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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: July 10, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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PaaLJISED S-ATDIUU T.. I the sate:of the)adj ace tit' lands, .tinderAtte -:(1.superior .courts.MOthorijed: ', by.I '''day,'unt il *a:Quorum be convened i 'i' Old h+ eg' will:; ; :)ttt" aid sheV

ufjihe Governor chic; section pf this act, snalOeimade and, if noonecf Us be' and live
ByV.HASELL HUNT l authority : I 1 ._ a judges present to acald more of you,a*
thereof, at the, point.,selected for to'thta appellate,courtoT.said; .11teffttorylitreinafter b'y the maribal'of.aald. court. ''bout'. ':tfif: *i* ,u4c A general

IDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. the.'permanent;sea, of government provided for, ,":,until .'a :quorum: be convenedand .s munner of ,'disappointment. ran

pu !ilW ofthe Lama of.flu United sitars i for said. territory. t' inicii. >> 'oiunner. *a6d under, "I-sucb,: the district, attorney,marshal', through the whole., She has

Subscription Five dollars a year in ad- Sec. 2. And be, itfurtherenacted'] ,- egulutions, us tIe, LegislativeJouncil and 'clerk,.of the:'superior court ,of devil's,luck, ,and her own/' acid

'U't. Advertisements inserted at One t That" the Governor and. Legislative : may. direct ; and, until I, the ldle.dlstrlct' shall" be offi. one of'them. .'

va poIUr for every twelve lines or under for: Council l of ,the. Territory. .aforesaid the,LegUlbtive! Council shall have ''ceraot the,alld.co.trt_ 'f. appeals W ; The' next in, turn' was the wife

the frt in.crtion-ep.ch subsequent inser- ,J or a majority thereof,.be, made such, regulation; writs of and writs of error appeal fro'm of a young :maa' who was much

Lion Fifty Cents. ,and'tlieY arc hereby, authorized, to et',or_ 'anal appeal from the decision 'the decision of the said court,shall respected.in. |he. company for Fist

adopt such measures. as ,to them bait l'ior courts' shall. be'made ,to the Supreme .Court of steadiness and 'good: haviour.-- I
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,may seem expedient for the sale of :be.ruadt.to' the appellate court- of I the United_ _State, in ..the same she.. was remarkable for her affec-

said tract of land, or ant part the 'Territory, in the same man- manner, and under the same regulations ion'for.her husband.and before '

hereof, !o'r the purpose .of'raising net that writs of error and appeals as from the circuit courts, by the whole company, .for. her "

(., j fund For .the erection of public are'taken and prosecuted in the 6f the, United States, where the modest and obliging disposition ;

buildings at said seat of go nut adjoining state. amount in controversy, to be Ascertained She advanced with a 'palpitating

vet ttinent. v Sec. 2.And be further enacted, by the oath or affirmation heart and trembling hand to: decide

Sec. 3. And,be further enacted, -That each of the said superior "of.eit)1er party shall, exceed on (what was to her believe) ,

That there shall be, and herebyare courts shall, moreover, have and one thousand dollars. her future happiness,or. mi ser).-

--.---.......'-. --. reseried from sale, three ,entire exercise the same jurisdiction Sec..S. And, be it urther enacted, Every one prayed for her success.

BY AUTHORITY. quarter ,sections of lands, of within its limits in all.cases arising That so much of,the act, of which Trembling between fear and hope'

. 481 n act granting donations of.land to cer- the; "United. States. lying contiguous ur.der the' laws and constitution this is an amendment, as requires she drew out :one' of the tickets

bin actual settlers in the' Territory oflorida. to,and adjoining, the quart, r of the United Slates_ which, the Legislative Council of said and attempted: open it ; but her

? section granted by the first section by an act to establish: the .judicial territory to commence its sessionson band.shook so, she could not do

Be it enacted by the Senate and of this act, to be located by the\ of United "the first Monday in May, in it. She handed it to one of the i

House of Representatives of tie Governor of said Territory.Sec. I p-' each and every year,, be, and the men to'open. ''When he opened it>

United States of America in Congrets .4.,And. /beitfurther' Cltd,, September, one thousand seven same is hereby, repealed ;' and the bis'countenance fell,' and he hesitated x

assembled, That the Com- T hat- so, .much of the seventh, : :sec-;I hundred and eighty-nine, and 'An' said Legislative, Council- shall, I to say (what it was. She

Siissioners" ascertaining titleM. ion of the act of Congress of the,f act in addition 10 the.act, 'entitled hereafter hold:a session in every cried' put to him, in a tone of' apo.

tad claims to lands in Florida, I he, third of March, one thousand eight 'An act to.c. ''estaBfisn the judicial year, commencing on' the second riy. "Tell me for Oed-s stake, ,

and they are hereby authorized hundred and twenty-three entitled courts of the 1v ii led States," approved Monday in November,in each-and, what his !"- -u Not to go," said

and required, within their resptc- h An act anaenditag ,and supplementary the secon.. of March, one every .year, but shall not ,continue he in a compassionate tone of

tive districts, and in' addition to '0 the actentitled4Auact thousand seven hundred and' nine longer session than four weeks voice. "Oh' God, help me i O

their former duties; to receive and to provide for the survey aud ty-tnreej was [vested in the court after the fiat session, which shall Sandy !" she exclaimed, and sunk

examine all claims that may be disposal .of the public lands iu of the Kentucky district. The not continue longer in'session' than lifeless in the arms of her h\ls-

presented to them, and the evi : Florida prevents the appoint first six days bf each term of the eight weeks ; to be held at the band, who had sprang forward to

dente in support of each of such ment of a surveyor for Florida, sai.i cuurU, or so much thereof as seat, ,of government in said territory her assistance, and in whose face'was

claims founded on habitation and until the Commissioners nave mabt: necessary, shall be appropriated or at such other place or now depicted every variety
.cultivation of tract of land places as the Governor and Council of wretchedness. The
any decided and reported on, the pri to tne trial.of causes arising drawing
town or city lot, or out.lute by any vate claims in said territory, be, under the laws and constitution may, from time to time, di was interrupted, and she was carried

person being the head ..fa family, and the same is hereby, repealed ;j of the United States. And rect.Sec. by her husband 1 to his birth,

and twenty-one years of age, who, and'the Eastern.andYeslern land writs of error and appeal from'the, I $. And be it further enacted, where he hung. over her in frantic ,

u on the twenty-second day of February districts'in .said territvr),.shan be decisions in the said, superiorcourts I That so much of the; act, of which agcny. By,the'assistance of those

,one thousand'eight hundred divided: and separated by, the Suwaiiey authorized by this section: this is an amendment requiresthat around her ,jshe was soon recover*

and nineteen, actually inhabited jiv rand not by the ancient: of this act, shall be made to the: the Governor of Florida shall ed. from- beta'swoon, but she awoke

and cultivated such tract of land litieof divjbiuii between: .the pro- appellate= court of said territory, in not leave the territory without the dnly to.a sense of her misery. The _
or actually cultivated and impioved 1 permission of the President of the first thing /she did
,vincts of East and YVefct Florida such manner, and under such reguldtious was to look ,
such lot, or who, on that day, as prescribed,bythe eighth sec:: as the Legislative Council -: United States be, and the same round for her husband : when'she

F' cultivated any.tract of land in the t.ion.or the act cifores. it.l. .. shall direct. The clerks ,. is'herebyrePearedf perceived him,she seized his hand
"vicinity; of any town or city, having Washington.: Approved.May 24tn 1824. 'the ; respectively Washington Approved May 46th. 1824. and_ held it,' as if she was afraid
)a permanent residence in such -._. a. shall keep recordsat ; '- rte : ]7 that.,he wasgoing to leave her...*

town' or city, in said territory, and ,An act to amend an act,entitled "An act 'the held places where the. Courtsare l. ;C El.JLAN'. 0 Sandy,I ,you'll not leave me
and clerk shall
:
to amend act tor the establishmentof no one ,
certificates of confirmation i an t
to ; and "
' ,grant a Territorial Goieriwient'in'Fiond' a i !by- himself. 'or deputy, officiate at We know not when or where wetnestic your poor babie, will you ?
for any tract of land 'thus inhabited 1 and,for:other pu 'osesr rj,' mutt than: ...-pi ..; (Vvr. -jlwilJItnysaid : w.a. nJ"t ..;t" "II-<, ......:ale of..d a The poor 1 fellow looked in her f
and cultivated,or cultivated bat:rnuctPd by the' Senate'andHoune courts'; they" shall receive in distress as is told.below.- face with a,-look-or agony and despair. ..

by any-person of the above description > the laws and Who it with .
under the
of Kenreaentativcs o all cases constitution can red, stoical indifference
: residing in any town or United States of America in 'Con of the United States, the ?-A" Y. Ev. Post. The scene;drew tears'-from eve .
city in 'the.vicinity of the tract so ry eye in th e ;room with the
gress assembled, That the judicial l same fees which the cJerks of the THE PARTING.From exec P
cultivated ; which land shall be po\\'er"ollhe territory ot. Florid district court of the next adjoiningstate "Recollections,of Eventful Life." tion of the termagant whom I have
;3 located in.an entire body, as nearly I BY A SOLDIER. already mentioned, who said
I shall: be vested (in three superiorcourts receive for similar services. *
>' as possible, in conformity to the and in such inferior courts SEC. 3. And he,further enacted .A recent Sntuh'Pu l :alion. What are ye a'makinluch a
nurveys of the contiguous public We had been about three months work about. ? Let the babie
and justices ot '' the peace as the That there shall.l.be appointed get
lands, and:so as to embrace the' Legislative Council of the 1"errto- for each of the,said in the Island of Jersey, when the her. greet lout I suppose a shetbinks'
i courts: a
principal improvements then made i establist. person order came for embarkation for .there's. na ebody ever
I ry may, from .time to time, learned in the law, to act as part-
;. on any tract so claimed and shall There shall be a superior attorneys of the United States Portugal ; 'but only six women to ed with the men but her, wiher
as
Dot exceed in quantity fix hue every hundred men were allowedto faintin! and her airs, fc her warkl"
court for that part qr the territory r well as for the territory, each of
drrd and forty acres : And it shall I us. As there The
were drawing
accompany was again com
situated to the west of the river j whom shall receive the fees *
,same
, &1SI I ) be the,.duty of said Com mis- Apalachicola, to consist of one both in civil and criminal cases, however, a great many more than menced, and!'various were the expressions .
: aioners to receive claims to land? : that number, it was ordered that of feelings, evinced b
I judge ; he shall hold his court on as arc received by the. district attorneys p
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founded habitation and cultivation should draw lots those ,
to who
concerned.
on they see The Irish women *
the first Mondays May and November of the United States ofthenext
commenced between the should remain. The in
220 women of particular were loud in
in each and ,at adjoining state for similar
.f February thousand eight every year services the company to which I belonged their grief. It
one : Petsa cola and at such.other times and shall'moreover, receive ahiays appealed
I hundred and and the assembled in the to that
aI nineteen seventeenth wore pay-ser me the Irish either feel
and places as the Legislative as a full compensation: all extra
of July, one thousand; Council direct There shall I ,; ge nt's room for that PurPose.- more acutely, than the Scotch or
eight hundred and twen'. may servicesannnallpthesame: salaryas The of the < had ,English, that
y-one, men :company gathered or they have less restraint -
be a superior court for that part o: is provided,1y.JaWt foe tbeassf .
when Florida was surrendered to around them to acetbe 'r e- on themselves in
the United States and evidence in the territory situated between the trict attorney of the'district .<>f! salt with various degrees' of interest ing it. The :barrack through express the "

of the same and .\.Apalachicpla 'land Suwannet rivers Kentucky, to be. paid quarterly in their rest.of that
tiipport; ; to report depicted countenances. day,was one coati n>ted
consist of one judge j he by the. Treasury of {the United : of
anabstrkct of all. such claim:s I The proportionate hum tcene lamentation.
to Congress I and,of the claims by shall bold. his court on the first States.- There.shall, also, be 'ap*: ber of ticl'ets\vere, made, with "to We were to march next t mot$*
Mondays:of April aud October ir pointed, for each of the said I
them confirmed, to',the Secretary courts, go" '!Ir "not, to go," written on it,jng.early. Most of the single! me*
of. the Treasury ; and the- claim, I each-and every year, at' the seat'ofgo'etaul1 a marshal I,.who shall perform the them. The}'were 'then placed in were away dJjnk ,I slept in '

w.erely; reported on, shall be fait 1 such.other rit'in; aat territory, and same duties," be subject to the a bat, and the women then called the birth above. Sandy and his
at times
and
before Congress at their next session places astlie'Legislative same regulations and penalties, by their, seniority to draw their wife. They never went to bed
council '' Di : ,
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with,. evidence of the time rect. Tliere.shall' be; may, beentitledjto the tame fees, to tickets. 'Ilooked'aroiind... me before but. sat the .whole ,night fa _,theip.
and of such inhabitation a superior which marshals, in other districts ..lf inter with ,their' ,
nature, extent, court,fur'that of the they began. vvas.aa' birth only child be*
entitled for
pan territory. are similar services
and cultivation, in each case ; Costing scene. The sergeant:'stood tween,them,alternately
I embracing
situated to the,, east and south of ''and-shall-
in I
and the extent. of the claim : Provided : addition, be paid the in,the middle with, the l hat in :his their child and.each other and lameniing > ''
the Suwannei. river, to consist f sum of-two hundred,dollars '
annually

