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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 21, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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VOL. T. PENSACOI.A, 8A.TU: AY.AUGUSr: 21, 1824. I.J No. 24. i
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-- I the Marshal, the first day of May, k seventh accord.inmto] such rules and regulations -
I'lTHUSMKU KVKUY SATl'RUAT.JYW. tin 'lishing them from the vacant ed [emIpanned],by ,
} HAS ELL HUNT, lots ti to be set apart as above described in the manne, caw .prescribed. and day of November, in each yearj, :*s| the a fdCorporationnjay R

JITOR 4NAPKOPRIETOR.. and hall transmit a --opy the Marshal* 'W>tl,e' purpose of shall be hereafter holden on the prescribe. ;,4v
p'IMislle. fl."the Lake oj the United State of such list to the Commissionerof designating sucVpUit jurors,shall 8th days of May and December in Sec 5. And be itjurlhrtenacltd,

Subscription; Five doli ITS a year il& ad- the Generel Land Office.. take the names of ill persons lia each }year, except where such days That in case of the death, resignation I

rdnre. Advertisements inscivea A i ui.e Sec. 4. And be farther enacted, ble to segve as juro's' from the list shall occur on Sunday, when the or inability to serve, of any ,
))lIlI.1r for every twelve lines or under for That the provisions of this act, made by the Sheri for the purpose terms of the saiu Courtshall commence Commissioner of Election, it shall
the first insl"11ion-cach subsequent insertion be lawful for the Mayor, or in case
of for the District and be holden on the next
aforesaid of the thirtieth drawing
1'iltj' Cents. and of the act I ) '
Court of the Sttte and such succeeding day. of his absence, or inability to per ,
Single:; papers f twelve and a half cents of June, one thousand eight ;
-- -, --.-- .. -- hundred and twelve, he, and the number of jurors sail be drawn Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, form that duty, for the Regtster a
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s ame are" hereby extended to the for each term of uo Court of the That the first session of the said of the Citto m ke.:n appointment, ',
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aK. village of Mine a Burton, and the United States' ,. or fd such portion" Circuit Court, after the passage of I in_writing. to"fill any. such vacancy. ,
the by this act, shall be' held 'on the which appointment snail be returned
.w right of filing their claims with of each term, as ourtmay
t.r.'A the Recorder. its rules, directovided, That eighth day of December, in the to' the Register, with the ,

1 II. CLAY, nothing'herein contined, shall be year eighteen hundred and twenty- relurn 'of such election.
the four. Sec. 6. And be further enacted, .
of
Speaker of the House Representatives.JOHN so construed as tq prevent
'"' GAILLAUD, Judge of any of the ;aid Courts of Sec. 3. And be further enacted, That proprietor or propri tars
liY AU'l IIOIU t'1. President! of the Senate, pro telnpore.1V'ashin the United States frim directing a That all process which may ha't'issued of lots which may be sold, under ;
ton, Approved 26th May, 1824. summoned which hereafter issue the provisions of this act, shall be ,
from
or
,
other may
of JAMBS MO UOE. jury to \>e any
to act Con-
An act supplementary an of !
District returnable to the next succeeding allowed the right redemption,
thirteenth of parish within the :
the day
;n-s!::>, 1 p..s-ic-d on
Janine thousand eight hundred and An act granting: to the Counties or Parishes whenever it may he necessary to terms, as heretofore established in the same manner, and accordingto
t\v I 1v ', el.ttkd "An act making fur of each State and Territory of the secure in imparlia. trial ; but shall be held returnable, and the like restrictions, contained -

titer peen isiun for settling the claims to United .S'ltttes, in which the public that, in ill such cases the names b,,' returned, to those terms to in the act to which this is .a
land in the territory of Missouri. Lands are fcUuatcd, the right of pre- supplement.
of the jury shall be also designated which they are severally changed
j'? H enacted the Senate and emptiotrttrquarter sections of land, for i Sec.7. And be it (urtherenacted '
I lot in the directed by this act.Washington )
by manner
+ of the sets of justice within the same.
house
Representatives
o That notice of the time and '
United States of America in CongrtA fie it enacted by the Senate and I by the I laws of',he state, for designating : Approved May 26th, 1824. public
of sale of real
*' of the jurors t> serve in the District place any property ,
aMsriublfJ* That it shall bt'tilt' House o Representatives \n act supplementary to the act "to incorporate chargeable with taxes, in Georgetown !
States of America in Congress Courts : dnd /rovided, also,
United
duty of the individual owners.or the inhabitants of the City otXViuiKinfyton or Alexandria, in nil caaca '
iufies be directed ," .uoo-J. .the Gf\ .c.nth ul' t
assembled Thai there be That special may p' -
claimants, of town or village for the{ trial o't any'particular May, one thousand l eight hundred and hereafter, shall be given, once in
the' several counties
I ?utM, and comn >n field lots in, ad- granted to or of the twenty, and for other purposes each week, for twelve successive
h and territory civil th consent
by
joiningr belonging to, the several parishes faf state cause lie it enacted by the Senate and weeks, in some one newspaper
towns or villages of Portage of the United States, wherethere' parties, but tOt iherwise. the United of said
Appivcd May 26, 1824. House of Representatives of printed ,in each place*,& in
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des Sioux, St. Chat-les. St. Louis, are public lands, at the minimum Washington, States of America in Congress the National' Imelligencerin \\ btth
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St. Fer.linaw1'!, Villa i Robert, Ca- price for which public : \n act making apropriations to carry assembled, That so muchof shall he stated the number of the

r ,ncleletSI. Genevieve, New Madrid lands of the United Slates are sold, into effect certat Indian Treaties.Be the act, entitled "An_act to incorporate lot or lots, or parts thereofintend- /*"

I New Bourbon, and Little Prairie the right of pre-emption to one it'enacted y time Senate and the inhabitants of the ed to be sold, amid the value of the

1\ in Missouri, and ihe village of quarter section of land, in each of House of 'Reprtentutives or the City of Washington, and to repeal assessment, and the amount of the
Arkansas in the territory of Ar- the counties or parishes, of said America in Con- t
r United States of all acts heretofore passed for that tuxes due and owing thereat
\ .la",bus, whose lots were confirmed states and territories, in trust for ere** ascmblcdf\\-Al\ the following PUI pose," passed :May fifteenth, Sec. 8. And.be it t'urtln r enacted 9
I by the act of Congress of the thirtieth said counties or pari )'H's respectively suns be, art the same are one thousand eight hundred and That, if befor the day of sale, advertised '

: of June, one thousand eigh*. for the establishment of seats hereby, approprated, that is to twenty, as is inconsistent; with the I as aforesaid, the owner,

hundred and twelve, entitled! An justice thereir : Provided. The I say : provisions of this act, be, and the his agent, or attorney, shall not
act making further provision for proceeds of the sale of each of said ito effect so much of all
For carrying : same is hereby, repealed.Sec. pay the amount saxes, with
settling the claims to land in the quarter sections shall be appru- of the fourth anile of the treaty 2. And be further enacted, costs thereon assessed, said lots,

territory of Missouri," on the erecting of the eighth Jitiuary, eighteen That public notice of the time and or so many as may be sufficient to
ground of inhabration, cultivation public buildings! in the countyor handrcd and twaity-one, betweenthe place of the sale ot all real properly discharge the same, shall be sold,

or possession, prior to the parish I for which if is located, United Stale: and the CreekNation for taxes due the Corporatiun for cash, and to the highest bid-
-e' twentieth day of December, one after deilurting! therefrom the amount as relate to the compensation of the City Washington, der paying therefor ; a certificate

thousand eight hundred and three, originally i i paid for the due to the ctizens of Georgia, shall be given in all cases hereafter horn the proper officer shall be

to j'1'ocerd, within eighteen same : And provided further, That by the Creek nation, the appropriation by advertisement, inserted in issued setting forth! that he is the
months after the of this the seat justice for said cou i- for that object
heretoforemadc -
passage I some newspaper published in the purchaser, and the amount paid
act, to designate their said lots, byproving ties or parishes, respectively, shall being cxhaisted, the sum of said City, once in each week, for by him ; and if at the expiration -
before the Recorder of be fixed previously to a sale of tht"adjoinln twenty-three,' thou and dollars ; at least twelve successive weeks, of twelve months from the day of
,sand titles for said state and territory ; lands within the county of the annuityto
rortne
I payment in which advertisement shall be sale, the owner shall not appear,
' the fact of such inhabitation, or parish fur which the same is lo- nation .
the Creek as provided slated the numherofthe square or and pay to the officer who sold the
cuitivdtion i j or possession i and the cated. : for the article of said treaty -
by same I squares, the number of the lot or same, the Mayor, or the purchaser -
I S 2. And be it further enacted
boundaries and of each ( c.
extent thousand
17 the sum of sixteen lots, (if the square has been divi- the amount of the purchase
claim, ? o as to enable the Surveyor That so much of such acts, heretofore dollars for fivt and
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annually, years the and
ded into lots) name or names money costs, and taxes ac-
General to distinguish the private passed, granting to Slates of thousand dollars
the
sum ten '
of the person persons to whom cruing subsequent to the sale, and
from the vacant lots, apP'I'tainiug rights of I pre-emption I for countyor annually: for six years thereafter ,.. the same may be assessed on the ten per centum interest per annum
to the said towns and village parish l purposes require said Fur of -
implements husbandry : books of the Corporation at the on the purchase money, it shall
,. seats justice t'> be continued at and stock of cattle and hogs, a free: time of such advertisement, the a- and may be lawful for a title, in I
Sec. 2. And be further enacted, I or near the centre of each of said ably TO the stipulation contained mount of the tax due on each fee simple; at the expiration ofsaid
1 hat, immediately after the expiration counties 01' parishes, be, and the the third article of the treaty'I
HI square or lot, the period for which time, to be made to the pur- k
of the said term allowed for same is hereby, repealed. with lie Florid Indians, of the l
the same shall be due and the aggregate chaser : Provided, That no sale of
proving such facts, it shall be the Washington, Approved May 26,111821: eighteenth September. eighteen amount of taxes due on all real estate shall be made, but

duty ol the Survexor General hundred and twenty-three, the sum assessed in where the of
A'i act to regulate the mode of practice real property the name owner or tenant the
within whose district! such lots lie, in the courts of the United States, for of six thousand dollars ; of,the same person or persons; but,I property has not sufficient personal -
to }proceed un1 'r ,the instructions the District of Louisiana. I For the payment of the annuityto where a whole square is assessedto estate out uf which to enforce a j

I 0.! the Commissioner of the General -' lie it enacted by the Senate alu{ the Florida Indians, as provided the same person or per- collection of the deb due, and

Land Office, to survey, designate House of Refirescnt'itivcs of the for by the third article of said sons, although divided into lots, i- where he has personal property, it

and set apart :a the. said United States' of America, in Congress Treatythe* sum of live thousand may be assessed and advertised as shall be lawful to collect said taxes -.

towns and villages, respectively, ass em hied, That the modeof dollars, annually, for twenty years ; if the same was not divided. Andno by distress and sale hereof.

so many of the said vacant town orvillage proceeding in civil causes in the For the x pen&eof rations to be sale of real property, for taxes, Sec. 9. And be it (urtherenacted, t 1.

