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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 24, 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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11 )) LTS1I qiiT'-SLTwtDAT In th flTccof the Tirst Audi* States. without"having*. made the I It'was resolveoi <:fclu6 Ribbon'. rk, :' Setfahts liad toBy J -11
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1w.ll&SEbL KU&T: 't6t.f', n :messenger, at a-compt: '' ec rat wqaiVc i' the first should'b t'.; .Next S i dajr tb e.f MisTsChesters iSs. i P"'i2aE T"i'!1. CL.ihelt.k2e .:> 3" ._

. < ** -:1D flC-1'P ,s tioll\q\: : exceeding e! ".M'.: _: ohditioKCbf ht:first:section, of the' 'ivere'tcitrfupyt'wai E at d'br'tnese were" obliged to +- .
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fl_ the&tv* J 'tplfnyed St tn. died dollars $er annum.; :* ... I act to which, this ;is 'addition for af':the' mcctrngVhjch \vlks'h Id, wait 'so -jnncli upon' the ladies,

.- "lbscIiptioii Tire doll-irs a )'eL?in'"dtf- : In tle 6ffice of ihCv Se p ;:4q tHrce 'yearsprevi9ustohis! admission 1' and tliey came- .every one of the ttiitmoire,, were ecess ry. A'nd _

'I.1JJl.dfcrtis.mcpts..inserted'atOne: dltor, one messtnger'atpensatiori 'a c : PrOvided f:aucji :alien, sh'all.i !oinfofks. admirid their appca at Jim lit dajrlings, 'after' being'
lines under for "
joll:1 for every twelve each or ins r- not ,cJtpeedibg 'seven. make the '.declaration 'requiredlliercin nc :j'; the btfaux 'were 'in an' exta- screVed.np a few months, were __ _

the first insertion- subsequent* :4I hundred dollarsperafliuth;; ;' at:the' time:of- his or he4 tyd.tweItycyes.: w i-e upon'the ready for a visjjtto( 'their. fine .city

gfyCefltS. .. _, In the office of the Third Audi* admission''f; and:sh'all .further -declare elegant blue sashes, ;all'the while.TKe.subject relations.. They went. The next .

II// ;oro.ic mcssenger, and, 'as hit nt; on 9 oath,.and prove, :to the ,became a, common summer half; aidozen returned the

:. s corajensation,; together,, notcxcee'ding satisfaction, of,the COurt.tbaf, for topic .'of ,conversation.The ld'folkl :risitnd the: yo young ladies anda

I one thousand and :fifty. three jears. nlixVpreceeding, it, 'scolded,:but the 'rest'were all gen\leraan .quartered- thVHpllotfJ

i dollars per annum i'. '. has been the-bona'fide intention delighted':' or, jealous'. The Miss ; arm:all ihe'seasoti ;": '

In 'die,offijce-of' tHc Fourth, Auditqrone" such alien ttfbecoio' ''citizen-- lof Chesters' happened,. :however, to Mr.,Chester! now found the :crisls -
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mcsseng -r, .at a,scompcnsation the 'United'States :and'shall, in all run': the .roast at home. Their conic" ,jtippn Him. 'He \vaadreadfully ,

exceedingv -vcn, other, respectsr-cbmply with the kind father' and mother never- I l- .iijvjolved,'going'behind

tiundreddollars-peawiusn.; *;. '' laws in regard to naturalization. crossed ,them in ;their_ wishes j'arid ha.d on every.:.side-ruin'just be-

BY AUTHORITY. In the,office of,the, t"1f.9H auditor i .Sec. '2. And be tlfuritier enacted l, they"soon discovered that their", .fore. him.. Ht roused. up' He .

afct authorizing the employment of onemessenger1, at a compensationnot That no certificatVs of citizenship, splendid blue sashes, were entirely was, .a sensiblri. man, and the 'se;

additional\n clerks and certain messen- exceeding seven hundr d'dbl. ;' or-.* 'naturalization* *, ', heretofore- '. 'otitained.frora tp > fine even foe:their Sunday ca- quel shewed:that he had an :ener

cers, and assistants, and other pcrapns. lars per annum ; t any Court of Record litoesl 'They soph thertf re'ma'de getic.soul., ,He first mon gaged

in the several depart nts. and In the'office of.the: Treasurer, ; 'withintne United States,.shall.be their appearance.injTiewlniuslins} as !hU half of,th.e place, &. paid all his

lie it enacted by the Senate of the messenger, at a'compensation! deemed valid,in:consequence 'ofan Kite'ias I ',SIOW..Ch ter's longsighted .debts; then made, one sweep at the,

House of Representatives not exceeding seven hundred.dollars omission\to comply, _'with therquisiorpfthe neighbors took, ,thc alarmat waridrobe of the young ladies. Away ,

United Slates of America in Con- per annum ; fir t.s 'ction' of the this, and began closely to inspect ,*ventmusins,"and silks, ,and -

r:88 assembled, That it shall be In the office'of the Commission' act, entitled "An act relative to evidence their accounts. ',with the hi- laces, and. gdld| chains and 'servants -

fawfulfor the respective Departments er of the G ri"ral Land rOfficet one .in cases:of,naturalization," therto thriving tenant of 'Hollow : and thifcJHrhole'establishment

hereinafter mentioned, to in messenger and laborer, at a 'compensatitinytogether passed'the twentysecond day of Farm,andto: 'watch,the pfogress of .offashion."" : ,td t .hpgkiea' ) I' an4i ':., .

employ the following Clerks, ;not exceeding Marcliy.one; thousand eight, hundred -: tliis'newf digger'witfcpeculiar .vi entreaties, and fainting"fiis", and.,.:

addition to; ,those authorized, by I eleven htfHcTrc tf' iptififty. dollars '" and 'sixteen., ? ". gilance. :Chester',land will grow I frowns met .him.at every step ,he.'. .

idttlng laws',.that ia.to say v per annum ; t : $ Sec. 3. Jind'be i/urthcrzdcted, poor, said they, for it will soon accomplished, every item of his *

: In the Treasury Dcnartment, .' In the office of the ,Register ,of ,I That the declaration. requijed by cost him 'more to:dress his daughters plan, and the girls ate their '.

one clerk, whose salary shall not: the Trcasury one messenger; and the first condition [Specified!in' the than. to keep two' or ,three Christmas ,dinner in linsey. frocks
exceed the sum of one, 'thousand assistant :together first 'svctior the ;actXtofehich yoke ,of oxen. and woollen stockings in
hundred : at a compensation, .- f. : : tIt as .daylong -
a one and fifty dollars per i not exceeding'one thousand : this is an addition; .! ba1Jifthe" was,not long before the young past.' The, Chester ,familyowe

annum ; I and i fifty dollars per annum,;; same has been bona:fide' mdde before ladies saw', as-they, stepped smart it to' thia circumstance.wholly "

-In the office' of the Treasurer!, In 'Ihe.oRice: of the ,Secretary' ,of the Clerks', of either pf 'the ly'before the glass f that their bluestOckings that this day they,own'Hollow-

one clerk, whose salary shall 'not: 1 AVary one messenger, and ass st- : Courts in the said condition looked', 'shocking with Farm for the.:old man cleared, off
exceed the slim of eight hundred named. be valid if it had :white dresses. Fine white the -
ant,,.at a. compensation together: i ) as as 1 the rnorgagefandbought' the.Qth-'
dollars, and one assistant to thechief not exceeding one thousand and, I been made"before, the. said Courts, c tto1i'o es,were procured from a .er half before ,he died.
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clerkVIIOSC' salary. shall .not fifty:'dollars per nnumJ respectively. : j distant stoVe" The.fath'er.'was delighted I leave my readers, glean from
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exceed the sum hundred. .In the"ojBcV of; the Paymasterpensaiion 'Sec..4. An& be :'itfurh!enacted, : with'the attention his girls story the moral it is intended .

dollars per office annuht; t1ftWAu T itor. rt'lItt'a.oein'e 6en r'at'a coin- That declaration by ''any alien, I attracted, t suggested himself 'convey. ., ,

In the whose oft'be :not exceeding'seven. bun being a free white I person, of his : that" plain check'bonnets appeared From the Washington Rep u6Hcan.DARINGATTEMPTATMUR.

one clerk, salaiyshfticot.ixceed dred:,dollars annum ; intended application to b& admitted horrible:on'. the top of such lady- ; -
thousand four "hundred !
one '" :In the office ofthe Commissary a,citiren of the 'United States, 1 looking, figures as they had ,be- DER.

dollars, and two clerks sljaU,nvfipse I V ln'St 'exceed salaries 'General, 'of Purchases! one. mes- made in the manner and! form prescribed 'come.;:".XK";'cjDiipIe .J of "nice ,green It is seldom. indeed, that we are

respectively,1 thejusanCcpe nilnclred .s g ri.t. a compel sal ion, not exceecung I in the'.first"'condition, spcrcincd : silk_ ones:were substituted as soon called ,upon to record a'moredare

- .cue ",*v" : .' '. ? .' seven' huudred, dollars per in the fiistrsection of the ,act as' they ceiuld be Jro'c tednd ing.attempt. Murder, than that,
._ fifty dollars, .; . $ .." a. I which made Col. G.
was
J : annum. ; 1 to which this is in additi, two; bc1'retheyere finished theglrJs on Henry
In the.Nayy Qcpar ce '. Irt ;;6fpce.orthe> Secretary yeLrs'befors.: admisslon shaH dis overed"that'' their leather shoes Nixon, on Tuesday night the 1st

- clerk thousanddpIfrs., who salary sjaIliot 'exceed*' % the; -NaVy? ineVinqsseh cr'.arid(t 'assistant be ;a sufficient. !:'compliance,:.Wfttt s ri bile1h ei '.whit stockings. and. inst. > It appears that he.was rousted -
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one : th said'cbnditionT'any+ :in 'thc : from Jhis qlejep, by a his,
-acompensatiqn, t I thing JiesJilcs could.nei.eD1Mc34totheirfcct.eMOiocco jfii rap at.
In the office of tKf! Navy Commissioners '
er't" ;no t'!exc c a' ..heo f 1)c1 s i d..a bJr.in..au.y:tu bseq uen t.ac tt .. ,wasnot a window.;; he "hailed' and receivedno
U>r.e.clcrV.8 salaries, .and;;,
shall, whose exceed, the- In 'the. offic"'of the Commissionrs : Approved May;26,,1824; tiiey must' have and they. were was repeated:' he hailed againandthe
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dollars* of the Navyi.one, niessenger atatompensa1ioh -- bought; % answer"t was, in a voice ,of
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. sum of one thousand ; 'not 'exceeding seven 'lI., -CEJjliAN"'i. Equipped now," from bead ::to caution, rather than of'alarm, "a .

annum In the; office of the Postmaster I -; *!'hundred{ j- dollarsper'"annum J ; ""* ,'From: "the Western t Patriot* feet,'their.little brains:were fairly house on fire;" After weighing -

f ulcIcrksYho ala In.the office of Postmaster TH| ;BLUE ,RIBBON.In ., turned'' eir aui\daiired them the circumstances, struck, Col.

ries General, : shall notexceed e :iGenc al!h one 'messenger,, andassista.nt -: I.,_. what we :of Ales ury call the more than ever, and, every. ":"young Jf. (as was natural ,enough,) that
respectively : at *. what'an'effect this'has.They it- :.some, atrocious wretch who
of thousand dollars a compensation, tog old time> ,say fifteen or twenty lady knows, ; ,
the
. sum one ; iher, hot exceecling one ',thousand: before fashion. with its looked in the"glass.and ad- ..wanted; to.'draw; him_ o.ut for SonIC
and clerks whose, salaries, respectively years ago i '
two ,
. shall not exceed the ,and'fifty dollars per annum ; bewildcringTtrain nameless. ele mir 'd themselves; they felt that .hellish, :p .rp qs He states that

of hundred dollars per. In the office of the Secretary'of, gancies had come, among.vis,,with they'Iookedpr tty,: & pretty girls after-pondering for a moment on.

sum eight the Senate,, ot messenger,. ,at a an all pervading mania,And made, aiways.feeV,a.. ttle,pzo d of their the course:, Jje ;should, pursue, ho

annum In the; office of the Commissary; compensation exceeding. seven many fine birds and a's. many lean beauty. One'day,'when they were rose,,drew on :his pantaloons, antic
I hundred dollars. < dressed'to out Sc show theirfineries. -, at--.took- his sword and:went, out..
oc go
our a.sio.nal.intcrcourse '
v General of Subsistence,,two clerks, purses, < I {
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shall In the office of the Clerk of the wi!i ithe cities, on"the coast, some Mrs. Chester, ,who had" seen ,On turning _the corner of his,office;
laries not
s together, House of ; three -:deal 'fashioti. 6Je 'life' in observed: the person standing a
Wb2tS the sum of two thousand Representatives, times, produced.: .effects, the progress a good 0 ,
-1- and fifty dollars clerks, at,a compensation not exceeding which might"afford matter her time. could not but.remark to Short distance from him'-he. ad

annum pert one,.thousand five hundred for many interesting taIe -. :P1'h'perseveing. jhmsbandhow' 'well shettiouglitrufflesqrgold vaiccd.towardshim, : and ,inquired .

