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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: August 14, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I seventy-five I :, ::it .e !>istrtc;,, ;f.lofumbias and I gress assembled, That, from !. the transfer of the stock sub'scrihreel
J:lJl1JR! Jf II D .n !;Il'11 X'J 1:. ceirs z,, aftt: of this
for otiie r1he'PasaSa 'act the and
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rarpcu' redemption, at
....I'. .- / '. the Uui States.M.bcrUon For of
: VV<- c/A* ** e/ I drawing tieposition xviinesses salaries
following annual
1r. the
it c 1actt'd by S.izte .andIlou.t' he, and the pleasureof thr'Unitrd'. S
; Five doi! A,Ivertissn.eats insetted .,I.' t> e !! e' ery o..f It'r1'zraztutit'cs 01 tilt' U- the same are hereby, allowed, to follows: One half, at any time

':";.':jr for. everytwelve lines or under r twelve,, cents and one lu-If ; :I riteJ ,")1. ten of! _lnerica l1l Conrers 1' wit : :To the Collector of the Port I after the thirty-first of Decein-.-,

t'e' S-stm'Kritum' -eac'a subsequent j.iaerIMli For filtiigall:; other ia pt'rs, (except ; ue t'1t1hcd, That the Lt''YC of Entry for the District of Nantucket ber, one thousand eight hundred

tv.. r;<-Jat.,. as above required,) four cents art of 'H. County of aexandria! in the State of Massachusetts and thirty-two, and the remainder i '
;:;.):Ie papers t .v'evenJ: a half! cents.BY each ; the
-.... in the U strict ofColumhia! shall, sum of two hundred and at any; thue'aftl'r the thirtyfirstday
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!""' r entering appearance of iJar-1 from ;;H( ::;tier the passing oi this fifty dollars; ; and to the Collectorof of December, one thousand
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&_ ,;. E :V tn.dv-r. process, twelve! cents 1 and act, i&iH' IUSSI'SiS dull exercise, all the port of Entry (for the District eight hundred and thirty-three:
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/ l' rf c.I" : 6 one hall ; the )\ : WrIirh the of Pensacola, in the Territor Provided That
.... ;: ._,..'"!'="'... ,.. ..j.(... p ( I'S county no reimbursementshall
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.':fit ;. ... For entering return of process, Cutttt' ot iqinia pos5Pssrd and of Florida, the sum of five hundred, be made, except for the

6Y- ;: T 1'i"' : tai t.lvr'pith due half cents ; : l> 1 on tit: tWt'nty-s'vt'nth I I dollars whole amount of such new certificate '

': _:. !ltllll- ; For elt'tCOft uuatlCi or'Tefer-' Xt'J'riSl't >:-ut1.ry, one thousand I I Sec. 2. Ar.d be it further enacted, nor until after it least six

7 .. .. I'tice, c'1ar'' ea'jie: to the [applicants Itrcd aid one, in relation |: That, from ai.d after the thirtieth months' public notice of such in*

AUTHORITY. twelve and one half cents ; I to the' la > ing of the county levies ;; day of June next, the office of surveyor lenued reimbursement. And it '

A", Art to regt: ate the fees cf the Rej isttrs For commission tt\ rxunuurwitnesses !' and! thatthe Marshal of the District of the Port of Entry for the shall be the duty of the Secretary t ,

of tt ill* in the several counties or ;o auviiiors, I und rs..dl of Columbia shull collect and District of Pensacola, in the terri- ot{ the Treasury to cause to be r':- n'

\ :Hbiu the Distr ct of Columbia. one dollar ; .*. : account for the levies so laid by turn d hjn -mt.ntiJJc'd, be, and the transferred \o the respeetiv(. subscribers .

te Senateand Fur comni'bion: to value orOman's said CIU-i, in the same manner. suu\e i is hereby, abolished. the several) sums by them

lie :t enacted by of thrViiited estate in the I hands I ofi gU.'I- :n-l 1 ui tinils : same: time, aa the She- Washington, May 26. 1824 Approved.An subset ibed, beyond the amuut of :' :
entarivfs
f'.usr of Rffir j Con- :ian:), und'T seal. one dolutr''; of >j jon Virginia collected and ac the certificates of five per < e-it. ,.

State of America in hoe: t'l' critter exery writer of ::oulltt'd for the levies made by the act to authorize the Sceretary ofthr stock, issued to them, respective- .
and
from
assembled. That, Treasury to <-,.(:::: a stock
.Tf"s bearingan
half mg'e
..uC twelve and ;
t, ci nts one ; tf'.ft'S.11 1 courts of .
of his there county Virgi- interest of four and half Iy.
after the passing i :ct. one percent
: ; f : hundred vottls.riven .
in l lieu ; mon; than one HI, the aforesaid tventyseay for,certain stocks bearing an Interest Sec. 5. And be it further enacted.
allowed and ( '
its be !( paid, wt'lvc'
r. : ut the rate of 1 cents ofsix
\'tnh ( of 1'Vbruary one thousand per cent. That the sarhe funds which have
vI'1H" fejs: now allowed,). to e.ar.ioft'iv and one half per 'hundred ; eight hundred: and (1)Tla: Be it enacted by the Senate and heretofore bt'tII. and now are
for tht i
of Wills,
Re.giste.ts i\ir recording or copying ahpater > .\1 t1... le..t oi% the District arer"aici.. House of Repr.sn'nr'we* of t-- e pledged, by law for th* ivivrnt \

(.ities of Washington s.iui ;\Itxan Cr olio hutH.lred'n is si.ull! )pi',1, over the ainbunlj_ so col- United States of America in Congress -If ihe inte r est, and for the iedempiion ,

'I'ia, in the District of Cou! M- :{ ivxelve cents and one half:: ; se.lct'rtifu'ate l'Cll'd./u: / the order oi the Levy assembled, That the Presi- or n U1lbur nl'ht o, e -
b .a, the following fees : that is to aticl iV iint of United Stales
: thirty st.vnIju(1 : cenis ; ourt aloresaitl. the be, ano Stuck vvhichniav be irai> -t r i

Say : : one half; : 'c\'. r And ic* itfllrhen rt d, he is hereby empowered to hor- subscr ib: d by virtue of the provis* '

for every probate of w i 11, ('chf*r. I For filing petition or report, "am! That! nv'n. Justices of the imv, on or la'forcthe first day of ions of this at-i, shall) rt'ri 1'!

there! is "110 controvcrsv.j on1 I'Dli' !>.- I i l'nt rm! h'the S.i..t1e 011 r. eord!, (i ii! seat;: i '. the county (,f Alta.-n lria, j April next, on the credit of the United pledged, in like manner, for the 1iayinent j

% ; I !!t'n'5Soll'\'j' fifiy: cents ; if :. nIt .,r'"l'S\ d'lw shall br duly! quaKs.ia'.l Siau-s, a sum not' exceeding fif the interest accruing

For granting I letters lestamenta-. : hun: ute buiur{ : \vords, Ut tin :itt) 'be. a quorum i for. the live millions of dollais, at a rate of ,11 the stock created by reason of +:

r\. Sl''entn' cents ; tale of t\vi-l\e cents and one hai:' lJ .iIl:...ctiOl1 of all! bu -neaS: :iri IWI'- : lint rest, payable qua ler } early, such subscription, aLd for th" redemption i-,
Annexing! will! for one hundredwords hundiei! i i not exceeding four and half :
*er ; luuii'it.; b\. stay to the Levy Couiltid. one : or reimbursement of the .
twelve a:ld ore-half '.enis ; I For "uterinj; juj.cnicnt! or i rule! a1r, 5 ier centum per annum, and reim- principal of the same. It shall be /

RNgisterin;; the al)1f'f.w' ( on" -at l',1H.n. I'' en t'fit r n'IIJ: CUi': Set\. And be further enacted. II uuTbrable:: at the ph'asure of the the duty of'the Corntaissiontrs of \

Ihundl't'd; words, twelve [aiuij a f Su> 'e. :f demuiide.*!, fort ever}' That.t; (_)rlun's, Court of the government, at any time after : the Sinking Fund to cause to be

h:1Jf ct.ns ; .' un livd words: l Wt',1 1'1 I s.iid c< \unty (A i ".li':.
Tor gra-iting letters of admtth{ ; I lie half; -*.c.ii and cerilliratthir- '1'l'e:1'd', be iivld at th" courthouse one thjusund eight hundred nGhirty.one ; I und yearly, and every year, such i,

(itnn .)n, seventy-five cents ; "v-ve\ en eentr. and Oll'; half: ; in the lov.n Alexandria, to be applied! in addition sum and sums as" may be annually '
bon'I! takerrof executors: ,
Every lItlr'rJ'n.g :' For eI\ t t'f'-IJ ; evc" i ) m."'jion I ir.Mirt so so
administrators guaidiutib, : *.'-. twelve rtiiii one h ill' iVMi-j. t : !: t vn pros dt-d, onliif pui>!'ie.n in the Treasury at the time ,(,f accruing on the stock which may
!; tht'same dollar and I t
: one '
I J--I.r ruttnr,. appointment; I IUaidisn 4.ii.t: til '. uhic! said) cour10USl'i. borrowing same, to pay off and be created by virtue of *his act, ,

fifty 1'or cents filing! ; and entering rrr.uiciat'on ii i- j I I \ : wits. eerlifjr.ile; add eal: f j jfsaid ....I a!It\i.'or the s+.. H'-kerpin.? f.t'' il 1 eof reischarle' such part of the six per The said Conimi; eotmers! as hereby

.> a p i'trnrnt one dl-)! ; 1r. ') said Orphans* vfHU't.- I tvnt. slocl; of the Umtfrt Stales, authorized lo apply fivm time to '

i of exectitors: or' wlten's \\ I".J.y'ry' ydMiilonu:.. : vfoid i nrhANt, : ilia liie; aid Oiphaiis* Court snail I I of the year one thousand eight I time, such sum and sums! out of ',;

Uveaiy-Sve ; > !I t-: .,. c irrje. ce*'tiS-talif, twelve ano.U'haJf rt 4 ot! ., sessions ou r.jrfiist: : :.Lo- hundred and twelve, as may he ivdiemable ; he said funds, as they may think :
For exemp'inalion. of letterstestamen'ary.or I : t tproj
letters of adminiwtjatiun rents ; ''I lay oach:' aionrh aid! nia) o.lcrj"u I after the first day of JanUcriynext. >ertuwartls rech'l.nlini,\ Y purchase ''

For iSMnnf*' attachment! and ftnleiircr t r :'ra ','om j.
fC.lI' issuing, under warrant seal, one, under dollar jeal;, I! O motion 'stet clue, St.I H'Hty-1 :J ose .t Ir.an it(' t HI g t. ;)u. i ra :)s ofld 2. And be further enacteu* : with the provisions of this

j t f':vo c-nts: ; .: 'Ltl..t ; P"'J1'idt'd, T l.at the That tit shah he lawful for the bank.fihfU. I act, l' c principal of the said s/.ock; *'

to appraisei, and warrant to swear t I vr taking a recognizance, ivvenli VV'U.li,l r utiib r ol I du\t, of the ses States to Ic-nd! the sau.1 sumO EIt such part of the annual sum f uU .;
t1:,( m, fifty cents ; ,
-five cents! ; |I sioh r l >aid Conn, s:tln.I! not exceed :' any part thereof; and it is hereby millions of dollars vested by }law
For notice of administrators to ,
For v.-.u rant t o marshal to summon f"ur\ir, an"' nW" month. further declared, that il shall in the said Commissioners maybe \

crt tutors, and ordeis thereon fl}' jury, under seal: I, seventy-rive Set 4. A),'[ be further enacted, .)'' deemed a good execution of the ( necessary, and wanting for he t-

ccMts ; caveatVentfive cens ; Thatcoun the Register, of Wills for they said power to burrow, fur the Secrelar above purposes, shall be, and c''''ninue I'

hip entering For elite in;; panel of jury, and ; of \exandria: aforesui'!, I ) of the Treasury, with theapprobation appropriated to the payment '*

cents ; swearinir tt:';1 I. fiftVCCUIS ; shall! within two mouths from and of the President of il of interest and redemption of the
I
For issuing citation, under seal, I For taking, filing and rerprdir.j 1I I; afar I : tile j pas'-agv of| this act, gi''cLurid :I the United htatrs, to cause to be : public debt, until the whole of the I..

fifiv. cents ; everv !br.rl. not above I-ruVIU <1 tI' ood constituted certificates of stock I r
I MJ'.I 1( seruriiy, payable.United : stock which may be created un-
'
oath, I
For admmisteiing every I I ', one! dutiar l ; i II | loih.j Stales, in the penaliv !.: si.fuHl by tile Register of the dcr the provisions of this.art shall
fourth
or uiTirmauon, : six and one : For puss::):; an account"I 1ig4.St I |I t\ oiboiul ,r thou<;attd dollars ; which Ti'asury, or by a Commissioner have been redeemed or reimburse "

'teno ; llieeslj-'e of a 'le .easetl peison, .! ll shall\ be conditioned: for" tiv of Loans, for the whole, or for an} ed.

