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 31, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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1 Jr tat::for"Advertisements'every.twelve lines inserted or under at Onj' for I nation which three millions of; the strong ties youthful impression The wars t. :have engaged m '...hlt: ; \!e arr alcust6me"( r'intercourse .. f

ijflfa insertion-each sabsequentinser- bayonets _could not subdue, debased -I ,!they fought'under -he British have been:net .'soary; without, : ,"vr in oi; :; with. .." _

0FIftyccits.! itself by political suicide.-4 flag, and acquired that disciplined we should IK. '.' [hen-JHMtute ; yet ihii!) surprise has .

1 I Would to Heaven_ that a La Fay- valour soon to be exercised. in a place with. tU nuiions of uch hci t i'.ere;: *! ita, Hew at

: ,7iIIJTIOX.. etle and his kindred spirits may nobler cause.,.. They contributedfor earth, our c'' ; i !mi 'would f to deprive: u 3 of anethc*

) ADDRESS I yet diffuse knowledge among a defence wit)' such liberalitythat been bondsrr.n ami'ffl'Ct'' in ft... of out .u r essinpjs. Not s&

t fo/Af detachment of4th. U. StatesInfantry people who mingled their martyred Parliament, unsolicited, 'returned eign lands to jiia- the I I with :. isin! th
at Cantonment Brook, blood with our fathers, in at- a part'of ihe funds. ;, berties of n.k nd, the ..\' |1 United tate* yiolrutly iq

4th 1824, by J. R. BUR- chieving the independence we en- In an evil hour a wicked and last hope wid have the ssj'emn' btind of our
1 July
J1[ D. joy. The revolution of our South short sighted ministry tried .to obtain ,aDd liberty*,,:t--eriap--> hnvt *")- I loom l la\ds, and! to put at

\\'e DiN,join this day with seven American, brethren, presents, in by force, what they had before down for evt'r. the p1fdgrs wl.icli, 'cnis ..

of people, to celebrate an some of its features, a striking si- received as a free will-offering ; I know th.u WT is abhorrent contain gzurt7:1yi13- ,

pillions which has no parallel in history iirilitude to the preceding ; cursed they attempted to bind the colonies the feelings atil Mmpatjties land 'is jittfnpfd to _

event an event, which has not only by hereditary nobility, shackledby in all cases ,wha'ever, they resorted your nature; 'Ai'u'jsr) scu-fae: t:" ; the \!neilert t' hich. .

. rnded; to diffuse the principles of superstition, and ignorant of the to legal chicane' to destroy. cept when e> -.. rc''j aclVnce up in ( .i r ,: conducting. '.

I.irtue and freedom the rue source of power, their long ouragency: they shut their ears to i the rights ai.
citizen of our wide spread among country and arduous struggle, though it the 'spirit and letter of their constitution is an ignus t...# '.. tvi'mii.; ; tvh< r : s ap '" 9it'd Jo treat w itb! :i
( will better has evinced their persevering (if we dare call the act ofa it has in all t :.t'c s''ract-J! tic &. :J : :' ::tn! s. arL? 'V'i' :he "
but we fondly hope
the, condition of the children of courage, still leaves us in doubt Norman bastard by that name) miration and ai'\'>jsubeof iae 'I : g'Jrrr .xe'h v the i.n- .

in section of the world. whether a people so interesting toI I they commenced havoc of murder titude, has m r, i ev<.*ry i) i ge Chit' 1il "; 1 :' /uii.. : '

The men roar every of Artillery, the shouts us in every pint of ,.it'wvill be. and drove the crimson car of history wit t 'r'na-I/; ;n.1, I :hrr k'f': .'ol/!(' Secrt.i ;.
bondage, the i "'''- Hiu1 : ', 7 s /t 1 ,'{/ ndcire
rejoicing which rend the air, able to avoid the dominion of demagogues vengeance among a people of their' : ; :
cannot conceu. "i.; t1l1tI'Jr4k i 'a."illi'p r : Or dKttlttdisij
the intrigues own kindred, united to them by t
from the Canadian frontier to the'FJoridiancape'the or escape
of the .innocror ihr ( : W .'* fe
smiles of of traitors. the same language, governed : "; :;?> -expect
Amfri.couu.tenancf' happiness Of the risingofGrefce, we know similar laws, who had shed their music. of' ,th. -I; ntn, drown 'l p: tt-OJ, of!!the ':,1,. ha d
depicted on every cries of \\ris blov.! si.. 1.I"l.. ..'t.I; '''; '
that not what 'to anticipate, itgnay be a mingled blood ,in the same cause four ihedy nj) : V I ,,'" "' -1' f'C '
..( ; assure us, continuance of ,with 'achangeoftyrantsifshe fathers preferred tbe: sleep of sistent, with. *I '! r-.tv*", 'tit'le: .' \ : in ju.'j.t: 'c.l ar'v u 10 pa3$ : .>
are this day united in soul) and I tyranny 1feelingsoitl"*' ,
jtfsenliment we I wills to the grave to'the prison house, they : i b.nd uSJ yJu I!I otMrfr:_,'. ., .il::;. tH t ait, c'.' .. ...
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resisted nation rich in insensibility, ;- < 'fltc: f r' : %i'rT
the most convincing, thatwe be free, the mere cry of yYarned" a resources, ; I '
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whose disciplined armies were led He 'ry. th 'tn j"( s :TC Ct'eL01< titt.: nal only 1 ;?: a,
this with \ will not aid her emancipation '
are day communing
of, 'Hartford Convention "'I Hi Indian. "A e
veteran chiefs whose &
and of Columbia from bondage. by navy
son daughter -
rvcry mistress of the carried teach you the designs of so fortunate' to'hare, oucL. ,.
wave, a
in the sac atnent of liberty, in : Far different from these instances -
lantic the last The white man seldom.." ,
. commemoration of that periodwhich was the condition of'our ances- triumphant flag on every sea.- '
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, from When we reflect on the opposite never be eradicated'fr m your forward in our defence. "
annulled and tors, emigrating a country
our bondage,
, mories and should convince a.e in 'lour own keep ,
jhattcred the of tyrants for- where the rights of man were better condition of the colonies, we must I
cter. power and more extensively understood confes3, that the world, with its that power only is wanting to the proofs'or our. loneli ;

The profound statesmen, who than in ,any other portion of wisdom, could not have anticipated verturn your liberties. \ the prejudiced eye with :.. '
the thrones remain, war will exist, i thing' is looked upon., :
defiance despotism, penned the the world forced into exile by glorious rt'sultBelieve,
and teach it you must be prepared to meet relates to us, by such a vast v
declaration, whfth have heard the relentless spirit persecution, to your children, that
you :
30 ably recited, are entitled to our they brought with them the principles 'an all seeing eye that never sleeps, The United States, careful to of those who should be
conducted fathers tile livate the friendship of foreign and friends, have .. :
for which contended our
veneration, and will bold a distinguished they ; through '
place in the memory of call it by what name you please, windings of that awful 1 struggle, dons' have .thought upon our resources, and we. '' : :
term it enthusiasm it raised men suitable for the +jr roar principal' meant of / God, sincerely, & our be- .;: : \
man, until the angel shall vear I. degrade by up occasion .c,
that time shall be no longer. Yet the appellation of fanatacism, still I and moulded! the characterof serving peace. Well aware white brothers, forthere .

we must consider their act as the liberty of conscience is the most a WASHINGTON as a suitable our citizens possess in the full Christian hearts which

effect, rather than the cause of correct unconquerable principle ir the human landmark of freedom to future a- tent, the military genius so us, who, seeing our bereav- '
4 had the breast the only spiritual tie tial to success, Congress has helpless tate come hi to
Ii i, opinions; not _people! ; '
.f f I cnto 'd the extent of their between.man.and. maker. that! ges.I:i: pass by the incidents of the severed jD-prQvidjDg.means._ h ,' with letters and the
t{ rights prior to' this, instead of assembling cannot bejsevered!'J it spurns at the i evolutionary, you learn themon combine the characters of.the, ,tio 1 and 'Christi ,
threat and the knees of I.entific soldier, and We felt, the necessity _
bribes of ,
to express our gratitudeon temporal your parents, you '
.1 this anniversary, we should be power, and plants its foot against will transmit thtm in like mannerto I gentleman. It has educated and we I have endeavour ,

,;' :' fostering under the raven wing of tne thrones of despotism ; perse- your children, that the spirit of terprising youth & given a ,it. Our letters are

.: slat'try, the pitiable victims oft cution only serves to develope its those times may never die. The and character to the profession ; and if they are thought ,
ome shrewd and unprincipled demagogues. power, to make men feel those defeat Cornwallis did not makeus the:'soldier ; adapting a system for avagest' let 'the
free war, reducible' to_ a few take,;it for proof, that
: rights interwoven in the constitu- a people ; our fathers, a-
4 Liberty is not the work of a tion o5' man, to feel that there are ware of this, established a consti- principles, (the system which :assistance, Indians ... .

day it consists not in the display things over 'which man was not tution, which should secure equal to France an almost :. f.,1 and write, for them -,.

of a cap, nor in the shouts of a destined to //ule.-To enjoy this, rights to all citizens. By the sim- periority over other nations,) We refer the Georgia '

rabble ; it confers not on man the our fathers,:guided by an unseen_ ple principle of representation, government has furnished and the Editor of the

power'of doing what he pleases, arm left the land of their sires, they moved the vast machine and means of applying these to all .Journal, to our correspon t:. 4, :..
for this of hearkened the presented a which possible varieties of battle. their own commission '! I
U' would be extinction they not to blasphemy government, ;
. freedom, the slavery of the weak I which impiously permits lh. freed from the youth, maturity and Yes gentlemen, such has our, own country. They /11" :

! itf>d the oppression of the power- ruler of worlds to be worshipped decline of monarchies, developeda the patronage you have whether conceived the head -of a

k ful. Political liberty is the power according 1o the systems of kings power belonging to the people, your country ranks you among an or his pea '.. '

of acting in conformity to laws, and of parliaments-they fled to proportioned at all times to their warmest defenders, and looks the negotiations, on our -

enacted by an authority which hasa this land of refuge.If strength, and rising with the occasion you as pioneers the field of whether they were the .
unassisted efforts of .
right so to do, a right originating the fanaticism of the crusadeswas for its exertion. A government nage, cherish the principles the
. from the people. the means of reviving l letters, which, though assailed byc patriotism, _preserve an un :-whose home, now

. Like all other sciences, that of and of dispelling the ignorance oi irruption in every form, has continued reputation and should the foot begins to blossom; and the.
: and the harvest .
an invader pollute our shores, ma arc.greet
: government must have a gradual the dark ages-if England can unshaken during a periodof : .
ch abandoned &
; advance,: it,must comprise; the experience trace to this cause the degree of commotion unprecedented in you realize. the fond : the
of all ages and all countries freedom which her subjects have the history of man. Wonaichs of your !beloved country, and are rising, and the Great
is ft'It: in his influence
. a knowledge of man, his ambition since enjoyed, she can also, or at never had, never can have any but covered with glory. upoa
' passions and interests, his least will, rejoice that her intolerance hostile feelings to this nation, they Let us not cloud this day, and our gratitude, and '

prejudices and his virtues; in short induced a settlement in the never can forgive those who revealed to freedom, with the, ones are learning to read ,

:t it must include the curious and in- blooming wilderness, that her evil their secret counsel, those prejudice against.other nations, word and sing anthems ,
remember that enlightened ;for the gift of the Re ." c-: '
I 'teresting history of the human was overruled for good to the vast who taught mankind by preceptand .f
41, mind, in all ifs diversities and all family of man. example, that people can govern eigners have assisted in our yes they can tell-.whe

, its changes ; to produce its effects This magnificent theatre was themselves. The' King of cils, and fought side by side from whom it is at

on society, it is essential that well calculated to impress the I Grrat Britaintoo poor to buy our our fathers. 'Let us call to ,to force all these "'Oll'SS-

' it be not confined to a few enlightened mind with reverential awe, and to liberty, tried the ultima ratio ; he that in every country there drive them into bar .