In the;, Engineer Department' dollars each;;, :and, whose! salary .shall J hot'exceed "se- of'oiir' 'unassuming 'village. -- ch ins;weretm ehtion ejd: id'a1y hi.is-, you',seek. j The midnight niiir-
two clerks .whose salaries, ,to ,
: ge- 'hundred, dollars' :' wbulil Become' .the d reJ rep.lied;. pnly by snapping a .
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Ib ;'!bafftut cxceednhV Yurii of yen per annum.' The fathers of"the hamlet looked' 'l perj: girls "
' .Sec., S"iJ.ntl; :. (i"t41: enacted, 1igoodthanbegawth-: pistol ,at him. N. rushed, .upon.
ttro th, us:ntl' one hundred and fif- : at her, with so.jealous aiTeyci :and
Thah -tituf11ye J .' ed ,but m kI1'iIy 'loii6( ob- him, supposing thai he could dispatch
'ty dollars per annam ; ". rt tlOI1tju! excited. :gains /her such ;a pbwerful jipt .
' In the office-'of the Surgeon General hundred. atfd ., lurteen. dollars ; tidseventyfiv.e ',atfd: vigorous authority;*that jeclipns the' icle'a. ', gl ldtyih''g!. :as' him'with his' sword, before : -
'cents is hereby; he did in .his "daughters, ',a i lie could prepare his pistol for a :
j one clqfk* whose. salary shall 3 J.appropriated ) :whenever she appeared, She ti1i1eririgScowl.f a pretty '
far-one year's letter '.was 'secretyrwriUen, to ,the i conIatternptj. and just as .hlYa ,
:- exceed the sum of one. thou- compensation *\ They preferred; .
- skid, one hundred.and fifty dollars" ;for additional clerk\ In and ,for' good reason, as experience 'cousins in the i y-and:'the chains arm-;. ,s- :'drawn- .back.5_to give thel "

pernum ; the .Department .of the.'} ,yan: d ;:ha taught;the. linseywoolseyfln .i were"purchased. -jn' a long''credit.' i sab, the 'pistol was discharged. ?, 1

- Infcpfflce-ofthc Commissary' : for..f, additional, 'cl His ,in ?the tjie yillagejjpbih;:arid 'illJtVplaih The ruffles were,also,mrfde, tip- the:ball passed. th opfgh -.the ..rihtrcastofthecoatid'under .,

General'pr Purchases, th'l'cJ Ws,. .G ene ra.1 Ppst.Officej'.including/.the: :/ ,.and',economical. accompaniments. .When f all was 'ready,1'tKe :!girl i$ the
: ; ,sum pf,tune hundred arid ttuneendollars '.decked,;off in 'airtheir finer arm.which \ as>aisi d in the stabbing .
,. t vhcsfsalaHcs, together;:siiall not The boys wore :has 'and, w ere ,
ceed the sunvtjf ivee thousand; and twenty'-fiTC cent' jduefbV run'baeioot r t:andthe girVpuJuptheir dressed, 'in' spotless '"whiter 'with ;posture- ,the.blaze_ .from the
tra' clerkhireib the General : pistol.was so] .near:as to fire his ruf- .
fife hundred oll\rsp'ct annum ;' ;: hairwithl1brjatcOinbsortit "iheiijbluesashes:, & green ,bonnets, .7- '. .:- ;; ;,;.
Sec. 2. Jtiid be itfurtKer\enaeted\ .Post: .Qfficetiluring one ,thousand curl around'their necks. And I ttielr brbwri\Kair curlihg on\ tbciisboulaers ] ,fles'wJiich. fer(nearIyconsunied.: *:'t .."+ k

: That itshall bellawfnl: for the.offi- 'eigfft hundred ,and twenty-two, very well :remember; that 'once, '&4tbe coiilyhaIn: 'o f As I soon '!. :he:; '. xtihgai&hed. ftfel .

t I cell of the Departments to employ I!' and one" thousand::eight,.huudred' when, a Connecticut.
: in their respective offices, and" twenty-three. ;;..: ". _, ,. .in. the town with a' 'parceT ofjapanned'and : ,EC but half conceaIedbf: beau, wretch .somtLdistance, f wh\1., I'. ,

-t messengers, assistants\ and otherPersons' I H. CLAY j J flowered :tin combs,. ".tifurruffles., 'blushing with. ]>lcsureHhty running, 'until, 'fhe', had. :r,>4lfreiredparpf 'd'.-.l .J' 7.i.i.
the House of Repr ntati\'es. [ '
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Speaker tonturned :
( the old held. council and were' presented 16:.theirfatherThegood .:
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t ;, as follows, that is to sajr:: I :J01N'ILtARDJ; a '
d the
;R; In the office of, ,the Secretary /,. ?;Presdentott1iSenate f pro tempore.Washington1 ordered him to decamp, considering ; p1an's'thrpugli an4 renew I-- .
dreadful ferocity. Col. Y
y Suit one4,messenger, St assistant, May 25 1824 Approved: merchandize calculated' to' the' whole staged lojskcdVsad' a' ". .. r. .. '. .
: .af compensation ,not exceeding : : 1 JA>1ES,MONROE.'V demoralize society, by breaking momeut, 1 *v.ed"a'deeprsighj'. ,and not bee''whew Jito.I tr.kjiYe Ii :; .. :
T- $t {: 1fttk
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thousand'and- '
go plains
, fiftydolIars per ; upon : ;: 71, jl'f.). '.: l" j., .. .
l'.fti.iti.
.Anactlna erauditiiBnio[ "An act to ribbons .sac 'lorce. 'SSt' ..,"" ,' .' .
: annufto, ; : / .I' : neas and, simplicity,in dress. blue wbeivthey; both. E... ,
I bn .. esUtblisbin uniform i le'OfNathraUia. i"wo the thfewthelr'arat's'round : :: ,neck, dies to r'CaCt; $'t O1YtIW v..rj:." {''' -
a the Patent OIEic.ai m hit !tibn. l (I'to.;; repeal the acts heretofore, very preHy girlst J Juj that'< i.e .14 ': ,t. .'i,
;. \ ,., a V compensulibn. .nflez:.: :1 passed on,Uiat gubj ect." daughters of an honest: ., industrious apd'wep' 'overcpmeVy 'parental states ) :

it t 'ev ,n l hundred,doHar 'an'4encr' I _Be it 'enacted by 'the Senate and man, .whaKyed'on, } und 'was ;part' feeling, instead; icoldingi; ; 'biciflte.pot, r. "! 9'f; 5' J .

_ t ne rnen at" aco'ifipensatiorf"cryingfour House'of fRejircsentativcs of'the' owner of the/Hollow 'FaVmiv.receivet he. :,kissed'tjifinbothj.. .- ) Or 'praised'theirbeauty PPttrir' f' _' : + 1ij
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; Dt 5 United[States ofdmerica in ;Congrcsf Christmas' 'neat and toldl them,to reraepq-i -
: hundred: Jol- &jpne day-a : t 1 h ."
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; lars Per :annum| 1 f -. ; assembled, That, any alien, little'box,,:from- their cousins *in her..hisycircumstaticjes: }forhe :was_ wwvtiw.w- viy .".r jrw oi(: T atafe5' S': .-
doubtful
eoRke of the of free '\ ,and a Philadelphia containing severalyardsof 'alreadyiiitplvcd d' bt -O.D' their. ;-'r' -'
; Secretary being vhjteperon -
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.1 '.ahd rninotitrthe l of twent fiae.broad blue-ribbon, asa Account: J: t _1 '
, : nr),.one messcngpr. ; age t r (h.:1; ;.Sfci.m .- k.' '; .' ;
wounddaughtersliad rCJ1
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;. __ t.Slst whose. compensations one ycarsl: who shall havei' siiaic'd. .. 1Liofldaygift.Tb.e.wswa5' soon ButitterS 'w not yet '-" "l': i t ,''_'4 < ;". I.
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lber 511 '-8t 1 .i .111ie 'W-t United r.--;, Statesthree- -< ? abroad the ; ': "-! 1'\ .."\. 1tJ)1" 1., :
'i ll 'e :pne yerzrct spread :among: young t :YJXd!; : Jl&S. 'Ie'c" .t ." ": .rll :
- t1 l d.'ind"fifty' ;dollars 1. ; proceeding his *tri,1ni. t; tb? ladiea'of the.tieighborhbod, and.the -".. ; pne ng iflorc ..., ', ... t 1,. ..,' \'

1 j nu't: ,' "' .,, ,1'. :.""1' ..," .pera- ." age of twenty-one yeartt'ndtwho t fortunate;girls. theMiss: 'Cheaters, waS ueqe'4aryu; ".render. thetieh'ti1y me t;. '.* ... ., :g'10. E.Q.-.:) ; '.,, -.'
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1 ", I believe to be substantially the The, Case .of Pcez.-TcPhia| 11, t1i.f ;tt'at1 sW .perceiv d. bf n., i'd. i'fd,!t. :ct J:: itll.too" \

; same, that I received from the delpliia: papers' $ iake -loud complaints -, comifi4tnthc- *Keys; :opposite eri. ; << ] r:. toiC: rt-Ma$.jt' V

}; 1 i I Ii lips of Col. Nixon. The breast of 'against) ,the President forcondeknn&de the j>ort,'ipHth, oars'muffled... Ak : : ltbat"' e,_ a ..\ off1 :;; (,
: extending '- :to Pctfez,' ..lately they approached,. 12 men' were. -- -'If ., -I ,
and shirt were Htterally mercj '
!J- N Ts coat T* :! ? ; | latter
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'fcoat. AsHhe Pirates'came :f ;
cut into ribbons is a most striking 'Lb) !s4kacy. ,counteq'ln' each : the sentence ;
t instance of tht intervention The.. .ei .. :f !! } S\ flOtconferrecrqpieatdrr' up, .they were hailed, : :as rt:
,U.3 of an all wise: God. It shows that to be but'thrv.were-as: '.silent?as eJiih.A .- : .tt t'o_ ',Jn( nde "'b .

.. : .. there is a power on high to shield' I loosely e.LQneiiQr.. -.TKe facts' are, piitolKvas: :dischargediriltKeair, we.pelieve otht :.h i ti :.':

the virtuous and the brave. :as vel;are .I imofm' kA_ *di .that" ** thecoun/ ,,whetithe; pirate crews. .: .qfecharged dfroznthe'Same brc'
1 4 s It is impossible to speak in set fpf.'1 tb" Jr grisbner drew'up? .a a volley of musketry.. ',The battle, .he \\-iFipm, the IY.GI! :R 1

.. 4 terms sufficiently high, of the :fce- statement 4fr 'his case,. with was..Jbt"g IJ.. '. 'fli1lCfcnders ; of.a !etterdady-; "
b roic conduct of young Nixon. fie .the leffU' :po t > at\ Issue, that of the Thetis opened a ,brisk fire) Lb 'I- cola, May \4.: ., a.

1 exhibited an intrepidity, a boldness -. Judge Van$" ss,.one of the Judges which the :pir f returned. as co : combination'to, exp.

a noble' daring, which is seldom !. who'tried"!him' had no ,hesitation briskly, andithis. lasted_ for fifteen leJU. s./DI r1ct. Att \\

witnessed. in concurring. opinion s'iith.the. minutes! -when, the great guns; member r-tb.e4 Bar,,an4o: tJ '

. counsel that, under the peculiar well charged with'round and grapeshot ; : .t orn.c1s.r the C u'1.' Q3

DOMESTIC.. cJrctllnstancesof .the casej. it. .was opened uponthem, and es : an'affidavit, and wioj ,
j '; --:.. would not be right-to, lake the. life the3f'qu'ickly.made their.way: for; O obtained a rule'- "'

: Cane Hattcras Floating Light. of the. man ; and we should feel the shore.. 'On.following morning : jorSteele: ''In'' his _,_ 4
: The boat built for this servic'eVcnt disposed to concur' with Judge' ': .three of the pirates .were \ :cause why he .should ofS-

- ..' '\ to sea from New York on Van Ness in, almost any view I found 'dead on .the',beach, and during '. led ; aridlhe. charges fitey :

: Wednesday last. She is a vessel which he may take of a: case in relation the day* vebthers were takendreadfully .', were put, upc-*he..tt .
1 of about 350 tons, and has very to law and evidence. It v/cumied, one almost by : jqr' :Steele on .c opi'

powerful chain cables and ,massive thereforeat the entreatiesof cut in wjth a single : made'
was not two grape ; ; .. :a' ,motion iba\\ '\
p an'hors.Vhen, arrived at her Mr. John Edwards that the shot: bnthe2t.h)} one of the canoes to i '!proceedingshbuid ._, 'ft.

