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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: June 5, 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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General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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XT ftY S ATT EDIT. I;fuel, and candles ; 'travellin ) PP roAr $ .rt,.shall .be'paid' 'out'ofj ny act heretofore passed, ,to the rapture at the thought of freedom

BY W. HASELL HUNT i penses for officers, and tran j fbh-ey' hi ,the.Treasury*.'not o- Contrary: not"withst noirig. and'of ,;oing back ,to, Africa,. but
tion for seamen ; freight of appropriated : Provided. Sec. 2. And b further enact would not ,hope that ch' dream

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR wharfage and dockage for That, no money appropri- ed, That all writs pleas, suits, re could ever realized.
J'uhN.htr'he Lams oj the United States where there are no public I by this 'act, shall be paid to cognizances, indictments, and all The situation: of those persons

Subscription Five dollars a year in ad expenses, and a per diem I person' for his compensation, other proceedings,civil ,and criminal was made known by the Colonizatign -_

,vance. Advertisements inserted at One ance for attending courts is in arrears' to the United shall be heard, tried, and pro- Society to the President of
Dollar for every twelve lines or under for and courts of inquiry ; until such person shall have ceeded with, by the said Court, at the United States, who said, that, :
fiie first insertion-each subsequent inser- tion to judge advocates ; ( g d for and paid into the the times .fixed in the first section if proper certificates were given of- A
tion Cents. furniture for vessels in all sums for which he their desire to .
Fifty y of this act, in the same manner as ,return ,thegovern r
::: -- sioiv incidental labor at navy be liable : Provided further, if no :alteration ,in the! times for ment would pay the expenses- of

which is not applicable to nc thing in this section con- holding. said _Court, had. taken transportation. The ,navy agentat ;
ther appropriation ; : hall extend'' to balances a- Baltimore, was ordered have -
j s lely from. depreciation of place.Washington them examined. They
public vessels in the United Approved 29th 1824. were .1
r and in foreign- countries; Treasury Notes,received by s chprrson'lto April brought together for the purpose,

naval registers, blank pay be expended in the pub- T'1i3 .. and as examination could only .
receipt rolls, stewards' : service ;' but, in all cases where ; E"L'LAN"'I. be carried on through Wilkinson t.
seamens' allotment pay or salary of any person is A :- as interpreter, he gave his'under F

proceedings of courts in pursuance of this act,! We call,the attention:of our,readers oath. We shall speak of his interesting '"

T-l storage-of provisions, and shan,,bt' the, duty ot,the Account-i. : to the following highly interesting examination nearly in the

BY AUTHORITY. in foreign ports, and in the ing officer+ if demanded by the par- article, from the North A- words of Mr. Coal l, Secretary of States, where public stores his agent or attorney to report merican Review. If tHe facts contained the Baltimore Auxiliary Society,
ln act supplementary to the act, entitled provided ; coals for forthwith, :to the Agent of the in it will not reach and affect who was present, and took an ,account 4

"Xn act supplementary to the act, entitled and anchor makers, and fu Treasury Department, the balance the heart of humanity, we of the proceedings in writing .

'An act for debt.the relief, of persons steam.engines; purchase and due ; and ,it shall lie the duly of should despair of ever presenting The general question was put to ; .

imprisoned for and tt'nanreof: : oxen,carts, large the sail Agent, within. sixty days any that would. them severally whether they-wish* !1
Bf it enacted by the Senate wheels, and workmen's thereafter, to order' suit to bfc commenced Mciro/ivlittinj, Geor cc.wn. D. C. ed<< ,. to remain in. this country a. I
Souse of Representatives of fht'United chamber money to officers, It against_ such delinquent & freemen, or be sent to Messurado. .... +!
States of America in Con-' his- 1 Several months ago, a vessel and thence, practicable to the.if. tI
of quarters, other than I sureties. : j
into the harbonr
came of Balti-
frets assembled That the personor Washington Approved April 29, 1824. homes Dowry was the first who
purchase 'of books, chat ts, ; which from various $ [l"
more circum-
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persons who shall or may be and mathematical -.. w:,called, to answer. He was :
commissioned, either by any Judge chronometers, machinery, An act making appropriations for certain stances, was thought have negroes cheif in, his'own country, of. whom : "
ef the Supreme Court of the United draw in$:i, and all fortifications t of the United States, for unlawfully! : detained on Wilkinson had some ktiowledge.He i
States, or by any District Judge description used thr the year one thousand eight hundred board. So strong was the ground replied,"! wish to go home,I f i
very
j of
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of the United States, to administer the naval service ; expense and trent' our. usPieion took that a few individuals wish to see my father, my wife, and I j
the oath prescriueti by the act, entitled 'deserters ; Be i# enacted by the Senate ,and on themselves the responsibility children, I have been at Messu :
"An act for the relief of per- suing in sick expense House\10/ Representatives of the U- of searching the vessel, rado, I live but three day's walk f
Hers quarters
, eons imprisoned for debt," passed ; and nited States of America in Congress ,and they found concealed, eleven from that place." Borterou answer 4H|. ,
powder lighterage
_on the sixth d.!v of January, Ann' hire postage; of letters on I Assembled, That the followingsums negroes, who'were foreigners, incapable ed ; 'Let me go home,I have wife, IHI j i ,.
of
Domini one thousand eight hun- service for diem I I e, and the same are herebyapPro I speaking or understanding I have two children, I live,a morn
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per
dred shall and have full the English language. A prosecution walk from '
nay pow- officers engaged on extra fortification ing's Dowry.'The next
tr and authority issue a citation, Wyond the limit of their to each especially, as follows !- was accordingly entered person called was Mousah, the son ,
. directed the creditor his against life Captain, as being engaged ,
agent for the purchase and : I of a highly/respectable chief, with,
tjr attorney, if either lives within steam and fire engines and For Fort Jackson at PlaqueminTurn :. in the slave trade ; but as whom Wilkinson was personally

one huiulred. miles of the_ place ol nery; for of tin ,:the river Mississippi, one he affirmed, that the negroes were I acquainted. He had been living ,
J imprisonment, requiring him to ceased expenses 'iundred and ten thousand dollars. his own property, lawfully acquired with General Harper, and when
Appear' at the time and place therein > I for persons taxes belonging Forithe/ Fort at Chef Mcntcur, and no proof of the contrary asked if he was not disposed to
mentioned, if he see fit, to shew I navy public"; on and navy for one hundred: thousand dollars.FortheFortat.NobilePoint. i could oe adduced, he was acquitted. remain, and be instructed/ and go '
property ; t
cause why the said oath or aflir-- dents to the public vessels, onehundred The,law demands, that in home hereafter and teach his couu i *
nation should not be ,administered and thousand alLduubtful claims to the propertyof
twenty-five he
no other object or purpose ; try men, replied 'General Harper gj
slaves the labor of
: ver, one hundred and dollars., proof shall is: a good man, he will give me jj Jb
For' tfort Monroe, ninety-fiv rest on.. the claimant, and as the clothes and food and be kind
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thousand dollars. tome
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted i the i y
That, if the creditor,his ag |nt. For contingent expenses thousaniLxJollars.: I Captain such present case, could bu.t he cannot give me'm,
produce no
orattorney. lives within fifty miles j jects arising in the current F"rFejrt, Calhoun, ninety. thou- detained proof: the negroes wife and children.' When the i (
and hereinbefore sand ollars. were by the court, 'general questior. was to Caban- 2 !
not put
of the place pf imprisonment, only ]' : although he
fifteen days previous to notice by five thousand dollars. For topographical reconnois was permitted the to es- glTie, he replied : 'Why do you

bitation, shall be required.H. .. For repairs of vessels, satire,:: repairs, and contingencies, some cape. of Through the active members humanity of the of : ask this over ind over? Do you |]
LAYS I, wear and tear, three twenty-six thousand dollars. Colonization I not know that nothing is so dear ,.a
fifty thousand dollars. Forithe purchase of a site, and Society, these negroes as a man's home ? I am so rejoiced "
Speaker_ of the House of Representatives. collecting materials for the projected \ provided for, by being
For the improvement hereby"a a: the thoughts returning, !i
DANIEL D. TOMPK1NS, docks and wharves work ai New Utrecht Point, distributed among 'several fami- ; that I,want words_ to j
yards express my
Vice President of the United States, lies in the of
the neighborhood Balti-
enclosures and buildings, one of works intended to defend : thanks. Mazzey said : '1\1Ymoth. :*
and President of the Senate. I the; Narrows in New-York more, to remain till they should .
tlesc.iptiomone hundred er is living, my father is living, t '
ashinb"ton April 22, 1824: Approved : learn the
language, and be able to a
haroor fifty thousand dollars. ,
JAMES MONROE.n seven thousand five have two sisters, I shall be grate +
For the purchase of a sie and express their wishes, in regard to ful
'lars, with authority to to those who send me to my f
act making appropriations for the *>y and with the consent collecting materials for the projected their future destination. family and lends The answer of $

support of the Navy of the United Sfcites Commonwealth of 1\1 v ork at Brenton's Point, Nar- Fortunately, about this time, a Fanghah was: 'I'shall be joyful togo \

fbr the year one thousand eight hun a slip of land,estimated to ragansel Bay, Rhode Island, fifty young African, by the ,name of home, I have a father, mother,
dred and- twentyfour.e i>>out nine thousand thousand dollars. Wilkinson, a native of the Susoo wife,-sister, and three children to
it enacted by the Senate- and feet to straighten the back Washington, April 29th, 1824,ApprovedAn county, on the Rio Pongas, arrived meet me in my own countryCor*- ''

J douse of Rtfirtsentctives of the' t he navy yard at Charlestown in_Baltimore. Some years ago, ree,said, that all he desired was to ;
United State of America in Congress sachusetts.For act to procure the necessary Surveys, a Chief of the Susoos! entrusted be landed in Africa, and he shouldsoon

assembled.. That, for defrayIng ordnance and Plans, and Estimates, upon the subject two of his sons' to the care of the find 'Ms way home. Bai.haa

the expenses: of *the navy for* stores, including small I of Roads and Canals. Captain Rio of' a French vessel, trading made nearly.the same reply. ,

the'year one thousand eight hundred nufacture of powder, one Be it enacted by the Senate and in the Pongas, who promisedto After these eight persons wero
and following House of Hefiresentatives of the United take them to West-Indies, examined
: twenty-four, the dollars, with the un they expressed great
sutns be, and the same are I ances of former States of America in Congress have them educated, and return anxiety to be rejoined by two of
bereby, respectively, appropriated: I estimated to amount to Assembled' That the President of them at the end of four years. their companions not present.
For the pay and subsistence of teen thousand dollars. the United States is hereby autho- When the stipulated time had These had been placed with'a man,
the officers and pay of the' seamen, rized to cause the necessary .sur gone by, and nothing was heard ofthe who, it seems, uas unwilling to
For houses
eight hundred and forty-seven amount ship taken from, to the veys, plans' and estimates, to be boys, Wilkinson was despatched part with them, and had reportedthat
.''thousand one hundred and ibrty- Increase made of the routes of such Roads to the West-Indies- to search. they: wished to remain. Thi*
two dollars and tuvnty-five cents. live hundred, seventv-eight dollars. and canals, as he may dee-n of 'national thorn out. He succeeded in finding proved to be a false pretence, setup
For provisions, in addition to importance, in a commer- them, but had the mortification. to ( with.a view to profit by the
the sum of twenty-five thousand one For pay and subsistence cial or ,military point of view,. or learn, that the treacherous Captainhad labor of the negroes, and whatever
hundred and! twenty-eight dollars marine corps, one hundred necessary for the'lransportation oi not been true to his word; he may be the power of the law in

