -1 ot the cfurt, and when "he dividual has, !in/less tuan two years past, skd. l. and their decrees afe *$ jia.uuiaule -
was astlie laws of the .Aledes. or Uie Few.ans.UOtfKSTUS. Thomas Englislu"} t Y virtue of a de-
will, yet be rewarded with] success. ; brought: .n, dUiueuned luunins.tmg .;!. iosi sixty head,;of catile by tie lutkaii.. ,.
vs. creeiul
and that at the expiration of :-wen.jfiveyear 'ana contemptuous manner, for which lnc unanimous petition of ihe peop.e in Alexander! LovesuL y"* .ordtr of
he ..vas tineJ.1 I| It tHat to on tins sub- _.r \ upon pett;nn for -
:, we too shall be able to say that we is not my object to cilet' county Congress::>> very and others.
Jfoiecl.jsurof3Torisrg9
violence! to taLC feelings of jeet, proves the 'fact beyond dispute. In the St. Augustine paper of the 17th
anone, in the above made
l1:1.\"C al1 cxtcns.ve number of patrons. I but if in the indication of individuals utica is uiiuble to dscover in lis i former of April, there is a rctrax.t of the severecensures case, at the .May term,
1824, If this Ifonoybls ('curI.,sfiall ,t. t
whocoaduct Jios been held to ob- co.mnunication, any un Varr.utabe upon the lioa. Judge of the

L.lllcalonc observe! from the Claiborne -I nox.ous censure: it is necess-iry to up remark reilecttous oh! the 'Jotniniisioueis, nor is Sapenor Court ot Vest Florda; : Had tilt proceed to sell at Public Action inJ'ront'oftilt .

Gazette that an Academj has lately ou otuei'a iu vindjcution: from unmentt neiible .conjecture now the feeling of lid.tor, before the publication of the tir;)t : Court Jhuse in the city of PenzacotJ. ,

been established: in that place, under >da>persioiis, they must charge it to Viudex can ikve become so excited. article, taken the troule tjo: investigate: on 12 Titesduy the 5tdu, of OF obsr nextat

those WJ10 flU irudeutly became.their defenders. The terms ill&eralyt! ignorance, prejudce, the snbjeci of vituperation-.>l1, it wuuU J'dCJr.kjbr easily the following dig.
the direction of Mr. F.\e cribed real .
GeorgeV. a estate 1/i ?
; = ,, .j8OPAipens
I ) C.. wa.c.i gdniiali the language ot V'.uuex, have saved th: necessity of'1n ackno.v- I. \f. "
j 'J
graduate of Harvar.l Univers.ty.Vc: arc SPECTATOR. he C0us.dt.is '+3 arg'tmenti aJ ftom.iu with ledgemeut of the modesty::>> ana good .i": of Land

aKvays much pleased to hear *if the CS.b1.shrr.ent wli.cii: jusucihas notuing to du, and he sense .ftlie judge" a.id that'he is uo.v !satisfied : I _

of in.t.t.itior.s for the improvement .Ur regrets laatj Viiidcxhud nothing better to tuat "4ie was unwilling to become ztrI situated in Escambta County, upon i
Editor-It without
not much
o( the m-nd eimprovements the waters thereon of the, consisfngof Per'tido, .
I JUSTICIA. otuei'a. It was in the k-
of the progress'if learning: all-! hope ,, nance, that observed in .your last week's I jI, d-tor to retract ai magnaiiimpus i rror, wh Ih was never a valnuLle S.lii MILL, vtith.all its privlefres .

that thisinf....t..eir.uarwill; ntent and reoeive paper, under the IMitorial; head, an assertion tneless of that article undappurtenance:, and.dt5r hlljf1l"
injustice to me subject
Homo sends his to "Jack
that no hng: more than auvertising compliments itt
a liboral l a.mt t-v*< n"i\a'j patronage. Iletasi and leave that haS ; falsehood i flies uudj truth comelanp.llS' ings present occupied by James D-an. _
to
bad bee done towards begs say re- '
yet fie Jlnd
I preservation after and is instanct-s one hll/fof Lot .)\ ,. 6. in the city ?
of the hculth of this! city, that the oR.I tiiarKs are bo judicious and correct, that it, m ir.any of Pentacola, situated on'the The _
.- .- fur the suf I lists like: the physician, vno: Iras.: toand an infallible squire. '
.n lie does wish
n.jmcifIL-\-i' to enter the with
> surry I cers, whose duty it %WA so to do. had not not above property 'llJill be sold to satisfy a m rt-
the
&:ring credit ofourcoa.i Ln.ifen. we ob- visited the yards and premises, &c. ; nn I hUll on tne ubj.ct, sensible that tie will ent remedy dead for Tha the disejuj: : after lau- gage given by.the tlefendnnt to ,:plambjf .