: : destination, she ,will exhibit two President yielded his pardon, but was found hi one of the Keys, to from the1 record, and J 't

lights of 12 wicks each, one elevaGO upon the solemn, and satisfactory almost torn to.. pieces, with four e lng.ln'hl; "defence to .

feet, the other 40 feet above : assurances of the- Judge and the dead pirates ii her, all. of .whom se : ::gfround of his motion,. "Wi<:

; .the water, and will be anchored i counsel that the life of the, man vere recognized as inhabitants .ofManzanilla. .... ; J udgc'iordered.him to sit do

: i rl' fathoms water, Cape Hat- ought not _to forfeited.. JV. Ad-y. ': \ *' ,.,-' f .Steile'insisted:that tbepri-\

4 teras light bearing N. \V. In foggy A suit-has been brought ,at. A- Algie.'ra.-An.extracl of letter; : was illegal,. and thit r b

f weather the bell will be rung lexandria,, before ,the Circuit dated Alg'en*, 2-1 at %March, 1824. ;: \- : ,ICat10n .of, his characterii',t.

; I at intervals. Court of'the United States, by the fromVm., ..
; [[1alt.Fed..Re/z.Junel8. holder of the ticket, for the &100, friend in Massachusetts. ,. says :- : by ,malice, he'had a rirtt(

.. Mca8k8.-A species of unusual 000 prize, .which':was,drawn.'in the.
:. 'malignity, called the black measles -; Washington Lanai Lottery ., a? Vice. Admiral, with, a variable t f ,to jwhich; every criminal,:.EOT.'

I prevails in many parts of gainst the corporation <;>fy ash- : number of ships, and from the. to ; t' is.cri eJ ,was entitle

New England. It has not been i' irtgton, the vender of the ticket : tamper of the parties, I.apprehend .c : : wal: pr3eredrby: the Court 4.!:.

:.. I' known in that quarter for forty having failed to pay the money, that the consequences will be very I.t -tolsii iowhi & on his Dot cot.

:' \," years past.-Iclem. It is said that a number of the i serious. On departure of the e \ .? ,

i The G'amjlus.-Some doubts I most eminent lawyers in the nation -t,Brjthh* onsul, I spread my flagover.atltbe V e 1''the .-Marshal to- -carry.M

:"'.11 are entertained of the correctness have been, engaged by the ', : interests. political as ; :d -I::)happened-'to iieet ..
'" of the information contained in aparagraph 0 I weij. ohal that he s' he '
parties. i sjper ,was compelle .$vajf?, and, requested'-i.
1 i published a few days PHILADELPHIAJune, 4.-Some r !io, leave behind, and they to- cc mpanr bimVwhicli, 1i,
; since, stating that the U. S. schr. wOIds: disrespectful of .the 'Militia ,'.have been thus efficiently protected ,a | conducted.to,the Cahboac, .

.::.i .- Grampus had lost three of her:officers having been,uttered by: ii 1 Li uten- from 'hijuryand insult) andheseinteresets.cdmprehndihe in : ld Spanish! prison,.: ,whicb "

'. t She was spoken off St. tant of the Army, :Militia officer) \ re ; e.te. of:.its insecurity,

': jt r Johns, P. R. on the 20h ult. all who was present', "'took offence : presentation of Austria;, Naples, been used-for-any purpose.Jte ; .

1:;j /. .f. well, and sailed to join Cora. Porters and, a messages. was. sent nd.aCcep- I Tuscany;and Portugal .houses to ; \ : last. '12 or. 18 months. and_'."

':i squadron.-I ted. rlis; morning, accompanied .! gar'dehs,.goods! and chattels' to receptacle- of'every 'tif'
,1 Another Inve1fl; n.-Mr. John friends the These facts have s : a: with
f' by their parties .metopposite 'a vast amount. "' ) th'-I xvalk in himj
: ;,! Babcock, of Portsmouth, R. I. has For Miffii'ut" ,' The 'Lieutenant ,only tended to deyelope the, \ ; : ;.a pestilential and: 1 oatExww_

,. : f invented a plan for generating had his thigh broke at the strengtirpfmy'l credit: here,' which, : osphere,assailed the org cf-.

: steam If high temperature, without first fire.. 1latfcrs"cre-*" *then. 'ta adjusted I was. Before ignorant of. myself, to 1t r was.compelled; tf re :'
i i.; the use of a 'oiler-and has and, we hope 5.no further and ,not. to .inipaTrit, in the slightest I i .precipitately;" Soon aft <

r \ obtained a patent for the invention. blood may be shed ; on the Spending I .. degree. I have. been off opce several gentlemen '( bL->

.. :ij : t Id. election. Brigadier General. : to visitthe Admiral 1. the requestof .n! Jf4r4-r r!ys,'Major,!Wright ;..

m;:;tt r' Frankfort K :-The Monster-, Gcnilemen. keep -your_ tempers thi:>> go.vernmentbut to no .'er- as, r and :Mr. Wyctie) ame: *(

.' ling paper mentions tha* a Mrs. and .keep civil tongues! in .your : fect. 3,: .. entering, were ''obligelfj

, ;:t"f j Richardson, who lately moved to heads. Odd!Hints, and .triggers, I ". The, prospects present. here wf 1fi'.example-i-ln: : abbutljii,

'. i that county from Bourbon, sholt why shoulcl. you' cjuarrel. ..Vole, is, that, there. will 'he ah affair>more afterwards,.the::'Marshalt-
*
:.' "i'; her husband, on Sunday the 29th "L than- : that of Lord Exnioath. ted 0'.c", stated '
serious
but do not fight, provokeJto, l ,, and he had- ba'.
,
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; ult. of which the died on Tuesday ** I* -rn Vu -I -tBy ." "-
:.: g 1 1. 'bt88'-; ; : uiii e'd for three brs, EKf
', The has been ---- 'n* : .
,! following. woman ,. i ..J\'a/ !e8 and. ,:IT.unis. A, para" not' mdrt'tUHfiey' had tt
.. committed for trial. We have .' JlORJ41.G. ,". graph1 in the, 'Boston Palladiumstates | a -Tbe Mahi"r, ;Urnid $>:
.
:' heard that the man wanted ..the' ;arrival of;the: Cplossu' ,at thit a short time since, the, '!,'and in a ihort time broagk
: :
f, Whiskey, which his wife had secured -' 1hiladelphiaand.theEuphraesatNe ( King,ot Naples. gave, to die per- :'ijss ',c; mltatus,. on *\vhrai

p r'. undor lock keeping the key: ; I : w.-r or Liverpool dates vto May: sons'in l his: dominions,.' imprisoned f : < : (Steele' -went. into'Court;)

. j lie abused finally 'to'jbeator ,24tl|> and,London.dates, to. the 22( ? for political c thteoption.of vf ; : .ved; from BrackenridgeiJ
strike her, which she resisted. l s' J : : abusive
are, : receive. ; either being nfiti d"fr-life, or, insulting" repriina
.:- in the fatal manner just menti, ned. I o j : : ( fined 'g50 and I
Commentator.. Lord Byron, flied, at .Missolon- sent to Tuni.9.:=-They ail preferred'the ;) not havingibs

g'lii murdered inHenderson .
Walton
.
; Elijah was, thc 22d' ult by days ill ess. His :illness and.death i rdi g1Y.) ', At Tunis: 'they were ed \ I ed' ","but'. ,soill"arterward" : 4 rt-"

4 county of six calling caused the liveliest 'sensations of well received by the JJey', but .a : .d.. : .. '
; a company men, The Courts.of t # IJ:
; sorrow in:Greece. : (few days.afterwards lie. informed'

:, is themselves d have Regulators.been done T!}t.themost .ct Justice, the- Public: ',q.ces" and .all the,Neapolitan I- ,'Consul" .that,".as' *" it* 4. : new I journal is about. to b if'

.. 1" sa tq deliberate manner. he.. stiops.except those. for medicine,' .did not appear* any provision had: d:Washington 'CitZ-b
were'shut for three and'general been -tl1s : %
Regulators charged Walton with days a made-for pp.CJrto.r'bese-; :: Way' and ,Gideon, to ',
i ( '\ and he' could' Slave {
mourning'forS.l: ,
people, 9f' .
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attempting to decoy off a nc ro. i, : : : ; d THE AMERICAN )Iqw.
: the qrdered. by: ,the, authorities., ,By- them Jeft)o,the >ecessiiy'of. : .turninjgtUievM -! .
understood rcalcaJS it
But it ,
g was : ;[ be published on an imP!
rbii'fi donations to the Greeks. had eJha; ddi &r. of tneir his '
hostility
sued two of them was, for ''a been. ,very liberal. -n1;.' ... -f. );oveWmenWf: :.. 'Naples for 10,000 : -three times" a w'e .
hating
r..r 'considerable sum of money.* TJiiis .Por/.K:!c/.-A, Reyol4ition": .. .had. .,tlucats for. their:in alntainance, and h. : --s''the recess'of. Congres1ttZ

_ -.. is rclier with a venJ ance.' The. been' aUe.lnpe.4.al.Li Q i about.', expected the.bill,; :would be accept 'as' : ; : during: the. -' sessi -:
; :
tp-w the Isl.of. lay utt had, :nor'succeeded. ed.ril was' thdugh't J the ;Govern- '
I > is sirav rit -T
suit we suppose abates by the death : : Clay! ., ,. '
t osel'that. the menfo to pr'eservpeacc would *
:- ; ] pay
of the plaintiff. Calvin Sugg; one ly for the Presidency. We,
Qu't.crj and lier: son were at theiitad the.araft;;. butit maybe' followedby .
ol ,iht. had beeu taken. : ; .
perpetrators at for the ?
Idem. bftfi; ploX; ,aQi1, .that> it was 'others.' -,-....: ; room present
tls David- and Robert Shields, who intendedtodepose the king: and f. .From the Charleston Mercury.!* gt." ; ,; I sf butAvilt publish it'in1......;'f.?,

: were accused of, the" murder 'of make.tne.s6n( Don'Riguel, Regent. "pxtfact. of a, letter it .the ,Editor. ;; number.'_ fkj '
Order, was-hot. fully restored at the : dated. i: M j l' a ||T
M'Cormick Paris have hadtheir A \ .. 1
:: near v : ? .
t trial, at ,a 'special terra ,:'of ,last.dates.. i "HA" NAt'June 26'. "I 1 1c .\v: 1te! 'No. l563l1ithCr:
t.'1 I' Biurlioncircuitcour.and are ac : Sjzrhe .ExecutiveCom to. 1te_ Has. improved, tiu% ,we in" :} ;Lbttry: .
,
tc. quitted. The trial occupied: the missioa.'continued.to.try and pun ; cannot: recommend jiny. extensive the 100,000 prize )
ish, the Constitutionalists.: the t, ; : s .
'
,- shipments; some. few other ,.articles -
) ( court nine: days.-Id. : 'lheJ OOoo. 4
accustomed. promptness,and severity ofprOvishiisare in.demand.A n -
.
: n'lj
ofr It-1m";
.q Singular : ]c I.ne !
,, :,[rwowemcn, had bcen.larreflandfeathercci Brig arrived, a'few days', since : !! ; ; 'publishers of the NeO-
:; the three men., ", recently :aested and :
,proijienadedtbrouffhthc with. 40 1.negroes; .captured on the :
it1 .: t for.. the ."murder: ;. of .Mr. _Jlonsall._, _, inconsequence ;' Commercial 1nthli4)
r ; : ,1.! .h' ,. streets on attass,, oast. of.Brazils. . under, the Brazil- ;
.\ .. :Jt.: 'i, e.a.r PiriladclDhia. ; was. .found; .in I. -' '- 'to '
of, .ll.e.irp:'utiering. set. ranflak,'b.y.the Spanish,:privateer j publish weekly a\
S -.possv.ssipn'of a:coat, which-a tai"lor'jeifified 'or'
; ,> .. : : ditious.cries. Iheiing. Ins Romano belVhgiLjj ; tiheet PrjtefCutJmtt.ii '} ,
w ., .4 he made for gxyes to tiiis\ port, \:; -
; '
.: ." : : Mr.4-B., .aol'larbeing i company solely, to. .Monks: ;and and fccut in. here for :.adjudication.Tis'saul is ) formwi: 'pberrati5 04. :Wo.
know .
:j I :and he should it,by; the >
Eiestsnd. 'tie.A t lic. Junta that 'two, hundred died
: stuffed\ atone end "with po; : .. .markets, ;&c. provide _
': -. controls: ,the.afT irsaof; !&'. nation. theflatnigh''.0 f' er. arrival. o fthrKeffow c ". ':i:.
: "there no' being ciouyh I : : ith.. sufficient .
: felting, padding enc
'
lu, ,. Aulalusia. ,vas anfestetl with. : .YPJlIt'! God. knows
toflsiit.\ : ; ...p.n.utUng'.o... '" l ; \ .. : .t"l
!4 } uer \Ias, wliovharfassed. : the 'where ihe'V were uried." :.:t" : < '"
:
iI ; :peb .the .coflarth. felting,was.disc French w* ,troops.>* ? : ) 1 "fc'l; i: i """Froni'tite ifindo i CG, rin-'J.:,ray 17. 7P wit 4nihifa \ 'Ft'1-

tt .' .,,:ered predsely\ :llfi8iiGnat 4eic4bedetR :, : The.:. latest Accounts; r "' say' ; that \Ye.J.an tate' .. upon authority,. of ; l : i46icrm.,f0;':IhtabOV'T