For i filing list of articles J ..appraised tw*1*!lvt' aul a half rents ; to I he;I I'Du.id I duo 1 nd| faithful! performa'-f.e ol'tl ; part thereof, bearing an interestnot Sec. Z.-And be It further'enacted, < ,
i
uvettty-iive cents ; by thr 4ij,licuiH, and clot to|lie t'l"I!{ e d'titi'.s'l' his ouit-, as pl't'n l nbet i excepting four and one hall That nothing in this act contained ;
For filing!; list .f articles sold at .l
funded. ISt t i j: by: parr ; vvnirh bond sh..1t! bereneveu per centum per annum, transfernle shall be constiaed in any wise to -'

'Vcnduo, twenty-five cents ; c.c 2. And b* itfurtizerrnacted. !' once in't''Y five years ';! and leimburseableas; alterabridge, or impair, the
if i '
the 'I
( ordered -
For sanies .
recording
Thai the respect.ve olhc -rsiwhose! theniatur: and shall be appiovn: and to cause the said certificates rights of those creditors of the U- '

by the Court,) tor very hundred fees are by tnis, ;act sjvcifi-M; I are 'j !by t'., ..,! )+ ) of stock to be sold; Provided, nitcd States' who shall nut sun. !I

words, twelve u id one-half hereby .I'ecjuired i i to, inakt. fair ta- ,| I be nVorded ariiong ihe.' records of That no stock be sold under par. s'-ribe to the loan to be opened [by i'

cents : ides of their fers. : this j ju Sec. 3. And be further enacted
agreeable; ,to the Circuit Curt of the Distiict virtue of this act. I.
For stating, passing, and filing ( t, and to Sl'r Uj{ the same, in, their i' of i iI Cbiuiiibiu.) fur the county aforeSairlj That a subscription, to the amount Washington: Approved May 26, 182'

the: account of an executor, admin I, respective oifices, vvithin h': : i : I; an official! copy of which vl'fifteen millions" dollars, of the .. .:. :. .. :

islralor, or guardian, r. .t excet-d- j months after the passing i of this: : i IHJHt, duly certified, snail have the six percent. stuck of the year one An act making: an appropriation usQ,. j'

seventy-five', items, three dollars acts :n some eonspicu. <;tts part of!: i I forcf duel eiiVct of tl-e original, in thousand eight hundred and, thu- of the Library of Congress, and for fur '',..

; every additional item, twoCtS' ihtir .(Hit e, fur the inspection ol'i:; ;;:.11 suits trough t (Ill sai.l boiul. teen, be, and the same is hereby, lushing1 rooiiis in the Capitol. :
Be it enacted by the Senate and.House
; dl }persons who 111:1h- \' business i| t'-asiinytou!,) Approve May 2Gui!tt 1824. proposed; for which purpose f-
01'the :
the'ol1chf> I
of Representatives
For s .
examining
in tianl l t'lTjces ; on pain of: I books shall be opened at the Treasury -
ft'ouclu'rs/J, I passing: and filing the r I forfeitiui;, for each ti.iy t4'\ atme An apt to authorize the President of the of the Jnited! States, and at ..Utllledate' of America* in Congress i
account of an exiTutr9 administaor I U.U-,! rtitca'o''titer: iuio certain ncj assembled, That the sum of. I:'
r.iiui;? 1 Sn1 missing! jhn) >ugU aid oijiiicer's the several Loan pllices, on the t
stated i ;cbat.oiiaivLttive to lands located un- five, thousand dollars be 'and the '
i ,
nor by
guardian (
or f nt'ijlecr t, the.sum f.lf u-n, d)1-1! ]I tic 1'iI.'Ii;.t M.litan Land \r..n.ts, :y- first Clay I of July I next, to continue. is
tae: llrtseventyfive t'IStt'1' and not exceeding i ( :: same hereby, appropriated t
,) 'lays to )C rerovi-red as debts of I iu1.; bctivecn Ladl->w's and Itobert's open until the first day of October r

items, two dollars ; the same; amount. are recoverable' I }line: >, ;in the state ol'O'uo.Jjc thereafter, for such 'parts of the of any unappropriated money in I.

cveiy additional item, ;wo cents ; one h.dfo the county, and 'the o- \ ii enacted by the Senate and ubovementioiud description of the Treasury for the purchase of :

l'or'col) of jjam, under seal!, if i If'jnse of Representatives 01'lilt' books under,, the direction of the
} her half to the, informer. | stock as shall, on the day of Subscript -
m3nvied not exceeding one hun- United States America 'in Con- Joint Library Committee, for the
of
Sec. 3. And be further enacted, !un, stand on the books ol'the

Ori'ii ite ns, one dollar ; every ad- Thut, f'a Register \Vills, 01any ;iJ Srreb's aat embledi That the President Treasury, and on those of the several use of the Library-of Congrejss. .

duional) item, two cents ; seal and person for him, shall take !cpea'.er i { of the United: States shall be, Loan Offices, respectively; Sec. 2. Anifjtf.; ;further, enacted. 1

Certificate, ii;irt}'-seven cents and fees than herein before epr'ssed'i..and he is hereby, authorized t'iascertain which subscription shall Be effected That the sura ofjifieen hundred ;

unt'.half ; I such oOii.er shall forfeit and pay ; the number of acres, and l, by a transfer: to the United and forty"slx"d'o1tars' be,. :ana! the. "

Fur subpoena, tl/irty-seven cents the party injured fifty dollars to t t I b' }* appraisement, or otherxvisc, theI'alpe States, in the manner provided bylaw same is hereby,appropriated, out
and one-half. All witnesses to be 'I 1 thereof exclusive of inn of Any unappropriated: money in
be recovered as debts of the same for such transfers, of,the .credit -
:\ put into one subpoena, unless separate amount are 1 C L\'l'I'al.le. i'rQ1jc/-.J J 1 pro'vements: of all sue h lands I lying1 or credits stand ng' on the, > said' the Treasury, for the purchase of

ones are required by the i ed. always, That the Judges of the j: bt-twe n Lu .:low'& and tto- books, and by' a surrender ,of .the furniture. 3.4nd-beit for the now further,Library.Sec. :enacted.
:
P'AJ'ty. For every name after the 1 Orphan's Court may allow ,to the I)el. .t's lines, in the state of Ohio. certificates of. the stock so sub- .
That the of three thousandtwo
first, six cents and one fourth ; : Register of \\i..Ills, "reasonable fees tS may agreeably to_ the }principles scribed. sum \ : i

For duces tecum under seal, fifU' for any scr T irc't{ he may have rendered 1: of a decision of the Supreme Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, : hundred. and eigh'ty. nine ', dpi .
"' lars and fifty cents.be and the
cents ; t- not specified{ in this act. Jobrt of ,the United Stales, in the That, for the. whole or any part of is $.ame

For every search, where no other Sec. 4. And be it.furtherepactcd: :ase, of Doddridge's lessee, against any ,su m. which shall be thus .subscribed hereby of appropriated, tob. paid ,

st'rvice1's performed for which That the Registvisof i Wills of the riiompson aud \Vright, be held_ credits shall be entered to I out any money in the treasury,
otherwise
ft-es are of wed,eighteen cents and Counties Washington and Alexandria t L)y persons ujider Virginia military the respective subscribers,' who not appropriated, for
; furnishing the _'in. they centre-
Ull're-fc-urths ; j in the District of Cojum (warrants; and on.hat, terms shall be entitled to a certificate, or robjms

For making out, and filing, the bia, shall be allowed.. b)' the: Levy the holders will 'relinquish the certificates, 'purporting that the diiection building the C pito], under the
of the Commissioner of
balance of distribution of deceased Courts' of their ,respectivei counties same to the United States, and United States qwe to, the holder1, the' Public < .

persons estate, for each heir, one for: all record books unidock- 1 that he report the acts at the comm -. or holders,- thereof, his, her, or Buildi/igs./

oHJr, ; ets'; necessarily furnished for their 1 ncetnent of the next session of their assigns, a,sum- ,'>to be expressed Washington, Approv.I J d.. May;}. .1 26V1834* : "'.-s "" .,.

For taxing all costs, in any one respective offices, which allowance, Congress. therein, equal the amount'of An ,acf. ? tc?,'theJudicl-$llDrstrJct of

N cisc, twenty-five cents.. hall b:! levied, and .ccllccteci as other Washington, .Approved_ May' 26th,.1824. the principal .stoc\thus subscribed PennsyJyjinia, ndfbrotlterpilrpnsllt'it.rtar .' .:
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Foravrit of execution, on aidefinitivc -'. cointy charges are. ,i -> bearinggan interest? of -four .. ed. .bv .tuI; ; ,.

: sentence, under 'seal, sc- ; H. CL4Y,. ''t .An act the to District allow of salary Nantucket to. the andPehihra-Collectorsot .and,.,,one_ ,half"per 'cen m per: an House :. -:-rest'attcitt. t:Ii'l:

vrnty-Bve cents. '' ; p :!:cr of the" House'of.HeprewntativesJOHN ; .cola;and'to abolish .the office ,of- S'tir 'num, payable quarter] ,,from the; UnjteAStateting >9-Jf: ii [
For : ': .- .GAILLAUD, "'jreyor ,of the District of Pehuacpla., : .' t thirtieth day, 'of, September, one dress atriembled,:T mI? ; : ; ..
each'' /:
atd filing the Senate, temporeWashington
recording :, Nresidcrtuf pro, j Bt it enacted by the Senate andliouec i thousand eight hundred and the Statt4r 'tr
.\\drh\Uft"! Of including pnrovcd 26th M,1I.IB24, j weny fcoqnie.s !n jl1f. ey.

the Court's.apprentice taking rccotiizunce, I JA 1ES It1ONROE. .. of Jtejirescrftativcs 0) the\1 1I \ four, transferable ,in the 'sameV sy
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the,.. Eastern !Judicial:' District of the intclligint part; ot the nation. thou abandon the' i interests of their I the import&bt >purposes for which <\aVmd jacket tied t p'J'n.\,h an.lkenL '
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' Pennsylvania f and shall be added Thousands. ,who have hitherto supposed citizens or sleek' redress from the ii l .was formed. Six. sets- otthc ajifiaratuB t cfaelrtobury. him in. lIar
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t to, and forma, part of$ the Western : themselves y exempt' from Turks, and ihcy becone a party in fir restoring suspended i.woult! not acknowledge thut hi rr: ..:'

s;t. District ; that. is t(: say : Sus- the necessity of asking for the the
. Qut'lianna, Bradford, Tioga 1 Union King's forgiveness, find, with astonishment do.not expect eitlcr the Turksor and ill be placed in suitable situations the usual purpose, and tc !'oJ!

'i' Nurt tumhrrland, Columbia, and alarm, that they Greeks will j take any notice, of about the docks-and it having no grounds but ge. pici

t', t, Luzernc, and Lycoining : and that, are included in the proscribingexceptions. the money tou t send or the speeches Is intended to make such further dismissed him, nitb suitable! ."..,';!

" besides the terms of the District .-From Madrid alone, made onilhc.- occasion. 40 -arrangements as rnay !l'CUIChr monitions, to go iome, read hy',

4 F Court directed f by law to be held at 700Q families are said to have emigrated 'In my- opinion the Turks4 ,are. most skilful, andat the same time, and be a peaceable man in Tutu c ;

;: Pittshurg, for the Western Dis- since the 1st of January. not likely 16 reduce the Greeks to the most prompt assistance, incases -which he promised to do. -

I.. trict, the Judge of said Western 1 I Those'persons who are allowed the former situation unassisted: requiring instant medical WILMINGTON N. C. June 12..

, in District shall hold two terms in e- the measure of purification, have by others, I ljul I never expect to'seethe aid.-The committee have like- The s: hr. Jane Maria, ..CSwiiiiic in j(

+ Ycry)year, at William's Port, in been informed that they must pre- Greeksan| independant nation.It wise"ordered, two of the newly invented from Nt'w-\ ork, 8rJhtd

the county of Lyroming, which : sent their claims within 15 days is much ;afore probable I shall pumps for drawing poisonous here OK the jSls-t; ult. 1 Hati ig-

shall commence, on the first Mondays ;,; from the publication of the amj live to see I hem Russian subjects, liquors from the stomach; an been detected in an attempt to evade -

of the Months of June and i j rest)' on pain of forfeitihg ; the: provision and assisting to destroy the liberties instrument which in skilful hands, by false ri'piesentitions", th,*,,

October, in each and every year. i( made in :their favor,. A of othe'S.| .. may be advantageously used in relieving quarantine reguations;; ] the Cap ,
beginning in October next, and be: Committee, formed from Ex- -- r h.' --, --. persons who have drank ar- taut escaped, with the scbountr f

r <. continued and adjourned from time i i t Members of the inquisition, is sitting DOMESTIC. dentsPitits to excess. We understand from ,quarantine ground, and 'liasproceeded

to time, as the Court may deem :I da/ and night to make out a It was lately stated! that False that two men have died during to sea, to avoid the'pro- t'

expedient, for the despatch of the : catalogue of prohibited hooks; and] Lights had: recently been seen in the last month from the effects serutionluLh awaited him,- ,
business thereof. I an order has been issued for all of drinking new ...rum. '1'iieco' His destinalion is unknown. A I J
of Hilton Head-\nconsequence '
L Washington: Approved May 26, 1824. : persons who were formerly employed .. thivicinity of which the Collect- ,mittee also continue to giver penalty of not less than &1COO*
a -- : under the French administration wal ds to those boat-men who would have been the consequents
of the of Savannah despatched
jlU Ill(&\. and who are now without 01 port Crawford are active in saving persons from of his conviction, and imprison
the,' Raver.Ul"l utter
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occupation,. to quit Spain, withoutdela" to investigate the facts, A drowning; and intend to adopt every ment until the fine and costs store '
From Ila1'a71u-Lieut Grimke, : means of preserving human
le'.e IVum Capt. Paine to the Collector paid.On
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,)the'U. S. Navy, who left Vera Lisbon.-The intelligence from I : 1 life.-A": E. Palladium. Monday evening last, arrixs
dated the
at Tybre, on
Cruz on the 20th ult. informs us Lisbon is little more than a ITCUpiiulalion A Serious Accident.-On Sun- ed at Tennison's Hotel in this ci-
15th instant states that he had
that the city was healthy at that of our former accounts,, day las:, a spirited horse, on trial ty,11ajor'1'aliafcrrn.
enduf
strictly examined the north
date, but that the garrison of the The crissis, however, is over, af.t l Hilton ( Point for sale, 1 price &275, was put into a dian Affairs at St. Peters with a
:Hrad kc
nv Cur lle of St. Juan de Ulua was resumed the full ., Bay valued g300 in
> the King has exercise and from :information there obtained gig nearly new, Deputation of Sioux, Chippt war,
very sickly. He came to Havana of this authol'it} He !hand_ had batisiird himself that Fourth st. near Pine street Whilea and IVienornoriies, Indians, from