$ 'rfl'Om the papers, thit a negro man, short, al'l'U,ig thee! officers of'thie jjrossest -j be oveiconie both by wit and argumentthere ; dable.pat and is actions mus'Irtuous be HE \J. r.lY, D.M. for
reiMer-
neglect. Ifsir, \'().I had taken the trouble ;i is one idea however contained in upright &iay HM. SEBREE .Marshal
slave killed bv his in South Jf29A \.r.
a was overseer, ed by the colourings ofpaty rancour i< _
Jack's production which will -
to examine the notice of tne Mayor of[ { to assent not May 1824.12 1 mtds.. _
Carolina; a fchort time sine.- The slave be It is contended that Le- tile perversions prejudice the mostilhberai ..
this city, published in the same number ofthe i, yielded tue -- .

was kicked 10 d ath. The jury brought. : paler mvvhichijou; made the r.m ti-ks, i jgisLtive 1 Cbuuc.Ibave !no power to pass ), odious and unjust; prudence tiie e- Salt, Whiskey, Flour, &c: .
about
'ir. verdict homtci de\\ laws the inhabitants because fore requires, tha: before one a'nU-s
a ofjusiifiablr you would' have perceived, that tile taxmg they
a. MaJor stated, he had once acco'iipatueti nave no vote in the election: of members,, what lie does not understand, he: should RtceZrsdper latest arrivals, and for sale 1.' _

:Indian Shrradne**.-The! full owing ex- the otficcrs in the discharge of their duty, nay. not eyeii power to recommend, as It louk to the consequenceSjVerba volant sed ./1. STOJfE V F. H. JWSBET. _

fract from the Connecticut Journal sets in in tn s matter ; and had you enquired of has been -deter.nined by the President, munent Scripts liters. g-p Barrels whiskey: ;

the proper officers, you would have found, and should they make a slight effort towards BRIEF. : 25 do. sup. Richmond flours .. _
forcible and correct v'ew the .
.._
a unjustifiable
that what has been considered the 6 hhds. first
moreover, they had been properly per. .' quality sugar;
ar.d ever to be regretted measures vigilant: in the discharge of their duties in fect.on of4 oar government, the noblest NEW-ORLEANS, May 12. 10 Bags; coffee ; '-

used by our forefathers tot irth the original this mitt p':' Its therefore asked that you privilege: 01,1'reemen, the selection of representatives A case of Yellow fever. will be 50 acks'Liverpool: ground salt. j _

proprietors of the American soli.n retiact. \ o.n I; error, and dojustice by inserting their petition is treated as 300 Do. coarse salt;

When (en. Lincol.i; went to make tuis in your next number. that of thii frogs to Jupiter, but although reported to the board of h-altli lu: Kegs manufactured tobacco .;

1 i A CITY OFFiCEU. the people have no vote, and it is determined Mr. F. Gales, a Creole aud inhabitant 25 do. Lard ; .
with the Crek la.ljan one uf theli'efs
peace I slulll not have in the 30 do. butterfirst
appointment of St. Domingo- resident 01 quality ;
: asked him to set do-ui on a Io.II -
o was then! desired; to move, & in a few .,\[r. Hunt.-In thc edito-al columns of of their Council yet the imposition of lax I New Orleans for about 18 years 20 bbls. porky I
es by thejfirst Council was not violation 10 do. mackerel -
Gazette of the 22d i.ist. there ;
our is au >.
minutes to move still aither. The request } back, is the unfortunate victim on
ot'the of 20 -
article headed Vallow sacred principle no taxation boxes
till the t,l Feveragainst soap ;
was repeated, general jot which the dreadful has
wuhont representation, the laws passed bj scourge 20 baskets oil -
the end of the logThe Indian :Ad: correctness of which I am conscien- sweet ; _
Move farther ;" to whicli tILe oeralreplied ciously boyndto object." 1 mean as to the Council, are not permanent, the ratitication begun its work oC destruction.We 5 Qr. casks Malaga Wins ;
: x
"i can move II') further." "J ust these particulars, where you say '* we are of Congress is required, in Con. at first doubted the fact that Loaf Sugar,_Pepper, Pimento, Salt Pch:\: _

{to observe that gress Florida had a representative, the i Mr. died Copperas, Molasses Ginger,,, Boxes K -' _
Gales had
t30 it is with us, id eciucf: ; "you have sorry now nothing more with the yellow v
law passed in September, the taxes i sins, &c.
moved us back to the: water, and then ask : than advertising has as yet been done ; wereto fever, but it is now beyond any .
be collected the next June, in Decem .
us to move farther .II! we have never had our yards and premises ALSO,
examined by the Constables, nor havewe uer intervening, Congress met, this law doubt. We received theit lli- 50 pieces cotton bagging"

was to bq approved or rejected by that from several *A'who 20 coils bale
heard that they have .visited the enclosures gence persons. rope ; _
Jtassachnsfftt. election
the
recent nf any of our neighbors." 1 can body, the inhabitants were heard, through had it from the physiciansv\vho attended :3 Tons Swedish Iron, German steel* -
of Governor and Lieut. Governor, of the their represeiualive Gen. Hernandez, and 10 Doz. S. Carolina hoes
;
attest, Mr, Etlitor, that previous to the him, & we hear moreover ,
,
State of Massachusetts .Mr. Eustis and date ot the above article the constables their wishes respected; the law was re. 3 do. spades and shovels ;
pealed, ho better exemplification could that last evening the body was opened 30
Gen. Morton,the former incumbents were had twicefvisited the lots of your neighbors Kegs nails assorted ; -