That no claim shall oe received hand,the women;around him with ;I i their,cruel fortune. I.ace
one judge ; he'shall' 'hold.his court as av compensation for extra I
confirmed, or reported. to i their hearts palpitating,. and anxiety -j Ter witnessed in my life such &
,
n the. first Monday in May and services; and shall subject et t '
k
Congress, by the. said Commissioners and suspense every count j heart-rCnding ,acene. The
November in each and such poor
and
to regulations penaltiesas I II
every
year
nance.-Here and there fellow
for confirmation, to favor you wouldsee tried to assume some firm
at St. Augustine aud, at such : the Legislative Council shall I
o '
of .
any or the legal the hand of a married .man ness but in vain
person repre- ; some feeling ex*
tlier times'and the Legislative while under I
place as impose, acting and in
9ritatives of any person, who Council shall direct.Vitbin' virtue of the territorial ,. pushed forward. from amongst the pression from, her :would throw
'latms any tract of land in said laws crowd in the attitude of intense him off his guard, and ,at last his

t l'ritoryt by virtue. of.any writtenttidence \ its limits herein described,I Each judge shall receive a salary anxiety and attention; grief became quite uncontrollable-, -
each court shall have of fifteen hundred dollars
of the title derived from jurisdictionin per an : The'first woman called was the When the first bugle sounded
,
tiuVer'the'British or Spanish Go all criminal cases, and exclusive num to ,be paid quarterly, by theTreasury ser ant's wife.-she drew, not to he got ,up:and pt: pared.hia things..
jurisdiction) in all capital' of the United States.
"
,
It seemed liulecon-
vernments. to Here
give anew: source of grief
fences, and original jurisdiction_in SEC. 4. And.be'it further enact gTerri sprung
H CLAY. to any one. but _herself, and up. In laving aside the article
VtkeroftheHoitteof all,civil cases of'the value of one td, That there shall 1 be organized '
Representativei. her ,husband: the '
next was acorporal's which he, intended to leave and
JOHN GAILLARD, hundred:dollars, arising under the ,in;said,territory a court'appeals, ,wife--sbe drew"to which''they bad used together the
go. ,
*{* dent ofthe Senate,'pro tempers., laws'of the:eritory no\v' in forceor to'be composed of the of
judges'
seemed
d
atfon bin 26. 1824., This was, received by all} :wit'early' h"r idea ,fixed.l. his,mind. that I
Y JAMES MONROE.9pftmding Approved. which may, at'any time hereafter the:superior:,courts'of said territory as.much .ap.athYai.the brit. :they: wotld meyerase them in that

; be enacted by the LegislativeCouncil any two of whom shall be a ,She was little beloved either. way a.gainand as, she put them a*

4ft let for a grant of Land for ,.and shall-have; and exercise quorum, and shalLhoId, :annually, The"next' .was, an t old hand,. a '!side_;she watered them' with her
the ttt of Government in the' Terrlto- appellate jurisdiction overtheinrcl'iorcou.MS at the seat:of,government of .said o '
: I most, outrageous virago;; who t ara. Her tea pot, her cups,,and
4 Ptnrida [Florida,] tnd, for otter 'of'said 'territory,-_ : territory, one session, comment, thought, nothing of giving' 'herhnsband CTery :thing.that.they had:used is .
purpose ,
'"
achrjudge"shall a appoint clerk;. ing,on.the first Monday in January :,.
il a knock. down... when he common,all.bad.their apostrophe
enacted and "
..f* f 6ySenate: who .shall reSiderespectir' ei fa at in: andievery year The. senior offended ;her, ;and who*, used .to of sorrow.,.. IJe tried/ to persuade

fr r"W> .States Representatives. ofthe I the'place where his.. sub/court: :.i s, ,jud e,jjhall. be, the. presiding. make Sreatdiatt: : er' :about"'the .her_to'remainIn: the; -.barrack_ :as
America. in ton! ortna y.br, .J lavv,'be direct. d tpj bheWi > .of'said,.court ,and the other I '
arc+* 11 Judge / fire in the.cook :tvaY'Ever Y: one we., had six<"mi lea to travel to the
he nd{here"61td",Th t there. ,shall 1 and,thef sbalj keep the: recards > judges snail have precedence.according uttered their'wishes. audibly that place of embarkation j but she said "

ur'H : of U, granted' to' thw 'there.+ Each cleflt shall;I'receive -,;to lih ,dat;.of their commiscions '- she wbuid-lose:5" :;and.her.'husband: ,\ she woId.fa. ,_ k ".,the last 'minute.

fila.orr Florida, ;:one entirer for' bis"ervice8, in Fail, 'cases- ,;QT,!e're'lliHjr.cbniniii, if'we :could judge:from. ,his countenance hiscompaHy,thttshe.cpBld.TheKgiroent 11

aI- tio.seetton. o rland,or fraction' _. ;, :arising ttnderhe,:laws.of the Jte' r:. ions.b ar '.of.tiTe.:.sirnip)date. ., according ,. seemed}to\wish;\ iso' ',too.-= t llilJ,sad march*
no t (
i dt.f "oae r Acceding quan8ectVon ritory c fees ate. all'be" established : to:) 'their_r .respectivev ages; She'boldly/plunged; 'berhand''iat o ed,off, amid:.the waiting',of.Jho'se

:kit quarter: for Ib"of : bthe.. Legislative CouncifAnd (Tljat' ;;ih> said' /courtmayi: : : iby the Gatt aDddre. ..out tt t l ket1"OD". ,whO'| baviBg J t wA'or'b' iJy:

\ tr0 government:located "K that terri writs, of'error: .and. appeal 1 'any otfeof its. ;'judges, being pre-l j'openJBgltishe! held it up triumphantly dres; could.obt: -accompany; aste.. _
pre'lti.lt- 'decision of tbe-'sai d' sents be d.f to' .:
from the final 1 adjouiQcdf from ,' and diaplaytd J. "t r p. .-. the place !'e tbinlJ ti',, ., ,

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ti : M.'l t. # ..in ." affairs. pVef' rstaDt1t thatifl.l,CO1SUD e r 'e(44oitfciitipirfkiwIc q t"rtt f J1j" '
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. {officer ,was 'soldi*j>Iease.e.cie, :nnfl* nlen.o.tarJ' al fg I C't..Ifr! : htn(Stl! :.!ft.f lt t, .civt,.._.. CJ hiu'ticioi t 'rt '' 'q't tft.' .- :t,; b'sentc4Ii ,.
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p ondrfct, 'that t\":i othI1t1TOb1ie b1tiiateIytO' 'reentI. % Jti e This'.!n tw o'tU S Q )t& et from L' ,' gainst! the Brazils, are4. : _\_ .'

St. Heller's he would not allow which, are gradually$! disappearing' time to'timesbeen,stranded, on the The,King of England was getting 'wjth fiat' .

the band to play. ,from circulation by the rapid system Jersey shore, bY,' .tlieir being,,:taken belief of his late attack'of the dr ofrcscuungt.from th.e ii..e emperor* I> Itt

When we arrived at tic placewhefe of curtailment, adopted to- I to Amboy for entry, :application gout on the 1th, May-he was to An control j of ::
cyi !
expedition for : '
c. we were to embark, most .war1sits debtors. **In the meantime I has been made .to t r the..p"ro- boloVa, drawlrfg,'rodm'on' the 20th. said tI ,
was to be
distressing scenes took place in ;_we woiild remark'ijlha i (;'the ptr":'authorities'' fttl Washington;, |>-.$, uJht1e Taithjsldue, ; fi>'the,ar- Lisbon.LJThe.pose :. ,fittini:. \

the men's parting with their wives, new notes will be'in the hands of through our Repre entative,;l\'t!. ticlc heading the Norfolk extracts .

;. some.of them indeed, it ,did not t.hepeople of this, slate, equal to Sharpet..to.prevcntahe evil*,in,future. from "English ,paperso.f"senou5': :. Jani ,,!ieJ\ at1Cqn8t t. '

appear to affect much; others 'had land office money, as'they: are, ,receivable The application ? we ;are, negotiations being in progressbetween : |of p f\V' fermentation re reported tq bci I

;got themselves nearly tipsy, but for taxes. and all, due's0. liappy to learn, has r.esulted'in an_ : England andth. HolyJVHiance. : and' : it( }
d for
most of them -seemed to feel it the state.-Alabama Republican, I order. ,to the..Collectdr'' at' Amoy S '. :pur"paper,3Vo: ays V,latcr, troops.Intend refC

acutely. When Sandy's wife -"'. -t-, r I* >* 'not to" prevent tl goods :from being do not' .eviiradveri: to any-,.such be/eft ordered V hold: to: s'1fi (n. i

carne to take her last farewell, she [From theUtica. Senfiperjilay t 25." ] bVought forthwith ,.to this:city.v cir- stances.: -' V ,mkrch, and I, ,!t

:, lost all government of her grief. Stage"unnin'ffi In: ,tjiejast' Sentinel -' 'Some.of'the Utica merchants. Liverpool Jlfarkett) Monday,May 10. read mess', : to;aid in r t rt t''' '

t She clung to bun with a dispair- was a ,coiimuniCatiofl.hpm: have i'ecently'ic ived: Their first Cor/on-i-Littlevanimation;; has appeared '- quility irlihe /capIta.!. qf"TQ'.1.

: ing hold. "Oh dinna, dihna "A Sufferer" staliiihe'" : fact that orders,dut'c: (from'Liverpool, andtheir'first in the market throughout It was'repeated 'i ?Vjennathat '

leave me!" she cried. The vessel (1 of the"stages" between, this ..placeandAlbany landing w'as _"from, :the. the past. week:' 'and't transactions: the'Russian go rntt'f' '
sed
was hauling out-One of the sergeants was'upsetby the drivers canal boats. ,Among the packages have been consequence; rV.her, to recognize th l ;

came to tell her that she' attempting to run past another \vai a handsome crate of limited, without, hi'vrl": ,. a1ymatrialui1ation PEP c of Greece, ai
'
would have to go ashofe. "Oh? sta'ge?' ,The ,proprietors. Messrs. earthenware, from'the manufacturers in ,the, ,curreftcyi trlarancc and Et'
''
'. be hard hearted in England, a present to JDe :thougli for American desrcriptionsit would' probably agreeterms ti
they'll never so' as : J. Parker. EC Co. with,the greatest '
/ to part us!" said she,'and runningaft propriety, arrested and Imprisoned Witt Clinton, which was rc-ahiji- has been more difficult" to make the Grecj.vinces ii,: ro.'

to the quarter deck,. where: the the driver, Edward Thomas, ed at, -Utica and' sent to him in to obtaIn ful1preiot.i rates. ()n. an,'independent,state' %;

commanding officer was standing, who had been, guilty of this outrage this city. A volume could hot Friday a public sale/of J1500 bags J The Latest: *;accounts,frdoi: ,

down her knees with. ; in favor ofjhe of Various,sorts, excited considerable ctinention'_ the.
J ? she sunk on ,the moment he arrived ,.in express more great cOmp1ethj i'
her child in her arms. ,Oh will' town.,' Ifsjage owners generallywill projector of .the greatest canal in attentionand with the exception -, of Ldrd. 'Br'on'and, :d1Yt i'Ncg

you not let me gang wi'my husband only he thus severe and the world. of Sea Islands, the 'resultexhibited po '!V... _.dal Y;..PP."i..