'' by Alvarado, having left ihe last ed on the 15th u It. amid! *he ac, the lights, observed by the vessels, person was holding the horse the Upper; Mississippi! on a visitto

E named place on the 28th ult.-No- clam tions of his subjects, and; and patting bin. on the neck und the Government of the United

thing tvs known Mexico: ,' of I- great rejoicings took place in cons 1 passing those pl lutes in the early head, a boy lighted a cracker, at a Siaus.-JSat.Int. July 14th.
of the h.H''t' occasioned
111 on t
lurbioe's having sailed from Eng qut'nn'.1urora part .segar behind his back, anal threwit Economical Government
the woods fire at
R land. The A.cricanbrii> Liberty; it will be lecollectecl that we' recently by being on under the horse. The moment The Governor of Rhode Island'
several in of
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1\1\ rick, and schr. Mucdonough, received, by the way of Ja- the recent points C1rou, ht.-consequence[CAc*. Cour. the exp.osion took place, the horsejumped receives a salary of_400 donors,

: f t Ryan, were still under detention, niaica,[14tH! ult.] accounts of i: U. S. ling .tyarXIt' is with j forward and ran. He ran and the Lieutenant Governor 200.

at Aivurado. successful exped.tion against iht much sutisiactiun we observe thAt: about six squares when he I''ll, the The National Intelligencer thinks

t Troopsvere daily expected t at pirates in the Isle oi Pines and I Mr. John Huslett, of the brig shaft of the gig having ran into I time and talents must be clog

Havana fiom Old Spain; and a I that Capt. Graham, of the Icarus'I Spark, has addressed a !letter to his side, and the gig having been cheap in Rhode Island.

1 fnu UI wo corvettes and} two had remained on the Island, f forthe tne editors of the New York Mercantile dashed to 1peices.t The Baltimore city court has

brigs, were in vvuithuj at that purpose putting a terminatiui. Advertiser, in which he \ e learn from the flavor's adjudged Jas. M'Cullough to ten

"r ph.ce to take them to the Castle \i i-.t nest of deispera o s. statt-s that onl four died Office that Tuesday and Wednesday years service in the penitentiary,

"? of St. Ju.tn de Ulua. The French The Diario del Gobicrno, of the during the whole} persons of the last morning, the Mayor: finedas for passing counterfeit half dollars -

.: :? frigate Jean D Arc, J sailed from 17th inst. received by the late cruise, and but one of fever, which many as 12 persons to the utmost knowing them to be spurious. #

II' r Havana on the 19lii litsl. having arrival I, contains two official papers can be traced to Havana. The extent of the law, for having jYat. Joitrnal.

,j 'J 4 under convoy, Spanish and othti;r on this subject, published l by others diseases which sold ('rackers.Varrants are -, .- --- --------
are c.m-
"cs'I'1 .. order of Governor Vives.-The said to have been issued by the
'! the most C" iIt \ l\
mon healthy
JeNLW'RLIA.
Thl t) O of the brig Mercator* one is from D. Juan Duarte, the among! .Muyor for the apprehension of at /
communities and one of the fuui
. : : which was captured s<.me time captain of a party sent against the ; least 12 more storekeepers' charged .cs, .Aug. 2.
was
a superannuated seaman.Fed.
'1' since by pirate, had been sent to pirates in that Isle, dated the 1st with similar offences. Six lrholt'salt Prices Cln-/'t'n

a ''Y I Matatizus in droghers, and was (,f June-and the other from Capt I Ktfi. boys have also! been fined for 1 av- Bacon, Imms (lb.) 7 a 8 dull
A duel
IY llicic seized: by the guvt:l'itnirtlt., Graham, of the 16th May, givingan was fought yesterdaymorning ing maliciously set off crackers -,idt's, &c. 63 a 7 do.
at Hoboken, between two lllitter; (ib) 6 a 18 dt'! .
Nothing was known, certainly o- account of the success of the within the lust three days. I '
cadets from West Point, in which lJeU1", (bbl) 2. a 2 in (h.Cis .
fat of the CI't.\V-tlw cl it united and English Philadelphia Democratic Press. i.
the Spanish
expe l\ !b. 19 20 dull -
one of them was badly wounded.His 1.bTree n, a
tit as itpoited, had been sunk ;nSeguastu i c1i t ion, The party was accompanied ?lr. Niles. Editor of the u Weekly : -.6'5t.. lomingn, prime, 17 a 18 flllIl
understand is Maurice
a r lll .- /Wll. t ouricr.Philadelphia by several inhabitants of name, we I Register," propx's to distribute JbolSSjPi Pi: choice lS a HH

,V a,".*. July iP. he ihlanc!, at the instance of D. a native of Virginia. Both by Lottery, eight dcomplete 1st 1ualit}., 17 a 18t
"' arrival :, ol tht'parktt parties if the sufferer survives of his and 2d do.! 15 a 1CIin
By the ai i-.u por Juan Duarte. In rn? of these excurtions sets Register, -
I we prl'-sumc will be dismissed ,,d do. 14 a lox
Aexaiitier fiom Liverpool of work
suip 1 two pirates were discovered one thousand copies a entitled -
Lou. 1st do. 17 13
from the a
: Nf. ; (, n'e have received our files who, however, made such a Academy.LA. J, "Principles and acts of the.1 :; I 2(1 d0. IS a i63I
1; American 10f//
" +a?,ww Liverpool papers 'o the 8ih of d tasp rat e resistance, that llhey lij. Revolution," valued tu ctl1t r, 'all: I 3rl (1n. 1" a 1i "

:, June and London to the 6th of June died of their wounds soon after Tooth Ache.-The following fori)'-fh'e thousand five hundred j ;... Mob.or S.Jab..

,1 p inclusive.J '>eing apprehended; and they were prescription :is recommended' as aSovereign dollars, in tickets of S1O each. t ,- ht qua1ity, 153 a 1C12d ,

T Great Rtain.-Ordl't'S have buried in the same place. In another relitI'd) for this iifliict .A/60. ('om. ]{rg. (1o. 1-;:: :1 lI ,5
I 3t cl) do. 13 I!;nTenn.
Lug distll'ch'r.Vl' give it to our a .
issued t tram the The Charleston Patriot -
been recently re; encounter they were more publishes &N. Alab. .:-
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, ciuiling -Department in Westniinsier ftiriunale, having taken 7 alive. readers quacks do 'their me\:i- a rumour that Thos. U. P _,1st quality, 15 a 16
e .
.r the different uitrnparth'5 cines'nu cure, no .UV, 'To a tablespoonful Charlton and for ,,., 2d du.
; to "CCI V\ hether these are all that remain Esq. (Georgia, 14 :l 15
J n of any k nl 1 of spirits, add 3d do. 13 1.1
Great Britain a
t throughout of of drstinguished
the crew Pepe's felucca, thealoyc many ears a member f
the same quantity i of sharp vinegar CWldles, ','em. 31 a 33 ::1 rfe.
and Ireland, to discontinue the accounts do not say. / of the Bar of Savannah, is a .I
-mouldbtqt.1. 6 9 t'tCheese .
a
further enlistment of men for the C/is. Courier. & a teaspoonful! of common candidate for Minister to Mexico 8 10 .
Aintr.i-od.rtual > a pt : :
; new levies. The new regimrntb. XEwYoKK, July I 55.We salt; mix them well together and in place of Mr. Edwards resign- how, 1st qtial. (bbl)5{ a 5 1 2 Hu ,. ', -

k it is noel rslood, will proceed in have seen a letter from an hold the liquid in the mouth so eu."' shipping 5121-2l 5} c.o.OUP ,

.j the spring of the ensuing year, toforeign officer vf the Navy, dated at Ma- thai it can enter the cavity of the I A N. York paper exults in the 4! 41-2 do. ..
tooth. It will almost instan- Hay, (Ib) a 147irc.ilr'icd
give
M..tions.TMC lanzas on the SOih ult. which : confidence now every where given .
10 10 1-2 sales
ll Courier of the 4.h of June speaks of the recent capture of ihe t aneou-i r1i..P'Vlt"ctatcr.. i o N. York LOUt'ries-the Stale -/ salted\ -- lOl.2l111-a ,'4.'

t says: '-tit' have aulhority to state, hi i ig Castor, of Portland, by Pi 1ll1"cli'rV have been creek i heinq pledged. One of the Phila- /.an/, (l II!>) 10 a 12 cuS.: .'

thai nol< in has yet been contracted rates The write observes that hi ly informed that a man by the le'phia i Banks lattly discounted aS30,000 *;;':$;ce8, o J i plan. gal.O. a 21 nom

for tht' service of the Brazilian when captured, sS-e was Within n'1111(0'of Jr hn S, Smith, of the Prize. 1'orl:, n.ess i jt.sptrctcd 14 1-2 a15 ncn.. ,

s Covet nth cut. two miles of the usual anchorage, town of Chatham. in this county, Tile new novel of "Red Gaunt- -prime sib 121-2 a 13 do -"
-car o do 9 a 10 daPorttT
The L M\1 Chancellor is supposed nd a less distance from the forts.The killed his own son, a lad of about It."t-a tale of the 18th century," : London f doz. 2 1 a 21-2 s'lcb.Philadelphia .

I ,, to !be one of the m".sl adVerse expedit on of American and 13 years of age; on Salur.lay last, h} the author Waverly will be bbl. 5 a 6 none ... .

in the Cabinet, to the recoj English boats had returned without ity striking him on the head with issued from the Philadelphia Press lUce, (IWlbs) 3 a S! scarce "

ninon of the South AmericaiStales. being able to find them. The a club, which terminated his existence in a few days. Sugars, Lai on plantation; lb. non ,.F
On the 4th he refused in a few hours. Smith -do. iu town 7 a 71-2 dull.
an :t'ttc'ralso mentions that the brig Two parsns, a man and a wo- 1 white ilull.
14
15
tutana, a
ir.jun'tioii on the purl of the Co. Beiscy Dole, which sailed on the came home intoxicated, and the man, have tlir1 piesent week been brown 9 a 9 1-2 scucc '.

lomliian Government to performa 29th (for; New Haven, was taken at buy had either neglected to do found dead in 'the streets of Balti- --loaf 18 a 20 scarce;

rontrari Made with- it; saying.could the same time, and no doubt carried some work or done it wrong, uore. Their deaths were the re- -lump 15 a 15 scarce
u ". not lib en to a miiiono to some small harbour biv.ween which irritated Imtucl provoked suit of intemperance. Soup Castile (lb) 9 1-2 a 10 1-2 doAmerican .
this nature, would be him to give the deadly blw..lIudaollr -- N.>1 8:1 9 dull
a
*:>> a recognition Havana and Malanzas. As A: Y. Com. .Ad v.
: -j :\o2 6 6 1-2
-- a plenty
of the Government olColombia. .i commentary on this event, the Whig. A writer a London thus : cl .1
I paper Salt, Livei ) i blown, sack, }.a 2 1. sale!
Bbl. writer siatcsihai the of Way Paaettger.-\'liilc' the the of do 237
? ne-vs pardoning justifies English custom -- ground 2Ja 1"
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"pl 4' ,". I w T ie competition among the of Perez had just been received Custom House Officer and Keeper Ugilism. If two men says he, -''''urk Island (bush) 35 a 40 }

", steam boats. Clyde, and Belfast, Matanzas: and created lIf tile Coffee House, were without passion, hatred, or revenge Skins deer in ;hair (lb.) 12 a 15 dull. Ido.
r1 :. is such that the ing schr. in bhll'd-I' shaved, 16 a 18 do : I
j now a coming ) .
,, ? just voyagemay much sensation amollg'the Amer. choose to try their must u. ,..
2 1-2
buffalo skin 2 :
,( ) g> a nom- .
r' b% made4nr only\ Jive a Sturgeon, upwards of seven-feet
pence. : I
jean merch.nis and in lar and skill against each
in captains I power -bear I| do 50 a 100 do. '..t.
;a: The: project" o'f thtV('st India that place -Gaz. ong, leaped in, and took passage other, we conceive they have as Tallow, American, 61-2 a 7 dell. ... _,.

