Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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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 17, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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L Y iwTHASELlHUNT,'I 1 '_trcatic2;%Hh certain. ) : l ':aror>sair cgffiKtii of a,half hour.to\i tttAli-which! in, ; W1L h"I ear. ktowih. -'until by 'thi.

: x0rroR AVD PROPRIETOR._ forotlirnzrposes.ltt it enacted'by [ stock, .shall, and the dime are. times, .was' finished :five.minutes.' neglect their teeth. -btcome early
i&b'ifcr o/'Ae !AOJ ttte United States. I 0"J. directed to be applied ,to, Dear me, what change's. You remember decayed and destroyed, and thetoBcof
; Five dollars a In ad- .flr .an'd discharge of the how v' .
-: Subscription. year United States or elf ] payment Mammy, boys their stomach weakened.
Advertisements Miserieau Hat of the Commissioners before tfie revolution ? We '
sjcice. : got on; WheiJ a childjbries Something
*)yjlr for insertion every tvrclvc each lines: or under inser-for gress thousand assembled. the Treaty ,with Spain,of the' awoke .at 'dayreakand: ,. to be give it-the best 'of things...a critiC, ,
subsequent ten
.dle f.l'st; Cents. ; ->econd day of February, in sure,. we would wrestle ta little in of'dry dread. -
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\\11'\ defray ex'nse f'n.' .Provided al o. That, .other ; but at.eary! ,dawn oi4.'r '\ Fri C.leman'i4necdoe,. -
reati of trade
"! s all cases where the person or would'sally,,down on shore picking FoisT.. .Il7T.dCJlJN.N.. oRL&ix&
1 with the!. Indian L! "!' in whose name, or for up shells, or a long :walk to : --, .' .

'Mississippi ; and i I }benefit' and interest, the a- the Meadows,,near:where the City- A .landing was" -jnade, and the
sum shall 'v- paid -'5ald awards shall be made, Hall now stands. 'We would be army',marched forward, to the"at-

neyin the Treasury, be in debt and in arrears to back in time for breakfast, and tacK"io4he dead o(night.Such a

appropriated. h United States. the Secretary take our seats round 'the wiiite battle. tb. ensued... asthc. annals ,of
r .., St<"' 2.'And bf it if the Treasury; shall retain the oaken table, 'and. ,with:our.tin cups modem warfare-can-hardly aiatrh. :
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AUTHORITY. ing said Treaties, afoicsukl awards, in the large- lices bread and buitt n act improve the navigation of the UhVed Slates, 4 collect, .
the, twenty thirty incn
ohio and Mississippi llivcrs. instnnce, and a warrant finished a hearty meal. Then our ; round
Bcitezartedby the Senate and shall be, ani: Ate :- certificate, as the case may "be, hands,and faces were washed and him, advanced into themjydle: ,or

, J'ousc'of Representative of the, ized to appoint ) ) only isi uc.. for the. balance.Sec. rubbed dry.with a coarse towel in the enemy' when it >as' fought

: United States of America in Con-. for commissioners!;, 3. And bc-it further enacted, despite of our yelling, and off to hand to band bayonet ,toVhayonet,
, I assembled That the ?President compensation, so a* a sum, equal towhut will be school we went. At '12 we- had a and sword to sword, wltfix-the'iu-

grcs of the United States be, arid what ;ha- been. !i to pay (the iJterest.vbich : piece of bread and molasses, ; a mult and .ferocity or.one.of'\.. *

t he is hereby, authorized to causo fit.r like service*. may accrue on the said plain dinner at land at 2, in school mer's combats., .,. "
the navigation of the Ohio rivtrto Sec. 3.: And be it to the cud of the present again. We played until dark, got To give some.idea,of.this: ex*

: he impruvcd owcrtbc following That ih'o P'ei'iIt *;ar, be, and,the same is hereby, ouE.tnUk.ancl'water .aeain: ajuniversal -:: traordinary! combat? shaft .(sayi -
hereby is, ; substitute for d"narratorJU: taltt E' adtebtUl'esof
sand bars, or either or them, at for that purpose, to tea-we played
his discretion, to wit : the sand barS two sub-agent* ty ) !: e paid out of any moneys in therrtasury until 8, and off to bed in the a friend of mine, who' chancedto

which crosses said riverone; mik nine: thlr.n)11': ; I not otherwise appropri dark. We could stand all weathers accompany one of,the first parties -

*- land a quarter below Flint Island ; waters: of the cd. for we /were hardy, active sent out. Dashing through '

*' the sand bar two miles abovv whose annual.salary Washington:..Approved, May 24, '1824. and temperate-we could skate, the, bivouac under a heavy dis
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hundred dollar : "' I" "r bA "" charge from the ,vessel his
French Island the bar just below swim, and snow-ball. I thouht: party
Henderson ; he bar below Straight out of any mDlW\.fp'in ( : ;\i.j t .L Lt N 1. of old times, whi'n :Mrs. (':'our'l"s reached the lake, which) they ford. -

: Island the bar below! Willow Is- not otherwise boys came from their chambers at ed,., and advanced as far as ,the
in the .'bend andS 'Sec. \. And be it From the.,': r..' .tifJlIal.lt/vocate. 8, dressed like dandies-wilh ruf- house where General Keane had
Jand Mississippi
: lower Smith.-; That it shall.? tlc The Breakfast Table. fled shirts &; white handkerchiefs, fixed his head-quarters. The mooD
the bar opposite to
dian agents lu ( l' i ; uncle whom I have had by this'tjnu'- made her
land, below Cumbciland. Island'; My great and seated themselves! at the way
: and for the of ascertaining lime to time, -=ad}' remarked, is an acute ob. breakfast table with an air of lord- through the, clouds, and, though -4,

,and directing purpose;hebest, method! and 'suitable pluct'S rvtr of men aud manners, and ly and effeminate authority. I only in her first' quarter, gave light

5 .f carrying the provisions of this' on U'4'ith- the j ) rd of the most retentive particularly remarked the treat- enough to permit their seeing,

; tict into efiVct, he may en\ploy any: tribes, and to r"q '}. in the world, has a great ment of infants, and with painful though not distinctly. Having
tl, to trade at the pl: : to the practice of sensations. Mrs. now gone far enough to the right
.. of the engineers in the public ser- moving Courtly's youngest ,
; natedand at no "It i is marvellous chcektd intelligent he party pushed on towards the
Vic- which he may deem proper ;I May day. a baby, a sweet rosy '
provided. nevertheless, That twtKperiments ces. I}' stupid custom, Hans," said, he little creature of eighteen front, and entered a sloping field
shall first be'- mad. Ser. 5. And be it, me, and I can only account months, was placed in her high of stubble ,; at the, upper end of
: two of the said bars and ii;: That the Supei inu it from the great cleanliness of chair at the table-she cried for which they could distinguish a

in pon his judgment they shall be'successful Affairs at St. Louis Amsterdam ancesiois, who eery thing, and had every thingshe dark line of men ; but whether

then, and not otherwise., cessors in office, in one da) in order to havr cried for -coffee, hot rolls they were friends or foes it was

he jis hereby, authorized to cause the powers. aid b, general turn out of scrubbers eggs, fish-and after the infantwas impossible to determine. Unwill.
: the duiies; of \ ing io fire lest
wliitcwashtTs and he should kill
improvements to be made upon so set over crammed almost to suffocation any

- : *he'peiuinghar. tories when x'rci. ."-As !J hey were pulling down a dispute-arose__ between' ,thehusband of.our. own, people, my friend led
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Sec. 2: JfnK'be further enacted' ,, SuperiWtendeuts ,.old.Dutch tJii.Tf1iouse. wUh yel- and wiiei wfietirer-TlJ "ba ';*W oIt for the of improving aId shall exercise a brick and conical front, next by should have 'a radish : the wife got around him, till)) they reached

- : 'Tha the, navigation purpose of the Mississippi vision of) the oor to my uncle's, and these me- carried ,the day ; the child ate the.' some thick piles of reeds, about

river,from the mouth of the at counts Incjian tos of former days and Dutch radish, when alas"in a few minutes ,twenty yards from the objects of

' Missouri to New-Orleans, and of- his.tI;sunerintendency.! )' recede as the age of im it turned up its little eyes and 'fell their notice. Here they were ,saluted -
Ohio river from Pittsburg totsjunctLoU :S'ec. 6. ArM be it \' advances, he determin- down in a fit. In a moment'an indescribable by a ,sharp volley} and being
with the Mississippi That the suuj of ten to escape from'the ,whirlwind of 'scene confusion ensued : now confident that they were enemies .

the President of the United Siattsj ',!:irs be:, and the sa and the fragments of brick ; the mother shrieked In a-: he commanded his men to
appropriated, to be mortar' invita- the aboutdis fire. uta., brother officer
is hereby authorized to tak' '' by accepting an gony, servants ran who
and effectual measures for 'money: the i'r from a friend 'to spend a few tracted, the neighbors ran in, hot accompanied him, was not so convinced ,

the prompt removal of all trees which wise appropriated, ; onc. who, 'from a neat two baths were ordered ,; the dear baby ,assuring, 'him: that they

be fixed in the -bed. of said' river President of the house in the first ward, had stiff, insensible, and almost dy' were soldiers of tiie; 95th ; 'uPPI1which

may and, for this purpose, he is iui-nis'li a competent translated<< to a splendid .man ing,fwas chafed, rubbed and put they agreed :to divide :the
; and brt to the<< i'.i the upper and court'end of into the bath ;two Doctor's chairs forces ; that he who doubled
authorized to provide,
: procure
In'that which inWs discretion _ised l to lie appointed city, and who, in addition to were soon at the door; emetics, should remain with one part wbete
be vay most eligible, the requisite if, 'it; his opinion, 'ing blessed with in amiable oil, tincture, embrocations and o- he was while: my'friend. ,- with :the
may lie wife and chil and rest,.aho.uld. around,
necessary.Waslfmijton' even ther remedies were applied, go upon ;jtjie
water craft, machinery, implements
: Al'pr \" infant snatched of flank of this,.line and discover
; ,'and force: to raise all SUCH possessed ample means to the' was out the certainly
- trees, commonly called planters them happy. An absence jaws of death by these timely ap to which army it belonged.

: snags," a* may bt An act to unthorizc tie three days, and my great uncle plications.After Taking with him; about 'four*
sawyers- 'to a.h amount not in his el friend had teen men, he
: 'of the taid rivers once more my poor somewhat accordingly ;moved
- found. in the .current. lions 'talhrs, '
.5 ,'at' the lowest, stage of, "water, wards oft'ie f t.. \ chair, with velvet cap on his recovered from fyer fright, ofl'to the right, when, falling in

and to; saw or cut'thrm'ol'as', Tr?:d\ h Spain, and yellow slippers on- and had her temples bathed incarnphor with some other stragglers' he:attached

S .ds practicable to the bott m' o( ofrVbnsaivf, one mmy seated opposite him with I ventured to expostulate them likewise to his party

1 the; stream ; .ind. where trees. art dred Slid nineteen.Bci basket,of stockings before her. with her on her treatment. of and advanced. Springing orer a <
found 'upon"'- and bars ,upon the \ : enacted. :,. VVell, Hans," said he, ":here I children "My' dear sir," said.she, high rail, they came down: upon

: points islands_ or near the bank H'juie of '/ ;' .' in my old quarters* Home is in a subdued and melancholy the left of those' concerning. :whom

- of Jhe river, which may, at .the United States of.. .: as the proverb says; and tone, "what can I dc2" Would the doubt.had"existed,.. :and found .