; men, but that a general generate that conscious dignity, attempted, to tread us down, to exterminate some who look ,on' our and; savageism as cru .
with feelings of veneration I as dark as ever-did, or .
knowledge be diffused among the without which, man sinks below the last republic. The -
Jnass: of the people ; ignorance of his species ; the gigantic rivers, result is fresh in your memories-; .love., : Let us hope that the I conduct their own, corres '

Veir rights has made mankind in the colossal mountains, the toute there are some present who drew able victims of power may, in 'du .-Wc jay we did-and.
\! the:trut .-It is for *<
time followour not
example and us .
I "tvery age, enslaved victims to the ensemble of the physical features their swords in the cause of freedom 41
comhiued- (forts of tyranny ahd America bore the impress of a and of man, who proved that vince that liberty is not the ate" attempt to vindi
I san of allY 'country, .but Great Father, the Pre. .
; country presents Mighty Hand-the voice and inspiration British invincibility was not in- '
ofelhe United
:it a better.test of the truth of theseOjifljn of prophecy seemed to i vincible. of all ; and whilst we ; : States; he

,. than France ; the extern proclaim, that when reason should I You my red ,brethren, _who have in the rejoicings of this 'Beed' Indian's aid,nor
but however -
? of oppression ha1' produced suffer as rebellion, when the slavery : unexpec.tedly'honored usHvith your ry of independence, may we eulogy ;
forget the gratitude. 'we bound to love him, yet, it -
-action in a people had for of fear should make men afraidto presence, have reason with us to ,. '
ywturics tvorri the qhains.vJJurstln think, when the worn out des. rejoice at the result of the late war, that' being whom we ack o\Y to justice to state, that "..we ,

at once from 'bondage'they potismi of the, old world should i it severed the ties which connected as our only'Sovereign, that' in- often pained, and espe.. '.''

'- ttu$qd the power of a. licentious: scout freedom from the east, that : you with, a, wicked. atd despotic! westerirworld her,has thrown late. at the earnestness .{: '

priesthood, they regained tb-, here she should find.an asylum.,and nation,.who valued not your blood, .the. portals of a 'TempJe never : bic, ,he of has pressed upon .

r \ 9tlt1i of which they.. adbecl r a home ; that here, her children .I.itTTas united you with u$", by the, be closed t ':where the oppressed subject'he has acted cedingourlands.thus _. '. '
11 I 'rreed and clime and : ; we are .:
:ously swindled, and ,tearing should become as superior the strong chordfa'or friendship and every! to conceive. We '. '
fa'Ja' bigotry the spangled 'veil slaves of royalty, as the mammoth mutual affection,. which we .hope,. jn the universe, may" embrace I t of the nature of were the '

which concealed her countenance, of our forests to the puny the Great Spirit will preservcf'.as, tb: !:' ,",:; ; i oD', of 1802. We know "1

" Declared. that atitiquity 'vas''no animals of _.Europe, that here, a long as yon;sua continues to rise icf its'' promises. 'If; I
the !light. of the ; orld-- sage should: arise to.unite, heaven in. the. r.ast and go down in ,the ; ; iilF'L1J. .- -., :. : -. '. these _
be '
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hoary :
to the hc dTd; royalty was brought and ,earth by' the splendor of philosophy ; West, as. long as the moon leads JfJ'rl.oilF t jjffiJ1824. fell. war-whoop should_ev, :.
block,,, the sceptres of Eu- and 'shiver the the in. ; .
on night the
ancient ,
: starry canopy.above Messrs..G. >&9 ., t hpe nct trembled the foundation ,of sceptres- :.by ,the lightnings' of'.':wisdom. -, :us,,may we be brothers,,for .Gen lt71_ Je-.e d in. : oifouHandf: we wiWrti.? \-VX.TY;-' .
was shaken, and tyranny1 '! wear all children. of Great l'\\7: iF
) one Georgia' .n } :till. :
Georgia t i4j
pr ? ; '
!mut'nr ,anticipated that man by' immense I Spir,.. ii :. .
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t I' l ocean stann a': i r : ::: : n .earnejthess' lo i' ej: _-
It-: rIad "bf become slaves! enlightened ; my., from the power of the: ,oppreaIOrtgQ .The.;.British,flag has.' gone down, Dele'dOlfi. ,..-,hisEllencG 'of destroyed, ';by ad i--1 -? ,: ._' \ '
4rnd1)! v... were in motion, i by ciarters'which! : conferred Colu mbi -.has,set her staraUo/;the ;! 9. M;: jip" ,:the:,( : ( ud, fetdip.to'.our; .; r )j

tOt'ush, tl1e their allied, sovereigns, a comparative: degree' ot| heaen1o1sp( !:-i k.a language: pie:|.of>:Georgia, land alao'JsQme, ; : i .'a:i -r eposite- :of:n-t5w.y:and, : ,

-; \t !''rt. thc revolution: mies'- 'V.aiOtVas. ;freedom unfettered 'with a : profliS"gate oppressed,creV. ryrcUm?; 'ih %l& .b.or'E t t ]!: ; fbt.T" :vte, 'ere. ,molded. : : ... }'li.
a. of royA1ij and tyrannic' nobility, ;uncon- tyrants'again. .asJkiriUs w e wUl. .: a-. However_ ''gittatot 'ittftcT, l 'them,'ouLbi Y-tlr.t tri .. :1- :

T '"41or, 9r 4dued the by the.' irresist. bte' lamlnated by.the CJ1Iseof: ;a state gatnfliicI- ; ."a ,m J':4 a to(:; iICfj: the heretofore: ,,:at:the: coarse olIcEIi/hr. : r $ *:[.: .' ';. .
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, heat the and thewantotraigea : '
'J extreme o season \ 9.ti.
; ".4-,".. ,', '. "/ thief. The similarity, however/ ..h'Fl"" ,./ Spark.touchc'iatJ: ; $'< t ***" re d j [.1Wt, : .Y :ivpi' "or't:
4 3.;'" '..;. ', I' }'".ct Ii u I was discovered just uptime, to, |>r6.,: t.1 < 'l ns qence vftiavil, .g;, Jl B'Py'to be persons,; ,who ";B] !iii ", _:A 4 f. .

I. t j1i ...." 1 i/uth re- cure verdict. of Not Guijty.' 1i ;jol eJ time .slnce,"of suspi.1k5c1s4 I! able to state that, thoutiwe, have were alcu1ated", : 1 -

I;. iiisrnuch '".' Y. *F .P\I -. but wasSSble hot weather l t
i 1,1/ij" A .. SfiectatorlA : experienced to a very sant to' ,ou '
feelings < .
r mfj\ '
S S: ';i' we haveclfullyyouro \ business town.-The) Edi&otthe t6 Discover any. excessive. have
t .. degree, we reason
"*' < thejan ''
.' ,I ; Georgetown Gazette, states, Jt'was ''Tery Sickly at HavanawhifenitB'e.Spark for the most sincere thanks to the ing in b i1d-. (r1.-. .;.'' ..,

; y :1'. : thtat the streets of that place have: .sailed and many I'I' ,evinced. not a little..,. .r._ :' ;.., ;'

I. f ,'. ... ,, assumed, "a "t'trdanthue.and': : xi, persons ,had died of the yellow .fever i'Supreme. -.Being, for the' salutaryand our- -' refusing! ,'to ace..-,,1f'' \tl: -'j

...:' ,ROSS. l f'c that there be the Governor General VIVES refreshing showers with whichour :
ptt.es1a ope ttiay ; I I. wishes, and demanding t'_tic7f

*<'";]:;.*,, LOWRIE, enough people remaining. during was very ilU* The Spark is bound city has been favored for the ten note' ':should be addrcjj. J.t:.". ,..U -

1. I : :: ; ;;'j RR.IDGE his x mark, the summert "to stone the rabbitsas t.o' New, York. : 1 lafct six: weeks-and for the general before cbuid'

.'t.: ELIJAH_. flICKS.I they gambol near the: Market Extract from a Pr.Jvate'Ldter. health with which the inhabitants ;we i Riie, ; "
thei ppUcatt9n.
I : --- to
.: p.-- House. "Torida, (Portugal May 14. l :

.: :-Do1Es'r1C. We'understand, fsays the National -His Majesty, highly displeased are blessed. Some two blame'the -respectablewho '!! t"

that orders withvthe'Infante's conduct since months since, we were much a- called t
Intelligencer) on seca .
: witc1: :*
seem<< to :
I Our BostonJneigbbors into the mum-, have been issued by the Navy Department the 30th of April, came to the determination I larmcd at our prospects, having lieve that: they did ; Q. J1 '
be entering largely ; ta
... of to equip the United of manifesting his been without rain fur a consider &- the : Pwe
The Boston Courier
j*. S Thy tra4e. States' ship of the line North Carolina sentiments; and that he might do ble time but all course proper.topur 1 bllt '
+ announces the arrir ; apprehensionshave trust that the result
Wednesday, has
*> for immediate service, and so with the Iessrisk of compromising proiei
: f : val uf the hrig Peregrine from now vanished, and we have a to all that
not to, be '
ir. that she will bear the Pendant, .the public tranquillity, he on :ovtk,
Gibraltar, with two mumm *Afresh fair prospect of a healthy and a- awed by numbers *
British -
COMMODORE ROGERS.The the 9th inst. went on board a or intinit, id
from Thebes and of undoubted antiquity
: officers who had fallen victims ship of war in the Tagus, greeable summer. by threats, so as to induce ;i i i
? At this rate, the flesh ofM'umrny z
to the fever on board of the whither he was followed by the go contrary to o known
."i" will be as cheapas that U. S. schr. Gramfius, are statedin Foreigr Ambassadors, and there Having conversed with Major dutr1o-
The market is already our correspondents.,andoursciwi
* *-ofdugs. a letter from an officer to a issued a Decree by whicn he took Sebree, the Marshal of this District -
: : glutted a,few more of these Egyp2 and that they are convinced thati'll
ith nLerIzialdtwoj friend at Portsmouth. (Vir.) to beMidshipmen. the command of the army from who has lately returned from i
it.r tian carcasses and the stock ,.a f our museums Muir, Satherwaiteand the Infante, and strictly enjoinedihe a visit to ,the interior cf Florida, written j application in a proptr :