Company is abandoned, miuistt'I' A Letter from Curacoa op .he with them, to the great annoyanceof much personal right so to do, as Mar, bees (Ib) 32 a C3scarce/: :- '.i' I

refusing a charier to it. 24th of June, says,"An event has his companions.-Phil. fiafi. a corporation of Aldermen to Whiskey, (,gal) :32 a 33 saes. .'0EXCHANGE. ;';.'
iK On the oth of June public meeting taken place in Aruba which A man 'by the name 'or Hook death \
sur- challenge danger sand by
Bank of Orleans checks on:r\(1 i ck, l'
was hehl t in Liverpool, "for prizes all. Very considerable was tried land acquitted in Pennsylvania ] per
indug York IJLams.
got'mandizins at sight, 5 pl'CffiiUm
i:7 6: the purpose of p tilionint his ma- quantities of puie gold have been : of a heinous murder, to l powers of the stomach. Slate Hank do.o'i PhiO l pcr c:. ,.;7'.

jt>st"S' minis ers, to advise the found in the bed of a large ravine, I the astonishrrentof the commune Plethoia, fat, and apoplexy kill lade} i\ & New Yoi k, 5 premium. .

; .j! Kin;; in .Council, to : recognize and lumps of as much as three :, ty. Ogc of the jury, b)' the name more of the king's liege subjects U. S.. Bark checks at sight on V 2 per ct ". I

r'1' such of the rI1lnt''tsuf the lat ounces have been dug from' the. of Dunn :commiiied suicide the than the i'Fancy even-slew in the Philadelphia, -, 5prelu in- !
Do. Cliarl eslon', (S. C. 1 do. do. ,.
on :
,, Spanish end Portugues e colonies, cliffs each side. So morning sifter the trial, avowingthat ) :
on has been does
t e "Ring; jet the law not de N. & S. Car. Geo. &Alab,"? 5?, a SJ pr.,ctJ5.ink ,p
/,t t *.;,4 in North and South America, as put on ban1the Fanny, for New himseU'an4 all the jury, and nominate a City Feastas a breachof Notes, 5 "(tscount. ,.ii'}
p + liav NN established their independence York, to be tried. One' piece has the judge) had been bribed on the the peace! Tennessee- i 25 per ct..discount.. "'::' ..
' the Courier "we occasion-Cahavba Press. ., ',-l/''
says- been found as hC1.a", seven oun- Meiv York, June 30.Two Kentucky none -j
tt can venltire lo siptf, that previously ces.-Idem. From Cantonment- Gibson.-We limbs of the Law instead of Mississippi, par. ', .,ff.. '

' to tie close of the I present session The Philadelphia Gazette gives are happY: \p le .r.n,.by boats which young reading Blackstone and Doubloons, g5G2 ecnts.Exchange J... :i; '!,1
salesOnFntrice
ct rem. -
peace on London,9 pp. "
of Pdiiamenj a communication the following as an extract of a letter arrived at; this place on Sunday good fellowship, had a quarrel over ". 5f 25 sales .'" :"r" i I

'' will be made on this question from an American gentleman last, from Cantonment Gibson, their books, vvhicbjjifley deter. ,On Ph lad. & N. York para *'per ,,.> i I f
t to the House Commons by Mr.Canning. that six of, the Osages, Concerned '- [centdtscottnt. ,. 4
r, i in Smyrna, dated the 24th of April mined to settle in an 'honourable "' 1
:. ." last in the murder_ of Major Welbornand i On Baltimore and Boston, par.-' ,!t:t
: at
Hoboken
way, on a day not 1
;" It was confidently believed' at '1 have not failed to view :with patty', in Nov. last, have been to the service of apProPriated the COTTON.[ per ct. discount. 'r'/J1':

SIC Genoa on the 22d, May, that the great irfcrrcst the exertion whichis given uP"to)! Colonel :Arbuckle. Turtle Club. The Police hav'.ng The sales of last week amount to 360 ;. '

D )::.(jf Algiers has offered tiny making in the U. States in favorof Among them is the Chief called learnt the hour at .which the trial t! bales, to,1,;'wit : 170 Mississippi, at 15 a 16I ', '

- 4 concession to Enljtond, provided the Greeks., The first thing Mad Buffalo, a ,son of Claymore, was to determined !I cents ; 103 Mobile, at 14 a 16; 8T LouisiJAna .'411it
' consul appointed one of,the' principal Chiefs of the commence was ito'quash j I at 16i The ,arrivals of the \ceek ':rf
a new was as that struck me was that it appeared ,. the indictment/and l la : .
[ acre 53:
J'l1ter (in Louisiana and .Mississippi. .,
had made himself Osage Nation and the, head of
, the I piesentone got "I', and the* ,next that we no/. pros. ; accordingly. ]Hays I!l' bales. There remains iif first hands for .,..I*
personally obVioxious ip the should( expose at least $200,000 of the 'partywho I| committed: the out Junr. was ordered to watch the sale, 500 'bales.-'Courier. fy ;. .

Go\' rn:ncnt. of amount of property to get clear rage. ;, parties; and..he, '.soon'. brought: p __.-_ .,.:. -"ii/ ,
Sjiain.-The amnesty .of King of and These Indians we understand, has"t
perhapsS20,000 more one Harry' Pojiem ; the'"other ,having 'ccL'ivcrftool June 8.-=Cotton
Ferdinand, with its copious schedule "which would reflect, honor upon wil| be-senffdown' ,to this place, to dodged the corner. ,Harrywas I revived in demand within, the 'last, t 7t :

: of exceptions, has been made 1 1public neither our'- 'generosity nor 'prudence. be tried by:the Superior Court, at prepared cross tlie Styx: ; fiVe tlay, ,ancl! the ,sales l st week >: {(: .

and is .a prescription: of : ". The Greeks will be.-I much" ,n #vQctjber'torn-:-:[Ark. ,Gar.MARINE .- he had 'a large horse;; pistol under, }t were ",1,'J,22\ ;' packages :OplatidJT, .',-.,

lii'e nvjst sanguinary and, rigorous<< disappointed the amount if. 'tin* HUMANE' SOCIETY his frock coat; ,a .quarter "of a: '7;} aj9Jl, Orleans, 8} a fid; '1 en" :!std .

_ t ch srttCh'I', cm'vraciiig within iisjrangr I c ier a: million. If the T.urKsplf'1Se, .We ar<| happy lo slate, that thecomniitteecof pound .of cannon 'powder_ ',in one nesses' '"I si9d, ; Sea-ls1an-J, .lad' a- .

; ;: if not the whole Spanish |thVycan. any day take 5)200,00band this society are taking pocketj and -doxen, musket bul- 20d; stuiiifd, S a 1 11.... bite, iTh" .

people, undoubtedly, the whole! -o : then our government mu t sit ctlvd1ncasures. for promoting lels'in the other besides a large ,. bond, ,12s a- <6s6d." '

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claims, j hind the ambiguity of .the, word *<::14i ," : HYMARRIEP,IENEA L. 'j
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.fy_j.;.,! ;:)X3T -91 ) all t reasonable. expenses, which 'cerloin'v .Jpaj' illucidation and explanation as may bed vents. In the th'scussionf( .Jtbis subject, -At the 1fermag ; :"
i- ,i allusion has been made tolhecabinet'and (Gen. Jackson's Seat) in Tenm,. .
AICJUST14.1834.Vicaii. in
could not be
justice ru'ed
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H.\. charged to highly respectable sources -
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ii.'fuinied that Col Rofcril'uiii'sv the claimants ; employed, on the credit : to which application has been made." and
among other. things it has been said, Pens cola, to Miss,MARY KIUKMAN

Surveyor cf Florida, ofgovernnentun officer to summon the I From all be preceding it will be, perceived (upon what authority I know n9t,) ',that Nashville, !eDne, ee. .:

witnesses, serve notices, ring thebcll &c. that the commissioner, while he they have given an opinion tha the losses -

!hasten: instructed to -cpair with! interpreter and a clerk ; all of whom acted ,vith.tlt per vigilance guarding .of 1814 were.not intended to be embraced __ ? 1Jlm

,.* coatcnifRl despatch to the scat after months'spent in arduous and laborious j agafnst.fraudulent"or improper" claims al. should have by the treaty-how the cabinet' lIV '
given such i
3 an opinion I
for this Territory, duties sd toofcparticular that innocent suffer am .
oi on''nmt'l1t are now left without a cent oit care at a loss to conjecture, as the law made it J

and o to open his office at that place. compensation, and with no immediate I rShot1tCl not be I prejudiced his. opimons the duty of the Secretary of the.Treasury PORT OF, PKJTSAGOL&) .

b'cn clelet mined that the prospect of being allowed any. but has'in most instances left the and no other, to decide the question as an

It:lias final decision to the Secretary of the appellate court from the judicial adjustments .
01{ government shall i bt madeI' According to the.piovisions of the law, and decisions here & at St. Augus. ENTERED.
who full of all the
scat Treasury, has a evidence -
copy
h .ss of all the surveying 0p'r : he CJ.ScsHre to be reported to the Secretary tine. I.have such a profound respect for Aajt 9.-Schr. Two Friends, ,
the before him ; and on the other the learning, integrity and talents of the Montanze N! Orleans 47
and the of the Treasury who on being sa- Cargo,
:io:1S in Florida, rang- 'hand to protect tmr:government frum imposition lion. John Q. Adams, that this or a-
upon bbls. Flour S casks wine 17 hbls.
tisfied that the same i# and equitable ) ,
jjtt ,
lshps: numbered', from I I he has provided for the taking ny other queston; I should consider his -
C'S -r. \. U within tne provision* of the treaty," is di- I i evidence. in its behalf which cuu4 not opimon in which there was any difference, Rice, kegs Lard, 1 bbl. Pork, 1

jjjt!! point.The I reeled U pay them. It is clear from this :. .>." the strongest evidence that I was in the bhl Mackerifll, 1 bbl. Cider, 2
be lands in Gadsdcn County law, that the St cretary of the Treasury wrong, I am however not yet satisfied<< bbls. Rum, 2 cases Vermicelli, 1
; 1 II bly throw much light on the subject before that either him or the cabinet, have: given Salt 100 Ibs.Bacoa .
be immediately surveyed it I was the judge in the last resort, 'o determine the *. bag 2 cases Sugar,
\
arelo I I claims are finally acted Ql e such an interpretation to the treaty. It
townships: and such of ,.the first whether the claims allowed bvi. think therefore there need be no apprehensions wouU be an inconclusive and unauthorized & 1 Crate of Earthenwae

to I the Judge were just and equitable and i;I decision, and one which would be to the Master.
ttpships subdivided as may not that full just.ce will net be c- contrc't'I.tcd -
; secondly, whether they came within the vent aHy done to all concerned. no doubt, by the Spanish ne-. ARRIVED.

contain piivatc claims: and it is provisions of the treaty. The first would -,-,-s %t ...a .it,. ",-,_ .- .t aa_- -- gociator. Upon a recent occurrence of Augt 8Schr. Fell's Point of "
that at ]least twenty townships of ------ the same kind the U. States denied to Baltimore Lhtl ton Waters, master -
expected course depend upon the circumstances CO1LJl uxic.q Tl; > VXT France and Spain the right;: to interpretthe ,
in of Lieut. Kennard
will be picparcd and and nature of the and charge '
pro- claim the evidence t eaty of retro.c *ssioll of Louisiana, %

jainieJ for bale, as soon' after the in support ofit ; Vnd for this purpose the 1 For tile Penaacala Gazett. and denying them this right they have of the U/S. evenue Cutter Florida

of the Land law.requires that the evidence &c. shall : In m)' tvvo preceding numbers trust II 1 hei ltl the finest portion of Alabama and ; haviug1been: ; | detected in aninfringement .

int-eiing: Cojigrcsb' be reported. The second is a subject .have suti-faclonly:: shewn, that ,ihr govcrnment .- Louisiana, t 'iat formerly oiled] Florida of the Revenue Laws,
Florida can be of the United west of the t'erdido If in tat: instance
Officerfor: : organized for the exercise of the judgment of the states weiM bound i iby in landing on the coast of East
national and political ,obii ..ion... I-.to enlightened nations were not -
but nothing will be done in to permitted Florida a of salt from KeyS
; Secretary of the Trcasuron. a fair inter- make compensation for the lores': sus- in conjunction, to construe the cargo

'rdalie-n to the surveying of lhenrhatc pretation. It would seem that, in the exercise tauied by m m id.\:tlLL&I l Spanish i n lid) Iaimts, im aning of their own treaty, with what al. I.

claims, until Congress this judgment, he has uccidcd, in consequence of the invasion of this I piopnety: can the cibinet make :an ex 1 Ith. In Quarantine, Schr. Amelia -

that the 9th article does not embrace the }province, in time year 181-*. In !"m'u-r to prte dcision in their o\vn favor, and Reilly New Orleans.-Cargo
.shJl! !IrRislate upon that subject. torn u coi"net idea of the true -nvt-iil an;1meaning st.ile Iial; was time intention of time pat **- I in next.
an Passengers our
claims for }losses sustained 181-1 which
This infoimation we can vouch in oi the treaty ufcrenco i.ust be |! .cs, upon the phraseology of a sentence Mobile
have been laid: in Here, or those of 1812; nail h) ,the e..sUig relations of the two by no means favoring sacii a construction, Pilot Boat! Eclipse, Trigs, '

for and from it, it appears that presented ill East Florida.On .rnmeiitj, at the tune rn' its legot.a-: although its terms jay be a little darken P. .Llt, Passengers, Col. George <

thrflaiuls; of our Territory will becfliied lion and conclusion : the eq.iltualt; de- ed with diplomatic ambiguity ? The Walton nd Lieut Governeur

for bale al a much earlier a consideration of these facts it will n.uiuis oflheouc, and the corresponding; 't United States upon that occasio.i, took Morris of the 4th U. S. Infantry.

appear strange, how Mr. Ada.ns h.ul all\ tiilsgtiumms ol. ilit* other The 1\'crn-1 the liberty of giving its own exposition [SAILED.