-eIccted.iNcw.liTrnphire.AIi. so much so, that the first time I wan nt dejiredl either of the riirht or tnIe in the, presence of a numberof Plough Moulds, Trace Chains, Iron, Cast
.
_. _
I : practical effect of such .._ .
a measure tlut ings, Cotton Cards
notified as an ottender against me me I professional gentlemen* who &c. < .a"
and tie government are bound to the ex- And 4 ponsiJerabie! ,. ssortment of Domestic .
.. : election for Governor proclamation of the Mayor, the second pay all agreed that the case was a
: time 1 waS fined accordingly. Though Ii pences jof the territory, is a proposition yellow fever. Courier. and other Dry Goods, stilted to the
New-Uantpshirc was lately had, that will not be denied complete season. .
paid my money.1 have no hesitation ta sayit : they are Jan. 35

but terminated without a choice. A majority was: just, and that proves that something I bound by the strongest obligations of jus"tiC' -- .

of all the \otes given is requisite, more Ulan advertising had then been : and'good;' faith. If it be true, that Tremendous. hurricane Vas Administrator's JVbticp.IED .

done. they have, paid some part why not the at Vera Cruz"6h the .
1 add himself
but was not given to any candl, ate.-JJa. nust that the Mayor experienced \ intestate at Jaclcsoa
Chipola, (
tid L. .Morrill had the largest number of in person, had verified that the 'pub. whole and 1 'are not jailors, sheriffs, clerksju. lOtir&pril: ; much property 'andma-! 9- 1I 'County, West Florida,) Dr. J1>ha
lie rors witnesses as much entitled
officer attended to that of their as others. -
Totes. duties for I have him part mine and .' vho have rendered more laborious ny lives lost. Among the. .;.vessels i H. 'Kd4jj about forty years,of light .

seen 0,1 and nteritorious services ? in the harbor, waSt.the sctt4idus- completion, and about five'feef three inches _
my two n :xt: neighbors' lots, performing perhaps our
.' :.r ".-At a caucus members of the super ntendance" tu which lie is calledin | good fr end the comptroller has_ not yet, try from Havana', :with, a Valuable l ft in height. It is supposed the deceased --

the New-York; Legislature, Col. aamuel the'mentioned article-:-your anxiety islaudablebut"asyou"are broken: fill the seals of 1'ie" Marshal: that cargo,;all hands_ lost, except the his no estate legal is heirs.niuehundred. The appraised and twenty valuftof _

Young wits nominated as a tandidte for, far from being disposed vast seTbonian bog" of the treasury .captain alid pilot., A, brig from dollars thirty seven and an halt cents : anil
to:'find fault should ,et'ex: triiled to une a Omn Ol1d.ge
to
or grumble, estab.lish' _. ; ; '
Wie office of Governor, and Erastu Roots the.facts.ait they are, by iving'aiaeto tliey **strain at a giuit and swallOw P1zi1a i {/ lia wa-totally: : l lost,. and unless legal heirs shall appear within ona
., aU handVjfirishje lhfe'U. 5. rear and claim the same, it 'will _be paii
Lieutenant'! *Governor of that Stale, by this true statement a came. /J' ..t' ; :; brig .
t I.,. .f" .' ..14wi into the Treasury of the Territory.
lirge 4 t .bi Inlw.Jila.-rJ it Sh'ark Jci.tiu4s and :-fourteen
majority of. .the meeting1.Cuuucticut of Pensacoki. --'o. --- : 1
.. We, arevhappy to-Jearn from ike -above : '..AIr.0 : \..Innewrcommunities like.: ofTi& cr w, including amidshiip.itniErnastcz4 I' 1 Thomas ,Russ.::!

-At the late annual clec- that'some of our citizens have: experienc ours,be fore pubjic opinion has>1 raduatfcd. ; aie; ;. all the I..;:- 4drniniatrator,. _

ion for the.efTccts thejrigilance e of ,nxm .according to Pie /proper scaInd ilns'smac r.Jackson County, 1st Mayl824-6wP::
: Governor and Lieut Governor of our police:>> I II : i : san4crews: twerP bucpmrarpce ...
11- : dIsisEofet4iofle,&c.for41ng toper : 03::: >The 'Claibprne! will please
,0Utectic.ttoim.er, Wolcott'wasreclectItdG' and are &orry that ,we 'ouricjves had 'not: rfi d; tfa\v t'y'a The:" l gazette
li-
.I "ra kid fike 1 hescmbliMi: \: insert the-foregfwig aav | ia4&>ent for.JIS :.f
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Lieut fcoor earHwkiownthat they ibad dene theirsduty.d. r- '*i1h.its utmostfti' i'veehd' I rtriiiiWiSiiifiiT in thn nf
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.r :. b ,. : POETICAL.: lJNfl'J.U SPATESDistrict Jf AM&:1t1c2L : .. .-, > *. S
', ., To 'H /lin1i
Christy 1'
Weather .
WctfYorco .s ornJi'tYpaldjn.,.
.of ; : Per.lIlitti11b: .
; ':: FOf 1M J'etitacofa Ga: ue. '1I1r.. .'l, 1J \ texandcr Gordon, &all# others .t
._ MACROS nc: iN AD A11ttv V5 -1f,4f >fii fa.YvirluiMjf 1 SHALL KEEP A cozccj:
'
: I:, : America !_land of the free and the brave, :Libel! ht3lI been filed, in m CJii. ; this; execution, ,-1 shall' .- ,Regular l' :4( Auction, Notice' ,is Hereby Given.