-, lowest stage of the ,water, endanger gress assembled. I have been most kindly you have me to suffer the child tory them be* as my friend.had sup '

.- tlie safety of navigating. said purpose of by my old friend, Mrs. constantly and violently for posed,,Americans, Not .a momentwas
,'shull inlike manner be charge rile; ,' lYJ yetl.sighed for my.elbow this. and denv. them?" "Yes lost, ,in attacking, .but 'hav.
: liver, they ---n U- ----- ---" ---- --- -- '
: cut, removed, or sawed ffand iou<'l's under the. and missed my old mammy Ma'nV'saidlj"! would. :In the gotjunperceived' ; Within ,a few _
All roots or limbs, belonging .to :)lJai M; of the '\.\' and her snuff-box, her first place do not-bring children feet of.where they stood,:they 'discharged _
those parts of said' trees, which of February, in the and looks; of affec: where these' things are to 'be seen, I their, piecestUld! ,rushed _
, arc,fastened in the earth, shall be Lor4niie thousand ." ," Well sir," said: did .and rather let them cry-than cram on'to the charge. In the whole _

: /refully, cut away. '_ and nineteen the, I find things altered at Mrs. them with deleterious..substances: courseof, my military <.areer.l don

, Sec. $ .tlnd1J .further enacted, ,Treasury. be, al, die! ?" ,. Prodigiously so," crying is good for children-their t,recollect: any scene at all, .re-

- That, for> the purpose?, of 'carrying .thorized, with the, af he, "' when. _she lived in my squalling is not very- pleasant, to sembling, that which followed.....

into t'flrctthe provisions of :this the President the : she "Was.an active, be._sure, bet it strengthens 'their Some_"soldiers, having. lost their _

act, the sum eventy-five: thou'> to cause to be bustling little body- lungs, imagine, ,my 'dear: madam, bayonets, laid about them_ with:(he- _

sand,dollars'.be?and is hereby,'appropriated. the Bank of the U put her hand. to.e"ery thing the effects .of :your discipline : tut-end of! their firelockswhie. -

- .: And the, President others at a sum not' see, that every thingwas.proper- here is an infant, with its organs many a .sword, which till'to nigit{

_ of tlit; U.:Slates is hereby authorized par j'alue thereof, (lone-superintend her 'domes of digestion necessarily weak,and_ had 'n drank blood,'became in a.
-t-i to:draw, fromtimeloIime-: ,011 stock bf the tJn.Ucd affairs infzro/zria lier3ona'--.and tender, crammed' with 'solids and few minutes: crirosoned'enough.The ..

U Abe TrcMttry, for such'parts, or atone amount' 'not :e"ce : .as' a' plump) rosy-cheekedpretty. ,cold and clammy 9d to a. degree English and, the Americans

1- 'n7 lime for the whole) ', ors i4--five injiliqns.p. I a crea urt_. Now, alas, how that the tender blood vessels in the were,so mingted,: that 'tney scarcely _

-1: '\\\I.be, pJlr jzge! be:'seIvict. .', "ng an interest""of : !; 'I, found her lolling Jn. a stomach"-are pressed'upon, and the. I knewfrieudsfrom. : foes,- E c.m re

MQ.treb; $) ps&sum:shall! be. Tour. and one_ )half pe covered; with crimson damask. circulation stopped. convulsions feati!.of: individuaIgllautryperf jwere;.
:* t1'oat; raymoy: ; ii! the.treat : -' 'annum', from be".pe, soft Jight stole thro gh'the silk.. and death ,are :the results.' :GiYc. rnied' in, the course ,qftjris.!!: a

:ury, n t tivr\ .r. ip o ia ; iherjqof, which stock ; : drapery which it: anfpie folds. a;child nourishing:food, in: feson'-.' night,_ than: / :many campaigns:x _
Sec.4.if nd,6.e it further" ;fhactedi shall be:redeemable, f l the 'Wiild ws. :Her. little able' ,quantities, .but by 'no' means might .,.have .afforded. 'We: lost _

- That.thetrebidenl' 'beanef; ; be f S.wVrcvSrripqueiteil S.; *Hr:? flf _he'ynite< |? { ; id'was-' playing he. splendid, !ivetwbatjt; sor.J *. more' .than five., hundred O'enand ., .

fe: -cause1 ia'/ficv i .time',after:'the first da, rkey' carpet ;. '.and 'my: iormer 1bere-wmul truth:and rea-; the'. field.of battle__:was dreadful :I _
1IJhc!, : friend : 'alelistiesSi; ; sqli; 'the' lobseryatibtj i bFLmy; ; ,J' have frequentlybehelda great.
.laid. before, C6ngress. -as 'SOori: : &i,J sear 1r/\b: appeared : i1r :
: ud.r. p.A, idnt She minced her Jp.hcje. CHUdren'afe; .not number of dead bodjes5sthaIIac5mpass .in as _
'OflytiiiicewiIL, p 'fmft?' fter ]t.b! :, t lrr.- ; : resting. : 'great : : ,
commeiicement. of cach' wiaiort: ,:a :on t1-ie,sale: ofsUch ,-and there, seemed to be a' trcatei. :'in""a.stKrigtieiit: a Cf 4J jl. _. :
!" !- ( -t- 1fe $.jj4 c :11t ii-r_ .aforesaid. crcsht"' : 1asitia4pervading !iik'cbiDstitudqnytandinake : deed: were numerous.: :enough.ffbutwpands
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..,.I tt,tb l CJf1"'f b !:the, projprictiirs. t h \ r' ,wholei :personO.dear: ho'w ':inen iliaSUy: ? ,enterprisingandjerapera jnore, disfigtiring or;)more

...nabled to, adopt .":',. tL .rll1rreuponbe:' 'WfebnlHe alth :,alters_ people' t andiowmistakelt3iisajJsV -1-. ?**-cltizens.", ,* '* _The. V' norj-jble: ,: X :certainly :heyer jwit-'.-
; 1 !1eu9e? % w 4 t.ti.:; : .. t iooUs'of the : ;:: >' 1,fant1n4, 'I it !begins. to :walk, nessed,. .,A, man, shot throHglLlhehi !

"time, be.nece. .Dde .jari tiiiir ]ike* .nianiiiT aiffor ine .But. Hans,..one. .."thijjgjruck., ; crawls, op.tbe. nie.iotlS.'r father, d.jpr-:;heart, llies;as JT lie!vere,:Ifi
4 I -.. ,. karyjj -,-.-; ,.. /.. rJi "1U.li\4.Y' : .. : .bt:1o-'t/'t.: 'f' -, IiD'tt'"jisif t..... !da hei;$ jthciively the hand deep 'sJmber4iasomk| !
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'".'' 'lj:' tha& not:;'; nly "Avere. :.thettjemsflvel 3 fitht.tii st.-sjon tlie, nod y of v ':JJameskMC6rmiciVformerly .; for the'. future. ;.\A.. captain 'Cadiz' !" ,n saif: 'to:"' :tl 'f1at'6a' ,? :|o\ahi.\. |: gaiM" .. ... Stu

PI exceedinj jrIflg&ful ': a. "resident :, was'also".publicly shot. : the,! ..otherday : ;be'rciiifovced 'tef :re : tg flF: ) iA -fJ ,'

ft j: I I, butte-yer r countenanVt ;of that- county.: He -was". for>attempjting.{6.seduce-: his_ going to, its. ,ultimate' 'destip'tion.'Fh ; !!1 t >>. Thebokaing :

w" 's.of"ih deadi'fhibited'th' _//wi. g tngrrtln.Pa'rjs\toSbield.; *Mil 11oh corps from its aIieance- ,to the attack will ,be, made :upon el Ql ., n";: 1hcpit lf: .

tl 1 savage and ghasUy' expressions.- 'Stoner, to close some, unsettled government.: In shprt, a ,system Mexico ; depend upon it, that we' month,, !by. the Columbian, 'h-', ,

.4 .1 Y: Friends and'foes lay together in business in (he neighborhood ia pursuing that ought o' have are on,the eve 'great events in tute, a corresponding numbe. .

r i small groups of four or six, nor where. :' he bad lately resided, when been adopted many years ago, and the New. World. 0 that bodYo-Nat;, /?:. ,

:' : '; f was it difficult to tell almost! the he, :was.I"f't by David and' Robert which Cannot fail to produce tranquility From .ilft'xico.-Late intelligence From the Providence
: :
; 'j ; very hand by which some of them j Sheilds,',*who entertained. then :and security." .. received by the ,Editors of the Bal THE GREEK .1m /

4 1 had fallen. Nay, such had been bitter animosity towards N Y. ':Even.Post.More timore American, represents the I CAUSE.

, .,t" the deadly cloieness!! of the strife, him in,consequence..ofhis, ,having American Vessels C: "tur d., affairs of* Mexico as* *in tranquil Extract of a letter dated j.
ir" .
\ n I that in one or two places, ah ,English recovered verdict of 8.1000, ,against _By tcch.! : .Eagle, at Baltimore: state under the direction of the horn March 30 182"tfroma.h t

? I1 and American soldier'might one of them for the 's duc.tioiiofbis it.is reported, that the Mexican Sovereign Congress, which had ,; respectable American gt1ej: '

. 1 J be seen with'the: .bayonet of'ach daughter. 'These mon- Schr. "It uila Jiad' ,captured and come to the 'resolution naminga ,resiA. : ni jnthat. city, t?. hj(4: :"'

fastened in the other's body. '. Vtersin human immedatrly : dictator and it in this town. ,,' '
shape was
j i j ., sent nf-XI\tar! for adjudication supposed !>,I .1 .
*' >- -- .. fell: beating.turn' with clubs ,'Until the.American, Schr. 'Macdonough 'that Central Bravo would' be appointed -.; The"' glorioasi ;
; ;: 'struggle*:Q'tl
'ji j : po44s7'Jc.1 they thought he;. was dead. to that station. : .
: j L bound from: Havana for important Greeks :. is just found 1j
*1 They ,then threwhim oerthe log, Gen.Filisola has been ,.>
.1 1 Tremendous.arm.Dul'i NewOrleans, and had touched on appointed tobeleive.will terminate. :
g .
: 'Divine Service on Sunday .forenoon when, lie opened his eyes and the .coast for waterund:provisions.AIo Captain General of the province freedom. from: their:late mOt In'Wtt'l}na.f'
> begged mercy. ln order to ,.stop ofl\Iexico. and Gen.St. Anna has !
Frit ds' the brig Liberty, 'el. There is :
Meeting .Myrick
; ai. the new ; ty/ahts not Q. i' '
F his cries they .rata, stick down from Peusacola bound to been intrusted ,with :a high command ,
.: in Rose.street.New: Yorkinwhich his' ; Alv rado I t Grecian_ :!in the More, ouvho Ep ,

-' I Anna .,. .JSraithwaite. sj throatwhkh'iiassupposcd.'to will) a valuable cargp of Dry on the coast.' Gen*. Victo-i f: is _not. completely'armed: : '
h'inflked the mortaiwound.Hedled .
ria remains commander in chiefof V V
j Goods off their
; preaching to an audience of a- Captured Alvarado courage and thcirperRance ,
I bout 2000 people was discovered -- on... the, Monday night' Biir.r-Capt. Myrick reported, the Province oT.Vera Cruz with 'would .have been .hono

vfMi i that the beams were stilling, .follow' ing. that he had been extremely ill a large' body of troop at his,com."I;IIL the ,noblest, periods ofheu" J.
Both the Shield's have been taken the mand. The return of Iturbide isthought
and some! rents having been suddenly treated by commander and : Justriousjanceslors.they "rbeJir t'
and confined in officers of the I possible, ,but many event,; .had ,
*, : : made in the walls, an alarm separate Iguala. The caase $, was forced Tronjt t.h\,
w ipore easily imagined than dt-. rooms.in the jail, & will probably of these.captures, is not stated. the consequences are not apprehended hands o a Turk. -TJiejr areij' ::

II I jBcribed took place,. and such a be tried at the present term, of 1 the Mob. Com. ReEf. by"the nation at large. pJssession'of'ev ry' fortress inh; -

'j 0.. sdene confusion l was hardly- ever bourbon circuit cour. now in session. Mr. S. G. Swift has been" 'ap- confirm- Peru.-Arrivals at Baltimore 'Morea, ekcep, Patfass,, -which,;Si

.f. witnessed. We hare convers- pointed Warden for the Port. of the and account ofth captureof on the: eve' :of surrendering;- ',"'
Lima the
ed with one of the audience, who Religious Toleration.-The A- Mobile, to fill the vacancy .occasioned : isis.Calao .by Royal never- inquire the- number, of, the3 1:

:- assurers that no livese'r, ; lost, cademical Faculty and board of by the resignation of Mr. ;. who: had As taken soon* as the mutineers of enemies,:butwhere. .they are I 1l [ .

' but numerous* persons were Slight i Trustees of the Transylvania University F. 'B. ,Stockton.-Idem. possession the advance, (always, with the coafi

-M: '1 I 1y injuredN. Y. Gazette.'f', Kentucky, have unanimously former, had notified the Royal dence of success "when their atU
Governor Yates of Comma nder Canttrac of the fact .
New-York ,
'I A New Movel.-Cummings, adopted a new plan of in. Tersaries i are threefold their bti

I 1 Hiliard &: Co have just publish' struction.-The ministers of every has issued his Proclamation, convening on the 19th February, the army :numbers,:;:and ,in 'many instance. ,"

,1 1 ed cl JWW'A n'crican, novel, entitled religious denomination are invited the Legislature to meet on marched on Lima' and 3000 men *.:stili} grea er.-They have m V. :I

: Homb.omakaTale of the Early by a regulation of the University the 2d'of August, consider the under_ General Rodil took posses- than one !hundred vessels "of p. i

: .F ttmrs' '1ti'foundcd on the Early to preach in turn, in the subject of altering the mode of sion of it on, the 23d ol.,the same Iro'm 10 tb 28 guns;and, .in eveiy I;
electors of Bolivar it is said *
month. inlinediaiely
chosing President ,
and ,
; History: of'New-England.. .' chapel belonging to it, during the instance, f have they sought thoTurkish '
Wash. Rep. academical session.. In the list Vice President, is .that they may retreated to'Truxihlofomni.ed tsquadronTrtliougfr ctaming1 ( ..
: I Distressing Occurrence.-On the are included Roman Catholic, Episcopalians be chosen directly oy the people. a junction withSucre, and beg'n \ /ships'of: 80..-.guns.rThettlS'fto

:: ?*4ih instant Wooclbury, N. J. Presbyterians, Con- Iq.i his march on Cujamarca, with example of 'theirr DC*:' .