Mansfield authorities to disregard his or- manned will always do
;o will be as cheap as the candidates we are much pleased, that we have j
: "L>, Florida ,Claims.-It is stated ina ders or any that might be given in waids the attaInment of |
Y. Spec.i an 'Qbi| i
:I fot the piesidtnc.-X. ii
:: he so respectable authority for informing -
Boston paper, that one professional his name. At the same time like theirs "
!i f"J 4 \. I :'. John Tod, Esq. an able R preSPiuative | than any other st ;
readers at distance
'. I gentleman ofthat cityMr. caused Proclamation to the Portu- our a .
.I .t ; in Cong tss: from 1'. nn- that can be taken.Murder. -
q : sylvania ( he father and cSiainpion Webster) has received S70,000, guese to be circulated, in whichhe that there is a much larger portionof \ -

--- fees and commissions for superintending related his sen's arbitrary I
i r;' *of the Tariff n.II.,) nas been proceedings good cotton and sugar lands on .-On the morn
; claims under the Florida and their origin, and ng:., .tl
.. ": ', < nted a Judge in his own the Chipula, Appalachicola and. the 2Qth instant murder 1!
app a was
: Treaty.St pointed .ut the result they mightbe mi '
It "I.... '!S-' jte-Idrm.. I Augustine, June 25.The attended with. He also ordered Tallahasse, than has been generally mitted at Mobile, by one T1iij-.
Ccntincl. .
't' t..rom the Boston ] .
; .
j1 0 ,'l. a, ,';; '. Tit! .vriter. of \his noah could heat has been so excessive for I the individuals to be stt at liberty I supposed. This confirms our, : MURPHY, alias THOMAS'fl 1t1nX ;ot.'- :

.. .' J :*tell a long htoiy about butler, hav.ii some days past as to have a very who had been confined since tin opinion heretofore expressed, that JOHN KILBURJT. an engineer or ',

; been: 45 yciisiEI: : : the traile, .paralyzing I ff .ct.. .- : 30th of last month; and lastly the lands of this Territory 'are very of'the Steam Boats.-- The n r :

: ,, but he will niaKe it very short. 'Charleston\July\ 1. wrote a letter"to his son, desiring much. underrated in the,character took place at the house of a\rS"": .".?'
Our board. H. R. H.
DistressingHeat. cityhas himto
come on
: .lake your biittei sweet L they sustain. of .
for four days sufi : the um- equivocal character, and:
l'e4 under obeyed
all tbe 'iim'e'rmitk past imnieiliately '
i' ,J crtan.--w'urk out : j Major Sebree is in
o : put no more salt to it than I an intensencss and continue-;, mons and was subsequently removed a gentleman murderer;together with two', *.i!,

4 ; \vili niake it pulavabie, for sal has tion of heat, seldom, if ever, experienced -I to a frigute, it is suid as a whose representations such implicit men, have been taken and >

' no good t1ects to ket ping butter here before. \Ve have I prisoner. These are, in substance confidence may be reposed that mitted for trial. ,

i ; endured, almost literally, an atmosphere the news brought by this
J suett ; II is working out all we shall embrace an early opportunity -
. "'"'f 'the buttermilk excluding the of fire. Several valuable day's mail, which you will read We refer
: '1'' : of'giving a few sketches of our readers topage tbe'E st
, y:: ',, :: ai tn* : it 'ht will accomplish lives have' fallen victims to ,I at greater length when you rc- the desirable in for the oration
the interior
I IpOOl' !'' country dehivere&4):
:' \\i : ." tht desirable object. the excessive warmth-and the''ceivp the newspapers. In this
V very I! from the interesting alnd val- tile 4ih instant, at Tampa Bayjby
who are compelled to labor individuals had alrea-
: i uuu j ..ar UU .L1&' 111 hau soD1'-' :; place, some

tijii'te: )'; which \fill contain 20 find the chance of sudden dt."athj, oy been arrested, and viudictiv. uable mateiials he has collected.. Doctor R. Burden.. The tba&t

1 : or 25 Ibs. ; soak the kegs well .n added to their overwhelming toils I men were improving the opportu -- kc. shall appear next week. -

{ J All alike and His We much the -- -. ., -_-----_, ._
;::' :. ik :' asr ug pickle, and then tar them:: are annoyed, all I nity ; but thanks be given to regret construc- -- d

';8 :;: ." {. pack me butter solid-not in layers must devoutly repeat the prayer, ] Majesty who has put an end to tion which has been put-upon the C(.MiI1 UN J 0.1 TMAMFor ..

: '; !,;," ". .. us is too ollen the case. This \hat Heaven in its mercy, woUld this tragedy communication which appeared in ,
of I mitigate the solai beams, and the Pensacola Gazette. .
: ; 1IkttOd ot packing butter givj, glad Our latest intelligence is in the our last, under the signature of MR. jlluNTAVriter in of
for den usagain with refreshing show- one
chance sale for
1.ir you : of May 22, as follows :
". eis.-Courier. same paper Junius, and we conceive it ourduty the Mobile-papers, having furnished
tor hunuut -
; bug! equally handy Hat JVt"atlzer.The extraordinary ';By the \Villiam and Mary, in to make a few remarks on. the an extract from the works. of :
4 if 1l OotS' not sellin lilt
e, ,
i : niarkct> it can be inspected, / and I ; heat which has been -experienced 6 days from Lisbon, we learn, that subject, as if the piece has cot.been Judge Wilson of Pennsylvania,01
'. his Majesty had landed. tranquility the duties of Grand Juries 1, ,
in this for l'
.L \%Ul lie 11: order lor ex pUrla ioJo' city In day' past, greatly misunderstood "n represented ,
t ,. has likewise been felt to a being completely restored ; and leave to send you one, on: thesubject s me"
butter great
i B.tt. wntn youi comes tu we should be much to
that the Infante Don Miguel had from another Judge"* of ;|
intijier In
itvtr 11".1 Let in tubs, barrels, boxes, degree places. Georgetown blame for admitted it;
last the Mercury sailed in the Perola frigate, according into that state.
on Tuesday
sold fur home
t-i11 i r .4 r ,,;: &c. it can oe only for London and columns. A kind of
t Farenheit stood at 101 1:2 degrees to some according our '_ censorial authority

for be
Ijuter cannot
-T'? ,i"-" use: exportcuexcept in the shade. The Gar. to others, for Havre de Some of the most esteemed of is sometimes exercised by the

*4!*' 'if "1? '1 he in lu&iuiu kegs.of selling butter in dens in the vicinity, and the high. Grace, vi henre he was to set out our friends appear to be under thethat Grand i Jury. Yiewing themst ii,

1W on a tour through of the not as the representatives but asi
land some ,
said be
; < are to
tie ifudors is a bau crops parched L impression Junius intended to
lumps 10 very
,:,4; :\ t states of respectable collection of the
principal Europe.
j for wan of rain. In Columbia! pefr*
::JJt.m ; oi c, cv rv. lauiiiy snould i first fill u pronounce, and that 'Jris observations of
: Wat. Lit..Mrv4.'ork pie the
during last week the Thermometer country, they conaiderJtproper
: kq 1.U mailer do s not LOll did denounce
,f,4i- stood at from 100 101. tty a sw'eping to express, in ,a pubfift.
to The
., than twelve the
: ,'. taUt more pouuda July 8.-By packet -
oldest inhabitants anathema, the vhole of the manner, their united sentiments |
stated that the
K 0l \: then sell, 'l to the trailti: bUL the ship Columbia, Captain Maces '
'. 'leal has not been as great since claimants, under the ninth articleof of public inconvenien'cies, in*
,. : ollur. me.hod is ruinous. arrived; late last evening, in 35
I. Ut.iiti, o* J\rey/zj//cr( wonderfully 93. In Cheraw last week the: : days from Liverpool, the Editor of the treaty with Spain, as a "set provenu-nts, or other-transactions,

I. demonstrated.Eight y uis> Thermometer rose from 90 to 105:1t'gre's the National Advocate has received of swindlers.".-This we are con- measures, or things ofa, general! ,
,. in the shade nature, and affecting,the. welfare
t. au, : ., : ttuuW ., advertised in a PhiU- RichmondTa..) it stood at 98 degrees he 30th May, and Liverpool to the country, or on which it' is' fjjr
author, and had TVe believed that a for their voice be
. in a cool situation.Sou. per to know
: ddpiucl paper tor a person iJ \ 1). lie 1st June, inclusive. The late-
Patriot, fair view of the essay would au S express praise or blame,. .ac4 ,
had 1'ailea lu-ir to a fortune in July 6. ness of the hour,. (12 o'clock,) at

$\JLiaJlJ, and why coui ootau.itiformauon ..: ... which the papers were received thorise that conclusion, we should ing: to their nature or tendett.r:

) t1H ritessary onijiiianu FORK1GN. prevents us from giving copious without hesitation have refused to and suggest or .rccomt'L, : .
j i presrntion
_ puhicjn -
till OUI nUb. it but
: ; publish ; our understanding -
FROM PERU. r* dress of'pul.dic grieviirZC: .,
\\ few the .
_ Th4tI haS receixed days,a letter, from gentl the The accounts from Panama are ; The London papers contain* of the part hich says the re- this they act not. hi t J: J.

pCI ion advertised for, who states to the 20th May, and confirm those F Madrid dates to the 22d May, nmrks are intended fur those onlyto capacity, nor is thet11S1LUthO1ity e I t.\

: ;: t. tlat; he lad just been apprised oihi. previously received of the capture : which state positively that the .. whom they apply ; who, thank: founded. ) 1:

:'L., :, Advertise uunt, and that he was: of Callao and Lima. In consequence treaty concluded between France God, form but a small portion of LI This authority is founded* f c.clyft
of the of and Spain, relative to the of '
- 11"0h1 bad hcaLiiau successes tne; army use, and presumed public conjv
l the
f J" in inucu great body of Spaniards among -
4 C Royalists then occupation, had undergone some ,
in \vaiitf aid. Thus was a general paoic nience, and wheni'xercised "far.