lots, out lots, and common Courts of the United States, that furnished to said Indians, agreea- hereafter made, shall be impaired, That, on or before the first da of

field lots, for the support of schools now are, or hereafter may be, established bly to the filth article of said treaty or void, by reason of such property April,, next, and every five years
in the said towns and villages, re- in the state Louisiana, the sum of six r} -five thousand nut being assessed, or adverti thereafter, each of the corporation

ftptactivcl>> as the President of the shall be conformable to the laws seven hundred dollars ; sed, in the name or names of of Washington, Georgetown, and
United Slates shall not, before that the mode of in For fur -
directing practice compensation improvetitents the lawful owner or owners Alexandria, shall cause three respect .
time have reserved for military the District Courts of the said that be abandoned by
may thereof, provided- same shall I 36/e freeholders, resident m
purposes, and not exceeding onetwentieth state ; ProvidedThat the Judgeof said Indians, as provided for by be advertised as above directed, said city and towns, respectively,
part of the whole lands such CUUI of the United the fifth article of said the I'
any treaty or by reason of the amount of tax- being previously sworn to assess
included in the general survey of States alter the times limitedor _o1four thousand five hundred!
may sutra es due ttiereon not being correctly and value, and make return of all
such town or village, according allowed for different: proceedings I dollars ; slaved. and every species of property bylaw

to the provisions of the second sec- in the State Courts, and make! For. tnnsporta'ion of the different Sec. 3. And be further enacted, taxable, in said corporations ;
tion of the aSovementioned' act of by t'ulcsuch other provisions as tribes to the land assigned '
their
That, in all cases of sales of real : and, in making said valuations -
Congress,of, [and] also, to survey may he necessary to adapt, the said them by the said treaty, as provided property for taxes due the said they shall determine .it agreeably -
and designate, so soon after the laws of the for fifth article of the
proceedure to organization by the Corporation, where such sale shall to what they believe it to
passage of this act as may be. the of such Court of the United same, the sum of two thousand not have been made according tolaw be worth, in cash, at the time of

commons belonging to said towns States, and to avoid any discrepancy dollars ; I and void, it shall be lawful the!valuation. w

and villages, according to their i if any such should exist, between For the establishment of a for the said Corporation, on the Selc. 10. And be it further enacted,

respective claims and confirmations such state laws and the laws school and the support of a gun- application of the purchaser, or That, where any taxes have fallendu
under the said act of Congress of the Unite'1 t States.. smith for said Indians
as provided oilier person entitled under him, to ''and yet remain unpaid, orwhere
where the same ha.i not Sec. And be enacted : for the sixth article of said '
2. it further by tefund and pay !o such person or any real estate has been sold
been already done : Provided,That That petit jurors for the trial of all treaty, the sum of two thousanddollars ; persons, the amount paid by him by (the corporation of Georgetownor ,1

lots relinquished to the United causes, as well civil as criminal, annually) for twenty years; or them, on account of such pur- ['Alexandria, which sale, from any 1
States on account of damages done I shall be designated, summoned, For running the line of the land chase: and, also, the subsequenttaxes defect proceeding .relation i

them by the earthquakes, and inli.u and returned in the manner that assigned to said Indians as-provided accrued and paid on the said th( reto, has been declared, or is r

of which lands have been located now is directed by the laws of the for[in] the seventh article of property' and to re-assess the amount considered void, said corporation :.

elsewhere' shall neither [be] said state, with respect to jurors, said Treaty, the sum of five thou- of taxes so refunded, on miy proceed, and are hereby authorized ;-
so designated or set apart nor to serve in the District Courts of sand dollars. the property on which the same to collect said taxes by .t

taken into the estimate of the quantity the said state of Louisiana, and Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, shall have accrued, which.shall be sale1 of the real estate, liable, a- t

-,, to which any town or 'village that all the duties directed by such That the said sums be, and theyare collected in the manner as provi- gr eably to the provisions of thisac .

v is entitled. slate laws to be performed by the I hereby directed, to be paid out ded by law for the collection of' :, in relation to other vases of

Sec 3. And be further enacted, Sheriffs and Clerks, in relation toI I of any moneys in the treasury, not other taxes, at any time after the co lecting taxes hereafter to fall

That the Recorder shall issue a the designation, summoning, and : otherwise appropriated.Washington first day of January next, after the due : Provided, .That where any ;

certificate of confirmation for each returning, such jurors, shall be Approved May 26th, 1824 same shall be so reassessed.Sec. person, without notice of the. outstanding .

claim confirmed, and shall'receive I performed ty the Marshal of the T 4. And be it further enacted, taxes, has made a bona ;'
for the services required of him by United States and the Clerk: of the An act for altering the time of holding That it shall be lawful for the said i fie purchase from the Nlegal own-

his act, the sum of one'dollar for.! Court of the United States, in the the for the Circuit fourth Court Circuit: of the in the United Maryland States Corporation, where there shall be.,tel' of anyeal.. estate previous to

each lot so proved to have been District where such Court of the District. a number of lots assessed to the { e fifteenth day of Slay, one thou- :

Inhabited,cultivated, and possessed United States shall sit, and that Be it enacted by the ,Senate and same person or persons,to sell one 1 JsJndj: eIghthu _dr'ed'and twenty- ,.

to be paid by the respective. the petit jurors to: serve in such House of Representatives qj the or more, of such lots, for the taxes -I four, said real estate, so cquir. d,-

claimaMs ; and so soon asthe.satdterm Court of the United States, shall United States of America in Congress and expenses due on. the whole: sHalj not.be liable for the taxes due ..,

shall have expired, he shall be taken from the parish in which 'assembled, That: the terms an dalso, to provide for the sale. and owing previous to said purcljiase. 1:

wnish the Surveyor General with, said, Court holds its sessions, but,1 of the' ,Circuit..Court of the UuitedSta of any' part' of a lot, for the taxes ...

?been list.of the lots so proved to have thai the grand jurors may come es for the fourth Circuit in the 'and' 'expenses due on the said lot, ec.'1 1.-,And be,it further enacted, ..

c habited, cu luvatedor pos from any part of the District, and I,District.of'Maryland; which renpW or other lots assessed to the same TJhat all titles to property convey

eased)to serve as his guide in dis may be summoned and empanell- directed by law 'to be holdenon person as may appear-expedient,O.C I) as aforesaid,ou'sales for,taxe 1A
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fnadc in cihertfsa'id places, shall much of toP western boundary line redeem Iheir dofl This prison the purchase will prove auspicious pointment the Baron de Roy!p.

be by dee!1 from the mayor, under thereof, as lies south of the, 'Missouri says theD 'mo tic Press, has to the future prosperity of an institution in his place. .. '.

the seal of the corporation ; which river. this week been t$e in the night which is the pride and Grccct"-Lel ers from Greece,

;ti said conveyance shall be effectual, "Washington, May 20. 1E4, Approved. burst open, the cks destroyed, ornament of the country. convey the agreeable intelligcnct.,

l t ; in law, to convey the title, the requisition AN ACT ulak.z.b u.. ..rropriation tovaid aid the dogs rued out. A Great preparations are makingfor that the Turks,; who had eftected

C,4I: of this act -having1 been \ ; the extinguishment ot the Qua-. watch is .sc( UlOlit and if any the approaching examination, a landing in Candia and Negro,

.t complied with. l j paw lilies to Lands in the territory of: shall he arresieuUfmpting to wh:eh will commence on the first pont, were repulsed at the first
Arkansas.
t 1s Sec. 12. And be it furt/icrenactfdy 'h4.' tic it enacted by the Senate and break it open* thewill !be severely Monday in June, and contiiuj mentioned place, with gre ilt

1 That on any lot, or lots, or partof House of Kepretsentatives of thy ,J punished. On' Sairda/. last Mrs. three weeks -A. Y. ,Pafier.FOIliiKW.. slaughfer. The force of Uly se,

t L a loanable for taxes, as aforesaid United Slates America in Congre&s Brown was taken store the Mayor - at Negropont was considerable

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and it
I.. being sold, the amount over. mbled That on a charge; 0 aving resisted was fully expected that tljg
afisi a sum, not of
1 and above the tax, cost, and charges exceeding se\en thousand five' and assaulted: the) ag takers. She Pirates Cuptllred.-Capt. Allenof utmost extent the evil of thearrivaloftheTurkisli ,

1 due upon the sanie, shall he was fined one hUll 'd dollars. J Elizabeth arrived here loops: would
i. hundred dollars, be and the the sch. *
theowner It is d Charleston : be o prolong the resistance of that
to stat injhe
paid over, on application, same is hereby, appropriated, yesterday from Matanzas, states
fortress. The Turks
aid : that tf Hon. Judge are said
r to
Mercury,
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property.Sec his sailing
of' lo -
to be paid out that two days previous ,
any moneyin
have abandoned all idea
of
further enacted Janus has for invading .
it
: 13. And be, prepard publication.a received of two
.. > the 'I reasury, not otherwise appropriated accounts were
< the ilortatliis'summer.A
That, wherethe, payment of any Life of GeySumpter, with American vessels having, .
to ".uablr the President more I
4:, !br made! enforced ) additional itcs of Marion. i complete confirmation liag'
taxes shall or a- am-c been taken off the harbor, carried
of the United Slates to negotiate
: gainst any lei.ant, it shall! not In"la.w..1 The work is Im'fellt'd'jlh/ Original and tneir masts been received from Cape COdst, f'the
a treaty with the Quapaw Indians, to Seawapa Bay, defeat of the
for the of said Docuirctts and Illustrations, : English troops
owner pi 0- int lligence had ,
fir the extinguishment of tiwia.titie cut away-no
and
of
the destruction the
. made liable for the and with iteresting and concise officers
periy-so taxis, been received respecting the fate
to lands in the territory of Ar
by the A hart'l'S.
to recover (.f ihe tenant any r t kansas. History jf Carolina, from its of the crews-"New York" had '

hut the ., settlement the American revolution. Accounts from Galway, in Ireland
fur the !propertv :} : 'e Washington ApprovedMay 26,1824.DOMESTIC. t been seen on one of the sterns.

shall remain in his posession a lienS ,I., .....-....-.u.A-___ .. _......-.-..-....-- .-It ijdedicated by the au- ;: On the 10th instant near latanzas I'cprt'sfnt.theftstel11 part of

fur the debt, until such time as the :! thor to Gencjal Jackson. i! a Columbian schooner armed that country as in state of "frightful

shall have discharged $ .. .. -_ The last Jhiladelphia Nat. Gazette distre st"and that the con ililJQ
rent accruing I with one long gun, fell in with a
i From t!e East I'lOr2dijfe'a/f. ,
ofthecountrvassoalarmingthat
of the
the same; and ihe Said tejnant; contais a chapter fleet of pirates-the same that had
A meeting bus been held at ijen- of which tithe Wl'reUul ulitved
: s iail be milled to charge twentyfi new, travery Aovel, been committing the late d"-predations peasantry
sacola, to protest against c..t"in "starvation must be the inevitablyconsequence.
:
e per (centum against the landlord Messrs. Cay & Lea are printing fan -they consisted of two r.ma.l

on the amount .f the taXI'S assessments made by the County America) edition. The editor ; schooners and a felucca, which bya ." The typhus u-ver

Coui for the County Escambia. read of had: alsv set in, and several families
portion
enforces him hive a j
so p-ji.l or against svs.-ve the Colombian brought to
I
ruse
Is. Because reduced
they are excessive, bit to were to a scanty mor
1 except where htnay have been J the work, not enough pron'uncr action at close quarters, when after -

1 previous!)' in arrears f-u his ivnt.Sec. !I oppressive and un-.eccssary. upo its comparative exvvo a-desperate: action she succeeded sel once in tw rut-four' hours