..: / i two }'oungdaughttrs, the only gregalionalists, Baptists, leth o- ST. LOUIS JUNE 7. all his forces, which arc stated to ingHefeated: or of their':flight :

1 : children of Mr. Joseph P. Hed- dists, and every other denomination PORE INDIAN Nt.VVS. be 3500 men. A battalion of Pat- Tljrjrhavfe already. burnt -S 'shijj| .

I d'rick lost their: lives by taking a Christians. Mr. Vasques, just from the Up- riot troops of 250 men, are said to .of 80 guns-f: many.frigates" and ctfr*

( r .- .j preparation of arsenic, administered Albany Ga% ttt. per Missouri, siuu-s that five men have gone over to General Agua- vettes.-Lord' Byron has beca

to them by mistake for magnesia In a 'late slander suit at Harris- of Major Henry's party, in descending longa,.and another was cut to.pie- made a Grecian, Senator, and.fca .

if r. M by their noI1llr-whosC' burgh, Pa. a verdict of S500, wale the Platte wore attacked bya ces. The latter General is said to.be now commands; 800'menthe bffi. : ;

,:1. I I feelings on the awful event none, urned 1 for the plaintiff. A lesson party of Aurickttree Indians. in possession of the pass from cers are English' French, aid I

hut a parent can conceive. Tam to .' he loosr-tmgd.--Idem. and that tlm-e, Moore, Chapmanand Quito to Zafar.J, which it was supposed Spaniards-he has .'clothed thtia

f ,'t lwJ'jngtith drugs is always dangerous A serious riot took place in Glass, were killed; that the others to bf the intention of Bolivar at his own. expense,'and devotes hh.
I I and medicines-of a deadly Philadelphia, about midnight on Dutton and Marsh, made to attack, it is stated by auo-N ample fortune in their cause. tit
; 1 bi r their and arrived the ther arrival, that when the mutineers will day 'be the second Homer
" .1 ;, nature should never kept or us- Monday last. Neither the cause, escape at one ,
: Council Bluffs. at Calla, demanded the pay and recoyrlt in his sublime verse
td hut with the utmost care and nor the are :stalt'd in ,
consequence ..
I'I'.1. .. I j precaution, by unskilful hands.- the Philadelphia paper. A number They state that Major Henryhas which had been promised by C. the Grecian war, as the forme?'
the of their heordered
1 The immuderat use of herbs, also of gentlemen have been bound built a fort at the mouth of as price treachery, has dqnet!that of Tro/ It it ..siii
I .
t :i':. may produce fatal efiecls.--A over to answer for the offences, the Big H.Jttl-t1at a Mr. Wheeler every third man among he Grand. Seighor is preparing
thorn to be shot. A revardJVevf .-,
lady lost her life in an easternstale > and from the manner' in which it was killed by a white bear. just his.ast'cfTort'; but the. Greeks'are, ,

,;. ; a few days since, by taking is spoken of we would infer that Capt. Smith, with some of the Bedford, June 1 -Capt., ready rto (facet them : & when' thef IV

I two strong doses of the essence ot"tansy. the affray was of more than ordi- party, had crossed the mountains.SAVANNAH Ray, of the ship Portia arrived; do, the""" urks will be crushed,, *

.-./V. Y. Statesman.We nary occurrence. r i[:Enquirrr. here on Monday. in 87 days from Tht"re'riiver, was 'a nation 'u61..

are glad to team, that the .v. Y. Spectator, June 12. -_,_ .---.--.------ V V Valparaiso, furnishes some parti- tedly determined to be free', :dial:
culars revolt of .
the the
respecting : did( their'
new American work, Note ont ,. not accomplish: purpoie
A Fashionubleikind of Lying.A FOR EiG.! Patriot left the '
I' Mexico," has been successful.The .- loops to guard V : ."
"1Kl I author, Mr. Po-nsetl, is among jyontJrmcn paaHirf; througi- V. fortresses. of" ___CaHsto._ It is under-. They have every .inciteu1 '.
" Fleel-Maikel, was surprised by June, 19. stood, that in consequence" the, .ren'derttleirrheariainvulnerable. _;.
, valuable Members i i *
.:, '.. of the most, account uf his being hailed from the well-known By ,the arrival this morning of Government'sneglecting to pay I theiexanjple, of ,their ,ancestorsandthe ,-

und Congress and on his extensive information College by a friend who it appeared the brig, Almira, Captain HARDING their arrears, the troop., to the .impossibility..to"treat'w.i.th.. ,

,'. I $( sense, countriesparticularly. was "in durance vi/r. "Ah! we have been tutored with number of 7 or 800rose on the their foe SA who 'acknowledge ,n&'
to foreign
:o ".I. I. as. "r. Gaz. Tom, why how cume you there' the Bostun Daiiy Advertiser, of officers. and confined them in pri. bounds:or,treaties Alo bind them,''
at. .
** \
: ; -. I Several have fallen asked the gl'ntle man.-"O. a lie." the 10th iiist. containing London son. Deputies were s nt .t nego-i they.shall
;iife, :. into the error ur\vs-papor supposing thai the a.For telling a lie impossible! dates to the llth and Liverpool. ciate with tht; revofters, but no'satisfactory .. n/rebels! :and energies':
there must be some InistakNo ('." to the 13th ultimo, inclusive. arrangements being to their diabolical. creed. '\rhey'have'J1oW1'r
lah' act oi" Congress )jins char.geuthe : '*+- T -
'- it's. true enough. 'Ii firomiaed js4 a I loan in.England
:,:; ', general'luws in regard naturalization Letters from Alexandria, datedon made for their relief, they proceeded
,,l.s ,11'' so as to reduce the required to' fiat, my toy tor's bill; but I the 5th of April, communicate to seize all the vessels* in- >the. which grieaily:. aid* .them. v,About, V

t:;.:-1: term of previous residence dd flt.-rd. intelligence of great importanceto harbour (about 40 sale) confined .tsyo.tbir4: .of:the'.Morea; V belonged.id .
'.,' Important ti Merchants' and Trader their 4t .Gtand' eignor or the .Meschea -,
: to tJe This is incorrect. Greece. The magazines of commander, and all foreigners '
: years. In of decision in
i: as will be by reference consequence a gunpowder, Etc. which jhe Pacha residing' in the port, and !,-th Je are now, Confiscated! ;
perceived d.
f' [the District Courts of the
.. and fomtbniost fertile lands hi-
Egypt had for time been hoisted the Spanish.flag.: ; ,.
t J the itself which does some
l : to act not '
'. I' state that Bills of Exchange
. declaring, the "richest" soil in
fipeti.d tU"f
: ft alter the period of .probation, generally preparing for his expedition to theM Gen.<< Bolivar remained. at/frux-t | : .
Notes of Hand -
.1. I but provides only for a Sc Checks, orc'at had been destroyed by fire, illo, with an army ofiboul, 11,000 rQP .:.-.. :Wthat-they mosti' want., tear:
: particular class of are null, unless the whole amountis in which 3000 of his soldiers per men, which he.;was, recruiting' 'and frigate.or-. two, '.when. they .wouldfearlessly : /

\ j cases.Nat.. Int. written in words at full length. ished. The loss is estimated. disciplining..: The- ro'yalist General ,.{ay alongsitlc the l izet' '

We understand that the Banks of less than millions of Cantarac, with ahout.6000 men, ship of theTTuiks. Should'the,geVnerou
T It would from a I not ten Span .
:graph in a .New-York appear ,Para that the city intend refusing to receive : ish Dollars! The Captain Pacha was encamped within four leagues ? 'enthusiasm winch ,.XhaHlearnt .!
__ the small pC'x is extending its baneful such mality instruments is unless.with.Louisiana that for had arrived at Alexandria, with a of Lima which he was daily expected l A prevails: inthaUnited-j ..Stales. -v -*/?- :

effects through that city. It is complied part of the Turkish Fleet; but it to enter.It in..thei Javorf..pr.o: uce sufi1qzenI ; '.
Courier, also that .shpul$.recommend it>to '.be. con". i
staled that 15 hundred cases of was the opinion that this event was reported, several
The pilot of the American ship would if marines fro'tl British, sloop' 'vertedJt;, frigate Jt:woul
. L I this disease have occunecl during Gov cripple:, not entirely prevent t
: has
; Tompkins, published a .
:. ; f the )'ear. A resort to1 vaccination the operation of the Turks, of war Flywho were sent. offshore re m aih;aj PIgVrn1UmCnt oq ,
: contradiciing the' statementof : to protect some English propertyhad affection jto their cause, and .woul ,
. is urged as the only means Lt. .Hutchinsun, of H. M. blig during.the present tam paign. -

; : '. 'of checking its progress. Plumper, (which we gave some The advices from Africa, further been shot. draw from}f them the mop. -graYef? : '
'"fft' The President of the U. S. hfts days since on the arrival of the confirm the defeat of Sir Charles Brail.-By arrival of the returns. ,,. '* ,;<;* ...

: t i' % .. .granted a full pardon to Joseph John \\ ells) respecting the aid he ;'Carth-he hut! not been heard Spartan, we .. have advices 'that. .,>
:if i H Perez, the Spaniard lately convicted I claims to have given, and the con of since the battle with the Ash- on the 25th of last March, the papcis that' sfnce''tKedectiptt..

!i f>P'# of Piracy at New-York., I dition of the ship's crew. The antecs. A rocket brigade had Brazilian Conslilution sworn' of Gen: Freireto'be. :'the'Supreme .

!:: ., .Alexandria, June 15.-A man pilot says he had charge of the ;, been ordered to Cape Coast immediately. ; to, at Rio de Janeiro, by the: Empef" Diitr'.f.4'* [.of Tthis, State,. 'the-; .Con*
': r. : by th. name of Golly horn wias It : ror 'and the Heads of GovernmentDepartme.nls. )
1 ship, got her off, and conductedher was expected that grcsS"ha beendihgently.ernploye ;
13 i murdered at, Dumfries, Va. on in safety into port, and that the Ashantees would attack the : in, 'estabjishing' a'regulariforaj l'

;If :;:: 'Tuesday last, by a person named her cargo offlaxsee was delivered English Forts, and that the friendly in consequence. of this act, the Goverhment, and cc..rettingYlr.l; *.. .
Affaires in the
t l1 l'1ess. Pursuit was immediately Brazilian Charge bus abts s. 'The EditorOf hfi., '
1':1": uninjured ; he also slates that the natives would suffer seveiely.The ,
: ;? made after United States.ba's.received orders: '
: Burgess, who said Chili 'Ga-z tte rem rkl thai ther1"broach
Lt. Hutchinson, is in the habit proceedings of Parliament ;
'f .1 j we understand, from his government
: and
: :*< t was apprehended conducted of affording relief American were without interest. against the SouihT Aoj\eri,
.' I. to Brentsvitle, to await his trial in ,,to. make'oath, to that, insrru- 4
:" : -yatiiiacy
' I can ;Republics i-
times \ : ,
!!- ships'some when it is not The differences with the Alge- before '
1 ,' November.'juclllng. ment, a public magistrateof
; .. '
their'Constituti: will not _
wanted and :
e cessivsalvagt'therefor.J"or.
) .
charging rines
< .1 ? \. duel I were not settled. A great this City, and afterwards, to '
was fought have foii'Ldatioh: ,Co1orntnahting
ringer :
Beacon. t .
TM' number of .. .
bomb vessels \
> '
were receive the tlfor Brazilian
: in New Orleans, some time since, ,o very ) establish" "
now regularly 1
,. 5s.* I I Economicatandiafewa!' making soap. ted out to bombard the'toW'%! nightly ? citizen: resident in the United.
: be.twecn'a Sexton of one of the To.12 gahlonsoflye, of strength ed,:and ,-' its' inl1 bit nti -su :-