PI'ltl.d than we had expected 1 and thing to ilo with the business of rejecting 'H..A.or Spam and the l> t.ttts, hail not against two powerful nations but in this Schr.
U. S.
13th.
: Transport
.1
be the claims t.oen tin time bc* t terms >fuinila.drec t instance there would be much less magnanimity
emigration to it will thereby or how it could become a sui>- > c 'p- Baker with
rocal inleicourse', since tile 1802 inasmuch as the present claimants Florida, Tampa Bay,
of decision lear ; -
much expcdiled.Another ji-ct by the cabinet'as the in i re had (t-\iic. var.oin and conflictiiiir \I arc. adopted citizens of the U. State, Lumber & Bricks by the QuarterMaster.

-- whole responsibility rested on Mr. Craw suhjccis ol ilitiere-nce and contrO'.crsI I anti h ve to employ the language supplication : !!

tiudy .J'ound.-On the ford : and if any censure is to be passed, :ib,-tic the coiutructioiiot treaties, the cv.-: >- and justice; and not that OfjOW- I

S-jund though we do not teriilurv, tliii: inm.idvUA liiie er and defiance ; the whole: su.n allowed .
Pen iibiili, between St. Rosa mean to ccn.ture aione s.u.i: u : capluiv
he is the person who should bear it. oj t lSJt j.s, anil olhci'a unnecessary to by fie Judge ulsjliitcly i is only twenty ortn.ny Or TinAvi.ESOAMDI'A .
and Yt'lloVater Bay, the re- :ue ciuinie-ratcd in \\ h.ch there were'amluai ; thousand dollars, and provtoo.iatf.-, Ttitrj
found >!Adams, it is true, may have declared deinaaur and i; about fifty six thousand, subject lo lh. '
been
mains of a man have cimpl.iinls.) It was at COUNTY COURT,
wh.\t was the understanding: of the conti '\, decision i-t the SecreUn of the I
d. Ctl Treasury
buz- ; i. ui hl'al11 uiicr.sucii; ; u nuiiibiT of'j February Term, 1 32 1.
considerably mangled by the acting parties, at the time agreeing to tur> ot IK.?(>!.aiion, to mak- final, seliieiiiejit I upi-ii Ccitiun points and further evidence. N motion of William F. Stcele Esquire -

zrds-it was lying with the head the 9th article o 'the treaty, but this k.ou o! jill i.iiuivnces by Ueaiy concliulen J j 1! this Amount is a mere tnfle to the: go- O Attorney for the Territory,

on a brown surioul, rollt.up apparent of interpretation has always been cons. on tHe :...";.,11 C;). 1S1U, in wdich it vermnent, but very important to a.i im- &c. Ordered, 'i'hat the defaulting Grand
dred : .s: stipi :l.,:e.i in :.i I.clc 9, tiui the! two I I I povei'iaiied population, who have experienced -I and Petit Jurors at the present term of this
objectionable, and it is liihh;
y to scive as a pillow, in probable -:I "i.jj!ill' c..r.tiaciii Jt; parsesaniirutrd w Lithe as many incjiiveivenccs and trou- court do she v' cause if any .there be, at
I I.nlo
tile pocket was found a letter addressed that a different\ interpretation( mightbe ,.'..! ijoi il...-> re of co.ifliat.on. and :.I oles; lioiii political tra.tic au.l revolution, the next October! term thereof: why: a: fine

to Mi. 15 dice of this city, given to the treat: )' by r.c Spanish inm-; '.\ ltn UK.ib 1 .,.. cL of puttingan end to a1l..! as Have ever marked the stormy existence should not belassessed upon them severally

ister. W c have had an instance in wh.cht vUl'.uvncc.V': ;';".C. vvll ivciprocolly psrl.r.ti or'more potjnt communities. TheI for tueir said default-the Grand J errors
wlnf has receixetl it-it was written tile .oa-.articK'a I non-payment of these: clai.us, to which fifteen dollars each and
\r und : in the sum
\\ o contracting pa;tics. France and .Spainagrceuin ; stip-ilalio .s ;
bv a :,lr. O'Kiky at Mobile, a.iioiriiicii. ;, liu i V.il:l.tIitatc.s :1;e to I they .lave so long looked \xithanxiel, )" and the Petit Jurors the sum often dollars

all! interpretation oftne treaty juv ior ali .' ii-ju. ..cvh; !\ luh be e-):ab- I sohcituile, u.iUer an assurance, from their; each, and it 5: further ordered, that a copy -
15. the bcxrei'Ir.
who, rcfl'rsIr.. to ces-sioii. of Louisiana, very matcr.ahy: affecting ;. th.i: to :laun'l: sitiicred by til. :jp.ln-j termer; goveniinent, that tacy were cm- of this rule be published twice a month

) RoBERT Wicxfur further information ;he ii.terests ofa third party, t.h.' j.iitJwee1'?*, or Ilhl6\ dual Spanish in: abitaiuh : ': braced by time treaty, will be :i sad stroke tor three months, next preceding the October

on the fcu'tji'ctof; Uni.eel States ; wii.ch has always been rejected ov. t,al.' UVc o.em atmuims of tile A,ner.can I j to t.icir &hopes and prospects, and will t-nn af >resaid. :
e\enp.iy! the bole ol"the and the
j ai..i) in rusr.aa. It iroin boys A true Copx, '
by appears
which; he wiites. This i is all the our govermncnt. These re- time f'f.; $ .l'orr. tie treaty, h'o's, it \xill be sport for the former but Attest, JuiLV ULLEfCl'k.. !
marks are not made with a view of espousing ucuth to the other.: 1 am aware that HUNT I). C. ,
information have brcn: able tt, that: :lv\.slU KllcntLwIl of h- COiilTUCt- Dy V. 1LASCLL ,
I. either side of the discussion ::ul.c-"t K-.I tjicre :liculd ho soa\c cf the reluctance manifested by tile 14th3tit.: ;
hr.-I I :; ar.3i ;"I'e-- Aug.
ob:ain respecting it, & \\ o lay it ., llith his IKen : I into efFect this articlc I
commenced b.eur. cor- r. coi-.ci.un I cm for the for the informationof 1 I lr"SPIUdl"lits obl.Yiuu } 01 the trea', has resulted from the ;
It be
public, i Oil the u1Jj..ct l1tiLuereiy tv d i.iLjjont. cannot supposed To l ttOl\ -r\a\\te-rs.
lls-t ..i ..:o:) 'ji ofa.nulrl.llt j' tencU-rregarJ, tuc-y sojusti) have, tor thereputation t
the friends cf the deceased. !I :, conetimbr<< :..lui : il1P. a province: ,
.. } of that p iriotic jamy anti custiUtjuished : !
!
: It pr c.x-.n;: ncutra ity, (ru .vCflid.OU1V ( hunts of Pcnsacola, wish-ng
1! : !have been en cf; who invaded tne ITJEter
: callli:
separated by the \' Hl'l'lc author pro ;
We understand that the (CC11J1.I \: r ) ties may 1LC the trade: in Wagons;
i I Jt.< ., .mo :,!x cas.cs 1st for cattle, 2d ik&c \iom.t! ';t .t) I h} a h.'Jtile army, and vince. It is conceived, however, tial I la their piucc, as also to obtain Cotton ot :

s.ctrs: tor ascertaining1 Claims and titles: ;!j for goof!; and ol'itr eiicts,3d for the caj.Uiie 01 ii :r ;pr. c-pul town and ni- upon a proper vic\\ of the subject, neither 1 lhe best qua lily, and being aware that I II

to Lftiuls *' ;.hjnr t'ot Flttrii.a coneinjjL'.e I dt stroyeclj 4th of vessel property litary pos', .:u- ...... ./-l.ifole destruction are involved in it ; the claimants |I many saull; planters, who can brin; but a I II

, attending:: at Col. llright's, on cargoes : seized of me pi.. ... :.. ">-1\ o}' the iuhdoilants I themselves confess, thai every effort was snia.i q'aantt\\. t j market at a time, deserve :

.\t.l1 tchk. on the 15ih & at Mr. \ Chuc.1 I ''.i :181-1, 5th tor cargoes: of vessels!:: and ne- uouldiioii I' .... r.rt-N4- r" tliNer- m:tde by the commanding General, to preserve > they tale :

groescaJtIred in Uic bay of Pensacola! in encc" and ejtpostui .' .,,\.d ri be part or* the property of the inhabitants in- with tnetr crops, have rcsoivc.l to t
Kiiiiee's on Clupola! on the 20th of Sep-j I ,
1813, f.th) for negroes: lost by the inliabi'aots the o punish; governuii. ierr.btr, to receive: evidence in suppcrt of|I I .. lin oincers JJLthey could not dis-
and Ingnt i
in 1814. The whole amount oi liieclaiiiH was, in p.llt ine.tii, >iicvoul.i dred dollars iiilo two premiums, as men-
. tlic claims, in Jackson Couly, under the : here Complain mor loUdly, .n pn-poi!! U1.. to ncr cover or controal, -.even-or eight hundredCnoctavvs tionea odJ\\t, for the best two loads delivered I II

htect tfCcigrcss. This course v. ill bea presenled was a little upwards \. "ak'iessand ike, Wyiu "i."td-out Iiron" ,,,: and scouting part-es of undis oa or'before t.ieiirat day ct January !
of one hundred and ciphllctlluihtla. In addition *o tins, most j
seventy-seven I
3ccimiiiodation to the Claimants: although tile! ciiuld not b.i.u; ; re- next. .
git.it : ,
thousand dollars of which thirteen thou, dn-ss by w -r. hpam howevsr u-as not so ut tue losses are not attributed[ to the un-
a".ti Mill enable 'the Commissioner to FIRJST PREMIUM.: ;
as- nied ate Uepredatto-a of the soldierv.rile .-
sand seven hundred and odd have been destitute ol the ancient G'asUum splrii asto .

. uuin and summon witnesses on the posilively rejected ; fifty-six thousand adjusted submit to such a degradation as the t wnS thruwn into confusion and For the b$i st Wagon load of Cotton insquarebales ':

r\rt: lithe U. States, if necesgarx: \ullitczr.psraiivcly capture of her provn-oe. aim tru 'tflI1i cos.sternauo.i: and many ot the losses werecasoaca riot less than six bales, I
in fat: or of the claimants provisionally ;.,' t the retreat of the inhabit- say I
little trouble and expense: of hlr flag, \\ :el& tilt Ai.ier.can .,:.()re 'u < by weighing :320 Ibs. eachior upwardslo be J
subject to the decision of the. Secretary a.us and their ciiorts to ClUb l'k tiVeir! cf:,
V. to tlie gox'eminent.fynnJi ment avowed the act, and tated t.iev 1l.t1l bound with six ropes or more, a SILVER I II
cl'tiic Treasury on the opinion! of the iiistnicled their co.iiinandriig gjiu-ral to jcCt.i on ooai\l ot vessels, and to conceal VESSEL with a suitable inscription of I

. the hcrc."er Uu cml.dbc .ICln ia v/uici* places fr )lu the Choctaws, I and dollars, : j
in u
ri..ims.-As the atUnl Judge given each case. They were pniviie enemy y the value of out hundred rifty
public u..t al i altiMintable t' tile and
) invasion,
tau decided found ineaning e'clI.n In. CatholicMajesU's that sum :in money, at the option ot the i
. ri/1 l kis > from a desiresuys: the. .. or
Lite! been attracted occusionttl of the
b
to the U'.e operations ar-
} dorninioiiJi; ; tl .u tii s .10,11.11l\); ) successful candidate j
(iMi/UhAtr lo>bcs sustaine-il by the inhabitants report44 that the claimants may not be be made the subject ditlc.ence on the .iI}." I nave: deemed it necessary to say .

of: ricrida in consequence of the optrutions prejudiced: b\ too rigid a construction of part o( tit government, o.innui for a tnonunt i.i.s r.iucri m relation to tne chiiins, forth SECOND PREMIUM.For : .

the O!) l't"nd be beiacvcd IIJ is 1 parioe oi coiivcti.ig erroneous ..nprcs l.
of the American Armies I treaty my p because had a C\lCI1S\ argument
we I >- :
; been en-leavored to be the best small load of Cotton ia
orts, W iiiClll1.'e
been deiinili tiie"settc iient oi'difieiences" ,
: they eh rjectedt Ii would U.ut! 111 :
ttiist: :: that the! publication of the cy less than
{general have the invoj.on vV.u intCituat o> .iiade, by extravagant exaggerations ot square or round bales, say not .
frjK'rt on the claims, and the abstract, been deprived: of the oppoilunily of Spain, to t be embraced m UK bin article their nalurc and umoanl ; that they may three hales, to weigh 300 Ibs. each or upwards 1

':':":tre1 by Judge ttvackenridgc to the subniUm& tHeIr claims! to the highest: aift'eAty of the treaty, anti a*she hail never made oome t biiiore the natio.ial Legislature un- A SILVER CUP, of the value of I

tcI1Mrv of the Treasurv would contri- and the report of;hc Judge could coinpensiition to her siibjccisturtle losst5 controuiea bv, sucii representations, and fifty dollars, with a suitable inscription 1

t ut':much* to the satibfaction of all, who elo lijem no injury, iiuoniuch ai' it was> occasioned bv. this operation, it vas intended that ju.stico maybe done to U .e honest or that sum in money as prefcrr d. 1'
claimant and the faith of treaties The following have been appointed -
founded on the idcnce, transmitted toe U. Slutes siiuulii a tliereuould preserved persons
l; li to be informed on the subj.ct.1 .- with ha\c IH''II no 'rtcIllchatJilll" a ulsettleDent t by the government of the U. S tate a committee to examine the cotton \
>
it. The :
\, !. ,: arc on file in the Clerk'. ClHcc. remaining hun.lred] tliousunddollars 01 "diilejciucs 'i iiattnis vas SIDNEY. and award the i premiums-it is ex- .

