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: September 4, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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.: --1- PENSACOLA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1824. "' No. 26\r: h. I
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-- prauslIED EV:.:ItT SwCttDiT. I, For presents to Indians, as authorized An act further to regulate the inspection time, and ip Such manner, as with sister of said Land Office, at the

m- \\ llAbili: i?I HUNT, by act of one thou:.'.andt of flour in the county!' of Alexandria. the approbation of the Secretary minimum iprieefor which United
I Be it enacted 'by the Senate avd
F.flrOl Ail) PllOI'IIEl'OR.1'1i I eight hundred and two, ten thou- House of of the : of the Treasury, he shall think fit, States' lands are sold, the tract of
lis"I' .(tie 1.a.vs ,/ tIlt Unitedt: t es. sand dollars ; United States *"America in Congress i for the best price that can be had land, designated in said notice onpruducing
Subscription Five doli \r a year m iidance. For contingent expenses, _nine- 0, I therefor, and to make all!) needful his receipt from theReceiver
A lvr tisements mseftcu ." Oi-\ assembled, That, for the better -
t '-five thousand dollars ; conveyances, assignments oi trans- of Public MOM ys for the I
twelve lines under for of
6f the
Tor every or regulation inspection
JOlI3.r For the i fers of the same, to the purchaseror purchase of said tract, inrase
.1 telrtn; l"I'1IOn-cacL: subsequent III3C.kOil '- +, making surveys, compensation flour within the county of Alex-I money as
KlfttClltS.. to the Commissioners, andria in the District of Colum- purchasers. of other public 1 lands sold at )

S1lrI..lc papers} twelve and a half cents. and other incidental expenses, 'under Council of the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted private sale ; and, as a compensation :
... bia the Common
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-- the act "for establishing a town of Alexandria shall be, and at any and every sale on 'executions for their services, the Register -

--,-- National Armory on the Western and at the suit o.the United and Receiver hall, each be I
d f'Z they arc hereby, empowered States, of lands or teneml'ntsof a entitled to dollar in.
Waters, in addition to the sum one e\ery
divide the said
required to
!! heretofore appropriated by the debtor, it shall be lawful for the such case, to ,be paid by the claim-
and town into two inspection dis-
t ; : United States, by such agent as theAgent ant of such tion
11111- said act, four thousand one hundred tricts ; that to :each of these dis- Prc-cm1) right :
'C and I"thirty-five dollars; tricts, there shall be appointed a of the reasury shall appoint Provided, That e cry such entry
I Department to become the pipchitser of and shall be made
For .the, Quartermaster's flour inspector, in the mode now payment at ( t
fuel, stationary, and such lands and ter.emei U. Provided least two weeks previous to the f '
--HYAUTiiUl1 rYen t authorized by law, to perform alternate -
.ct to establish an additional: Land contingencies of the Military Academy duties in the said districts; That, in no case, slia.l such a- time of offering the adjacent lands 1

Qil'.cc: in the State of Missouri. eleven thousand five hun- each of the said Inspectors shall gent bid in behalf of the United at public ,sale, unless the same be ,

Be it enacted by the Senate and dred dollars ; be liable to removal from office, at States for a greater amount than entered in such palt of said District |
of the *, that for the judgment for which shall have been offered [
tfwse 0.( Representatives For the salaries of Iwo Clerksir time within the term for as at \
United States of America, in Congress the Second Auditor's office, as any which he shall' have been appointed such estate may he exposed to public sale at the time of the pas- :

assembled, That so much of \Jy the act of the ovenauthorized the Court the I sale, and the costs; and it shall be sage of this act ; in which case, 1

the public lands of the UnitedStuU's 1 tieth of April, one thousand: eight by ; and during making his continuance appointment -- thc duty of the Maishal. oi the entry bhall be made withintwo I

: i included in the present Dis- hundred and eighteen, and no; included in office shall enjoy the District, in which such sale shall years from the passage there- '
In the State of be held, in case such purchasesshall of.
Ufol "I' St. in the letter of,the Secretary -
and be like
ltis as lies within the followsouri of the Treasury, of the ninthof same rights, subject to be made, to make all needful Washington, Approved May 26.h, 1824.
duties and restraints the
as -
ing boundaries wit : Beginningon 'the present conveyances, assignments, and
January! transmitting annual -
of flour in the said
the Mississippi{ river, between estimates-ofappropriations firthe inspector transfers to the United Stales, and An providing for the disposition of I
county of Alexandria. three several tracts of lands in Tuscara-
the of is
numbei-d! forty-cigiit Agent Treasury hereby .
townships present yar two thousand, Sec. 2. And'be further evaded :' t was County, in the State of Ohio, and
thence ttst to the ht hundred dollars. authorized, with the approbation for other
atilt fortynine eif; That the said Common (Council purposes, .
ran.Us:* between ranges ten and Sec. 2.4nd be it further enacted, ofthe Treasury, to sell and Ue it enacted by the Senate and '
be they are hereby,
north to the township empower- convey the said lands, and tenements House ,
eleven ; thence Chat the f>uai of twenty thousand "d for of Representatives of the
to provide a
in the same manner a-!) is
line between townships'num, United States of America in> Congress -
dl-tars of Hour in store, whenever\ ihcii .
bered fifty-two and fifty-three ; directed by'the first section of this assembled, That the three several :
it aid
opinion, require to
tin-nee west to the range line between to the unexpended balance of the the may and act in respect to lands and tene- : tracts of land, lying in the ,
regulate exportation shipment
thirteen and fourteen of of ments Assigned by insolvent debt- County Tuscarawas in the
ranges! appropriation the act the seventh thereof to laws fa* the State
; pass
thence north to the \horUuTiibjundtiry of May, one thousand eight of all 'who ors. of Oliu, lately retroceded to the, i.
ling of the State of Missouri of persons Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, United States the of
hundred and twenty-two, tw tntvnine shaH be guilty of fraud, orher- by Society i
with tlie! Slate That nothing herein contained United Brethren for
; ; thence: east thousand four hundred and propagating .
violate their andto
wise regulations,
lire to the river Dcsmomes ; twenty-four dollars and thirty alter or amend the preswt inspection shall be deemed or construed to the Gospel among the Heathen

hence, with the river Desmoinesthe cents, be, and the same is hereby, laws, so far as be take away or impair any other remedy shall be surveyed and lard ofto into '

the State' line, to the Mississippi appropriated, out of any; money in to effect that obJ'4t.t1'aslingtun may. which the United Slates maybe sac; h lots having regard lo t'.e ex. ..
thence! with and down necessary now entitled to have against
; the Treasury not otherwise al propl'iared :Approved, May 26,1824.Ai.nctto fisting surveys improvementsthereon I i
Me; ;Miss ssippi ..i\'cr to the placeof to enable the President of r ,the person or property of debtors, as will best conduce to .t i

beginning, so as to include all the United I States to take the necessary nIter ,;;the Judicial Distracts of to enforce the satisfaction of judgments the sale thereof: Provided, That ,I j i

the islands within the limits of the measures for the ext in- 1 t gin.a, ami for other purposes. obained, or which may the lots and tracts which the United ,

State of Missouri, shall he foriue'd guishment of the title of the Creek He it enacted bij the Scnat and hereafter be obtained. States are bound to convey to

into a new lund: district.to be called Indians to the land now- occupiedby House or K/ireset'tativcs of the Wellington : Approved, May 26tb, 1824. the said Society, shall be laid oT( I

"The District of Salt River," them, lying within the. limits of, United &ttzte I America in Congress according to the contract for retrocession -

and, for the sale of the public the State of Georgia.JSoc. i assembled, That the following Anactconccr.iingthe the Territory; pre-emption of Arkansas rightsin : And, provided also,

lauds within the District herein 3. And be it further enacted, counties, in the Stale of Be it enacted by the Senate and that a suitable numbr of in-lots I

instituted, there s11al.' e a land; That the several l sums hereby appropriate Virginia shall cease :o lie a part House of Representatives of the and out-I lls. in the town of (in :.d-

olm-e established h place, I :! shall be paid out of any (;f the Eastern,: Judicial District of United States cf America in Congress enhuilen, shall be laid off for said 1 f

viihih the said District, as .tin money in the Treasury not oherwibc Virginia anti shall br added to, assembled, That every per.tiuu town, embracing the improvedpart
President of the United Stales and form part! of, the Western thereof, and the fields
( 31)t'0Iriatecl! : Provided* and the legal representative adjoining I
r..lY ll'sign! l'e.Sec. however, That no money, appropriated District, that: is'to say: the counties jf f every person, who was entitledto now( occupied by the inhabitants -
2. And b? further enacted, of B,iti'U.ur, Rockbridge, AI- which shall be
by this act, shall be paid the right of pre-emption, in the platted and
T.i-it: there shall :be a Register and to any lerS0tl'for his) compensation leghuti! IJ.ith' Peualeton, Augusta Territory of Arkansas, under the numbered[), and a copy recorded in

1Lcei-appointed to said officetj who is in arrears to the United R'oingham, S l 1 c u attico ail, provisions of the act of Congress said county, according to the Laws + '
superintend ,the sales of public Frederii.fcJefl"erS'.nBerkley, Morgan cf Ohio. : '
States, until such person snail( of the 12th of April, one thousand ,
hands in the said Dhtri't,and l who have accounted! for and paid into Hampshire, and Hardy ; ana eight hundred and fourteen, entitled Sec. 2, And be further enacted,

s:1dl'side: at the place where the Treasury all sums for whichhe l-iiii, in addi'iion:' t.) the *erms oi "An act for the final adJust- That the 4,} Secretary of the Treasury -

sift office i is established: give may be liable : Provided further the District Court now holden in meat of land titles in the Sate of shall ,be, and is hereby author-

security in the same manner and That nOl'angin this section the Wcstern'Distriet' the Judge ol Louisiana and Territory of Missouri ized to appoint an agent, who shall

UiUand; whose compensation, contained shall extend to balances the said Western District shall ," in that tract of country reside near t'le said land whose

emoluments, duties, and authorities arising solely from_ the depreciation hold two terms in each year, at north of the river Arkansas, ceded duty it shall be to superintend and

shall 1, ia every respect be the of Treasury Notes, received Staunton thc county of Augusta. i IJY the United States to'the Cherokee direct the, survey of said land and

same, in relation: to the lands ton by such I p:ron, to be expended in : 'I I nation of Indians, on the eighth lots ; to :receive and pay over to

>' disposed of at their offices, as the public service ; but in all cases Sec. 2. And be further enacted. day of July! one thousand eight the Treasury the rents due, and to !

are or may be, by law, provided in where the 1 pay or salary of any That the terms of the Courts in hundred and seventeen, be, andthey become due on said lands ; to take
relation to the Registers and Re- the said Western District shall be possession of such of said
;person is withheld, in pursuancewith ; are hereby, authorized, in parts
cehersof public moneys!' in the this act, it shall be the duty held on the days and at the place: lieu thereof, and in full compensation lands as 'may be forfeited by the tj'1

seieral offices established for thesale of the accounting officer, if dtvmahded hereinafer: I mentioned, viz; at for such right of pre-emption. tenants, by reason of nonperformance t

of the public lands. by the 1 party, his agent or Slauuton, on the second Mondaysin to cuter with the Register of the of the covenants in their leases I.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, attorney, to report, forthwith, to April( and, September: at Wyihe Land Office in the'District of Lawrence ; to ascertain the actual cash _