L at'era; lapse pecuniary of eigtu years, are tnexxisrries throughout Panama, the people alteration. The French troops us, the worthy and respectable erectly, mab attended: with jjweffects.
ol ill iiealih of which were fearful of an attack who were to have quit Spain, are part of whom, none respect I The.m+antoEpubhic.bnr! !
f' uge and
1j4; ... w.;nt, greatly allevia.ed tiironga from them. It was reporefiat now to remain till January, 1825. more than I do ;11--i is that it is ings, for itistaric.1iiIiis couuLJI ,

t t the iiistruiiicniality of a Neuspaper. Panama, that afier the Royalistshad : The third number of the Greek meant to apply equally' to the remarks appears to me,'ar ,'gfjBa in co !tn.l'

".' .-Cheraw Int. gained complete possession of Telegraph had reached London.- respecting the claimants ence! and \\ ell .deserving' ,the ,a ,I-

I' the forts of Callao, they shot very The intelligence it contains was ni ad version of the ;Grand Jur''
It W-stiiugion is supposed the Government Stt.Ys- third man of the.biack. troops, very favorable to the Greek cause. under the treaty, and to those concerning The want of aj il'( for the preSt:?!j
1; J : the holders of land titles
thr The ;
whose which
ugh instrumentality great Congress was is almost
I'' .r.\ \vill retain at l last, ,;vvo hun,ired ;
r \) 'lhuu "IU.t dollars of the ciaiths the forts had fallen into 'their to have been held on the affairs of und we are sure that our understanding the execution )o1'crirninaI 'Ia
; a- : '
I wardtd by theConimissioijers hands. This measven1oic. ,' Greece, it now appears will not of the ideas meant to be nuisance to._the .ibtit'-Ad_ .
i un-L ed to quell lhe'spirlt'o""hfstibordi I !| i- take- place. The Grand Seignor Junius in -" r:'
;, ; d" the Florida Treaty, :rom claimants nation which tad .conveyed. by this, particular p. 77. L:: ,.T'.q. __' :
11; indebted to the United.Stains. I still, : ex steel among pressingly remonstrated against is correct, notwithstanding- And rnayhdcd.th, ? .
them on account QfinotjhaVing) their interfering, and thr a
k construction h's Observations exercise of.thi'thority15-t {
i ; issue of 1 any pay .for'atconsiJerable, great cabinets have: agreed to a- ( under the lUrectipn l dr cpntof'the
k : Agnew 5
counterfeits of I way .
1 I time past. It.was ja'so repored. wait'tb issue of the fourth cam- may when tested by the I''
. the notes on the State Bunk of court.. T 1't''ac l..fiaaly pi9P
,: 0 i that some of the Pa riot Officers paign; which they have definitively strict rules of criticism. There "*""*' c
Newark, signed C. I. Graham ? no place on.It'.' at c *
: ,
h'ad. gon over to the resolved shall be the last. Un fore
% Cushier and Varnarsdule Royalists.. believing (and we have not jury 'dtixWith f
; ; President 1 : yet .are at libertj jti }
i I tJln'a.r was much inpedej1mn less the Turks should( be
, :: y44 r hits (been put in circulation': operatiois in his' successful I than their infinitelymore i altered our opinion) that they contained they please.Vhen! published\\ll

I within) aft"da's.. The consequence ofwantrjing most I the it',is .
: Treasurer no personal allusion to newspapers, donebykorderor -
llIone *. I friends anyone I
f ._ ,sanguine venture to anti-
:. .of the Park Theatre', dettected I J ..Baltimore:Julu 3-& :tl1 fIr: 1:1 cijiatef the great ,question whfah is and could 'injure only the dis- resolutionand' not !).'..'. l,
.. ..4' "4 a Dill ((me vI'the nrston court, and"they may-give!
... val at this thts 1C determine the honest 'a\
: evening' last, and .t :: port, .. n, jo fate of the mostl we freely gave them a whomnas. manias they tb,
immediately the fast. saiiiiig'Jc1 Oican.dys'I,( ; \tt: :e sting- portion of Europe, may place in this Gazette. We took ('
# sendips \lr. Raymond the po'- proper.. They may, it is true J; 'W
: lice-officer; the man was taken into I. from .ue&onsidered' as having ,been"already occasion oh the 20th of March quest the court to. 'puhUshif "t., ,
Lguia : decided
i the valor of
c by its
custody. Raymond., -in, the sideragoira inhabitants. last, beinghe second week of 'our. in the opinion of the courti4oprer ;

':. ... course 'of,the evening detected a I La. conducting. press, to give our to make. 'such ,ford< ;',
"Jffcond of the and, 1. I r- Letters fronVParis state that theCIi1flet' done if tlte court fjj&jjf
'. gang. ad near. of the Gen. view of the character of the claims: ; *..
aughiathird. The Treasurer I ; of. .Madrid has.:rejected the'mediiitjpn : ry- ;,may publish ;it" IjSenbut 1

-. :W Sr.th; ,theatre, a, he discovered Santander.C'ahase., 1 .q. -. .,, wt'h.- of' England Between spoken p'r, andjtp ,that we refer for even_ .such ;an order } J.tt\i.

: j hese new 'counterfvils, sent mes- I ? zes Ip.con.i.L'Spain'and"the new'states of South, our sentiments on the subject,. as .court, ,.. would,he strictlydicia '< tr.JIif

;.. t!' .,....t ksemcrs; tugiveatuce, at all the 3OI pany-the, 1_. : pai'- _i- *rmed;: brigs I| America, and .that. on the' tlLl\lay theyare, : the' same we ,now 'entertain ..' ,. ),. for- the paper:' ; is :. !!!! ,

'jub iic,places,. tbereby nreventing Pdrd. id, 'San fit had mude a declaration 'to' that ;' the preceding"be.in.g.wI'itte gr l1d.:of. any:judicial( | j l.oi1 '

,. ,a gt 'at ,deal of'..rschi ?,,: ksce.ra were : eflecd; Ferdinand, h''Yis staled* withdutny intention. of defending. ':"raqnt"-or,' decree, shi'- ,
:'" .: N. Y. American. *4.$3iqi# : .wUjjnWqrVonsent to the indepen4lce -1 : tibwever. itls, a matW.Ling l"
: lde Junius, ,(I let him stand. on his ownfoo"tXng'butjneiely .1- 4'' !:
r' > i : :;../rJ wopkrsons. living; in BaltiT :1tpIy 1h.is nc ent colonies,. 'antf.thS't : IY.f9J\C'er ns.tb. Ju y' t! ,<.1<'"

", :i r.io:1 rh, Pn' of, \V1 .ptn is ,an.honei't fl'41 I and-- coti. heW4>uId. xsert all, his efforts :. '. for' the"purpose" : atoriey.,bas, .nQthi1EL...

n: ar.d\.tic'uJj>(> >: a pickpocket. 1nJ exclu.;io reclucc the ridels, '(as he styles :of shewing'that: ; v.e- were not: in* do;with.lti; than: ny. 9 !,, '

.,-, '..;...', '., w 0uet.at' B250jQpjg|:ilUtt' : ), obedience' &, corr.cct inserting. the css.iy. rl the -bar..-'fl;: .. i!' : 1t

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r1nd "
'tlhe < .. fight, ; .
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o$ fi -. 'b. 3' 1' .
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tanh :
., ., ac 'it'J.t' r .
r t ,the' principal>art _was s4if'S v' 'h' ''t'i\J..I. } '_ ( 'if : :
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1'b' .i i
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fCUiUlUJe et
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-" to the Judge, a difthe': t"u' W34. t "t1ftL&UtiatM".r. : ".' 'I
; drdssc ,, ... ,.. r0a '
1. I 1iL.
; "t ; uses "bw:4r .
3 t < wisb .to have it' pubHsfied' : proof;;0J :fi e vitbinor "th e 7T T*"" n ; treatj the army1, ;' '-'. 1Jg.'I {.,. T ',. 'i"tv" :. ;1
11'Jc || IDe. 'I
c.- therm elves to have it w al properly attributable to the' laftn-jr 'I l..fo" .. H ,4
} speaking, -
t '
1 J(1"3J'\YLtij' (lePr.e atiot1", .tteJudge; and the' Secretary repre ntati box glass t&! "if \k tI
.! both
: .' ,jbuf: bciUC.SimpIY complimcnta-:: of the Treasury, trpuld of course er- author inyourselves 15 piecea.coit.iale ;

t : ot'"J'r ". Ju ge, they could not I cT de them, --out of respect to the ;Jdpiriionspf blei And if I intended parlance rope and 'T bags co$ l i.' ; ..'

',ill:. tp rPtY request him to publish I those yigileht officers we /jmust what.I have there were N. H. Allen.; 48 bbls. ft9'ff. j.
pr"sumethat none could meet theirjsanc. : v } .
and ,containing a censure :
: The
.ip_ it, tion after the laborious crossexaminationto : me, as well 1819 about, bbls.. whiskeft 5 'bbls. gin,10,bblslfe*' -
hc Judge would not .
4 oa fathers, their which they were subjected that are long under t invasion molasses. !ll'bbls., susrar2 bbl"J '
: have complied/with request, not gem ne L.correct ; and lithe loss l.cve: under 'that the loaf sugar"fcii'Cs'i'v'?i. np,3c* -'Ha'.1:1Ztt '

even if thev h'aa made it, for this es turn out.to be more than was anticipated pressions of ; thLe part of bags coffee. 40. bags saIt,3bes .. '" ,
"auld not he a discreet exercise of it is too late for them to illustrate the seeirthat I : of Janu and 2 tierces' bacon,7; i ;... :.,
ll1ned. There is fable .llie'jLawyer-and_ the Farmer, by that some'pf '') the s.e r .f. 1,
the authority 2s c'tndles.2 boxes cno.colalei _! .. "." '
saying thataltersih cote.Some +! .
years -t
if such cription I finally con ": .,
Bo doubt'that presentment, since, whenjthe o Western army in all ,fra d it a strong bale rope.5 bbls. and 5 h_.If 4 :.

as U is-ceUed, ;contained lihellousiidlter'against' i VHtlcdlower, Canada, and were reduced my : was a- iiackerell,:6 bbla.es ..p,9 oeal
15' ... : an individual, the to considerable extremities, they .upproniatedprUate general invasionor : furniture 2 mattrasses '!b61 t .,:; .tY'Cf-
of tIe Grand Jury, and property to their pressing either of to : 11
members y. so soon rosin, S.bbl' .!sperm. oil to Joseph
ot and to on the war .
the Judge of Ute court too, if he eXIgencies carry more made the ?"or.yth. .
ucceesfully, destroyed i individual) property -
( directed the publication, vould of the enemy ; immediately after the : fjually Spanish con go- CLEARED. '. ,

subject themselves to the same conclusion of the war, an American agentMr. I insertec

taijbt jiabilities as if it had been made by ( Lee) was dispatched; to French To might have July 24thSch. Trial, Domin. to

other#persons. -. Town[ and ether places to adjust and pay conjecture guez, Appalachicola, Car v, 5
.inv fir all losses sustained bJthe operationsof Sln-Yo of that day bbls. sugar, 14 bbls. whiskey, 2
-+- I the American army. Tim proves that of the trea kegs powder, 1 ream I 2
lion ,
\ paper keg
% he of the United States ha'erecognizl' you I
.t government
$ The invasion of this province in 1814, And practiced the principle Junius," abused before for it spice, 4 kegs tobacco,4 doz. jugs, i: .

ftv the American army. was ':ot in pursuant contcl1lec1'fortc"en with an enemy. They signature to I 6 pair sad irons, 4 pots, 28 bars 4 :

of any declaration ofvar on the have demanded: reparation from the Brit- iron, 18 bars lead, 2 bags coffee,

tve iwrt of the government of the l/nlted: i js b for the destruction of private proper- th trea: 3 sheets iron, I trunk, .2 bbl .flour,

against 8t1:1.n ; the latter was a t y during the late war, which was not losses"in. 1 I bbl. beef, ,,2 bbls. N. E. and
and entitled all the ,,
neutral country to
controverted by the J/ritisb, save lh deportation subject of
'rjrlits! of neutrality, and responsible! for of slaves which having ben Pensacola, Soto in I tumblers by J. Marcosi Tjo.L .
a violation of them". But she could only ivfurred to his Imperial Mojes'y' the EmIKTorofall refer.L 29thSchr. Ebenezer/' .'ice, St."s" "

be made- responsible- -bv a demand- fi.r i in-- the Kussias, lie has decided Puhl' hed in 1816, to I Marks, Cargo, 13000 feet lumber