I, 20. B.cause there are no county members of theSor.hty little was a total want of employ.nri'Tit. .
14. And be further enacted, cellence. in capturing the two schoohersthe
"
: gikvancts bui had better be been choSen .
; Ti.aUin; all C..Sl'S 'Jl' uny lIuisaur.'j of lends have felucca made her
borne than the paymuit of such characters J for the escape The Britsh Traveller of ht, 6th
11t.1e of the ; as prina pal
:2 aflVcting. opinion I ID".H'd with sweeps, and came into Matanzas. -
luavy I la.a-s. ; June states thai letters had been
the healthiness first volume.
HtMllh
: : when were taken
they up
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3d. Because the justices firming A curbus public dispute is waged received in town tnat morning by
of thc city Washington, or inhabitants and imprisoned by the authorities _
:' the Court, have no propertysu Tw.j of our : way Jamaica, confirming the iu-
contiguous thereto, ,I in this city. .sham .
x of the place, (supposed a )---
: which may txist on any lot belonging : 'j ji.t to taxes. Clergymn, the Utv, Mr. M'Cal- the pirates reported that the Colombians telligence, announced a fe\v days

t"> t4 e United Stales, it shall 4th. Because that territory divested I i la and thv Rev. yjbner Kneeland, shot eight oftluim after pievious in the Count r, that Bolivar !-

-' ofaiaie. rig.us, ought not I been for son days debating, | and Canterac had united their
; be lawful to have the same lemovcd have had SUIT mlered! and had. ascertained -
to pay greater taxes than is palO audience in they armies and declared Peru iude-
,
: i in the same manner, and underthi' before a numerous their characters. au .

hum1 rules and regulations, by ih > :>iu.tfK. I the Unncrsal/si's; Church in Halt. American, July 28. pendent state.1Ie1ancho1y. ,. -
: 5th. Because representation and Lombal'd- the whether Sh iwrcck.The.brig -
tret point
thut t usanceson private properlyare \ From Algiers.---Captain Rich
re-imivcd and Ile ofsue.i laxal t,11 are held lUSt parable.And a par of thq human race will Jesse, which sailed fr nx
4; ; expense; arrived a* Boston, from Sm} rna
4 lemovalor correction shall} } the meeting ad\ise resistance be eternally danned _or the whole 29. Three Rivers, Priisce Edwards ls-2
Malta _
May
which we do not consider to was at hi ml the 26th Dec. last boundor
modera-
Three on
.
: be dlrayed out of any moneys in ultimately save Buiish frigatearrived
On the 26th, a
be founded in. reason, and is a badprecl.dt..llt."C luve been chosen Liverpool, with all the
,
1 the iiands of the city commission lOIS judgrs from {>fl' Algiers, the commander pas-

cr, lor the sale: of: the public property alt o\\e obeuience who sit behind e[ch ofthe contend- of which informed that the senders and crew, 26 in number

: to the laws, and an open opposition divines his was cast on St. Paul's Island
-
: ,' in sjicl city ing as p urges opinion be bombarded 5 days away *
lo
., ; to iheni lo<.ks very much like favourite place was North in Cat Breton
26 182-I.
his
\\ asluiujtou : '\PIro'cdb) according t explanation If there was no adjustment. : opposite Cape
after he sailed,
lThdli'JI1ainst the slate. It thea&sessnu i
I of that
:h of thaexts ofscl'irtul'e.Tne on the 27't'l month ji4
Idem.'i )
,. % -. ..A.S.T granting cirtam lots of ground 'hits arc excessive, oppressive well-knov and Rev. Wit Advertiser every onton board perished. Eleven -',

"' : to iiu- rj-orutuii ot tate cay' of viobiit-, and unnecessary, it is slilintucii iam Hogan i is of the judgesl! he New lot I k Mercantile dead bodies were discovered \

: } milt 10 ct-r.iiii iniiividinils Ut saui ciU.ff '. oje states that a great scnsa-*
better than
lieu
I lo pa\ in the Island
fionj who tent
We learn gentlemen a on supposed
/ it enuctcd by liic Senate and Itt lion exists in that city in consequence -
::1'< 4 i ke an unlawful resistance.I have entered church for a to have perished! from coU arid

* c }$vit* (' vf I tpie, enttitivta of the is ail Itt vain to oppose County short timelhat tIe disputants seen of the accounts, given below sta.r\.atiun.5 '.ht"J e appealed

Unnttt biti'fn (Jf Amtrtca in Congnni of the of the schooner -
capture
, :
, '; Certain expenditures are
taxes. of their lived
moderators ha\ing oueach.
i and the signs
intensely earned
; &'.,. uvit'inbttd, Tlial all the rig-it necessary, and assinsnunis tii.deby Steno- : Mercator by pirat s. The} anxiety other. '

ami l.aaUai of the United States to : profoundlytttenti\e.] : of the friends of the crew is
& tie; county court is not a viuia- i From the J\'. Y. Advertiser
it is ajded employed Daily
apliers, are *
g that
and ascertained
the lots known as the Hospital extreme, and it
4 '; : lion of ilie principle of taxation in taking dov the arguments, On the )15h of June, Sir Jutues
insuredin
_ Bukc lIuljslots, containing a )(Jut *' upwards of $50,000 were
: But with
and
:: rejircvcntation.
Mackintosh the
the be to
order reported.A presented
in that
.
: three-fourths of an acre of land}, ) may that city on the cargo.
territorial incline
taxes we -
1'1 spect to : at. Gazette. House Commons the petition or
in tne city of Mohile, in the stal' Extract or a Itlter dated Havana.
that there
to the opinion TIlt Therjloginl combat* at Philadelphia Merchants of the city of Lon-
of Alabama; and also a 1 Itlw right July 10.
; should be none and no territorialc'xpciiditurt' '
d'jndon] in traoe with
Presbyterian engaged
. &. claim of UK U.S.dUs .o all the betweei a \Ve avail ourselves of the brig *
44 but the United _
wnat minister the South America th! of-
Universalist ,
and on ,
1-I I prayer
_i1i lot a not sold I I or coiiiirmed to individuals should authorize! and Eliza, to iniorm you that the
States
pa\ which that the lit would
; whtther"the punishment
4\\ question I was, Uae
'. i either by this(Jl'm former schooner \11t'I'catoI9, Allen, was
: thvii should
Each :ueei
county wicked will be take
of lsoiuteIy'ternal
the tlje to
I necessarj steps recognize -
J ,:l c and to which no equitable 1 lltl whicH captured this: side Mata.zas on
! ) its
own expenditures, "
? commenced on Tuesday the independence ol those
. J exists, in fator oi'aii) individual i thi 3d inst by a piratical sharplurttops.iI
:, : should be col1Jlnic.allmalh-.-
: t morning, and was concluded onL"riday pars of South America which
and coj.duct
al I under this or other ..ct, between schooner,
!:. ) any culd be
The coutt vcr
: ; county ) evening. The disputation have actually achieved their inde
n..i: ;; lIi h-watl'r mark and tHe I dispensed with ed to Jagua La Grande, to Nvind-
conveniiiitW so
1 about six hours of each He concluded
I Tl*
: 4 occupied: Mr. Jose pendence. by moving
r ': l channel of; the river and% between ward of iatanzas, where -
I far lelales to Cl vii ana criminal -
as the parties speaking alternately i that the petition be laid the_
day, on
.
, .}' Church street and North Boundary the counle l\' allU. I Rey, a pass* nger, was j .n
jurisdiction, and so half an hour at a time. The Sable. His speech was long and
,? \ f siieet, in from of the vaid city, vies beinateijaly. k Sl'nl'd. set on short, after bring bound and .
'church was generally veil filled laboured, laKing a compichensiveview
'' be and the are hei I't"j't'S' \ hoisted by the Neck to extoit information -
\ : same: But if the people will madly insist -
with spectators, some of whom applauded ot: the uation: of the South
t $ ed in ihe Major and Aldermenof if t..ere was i.ony on
it upon suie hts-upoll re- hissed as they American State, and the
or just importance
of
the
: : the: said) city f Mobil-,) for t e. and taxation board. He gives no account
.j pri'sentatios) go- liked the doctrine and the arguments to Great Britain to acknowledge -
confined
,
time in lug and their successors crew a'inut't.u ( L' 3 days t
,
J r :1i4 t \ernm nt, we dare say, svill extend of the speaker 1 Tluseiis- l them fu-o and independent -
t'l; in offic*', Ear the sule use aol( benefit with alone in the cabin, from whence as.
this a firwiso.Pay -
indulgence,
.f1 .-utants have not been able to make sovereignties.Mr. .
'.1 01 the said city forever. he was set in u boat by four arnwumen
your governor B25UO-plur no hair black or white ; and our Canning replietV and -
the beach. appeared
enacted
;r Sec. 2. And be itfurtliei aid put ashore on
secretary SI500dollars; ) OurCiiu- is that such exhibitions admit of
the
, cii: 1 giSOo, and other incidental*- the
' .! night to be discountenanced by material 1 statement made by Sir
' of of.V' have sentyou
t UniteU Stales the heard
; t to so many has lie. n
: pendiiures, to the amount of 4 01- ublic, tending to bring religion James, Thc ordered
as petition was
: a'ituf\Valt'rsu'eet takt .
u.I
\ :, lot* ground, his dcposiiion, lawfully
" ... Church 5000 more. i itself into disrepute.JV. that to lie. upon the table:, Sc to Le print.
ami between: street anu I There was a rumour to day '
. 4 It is said that the territory is Y. Statesman. ed.i'l'he '
.. I;, North tiiiuiidary street, now the Mercatur was retaken by a' U. j
'I: .'1 Then they should pay coun- ..1IILIT..IRrlC.1DE.ur.
" poor editor of the Couriermakes
' ':0 k own as Water Lois, as are situated S. schooner, but there is no foundation .
!, ty taxes if they are not unreasonable. The public will be gratified to the following remarks on .
between the channel of the this :
'l' for
-.' The taxes Escambia county learn, that the iridley Farm, as report.Id. this .
rixer ami the front of the lots, July 29/A. .I subjectUpon .
are estimated at S 1200. This it .t is called, in the vicinity of the I the whole the communication ,
known ulldt'tthe 21.Cottn.Ihuugh ,
Spanish -
government Liverjlool1J.farkrts, une
) appears, is excessive, and we ate \Vilitary Academy at West Point, of Mr. full
Canning was as
as Waier Lots, in the said we hive experienced -
e unable to discover what possible has at length been purchased by
_J* city of Mobile, whereon improvements fair demand from and as satisfactory i.i-c iiTd"e
\.xpt'ndi..ture.could swallow up lhis the United States, for S 10,000, the a very under It
have been made, be, and the trade the transactions have existing circumstanceSj
amount, but thing with'm reason ) Congress ,
any amount appropriated y
in the be reduced to the following
are hen'uy'cstcd may