That all such public lands, embraced the Agent of the Treasury Department Court House, 011 the third Mondays in said Territory, any tract value of each of the lots and towa I;

:. within ihe District created the balance due ; and it in A prit"and September ; at.Lewisburgon within said District, on which lots, with the improvements there- ji
h) this act which shall have been shall be the fourth Mondaysin on, and also the value of each
the duty of the said Agent, they may have made improvements tJ
cfleiccl) for sale to the highest bidder April and September: and atClal'ksburgt to the conditions of
within sixty days thereafter, to previously to the passingof subject the I:
at St. Louis, pursuant to any I order on the fllul'thIon- lease it aid' .
suit to be commenced against this act, or any unimprovedtract outstanding on by the "
proclamation[ol'the President 01'1thl such delinquent! inc his su days in Ma and OctoDer, in each within said District. the sale of two disinterested appraisers, to '
United States, and which reties. yc.uv I of which is authorized by law : be selected by the Secretary of the Ii I

lands remain unsold at the taking Washington, May 2G, 1924,.Approved.An Sec. 3. And be further enacted Provided, That no more than one Treasury, to cscertain the award v J;

tHVctof this tu-t, shall be subjectto That, if the Judge shall not attendon quarter section of land shall be to be made to Isaac Simners, Jes- ':

be entered and sold, at private act authorizing an examination and the first(day of any Court, such iold to any one individual, in virtue Walton, Ba.'zillaiValton, Jesse I :.

sale, by the proper officer or officers &:1r'Cof the harbor of Charleston, in Court shall,stand adjourned, from of this act ; and the same shall Hill, and Boaz Walton, accord- '

cf the land otTice hereby CI rat- South Carolina: of .Vt. Mary's, in Georgia day to day,: for three days, i*' the be bounded by the sectional and ing to their leases ; to receive a' ':
d, in and sub- ,and of the coast of Florida, and for same continue after which I .I
? the same manner, ; other cause ; : divisional lines run, or to be run, surrender of such of the leases-
j" to the terms and purposes. time, if the Judge still fail to attend -
same upon Be it enacted by the Senate and : under the direction the Surveyor outstanding on such lands as the
l'ie: like conditions, as the sales of Houts of Representatives of the the Court shall stand ad- of the United Stales' Lands, holders thereof may be disposed ;

-said lands would have been (subJcct United States of America in Con journed utii.il the first day of the for the States Missouri and II to make, who have, or shall first

to, i in the land office at S. Lou- assembled That the Secretary next term.Sec. linois i and Territory of A l.at tsas. comply with the conditionsoftheu.
IS, had they remained attached to gress 4. .1fdhe: it further enacted, leases the, time of the
of tlie Navy be, and he isriercby Sec. 3..dnd be further enacted, up to sur- ;
ftal o1 ce. That the Judge! of the said Court lender to the sale or' i
That superintend
"v. authorized to cause to be every person claiming pre.ference ; \!
II. CLAY made, an examination and shall have power to hold special in becoming the purchaser said lands and lots,.and to transfer
k1ero'theIlouse: of Ucprcsentativcs.JOHN surveyof i
iAILLAUD, the harbors of Charleston, in sessions, at his discretion, ai either of a tract of land, in virtue of to the purchasers who shall buyany i II{
(, of the said places, for tne trial this shall deliver notice in of said'land or Jots, subjected ::1
v. .Ii.lent or the Senate, pro tenmmre.UnSton South Carolina' and S it. .Mary's in act, a ,
'f Appioiccl, May 2f), 1824. Georgia, in reference to the expe- of civil or criminal cases. writing to the Register of the Land to the leases thereon, the lease of .

JAMES:: MONROE. p icdiencv of establishing a navy Washingtoii. { : Approved, Slay 1824. Office _for_ said______ District_ statin; the lot or land so boughtand to
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M MBWw 'I therein that he was entitled to a do whatever else may be necessary -
I yard at either of those places, for i lants.onveyed
act making further for An act to Provide. for the sale of '
appropriations under the ,aforesaid to effect a speedy and advantageous
the prcemption.right,
the nuliiuiy of the United building &; repairing sloops of to the United States in certain -
v-Utes fir the tear service one thousand eight 1 war k other vessels of an inferior cases,(and for other purposes. act of Congress, in that disposition of said lands and -

Hundred and twenty-four; and for other!.I class; and, -also, to cause ,to be Be it endcted by the Senate and i part of the Territory of Arkansas lots. '. "
F ur pnes. !I made :t'1d perfected an examina- House of Representatives of the U- ceded as aforesaid, and ajso par i- Sec. 3. And:be further enacted 1

lie it f nactfd by the Senate and ,.tion! and survey of the harbor of I nited States of America in Congress larly designating therein the 'quarter That a right of pre-emption shall -

lou.t of Repre&entativfs of the 1:i I i Pensacola; and the coast of ,Florida assembled, That the Agent section he is desirous, to enter, be allowed toJohn,: Andreas,John il
State of America in Cor1f 1 i II in order to ascertain the expediency of the Treasury be, and he hereby which notice the Register shall Neigaman, Jacob Vinsb, and Ca:1:

rrsa aUtmhltd, That the follown establishing naval 1'' depot is'authorized, in all cases where file in his office ; and, in every tharine.Tschudy, at,the real cash '. 'z" ;M

llcrch* sutra' be, and the same are i i I .at I'ensacola, or at such, place the estates of insolvent debtors case where it shall ,be proved, to 'value of the lots occupied by them, _, ;, la a i

For yi appropriated,_to wit : !I'in the vicinity of it, as, may be have been i' or hereafter shall be., the satisfaction of theRelaisterand according to: the ,stipulations of .' ".:.:0..,. '

. Indl pay of a Sup rJntendant of' most advantageous to the United, assigned tb the United States, under -. Receiver: of Public Moneys of the the said ,agreement for retroces '

ty ikn Affairs at St. Luuis, and States, and that the ,sum of five the aft of the sixth June, Land Office aforesaid, that any sion, and to any of the, leasees> for

love esrcrad hu\ian\ Ag; nts" us al- : thousand doll rsJ>e,,and' the same seventeen ,i ,hundred and ninety- person who, has delivered+ such no- any lot embracing their lease ; .,k,;:. t "

fiwe hand b.law, twenl-six thousand is hereby appropriated, for the eight, entitled "An act providingfor tice was entitled to a pre-emption and, also, to the aid. ,Society' of ,

F led dollars .' I purposes'-aioresaid, out of any"money the di charge of persons imprisoned right under said act of Congress, United Brethren, for any of. the remaining i

alluWed or pay of the Sub-Agent, as, in the treasury,'not.otherwiseappropriated. for debts due to"the Uni in th-atPrt. of the Territory of lots, or ,town Htsy to an : "';,, y 1I

oe hy law, thirteen thous and' { / ,' ted States! to sell such, estates, Arkansas, ceded as aforesaid, shall I amount hoi exceeding:the_a, '\aunt : '. ":";'. :
hundred '
dollars j t '\':l.shington.ppro"cd,. May 25tty. 1824 whether at personal, at "such have a right to enter with, theRe- :, stipulated. to [be paid to them' Iff .. -' .' i iI

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=-hf' United: States : Provided, That j ject to entry and sale at the Land ;i and thcjr 4,' duty to secure. the elec- 'payable: at the Branch Bank, 'at clothed. in rile'emblem< ,.
any of the prison* entitled to preemption Office in Zanesville, in Ohio at.: tionof President to themselves Waterford dated Sept. 6. 1823. tng-. :"'. .\ *

,' who shall be desirous to the actual cash price, ascertained t (, \ Charleston Mercury. We h compared some :of -: ,W- e, find L in the Argos .

avail themselves of such right, as aforesaid, in the same; manner REMARKABLE TREE.-The fol- these counterfeit Bank Notes, June that the tto\ernfrtni of ,,IA '?*

'" shall give notice to the said agent that other lands of the United lowin statement is taken from a with the genuine Bank Notes of nos Ayres hud de creed, o r L*e* ;
') of such their intention before the Staics are authorized to be tnler- letter >ublishea in the Southern the same banks, cenominaiion, o f' their respect furxCasar a gar E
cash value of the lots is ascertained ed ; and it shall be the duty of the Intel] ;encer. The tree was for- &c. Sec. and we feel utterly at a tus Rodney, our late &iinMihut An&QS. .

\ ; and, in the cast of the leasees, accounting officers of the Treasury -: merly n Beaufort District, S. C. ; loss to point out any difference of country, .that a M0tJ ter t owith

shtill, at or before the time of giving Department to keep a separate it has'long since been destroyed. so marked a character as wouldbe d proper inscription' ,. hlt.tt,

such notice, pay all arrears of account of the proceeds of the lots 'u Wih respect to the. Cypress sufficient to ensure detection, be forthwith erected over hi shoo. !*

tent, and surrender ,their leases ; and lands aforesaid, and pf all moneys free vou mentioned I can say no- I even from an accurate observer. at ihiir ('X pen e. a*C8a5SenotJ .

und shall, immcdiatt-ly! after the : received and disbursed on account thinglof my own knowledge. {j The engraving, the paper, the I n Int\ ira RivadiiN:

said cash value is ascertained, be thereof; and, after the expenses well remember hearing my mother filling up, numbering, the signatures minister of fojeij-n aflans fJnb *
i entitled to a patent for the Ipt or of survey and sale of said sap; she was once a* a fishing ; are all so excellently well e d on the 26th of June on boa t\.
land to which they arc entitled, asj' lots and land shall be reimbursed, party at the High Hill Pond on'done, such perfect fat similes of1j fa British packi-v tripe Ef181'hd; a ct r

aforesaid, on pacing the amount of it shall be'the duty of the Secretary Coss whachiA Swamp. On that I the original notes, that we know private mission for the rtpli \a

i: such cash value ; _or, in the case of of Treasury, to pay to the occasion twenty seven persons !I no, security we can promise the jlluenos :A're>s. "eF

the Society, on the executing and said society the sums slipulaled diced in the hollow t f the tree.- i public against imposition, if they !r The article: of Flour *asq8oiflj

4 delivering to said agent a dis- I to be paid them, and for which The inside: was constructed so as |Ir j take any notes of the above denominations I 1. at nine dollars on !board, htbt

charge to the United States, for so they shall not have taken hnds and! to have two 'stories. On the lower r of the above named Noble sailed 5 :

i' much as said lot or land, whereto lots as herein before' provided for; I or ''ground floor a circular table Banks. The Banks owe it to I The French expedition, an eta

a pre-emption is claimed, shall a-, to pay the same Simners, Hill and was laid, around which eighteen'j i themselves and the public to destroy captain Duperi, hail n jade: .o ,

mour.( to, on account of any sum i Waltons, the sums awarded ta persons sat to dim entirely within I their present plates and inportantdiscoveries of i isl ands raQ.' : I
to-becpme due them by rcasov of them ; and then to credit the residue :- tne, tree. On the second floor a cause others lo'be engraved which the Pacific Ocean. 1t

stipulations in said retrocession ; of the proceeds of said lots and table was in like manner spread, at will guarantee the public against Peru-The Argos of the last I

and no right: to such preemptionshall lands, as they shall be received, to which nine persons sat and dined. fraud and loss. dale contains borne irtt resting Or, j

lie considered as extending the fund for raising the annuity for Steps, were: constructed on the out- ,Murder-A most atrocious and ficiai documents from Peiu, !'tIt! '

.. beyond tilt time of commencing the Christian Indians so called, side by which the company as- diabolical deed took place at live to the resignation of the Vic

the sale of said lands, as hereinafter in the manner stipulated in the agreement ceud d to the second story.- North Haven onSunday morninglast ro-shiP.f that country by jjSerna. ;

directed. / entered into with them, I Query.' Is this the same tree as in the murder of Mr. Joel -These documents,lu sell.