10.1 dcmmtv or (explanation, on the part of that they ;'slull pity for them also-upon Sin-As so loud and 10 bbls. pork by Stone & Nis- .
the constituted; authorities of the Ameri- this cstuljised doctrine, J. contend that .. .. .
i inhabitants bet.
pression I.
, t ,,
! npovernmcntand ifthlt was withheld, >
" c:! without u treaty, the United States are the Spanish consented t .. .>
a'declaration of war, in a const'tutionalform bound to for these losses. For ARRIVED. > &> ,. y 'f.
p pay go.n:1'lh11l.onts ed them all clause to .. .
the of the U. States.Jt 'iz. :
Congress -
by like individuals, should not br
tion over is too late 28th. Sch.
is said JuuvevtTthat the Spanish authorities un Mindful of the frcmgn maxim, do un- 1 assure to. M6f1fr"with .'.
.J' citluT by intention or ;inability permitted to others as \voutdtiiey saould do un- observations! There a number, ofpassen.erq.SAILED. ;. '. -.: '-

"or our common enrmy the British, to to you." This is also a strong argument and I made who re .t':."
) .I occupy this place to our :nno-an / that &in confirmation uf the opiivoii, (ifit were iliencr and 24th U. S. .
Transport :
vns the fact, one nation according to Vat-_ not on other grounds susceptible of demonstration to, .. Florida. :
tell the through the limits tt Baker, St. Marks. ,_ ;. .. .'.,-'.
can pursue enemy ) that tu,! l\i"l' uf 1814, were tc and the ... '
lei,. : of another, by obtaining leave, or intended to h. and are actually embraced the inhabi ---._____ "".$" ?. "- '. '- .3.
'11 l'f stipulating to do no injury in the march oftheir by the treaty of 1819 ; v e hope tfcrc: To Pensacola Jose by th\: THE SUBS(l jiE1l:
J. the inhabitants of the neutral
: troops is the
a redeeming spirit in Congress wh reiD I
f J" } -ar.a if the neutral territory ;: -7'\S Received by recent arrivals
country the U. States, that will be extended in favor doubioou, j the '
is made the theatre of war, without the ot'tiie: honest sufferer and the faith 0'" .tc A I j cambrics,": UJ following goods, in addition to his

consent of the government, it would not treaties. Tree, : : former stock, which he will sell low for
oily' furnish a claim for indemnhiinst SIDNEY. reived : tii newspaper of at. cash, viz :
the"invader, but would be a cause of war. iit 100 ,bbls. Whiskey.
in our men;
To be Continued.To
this view of the the -
subject, ;
produce thc: 100 do.
publish it Ohio Flour
of the U. States would be bound .
tit, upun principles natural justice, and national thy Editor of the Pensacola Gazette.tiir. it.-[Ed. COOKE. 50'pieces: Scotch Bagging.

; law, to make compensation for any .-lf\ a re,,. d (,public op moo, & '
$'I' losses sustained by the operations of the mv wish to remove erroneous i\n presaiou>, M it. N. H. Alien::1.- ;, 1

I army, independent of any treaty on the as" well as the excitement which exists; been V;; "- -, .*_.twrsb.a's
} subject. The invasion in this instance respecting construction of Junius," claims I \\; a\e. : :
),' lus been pronounced a justifiable and I am induced to request you will publish! ty, by the U LJ1. Superior Court of Ifl'elJiF/o'rida.L, .
patriotic' chef dou'vre of military skin; the following correspondence. last papr-r.
t$ worthy of \\ ashin tn or Marljorough, Yen HespcctfuUv, different Thomas iEngliSbJJ3 Y virtue of a' d'

, ,,. the ccJat! of the _exploit however, does "Your Ob'u St. I and as it is y creetal o-der of
not lessen the obligation: of the government ROB I. MITCHELL. I tires of an Antonio,I Alexander Love Ttafe, upon petition for-
1S and others. J
of the U. States, for the incidental Pensacola, July 23th, 18.24.Pensacpla I freely, Cargo, 44 foreclosure'Mortgage .. ,
in the above made
" and;inevitable consequences of war upon before an 1 cask case, at the Jlfay term* : s*,.
1824, of this Honorable ifourt, / thai 3 -.* *.
- This and
private property. must have 26th sures
army July 1
sugar, proceed to tell at Public Auction in {
front of'iic
Li en comprised of materials of which all SIR-Your name ;is to us by .Mr.I .
given 3 .
>F hHory does not furnish; a solitary exam- Hunt, as the author of Junius published in endeavor to Court House in the city of Pentacola

pie,'if an exemption claimed for them, last Saturda)'s Pensacola Gazctte.s we tional law, wine, on Tuesday the 5th daj of October next .
1Jt. from human frailly, and if their tl'3ctl.S are claimants: and have no idea of beings the treaty, Master at 12 O'clock,for eash the following de > '

tsnmarkftl with the desolation that stigmatized is Swindlers or"fraudulent," dividual cribed real estate, 'Vir.

fqVowed the footsteps of'every other army -i f we require from )ou an avowal or disavowal by the New- ? 800 Arpens of Land
since the days of'prince J.ugene.1tis immediately& in writing, whether i in 1814, : .
not fur me however'to discuss the sub'- such ienurks were intended to apply to bonajtde 'I'w.: corn to situated in Escambia County, up !
ject.-" Lobsch" u"re acknowledged either of us. parties to on the looters of the Perdido9 ,

rff government: have assumed their payment, We are Sir, our New-Or with alt the improvements thereon, consisting .
and it is now contended thl.f they have Your most Ob't Svts. faith if she 22 bbls. f a valuable S.1.11'? MILL with all it. priSxleges .
only agreed to pay those of 1818. If there H. de Grand Pie, tion : a bbls. and appurtenances, and other buttd:: ._ ', : ..:
1. 11 \va> any moral or political obligation on respect pu-''ngs at present occupied by James JQearii', .' '
=, tliem to pay those: of that imasion, with Antoine Collins favour ot soap, And one half of Lot Jfo. 6. in the ci&of : '

a wiiat colour of propriety can they refuse, Eugenio Lavalle. province. 4 cases Pensacola,situated on the sgva-e. Th* .'
J" to pay those of 1814. That was" campaign To Rob't. Mitchell, Esq. I fear not s candles above property will be sold to satisfy a mo-, =
of the same army for the same purpose tice, it is gage given by the lefendnnt to the plointijf
Ad if Spain demanded satisfaction; I. this age of BEJb J. WT.WLi-. D.M. for

its ia the one instance, and the U. .Via < assented Pensacob, July 27th, 1824. ed out from For- WM. SEBREE, Marshal..W,F.

., to it in a solemn treaty, upon w'Jut; To Eugene L3""a lie, Hu. Grand f of the old 40 bbls. March 29th, 1834-12-lrats,- *

* plausible prctext ofsopliistry or reason-j' j Pre ji. Collins Esqs. lum' amongst 1.
Hi ing: can it be supposed, that Spain would! will at :
, < j reply to your note accoun current with George-W. Barkley
jjot insist, and the government of the U. intended to .
I j! yesterday, 1 have to say, that in writings Treasurer.
t SUv'.t could refuse, to pay for the losses piece signer **Junius" I had no other which were
occasioned; by the operations of the tance to be
( army object in view, than: to vindicate the go-
,,'.. a, j in lot : wherein is the obligation lessennl '- i vornment of thr United States and some negotiation, J
.f' ? will it be tontendcd that there is a i of its officers of high standing and charac- against the Cr.

it .stipulation of a treaty in the one case and J I ter, from what I conceived unwarranted embodied in
not the other ? no politician could hazard J late o ""
i censure, by a writer over the signature of ( By amount of the following sums received
'f his reputation 5y a proposition so fullaj j i" F" lu'speakin of the claimants for Florida." I S 641 since the first day ,January last, viz:
11\ cious. wuuld result in an argument of losses. I made no allusion to any individual. impurity of for amount Licenses on drays 30

_'. -.jthis kind ; the United States have arightto I contended thai under a proper to,the 24 .amount of duties on sales at
t.i'. invade a neutral territory in pursuit of the Auction '
construction of the treaty, the. government 69 10
.an enemy, and to destroy the property of was correct in rejecting claims for of J. Q. : 15 amount of Licenses on capitals -

the inhabitants, without compensation:- losses sustained by. the operations of the reverence : not over 1000 dollars, 63 61
i' an .A'H.ri"M\ mnrstervho should promulgate arm in 1814. With respect to what I have respectfully 23 amount Licenses on capi-
an absurdity so irreconcileablewith said who tals not 2000 dollars
'. in tvlation to the character of the over 37 50
justice and national law, should feet I clains' have only repeated what has been pluck any of 23 5( amount Licenses on capitals
'f" the blush shame mount into his cheeks, : long in public circulation, and which was he has not between 2000 and 4000
. :tt a jios i4-u:. iui o.ity iiKlefonsive, but so frstpublishedinithe Floridian" of the not tell an dollais, 11 25

incompatible with the honor and magnanimity 4th October, 1823, under the Editorial a lawless 12 ampunt of Licenses on capi.

." of our government. No one has head, in the following words, U our city is taws, unless up tab over 4000 dollars 70
. vveryct been hardy enough to contendthat filled with reports of the extravagant nature ter was 47 50 amount of Licenses on Pedkr -
,according to the laws of war, and of tiaa and *
lee amount the claims filed, and *, 6 8T
.. private"property of an enemy could with! strictures upon the character of the American 4 50 amount Licenses on retailers

"rojmaiecl destroyed by an invader, testimony urged in support of them. Cart cording to spirituous liquor?, 196 _
, vMjcut' compensation, and if it is not luadt of Doubloons are said to have been nied amount of Licenses on Taverns

tHo fac b.V the aggressor, the governmentlist captured by the American army, and do no wrong 12 50 40 ; .

remunerate. her citizens or subjects, bales of cambrics appropriated by the merican of amount of Licenses sm Billiard ... "'.'
I compel the invader to make ivpara11 Choctavvs. JIfcatombs of cattfehave been any injury. 40 50 'Tables, 40 2$ :

",; ( ,or cbn'inue the uar until the object sacrificed,and if the sum total be correct, hare seen amount of Licenses on prepares -
4- i o s cmpli bed. A contrary doctrineJm1d an ox could.hardly) have furnished a din of,coffee, 3 7'S
\ fiibveit all tlit- established' principlfijtjdf : nerto one of these American gormands. same in : 110 :amount of Licenses Confectioners -

Crotiutsnd Putfeiidorff and maket : And again, it is the privilege of the officers the notions 7 50
\ tecodc diplomatique, which few civi1iLtll' of the army, many of whom are nowhere is but in :'noUn of fines deposited; 16 50
lt1o'ns.would think politic to a- to repel by proofs the charges digression. 35 08 1 amount of taxes deposited by

dupL IFtlien the private property of an which are brought against that army, half for ? those : 'M. Hannah 17
rnemy is sacred in tinie of\\ar, how much of which, toere they true would reduce its ', :amount of taxes deposited JiBenj.