". ? Will you tear him frac his prompt in the punishment of V FftMTr a steady cunencjv: :Ptr .-Intelligencereceived '' bas, i oJ

wife and his ween? He has nae those drivers who are guilty of which nearly the whoewerc] disposed ,ar;Baltimofe via1 1 Q

I fr t'n's but us-nor we 'only but disobeying their instructions, the C.lomb/a.-Carthagena papersto of. The. following' 'are tfie Scfat i New ,"Bedford 'front ':at f***

him-and, Oh! ttill'you make us evil complained of will 30011 be cu the24th of April contain the.ad- particulars so, confirming the account,,of Q.

L a' f.h'n' less? Sec my wee babieplcadin red. 'dress delivc.rrd at the last opening 257 bags' Sea Islands, 72 sold at insurrection. which 'topfe"epJ'T c

for us!" I of the Congress of Colombia, by '12 5-8d, to155.8d ordinary togood Callao, in, thcrpcginnirTg; "Mki1y.

Ttie officer felt a painful struggle which it that the country ;'107 Alabamas ,107 sold at It .was there stated ihi
The Metropolitan, a newspaper appears 8 3-8d to 9d mid to 573 De-
: between his duly and his ft-l'1- win in a prospf'rousstat and. that good ; insurgents were.blacks ,lt.i&,
"\ ings! the tears came into his printed in Georgetown, District .ihe friendly relat'iQtis subsistingbetween meraras, 425 sold at 10 3-4d.-to 12 said, ,they were Portuguese.
<>f Columbia, contains;. the'follow- l-8d do 410 Egyptian 290 soldat ,
eyes. She eagerly caught' at thisas ing humorous hit at Mr. Ran I I' the Republic. the United 11 l-8ddo153; Barbadoes, according to .one account,,,: '

favorable to her c.u (S.uOh! > States, and Great. Britain, lately 253 been! seduced: from their. ,.'jJqij,
I y"o.u have heart dolph. sold at 9- 1-8d to 10 1-4d fair.to the machinationsofprisoners -
3)t', see feeling "Some arch malicious manifested by the arrival hej e of thc5. '
1 -) u'l11c.lt me gang wi'him! You : wag accredited agrnts'fronrthese good. The private transactions: in the cas.tjeV "' p 1; ,

have tine wife ,bui if you bad, I srnt, us a retort courteous upon had diffused universal satis-poWers consist of 3828 'Boweds at 8d 'to ther_,statement it,would{ cc J)1' '

am sure you v ad think it ,unto I L.I John Randolph for bib attack on faction. It was supposed at Bogota i 9 3-4d. 991 Tennessee, Alabama k it was_not, disaffection ternmcut ; I) '

:., S hard to he torn frae "er this way our town.-he contrasts him with that the English commissioners 'Mobile 8d to 9 3-4d; 1338 Orleans which 'had c u edAj1t_
Jack Fallstaff and declares him
m ", -and this wee darl ng.'* "My had private instructions to 8 l-2d to lid ; 416 Sea IslandsiS14 Tolt, but a failure.on. the' pat

good woman," said the officer,.,"! earth to be the "extremest reverse"while the acknowledge The, independence of .- to 11d ;"15 stained 11- 1-2d ; the officers. to settle, tei'a, t-.
S product"d-that
ever
j. 1 feel for ycu much, but my orders the one looked like six Aldermen Colombia The French brig Ga-. 540Pernams 11 l-2d to 11 5-8d; 44 ,of pay. V ..

are peremptory that no more than yelk ,from Martinique had landed Maranhams' ic S.4c1 to .11 tl-4d; Bolivar jis'said.in,oneIccOj
rolled into one, the other looks
-. 343 Bahias 10' 1.4d 10 3-4d
; six women to each hundred men M. Chasseriuu at Laguira. He to ; ,beat .rrucino.witb..onlyl:: .;
like a yard stick dressed wih
with their husband. You hae : ISODeriltraras'lldto 11 1-4di' 20 lombians and '2000 Peruvians
: go with ?]:
was charged a diplomatic ,,
"cotton the -
had your chance as well as the other I bag-ging"-that one mission to the and it Egyptian 10 3-4d to'.1 I8d ; 128 S another with from to,;:7000".1n <
loved and cried Republic was
sack
\ S .. women, and although it is "a plagueon understood that he intended Surats 6'l-8d to 6 5-8d ; and 180 'a:.third with ..1.1,000.meny: '
cowards" to
all while
' : r -* hard enough on you' to be separated the other have proceed 'Bengal at 6 3-8d'pe making, including -,: the,royalist force ,is estima l'
hates Banks and cries to Bogota to a personalcommunication '
"out '
.
.
upon the
tbose
auctiotj '
S from husband there by aggregate
-\ your yet with the executiveOn 9000.. Previous accounts ga _
the It is needless
gun-boats.19 to transactibns 9420" bags,
,
S :., are many more in the same ; Liberator 15OQOf r ij
prrdic-1 I I say we cannot insert it." cowing anchor theGayelle about 1000 *of which *'were, taken
ament, and it is totally out ?
[ It is likewiseaid ;tT it'r lJ
ich
S The is the fired a salute wl> it." "\V eU. well following attack alluded partH oh speculation n and parjlly: "',-'
to help I
.1 power to.-tlut:5
to, which is contained in aspeech by the. batteries. .., putation :despatched
:. f .s.iid she, rising from her knees, I shipment. : '"
ish with '
:
it is
With prooSalsfIVrangingrnatters.amicabi
: regard to Spain stated camp
made Mr. :
'and straining her infant to by Randolph in Havana.;June .Ourmarket. remains 5
:: the House of Representatives. in the address ttiat Ferdinand r, ;bad j jturned
much in the same state as
her wi'us
brl"asl"uit's own rr.y to Lima without 'su"ing
"Whoever still refused to acknowledge the
would
walk in the advised in last. We have'sincehad
.5 babie This leaves frien'- our '
us ,
, pUll:: in their mission.
;
the and Troops
drsolhte and independence: Republic,
less deserted Hr4't"'t& of two. arrivals from port,
on the \\ide world. -uGod your

::i :\ ._ WIll l he your friend," said I as I.' Georgetown might there find an i I that he listened no offers to of"from ncgociation him without would V 'But the Article. office still maintains -. ther collecting places alongjthd Carthagena3i4 coasttotothe (

illustration ,
to be-derived from ai S4 -s-'a a, S 4,34'"with
from ap-
; took the lfilcl her until she
this south
.5 .of
The -
Banks lie haH 'acknowledgement. de- bywar .1pa 2'tif,
beeniri
5 : ..George pearances.pf goiiighigher.. Lard,
; t should get into the boat. Sandy fence of Peru is also stated .',be ; ; and an :engagement,
haci stood like a person bewildered town on this day fort nigh tt and in. estrntlai tothe; security.of Colombia to is selling at .ea".13. .I-'; Pork 12 VS was'is1igl, ,
' 1roni"tl\e. expected; '!f
'S all this time without saying a the wlioie space bridgeovoi ''and to-tlie 'a. 14"-doir*; ;'Beer 1O a 11 ;' Hams1

wortL-"I'aiewel.) then, a last Rock Creek to the last.hpuse, referring afTairs'ofTVIexico lOa 12 r. Candles !3. a 14 Soap: June. Ii/1
. occupied by a ,particular friend of all interference in the. internal ; I 81-2a9.' "f The latest Jamaica'papcrsniJno !
1' faic'well then" said she to hinl.Vf'r."s .
his, he had u t'se n, where all concerns of nations which I V mention of-the-repoVt that'
** Coffee is at 11 14'doll ..
."\ babie ? she cried, supported a t..
'
my was one hurry and'bus'tle ',and the are independent, is explicitly dis as assorted Royalists had ,entered 'Perutr"
>Give him .quality. Sugars .
I handed him to llIr- a \
> last kiss Sandy." He pressed hum. of business, single wheel : claimed.-JV. .Y E. Post. lla9 13 rs : Whites 12al4rs ;; however,.cbnfirm: rt,thcinfiigetba

'r,; I the infant to his bosom in silenta carriage & only some 10 or 12 individuals -' : '. The small Pox has been com S :' Brown and Yellows 7 a'8 3-4 rs: : the;mutiny' of the ;regirnei

walking to and fro. He pletelj eradicated in Denmark, I at Callao w occasioned -tl"
' Muscovadoes by< ,
: "Nowa'sovro Farewell. 1 6 a 8 rs. These. ....
,. ; "- 3gt Sandy! \\'l:'J1I1Hi}' he meet in heaTiMi -i did indeed see one poor, wretch. and almost so in/Prussiaby! vaccination prices are likely to maintain. arrears[ibf pay being\Vithljehf," ..
""
." S S !Jed bl'lng"lctping out of the bank, lii the former., the meansof .. "* not from disaffection to 'tb'e,
i" and into the boat r 0 M M j
I,';, : -, wild stepped despairing look. Theesstl I with a book.in his hand,. which prevention5 more ,decisive New York, June \tT. e'rnmrnt.1" They: are'said ':to''hi'
w-th a '
S. : i supposed to contain his bank than any where else:-no individual been the only rtgular tro'sLiina
-\ was now tuining th 'pier,. | The ship Lu cilia has arrived at
S 5'1\\ I, ; -and she was almost out of sight in I, account ;, nd if Hoearth.: had beingallowed church confirmation Boston in 24 days from Liverpool, and that when_ they' ''at, fii

: wanted a subject to depict human admitted to any school, bringing London dates'of the 11th demanded their r'money, -the gC
:: salk insutit ; but as we got the! last '
/1 in its most bound apprentice to atoy trade., or ernment, instead 'of ;'satisff'hemasfar !
;. I .gh of t her, she utterred a misery icxtreme character : and Liverpool of the 13th May.
I u'psc married, who has not been vaccinated :' t>
. that the for t as it was 'able
\\ him. ,
\1 I -shtiik, the knell ot'a brokt-n as men ; We have be.eri favored by our correspondents .

ft, heart, which riigs in my ears at Who he was, he could not tell; but or previously had the small of the Courier, Dally them to Callao; to 'garrison .

I thIs moment. Saridv rushed down what he was, was plainly written pox. Does not the widespread existence : Advertiser, and Patriot, with Castles that'place, jiutting I I'

Ii self in his Ih'ida.nd miserable countenance of' this dangerous and slip extracts from, these their hauls the mean's"tof'enfw'
. below and threw hi 'into one I -papers,
disease admonish
kttt of the hirt'.s in a slate of feeling : !" S loathsome, us but they add very little to our pre. ing their demandsj&ttbe cann'cmouthy ,,
: To which a writer in Georgetown that some legislative. :measures vious infoimation wluch opportunity '
.wl'irh defies lIt Sf ription. Poor fellow \ rom Europe.41ger8.'A
_ _ his.fl"s forebodings were replies, that he saw ,the person k ought to be.adopted in our coun- bomb ship had improved, and, being :directet

too true He was almost the !firstthut I ;Mr.. R.-.-met coming, from the tryBalt.! American. sailed from Portsmouth for A!-" a Spanish 'officer] 'ileclareo iffvpr :.
'S ,Bank-.-that he was the UNDERTAKER Fatal Occident.-Col. RobertNichol of ,the King. l.11is't.A.riwe
was kilVd in PortuJ; H- giers and three others were ,expected -
Waal b rume ,')f her. 1 have never .and that his wretched' looks : ), member of Parliamentin "vto follow to attack _th tplace can discover.'from the ja "; '",

,b,'en able to.Uarn. were:caused by the extiatirdinaryealtlii.v Upper Canada, early in' Mnyj;, in'as'6-'theDey refused to, listen papers' ;was V 'the ext_V nt'b \._ ';

; S::: : -----. -_ _ ._ _-.; .4 s of the place! came He left to a melaacholy death.' to some; new proposal -,abo t to Rumors were rDO doubfjntion .cui 4I'1'. .,J

DOMESTIC.Domestic ? 'Queenstown on his way. be made.to him,by the British 'thaC-lhe,: 'RoyalistCantarac Qi" ,
", S.( J I".- '. At. JPowles Hook, a sailor and a home late at night, in_ a one vernment. .go- had taken:advaata '_

l: I. Manufactures black man lately fought fur amuse- horse wagon! The night was Turkey and Greecc. .-.A letter ; this mutiny and :entered Lima, .
J'I';I'I'I. piece of Cotton Baggingihasbeenmanufactured : ment, when ,the latter killed the extremely dark, and his.sighV'as from > that the/situation &ffhe pal:

