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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 11, 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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*-'\r,'li.ri' : !: ) 1\:111', :: SATCKOVT.fi.iy.tV t'stories high. They cultivate cortutobarco J the same iemer
11 r ',r. 1..t s.tvt A 1A 1N11, (, and cotton, which tVymanureture : :jit form. Ito the indignant he is j have one of Dr Johnson's majestic chatms;Stil10ldj any one of700 he ,

r f"- : ,1.111 !JIlCJI'IHzrOR. .- into cloth. They 'tt'rriblin delineating the terrorsof triads-then one of Addison's' willing to take me with him, I .
/""" Laves *i/ the'jlit"s.llt ,. hate: gardens, in which they raise hell he is a very Fuseli-in denouncing easy St'nttncchut more often a should not ,hesitate u, ,rrmment io .

V, ,.;cr"Ji', !,i IMVC doW 1 -year in.iiu- several kinds of excellent ,vegetables the follies and the leader compound composed of Jeremy follow him, no' ''matter whethe' his
A lines umlertbrJi.'egist
'l'twt:1ch twelve: subsequent or ia cr- i:i. the fruit of which resembles our Knox-we can almost see the victim "yans quaintness, John Knox's .' village alehouse., Nor will you rr- _
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1' ttCent: :;. I I f I ap-;tots. Several articles of their whether a Byron, a Southe* sternness, and Richard Baxter's pent of having spared my life. ,.

f S.n-nTl.]-"t t1I ptpcrs twelve ami a half cents. i j i woolen manufacture equal the or a Moore writhing and quivering expletives. We sincerely trust, You are in a castle amply stored '

r. ..---- .--.--..--- .. J qualitof} ours. We have seen a transfixed by the arrow of his that Mr. Irving's> popularity will with treasures; tout it is impossi- :'

:=;:: "J" ;\ '-. coverlet made by them the tex- eloquence-he gives no quarter, not produce, what is too frequently I lilt you can be acquainted with every .-
i."n, 'A \iU.l..:' 1.. j j lure of which was excellent, the he stows no mercy-lne destroy- done, an imitation of this his secret recess in it I will discover -
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= .il- 4BJ'rI11,11'1ieIIccr- figures ingenious, and the colors ing aneel could not be more relentless only imitative quality.FEMALE : them to }'ou,8t you may..treatme

t'"jr.1 NzJtS.'twern ... permanent and brilliant. Our in his holy ire. : as you did my woman, if this :

the Spanish! settle1 ents townsman, Mr. Hood has taken itto Sclf confident in his own HEROISM. I discovery do not make you .six t

P ASrxiro{.ind the Pacific 0j 1|! Philadelphia for the purpose ofsend&1g strength, he cares not whom he A real fact related by Afeissner. thousand dollars richer.: a
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Of -sidf i I a nuti-iii of Indians'Calkdine I it .o a i iViend in Europe. !provokes by his strictures- Baron R-,used to spend the Robbers of,this description are
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ctM Church and State Literature and indeed illains of the blackest die
The Spaniards imitate the inanufaciuie situated ,
Nabij, whose ingenuity summer at a charming seat, I
fe.rl 1 reflect honor of this article, bat their Fashion, the leading members of in a most romantic country, at I ut nevertheless they cease trot to t.
improvements
; the civilized slate.- imitations are far inferior to the o- each and all are by turns the ob- a considerable distance from the be men. The unexpected tenor of ;

upon{ ";;ill in manufacturing andthdr ri 5sntdl ilal. i hey make t baskets, and jecta of his: desperate attacks.- main road. His castle standingupon their prisoner's address, the_ apparent r ,
Ttu-ii' Every than that savours of this unconcem with w;.ich she
dishes of
osiers so coaipatllytwHked : the of eminence
of an corresponded
excellence!! in some thtnsr.ul % ton -
and ornam ntal arts, show I as to hId water witn- I world; a passion profaned, or that with his large fortune: spoke, the more than common, #