'and seventy-five cents, the balance venty-two thousand and the public mail ; designating, in had, deserted the boys, and they such a case, it will be difficult' to
appropriation I four dollars. the case of each Canal, what parts were turned over to:work with the make.it appear in the eye of juste
Unexpended
and provisions hand, I I For ciothing for the same : may be', made capable of sloop navigation slaves. Wilkinson recovered them, in any better'lighuthau the crime

Vme (iuiuhed thousand dollars. ty-eight thousand seven : the surveys, {plans, and however, without :difficulty, sent of being engaged in the slave
For medicines, hospital stores, and sixty-five dollars, estimates for eaeh, when completed them to their father, and came trade. A writ on a fictitious suit

,and all expenses 1 on account of the For fuel for the to be laid before Congress. himself to Baltimore, to take passage was taken out against the negroes,
ick, twenty-five thousand dollars. sioned officers, musicians Sec.i, 2. And be it further enacted home, in the colonization and they were thus released from _
For pay Hub3ihtcnce-and allow- vates six thousand dollars. That, to carry into effect the packet. He had already been in thraldom,and brought to the placeof

'ances of every: description, to all For military stores objects' of' this act,the President be England, and ,spoke' our language examination. When they arrived -

eommissiunud and warrant officers: stocking arms, armorer's and he.'is.: hereby, authorized to em- with.. fluency. their companions sprang with
employed at the several navy yardsj.I morer's tools, ,knapsacks, ploy two or more skilful civil 'engineers Soon after his arrival, he visited extacy to meet them, embraced

sand shore stations, also of naval equipage,. and 'such officers of the' sone'f. the recaptured Africans, them again & again, ,caught them;
camp
constructors, store-keepers, inspectors -' and ordnance stores, five corps of engineers, or who may be. just mentioned, and discovered in their arms, raised them from
master workmen, clerksof dollars. detailed: to do duty with that corps, that 'they came from the region the ground,continued for halfan

the yards, of the check, and of For medicines as he may think proper ; and the bordering on, ,his own country, and hour'at intervals to embrace Is
Commanders ant). porters attached: and instruments for, ,hospital the sum of thirty thousand_ dollars! be, spoke a dialect. .which be 'well understood shake' them by the hand Nothing*

stations marines of and,the same is hereby, appropriated ,_although it was not his I could, exceed, their joy when told I
two hundred and thirty-one tinned the marine to be paid out of, any moniesin native Susoo tongue. They were they were free, and wou4 sail in *-

thousand two hundred and ninety three hundred on shore, and, six two the not otherwise ap- overjoyed at seeing, a person with I day or two for Africa. '

three dollars and twenty-six cents. lars, and propriated.Washington whom they could converse, but These rescued African,full o$ :
: For. contingent expenses 'accru- For contingent seventy-one cents. ,April 30th, 1824, Approved. were incredulous when: he told gratitude for their deliverers, sail- :

mg In the present year, tbat,18' to lo ; fuel for expenses, them that! they were free, ,and .ed with' on'iathe: Fidelity '1

lay : for commissions clerk' hire, ficers say, st An act Lo alter ,the times of holding the might return home,if they chose. for Mesuradb' in,the-.month of October -

office rent, stationary and fuel, tonavy bed sacks transportation, straw, extra, District Court,.in the, District ,of His-* They, said. he was,deceiving them, last.. 'Dr. Ayres had directions .
agents ; premiums, and other officers and Bourij that they knew t ,'tY.. were slaves! to'send them home as soon as
on
postage,
expenses of of Be enacted the Senate and should never again their One still
recruiting ; freight ters, nine'.thousand dollars.. it by and ; see they arrived. 'boy re
provisions,,_stores, and materials, House* of -Representatives of, '.Me native land, their relatives and mains. He spoke,a l different lan-

fr m one ,station! .to another. ;. and For repairing barracks'for 1 'U17i1t4'Bta '',ca, of America, 'in Congrc friends.r. So thoroughly were. they guage'from'any of the, 'others,,and
from the ,United States to distant d'tfFerent'stations.and b .* assembled,That the, District impressed with the ,melancholy could nut be understood. by them;
stations .other countries. '1whereI new barracks at : Court for.the District Missouri, conviction of bein in,slavery,. hat He:will doubtless be >returned wheahe _

Ourlhpa, are employed' ; allowan-, thousand dollars.. shall |iereaftep,\ '"he ,held' on,"the'firstMonday6"1n 'nor protestations,cm his' part ,could '..shall:'have learnt. :ou'j.l language'

tt! to officers a*:the several: navy Sec 3. Jfnd be it further' : Mat b, and, Septemin ;- "make them. believe in 'h).s entiresincerity. sufficiently :t* mate. kuowa,' hat".
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r 1 It: 4 :. I I : -the 92d Inst; that Mr. El- 'the same state I af decay ; 'if, 'a question Conflagrat ion ofJYevtqattte.JDe! .' te. 'or a 'falsehood, prfcsti "

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r:;,; : a enator,from the State 'of is asked one of them, they:-generally lav>are., --A dreadful fire yoke. out historians, must decide.. afii.

14-' : declines ,a,re-election to both' ,answer, their: .friend'ships at'New-Castleabout, : hre o'clock Globe & ,Travel tez'

L;: t., :( : on account of the ,state and, dislikes'are always ,thesame .in the :afternoon, on Monday the *
t' : health. We' shall lose, in '; if one is struck the other 26th ult,':and'raged with djuch 'violence _Despatches were yesterday r

from the National seems to feel i( equally by ,the distress that twenty houseswere de I ceived at the Admirality froni

,1'10, :' a sound statesman and she ovine s'; either of themis stro.}'el.;hid. Viee Admiral Sir Harry ash
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gentleman.- unwell, the other sickens ,inday a Ltiulia take warniti.t -The dated the 25th' February, off At., "

i : \ I s i or two afterwards they are Berkshire (Mass.)Star. sq'S that a giers, where Sir Hairy was main",

t i readers huve obterved a inseparable companions-eat alike man of the name of SJjwall 1'. taining a.' strict, blockade of that

; made by Mr. Canning, -think alike r ...[act alike-in short, i Mack, who had for the last six port, in which: : it was supposed the

" ,,I ; British House of Commons, the sympathyexisting between months ',been teaching a School inT"ringham I! whole Algerine force was collect,
':' j : 16th ultimo, of a treaty hav these children,j' has been the astonishment eloped on the 9th inst.wjth ed. Although it is evident, from
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t : : ; concluded between the of the wbole! neighbor- a young lady, leading' hi., [ the ("ontin ation'ofhostjlities, that

. of the U. States head-JSv. I'cfler. wife behind. It is ascertained the De). had not made the full con. '

Great Britain, to give a After this, the Comrdy of Errors that his present wife is. nit the only cessions required of him, his_ un.

: right of search to the com- will seem quit ,,natural.Lon woman he has abandoned, in the derstood that, on the appearanceof
, vessels of each nation, in Examiner. the British admiral he
: : I' I ; .. same way. The following amusing had df
, ,'.21 1 I of vessels suspected of description of this: deceiver reeled iu'nle' European captives
.j + : engaged in the slave trade. TRIAL gay lately made, to be placed
, FJDR MURDER. and his fair Inamorato, is on the
;:3 / that a 'reaty on that sub A person named Richard Haindswas given: "Mack, is a tall flashy* i man, footing of prisoners of war,. a5; -

: ; actually signed at Lon- lately indicted at Raleigh, (N. ; of ferocious aspect; hair entirely ,though they had up to that tim

. .r'' !s the thirteenth ultimo, be- C.) accused of/the murder of Jas.J. whit and rather long ,;over the 'been treated as slaves.-Ibid. .

\ + Mr. Rush, on the part o f Boylan, by stabbing him with a forehead and about 50 ;years of
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: and Mr. Strat- knife during a quarrel!, which commenced age ; wore a light colored frock GREEK NEWSPAPER.
1;; and Mr. Huskisson, The first
Jctivijen them in a billiard coat much worn, dark under dress numberofa news paper
,;;II 1 for that purpose, room, and terminated at the : and an old hat She is of middling printed in mordern Greek ,has just

"; part uf the British govern counter of the bar room, in that ci- siz, stoojis a tittle and has red arrived in this country. The

;i' The treaty, it is said, has ty. The trial(excited much inter hair."- types were sent from this count

':' : '! : here, and it is probable, est,and the ju'y(l' returned a verdict ""--lb.VORE1GM 1 by the Greek Committee. The--I

.'';;'", laid before the Senate, for _of manslau, pier. On being brought first article in it is the disreputa

j'.; 1 ion' thereon, during the up for $Fen'ehce, it is said that the J. ble Proclamation of the late Sir
1'" 1 session of Congress.-Ib. Attorney General prayed sentence From the Louisiana Ghzettr. Thomas Maitland, which has beea

-- of death on tie prisoner. From TURKEY AND GRIECE. the subject of so much animadver.
'
I ::; l : Senate, the Tariff Bill is this it would seem that manslaughter The following is an extract froma sion, It appears that the chest.c6ntaining J

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j i e fate, in a modified of North Carolina. The prisoner, February 15.-"The em evor has Iudbeen seized in a neutral

4'' ( lfthe Senate, much is sup it is added, blead the benefit of received despatches from;;' (:onstan ship by the Turks, but they had

t depend on the arrival of clergy, which) was granted, and he tinople, which are said to be of a been obliged to restore it to him.,

,:, : Senator from Illinois, who was sentenced to ,be burnt in the more 'satisfactory natftre than Ifiid.Letters .

; t to be daily expected. hand, and pay the costs of prose- those received for sore' time.
fluuse of Repres ntalives, cution. 'I' Lord Strangford is said to write have been received from,

'{ to re:"'ue into one the se In consequence of his poverty, that the Grand Vizier has positively Corfu, which announce the sailing
-" : regulating the Post Of 1 pledged himself t l of of the
however, hr [ was permitted to I { comply a division Turkish fleet
." : tI"It'nl has been taken with the demands of Russia from the Dardanelles.
take the oath of insolvency, was ando .-Its destination
: ; an earnestness which branded, and then discharged. ;grant a general amnesty to was generally supposed to be

I to indicate a determination Col. O server.I the Greeks, which is expected to Smyrna, which, being threatened

I 4I' it.-Ib. May 6. I uppl'ar-in the course of t'ebruary.: by.tlie Greeks, is in want of prop '

I Liverfiool fitr rcury. fiction ; others imagine that thin
.' ; omitted, the other day, spe, Official lesters from Com. Por SPAIN. '. division islo reinforce the Turk

'i advert to the fact, mat the ter, have been received at Washington The accounts from this quarter' ish fltetin the Gulph of Lepamc.;

,' :: l j had passed both hues in wljich he announces his are vague and distra., '=tl'd. No Ibid.A .
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, i: authorising certain procee.tings 'up to his arrival off amnesty has yet been agreed on. .