4i$ .' .. -, rp ; the Kijpg'bjid: ; atJength[ agreed. .to that the, ex-emperor; of' Mexico,: ; ,it l to:iehe fe na-
?g tn f r,, \Ye' pliHihjifr << .reuired iturbide, who has been '" '' .
-1
'
it. I publish the amnesty by: : some : xASi-v- -- 3
I. information t1I5Q14'rigF .'' '. in* y to u.,.. ....;. ..: .' _;. .,
'months this
general ; France. sailed
'. -fc\t y country, : ,,;;, "
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.. .extractpra letter from', t! e) *.' $arrangement* had beep made fromJsputhfLinpton:; for Mexico,'on' I .Corrca/zondjt& '

! V ,1n t r G p'ra, !.,. ed 1t6 pJf: with : the,.. !yU: ; '.Algiers. ''The Tuesday lasts in 'an armed',..vessel Qk }s.re d'j an4. .:e. ;

1 1824; _. "" ,. Port .continued;strictly; litocld 4.' accompanied ,by 'a staffof. .14 ;peF- 1 t'd e'att ntiaD.:, S .,.* 'i '

r ")Q.. n1l.cJl: s' breJ'tCifTh11TI. ATTLEWITH ;iPjtRAtES'Yelearn I sons. W.e understand 'he, :is; assured ', | r ; : !i [*"' ball appear:next., 1:

;_ Post-T uiiTa1L Y /?j ; O.iJ- 3 "4'"iw*-'rljkdead ?( 1.'\ frpnVCaptain ftbiton!, : of being joined by a'.nurae-* b i:
t, 4' : :. .pajersl6Editfff( 4l4i fe hal.LV. } .pf| the{schooner .!Theus, which .arrived :-. rous.partyinMexico ,when Jie.t irrhoes'who'wUl.assist -;; >, : ; : i ,' Orarnmaucat- -rit\1i.
'. --. nt r '>* :&.4M*ge ct n ytft w-Ybrk, June ,26th him in'reco1vering : !" .t r ,..... ;tb> -- ,,
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d his l&ronV ) -7 t Xri
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4- .i iLy! : \'j >& + ; JyingJnftnehK:! :| r, supercargoTeceivejiynfflli :- ; Tampa .
''; :;' '" v.4will tef'yottl: : /fofd;''-A, case [ nce.thattjiree 'success' f but :one/thing ,seems.ce.. >- Jjr"insertion..' .: :.7\ ", -) .

1 : '# ,wasr centyd.ided'ix: 'En1abd, Ga uoe.iinUndcw'ip'; the tain, ttiat stf:ch'anenterpme; 'w6ii\d\ r : : ._'**..*-**! &te ll l cor--, ___
1 .deBt of_ i B l3jf4t$6recbtir"d schooner put that/njgbt. \ qbtbc.rndettaken mtliioUtiomVoppp5ed .< :;q" .. '.' .,,,).'!:
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SIR-A; writer ,in y'pur' 'paper bYlbelJ i1'ee .1 ,_;111"aerll' "\ t bat !anti the fine" 6f1 dol1USthe iiidi1'idu .is ma df' : 'J. rery r" .

$d instant; :otr'tbe* sijrnature' or ) )." : iTrntedSttsmststjj; nay fUem ?.theideals al -ons"agamlmprisdhed ;".ib dtbeldfet ppe47 sIckbffi,1xe(1ka4.o,2 'cheese.ik. b .

1 hu-ing-: on'the subicctofSpails la ctvtniti! 'preposterous, airell,might"Eng' of" btMinitio "-originates i .the'jRcl* WosotWiteA1ntivjuVkc .And ybecome ,

indulged n.vcry iiliberalvremark t ejl! land_daim from the' .United !-States;, the otis imagination of the Writ PbcIett1 ;;%* aad : the same
r Im t..dl' inns
conduct of the Cabinet: of the tiaVtcn inf ships; captured frpm"hcr : and tnoxr Attend
war said the, a"tle rtpwa Mc'without tho* : riot ihetausc.,.
consequence of the rejection .of x part of, that > 1iupon ground .
those claims it becom necessary to enquire -: tile decision ot.ourCl.bin: t on ii1 subject '4 foun4ticn" to; ,el;luviattorhey 'fii:7 d fcrjn ibejtfuckaesdb Jog physicians:say the syznpttrns

into the mni.:.1\ of.this' author. as is in strict conformity with.the treaty adfaid' the. : s t 1t ii WhiEifl 'oj"d [in these, cases, are,.wbkt. 4hey

: veil as his ihctfvct. His affected. candor ,and'with that good laith:wlficli t; has e-; confessed to" be .M:' 'JoWid {of Let thehthegO.: 'should expert lead. to 'Rluce.

and the smooth mantle.which .covers this vcr characterized' the American nation "five,cliarges'omitibilc iSfdr met'LYnlied '|smd[can assign no other"' \ase. of
- production: ill, .calculated to conceal wb9i i.! ILtht has:put in claims for-sucK a, total igfliOf1eM1bjeCtii Woit & man
'aSectiohs.
the poison wHch it contiin-ths author immense'losses by the American,'troops which thefattoof iwW ritingr as *illie totlG' 4d ghborandth4W } I tho,e Besides trial

. does r.ct wish to take shelter: Sehjndt that entered Florida? is hot; much of :seen b/the record. The individual i was S Ifbcmiitted by' theilft has: been made'and satisfactory

the licentiousness of others!" I do not these pretended.claims for;nifUfit spoliations not committed for.making'-his,defence, '! 5 eie"clarnstbe o.' evidence obtained. 'that red and

recollect Mr. Ji\or. that have yet seen ? there are many re&pectable honorable but.for saying,in a violent manner, tHe SS.9 _. bythe gceros*. white lead,'covered the. cheeses in

in your paper, any publication. of a liceritious 'and worthy Spaniardswho: :dapptappear Judge'of the Court is my,en cmy,and incompetent "7 of sUouW be- question.- '
A cliaracter, until-- the appearance ofF ; among' the claimants, and/if. tritryvaiei: and.;I have affid*- come f c* rccoUrper to'

U .** yet he modestly deprecates in 'others man losses were, sust2incd,.they<.would yilsto'provt; it"J ThffSvhole. eixtraH-is etb raadeimBy The public are cautioned against

4 what he practices himself.' He most probably ba.-e.;been among the sufferers evasive,and unfounded;. ft suppression I mdiatetgit using any .cheese brought to our'

: says "were it not every dixy's practice for ; a part of.these_ claimants never many facts and a raisrepresfentatioor of.6-' a : ; F, markets'without due.examination. -

. obscure and unknown individuals to proclaim did possess the property,'alleged to, be thers :;How'Jamentable.and'dfeteslableisthe !' S And: ought not'cheese'to be,ins/iec- '

through the medium of the newspaper lost. AVho is there:here that can be ignorant : prpneness.to prostitute. thetpress insome.partsof -S APPOIN TMiN5. ted before sold ifl market with
,
of the sliameful frauds that have \ to the purposesjif
their own prh'ate'ien in opposition the Prcat lent of 'the' United.
particular reference to this article?
fit Is and detraction?-In thU instance
; been attempted on our government calumny
to the opinions of men much greater .
and dIt1i the advice
and wiser than thcms hpc-it might bethought I.a notorious fact that persons have been his garbled stateinent",\foan3"< its jaray Slam, by Human life' and health are .too

.. presumptuous ib &$. to attempt and can now' be obtained who I possess Into'several'' newspapers' at;a', jdisUnce. ,and consent of jf/ie Senate.Htnry precious to be trifled with in: 'this!

i: to impugn' this de'cisuhiXttf:'our .national Sufficient sense only to distinguish} night, .without probability of 'correction .to.th -AT. Brackcnnd e, Florida manner. Doubtless thousands'
* Cabinet considered from and totally ignorant or regardless :eXtent cf their circulation; and the ofWestTJ6riJfai '
: had the author xlay, ,to be Judge have thus been_ destroyed .and never
of this to !himself 'of the sacred obligations of an oath, only.consolitioii'afForded'to the injured )
application paragraph in compliance with a lavr ,of the
knew the of their exc&ciating
q the! public Syptild not hve..been troubled who! will'stand all 'day in an office fora is,that fa1sehOOd' will ultimately confound -, cause -
with this splenetic };. Although I dollar,and swear to any fact that may be itself; by tie reaction'of its:wn inaligni- lasfsession of Congress. distress,. and ..hurelinle. __

, hope we have no 'such "tpidis'3in ,our required-it was therefore necessary, e- t1: I' Joseph L.. Smith, lso otFjorida,' thought, ;that: then-Wane was* ___

"cnito ', yet it would very naturally;be vicnlf thc claims had not been forever _.SPECTATOR.SPJLVISII to be .Judge ,of East Florida, in brought from'the'dairy-rooms four '

supposed that F" hnd taken lessons put to rest by the treaty, to have scrutinized compliance with said law.; '- _
of morality and from the them-closely ISthIS attempt.to country.,
patriotism .
unprincipled m-iir. '
Blair also Florida
to
Should it be .thought desirable
reigning' authorities of, Gear: plunder'the American government which CL.UMS; .
!jix 'he.whole Cabinet at Washuigton, u F'!yi ,1iQ! S, who 1. hope \was not to In'my communication of' a few'weeks be Judge of the Middle_ District probably he venders :of these 4

. General Jackson and his' spartan band,. have shared 10 the spoil ; the disappoint Ismce.I.e Jeavored.t urge upon the at. of Florida', ir.-com pl 'a.nce, with,said cheeses might easily be ascertained _

4- arc all stigmatized as" dcspoilers.": The ment however, is vented by an Indiscriminate tentibh'of your readers, the opinion that i law., tbe ;: ,arid, if necessary, shajl be'made.

, distinguished John Quincv Adams;:whom .abuse of the cabinet and the ar.-n); construction jpven to so'much.of the George'Murray,;to CommissionerTor .
the united wisdom:-lrtue-oftbe country thus encouraging these deiuddd/citizens !: ninth article of the treaty as relates to the known.. _

) point out as the man 'destined to : adorn to believe that oar,government;has done' claims of the Spanish inhabitants is'errPneous. tble 'settlement* ,of land South Reading. ,_May 1824. _

the head of this nttion, particular- them injustice, aid holding but to ,the ,i In this conclusion, I have no hesitation titles, in East .FJ iida. Vice W. -! .

: 1 v calumniated. I trust ;'Mr. Editor,. that' world an idea that the American nation in beteying, that every individual \v. Blair, ,appointed Judge.,: !

: i will;] be able to sliew that 'Cc F''.and :;the has .not,observed 'good faIth towards whose"mind untrammelled by harrow John M Hanaon.to be'Marshalfor WI1P.RWV

corrupt and unprincipled bost' whose Spain or her subjects."F" coujd' have views of technical acumen, and whose the Middle.District' of Florid. a. I _

cause he espouses,are the.o.nly 4esp6il- had no reason dictated by prudence in powers perception are unobstructed By PORTQFPEXS.&CO14., _
\ 0 cr:." '"hcnt'e see a native American obtruding his opinions on ,the public j on the influence of official greatness; and : ,Benjamin >Q' WrIght; to 'be. *, fENTERED. _

: cUfzcn: regardless of the solemn ,ob1a. : .the contrary,he's ould at least have been sounding'titled/will concur with me.' ButI Attorney [ .United.State, for .
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. (lie circumstances that the the said Middle .District Florida July 21 itJ Sch. Henrietta,Sallas, New.
: tions of a patriot boldly abiising : sifcnt itnder.211 and I : am far from believing treaty
.! constituted authorities his country, be?, i ailvise'him to be so in future. |" furnishes the only right to redress, of the two hut appointments'in Orleans, Corj; 12 casks wine, 31 barrel
flour 20 bbls. .Whiskey
cause his eflots to favor set of swindlers While on this subject, I.will bring to which the injured Spanish inhabitantmay likewise *itlsaid law. bbhRice,39 _
conformity Lard j 70 bbls. and
:_ Lave not proved successful, it becomes public;\ie other circumstances. which, Avail himself 'In proportion as na- I kegs I corn, 1, pie0cbeck
the ittitycfevcry ,virtuous every honest although irrelevant on the present occasion tious are'farther*without the influence of: William GtD. WbrtJtington, of to J-Marcos Tio. :

: American, to stand forth and expose'such will afford some_idea of the deep laid compulsion' ba i'inalyidual?, in the same Maryland as :Commissioner _of Seh. Ebenezer. Tice Tampa Bay. ballast _

conduct-not that the distinguished individuals schemes villainy which havej for sometime I proportion ought they to be more careful land titles in East Flotidi- the ,, ,. '

who compose the cabinet of the been in agitation in this T l1 lorJ.- : ,never to inflict a private injury,, without place of lex3.ndelfamilt n, re ARRIVED.. -

nation, require any vindication.To When Pensacola was surrendered by Governor -: immediately affording ample redress.I '* 19tlv U.S.:; Transport, Sch. Florida,

place in a true point of view; the Caliava ;to' General, Jackson : will venture,therefore.to lay o'the signed. I Baker, Tampa. Bay. :

claims to which "F" refers, 1 quote the three i copes: of the schedules of the, prOpC5It1on'undemable, that if the Amerlcan -' Alexander ]It'Nai-, of Missouri, I'' CLEARED.. I

Jblov.nsf extract from the treaty itself. public property delivered ,, one copyit '..Army.in, 1814,'committed depre to be Agent.for the Osage Indians '20th,Sc1 r.Caravan, Wver, NewToVfcfCor

Ait.: 9.-The to high contracting is said was forwarded to the Secretaryof dations'Upon the property of.the inhabitants Robert Butler.Qf Tennessee,: to I: ,400'ogscedu"' by N. H. Allen.

parties: animated with the most earnest State at Washington, the other two of Florida the, American govern be Surveyor of the' public lands in 1 -'21st, Sch. Amelia ReilJy,New.tDrleins
,!c.vrc conciliation n,and 'with the object were deposited in this city for safe 'keep ment"waslibund to make them compensation having on jboard one company of the' th

II of putting an end toll' the differences 1 ing ; the two latter can no'-where found, for:such losses, as they sustained. the Territory of Florida. ttegimenttr.S. Infantry,. commanded by

III which existed Bctvernthgetnt of confirming '. and it is even to this day very "uncertain Spain had been for many years anteriorto William Steele, of Kentucky, to Lieut..Morrison.23d .