.Jo: intend is made up chiefli of two Item,, that satisfactory assurance will be I :
very bhortiy to lay them one
,..t 1.c.-c our readers, in an extra. tlic negiocs fiul vessels captured in the | a giievo.:s .ne, we arc no; l..:Ji to C.Jll'J"'CtHI'C given by every individual offering for either -
.Ifr. Editor.Wit is said to consist inputting lot cottdn produced ia
lit .d of providing for the bay.' of Pensicola: ] uinoiintitjg to i.ttlc less i ; in i bi .i, loud and retUr-Lu: comt that the of
Congress those ideas together with quick-' the growth of his own plantation.
than thousand plaints: rc:: mauc by a iunnal .ld spintcii -
'
dollars
: eighty :
!' cs'tnellt cf these claims: appears toJitc al'l'hich t ix-tiionsiraiicc, signct by tne i.ihab-I nest and variety, \vhercin can beJbund any F. H. Nisbet-
.. been are most uttlieni subjecls of suits in the: I resemblance or congruity." Some of'
: cactIbtl.d!
vrv to
produceifc0tsfdctor
) i tanls and aduresscd to oovcraor Solo, inj '
Allen
: H.
; \. result ; awlve under&tandcr Supi':me Court of the United t.tcs-, j Inch till injures to the miiubilunls were my friends iuve d':-.covered a substitute I N. I

,:l.t ; act has been passed at the : The n"port draws} the attention of the Secret set fortu, in bold unJ appropriate Ian- for tins agreeable talent, or rather a "ptcnt" :!- Jas. B. Selby,
kind of it, which 1 beg leave to recommend -
. 4.t; ar to this circumstance* decides I' ; vvmcli Wi;.s cotiiinaniCaiccl to lhe C. ,
sebLol uitli the provisions of which: "} jjut t tlH'gc to your readers. And this I do Jos. Keyser, j
of Cuba and it des-
Cup'ta.n jcneral
i by in '
.If" lre as ct in Ia\ Cr of the claims, und .t appears, bya the because I have
j u holly unacquainted. paicned to his g, verninent a.ul was rc- more zealously, my- :Y. Pasqui3r.Pensacola .

try few: ufthc da tsere decided decision of the .supreme Court, duringpe rerrculo ih the negotiation. Under such: self been the subject of this new kind, ,9th August. .-23-tf. !

.' lfillli\'th. by the Judge, ui. ,o complain.td I. last winter, tlut the principles on 1 ; circumstances:) would tIC: apaniali: Minister and can vouch for its pungency and force.It -. I
.
:'"),.,. : ln *1.8: report that some mode cf which! ths decision:: was founded<< have i j ever have signed the treaty, and ackr.owlc1gLd is tnis::-when you want to overwhelm -
. mcluimv seillementofn// !lilier- your adversary or give him a perfect BOARD OF HEALTH! '
fC'SJ \; a ( .
received the
sanction of that : .
4 the _
g'"oLtl:1g had not been l't'ci- highly re- 4 check-mate," instead of racking your .
Ur.aiw'as included in it ? The
unless
:.. :!&! provided, hthe. act of (;ougress, !'specled tribunal. The other item, a- fact ences is incredible t Spain had a riylit, under brains for H smart repartee, tell a whole, RESOLVED, That proposals.will be

..4 ln"'c' &dof kl\'illg' the judges to act ac- I I inounlingto about twenty-six thousand the laws of nations, to demand the mdciiunty volley of" white g," that have a si ght I the Resident Physician, Ii

. torJn to their | dollars] for cattle of her connexion with the subject mailer of the i at dwelling in Intendencia street,.until ..
b discretion, and exposing I horses provisions, &c. and saUsfactio.i subjects; 12
t. conversation. But be to make next the 16th .instant, at.
sure
. 1rm to the I I &c. has been thi tl'e Unit ell Stated with or without treatyu your Monday
rlS k of proceeding ffl a man- j reported subject to evidence of '
on'the
exhibit
j thereforefair opponent the subject of tnem, and o'clock ; from or part any person

.. tifflt vrhch ml)' not. meet tllcDepartment lnpMbation !I to be taken on the part of the U. ere to bound nfer the to intent make it.of both it 'is of the "1lJgiicuntractlOg' him in some ludicrous or indecent situation desirous undertaking the erection .:r 1
* Trtairy' States commissions and then the whole is sober of shade for the a'commoda T
or of Con. :: to lake depositions that those swear a temporary

.. tts. S 0 Prov'sion was made for the :; having been directed to Alabama, to the such as should parties be established, to thu injuries satisfaction truth. It will be well to have a friend tion of persons who: may be subjected to '
t. tflpc.ThcI1tora in the secret to swear for you, and support quarantine. The same to be erected on -
'iI" :." clerk, of an interpreter, '': commanding general the quarter master of the AmeilcauigovernmeiitnOlieother your veracity, if shoulJ be called the shore of the Navy Cove, and to, con ,

f- :- 'Officer to attend the Judge du- : and to other persons. On this subject, are contended for) were to be paid into question. My-word for it, this "pa- sist of either .. f. -
-
OIl Clf it. It is novel principle in poll
not a
'.- : xanunatlons. ; nor was the report expressly declal'cSs.c that it Is "by ( tent wif" will silence the sharpest shooter, '4
any per- I to
nation
bc11
, tics and nafional law, tar one
.-' the IfOtlzl'd to appear OQ the part of no easy matter to ascertain the real truth, f provide for die.piiyment and reparation of that walks tue turf.. A Log House Or ::, '. -

E : o..lnst"r.ltcd States, to procure' testimony. I I I and the \\ hoI "'trutlJ from the ex-parte evidencc .I fall injuries, doneto| private property, even ,PHILO PIQUEil. A House Weather-Boarded, ; ., !

; .' the claims, or to cross-examine I I adduced in support of these.f. ol'an enemy time of, war ; it is a ,_ ...(.,1 '

J: e tneSSc fthe claimants! thus ren, I' chaiu allhougHitljave! spared no pains ;J familiar one. in the. code of nations, sanc- MR. HUNT, :. on posts setin, the,ground. '. .

f tjn the : I tioned by reason) nature, &ud immemorialusage that the Marshal be 40'feet -13 : 1', -
: enquiry, In many cases unsatfitttvr to come at it by i interrogating the witnesses ,1 have| heretofore shown* and Understanding The building to long, by -
;. I as I. : and 8 feet the sides roofed -
.\ and of this District has discharged wide, high on -
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a Ulcornplcte. from the t'rtnode of ill claimants yet iuisppsite! that :{ practiced by the LUmted a tales in the.very several with bark, and divided into three' apartments .

of Con d ucti ng it." !appe:1fS from a want of a personal 'knowledge of treaty now in dispute. It ,is conf 8StJ from prison ,persons and to be completed in two weeks .- t
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'the feport '. I thXttiie wk! intended and actually committeu for offences the ,, .
t.i 'v that the task was reluc1)dertaken these transactions, my in rrogalorjea'inaynot treaty I I against farthest. j ; ;.1
'.. t tloes embrace losses 1818. if then'I Territory<< and thinking it important' ;;, "
byThe d tb the ,
'inlJ' Judgebe: coii' 'have been direct ;iprpper' E. A Sierra .M. D' t
0,U 11t ) .... I 'Spaimi1tad aright! & did.demand payment I that the should '"' ,
; %tIl': Ie could not bet made Dii neo points, for illucidatlnj -#1em. I' have I i for those of1818'a11dtht U. State agreedto public Resident Phyucian and __' q
of kind
this
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1IItrJ.,. ant : lo thi I Treasury"nep'.art therefore thought it neccisary, direct it, why did 'not Wpoiu demand, and the know why measure Qreiidcni of the Board of lIe all". .
4. that..: nc c.1 io tho 'of IH14 ? ,\VHereis has been adoptee Iwpu1d respectfully 1824I23i : '
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tutc' utaea not or."JW ti: commissions.to take' lepositions per- flutes assent PensacoIvAugmtl2tb| ,. .:.
l&be.rcquir0f1)1 theVu'ilerencc 1 Itwasaa invasion, of through the ,,, ...I 't .. ,
1r OJ request, .. : -4
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: !re;t J sons who may have it in their, power, to the, army for'a similar r ose.-If 'r;" ., a.... !...'. ., -.-" --w., >
k: \ -ftOt bc U111)roper to remark! throw this subject and! 'whfcharetobctransm'.tted 'same p ; medium of your ,paper,;thay. a full \IrttG'ExeuLcL : -: -..-;' .. ;';
t\ii- ) ; light on ; tbe, rincipje' .wa*} ot correct, the U. b. i : ,*. ,.niy ;.
......... thmking .w tbLt statement: of th reasons. theref-jr f
the act of} to as should have 'sanctioned it if it was /
,t3 c en1J' be t you as soon : ne x er ; be published. with neatnessanti. ....
'1"IIII:1CV'nt considered as an I,.tfcry can be executed ; and I must re she should not hesitate to'inakc repara ... \.' office
of COflm1Ii.ioLzeN l':. tion endeavor to shield ,herself ,be. QUERIST, despatQtfjLthi .,
: hJ' thci quest that the decisions made by. rae, ia nor :

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.; I s-- : 'ed :jfdrn., sucjh 'ti, 's miii.' tablishment': : ihs'jOtflBa J, \V4 : scltooner CaravaifcdiVtctfrom .ti .,.rt {;Received; ticCONSISTING,'- ,. .
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p i On the loss of -St ptfjaiuin g." portibn; -'. -. .I'/ia, c s:r.l ,
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within right of -: : caresses his own expectation 'p( Urn'former supply: books, among whichare : i4a
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: : :.1:. 1 ternocuvMay li 1824. that he threw aside. his gun. of. their p'dtrot ag the following: J ..fGr.1e9"lcar. ,

: Her. ,)ath, was 0:1 the briny ntlenan's feelings' aito be r I'' TERMS; V < t. kn'i's SSCl3, hJ.the author of IUaviIjj 10,: Pkagt; lrv Got(1 -

Yet no I white sail but few traders. in fur / Th; Aneritzn Mwury will be lidingfich\! Meltca. Vrictce. J h: ...1
j Nor Ue2 ur',} oar with l"nkJin' Journey to the Poa Seas, .I : O
oft imperial
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ave acted sofeeling1y.IjiiAjW published) an paper)
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'her the Hllia's.Adyentures,' -roMF.lc plaids .
.UrgedSpfno to stem Hajji : aalShirtings -
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t'; \' d, with fleecy I hree times a wee!;, on the iOjornr1nj Waltlo's Naval HeJos.I'J'b a Poet, _tl, sheetings! ,

; ,! l).sdaining in her pride ]J.ll, : T68 s of 2'itfSlay, Thursdayjg'd ml ongster's .MuseunvSalern. Witchcrutt, C1J}I;ecki & tickings,' "

To. voo jllie'brctie, or I Saturday, during the recess of 91em.u 's Anecdotes, Superfine and low prlCassinicros : cl6t} -

: + : Or WR 1 the: rolling tide ,' Journal to jmblished Cung 'l'1-, at six dollais' per annum i'.g-an's Sporting Anecdotes, and ::sattineis ..

. I' \\ \II le boldly to the City of ira'shington, by half "und everytay Gregory's Chesterfield! 2 vvts Ladiesvhtc: and blach Wtn* i
,. He: .Ilgn wr<: }* 1Y AND ( .1)EOX, payable yearly ; Charlotte's, Lett ere.to \\' ttt'r, ", G } nt'cmcn v..uts! aud imuhosc -.
lt I I:1vr''uht with volum'd Entitled during the sessio'ns i at allI I llumoriiort'aiiew coltrcfidn Anecdotes CS, .
flame she For .the-Editors, extra cbarvje of three dollars fur I -Two.'bticJs, Cotton and worsted- -
lr'b American '. Lc 6'ageXDevil on snsj.llxtra c l1eZ\
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: M c . &Mercury.. 0". each. session.Tfci La Peyrous'n's. Voyage,Living. Plays 3 vat$. super.printed carribrics'fc mt .

; Eifjntly a'cr her bosom I II 1 I'sianiisnnicnt.oi abotne publication will probably New Robinson (;risoe, link for dressc.yinv & fc on t

I .V.. here rainbow mirth new journal at the seat of the in AugtjfV Phillip's Speeches, T> tier's Elements, articles ."
commenced
, : For as ilev er'd, and h:. 1 government ,. he early Tales) of My Landlord, 3d. Series, 9-3| and C-4 cambricts and Ji.ttGtk
may per
In cliingeftil groapa next, r\y\ which time persons bolding Scott's.Lady of the Luke, Irlih LlI1crorh'c, ts

, chihliiood's snule, he considered hy rome as subscription$ papers, art requeste'j Walker's Three Spaniards, 2 vu!:'. Ljncn:" Cambrjc; : ; jik ii.: "':rs ..m'' .'',

And lt-auty' \\ LIe and unnecessary, at this to return them Butler's Farmer's Manual, Silk and >ifcrs< ',lhKngliah etiiflrOVfl .