ck :d'd superiority of genius o- uut tac le.t 1 leakage! fete uvi-;s, 'nay'let: profaned' talent perverted, it was spacious and elegant, and .'harms of a y.uung female only .r
a i or oat be perverted, establishments stightly I'.ssed-ai thir i .
all the oilier tribes of the west- beforr bciug wrougu'arc variously may some hundred yards distant from pro.
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tih -o'iliucnt ; even over thosw ; colored, ana so skillfully: put corrupt, or that{ maybe the! village which belonged to it. clued singular effects in the '
civilization jjetner tiiat: the fim5iiC't.'Sbl'tS corrupted, ate severally assailed Business obliged him one time, hearts of men whose hands wereet
to
'-' .OSC continuity itTercnt Tneir dissected: or l'a1hertorl1r to per- it for and > stained with blood. They ,
has afforded! them the benefit, of present t tigurcs. jf1: to quit a few days, to
and instruction. Thai bridles art made of tanned leather, ties (by teas Cameraman gmnl 01", leave this lady, a young and charnt- formed a ring, and consulted a-

its example there is and often embc.'lished: with silver the nineteenth century.In I irg woman, under the pr, tiger\ area self-taught no Mr. Irvingi'i weB fit- ness stood at some distance, but
; information ornaments. Tney dress almost person, of one of his most faithful sserVHUIS. -
doint ; and, although our their- wholly in their own fabrics. The .ccTfor the:,sk! he has undertaken. \ .-lie had nut been ab made not. the least attempt to es )

is deficient relat.ve to and men dress in small clothessornc- lie i is tali. /well l proportioned, andcommundipg. ; I sent.bove two days>, when.as the cape. She heard several of them. !
origin! customs, manners, scowl! witu I 'Down with her & the farce
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of and i bed
it times deer skin, tanned, .ia"otlt"SS was just ruing to a
municipal regulations, perhaps fliCt9lJncf1'ning handsomely. colored. '1'i1e \s omenwear i -.vl-.ico our- )f Tiis eya is disti ;urr J. 1: sudden and crribl 1. n t'ise wa will bet an end;'.-but scarcely ;'
nuy enable us to slate some ludicrous! elk ci tutat' changed !her colour, as she also
.xuiSe it gives a
a loose bluck robe, ornamented I fard! in an adjoining apartment.She .
<: them, interesting to remarked the other hand, ,
of his on that
sof'er eloquence t
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lead around the bottom \\id1 a rep called for her servants, but no
which
cur read.TSV and may rather increases me terrible {pow I I1loiSt' this proposal Was objected to-by
t.. satisfactory intel1 *cncc. border, which is sometimes figured answer was retimed while the
mVt"'" ; and when not engaged, tneyuse er of his 'ndigtiuiu :.!ddr..tc-H grew louder every tnp.nH nt.i i the rest.- i
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One of the band who seemedto
of !teaks a1mqst) unearthly) when thun- Not able to conceive what I ,
of a large-shawl the same color being
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hey are a remnant an- be the of the banditti
ci Mexican nation under theIjovtM'iuueiu and ..uaterial' Tneir dillereu.modes deriiforth! the dreadful denundati.lts could be the cause of this unusual l.. captain ;
-nt oiundcd His now tent to her, asking her repeatedly
tif Deity up ,
of the Emperor Montrzuma of pUll ng tt.e; hair, show an uproar, shq slilped on a nightgown
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who fled from their hap- whether they are single, lately 1 iook and aclittu are hoirible-his and went to the door, to Sri whether herOrd5 ti tie
i : t1'ffistrt..chcd forward; his mi;,b( be relied upon? whether:
vales beautiful lakes, and married or matrons. The 'wea I iiglu : what could occasion this inr.rtas-
]tv. drawn to its utmost she was real; desire .us of eiopng -
form
splendid towns: preleirinjj to pons of this interesting nation arethe long ing disturbance. Any womanJess
5t.: -lit tiV: fri grange of liberty, and lance anJ tie bou anti arrowV, i ic'uht: l his f attires, naturally{ intrepid than herself, woul'i ; from her-lord, and accompa- .
ti'.ste. the sees of domestic re- which they use with dextrriic. claii;;, assuii. inj a still darker hue have fain'cd away at the dreadful nying them? whether she \\ as willing