inoi-c"forcibly It apply to a neutral! reputation from that of an army of patriots us in the 125 Wyman, 'F. '175
uytion, against'whom there is no coni- to the level of the,.British ruffians who The amount. Corporation notesissued '

paint; and no \var..The r.tish were so invaded this and our, own country. It they had 603 50 .
wnsihle of the application of this principU will not, be too late at the approachingterm I. no 62 50 I' ,

r.'f } -, that after their arrival in the West InJiis of the Superior Court, to correct this !. ficers to s1 .7 S138335 ,\i_ ..);:

4 < tiicv despatched an officer to Pensaiolu practice, and we hope for the honor of houses and : ".. amount due the Treasurer 13. 87 "..": t. :'.1r")"
to JTUV for, all .losses occuiioned by our troops and our country, and for the shirts and p : I'L' ':1 -
their; This nation that has been .. f-,,.
troops. 120 ,
that examinationmay
sake justice, a public I these things .. S l"&V4i1'. "It.,:.
bo often reproached for resolving things be made of these claims,that the I ern.army, : : .,' I' : v., ",
'into public cxjetlitncy, would not utter honest sufferer may be recompensed and Choctaws I ', _. .
of her fame lobe tarnished i I .., :.. :. .
th cscKtc1seoii the fraudulent repulsed." And here I : home naked ] : s t. ; i I 't: 1. '.' *
by such an act ot1nj t.cc. .Many claims 60 : I :; : ,
must remark, Gentlemen, that at this time ; pany, with : .' : ., .r.:
: : '
:: vcre presented to Capt.'Spencer for loss- nearly al! the claims had been filed, with I allow the 5 +, i ." .,.,4".. ,.; ':1 .
0. i-s in tLc confusion of the invasion. of the the same evidence. that on which they ultimately : pressing his ; 3 ., '

". :.mercnsnnd thcd'tarture'oflb .tfrit- r '!ed.; .and on enquiry 1 find, that things of ; : ow 1. IA" .. .
i.U troops, all those which could be tracedto your claims, are among those which had '. tcrsof fact ; : ..- ..,. -
the Jall r\\re' promptlypaid, those of been filed. I will also 'remark .that the cussion ; : .J514U4 44 oo I ." .' ; +, _;I..
the former he stated: would of.course 'be charge (,fraudulent laims, was. made,by sites.,cn ti : '. ; ." .. or.

p. paid by the American govcrntnent.. Lii'li'.ition the press.itself and not by an, anonymous lute wrong >? weoige w.. k 1 .
: ,to thisuct! justice en, the part writcrlnthe. very place where the claims 'ricrur City. '.2Waeth. .
of t5c'.British go-ernment, upon the representations were presented, and it was fair to presume es"and )1'; l"" .'.

';t -.'. cf "thtf..S'pAnish i minister' a. that tlie'public sentiment 'of'that placewas that the 4 by .bet'City Council, to audit and set '

't t-2t 7:commission lias been constituted in l Kng-, proiiounce l. Have merely repeatedwhat adjust and of the.clty Treasurer, certify the above
,1 .t, a .conidcrable t'o .I has been announced' } '
-1iF 'xp.ehe! : publicly by a-: accordingly .
: the Vouchers. "
'. n tcljttst aU cJal 'S'panWi sub. nothcr, and .:.ask you why it .is,, ,that perse yenng 10 J' ,
.. b.t :lUS\ that :g vciunet alid m you hayc,not called that person to'accountforthe there were ; Saml. Pattersoa. ;.':.''..' .VHyMicfiS .,'
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:, : lLcth'ly for ue:roca taken ofr in' Bri iniEtcriminatirijrcennire in' which 'or those oc .. .. < {5. ;.'," ."
.t *JB?i.ressels;this.ommi. sion is:t6 pontiuuc he utiaclies -the imputation of fraud to .*!.duty of I '-) 'I 1 ,"--J- '.-v?, "

tl111.: ...: .J J"'': >Vc. dii' net, hear Kiujlondun .your cbiins? why nave you ipt isked .l.tn. J. :.. t.1 :' .tf-.ItUpftfife. .. : :: *l-(*"_;''.-", _

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: the:city ofjPenfacola facd 29th D .. jAfl toinfen.of thistly} e" .. t of : :; eceider t9
;var o, )'tJ virtue a writ :B.rlt--1J.I
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,I, cetber182.' .. lOth.section 'of\hbU r nnce.of hea6thOctoberirt received i per: '? ; J

.. I't; I f ". ,'I w.: I of fieri.facias incase !. S cTlo1fL. ., ; haying,inaJ&it e uty .of JUST from New-YorkeiI"on to from F4ikdeljih( ,. : ; itlc t (
cicoJ1ka4 )this to, dl.l :
.I}: ; me s fD E it Ordained by tliefJoard: of 'Aldermen the .blestrfy 1fc rfarei ne every the former supply,of books/among'which S from 'tfcmQrtca-nJi 4. ,

,ft .; rectedyitlnltAuctioneer p' ,ed, WMsU'.at' Publicat :.!.I, of the; city aforesaid,. that for :'lotwithintheKip of this ' l 1.
: i t '.., ,. ',the "Court House of cleanliness, they n'3 Well the author ofJFaverly 40 Packages! 1
the present year,'and annually hereafter, pjftmoting St. Ron?- by nry.G tf 3 :
\ iliisc t'J
v' : doorin Tuesday, the. 2d day ; :
: : NovembeVneH l'y.% there shall bale vied and collected on all were sao id e eii tptopceed. :The Mayor; Biding! eld's Medical Practure, S

f! of betwe&thibours often houses and lots, the. property of'persons':j howler, wfeeiying Jthe' object one ofI Franklin's Journey to,the Polar Seas, CONSISTlNGOp; I .i:
"if. 2 It ,\. .,A.M.; and two P. M. the followingproperty retting-anthiii the corporate limits, a tax of:j gteat.1Dp'.cf" # forxttte-. wetfpe of the Hajji Haba's Adventures, B OMESTIC plaids an4stripJvShirtingssheetijgs .... ., .:
viz half of lot 24U .
No. ,
.. .; I j :-one t h irtv-se,efl and half cents, on each one S commiituti, accompanied the;..constablein Waldo's Na\'alll ros, Prose by a Poet, ,- H "\
;:. it' I f in this city, being situated upon the street hundred,.dollars the value thereof. I i I be dprnice.f.that duty, and ascertained Songster's Museum, Salem Witchcraft, Checks& tickings: "

i fV 11 leading! to the spring, and adjoining the Sic. 2. Be it further ordained, That on .. ), that jdie proper measures hail Coleman's Anecdotes, Superfine and low priced cloths, ,: \ ,' '

f .. .. i lot owned by )1:.John Jerrison-and 800 all houses and lots within this city, chimed I I been attendedtQexceptifl: two: or three Egan's Sporting Anecdotes, CassimereVand battinets,, ,;,
I .t' 1! -. ";.arpens: of land situated upon Pasadel 11i" :> wInch orders 2 Ladies white and black' L '
t : : or owned by any person or persons not '< places only.5ia.ieai4.: Gregory's Chesterfield, volt. cotton hose {
It ',1 : "diatheproperty of the said Vidal-all of resident \vithintbe corporate limits, there i;j were issued Jn'cpniplianc with the a- Charlotte's Letters \Virter, S Gentlemen's white and .marble half 4" .{
"I &which will be sold to satisfy this execu shall be levied and collected a tax of fifty boye mentioned ordin nce. .This is therefore Humornort'snew collection Anecdotes, hose; < .\j-r- i 'ii.'
f. '11 .* tion. notice to the inhabi.ants of -TwoSncks Cotton and worsted susperaTers !
cents on each one hundred dollars of the to give Le Sage's Devil ,
I ;'4 '1. :, -J. r BENJ. WYMAN, D. M. for value thereof. 'l f'.Pensacola, that the' Constables.. willrenew La Peyrouse's V>}age,Living Plays 3 vob* Extra super printed.cambrics & a \f'. l'

,4..;.'.:.; .' : W. SEBREE, Marshal W. F. SEc.3, He it 'further ordained, .that ,the, St! everyjtwo: weeks,and at the same New Robinson Crusoe lins for dresses, new .*-rit-?o .<, ti'articles

\ July 2d, 1824.11-1m4m. there shall.be levied and collected" 1 time to equire every good citizen, .mdividually -I Phillip's Speeches, TytlerVBlcments, S : : .\..,

I .t.1!(I; uE1JiLE. present year, and annually hereafter, ,on I I ,not to neglect to impart to the Tales of Landlord, 3d Scriet, 9-8 and 6-4 cambricks and Jacconets., i :1.

I 0 ,, all shuffle boards, ninepin alleys, or public authorities'any and every,information Scott's Lady of the Lake, Irish Linens assorted, ..
j .t ,: ': COUNTY COURT. generally known by those names, which may come to their knowledgewith Walker's Three Spaniards, 2 'Vol,. Linen Cambric hkfs. nuns threads, S
j ,. 1{. Enoch Dodgson ) games to the ot<: cleanlinessin Silk and Merseilles
4 'l one half the ix on billiard tables, g5. respect object Butler's Farmer's :Manual, vesting,

j. .o,'-E. i V. fi.fa. On all LawyeTs,'Physicianb and persons general, as one 6F the most importantsources Barbauld's Lessons with colored plate, Drown H lhnds,

: r l: Jime) Itttthton, ) holding civil appointments-under the general of our expected prosperity, and leppings' Kvnning's Entertainments, English & India, Bandana &.flag hkfs.,
... .:sr .' virtue of this execution I shall the most mode of the Cotton ,and "
BY proceed or territorial governments; except sure preserving Ewing's Geography, Gregory's Legacy, Flags pocket hkfs. W
;i I to sell for cash,on'Tuesday the Notaries Public and Justices of the Peace, health and existence ftheir families and Locke's & Bacon's Essays, Nankin Crape dresses,figured, .

't ," I 3d: day of August ,next, at 12 o'clock, at not being lawyers, ten dollars.On friends. Hodgdon's Letters, Linnet Song Book, Black Italian Crapes,
\ I : the Court House in Pensacolathe follow-I all holders of real estate of the value P. ALBA, Mayor.Mayor's Lite of .'I".1nklinVashington's Life'atson's Leghorn bats;

: .:,:' i ing described valuable real estate, one of five hundred dollarsor upwards, Office,Pensacola, >. \\ Philip 2d and 3d, 2 vols. and. \aricty of other staple and fancy s'S.
II :, Jot in the city of Pensacola situated I April 3d, 1824. > Life ticles. -.
l' t i : on not paying a store or other license, one Ilawes of Newton, Putnam's Life,

.:, .. : Palafox street, No. 1, fronting ,Pensacola dollar.On BY THE MAYOR Bonaparte's Life, 7 cases gentlemen's and boy's drab \

',' :; .,. Bay, 40 feet by 80 on Palafox street, more all free males of the age of twentyone A PHOCLAMA-TION.: Astley's Cooper's Lectures, black beaver castor hats of tha .