Jlauhood ."it.; his ; while by others it will'ht. All \\oltlm ullicationsaddrt'ssed Harb uld'- Lessons" ctJoreclplaleB, I Ucilhm at --

And matr -.. tciuiei' I d, with pleasure as another be Deoping's: KV .ing's tnt rlaimncnb, &. Inhl Kand&na&fiarlif\

-. : Abvi', tHe azui.r: ky.wa e of inrelligence anti another to the Editors to postpaid.j -- Ktt'iug's <:>cograph>, Gregory's Legacy", C.tt6n }*lags, ;.Ihl ptcktthkij *
. Ik-nca'iti.t' !"' ttivod like' -: Locke's &. Uacon's Kssuys,. sNankm: Crajic tlre*>sf3figurej"
Arjuuil m chcquenng i I um of information,' from i tii i ,n H (i u n ij o\\ de r.r .. r flodgon'sLttttrs, Linnet Song Book, Clack Italian Crapes,

lier hues delighted: r\ much benefit huiy be der\- ;'UIE Subscribers' agents' for the: pro-j!, Liieof Franklin, Washington's Life, ', I.*" horl hats, .

,Vcl'.et vc-iilure .lc k\l Means f .diffusing light and A pnetwsill bt constantly Mippbed I! \\ tJl\'* i'uihp 2ci ana 3d, volt.. and a % ariety of cthcr"jtape! and fal\cra

white ... ith Ihitjpinvdcr! Lab been Haw s' Life of Newton, Putnam's Life, I .
,\ nci It'h'-nvers and lalOw!led ge. l an never br uhicn highly j I. tcc:
v Through the,tufted\ sivdy multiplied or too :'lprf\t'dbj.) all whojiavo used: it, aiut i iscoiilVdriit I. Bonaparte'* Lile, f-' 7 cases ntkllb and bo's'.

Kieh: tlaxaliiifc s>c ; j I t.ilVW .pi onto Jed. In all free .t ;.\ViUiinted equal if not Mipcrior: of i iam I I Ferner's Mru-cul Ul tor'es, I latest' shon! : /

Its cotcuririj.;: vl. the eye, l the prc$s is i emphati lUuUim the United states, ana fur ;I I:\ Mwray's .V.atcria Medic( _' '< 2 I'' casesjin.' cutlery! &c. table Xnrci

4 erw.t the palladium of liberty, and i above*. Luiduii Tower Proof.. For sale PJiiihps on luuigeition.Bauiiciocque's andtsrks,

$. only in di-hpoiisms that its I ;..y. ) 'i 1 I Midwifery, Pen-knives, scL'sors, razors, rEt4

nov. the setting sun, :&' STONE &._F. JL NISr.ET. Toller's Law i)i Executors, (.C. .c. -
And ib circun,ycribfd and its-
I ( 100 .CeLs Just Deceived.- I\ l>Ucic5toni''a Co.fiinentaries 4 vols. 2 bales Osr.r burs
p PVU1'3 ies istroked.\ lt is by u free, f -
A fioo.: ti gl..ry o'er I I\ ilisiujj) lion.e on the: Psalms 30 pieces cottoutbaging,

f b1101c: : .. and easy diirusion of Et 1 t! ,_ i I Mui'.hal'a FneiU'b Fan'ily, k.c. ice &c.. ALSC, .

. 4 Of{ Itt proud nuirt, \'h'll '(, and t.tp 'clo1l1); politi- By 'William P. Quval Governor (/ i \Y'HiCii; -. 50 barrels whisk;' .

r I Upon Ur sia.,i c, that the liberties of t/'r Territory JftirIa.tiC together: with the stuck heretofore on Y do loaf sUg';
I ; i I. hand, co,t *>ac: a. extensive awl g.- 5 casks L P. Tcncrlfle wir.
i p very or.. .
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'Ith l : is
L tlrOIt1I1g I I tiin cUn bo presrr\eti : this i 11)H !.JAj 11'j {N. I. .1 K Vbe .
ncrnl( ass ltntcnt of UOIanu w' 1 pipe cOt!;nc brandy,
: \ :
ai'i
Ii ''ie,tt 'tljlli.hll' eyes effected! by Cleans' of the 5 ,:rt: HEl:!;AS, in p.II'H\II'e;: of an actvf'S } sold at the vew-5u.rk prices for c asli.Country .- 1 do Peach brandy

I o A' 'i .tI'C h. lit bi hinctS ; and I iit+40 prrss, -tbei-efoir, ?-' o! 'the Ll'f.,1.tt't" ('U; > tjci oi theTirrrcrv ; : ruc/uhant-xtiui public pnvaxe 1 d l gin,

1111"t.! -t.1't Utl t\. cii t br too widely.otisos gtlllraH) i ; v of Florida) ; <,t oorme t .,.t day jo'"' ,Jui e i&; _.., r':"II',1J1;; ml1\J'i wereappjji4tfi : id.il.-, slid such hooks us are ordered and :15 barrels prime pork
day, .h 'd.
: i "J\ ,'::Ut vttgv: ; I I ( } c.. M-Ject the! ii.t eligible!; aid! : :.jtOR hand, wiUbe procured with ai Young Hysun:: and tyson sin ;
': :tt G i r.t .. the i ( are so fieqtieRtly made coifvjcr.ient Situation f-r th .-.l';tf.Jui gov.rr.ient | ] tt.e tlel.,y *<*. ustate. Orders fi oas a (;-.U o \vder do. in canisters, -

r L ;1.\\.tili'l"4.roHt'.1Y" o ) ( t .ikfltS of 1 this i -.orl, and so I of Jht. Terrton. : ,/' FlorI1., : lid ; distance will be'as proii ptiy uttended to, Coffee, s'lg-ur, flour, soap, sweet oil', cop.

: 1 I I. r'.tH'r -1't.h j ti:i & : 1 I violatc-rl.. thai wt sh-dll for- I.;; Stiil 1 l'oiniiKvit>;iei> iuve rtijoitt-jl to ;jatidineet VM'.II Weu.t utt--aLv.. ai a per*, ulliun,. salt petre, starch, pijp i
: U ,, I I irji- th.t t4"c v. !: 'ct.-J jbU, in the : crsonal apolicatjon. ind: &c
make this j pimento, ice
on oc a- ;
L r.d; ; t :n h t'c 1i,: 3 i to iiM ie 1o
1 J County; of t.a - : 1 r cia-y. > iu-r buv.. I : rian v.tinuncl to t lu'fil.' liu < Virn. grccn ,
-ij i o"t'l'\' :J vu: tile oifl; tiv!>eieii fields of .. 2 CU.SKS Spanish brown,
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;' .I ; \ I I Wt."in sty, \\i 1| hut the ai.I i liiiii-e: : .brjt.t a !huh nil;It south o' the ---' -- 2 tci3 edes iron,
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- : HaA -'ts iic cr.i> i j 'u hl1 or i ; lure, ttiat every (>kej-kck-o-i.\! ajid 1 l ;;.'.'...: ... ,.: {ii.It, ,t t. AN ORDINANCE, 5 cwt. steel asserted.On .

::4 ..! t.. J 1i 1- no\ cou i j I shall he madr'', diffuse the point; v here tfie /tcl: Spai..Mh lt IS I:hr. : TV firei>ent fiefjfiie from bafhir.t in

i"'H 1 I ; 'i A 1''b:4 iit.i : :!-';It ti blcutii'% with con'f''. t i!tformation, ; to su.:)- svctt-il b. .siiriii! traJrnniitiiir souiiiv.aidly. : the day timi front of the city. Consignrsent.
: .;; J ."! in tlie exercsio.1' Hie: Vi-creUon i 50 barrels corn neu!,
1;) L it .cd t the Hoard oi Atder5J&
-t I I bud.- of '. i or" )) ; --
I !!: the principles repuiIica me iestcdby tin said; act, ai>d[ n/rtie! information of the city of Penwco'ia, ihatfroiu 300 dp corn in the ear.
i ; ,i Ir, air; ilissuf/u': ;!. .- '' i in tneir 'purity ; to defend the ctthv! o.l inca June 5k! 13_$
,. I'i, 3iv.uo'.l sciiai: '. I 5<* peie oft Territory tIll'c1 ,'r trie !seventh day of J one -- -
t I '. il '( of gOvuFIIIefllhat are J have tIiCiht proper t'> issue tins ctiirent no shall bathe in front of
."11'". : i i It "jr," 14L t .ilV \ 'J I person NOT1CEA ; ;
t1,: !I, p ..h..al..I'.t.! : t: ; on the.se prituiphs, and n ) JL -ccht.t.ation. requiring; the nicntbersol .th( City; during the iay t-riie, between < .

?- ,!"J'. .'I. t 1i" -IS. .''" "h"" ."" art falcula ed to lil'otllfllthe .the' Leg.- latvL Cl\'IBe.t , .,. ; to aw.LhtJk at the seitt; above uuda, and one violating: this Grill J\ Harbier deceased '
Aj any | Jacques
11 acreque4ed
II V'L)114AL' dnLrtfl; and to endeavor to I ;
I'I goOt ; ricM .ibl'd, on the Jt) appointed by ioven i 'flUItC(', if ai hite perm or free, :shall! to iitukr immediate'payment. '1hcliavirigar.v : ,
".'.. c:,\. 1 I !'h a spirit of union and hm- fur Ut iic-t 't--1 t icr"-of. -
,'. : : .'.I;, Of ttV14 iflEtC('- c:c I I pay a fine of two cioilars: or m default | deniands agaiwt said estateprt
".,.,\' ', ;.t;, :1L'-1 'C l.iC.*- ho' aMnjj: the confederated I t. \ under ir.y hmdn.i the !'t'f'i'tOf31:111 \vorhatthe p.lblic.or 3 ort hereby called upon to present the.sase

__,44.., \ (..tJlIn: :.\. uu: t : '* ,. of j our j rear republic.- I :!eal ()the Siitvi'Terr, tory at.; this: cU eight da) s, or if a slave, shall re- f without delay; and all creditors, legatees

;:: .'.,.t while weilo this! .ve J.Ma'L ,: }, t'I\I'j.l oLv the :th day of ;i ceive ten la iea, uniesi the cwiier should | and'persons entitled to distribution, arc
;: ,f. t,. i, I ,- "Uoc;>, ;n tlie } .ar (.11 uur pay a tine (4'one duH :. [ hereby notified that by the 37th stttioaofan
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Ts ;. \ c n tit : ) \ > to ihfi'.Iaims 0'J
k 'I" ;. t Lt l'I, 0:-.(- *.ht, tHl t-.j. iit Jb\ II. 11sIet act fthc isfative Coundlcfli
\.1_ ( ".,:'1 ., i sl't.p ; ,01)f'J ( I li'ermrv ar.i! sciviiCr, htJIhJft'd ;tn.. tvu ;IMUT* I the 'f\ niturv of Ltgl Flo'rida! 22tiJim
apnroved
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Da 1.wtm f President IS urti of jel':1
,,' (:.;1' to too uiurJi r.eplt c.te ;i. --ut :flt'i- the: tikp-.cI.'io-e; ot 1823, entitled "An Act,. re < '
thtr 'f.f'the

' .ft. uc : tlf l' : June 4th 1K:4 Approved, ;
' of AincriO
: ;iti\ cjitv- -
all 1 i'avm\J.m probate \Villaand tie
1.1 ii.'ti Uutun at ul'P'ru1tf v, P. ALUA H.01" ; 'jra.nt1J1giA
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., 'I' UK forty eighth.WILLIAM i .Letters d letters {!
\I ..'..... \.Ctp < o cmMribuu1'' to tlu-ir: ud- tftslaiiientary, r n
; y" UUVAL I, nins:ration, and the: duties .of execuwa
.; I 1 F.u Uu! .f"La-grt: : /cnt and! to < .1lIlte d b'ir AN ORDINANCE I ,
i the Gon..rJa
'f' '.- : pr Iy hninistratoi-s and guardian ." thti
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liu t-ptctcd jiUesx .
of
: ff.s. sThroughthe m -dui5 I' '
: l tJ1Os, claims will be
barred n.d
ir.u.,9. the
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I; fi"'j.' 'ite c'.l.lvtn lui.o t Tu rcifiv a." ftrdinance, esitiblish- at exjtfratl'two1
i',1t;,'r.1 T.\. I' 'lilt t'nc.whu r-.tl ::'-\' and (ritic.dt''s:: J Ui:lliI. ; -'1 i. >-.., rti .,\,\. oi J ;Jl'i h. i ing a 'CU1ItJgt'r'8 curt.it i i,1'1Cg years, unless exhibtcc: within: 4satike.