"oe, in a d::.taut wilderness! ra- These advantages and iiniro,.1 i emeius -i: loois ..1nc beg his pardon sight which she beheld on open- :o surr"'nder her person to a-
jv he uoirinionifh uinon ; the uncivilized,. if1'ity :for the ctj I nparison\J almost, tiu' lug the Cioor.-Two of the menservants ny one of then.?--She replied to
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P ..-. i,17 .lJ.i .-...- .an.rti ... dEAl. all! tH'Sf' qu', s'luns in the: affirmative -
be tjilleu ::; half
'1 cruellies of Cortes i'o nublejnin iijay 3u >? : lay akrd on the
; is, ren-Jereil indignant by n.sli many ; but this I ned'infj.Ve j floor with their brains clasher. Jut; and no one' endured but e-
characters of those have iv- \ heard Mr. \t-n returned the kiss of the rob-
only
tiplied and unprov .ked wrongs, w.io hale Irving the whole apartment ws filled: '
su .h a course f.ould have been ; en us the information, are so far a- twice; once up.1n .the occasion of with strange: men of a most horrid brr-for what could not extremenecessity

jicrf-ctly natural. But circutu- b'ive' suspicion, thai we s'um.d' "eei his ordinaiii.it n:'(t once vin an Ad- aspect, her won.un was kneeling excuse? and having, by

s' act'$ induce us to believe that little reluciaure iii vouching for lress to the Children of a CharitySchool. before one of the 1; aat that very these means gained he onfidenc"
the iiippos'i'ion{ is: incorrect. the tiuih >t\ very fact. But mere In the former he was moment was pierced tluou ;h of the robbers, their le clersaidfoher

The 'barbarous! disposition and need be little surprise when we re- grand, awful, original, and emi- the heart by one uf the midnight 'come then, and show us the'

demoting policy uf a Heartless) in- flect upon the character and con n'ntly impressive; in the latter he ruffians. What man, however secret recesses of the C' tit:. 1

Vl;!C-, In a f i'-w years, laid in l'Ullas'' dition of the natives of thai coun- W.iS'f ettk, apparently affected, great his courage. would not have know it is rather daug5. >ous to 1'-
that powerful andrea regulated try, when Europeans ilrst visited lacier} u: sre in some of his senti- been uppalled by terror, & either ly upon the sincerity of women of

empire, and swept from the face them. They were well versed in rienls, +.lid ludicrous, we could attempted to save his life b> flight, your rank : but you may rest assured -

(,the earth its numerous inuabitjis the arts of painting, sculpture anti t tilt lie l p think 111 in other- or throwing himself prostrate at t' at I VOclt'ave your headto

WIO! were simple, happy; architecture. Their gardens were From b()';it *\e formed an estimate the feet of the robbers, have the shoujrfers, though it were

and jioiished in a state of r.uJure.1 urge, and filled with nvMi ai atnlfljwering ,f His powers, which a perusal of conjured them to spare his life? ten time /mote charming, if lOu'

The miserable remain* amaiga- 1 p.'aius: aJ-J rsrulenlroots. his orations' has tended tc confirm. but ihe baroness'acted
elated with their conquerors, and The city o:' Mexico ws at I I 'Areycu here at last?' exclaims ortoimpose upon us.

thr; national character, peculiarity that time, m :splendid and ;"/0'1 : ''l- Icing I is a man of' a deep she with apparent rapture, flying -' /'Then' '''my head will be perfectfly
safe! the baroness
smiling
of customs, and pride of independence pulous than any other: in the tit ()rl and rich imagination has held towards her aggressors w>tn replied

sunk together: iiit Its POP I4tiJ!': was more than S,lIt bill) 1 S ci'l communing!* with I an eagerness that surprised them, as if she really burned with,

? cjMimon grav- It is a more 400,000: ; its houses were l built ,;iure ; he Iras filled his spirit full and made them pause jusfas they an eagerness for plunder and a

reconcilable supposition, that me ,\ ith rock, and many of them ihrtslpncs '!' "..I I the 1 rjoluT aad more I piofoundjuetic were ready to strike/ the fatal long-wished- escape ; snatched u'pra