) L burying grtiiids'and an assistant -.!just sufficient_ bear an egg, add States, :to' record the same, ttid to ViiislVvetrq! : legislat1onChilin1cl;;: '

; : grave-digger. The latter! I j i 16 I Ibs. of clean melted .:grease; A letter from Constantinople' of send ,to the Secretary'ofState: 'at Mexicoas :&lso'beingcgtized :: and'

'1 **i 1 received a flesh wound in the J I whic'h, by being placed in the hoi April, mentions ,that tTie, Pacha of Rio'de; .Janeiro: a copy 'duly authenticated U' is "to bbpe1' "4heproynC! .'

the first fire but Egypt h abandoned the idea.. of .
liiig1! upon not sun,and occasionally stirred, will, ( oftliRtRl 'taii vlngbecot 'i
; /
': : fticyingthiat entirely-satisfactory,' I in a,few days, produce a ;soap of proceeding' for the Morea,'butthatJiis Bythe.Newspapers' .from that t red' : .fflijcndw ti t! "f .
: 'took round in which first son was to proceed 'thither country it.appearsthat, frc'nv the -
thcy qua1i Gazette. '
I ; another -Albany V t.em d }J r3 'Co
T the gentleman received shot in Mr. Murderers.A with a large; force. ;4th -March .to,the, 17th.April, 'seventeen .. :
a .. .. Crawford. st,_ t .P t "ry: : .: .ro1f.: V 1" ',' '.
p I the: thigh bone, 'which proved a ; !letter. datad: 15th April, from rverfioplt!, May 10. We have American .vessels: I 'arrive'it, nr.1w ,
T iiti iarv 'mi t :
ik' |( ..., VswTi! The affair originated, a a gentleman- ln, 'Mexico,, "states 'received advices'this ''motning frbiii:different''parts 'of the 'worldj' .e"", 1' p. t..'q .(
: 1
'N ;
I 'dispute'upon the very important that three of"the' .murderers. of from,Bayonne: 'to'the 2dinst.hich, and.that'.twenty nirie-depatted,.for .Q V. ... V- ': \'- '
: ,. various'destinations. ..t) o'c, -c cf"1 (:I;. .. ll"t._Sa1ia. BQfflondjiEas .. .
..- matter gra-vrdiCChg, Mr.:; :Crawford had been taken and I slates,' that "'Iet ers .fromMadriclof .It, appears) : .If t, .." .. ; -.I '" .

(4 1 I o.," . .- + ),at.Ad. ; 11.brougb? totfiaticjly. The execuitive -i the '26th,. speak. ofa levy: of : moreover;>> ,that. the,*navigation']b'e; ,:-. .- IIf// .'4-<:',;;f..J'i... ;;' Iht.ue4; ....1: ,.,1,J'-t-rf9o."c bi, ". ."

.. Caution. ;-' .Five Dollar. /Notes. : ,,>aysrthe'wriier,. were;; so indignant 56OOO.men in .Spain, part of whom, :ten f I Brazil J and 'Russia- ,,, under..., I ) $ nJ onAntonl, ijdO W.tt :-:

r .II' ': r c ;|n circjilafion! : f itf New' York: at. this' affair: that. ; 'they 'are to.be 'employed In'T attemptingthe '> .the American'flag.. 15enterprize. :,a. r9,6t 1 'tvi1_ .:{6 ,. c;.r'jvii c ;*i ,1raiuVV : '
I pu r portiti, g to>e..,of the\ "Frank'linBanjc'sof I.,,ere*banging li, eJu"-f; and; 'do rfe'Coaquest< off ,the, American. .. .''''' .--V'- '.V V .. ;..- ;,.. f 1' :Ji.n te t J.i1i -
; Provide ce" bank 'bu' Robert: .. .f.(.. .. ... .... .,.. .
: 0 .at : not; ean't, i lt t' a :jrascal 'escape possessions: ; as. money ii l\fr. Carr; ,an :American'tthrpugh'thej '\ ':'r..J' "' 0-t, V .J .. .
ftf3f : :.: which"d!I oes".not exist. The'wjhl, .' condign: punishment,is'deser-?1 wanting ,i fJs said'thatYan, applicalion -, citizen edi3ftIon5fpC 'mer1t.ikd.';!:, ,- '.."w. < }. ...;4';\ VI'A' ,; $VV '

: S: -.. do) 'btlbss. ta. southward., ;' ,vingbfitjThree: ..saas*ihs' andhighjvaytiobbcra : ; ,will..be'thade; ,Phillipine: i\lr, C.* Raguet.,tr 'qJl itedStatbs. /(!i'i :bt !P.J

t I, ; t : Bat! FcdRet.r4.j" : were, : : \ ng:'tip .Companywhich, .has' fppney in ifs C'.3n5U1, ':aRto\de4eho'b'el, ;' *asecve4itt: ? is.o tp t :<;
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4. .. .(JJT7z.J| May \ ?" : ; d S coucra.1haye-- > ". %, :tf. L.. to V ,the,"gofejr ent4tber :& \ J o : .... .. a..4
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l-'JS.@Yit"CJt intend,-stiU. to.. ';liursue. the ',ne'. ; course. ,, to.make'.this ;ny.complaint ; and it isiaBaahd-Mmlssippi ecl&n4U142:48 bAtes'- ,Mobile ,d 'tJr Iel ,I&1t18U. ].
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$ ana jresenrVour' neutral r'in olable, i!" irgr it-ctr9rt fori .;.. ,1)0 teach 75 ported Tcnne in the',tame .Gme;,. to,>:Bordeaux aJe : x- :. "." !:.. WQ110EI: 4 -I. 'i" .

'( \\ JULY 1i,.1824.tit1 but we copy the following"pithy remark*' your'readers. a,;liUle'pbHtenesSf t>rther 2ilWe.H: fr"'2029' 'Kev York, 1526, .7b. n.qf s"r! :fJt .

: ( from tlie'Connecticut Jffirrofei ..o /- vr\\\absolutely make iae ma4. JluW1eJphii136/ilcs on 515,aad Prof- .. ;lIner JI .:.:.". :

i1i JlcH /.-Onthe. night' ,ot tue count of the individual in whose praise' Yours/ ': .de ce LI45S-wkingin *fl4$87b4ed4lrenct HE ''a:ti\e. ,

< : :rth.of June,the office of Discount thevspeak, but because they contain no AN OLD BACHELOR. ,- w {arour of 'exports 4345 EBB cotiaef'bltlae'-cc' .

;':. :::1& : f lhc ulsljina State Bank invidious no ''political animosity M L '* ., bales. Amount j otU'thiS'leuo up will be lighted every evening" "Ibrtfae be* .
iuLI rposit I '. comparisons to date, 139,671 bal i. Exports in same nefit of thdte woo srrir* aft d k, 'tenable > "
Kcragr, wa s broken into by some"LorvilUiii and are such as we t liev.m Mn. EDITOR-I know nothingmore time 138,175. Slock!on' hand,including them to come 'up.,to the.'proper

*, who succeeded in tak- best subserve, 'tlie-cause, of' .,:truth.- How genteel, or pleating than the all on ship-board not cleared,.4j365 bales anchorage; The Ug bean from' tt a :
: a small square trunk c ntlr.1 much preferable are such articles to the: habit, which many of my friends vhich of course leaves-a mall amount in Point N- Y. E. dint abu t.6 nil.-
i ,\v\y amount} and hands of first' for sale. The chief Thedepth of Wttef wmHry-from T 5 .
blAnk notes to a large toge- tissue invective, abuse and mutual recrimination have, of thinking, feeling, owners to
$ transactions were in tnose of Loin ana fathoms. GpodaMfeo ;'jlJ be toand
of notes, for "whydon't ,
: number premiwry contained in electioneering speaking, me. They say,
frith a usually & : i -*:direct line front '
" tlei' Presidcnt'and I Mississippi at our old quotations.-vhicfl tbeCgfat: in 2 to 4 '
. da Trench Gold Watch. The essays. you come; out and chooseyour are continued. In Tennessee and North Wh. .oms, .1tfscitehavingb .'
; have offered .a' reward sid.el Either IrI i .op against ,. ...- .
.' !' Cashier It is reported, that 1oIr.- dams utterly Alabamas we have heard but of few sales "
'foal- thousand dollars for the detection refused his assent to any thing in, the us." Theut'the a and believe the stock,on hand to be quite, :

tf offender and the recovery of the shape( of a Caucus for him \ and said further long string! of-what t$$| [fcH fac.tsconcernlng' limited-we now quote-prime from''14 1-2 P tbli 'S ile

I the that he would not accept the .chair the :charzcr5' and abilities '- to, 15 cents, second..quality, 13 1-2 a.,,14, ,
;3C3. if lifted into it,by one If this be true,it ; : : and the I third at.12 a 13.cents per lt>.-as rnl '

:;1 fire broke out U along,,stiff,home-1:1de. ungenteel, republican of my nei nbojsand are the,best of those descriptions are ,nearly, ed.by the,Cooper C . fire in 4-fjrkans-A ".featherings cap," and there sometimes so very:charitable;as to all taken out of market. That from Mobile County,m virtue of a decree of

_. tp'a.4)ni ". -QU Street-New-Orleans, nearly oppoiite the: |the win can't hurt it ; and every son of a and of being afraid to express .-Arrived last week. from Ohio 'and- make a division- '' --ofthe---property nrt. --BCU of* 'i

' cf Messrs. Morgan, Dorse}" & Co. seventy-sixer, that has inherited from his my real sentiments. ''Now} .320 bbls.' Pittsbui ',475;makingiu aU795 Severen Palao and Merced ViS, do I
s re Bunker Hill ancestors, the same taste in bbls. This'article has declined since our .
v.b-ci! consumed a house belonging1 to 01 nament,.will be for Adams. Then i a- all this is very fine, and demon-; last;and is now. dull at for first quality baker Hereby Give Notice j

jilrsi. \Vray, in less than an hoar-this guin, Mr. ,Adams speaks only when he is strates their good breeding. As g5 50 I. Shipping 5 25 ; and Sour | house and. lot No.

jiOiifce'iadbcen re-built on thcruir.s of one .spoken to, attacks no body either directly iC is I only-perfectly proper,,thatI *; 25 a 4 50-there is but little sweet in 8That b lOngiig to aid'par t

fcuriit about two years >ince. W,e underorJi i I or by his agents 9'' he does not seem 'to should take sides in every pttty market,'some which hare;,in a few .i*>- situate, in Intendencia.

that .fire of, much greater extent I practice the game; that his rivals play on i neighborhood dispute, hut also'to stancesj-retailed as high as gif. 75, and 6.. ,and for which no.bid- .
, $: :1 him,, and on each other. He keeps in We know of none at the landing for sale, ders.apptLicd"when fonnerly. frered for
lias! !jsincevikited,the samecity, by winch: i his office and minds his business ; and it express my opinions boldly and abuse execnta few bbls. in Mr. Carey's! boat sale, will be exposed to sale, at the .t,:;

. .* 'n houses with a large wood yard, coN is.oiily when the tides of those political the other side' of tbe question from Pittsburg.Wkukey ._ Court House door,'on Monday the.second 5

rcrof| St.Joseph and Levee streets, were freshets come over the threshold of his seclusion these my valuable' 'friend* I .-Arrived last week only 39 day of August next, !subject .the incuiabrances '*

coasmd-lmt we hvc not yet seen a that lie comes out of his. hole- take the whole trouble off my bbls. Uiis article is now worth 311-4, mentioned. in the decree afore ,j 1J 1]
bear smoked troin his hiding cents gallon and holders ask33 said.
not as a i per some a:
,particular account of it.Governor I plac ; but as a Lieu from the swelling of hands, and demonstrate the de cents and over, according quality. 'teterAlba ; !?
: I. ---- Jordan. True, he tfas a Federalist ofice pravity of some and the foolishness -' Porh-Arrived last week only 19bbls ; ,

Troup of Georgia luis addressed so was Madison; he once made a poororatioii of others,. and then assert we now rate ,mess inspected at S14 a Antonio Collin I

i most s'.ngulir letter to the Secretly so did Denfcsthenes ; he vncC that in my heart I agree 'with 14-1-2 ; prune inspected g3 a.13 iiisales. -' Jury 13th 182i-19-. is. 3PEN8ACOLA

of War, in consequence of the message wrote poetry, so\1a.n3fidllaml Blackstone them. Some times too, they have f I
by the ; md ifit will hdp aim, be it known, Lard-Arrived last week only 18.kegs
; communicated to Confess ofthat that he was altogether'the poorest poetof the goodness to range me on the and 2 bbls.-b.tock.on band of good and
president: on the subjcctofthe claims the three lie fignts no duclls, tells' no side of the opposition, as they callit hard: quite limited.' m@>a 11P mrm t