; ..' .. ., No despot's dominions, thy oceans .shall WHEREAS CourtttSf the ,United ). for cash, Tuesday proccedto'sell the ON the; :Thursclafefr every week for THAT the. .undersigned!,in purs1rance
mereEandisc
kinds of andfutni* writ
Stares for the District of We it partition/to them ?
Florida
; la'c '" on 'fSt''dayotJunc; next, at 12 o'clock, at the f
; ture Auction flfom of Pala. rccted by the hon. the
at
J the llthidayofMarcb, in the year of ourLord court house the following viz my corner superior ("OUrt j.
mist property
the ;
clouds like pass
West
Dark'tranny's fox and Uayjen streets. Florida,at the,May term
thousand
one eight hundred and 1824thC1'
.. : One :Bl cksmith's Bellows -
of and obtained
*
% HENRY MICIIELET. upon the petition 7
away twent) -four, by William F. ,,Steele; .Esq. of .
I Revealing, effulgent,bright Liberty's ray, Attorney of the United States for said Jis- One Anvil: and,one Vice, Pensacola, March 19th 182 -:-2-tf bert Mitchell for himself,and as trustee or

European Monarchs, their slave, may re. trict.. painst a certain schooner called seizcd at the suit aforesaid, and sold to sa others who joined him in the applicotion,
tain, *J*- the Florida, her tackle, apparel and furoi- tisfy this,writ NOTICE.RESOLUTION to wit : Colin Mitchel,John M'Nish'm

their threats ture, stating, that on the 27th day of February Wm. Davisun" \ of the Board of Aldermen CarnocIlJohnl'1hiamson, Bcnjut\i*
41
\V. John
t Vhile Cohtmoia, TOUTED, in the of lagers, Graham and others S'
will 'disdain. hundred year and our Aord( one thousand I j Sh'ff.: E. County. of this city, amending the I conveneat the house of Major JonW
%
f eight tv-four the
,
.
&
,.* said sShooner May 12th, 1824.-2w. lUth section of the ordinance of the 16th I Robinson: the 25th day c4Jtily
Florida
/TT .5u whereof was mas next .
of their October,last, having made it the duty of order to proceed to
millipns
boast
completethe partitoUof
jealous tynmts"may tcrat that time James
:' ,Day, which said :
H)7.'lCETJ.at the Constables to visit and examine
.
divide
: even' and in a 1
slaves ,. schooner then manner most benefit
in
the ofNewOrleans
was lying "
.
'
port
lot within the limits of this for
i City, thepurpose in the
> the l> judgment of the S!
agreeably to an act of -
undersigned
of in he state of Louisiana ga (0
.And England's prcud isle, claim Neptune of cleanliness
t ,
promoting they the
I' 7 their last Session parties concerned that
{
I i. and bound to the oi I'ensacola in the Coun passed at tract of
port Jand
j his waves; I were: .so ordered:. to proceed. The Mayor, or a thereof
Territory Florida, and having: on boarda and Approvet' :fourth.day Ju.1yI823; part : lyingand being between .
i Columbia; undaunted, the teorld,can defy ; certain female negro slave, of the name I shall attend at the Court House in Gads I however, conceiving the object one of the rivers ,St. Marks and Appalachicok

!: -- t Kindling hl' 9l's exulting, with shouts rend of Judith being other than those noted in den county on the,, 5th day of June next to ; great importance: for the welfare the constable of the commonly"known by the name of"Fcrb5.
recieve the Public and County Tax for.said community, accompanied purchase, excepting therefrom
her manifest did without first
the sky. having made .! in the of that and certailreserves \
duty
'performance ascertained
;
I V 1 and those who do not attend may expect belonging to J. and
out subscribed county! J.Innefaritv
a manifest of '
: Spring forth to the combat, rushfearlessi duplicate every that the measures had
proper and others
dealt with the Law direct the said
t..* mulatto to be as ; partition to be mrufe'or
or of cul ,
negro ur
person been attended to in ,
t I except two or three so much
on, 11OBERT FoluiIS.sertll. thereof/as
on board I ch vessel, including such ne in practicable,and re',
Our JACKSON" their war-cry, i&ns'favorite : places only, ,regard to which i orders turned to the next Nu\'ember.ferm
h'oJ fejnal e slave, aforesaid, and withouthaiigrevzous1y were'issued' of the
compliance pith the
lOth.-1 824. above said Superior .
I Gadsden COfl7t.4fag urt.Johnathan
son ; : 1 delivered the same to mentioned ordinance. This is therefore .
: tell the deeds lie has the collector of the said i in & Rohinson
l'EW ORLEANS can us port manner Commissioner's; Office,' to give notice to the inhabitants of .