'r the'same I been augmented by some speculative -
to pa-pay without murmuring at the present session. Possessionwas \

several proprietors and occupants for assuredly it will all return to be taken in May, when contracts! in Boweds, amoum- heads

t j: ; of each of the lots heretofore fronting been I ing to about 1500 bags, to which 1. That his Majesty's Government -
to you again. the house which has occupied
the river Mobile, except for is no I longer bound, in. oosic1cring *
on American
500
: adding exportmake
uf
The Council Pensacola the
City as a tavern, to prejudice

t 4.4 ; in pasis where such proprietor or have ordained that Lawy rs, Physicians and injury of the accademy, will the aggregate sales for the wait the for question communication of recognition -
his i.o -
! .. occupant has alienated rightui and holdin civil The week, including those by auction, any
converted into
,1 persons ;: he a Hospital.
vith but that it is
.. .
u Spain,
i tatiy such lot, now designated asa }
12,523 bags mostly'at previous
,
appoinlments; under the General house stands in an eligible iituali I
( wholly fire to act on a view of its
lot the
Spanish
water or in instances
government though some
bank rates,
and Territorial Governments, exc.ptNotaries m, immediately upon the iiterest. *
has made a new grun;, or American have been sold rather own I
Justices of free air andan
and the of the Hudson, with a
order of for ihe same, during transactions 2. That the Government will
survey The private:
lower.
t Peace, shall pay a tax of ten dollars. extensive view of the river and
p; the time, at wnich they hail the consist of 4343 Boweds, at 7 7-8 to consiier the;question of each State
So far as relates to the oili- mountains. It is sufficiently remote -
'
:
: to the same ; in whichcase : 1-8 to 9 separatelyand not South America
: 3 grant 715 Tenncsseesbcc. ,
power
of 9i,
cers of the two governments the from the noise and bustle I.
the. right & claim of ties United Orleans, 8 to 10k; 321 Sea Islands en masse.
1v law i is unconstitutional! 1. :.anclthe tax the parade, to conduce to the quiet 906
he and is 3. i hat. Ministers have taken
s Stales stall hereby,
:! 16Id. i
: 13
to
canno: legally be collected; and and comfort of the sick, for ,
vested in the to who.u such means to inform themselves of the
Post.
l1: ; person : unless the lawyers and physicians whose accommodation intend Prom the JV. Y. Evening '

alienation, grant, or order of survey I Diamond Capt.lac actual condition of the respective
The ,
4 I have become 71-usances, we d.iubt ed. ship )
. was made or lit his If gal representatives this from Liverpool Gov rnn1entsbut! that no infor-
I very much the authority of the The purchase includes Fort arrived at port
: Provided, That I I matipn on the subject has yel'reached '
: i council to levy a discriminating Putnam which is our ot the finest bringing us London paiitrsofthe JI :
lI nothing in this act contained shall twentieth and Liverpool of them.
tax them. ruins in the and ought
upon country
afltct tin claim : 4. That Government
: be ctmstruid to his Majesty's
to be preserved in its .ent state, the 22d June.Petitions
t if such there be of pr will adhere to the
or claims, uny A Cornmiueeofthe Citizens of as a memorial revolutionary e- had been presented in steadfastly
ir individual or individuals, or of declarations it has made on this
any of trom ,
New York, appointed two years ago vents and as adding much to thepicturl'sCIUe both houses parliament
;; body politic or corporate.VYkbhiugton subject, and which are before Par-
any to devise measures for erectingan scenery of West Point. the Dissenters against the Test t ,
: A1P'd,May 26, 1824. I.'t .
I; equestrian blatue to General I lit can lie, but of little use either and Corporation oaths. That in rLastly. :'
AN ACT to compii'lr$ the tiUI''Cof the That it has'a secantI
: b Southern and Wc&lern boundary of the : Washington; have teporled that !ifor cultivation, or for military the house Commons was signedby ; time refused' the ul'gent'enirl'atyo(

I state .Missouri.. j tan equestrian statue in bronze, of works; and we understand it is the 10,000 individuals.The .
t Congress
become to :
he it enacted by the Senate and colossal size, muy be erected and determination of the officers of the bill .to repeal the act for Spain to a party '

et ffouse; ot Hfpresentatives of 'the : completed for the sum .ot' $40,000.1; Academy; to preven further di- preventing artizans leaving the for consideiing this ques:

r United States America in Congress > It is Dtoposed to raise the sum I by lapid ations. country, was read a third time tion.We than

fr assembled, That the sum of j I subscription among the citizens The purchase of the Grldtey and passed in the House ot Lords.I this could do not have see been how said more, in.. the

fir" l'U hundred dollars, to he paid generally.The Farm 'extends the jurisdiction I Parliament was, to.be, prorogued that which

out ufuny money in the .Fiertsury, municipal; officers of,Philadelphia the United States over all .the plain on the 24th June, but it was uo absence.of information Commissioners
: the i i of the
p not utile wise appropriated, and to arr engaged in arrestingand i[embru.ctd'by the amphitheatre ol known whether his.'l\1ajrstv' would enquiries' be supply. .\*

1. bf applied( under the direction of imprisoning all the dogs found {mountains, on the vest side of the do,it in person or by commis may ( expected manifest incongruity
would be
I ,the Secretary the Treasury be, running in,the streets of that city' ,river at/ ttus'.plaet, and will. ,all sion. a. for the

; 4 and, the same is hereby appropriated -; j I ('ontrary law The dogs: r.rest., respects 'conduce to the interest A _Paris paper of the 16th June to stand'out; Commissioners arid then to

L_/ J' to complete the payment ',for rd ar'" put 'into a* prison built for:'J 1 and convenience of the Academy.o announces tie removal of :M. purpose actwithout ofen'luiuYf.: waiting for 'their .ref'

--1' surveying the southern. : boundaryline I the purpose Where those who: desire .- Although most' of the land ie Hyde deNeuvihle. from the post ol' "

'? of the state Missouri, aud so it may fpr five dollars a piece:'I rugged:aud of little intrinsic value; ,ambassador Lisbon, and theap- ports.. : : -

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-- -. Gosernorer Cass recommends giving the preventing> misrepreentatloiii and r al ndn, without promoting the ojgn'.fy i After which the following vottintdct

ff.'--. n. ("rJ' 'r.l \ I pow to the people of electing; Ct all I contributing tray ire towards ::and true interest of the territory. Will ;.was offered and drank.

HJ'j.a.! !.) ,_ __.9_ 1 township :mdcutPoration.nd, many county r, you be so obliging as to give.me your opinion | Afoul sailing vessel, a fair wind and d

--- AtHUs ,1, I24.5J 1 -officers" and to hire, to the council 'a pulling down. .and bringing into upon this subject ? Q \,rood..Vavi.rator, to carry trooa time co.iti-

".."'"'J) r\Y, District in reply toypllut'this : in the appointment of meriitd contempt the svstcm of With sentiments of the highest respect, t'I Went of North and South America who .
participation others
I 1 I have the honor Sir to be do in '
not
,
I reality the
1:11: possess ,
principles
11.t'f p nl 1 -'it'.n our last, has handed 1 that power bciitg-now vested in theexecutive !bullying and Pinto 1 ring, which is Your friend & most,ob't servC 'of Liberty. pure

I td/rrc the.p communication, which we pub4 4 alone. He also recommends too rapidly becomiig the substilute WILLIAM SEBREE. ".. '..,

t("'IS column in it cur 1 1J to jurisdiction to the courts for in- ', -
\ a yiccrcding ; grant for virtue, tale its and truth, Marshal, W. F. SELECT TOASTS.
.n
I a \\.ill, find one of the most forcibleon 4 4fCI' qn.ries into the alledged! misconduct pf We take great p1 asure' in .noticing Hon..H.'M. Brackenridge, Given at IVbrcettcri i1fa" .

rC;& the satiation of our ter- public officers, &; for their removal in certain r
1 the e//ing.-\ vandal
,1111'('lIt 11c "s; this commencjmcnt- of a reform Judge of Superior CattrtY.. F.Pensacola .custom
'<< Un' t Or rather our total want 1 cases, and to grant to the Courts thepower which redo es brave':
tri J r men to a ICY
rot'tf ) thai could have been made, 1 to remove their clerks., The expediency .'j in public opi on, and in being el with cowards ancl'both I'
.
lev
tI't\SI\ I Au?. 10th, 1824. to a
tf A: Nc f:..,r that this is only a beginningyliJlCS. 1 of passing a law providing that able to say tha,the above is DR. SIR-I find myself much embar- with high' afrmen. ," _

.no.t our J persons committing ofirncesattectinglifePrnPerty not the only instance of a refusal ressed in replying to your letter of this Old Bachelors and [Old ?Maid...*

)lamentable state we are now and in Canada and fleeint chalienlc\ date, belkuse of the novelty of the gab Cyphers the '
111' t a : Upper to accept a which has at wrong endof the .
an lunds to pa>' magistrates, shall be surrendered ject, and because it seems to require a sum add : .
lliout } ] ; to Michigan: nothing. .
I occurred andlwill conclude
1i1 It lately, \ judicial j opinion trom me, when such an opinion v
"?";;...hi.:t',J h rOI"J-aih>rs ur'ltnc N"S ,111 1 the authorities of that province, on proper our remarks with the would only be proper in a matter Given at'' Bostoht: \;
expression '
mina I jitxisccniions, and the 1 Unitedrheretojore :requisition, and in case a' reciprocal J arrangement | submitted to me in a regular way for judi. The Fourth of July-1 1116-The "

rnily I 1Ial n. refuse to coin- ,' i U made ; is submitted for the of oui sincere bope, that the resortto cial decision. On mature consideration day of bold hearts ,and ready

''.;!>;. ibias: ( *-ioliaie! spent. tlieir tuncI I consideration: of the Council. bullying and 1tistolrering'will however, and under the peculiar circumstances hands-when a newl' charter was "

F: Itont:.) in ',/uil.c el'\'ic's ot t I liS HCItCI"Pto A particular: attention is requested to in future be less frequent, and comply of with the case, I have determined to given to the new world-and man
your request.
t.tniu..'rruuh na'israts. ma) be induct d to 0- education, and on this important subject the loss of man lives valiable to I am clearly opinion that the_ Marshalis the monarch shrunk before the

(m'ICiICS 01 the laws, bicause, ifo we extract the follo'vmg excellent remarks not bound to maintain the prisoners at monarch man.
t t the nation as well as to Heir> families -
U.t') t.> ir.tu an e.viiiiiuiiu/ii and commitiKvci which are applicable as well to his own expense. It has been usual in Boston Folks, full of notions- '
can be brought to be thereby prevenf'd. States and Territories, to provide for ,the
4.itlt! .tt J.:" thcy this territory as to Michigan.; "A practical they have always a notion of!theta* .
-- allow
prisoners
support or to
their a compensation
to
it oilcnces.
t'St'Cf "Uti come and well digested system, which: should ty-they had notion .
COM, UJNICd 1'111. .."4. ,to the Marshal, and if no provision a to resist
that '
i' such: a manner they r
).|il** J b e .n extend to all the advantages of education, has been<< made by the Legislative" oppression-one of their best no-

u.Auttto notice them, the cruiin.is.t'r would be of intimablc'alue this Council was a oversigux4lt lions is
I to For the I'ensacola Caette. great is to assist unfortunate_

(...,,1 ,. itunv .ia prison or justice 'j I young und growlI1gconmltnity.; A more i .. [r. Editor.-In the last Gazete an enquiry not to be
ru: ;: a II I'I(:k /.!' I In- tacir being turned acceptable service could nut be rendered I is made by one of'ourcoa-cspoud- win pay all cu'mty or terr.torial expenses} fore thraldo'n.
exulting in lacir cats, why the Marshal of the Dstnct of it has not been done elsewhere, and it isnot
yuCil'tt', niipum-
).I ('cllocitlZelli And more equitable TIle
I lJlI": to our no
West Florida, has discharged fron pnson probable that it ever will be done.- C'erKYlay they not on .

t.' aut Maur'I or txxcan be levied in any country, persons charged with offences'agrllnst the It was therefore the duty of tile territory ly point, but lead the way to Hea '

s .,1)C jiumi, 1 the<< than one whose application is directed laws of Territory ? In reply to this to lay a tax for this purpose. ven.

e. J' .'< ..".'.t.ctbcins Wait! by government.j preparing its citizens appreciating question I have to request you to publishthe There be ng no pro\'jsi for the sup- Counsello rR at Law,-A t 4

.\.tllt's c.too, utter having- subjoined correspo.idencCr.-V The port ut'the prisoners, 1 am of opinion that sponge,
ir>i!>aiK. : preserving the blessings of self government. 'h at absorbs the flr,
of the has"decided you are not required to them at uting capital
,icU oal courK lei'in alter tenn' in the comptroller treasury support .
: ;
Ui. that expenses ,of this kind will mt be your own expense, and that b '.n., committed f litigious clients, Sc dries up the r
d
I .KM.bviAi.ttl.itiOa, of being pa some A Provision for Paupers is recommended paid by the United States<< ; and Congress for sate custody, all that can be our c Es from tv1It! 'nr.<' : .