State against the United States, un- lies, and drinks very little,if any whisVey.He and then optn a whole batteryof BANK NOTE EXCHANGE. $ j

.d( ,tie article of agreement and cession is a man of business, und of liter lturc. argumentative invective to N, Sc S. Car. Geo. Mob. t JUST received pet schooner Caravan

of18tJ2' We did not think it possible His life has been spent abroad with republican and wickedness.This &Tombeckbe, 5ia. 81 pr. ct.dasUnited from New-York an addition to j
individual in the union, QuakerisID,4'ald; he has broughtno prove my error States, 1 a 1$ per ct.premium. the former supply of books,'among"whi(i !
.ttya there was an 1 consider the ne plus ultra. are the following .
home. ills :
taaaions greatest
foreign ; Ten. &Hunts. Al.25 a30 per ct.dis. nom. f
holding so high an office, who would un- faults arc such as will best recommend utfiolitenesa in colloquial dis, Kentucky,. .. none.Mississippi St. Ronan's.Well,tty the' author ofWtncrlif' ]t
bluhiigly put his none to a paper couWiuing 'him to the majority ot the American peo putation. I have been in.the'hab- ". v -. parDoubloons .Biiling Itl'. Medical Practice, T

'; such sentiments as the production pie. Much may ue said in favor of all it of hearing them patiently, and. 81550 a15 2j. Franklin's Journey to the FoIar. Seas, H
the candidates, but alt this be said of Sand Dollars, Ilec'd at Hajji Baba's Adventures
alluded to. The principal ground of may of speculating on the force. approved, } [
quietly "
him. Much as we respect the bold spirit 8 per ct dis.i the Waldo'siLval Heros Prose by a Poet )
complaint urged} by the Governor on aud fearless honesty of Gen. Jackson, we I of habit, the strength of prejudice,p .Silver,. bars,pure, par with spe.J Banks. Songster's Museum, Salem Witchcraft; jv:.
part of Georgia- appears to be that the must prefer thv Secretary of a lute to the and: the advantage of refined manners -'Ul-IGUTS-DULL. Coleman's Anecdotes, j'f

: United States have not extinguished the Hero of New Orleans.", and delicacy of mind. So ire. To Liverpool, for cotton per lb. In Egan's Sporting Anecdotes, i*

Indian title to tertain lands within the rfsistablv do these sneculations American vessels ,.. _- i d., Gregor\-s r.1.19 Chesterfield_ .' ,_2.vol.. f
boundaries of that. ..State, and the argu- It is unpleasant *repeatedly to haveto I force' --' -themselves- on mj mind, thatI Do,, do. do. in British do. jd. Humornort's J1IIULLCS Leuers to wirter, l
,France do. do. 1 collection of
1 J cents. Anecdote I
7.uent used, in favor of either expelling the made by erroneous hear than half Le
correct impressions : do not often more North portsin.the U.S.for cotton Sage's Devil on Two Sticks, -
the Indians from tHe State by force, or of j letters and Ii communications published of many' glorious )philippics, which per lb. : cent. La Peyroue's YO age,Living Pfeys. 3 w > i

.extermiu ting them, i& that it has been : in other places : but ".\\e know for eloquence and truth surpass Do. do. do. per bale 1 25 cis. New Kobmson Crusoe,

the usual course pursued towards tlie ]' Do. do. do. Tobaccoper Phillip's Speeches,Tytler's Elements,
1 i not how we could acquit ourselves in our those Demosthenes and Cicero. Tales of Mv 1
Landlord 3d
.Aburotnues: by our forefathers ami uur- 1|i station" should we allow wnat we know But I hope in time to acquire politeness Do. *Wu do.! Sugar- inhh 31 a s.Si 3 dolls.dolls. Scott's Lady of the Lake, Sen'e'f

Sclves, during the whole progress of the i i to be misrepresentations to pas* unnotic- enough to hear them Do,.. do. Barrels, 50 a 75 cts. Walker's Three Spaniards, ) ,# t

settlement America !? Governor Troup j ed. The Mobile Mercantile Advertise1"I through ; aid as I have a tolerable Price Current. Butler's Farmer's, Manual, 1

.appears to admit that this mode of proceeding t I of July 9tir,contains an essay on the subject good memory, I propose to commit jwi1ies Barbauld's Lessons with colored platcf -
i is not correct in a moral point of MILITARY APPOINTMENTS.C Depping'sEvening's Entertainments
of the communication of the Grand them to paper fur your use. I Ewiog's 1
r Geography,
thinks that lithe of from our last.) Gregoiy's Legac
view, and principle Jury for this District, to the Judge, at the have been a pivity clor observeroi Deferred Locke's & Bacon's Essays;

Tenn's treaty was right, that of every otJier -tlast September term; in witch is the 'following manner, and have taken the liberty William Steuben Smith to be Hodgdon's Letters, Linnet Song Book,

which followed r wrong" but contends paragraph.: of recommending such as paymaster, 22d March, 1824. 'Life of Franklin, Washington's Life, t
the United States must either Macomb be assistant Watson's Philip 2d and 3d 2
that I *' cold believe if the Edward to vth.liawes' .
allY one (even are in vogue with those, who give
jgo back and undoall, that has been done t fact of their requesting ni open Court, of the ton in these matters. Now I surgeon, 20lh January, 1824. Life'Life,of Newton, Putnam's Lifcj i

vrong heretofore, or is bound to go on i the Judge tile puohcjbun of tlie preaentjmer.t vill recommend the George P. Todson, to be assistant Bonaparte's i
merely I Astley's Cooper's Lectures
in he does i were not, u a it U lull susceptible ,
And doing : 1824.
perSeere wrong I 20th January,
of friends above related surgeon, Ferrier's Meucal Histories
that: such my ,
Iproof: ,) a matter thus trougattoward I
like kind of half honesty, which assistant
not the be -
James, G.JPercival Mus ray's Materia-
r notice anrl. imita Medico
'; was,not iutended tuc nuollc as worthy. o .
\vou.d prompt one who is conscious of' eye." i lion. on,4th-dar D,1824. rnitnps iftdTgtstion,

having done wrung, beyond what is m his I i The only comment we' find neccssoiyon PHILO PIQUEM. Governeur Morris, late cadet, to Baudclocque's roller1 _
Law} of
endeavor do so no of Executors .
powerto remedy, to be .2d lieutenant, 4th Regiment
1 tins, is the following extract from the I UUckstone's!Commentaries 4 Dfio. .
more : nod the promiuent reason for those t e'idcnce.fJ&e Foreman of the Jury :. Mr. Editpr'. A* a man t/iink- Infantry, 24tb May,. 1824. 3shop Horrie on:the Psalms, ,

sentiments is, that government now a- bovc mentimied taken in said Dudley W. Allanson, late cadet,. lanhal's Fnend's tc.
open court at cth 80 w lie, was once truly Family, &c &\
dopts the principles of Penn's treaty, and : the last term. when men were unsophisticated, to be'2d lieutenant 5th Regiment } WHICH, I
lorcc tlie Indians from the : together with the stock oi
rctu&etito possession 1 Infantry 24th May 1824. heretofore
I ** Qzlst4oid the Jury, through you and sought for truth with a sincere ,
,: of land which of right belongs to ] as their orgaii, request that it should be desire to find her. In these Jasper Macomb, late cadet, to :1.nd assortment composes a.of,very book extensive and geiieral -
.tiiein, Gcorgia'i11 be the first to suffer < published ij be 2d lieutenant, 7th Regiment of and w?ll be
old at the
.it New-York
degenerate days as a man for
our prices cash.-*
inconvenience arising from I .ijy' r-Some o/the Jurors expressed
it in the
ky Infantry, 24th May,. 1824. Country Merchants and
thought o sois he. And as soonas public or private
wish did think
of the within her sUCH a but uHier* not it -
residence furnished
&e savages onthe'
Uiat it siiouiu be thinks his neighbor ;most liberal
necessary published, as a petty upstart
boundaries. ". has teen but terms,and such books asTare ordered and '
f' or Jur.ius" received! ,
the tot it addressed the
gTVkter })a1 was ,to by possibility be a fool or
tie not on
"The United c3nnotbe inserted uniess.the name of iresponsibleperso.il will be procu vd with as ,
Governor Troup ,
says I '
Judge iuu.viuually. MOS nut instructed
a rascal he asserts it"to be so, and js left with as th ,1 little? us a.aisUnce
in the to extinguish tile mukf that
: States promised compact u* FttrctiuMt to request. Itwas will
the Indian claims j I discussed in the Grand Jury room, finally pretends to believe it. author,; should this be done, the articK : be;as promptly attcndel-to.
Geoigia : and meet with the
in same.
J. We'live in glorious times. shall appear our next iiberality. a
but there was so a division on the :
(he lands reserved, as soon as it could be great "Spectator shall inserted ijeit we1iI'ORTOff : ,,ersonal application.. --
i SUDJtCt,that we coiitiuded that if aiiy individual Yours BOB SHORT. 'r
done peaceably,& on reasonable terms1 ] wished it "puulishe'd, he.could T ------ '- ----- : : W. Hasell HuSt.July .

.and yet he contends that the Compact isnot procure copy ahd'pubusii it himscli.Ve ." C"'l.ElC l.\L. ;ma1P # ;.1824, .
complied with on the part of the U- \ have observed other publ cations ---- - ;

.n'tcd 'States, unless the Indians are ,re- on the.subject, but not \vishihg to take any .-. NEW-ORLEANS, July '.5. 1EXSdCOLiENTE1ED.! 'r\.IST of lettets remaining in the Port

jx.ovcd nofetu vofcnt by the ,same means part in the divisions uiudi have grown Wholesale Prices Current. Si:Office at; Pensicbla,30th June.1824,
qhich have heretofore been I Bacon hams (Ib. 7 a 10, salessides .. hich, if nut ;taken out within three
habitually -
out ot it, we will for the present merely) ) 'I .Taoriths, ,will to & "
., &c. 6 a 7. do 12th, Sch. Torn Shi 1 sorsyth,1 fbwarded e'I
ed for similar .
.ft$ purposes.The remark that, if these things must c. Post;Office as dead letters.. .;
Governor, hints at the. dissolution tiiuter, (Ib) 6 ,a.19 ..retailZf N.: Orleans; Cargoes bbls. Whiskey _
( brought bcJore.th\.lmulie..IL full copy between the United kegs
.of the compact States of would Daniel Anderson, Bamuel
the proceedingsjttiereon
] proba.lily Coffee, W. L.green, lb. Ito 21 dull AyresThomaarnbt.
We should be. 5 tin Funnels two barrels ., ..
\ .
and Georgia. very sorry -
b ,,the most sattiictory information to -St. Domingo, prune, .17 a 18 dull
that so serious a division should take all parties. I.C (. & 1liss.fine 19 a 19$ "'. S' and one bale' rchandize to G. .Bl:-Henry M. Brackcnridge,.2, .Obecl
but feel confident that though Air. ,_ ._ ,- ,__ __.u I rrnnA 1ft .1. 1O i : r. -,.rrL..nhosSa1t.> S hu .nr. n\Pn...__William. IiW'I1Dn ."_n1'L.-
place, ;'-," -'- '' -- 'a'7 -- -- .7' %J 1P 4,frIi4J \f UUI'1.
'Troup fills the, executive chair,the. sentiments -\ O4Li U./'!cat 7'1, i.... j' gd. fair, 17 a17 fee, 30 pieces.Cotton, Bagging, 24 John Bush, Junes. OV:.Baxter 8arah ;P.
I r ;
contained in his letter are,those of .- -- -- -fair, 16 a16 ? coils Rope, to Stone & Nishet- Beclerr Robert Birron, :Patrici/N; Brm
/V ike Pemacvla Gazette. s I irdinary, 15' a15z g sorj Robert. Bateman' ,..Biggs,
an indi vulu-! and not of a State. Mn. EDITOR.-1 have been inferior, 131' a 14i jq 30 bbls. Whiskey, 76 bbls Flour .Simon Beckam, "WillUm an 'Francia j

horribly )lotJ.or S.Aia.p'r. a 16i ). S.S' .jLbbls. Sugar:2: tierces Molasses, etahceCapt.J,'>v"Brady; .Coi G; We extract the following from the presentments annoyed the past week, by I 2d qualily, 14 a 153J 91s's 9 bbls. Rice, 10 bags Coffee, l' box Brosk. / .