," Sec. 4. And be (further enacted, on the eighth of November, one that into' which a farmer drove a Mansfield, of that town by his er with any other items ol IL tells.

That the Secretary of the '1 rcasu-: thousand eight hundred and twenty load of hay in a thunder storm ? wife. An examination of the case gence which our files may furnish

ry may cause to he designated and : -three.Sce. If different, were they i.ot probably -. was held yesterday morning, before a friend has kindly l ofiered J

\ allowed for public use, the usual i 8. And be it further enacted, of I the same genius and sjieciesl ; Justices Pierpoint, Barnes, translate for us forthwith
ground fur streets and alleys ins That, whenever the said Christian A ;BAll EU-UB 7 asl-A rr' I, lees, and Bishop, when the following -' It appears, by a 1 procIamauV

.tid lovvn, for public ground and Indians shall notify the Presidentof ser, inj'ennsylvdnia! have the fol- i facts appeared; That the deceased dated at Oruro.on the 21st 3l arcs

,,' for schools ; and may, moreover, the United States that they loffirjg toast at the late celebrationof had risen early in the morning last, that La Senia has Offitl4Ur

: cause to be designated and set apart wish to remove from their present Fourth of July :-The op- and niter dt'd to foddering. relinquished the post of Vice roof
lot in each of said of Gen. Andrew Jackson his cattle after which he Peru and announced
,. ," one tracts, residerce, on the River Thames, ponenls ; return- his in tco.
Dot exceeding one thirty-sixth into the Territory of the United -May, they be comforted with ed to his bed,laid down, and fell a- tion to return to Spain. His 'tea.
of each the title whereof shall harsli beards and tender laces cold His wife had for this
part States, it shall he_ lawful for the sleep. previouslyrisen sons, course are gv-l1. st
be vested in the Legislature; of the President to designate a reservation lather and dull razors." and being subject (o intoxi- length in the documents to whit Q' "

State of Ohio, and held 'n trust for of not less than twenty-four Mf. Joseph Giles, an ingenious cation, had been for several days we ;I:have above alluded. '1 hc.nb1..

the use of schools, :in the same thousand acres of land, to be held Tanner of this county, has disco- previous in a state of inebriety, of stance of them appears to be, i Cilfl

\ manner as other lands granted by by the said) Indians in the usual ,"etedand, reduced to practice a the most brutal and disgusting inasmuch as.a,royal order has beta

... the United States for the use ofi I I manner of Indian reservations, so method I of obtaining a liquid extract character. In the "unsuspectingmoment received from King Ftrdinm sae.

schools are held in thai State., long as they shall live. thereon ; r :'rom oak or hemlock bark, of sleep," without causeor daring that all acts alit e government .
." Sec. 5. And be further enacted I and from the time the said Indians sa ut:ted with the tanning principle provocation, she seized a hatchet of Spain between lie 7ih cfMirch

,-' That, immediately after the said shall remove on to said reservation tc so high a degree, that calf and struck him a severe blow 1820, and the month of(

: survejs shall be completed 1 the. the annuity shall cease. skins immersed therein will be upon the faces,'and repeating it upon October 1823 (the periuu of tht i iexi'stt..lce .

c. : cash value ascertained, and the Washington, Approved May 26 1824, j I II thor' ghly ,and fairly tanned in i the temole, buried the instrument of the late cons' lut on.
' \f" sclio.l! lands designated, the said -- -: 48 issues! ; and other,hides in time : in his head. The unhappy al system) shall be considered

4' agent: shall give notice, by advertisement HOME STIC.Uijireciatcd equ ly short in proportion to-their : woman seemed to be almost unconscious null & voiu-that his o\vn appoint.

<" }1 in one newspaper in thic .ness. One hogshead of Mr. : of the enormity of the me.nl oi"V iceroyhavin i k been: made,

,.t. Washington City, and one in Bank Pafier.-A Gik extract contains the certain offence, related and acknowledgedall within that period, is also \o;d.

";.I' Steubenville, one in Zanesville, letter from St. L.-uis of June 30th, tann\ng\ power of four cords of the particulars of the act, expressed A letter (says the Argos oUuneSO .

".. d3fi j' ,_ ,and one in New Philadelphia, 0- states that the Illinois state paper( Bark, There is no foreign substance 1 some contrition, saying ) received at Buenos Ayresfrua

'::' Jtio, of the time, net It 1 ss than sixty was selling at that place for thir- used by Mr. Giles in his 'she would give a whole room l full Lima elated the 19th April:, states: I
<.', ,t; days from the first pub-ication, t}' cents the dollar. extract, nothing but the pure tannin of guineas'1 rather. than it had that Bolivar has paid the navy is

."'j.' :- < when he will ofP'r the said ,lands SAVANNAH, July 22.Counterfeiters. .iy.ivium drawn by an ingenious been done; said they had lived hap- th: Pacific up lo that ua'.e' fond

t:;. and lots for sale, at public venuue, .-It is stated in nd peculiar process fromthe pily together, wished to attend the I that he was at TruxiliovuhI5,

.::":. ...._ at the Court House in New Philadelphia an advertisement in the Millidge- bark.' Mr. Giles has secured to funeral, and invited the bystandIers 1000 men, and general Sucre Hui-

I.-..' aforesaid ; and shall, at nIle Journal, that there are a num- lirmclf the exclusive right to his to do so.-She was committed cho with 8000. 'llns account

:.i : such 'I place, proceed to offer bet of persons travelling throughthis discovery, and is erecting works for trial at the next SUpt rio r may bi exaggerated, but the first

,.<1-Ii; 0 for sal1, to the highest bidder, State and passing counterfeitbills for an extensive manufacture ol Court. 'V care informed that she : we well know has not less ,thaa I!

.,. any of sallllands or lots, remaining of the following descriptions: the article.-Brattleboro Vt. Mes. has been a woman superior intellect 10,000, and the 1N t tee 5W0Yc 0
.rt.,1 undisposed: of, in the mannerheieinbefore 100, 50, 10 and 5 dollar bills on Tine ship Boston, which arrivedat evidences of which she often also know that he is dailY rectiT: *

,;iI provided for ; and the Bank of S. Carolina:, very well lexandria, D. C. on Saturday exhibited in her gentler moments ing. reinforcements.

N none of said lots, or land, shall be executed : 850 bills on, the Bank las t, from Havre, Drought one hunIred and a diseased imagination ..> August 10.

,,;., put up at a less sum than the actual of the United States, badl* done and nineteen men women probably led her to the tope Later 'fom France.-i i:.: Pet wcl. 1

'f; ca value ascertained as afore- S2 bills on 1 tie Bank of Augusta, 'and!children They are from Bern, missioi of a crime at which every snip Stepiiania has arrived at '

..<:J'I said ; and in case any of said lees- very badly done. one; of the Cantons of Switzerland, principle of humanity revolts. New York from Havre, having
;,"t es shall have failed, or refused to and| arc emigrating to a settlementin Thus (:<1n the moral sensibilities left that port on the 27th Jute
ST. LOUIS1issoul'i: June
'" 1.; surrender their leases, the sale l -The rains for several,) weeks, 28. the( state of Ohio or Kentucky, even of the softer sex, be blunted without General La Fayeltfi

1' shall be made subject to thos have been l'xcess'cthe Missouri formed by a few of their country and obliterated by the power of the whose preparations for a visit w,

" ., leases and each purchaser who and Mississippi have risen men., -Bait. Fed. Reft.NORFOLK. destroyer, rum.-Con. Herald. the United States could not be

:;? may purchase at such sale, shall their banks and much over : July 26. Mrs. Mansfield_ (according to completed till about the 10th July,
1 injury has
1:I' : immediately 1 pay to the said, Agentthe been sustained: by those, residing Diabolical 1J.lul'cler-Ja. Furemaji her story) had conceived the idea when, as already salt, he ..ouid' j'
amount of his purchase, and free of color husband had lake his from
I.l ;tvkt" in the Bottom land, of whom a man known that her conspired departure France.No !
I take his receipt for the amount, have been mauy us the driver of a dray in this town with Dr. Foot to poison her, and as successor had betn aj' ,oiijtel '
t compelled to
I. i., specifying the lot or land purchased The ferry boat at St. Charles was most inhumanly murdered on she expected to die soon, she wish to Chateaubriand, and the French

.- ed ; upon which the purchaser I from hill to hill, a distance passes of- Saturday night, about 11 o'clock, ed him to accompany her. She ; funt.s were improving. he Infant
}",'g''' shall bo entitled to a patent as other three miles The by ''another colored man named Jacolj states that after tilt fil'stblow, Don Miguel hau reached Paris -
Mississippi has
: purchasers of -public landsare commenced belonging to the estate of Col. (and sometimes she says after the and dined with M de Vit
?'. ,. : but in case any purchasershall will continue falling to do,So.Ve and we learn hopes I John Nivison. The act was perpetrated second,) he rose upon the bed, and at his own house. The King bid
OIl fail to make his puyment a house Church said to her I believe have left Paris
from in near a on you to take up his s:onjtr
aforesaid, at or before the close of Rocket passengers that the river steam boat street, between Maine and Union killed, me ; upon which she struck residence at St. Cloud.
below had
the sale, he shall be considered as fallen streets. The quarrel between him the second time. A little boy petition has been presented ,
twelve feet ,
nearly and t
having forfeited his 'purchase, and them is said to have 7 8 old that he ,
; entertain arisen respecting or years_ states entered to the French Chamber ol Deputies
a hope that this
the land stz'uck-ofl'to him shall be flood a woman named Julia I the room and met Mrs. 3\1. to.abolish the.guiUaluw.-' --'
will be confined within the ; :
again: offered for sale, in the same levees.Saratoga. I Bass, of the particulars of 'hich coming from it with the hatchetin It was reported in Maund, (hit
manner! as if it had never been I we| are not informed could her hand and E
nor perceiving Mr the Baron d' roles would te appointed -
sttuck off: and the said agent, SjzringaThe following they be interesting to our readers, M. in distress, he asked him the Vice-Roy of Peru. Then

ti immediaely after the close of such distinguished persons are now ''ven if it were proper to state e matter, and rvl c. 1 I. replied that a Savans think this id mcrel) *
visit this ,
on a to
shall over the delightful sumrner
pay money received them.
ox had gored him. This is
unlikely logethimoiitcfof
iVi! at such sale, and for rent retreat : Gen. Sobotker, the plausible pretext
A issued
warrant was the from the
by as nature and ex the
f Ho the United States and pescnt Governor of the Islands of y.
i ', his proceedings to the General reportnil St. Thomas and St. Croix ; Mi. Mayor for the. apprehension of. tent of the wound, it is judged that The prisons at Barcelona were
Jacob, as soon as the fact was.known he could not have spoken afterthat. filled ''with Constitutionalists win
i .Land Office and! the President I Gcner, formerly president of the
.- : and persons went in pursuit .-Journal.FOREIGN., hat been arrested since the receipt
Comes in
, shall be, and he is hereby, authorized Spain, a represen-t but has
nothing been
s yet of the decree of
v;' tive of the Island of amnesty.
whenever boundaries of Cuba ; anMr.
I heard of him that he
save made
The of ,Doa
Stantos Bishop Majorca,
:the several lots S1 ipul.led to be Suarez, also a -
representative his escape across the ferry to From the Baltimore American, Aug. 9. Pedro Vall jowho was.a deputy
conveyed to the said society, shall body from the
same Island both Portsmouth, and is supposed tohave Very late from Buenos Ayres. the Cortes in 1820 and 1821, baS
be ascertained, to issue excluded in the"
; t patents made for the Dismal Swamp. The fast sailing brig Noble received an order from the 'KtD
' .. therefor to said society.Sec. late amnesty of Ferdinand.: They ,
6. And be it further enacted, are accompanied by Air. Drake; a Beacon. Captain _Staples._ arrived at this to resign'" his BishonrickrandCallater C Col' ,
That the agent herein provided 1 distinguished merchant of Hava i Counterfeit Bank .otea.-One port on Saturday morning: in the I aid to B arond'lrolcs,