,, ,.it'TJ I + and K&timau's, for Roads Havana, and at Thompson's Island A curious proof of the fe-ascend- letter from Zante, dated Feb

or 1 II IIf having received the after visiting St. liars, St.Kitt stir} of the monks is supplied (says ruary 3, also Hates that the city of
'.r. of the President! has be- at t. Thonuib, examining the the Examiner,) in the private letters Patras: is closely blockaded by

':.',: : !I : law. This act is one by north Coast at Porto Rico, touching from Madrid, which mention Greek: fleet, and beseiged on the a

; f : the P reset t session of Con of MOIIUS, St. Domingo. Beata that the servile/ladies, 6f various land side by Colocotroni, Andrew

, .' H i be remembered. Th, and Kin stbi, and looking in at parts of Spain, are petitioning a- MetazasjZaimis, and twenty oth '

, iJ; : of expenditute, directly! the Dead Man's Chest .,nd Ponce. irainst the Constitutional ladies in i erstratarques, who have obtained,

: i t in it, is indeed small, not \\ ithuui dSsctiveiing !pirates except their neighborhoods 'Every attempt possession of the acqueducts and

t i.: r :t I probably than the actual; a small_ schooner: vvnich took of the'" French to bring a- heights of Skatoroni, from which

.s.. .r;( :: ( the lime employed 1 by Con- sneller among the ColoradoReefs. ')out a more moderate state of affairs they play) upon the citadel. To
' : 1 ihr discussion of it 1'lie .-'i he Barges# and small ves is resisted by the clerical fan prevent a surprise, the Greek
1 :"11' l.h't'a'l: ui be sent ..rtics-Ihld.! "

ill olh
of have formed
? :c r it, ho\\everxis im ,u r- pursuit a camp between
, -;t I Go; being: the first" di&'inct (ami e r.-G eo rgia n. We have been favoured with the Sichena and the Chateau of Cape

" ,",:!;:: !i ,/ legislative recog t purusalofa letter dated, Missolotighi Rion,. of Achaia, towards which

, 'a il I of the light i} o'-' tht' Generui i Mr. Edward, racily.-Jn order January 1. and written by they have sent six Hydriotic vessels -.

';;'. ) >:ent, to appropriate: mo that the public may have some an Englishman of rank in the to blockade several Algerine
I,>10 : : : objects of Intel l1lalltJ-! lava of the character of NituanLdwaivs Greek service, from ;which we ships, which have taken refuge-
'
,"''f' I Our friends, the Edi : the editor of the PliLmlpina :give the following extract :_ under the cannon of Lepanto.- }

.. the Enquirer:, a few j da) s a- Sentinel mentions i the following 1 'An artillery corps, consisting ofEnglishmen I6 d. :,
1' : : : st rioush; and we have no / fuel which he is aultiorisect Germans, c Greeks, _

.' i; \ very sincerely, invoked the to stale and ready to prove in a '$as just been formed, the PrinceMaurocorddto Extract: from a letter dated.Bar

" .t" t J itiuu of the President, to court of justice :-\ 'hilt:'the nom- having, pledged celona. Feb 23 : ct The inhabitants

; ; : evil consequents ui'th i5 inalion of lJ'. Edwards was pending ijimself to afford them subsistence on the coast of Catalonia are in thee

1"_ F : : '. For ourselves, seeing b; fore the Senate of the Uni- for a year. The' writer says, th greatest alarm from the appear

; :,'::+ : ; to fear, ',iu much to hope led States, he pledged his honor 'government has given up the seraglio once of the Algerines. Two days

::;', ; ;; beneficent measure, we that he neither was the author of f (an excellent buijding.) for ago a large three masted Alger -
I, :j ; the liberty to congratulate the letters of A. B. nor did he the laboratory arid Patras: Le- "ne vessel appeared off Pale I mo ;

'I I : .:rs on its success. If it know who was the author. Yet Want o. and the Castle, may be I and the Captain of he' Chamois ,

: J, and wise withal, in his letters{ to the House, he has captured through its jinstrumentality. French ship, of 21 guns, which is
hav'no doubt il declared An hospital and dispensary just arrived at Barcelona
,! is both, to boldly himself! be the reports,
our coasts, our rivers, bays au hor of all those communica will be im.nodlatelestablish i that off Cape San Sabastian he saw
(|'i islands to build sea lions ed. The Primates of this quartet two Algerine ships of large size,

I &c it cannot be very perni- -- Greece' will assemblejiext week, bearing down for our coast. A
the to take into-consideralion an from the
puolic interest, to en General Jail OnThursday expedition messenger capital brings
to approximate points delivery.- against Patras; Lepanto, us orders to equip _all onr disposable
nighl last, onr Jail was Sec. The
garrisons said
are he
interior, now more tvid ely delivered without to craft but no money is sent
d, than if oceans mtrrv e ll- and the expence in Voty spirits. The reek; k fleetis : for that purpose, and here our
I formality attending a term in the Gulf of Lepanio. The 'latter i funds are completely exhausted
i } of the Oycr find Terminer. Eli i is double the force 6f the for Even the Custom-house Officers
Joh),s.n, who indicted
1 .-. rrorXThere is nothing last was at our mer. The admiral on being? asked have been without pay these two
for
} i'' court passing counterfeit
whether
they meant "
to put down piracy e- to-attempt; an months. -Ibid.
prompt punishment. An money-Isaac Hand, who was taken attack said Yt'S1 wi! did not .
: up lately for robbing a store here for *
.f come
at Boston from bt. Croix nothing; I thinkthey From the Charleston Courier
at May's Landing and Aaron ,
-
will
n ake an attacjc with their
intelligence from Havana to
Si Tho Stratton, who had been convicted papers the 1st May
< I the 3oih of March, by which hre-ship. Maurocordat4is a favorite were received at this office, by the
: 1 1J of a petty larciny, were as usual i
; with
':1 I that tt on the 24th alt in the maritime islands the brig Trader, Captain Mackwil
locked
: in thee
tt up stale room of the people of western & with l liam arrived' '
; passage, an American Greepe, on Saturd ._They
, ,! : : t Spanish schooner prison on Thursday evening> and the legislative body. H| j is, now President contain no News.
' L!t ;; were while the jailor and his family, of that and
is
; : by an open boat, full of pi- bodyt s sent It will be recollected that some
: !\ i and all hands murdered were asleep, they by means of a round ,here to settle affairs in this time since, a statement was
ex billet of wood put
bent the bar of ironwhich I find him
d .fl .boy, who saved his life by secured quarter: good natured' forth by Capt. Thomas P. Harper'
the
;I ;, : E! ) b ing near, Porto Rico room, and thus forced door it sufficiently of their clever' accommodating, and disposed of the brig .I1h ona, in the New-
to do He
; .:: land and inform good. has ratheran York criminating the' .
gave a- to admit them mercantilc
,' ; : open through- ingenious than jji
; The next day the pirates be- profound authorities of Havana and
succeeded
, circulate the Having in getting to mind. He seems at all, times di particularly Don
I robbed Fernando,
t money the the BerazaJ
entry, same !
friendly
' piece posed to concede, and.:
the vessels to advance lace for
in Porto Rico : seizing of
of wood assisted them in drawing part the ,jlbcona's "
every good measure I
ind consider
apprehended, confessed and
their the staple of the back entry door, it cargo occasioning a good
and a grand :
seven adyantage:: for deal of
were trouble
hang 'd. and detention
leading to the to
yard. Nothing now Greece that he is
i i ,promptness must oroduct a remained to nd.w in power I the Captain. The JVotictoio Mer
---
their
. effect,and it is high 0 time that complete escape at Missolonghi. The Military I cantil of 30th ult. received
:., but to scale the wall, and in the by the
should be paver neighborhood of above
' ) effectually check ,
:t the men who displayed such arrival, contains a state
Missolonghi is attached
JVli/.
Adv. to the
ment drawn the
1, droilness in getting this far welt government, especially the I ;iip by Spanish
brave Consulate
, not at a loss to overcome this last Suliotes. The first I and published by the
' : Similart y.-A difficulty. defence of direction of Governor Vives
II Theytook the rods excuJpating *
? ; Missolonghi, with 3QOO
l o : who keeps the Wyn- from the stove, and bent them into men' was / the conduct of thoso'
: l wonderful and 5
f Arms Inn, at Ruthin its success,
: Den hooks, and converted their bedclothes most concerned in the detention of till
II i important. It '
has two daughters has k now some ,Abeona; and
: into by ; applying the terms
ropes tying
;t ; I works, and its second
defend
'J''It : I h : they are so surprisingly a- them together and throwing them less the was 'of libel and atrocious calumniesto
i not only strangers but over the of extraordinary. Turks to the, statement of Capt.
t, ;t capping the wall, and tacked it. with 24 b Harper.
own parents find it difficult ,00 men, The
They seizure
to with the assistance, of and detention of the
;: ? !: a board lost, by wounds -
:;: :: them when apart Ttiey which they found the-yard, they and sickness, 3,000 Leona, according this state
almost to ,but men. The defence :of Ana olico" arose .
possess one scrambled up, one at a timeto the which is meet altogether from aD..t.
!! ; are very uneasy if not,dress- top, and descended by the same Previous close by, wjb admirable.; tempt ,on the'part,of the Captain'

alike' to the smallesi t mi- process. Johnson: and 'Hand'are ,had' to the se. ge this place I II to, introduce into Havana_ contraband -

i It ; have each. one l particular old ,offenders, having regularly I always been supplied with wa ari'les'nd the investigation:
$ that stands forward ter; from a distance '
during he '
; the
more by
: graduated from the State Penitentiary / Royal Consulate of jtha .
I the rest, and a few years back -Stratton is serge, however shjbll fell in the conduct of those concerned in tnat
youth and is
'
a tooth extracted and on therefore: only a candidate for the centre of the.1'lace,juid out gashed detention has resulted :in' manifest

.F: i the other was found honours. a spring of water,from which the ,ting their," prudence;'their,actifity .

the same tooth in nearly HQQdbury inhabitants have efrer since baupplied. e en ?, their disinterestednessinter JIl
j 1lcrQld, April U, .- .Wbeth bis/i8a, ,
.F .i their zealous pairidtism-* t




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iKcr officers,',expressed their .Jhinks ,to refuscTopermittlicmtobe filed. It is the T.'s. Transport Sen. Florida at Baa .

mi1 i (fj 1a the citizens or Peiisacola for the cordialreception duty of.the Court in every instance, to in ker, New-Orleans. -.. PROPOSALSTITTIX .