, the good ,undeistan'dlng which whether the other copy has ever reached piir late war with Great Britain, alter be Consul of the United States, at : Sloop Hector;:Gold,'Saint Marks

they.wish to be;for're'"cr'. :nt2 ned between the'.,office" of the Secretary of State at theatre despotism and the Acapulco,:in Mexico.. Carf9>3.crates Crockery Ware,,32 bbls.. ; )

them! -reciprocally ,nounce all Washington i is, notorious that'some of n1"PY,.W.7 *nf*.. anarrhvCharles_n-___ the, 5th. u drew William; :Wilfcin' of Pennsylvania Flour, 6 bhIs. Pork, 25 bags" salt, 3: kegs
claims for damages or injuries which they, this public prop erty' surrendered to the the chords---"J-of regal power to such a. degree Nails, 1 box Merchandize, 1 bundle bags,
; themselves ss well as. :thcr respective citizens i United States is now covered bv
. ; and-. subjects; may have .!suffered titles-'Governor CaHava. violated the o'er bent'bow,* they.seetnt6-have. 'mapped States, for' the Western District' of lumber, bStoneandNisb, t. ,

tltilt"-e-:1tf ofthe: "igmng: tJf t Ili: treaty treaty I,' by carrying' off the archives to the in his'liancls, and left- to _his succes- Pennsylvania?in thlace ofJoithanH.Walker'deceased. .

, 'Among the! ,specific remon trances ot his Havana, for,what purpose is&now well un- sore'nQthinybut the semblance.of the,authority .. ., 1V'OTJCE
Catholic Majesty the same article. it isttrclircd Titles for in Vhich"'.he eSsed. From hisabdicationdowntoihatof !
derstpod. valuable property pd ? Robert Afontffomcryi ofAhicat41 LL c1a ms; du from, the .firm of'&Is.
as fciflows-" the here 'of
Florida it is said are. manufactured,in 'the : : Wy he&t r.an4E. B.Foster
:: Finally, to all claims'of isubjects bfliis! Havana but some consider this.mode too Bordentown, the affairs' of.th' Spanish in Spain as Consul of :the. UnitedMontgonier deceased I. being1'transferred to us byT.JWyctie

i Catholic Majesty, upon the government dilatory and.exp'e sive'and manufacture government adhecjijin .cnntinuaJtit&i Stateslot_!. 9.trJ.t. ;'those concerned will take notice-
of:tiie United States in' which die" interposition T w ne' therefore a 0 _
:thL ; i r !QI'. Up 9. a.d Q.r ofrerogdtion. ? part )" deceased.:: iI lingl1and call on either the sub.cribLrs *
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cfi? ''
fin .Cathottc-MJrttktJ rbf the Enuishforceidcstined for the annoyance
x> tolaw least '
difficulty
, i ding Vitaput-iu'e Beaufort 7' ,ffmztta, of. South Ca- for settlement,wb o'are.alone authorized
men! his been solicited. before the date of : This damning evidence;offorgery,perjur.rI of the United States,. sheltered .
. :hs treaty, and since the datc.ofthe convention I and corruption ought not to find support themselves_ and were endeavoring aug rolinarto' be S re'tar'yor egatibn, to collect the same

: of 1 892,.or which may have lieenjr.ade from an American Citizen ; and because, ment'their; strength;for''aagbt we knew, to Colombia, itt. the::: place. 'of'CharlsSTodd'Arlt :John"Simpson,

. J. to the Department of Foreign,j Affairs their,shemcs of yillainyjiave. been, frustra- with \-iew making' an invasion our cline&n : .J hll"Edgtey;_ .
of his Majesty,cr to h-f Minister mUic 8c virtue of national Territory-the 9panish! .government here accehtance of ;
ted by the honesty. our the annotntmt it., ,Assiimeef. ot.THOS"J WYCHB.
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0.1. The same article then concludes with cabinet These, they remarks are calumniated are intended. [jasdespoll-for those and was anexpeditionkt.pPensacpla too weak.to preserve, its Jieutrality, for the; 'Joiefifc 'Ridgtvayi,'oINew York; July 24100 W' '. ., --
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c; this reciprocal declaration : ers.only' whom th yapply,who thank God, p purpose 'dislodging the British forces, to be'Co, : ur9r the. United.States. 't l tet WJQej &C. '
'* And the high! contracting- parties, respectively. at IsIand.otSt. Croix injhe.
V:4 form but a small portion ofth 'great body was: planned _andxicuted'. by. General "
4 I: rcnounccall claim to indem- of Spaniards among,&.none respect .Jackson. It was in the progress of this place of Robert'Jacques, removed' P' l-m'C]; S MarseiHes-,Claret" of snpcri*
;1 tic for any of.the recent events, or, that the' .or uility, -. :: '
: the .' 'ort y.& respectable part' of them expedition :injuries complained John Tijiton'i of Indiana:to' .be -J '
*transactions their.respective, commanders the inhabitants '20,.bbls biskey,. ;
more than I do..Biit this author says, 'the of were sustained by of & ,4' :;
and officers in.the Flondas." i foreigners and must tiethen province ofjlorida. Indian.Agent'at,port Wayne.I .42':00'. :'Vlour :"- .. _. ,I,'. "
clajmanb are :now. 1:1'1 ., .:
I' The United States then .agree to, the' :'speak.through jthe American diplomatist. /It:often: becomes necessary, and particularly Benjamin F. ,'Smith} .of'iIissis'sippi t '25' do 'ZardA!. ': ":' .. .. \ '. -

following. article :-; k_ I But:with what colourof decency could in time ,of war, to .take. private to be Aeiittothc, ..Chikasaw <_ 17''d o.'oN.vpCIM' Rum,, ;' 0 ,.: '. .
, Tlc United States will cause satisfac-' 'our' -make.:demannVor' Spain property for public uses .biit.Uiis. is never nation. : '. 100:do.'. ,:&C; &c; 'IPor sale-by',T' '
government
t" I lion to be, made fur the .injuries .if' any, reparation injuries which;our ownunwaanfrd done by a well regulated government, :_ t. ;'. .-J:: Marcos;Tiq. '
' ? which, by process: tflaw, shall' be: 'estab violence has occasioned.! witho rendering toits 'owners a just '

., lished to have been suffered by the Spanish the treaty: Spain renounces.the claims By of compensation." jtlierefore; the suffer Appointments biflhe Preaiderii in ,July24PENSACQLA ,; .S

ofliccrs, and individual Spanish innabt- and then they are transfer- had.'been: citiiehs of the United States, the'r.ece88 of-the-Senate. i- : .
her
subjects ;
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'.' ants.by\ laie opcrjAiocb" .v the America *. Vedjto tIle,United .States, vhich renders i instead of.subjects fhis''Cltbolie.Majes George G., Robertson f' of New
. m C l: m mal'
arii'iy in Florida
: :) tvth'woiiltl.be entitled to '
remuneration the
!them "foreigner totheir native coun York, to be Consul of' United. '
J TUe_foregoing extracts. will enable- eAriry then turn about and say'through the fpr all damage wiiich! they might be f ins ivea schooner
- I CAndid pcrso n to:uT\'eit a' "correctnd I try' !, what States, for the port x> TamHcp, per Caravan,'
&? .pDSiticQncln$on,there is of course ,American government* 'that,Spam must proved have'sustained. Upon Mexico. ?dh" ,-m New-York,ah addition- 'to *
.. no necesaty for arguing AyorJ#coMno ,I pay $hese claims, but as our "uttwarrant- good reason can be pretllcated : distinction William.: 'ofMassa ,the former supply of books, ,among which _
in Wkcetorightt .
these between their rights such .a case, : .
be tdviolence ha* .occasioned" losses, :are .Jo1C\ving-: 4
language
can more'clco.Lr and
cx- and those ofth Floridian. to chusetts. 'be Consul the United ,
prejudicial to of -
,% pHcit! ,jli is Catholic Majesty distinctly' renounces yehaWfiio Tight to 'call on Spain, but \ SLRo 'aWelltbytteaitfhorofJraverlff: -
all l claims.of his: subjects on1 tKe: must pay,theiu ourselves !. Sir, (the 'United the_latter 1 Did our army niarch here asenemies States, forthc: port of Guaya : '&L'ngfield's. Medical _Practice, ..J
Ciuteil! S ] 'tafrs i. tesup. :thedate of ike':trKty 'voluntary violation of her neutrality, ,. ,.," _
in 1819 j :'WltlrtileexceptJon of.the; pfb? '. lat'ethc' .tfcaty tliemselves, Tobias WatkinS,_ ,of ,Maryland HamBabiVAdventuresyaldo's / ;: '
warlike
would'hot have inva '
vision in favor of sufferer* uby, tjie late Qipcmtions .npr.can they require Spain to:do so-this justified. a the Jloard of '\ Naral>Heros, Prose'by a.Pbeti;_- I .
sion'of.th .Tet ,by the United States tate Secretary to. '
ry
would indeed Couity
; of the: AanerarIArny m Florir doctrine I : da," pointing directly' tp'. the' temporary Court:-Leaoyef"'' :, without a previous, declaration" of war.- Commissioners under"the( Florida, c4n'Ic4otis, S :,.. -'..-. -
Beside the invasion General Jacksonin
( occupation of FlbndavDy.ihe. Americau. 1 JUNIUS.t 1814 by Treaty) to be FourAudito. 'of Egari't SportiJfig'Anecdotej, -.. -
i r'th t ; was justified by our government. GreorPhestrfieW, 2 vuls:' .
toojsiii81diuittii.t i ot the Van Kesshavin '
sake Treasury -Judge ,.
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The then is ,. .
1" I conclusion inevitable, that '. .
; argument, that Jjis'C*tl ,olic_ Majestyhaa ', 'dftclined tie CIWI ttesLtteNj. Wirter,' ".
a'matter of accepting "
Itis pJ'found iistonishrrient the army of tlie United States entered appointment. -
I nut by treaty renounctd.tlic.ciaiuoa of his ; i ': ajtvnoniort's new collrction of Anecdotes," ,
that: Editors respectable Florida more as an auxiliary than as aneneny. -
newspapers "
subjects, 1 C ate JJ even. m. that cose, a distance should give' to the I .But whether it entered, in the v LJS Cage's Devil on Two. Sticks, _
vould no cl4for), uijurks currency i La Pcyrouse's.Voj age Living Plays 3 v9ff. ,_.
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Sam have any. .
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unfounded 6neMcharacter6r in, the other, it -
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was -
jnost, representations, equally '
!. Ne'wRobmzcrnCrisoe : -.
From the l ir/.Gdsetic.CAUTION. j .,
sustained /Florida 1ri"ioustoJ8U : :-. ,0.
_, 'in relation : bo 'the of .
groundless falsehoods, to the mLto respect rights pri : -' *
E1its. '
The United plates were not only compelled i difference ,. : .. Phillip's Spee besTytler's
o. ; profceedingsof j : a court,upon"such unsub- Vatindi idu:s. The only is .t "
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Tales of Mv T-indlord3dcries : <
i !In self defence, but Just1 !e ., "y tile, ftantial evidence as letters, and extractsprl that if private property be destroyed, in ;The public .are.caukionec against :)' t:,