.d" for shall take an oath of office, and I na. The number of strangers a I of! the most extensive schemes oft remarkably short passage cf thir has been imprisoned on a ch'arg5
the counterfeiting, is now in actual ty-sir days from Buenos Ayres. I of having published the constitution
give bond and security, in such Springs, on the 27th July was '
r operation. We are indebted to To the
from 8 to 900 politeness of Mr. D. Tarragona in 1820. !
sum and form as the Secretary of -JV. Y. Ev. Post. the'
| politeness, of the Mayor ands Shutte who
came in June.
the direct and The Hon. De passenger
Treasury nuy be Witt Clinton ha officers of j
tI1C the Mechanics'o
this vessel, the Editors of the American We hav received
allowed and paid for his services been nominated for the office oi for had ,
0 the of ix Governor of having an opportunity are indebted for a complete from Stockholm. Ihe Iw6Jgian i
., a salary at rat? j hundred tae State of New-
t some thousands file of the Argos of Buenos Diet the decree i
dollars per annum : Provided, York, by a very large and and adopting .
respectable of new, well
r That said office shall not continue meeting of the citizens of Erie Counterfeit exe- Ayres to the 30th Jui.e inclusive;! their committee on the Consult i
is crted, Bank Notes, and, through the kindness of Mr., Hon have reject?*,:
w loiiger than to County assembled the unanimously
necessary perform at CourtHouse o n the following Banks and of
the tDe
of the Exchange Re 'the thirteen ot
t the duties herein required, in lluR'alo.-The meeting -f.ingRooms proposiiions
following denominations.
., and not longtr than one year ; and dopted a series of very animated J I Phoenix Bank of New-York. ; they have also received King, for changing certain pa+tha ct S I,

said salary.to ether with the incidental resolutions, expressive of their glO. Letter B. a file of the Mercantil to the 1st of the existing Constitution- ,
payable to G i
inclusive. tbw _
1 II expenses attending the said I high opinion of the character or Willis, dated July ,King decreed among other.
January 1. 1824 No.
survey and sale, shall be charged Mr. Clinton, of their disapprobation I 481.-Elkton Bank of Death of Mr. Rodn y.-These the power of!naming the Preside. "

{ to the fund to be raised by the sale of the legislative caucus, and RIO. Letter A. No. Maryland, papers communicate the, melan- and Secretaries of the Storthing'
of said lots and lajid. The said of the right of the people to 447, payable choly intelligence of the death of i he demanded also the suppre5 i
J. Duvall{
appoint ) dated :
!tf July 1821.
the lion
appraisers} shall be allowed the electors of President and C. A. Rodney, AmcricanMinister of that part of the ConstiM |j

sum of two dollars for each day Vice Presid nt.-The delegate $5.Manhattan No. 'Company, N ew- ork, at Buenos Ayres. He which provided that a reolntJ,< ,.
appointed 1083, payable to' H.i I '
actually employed in the appraise. to attend the died'suddeniy.on the lath of June, passed by three consecutive t ,,
ttRutgersletters; G.r. e
aforesaid and I dated June at six in the morning, and waVburied should have the force of a J* ',:
; mcnt neither the at Utica, has 'been expressly instrutted 5 1823.Franklin t
I said \, Dank of the ci- wtth appropriate ma.rks''of without the royal sanction, Jl f fdt"sirecJ
agent nor appraisers: shall be to vote for Mr. Clinton ly of New-York. No
M 803
c' .,M liberty to purchase any of the and the proceedings of the meeting ; payable to Wm. Underhill, letterC.. respect on,the following clay. His to establish! a new r j
said lauds lots. dated family were to ,take Passagfur nobility in Norway, and. '
: : or are accompanied by an address .,Nov. 25. 1823. Bank tary tt
;; of Che- k> '
", .' Sec. 7. And be it further enhcte, to the people of New-York forcibly New-York Philadelphia on board the brig A- the supreme tribunal of the ..
,nango, g3. No. 3797, merica, Captain'Neal, to sail in dom should receive tine : orN
That, if any such land or lots remain appealing to their patriotism letter D. a 'e;
b '" unsold at {public auction, as for the support of Mr. Clinton, and I dated Sept.payable 4. 1821.to Truman llank of Enos,' few days after the ,No le.' TheBuenos zp r Hon. The rejection 0.thrs":-W:

a aforesaid the same shall be sub emphatically urging their right l N'Y. Troy,I \ Ayres Mercantil which mantis has caused a Gcrttlln..stlt;
1 i' ,8.2. Letter A.. No.
3339,.I announced that death',of Mr R. is.! tion in the- C nrtlors\et 'JJt.
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'"""':-- -I aufiicient. Tn the mean time L wemust- -thi court room, called .aside by- "the i Executive Prerogative, Emotion transmitted!as soon as it,, can ,conveniently .

t (lt0 W 1P A'It beg those who have her-tofore read bur M Darby, and in the presence, to lay this resolution on be; ,done. '

1 papers without subscribing, to remember of txto of the'jurors addressed in the table failed-then it was moved Respfctfully; .;'i.>- .' ".

SAT'UUl\\" W'i"EMBER 4, lfi that establishment U expensive, and a manner which he considered to reject'the resolutioh-but no JOSEPH ANDERSON. .
; .
.1.1.U pur patrons few;'and those who are in the threatening :tc insuaing Sc at the N
N u.L )( F.STEELS esquire, question was tak 'n before the r Com(ptrollerCENTERED. l :
'the United Statet for the Diitrict c/ habit of ending the Gazette to persons same_ time was furnished by hi e. House adjaurned.--Pt'ter'6urK

j who! have not heretofore taken it, we D. with of his pamphlet 'Vf&ufiy 5. V '
Florida left this city on Saturday copy Thursday morning, iuf. mw .
tll Sunday last in the Revenue Cutter Flo- I would respectfully request to discontinue recently published, against the I _The House of Assembly has refused

,, leavillg' Ills friends, who were. his a practice so injurious to us, and induce Judges of the Supreme( Court. to adjourn. The vote was I PllT OF P EeN'S.J.l10iAl.

ptL ecurit'es' in a P rison-bounds bond, rt- those who t ink it worth taking, to become The next; morning, the Judge, after -: taken last evening at about seven 1

fur the amount of the judgment subscribers. \ charging ihejury in the cause 1 o'clock, after a warm day's tear". .-
.poluhble We have some time intimated before Mr. Darby The and August J28tr. Sc!, Henrietta
which he was Impnsoned. ago, them, called up question was put, carried I r. ,
10 c our intention establish a branch of our and after some preliminary by a vote of 68 io 49." i Qui 6 glea, New-Orleans, Cbr-o,27

of the ; office at the Seat Government, and we remarks, in the course of whicn : bbls.: flour, 13 bbls. pork. 42, boxes "

(';ta. JlVtfcon.j-Awarc having1he vac ncies in our impor-City assure our friends in that quarter that we it Darby acknowledged himselfthe RICHMOND, Aug. 13.-1 be dray : soap, 2 tiefces and 1 box. bacon,

tsnc Council crat'filled by the most intelligent i and have not forgotten, or lost sight of it; at author of the pamphlet, the ma is over in New-York.-The I and 5 bbls.:; sugar, to Joseph i'or- ,

addressed present it would be useless to attempt name of Patrick H. Darby was ordered Legislature has adjourned-no syth-2 -hhds. tobacco, 1 cask
men among us ; we -
Respectable note, in conformity with the wishes the publication of a paper at Tallahasse! to be stricken from fire roll change in the Electoral Law. wine, 3 cases sugar 5 bbls. sugar,

,fa a number of our fellow citizens, to two but so soon as the population there is of a 1 torn ys.. But on the appiica- As a great general principle, the 3 bbls. pork: 40 pieces cotton bag-

*ntlenien, requesting permission: to I'eI1I11It'IUj sufficient to give the least hope of support tion of Mr. 'Darby, himself, and People ought to have the power of g ing, 12 coils bale rope, 5 bags coffee .
1 P tiieiii, as fit persons tor the. office they shall hear further from us on his counsel, :\1 r. Claiborne, a rule electing their Electors. 6 boxes window glass, 3 boxes t! 1

; the! object cf the note was to aster the subject. Was granted him to show cause to .- The preceding session had, however candles, 1)) box chocolate, 8 bbls.

ti-n healer they would serve if elected, i In this paper: we have completed the the contrary ,until Monday; and on decided othel'wise-no extraordinary rice, 8 band-boxes', 1 keg shot and II

i publication of 111 the laws of the United Monday further time was allowed case had subsequently 3 bbls. rum to ord- ..
th--t ve mi;;lit all be united and not w. ,te [ ,
Oar tile by choosing those who will not I r States, which we have received, and shall until Wednesday. On Wednesday occurred-and as a constitutional Schr Trial, Dominguez, Appa "

or c/nnot scivc.; One of the gentlemen I hereafter be enabled give our readers Mr. Darby' appealed in court, question, the governor had no latchicola, Cargo,_ 17 hala'! )> cuUn,

r'p IC.1, that i his business ws such asJ'JM I more variety. together< with Mr. Claiborne as I right to convene the Legislaturefor 250 bushels corn and 300.Ibs.'but- }I

it out of his his counsel; and offered sundry, an extraordinary session.nyuirer..' ter to F. Pasquier. i'
\\: put powcto serve, -
H-refore he could COMMriIcLTEn reasons: why: he should not, and Schr. Good Intent, Weeks, Boston t
a'ill not give us the.frr..son
: the
other E'vr- I'ensussla Gazette j could ,not, be stricken from the T 30 da\ swiih a cargo of onions j
we requested. The retursvd Mu.'HUNT,
: from the J\akville Glett to the master.
roll others that the li .
( u: tl.e! folo; rinif answer, which we A writer i in your last paper, over the among THE I-IERl\11T\GE.-G'neral I : E
puV.iflli, n-grrtting1 the incompatibility (I signature of Investigator:, ails; information cents of an zafcorli'y was a. grant :0th-Sloop Columbus Weightman -
several from the Stat which could not beicpeued. Jackson at 3 o'clock to-day gives :Mobile Cargo, 5 mules t-.'
:.n.l 1 doubts as to eligibility, which he ex- ou points! respecting the 1 i .
< should be insurmountable power and proceedings of the City;Council Mr. D. alsn disclaimed, a dinner to his neighbors and ac- bundle blankets, 2 crates Crockery
se they i
I lre ; ,-to these I would reply, that if the on oath intentional ,quaintances. The invitations we ware and 1 Demijohn Runt .
any contemptor to
recommend his clec-
cfcy.Tscie cannot
City Council are empow-red compel the understand are numerous, and aall Danl.! E. Burch U. S.
:fir. ,
indig its| to court. Quarter
ton, but should! he be legally elected, we the"attendance of absent members" "and J
trist tint he may yet be induced to servc. may, with the concurrence of three Crabb being I called on by the the world" are going. Horses M aster. ,