Ht 1 t at Lexington', ,_ Ky."if Iormerky.a blqw. r.ot considered very good. Whenhe Constantinople,dated in April : had b p f "
but
hopeless
lo'me. :: 1m.
t: ; 'Which is pronounced superior -in had ascended the height .just states that the, Pacha 'of ;Egypt these ;
are to adopt StateTtiienU
S. f had idea of
'1."'$ i stretth -and workmanship., to1 any We publish above Queen&to, where thr'r\,ad giynupthe : prdceedinf S :
have
today a complete must .something ,
for
the :Moreabut that his mqre"a
iJ, bugging ever before, exhibited, list of takes sudden lUaD on the brink of : "
the acts'passt'd at the late to thither with i live th an'mctetruinortthuj', ( .
son was go a large '
.j 1'1 -and may proudly 'challenge the one of the most awful
t' S best ofthe Scottish session Congress. There is an' precipiceson force. Other accounts from Alexandria -,i them; especially..when'.;W t"fi..n ,
:( looms. unusual nUluberoflhemtht' reader the Niagara. riverhis horse, \ all accounts, that *BolivaW '
. S by the of Marseilles l'
Vway
-
r. I : Petersburg R. pzth.H will instead-of-turning to',the right and t
J S .. perceive, which relate tothe & dated the 5th April, men the'Iieaa of a p!>erfui 'aTTItheyicinity <
-
j. We understand I concerns, public! .lands, Sec: of, following! the road, went straightforward tion the blowing-up of' the 'wholeof '; Lirna,: .: cfcstfn1 ..
,i. j from an.authentic some of the new states and terri to the. precipice,' a distance the 'drivehe'*.:Rovalists"buVa, P

t,; source. that it is the determination tories. Thisit-oughtto i : 'be 'stated ,; of four' rods from the magazines of gunpowder, couiitry., f" .:. Irl '
{ : 'Y -of the'Huntsville Bank road and every, description ,military & ,
i to. r.t'- at that place, when horrible ;"
as an act
'IH; j J sonic specie payments'on: the 19th Is owing ofJustice to. the to the zealous gentlemen to relate Mr. Nichol, his. horse stores ,at ..Grand'airo' which had ,Colo'mjtidn JRefiuipdbers6fthe gii :..:J;, : "

1, : 'j day of July. The bank will then exertions the members'who represent -' nd waggon, were all precipitated ; been.collecting ,there. for:.severalmonths : '.27ih. lt" : .. I
'
" S for
f, redeem 'one half of ihe" amountpresented those distant of the II. beadlohgdown the awfulsteep: the purpose of being extract'frbm; catonthnof :" J ..

' In issue part, distance eaipieyed againstthe. Greeks. and : a[late dale bia h jta i 1
: J: specie.and Union. in 'both .branches.; Of' a in the. whole, about byt;
{ new notes payable I ondemand, for these,.we may name..Mr.',Scott of '300 feet. It is..':almost' needless that three thousand ,Egyptian,.soldiers --. .that',Rp e/i; ,H.vLowrypi : -.i

;' '"I1n r the residue. Not being able to Missouri. ,and Messrs. Conwar.and to, -:add, that Mr. Nichol was' perished by t explosion.. to Laguira, had,:been' recgJ !!:

) ;:f dis. !iirg ? tHe 'whole of' its. -notes in Call, Arkansas' and..Florida.Int. ., ,killed.instantly his, horse shared ; The-value, of the property destroyed by' Colombian. :go1The v J -

) specie and the of Tnstiill i was estimated. at. 10 millions of b '" to"t
notes this -' 4.Xc:. June 17:!:. bjs! fate, and the.waggon literally. ; lartHs: 'loriBinChurchva'mounting ,": (
:: dollars.JATEST. 1
,t tuti on having been dashed :
industriously 5- V to atoms, ... to 4evera
; :t souglu after. ever since: jt was ascertained Fourth.5- 4udIor-.Jt 5 U 1 said-that S ** "' .FRANCE.By lions,, fiad ,heenVtakeu .franjl .

JM: that specie' the ship :Howard in 28 clr t a ppiatedpouQn.ofthc.war4' J ,
,f payments Judge Van Ner, NeWrYorfc: ; Prom 'the Charjeyton Mercury S days .
!! !
would be resumed < from r
by the first V Havre. Paris 'Eh
oT declines accepting, the., office of papers are -e- :
: June
i.I
19th
i;: : August n.'xtvand a,)'ery'I I JaYge a:-' Fourtli:.Auditor,' of the, Treasury,: Havana papers to the 'vith" in 'hc ; ceived to' the'11,.th: May,''inclusive t 'g1'essVXad been"Debating'fsed lii < t

f rL mount'having been collected "y'a:' 10 which*, ',J he,, Appointed) ,by:tHe: ntait,npth'ing $ 1 by whicluit appears ,Spain ,was-in.! : : :doprronrisom"e. Idyicereceid'as : :" -
,
: S fe'v individuals :in :this,' vicinity, .I .President and/the Senate_ ,.just-be' _-Latettfrom':'Englan&Th&Sttcnce worthIranslati9g: ,80 cdnytilsed a state" a& to-" ,caUse( ; to' .the,:4 .igi!,
1i4 vrliMse intention'is'to make ""S the jreturn Frenstf Biy ''J\l1hln''; 'n.Sitb
: S a run fuet1 adjournment Congress. has brought our fifes of : .a. c rpl ;!. ." .
:
I Liverpool 1
OMO.I ihtV Bank, Ihe"m-om rtt jts Tbisjofficer': h.,the'AfovyAuditorand.js papers to, the 12th which had/reached1, ]".- -' the JTrontiers, thjng bdjo: l1 jii, f. .'

.1!: vaults ::are'bp'ened1 the" Bank, "vUb 'tiej head of :one of 'the 'Accounts from,Trieste; from jthe Interiorand1ihat{ 'upwards ('bstrv. .d, rn1tter: : ; 1 : ,
'ij tljat
I S civotdoingequajustite: to all branches,of the./Treasury ,Department orders of a favourable say, of 20,000; troops" ;would [re-, ,of"the JatftalcoX"d; jerns t'fZ.; .
the holders of its ,mature for ,. ; ,,
liaperjhasre'sbltaHtpt .vr ..
," hejrfceives settles 'the ler.Spain'.in" the-.oure6t-iast, : .b .q d"I r'. 'tt'
q all
S cd ;* 'this cburter*** II I Greeks were'ecct dto (be! 6 :
m'onth. Itwoildseemthatese s t n i4k-
I J ;
accounts iii the' : ; :
i... We 'ould acc.ruing Navy De- issued to'the Ionian;: Government:
S infer
I' S ft fi froth1hecjrL; partm 3Qeiatiet61t. movements were,. occasioned. by J r'SpalnnO" ; n tf 1
t '. S 1rPlt es.. th At, it is tticlnteniioD. :V V I .and to/tile ritishcruisere t injhet\ the royal.Volunteer, ho Ve tthi : Ota Jv."itli th, ;Yp, t a;t \
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'' m \\.1S r.unl1/at' .".. v:(..nrj.tcrn' IB JOJ***?% .1 knew-to be'error,in In.Statementoiinbi r '' i e' ;.3urlith1Aittu11rc tabc'-major, ;is; ';M.afj.;18 2"q do,beer? !b'spirits,of turpentine,
,,2
doiirt fortWi ))|srict,for should I noW in I .. ce 12 bake P$3t20' boeerahan
.)f tht superior wiBermrBelf to iiply,'td1I. i is.W : : '. jresSnjti.1stlLcutenan'VIfltam. : : : ; -
1'I stie murder nf'r( er ..Mitllcn;, ofi the 9th .last' liecc,had he not imputed tom, ,>the J \ F, ".t. ; Leart'to dize, Spaiesdo toFinZay''Ruah-

xUv of Aflh'lIbt. 1Byas'taVcVcw: Moi- ,!thus improper forced application roc of into certainterros; and 'tetmcD lIo!' oij ,pM:. .correspondentYiquemerrnit.me' to. re- .be "ca- pain)$: ,,'i\ May,- V$34SiceDonoho ton, 9 packages ifw et-fneats, ;toM .
I again columns "
\4=y l lit,3 ai cpinmitjted t'1.<) eci: tody of hi<5elfjustification., Justiaaremarkf yfltfi" thatthe commend universal adoption! : promoted.ft- .'. : W.. Rcadtrunk: apparel, and _

if)2 Marshal,to stand bt trial atilbe. next: .tennsiUiboralifyignorancc;-prejudice; I ,allude to'' the 'praise, rorlhy airct: 2d lieuJenariulGtorge ,.Mountz/ 1 box, bacoajiams; fo C., IT. Pin-
'
tcnn of the Superior Coupon" the first, r& .'considers as:';"orjwno 4dh jrilciice' of : ,to be :lstJteatcto; tstMTajr, 1824, dar,:5 casks:;Poster to St.ane..St v\7t-
getting nobly
Monday ;11 NOvcmbfcr: nest,4;.. '" .- ,'\" \: hci hal,nothing]do,'A nlini.1'hit : lordly | horse ;vicc Lejaf,: d'PI1":1lK'MI.ofnfantrY.,*., *-,',. ,. bet, and J, package'4>ooksi;to .JK H. -
ru-Q
J..tc he 1iiountng, a racingthrpug ,
., ,. says, Tegret4iteityindex/had; nothing Hunt JPa" J.I&Jjhton
5 I- ; : JSfngeri jr.6tii .
S
0- '! Vthu aftFr ;
t
,better to say. Vo one can bore sincere : cityand,, Having *".'
\ der ,the ., 1st iieutenantKobert A.- i1c.Cbeio ,,$ch. :Amelia, R lily, Tam _
has issued Jy regretthLnt.Vi ; necessity for shownaproper contempt' for the,
Gm.crnor of( Georgia a
.
The using,phrases,wh'rh bear the appearanceof safety'of-att brats who infest be'c ptabistMa), 1824,. pa Bay, ,Cargo, 2. bundles deer

proclamation! rtficring a reward of two I severitvi or carry .with them' reproich, the streets .in may an1 .vice C ss"res gned. skins, U cow, hides, and .L box _

huiMlrcil dollars for apprehension of but it is not his fault, ifrothersmake ; ,tuIygentlem 2d l lieutenant/Joseph M. Baxley bees wax, ,to C.
"J'indar.kaasen
-
i ,style riling into, ihe..house of '"
.itrcmiah: W. Ray, and: hU"'delivery to theSlitriifof emelves liable to their application. any to be:1 si lieutenant, Ist'May :1824. 5-rrt, L eut. 'Pige, U. S., Army
ofth6sem rosestilTsort of
: W hether this has been the case with Jits- gentry
; Twiggs County, he being charg- : of 1
vice Mc'Cabe Charles Pindarund-C.L
** ticn: the public can decide He has not who trill not join you in' t qu? laudable promoted.SevkM Pindar.
committed -
rd with having an aggravatcJ *' attempted,.(as lie need not) to controvert defia'ncc' of the htws'rna.. disregard Jle'giificii: of Infantry.Ist'lieotcnant ".-- .v BAILED., J
murder the body of James Slonc*. of -,- PhilbVick 8th U. -
upon one Oppositions upon .which' the of of 'John, ,to S. Transport-Schr. phrrid

itt- following( the description f'Ray.| ust; of the displc.Sil1 .ternlS in:question, the peace sqctety.- ,br .captatp.1st, Mayj 1824, viceJQnesresigned. Baker, St. tarks, w1th a -
of this company
; hit .advantagcs polished _
a'inrxcd to the proclamation.. -JeremiahAV. was predicated. was not illiberal. to 4 o(11
.
S.
state that the attainment of "too j't.. troops, commanded by
reservations,m.ide in favor gentleman are "
forty
Uay is represented to be about. 2d 1 f Hawkins _
tutenantEdgar/S. Capt.Lear. _
lithe Indians ; .
4 ( on Appalachicola: Ili. numerous to mention in a short' J [ _
iibove the ,
years of ajr, rallied ordinaryei .ver, werc-madjS .to.pay those Indians for communication litlt reflection to st'Lieuteriant_, January, CLEARED. r

at n re, b-ack.eyes!and hair,, large black lighting in.the late;war, when i it is an will bring ,' 'entire mature conviction 1824, vice Hubkirk, dismissed, 8thSch. ,Gen. Call, Blounti N- _
an
\v'.ii: kir.s quitevlalkativc, something of a incontestible fact that they fought during lieutenant. Charles _Thomas Orleans Cargo 11,000 bricks
that war,in concert with and side ol its usefulness to the ,minds by _
by the
bas remarkablefcaroA ,
vhiniry: tu.icjn speech, a '
4 to be lieutenant, 1st March,: ,the, master. I
of the American: tr then, is Vindexiii : of.atl.
throat ;>ops- _
iiift rounil shouldered, with
,
1 .4-
i the wrong ;jlf this, tugetlier- with the PHILO P1QUEM, Jr. 1824, vice. Bronaugh, resigned. -
$JI1C. of I his, ; u])per..teeth out. statement thatthc' 'lantis,embraced in those 2d lieutenant James 'Dawson, toe ,