'r'i Lckno\\'lcrlgeJ'Ju'incip1cs' of the laws ofluitio letters''from anonymous, or ipresponsi. i an enemy's country, perhaps it is,:nece using cheese: ..toVtr..td'oitn.. Scott'sIadyofthc'Lke Walker's Three 2-.W 5 .i".-V ;_.7/-. '. .
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ill the:Floridas ( spaqiIr .
occupying LrOyi ble Hrriters.' ,JTliere.are in every country; : sail to make it the subject of pacticipus. ''lead whether ,red or white, ,as Butler's Farmer**,_u.'t'. .."' t it not ( :
uaslIyin1814
; is tWCCSSU7'flC'W.to I and most in communities seditious atthe.ncluSion of t". '
s : arrangement peace? 5oth are poisonous.* B Tl1 tA Jtl ; _
a.u1d'/L
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enquire whether '
Spain power Amenable because all the laws of.mod
enough .
the
malcontents to law, although n' 'if
that The.attention of the is Deppmg"1 Femnia Erit '., .
f at period, to causellier'neutrahty' to administration warfare forbid the ,"anton'destruction'of i public J .
to its
opposed to'ex
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4 be respected, 1 am even-:disposed to admit disaffection at the expense of truth- private property in1 an enemy country ; invited ,to the.foil owing facts : Fiins her inability ,to da so ; st:11.'Spain forfeited Locke'sHodgdon's.8Bon'sEs6Iys: : .
since neither of the In, 'this cheese '
her hotlong': a publication appeared in yet belligerents can many town a was Letters Linnet ,Boo k ..
be ncuti-ality by saBeringJtfie a Mobile paper, upon the authority of a wise be,made accountable to the votlier, bouffhtlastvvear; and four of tte, Ufe of Franklin, Washinten'Ufe* g : .
caunlrj- occupied by our enemy Vvittifbnflidablc '* <- =.S ; .
close-of hostilities -
letter from this place,containing five falsehoods .until the Notliingneedbe '
1d3 2 twfc v
11 .immediately 'Watson'PhiJlp2d; ,-
force aided family! ,
by British uppnecig
I agents ,:Iwhich were refuted_ in the Gazette, sa&d to 'sh w. how,scrupulouslycarefultif Ltfe:of Newton 'P 'ZAt' Jn
and the general sanction! of the, SpanbUpopubtitin someofsi ,. :*ere taken s. ri Hamas' ,
and it' i is believed tht refutation never privitii property and individual. i ''--j. h- :;; .

-''4. g 'n(., t.c unfortunate who carried American destruction citireu I :a-, found its: way'to the.columns. cf ;that,'paper rights;an Army;J should beVUn\lDarclung sicl tie,cheese w.aSt o 4lsfJo9s': p&rte1sLif Lectures, :,_ '_ S; .
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')n U'J1' borders But this authur tliat"thc.urmy another letter of similar character through'territdries of a neutral power,J1 by :thcjuddtq attending ;phywit em .IHeU1 t Jlistones., .4. .'-t'c"

cf the: United St\.tel says under' and not inferior in turpitude has i been ndparticuLLrllfit'; be without rthe con I Je lI tra $ a.' Medica. '.: : )
lately,published in the>* .Washington Refmblican sentofthat, power. ..If a man,-walking: : :"
tiener Jackson entered TbeiirIe. )1ecst w. PkilIilocbgsti9nBauetot3u4'&M1dwfe7, .
Florida u-itbo'it. ; .' _
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tie! ''Jb.prqyc hqw little;crcdi is over the grounds of hi.neighbor, 'should! '. .:-; '
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;vislics consent of and against the declared' due to. such.letters, and their authors, a tread down his phnts Ue;would be more eJcra1 1) rs, :theidken ; fonQt.t W'QfExe > MUlack ". ; ;

he the Spanish 'autbprilearyci"to kCfrefcrnetothecojfleiits;: may not careful insetting tlienr',UP'again /and repairing previ Zjij: : ojfy '.Commentapfs'4voU.' .' _

cflhtt.ht very the consistently right to "do docs.so. ; not*< -wish.officer ,be.ummportahtl: The first letter in refererice the mischief 'than if thfcy had'belonged very sick>' 'Whcni.lhrjown: ? Bishop.Home on the sajms, '

t could have conducted himself more to Thft.tqenoran td .the same O affair; \& wit;)b'com- tohimsejf'and this equally true stomach. they wer riey4')i 7'1. Mi'4Pritd'sil&e. ,'&C.,'& .
nations.
T1 : Jtitisfoctionof even those wliuse: tndi'idual.iconempt of' Mttatlt, mutandis 'witb'respe iA.few.Arecks. tdgo, \tJ $;'.: + ; 'L YJlICD ,
pro I .
t co rt.oa >ipiratipnof.two .Here pre ume the}.Florida :claimanjtwould toger1with: :the stock'
4 pertyvw.1ldaun destroyed hcrethand4; '.! ?ou' theiAL'r tun 4it i :'bijigtheindivicfu4 : be metvitli this.'obje '
f and there. is nbwr"no: man a-, into courtvkrid he"refuse4 to of lila 1a.:: iATtreaty haiSeenmade ill, cause unknpwn>i3ttt =.- -' '.. "; :1 .
ng.t *i4 cinnt .of,books, id, ill: Q.. .
ol us who" wouldpt delimit. !to. . : Yes, these : .Jtien! : who hours. '* wo:hp : has t-r-.fI\ ', _
rciy T- rj" iaftcpK nJi!? the and1he; Spanish .jjbyernment re- ; .fh.z 1ead(. Co l Mercbnts H dors.ub .
lie A
JaStJ'i would d liglit'3Por: P "efat' 'other letter.'.says wtlie: 'Mar jeturned oounced all claims'.upon! 'the U. StatesvTjiif --, leo'd': it&t" .rind'wdx :cztremely' 'J 4I"" '.5n{ic".LL"'t':: .oJ* 1r .it
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would tthat&n4Jcvcpso nlJ .and stated,that' Uc.had)been''committedforthreohours U cerbun r: vciy"startling qbjectipV .- J--* 7 ', "..& ,'jIei :' : ,. *- ,
''Itbro4t.. "D:." h111 (GcnetaI'iick.,. : ,,-id's4ould noftioie:U1: ,{and one vhich;'tt;a'nfind that delights! :. 4vu1d, .1Jtl. ..a daf oite'Idi &:-v fj' \di lb 0 _rQiiIri .)..." _

f'h'\i ct) u&U3, not altogclher>.f:ihe J til.they hideipired.tUqr: are,Wdia.t tfie 'rcfiheinent*: "of,teclinuaj accuracy' : Another te :pr J 1 .1JerE. itt1e.var.- .- '.( .__
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' '- : cPnhL". 'The American: ?!cbplc,1ha rcpprtera, bthJtaMou6ns ,endeavoring to'rcf; er the: w ld'b'1mbtc n usi.f. amc' *'yeyiIl.;-' to i-- whtcfr- ,:4oscf': 1etacejwiI be 1tPrO-PtIi M% 41 _
,I re stamped'with.i n ,1 and 'cohtradictior tich' : Cain tn1ned)l &::cc'Sc't1 "-% : .r ,
r 1pr- o- again cois : : .
G g and meet with :
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I TUB t.I01CE ..ttWgr.lMT, V-/ -. I ctB4phard1I1aflcc il OfI1e1th 1 ip ,baiQk apjpty ohIandcror 1'itt f! e"'.rsJ ;'YitIO.V'It .t.

.Addrt.1td a YOrJ_ tbtiJy, ,-f. .J'9 ; <"'.,1. .,1 pcibberltst, naving Dl4e.lt'11-' duty :of''f ulef.H freduced e.pJlce m. .9, .. 1'rGtrt:.A.i;dt.8k; l 4" .

i : A sweet,retiring, faotlest'mien, TO Eit, .Ordained/by/ ..the Board. tIde I th : ConStabI to visit and examine. every r 50 to g2 50,"or by the dozen g24.. : J". '. .' '- 'f.7, .. '- '. t. ,. .
.. t1thi ip Jb limits of this ,City, for' the All charitable'institutions in' tlie United frOmXew.Or(4a : -
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Not hunningiuvd not peeking to be l.I men'of. theeitV. tfcre uthiipreserit ,- tUtla r S : j ,
: } ar : te tppqstof IromQ ng.cleanliness they. ,States and the.poor.will be. : vupplfedgratis 4Pakag: rtods :
/ seen; 4
A last. In dress, and each domestic thfctr.slfoll be teji j' ..Wt.. r perer800r0ered! to proceed- The.Mayor,, : '%1" .CONSISTINcOP-" ,
ri1J ofgreat"importance
& 'c r. housw'and lt.SUbfltZtthZ$4tLC the i-.hoWveJV$pceiving.the.. object i one If the. citizens of the:principal cities and t / : !

Neat. but not gjtudy, pleasing without. corprs7ut: ;/ ; t 1 : for the'Welfare :ofthecpmmupity ; : towns will appoint'an i&agent, to order and 'T\'OI S11q 1 dSrindStripcst. r, .

gIare;. ) thittieflOd ahalf cca on.cacK one. *> [accompanied.'.the.;' ntablc, dstribute.this 'medicine to, the. poor ;it, "Shirtings? ,.sficetlngsecscrES. ;:: > {
h udr d dolhrs of the'Talae : in1 the performance >f that duty 4.ameas'e.hd? Ch -- j.::
t Such have I otten wished heaven's lasfbqst 'breOt. J '* fiJ* jiv U *!_ _-' toillbc'supplieaVThis .tJ. :
gift" should be, .A-r: Jitf 3., PQ it further .h t t n prOper. :. Medicine is celebrated 'for the Superfine ftia16w prieed cloths, :

. Such have 1 oft; with joy, remarked; v in* Chouses anU lo. thJ ." ,i1. .: m.c .S been &ttc n d.td'5t1ex 6ptl.two of three cur?"of the following.(diseasesf cfofuladr"Klng : Cassimeresand'sattinctf: f ,
places Qnly1;; >:i> ''re tt te hicbi brderstw J Ladi white and cblVo'n '
tlice or d Y-w r. _. p i' '. 'sevil, ulcerated or, putrid spre B/act' hOi, .
i er .issued |ib tomjpinn c.:. NXttirthe above '. 'G ntleme : aid <
resident within ihcshallle p otft( ere" : thrar,1ong'standing rheumatic affections" ., whilc': niarbIe I h.it t
mill1 kind le1'io1 1' : ; ,mentioned onlinance.i Thtila therefore anddiseases ; bose, '.., 1: 1.:
An even temper, ,' endearing, rf1 cutaneous diseases, white swelling S a ::
mind icach' 7mndred4oUfs'bf the' o. give t1btic'e. to the hibabnts5ofeacola ;Cotton and worsfed'suspenders, .j; 'So, A sound discreet, and regulated ;. cents .on one of.the o1es.ml all cases ,geiietatly -
I Improved by rca'ding, by'reflec 9n.. value thereof' .'' '.. i' .' "' that. hc Constables wil Irenew fan,ulcerous character, and 'clironTc -,. E xtn'iuper printed 4tbncikrnuz; *' .
"weeks and
atthe
'iisit'eveiry
fl form'd I s S ,'3;.Be.it .: err: -:that j6 two ,: same diseases,generally arising in debilitated KM'for. dresses" ,'rie\v* 3t fashionable'

Jlv rcason' uidedby religion \\arm'cl- : thereishall!.be 1 i.ea1"Ic1;. 1;edhhe. mejto.teqxiire'qTery good citLpLjndkidualynotto.neglect '"constitutions,. bur .more especially article); '- E

Such have I often prayed "heaven's last. present *., arid,: unu'.lly, .. _., .onall to;:impart-tq thepublic from syphiliai\or' affection arising there 9.an 6-4 cambricksjand' Ja c6fic r/ -

best'gift". should be, shufHe boards ninepin. alleys) or, .authorities,\any and cve'rjpnfqrmation -from, ulcers, an' the,'larynxi 'rtbde'si &c. Irish Linens'wlortetLj V. / '. ,
: those hi_ !;my come to.thelr 1u1owJedge And tlftt) occasioned Linen Cambric hkfs.ijUS threads
Such have 1 oft, with joy, remarked in' games generaily known by names; dreaafuldiscaic by a ,
' fit : with respect to,the obicct 'of ,cleanlinessin u'se Silk: and Mcrseilles vesting, '
thee. 4Benevolent one halfthVtaXpn.billiard tables glS. .longiiid excessiie of mercury,.-tc, '-.
FH On all Lawyers, Physician.and persons l .general' .,as:one of the. most, important It isalso, useful jn| diseases. of the,Kycr. :Brown Hollands, j.. : .-
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: sources,of LO t.l expected:properity-.and o '. English fciifcKar Bancana & hkfs 1.rCottrtFb .
to'all-to soothe orcui-c, holding civil appointments i under the general CERTIFICAT.ES. flag '
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thee 'POIt.lure.'Qode'of. preserving,; ,the .' '
And a:firm friend to all the virtuous or territorial'governments, except Ihave,'within.the last,.two years, had .n p k .bkts., .
health and existence of their\ families and
: poor; L I Notaries Public and Justices of the Peace, -. ." f. opportunity of seeing several cat l. f :Nankiire.drrsse. ,figur. .i .
friends.. .B ,
S The poor inv brldly goods. or bon ton not beinglawyers, 'ten dollars. .P. ? ?- :very inveterate ulcers, which, haying re. Ia'' u :1P ; ,'

merit, On all holders of real estate. of the. : value : ALBAj.llayor.1IIJor's. A listed previously the.. regular modes 'of ,Leghorn hdt*, .
The sunkiiisicknessand thebow'd i9spirit of five hundred dollars or upwards,' .Office. ,Pensacola,1'' : treatment, were healed by the.useo1J1rSwaim's'panacca : and a..variety. other itapilc' 'and f r.cj.u.1 '
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.9 ; / not paying a store or other license, one -_- 'Apr "' : and.! do bcu'dve, from 'tide's.. 1Y-: V. i