J'nrt'ie second member to h e elected, weoui'Mlves fourths of hc whole, expel any member" ," court, as attorney of the United gigs and carriages, are everywhere CLEARED.

ft'ss at a loss fora candidate. will Invcstig or or any candid man pre States, conceived himself boun.i, about our city in requisition Aug. 31st.-Stoop; l
o.1 tend to Sa\, that it requires greater power and we observe hy bills that Weightman'
as an officer jof the court, when the Tampa Bay, Cargo, J
hare received several communications i ,
*e to reject a resignation,than to expel a
the steamboat President is for 29000 bricks
of the up by
court 'was Quarter Master
dignity f
concerned 4
recommending", different persons, but member or compel him to attend? Ad-
for the to afford his counsel and advice passengers to the immediate of the U. States' Army.ARRIVED. .
Laving seen all the gentlemen named,and nut example City Council had t .:
t tindua the nominations: would be ratheroflenbive ,* no right to refuse to accept a resignation if required. He entered into neighborhood of the Hermitage, ,

,I otherwise when presented by a member a bt'd'f history of. the practice withregard to depart at 8 o'clock today, and Aug. 28th-Sloop Almira ial: t ;.
than we must declininserting e what might be the result? any four members cited tlwcases" return in the.fclrenoon of to-mor l let, Bay of St. Andrews, '
to contl'mptsand Cargo 8
them. \Vc thin* it of the ut- immediately after the annual cite ,
which! would Authorize row. All the grave and all the bales cotton to N. H. Allen.
lion and after had anattorney ,
raJ-st importance that gentlemen of tncy sworn "that they
; and talents should be selected,capab.litv and I would, to the utmost of their power, support to b: stricken; from the gay are exprr.ted to be there, andas Pilot Boat Edipsei\lobile{ Point. i:

that but ,advance, and defend the;good order, roll, to wit : for malpractice, such we intend" tj sport our spectacle with passengers. _
necessity :
hope nothing imperious < peace and welfaie of the city of Pcnsaco- 1.1 *" in the crowd, we entrust the 30th.-Schr. Bachelor, Maura : iMubile "
as over hioneys collected
no paying
will present such men, when! called on, la and its i i- hdt:111IS"shoxltl! from themrst ,
packing of to-day bound
as attorney; hubkuil drunkenness -' our papers, entirely to St. Marks. '
from serving the pu'iiic! even at somelittle trivial causes, or to gratify political
to the clerk, and shall mount 31st.-U. S.
so as to incapacitate him Transport Schr. r
rhattt icmyeuckc: :. prejudices; leiuler their resignations: to
the boom:, and 1 the board had no power to troth attending .lo his duties in our poney and wend with the Surprize, Wilson, Mobile Point, j

1'cnsaculs, Sept. 1st, 182 J. refuse them-what wuu!d. be the consequences court ; notorious': ) bad character ; throng. with passengers. ; ..
7T. JJ: :!Hunt.. rag. that would follow: ? The Cit S<
) rude 'and conduct wa.- pt. 2d.Barge Elizabeth
ajid : insulting
/}/. 7Vi. ( ., ,
; :Fite, would be I left without a board until the
Dmn SIR-The polite:; m\nnerin which next annual election, no business>>could be toward the :,'court. St. AugURtine, July 24.-A Compton, Perdido, with lumber to I

: fur permission: to use n.y name as cr>uld be passed, and of course course of the investigation, that in this city, with a capital stock SAILED. '
an AUlormanin jour City Council, at the could not be paid, the interests of Individuils I Aug-
the court \Vas, the proper Judge o f of g2.500.-The Company expect Intent
approaching election, demands from men t well tin
; as as. city would sutt'-r by Weeks, :Mobile
anstv r. I should be doing violenceto the curductofth'psevcrt' men, to whom its own dignity, or coitempts offs.- to keep one or more vessels upon U. Point.
my f feelings; if I did not ssv lam tlatterCu you had entrusted the government of the ed to it, ; independent of the bystanders the ground in the fall. This.asj- S. Revenue Cutter Florid .

at this iutcjuicd kindness, ai the tame Citythe oath is the only I bond or obit to whom the address of ciation may be consider. d of someimportance and her_ prize Schr. Fell's Point of

time must !beg leave ;o decline, thinking gation given, in this compact between the the defendant seemed directed : & and ,we hope that it Ba1timorf'lobi1e..
i'.ncomat; ble with: my present duties as Aideruien and the
Commissioner! of Latul{ Claims, and having it citizens; and howevertnriisig in the impartial, exercise of the discretion will be encouraged to make fur 31st-Sloop Almira, Mallet, -
may appear to some, t consider of
d.nbtsasto my er.gibility.: It is true no it the mint solemn! and obligatory ot all 1 allowed, him, under all thf ther investment, and finally by the Bay St. Andrews Cargo groceries

nun is more anxious: than myself to acquire contracts, he cannot! be released from u circumstances, he deemed it Justand aid of the government, be able to bv N. H..Allen.

the good opinion: of the community" without the consent of his colleague,who -prop r. that the name of Patrick displace the N. Providence wreck Sept. 1st.-Schr. Bachelor,Maura *-
in winch 1 reside: vet 1 want this gobdo- are equally bound with him to maintain I H. Darby should he stricken ers. St.
pinion by a slow, direct: and steady march witn
the contract the
city ; a resignat on
in correct conduct and purity of acti from the roll of attorneys of that -+-
n in this case is a request to be disclurge.1 Marks.liewai'
My residence aannathe Citizens; of Per from the contract fixes have entered into, court-wiich! was done accordingly. GEN. HULL'S' LETTERS. S

sacola has been of too short a duration to and of course is: a ielition, which in most:: I j We publish today the concluding 4

have I :..jrcevitii developed! you what that the I air office and should who 1 am.be cases because is there thankful!): and read.ly received, The foregoing is merely an outline letter of Gen. Hull to his fellow 1- '. TILL be given for the appre

filled are; generally many anxious i of the! case, and may be in citizens. His has I f
by '*d case nowgone hension of
good a intelligent men, (r r- !)' waiting to supply the place as soonas n,y negro man
%retting iie resignation of the two \vor- it beculI1clcant. some respects slightly incorrect, to a jury of his peers, and

toY iiK-iubers,) and will render my heart) But there are cases and times when I! !out is believed to" be not material l- whatever may bethe verdict, it HARRY .

ou-uei. 'ratio ;a delecting men well quahd the: good ol'tue; City imperiously demands ly so.-! r. Darby speaks of takingthe must be fin al.-These letters have a I;

; I their attendance, and it is to these that 1 case to the Supreme Court. been re published and read with
It is de irlJ1ethat there should hurt 1 )if taken '
very I. principally ullude. But it is i out of this County, and
cniijiniiiglement.) of good feeling in the! to say more ui support of this unnecessary supposition great avidity in every State in t hd' '/ confined in any jail so that I recover .:

L-Mivl' ; we are all citizens of the same go- I -:-for the; case; to which I presume Investigator CHARLESTON August 7. Union, and have undoubtedly produced i- him; if brought and delivered 'I

Tu'timtMieureall Spaniards are : alludes, and the only one io From Havana.' -My the Radii 1 a great changt of public opinion to me in Conecuh County, near
nil.ncnca..:s ; He have all but one inter* which! could) &c have Cotton's Bluff. I will all -
uc allude is this-a member Sally, Noyes, .we rectivedHavana in his favor. They brit e pay r asonable
tat, u'?,should Have !but one object, and in addition.
I prevented by indisposition; &c. tram at- to the 1st ins expenses Twenty-five dol
tat! papers produced such a change in
the our
pubis good. Time and ex-: t::llttl'lalllSiCldUt'3C.i.: illbr to the board t.r. lars will be given if he is taken in Conecoh
!Vvr.ei.cehicu arc alone the test ito ins excuse only, alter staung his lea Contents anticipated. The follow16'ing own opinion. But nevertheless_ we County and deUe.eJ to me. HARRY ,
ir'",th, will disclose whether I act up I .oksuie boarJ to uccept hi> resignation, is an extract of a Letterd to are as we hope the public also are, very black, has a round face and is well \

.:ll'M' sentiments. I feel no hesitancy in, Uu' ,iiieuiucr who' preheats it to tine buurd Editor, dated. open to conviction. There area I- made:: : he is quite polite in his address j

pronouncing the cilice a respectable art t .clUarks) tAal .t \vus intended, as much t tti for "Havana, July 51.-The 'Pirates wayS two sides to aquestiun, and and very forward in discourse with white '
audit is the duty ot'each and ','cr;' c. ; an excuse as a people : is well known in Pensacola and
resignation, tnat his healthvuula and
sen well : privateers are now making : we have already been requested to
qualified, when called on, to b Cl \ soon be- restored its vicinity, and has no doubt shaped his
u it. lain ,'e,) Kebpccif! )', ur ins non-aitendaiicc reino\ed,& he a.taoid atir: sad havoc on the northerncoast present the reverse of the picture course for that place.