%. done. Jorm as required by the act of Congress Pensacola April 1st 1824.. S Pensacola, that the Constables will renew Ed w. B. Robinson

JUVENIS.ANOTHER entitled an:act to prohibit the importa. fLL having claims and title the visit every two weeks, and at the same ,
___. tion of slaves, &e March 2cl persons Henry Younge
time
:- ---- approved jyi to lan4 within West Florida, are to require every good citizen! individually ,
I 18u7-and w.thoul having-: obtained a per., ,not to neglect to impart to ,the :Micliael! Harvey;
: L.Sl.\
.q. l
mit in manner as required by said ct, HEREY KOTIF1ED, I public authorities any and every: information Marfc

depart and sail! from the aforesaid port ; of the Hoard of Couimissi i which"nay come to their knowledge Harvey,
OHIO MEETING that the sesipn: $ -
I AND of New-Orleans to the port of Pensacola ners has been extended until the first I with respect to the object ot cleanliness 'Robert Forbes.
THE DEVIL NOMINATED FOtt PRESIDENT. aforesaid, having-the aforesaid negro slave I: in general, as one of the most important Gadsden County
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day January next, and that so much of. ,. ,-May 12th 1824. IfLi
:, .-A meeting was lately field on board contrary to the sa.cl: act, uwl in the law as Heretofore provided for the | sources ot our expected prosperity, and -- n.o-

:i at Columbus, the seat of government violation of the laws of the said United. filing of clajms, Ipnor to the 1st day of the most sure mode of preserving the Aitre Hall Gun Po" der. .
States the aaid schooner Florida
whereby health their
and existence
! .1 in Ohio, to give De Witt her tackle, apparel 1 and furniture has December, 1823> ,)has been repealed, and friends. of families and THE Subscriber, affnt for the proprie-
- the time extended to the first day of will bu
boost September coMintly
Clinton candidate
another as a become forfeited to the use of the said United P. ALBA supplied; with
1824. A II claims not filed before Mayor.Ia"or's II the
for the presidency, but. after Stat es and prajing the usual pro ) Office, Pensacola, ? descriptions ; quality ot''this pow-
It ," tliKt lime, *\hdl\\ be held and deemed void : aer is well known, it is warranted
i: a g'Vat deal of disputation, thi y cess and monition of this honorable tinsaid court, rind of none effect. The office will be o- April .;d, 1824. 5 d not superior any made in the United equal
that all interested in
' ;: finally) taal'd-THE DEVIL. persons pen on Monday next ; claimants; are rc. States, and far above London Tower
schooner Florida, her tackle, apparel and BY TilE MAYOR
: 1 ., "Wi ;Iope: thc old rascalvill dJ -- furniture, be cited in jjent-r.il' aid I (quested be punctual in their attention TION. Proof. Country dealers and retailers will
may A Pl ()( 'lt.' tA
;' to the (examination of their claims, as the be supplied on advantageous terms.
cline and Clinton
: I gi\.e chance. special,to answer the premises- and all
commissioners are determined to take compliance with the 3d section of the F. U. \hIet.
' ftrunsivick Fred. due proceedings being had, tlut the same: I ;
them :n the order in wHch ordinance of the 16th November
up they are '
i' 2.
;1 nm be condemned and forfeited to the Aug. -tf.
:: arranged by the Secretary. 1822 which is as follows; "that from and -
use of the sad; United States, according to -I-
; : Several of the Grand Juries at the form of the statutes in such case made S AM U EL:,U. QVI EKTON} after the 1st day January next, every

:.j the south, have Jiretcnted Gen. and 1 provided.: JOSEPH M. WHITE, S. Comm'srs. privy within the city shall be of the, PROPOSALS

:-: Jackson as a candidate for thepresidency. 111EKKFORE, in pursuance of the'mo-. -CRAVES) P.lLUCKETT,3 depth of not less than three feet, and "'"%flJ.L be received till the 3pth.cf Msy

to And: several of the n.tion; under the seal of the court aforesaid M. HUNTER, Secretary, the proprietor of every lot, :on which ? T next, to furnish the Florida; Indians .
i1 \ I ... tome directed and delivered, I do hereby there shall be a privy of a smaller: depth,' with provisions for one year, commencing
'I Grand Juries (If Boston, have tcr.- GIVE ISO'IICK The! Subscriber shall! forfeit and pay a sl.m'11 exceeding on the first day of September

centl} fircrntedv\ editor of the : S5 ; and the Mayoi is here v author- ensuing. The supplies required are
.1-
: G.laxfOI' iljheR. Mr" u.. kiflgI to the aforesaid James Day, aid, to all and has t'eceivc< d per late arrivals bed from and after the dayt aforesaid, fresh beef salt and corn or flour; the ration -

i ; liam hunioirusly" : remaiks that he singular, every person or persons interested to cause such privy to be cleaned out, to'consist of one and a quarter poundof
in, and to the articles aforesaid, that thefoilowlng GOODS, and deepened, at the expense of such beef, one quart of corn, or an equivalent
tt 1 ._ and Gen. Jackson ar fast rising they be and appear before the stud court, Which he will sell Low for proprietor, and award a warrant or exe in flour, and salt at the rate of four

J: to a place of ciibting'ijshtcl honor. at the court house in Pensacola( on the cution against him for the"Cos"-s. thereof r quarts to every hundred rations. The amount -

i t Albany Argus. first Monday in November next, then and Cash or Cotton.Groceries. after notice, in a summary manner. No will be from'2,500 to 3000 rations