,, 1't.k"r\:1 o'n fe, is, of tlie richest" and most valuable From the Baltimore Fed. Republican. b 1st. )liemenantlst,; >,May, 18-24,. PENSACOLA; .__ _

i kind, when the truth is| that in ge.iieral Tallahasse.This point, where vice Ifbilbrick, promoted., \m@\ (rt fumsJUST' I

.
X,7.c:too.-J"his. \ :sa subject to 'which itas of an opposite character, does' '
hot.dispiay ignorance ; then is. Vindex the ,capital; of the Floridas'is ofiiciully William ;-'Ma'crea, lieutenant .caonel,12dRegiment '
W(' (ltCfl it important to cali the attentioncf a- ; received per schooner Caravan,
gaiii'ln 'cl'tor.Vhrthcr these mistateuiciits proclaimed, is situated .about I Artillery, 1ih cffrom
parents in tms'pluce ; it i is indlspcnsa-: New-York,an addition to
tic to the/uturc prosperity of our cow are the ()frspz'1i- of prejudice orha"e' 13 miles N. E. of Fort St. A'prlI: ? Wlvto':: y&olpnef !by biv-: the former supply of books,among which

tlieiririginiu some other unkind or Marks, at the side of the old Spanish ,vet, tOTank T9tK April ?1.824', for are the'following : > ;tf
3Ttht those,who ire tube the Legislators unfriendiy feeling Juiticu is best able to '
0r 'town jf St. Louis. ten: years'faithful service in samegrade14 ,M. Rotr'n'sr U,6y the author ITaverfy
Divi.ics, Physicians and Lavyersofthe say. ; .. -
,
,Fort St. Mark which is well II JEd'.ngfield's; Medical ,Practice
risinggeneraticn, should not be saf- r The.terms cornpLiined of were used, : { 1 -' ,: 6 : _
Franklin's the '
to PoW-
I because they were deemed the most .appropriate known lately as one of our milita.- Thomas'Hamiltdn, captain5tfiRegimentottnfanir.y2 Journey' Seas, '
tvred to pcrmit the golden period of I HajJi Bab&'s Actventuref.'atdo' .
;' inasmuch I as none more, mild where Lit'uttDiint.Vin 1 1dcr I February
ry posts,- : ; st "
'
Naval[Hero
$ *, Prose
youth to without. attaining the by a Poet
escape could be tbiuidf Which would so clearlyexpress the, son of the late, lamented >. (?.lii tftifrei'major by, brevet, Songster's-Museum \Vitc ift; *
qualifications to render' them the it intended
necessary meaning was to
Gt'ncral.\Vindet. was in 1824 is t orank2lst February, 1 24f01":, Golemans.Anecdotes .; ;. ;
tueful members of society, and of the c jIlthAt.they were not selected for
situated at the junction of the ten years'faithful''service same Egan'sSpoting Anecdotes, .
of '
me, purpose giving offence, evident,. -
,rrurtU10nl they may sdoi n. As weliave : Gregory's Chesterfield 2 volt.Charlotte's .
no university in this neighborhood trim the fact,that the author Justicfaisunknownlo.Yindcx Wacknulla and St. Marks' rivers, grade ; ;::; '... \ Letters Wirter, *' .

who on his ownc a few milr.s from the sea ; a fuLl M. M..Payne,. Captain 4th' ..Re H mornort's n.1v collection Anecdotes
tfiiiflc it improper
not notice the adYariUurebm
to *
ctiuiit.iias nought to object aga2ntluii ; view of which and vessels entering grl1) nt ,of: :A riillery, ><{. March Le Sa 'sDe'ill oil Two Sticks, 1'' ?
and flourisliiiiir iiridcunuot therefore be "
situation of supposed to Ue-
t* 01TJtUIItYL"j sire lojuuikevurAganst his t:'cI. Apalachy! Buy, are open to'the 1814; io/be>, major by brevet:! La Veyrouse'sV3ageLtving Flays vet/.'
urvRsir-this institu. sillier .
U rankL|: 'd-"IStarch ': for New, Uob mspjn.Crusoe, ._,j/
18247 tenrvii .
iub' pt:person ; on the contrary, what hehaa ,
.
"
tion is now under the care of the Kev'd. Fort.Mr. ** *** Phillip's. Speeches"f.t1c ElementsvTales
situ,: was said in the exercise of a Windtr, who..isnowAn this J, ,ars'4f ttl'tur... in same, I. or Landlord 3d .
of l-T.r "> *' *"" My Senet,
.Pre6ilehllioiJey '
a gentleman as '
tilents great I r.&lit he will nut tmeIy-relinqusli ; that city, agrees with rue in the ,choiceof grade,4f,,. -... miHezekiah ,' 1 Scott's Lady of the Lake, .
and l
li.gh literary acquirements as ; oi conipaCing'aU tunes, opinions upon Tallahasse. as the seat of government Bradley, captain 3d i \Valke, 's Three Spaniards, 2 volt.Butler's ;
of
&LiyilI, America-one of the most incontrovcruble natteis a public nature. winch are at : Farmer's Manual .
variance wittilusovviu uT this territoryshoi'ty glmcnt"r Infantry, 19th April,
cvtdeicrs of his fitness for tilt Jtiaticiais mistaken Barbauld's Lessons with
colored
if he destined to be Southern 1814 major brevet to. plain, '
supposed Vindex .excised ; lie our most to Jc. by -'
It L.l01i uliich he the fact thai' lcppings Evening's Entertainments
t occupies is iloes not act, ,or speak,angrily, bcciliusew3.rmh' State. ,' :Tuliahasse, I should sup- rank', 19th '" April J84, fop tenyears' Ewing's Ge6irapnTr"Grcfforv's
: u-ksin Lt'bracJ.ocke's \
university operation thirty-three the truth is, he has m ,
(urfunatcly lPe, is in N. Iatc5l deg. 15 rain, faithful service in same & Bacon's, Essays -'
yeai- pruviuuH to his.appointment to the pcrliap) a n'riiicfple m'h'Ys'nature, ut enlirelyjot .
the country which surrounds it, graqr\ -1-? Hodjjdon's Letters Linnet Song Book,
the
Presidency in 1U18, during this period L ; tngia orderami for this rea-
Life of}
tt conferred bou; Nvhuteveraie docshqxloes ardently. beromcs high and rolling, resembling Alexander R. Thompson, cape ranklinVashington's Life, I -
only of E
twenty-one degrees Watson's Philip 2d/and3d,2 vo!,.
,
t'cierydescripttoa ; and that since* 1818 it -* : VLNDEX.Mn. itlits appearance, in that re- lain;J2d Regiment of.Infantry, 1st Hawes' Life of Newton Putnam's Lire

.. -I- spi-ct, the country in the environsof .\.1ay 1814_ to be, Major' i by brevet, Bonaparte's Life, '

under!-conferred 224; The 'institution, is EniToii: \mong"the many good Baliimorc"", covered with the to rank 1st May, 182 4, for ,ten Alley's Cooper's Lectures, -

thesuperintendence of seventeen things'said byMr.. Jtandbijih, upo.i every largest uak (not live oak) and hickory -; years' faithful service in' same Ferrer's Meulcal Histories,
.trustees rnd its occasion, there-is more and force
in
government consists of point \lun..yslLtena: fedic ,
the soil)
adapted to cotton, grade.
the
followingextract fioin;
The fiesidentt\vo his speech Phillips on Indig'eition, -
professors of law, fourprofessors
medicine upon the Tanti* U-.ll than is even usual and every growth peculiar ip John Anderson, Topographical Ga del cque'8 Midwifrty, -

five' professors in with him.it places our Country in L those latitudes, requiring a high Engineer, to ,be lieutenant colonel TOlkI'St..ZIW of Extcuturs -
the different
departments of chemistry, point ot tw.m comparison with England, rich At .
country. present thereare by bre\'et-f,' m 12cu April, 1823* )a"ckstone'S"Commentarles 4 volt. '
natural philosophy, chronoV i Uiatshould cnin ou tiie cheeic of ,. ;
geography, an A- Horne
not ten huts or houses-in HaVing scTTcHVasNa brevet major Bishop on the Psalm. '

>gy,history,botany JMU!the ancient and I jiifcficftii slop 1 laws,nut-when rclieV schemes he, reflects anti. on the. location, butthe* Governor and local and performed' the appropriate iarflliars; Friend's Family,&c. &c,. &c,
modern paper
system
languages, and two tutors in the WHICH,
*, ,cumulated to bolster bankruptcy Legislature will sit there next duties'of that 'grldc for ten years

pl pat'tory department; all of whom areTnqkg and cllcolU"aehshon Jty, unfortunately month, for whose reception buildings continuously.. '. together hand with, the stock extensive heretofore oft
the eminent composes avery and

most of their professions : too common in the United States in general
are nearly' completed the assortment of'books '
aud bus oH l the old j Isaac Roberdeau, Topographical ; and will bo
England
good
as gt> an opportunity is maxim, Fat Jus- neahhiness of Tailahasse ceu- sold at the New-York prices for cash

kiiurded Grille attniiinent of a complete tctatJvut Ciuin' is still adhered to.Jusiice .- Engineer, to lieutenant, colonel Country Merchants and public
between Pehsacola or private
is, not nTaJejo bend ira position
: 'uiucationas can be any where found ; a to teinpornyIUiiC.7 by brevet, from 29th April 1823, Libraries furnished oohe most liberal
and St. its fine outlet '
or ever Augustine
varyingcommerce andi1Jie'
diild may commence in the ; I having served as a brevet. major- terms, and such books as are ordered and
prepar4oryikpartme.t oarliaincnt stands like Mount Atlas to the Gulf Mexico, by the deep Me not on;hand, will be procured with
and the 09
,and not 'leave the performed appropriatedutics -
universitynuul \' hen stonns and ;
ttle
and
thunder river ita
tempests on rapid Ocklockoncy; delay as.poSSlble.Orders from. a
he his complete.his UiCHtion, and its brow of that grade for ten years distance will
be.as
upland trade, of cotton, and its promptly attended. to,'
;. fit to assume a standing in the profession And oceans" break their billows at its neighbouring productions of : continuously.Appointments. f ...4meet ,with the.,same liberality asS aT

he ket. sugar ersonal ppJi at1: :;.n. : v .
may have adopte With ret &c. &c. will in, a flaw years renderit [ in our neoxt.] -
> 1 'might go farther, said Mr. U. and 1 1 W. flaseli Hunt.
l ''ct to religion"no sectarian doctrines ,
Chief
are might say, that England possesses ai advantagequo a very important place. TlrereI The General in announce- July lOtl1,1824. I'

permitted to be introduced' >\vithin Cld lwc, in her institutions ; I: can be no better drinking water the foregoing Promolionsamd Af.poinlments .- __ ____ _>

tile u'nils if Transylvania, anch the mirri I ii'or/ure men are compelled to pa their than the immense springs, the 'and directs. the orti i 1ST letters remaining-.v tile* .
Hbst
,
. tcrs of every denomn.ation on are,invited, to j c eJls.; Jtut, here men are not ;
j not
only sources of some of these rivers, cers promoted, to report for dul> U Office at PensacolaySOth June 1824

preach in its chapel by turns on ,every i;1 cl.lIpdl| tr to pay their debts, but they and that which thft rivers themselves accordingly ; those appointed hart vhicb, if not taken out within three

. Vnnday Hior.ningn addition to which. arc protected in the refusal to pay' them, I non hs wil\'bp forwarded.to the :
General
I I in the scandalous evasion of their afford. I am informed that L received special orders from thi '
. the legal 'ost Office as dead letters.
students have the *
. advantage'of beirigjxruiittedto ;; 01Jli1"ations ; and after being convicted ofmjC'zzh:1 u a flood of emigrants to it is office. -

- atteiuj either of tlie places of : ) the pubhc money, and the mv'uf threatened the ensuing fall." I IshouH : By order, of.Maj. Gen. Brown,I. Janiel A.-AngnAndersdiJohn Anderson Anderson*'* .
SunuelAyres Thomas
,
wrstip Lexington, and, an' opportunity 'k.j others, of which they were the ajpoaited >" think the Southern post Cll. J. NOURSE. tinot.-- I '' ..