D and polite:attention with which spect the presentments,and if there' is nomatter be recehred till the:20th of July
...... Brig Victory, Collison -Pliil -
VTnext
on which proceedings are to ,be to;furnish the emigrant Flon-
JUNE 5, 1824. i\ they had been welcomed-among us, and 'delphiato touch da Indians with
at
Instituted to order it not to be inscribed Tampa Bay provisions for one year*

\ 'Z recollected that a few weeks' which had characterized our' intercourse on the record ;" that was done, on motionat for Col. G. Humphreys, Indian'' commencing! the 20th day of September

aybc with them, since their arrival. Sept.Term'1823. \\'. are yet .in ensuing. TAe wpplies
the authority of a young Agent, and a number of Indian ] required are
'nee we published, on After which a number of volunteer jurisprudence, and many pronounce with, Chiefs Washington city. t fresh beef salt. ,and corn or flour; the ration -

an calling himself Daniel Smith an ac- toasts were dnk.Z'iu great positiveness on the most abstruse i to consist:of one and a quarter poundof

toftbe loss of the brig Nancy of questions, who have. not learned the ABC Sch. Vic to ire, Constant, New. I beef one quart of com,or an eauiv*

(' 4 of the think fathers Orleans.MASONIC. .... lent in flour and salt
C\f.rork.'e; nave not seen or heard UJWCA T/(1a1\--S. profession we our '" I'., at the rate of four

*-rCSmith since the day we (published' it ; 1 j -_...--'.-.....a_._ fools, so_wise we grow.*' "The principle" : '.quarttto every hundred rationf. llie a*
I For the Pensacola Gazette. sconter.a::d for of encumbering the records NOTICE.7F1 mount will be from.2,500 to 3000 rations
may be accounted for by reading'ibe j with extra matters day, from the
t"bich )IR. TCniTon judicial although : per vary rag tmallcst to the
following remarks: made by the New-;;' hal known lIe was so cunning o'fenceI the Editor condemns the practice of"pre .HE free and accepted )Masons of this largest amount, at the option of the sub.

indictments" unless it be for oft L City, are requested to"meet Saturday i scriber notice
the.jove
Tort Evening' Post on repubushing had seen him damn'd ere I had fought 'senting1 n- on upon a of thirty days;
account. s ,I: him." ces, and yet the principle," requires evening next, at 5 P.M. at Brother places dehVery St. Marks, Tampa Bay
uch stuff to be put on record, Thug ra. Collins' Hotel, to'make' arrangements for and such points as may hereafter be designated
i.\s e are well assured the above story is a 4. Jack Het-iil*, returns.the compliments of ciocination is like the inimitable logic by the celebration of the anniversary of St ,wittjin the Indian boundaries j a
Homo aid leave to saythat he
imposition. There is no such ,firm begs which tli'- learned collegian endeavoredto John. June 3.. ., constant advance of two months'
g5S had ho S,-. -cioll; reference to Homo, in his ... sup.
Smith & Son, nor has convince his humored plies will be &
a.q Bcnj. good parents exacted the articles muse
city but neral outdoor
this remarks to conversa
-
a brig'by the name of 'the Xaic1j. tion. Andhe.iK-siics, gc to wfave as impro- that two ducks were equal to three of the F-res\\: UO" S.J' be of good c ialuy, Or they will not be received. 'V
tber identical fowls. .Persons
Ferguson, sailed from New-York p.-r and .napplicable to himself: any tqtii I A. STOJCE& F. II.XJSBET. will make file offer offering to contmct .
Dpt. ... of"'It and for he COKE. in writing, sealed
ast. i t al pufi's argument,
r)t/.l'tiniquc/ fora ear j !''Hived in the outset, that his pretentionswcr i Have Received per Brig Victory, and directed to me, stating the rate at

Mercantile Advertiser of humble. Jack, however, as another Continuedfrom our latt. from Philadelphia, & Shields, which they$will furnish the entire rations
The Mobile Journal of to the interior of or either of the component
of hs deficiency, confesses himself an expedition from A'rw-Orleans
tins pro
u1t in noticing the arrival in parts the J-esult of the offcn'iJl be
the 20t.h t! uhallr to discover the force of Homo'j \\ est Florida.

place of Major Luckett, the third conn.usi i' aigum-nttliat the first Legislative Council Tallahasse Seat of Government 40 Packages Dry Goods, the made Territorial knOw, on application to me, at

land claims .n \\ est Florida: had a right to tax the people, and *' not f Florida. CONSISTING OF seat of government, near
,1oner0 rallahasse I the
saYS That Hoard is n jw full or the first! j jGme violate the scrctt principle of no taxation. In selecting a scite for the seat of governmenl DOMESTIC plaids and stripes, fen are accepted: or will individuals be notified whose of lie ot

it was created by law. Tegjariescffiree I wit bout' rejiresentMiobecause the of the Territory of Florida, the, sheetings, same the medium
since of the
through
hmvever 1 f law was i.ot permanent" and we afterWMMS co tmiiasioners wished to combine tIle ad- Ch cks&tickings, flee'Flemcjst Post-Of-
,
,
commissioners I cho>f a hclejfate who had a voice vantages health and convenience at a Superfine 'and low priced cloths, will be red unquestionable security

javc been regularly disbursed: by the 1 1Treas I in the repeal o- suc.i law." I cannot con- central point. A spot favourable to com Cassi meres andattinets, ance of req the for tne f\utbfuJ perform.

ry." This, we are ;'l' uml, is a :I cci\v liov' tue cnx-u.usance of having onerepresentative merce would have been preferred. Uut Ladies white and black cotton hose, IS expected contract & to prevent delay it

.isonly those who have acted astommissioners al ri,-n.< sv.-vcral hundreds, on a sea coast or the banks of rivers where Gentlemen's white and marble half that the proposals will be
jtiisUtc: I epl.a1unJu t accompanied by a statement of the se'rity -
authun'-y: or hose
salarea piisa'-sMiii! the grounds are low and alluvial the ,
receded
have asmcl intended to be offered.
JiIpr.r. l.i'vcan ;)In'rlg.lt: to another chance health,in a warm climate'is always Cotton and worsted suspenders. ,

\. It is true that Col, Preston, who 11i..t.IICIGch", 1:1 which we are noti'ih' precarious.bt. Extra super printed cambrics & muslins I Wm. P. Duval,

ras appointed but never acted receded .j $ : i' d. tt. k-M-.ct unjcst or improper Marks is nearly central between St. for dresses, new & fashionable. : Super'toflml.Aitdurs.and
.
.
quarter's salary, which Howex(r. !he |j I:t .b .. I1( same ar mnei.ts would hold Augustine and Pen col1. But St. Marks articles Governor of the Territory of FJond
"
Inc what we presume 'ltt '1\ in i.'st ub:)ii i ca es. Our Le- has been unhealthy *nd may be so again. 9-8 and 6-4 cambricks and Jacconets, Pensacola- une 1st 1824-1J-7t.
is
ba.s repaid. This; :-,......' \ \.t.U'... c..I; :tccrJLnh to this rClson'iig. It has also been frequently overflo td.- Irish Linens assorted uJ The.'tjharleston: Southern Patriot

?,'e rise to the mistake. nib lt'.g:it .to C l.di: il the inquisition i The great spring of Wakully presents a Linen Cambric hkfs. nuns threads, and the Orleans Gazette,are requested to

c. J:hJ' .t\1S.. tIiL Ik. \\ill not beper- situation and head of Silk and Marseilles vesting publish th j above until the
; ;t.i b '.-Th \".tst charming is the navigation 2Jta of July.
*
TMizgs a' 'thttp /; j 111.1711&,*' ...Icl Congress, by the repr'scn'i but that is considered an unhealuiy Brown Hollands ,-- -.- .-
HeraU lOt:'It on* \.:* trial ; \ ...10"{ ..f ,ur delegate, repeal the S AN '
Chester (N.Y.) : ? may spot. The same objection lies against English : India, Bandana &flag hkfs. ORDINANCE.
of Messrs. Dunlap awl Allen rr.nc.-: : .I IUA. i-.o.-> n jy as well contend, that he the head of St. Marks river. The big Savanna Cotton Flags and pocket hkts. To ftrev nt

Dickey and Y"u'.e. so-: tLd.1'111, to enter tny gar.len, and pull Mickasukey i is tevensh, and the Nankin Crape dresses,figured people from bathing in V V

pals, and Messrs. at "1 I Iii tin. iu(i. ,ie.-, because it is not a pennauut banks of the Suwa.iey t>o far east from Black Italian Crapes, I the day time front of the city.
conds who were found gu.t\ : jur\\, a,: s my t'r\'antcan set them the of -Leghorn hats,
centre the .
Territory.IJesides it
ttockingham County Cirrtrt. of 1)1' IlK- nut att., ). 1 do want lC) see a" better these disadvaniagks, the coun- and a variety of other staple and fancy articles. BE men-of oKlained the by the Board of Alder.

concerned in a duel about a >(ar s.r.cr.Cunlap .- ,,t.l'I1'//n.t.fJlI" (it the rght of t.iution.it tries about Mickasukey and Suwaney are .. from aiidifter the city of Pensacola, that

who sent the challenge, xvus r.icd i d.a i i'i.- su.i il, that Congress autho- wholly unsettled. The Legislative Council 7 cases gentlemen and boy's drab & current, lio shall seventh day of June
.n/.etii.'ie nrst Lcgislathe Council to la black beaver& caster hats of the person bathe in front of .
)
could be
three hundred dollan Allen, who accepted not accommodated at cAttier the city uring the
.iu\ &;lIt what had ; day time, between
.v right Congress; to latest tuslvon,
lunvlred aiiii: (if.tjr place, except at un immense expejue. tile: Point:Verducant
it, was.fined two !jg.t uch authority ? We had no delet4 Tallahasse oa the: is within : 2 casesfinc cutlery, &c. table knives \ and the Bayou uc lajjuada
contrary and
,
dollars, and the two seconds fill) dolrs -: : t4i!, :ric at the t.ine, and could not beiKyra four macs of the cemre, betwixt the east and forks, *. .lauce, it'a white any one violating this ordi V

each. The court in pronuiice'g.scntence or the subj(ct.and could not there and VC3t lines of the Territory, a more Pen-knives, scissors, razors, needles, v a flue, of: two person or free suall
p dollars
remarked that it i h:1I1 taken into I fit- ;4'..Mour cOI1,',,'nt. Hv a reference beautitul &c.&c. % or in default
country can scarcely be imagined v ..ereof s.iall work at the
iUJe& it wIll be foui d that ''I.ullot I public work of
to : we 2 bales Ganaburgt1
consideration the very great expense: I ; It is high, rolling, and well watered, tins city iht days, or if a slave shall .
c.ecied first when the receive
c\en our delegate, 30
.
the nchncss renders! pieces cotton bagging,
had 01 the :;'i.i it ,;so 'perfectly teij lilies unless
'hich it appeared the parties alre.uiyeen I i LtLliCIl parsed the law iiiiusiii taxes.s .- the owner should
ALS.1,
adapted to that living must tint of
a
Tanning pa
> dollar.
one
fines : V
to, otherwise the I u\.s adiiiitteil had mi'voicr ,select
> subjected we in : ultimately he cheap and abundant., 50 barrels whiskey "

xvould have been much heavier. ing the members oi tiiat Council, nia.u df Even now there are extensive settle- 7 do loaf sugar, : F.: ii:. Nisbet,