I: This have I often hoped -'heaven's. last dollar BY'TUE l\IA YOR' what I :..have'seen,. that it,.will. prove-an5m Teases gentlemen's and ;tfby.'s. drab.blackbeaver8ccasfcrhats.q i

best gift would be, .On all free males of the age of twenty A PRdCLAMATION.. portaiit remedy i n scrofuius, yeiierial & ".the .'_

This have I oft, with joy. remarked in one years and upward-not subject to a- : ce \vituthe section of'the mercurial,diseases. .latestfashioii, i. <, I

; i thee. two dollars.. INcom'plia N. 2.,cases fine"cutlery.ic. table. knives .
nyother. Jax, of.tbe 16th November CflAPMAN31'Th.. andfprksj' -.- I "; '> .."* r'j'' .... './ ,
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:- On all persons wearing or carrying 1822 which is as follows;-'-' th$;from and Prafiitor of the Intitules andPractice of P n-k riii -

..Possessingpirityct: a gentle creature, iword-cahesi; dirks,pistols,'or arms of' any' after the,Istjday: January ,'ex every Physic in the. Uiiivenity ofPenntytvania: ,_ &c.&c. ;" scissors. I razors,. ,' njee&cs* }
Lover of quiet and ,the charms of whatever, 'ten dollars. 1 have I H-.
na- description .of
s privy within, the,city shall be of the employed the panacea 'Mr, ,2 bales of 'v. '.
Qsl3 burgs
4: ture. SEc4. Be it further ordained, That all depth of. not less .than'three. feet, and Swaira in. numerous instances-' within the 30 t.

, With. lO"ail rage to"'simper, gf re or taxes*with the exception licenses, shall the proprietor. of.every Jot,' on which last three years, and have always found it pieces. 'cotton. -bagging- ",. r : t
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z the first . roam, be considered due and payable on efficacious ;' |I'
of extremely in'sec9nd '
there shall be a privy > smaller depth, especially 50 barrels '
: ; Pleas'd abroad but mostly pleased a day of Augustin every year,. and if not shall forfeit and pay a sum not ..exceeding ary. synhilis.and mercurial disease. 'I haveno whiskey '1 } t
7 -lo loa '
bomt bcfo the last day of August, ., i sugsuv : | : :
t : paid on or *e g5 and ,the Mayor is hereby author hesitation m pronouncing it medicine i!
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/ :, ; Such have I fondly hoped "heaven's last there shall be an additional charge'-pf ised, 'fiom;. and after'.the."day.aforesaid, inestimable value. .- '. ijr.casksiJyp.jTeieriffe: wine, < .I It
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:1. brand
pipe
; best cognac, .
gift" would !
bej
percent. to caCsuci, prito be cleaned' out, W: ,. :
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That ;
ordained on
:; ftuch have I oft admired, sweet maid, in SEC. 5., Be it further at the of. uch It-
..1., : thee. all taxes paid before the last day of march and deepened, expense of Surgery in the.. Unfaentityof 1.dojir, ., ;

in each year, there shall be.al1o'e. discount proprietor, and award a warrant or execution :f.nJ lj. fJia 4 qr. casks dry Malaga,wine f' ; c' i I
for the costs thereof '
,l : In person cornel, rather tha.n.re.. often per cent ; and on all taxes against in him .JOHN. SH INN, Chenjs.Philadelphia ., 15"brretspriniork, J i 1

,. nown'd, paid before the last day of June, there after notice from, and a summary after the manner.1st No-of Feb. I7t 1823--.h1Ii :lt: Y YbungHyson lyson skin teas : :

.- In books conversant, rather than pro. shall be allowed a discount of five percent privy, day' N. B._ For sale at Smith and PearsalUb,!N.. Gunpowder.9 .Jn. Jsttrs. ,i. .. i.;-'
:. 'fould January next, shall be permitted' to E: corner Third and Mark t Streets. Coffee,'sugar flour, soapp sweet oil, .co]>- .

' :' .. < With too much sense to slight domestic SEC. 6. Be it further ordained, Tnat it overflow, or offensive to Je 3 otherwise in an 'the"tenant un; Each publisher of a,newspaper in the I- perai, allum, .salt p"etre; ,|starch, pepper, ,

. r duty, shall Be the duty of the collector to dis cleanly there or be Ohe: condition otherwise; a.l.ut the tilted, States, is requested to publi bis, pimento. ,indigo &c &c; ; 'UsA

Or sigh to shine a wit or flaunt beauty train for all taxes, with the addition of ten ofsuch or forfeit advertisement. onCe'rn nth for one,year,,' 50 painVwhitegreen[ & blue. .
: t : cent immediately after the.first day proprietor; privy'Bhall and send their: accounts for"payment:' 2 casks Spanish brown, 4 .
per and payjfor. every:.iuch_offence_ ,a sumnot .-.--- ". 2 tons_ wede .
. Such have I fondly wished "heaven's last September in each year, and in neglect ; irpn: v )

:.4,.j best gift"to 'me. thereof he shall,with sureties, be held .exceeding do g5 not; ,and cleanse Jr..such the tenantor same AN 'ORDINANCE, 5 cwt.- -'steel- assorted.. Vr ,:: .f'

. ; Such. have I seen thee oft, and ever hope accountable, in all cases, after'the last day within proprietor A, reasonabletime: ,, .to be,judged To.fire.ventfiepfite from bathing in. -S On; Consignraent'v J S :

.dl'L :1 I i'i. to sec. .:of of the said collector month. It within shall,the also three be the first duty days of by the Major, after notice pven. to 5' .(daytime front .of/he.iy. 50. barrels corn m'eal/ .,

; that effect by an officer-(:pouce, the it ordained;by,the Board of Aldermen 300 do; corn in'.ilietiar.; 1.-
: ,1. In virtue principled in love sincere month, to settle with and, pay
ofevcry .
.. of the June 5th 13 '
Mayor may: cause the same to be.'doneat ; city''of Pensacola, that | -tf.NatlOE. J'
I On "manners guarded, in expression the treasurer any monies collected. '. .. S .
and
the expense as aforesaid, tq\be leviedas I from after' the seventh day of June '. .
r ) clear, Sz :7. And be it further ordained,.That -
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la recbmmehded 'current n6person shall batiie :front .
aforesaid. It to in: ;pf
I. ::' Kind to all others m a just degree, so'rri cbthc ordinance:to which this the san every proprie' and'tO every tena't'of the city during ,tbe.. '.day. time,,' 'between' ,, .'..' _,.. : :'' :: ,
with
1' But fixed-devoted amendment is inconsistent -S. i "r.r.I'r.
: -loving only me: as Point ;
the Verducant
and the
I ., This. have I any house with'in.the limits of this.Corporation Bayou dfib'Agu persons.,indebttd to the estatep .
1 I erer hoped "heaven's last present, shall be and is hereby repealed. and ALL
this ordinance
. themselves this ,any.one violating
: best .*' to ,a':91. !:most Barbier"deceased af e I tedtoinake3mmdja
, ,'.g. would be, F. H. Nisbetj season to .lttend.trictJt.. to the if a'. white person or free,,shall .request'.

!, ;.:. .: This have IsougKf/and. heav'n-bless'd. 'd,. President of the Board of Alderm 'n. proper provisions here above mentioned_ for feartblt para, fine oftwo. ,dollars,'or in 'default havingany1deniand.againggaid, payment.. Those o-\o.
t found in tlie< : estateare
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. ) 1. Approved June.4th, 1824, ,by neglecting.the"same we' ,should thereof shall work at the.public works'of U-
tlc.Je y, aUet\ o rEsent the'
i' 'Y'po same .
:' Thee! in whose! gentle manners, ::: P..ALBA,,. ayol'ofthe City.. attractor encrease, and deserye events I .this city eight days, or if a slave, shall receive wIthout ddaYi i1dtaU redifo legatees .
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' :, lished'mind po AttestS, similar to those which, befell us during ten lashes,unless the. owner' should. and persons enUxledtodstribution
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4s2 are
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N./ PAKMANTJER the summer of 1822.' '. ,, .' : pay, a fine of one dollar.
ft. Grace sweetness,, taste,,bent valence, hereby,nbtifiepl i that bpdt&e I 3th section
tl. .-. are J in'd,* :.-,' .-'. Secretary of- the" Corporation. The constables shall 'carryu the said]I IL .F. .a.' Nisbet,;: of an net,of the Legisfatiye",Council cf th u "
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j1r:. Sense to engage; a navietfte to admire, BY THE MAYOR 'provisions I into effect j they shall report L President.JSoqrd ofdldermen. The TemtolY'or 'Floridi.'.approved 28thJqhe823 .

,t. Vivacity to please, and love. itself to any and every infraction thereof to the June 4th. 1824-Approved, : entitled:'"Ati,Actresjpecthi ,

.' fire *- A PROCLMfATIOW.rjjflE Mayor-for the remedy and the I fine to be .p. ALBA, Mayor. -' he-probate of Wills and -.the. granting( 3 'J,

'I': t' Thee! have I Jp'ncUy-tipped "heaven's: 1 provisions of the 5th scction of nforcer f Letters. testamentarjvjind 'letters of.admmistrxlit -' _

t-"* .list best gilX" to me, ; i-Sf: the ordinance of tlie 29th of December Gi'7en,1D the'Mayor's.Qfti at ORDINANCE,. ",. .wndrthe. tdutica of: ,executorsadminijlratora !
58th :
this 1824.
: t. And all my hopes of bliss ire hopes 6:f of all Pensacpla, Feb. ajid' I uaitlians." the -
1822
subject
require, : -
L.IT- persons : To'rM"v an ordinance establishing -
: P4LBt, j claarns:
Mayqr. will be
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':/ 't thee._ .. .. to the license tax: .'!to obtaih' from the; 1 barred at.tfieTex'ptiraUcn: 'oft".o
: I. I a Scavenger's cart.
unless '
J--- -- ; : S years, : clerk of thecorporation! of thiacity :.a license ;
By wf14flpal.Goer.no: l ordained by the board of Alder .' '". .. & S .
.. t; (.qjJUSJ.VG. *which shall be friven, ,tin the''view. ..thTerritory.oj1Qrida.PROCLAMATiON.. .B'E >. /f f <.
: oftheCit.nf
; of U {receipt pftne' :so'rer.''' Tlie motivel.whjph ; j ,tjhat an : AUnlw- # ;' "

ft''; fe\vdaysa: J ov, 'a* servant, girl : _dictated this provision'.ivas to ,. ordinance:: passed and 'approved on'>.the' Sok Jleirtmd.LegatJpeaaa&iv.... '..