CUAVKN 1-'. LULKETT.Ollr to resume hisj seat; he tiirrclore of Cuba. The last, in the which Gen. Hull has drawn. Gt i. HAftHY had on when he went away a

noted, liiiu for tiie present It be laid oniiie opinion of all honest men here, H. A. S. Dearborn, in the absenceof short bombazette coatee of a brownish ,

"hea The taulc, winch was unanimously 1grecdUand are no better than the first-the his father from the Country red;,colour, a bro..d brimmed wool hat con
present number -
six months sitc't.. comm'enct'cltilc completes \cuter on aitiiougu the journal it was unnecessary of to s Me object of both is plunder. The has thought it his duty to reply to : siderably made shoe worn*,! think, high.quaitered he uad on no waistcoat country

publication of the Gazette, .and on ,a:1 on Cite table, until a after copy it was a paper turuicr 1 Pirates roo the American and the that portion of Gen. Hull's Memoirs and his pantaloons I cannot particularly

, nlakingup our accounts, we have no rea-: disposed of by the board, yet when privateers rob the Spaniards.Most which relates to him-the.. describe ; he is a very crafty fellow, and

Mn to be dissatisfied with the patronage lust cop was acco'mpamcd by the express of the vessels coming to this publication of which will be commenced i- and will no doubt try to pass for a free man*
declaration that such u was are overhauled either the may probably change his clothes.
by in
we have obtained, as it has fully equallediar paper port our next.
*e\c.\'Clf, l'cad.1111 laid on the table, and one or the other.-Sou. -Patriot Boston Statesman. William Taylor.
in the
expectations present situation: rfiuu the journal further su>sthat A ir. Conecuh County, Alabama; _
..cfeuir country. It is true we have foundfa WHO on the ofl':red his re- 28tii August 1824--26-4w. '
and still do find it, hard to get along gnation, appeared on the and NL\V-YORK LEGISLATURE.The TilE NEW TARIFF. ,
With Uic consent oi tue bu.L.d withdrew it; a ndr contest in the Lesisla'arc I
our establishment, and we need took,, seat. From the above facts it ,New-York was not decided n The following Circular, from Notice.
much, the.liberal of all! ap .the Office will
encouragement pears that the board nave acted perfectly Thursday 5th. Comptroller's serve
'* On' the Senate
.>'itv ; but we expected difficulties; in theLcgv.imng ceoding and without deciding formallyon Tuesday came to others some additional information : AN ELECTION win be held at the
the resolution, that the extraordinary Court House in this
important question-have b city, to choose Tty d
and feel confident that ) a rt'utar ; as to the operation of the newa vv, -
by -
pursuing and consistent course of proceeding call of the Legislature! !>> ALDERMEN to fill the vacancies in the
that course which we deem J,cst Tariff of Du'ies, which may be City Council, occasioned the
preserved the requisite majority in unconstitutional; irregular, itrv it- by resignati !
calculated to benefit the community in ge-; tie Council, and prevented the city from id, and, therefore proposing an useful to them.[Nat. Int. ns of' Col.John Miller and Ferguson U

r.rn.1 l, we shall, as the country becomes being left without.a board and all the attendant till November. 4dCircular to Collectors, A aval offi Nisbet Esqr.

wore settled,.as roads are cut and mail evils thai would follow.. Investigator jourmnent sera, and Surveyors. Bea j. Wyman, n 1
In the House of these
therefore need not be under Assembly,
rputs established, obtain the any apprehensions Treasury Department* Fran. P.: Palmer -
J. patronage that the acts are .illegal,, but resolutions were laid upon the taCamptroler's Office, May 27, 1824. .
eccsary to enable: us to continue our> console himself with the reflection W. Hasell Hunt
ble ;
on Wednesday-and on Thurs- SIR: As the act approved on ,
paper with profit to ourselves and satisfaction .| the.. Ordinances. are both legal and expedient > | various pjensacola, Aug. 31st 1824.
dey, resolutions were proposed the 22d in -t. entitled. "An act to : ,
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to our friends. ,?ana will be promptly enforced. r --- -- -
land points of older discussed amend the several acts
In l.lL UN I't U'1'H. 4 imposing THE 1 UNDERSIGNED
our past course we have but finally u resolution. was duties' on Imports." is to. ihto ,
the gratification of ; go on hand and offers for sale on vc
bclieviner, that we passed, 75 to 44, that if the hon- the first of HAS
have from the MuTmOe Whlf, July 26. operatiun on July next, favorable terms,the following-arj
given .
. general satisfaction to the erable: the Senate concur herein, a 1 there is not sufficient time left to ticks,viz :

. most reasonable. among our fellow-citi- LEGAL. bill ought to pass at this session, make an alphabetical table of he 1 I I Superfine Flour .

*.en ; that we have dissatisfied but few, Contempt of Court.The first' restoring the choice of electors to different articles, under the different Superior Rye Whiskey- ,
*nd N. Orleans Hum and Tam
r' that we havemade many friends and case ut'this description winch has the pqople." This resolution was heads of ad valorem and specific do. Molasses, '

enemies ; a momentary feeling unfa- I come within our knowledge as occurring sent to the Senate.On'Thursday ., duties, so as to be transmitted N. York Anchor Gin- -. '
noble to us has sometimes been excited in this Stale, toot place it :Winter strained Oil ;
in evening was received sufficiently early to reach ,the Sperm. ,.
some (fur who can please all) but we f! rt'ccnlljn the Federal Court, now in the _Senate. The: Presi- ,more distant ports, before the Mackarel, No. land 3, ."
believe this feeling has vanished tu I session here. Iti the Rice, N. O.& Havana brown Sugary
on a:l argument dent of that body determined the new duties, imposed by ,the act on Double and
proper understanding. To the friends of a cause, Patrick H. Darby single refined Loaf do?
pod resolution to be out of order A the articles specified, therein, will Havana and St. Domingo Coffee
supporters of our establishment we was stopped by the court,. (Judge motion was made to suspend all have to be collected. Black:;Pepper* ,

them:.cndcr our warmest thanks and assure M'Nairy) and reminded liiat hew orders. and rules of the Senate interfering Jt has therefore, been deemed Sperm and Tallow Candles,

'\ our that they shall ah(' '1 find us true to 4 s wandering from the subject, with: this question. The advisable not to ,delay the transmission ,Liverpool blown and ground salt; .

Food professions regard- for the public and, as he understood him,making President decided this motion also of.a copy of the act which land a Prime quantity- Pork of,Bacon Bale Rope; Soap;
and ,just receIved.by'
weawre of ready to lend our feeble and to serious' charges.against the Judges to be out 'of order-and an appeal is, accordingly, ,subjoined hereto, (the Schooner Henrietta, from N.Orleans

We general utility. I oi the Supreme Court, which!were being taken to the Senate, for your information and govern: Joseph Forsyth.
intend to use all the irrelevant o the: and could .r
exertions in ; cause
Our power was confirmed, by them, 12 to10.. ment. .' Pensacola Aufc 27tht,18U-3L. :," ,
nails to sustain our press until the I not be tolerated. At a subsequent On the same evening a resolution The table alluded to, with such ;,-;

t our arc properly established through I period.of the Cause,the judge having was offered in. the ,Assembly, explanations,as upon lt examination -, l! 1X'rlj: : .

ft: COunt>-,"nd then we anticipate that incidentally .left'. bis beat_ for declaring this;call of the .Legislature ,of the act,- may .appear to Executed- with neatness and:-:...

-uppn r.ffurded, will be ample aida J dinner, in returning. .' it was, inV !io bo an_ indiscreet! ., exercise o f be requisite, will be, prepared and despatch at this efkej ; '"

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.:i..}J L,:'j J.Jl, Ctutom House, Pensacola, l.lu1 hills sale ffi@@J 9. :S'l OB:U F. j
I '' Ir' \ 16th, 184.MYI .5 ilravdeeiU, : 01 pow- I Sj1l1C03IS ? JI..N18DE'l'
'VILL JUornt.bonds &c. in theI Lait kecci-vcit
i is fIJi t. ICE of jier hri'g
I UOYV (hihcuh it pt "Jlh: schooner Caravan riror '_
U and attend to tecci\cdper !
forms, any
: S h'al' jfi old ':habits. and luchaU0f To Master of JVr/after round. most approxeother wrIting xxhich n.ay be con.m.tted to JUST from Nexv-York, an addition to J\ 1'hiladttjihia. & :"'clcl,

- .i opinion'svlncn ha\e horn LiUtI and andon tIe former supply ol books, among whichare from J
ing Tartar Point. him, with pr(imptness accui; Cj" .N'c7.U-Orlcan8t
. thrm 1 lYom Hit u"cliiliitiouu! .-\ b'I1- reusonab e/ terms ; his situation in the following : :
BTfTHK Collcct) has fixed a lamp at the M. Honpn's \\ ell,b the author of ll'averlyIidiiigfieli''s fO Packages IJiy Goods '
. tlernun met a man j;uilli f lo ilLi corm-r of the Custom-House \\hch the clerk's o :ice an application Medical Practice I ,
\'I h a b...j; oi j.}rain on nin bucU, xx ill be lighted cxerj e\'l'mnK, for the benefit to him clnH'pl nl 4111mslrument for those who max of ,vmting be- )-I'anklin'tJourlle) to the Polar Seas,

and dtiullirr bcg ticd .U ihc fUI'.att'r of hose who arrixe utter dark, to about which to execute isto| be recorded. Ilajji Ilaba's Adventures, DOMESTIC plaids andstripe.

! and h.lng"'b il-jxxu In'fort. l't.'lI h enable them to come, up to the propel I \Val o's Naval lieros, Prose by a Poet, I i Checks fctickirgs sheetings, ,

? that tin )Litter iuu hiaicrl)' anything anchorage.Point, N. N. The I:'., distant I i ight about bears b from( the.- j\ i tl'C I iall Gun Finuler.THE Colcman's Songster's Anecdotes Museum, Salem Witchcraft, Superfine and low priced clothCassimcres *- ,
i iJw ,
. ;4 \ita ii, hi aj kt a I lie man xx nut The depth of water xx'.11' xary from 7 to 4 Subscribers, agents for the pro Kgan's Sporting Anecdotes, ; Ladies white and and s-atiinels black ,

I '1 had llicic t>o heavy as 10 balance fathoms. Gomi anchorage will be louwl ; 1tor will be constantly supplied Gregory's Chesterfield, 2 v( lt.Chuflottc's Gentlemen's while cotton'Jlose

the gr .tui :-'tunes, sir. nxi xviialm in a tlil'ccllmt' from the light in 2 to 5 with this powder which has been hiKhl.yapproxed ; Letters to Wirier, hose, and marble, kt*t,

f ; .\.u iru'me-i.jdo, with tht' atom b f fathoms. 19-tf !>.v! \\hoJiaxe used it, and is II"mornort's neW collection of Anecdotes, Cotton and worsted .
wn fIj NOlhiuJ
trouble of Holding tilt' gluila1f bag Sheriff's Sae. it ,is xxarranted equal, if itotsupeiior, of La Peyrouse's VoyageLiving Plays3 vola. lins for dresses, flew & fashioniarticles kmt
II in
; : any luade the United States, and far New Robinson Crusoe, 'c
with my hands, but Avouid n"lll LAST NOTICE.ESCAMP.IA above London. Towel Proof. Fur sale [. Phillip's Speeches, Txtier's Elements, 9-8 and 6-4 cambrlcks and Ja

do us wit to put half < he tjiain in COUNTY COURT. by i 0 i Tales of lv indlord, 3d Series, Irish Linens assorted, oncts;

front, ando tlmnv a\\uy the Win. A. Hell "f A. STONE & F. B. NISIJIT.1O Scott's J.aiyofthe Lake, Linen CambricJikfs. nuns threads.