k.M. or uiu 1'. are uotired out. and deter- and a definition nfwno arc the proper having made 110 )trovisiou on the subject, expected of you is lo keep them as safely "q..

r.. I Ill, ," a.tiiid no InU..-., *o thai at the subjects ol such a bounty. It is also recomme.ided and the probability is that they will{ not,. as is, consistent With the feelings of hu A i

",,, .rcaClila ttr/t.s.t the south, we arc to abolish the Territorial tile Marshal, therefore, cannot of his private manity. lather than sutler them to perish J.IlI: I '::13

...I. to :.ce judges reA-iy to hear canes licenses funds support the criminal jroaecution of hunger; you will be jus.iliabie m -- --
j. I' duties
Treasury and to reduce lice on ofthefcrr1turl. No oliice has turning tucin out of}pnson, but if it be PllT 1y
!..,\. jjreparid to plead them is retained OF PK r '',1CI J.
ble
i w and that whatever may ever yet jcen reqUired, inder the laW s: pus' to secure lhetrbudiessuas to answer ,,

v.t,ii-ul jun.is to li".d verdiClior: witness be n-taihed as a county tax, and paid i into ci any country on catch, lo pciform du- the accusations against:: tnem you ENTERlu. c.

c.. I.) i.\Ai..ijie: in cases in which the U. the treasuries of the counties ; and mar..' tics, an S:IjpUlt criminals vrititout c*>iaptusuuon XVOIlld he pi-H'tTtly juvtitiutale in jiuruuiUjj 16th. )

,<.ct..c+ vi f d',1tUS") ol ..'.1J1'a&l.arc concern- noticed in the or ;indemnity ; &,f Florida be any course:: whichould not be oppressive Aug. -Sc.'i. Amelia, Reilly -
other public m asUJ<<:s are I
that from unskillful or cruel, towards: cue prisoners, for New Orleans '
.. be untortunatclvin Sltuat.UI Cargo, 36 bbls.!
c;1. In 1t.! '* slate ot thuibsistt! to wonciii.Ct.a -
.. .t' speech of Uovernor (;ass. : lc iaion, and shoris, hted policy the purpose: of keeping them III custody, flour, 10 bbis. whiskey 65
... .. .tt the lairs hills
u: 4.t ata1h- and
&.t the
ai time for
,"' \\ c have occupied more space than we they cannot impose a du.T: so Qiurui, same PI'u\dmg tacl' corn, 100 Ibs. bacon to R Lewis'
\ 1'\. irr.ciuv. .>l'CUI'lJ.. Unless tais { of the 1 U. subsuieuce.'hey: oagnt not to ue suffered r
hue and
iud: intended on th.s: subject: bil we op rx;s.xe: upo.i a.i ouiper 10 bbls 1
c-:. L UU:...l..*., uc may expect tit much the plum ;atat: .s ? .,..1'lie laxv uuinonjng a CoumyL'ourl to escape, uiid at tne ou.ue time, IIK:: pork to Danl. E. Burch, 2 I
been pleasedvjih : simplemanner Is.
: to oe suffered ) ) sU ar, 1 bbl.
not to
; ; !' tolex. atts.lrstbliaLstiicuuiecls ug.l parish ot huugcr. cordial, 3 bbls. _

out-a.t41)L-i..1.irlti in winch the attention of the Legibiauxxi *- ._,f : tie u lav, xvmch! are eiclusivcly loio'ini The caac is one, in xv incn you mo} :n,>hbbes, I keg wine, 1 keg tobacco .

: Council of Michigan is called, oyine (, \ \ auinot'1'errturiai :iiurjioses, anu ufuly act acconl.ng to the best of your 1 keg' lard, 600 lbs.
tt 11'.;lJn noiuciurler, that iis- bacon 3
o .j
.
.
if
LoCl'ltlJl', o.nea.sures of vital importance Cannot oy any cursed coiiaUact.onto ap.I) j 61UCI.t, ana you act with good mteaiioas reams to the

s.t ", a4tuh.iia! :\It)Cl.C and murder to the }projpenty of'the rerntorx) the support ana sate keying ot cnm.iiuis .- taere. is no daii0er or injurious rejection 1'assrn p erg.per La 1 lta In.-17 .

v 1 IK t'HI} tl.tccunencis: in Gill' ci. juiudii.iK hAs specoli well xvoithy an at- ; ami .:\'e:1llIS Ia\V f> l1IPfJttllt, a or rcsoaMoiiuX: .

i\, : Iii i, terx Lhtaibsi:: prcMie to detenii IlIl'rfJ tit: se, from not Nato; IdapU 1 am. sincerely /ours &c. CLE \REQ.

I icntn'e perusal. pllaHOl' mucie cXi. S 11. .M. Udajor K litl11UE.o Aug 161.1.. -Sen. Victoire "
}I.01:1. "II.I..s }I'l'ojjLiU tioiii' the av:>ar.ji. ; ny prov.ionlor: Fernandez _
-I r
( 11'IIch t.ie citizen n.-;;'lects or rda cs. Scbrce. Xinv-Orleans. c *
st uir .b'icw i Tluse arc diaa'et, : The Editor of tilt Last Florida IIcraMis ar0,6000incks t
hl\'': 111 :i schedule uC iu:>> l'opcrt\--l1'" : and )
:.!-.c tac.y, bat till 1 \\ .clbe has: entered and 'I 24 deer-skins, by M. .
:informed, thai xve published no paperon stun Was been raised in tilt sount}- lue CO
:i 0; sluii liascuii.ienced .\ h'ch ..; calc* Oil Monday the oia ot July a number =\itant.: _
) tie z Jlii of June, and that we have: ul-I teiT.tor.ai poll Ux, (xvhiCii is file OH)

LHV.U I') j p\-\'CI.I lilt: jMi..siairnt! of ci.nn- W'aS ix uiaily mailed one ot each 01* our one) und vx inch has uee.i toinauyteiA UIJ'l1.l-- I I of gentlemen from dupoia, assenibled at, III u.-Sloop Industry, Philib -
; Inc noose:: of \\'uhcu)1.. juotun lrq. oatneUa
u.,]h, tturiis: j iu saving: wh 're it \\ ill stop, to (/onr:, \'.sKDii tneil approbationoataiiKd l.t, New-Orleans.
utimlJeJ"s ihrecteu to his japer ; any one ) of :,A.idrews, to ceiebrate tae
)on iiuiviuu it
ol
:
a
.a"II Jth ljiitjua c ('ail be too to Us impose.- 11L ARRIVED.
J strong t'a inch, lie lion not t ceiied teat ue pronipt- p.rt.sit.trac ct", a111L'yl'r5a1'Ut' A.luncan Indjpcaacace.I'lii .
ii 11' rl to :t. These ; cull loiidh iuintur.stinatSCents<< Aug16t h.-.,ch. E.
things
e : tuilovnny; lust were drsl.S oiv tnt !en-zer
!
received.
c le-senl on notice wnicii, II.lllllallul1l11. << >V csl: 1 1-n'ida, aniOiiiits : ,
ill' UK- iiik-nctilioii ol .;cca.UIl ric, 't. Marks Ballast.
both our terrilor.a: 1 : ,
o to J tatr, and 110 p:iaon Call be
s.'.u, :,ccru gGtcI:ICelits, and we tnisttl.ev to The remarks of Inc East Florida III r ouiaiiieuvjio \\ouia COlleCt it m raft 1. :J/W4/A of July 176- I'ae sacred U. S. Transport Sch. Flprida, .

} aril not, "leave it any longer unnulictil I aid in ansuer to the article signed COKe, county, tonne v/nolc amoanv Z xvc iiaxe day oa Lives waica our lurid_..'els pledged: Baker, put back, having sailed for .
1 1' r7' .'Iilt1.Hut cent their torts Fortunes, :toll taeir sa-
? one JotS
ever been
Tampa Bay
.and that or.r fl'JOc.tiztli xul!! too
puohaiicd in our paper 01 Juue nth/ shall I \: tUlace'ULt1tUalc'1'errturtiotlall crediloajrs:, to support ia.ir aaie.na tiecUatioa << heavily laden. :

pTiMipiiv) ,} : lend the IK'ccss
huppv s'tuuLon! ot society. 15, slabs tu support the prisoners, of ngatoughc to be Free and Independent N. Orleans. Cargo cc. next week.

fMiix i die:: prisoner: .: HOW ta the Gusto Progress of C'iailiation.--Vy e u incn 1 am out able lo do, or to turn tai I 'Uies. --.. "
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:
dfl thear->.ai, .uiu 1 hfc- is supported I mti.c eta, or cocnne then wuhutaii..,_to per i 2. 1'hel United Mates-Faithful to thprulcplsut e : ; .
art iiappy lo ouserve, mal tart in Jjitoon. 'iiunuiai diC. our foreutncrs ; neroc illaiamtaiiiaig Marshall Sale.
1 Jr.1 iiu of ihe l p i.r;,on for whose murder thrl'C ) ale&, tllat
Le coinaattcd.V. are boine truly Hook and iiiL) iiiajl ue turned out,a.id reason least I Mer rigat ; xvi.emiac err Superior Court West Florida

.s! IHI1US who soaraOuve thc CallO'lIZ1Jlo e.', uui 01lcu kl';:; a 'O\U'bt lilt laws or the joyaientol Liberty ; nappy under a lieuresentative Joseph 1[. vVhle/*) fF> v virtue of a writvs.
iuve no J' } ) Jfor further remarks J
c { : must : Government.J vLL)
country go UlltJ\lIhsllt"t.ls until the "o of fieri facial to
at pir: m. oul nave somet'iyig more to j j: nuiious ol Hie deluileu voof ; \'crUIUtut'JlI provide soue: means lOrlU3t..1I1.1Ib' GJUX. .MJttu \\ .&suuGro.'i-ltomol'- Henry Potts, 3 "ie directed in tins:

S..\ on t'.l' subject in our next. ..ann>> false honoi ai d who tlu : p/oseOitions, aid iiic sate I cal ia the an luisoi Liberty, uad wa.i restored awe'l shall proceed to sell at PUBLIC

.. Clbt\JU ut the accuaeu. 1 oacd my ell power to tilt source trom w.llCi1l1c. AUCTION for cash, in front of the Court

l; LiI'W FJtctitiii.-Henry Johnson has nut miiiK thuubcixca buunu lo u..aul':>> tu art i some: person lo SUIpU1'till' t had received it-a.i exa iiple .o toe warn i. Ikmse in the City of Peniacola, on the

b tlc every petty di&pu.e b) 'a resoi. I i. PI'1.UIIC1i .lljail, OUl Uw tutu vfouid doa Y. i'he JJutnvts of our Itevvtutiitnartj rrst Tuesday in January next,
> 1.\ < !: cteil (;Gl.l'llCr oi Louisiana, at upon tne iaiui vi toe t ru'Itur1.Ji Un Stru rgld-ratuul lv> the cause oi Laocr1 -

ileatri ei.-ction; } a considerable mujo- to the s.vurd t or die pistol, or to pu t tile iyih insia..t''I MIJI'Ci.iel1 ocopy "oxixthe )-caemies or' taose<< wao" opposed It- : ;; : 800 .r pens oULi1t 'iL.I

tilt. their their of tbiiow letter to ... : fneaiU with:a: rest or the wurid. 1
KU\urd I.iritibston, William L1ta lives or peace mar ; .1' :::ateele the Ailorney VD ... ,
\ i>, J'/m President of the t1 toted States.Tae .
loi '
:, aid !t. li. iinh 1 re-ilected lift 1'cuitory to a loci 11..l\"C r :'" ,
to Uu
in jeopardy: by risking one, und V-SG32
I 01'I experienced
,I1 1' : ;fri--i. Thosexxho were pledged to I darned 110 uiisacr.: \ cry Kc!3' C"iUiij'iht1"W'tr pruueal sluica.aaii: on t11e'rscalnbia River, where the Hig i.ij r
tae cu.iUUenee
u period to the ex's- : ; \ ae aL ot ais: country
by pUlling! \ ut. cambu Creek joins said
,j:,- ( laver, with thexiildnigs
JI.r it'n. Jackou'l, ut the pprcachiJ. I JLLIAi d. .ludrev JucISQ1olc11er: in the
:a.itLr.
tenet IA'a fellow being ou account t > and appurtenances there1\into'
,
; of : : tichT;a << tae Council
e.tci.o-i evident of the U.- States, ail wshl 11. I. soar: in ChaaiDcr a Belonging, taken as the of the i
tltt of an insult received fur what civilizcd doth wall wit out ambition, waaiteuus property 1
( u.tii lew\ r-xceptions, been elected ; *l August 1824. except aid Potts which will be sold to satisfy