Nahijos were originally a liifler- high. Its streets were ; stories of Uu Elizabethan blow-'Are you hejXat last: ?* exclaimed lighted c
tilt nation, and one whose customs wide, straight and re,;uiaiiy laid age-iiis.1,a heart is young, fresh and she one /nldr'e. 'I have band to every cibset apartment, opening

a have never been altered, and whose off. They were fur i1ishl'V lh rapturous; prea.ciiing is to him a wished this lorig. while to see visi- every asked door; and in chest un-
arts nevi water In* canals, and tie !houses passion'rather than u profession if tors like ypov'-'Wished!' roaredone : assisting emptyingtheir

been: adulterated ban intercourse were also furnibh 'd by uq n.,lucts.Oae he has not, like Enoch, walked of tire murderers; contents-diverting the rob

with civilized suciei}. Tneirp'rver of the Emperor';* paUces ,,o .'d with \God: he holds a near companionship '\ 'tlat do you mean by that? ben with the most jovial with sallies ofhumourjumping

and bravery arc proverbial convenienty accommodate 500 e with the identities his rirteach you-' apparent
indifference over the dead bodiesof
among the Spaniards, who: have 1)crsuns. Its walls were built of mind has formed of the indi. Ii nanv He brandished his cutlass; but
her
tXll &'icnr.cd more molestation and jasper of Carious cokes, and beautifully Judge, and yet merciful .ht"r; his comrade arrested his arm. ed with mangled: servants of ; converse

irjury from them, than from all pol'shed ; and its rooms "i-j fancy-forms [pictures whica his 'Stop a moment, brother! let us if everyone,the old theseplunderers -
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the other Indians in their vicinity. were ornamented by cotton hang- r .dit. *s mingles with ana loves; hear what she wants of us.' )

T'icy once sent to Santa Fe a large ings and feathered tapestry!, richly like Prometheus, bexfnissuls! out "Nothing else my brave l lads, satisfaction; and; manifested that ould a not degree but re or.

c,') 1Utit)' of silver bullion to ovmoulded painted. Their, works of art shapes that he wprtid rather take but what js agreeable to your-
into dollars, which the were numerous, and executed with to his bosom/than! give to the selves. I see you have made move every- suspicion.

Spaniards; perfidiously ,.convertedto the most consummate skill ; and \vorld;,and/ft is from his bosom, quick work here. You are men thing Plate valuable, money,jewels that, could and every be

their own use. :; their public accommodations were : from aflood of feeling springing after my own mind and you will found were now collected and the

The Spaniards also prohibitedthe grand and stupendous monumentsof i from/and incorporating with the not repent of it, if you will listen captain ordered his to

cultivation and manufacture human ingenuity.Vhen these 'pzys of)his genius that he presents quietly to me only for a few mo- instantly for gang the prepare

of Toincco among1 them, with a things are considered, it cannot b those warm, luscious and exoticthougl1ts ments." tle, when his intended quiting mistress cas-

view to necessitate them to puts thought v -ry strange that the Cabijos 1 that charm us in his descriptions 'Speak! exclaimed the whole suddenly laid hold of his arm
chase their inhabitants of th same of the & of hea '
own, for which they gospel crew Speak! 'Did I not tell you*-exclaimed-
demanded, :-n' extravagant pl'ic- country, should have attained to Yen. ; But be brief!' vociferated the
she that would
C not repent'or
i uese| together with other causes the improvements and degree ofcivilization He j has, however, great ancf most terrible of them: 'for we having saved you my life, and that I

of dissatisfaction, have, for many I which we have de- manifold defects.-His style -vis shall soon send you after. your should prove myself your friend ?

years ties occasioned mutual hostili- scribed. partly|mod rct and partly ancient. people.l you are dexterous enough in emp-

in which they usually tri- -partly ,fluent, and partly terse- 'I much doubt whether you tying the chests you find open; .

flmplied UH; over the pusillanimity of THE, R :V. EDWARD IRVIVti i now sententious) and anon. ,declamatory will, after you have heard what 1 but your lynx eyes would never