- is thus fiordedthc.-m o'fhear.ng beye-' guanhans and tmsteeh. they have from New-Orleans will Act. Adj. Genl. I
thro'it '
l I the impudence to obtrude; tlicir: uHblu! 'i- pass n.--Henr.Y'r. Brackenridge 2, Obed
> "
f 1 1il'Po.ed. I
fC'cl'iiO ,
seribons everySabbathiftrey .",. Int.
iiijjfioiits into society, and elbJw honc and Congress' have thIs ession I :Sarn< William Brown, Henry Beikejnire*:

;. *lIR" o ,fufl. ,way.- appropriated $' ,090 for the great, John Bush, Jkmes' O. ,Baxter_. Sarah; P,..

Lexington, Kentucky,' the place where Florida road,, which will be soon Col. Fenwick 'with several ofJl eeler, llobert Barron, Patrick'N.. "BriD-7'

the aboveiinvnuoned loc&ti i Me., EDITOR-In this of finished U. S. undev so.., Robert ,y.. atetruL,James L.Wggs,,
; institution, is, age improve I and S72,000 for the Florida cers of the, Army, imoh Beckam, AYilliam .Brian '
ed, combines all the adzi.tges i.fbeaithy inent and inventions it may ,seem pre left this for Norfolk, Tuesday Francis
i
Sec. him pi
: 3.inptuou'> in uhu.nbie; individual ininivie .: light-houses, :Iffctahce,Capt.F. W; Brady, Cob G. )LlJrook
country, good and -E. Flo Herald. .' ," *
*t society. )t -cheap bii t.r'ten on the public notice. Still last.- : -

* Jiving. { ho.d e..cii member of the coinmuiniv MILITARY PROMOTIONS. iJXT C.-t'homat.: E.,Chesher, 3Iario' Caroy

\\'c have betn thus minute and : bounL to promote, as far as Tlie can, the$ Adjutant General'* .Ojfflce, Jcsiua in,answer to F." will meet JohnCapbeUSeisCamp,, Commandjiiy -'
; particular jmbl.c we l. I have 'recommended with! due attention, when his communication Offlcerampaftay, 2.
several
in tin.above 1J U llllgto May 28th 1824. :
I tnjit parents win nafeel \ i. improvements in the ptibhc morals, is received ; we would however, 'p,-Erany .. ):, P.. Dantin,'ThoaVDouglass
ORDERS.The .
: disposed to give' a liberal: education as having reference to gentlemanly) man remark that we 'alwavs prefer havingsofar David'Damel.E : -

::4 th thctraox! may ,be infor.Tied of the existence -i I ners., Alutl novr beg h,:1Ito' suggest a folldwlng) promotions and L the confidence of our corespondents, ; John Edwards, Colen ,Edwards. .
Jew ideiw-that relate U Appointments in ufe Army have to be made acquainted with themselvesinpropria ;
and character. i institution well I more particularly as" :F.-CHever'Felch; ,B
njamin
And the first that and them tSat .Foster, .,
alciiiated, manners. occurs, and L been made by'theyPresident of the pertona assure *
for'tliatt purpose- and we liave, whxli sheds the greatei t.gwce on bchavi United States withthe advice and I we .never 'unnecessarily reveal their, G..-'.Madame ',Grandpreci Peter, GDkresi .

sdectci Tr.msylVania 'as the Mibject oi I our,is the ;habitot genteel swearing li names,.when'ctonfided- us.. ;; or John C rro, Samuel'Gates, Isaao
consent of the Senate since the .. .
v -
mir reuiarkn because we are better in-, Kin such an air confidence and sincerity ) Gage: -

fonned respecting it1 than a iy other establishment and rounds off sentences, which o- i publication ofthe, Register January HEALTH OFFICE. H-Josiah,Harrison 3,Joscptt .HaSke t

I of the kind. In some future thcrwise contain ho ideas, ,tHat he must: last ,', : Francis,H.utsori Lieut.; Geo. C. ;Hatter.Henan .q

1\U1'JCr' ',will uotice be a bear, u ho does hot believe a swearerto PROMOTIONS.. Montbly report of Deaths. ,pack,Thomas Hill.Iryilliam .. ," : '.

tiieiLcxinjton be> man of truth a* well ai of elo First Regiment Artillery June 12-Levy, Waters, 40 years old; ; JdiuierChirIeaJ', 'Jenkin-"

blejcgJcaaij.. -..k I .. quence. The more prophane he better, 1st lieutenant Edmund Charles County Mary nd,:_cbsutntl h. Jolin.Inoerarity,'Jnd. &.James. ritj.K
.. t Kirby, t
. ,1 inasmuch as his sincerity bas the greater Cbamplfun's mother,aged 80 years Ileftry Kopman.L .' "
-- t, .-. -- 1 and his is to be captain 1st May, 1824, vice cb. / ,
( r pledge* veracity. bound by the Surfi et of$ : : ;Lodge No 17.2 William M. Loftia

?z Tae h f t''ror'.Efe- lnr: ,Post says' "ire sanction, of An oath. S Dalliba, resgn! d. ,i 18-A ydunjf female slave.belonging to John F;',Law. T:-

: f"offcfred for sale 1 kiiow.of notlung more pleasing than 2d lieutenant Justin, Dimick to Mr. Balderas,,c nsm ption. ; M-John- MqQuih, John c'GieorEzra ,-., _

-I I" get.tfel; : eal'm.r.cxceptindeecl the habit be lieutenant, 1st May- 1824-, A young child of Dr., Brosnaham'sj; died I ,S.51eigs'2,.Colin'\IcLachKn, Alexf,
the lait fthe'nc .
day s on the course, whicu some polished gentlemen have, ot after a very long illness. i' andet Moor,'John \forgan.- osiab G. Me

k-: ftir or five very, fine blooded! marcs"most, iqu.i-un.; ; their, tob-Jcco ,spittle in, tiieiruuglil vice Kirby, promoted. 26 -Aryounfr: child, ,of Capt.Allei/s, GtdCl'jA1eXflder.SkiU. Thomaa c

tr tom Iiave" fold running', by their ).>virs' face, and around his parlour I 2d lieutenant' Daniel" Tyler, to I cholera intantum, >.; -,.T, )"(John'Morris, ,Lieut G. A. McCall.

"t',; We can find signification\ of' floor, ; or perhapsbloiing his snuft'about, be 1st lieutenant; 6th' May 1824,I ,Certified, .N.'S. P UIANTIERfentacota.uhe 'N_.Joseph Newton, Henry.OiNeaV

ftt" word "f t fqn any,dictionary in our whicn iios lain ustlongenougLiin the nasal vice. McNeil!,- reli ne(1. I .__ ____lt___30 L1_1824"_"_,_eo.' /', Secretary.. MUB", ,., P Peter,Pilham, Charles' ,Pindar;,4.,' '
jl'g'oiU0 bejcoaie well moistened. Hy Charles K Pin ar, obn Pro ow;
'Dsges'I%, which: ,will make sense or the the bye, Mr. ;Editor, tobacco in all itsforays Brevet 2d lieutenant Andrew- I U Daniel-Le Roy &'Co. 12, Edward

",bee 'e'ilcnce;::WsIk iodred. J gbes'h441 aliouUl be.an appcntlage a real Kinnard, to be 2L lieutenant, 1st r .: J V -1 B. ItiRxlolph. ,'Joseph.Huss, Thomas Ras%_

eommuiuty' as one flefinition, g nl1en liill. He should be able to take a July,' i 823. t De1R ch. .,...t: -* -

but v e can hardly tiiiiik.that.tb 1t11IU :t/for, a quid or a/ra/rrncf finch,\vitli,e- Brcvct2d lieutenant John Far- JBT'tF P1'SdC)1/c1.: '. S.-.John 'Steele,. Daniel Shadwick A
:1 -4 \'tty.nm. he meets. Times are dull nd W'dliam tee t.'
if the Spooner, Joseph
f uit ley of .2d ijle.ry.t to be 2dlieute'nant ess.
meant, that the, mires haa. -' -
_, flCflt93L if ue cannot, mend our fortunes. ,let us ARRIVED ; pben Skutt,Jeremiah Scalan v ,
(*'&', 1st J.ulyj'l 3.__ -r-- : j
'
ninning-Jij' theJr4es *Yt: mend our Juanbers., tl.-4lenrviJridutch. '' -

larl)' while on tht'racecovrtc. '* ":: --' ..WilLO._ IQUE1Lj. Sccon&Regiment. Artillery." 4th, U.: S Transport' Sth JPlon-: 1Y..t n John,\Y1Siar; } .-WilliS _
; : ; 1 '. lieutenant N: .Baden brevet da rBaker, 1s'rr n1 Tamp -
<: _'A \ : 1st. ,. G o. Walton,John Wekh,'_ 1"'iZ ,' :
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o\Ve It-a" : *r>I. EnIT01I'recommenl1. :bf captain, to.'fre. captaini, 1st,, April',, Bay, via, St._.lar % P gerfCol.G'e i: Robert Mitchell. ,. ,:. ,.i.
by the:Niuhvilje Whip, ihat I824vkeRQachOigfleth ."!yaHon. Cap.tforms ,in- '
citizens to ,MiJ./d '
f'4r JPott
dtirworthy procure speakiqg
of i :
) the :
i Judgeifthe,bighet 'court, in,,j j jtbe ,tn} pTh seem: 'to.'jtus-. desire, 2d:Hrftenant:W' ,Ei Willani8 us'-that,pn" the'Dlght.; ,or: th&-,,June 30th 1824-' .W'. ," ", ,4:'f

den trrrtp, of Arkn : cfl atcI8c, LtKxt?they may bd d iVctly heaixljdr.overWr to.jc Isljieujeharit, Isk., April, ?d he was'out in.one of:';ihes8cyeriileit FT, r. :. ,'''
; ) b.1 e recezitl1 fou.rnt\adUet :'cityi :l,have oftehieei?in: {r6nies lest' "' fed perencVdj; .' 'n""l"-V ',\ .:'. '
; ICJJ 1824,vice.Baden, p-rom' ,ed. : storms eve:?jp JW :. ,, -' "
i t& 1t bVtr ',ablood esel Nln fact "f" *-*"* : :
!f d1ntbm 1de .jtidge 8eIdn.tohi. thi Ilave v,khntild t l., and particirlrly ( lieutenant R. De.TraTele 6ut 'heard: -of !tq accidents. ...pR .it:,.Nddi4" Executed d4L t 4hr' -,* ., nl

I. iudp"m.- l I oh eiomyanwye'tfurida, yt. Bat w T havtf been >jothf AAfthryj,,to,.belicuichant ,2d the 3d,,Cape BI htz : iarigS.:{ ,z' ''. 1N .' t." 'Ii' .\:- '
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f: '] From the Mob'.fc Mbtaneic iAdvertiicrl; 'tli. : it.:. .PiL"rOlV\-- "--'ti IOU tio tbe din .or ltl1e7I6th : 'Indian*,:with, provisions. for oneVyear,:. :" .'lit"!O I :

: 'SCOTTISH:BONG. !' their.pliniitjaB CO" October t,bavj 'itJ; e''duty .of .commenciDgon the20Ui\September frot.j1ifittli.lj-f -.. I1I.l
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, :: : NEW '. It Jf.t"and The :.are ( .
'with *tI'iie1rne int&hcJ fl,44 ;Constables to ei.itnrneeyery1owithiiithelithits' .ensuing. supplies required Qn., S
: ; j O mar)p turn:awa, ate at the'entrancV of the Bnyofi 'Gotemf : of thjj.Cfty for the fresh beef salt and com or flour lithe' ration 4OPackagTh'y;: Uoo..coNtsT5op. "

!t ::.t ; That bonnie face b' thine, or,distant about 14 miles from.Peniicola..I purpose" "-"promoting cleanliness ,they". to consist of one and a quarter pound ;