ofthe Graud Jury of Chathamcounty Uu: imprrtintndt of my knowing ) th>. 13.. a 14lTen. ) Pipes, 3 bundles Chairs, 22 kegs _Thi_ E*Ch sbei- ;brlo Caro
Term 1824 and recommend /1 1ts friends who, wuh faces screwedup .&N.Ala.p'r 14 j'a. 15 ) 1 Job Campbell S ( >
Georgia, May ; .Lard, 5 bbls. Pork, 21 bales.Hay, a us Camp; Command
the consideration of ihe'subjec to the wisest pu ker, have at- I 2d quality do. 1313d 12 a a ,14 13., )'.*\. quantity of. Bacon and 7 boxes ing Officer Tthp Bay, 2* '-' .

to the authorities of our city,;.:and 'at thesame : tributed to me the uuthorthip of Ciindlest sperm. 28 a 31 plellt merchandize to the cap in.-'Pas- l|,-Eran rX/Dean,P. Dantin Thosu.

time would hint, that it 'would be I several. pieces, .which \have appeared -mould 1st qual. 6 a 9 ull sengerS, Mrs. Donaldson and one PoiglsaDavid( DanieL '. _

veil to extend their deliberations to the i In your paper. Sir, 1 Si 1- Cheese, Amcr.good qual 12 J a 16 scarce. gentleman.13th .- z 1.-lkhJ1 i f Edwards, Colen* Edwards*
I dom until the cool\of the Four, 1st qual. (bbl) 5 1-2 dull. ]'VCheyer elch, ..Benjaznin"oster1.M1dame
: practice frequenting places of public go out -shipping 5J.. do. Sloop Herald, McCloud,, '. '

jvcreation and-amusement.. .on. the Sal evening, when' 1 issue forth' 'from -sour 4i a 4 1.2 do. Mobile ; Cargo, 65 bbls. Whiskey, jcrest, or John Com Grandpree,Samuel..Gates Peter Isaac,Gil

b;th. ',?. a i. my 'room,'where l heat and lassitudehave hay (Ib) 1 1-2 dull .plenty :20 bbls. Flour S> bbls. Rum and 2' Gaje: ". .

***present the evil,long complainedpf confined nu- all the day ; and Uidts, dried 9 all sales boxes Nuts, to Finlay & Rushton. 1-Josmh Harmon;jbsepn Hasket.L

;trading with negroes the Sabbath, then to. be pestered with "tiohin-' salted 111-2 a 121-2 do. 16th. Sloop Hector, GoId(St. Francis Hutson, ;LieuC Geo, .C- Hotter
\A ** *
I .in'I he city of Savannah, and its vicinity,t juy," about the authorship of fugitive lard (Ib) 6 a 10 scarce Marks. Hffnan Hick Jboraas Jlili.Wilitajn :'
: auil the practice allowed by usage, of of- Molase9tm town gal.28 a 30 scarce /
ft'rtl\g articles! for sale in the streets of the news-paper essays, is more Pork, mess inspected 14 all 1-2 sales CLEARED./ Joiner, Charles J. Jenkins

i I <>'U'f onlnat: da}'.. We* are"aware, bow than flesh and blood can'bear. Ithas prime do 13 a 13 1.2 :do _, OmittedJuly .Sd- Scbr. Two John" .Inn t1.Jno:.&'Jam. t-lBnerarifjrHenry.Kopman ;
i wny mtel't'Ststomblne in opposition to absolutely given me the prickly -cargo 'do noneporter Friends, Montanre/New-Orleans; No 1L
-Loc1ge 1TZWm l.ofti
I the entire sian ofthe Sunday trade, ,London, doz. 2J a 21-2 dull ;
heat. sir I
uppre Why lio'morei
care Bricks andUides the Jlaw.M .
Cargo, by John F. ,
.I ..lodbow difficult it is to enforce the law i Philadelplua, bbl. 5 L. 6 nominal ,
who wrote Piquem Memor Cato .John: John'
to rti fullest trxtent yet as.. we' believe nice, (lOOIbs) 3 a 3 J scarce, master. / > : McQoin. McGregor
" the practice of) offering :articles may be lIed Short, and the whole ,alphabet Sllgar.,.L on plantation"UT. none.. -.tbt SIoc p, Herald, 'McCIoud, Epa''s Meigs 3, lm McLachlin, Alex-

prevented and.as it is in violation ,of thispiritrifn6tbf of signatures) than, 1 dpjwhich do. in town,' 7 1-2 a 81-2 scarce MobileC'argoboxes Nuts, by uMoorJohnIoZ'pfttJOS1 G. Mo
the letter of the law, ye side of aiToysterjies Havana white.. .13Ii '15 and' box blankBoojsSbyStone Gjaer, stn1r Thomas
of the uppermost. .. Fihlay)c RilshLon, 1 1oor John'JJomv Lieut.G,A.' M aD.
I r qutstpai tlie:thoities city, St. And w's I : r-- brownl a 10 scarce '
Bay. NfabettSch.
end to it. when .5c N Joseph Ne wtoo,a nrr.O'N J.'
take '
jneans to pUfan -J a.f 18, a'"SO scarcer
have just animation. :N. c P-PelteT' I} n'CJWieS; dar
i, enough to lump ,- i 16 ..alT scarce, / TomShield Forsyth., 4$
/I Being m regard to the.PresSdeotia. : saunter 'forth. in the; 'cool 'pf the. Soap,'Castile,(Ib), 9.2ai2i: ., ,Orleans. ,..Kr: > -, .Cha1cs' ,4 Pindar JohftProTOv.R ., ': _
; ; Daniel Si t '12
c' Roy > Edward
1 '. ueition. asitM ere.oat'of,tlie world,Kavij day, I desire no questlpnpqkejd at -.American,Nol '8, I a' 0:dull ./, '- -r- 3 ;RM4ll!,.r .n; mIeJa

. toj*-no'- vote, and' 'rioit biTingfvanit feuo me, which. I cannot: answer by a --- :,. No2. ,6, Va ,6i12o1rc av2 3dull t THEEUBCRI1RER. ka.. .-. .. _, "

' tgLto suppose" ,. &tIi 'our humble.' bq w, or l1'mpnosyllabl I ,tivm'Qs't." Salt' ,-'Uve'1blowj.&ck,2' msReeiedW-eI1e. arrivals" the S Johrv. ;t ste eJe, 'IJanielH5 S1a4wckr. -
*- i "M' ft"3w k" (" -grotiwttlo 21-8X2i do. i m
IOflJdo"yo'ri.: do when m oai-Jph Star:
Ix 5tecvea4
theet thifcjor am p
might contain, for or against USk '\ ,
rurkll,1abnd'bl4" former.stock,wMch. be'wUl idU1; jbr. b i ttJJtt'ItlY'M, ,' ,
I .u candidate, for ,the, h1gbeft"roffie! : *in' absO1. Iyfrying, makes' 'me fid gitvc& mj d erin.hair (Ib.) ,14al6no dcm.bavecII ..w :. 7t YT : I "U du I ,
; ih.btes .. ,i 1J'I'lf. the. *":,sets roe in' ; 'Y1 a:2GYdo.\, .j. I .
girfoTtbe' 1eoftl 1Jnit ) a ; : '
6 e :100 -Whi:8k: .: i4 j.'Wi lit-,Wi
ba' rrsott pect.flafle. -iudg :.then'J sibat In'ust .1iufl (skin)'S2i 3 iO / 'o -
ve ; f ; eO. Wa1toi Welch. '
p .co4c1 lhjtuencepn the : cbear do 21a87l-2do: \ .IQO'doOhloFIour .' ., ; uq
L. t gt nd pai&n .c:have.tPt suffer, whi i. a- hble: Tplleyplirpnseiise'is ., : j 'I' 'Roiitbe1I .. }
: JeTelleiatme' Tall'IW; American, 6 a7 "" sales x 0 pieces Scotch Bagging. ,: ., *- .
.1tsil IntiatoMi did4e'pT alouiicrij1iI /J'ox bee: .':" 30 32 Ales .. '<
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;, ; r : '; them oneanoTherpqt; ; 'themselvesWhilst : I Ii dcrm n'of..thiicity.iIYlcl'diIi41e.: : ; ", next, to fiirniih tiiyemigrani Jfltm'da ,'" .'I' + '--'- .h J"QlJ,- ..fr ," '.
\ ,&0"-tlie Kentucky Gazette. ; wlinance of dielfith Indian with" provisions tor one. ,' 'f !--I iJJffgl1it' >
1 o, l ;.h' !ofoperatoiyand; 10th ectidn orthci \ year j
.. :EfFA'MILY BIBL : added I October last having'made it the duty of; 'commencing the 20th day of September -'ffiitif/llldatlpliiti. "8 l'df > 10'i} :
writhing'with pain .
the.fond recollection '
tibw'pt "
pleasing The 11
4 ,. nrulJy' the'Constables to visit and examine every 1 ensuing1. supplies required arefreah > ', ,
to their :torment, by exclaiming lot within the limits of this City, for the beef salt and corn or flour;. the ra .frot&Wcw.'or1dns: ,

youthful, connections and innocent "Patience gentlemen patience(you. purpose of promoting, cleanliness,. they tion consist, of one and a quarter pound 40 Packigcs, Dry .Gooik. ', : -
, ;. Joy know you promised that 1 'sh uld were'so'ordered to'proce c:1.' The Mayo, of beef .one quart of corn,or :an e9U1v>-- "

t' 'Whenblest.withparcntaVadvice and af.fection have my frolic 'too/ however, conceiving the object :'one of lent in flour and salt at the rate of. four 'CONSISTING

| .. : -- -: .7' :-__::- : F-TiYI great importance for the wclfare-of the quarts every hundred rations. The a- hOtESL'IC-plaids and stripy
Surrounded with mercies-with, peace : community, accompanied the constablein mount will be from 2,500,to 3000 rations .R_, SbIrtigs, sheetingchecks&tckiig ,,
S from on high from the smallest to the .- v -
the performance'of: duty and ascertained per.day,varying ; j< ,
t, I still view the chairs of my sire and..my amend an ordinance, to roue a revenue .'that,.the proper measures had largest amOUnt at the option of the subscriber .Superfine!j.nd low priced ebtbv I.

., + mother, : in the.city ofPettfacola, patted 29th December been attend ;;.t, except in two or'threeplacesoaJvIB upon a notice of'thirty days; 'Cfessiineres and i sattinets ,

$ I ,_. The seats of theoffspring;' as ranged, on 1822. : ) regard 'to which, orders pJac l'f delivery St. Marks,..Tampa 'Bay Ladies white and black 'cott's's,'

each ba ode 'b'And ," S'CTlOl', were Isottrdjiih 5 cbmplianc with the 'a- and such points as may hereafter be designated Gentlemen's white and marble". .

that richest of books which exceltM m R it Ordained by the Board of Alders, bove nverrtibned ordinan.e. This is therefore within the Indian boundaries I' a hose, A, .5

; ev'ry otner-. I JW men of the city aforesaid, that for to fttMbticciolhe; inhabitants ofPensacola.thjil constant advance of two' months supplies Cotton anti! worsted tujpenders,

} The family Bible. that lay on the sta'nd.CHOBC8. the present year, ami annually hereafter, Uie Constables wil Irenew will exacted, & the articles must ExtrarMiper printed.cambrics &na&t

f It .the there shall,be levied and collected on all the visit every two.weeks and at the same be of good.quality,.or they will not be re lins fordre es beTi & ion7bWl:'

Thc old tashion'd:Bible, dear blessed houses and lots.the, property of persons time to require eVery good citizen individually -.I ceived.-Persona offering to contract. articles'. r ,. S ',i

: Bible, residing within the corporate limits a tax of ,not to neglect to imprt- to the will make the offer in writing sealed 9-S and 6-4 cambricks'and Jacccntk, '

: The family Bible that lay on the stind. thirtv*seven and a half cents, on each 'one publicauthorities any aOl1;every information and' directed.'to me,'stating the rate at Irish Linens assorted, 't .

hundred\ dollars of the value'thereof.1 which may come. to their knowledge which they will furnish the entire rations :Linen Cambric"hfcfs.nuns threads

SEC. 2. Be it further ordained,' That on with respect to the object ot, cleanlinessin .I or either of the component Silk and Merseilles.." 'vesting,, > ': .
: I. That Bible the volume of God's inspira all houses and lots.within:this city, claimed general, as one of the most important I parts ; the result of the offers will ,be .BrownH"lhnd i i ji pt tf

fJl tion, or owned by any person or persons not' sources of our expected prosperity, and made known, application to me,'at ''Engllsh.ln ,Bandana&flag hll

At morn' and evening could yield us resident within the corporate limits,there the most sure mode of preserving the the Territorial seat of government,. near .CottoniFlagsTahd pocket hkis; rNankin

f-' :*!, del ghti shall be levied and collected a tax of fifty health and existence of their families and Tallahasse: or the individuals whose of. 'Crupe dresses ,figured,

**xs'-< And the prayer of our sire was a 'sweet, cents on each one hundred dollars of the friends. fers are accented will! be nctified of the, BlaclrItalian Crapes. ,. ;. ,

.1 *' invocation, value thereof. P. ALBA, Mayor.Mayor's same through the medium of the Posl'Office .Leghorn'hats, f'. -

I. ':: For mercy by day,. and for safety SEC. 3, Be it further ordained, that Office,Pensacola, > :-The most unquestionable securitywill "and,a,variety of other sapkxid fancy.& g

I P f-J through n ght. there shall be levied and colkctetl the ApnJ'3d, 1824. 5 be required for' the faithful 'performance I,; : f. '-ticles.T -\ y--*".5

:. .r" Our hymns (thanksgiving with harmony present year and annually hereafter,' on jr. BYTIIEAYOR J S oi'the contract; & to prevent delay,it 7:cases ge t1emen' and .faoj's,dza !