This is one among a very tewr instances... t\ Iluql were not inhaj.taatsot tlicTeirito- ments in the neigiibwrtiood. Tne Port of 5 qr. casks L I'. I'eneriffe wine, President Board of vildertntn.
r.ai.d. \ ct, Homo s. they hid a r liito June 4tU 162
ih which duellists have been hnaiglit 10yunishment ys St. l.i..kWitl at once supply every ne- 1 pipe cognac brandy, *'-Approved,
.ax us, bv'causeve could have a \o.cettsrithI CcsU'troiu abroa,., and facilitate the 1 do Peach brandy, l':. ALGA, Mayor.ANORUINANCE.
; we wish \\e could suy: they future : ..
our Delegate repealingthe .
'. comiiiunitttUoii from other ports of the Idogin, '
Mcre more frequent.At tax: law.Wei i'L'rr.IulVI 4 qr. ea.sks dry Malaga wine, .

e it iii.t for some long, and entangled I iic Indians are about to be removed 15 barrels!: prime porfc. To reiievj an ordinance establish.
,
\ the late term of the United States sentences, and man) ;;-:auunatical and o- I I from tue nei-irjoriioiKl ; tile neids now Young Hyson, all.l- )'sol1 skin tea,

District and Superior Court of West Flo. tlu-r errors, niscovciable J in liorno's pr-j-j:. cuh.\ulcd by live tm.idred of them ; Gun powdertlo. in canisters, ing a Scav nger"8 cart.

.ICtlOn, 1 shnnld bchc\\.. that no one, but I: citeusive will bC Coffee, flour, sop. sweet oil, cop- it
sugar :
lianna'and-Thomas llltWIIill: Hot'try imneLtLt -I ordained
Douglass the
cila, James U. and a member of the lii>t Legislative (,Council j jCi.xlldseiiuiisly I ( .) occupied by the white people and peras, a.Uun, salt petre, swell, ;pepper, B men of the by of board: of Aide
were licensed sworn such an u s City Pensacola, that an
Esquires urge argument :i ilupW\l..l 10 nh4t advantage. To these pimento, iud.go; fctc &c; : ordinance passed and

SsAttomeysana Counsellors at Law to tHat a corrective right in a ipcnur bod)' nii>y be ...l '1I'o tae "hi> riclds from which 50 kegs paint:,white, green & blue, 2Ah of May 1823-: *_ -approved____a "3caVC1'i-on the

practice in said court.. c...n legalize a prtct'ucnwr..m ; 111 an inknor. ,1 lue lud anv% ore iiiven by General Jack- 2 casks Spanish brown, ; ger's cart, be and the same is renewed, so

-a But he has udvancevl-iotlu-r iucas >, ,: son. 1'iiise are Covered with line oldpeach 2 tons Swedes iron, ; far as that the scavenger cart thus to oa
\ kadi I approve, butti fur their juHlne i j I Ian& 5 cwt."steel assorted. re-established shall visit
numrro\js"a'- treis, and many of tile huts stiilreI each house within .
On Wednesday.. last a ami that there should 1 } .
.
; pint regret '
;
this
Kium .ii h"'oJt.4L1: \' or jjreservatioii. 1!Jese' On Consignment. city, three times week only, instead
cf the citizeni ot Peimeola, be tLiicri. nee of between us. i I _
&t.b1agc any opinion
circ instances render an early emigrationtoTaiU'iaaiee 50 barrels corn meal : of daily, as required by the ordinance -
' .,let at the Commercial Hotel, to purtake I 11 beg leave again to a.stire' Huiuo, that in) iI (I much less diih'cult I tiian it; 300 do. corn in the ear. afor s:1.ld.

of a dinner given to Commodore Belucheof I I pix-ieiitions are humole, ana n.:' education tile cou %tr)' Wets wholly I1IUIIIJN 't'\l. The June 5th-1 3-tf. And be it further ordained, that thia

: the Coloriib.an Navy, and the otlurgalhnt hinited;benefit for my early youth OPPol'lum.1 wasithout :jent i I! seat oi government will not only] furnish a 1ubs .',. present ordinance shall tike effect from
the -
\\ 0: golden -
officers of his .drn.-\Ll"th: '* ready market tor the produce ot the farbutto the lUth of this month until the I last day
squ
tie .
I nuke
no to wit, 'the iner
> pretentious
I 1 meis, respectable emigrants the so- October next, and that the Mayor shall
mid good humor igned, and evinced theccrdality a.d understand but iutie of logic; though: II .
icietv I
I will be infinitely more improved, Has receivftlt per the last arrivals from contract by the month w'.th: the lowest
.. -
of w.slu-s for the of i n ttciierail con c'.ous when I ,
: our success ) my jzg-
than in a mere common place obtisAness.Education bidder, and that the amount shall be pa.d
,.. cunviucfil. M habits and Fluludetphia and.7\ w-Orleal18thefol-
Iie glorious cause in which the) are ('1.- A.r 43 ) pursuits th. will undoubtedly chum the c ally out of any monies in the treasury not otherwise .
.... be domestic and bustle is not I .
a.l' t.) GOODS.Groceries .
lowing frah upplg of
ngedand admiration of the bjav _ry I t atltnt.on of the Legislature, and in no appropriated. :
HI) cu iiicnt,. nor is vamty or controrersyHJ V
vim \\ 1ic1i they have fought ai.d bled II s.'ace or delight. And, us Ncwspaptr I part of the world can it be fostered under F. H, Nishet, V ,
auspices that on the gentle rolling
happier
defence of) bert '- far from \vishct President Board
*;' ivhtig" is very my hills and native Uwnsol'Tailahasse.Indeed .- ofMdermen i
assisted *i 1 desire Homo, hereafter tores June 4th 1824, Approved,
Col. l \\ altnn presided, I4I-.ig.sP.
eorge it will not be presumption, to anticipate Barrels superfine Cincinnati flourU' ;
...-ci ii'c a'isljes, and to believe, that 1' P. ALRA, Mayor
!J y Mrjcr Thomas Wright aid 'uo1ciw4s. the time when tue great fountain \ 4 chets: hyson skin tea, &?. 6 chests ;
The will
,
.ii i' t.'nent* ione, elicited this reph. adjudication take place at thMayor's
M. \1 hite as ViceJ'rebuleiils.The ; of \\ akulv: will become the Arethusa if gun powder do,imported 5th April f
and will office
11. inicr Homo lD) regard, on Monday the 7tu inst at
of Florida. r
not the Helicon 1824. I ,
following are the toasts prepared:: o,it:; sii..;:;tsT, that I had much rather take noon. iK. ,
; Fur drinks the sta no lovelier wave 5 barrels loaf
Sugar, ;
for the occasion. ,. ,4ua':0 z.1 .IW \\ lth him, than enter the S. PARMANTIER Secretary.
than thine. ale and cider
100 boxes
porter, ,
1. The Republics' cf South .\"..erica.Starting ; Ii .,\t ac: .'i''lh.m \viththe pen.JACK. It is understood that Congress has given 12 barrels copperas. [ .
: RETAIL.
: into view like nn-tcors, waj then" to the Territory $ne qnarter section of JT. SHINN'S PAJ.'l ACEA.

splendor increase, till they ohine with the land on which to enbt public buildings, Hardware
Jfr. d'tor.-\s t have conceived an witu of tie remainder of thesection THE subscriber having discovered the
:lory of the orbed sun. diflcr'ent from that promise of S1IJai",'. celebrated
so entirely cx-
opinion u hen the scit snail have been con
2. Bolivar, the LiberatorV hat are 1-ton American castings \ Panacea, has
jntssed in the East FK-rma paper, in regard firmed of its now a supply- hand fot-
by an experience eligibility,
flf'tvhata! thousand slaves, matched tothe to the presentments of a grand jury, &c. A of this siction will undoubtedly 1 do. English do. / sale He has reduced the price from S3
part '
1 do swe Jes iron, 50 to S2 50 the dozen '
;
hort notice of the not bcumntt'1't"3lmg or by g24.
a >
subject mu
sine -s of a single: arm, that strikes tor ) be laid out in loU torthe convenienceof
5 bundles sheet do. t All chAritable institutions in the Um
\\ hat is ofa
the
grandjury
duty
; the uen'sesson
settlers at the
** ot Coun
liberty? 3 do. i ted States the
1 cTo and steel, and poor will be supplied
on
inquireof
3. The memory of Washington, the fa- Oulti, all oficnces against the king present and his cil. Temporary erected buildings Mr. Uohin.son have been who already is- 20 kegs nails, assorted,3d,4dj6d) 8d, gratis. "
by
,
thci4': his country. government within the county Says to acconimodatethej Council. lOd, 12d,20d. i If the citizens of the principal cities and .

4. The memory of Fmnklin-\\'hoo.el: t"lutt),on criminal law. The grand Jury preparing Other gentlemen we are tld aboutto 100 doz. knives and forksj j towns will appoint an agent, to order and _
are
Sit and receive indictments which are 20 do. Pen and pocket knifes, dstribute this medicine ,to the it
electric fire poor
genius was as piercing as and] i embark in the same employment.
20 dc,. Padlocks, ) will be
presented to them in'the of the supplied
;
flash he cnh: ht- name it is much to be regrettedtliat the
Lrightasthc lightning's ,:; great
king, and they arc only to hear evidence 6 do. coffee mills f This Medicine is celebrated for the
road the ojtild
tried the world with his wisdom and made on D,<'Imtf of the prC); cution" 4th Hlacks been through before territory the not have 10 do. brass.candJesncks, ? cure of the following,diseases .-Scrofula
session.
completed
the thrcDcs oft)rants tremble.c i ,. Grand Jury, Tnc jury which finds For a new country howevei iiext it is easily 10 do, pocket books, ; or King's evil, ulcerated or putrid sore

memory of the gallant and, murk bills indictments" &c. Jacob 2 Hale and pleasantly travelled.To 1 do. patent sauce pans, tiiroatlong standing rheumatic affections

( Uiegd; His ashes are dragon's teeth I I'. C. ; and in the acts of the Legislative be continued\ C do, Carolina hoes, cutaneous diseases white swelling anddiseasesofthe

Council page 15-1- it is provided, That it 1 box planes,I ; bones and all cases generally .
and millions of ai med freemen shall ar.se 5 doz carpenter's hammers, V of an ulcerous character
"IL.lllC the duty of the grandjuryto pre- and chronic
fttm them. sent every offence against the penal laws We are requested give I lotice, that 20 do. gimblets, diseases, generally arising in debilita

6. Andrew Jackson-His honesty tr-: ..f this Territory ;" now, if a man were to Divine service may be expected on Saturday 6 do. draw knives, V ted constitutions, but more especially _

wrcphs over intrigue, and his valor over sue a horse for trespass in throwing him & Sunday, (to-day and to-morrow) 3 boxes No. 10 cotton cards, from syphilis or affection arising ..there

die down, or a dog for biting him, the court by the He,'. Mr. Cook, &the Re*.Mr. Mel 20 bags shot, ; from, ulcers in the larynx, nodes, fee

courage of his enemies. would not entertain jurisdiction of the mat- Intosh to at half 20 kegs powder. And thatdreadful disease occasioned by along
commence eleven
7. The memory of the "martyrs in the ter, or permit such &funclus offido to be :pa& and excessive use of mercury, &c>

cause freedom. inscribed on the record." SJi} if a grand o'clock ill the- morning, at tiu Couit Dry Goops It is also useful in diseases of the liver.: V

Theglitdewsthat fall, though in silence jury wander frooi their duty, act on subjects House. CER'fIFJr4 TESS
without their ... :I have, within the last two had
jurisdiction 1 ,
they weep, present trunk fine brogans, years
Shall brighten with \erdurc the their opiiiions on matters and things in HYMENEAL.MARRIED. 5 packages dry goods, an opportunity of seeing several cases of

gravesv general', the: court ought not to ." inscribeit .-On: Thursday evening last, 10 reams foolscap} paper, very inveterate ulcers, which, having resisted .

here: they sleep.' on the records" because no proceeding by John Lee Williams! Esquire, Mr. Henry 10 do. letter do. previously the regular modes of .