, I 4 _____ there to interpose their claim tor tHe privy, from and after he 1st day of perday, varying, from the smallest to the

.1, I 1 MATRIMONY. I same, and make tiieir allegations in that January next, shall be permitted to'. largest amount, at the option ot the subscriber .
: behalf. overflow to be otherwise \in notice of
or an a
uncleanly upon thirty days
A bill luis )rUn inti UdUC.Cl\\ into 't:. ;
U "William Scbree, or offensive condition ; and the places delivery St. Marks, Tampa Bay
; the PetuisyUutiia Legislature} to : if there be otherwise the and such points .
. A-aislial L W }:.. S tenant, one, or as may hereafter be designated
tax c.11 bachelors which has pro- Pen arnIa 18th 1824-11-2w. \ ,\/yyBllshejs| ) ) coarse salt ; proprietor, of such privy, shall forfeit within the Indian boundaries a 3

: duii-cl. considerable! excitement a- May 500 Bushels ground allum do ; in sacks; and pay, for every such offence, a sum constant advance of two month's sup

the b..ppy creatures, v.--n L- 47 BbIS, rye ,Whiskey ; not exceeding 55 ; and if such tenant: plies will be exacted, and the articles required
litoirg I MARSHAL'S l : SALE"Superior : 30 Do. superfine Philad. flour; or proprietor do not cleanse ;the same to be of good quality.-persons
.. an determined not to be bu : ic 1 Court of Jl'est Jlor1da. 20 Do. Nos. 1 and 2 mackerel within a reasonable time, to be judged offering to contract will make the offer

into iratrimonv by legal 15 of the after notice ) in writing, sealed and
any pro- Fmncisco Uonal of Do. mess pork ; by Major, given to directed to me,
IiI o .ss. I don't think that the bacbelr..s Ex'r. oj JJomnigo Sallas, I BY.irtue 15 Do. cider ; -. that effect by an officer of police, the stating the rate at which they will furniak

-ii'* \\t 11 t1C ted. If they reiittii vs. f fin> Chancery I 20 Do. molasses ; Mayor may cause the same to>. be done the entire rations, or cither of the component -

SiUl.C';} tht"vn. taxed to pay John Jt. Cazsnat'et: J the above case, 60 Do. potatoes ; at the expanse as aforesaid, to?be.leviedas I parts ; the result of the offers will
i' I 10 Qr. casks wine assorted; aforesaid." It >s reconmjtentled to be made known, on application tome, at
made at the May term, 1824 of this honorable -
rot the fcither beds of the married
i 15 coflee and to ever* temmtofany F the Territorial seat of
court, I shall proceed to sell at Bags ; eery proprietor government, near
4 co'.j.l-", anti} if we tith.I 5 Do withiu the limits ofa.1is.corpo Tallahasse or the
; thy many lic: Auction in front of the Court I ; i pepper; house : individuals whose of
fit.d J tiicii! paiagraih'd: thus in the Cit)' of Pensacola, on'Tuechiythe 6th 5 Do. alspice ; ration to avail themselves ofthis most L fers.are accepted will be notified of ',he

I tl.e ,ne\v- paprrs; -JMr. A. Z/. aged day of July next, at 12 o'clock, for cabli, 14 Kegs manufactured tobacc. ; proper season to attend strictly to the same through the medium of the Po.t-Of-:
100 crackers above mentioned for fear lice :-The most -
Do. here unquestionable
the following viz ; provisions : security 2
40u: Mhs M. G.aged ;.,0' JSJouuuer \\ : property !
will be
i .I.:, .I SO: Do. butter ; that, by neglecting the same we should L required for the faithful fulfillment
i : lav or. I tWi'l 1 i'tSUCI') u t $ : 800 Arpens of Land, 20 Do. lard ; attract, or encrelSC, and dcsecye events of the contract ; and to prevent delay, it

; l'v. ;. ,: ',1ihparity ofeais l between '-iM'na;: : to the 30 Do. Dupont's powder similar to those which befell 'us during is expected that the proposals will be
yl' belonging; estate of Do- *
.* such 40 Bags shot assorted the of 1822. *. accompanied by a statement of the
; tl' i .cupie to render. a waini.iT &$*$ minpo hallas, situated on t1Cnor' ; summer security -
: Let + 4 Boxes bar lead ; The constables shall camr the said I intended to be offered.My .
nt
i! n..gt.\ph| uect-yy.: L' h side of the creek, commonly calledKayou
i '
10 Do. mould candles into effect they stall report order of the superintendant.
provisions ;
telt: ) ou. thut, betweerri bale man of Grande,about seven miles to tHC y ,
: 5 Do.: do and infraction thereof to the G. HUMPHREYS,
sperm every
cstward ; any
1: 40, and a puny girl of 20, the manis v\ Jose Ualndo of Pensacola:-and 800, originally grantedto of land, 40 Do.i soap ; -? Mayor, for the remedy and the;..fine to be Agent for Indian Affairs in 10n&
the Nowin the follow arpens 5 Pensacola, April 6th 1824.
;, youngest. situated about four'mlks north of PCIISJ- Do., chocolate ; enforced. I.
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I i .,; marriage. grant ye the; e is cola front.lugeast on the Ha\. bounded: 20 DO.I raisins ; Given in the Mayors Olfice at
to land 5 Bbls. loaf sugar ; I' Pensacola, this 28th.Teb., 1824.P. Bf/ IVilliam P. Duval Governnof'
at.
i' bomelhing Uugh on the ncrtieast| bv vacant north I h}'
1 4 .** 'Williamsburg, Illinois, I a creek, south by a possess: of.1.loJquiiuI 2 5 DO.I race and ground ingeJt ALBA, 1a'or. the Territory of Florida.PROCLAMATION..