''t. '. F swelling all shuffle boards nine-pin is expected that the proposals will be I .black! beaver& castor hats of
'J alleys or ,
; .;.. All warm from the Jieart of a family generally known by those names A PllOCRAMATION.IN accompanied by a statement of the security latest fashion, ,
,. :' band. one.half the tax on billiard tables, g5. '' compliance with the 3d section ofthe intended to be 'fl(red. 2 cases fine.cutlery, &c. table knrffcj.
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: .t" Half ra'd us from earth to that rapturous On all lawyers, Physicians and persons of the 16th of November Wm. P. Duval, and forks, : .r.,

: .: dwelling, "* holding civil appointrnentundcr the 1822 which is as follows; "that from and Pen-knives,scissors, razors, DStd!.

general Super't of 1ml. Affairs, and
: Dtscnb'd in the.Bible tbat the .
: lay on after the 1st day January next, every ..&C. Sec ,
: or territorial! governments, except Governor of the of Florida.
,Territory ,
:: .' btand."i privy within the city shall be of the 2 bales Osnaburg>
Notaries I'nblicand Justices ot tIle Peace, Pensacola June lst1824 13-7t.ar .
,i I";> : cnonrs. not being lawyers, ten dollars.On depth of not less than three feet, and ( The Charleston-; Southern. Patriot '20 pieces.cotton Bagging*
'4'i the proprietor of every lot, on which S ALSO S
all holders of real estate of the ta- and the Orleans liaz'tt-, are requested to "
: ; : Yet scene tranquillity[ long have vrey there shall be a privy of a smaller depth 50 barrels Iiiske
lue of five hundred dollars or upwards, publish the above until the 20th of July. /, AI
.t' l lfted, shall, forfeit and not exceeding do "
riot paying a store or other license, one pay a sum -, 7 ,Idafsugar, ,
: f' >; l.res ftln-ost gone and my par'n to dollar. g>5f and the Mayot herebv author AN ORDINANCE, 5 <|r.casks L ;iP.Teneriffe Win( .

.I',$ :. ,1otTrn.e, i On all free males of the age of twenty ised, from and after the day aforesaid, To prevent pfofile-from bathing in S 1 p.pecogacbrandy, ... S .
sadness live broken heart.
and I
I.t Jn
'f I '.'Ii' 4 sorrow one and upwards 4not subject to a- to cause SUCR privy to be cleaned out, 1 do Peach brandy
Ie 'f cd, I- dollars. and deepened at the expense of such the day time front offhe city. i I.4o'giJl' ,. ,
; nyother tax. two :
;! ,,. .i Jt nd v.uidcr unknown on a far distant I! On all wearing or carrying'word.cAncs I proprietor, and award warrant or exe- .I BE it ordained by the'Board.of' Alder 4 ,qr casks dryMalaga.r. "wine-
persons ;
J nitre. dirks, pistols, or arms ot cution against him for the costs thereof men of the city of Pensacola, that 15 bari'elspriine pork, .
any '
.., !.; itt. l.ovcin) ticult a(1carS3.'jour'spl'tJ- description whatever, ten dollars. after'notice, in a summary manner. No from and after the seventh day ot June, Yoitt k Hyson;(and.ityotJ) iti :;

, ; trrtioii, SEC. 4. Be it further ordained, That all i privy, from and after he 1st day of current; no person shall bathe in front of Can powder do.'in canisters, :. ,..

: Fcrgi. iful. of gifts from his bountiful taxes, with the exception licenses, shall January next, shall be permuted to the city; during th \day. time, between Coffee, u arrpour"soap, seetoll, ,eoit

H : Land; be considered due and payable on the first I overflow, or to be otherwise man unclean the Point V rducant aiid the Bayou de1aAguadaimd peras,,ulluin, jaaltijpe tre., starch ppp .'
: r Oh Jet me patience receive his cor- i' offensive condition and the any one violating this ord;. '.c.8tc \
: .- daof August' in every year, and if not } or ; pimentoindigp' ; *
rictionAi.c paid t on or befoe the last day of August, i tenant, if there be one, or otherwise the nance, if a white person of free shall 50 kegs paint;!white, geen'b1i4: .
: thii.k oftbeDiblc thnt lay on the I there hall be an additional charge often proprietor, of such privy, shall forfeit pay a fine of two dollars 'or in default 2 casks Spanish brown, -!
- i stand. t.ereof shall work at the public works of I ,"
: o'fier.cc 2 iron
cent. and pay, for every sucli H sum tons Swedes ,, -
\ menus.ri'.i per S.c.5 Be it further ordained, That on not exceeding 5 ; and if such tenantor j this city eight days, or if a slave,shall receive 5 cwt. steeIassorteL-, -,
-... -. ,- -- : ten lashes, unless the owner should
do not cleanse the .
r -. -- all taxes p 'id before the last tiny of marchin proprietor same \" On Consignment* l-
*:: ;. within a reasonable time, to be judged pl. a fine of one dollar. .
cnchear there shall be allowed discount
U.t Il a .

- biI'1 (7. meal .
50 barrels;com ,
% --_. ,- '. _.. -- -- of ten per cent ; and on all taxes of by the Major, after notice given to ;: F. H. :Nisbet, '300 do. corn; in the ear.. .

4 folJowing-anecdote is related paid before the last day of June, there that effect by an officer of police, the I President Board of Jttdffn&ii June 5th-'.13-&

shall be allowed discount of live per Mayor may cause the same to be done June 4th 1824.-Approved, : 10.

p \ in ilit history of painting' in cent. at the expense as aforesaid, to be leviedas P. ALBA, Mayor. '- ... ._. -. -. "oJ..'

* i Italy--'ln 1793, h 'PI ussian officer SEC. 6. Be it further ordained, Taat it : aforesaid. It is recommended to I. -\ NOTICE. .

.: !; of lilt garrison of Gylherghestalilishfd shall be the duly of the collector to dis-, every proprietor and to every teiiautol Mtre hail tlpuPowd r. t

'- -y an economical mrs train for all taxes*, with the addition of ten any house within the limits of tlus corporation Subscribers, agents f t ihe pro AIJL. persons indebted to the estat&- .

ofwliich certain percent immediately after the first day ; to avail themselves of this most, THE will be Barbier deceased are requetf,
migrants weicglud constantly supplied
M! September m each year,and in neglect proper season to attend strictly to the .d to ndake'immediate payment 'I'hO2e'baring
with this powder which has been highlyapproved
: 10 purmke. 'i lit-y observed thereof, he shall, with hissurttles. be held provisions here above mentioned, for Ic .r by all who have used it, and u any demands against said estate fdbdrefby '

: one) a ay ciii uld major of huzzaisvho accountable in all cases, after the last day that, by neglecting same we should confidently recommended to called, iup95 to: present the same-

: t \ UvS covert. civilh scars of of sa'd month. It shall also be the duty nttnict, or Cl1crc -, and desert events it. if not purchasers of; withbut delay;'ana til crt ditors, leg:1tees.and
\varrantedequal, superior
;i'i-? vo rids in the "seven years war,'* <,f the collector, within the. three first days s.t1uAr to those \\hict befell us during : any made in the United States and,far persons entitled to distribution, a *-

-, a'.l half liidden with enormousgicy of every mont! to settle with and pay I the summer 01 18' 2. ': above London Tower Proof.Fop sale hereby notified that by:'the 37th sectio -
the treasurer any monies collected. I The constables shall carry the 4.lid' of an act of the Legislative Council ofth

musiuchios The COD.erS3tirJH SKC. 7. And bit lurther ordanedThat provisions int.) crlVct ; they shall report by STONE the Territory of Florida approved 28th
.A. ii.
. 4 1: tuiiird on tiuels. A } vounj so much o the ordmance'to which tIlls i is any and every infraction thereof to the NISr.TJT. lOne 1823, entitled "An Act respecting..

mt I 6'l'Hlt-hu'Jt cornet began to gral!- II, an amendment as jsiiiconuuteut with th _Mu>or. fOr tUtt'remedy and the tine to be 100 Kegs Ur.t..Received..- """ ." .the.'roba.\ '4 Will: and the granting :ofLeu4r

*t in mi authoritative tone on the present,shall be and is hereby repealed. C ii!erced. 'June 5. :l3i= testin1ent ryartC1-tettcrs; of administration -

} 11. Jiisbel Giver in the, Mayor's Office at AN ORDINANCE and| the duties of :.executorsadministrators' -
: .
; how i
, ; : stf jfct. And you, Major, Peimcoh, this 8lh Feb. 1824. and guardians. their'

r many duels have you .r'ughtU- President of the-Board Aldermen.. P. ALBA, Mayer. To' rcw an ordinance,. .cstablia/i- Ltinis will bej barred at the expiration: 'I:.of'

: "None, thank heaven," answered Approved June 4\h, 1824, ing a $cavtngerc6rt."Jfc two years, unless, exhibited. within. the.
P. AlBA, Mayor of the,City. William P. Duval Governor \ \
By of
the old Imzzar, in a subdued voice.; E it ordained by.tb .,board of Alder- same. S '
Ctl fourteen wounds, and, Attest, the Territory o.fFlorida. fl J men of the City Pensae&a:. that an A. P. PIUtIBERTI I
havt N. S. PAKMANT1EK.
; PROCLAMATION.WDEKEAS ordinance passed and approved on the Site Heir and Legal ReprAPensacola iiJo
s; .' Heaven be praised they are not in ._ Secretary of the Corporation.BY 27th of May 1823, to establish a I" .Aven 26 June 1824 -16--8*. \ S

i.:: 4-1 roy back; jo thi-tj feel myself happy THE' MAYOR in!lslatJ\'c pursuance Co.ncil fan of the act ger's cart, be and the same renewed, so ".6'

,-; f. irt never having fought a duel I," Fionda* the 24th far as that the scavenger c.-.vt: thu to be JF'O'li SALE. '

. --. J1 PIZOC1 .qM.iTIO.Y' Territory approved reestablished shall ,'i .it each bOwith ,
:. ',.; "By Jove! you shall fijhtone with day of June, 18:23: Commissioners wertappoiutecl I .
$ in thii city, three times a week only, instead rIlth House and Lot' in Pen
i me; exclaimed, the cornet, reach- to select the most eli ibla and I
5TFIHK provisions of the 5th section of '
4 : of daily ?!* niuircd hv Ut: o'diiiuncc :icola lately occupied ,by
: jnt him : blow.Bui convenient situation for the seat of ; i ii ft
:! i across to give a r the ordinance of the 29th of December gov.f.rnmenl c.foresaid. Doctor'E.P. Steele on the easj
** : ,
.- ; : tliesacrilegious: hand did not 1823.. require of alper.sons.! subject, ot'thl Territory of "Florida and' 'And bs it further ordaineu, cfat this _.. !it aide Palafox Street-The house

'- : ] touch' the old l tuustachitts. The to" the license tax. to pbtain from the the said Coimnissiouers have reported tome present ordinance shall take effect from and Kicthenare'large and,.well'finished -

: -, .JSiajor ajitared, grasped the table clerk of the corporation of this city a license that they have selected a scite in int the 10th of this montl until the last day one room of the"house'is well"fitted' with
. which shall be i "on the view County Gadsden, situated"about a mile
given of October .
Mext, and that the taypi haJJ Shelves'&c. store; the. situation fo*
assist him in when southwest from the'old deserted
to rising an. of the receipt of the treasurer!' The: mo fields of '
1"1 contract by the nxmth with'the l lowestbidder 6usine exceHeht and the title jndisputt1
t.I. : unanimous. cry. was raisrd- 'tie which dictated this provision was to Talhhiase, about a half mile south of tJeOkelockonYJand and.that the.>mount. shall be paid table. '. ,. .