I[fJ 'fl '; entered the s1lPli tf'c'bjareousVilkxneicerin ; ; establish'a control'over the,collection of r IiEREASn,: I pursuance- fan act 27th, of May 1823 and, to'establish a scavenger's ., t 'Peniac_ 26..Ji,." '.e24-i--- .'...'.' .. -. >
be .
l' : fashionable- said taxi'for: the benefit] of the contributors : 'lN. pf the.;Legislative Coancil of the cart, the:same is'tnewe'djotar'as .- .
: a to..DOt., that. the seveivipr'ri&rt. tKir. *' tn, hp : :C m"'l o enSa eoI;;;> :
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: at large. Therefore c'the. payment Territory oi Florida, :Approved ,thel 24th --'- --'CO-- T -' i '.. .. ". : :6'; ...;. 16t\.1.1Q"4 ., /
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the re-established .
:t. quite a Uiuudredtniite&Trom shall visit ch'house'witb., I i :;' j 5 .
and the of '
: made into the city\ treasury trea day June,:1823, Commissioners were ." "
t:. banks. ofUhc-'C'jfc/fj and asked .lor. j 1 tbis"city,three times week*'o1in I. :? i .) "TO rfE"-c. : .
: ": :. : surer's receipt for the-license tax do.n. F appointed to"select. the most eligible and a_ L- I ... -. 1
'.: some riba lc1.' The the convenient situation the" ,stead of daily) as, required bjr the: ,ordinanceaforesaid. .
:. pink ; ; obliging I exonerate, the persons having paii ., seat; of goy- ; ;TeMJstcr'iofVe4th'after't.u c. A

;i7: c; $cer, who.,does. not himself disliKe I tax*-jhey have hot complied with the ordinance fmment of theTerrit6ryf'Floi'da; .anil Andbc': 'f ; *& ._ ,- .r :' : frl .:tat.te. : o.rit. :
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. :;:I a joke, determined. banter I until they have deposited the the said'Coinmissionew Jiayc' :>eported tome S nt' T inanceh; l cta'roofthe:10th' lr lHE CbHe ior.has'fixed.a; |anap.at:the. .
treasurer's receipt mto the Secretary's of- thut.they have selected a, scitb'.in.the' .
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,:: .V the poor damsel'* and.phcing somefiurfile I. fice'a d'taken a.regui&rlicense from the 'County of Garlsdcn, situated: o' a mile: :thionthujijtiFthe'last; day f rCoroer; %tjListpni.Ilouae whtch :}
: ri and 1)f Qctob: t next'n4 that the' shall ,wdl.oe ghtedevery: evemnjpifor the Uc. -
; on the counter, facetiously for the same as provided southwest from the old deserted:fields ofTallaliasse" MayoI' .
-. asked l t1et ve.tl.'r she could II,secretary by said: paying ordinance.! about.a half mile south'of i theOkelock6ny.and {n1rct' by/the: month :with ;the;,lowest, 'nefitof.those, .who) arrfte. ,''after dark,. :to t
bidder,md that tI&'aniount shall i enablejhcm to.; to: ..the; '
', be-pald coWe4 up proper.
Tail'ahass .
not fancy it "; The constables wiUshortly be instnict- : 'trail. at af .
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anchorage 'the
monies inthe : : bears
; titfany Ijgh.t.
from thet
knot'o'
: : eat(' 'at,the,domicile of point where the old SpanjshToad} mtersectcd -. treasury. t
every per- ;
rrpftrd th.e arch, .Abiilciiairi-. repair tberwiseappr pr ted. ,, Point ,-N, N 'E-tdistani b.q .6 .miles- : .
ly, sir: please" to tui me'of'twelveyards .Spn subject to ,the license*tax, and de- by a smaUlrailnmningsOuihwaitlly. "A ; rTh: 'depth,wateii.ihlvaty f* i.Afct .
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[ ." In the 'of the dis r n n'in' E 'R. isb4- ,7,to 5.
license exercise
jnand:the exhibition_ regular ; .. ," ,, fatt :
of 0 9ffiS. Gdnchoragcwhlbe ,
tf_ : it.v Tber boivlnk. ; slip* those persons who will not have wholly me'veoted bv the.said act,'and:.for,the Information President.Board.of .. .. .0; found. i

r ) per, obsequiously ti ppeyingiiernigh ,satisfied the 5th'section as above "shall of tile good p ople' )i this'Territory -, June'4th'1824, Approved, '.: .t nne-from.ihejighj. .i.D.2; ,to 4 e .
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beqUc.j,'? measured: ,ihe re? forfeit and pay the suro'of twenty dollars rhiave'tbought proper' to Issue this P-. ALBA,. Mayor S :-t .,;. '. '.'_,_ 1-tf' _? 1.. -4-. -
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qiiirecl( quantity, and 'tfXth.his.inost' to and for the. use of the.corporation tny ProcktTiutibn, Requiring thelmembers' JT. ,. ." J ( '. '.' V5 'fI -U 11.",1..

v.; bow conformably to'the 6th section'ofthe ordinance of the Legislative) Council of the Territory J }\ u'bs.r: : : tConutiiisiQierSOffice! ,. X > ..\.t\
;, graceful presented:: Co1 his t aforesaid..Mayor's of Florida; o assemble at the icite above' e S '5 .Perisacblai 'Isl, 1824.S lotrr;,

; cubtomer, vhb Rafter,njeir.jgliim Office. ,. 7Pensacola described, on the day appointed By. law :Has received per the' ,fast''farrival'from OTRHE n r. undersigned'cdmihiMroners*i If i f here6tinfyj 1;. ."J::

4 i for'his civility',.iji\is played.qir'one June.l, 18 4.,5 for the next. 'session thereof.. Philadelphia and J ew-Orleans' tthe fol <* & bid''jbeDist ;

of th be'st relprts that. .wei have' '. .;P.,! ALB, Mayor..CommiBsidher's Given under my hand and the' laving.fresh tupply.of' (GOO&Sii:. '4. :. bf- 7 ,, li'.a t, of \ }
:: i -a- seal ftne' said I Ir '1' -. j ', t1J.
: Territory at : :d a."l .
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heard of fo.r.a long time.. ? r
Office,to Groceries ; : ;
. I -Llige iyou,sir, fancied' 'this purple oj 'Pensactlla .Alnlbt 18245 r r. Pensacola' the.4th day 'of. nation$ to ccrtajtt.awual ise tJerV I.in .the . ;
March in
'the 'of.our 7> ,? '
S year S. TemtbiyJof Flpn ? *apjprpTed the. 26 : :
ribanb was p inJt.-..$! 9 bHg! .' LL claims and titles Lord'one: thousand eight J' ?IA
\ Barrels \
: .liersonsJ1aving' EKf\ superfine U1ati flour', of ) d" anc& Z iI
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.'m:, me, pray faiicy ydurs'elf paid)" 'Y i to' : Florida, areHERfBY "t'. hundred, and twerityVfour, / &/.4hefthysonskInteap6 chests. -- .1.i fiJ.ttsSL1 c jJr laimi. ;'

; and bowing J left the shop 'This OTIFIE'D'4' :, and of the Independence of .gun powder. do,imported 5th April iitbeL Ftiort. ''thereof. ; ,. h

vI .:.. scene-w: Commissioners i
, $ : ,., Thus "fancy does all' ca'thefortyeig4ith. Sugar, .. _;:: > i aratsOfhaidtoWn,.di city-lots;out-lots "'
colors !has been extended until the first 'WILLIAM P. l00cit : ; .v ivr. : k".' f
.' DUVAll : Ale ajid cider Icy ..
: : ,.,- 1pe go.a..f.L :.
: how.-.Che1tenhain <
'chroizkfe. day January next and that so .much of By the Governor, 12 f
barrels YJand.tw tl'omrY
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copperas on t
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k Cctrrioug1r GfanlTndian. the 1aw''as heretofore provided for the GEO. WALTOS-, : the22dvdayofFebriiary' ;
.tM.ti: .t r 1819. fuat1y7
;; k Spa'nTaId tray cliing.through aTast filing of claims, prior to the 1st' day of ec'ry.of,Florida.-, 'H ru1j": ". inhabited and :cultivat lt, Jia.,:' ") of { i

t : r .4, srt.tnet. .Indian 'on liorseuttyk December the time extended, 1823, has the been first repealed and: March 13-,"l:'tK -. '. '.1. -" -, tht .t.., ..d'....".. .,._ ,_.;." .- '., a liodor lots,.Ecc,; 'and togrant' .Certificate'*.' .>,=jof
to
day of Se'ptember : confirmation(athe' ; '
. i-\ ; ; iff\tas was likewise : PU131ile': SAL&, J 'American t". eitenttoftWO Ttci c.* ; S
; on ,,182 ,All claims not filed before i 4 "j l% : < tpn castings, :: ahcro.6'for-cive! all clains Vithvihe
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v 11j v h6r8elj! |! ,%{h uV eariirg .his horsewbulHfp8tgD'tlirougli tint time,shall be held and deemed void IlDfIg subscribers. been ippoinkby 5-.' ." 1,0. E ng I IS. !to'. t I videncem kOO16itfre, &imefounded.'; eI -.
I ',1'do swedes iron
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the desert ono The office will be. open thejCounty ofJBscamUiapouiify S :
t on Monday next ; claimants. are 'requested i : in'\'irtueofa. decree'"of ithe': thof 5 bundles sheet. do. ,. dn habitaupn' d'hiir'tion, 'between
; 1' umv ariei, d, .lie would fai iJ1 change to be mnctual in their attention September 1821, Ce.mmjSsi n rs to's land V do. steel,. > ., tho 23d Februaryi! 1819,1, ;land the -17tbJufyt ..
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, ,I t horses' with .the. 1., Indian. ;:,'.This, to the cxamiimion of their claims, as the ) make:-a division i of the property.s ofSeverenvPalao f. 20 kegs nailS assorted,3d,4d,6dI. i ; the 1821. whenr fJ adaVaS"surrendered' ,';
it to United Stat''sm
: J howevertbe1nUafl. ? l 'as- VerV ,urnxviHingtoajjree -- commissipners are determined, to' ia etljpniupMi S ,"and.Merced:: yidal, 'doHereby 10d,12d,20d, of ; to report'an. abstriict 1-J

to:;*a\d, the..Spajiard ,- the order in" >wHch they' rarran4b e. Give tic 100 doz. knives' 'and forks, v' ,\ '. air such to Congress. The cf.1
? ftt'ornmissionera
,the > i- 20 do. Pen and pocket knives .'' will be open. forthe
:L : !eeinig; no' other method left, s1II R. Secretary. .. :. ; I .. : TJ at ;'. ,an4 'lotNo.; .20 do. Padlocks;' '. reccption of the 'ab ve' mentioned '.

z41 *t..ttrrnlntd.to i claim ;th e Kb rai e: as ,: ,1.nvrE1lrt1! WHITE OVERTON- .c.ce1m'sri., ) i 134beloiiiig to,said parFtlies -. 6 do. coffee mills, > S clafms, until the first Monday .in Sejptembr -

; 1 ;: one he had' lost, and TefeY- nfecause t SVLUCKETT'p I' ',. !: ;situtte.-Intendencia' :1Odo.brsscandjetj1 '' next,.and the iimafor :tneirVxaafiua -
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to j" ,. street,and for which no bid. 10 do, books :; .' t ioh.until the"1st div ofJaiuary. 1825; ,
pocket
toa partyvh6rn lle :saw:; :approaching K1 : Setrctarv,.t. Tv ; ".. ,. I :
der JOSEPH
t r $ redlTwhen offered M \
J. t appe* formerly for .
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do. HITE1
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patent : :
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Comms
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with their :pans
chetf qUheirlaail. : 1 "b L" ,: s lewillbeag.iiieposedto saleatthecoirtHous RAFNP. 'LUCKETT .
TA1Tani S 6 do Carolina S
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..,. "." hoes, -..,: .
.. Whtn, Spaniard ,door 'oi M.HUNTEHi
the -
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borplanes .A' _
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k ( told his !: day August iiex 'subject to the incunj- /t" _
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5dozcarpener'hamef '
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;i :' Vlolie 'heard :' "As"k":. t1,", .l1i"/t. \ '.. Jiobeit: :M..1i branccs said. mentidnedi.iri.i : 'the'decree. afore." S ,20dogimble tS...r-?. :f.'?. ...> ,' ... 1 :JO14/ JJLE
; 6 lo.'draw
c :said hcat the aWe lime coVer --J. S A.D1f' Xl-A': ": '' '
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Peter ', Wi11I dissolved
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t Alba undersigned having
iI i'theiibi head j oi2'a. ;ter.13t ,- 3)ioXeaN .10 cotton cards..' ',,*; ,
: .s : itb hi- i. ;on K. .':nirr > .: : & tb ip 'coia>tnershrp, 'offer' for sale. '
f ., .. : : 'Anto io'ClI ns .a: 't f 'e 1' ...
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t! cIiac'ay! ; he lost his:.hbjsc: no' .' S *, 5'' .'20 gpoyderp ; ;.". ( theirplarttotion:Consisting of 600 arpens
doubt : July.l .'1824?>19_tiy ,. : ;(- ; l,. t wi thereon situat -
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.tlCCarr.teU: tvhlcli is, his : :'If s. W2LbR1BEfl; ? : '" :\t., --t; .Il'\f.e jroprovements ,
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: -bU id 'f"! -The' Spftrihrd! : 1 A .. r 4' .,' 1 eye: iuSt'tobt flAsfrceive2 by :ecentSval4ttli Qti ;: :1 'l ., .

i hd" ,6 tJ'lltf t.t\Yll.1Jji, : 4'I fohou'ing ids, i Hi ddi i6btf .I.r rornitockwhih ; SThe Sund&hjooljOULj. ;: Plape.'will: ", i. : T. 1Jl:' > .' A J. .O w-* $% '. ordistibout14 Ifi iiruhnec gsaIto'railfc'gijr*from 1'cn rt er icoh-des-* ;

'. !l \!. !taCpli.cd :immeI'1k -: 4sJt,." Zl '".! ; he Cvin'scll.:'Io$ I M(contjnuetr as usual at\tli
)jqteIJ 1} t '}'lgbt.e1 .u, os dto: purchasevillviiiin'6 "t

n'. r rJ1hCJd: '&9Ie j is ''I1thlt,r: .,'pgJJls.! hiskcy. clockA., Mi A.*>roon will also bj? read .. ,.c40reamstoolscappaper! ,: :' .#:,;t_ ,'': '... > aMe;..*]riot disposed of at; l:

I : J .ii( \ '1 t ( b l r ; 1'00". : t,; 01. -:FIoui, ;;. :, .j.ery 8Ujaayrijremng wljien' ther is'.no. .;lQd9: -. td : i.":.i t /l": -S. P.i1t ijJ.et e (lU t1 Q i.1) 4f
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