L. Colombia's battle fields-The altars can":be instituted judgment thereon given. Bicker to Miss Mary Davis, all of this 4 boxes wool hats, treatment were healed by the use ,of Mrs .

Jfl'bert'bcre freemen died for the, The JrrandjUl'les have in many instances City. ALSO-20 doz. Lee's N. London Pills, Swaim's panacea, and I do belid.ye from

COUntry. Let Cumana and Carabobo presented some "fit persons for ".)Iay Heaven propitious every ill repress; N. H. ALLEN. what I have seen, that it will :prove auV,
office v-ould be singular Each V important remedy in scrofulas, vcnerial &
the of President" a ]Jl! increase :heirnuuuE1iqipiness.
BOyca and Pinchinca Ureca and Porto idea to have such a presentment put June 5th, 1824.- V > JL mercurial. .diseases.

einlIo. tell their glory. into form, the. offender apprehended and ;W 1*:.CHAPMAN M: D: '

9. The hero of Mamcaibo's lake, Com. brought to trial, judgment thereon that _._ tw, Nitre Hall Gun l' o\\ der. Prafettor of the Institutes and Practice of

.Bc:1uc1u.-a worthy compatriot'Jackson "he was found guilty," and a decretal order HE Subscribers, agentS for the proprietors Physic in the University,Pctauybania '

.\cw-0rleans% to the Marshal to install the Judicial PORT PENBJ1COLJL. T will constantly .suppliedwit have employed the panacea'of \Ir.
and Bolivar in Colombia. '
!I'resulent tins 'would be the Swaira in numerous instances within the
,
combining T- wit powder which has been ,high!
10. .1 he'officers, of the Colombian executive and judicial departments, which AKHIVED, '. approved f by,all who have used it, and, IS]; ;I last three years, and have always found 'it

uadron now in our port-Virtuous and would be manifestly unconstitutional.- U. S. Transport Sch. Florida, confidently recommended to purchasers j ,extremely elicaeious, especially in se Or4

brave as should be the warriors of liberty Should a grand jury present that judge, Baker Tampa Bay. it is warranted equal, if not superior,' to! 1 ary- syphilis an.d mercurial'disease, i ht*

.>.m y glory await them. is: a good one or a bad one, or an attorneyor Sch. Amelia, Riley! Tampa; Bay, any made in, the, United,State and ,far. inestimable no hesitation,in, pronouncing: V' it*a' medicine'" "
editor,'it is an extra offic.al act theyarc above London Proof. For v aue.V
,
U. sale
The Governor of the Passengers, Capt. R. ;;M. Sands, Tower
Territory of W.
only required to present offences' by .GIBSON MD.V .,
loridaq U. S. Mersrs.Jacob: Rick- '
Army, : .
and find indictments every other act A. TONE& P.-H.NISBET. Profci fSUSC5ViflUziir.itg

12. Gen. n. R. Call-pur faithful andidefatlgable being without the pale of their authority, etts jr. and Wiliiam Hall.. ,100 Kegs Just neceive'J.une' if PennnlvaaiaJQHN -
cannot be ".inscrl ed the record Sch. SIUNN /t. '
representative in on any ,Mary Rose, Garcia ewOrleans V V .,
13. The Fair Congress. more 'than ,the' prosecution, of 'a :dog or with 23 5 i3(4fT .V .' Philadelphia, Feb..:17,182 13 lam 1y V
Sex-111e] solace'ot'the passengers. V -
'Ounded horse. 'The Editor of the Htrald after V N. B; For sale at Smith and PearsalFs K<
prhoner, the reward of the Barge Judge Wilkins, Adams, :PRINTING : of Third "
to re,4M1lg publishing presentment, which is of 5: cprner and,Market_Streets., ; V

conqueror. this latter character, not of offcncet, but of Choctawbatchie.CLEARED. 'i OT EVUYDE'S.OlPTIOlfJ Each publisher a news pager in'the 0 V '

Ueut. Calif of the Colombian matters and things unconnected with their ,i V :Neatly Executed nited.States,is.requ ted tqpubUsh 'ihar

1\,>thalfof the commodore squadron, duties,pronounces that they: cannot concede Sch. .Gen. Call, Blpnot, New. .,ATTU! V advertisement. ce a'month'tor QDeyeP
and -
his bro- the principle"taut the Judge should Orleans. t : 'Office of the ien.s. Gazette' -. .f n4 &KQum.t r llBC VV

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,; -I. S BIFF'S' .qJ1LE .n' RESOLUTION of tlieBoard of' Alderinen To William Chnttie' Thomas Sjialding/ Alexander Superior.Court of' irFnmcico ,t RlQ I : .

i .... I POETICAL. COUNTY 'COURV.JVm. of tliis city i ;'amending the Gordon, & all other concerned.. I I .&iiat "\' ry t ,
r.tfl)9tningi. "
t J ;:;:; f : J:. -- -- : A. Bell,, 10th section of the ordinance'of. the,16th 'J. Notice is Hereby Given. vs. SaUat LB .

IAeJ\'h -En land Palladium ]:fi / October last, having made it_ the duty:of rinCht
.
vs. '
:\}: } 'r' the undersigned, in pursuance of ,JbAn .#.Cazrnave, Jthe.kmade
; .. Life. Collin 3IcRea, the 'Con stab l s'tcl visit and examine every TIIA,1. at the
of them directed May term
TheJRoses to 1824
writof'paitition, of'\hise
I limits of this for .
the the
within
; .i': Y virtue oftbis execution I shall proceed lot ; City, rable '
of court, I shall
B by the)1on. the superior court proceed to it
:: '. '.., Why should we complain of this life'sdreary'road to sell for cash on Tuesday the purpose of promoting cleanliness"The they West FlorkIa'atthe; May term 1824 there, tic Auction in front ofthe Cour'sell at!.
o'clock the were so ordered to proceed. Mayor,
I 3d day.of August at 12 at the City 0' pehRlcola
, ; i of and obtained the petition of Robert ; on TUesd1'
I, Or the thorns, and the pebbles, that in court house in Pensacola the following, .however, conceiving for the the welfare object one of the of Mitchell for upon himself and as trustee of day of.July next,At 12 o'clock,, f"the

t. : /j .the path lay, I!: described propeilj viz. :I great importance. others,who joined him in the application, following\ property viz : '
of reason be- 20 feet community, accompanied: the constablein ...
Bfunbt heaven portion Two one story frame buildings
1 to"wit : ,Cplin Mitchel,John M'Nish Wm.
street No. the performance of that duty, and as-, 800 Arpens
t' stow'd, by 70, situated oh La ROmana ofL
Carnochan John -
Williamson
. P.
enjamin
'. and brush the Mansion houseof certained that the proper measures had !
1 To pass them o'er lightly 197, directly opposite W.RogersJohn Graham and others, will :belonging to the estate
in
. them ? Mr. Celestino Gonzales, and now occu. been attended to, except two or/tnree r
: ') away convene at the house of Major Jonathan minge Sa a*, situated
in to which orders CQ"not1b *
.. t _, pied by Mr. James Pendleton, as a blacksmith's places only, regard ; '
of the creek
Robinson the 25th in side ,
. tlyofJulnext, commonly 2
issued in coroplianc jvlth the *
situated were
above
I find These buildings are -
: '.f < ffll gather life's Roses wherever shop. leased of Mr. Gonzales, mentioned ordinance,. This is there order to proceed to coniplete the partitionof Bayou Grandeabout seven miles t'
ground I
them, who dread to which upon expires 'ma few months, but it is I fore to give notice to .the inhabitants of and divide, in a manner most beneficial westward of Pensacola, originally jj.r*
',' ,1. And laugh at the many understood the lease can be renewed upon Pensacola, that the Constables vii Irenew in the judgment of the undersigned, to all to Jose: Balado :-and 800 arpehi o'" 1

; .'if draw near, the parties concerned, that tract of land j situated about four miles north of
? p
and their fragrance favourable terms.-Seized at the the visit every two weeks and at the same i
their charms
all very /
,: ,, Who leave sold tune to citizen individually or a part thereof lying and being between cola, fronting east on the Bay, boj
. I 1 bl bind them, suit aforesaid,and will be to satisfy require,every good to
not to the the rivers St. Marks and Appalachicola, on the northeast by vacant !land, IlOr1h
neglect impart to
. Nor pluck the sweet buds, lest the thorn thiseiccution.. commonly known by the name of"Forbes a creek, south by a possession of JOM |
Sheriff.Sheriff's authorities and information
I' W. DAVISON public any
: every
., should appear. I I Barela and the creek'
: .. which come to their purchase, excepting her from certain commonly-
f # Office,7 E. County. may knowledge
:. with respect to the object of cleanlinessin : reserves belonging to J. and J. Innerarity, Bayou Grande,'and west by the
!;, There are cares and afflictions in life to be Pensacola, 5 : and others the said to be made, sions of Dr. Pablo Graupcra,-
.: t. 'j' : 1rnnu.'n.. .. March 17th.. 1824":-Imts.SHERIFFS. general, as one of the most important 1 __ __ _u_,_;.._ __ .. partition:: _, ___ _1 ___ -...-.-..-. _:it \. ..:?"'7l4T .....*. X". .'._ .a f;
. ur so LIh Will UM :sJ&uw. uic:
, w v* p sources of our expected prosperity, and inucii mereor, as pracucaoie, anu returned auuaijr :. *;: '!: The heart may weep blood, though. the SALE. the most sure mode of preserving the to'the next November term of the decree and costs. '

cheek nay bedry ; health and existence of their families and said Superior Court. BEJV.J:. WYM&X J). .11/OP, ,

:. \ .. .. Sut in soothing another's we soften our COUNTY COURT. friends. Johnathan Robinson. W. SEJ3REE, JUwhal. P.

own ; Enoch Hodgson, "} May 22d, 824-11-tds.AtdRSHJL'S.
.. the tear that fills Sympa P. ALBA. Mayor. Edw. B.: Robinson
;;'1 :: i And soft drops vs. >/I/*. Mayor's Office,Pensacola, ( SALE.