,;;jJI..l. l ti.'d: ?h l tkar I} 4.nll llne to liniV, v.-o si.all 1 I <'Ii- .Vt'!rcn_. _.oJ1. ,tt',_ ___ _ &. ,t\vi\-i\r.ftl..;. Kv th, Kr.>-,fr4. n.f.1,1.. .. ...rlueii t .
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r :' ,"Ah! ;uU,nut-ai,k not, .1 't'Po I i Sole Jleir and Ste .
. ,I:ot! -; Ur v. .1\. t. t'., c\nl tll-\ Lti far .is v, r ii vahh' "t'I. I ertiirttuco' and JjSgc.1 ;rssentaPerisaccla
" !'i ., IM ; ; iJrj \.('.f( .!1'1!..w, 1 JAHi.3 'Jo'-.JK, | : passed approved on -t> J'Mie Ib 'i-1C-t1/.
1 b 1'.. Iltrid: Jr-im the 1.1. 1 ]leiters and'J'. of Miivr.te.,. .1 i'lc.vde'K in tie United States, ,io : )7tt! 4Jfby 1823, to establish ac=\ n1, .:<"' -------- -. ..-- _
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,1I If". :,.., ,. 11' I will acid to liu-yiiji.yjiu'iH: t' as 111 j. i by j.jxiciuini :r"l fj'ske knewn, that i :;-r"s can, be and the saint renewed, i J- s1:1lNN'sPANAoEL
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< ) far that thus to Q
a iib'C: -'It. v. ill;l be Will .:t the fyw 'J' as the-scavenger cart
i1- Y.'lticii: trtistw1 o'er \"' \ as ho 'huppin; 'i-s> of ativ Un i subscriber discovered
with- f r-I llE te
..' J."h.4/m. tS't c: en incut .?1 : It'. r ii-s 'i :v..c cuiiUi Ihvir: i if.fliu'utc. i I :1 b"I\ '
I ir. th.s week instead i of.r.ir.z. celc&rJtiJPanccett
threr Composition
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iA city, times only, -
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.. ,' ttl\ .r:'! :Irp:, ;'ii-r ::: .il'st '11 Jll.S j
Rt O.o Vi'ho tu Uie or.hiii's; dl I) lh.j as tJiis" jounml 1 will. J !: -11 IlJ ca llt"Jt f fc r.',t, d'l.-I! eftit or daily, as required b" the ordinance I Irai now a supply on hand ft? j

Lll ",:h, sh-0r&tr! ,..!' .' ) itt the 1 teal 01- jovnnirrl. i\ ,:!i Lajr.l f MLa 11 0. fo 11)\\:! 'ic.j* d'atTibecltvjv.n ; I aforesaid.( I safe Ke Has reduced the price from j
f %p'.-1" l.. 1.t 3 And be it further Ord this 50 j to S2 jv the dozen 24.
t'.e.'iii: owrii; of ilve cdiiors ->hip i UIMI jJ':1ctd; unvii.v.pj n\ the 1 t"IH'h t cr by ,
., 11lli: :; ;s no l-e.j) .
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,! c: tiir.r.ct; oS laiui? tnie-1; to the Un.tcu btuces: ; present ordinav.ee: shall take eftect from I It1H' All charitable! institutions; in the 'JJIi
'U t- tbe'r. puirohs.iii JO -S; ssi i11 tn I t t"Ci.octa\C l..tiallOz: : lUth of thii wont! iiitil the lat day. ted, tates and the poor will be suppEcI
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,; /i'a"1r i!V ih.'t'\.J', f' \er ol-inttu-sl vraiih- October und that the shaH! .
. ,. Of myy i i.1 tt i/'d; *)JiginflL oJ..e 1,"sr;( (.i of next, May lit gratis.Ifthe; -
;i 4 -. I' illu-r in ih: .cahinrt, or Ult i I i 7t fit. t. Ail'CT.FrucYi -itr.icf by the n.oulhv.th the lowest 1 citizens cf the principal c cS2r.d
, p o'- .t.'t'nt I of the ona 1 to'0"m5hip! I hiddcr, and that the amount shaH! be paid towns will : orJettr
( is nation, !iu to (1H11- ajjpoir.t :II: ujjei-.t, tod&tribatrtins
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] :u..tstt \ i'..'k* t1u' i infi :,n .1''u,n us. il ''I Nos. Ft, 15.10, i'i; 17, ofran-eNo* : 4. Hilt ofany monies in the treasury not othcrw ; medicine to the pcftwH It

-.4 r'% I t! u, ,\hvc t\ ;ltlI lt., ) ,' ijr.meUiatejy from its J I 1-r, 15. lu, 6_ IT, / o. I I iae'apjiroprlated.K. ) be supjlif; lj
s 1 West vf the Jijeruittin Jjijf ths (! clnrJ H Nis.het This Medicine is celebrwied fr te
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:ju'oceffini I of&
I.: :" lit ..(I: '\ llISl'l t.I 'rtficint: HoardJune4th oJ'.1(' 4.1 cure of the tb1iovir.g( diseases ?-S. \
I ihe f ttaltrj ia Li' 4 I! -.s, aid sketch s cl tv.r tleli.ites, 1 'J owLs : IS'i: Approved, ct, King'scil:!. clctrjited 'or putnt i, ,-:'' ;

..; :...J l..l. /.I l.,, ", \ I I j ,, the most itr.poitanl ofiicialI I. Kb, 7, B, 9,10. fct 1g of m'rgc No. I''I i I1 ALTA, Mor tircatlnup! ; standing rheumatic fctlJCUtiU. '
L: I "lotA-lI1h.lur.: :.:, j i,I .u ni c.ati..ns, siiall! also he re- j I 7, S, y, and 10 2 i ;ec j3 d.Soav.s. \vhUe weiling' ai''
I, I 7, b, and 9 3 d scl es.f the bones and all cases
the wl "
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r "; ; en snort, flO t- 'ie \ \-ri 1"
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h.-.t .'. .t1 ;U'lCrnai Ea3 c/ tilt .tkri /.m Line ttfthe Cktictii.uNo. \ l.; rally oi'an u'ccroua chunxcter, and cttf '-
y4 sui'l! be onr.ttvd! oh the ofI
d.l'JIIl: ; jarl i 1JWnl. Has 1 lecetvttl per the last arrivals fromJuiudephiit ii-; diseats, generally arising in dcbilib-

i L 4 To tit : %: Ark,[ I .editors, to render tin- j.u J 11..1, 1! 1'0rshiflS Ilmi.\' .-( j'am:, ihsfo'- ted constitutions: but. more espew..

: bwrIu interesting and useful as posi- 7i,0, 10, 11, U, of r.ulg-t' Ni) 1 I lJ1t'il1gJ'csl. eupplyof U U OilS.wweries from;syphilis, or afit-ction arising.th

,-., .! .I ; The bids n-crvedvby Lw lortheof U"l' I -1 from, ulcers in the .larynx, vodes> Wnd -
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we purpose to b<' on all cc- .c'ldcHroli! thc "ico., WItCl; ,nii C '11I- I and excessive use of mercury

!.i .- -L- .id1L.1'c. ; : ioi s perfectly candid, ue think ': nee \\ th the lowest nuiitbet oi'seeuojzsijs Ili'is aiso; useful diseases ofthcHT! ;
f :trrels! superfine Cncitm3.ti'flouf, .. .
; t : gr.
ut. proper to stule, at his time, tu. :": :..,1. range, HI. 6 chests
I 4 cherts hyson skin tea, & "
Ie Ttdivvs C; !,. as it .rcspe* the different ji| r.. uhirnuiiieiicut: onicr. pin powder do,imported oth Apnl. I have, within the Just two yeirs f (

duy List, us a ; fJ'ln i ate. for the, Preside-niitl (. veii under ni} nuuiut the City.cfXVubhliii 1824., an opportunity /f sceirgseveral 'cases0*

; ::1: 11&1"t of lan"Bt'C. I .,., our cltoice ib decidedly id :>toil, this tifteenlli Jay of Jul> 5 barrels Inaf Sugar, "- very: inveteiute ulcers,, which: having&
Io2t modes.1ifeatir.ent
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A sisteU
previously tll e regular
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from her 100 boxes ale and cdcr
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vuy () of HEN11Y CLAY whost porter
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C I ; JAMS MONUOK.Jlv 12 were healed by the use of
to _.iljlifux' Hts and genius we respect* and the Tresldent: bairelscopperas. 8\\im's panacea, and 1 uo belidn', "CC

4k i 5j.ap'd, y' ;t ; j j (* claims to the high office to 1 I"rr.D.. GitAiiAM, ila.r'dwCll'c That t live setii: that it will Frot

:t tgurt.i she called: so many aiesaspirittg, we Ci>niin jJ soiicr. of the Gen. Land ofTiei : : important remedy i in scrofulas, vinerciiriii .

; ; 'i4 at U'l ( t'oz'e 4LitJ ;! 2G.. :.Lsees. _
; ; 1. endeavor to support ; but, at --, 1 ton American castings,

{ DVSIU.. LV.. A same time, .WUK that temper- CuiU. >ni Ubuse, 1'ensacoia, 1 do. English do. 1\. CHAPMAN, JIf'/|
: : Professor of the Jnctitrxcs and Pec&ti* I IPhysicin
a \Hlt. butcher, and courtesy which we think i JuIN11, 1821NOTICE 5 1 do sweJes iron, -

: : iI j I.. e GJ'' Birch, Cit [ to the character nut only} of !! 5? bundles sheet do. have employ.th: University eti' th f2eUf paceaSW:4IUI ;Q' '.i..

! i I ht't upon thc. CLAY, but to that of 1/is rivals To jlfcutcql fennels after round do. steel, I : in r.umerotiistates. ..'....1,1-t&ll-
j .2 10 nails
kegs assorted 3d 4d 6d 8d
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** This ) which.YI will ... Tartvr. IiAt.1IE . hst three and have 'alv.'ftY? tpltilH
1 youngvo .,-. are-. -sun--- ." K..> illfF -- 1" I tfl.1 n'" 1 years, .
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f I wu, i.u, aua.100'doz.
in '.
-:' ZiVv a j goofl I t -- aeeale; to ah, than 'thc ., Ctht-ctrlas fixed a lamp at th. knives and forks, extremely i efficacious, especially

-I: p ." damsel 'nothing' tibaidry and low scurrility corner of the. Cij&tonnHousevir.ch 2J do. Pen and pocket kratres, .ry syphilis aidiercrtadiea.-, ?;..

.t '1'J ,thi! obscrvalion, A I| some have indulge1. in jnll: be lighted every tveninj: ;, for the be*. 20 do. Padlocks, 11' ht-sitaticnjn value pronortc.ng it.C,
I' ;eHt of those who arrive after dark; to 6 Jo.coffee mills estimable. ,
J .t sation i ensued h j I t ilJg forward the claims of their I .IJ'I
- nable! them) to come up to. the propelanchorage. 10 do. .brass candlesticks] \v. GI BON, :)!_ ,
,, I pr .c )'ing of a li. f I n: tc can d i d a t e.; The princi The Light bears from the 10 (10, pocket books, ', '' 'I Profc63or.fSu in the' 'LTIU.

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t --I.. .: morning 10 the in the \whole of }political Ca- .jlTie tttvmGood depth! of watervll ary fran 7 to 6 6 do, Carolina hoeS, I JOHN SINN, C'' 1'
anchcrage will be louml o.
Ii i jt.mt of a very are precisely :ithose-we shall direct line tJi 1 box planes, '_ ,: .Philadejphis) : Feb. 17V lS23-131a:1-
in a Hum "light in 2 to
4 .
5 doz and Pe-
carpenter's hunm rs N. B.01" sal.at Smith
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York .
tllts.- \Vr are
I i. atter. advocates for fathoms. -19 if -
: 20 do. gin blet 1! corner of Third and Market St U
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ii- -. i ,- The foo!! Ulgr : &\' will conduce! 'tn the .pros- _. ,4g.. 6lo.- draw krjivds.I > -. __ : bfanwspaperl'r.ited -
Each pubUslier
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\: &8acola, -
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dote( < f the beaver: tj* and welfare iof the nation t ;4flg7t-ht--182.L "- boxes No.10 cbttori atdsr, ". i States is requested to p'ulP

,. : Friinklin's. n ;ithe leadihgi traits of Mr ''i.I. HE'Aveight(:( IC bitt leaf 6f bread 3 ,20,bigs shofj&vf ; '. advertisement qnce-a month tor.on \' 'S'

; ; to the shores of Y'S ,pdliiical) .life.,'have "been I r& will-h'e.: 36 ounces, dUring Jhe first i irria';- rvAl 4 C .f "V fvt T* ,and- send their: accounts for paym P .:

:; '1'1 cently published. seof deep attachriierU this ;15 day"\.of this 'month. / .: r 1 .Di I' 'I HE SUBSOil. JS.JI.. -

!- : -: "One day aJt ) and (tp 'Wh'atc'e.VGuJd --- T .- h. P.' A'1"a. ?: ... y\jGool18, ''fLqAS:,Heceivcd'6y receflt.aI'folcving ? .
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1 ,! ": -- sitlentJn ,tins ou its interest, and a, strong ... .. .'- ..- : Mayor. .* ,"i" i.1. dt..i.n *(!4IoI7!
.1 T ; 1 trunk.ftiie u'
BrogSns, -trill s ,.
( e ;' .beavers .$ to' advance, the cause'of: 11' :formbrtstocki. which he ? .'
,: : young; 'y- NO JIQE; .. .packages dty>gpods,;," O x
Ca'2z : .
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i "'" it leaping uj> t. ; m,, nd. "(otecf .and lup- TTtURlKG-' Iron .. lO"ro3.m.s fOrSC1Lp.ptPc ,. ', ;c i. ef,. j -- 'Vhis
'niyabsence. PQnsacoa rll
!. 4kQ11h.
i ;--. tree, pu sJ&)ii IP't' !),It'.., \ 'un1ab1erights: of man.; IflJF Mr? >,'. Iito0pn: gcnan: ",- iOdoettetdo.-- '. 0 F1o '
playing aytho : the co %eweshJ1. ; : ,4 bovool-hatT. I' a :. '100: \do. Ohio: :
& pursue, attoney-infact. > ; -' -Aso-adoz., : Lec.s..h.Eondon t .
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: 'He : f'rfi and the' ., ". ; 50 -pieces :9otcbI ..1
'trir. : :| nc4fJcB we i Jo.1ilkAugt ; ;
; : atp t- '*, '=. 11,. ALLEN jtJane ,1' !. i
0 'dc (overoft1ie bu I adVocate iiiuikve have [ 7th-2 2-t .! 0 r: i 15th, 1824. :f.:\ .. 11. '.

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