To.I I tTi. cf'the state legislature! : electors:: person, alive to i.ic feelings olir P. ;b.: Joiia t,I tiiurn, v> ho vvus comnulI : to tile honor) ana giory oi ins country tins writ and
: our next i rtsideate
.
led t'/jail hope: cost.William
of l bur murder, Has not been w'-
u--Jnt iu-mg chosen the Sebree
l by Legis- .e honor, can enjoy conipleitpt { tarred. 1' VV. s. Ji. w. F. i. I'he l 't'cr/lJl" of l"iorLda.-L\) 11 e ,

&lzcr. that tak.: ace of mind, after having in a conduct tIle ahairs ot Ute Territory'accodai ;- Marshal {y. Florida .
,, to tile dictates of Wisdom, Liberty, August 20th, 1824-24-lamts.

s:\ -Vr. (.i1am adxcrtises in isevvburyxvill cooi, deliierale manner, murderedanother Peirsacola. F. 10th Atg. 1824. i'utnol.sai. and true,?OilC\ .
Slit- 1 lie act of the legislative Council !
rl,11. tl.t he g.vc a premium: of one ? It i is in vain to say taal approved rue jyth of June, lo'JJ: "as- tf. c.Jlu-1a 1.ltlay be near a. To Cotton Plant s. -

L:l" ..Ieiiu.larsfor g 5,000 in Pistareens duties ro the nand when the aliens can have then Merchants of Pe-isacola, wishing
that oiher was endeavoring to kill gigolos Ma.raha.soi" tue Li- trite caoice. \ TflE
=oal 1. ni.ed Mates bar encourage the trJ.dein Wagons
salt. \\ oulcl it not be a good the'1'ei'litoty ol Florida,
spec 9. Tne the
when ii has glen mutual Emigrants to Territory ojVoma7jiay to their also
tzLt.ondnd: tae you, by pioviiics, '* Unit tae Marshals shall have place, as to obtain Cotton of
at same time acconnno / '
consent. In our opinion it is cu tau)' ot all prisoners, herealtcr court n- tae) eacreaoc rapiui l.) a:>> the best quality, and being aware that
Late ts with change, to bring to this place very to eiiaoie us ere lo.ig' to oe entitled t* small planters who
,
ed by the ot tills many can bring but a
laws; t
l'i questionable which is the least deplorable territory, bctl1cr"lUI aumuisiua as a o'tate. N ,
und Dimes ? Filial!
trcens Perhaps: it is not tae commitments : quantity to market at a time, deserveencouragement ..
oa w luca Uiey: ha eucea Sate8-
I'ne
JJi'.ir.ilIy known that, while 1' starcenstf'tltutt siiuaiion, that of the slayer mujftsoacd.." Oa rue out ot July' lu. *\avy of the United for the pain'they take
iieicuies ul'aiicng lo 3lauaood. \ with their have
are not pa-sabie fur .more or the slain ; except indeed that last, John of'a Lhaburnas put to Jail: uy' 11., The Army of the United StatesVortuyottae .- divide the amount crops,subscribed resolved two hun-to
value<< nattimudto
than> eighteen and three fotath cents, und I the survivor is not so immediaiely.lurried : a cuarge ot murtkr and me directed on tut, >ujion J oi \ itepuouc ; a.J active aad tired! dollars,into two premiums, as mentioned ,

zp.titshtett cent p.ecen bring only six : into the presence of that tins nisuuit: j' rancisco; Lopez and ilniiJiill -. vigilant sentinel, always u&ctuily eaiploy- below, for the best two loads deli.)

::':.J a fl.u1'lh cents, Pistareensyth Iteadsfor .vc-re<< also:: committed, the son c ed in time houro. pc ce. vered, on or before the first day ot" Janti .
omnipotent and just judge, vrhose upon 1'he\l.Liiii of ..1m"'ica.-i.nureJJ:: ark lext.
pass rl'a.dllJ ..hnlItIjand .Imericnntuche duuwtthe, : urmer upon a cliargc oi {

nnt: for and a half cents and positive commands he has openlyand "assault anti t'after)" and stabbna'i the comIusedilciGztu 13. the soldiers. \ FIRST PREMIUM.
; Liberty, sacred cause of the '
tI tatter cur :aaskuit and battery and fwd- For the best Wagon load of Cotton in
)ubrh nlal' of the latter have been put premeditaiexlly disobeyed, and ; Gr.eA:8-1caoo.I, Ken ioa and iluauiuly, b\les
hub.-ltapptar) that square not less
; the sar than
gorernauntoftlie six bales
111' circulation! here at that price, they souJtspptirr u 'threats he has and all plead in her favor. &
whose despised Unilcd orates will not pay teuxorialexpenses 14. Gen. Hictiard weighing 2J Ibi.: /each,or upwards, to,be
A. Call, our
tlttse who are unacquainted defied. : and[no effectual provisioi nas Representative bound with six ropes or more, a SILVER

V.lth Bank notes prefe ring to lay been made by) tile Legislative Counol lo in CUll.g'e88.-.it4Y he alwayshave :: VESSEL twit!)\a suitable inscription, of
up f ills
The foregoing remarks 011 : nuau cue Llu r.its: and lute
tiiltty t wereprumpled raise a reveaue to the value of one ituitdred and dollar
cents in and to fifty
specie to one dollar in pat'r. support, carry ests Of ills couno'y. ; ,
l by observing a correspondence into ellect the law ot the Territory.Ti'ey .- 15. ell1U rl a.-3lay her suns ever or that sun ;n mOI w, at the option of the
:
._ [ have no funds, by which to Irosccute support successful candidateSECOND ) ,
'.. lately published in the tilt dignity winch a free and inde
: otiendera against the laws, to justice, PREMIUM. .
Ttnibry prudcntnduuu justly entitled
,, Coane.1 of JI.fy'gun.-The Legislae \\' ushinglon Republican, and toxvhicu.we or to feed k support them while p 1sou. 16. 1'he memories of the Departed to.Jferoesof For the best small l load of Cotton in
of this
*s Temtory commenced would call the attention 'i'liere is no question but it is! my ;duty America. square or round bales, ,say not fess than

session!>: on the nth of June last. A under the late lo commit them to jail, li, Unr Military and\' 't'al Heroes fhree bales, to weigh_300 lbs. each or up.

frithl has fl\tred us with a copy} of the 'of our readers. David Barton provided' the 'Territory or County ,tutu. '1 he lobo luminai-tcs: 01 uiory. wards, A SILVER: CUP' of the value of

lich of one. 11 my duty cease here who is to fifty dollars( with fa suitable -in
box
: cnption
ernor Cass. Tile governor Esquire, a Senator in Congress, ; support Itt. American! berlg-.t-"oullded the ,
Ot'll 1' '.. Mate, them while in custody ? Am 1 douud andaauoai or that sum ;n money as preferred. 'j...
: his fdlu>-citizens on the rights oi mea : ; may tls doc-
!:t\'Jr-.b1t: change which has taken having mad some assertions, calculated to victual them, and perform the necessary tJ fur open ail eyes, fortify every ar.n, und The folio wmgf persons have: been ap '.' .

il bli place tt' expose the conduct of labour acid expense in attendance, tnumpa over every alliance of dcspotisai: pointed a committee to examine the opt* ,
eTctriorial: ; l government, this beingrcprckeni ; when lucre is no (provision made.:by law, and pnvdege.i ton, and award the premiums: is ex I \

, tbcnnlta alive body, deriving llt'nrV.. Conway, late depulysurveyor without any ellectual mea 's ot reimbursement ;?. National Independence. recogj j pected that satisfactory assurance will be

its 1 U tlicrii}' t irom the people, "which has of Illinois! Missouri and or are the peso 'rs lo perish mzcs no tutelary: Congress oj Sovereigns given by every individual offering for ei*.

t*tr conuned in the Territory." He Arkansas, and Delegaie to Congress with hunger ;;in jail ; or are]they tob. ,) e nor submits to the orders of any politicalAlliance the'the growth that the ofhlS'lot 'iof cotton .P rottuced is
ices turned loose the unit Own plantation. .
5
upon clt ,
a brief sketch Y, however exalted: or holy It
of
the of the from the may '
lustorj latter in
**'U> ', and 1> conjunction would give me pleasure to or aa tar us ut:. F. H. Nisbet.

''('I'C) bpeks of" the series of a d t. with that of his uncle, the surveyor my means will possibly admit! to supportthe :t!;}. The Judiciary.=:Tuc firm supportot l lr H. Allen -
\\ I 1 t ft, Uhidl I have checked its laws, and t aid m the prosecution of the Nalioa. .. ,

Las trut\11..La"d" *ayS an auspIcIOUS,change} 1 general ; a correspondencensut'u ollenders to justice ; but ist expected ._21. Judge .Brackmridge-11llfeta'l t purr e: which Mr. Barton that one man, or a limited of indi- ,
} ill our 81tua" clod pros communicated number in the discliarge of his duties. ; J os. C; .Kej-serj ;
Dects. T victuals can a govermtent i Werethis ..
support
22.
lie a for Hancock FrankUn, Jefferson and
'
..... nmtatlcs 0 of tHe tcmtory publication,' together thing to end with the K. ':
: c\'ery da pi\soners\ ., tto-ar I all who signed tilt JJecUimtion of our rights Pasqaier.Pengacola .. ;
,Pprtcatetl".Ile) more and more known. and I with a letter cortaining the in custody, 1 should not hcsiUte. to fee' -1'Letr flumes_are a gtonous'oioiiuineiit. ,9th Air gust. 18Z 1-3-tf.: ,
I ,
t.tt.:'I(c and rejtcseius the soil as f:following remarks, which do equal and support them, while In jalj but it is a to our: latest puSt: rity. i .. '
N\'flbg.- .
I ro melancholy $truth that the iso ered
lnistng; rich rewards to its iU. South .America May she be, truly t ,
tittze45-the ] honor ,to his head and his heart. sUte gf society here, is such tiat'. offends "
t
chorale and Tul ot -
health as vOblcI, to independent, car lonmng aihulliance DURING'.my absence from Pensacofa, ,:; :
an i hard exertion c kl present you this corresponlence against the laws very, freqiently occur f with any power, not professing- toe' HUNT ".>tagent awJ ;
and
U'tt } rumy, o. and it seems to me, that it wthe entering of in fact. :. ,:;.:"t-:; .'
Cltcunlsunc pure principles Kepubiicaaism. :attorney >I' .
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Ct as letter of k ,, ..' H'
age UUltlllt to encour- including May5th wedge, the COlll ellcem ,'!lI- f-24. The .' .l 04't'.
tltll'd Tat i9p ,Daughters J Columbia=A* 'I JO hl1.&tillEF.., '-. ..."' .
to that tan caicuUted I : : *
quarter. ', referred to, for the purpose of that u to nttt' good w rues arc-faits ', .AMguat.rth 3tf!I.. _... ,. .,fl.'',:'":..:.'._.,'. ,_