, ;. ,", ). thy's eye.: lame Jittshton, j April 3d, 1824. 5 Henry Y )unge, t' Sufitrior Court of West,},Lori q.

> virtue of this execution shall pro l\lichaelllar'vey I .van Malagosa, ) T
; :: thou art the rose with. BY BY TilE MAYOR Yvirt1te4
v t ) $weet Sympathy ceed to sell for cash,on Tuesday the vs.the heirs of L'W decree if
*" ': out thorns; of at 12 o'clock, at Mark Harvey,
next A
... Dwell here in bosom each thorn tobeguile 3d day August FBOOUAMATIQN. Vincente Ordoggoitte. 3 Chancery naq: j
ft, T my a. the Court House in l'ensacolathe follow compliince with the 3d section of the Robert Forbes. in th above case, atthe May'.term Im

,4 ,.. cheerful heart ever adorns, ing described valuable real estate, viz.'one IN of the 16th of November Gadsden County,-May,12th 182.1104t.. of this honorable court, I shall procecdJJsell
: the
Thy-beauty lot in the city of Pensacola, situated on .1822 which is as follows; "that from and at Public Auction, in front oftM)
meek
from the,sad
And draws one a patient Palafox street, No. 1, fronting Pensacola of court house in the city of Pensacola,' I .
smile. after the 1st day January next, every Nitre Hall: Gun Pos tier. q
t 4"l ". Day, 40 feet by 80 on Palafox street, moreor : privy within the city shall be of the Tuesday the 6th day of July next, at B|
A less, and directly opposite the market Subscriber, agent for the proprie o'clock for cash the
? : depth of not less than three feet, and TUB following describe
; : Grim Poverty too is thorn in our way; house, formerly the property of Townes the proprietor of Jot, on which will be constantly supplied with pIoperty, flZ : I
Ah 'theerful industry stands, by and them to this every 11 descriptions ; the quality of this
: no ; and Edgley, by conveyed there shall be a privy of a smaller depth, pow- No. 272, situated cjl
; her side, defendant,and hitherto known zsEilgky's shall forfeit and exceeding : aer is well known, it is warranted equal, street, in the Q.
not
;>r .. With lovely l spring flowers, she makes the Corner, together with all the buildingsand : g 5 and the pay a is sum hereby author- d not superior any made in the. United .LOT Pensacola, between
1
Mayot
; thereon of > ; States, and far above London Tower .. ,,,,
i
\ I path gay improvements consisting aforesaid of Manuol O r 4
i ised, from and after the day ,
at the cares and repinings of Proof. Country dealers and retailers will with all the
And laughs
: Anna AlcVoy, together bu3i
t such be cleaned out,
StoreHOUSES. to cause privy to ,
4 ; : 1wo
,, pride. .: .. the of such be supplied on advantageous terms. ings thereon, consisting of'two dwclty
and at
1 !: !! :: m deepened, expense F. H. Msbet. houses and out buildings.-The abcre
.. .. and award warrant or execution -
.. .. proprietor, a
:t tr Come strew round thy violets sweetly I against him for the costs thereof Aug.2.tf.PR01JOS.1LS property is at present occupied, by Jfej

I narcotic, One substantially built of brick lastsum: : in No Jno. J. Simpson, and will be sold to satis
after b manner.
noti
a summary -
.l How calm and refreshing the rest they mer, two stories high, with a cellar under privy, from and after 'he 1st day of a mortgage given by the..dcftudantJo'thplaintifl.

: bestow, the whole the 36 feet by 38 .
: fronting bay January next, shall be permitted to
i ..' 'i.; The ambitious, the vain or the tyrant despotic on Palafox street, and now occupied by overflow, or to be otherwise in an uncleanly '%f1I4L be received till the 30th of Ma) BEN /rr.l/.M, D.M.for

I :' 'i' ,. Finlay & Rushton, the other a one story or offensive condition ; and the I" f next, to furnish the Flor.da Indians 11' liEB flEE.Munkal /*.P."

. ".. ." ; t.; uchswet-tscannqttaste nor sucn slumbers frame building,and occupied John Eclg- tenant, if there be one, or otherwise the with provisions for one year, com May 22d, 1824-11-tds.ECEIVEU .
,I' ,' ( can know. Seized at the suit aforesaid, and will the first of latest arrivals nd"ro;
,: ". .:.' lt-y. proprietor, of such privy, shall forfeit mencing day Septemberensuing. -R per a
I, be s Id to satisfy this execution. and pay, for every such ;joflence: a sum The supplies required are sale by

: .)-'.t. :; And see the gay wreath with which heaven n'. UAV1SON, Sheriff not exceeding J$5 ; and if such tenantor fresh beef, salt and corn or flour ; the.ration J. MARCOS TIO,

H 'r., : has bound us, Sheriff's Office,?. K. County.Pensacola proprietor do not cleanse the same to consist of one and a quarter pound : BARRELS 11 hiskey,

:: ; l' Social mirth,social fiiendship and chaste 3 within a reasonable time, to be judgedof of beef one quart of corn, or an equivalent -I / (\l\\# 20 do. Sugar, -
: I mutual love March 17th 1824Imts.SIIERIFF'S. in flour and salt the of four
r, -:. : : I by the Major, after notice: given to at rate 162 do. Corn, *
t p .:".:; ,f j' Snatch,snatch the fair blossoms,the storm that effect by an officer; of police, the quarts to every hundred rations. The a- 4 do. Beef
gathers round us, mount will be from 2,500 to 3000 rations fl
t. SALE.
\ ; the be doneat ,
t :. Mayor may cause same to 19 do. N. Orleans Ruref
'. Their beauty will fade, and their fragrance per day, varying, from the smallest to the
i i' it the expense as aforesaid, to be leviedas 4 do. Molasses,
t ::.' '",:, v remove ; COUNTY COURT. aforesaid." It is recommended to largest amount, at the option ot the sub- 4 do. Rice,

\1 1 >v ': Filip'pe' Prieto, E: :(. ,&c.) every proprietor and to every tenant of scriber, upon a notice of thirty days ; 25 bags Coffee,

: ,: Then bend, humbly bend, 'neath. the storm vs. S-fi. fa. any house within the limits oi this corporation places,of delivery St. Marks, Tampa Bay 50 sacks coarse Sa14-
and such hereafter be designated
" ,j ; us it passes, J. M. De Losada. j to avail themselves of this most points as may 19 kegs Lard,
{ Tho' the thorn should be sharp that remains within the Indian boundaries ,. a
i -ti : season to attend strictly to the 30 boxes ,
Soap
OFriendship's ttY virtue of this execution, I shall proceed proper constant advance of two month's,
on the supplies -
I.:1: spray here above mentioned, for fear
provisions
r sell for cash the 3d ALSO,
"' blossom ite'er fades, and its to on Tuesday, will be exacted, and the a tides required -
ft" ,., ., day of August next at 11 o'clock A. M. that, by neglecting the same we should to be of good quality.-Persons 10 pieces cotton Bagging",

% i : jr: perfume surpasses that flitted at th >> ('iirt-nouse in Pensacnla, the following attract, or encreiise, and deserve events offering to contract .will make the offer '-6-ooiIti--bale rope,
The auminer flowers
[ light similar to those which befell us duringthe
'r f. : \'If .... described real estate viz. in writing, sealed and directed to me, AND AN ASSORTMENT, OT
,,'!..I,: to"f,- away.. One lot in the city of Pensacola, situated summer of1822. ..tatmg the rate at which they will furnish DRY GOODS.
--
-- -' The constables shall the said
i4.t -- : on Pensacola Way No. 10. And bound carry
entire the
;,., ", T4 &MUSLVG.POLICE. ed east by Madam Suarez, west by Dat- provisions into effect ; they shall report :. the nent parts ;rations the.result., orcither of the of offers compo-will May.2.d. 1824- 1-St

1 tazar Centeno, north, by Sarragtjsa street, any and every infraction thereof ,to the Salt, Whiskey, Flour '5c.
't I- be made known, on application to me, at ,
"t ; Mayor, for the remedy anti the fine to beenforced.
.1 : fronting the bay 80 feet by 190 deep. .
the Territorial seat of government, near Received per latest arrivals, and j lt.lj
.
:;' ".t J Said lot has been levied upon,and will be Tallahasse: or the individuals whose offers ..,q. STOKE & a- J\ b'BET. .
I .. 'I Eliza sold to satisfy the aforesaid execution and Given in the Mayor's Office at win notified of be DalTelswhiskey-
as
:.. .;$ t.1 7YrfcAf err.- Pensacola, this 28th Feb. 1824. are accepted be Et'1' ;
cost. J
"t to the Po- same through the medium of the Post-Of- 25 do. sup. Richmond flour;
Tilman brought
was P. ALBA
;l up i \v. DAVISON, Mayor. 6 hhds. first quality
fice :'The most unquestionable security sugar;
H with stolen
; i lice, charged having i Sherift' Es. County. 10 coffee
: AN ACT. will be required for the faithful fulfillment Bags ;
-. : hat and shawK found by the owner. Sheriffs Office, 50-Sacks Liverpool salt
" t:.:,: l Of the Legislative Council passed at of the contract ; and'to prevent delay, it ground ;
auk 11t'f .- lctistc Starch 11, 1824, I 300 Do. salt
r \Val'dly on coarse
: : : ;' I rno-t -pu'son.t March 13 their last session, imposes a poll tax of is expected that the proposals will be ;
lamts.
\:, Eliza, by her own account, belonged twenty-five cents on every free male a- accompanied by a statement of the secu 10 Kegs manufactured tobacco f

,',' 1''): to a hopeful 1 fami y. Hc maul SHERIFFS SALE. bove the age of twent '.one years, to be rity intended to be ofl red. 25 do. Lard ; .
-z 30 do. butter first quality
t I : my had died in tht State Prison; & collected by the Sheriff as may b seen By order of the superintendant, 20 bbls. ;
M G. HUMPH KEYS pork;
,
r COUNTY COURT. reference tothe advertisement below ,
by
Eliza but nine
though was twenty 10 do. mackerel
} ::1' for Indian Affairs in Florida. ;
" : Agent
Gamier Court Escumbia
; John County of ?
.::: '1 years old, she. had been, out of that vs. }C fl. fa. februari Term, 1824. .J Pensacola, April 6th 1824. 20 boxes, soap ;

1. "::4 Lll;" period, twenty years .in the State "v. L. Brown j Bo it ordered, indit is hereby ordered, --,.- 20 baskets:: sweet oil ;