; t':1: ,. or less, and directly opposite the market I years and upwards. snot subject to any Ferrer's Meuical Histories, latest fashi n,
with the 3d section of the
t :; house, formerly the property of Townes I II other tax, two dollars. I N ordinance compliance of the 16'th of November. 1U1 ray's Materia Mcdica, 2 casesfine cutlery, &c. table knives

I; '. ',I : and EdgTey,and by them conveyed to this On all persons wearing carrying Phillips on Indigestion, and forks,
1822 which isis follows that from and
r ..1 ., : defendant, and hitherto known as Edg-iey'* i iI "word-canes, dirks, pistols, or arms of any of ; I Baudelocque's Midwifery, Pen-knives, scissors, razors, needles;
I ,, .y Corner, together with all the buildings : description whatever, ten dollars. after the 1st duy January shall next be every I Tbll r's Law of Executors, &c. &c. '*
of the
within the
'. I and thereon of ordained That all privy c-ty Blackstone's Commentaries 4 voh. 2 bales Osnaburgs
t t ; '.t; improvements consisting ;:j SEC. 4. Be of not less than three feet and
depth ,
I-u'--a C' j'taxes,with the exception of licenses, shall Bishop Home on the Psalms, 30 pieces cotton bagging, S
,t'f..I '.. (II ... .. .. 'fwo t o'tHOUSES.jiJ,. :I be, considered due and payable on the first the proprietor of every lot, on which Marshal's Friend's Family, &c. fctc &c. j iAI.SO, S
.:, filiI! I there shall be a privy of a smaller depth, 50 barrels
of August in and if not WHICH, whiskey,
dar every year
\ "t ::11.. :: :: I shall forfeit and pay a sum not exceed- 7 do
; of with the heretofore toaf8tlgar
!" I paid-on or befo.e the last day August, together stock on ,
is hereby author-
:.. j, ::' f One substantially built of brick last! summer there shall be an additional charge often ing ised g5, fiom; and after Mayoi the day aforesaid, hand, composes very extensive and general 5 qr.casks L.[ P.Teneriffe wine, S

.: :I two stories high, with a cellar underthe pcrcent. be cleaned assortment of books, and will be.. 1 pipe cognac brandy,
to cause sucn it privy to out I
) 5. Be it further ordained, That on sold the New-York for cash.- 1 do Peach brandy, S
: ;1- whole, fronting the bay 36 feet by 38 SEC. and deepened, at the expense of :5lIchpropletor at prices
: all before the last lay of marchin Merchants and public or private Idogin,
t' : : \ on Palafox street, and now occupied by taxes paid and award a warrant exe- Country
'tL ; Finlay &. Kushton: the other a one story each year, there shall be allowed a discount cution him for the costs thereof Libraries fun.ished on the most liberal A qr. casks dry alaga wine, -;
against S
: l t frame building,and occupiedby John Edpley. of ten per cent ; and on all taxes afternotice in manner. No terms, and such books as are ordered and :15 barrels prime pork

.'.'; ,., Seized at the suit aforesaid, and will paid before the last day of June, there from, and a summary after he 1st day of are not on hand, will be procured with as Young Hyson, and Hyson skin, tea,
: be s Id to satisfy this execution. shall be allowed a discount of five per privy, 'tooverflow little delay as possible. Orders from a Gun powder do. in canisters,
shall be permitted
S W. DAV1SON, .Sheriff cent. January ,or to be otherwise in an, uncleanly distance will be as promptly :attended to, Coffee, sugar, flour, soap, sweet oil, copperas .- .
old Sheriff's Office,?. E. County.Pensacolai SEC. 6. De it further ordained, Tnat it' condition and the and meet with the same liberality as a fcllum, salt petre, starch, pepper, i
I; if'I'I f *. $ shall be the duty of the collector to dis or ; j.ersonal application. pimento, indigo &c &c; &: .
if there be otherwise the '
or :
t train for all with the addition of ten 50 kegs paint, white, green & blue '
: .:t t March 17th 1824- -Imts.SHERIFF'S taxes, proprietor, of such privy, shall forfeit \y. Hasell Hunt. A'
2 casks <
.r... per cent immediately after the first day .- Spanish brown, ,
and for such offence, a sum --
: ::; ; SALE. September in each year, and in neglect not pay exceeding every5 and if such tenantor 2 tons Swedes iron, '. '
I ; AN ORDINANCE 5 cwt. steel
thereof he shall, with his sureties, be held assorted. !:
proprietor do not cleanse the same .
: j c COURT. accountable, in all cases, after the last day within reasonable time, to be judgedof To prevent jleojlle from bathing in On (j'onsijnraent. ::: .
< ,
l.I, t .. of said month. Itshall also be the dutyof the time .
: 4 by the Major after notice to day front of/he city. 50 barrels corn meal .1
1 V Filippe Prieto, Ex. &c; given ,
< 4 the collector within the three first da"sof
"'!! ,. : : .<. >-S. ?fi. fa.COUNTY I settle with and that effect by an officer of police, the BE it ordained by the Board of Alder- 300 do. comm the ear.i .
;. ;:1 i (II' J? : M. De Losada. ) the every treasurer to monies collected. pay. Mayor may cause the same to be doneat of the city of Pensacola, that S. i June 5th-13-tf. S
any from and after the seventh of

'.., '., j : UY virtue of this execution, I shall proceed SEC. 7. And be it further ordained,That the expense" as aforesaid, to be leviedas current shall bathe day front JuneS of I i
,- .t:. ': to sell for cash on Tuesday, the 3d so much o' the ordinanceHo which this is aforesaid. It is recommended to" the no person in NOTICE. ....
during the'day
city ,
and ot
to tenant ; ':. '
t 11 o'clock A. M. every proprietor every .
; day of August next at an amendment, as is inconsistent with the /- *
Point Verducant and the de la .
within the liniits uf this Bayou
::, .. *, at the Court-house described real in estate Pensacola viz., the following present,shall be and is hereby repealed.F. any ration house to avail themselves of this corpo-mostproper Aguada, and any one violating this ordinance ALL persorjs indebted to the estate of ? .

.- H' Nisbet, season to attend strictly to the It.a white person or free, shall Barbie'r deceased are requested ..
Pensacola situa.
One lot in the city to make immediate '
President of the Board of Aldermen. provisiocs here above mentioned, for tear pay a fine of two dollars, or in default payment. Those S ;
10. And bounded
: : ted Pensacola Bay No. having demands
on -
: any against said
: thereof shall work the works of estatearo
4th 1824
Approved June that, by neglectingthe; same we should public
j .;.1' east by Madam Suarez, west by B at- hereby,called to the
of the this city eiirht days, or if slave shall receive upon present same
P. ALBA, Mayor City. attract, orencrease, and deserve events a ,
north b street without
; ) tazar C.enteno, \ Sarragosa delay;land all creditors
lashes unless the should legateesand
Attest tho3e.'which befell ten owner
similar to us duringthe
: 80 feet 190
"n c fronting the bay by deep persons entitled to distribution
I : fine of dollar. .are
: N. S. PAUMANT1ER. summer of 182. pa a one
1 levied and will be notified
Said lot has been hereby that S
I upon by the 37th _
section .
f" Secretary of the Corporation? The constables shall the said V. H. Nisbet .
1 the aforesaid execution and carry of of
; .., tI sold to satisfy an act the Legislative Council ofthe .
;! cost. BY THE MAYOR provisions into effect ; they shall report President Boa.'d //deNnell. the Territory of Florida approved 28th >
'v. DAVISON any and every infraction thereof to the June 4th June 1823 entitled
1824.-Approved, "An Act, .
., 11 PRlfl.1.J.a.TJON.IIE ; Mayor, for the uad the tine be respecting
remedy to
Sheriff Es. P. ALBA the
; : County. Mayor. probate ofj Wills and the ranting- .
.t.. Slieri. '* Office, .[ provisions of the 5th section of&Ss enforced.Gin e Letters testamentary, and letters of administration ,
I .p 11 1824 the ordinance of the 29th of >n in the Myors Ofiice at AN and .
1 ; rensacola March December ORDINANCE, the duties of executors
i'uii&acoia, Un.-j 28th }eb. 1324.i1. .
I; March 13-lamts. 1822, require. all persons subject administrators, and guardians." heir
ALBA To reww av ordinance, establishing -
1 'i : : ?'- ----- to the license tax "to obtain from the claims will be,Barred at the expiration of

:: ;: .' ; -, 1# SHERIFFS SALE. clerk of the corporation of this city a LIcense By William P. Duval Govtrnor of a Scavenger's. cart. two years, unless exhibited within the

,,' : I' .' COUNTY COURT. which shallbc given on the view the Territory of Florida. BE it ordained by the board of Alder- same.
t < *" tlfe Tie of the City Pensacola,that an ,
John Gamier of the receipt of treasurer. mo A. P. PHII.I ERT.
( ,
,p 'I'I.: 'I vs. )C oJ fie fa tive which dictated this provision was to: PROCLAMATION.WIIEKEAS : ordinance passed and approved on the Sole Heir and Legal' Representative*
control the collection off5Lid in of 27th of May 1823, to establish ascavenger's Pensacola
W. L. Drown. establish a over pursuance an act 26 June 1824-16-8/.
1' tax, for the benefit of the contriba- Council of the cart, be and the same is renewed E

:. II' '. BY virtue of this execution I shall pro- j tars at large. Therefore, the payment! Territory Florida, approved the 24th far jis that the scavenger cart thus to be Custom I House, Pensacola, >

n':' ceedtoisellfor} cash on Tuesday the 3d I| made into the city treasury and the treasurers day of,June, 1823, Commissioners were: re-established shall visit each house within 4uly 16th, 1824..5 a

I I '. .. 'ti t ., day- fiist next, at 11 o'clock A, M. I' receipt for the license tax do not appointed to select the most eligible and L this city, three times week only, instead NOTICE S

tJ.i at the .court house In Pensacola, the following I exonerate the persons having paid the convenient rituation for the seat of government .LS of daily, as required hv the ordi- I ,

I. !, ';" described real estate, viz. tax-they have not complied with the ordinance of the Territory of Florida, and I nance aforesaid. To Master's of Vessels after round.. ."). ,

.. .. One half lot m the city of Pensacola, J until they have depocited the the said Commissioners have reported tome And be it further ordameu, hat this in&! Tarter, Point.LtLllE ,<

b: ,j 1'\ situated an Cuna street, No. 95 formerly \ treasurer's receipt into the Secretary's office that they have selected a sctte in the i iCcur.ty present ordinance Ehall take effect from Collector has fixed a lamp at the 4

.r thc property of Dominquez and by him:: and taken a rcgukr license from the Ga.'bden, situated"about mi It i. the 10th of this month until the last diy corner of the, Custom-House which .,

'.,t' '. .: conveyed to this defendant, together with. secretary" pa)ing for the same as provided southwest from the old deserted fields ot October next, and that the Mayw shall \\?. be lighted every evening, for the benefit S.
I aU the buildings and improvements thereon by said ordinance. Tallahasse, about a half mile south of the contract by the month with the lowest of those who: arrive after dark, to '.:.':" .