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'r\.C'lL.) PROSPECTUS ingsof: TucUay dliing, m@< :S mm\D\ .11.' 82 tM'ZU P n.,1"18Ji2'Ii

1 /Vow tno;;;; jt Magadne.- Of a new Journal to de publishedin Saturday, atkix received per .schooner Caravan_ Have Received,ficr 1fr g' .it4jj; .,

. I THE VOYAGE U.'LU'E.,1'nUSsul'c the City of IVatihington, byWAY Congress, J' direct from New-York addition, to jromuladtlP"ia,. b' <rd '
t 4 : 1 steer rnybark, and sail I AND GIDEON nun, payabldhalf : tlie former 5upply'ot. books,among which from II'.. .f..
1 : t On .even keel, with gentle gale, very day dur e the,. the following : "ytw-vr1can't ::

-. ,. At helm I make my reason sit, For the Editors, Entitled extra chargewf St. Hong n's Well\, 6 't earf1lorol"' !/ "40 Packages Dry G90ds

; J My crew of passions all submit; j The American .iJI rcury. each session.] J/idingfield'tf Medical Practice, CONSISTING; r

t ; If"dark and blustering pVovc some nights, establishment of another Franklin's Journey to.the Polar Seas, OF
The (publication OMESTIC
Philosophy puts forth her lights, Tilt : plaids andst
Baba's Adventures D
:
Hajji ,
journal at the seat of the be commence Shirting, Pet.
) Kxpenence holds the cautious glass Waldo's Naval Ileros, Prose by a Poet, :sheetings,
To shun the breakers as I pass, national government may, per. next, bywhicl time Songster's Museum, Salem Witchcraft, Checks&ticki, gs,

s And frequent throws the wary lead, haps, be considered by rome' as ing subscrip on Coleman's Anecdotes, Superfine andlow priced cloth..
} : To see what dangers may be hid. and at this relurn Anecdotes Cussimcrcs i and sattineu,
,
premature unnecessary, quested: to Egan's Sporting Ladies white and black
. ; ,1.J1) CM6 time ; while by others it will be All comm Gregory's Chesterfield, 2 'VfJl,. Gentlemen's white and cotton'marta i_ ,

; hailed, with pleasure, as anothtr the/Editon: to be Charlotte Letters to Wirtcr hose, ._
I lluniornort'sneW colkction Anecdotes '
,.l Amoii the vices which fashion I intelligence and another Cotton and worsted
source
; i;: : has too great u share in encouraging .. medium of information, from. ISitre Hal Le La Pcyrouse's Sage's Devil Vo on)age Two,Living Sticks Plays, 3 voh. Extra s.iperprinted suspender.cambrics&,} .

none !* of worse example, derived. Subscribers, Ips for dresses, new &fuhi
which much benefit may be THE New Robinson Crusoe, ,
g :r or leir txt-iisable, ti an that ol Means for diffusing light,and ors; will be Phillip's Speeches, T)tier's Elements, 9an articles 6-4, cambricks -

profane swearing, or the practice be with this povder which Tales of M> Landlord, 3d Serle"Scott's and latco t.. .-
truth and knowledge can never all who Irish Linens assorted,
. approved by of the Lake,
; of interlaiclini on.es conversation Lady
; ; too extensively multiplied or too : conficlen ly Linen Cambric hkfs.nuns
2 volt.Butler's
Walker's Three Spaniards,
I t. Q on all occasions, even the nust trifling generally promoted. In all free I it is wan inted equal, Farmer's Manual, Silk and Morseilles vesting,' .

wt'h appeals to the Deity. governments the press is emphatically any mad in the Barbauld's Lessons with colored plates, Brown Holhnds,
I I' general officer wh is a living of and above Limdon Tower Depping's Evening's Entertainments, English & India, Bandana kflarrUt '
the
palladium liberty,
.
Cotton and _
Flags .
: T and. illustrious exam pi of the perfect i by Lu ing's.Geography, Gregory's Legacy, pocket hb,.
I it is only in despotisms that its ,A. STONE & Nankin Crape, dressesfigured
:
.. Locke's &, Bacon's
of the I Essays '
tuoslgentlemanly
compatibility
range is circumscribed and its energies 100Kegs Just Hodgdon's Letteis, Linnet Song Book, Bljick Italian Crapes,
manners with the ; hats
destroyed. It is by a free, Life of }'r.LnklinYashington'i Liferatson' Leghorn ,
June 5 th-13 tf.
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f stridespurity of language, but \ 2d 3d 2 volt. and a variety of other staple and farqa
unrestrained, and easy diffusion otknowledge :; Philip and :
.;: who was in early life much addict and By WJMam: P. Hawes' Life of Newton, Putnam's Life, tides.
especially political 7 cases gentlemen's: and bo '
.
fashionable sin dates tit Territory Bonaparte's Life, )
eci u tins ,
'
I liberties ofa black
that the beaver castbr
hats
knowledge, or
+ 0 \' Astley's Cooper's Lectures..Ferricr's tfJ It .
. his reformation irom a memorable Pit latest fashion
this is ,
nation he :
can J preserved Meaical Histories,
- : reproof which lie received when a of the in 2 cases line cutlery, &c. table kniTti
best effected by means WHEREAS Murray's Matcria: Medica,
,- youn m .from an eccentric Scottish therefore Phillips on Indigestion, and forks,
and
the
,
press, press Ten'itcrY Florida Pn-kuivesscLsors
razors
; Clergyman, settled in thenorth Baudelocque's Midwifery, needles;
cannot be too widely or generally day of June, 1823, ( &C..C.
. Toller's Law of Executors
of Eiifclanu.V hile stationed ,
established.1 i appoutetlto select the 2 ;bales Osnaburgs
c's 4
13 Iackston Commentaries tola.
with his regiment at New Castle Promises madein conveniejnt situation for 30 pieces cotton bagging
are so frequently Bishop Home on the Psalms,
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... : he ha., the misfortune, one c- undertakings of this sort, and no p.rnmmtlof| Marshal's Friend's Family, &c. &c. &c. ALSO,

:. vening, to get involved in a secret often violated, that we shall forbear the.. that siid{they Commissioners have WHICH, 50 7 barrels do loaf whiskey,
me sugar, j
4 bravu with some of the together with the stock heretofore onhand
; persons to make more on this occa- County of Gadsden, siti 5 qr.casks L. P.Teneriffevrin I
: low. st order, and the -iispute, as is sion than we intend to fulfil. But southwest from the old i assortment composes a of very books extensive and and wIn general be- 1 pipe cognac brandy, !
,
i '4 usual in such caseswas cairieu 01 this will without the TuUjihasse about a half 1 do Peach brandy,
we say, apprehension I sold at the New-York prices for cash.-
. \\Ilia an alJun ance of audacious Ok"ock-o-ny nd ldogiu,
, &: of fa lure, that every Country Merchants and public or private
uliere the old
1, oaths on both sides. The Clergy- point Libraries furnished on the most libeatterms 4 qr. casks dry Malaga wine,
i. effort shall he made to diffuse the
sected by a,snull trail 15 barrels! prime pork
man ailutk-d to, passing by at the most correct information ; to support li." In) ihe exercise of and such books as are ordered and Young Hyson, and Hyson skin tei "i,
hand will!! be with
are: not
on procured
; moment, and being! much shocked vested by the said as in
the principles of republicanism me Gun povderdo. canisters, -
little delay us possible. Orders front a
at the: imprecations HCn assailed : fn their purity ; to defend the formation onhe good distance will be as promptly attended to, Coffee, sugar, flour, soap, sweet oil, copt
his the miUsi I ritory, lhavi, thought peras, allum, salt pctre, starch, < *
into otbe p
ears stepped ppt
: : ; measures of government tnat are and meet with the same liberality as a $,
Proflairotion & Sec
my pimento, indigo .C ;
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crowd, and, with bis,cane uplifted bottomed on these principles, and the personal application.
ot Ltgisltive 50 kegs paint, u hitc, green & blues
: thus gravely addressed one thai art calculated to promote the Florida; tcassemble \\'. lEase Hunt. 2 casks! Spanishbrowii, .

,. : of tbe print iplr leaders of ilie I'ab- general good ; and to endeavor to described, m the day 2 tons Swedes iron,

.: ble. *(Oli, Jol-nj, John, whatV this i cherish a. spirit of union and har- for tne next cssion AN ORDINANCE, 5 cwt steel assorted.

L : : now I hear You only a pOOlOJ- mony, among the confederatedmenbers Oven under Tu/ireventjeojzlefrom bathing in On ( onsjnlBcnt.

.: lier body, and swearing like alk} of our great repu.blic'-i seal Pensacola of the I the= day time infro7Zt of/he city. 50 barrels corn meal,
.P lord .t'lhe l laiid! 0 John hue ; E ordained by the Board of Aldermen 300 'do. corn in the ea.r.June .
. .. in ytnae And while we do this, we shallot March, in B of that
the of Pensacola
: : city 5th13tr.N)1'ICE.
'.\ 1 fl' r.what will come oyou? Itt be inattentive to the claims o, Lord, one from and after the seventh day of June ,

l.:, 11' nVay do very well for his hruw gentleman American literature ar.d science, hundred current, no person shall bathe in front of .

: I, here," pointing to Lit'ut. hitherto) too much neglected, but the and ot the the city during the day time, between

'; :jif -, "to bang and s".tal' as he vvillxat all fa'ur ble opportunities, i I 1 the United' I the Point Verducant and the Bayou de la ,4 I'L persons indebted to the estate otJL
ca,
Agiiiula, and an.olle violating this ordinance .LT Jacques faarbier deceased are
I' 1\f; pi ases, but John it's not for p..u, labor 'to. contribute to their advancement \\ requested '
if a \\lute person or tree, shall to make immediate payment "hose
f; or the like o'y u, to lake in vain and to their By the Governor, default .
promote pay a fine of two dollars-ov in having; ) demands against; said estate !
.11i ;: : the name of Him by horn you: live I success., Through the medium of GEO. WJLTOK; tacreofshall work at the public works of hereby called upon to present the sane''I:

I r: ( : and ha'. yuur hC1l1Thcn. turning literary and ,critical essays, inserted March jjec'rvof:IS 'l Florida. this city eiuht days, or if a slave, shall receive without delay; and all creditors, legated' |

t, ), to ihe Lit uienant, he conuncd: from lime lo time, we shall endeavor tt. I ten lashes, unless the owner should and persons entitled to distribution, ae. '
lo I' 4Ye'll the sir Jiy! the Pretident of pa) a fine of one dollar. hereby notified that by the 37th s ctis.
/Ill : exeuse poor man, moreover, to beget and N pursuance of law, F. II. Nisbet of an act of the Legislative Council of the
.' :::4 for swearing he's an JgnoJ alit body t'osteras far as u e are able, a taste I President of the U the Territory of Florida approved 23t&
President Board JHdermwi.
\/ :; anti kens nat be'(ci. Lieu love of of June 1823 entitled "An Act
for letters and a science, hereby(proclaim and June 4th 1824,-Approved, respecting ;
.t1. '. -, slunk away, covereduli that will add to the\enjoyment as I I a publf; sale will be P. ALBA, Mayor. the probate of Wills and the !{granting

;:\.; \1" 1'1:,;I, ...confusion, and unable tv make any well as the happiness of all who Jackson, the scat of .4"i Letters testamentary, and letters of ld-
,I of ministration, and the duties of executors
j state Mississippi
, i '.. but he made on
t.(, j "", ans'.vei next day feel J their influence.: in December next, for AN ORDINANCE administrators and guardians." tMir
: !"f .I: it, his business to turnout! 'he worth Established as this journal will' Land situate in the To rcinv an ordinance, establishing claims will be barred at the expiration ot .