: .' And dinna shaV that breast t.ii unneceasary-to gtre; a,, furtherdcs?., were so ordered to iroced. The Ifay Oft of beef one quart of corn,or ,an equiva- .1
plaidi and
1: i That never can be mine*' f .. criptJon of this.plantation, as it,.is..presam-;.lio. v r.(O. iVin ;th e.t., jl"H ,1) .Ientin.flourand salt'at the rate ,of fourquartstoeveryhu BOMESllC..beetings, stripes.5 .-
'1 .5 "" -- ied rations. The -
tourchaue. : n amount
: ftb
' I ed that'any one dlspoSea to, greatimnorti c'Nr'th e .e
u' warld's Clieckx
Can aught: gear |t tickings,, .
"j. ,
of '! will be frora.2,50tf 3000 rationsday
%1. .. trill visit the same. ndt'dispoicd ; at I community-' accompanied the, constable low
, i I :E'erco lmybosom'screP be:offered'it'auction in and, ,rarying. from the smallest to.:thelargest Superfine'and priced cloths,
I private sale it will in the performancetoP :duty, ascertained perr 'Cussimerel and sattiutts S-'
: anfortIka, look o'tlin the month ,of November,next. that the ,proper.measures .bad amount at:the,option. of the subscriber 5' e1iite4.blck: ; ,

: I : It only feeds despaic. P.PBILIBERT. -'. ,been, ,attended_to, except_in:two three, ,; upon a 'notice ;of:thirty ,days; te. and: cotton wxbh -i"

I'' i 1 FRAN fiB ROCHEDLA. places only, in regard,to,which, orders places delivery. SfcTMarks' ,Tampk Bay. t:1 ose, ... IeW""
: .1 I Then, Mary, tnrn awa PJJVOU Goycrnor,'9th June,'1824-1, .. .8t.. were.issued complianc with the..above arid'such'points as may her fter.le'-designated ;and worsted 41' S
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, :j That bonnie face of thine ; .001Jr' mentioned ordinance.:' This is therefore within the Indian boundaries a Cotton ; uspender'Eztrasuperprintedcaiabrics .
tniI'r.2xcE;: -to give notice to the inhabitants, ofPensacola .constant advance of:two months'sup iJins i
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I : 0 dintia,dinna, shaw that breast ,, fur dresses, new k -- -
will be & articles must 1,
; that the Constables wil Irene plies exacted, the .r
I That never can be mine! To amend m vn nancct, ,to rcite a revenue. will be 'articles I r S
I the visit every two weeks,and at the.same I be of good quality, or they not received. .
.4 i TV i'love's severest pangs in the city of P.eJtatol'pacdth. December ,f'me' to require every good citizen, .individuaUy .-Persons otteringto onttact.will Irish 9-8 and.6-4cambncks and Jacconetx .
Linens
I I My heart is laden sair_; l*&. *not to neglect to.impart 'to :the make the offer in writing, sealed assorted S
I breast the \ 'S, Tlo1l1. ,. authorities' and .directed me, the rate at Linen Cambricbkfa.nunsthread ,
And o'er my grass maun any and.every'information stating Silk
and Meracilles
TO E/it Ordained by the Bond, of. Alder- which may come ,to their knowledge which they will furnishthe' entire; rations vesting,,
;,row. I Brown liolhnds
ifimenrtof: the city aforesaid, that 'for'the with respect'to.the object of 'cleanliness or either of. the.component

r't__ _E1frce frae care. present year,_and. annually! .hereafter_ I general, as one of.the most important II. partsV the result the-offers will bo S ,English&'Tndia Cotton Bandana,&flag hk$.
\ ther'shall be levied ana collected on all of and made known on' me, -.' Plags.an&pocketbts,.
L -------- -r------ sources. our expected prosperity, application *
i-j, 'i'i i J .flJUU.'ilJV'.G. houses and lots, the property :of:persons'esi&iigAii I the most sure mode of preserving the i the Territorial.seat of government,. S near t Nankin' Crape drsses'figured, ,

. .:;;_. ) lie corporate fcmto; a tax of health.and existence of their families and i Tallahasse: or the individuals'whose offe.rs -. L Black Italian Crapes, ,*
ih 1.: -Two sailors (one Irish the' other thirty-seven and a half cents, on each one friends.' : are accepted viU be':notified of the' -' "S, Leghorn bats;
ii I and a.\'arietyoI other staple and
hundred dollars of the value thereof. fancy tn
P. ALBA the medium
to Mayor. same through of the Posl-Of- .
reciprocally '
'if ..r; English) agreed SEC. 2. Be it further ordained That on Mayor's Office, Pensacola > fice :-The most unquestionable securitywill tides.7 ./ :

,'l :, take care of each" other, in case dfeithi all houses and_lots-within this city, claim- April 3d, 1824. JBY be required for the .faithful performance : cases gentlemen's.and, toy's ..dnfc

.!! r beingf wounded in an action j I ed or owned by any person or persons hot ;, __r_IIL of the contract &prevent delay,it S .black btaver& castor' hats, of the

! : i then about to commence. It was* resident within the corporate limits,there THE MAYOR is 'expected that the proposals, will ,be 'latent fashion, .v .
;
'::: bt-fore the Englishman's shall be levied arid collected ajax of fifty A PRO( RA IATION. accompanied.by a statement pf the security 2 cases fine cutlery S S, &c. table kurr.
' \: not long I and forks
cents on each one hundred: dollars of the intended to be offered.
le shot off by a cannon-ball; compliance with the 3d section of the Pen-knives scissors
t ;; : ; was value thereof. 'IN .razors, neel4'
I Wm. P. :Duval '
his to Paddy to of the 16th of November &c.&c. S
+ calling
: and, on SEC.3, Be it further ordained, that '- v
# : : 1822 which is follows '*that from'and 2'
1 as Affairs bales
according Super'tof and Osnaburga
Doctor
him to the there shall be levied and collected the
.1 ,if carry the other yearand; annually hereafter, on after the 1st day January .next, every Governor of.the Tervitsry of Florida. 30 pieces cotton bagging .
' f ;:!I] : to their agreement, all present shuffle boards, nine-pin alleys or privy within the city shall be of the Pensacola' June 1st 18 -, -7t. &*

,1 ;t Very readily complied ; but he had games generally known by those names, depth of.not less than three feet, and {a:/* The Charleston Southern Patriot 50 barrels'whiskey, S ,

. : i scarcely gut I.ia'oundt'd companion one half the tax on billiard tables, the proprietor of every lot, on which and the Orleans Gazette,are requested to 7 ; do loaf sQgar; ,
: I his back, when a second 815.1 there shall be a privy of a smaller depth, publish the above until the 20th .of July.: *5 'cr.caskgL.p'i'enerjflewjI
., ", on On all Lawyers, Physicianand persons forfeit ---- :. .---..-;.
;I ".:, 'ball struck ofl' the poor fellow's holding civil appointments, under the general shall and.pay a sum not exceed- AN ORDINANCE pipe cognac brandy,
,
and the hereby author- 1 do
ing g5 ; Mayoi is Peach,brandy, *
territorial ;
the except
;:j. ',:t head, Paddy, who, through Notaries or Public and governments Justices of the Peace, ised from and after the day aforesaid, To prevent people from bathing in 1 do gin,
,'" ,f' foist and disturbance common inIff to cause such privy to be cleaned out, 4 casks
not being,lawyers, ten dollars. :the day time infront.offhe city. Aqr. dry Malaga wine .
.: a se'a engagenll"'nt, had not perceived On all holders of real estate of the yaJue and deepened, at the expense of such it ordained by the Board of Alder- :15 barrels prime pork,. :. "

. : : his friend's last misfortune, of five hundred dollars or upwards, proprietor,and award a warrantor exe- BE of the city of Pensacola, ,thai Young Hyson, and Upon skin teaL

:. ;;: t continued to make the best of his not paying ft store or other license, one cution against him for the costs thereof from and.after the seventh cia, of June Gun powder do.in canisters; **

An officer dollar. S after notice, in a summary manner. No current, no person shall bathe in front of Coffee,sugar, flour, soap;su ret oil, ,co'.
::. ''raytothe Surgeon. On all free males of the age of twentyone privy, from and after he 1st day of the city; during the day 'time, between peru allum salt ,petre ,starch 'pppe

: observing him with a headless and upwards..not subject to any January next, shall be permitted. to the Point Verducant and the Bayou de la pimento,}indigo &c.&c; :; :

, I trunk upon his shoulders' asked:, other years tax, two dollars. overflow, or to be otherwise in an uncleanly Aguada, and any one violating this ordi 50 'kegs paint, jphite, green &. blae. >

f, ,..1 i where he was going ? k To' the : On/aU, persons wearing or carrying'ordcJnes or offensive condition ; and the nance, if a white person, or free, shall 2 .wks'Spanish brown,

' Doctor,' says Paddy.: The Doc- dirks,pistols, or arms of any tenant, there be one, or otherwise the pay a fine of two dollars, or in default 2 tons Swedes iron, S
: officer description whatever,' ten dollars. proprietor of such privy, shall forfeit thereof shall work at the public works of 5 cwt: steelassorted. SS
':! tur. says tne ; why you SEC.4. lteit further ordained, That all and pay, for every such offence, a sum tJl city eight days or if a slave, shall receive On Consigncaeat

c 1 blockhead, the man has lost his. taxes,with the exception licenses,shall not exceeding g5; and if such tenantor tea lashes, unless the owner should 50 barrels com meal, ..

", "':: \, 11 &d.' On hearing this, he flung be considered, due and payable the first proprietor do not cleanse the same pay a fine of one dollar. 300 do. corn in, the'ear. *
. from his shoulders, and : in if not within a reasonable time, to be judgedof -HI:
'i: the body day of August every .year and F. Nisbet, June,5tb-13-4 S
' befo.e the last day of August, by the Major, after notice given to --i.S -- t. r...
.
attentively by i on or -
paul -
: f looking at it very Fre, dent Board ofjjfdermen.June .
r.; ,:i shall be additional charge ofen that effect by an officer of police, the NOTICE.. '
there an
'
l told it -
he he me 4th
ii ,my Shout, says Mayor may cause the same to be done 1824-Approved* .
. .; percent. P. ALBA,.Mayor. : persons indebted to t tile estate c
his leu '
; .j was oily ; SEC 5. Be it further ordained, That on at the expense as aforesaid, to be levied S AIL 'Barb r deceased

-.e.; ;:; 4 : all taxes paid before the last day of march as aforesaid." It is recommended to I < Nitre flail Gun wder.P'I1E'Subscribers ed_to niiike immediate payment are! request Those
:: .:i The late iMi. ii. of Philadelphia : In each Tear, there shall be allowed a discount > every proprietor and to every tenant of haying- demanthaainstsaidcstateaherebycall !
; liuel : of cent and on all taxes any house within the limits of tins corporation agents for the 'proI. any
to fight a ten per ; to
!
.
? ::, was challenged iupon presentthewitho4delayand'ahl :.sainp,
.
paid before the last day of June,' there to avail themselves of this most prietors will be constantly supplied creditors
.! '.1 upon a certain occasion by a cho- be allowed discount of five proper season to attend strictly to the with this powder which has been highly legatee*
s .all a per. and entitled
' ,I lent gentl. man, to whom fie had pi ovisions here above mentioned, for fear approved by all who have ,used it, aid is her persons distribution, are
cent. notified that
.ifletice.Vithout.bt'ing disconcerted that, by neglecting the same we should confidently recommended to purchasers I by the 7cth 'sectwa
'::1! gi u n SEC. 6. Beit further ordained Tnat it ; of an'act of thejl gislatiye ociloft1 '
.t ,, in the least at the circumstance shall be the duty of the collector to dis attract orencrcase, and deserve events, it'is warranted equal, if not superior, of the Teritojy of"Florida approved,28tlu*,
similar to those which befell us during made in' the United and far
with the addition of ten any States .
informed the tr4ilforahl taxes,
;Ia' he gentleman -June J823, entitled "An Act, respecting
: the summer of 1822. above London Tower Proof. For sale
that he ,would give him per cent immediately after the first day S- -the. .probate of.Wills and the granting
The constables shall the said
; 11 carry ty _
' and in
each
neglect
September in year, Letters and
testamentary, letters of a4-
I\ ti honourable satisfaction. His antagonist thereof he shall, with sureties,be held provisions int.) effect ; they shall report A. STOE&F. NISBET. mil islr onand the duties of >x xecutor:

J '' having arrived at his accountable in all cases,'after the last day any and every infraction thereof to the 100 Kegs Just Received. administrators'and'guardians.." their :' .