1Lk. c rhuic herr taabrDonr /" establish control over ,the,collection of Tallah&se trail, at;*. monies in the } 1eit-
outofany treaaury not o- I /:. ext, two. houses :very c."e.
where the old road is <
4 Mr. ." said tax, for the.benefit .of the contributors point intersected .
--- stir, Maj '1' All the Miull trail tlierWiseap jropriated.F. .f Fpf genteel pnvate families,for particulais'
by a runningsouthward : -
at Therefore the paymentmade ,
large ,
officers present SI ized the cornet; the erche'of H: NisbV. inquire
into the city treasury and the treasurer ly.In : the discretion in JOJIN.LEE'\VILLIAMS.
threw him out at the window! and **receipt for the license tax do not me vested by the said act, and,for the i in. President'Board of.l4'.1k :. PensacolaSfi'june' '$"" ;
1824 16 4tHE
aei down aan to the table as if exonerate the persons having paid the formation of the good people of this Territory June 4th 1824, Approved, t., . --

nothing had occurred.WjUW' tax-tiiey have' not complied with the ordinance ; 1 have thought'proper to.issue this I'0' ALBAj Mayor, T -Ei- '-- r -J fJ 4.-,

until they, have deposited! the cay;Proclamation,requiring tlie.members ]o'rnOffice- t..
1. treasurer 8 receipt into the Secretary office of the Legislative Council.of the Territory Tb '\ 8"Y er, 4 5 -i 1J.insacola,July lst,1824., .

I j Re1al1atio.Ationst the/arc- and taken regular.license. oin' the Florida; to assemble Rt the scite above Hat received, per tf&. tact ,mw/ from und commissioners beo- '
j4 ? .tit of Charles the Secont.. days secretary: paying! for the same as provTleclby : described on the eta) appointed by law Philadelphia.and 'u-Orer.m,,fU1 fill- tXi1; withui) epis-: "

: !i. it was the. custom when a gentleman said ordinance. for the next session thereof briny jfreik wfply if 8.Grocetics notiiyall-persons Florida act lJ' .
trict ofweat: P.t.b1 an
Given under hand and ; I
Te constables will shortiy.be.instruct my
drinks, a lady's health ; do.
u 'in
I: as conesseptited: act .grmtirig "
seal of the
the domicile j said Territory at
ed t" repair at oFevery '
her person certaih actual se tdersinthe: '" .
toasi way.of ooing nations to
: f43 gieathonour subject 'to the license tax, and ..de Pensacola, the 4th day of .
7 tA.
f ::' i'h j L,: to;thioxv some part of his mand tht; exhibition of regular license. ; March in the year of our Territory of Florida:! i'approved'the a c:1 '
li :
: Cincinnati -.au.thOrized
.etllB superfine Sour of )f 7it l.
i ; dress into the tire, an example.wh'u those who will not have wholly Lord, one'thousand eight y.\'I ',1'
persons examine all .
/\U'4 chevts hyson skin tea,& 6 chests required td rceevetc. claipv '.
".;:.: :, b 4It; !h his companions were bound satisfied to the 5th section as above "shall ando hundred the and twenty-four, ,gun> powder,imported 5th April aila tie: evidence' iir .support .thereof, .'

; : :' ':''i to follow, by consuming the same forfeit and pay the sum of t'entydo'iJar Independence of 1824. founded pnv habitation; and cultivation, of
of S the United States of America1 .A
to aixl for the'use the -
i j r' : article of their apparel, whatever corporation, the 5 barrels loaf Sugar, tracts of land,:town or.city lots,orout-Iota, .I
; .
6Ui forty eighth.WlLUAAiP.DUVAL.
to the section oftne '
I ,T-. I ..f' J'. it miiht b e. One.of his friendsIi conformably aforesaid.Mayor's ordinance ., 100 boxes porter, \ cider. by any person being the J a4 .of a .famVly ,. 'J'
12 barrels coppeTas, '. and twerit y. one'years;of age'who: :or\ .
I J JVI 1i fi perceiving at 'a tavern dinner Ofhce, "> By the Governor, S S the 22d ayo1: Jebruary 1819, ;actuallffnhibiusd ".' .

;I t; ::, I ,1; that Sir Cuarlts Se.11ehad] II' on a Pin-cola"Junt''1, 1824. > (10. WALTON, Hardware \ an l.Ctdtivatecl any trct of :

',;t: f.I. ..>er> !'Ich.' lare cravat, ,when heparaed ; ; P. ALB, Mayor. Sec'ry 1- 1 of tt.Florida.March S hind orlotf&c;; and_to grant certificates'_ ;,. .:
I'.." .1:1 his tots-, comiuittrd, hi, S Com l ssioner's Office, { 1 f -I---- 1:ton.American castings\ of.cbttCrmatiafila] : }extentol'640 acres :

I): : cravat to ihe! flames; as aba" -of rPcnsacola, April Ut 1824.: ,5' ., MARSHAL'S ,SALE. ,1 do..English .do. andUsoto'cceive.all' claims"with the '
.5 founded
vidence In of same '
't.T the claims and titles Court .Florida.Fcrnondo.JUoremo JL do awe ties iron, \ support : ,
".i : :: fering to temporary divinity, IL LLpersonshaving Sujieripr of West 7 S betweea
on .habitation ,and cultivation; "
.L 1 i L t 1 and Sip;Charles and the rest Of theparty tfr' to land, within West, :Florida, :are ) 'T ty virtue oi'a,writ 5 bundles sheet do. the 'FebrGilyjl819 ,<:a' the .ITtk: .

J do HEREBY Np'nFIJBli ,'V;. > k b.. of fieri' facias in 2do.steel1 \ surrended
'iJP. were obliged, the sam ?. \ 7 Jttlyb1821beiciwas; /s
assorted 3d 6d &T .
nails 43
I fruncuco Vidalf *).his case to'me..di kegs .
' The poet bore his loss with great that! the,session of the 1 hator. Commis* rected shall 'proceed to, sell. at Public 10 12d. 2Od. "" \ to the Umted:Stales' and.to repQrta41 abstract :...

;L.i( ". :J composure, observing it was a'I' >ners has been extendetl until the first: AuclionVfor. cah, at the Court House '100 doz.'knives and forks, '. of til,such:to Congress.' :The.officaof fr .; '

. : bu'. day January nextj and thai,so much off tVis '20,do. Pen and pocket knives the.;'Commisjfldners:.wiU *be open.. < !
t ;,; : goocj' jokr, that he would have : (Jour iii .city, on Tue day the 2d, dayofNovemberrfextbetween '
there of/thi ibO1men4ofl :
the law ias heretofore provided' for the,, S 20 do.. Padlocks,' eptio4 : .:,
the bours often
; 1.' as good a, one some other time. I j filing: of'i(claims. prior to the 1st, day of. A. and. > S 6 do, coffee mills -* chums,'until.the: firstHbhdaV 3eptero--' ,;<-1
H. twn.1., "
.following :
\ :\. .'1t:: He watched therefore an opportunity )December;;1823 has been repealed, and S ;, v z':7Gne ICorlo\, \/-No. 2'io, .10 do..brass candlesticks., '- b' r.neXt, and the.'timc'fOJ';tbeire xiHnaP :. :

4 : v tr' i < ', when the same party .was assembled the time extended to the first day.of Sep.itemb'er ., property In this Clty, >eihg situated upon.the'street .ilO'dp,' pocketbooks,'. '. S ? QntirthI' st da1bfJ n VS?l825, ,-, 5S '<

,tk : jJ .:\ I on a subsequent occasion, 1824. ..A cfonns not filed before leadingto; th. .sPr1ng. .and adjoining'the 1 do. patent,sauce 'pan%. .V S JosEP&eL2wrn'rE; l.:'Cbhains,. ;,
that'limei han be held and deemed 's'oidandof'n C FN LUCKE'1T. .5r. )
li ; lot owned SUv 6do Oarolinahpes, ;,. \
j ..anddrn.ing otTa bumper to the by Obn'Jerrisou-and 800trjen $ ." -
it't :; .
} : f 'f i '! effect. The'qffice,will be 0 1 box '" 'YIV : : -
:tt.., I liealtli of Nell Gwynne or/some orther '. : of landisitQavetl upon Pasa.del India planes, M918etsy.- .." ?
: *
: penon'.Monday; : next ; claimants '.are requested : the Yidal : :5 doz carpenter's .
6f ,
,thCJQ1'ty' said -all of hanunewu''f- >
1i '
\.t ; "
I r t beauty oftFed4y. he called;; to punctunl in their attention which will'be sold. to' satisfy this S 20'd "m61et.' : \ v.u' .{l' iS'f.'. ',
execution. '
: ; r.j the 'waiter and tooth..ip theeximiuationvof their claims :las the 1 % 4 j- ',. ;:* .
::1 1r I'; ordering a .-'tta ; 6 do. draw knives, ? -S : 11/ r.t -5 :
-S dssol
f'1 :;; :;J. : drawer i into. the' room, whom he, commissioners are determined" to take --.5 BENJ.< WYMAN, M.'for' S 3'boxes No.'10 cotton cards/. ..'. mHe'. .1t: gne4. yj t'i foria5 T q .

: 4t tb" frad, previously; ,brought.to the favcrn -: them up.Jii i the orderi; jrMch they; are S V.SEBUEfci: ; ; Marshal:'W. F. 2Obagsshot, *- ? V ; : :' '. ; 1 theii' cw ptnetlhmt,,' of..800t.Qier ;!
their: csistin ; rpjensitu I
arranged py the Secretary:.;* ,'. July2di824u-17-4in4rn.- 20 kegs powder' : ppiat3o j '
), :!kr. for the purpose,' made. him SAMUEL ft. OVERTONO -tvith allt% ipyteUtj'thCC" :' 1

' ; :i ;: i1' L tlratj a decayed tooth which. long'1 f S 'JOSEPH 'M.' WHITE '" > C _ars.i O'\l\e.t. ; : G ate at Uor h&'efth#'Ba'bt-,G6yeAifortber -" :;

\: j : : Tbe CRAVEN LUCKETTAHUNfEHSecretary .Dry o4 sj.; S ,diSt n'ab1 J1 il S r MO \
; r } had plagued .hinu .* rules: uf, ,. ; I'. >...., .
V ; The SundyScloQ1'inthis, Place,willbc.continued Ilia ungeccsaaiyitsgive \ .oet -_
then | force : ,
i 1'1' I .4" 'good-fellowship '.: Jnf ,, t usual;at'the..court house. 1.trunk hale brogahs, ':T .'-'jt.tf..J 3 t caption-thtW,.. '. Mitispresa._. ,/ ';-.
? clearly required .that evei. y'bnri'.or Mail 4.nangeme ht7 at9 5,packaged dry goodsr v'A .: tv .rUt '
t ; I veryl\1nda.y..JVoining tq'commence 9 W WSlS *:.,.' !_ A. 4
51dremitoolscap ,
':: : ,
I'. : j! ,I '!he company ,should have, a :tooth flUEoi1'hursdsy.tXOA.M" .. 'o'clock A. M.'rA' errnon will alseiead. .paper. : .. .- .t>, '\IfU VI'.tbiE' eA.' n .wspUl ur.UIt\-. ,

drawnralsolbutthej'! naturally l1 l-.,;J Clofes on Friday atl P,'M.' .' : ;: every. unday.evening when :there is no '"10 ,0. l"e. "ddr "S: .0.- .:'p--'t c .., 1 1 p iV U tViU86'ftri d a tti i ;J

)1 f, J t. ; that Sedl I : ', : preac mg'at; b.alfput o'clock.: ..:' 4'b6xeswbol, hati, te ':t I ; I..' C 1jt. ;'_ lCif\.i #: !: .1"\

.: : expressed ff; hopr y I J' : : i .;JtObCItMflCbeUL : "S :. ; f&Be j T 'W1man. -- u.?- 2. {r.e .I'NLo1. :: (* nPil14S t 4'c' ,* :JJJ'I1Jf.ER1I: ;
$ oldnoFLwsp unmerciful. as to f ; '* :' .t. l f/lI.M. tt. r&Ju ,. 'i. :$c3r.-5L.%. :, 5 4'S..; : 5 :;."'. -H.* A'.T'.iN'. :, 4-. : ,,. :S bA1PUT7LV. .'." '1 .t' .Lf, i.g" .(
::t. s c)ftrte tho' law.. t,. "c'ertoJi L w'.. r : "' March.; Wth 1824. _, .. .jti +! ', naJW' e.I J.n. i." .\ -c ,.f. ,,..

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