..f11 } parson, and thanked him infill be, at the seat of government: : it townships and fractional a &ave nger'a cart. two years, unless exhibited within 1 the-

.f the sincerest manner for his well will be in the power of theeditorsto district,[of lands ceded to BE it ordained by the board of Alder- same. ,
II the Chbctaw Indians of the that A. 1'. 1'llL1BE1T. :
, timed admonition which he by Cit.ufPensacoIa, an
by their in possession
::'. "i' put patrons East of;the .Meridian ordinance passed and approved on the Sole Heir and Legal Rc resentatifta
,r.; I i:;', had, be absuieu him, as tliei'esultt. I whatever interest may trans- Pea I 27jth of May 1823, to establish ascavenger's Pensacola 26 June 18.24-16-St.

.....: ,:4*> has shown, cured him forever of a pire either in the cabinet or the Fractional tovnships cart, be and the same is renewed, so -,.,

,:'J;ti: ,..:it' ;. most hateful practice. councils of the nation, and to communicate Nos. 14,15, 16,& 17, far as that the scavenger cart thus to be J. SilNN'S-PANAOEA
. : 14 15 It3 & 17 re-cstablisheii; shall visit each house with. "
: the information as it subscriber having discovered tin
"; "I"kp. West of the Jleridtan in this city, three times a week only, instead THE osition
A wagoner was passing, some tomes, immediately from its of Sivaivi's cekoTtd
of bv the ordi-
Diistrii
y i ji;: \ time since, from Pasquotank in ourct'-The proceedings of Con- aforesaid daily, as required Panaceu, has now supply on hand I fit
I 1 f" nance sale He has reduced
the from f
;'f::' t f the State of Virginia, to a place gress, and sketches of the debutes, No, 7,8, 9, JO, &. 12, And be it further ord&meu, that this 50 to 2 50, or by the dozen price g24. $

tt": ; ;' I culled! Tankatank, in ,. the same with tbe most important official 7,"?, 9, }ndlO present ordinance shall taKe eftect from All charitable institutions in the United .

.it,1.. .: ? State, with a I load of pine plnktbe I communications, shall also be regularly 7, 8, aId 9 the 10th of this mont}. until the last day States and the poor will be supplied!
; East thf Msriaian October next and that the shall
of Mayo:
' 1 ht'that
: Maple production parof and in short effort gratis.
; given, no \ I }) contract by the month with the lowest
U4: f :*:, the country. In his way he was shall be omitted on the part of TO\Vl bidder, and that the amount shall be paid If the citizens of the principal citieswa:

: ; .-. overtaken by a countryman, and the editors, to render the jouinal No. 7,8,9,10,11, 12, out of any monies in the treasury not otherwise towns will appoint an aert, to unletd
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.....: .: r. accosted' 'iiuch in the yankee style, interesting and useful as possible. The land> reserved b appropriated.F. dstribute this medicine to the poor #
will bo
. ; 4 : .i1,"! and considerable cii cU1ulocurYI. I of schools (t for other II, Nisbe supplied; ,
, '" excluded fimn the sales : This Medicine: is .celebrated fe $&
;' 1 :t., tory crvar5jofl, 0)1 the smart As we purpose to be on all occasions witlitlie lowest President Board of/l.lt1a-nen. cure of the following diseases ....;Scrcfii!* :

i r'f":f"r: ; C'lU1ZC.t"uffumblarlle' was toting, .nia&L perfectly candid, we thinkit mence townships, pud range, June 4th 1824, Approved, or King's evil, ulcerated or putrid .KR '
L' the heufi of dark nights there had V. ALHA, Mayor throatlong standing rheumatic affection::
;, but proper lo stale, at this time, in regular numerical :
t:_ been back the uider cutaneous diseases white swelling 'I rf
Given
along in
I counll'ym.tIJ'ohSl'rVt'd that, as it the differenl )
respects :
this 'r\\e, unBc-riber; diseases of the bones and all cases, gtw* ,
ul reckon, sirhat! 1 have candidates for the Presidential Washington!, I
rally of an ulcerous character, and dt ,
". A, 1>. 1824,
seen you before some \vhere. 'Tis't'I' chair, our choice is decidedly ,in Has received, per the last arrivals from I nic diseases, generally arising in.dkb&ty -;;

\ 'likt'," ays the oiherul have favor of HENRY CLAY, whose By the President: Philadelphia and.Vw Orleans, tie following ted constitutions, but more espcciall/ .

_.i. been tn..re frequently: my name is talents and genius we respect, and (;Eo. GRAHAM, fresh supply of GOODS. from syphilis, or affection arising there-
John Lank I from from, ulcers in,the larynx, nodes, to*
_fjIf come Pasquotunk whose claims, to the high office to Commissioner of the Groceries bj>,
And that dreadful disease occasioned
and 1'an to Tankatankvitu
going '
which
so many
ri aie aspiring we long and excessive use of mcrcjuty t.r(
' : \ a load of pine plank, d-nyou. shall endeavor but *'' "
to
; support ; at Custom Barrels superfine Cincinnati-flour It is also: uscful in diseases oftbe i' i

" 4'twJ! :+: ."-.'V. E Palladium the same time, with that temperance Julv (.J fli\\J 4 cheyts hyson skin tea, & 6 chests, CERTIF1CATF& ",':l"
-.- I have, within the last two year, *' ;
; and which think :
t courtesy we gun powder do,imported 5th April "
/ I
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of several case'. *
f an opportunity seeing
Several in
; mm 1824.
were employed due to the character not 0"1of To Master of Yes inveterate ul WhiCbhaTifltsisted Ifr
very ers, .
: mo\'ing in close succeshiuti, whenotie Mr. CLAY, but to that of his rivals, ing Tarter 5 barrels loaf Sugar, previously the regular modes ,
100 boxes porter ale and cider.
j : j. who took the foremost swarlh and which, we are sure, will be IifilHE Collector has 12/ barrels ras. treatment, were healed by the use of J >
copp
discovered a yellow wasp's nest befu.v more agreeable to all, than the \corner of the Swuim's panacea, and do belitlve,hV'what. ;

; : ; Jii.n and immediately left his, rude ribaldry and low scurrility in ."ill he: lighted every /Hardware I have seen, that it will prove-ft l

.g jUuce .ithl l stepped one side.-The which some have. indulge 1 in nefit : enabl : them ,to come
text uiaii Behind him took his pushing forward the claims of their 1 ton American
I anchorage. The castings, N. CHAPMAN Mi Dt : .
: j : MVii'th: not a.sure of the cause for favorite candidate. The principles Point N. N E distant 1 do. English do. Professor the Institute mtl FractifJ,

; ;.: v.ich :.e dt s.'t h'd it Scat the sauiettnu to which Mr. Clay has adhered The t pHi of water will 1 do swe Jes iron, Physic in the University ofFenzaV0'i II

c :: jboastingty; observed in the in the whole of his political ca- i fathoi is. Good 5 bundles sheet do. 1 have employed the panacea or ,& I.

1 :: ']an"y m' of the Scripture thai reer, are those shall in a- irect line irom : I Ifathojls 2 do. steel, Swaim.in numerous instances, witiiiflW* '
I.t l precisely we i 20 kegs nails, assorted,3d,4d,6d,8d, last three and have always fotiti4 ,'
: years
; r ve'rdfleeen no one purIs maintain.Ve are advocates for 10d, 12d, 20d. in 1'

;u.A ; but ti.righteous are asa I IJlJ whatever will conduce to the pros '{ itulOr 100 doz. knives and forks, ary extremely syphilis efficacious and mercurial, especially disease. 1 bf!

.. I : u Lion." lie ha I scarceR. perity and wellVre of the nation CAM8IA 20 do. Pen and pocket knives, i no J hesitation in pronouncing it a fl1Cd''. '::

jt; Ipn;.HJ/jt ed, tns sentenie when theHair ) and the leading .traits of Mr. m \I February 20 6 dOrcoffee do. Padlocks mills .inestimable value. ".

it : : )USn ts furiously attat ked CLAY'S_ political life have been O motion: of WiIJ.i 10 do. brass candlesticks, 'V.'GIBSON, 1.P/:'r

!' 4 ..: mm i'r; o.siurbing1: their: repose, those of deep attachment to his &c..Ordered quire. ,Attorney Tha the 10 do, pocket books, Prof, ettor of, Surgery in the Uii't :' ;

C '.1 ) n 1 iijttt uirn sensitileof his boldUe !- country, and to whatever would and Petit Jurors at the 1 do. patent sauce pans, U of psylVf2j'j;.1

ji % nss:, th'4' fiNt instantly rcpd d promote its interest, and a strong court,doslew1.&iuse, jf 6 do, Carolina hoes, JOHN SH1MN, Cst.Philadelphia j,:
! .. 1 box planes 'eb.17',1 J3-1'l '
1/, .1'i of cm;? tvtttfeththt evil and desire to advance the cause of the next October. term : s f"
I 5 doz, carpenter's hammers N. ;B. For.sole at Smith and Pe&rsall '.
,
, ;r' I jiti' /lI'Jm ?/ ; nut the simfilelass freedom and should nott, 5 assessed
t ";, to p otect and support rallyj'forlhe r said 20 do. gimblets, \ E: corner of Third and Market Streets 11.'
.: sn ';ndefii/zed. the alienable rights of man. rors !in the si m'of 6 do. draw knives, Each publisher of
Of the course we shall pursue, ,the Petit, Ju ors in the 3 boxes No. 10 cottoivcards. nited States, is requested to publi'k 'V 4?

q A. y4u0g tHan vwmecornmendedr : therefore, and the principles we ea hand it further 20 bags shot, advertisement 'once a month' for one J :,

.! i (.- (,) Bntttrt fur o r J i natiun'J .- shall advoeat.JM 'o think, 'we have p/of this rub be 20 keg powder, :r and: send their accounts, forT payment. ',

I J-\. ,kjj. '*.>j, JL'r.:3t np. ,..:. n1)e1ed a lit- said enough, and ,with, this brief for tober three term morths auresaid.A next. Goods : :THE SUBSCBIBEBntf

(i tk*; in drsirrd his Cbaplui to ex- expose of our intentions the, establishment true Copy, Dry AS Receded by recent wp Tijrl

;! -, !'.' S' *uf* XliV, CandidaleTbe first of this journal, :we Attest| / JullN l { u following goods, ,in addition w.,.

I r ;: ':'':. -, ,..- q', MKtioi. :: ; -prn.Jost'd-) ,k'V |I.y did throw ourselves iponthe public ra i. B/W., 5 1 trunkfine packages dry brogans goods, ,' former I stock, which he will sell .JO-:J.! .|;
) -0' ;, 14th bash, viz : :'r
t ;''' !H L .5 iirt(U? "Bicaust' expectation .of Aug. *.23--6t.
'D1J.t
i .. .,j r obtaining a portion 10,reams foolscap paper, I bbls. Whiskey f;
\ ': or. hh m.t'.I: vr hurt' tI iinftedimi-nt in. of their patronage. / : 10 do. letter dd.. t 100 .

r "'T 'hi ,JIf'eriJ i.4.U!)\ iOUau \tIt- youngput TERMS., 4 boxes' wool hats, I 100 ,do. Ohio Flour, .;Jq

1 -, ;'#.. ,', 'TIaII. ..' wi .: I Ii ;iU zameLiatc end The American Mercury/ :will be Executed with 'r ALSO-20 doz. Lee's,NH N. London' ALLENr Fills, I! ..:. 50. pieces Scotch. .Btl ":

;- the i ettiiutiou4: published : des atch"at 'TT AUe"9J'(
1 I to on an imperial paper, ,I Jane 15th, 1824. N, '."'I-'

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