. .p t' if' hi use, accorling to appointment, of said month. It5baU! also be the duty Mayor, for the remedy and the fine to be. June 5th-13-tf. claims[win be barfed at the expiratioo-aJ"

. '4'11: 1 found him engaged in writing ajs of the collector month,within to settle the thr with lint and oatof pay- enforced.Given in the Mayor's- Office atPensacola .T.To 'ANi'RDJN'ANCE> two years'' 'tmlca'exhibited withhi, 1k*

will : and upon being questioned every this 28th Feb. 1824.P. same.
monies collected. renevian ordinance establish
the treasurer any 6 ,A.p;.PH1LmERT.
: Ute challenger, at what place it further ordained,That ALBA, Mayor. S ;
by
.: I Stc. 7. And be inK a tica-Dinger cart.. SiSTOtlBN ie Heir and egat.Reiffettntafoe*
J o. a-id with what weapons tney were so much o the ordinance to which this is it ordained the board Alder- P 26 Juiil l o-' r T
4 inconsistent with the By William P. Duval Governor of BE by of ,1aza .. .; -. ,. ;- .
.t to fight, he very eoolly'I'eplLed, an amendment as is of the City of Pensacola,'that an _- I q w
i Sir, if you will please to optn present,shall_be and is hereby repealed. the Territory of Florida. ordinance passed and approved on the ti'ii }olaI'a'r'I S
.
that F. H. Nisbet, JROCLAMAT10N.WHEREAS 27th of May 1823, to establish scaven
I 11. Ii that door, poinUng-to one o.pened S frOm off the' Cow Defonging?
I i out ot the chamber into a President of the Board of Aldermen in pursuance,of an act ger's cart be and the same is renewed, so ibertwocow ,beJlsicne

: j. i. will both Approved June 4th 1824, Council of the far as that the scavenger cart thus to be a large :bell was taken about 'tLc time of
see
. I kind of Closet, yi-u S of the Territory Florida, the 24th re-established shall visit each house within .
; P. ALBA, Mayor Lity. approved the.las:CArevart, the ,oilier small;
onev
i "if"::.,I j thf place of combat and the wea- Attest, day of June, 1823, Commissioners were this city, three times a week Only, instead was'sU within the last twcwee's. .

'J 1 I.;:: : pons of death, are as nearly N. S. P AU IANTIER. ,- appointed to select the most eligible and of daily, as required by the ordinance The bells would be known and" can bo

:: .J matched as possible, I assure your Secretary of the Corporation.BY convenient situation for the seat of government aforesaid. identified. -The .above;'reward. will be?
. of the Territory of Florida, and And be it further ordainet.,.that this '
the
,1 '''' \. 1". The gentleman, nened the given on discovery':the -tbeif, who>
-- 'Jk1 o the said Commissioners ordinance hall take effect from
$ I1 reported to present stole t oth itherofthem .
' : ; and to his THE MAYOR OK, ..with'sucbr..
accordingly, saw
thor last
me that they have.selected a scite in the the 10th of this pontKuntil the day proof as will leui.t9 a conviction,

..: t!: i.!" great surpr be, in, the closet I a JL PRJC' J1.JJfJJ.TI0N. County of GarJsd situated. "about a mile October next and that the'May'ol shall 't," "' W.HASELLHUNT.Jitne .
'., -ound table middling size, with southwest from the old deserted fields of contract by the month .with the lowest '23d 1824 -

h i' two large gimblets lying upon 4 I3IIE provisions of the 5th section of Tallahasse, about a half mile south of the bidder,and that the amount sh be paid I '. ; '
very '
; the ordinance of the 29th of December Oke-lock-o-ny and Tallahasse" trail, at a out orany monies in the treasury not o. I ,JJB&aL .
; it. 1822. ; of all subjectto point where the old Spanish road is intersected -, therwise appropriated. :
b. What is the meaning of all requre persons 'House and Lot
in
small trail Pen-
ti 4 the license tax "to obtain from the by a running southward F. H, NisbeN THE
this, bir !" usked the astoTh shed clerk of the corporation of this city a license I)." In the exercise of the discretion in .5. President .Board oj rilt1 mm. ;i : ii : col lately 'oc.upied"byS

&i "Challenger.uThe meaning of which shall be given on the view me vested by the said act, and for the information June 4th 1824, Approved, :: n -Doctor E.,P. Steele, on the eas$

what y. u see sir," replied Mr. B.ivith of the receipt of the treasurer." The mo of the good'people of this Territory l'. ALBA, Mayor S and .side, Palafox Street' The housecthenare
I have thought to issue this large and/'wel finished
proper v l !
tive which dictated this provision was to
is this
much deliberation, establish acontrol_ over the collection of my Proclamation, requiring the members Y be. Ub8er ber.Hal ; ouie $om,of the,bous-.is':wefl fitted vi

.- _,- 1.,:_ .W-asyou have chaltenged me to said tax, for the benefit of the contributors of the Legislative Council of the Territory shelves:&c. for a store; the situation-fij-
1 figiit you, 1 ,have a siht by the Therefore the Florida; to assemble at the scite above reeeivedt per the but arrivaft from business excellent and the title.indiiputa
at large. payment and '
New Orleans
II.1 i laws o) chivalry, to the choice or&y made into the city treasury and the treasurer described, on the day appointed by law Philadelphia ,the following tablet | *
t'r for session fresh supply of GOODS.Groceries For rent, two houses convent
the next thereof.Given
,
I have never practised receipt for the license; tax do not very
: weapons
,:rtt11 \ hand and forge nteel private families 'for particularsenqureof
exonerate the having paid the under my the !
& therefore persons
with list-Is as '
1 you ,
t .!. : tax-they have not complied iUl the ordinance seal of,the said Territory at SS .
: ': : '., I should& not be-, upon an c- until the have deposited the Pensacola, the 4th day of I JOHN LEE WiLTAMS" '

; > I; I qU iti'uy with you at thai weapon. treasurer's receipt into the Secretary's of. March,' in the year of our tin Barrels superfine Cincinnati flour, Pensacola26 June.1824_ -16-.4t S

d l .cither have I been taugnt fen- fic,' and taken regular license from the Lord, one thousand eight ; (/var 4 chests hyson akint, a, & 6 chests I .

: : "I' ciu and therefore he sword u ecret\!" paying for the same as provided hundred and twenty-four, I gun powder do,imported 5th April Commissioner s Office, j' *
.Ji rt.; : ; and :'the 1824. 'Pe ) :: .
.esuun. Bui sir i caii by:*aid ordinance. 0 Independence of \ I *T'' co la.Juy,14 1824.05
the ,
I r .i" 'u' oUt of q The constables will shortly be instruct the United States of America 5 barrels loaf Sugar CrpHE: udeJgnedcumxriissinri here>

:; tf : r; : ; bore with II gimblet, and I can endure ed I" repair at the domicile of every person S the forty eighth.WILLIAM 100 boxes porter, ale and cider / 41 [bv notifrahl'perSonz within the D"

:J,1! :: : pain as well as you; I am determined subject to the license tax, and de. S P. DUVAL. 12 barrels copperas. ( trict*jot'West Florida, ,that:bTjan: act ,o .

J '. ,: f i their fme, to stanu foot mand the exhibition of a regular license j .By the Governor, Congress, entltlc.d "an act :granting :3onations1
',n who will .have GEO. W)LToy, to ,certain actual settlers''In .thoTerritorv
foot with upon that table, those persons not wholly Jl.ar41Jare- .
you .
1 if, I i to
t:
.<: : ; J, .1 to bore your Srt ast, you may !forfeit.and naY the, sum twehtV.. dollars March 13-, tt.MARSHAL'S. __ 1 ton 'American. S of May,5,1824, theare. authorized andt
----- -' castings,
.1 { :: mine if}'JU please, arid bore, each to and "for :the use of the corporation," 1d0.EiighishdG. S required to receive &. eamincallclaims,

i 4" .:'1... ; I iino the'other's lungs, till 'one''or conformably to the 6thsection,of the ordinance ,I SALE. ,1 do sweJes fron; and ;the evidence in 'support' thEreOF

. .t,;: both shall drop upon the 'Iot.- aitaesai' SUlltriorC.ourt of West Jflori'da.Fernando 5 bundles'sheet do. S founded on habitation and .cultivation oftractavof

', i It I The determined air with which Ma)'9r'S Office, 1.' Moreno J'm Y virtue of a writ 2 do steel," S land,:town or.city lotsroroublotsyr

" J ; 1 ]delivered this bloody t11'ech, PensacolaJune I, 1824..s c *". >:f-is of fieri facias in 20 kegs nails assorted,3d,4d,6d 8<3, by any,pefsoa being the '.head of a fa nuvly ,
: P. ALBA; Mayor;. ,and twenty bne of age, who, o fthe.22d
his adversary Franciic Vidal, j't is. case. to me directed 12d 2Od. -years
'. ;'. J entirely disconcerted ___ j --I S day February ,U19 actual?
( retrt'atll l I shall proceed to' sell :at Public 100 doz. knives and forks "
;: \' 'I' : who made precipitate -' Commi.ssioiler'dOffice,1.' Auction for cafch, at the Court House 20 do. Pen and pocket knives inhabited,and: '.cultivated, .any .tracts' of
.1 ; tJ.I I j from such a daring ( and singular Pensacola April 1st.1824. 5LL .5jft. door in this city,'on Tuesday .the 2d day 20 do. Padlocks, land or lot*,'&c.s aad to grant' certificate

.t. foe. persons having claims and titles of November next between the hours of 6 do.coffee mills, e cbnfirmatipw to the:extent of 640 acres i *

S I;. L- if B's mode of duelling i to land. within. West Florida, are ten A. M. and two P. M. the following ,.10,do. brass candlesticks S and also to'rtcelve aH clajrai,with the e-'. .

'tff F:;' : ,Perhaps the HEREBY NOTIFIED 1 propert,'viz :-one half of lot No. 240, 10 do,'pocket books,. ""viderice. sQpport ::tKe.vsamc,. found.ea: ,;. .
established only -
S r ,1r were to be as ; in:this city,being situated upon the street 1 do;patent sauce'pans on' habitUoi: and' cultivation,' between

.Jj, '.f. : !S method of deciding deadly I I"t that the session of'the Board of Commis- leading to'the spring, and adjoining the 6 do, aroJjn&hoes the; 22d 'February :1819t\and; the: 17 ", r :

r .uda"w should find duels*u.uch: i i.r' !si"nerslaS!: been.extended until the fire I{ lot owned by Mr. John Jerrison. *nd 800, 1.box,pWlec S July;182U vhen ThndaWUfl5TfldCPC4theIJitedStt&sfl4.tpOrt S

: 'i:. z rrr. than they.arc at present amonKSl -.r! day' January'next,and that so;!much of! arpensofUnd situated upon Pasa del India 5 doz,_carpenter's hammei%, S : 'M i ab-% i'*.

' ; : Ie of tire and the law 'as heretofore: provided ;for ,the ,the property of the said Vidal-all. of 20 do.. gimblets, I i stract of all., h ,C .'i .The'onw*.
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;j4 -': : our gentlemen filing,of claims, prior to the !Tst day of which will be sold to satisfy; this execu I 6 do.draw knives :oftherC9m e "' ):l'

i ) :.'j f ': I ionour.L i 1,1 December, 1823, has been repealed, and tion. 3'.boxes No.10 cotton a .the: receptioa 'othe,. bye an" !'f'C1
: !,q I ; -- S I the time extended to.the first dayct'September BENJ. WYMAN, D. M. for I Jl20 bap'lhot SS u" 11tO 41I0: rU( pte_i. ':i
1 i : Tbe famous t-oid BolivbrookeI S't ;1824. All claims not filed before W; SEBREE, Marshal W. F 20 kegi powder.. bern. 1\J L..r U1Cwua iJ..lora" .t. .e- t"ai:. *'

H:tJi:! i Aix-la-ChapeUe 'duririg'tfietretty that time,shall be held and deemed voidand4floneeU'eCt .July 2d 1824.- -Im4m. -* -S :. J riiil t "t.dq e aa: : ;-,
)1i : bring at I ?< S The ofce1willbe; open .f .IItU i '
5.. JO. ,' Ab.4 lf'1cirn1 .
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::J{ ::;; I of peace at that place,: .on!Monday next l' claimants* are:'re- 5 AUCTION.. S '< ryGoj ? .UIO Kz .S S :

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