: .'j. 't., ,consisting i of The constables will hort1y be instructed ok -Iock-o-ny and Tallahassc: trail, at a bidder, and that the amount shall be paid r enable them to come up to the proper .' .

g1'j .. ONE DWELLING HOUSE, to repair at the domicile of every person point where the old Spanish road is inter out of any monies in the treasury not otherwise anchorage. The Light bears from the "

II. .4i 4. gi 14 ,at present Unoccupied ; all subject to the license tax, and demand sected Dya small trail running southward appropriated.F.. Point, N. N E _distant about 6, miles.- 4

Lk '$ of which said property will I the exhibition of a regular license ; ly." lathe exercise of tJie discretion in H, Nisbet The depth of water will vary from 7 to Sl1.'f'1.i:.... 'S

;. s-.. be sold to satisfy the aforesaid those persons who will not have wholly me vetedby the said act, andTforlHe* information S PresIdent Board of.Jli14hraen. fathoms. s. Good anchorage will be found :.:: :

v- : execution and cost. The -propertycan : satisfied; to the 5th section as above hait of the good people of this"Territory June 4th 1824, Approved, in a direct line from! :the light in 2 ,t t. .:...: : I

be viewed at any time on application forfeit and pay the sum of twenty doLr.-! > I have thought proper_to issue this P./AI.HA, fathoms. 19-tf ..1.t '
Mayor _ _
_-It. _I;; to to and tor the use of the corporation," my Proclamation, requiring the members -:5, : -;., LS. : '
1 r'w.. DAVISON, conformably to the 6th section of the ordinance of the Legislative Council of the Territory Commissioner's Office .,'-"-, -f'.:
'rue Subscriber ? : I
Sheriff' Es. County, atbresaid.Mayor's Florida; to assemble at the scite above : Pensacola, 1st ,
July 1824.
rii F Shrrtff' Office Office, 7. described, on the day appointed by law Has received, per the last arrivals from > ;;

[r 1 J'en'acota, March 11,,1824 Pensacola, June 1, 1824. 5 for the next session thereof Philadelphia andJ\"ew'Orkanst the foLs OTpHE undersigned, commissioners beret ;t:. i
_ 41
; : -- P, ALB, Mayor. Given under my hand and the loving fresh supply of GOODS.Groceries by notify all persons within the District .. ':. i

; ShL'fi'.4 Sale.1 seal of the said Territory at of West Florida, that by an_'act of ;J

: : t Commissioner's Office, 2. Pensacola, the 4th day! of Congress: entitled "an, act granting. ,do- \

( ,I.. :;,1, COUNTY COUIU'Vm. Pensacola, April t 1824. 5 March, in the )ear of our nations'to' certain actual settlers in the ..':t

-:: t.:, l ; \ A.Bell, } ; t\ LL persons having claims and titlesto Lord, one thousand eight Territory of Florida," approved tile.26th ./

,tk,: Ir vs. >f.fa, land within West Florida, are hundred and twent-four, c/fr\ Barrels superfine Cincinnati flour, of May, 1824, they ;are ,authorized,,and. .,

:t: : f: : CoMin Mcllea,j S HEREBY NOTIFIED and of the Independence of '.2/S5 4 cheFts hyson skin tea, &. chests required to receive,& examine all claims, ., 'f.

''V !"*Ji:. i. i virtue fftlus execution: shall' pro. the United States of America gun powder do,imported 5th,April and' the evidence in support thf recty ': .
By that the session of the Board 1824. founded on habitation and cultivation '
!n t 1: d to sell for cash on Tuesday the Commissioners the forty eighth.WILLIAM of 1
T *if ". .i tfti, S. day of August at 12 o'clock at tht i i has been extended until the first DUVAL. 5 barrels loaf Sugar, tracts of land, town orf: city lots, or i-Iots. ;. :'"

<1:' ; ij: coiirt house in Pensacola the following day January next;and that so much of By the Governor, 100 boxes porter, ale and ,cider, by any person being the head of a .fami.I .. \

t1S:, .' r ''t:: ,j I described propert viz. he law as heretofore provided for the GEO. WALTON'! 12 barrels copperas, 5 i ), and twenty one:,' ars of:;ge, who, oa :. ,

: '" : 1:"; b" i Two,cine story frajne buildings, 20 feet filing of claims, 'pr.or to the 1st day of Sec'ry of }:Florida. the 22d day of February 1819, actually '&

.1-: ';',4 1, 1 ::1 p' I by 70, situated on Lja. Itomana street No. December, 1823, has been repealed,- and March 13- tt. v Hardware inhabited ,and. cultivated! any' tract of .
p' : t : j. t 197 directly opposn e the Mansion house the time tended to the first day'of Sep- land, or lots, &c.; andtograiit'certificatcs* .

I :. t: ''i.1 of Mr. Celestino lioi zalcs, and now occupied ember, 1824, All claims not filed before PUBLIC SALE.CTRHE 1 ton American castings, of confirmatiob to the,extentof 640'acres ; _' :'I I

: ,4 II ,; L..; '.I I by Mr. James P ndleton.as ,a black. tit, time, shall be held and deemed' void subscribers having been appointed 1 do. English do. and also receiveall: ; claims, with! the'-c. *

'. I. ;: '. .. f smith's shop. These buildings are situated and of none effect. The office .willbe "oV .4JL: .by the 'County Cow ofEiSC'.unbia i 1 do swedes iron, vidence in suppOrt! of the same, founded :':;1)

:. :4 .. ;'i i t upon ground leased ot Mr. C. onzales, pen on Monday next ; claimants are. re 'County, ill Virtue'of A de'cree.f the 6th : 5 bundles sheet do. on habitation and cultivation, between ''Ii!

i:; i :i ; n Ii which expires ma few mouths, but it is quested be: punctual in their attention; iS'eptetnfer 1821, Commissioners sell, 2 do. steel, the 22d February .1819, and the 17lh ; :

;I S I; Ii understood the1 lease can be renewed upon to the examination of their claims,'as the o and 'make a division of the property of 20 kegs nails, assorted, 3d,4d,6d, 8d, July, 1821, when Florida was surrendered
'. I '. T" .1t .i': very favourable terms.-Seized at the commissioners are determined to' take jSeveren Palao, an.d Merced Vidal, do lOd, 12d,20d. to the United States, and to report an abstract J'

, J :f. I; suit .aforesaid,and will be sold to satisfy them up i n the orderiti -wbich they are Hereby; Give Notice, 100 doz. knives and forks, of all such to; Congress. The office .;'t-:

t .1 i i execution. arranged by the Secretary. That the hou's 'aQd lot No. 20 do. Pen and pocket knives, of the Commissioners will be open for

r ,1.f U .:! W. DAMSON, Sheriff.Sheriff's SA tUEL.u. OVERTONO : S 1 20 do. Padlocks, the reception of the above mentioned ,

S }1 : t :: :, r.(., Office,7 E.County.Pensacola JOSEPH M. 'VHITE, ? !C Comm'srs.., ; f 134,*'belonging situate. in to Intendencia said parties 6 do. coffee mills, claims, until tt.e.f Monday !rioSep :.m- '

$ ,i ij S ,It J. : S CRAVEN P. LUCKWZ7,)?, ( .; 10 do. brass candlesticks ber next, and the,time for theirxadinz'ion
: str ,
and fur
et, which bid- .
:. f ..;,. 'r. ".:; l', 3brchl7th,1824., 'Imts.MARSHAL'S. !.t. HUNTER: _, Secretary-.._ ;. -,. .":'c: : appeardwheti.;( ::: foriflerly -offered no for I 10 do, pocket books,- S (JOSEPH until'the 1st day, fJanuaq82s, :,
::': J '; H : Mail' Arrangement,i 'i1: [Sale, will be.again: exposed.to sale, at the I 1 do. patent sauce pans, 'CRAVJN WHITE, >. Comms,rs.. ..
6 do .
.. hoes
orhThursdty at 10 A. M., otIouse4oor, on Monday the..second I '
., ; .. V: M. HUNTER -
DUE 1 box :
i:; ; Su/icrior Court West 'dayf-August planes, Secretary.FQRLE.
k r of Florida. 6nFriday: stlP.MJ : next, subject to the incum.k '. .
: .7z.A.cal T >Y virtue of I ,... _mentioned;in, the deeree 5 doz, carpenter's hammers, "'rtv.; : "
i .. y | a writ oft ',- 1tbbeMithcj1.5 ee afore. :
S f ., >*. >fe-/> fieri f.ciat. to; me di- ; -. :<;i'II said 20 do. gimblets, ,: S I)

tr \ Jl/'. Simen. J rrcted, In this case, 1 shall I 4 5- Po. :Master' ;:. f'1'-", .S.?eter Alba 6 do. draw knives. tiDlIE. y .
1 July lst -17.-3t. .;. 3 boxes No. 10 cotton cards undersigned having dissolved
I # proceed sell at Public Auction,for cash. 1 a. S 4"F.
li.1 J __ their *
f' Antpuid''Collins. 20 bags shot copartnership, offer for sale
4 the Court House in r !
I II' :; in front-pf the city of t- r
1 I .Frrisac 'l on,.Tucsdaythc 2d: day of No. 'I"'OT1Q ;. .'j 'JulyUi8J.4s.: .. 20 kegs powder, their plantation consisting; of 800 ,arpens, l' j
LL claims with
A' dae.r t :fin -ofWyche lLlI.Jmprovements ,
thereon, sTtu
.t i11 u : vembet next street, half between of a LOT the,situated upon & Fost ttq.' ". Foster, I :C1art'Wine; : '&c. Goods ate' atthewentrance.of the Bayou Govern. ...,$i,
SaYftgosa lots of :
it Pedro Dry ;
i 1: deceased, bejng 'transferreVVyche sI : ....b. .'r J. I ;* 'or, distant ab04t'l miles from Pe s.cola. :
,::11 Alb, Esq..and the' one occupied .m U1\Casks : .
by'I' ,.those cOnceriid i 'wuUaccordingly ; {AQtice.11 Marseilles; ,Claret of.superi1 It is unnecessary,to: give a further. des,4'
: t. Mr. Jaines Quin, with the "
of buildings ,and'call on:'eitberof: the:subscribe 1 qp.ality;, \ 1 trunk fine brogans. '' : cnption.of.this:plantation, :iasi it:is 'presume .)k .J
", thvreonconsisng a house S
I I, dwelling n fors tt1ernentbo are>lore .aU.5 120 'bb1sv) Jkijfi'r f S .5 package dry 'goods, ed .that any .one; disposed to purchase" '
and out buildings all in good repair, and, thorized CO 142'4o&.pI, u4' 10 reams foolscap. g will jfisit the
sam If not dispbicd ?
"\ paper i
*. Q4privaIejwilLbeofj'ereg
f which will be sold to satisfy this writ andcogs le.jirim I 26 'uO.:.t .'rj', 10 do. letter -do. -- .
S I" ;:..., ;. ..!It.. 8 ,. {t7d N t ', S ,4'. .. [: ,!; auctwnw.', :'?,,; '
; ; :: U boxea.wool: : ) the "
'r j i S. S S \.t.'n'&: / ; Jfats, :: mohth oWfavember next. "
t S_l' flE&JWYMAN' D. M. for Y. :> n Edgley.Aswgnecs ioo' doCorn&cc, : ,: For> eb1' .u.ao-2<),doz. jLcc's N: London' Pil's. .S .5" :. ..P tu8EUT. :*- : ." '-S
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