. stours? Th man (Juj,'( ll'd-;hat vs. >fi. fit. () Kegs Just H-e ceived.tiy Walker's Three Spaniards, 2 vols. Silk and Merseilles vesting,

lit \\';.*-> us, d I to the otm-r \\ aj but Collin McRae. 3BY Butler's Farmer's Manual, Brown Ilolhnds, ,
virtue of this execution, I shall proceed li'illiapi P. Uuval Governor of Jlarbauld'.s Lessons icith colored plates, English & India, Bandana &
lie xvas iH'iMiaurd to make the exP flag hkfs.,
to sell for cash, on Tmsdathl..' the Territory of PlQrida.I liepping's veiling's: Entertainment, Cotton Flags and pocket hkK
:: \ mm-nt. Nexvick, how. xcr, 5th day October, at 12 o'clock,' at the PROCLAMATION.WHEKEAs F.wing's Geography Gregory's Legacy, I: Nankin Crape dressesfigured

lie: u'as utrl again vviin tiLt stoiH'S court house in Pensacola, the following I : Locke's & Bacon's Essays, [(! lllack Italian: Crapes, ,

:t in tIll' bag, and said t that hi iounu .. described property vu : J in pursuance of an act lIodg( on's Lett :Ts, Linnet Song Rook, II j I Leghorn !hats,
Coancil of the Life of .'1".tnkl Washington's Life,
the gtain as his I Two one frame bu Idings ana a variety of other staple and
it t'asm- to cary story ; ol'i'Iorida fancy
Territory approved the 24th Watson's Philip 2cl and 3d, 2 rols.Hawcs' 1 :
fartiu-r iad carried it bt lore him. ; 14 "f[ 20 feet biO. ,situated on La ISo- Ib23 tides. '
: day of Jun :, Commissioners Life of Newton, Putnam's Life, i
N I maim suret, No. )0d Irec 11! 7 cases gentlemen's and boj's
IVuj'ebboi1 Pot on was once irV I I } appointed t1) select the most eligible! and Ronnpartc's Life, black bea\er&. drab
: the Mansion :house ofCekstinu castor hits of
,4 aT'opposite convenient situation for the of ttj*,
hell seat crox'eminent Lectures,
coach \ a3'uitig Astley's Cooper's
Vt'liing! a Mage NMr. (ionzales, aid now occuf latest fash'on! ,
; ofthe
\ ; Tenitory of Florida, and Meuical Histories
Ferrer's ,
Oxonian flesh It .ni col- 2 cases fine &c.
pied by Mr. James Pcndletoi, a., a blacksmith the said Commissioners have reported tome Murray's Matcria Medica, cutlery, table knives
tin ladies wiia Ii a's shop. 'I hese buildings are situattd and forks,
legc, was
the- have
: uniusiug tlut selected a scite in the .
: Phillips on Indigestion .
.: I upVn ground leased of Mr. C. (;oiiza- hives, scissors, razors,
,. x .n i.-ly of talk, and amuii&t other County of Gadsdcn, situated"ab ut a mile Raudelocque's ) .' &c, Etc. needles:
it '
which but
los few months
!1,1 things xx ilh a quotation, as he said, expires in a soutlux est from the old deserted fields ofTalhliasne Toller's Law of,Executors<< 2 bales -
understood thc lease be rer.e"l'dupon Osnaburgs
is :
A l reek CUll ) about! a half mile south cf theOkek'ckny Blac kstoue's Commentaries 4 tol:.
liom quota- 30
hophoiiib. pieces
::4 very favorable terms. Seized at and Tullahasse cotton bagging,
tjpail, at a Psalms
1 c' lion, and in a coach too, roused tHe suit atbrcs\ul, and will be sold to satisfy here the old road is intersected Bishop Home on the ALSO; ,
& point xv Spanish( Marsha Friend's Family, &c. &c &c. 50 barrels
our numbering; professor, from a : this execut'l n. by a| small trail I running southxx'artl-i WHICH, whiskej-,
i 7
do loaf
:-t kind of dot; bin' 'l!pin a snug corner >Vm., .Davison, I ly." In the: exercise of the discretion}in 1 together with the stock heretofore on 5 casks L sugar P. r
qr. TencrifTc
of.t1tt' vi'hiile: shakiii;., his ears, sheriff E.: County. me vestedjby, the said act, and-for the information hand, composes a very extensive and general 1 pipe cognac brandy vine,
SflCt'ijf'8 Office Pfnsacofq. jof the good people of this Territory of books and will be
and!; u1jl) ng his eves, "I l.iink assortment : 1 do Peach brandy. ".
1824 2V-1 nits. 1 have thought to issue this at for cash. ,
said he ** .ilgustitll., < proper sold theNew-York prices : 1 do gin,
1. JO nig gentleman, you Proclamation, the members
I my Country Merchants and public 01 private 4 casks
ri labored us just nov\ with a (jUod:1 ot the Legislative! Council of the 1e! ritory Libraries furnished on the most liLcral 15 qr.barrels dry Malaga wine,

: 4: tion i from S iphocles; I docitoi nap- Sheriff Sal& Florida;! to alembic at the scile aho'ctescriuedi' terms, and such books as are ordered and Young Hyson prime, and pork

::1 1 ])1'110 ":co.Ieet itt IMC." 'UI sjr,' LAST X07'JCE. \ on session the day thel'eof.I appointed by law are not on hand, will be procured with as Gun powder do. in canisters Hyson skin, td L,

iejlied our "T\ro, lhe quotaiioi: ESCAM1UA COUNTY COUKT little delay as possible. Orders from a Coffee, sugar, flour, soap, Sect oil,
Given'under hand and the attended lo cop.
I my distance will be as promptly ,
, is word lor word as I havc lepeaicd } PhilipePrietoEx.&c.;) "" seal of the said Territory at and meet with the same liberality as a peras, allum, salt&c petre starch, pppr.,
pimento, indigo! &c
' it, and ill Sophocles) loo; but i \'s.J. > fi. fit.I. I Pensacola, the 4th day of ersonal application. ;
: since' J. M. De Losada. ) March, in the of 1 jJO kegs paint, white, green & UUCf
i suspect, sir, it is some time xear our \v. Hasell Hunt. 2 casks brown
'ihe FJ virtue of this execution, I shall pro- \ Lord, one thousand eight Spanish ,
: you were at college/ piolessor 2 tons Swedes
Jt cced to sell for cash \ hundredand iron,
b on Tuesday, txx entx -four,
his hand to his \ AN ORDINANCE 5 cwt ste1 '
c ,
applying greatcoat the 5th day of October next, at 11 o'clockA. \ indoi the Independence of
, d' and taking OUt a small pocket M. at the Court House in Pensacola, \ the United States of Aineri- To t1revellt/leojde from bathing in On Consignment.

It ct edition of Sophocics, (!iuiCil\ the following described real estate viz : \. CI, the forty eighth. the day time infront of/he city. 50 barrels corn meal,

- ";;) asi t'd him if he could be kind e- One lot in the city, of PensacoJa! situated N 'WILLIAM P.lJUV AI... BE it ordained j',the Board of Alder- 300 do. corn. in the ear.

? 110Uhh h) sLow him the passage in on Pensacola Hay, No. 10, and bounded By the Governor, of the city of Pensacola, that June 5th-13-tf.

. t3 slion in thatliltlc hook.I After eat by Madam buurez: \\ est by Hat hanr Gto. \\'ALT t from and after the seventh day of June -.
.: qm / (:(-ntcno, north by Sarago street, Seo'rv:' Florida. current, no person shall bathe in front of Te-r-rit-r

. ..n ttiminuging I the pages for somethat trortingthe bay 80 feet by 190 deep March 13-'l tt. \ the city; during the day time, between of "Flo-ri\\a.

: :; ";':: : he I'l'plied'u pUB second Saul lot has been leried upon, and will :By the President! of tht United Stale' the Point Verducant and the Bayou de la ESCAMU1A COUNTY COURT

'" ,t-;, tt1rAi1hts.- '-, -I now,. recollect- - tilat- tlH'uI" be sold to satisfy the aforesaid execution N pursuance of law, I,'JAME!* MON ROE, Aguada, and any one violating! this orch February Ijerm, 1824. 5'
'"'.4 1; : pi "il.} is in Euripides.' 4Theipfihapssir tu1 co t. I President op the United States, do nance, if a white person or free, shall ()N motion of \Villian }-. Slcele F..i.

c.I' : : and make knuvni pay a fine of two dollars, or in default quire. Attorney for the Territory,
.i W. hereby proclaim that
said the professor!: Davison. tiereofshall xvorkatthe public works of &c. Ordered, That the dtfuult-ng: Grand
public tale wilt be held at the town of
, :;YID:; putiinH his hat.d again into his Sheriff Us. County.S1ie'i's Jackson, the seat of government, of the this city eight days, or if a s.ave, shall receive and Petit J urors at the present term ot this

:t''i: .pocket: : 1'ld. handing hm a similatedition ; Office, PnRa cola, state c.f Mississippi: on the Jlrst Monday ten'lashes, unless the owner should court, do s'lcxv' cause if any there beatthe

; ..-dj of Luupid' s. 4y'.u will bt .1113'8t *tli, 182-- 22-Imts. in December next, for the disposal cf the pay a, fine of one dollar.. next October term thereof; WIY: i.fine

::'; ,::;;jf.f; f -. so g-iod us to Hud ii 'fur I1lf, 1111'1 Land !situate in the'folloxvmg described Jj .. :II. Kisbet, should not be assessed upon them severally -
:r' t 1:1foy\\\a\ \Va\\icd. townships and fractional townships in the President Board of Aldermen. for their said dtf.mJt-thc G1".mdJu..
j4 lit tie hook. 1'111''ClUIl'.". Ox- \ in the
. rors of
I J sum fifteen dollars each and
district ofJancls ceded to the United States June 4th 1824 -Approved, ,
, t '-r: again to his task, will nu CUNNINGHAM of the Choctaw Indians ,S the Petit Jurors the sum often dohar&:
JANK daughter by viz: ., P. ALBA, Mayor.
,, i; better success, muttt'nuI.1tJH'I:) \ 7 John and Jane Cunningham, of Greenxille -i East of the Meridian line of the District of r each,' and it is further ordered, that a copy

;:.1 cr to himself, ,( uise me if exer 1 Uistr'ct, SoiitJi Carolina, who lived Pea Mtiver.. of this rulebe published twice a month

I 4r: : quote Greek aain in a coach,' 'iwarthic olden tirove, xx'ould be very Fractional townships \ AN ORDINANCE, lor three months next preceding the Do

1v! The tittering of the. ladies informed thankful to any person \\ hu would give Nos. 14,15, 16,0i 17, of range No. 4. To rr"i yy. a* ordinance, eatablishtng tober term afoi esaid.

Her information .,her relations. Her I father 14,15,16k17, 5. '\a 6'cai c tiger's cart.BE A true Cop', ,

'.,j :i'; I him that he was ot into a hobble John Cunningham,departed this life l1 ese of the Meiidiun Line of the Choctaw it ordained, by the board of Alder- Attest, JoliN MILLER, Cl'k.!

i I 'T ; at I lastliless meAir, (said he, ill ln.cuxillc Dis,net, S. C. earl v 20j LZStrit.'IOWflSIIiIS. of the.City i-f Pensacola, that an fly n. IIASELL- hUNT, 0. C,

" < how dull 1 a ; I recollect now tarago, and his ch.klren's) names were I I ordinance passed and approved on the Aug.: 14th-23-6t.