I "1' ;U Prison and Penitentiary at different BY virtue.of this execution I shall pro that there be levied for the use of the Bli William P. Duval Governor of Loaf 5 Sugar Qr. casks, Pepper Malaga, Pimento Wine,;Salt 'Pete

: \ .: .. ... :I times-t ff and on, as she called it. ceed to sell for cash on Tuesday the 3d, County of EscamMa, a tax on the follow the Territory of Florida.PROCLAMATION.. Copperas, Molasses, Ginger, Boxes R

t I ..\ _. She was sent hack to her old quarters day of August next, at 11 o'cloqk A, :M. ing property, at the rates hereinafter sins, &c.
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.i for ihe ensuing six months. at the court house in Pensacola, the following specified ; viz : ALSO, .
.1 whit'
describedireal; estate, viz. On all free males;between
S \ \ 7HEREAS, in pursuance of an act 50 pieces cotton bagging ;
'. Dand.is m-\V.m. Jackson was One half lot in the city of Pensacola, the ages of twqity one and fifty JVlI .of the Legislative Conncil of the 20 coils bale rope ;

,1. ... brougu up under the statute1ithI.1 situated an Cuna street, No. 95 formerlythe years !I .- .- gl Territory Florida 1 approved the 24th 3 Tons Swedish! Iron, German steel;

: : chanr-d with having: obtained property of Dominquez and by him On all Slaves, i i. 50 day of June, 1823, Commissioners were 10 Doz. S. Carolina hoes,
Lands Citiins in fee
; goods; under false pretences.Jarkson .- conveyed 0 to this ddcndant.* to2'ether mall with On 100 Qf J per- 50 appointed to select the most eligible and 3 do. spades and shovels ; ..
the building and improvements thereon acres, -
convenient situation
IOn for the seat of 30 Kegs nails assorted ;
had purchased several consisting of Lands non-itsidents, per 100 eminent of the Territory of Florida,gov.and Plough Moulds, Trace'Chains, Iran, Ca ,

suits of clothes, had hired gigs, ONE DWELLING HOUSE, acres, I-. 1 the said Commissioners have reported, tome mg3, Cotton Cards, &c.

ami 'U" :A.t.,1. tavern keepers, and ... .at present unoccupied ; all On store-keeper!, shop-keepers, that they have selected a scite in the And a considerable assortment of Do

) boarding houses, and was by all .; of which said property will4.Ei1 and tavern-keepers! out of the County of Garden, situated"about a mile mestc: and other Dry Goods suited the
;
limits of tie of
accounts a spark of the first water. : 'be sold to satisfy the aforesaid city P.ensacola, 5 southwest from the old deserted fields of aso Jan.3SLAdministrators ; .
On Swords lJirks& SW .
t execution and cost. The propertycan rd.canes Tallahass, about a half mile south of the "
One of the devices he played off 'ratcbe .jo ticTrtIEl .
On 1 '
t ; be viewed at any time on applica. Oke-lock-o-ny Tallahasse trail, at
I was '0 .4 catch the manners living On 4 wheelpleasure 5 a ) intestate at Jacksea
tion carriages, point where the old Spanish road is inter Chipola, (
.- as they! rise..u Being named Jack. to'V.. DAVISON, On 2 wheef pleasure carriages, 2 sected by a small trail running southward; _Jt/J County, West Florida,) Dr. Jobl

got he enquired int- out certain tavern Sheriff Es. County, And it i/further( ordered, that the said 1)'." In the exercise of the discretion in II. Kiddie, aged about forty years,of Hglt
taxes have f rence to ownedon complexion, and about five feet three inChes
keepers, known to be friendly SlsrrJ'a O/ice property me vested by the said act, and for the. in-
) I the firsfday of June in each in height.. It is supposed the deceased
.PcnPaf 01(1, J/arcAll, 1824.-Imts, year. formation-of of this Territory .
good people
- ,; 4 : to G 'n. Jackson for the Presi- Ordered that William Davison, Sheriff I have toissuethis left no legal heirs. The appraisedvaloe l

, : \ dent. I On* these be 'billeted him- Commissioner's Office, ( of the Cotnty of Escambia be, and he is my Proclamation thought, requiring proper themembers, of his estate is nine hundred And twenty

t'I: self r a week or SOlS a relative Pensacola, April 1st 184.c 5 hereby, appointed collector fur said, county of the Legislative Council of the ;Territory dollars thirty seven and an half cents :and'
? I and tl/ut/ he collect the taxes under the unless legal heirs shall appear within on*
:' f or namesdke of the General's, butL' LL claims and titles ofl-'Ioridai to assemble at the, scite above
: having
\
persons and claim
the
year same, it will be paii
same reflations, as for col.
'L the)' soon smoked him out of the i to land within West Florida, are Ice ting fheTerritor.al arejrcquired 1 ax. described for the next, 'on session'the day thereof.appointed by law into the Treasury of the Territory.Thomas .

i: 1il:: =- camp j Tbe tailors, however, desirous HEREBY NOTIFIED' Given under my hand'and the Russ.ddnriniatratoTt.

I ; jf recovering their clothes, that the session of the Board of Commissioners : NOT1E. I seal) of the sid Territory at '

,: :- t hud hi ) stripped. His tippy coat, has been extended until the first [1"i1 I& undersigned having been duly Pensacola, the 4th day of Jackson. County, 1st May 1824-6w. :.

l$ :. : .. bis blue silk sham, his cossack day January next and that so'much of J.i I Appointed collector of the Territorial March in the year of our I E/!* The Claiborne Gazette will pleJ

... : 1!: panulouns l his corsetsand sham; the law us heretofore provided for the and County taxes for,the County of Es- Lord, pne' thousand eight : insert the foregoing.advertisement for si,

: > my gloves, were all restored ; and I filing, of claims, prior to the 1st day of cambia;, hundred' and twenty-four, weeks, and forward the. account, toth"J.*!
- December, 1823, has been and and of the Independence of
repealed, \ HEREBY GITE'NOTICE. ice.
in his
::1 Jack o\ was caparisoned own the time extended to the first day of Sep. That he wiil attend at his office in this city the United States'of'America -

;-4 :: jutural' homespun pepper and salt I ten: ber, 1824. A 11 claims not filed before during the months of June and July the forty eighth. MARSHAL'S SALE.Superior .

: clotbes, and a wool) hat; and a ve th&t time, shall be held and deemed void next,for the purpose of J receiving; them ; WILLIAM P. DUVAL. Court of West Florida.

\ .; r'diffeentfigure be cut, verifying. and bf none effect. The office will be open and in August and September at the offices By the Governor, Thomas English.") &\Y- virtue of a df.

.: : the old that fine feathers on Monday next ; claimants: are re of the several'Justices. of the Peace I GEO.-VVALTOY, vs. l metal order /

4 f t *z I ; *' proverb, quested be punctual in their attentionto iii the County, for the same purpose.All .- Sec'rv of Florida. *. Alexander' 'Love finle, upon petition ft

: : t: i- jpake fine. birds. the examination of their claims, as the persons interested are requested and March 13--1. tt. and:others. J foi eclaure ofMortgos*:

. I I Jfnt. Advocate. commissioners are determined to take advised, as good I citizens, promptly to in the' above ctUt'fll1lI., at the J\fay ,terfi1, .

r' .i !I II ... .- them up n the order in wt'ich they are render,obedience to the laws, and pay in' NOTICE.Copartnership 1824, of this, Honorable XW / *A *
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I : I ,. arranged by the Secretary. their,taxes, delinquents will be dealt with' proceed to tell at Public '.Auction ;front: 1.
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l SOMETHING SING I..AR. SAMUEL U. QVEttTON} as the law. PHE under th<"* firm of the Court' ,Jfoute.in fa city 'of TentacMf

; JOSEPH M.; WHITE, Comm'srs. directsTjVni.. Davison ".;;1' 'ITCUELL' 4. fOTSQJV;,was on Dtie.tdag"'the 5th cfoj of:,.Oaoberat u I. ,

. :? 1 Last week, singular child was CKAVEN. LUCKETT,) dissolved by.mutual consent on the 15th: ;12 Ofclocktforea./i, the follovingcribed da-. (

;."---- jborn' 'near Eabt Liberty, Fayette )t.: HUNTER, Secretary, Sheriffs Sheriff Office Pensacola Collector, Et. outzti. inst. T'Twitchell is fully authorized ,to real eia.tetviz. "

" six each t- settle all. business of the late -
j /County having toes on firm. :
;, May 5th, 1824-tf.: ; 'pf Land, !
. ywviE.iWeath TIMOTHV TWITCUELL 4tpens ,
.fQ9t.a five fingers and a thumb : .2800

.. oneacihand. The who is v1w Sth3t1,1Lt1ll DrNIELVATSO' .;' te'4.i Etcamtia Cou '
J : son, April 17th ...tf. vTimptby '
w'ateri P
er Permitting: :, of the "
: : the seventh,? in succession,_(the.motber ,- ;:.
l -- \ WILL promptly arid accurately :exe with all tAe improvement thereon, COflZt4':

,: ( cverhad daughter: _,) kth s I SHALL KEEP ,A any writing; ich may be committed T.. vhch !l. of a valuable SWf1dth41itP',

I bv the Regular Sale\at Auction to'him; he will!| also draw deeds vckge' .
4 i : been ready pronounced, > \ WILL andaf/ifenwc*,tanding ;
". attendancewiIl bills of sale,,&c. in ''t J..r.no'f piuop ate CONTINUE THE (Ltr1eenocupjed' J.Pca!: :
: ,
,.
11 flfl'fl
: ,, old $ .th Thursdayof week, for forms !y;
x every and the most \Jtnd :
ON on reasonable tot'Mi.ofPentdcotoiutnatedonihe .,4iacr Jf.
terms AUCTION one half of '
4 oti of the,first rate, and bestlhor kinds, ; COMMISSION(BUSINESS
i 'jhake. <$ : merchandIse, and furni.tLlr and soliciU. the or4ers of:his .fri ids.PRIN'. ," ', 1't"

; I,phystc ian. .. ,.m'. Western ,herais.C. .. ;at'my'Auction-Room comer of.aJ* .;j, to.- .. ,i, ._ >v<'HASELL" UIJNT.. A'T. :thb store latelyoccupied'by'TWITCHELL -. above property:via be 'ollfIO.'ljl." '.
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foudBayl n streets., .. 'f
WATSON
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.:: ; wliere the thetV
L 11 htrir'. .. .,_ f -' : P9 &ven by the defendant
:t t l ?' _" :" I .. N. Pafier. HENRY 1IICHE ET. strictest personal'attention'will be. giver I ,BE.\J. WY.If4JDJ.fQMI. r.. i'
Pensacola March 19th 1824-2-\1' I j to all busmws confided him.! *" "VarliJ if'
SEBREE
'I I "t"' 'f'i : ,' : .M. .; tfcttly! mcuted at thb Qmcr, ,: j I April ir-tf. Moy'29i4! 1824. 12 1 ,ntdb..1" \ "ti

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