(;-t'u'l. Jobn Edgar, of N. Jersey, > : and the creek commonly called 10 Crates llhds.copperas ; ::1 L
Bayou Grande, and west by the crockery; AN ACT. t .
possesstons
an officer of the revolution: aged I of Dr. Pablo GroUlpt ra.-md the 10) Chests teas assorted Of the Legislative Council passed at \\ 5FIIEREASt in pursuance of an act

", bo years, to Miss Eliza Stevens, I same will be sold to satisfy the aforesaid 5 I1h 1s. stone jars; their last session, imposes a;poll tax of VfW; ; bf the Legislative Council of the

aged 14 years. I decree and costs.jiEA'j .. twenty-five cents on e'effree' male a- Territory Florida, approved the 24th

a :\h, here is, indeed disparity 1 ;, ]'.,' /.";,)\', D. ..41.orII. \ Hardware.. bove the age of twent '. ni years, to be day of.June, 1823, Commissioners were

: actual swindling in love's calen '. tiKJUiEE:; ..1a"Iwlll'. F. collected by the Sheriff as may b seen appointed to select the most.eligible and

L E dar.-It is.a shame for that old May 22d, 1824-11-tds. .. 25 Kegs nails and spikes ; by reference to the advertis ment below convenient situation for the seat of eov.rnment .
.
2 Tons iron ; 1 cask trace chains ; County Court of JZscambia,7 of the Territory of Florida, and
revolutionary ccck'd' hat to cheat ISH.AL'S l AL]{. 2 Doi castings February Terti, 1824. 5 the said Commissioners have 'reported tome

1 a ft01: gui t1 us 500 Cwt.1 steel I ; Be it ordered, and it is hereby ordered, that they have selected a scite in the

My great rand uncle, who was I Su/irrior Court of Jl'est Florida. 1 Box mill; saws ; that there be levied for the ;use of the County of Gadsden, situated"about a milo

a venerable Rabbi, at Stratsburg, : ..lIan' JMalagosat: T Vii Y virtue of ats 1 Do.. cross-cut do ; County of Escambia,'a tax ori the follow southwest from the .old deserted fields of
I
tr I vitli a large flowing silver beard, tht'lieiiNof C.W decree iniiicente 100 Doz. files assorted ; ; ing property, at the rates; : hereinafterspecified Tallahasbe, about a half mile south of the

OnloKgoittc. j Chancery'made 100. Do1 knives and forks ; viz : : Oke-lock-o-ny and Tullahasse' trail, at.a
;
undertook. to fall in love atthe age in the abo\e case, at the May term, 1824, 50 Do.I pocket do ; ";- I On all free white males betweenthe point where the old Spanish road is inter-

of 80 u ihu j pretty little Brunette of this honorable court, I shall proceed to with a great variety of HARDWARE t ages of twenty one anil fifty sected by a small trail running southward

of 16.-The girl consented, but on sc'lI It )Public Auction, in front of the consisting! of nob, dead, stock,closet, desk, years I: gl ly." In the exercise of the discretion i ia

1 the clay of marriage she repented court house the in 6th the city of Pensacola, on till, trunk!and pad locks ; razors ; scissors; On all Slaves, [ 50 me vested by the said act, and for the information .
Tuesday day of July next, at 12 spigots I hammers' draw-knives On Lands Citizens in fee of the'good people of this
shovels Ter.
"" and
awl fi* of the ; ; ; per
the
u at
got o'clock for cash the
ague
approach described
f ... of following spades; frying pans; wagon boxes &c. &c. 100 acres, -i 50 ritory, jmve'thought proper to issue this
winter, or rather at this pi operty, viz : my' Proclamation,
2 Bqxes cotton and wool cards On Lands of non.residents,per 100 requiring tHe members
; union of :May and December, and __.Ap;, LOT, No. 272 f.ituated'on 1 Do. combs ; 1 do. fowling pieces; acres, ; 1 of the| Legislative Council of the Territory

I :: '1 in a flood of tears refused to repair p ;I i Intendencia street, in the city 20 Doz hats ; On store-keepers, shop-keepers, Hondas-to assemble at the scite above