)t't y, s, yes, i perfectly! remember, thai :John' .1'antes, Itebecca, George and Jane, No, 7, 8, 9, 10, & 12, of range No 1 27th of May 1823, to establish asca'el1goer's -

,', the is in jftschyius.' 'i hiinexorab (. the above) ; and she thinks, as near. as 7, 8, 9, and 10 2 cart, be and thtame is renewed, so MARSHAL'S SALE.
fl t. pa-sage ,lie can recollect, that her mother manned and 9
7,8, 3
< I far that the sca\'enger cart thus to be
:, as Su/ierior Court of West
: I itiumed
ftssor Florida.
' -U. : e pr. again a niuii by the name of ingrain, and moved East of the Meridian Line of the Choctaw re-estubl.slietl shall visit eaoh house ,within

:>:: .'j S to his inexhaustible pockei, to the Mate of Georgia, and she has District. : this city, three times week only, instead Fernando .X/orevicO Vfp'Y vnt"e of a writ

1 : ,' I and was in the act of banditti; him never heard from them since. A letter TownshipsNo. of daily, as required: 'Jjv tHe ordinance 'Vi >fcof fieri facias in
; directed to Jane Columbia Francisco ,Tidal Jtlus case, to me directed !..
: Cunningham .
j' .. /Kschjlus, when our astonished 7,8,9,10,11, 12, of range No 1. aforesaid. '
! .. I vociferated th Il'lHeSbc&contaulltlg': information of The lands reserved by law for the use And be it further ordasncLttiat this C shall proceed to sell at Public
,,,; .t. gentleman Slop them, xx ill be thankfully received. of schools or for other p'urposc;, will be ordinance shall% iaRe effect from Auction for cash, at the Court House

:;, t'{ > \ coach; ha.l,.'a. coachman, let me July 5th 1821. excluded from the sales, which A'ill com the present 10th of this month uiitil the )last day door in this city, on Tuesday the 2d day

"" t', ';.,, out ? nere's a frlloxv here has got mence with theJo\\ 'st number of sectionstoxvnships of October next, and that tne Mayoi shall November next, between the hours of

: the whole Hoiileiun library in his AN ORDINANCE and range, aud will proceedin contract by the month with the loxve ten A. M. and two P.1.. the foiloxvin*
,:. pocket let uu out 1 say; let meou rl.'g-U1&u.I\Ullll1"ical order. bidder, and that the.amount shall be paid p'AopertJ'iz :-one half of lot No. 24J(

\; he must be Porson, or the To amend the; ordinances to raise a revenue -: iiixen under III) hand, at the City of out of any monies in the treasury not otherwise in this city, being situated upon the street
Washington, this fifteenth day of July, appropriated. leading: to spring;, and adjoining\t
tl c\'iH'I! in the of I'ensacoU
City passed lotowned
A, D. 1824, F. H Nisbe by Mr. John Jerrison-and SuO
p ". 29th December 1822, and 4th June ia::;t. I JAMES MONROE. arpens of land situated upon Pasa del In--

A priest having preached from SWTJOJI' 1st. Jly the President: President Hoard of.dlf'ertnen. d i
G" O. l>RAH AM, June 4th 182-1, Approved, which will be sold to satisfy ...
v the text A1I flesh is grass, f fcuntl He it OrtlaineJ by the Hoard of Jtlder- P. ALJiA ccctioii.
Mayor .
COflflnaSiOUCr of the Gen. Land ;
occasion reprove a fl'UO\\ men of the City tj'rcsaid.. 'I hut for the 1 _
pour _00_ t cTo U ENJ. WYMAN, I). M.for
present year, ami annually hereafter, -
fur flesh __ _.
eating on days '
there shall be'lcvied and collected on all I 'r\\e, \\\.scrlber En REE Marshal. F.
by the .Church. The man said houses ami lots the property of persons 1' ottO\\ Plant cv s.TIIEj July 2cl, 1824.-17-1m4m.,
ir- little in his vindicatioi. Has received, per the last arrivals from
j Very own : residing"xotiini lite corporate: limit>, a tax Merchants of Pcncncola, wishing
and 'ho.
. '
{ Orleans
Philadelphia ,'the -
but to avoid requestedthe of twenty-iixe cents on each one hundred iurs1l'8
p I, penance, I iencourage! the trade in Wagonsto fresh supply of GOODS. Sale.Superior ".
dollars>> of the value thereof
: confessor (0 tell him xvheiheiadmitiing their place, as also to obtain Cotton of

j .:I.J: what he had ass> rted:, :S Lt. 2d. Be further Ordained, That thc best quality, and being aware that GroC l'.ie. Thomas Court"! of,West Florida.
l uii all houses and lots, within this city or nuny small planters, who can bring but a English, TOYvirtue of a fav
: that he W
ally/V// was migln l
."Ai grass, .ls jurisdiction claimed or owned by any snail quantity to market at a time, deserve \ C 'e t"l o-ter of

not eat U as a 8ullad.r person or person>,* not residing therein, encouragement, for the pains they take .jCjrv Barrels superfine Cincinnati flour, Alexander and others.Love f stile, upon,pt'titlon'Jf/'

;i ; liiere shall be levied and collected a tax xxith heir; crops, have resolved to .2j>iy 4 cherts!; hyson skin tea,& 6 chests the<< jfoieclosnre"ofMortgatin
I. till i thiitx'-five cents on each one hundreddohuisol divide the amount subscribed, two hundred gun powder do,imported 5th April aLove case, made at the May term,
: A lady walking) across the fields 1824, of this '
value Honorable ( JlIrt I tMS
the tiieieot.SLC. dollars, into two premiums, a!$_ mentbned 1824. ( ,
j.t in the neighborhood of Islingtoncube : od. lie further Ordained, ?That jbelow, for the best two loads. deli. 5 barrels loaf Sugar, proceed ike Court to sell<< at Public Jnction in front oj

z 'r eu ';:\ u very suspicious looking on ail Laxvyers, i'iis.ciaiis aad persons vVred, Jon or before the first day of Janu. 100 boxes porter, ale and cider, ILuse in the city cf Pensacolst

:i I fellows who seemed watching holding appointments under the aiv next. 12 barrels copperas. on ftuxtlay. the 5th del& of Or ober nrt
: &C- III O clock
neral or FIRST PREMIUM. ,for ea/., the following dc*
c t an opportunity to rob her. (Her except ended real estate
notaries public und : of tlie the best load of in Hardware 7.'/:. '
! $ : alarm was increased by observing justices |peaCe, for Wagon Cotton

,... a fellow of a similar not bung Ltv)ers, Uierc shall be levied sqtarcj bales, say not less,than six bales 800 Aipcns of Land,
1' appearancela and collected a tax of hve dollars. \\ 320 Ibs. each .
4 4 ., ( we\ghpg or upwards,to be
-#.. I a pathway at a little I distance SEC. boviidlxvith six 1 ton American castings, situate in Escambia COWity,fJI
4th. lie rtnther SILVER.
; I Ordatued, That ropes or more, a 1 do. do.
1 from her but the did, there VESSEL with English ,1m tIll waters of the perdidotmth
it:. I ; as case not be levied and collected on all a suitable inscription, ot 1 'd sweies iron rKf
theim ) comiti3of
: I I admit of hesitation, she beckoned dogs: in the city aforesaid, a tax of fitly the ,yjilue of one hundred and fifty dollars, 5 bundles sheet do. valnable all SAIl'ro'tements thereon isith, aUittpri'wleges

4..i ;! t' him to slop, and addressed him cents, inch tax shall be paid by the or thai sum :n money, at the option ot the 2 do. steel, a andaPP1irtenance9, MILL, other buildings '
owner or owners thereof. S successful. .
I,. .I,h.4 i.' with an air of confidence; "Sir, SliCOND 20 kegs nails, assorted, 3d,4d, 6d, 8tl, at present occupied by James, Deo**.

. .. you look like a gentleman; I do Stc.:: 5Ui< lie itfimher Orcbi/ir "-That PREMIUM. 10el, 12d, 20d. Jnd one holfofLot J\To.\ 6. in the Ci1
: the personal taxes mentioned, in tHe 3d Foij! the best small load of Cott m in 100 doz. knix'esand forks, Pensacola situated on the tyuare. 1k
like of
of ,
1I appearance thoue and th paragraphs ol the od iection, also orroitnd bales, say not less than 20 do. Pen and po ket knives, above ,sold to satitjy agage In rl'
4i I fellows behind us.- 1 think the)' the tax on sword canes &c. mentioned .squarl bales, weigh 300 Ibs. each or up- 20 do. Padlocks, property hythe lafendnnt to thcpla7if"" "

h intend to rob me. .Will you protect in the .5 Ih pam$raph ot the same section A SILVER CUP, of the value ot 6 do. coffee mills, given'BE.AJ'! : H r.'J.lJD.'Me! 101':,

: \ me?' 'Madam,' replied the of lilt Ordinance ot the 4th of June last, fifty,dollars, with a suitable inscription, 10 do. brass candlesticks, ""f.l'U..SEl1R EE: Marshal .F
;. p are hereby repealed. or that sum in money as preferred. 10 do
manui ill-take pocket books, 1824 12 Imts,
\ PJV arm and I The March 29th, -- _
. 1 In4 will attend till S SEC. bih. Me further Ordained, That pointed follqxving pel1>>ons. have been ap 1 do. patent sauce,pans, I,
I you you are -quite the taxis on, slaves l on saddle 'horses a committee to examine the cotton 6 do, Carolina hoes, SUBSCRIBER '
; out of" -daNger will gigs and! award, the HE ,"
. ) ; you St'laj when and tour, heei -carriages, shall be raised premiums-it is ex- 1 ,box planes,

: i I wave !my handkerchief, the two and collected in conformity to the Ordinance pct! that satisfactory assurance will be 5 doz, carpenter's hammers nq AS Received by recent arrivals t ;

men: will)1 sheer off, they are ivy oi the 9th oi December 1822, allsuusequent givci id.)" every individual ottering for either 20 do. gimblets, ..1 following goods, 'in addition to for-hi

1 I ; companions, and we intended .to provisions to tie contrary the the lot of cotton produced is 6 do. draw: knives! former stock, which he will sell lw
groxvth'of own plantation. t
1L notwithstanding 3 boxes No. 10 cotton cards cash! viz :
rob ) ou, but when confidence<< istrposed ; .
Nisbet. 20 shot
SEC. 7th. And be it further Ordained bags ;:lQO bbls. Whiskey.
t in I ,
me, am not scoundrel :
20 kegs .
I 1 Tnat ajl and every provisiunofthe: Ordinances l{. H. Allen powder, :
' .enough 1 betray it." He Ht"lId- ,. 100 do. Ohio :Flour, t

b I ed until: shy came in sight of her 4th of.June ofthe, 1824 29th, which December are ,not, 1822 formally and Jas. B. Selby, Dry Goods '50 nieces Scotch Baggf* ;

.- own house, when she offered him repealed l or, altered by this present ordinance J os. C. ,KeyseiV. N. H. Allenf .-

I'a. guinea as a reward for his pro- execution.o ahail.receive, their hill and entire \ 'Pasquier.Pensacola S 1 trunk fine brogans, S .. -._

! t '. lection; but hV refusedit, adding, 9th August.!?*.-23 -trI 5 packages dry goods, __ I NOTICE.
lit he had Saml Patterson :; 10.reams .
I ? hoped more honor left foolscap paper,: absence from pen giCOl3.

;r t'I ;. "th'alJ-lo sink his character to the I' President pro' tern of the I l\lX'r\XG 10 4 boxes do. letter wool do.W hats DURING: ..my U. HUNT is my 'agent" ..\ J

: : le> elofa Iawyer's-'I m'ab v(" Board tJj Jllc/irmen. Executed witfr in fact.: )i
'A attorney
; !>provedA; &;'17th, 1823. I r.atDess'nnd AISO-20 do%. Lee's N. London Pills, .
I taking a fee/-London P.afier.I John Miller t. .J
a' ALUA .
I ,.JIlJ'Jr. i iI I despatch ,at this office .- N. H. ALLEN. ;"" ,
June 15th 1824.
I August 7th-22-tf.
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