'''.. :j to tb J altau.wht'n' all things were l; ; -:f PensacoJabelweenthe 500 Pair men's shoes and brogans and tavem-ke pers-out of the described, on the day appointed by Jaw
for
' ) lots of Garcia the
.. Manuel andAi'Mcvoy of of next session thereof.
limits the 5
; rL'idy. \\ hat's her 5 Doz sieves ; city Pcnsfcola, .
.1 : ohjection together: with all the buildings 30 C?ils coi-dagc; On Swords, Dirks& Sword- X. "- :i- _-J'< Siiiri my !teat grand uncle, who thereon, consisting oftwo dwelliig 20'Do. bale rope ; On Watches |; 1 seal of the suid Territory at
i dressed in while halin for the houses and out buildings.-The abovcproPEl" wheel Pensacola, the
40 4th
I Kgs white lead ; On pleasure carriages, SOn day of
i'-i''W'1 a itJt1. "She complains or your, at present occupied by Mr. 10 Do. verdigrease ; 2 wheel pleasure carriages, 2 March... in the year of'our

Ii"; : ', sir," said the bride's maid pson, and will the defendant be sold to satisfy 2 'CJisks )lamp oil ; And it is further ordered;that the said Lord, one thousand eight

'I ::11'; .)h, is that all?" said he,"*" tell .' given by to the 2 Do. paint do ; taxes have reference to property? owned hundred and twentv-four.,
f 2 Do. spirits turnentine. r on the, first day of__ _June_ .in_ eiirh 'PAP_ and or the, .- _Inr1pn-"nt1..ri.... M'...
.: I the She iIf:Av 'r. .1fAJ\' n. n '" n '- ----J--- t"--- -
"T longer waits the older ; jf.orII' 1 the United
Do. Ordered
: lamp black; that William Dayison, Sheriff States of Arneriv
:t :I am growing.:' She dried her XKRHE& Msnhal H. F. ... ca the
r 22d 1824 11 I .'lLfiJO, of the County of Escambia fie, and he is ; forty eighth.
: tds.
-
May .
y Itars and'was. married and happy{ 10 Packages DRY GOODS- ;- hereby, app-/mted collector:for said Bounty WILLIAM P. DUVAL.
I ,'. '. and that he collect the taxes By the Governor,
.. ; I don't think that legislativeprovision latest arrivals and for And under the ,
per a large; assortment of FAMILY MRD1C1NES GEO. WALTOV
t' | RECEIVED same regulations, as arc required for col ,
: is calculated
f1g. ( to,a id mal- of the first quality. of
-
lee the Territorial Sec'ry Florida.
ting Tax.
., ? rimon)' Br the I publication of the M. MARCUS TIO, P N. ALLEN. ;.. March- 13- 1 -

agsllIn' parties will deter marriages ': ())f-i'\ BAltKKLS hjskey} 'Feb.. tf. NO'rlC\E. -- t.t.lOTICE. U-

$I in which there may be disparity -! 'I 20 do. Sugar, CrpHE, undersigned, havitig been duly "\ .

>; 1 .. of -years. Cupid's arrows j1?.>2 do. Com :'N() .iCe, ,vll appointed collector of the Territorial .

1 vfould be 'dtij indeed, and the lit- 4 do. Beef The Sunday( School i in'this Place, will and County taxes for the County of Es KTH' "Copartnership. under th" firm of
19 do. N. Orleans Rum :: I : be continued! as usual.at'the'court house cambia, : 41 TirirClIELL & 1MTSOJV wasilissolved
,
: tliGod tobtir
" I : of'qir his 'richness 4 clo. Molasses, .' i mutual
every Sunday rt.orning to commence at9 HEREBY GIVE ? t1flCE. by consent on the 15th
t 'r; i :' i', Hyn-en should ;lead :'!@r"tothe ;:t.4.dt Rice; :I ; o'clock! A. M. A sermon will also be read 1'hat'he will :attend at hisolBce' in this ei- I inst.' T.Twitcliell is fully authorized to *

t ',':. : : altar but swrei 18maVljr 25. bags eoRee, ,.t t': every jun'day% evening when' there_is no ty"dtiringihctmonth3 of June and July settle, all business of the late' firm ,

"I! :tr.. ... '. PA'SANECDOTE.' //. 'Advocai t' i 50,sacks coarse",Salt; p19kegLard '. preach],ng, nt1ialf past)3.t) o'clock.'Bcnj. ; : next,for the, purpose,of receiving thenx; TIMOTHYTWITCIIFLII' *
.
V DANIEL "
4; 'I.' 4 .. SO -. I s- AVymin,' and in August and September 'at:,the, ,of WATSON. ", .. .
q box.Soip; : .Se. cy.'S.S. S. fices of the several April,. ,17tb.tf1' .. ,
.. JUi.fice'1of. .Peace
: .. .....' A ; ...
L.SQ, : : in .. -
*''' I Mar4b 19th.1824.., .. 'i- the County.f hes. : '
.f. ,
A gentleman hearing of the 10 pic-ces,cotton ,!, I fc- fcj j purpose "
: AU tn9t
"J' persons'in rested' ( requested: and \ y Tvyitchell: ,
I rf r:! ; death ofanother.1, thought ,, 6 coilr' .bale' .'. 'E'a ,. \; r\\_ advised, s'.l good, zen3promptly: 'to :

I : t J.' -- said he, to a ,pl'son.if$ company, .ANn- AN' -,.,. or, : : and-ac irately' eie render,Obedience tq thee Ja;ws, and -payji) JY/LL OTLWJE37f1UpTtoN '

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