Spaniards, and made a large Frvmthc Glasgow Free Preset .i Had we not private reason am going to say. I am married, discover the secret treasures of

proportion of their sheep and "There< stands the messenger of truth : for, being assured. of the con- indeed, to the wealthiest noble- this castle/

fci'Jlrs the spoils of war. there stands trary, Iwe should say nis quaintness man in the,country, but the wife of Secret what i where ?' mosteageelY.exclaimedthewholeband.
A young gentleman, now in this The legate of the skies!-His theme divine was, rank affectation. -striking the meanest beggar cannot he .'

t town, during the last summer, ac- His office sacred, ,his credentials clear, singularity hobby,and pub- more miserable than myself, as Do you imagine,' rejoined the
nipanied a strung military expedition By him the ol.nedJaw speaks out lic attention his object; he, has.no my .tyrant' is the meanest and baroness that drawers which arc

t against them, which del In thunders." Cow. ,;a. regularity-ti.ow: harsh and now must jealous wretch on earih. Ihate full of the most valuable articles,
aced them, and obliged them to The success of the Rev.Edward in the' imi-
0u@ for I : sweet same paragraph I him more bitterly than contain no secret recess ? Look
'Who peaep.They killed a chiefwore I f'ingin London, is, as far. as hu- ., tations, both. of Cicero and of 'De words can expressand have long here, and you will see how blind 5
shoes, fine woollen I man success... His Of his '
Hock go, complete. most en s. sentences, we I been anxious to find an opportunity you ,were '
,ed al lhe l1ti,, 8'1Il clothes connec t- I discourses are attended by the "ha y, !l first a long, and then a lit- of breaking my fetters and paying -. So saying the baroness ,pointedat

\,.earl of side by silver buttons in- most distinguished in rank, in tle behind"-no uniformity, 'but my tyrant in his own; coin.-I asecret, spring in the baron

and a u seam, a hunting; shirt, fashion, in fame, in talent, in liter- all abruptness--a thrusting forward should have eloped long ago, had writing k. :The robbers opened .
scarlet cloth cap, tC! folds ature and in piety. by the head and shoulders I been able effect ,
C), which to my escape. it, EC shouted with joy*EC, astonishment -
t were als. secured by silt Whatever may be said against rather than a graceful presentation All,my:servants are his' spies and on discovering six rout

*'I* pt ouitotS.the Thestpeopl do not Mr. Irving, it is certain that in I II i of*his subject or his argument. that fellow yonder whose skull you eaus, each.containing two, : hundred: ...
l 1\10.? usual Indian manner of both matter and manner, he is the I To continue 'a figure we, used lat have. so, bravely ndJed, :was theworst ducats. '
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r comfortable"i villages> but are a nation'Or most original preacher of the age. week his style is neither the Doric of all. t ,My tormentor even Bravo !' exclaimed the captain '

Or 1t.De A. Their and independent j lie takes up ,a thought, as Ajax ,. the :Tuscan, the, Ionic, nor theCorinthian compels,me to sleep alone.. I am. '; I see now that thou art au
fJ r hlons houses are built' I would take up a .k-with the ; hut all mixed and but twenty two,years oldand. may ,excellent woman. 'Thou atialf'"

some! one, and others two same tenacity grasps' .it, and with < jumbled: together without making at least flatter, myself of cot being lead, the life, of a, ducliea>}/ ,, .-
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of the I XOI 11,1 ABOb l-.--Several, Bounded. Some troops have; been acr5H. (a u lit, of tilt a tfl', '.
\v"nli .:H:> i!-r..upt'j -hr .luvrji-! ;: : nfur.iib Ub following rt.tttue, n'..t..t 1
ita):, '.\: ." ..1 s o.vu ih- I l.ts l but t uswhim nab leceiiil{)' happened Rt'.Ii:1\l' U.t'P (la' i ,at rit't'i in tuwn despatched to Badajjs ; SOHt' bay Jid shot I'(! a dene ti: ''Oo.

w iu\ il!aS' nual'J .,f( .11\ 'I.\lIl, IC'Ti in nib ;pi a. t :n', at the;; northern t .hl'l' k .p Nea -Orleunsii o- because the POI 1 u u"sc are forming 42.9.9i71.rl, ,actount of thv?" "f
tb't' ..J }1.' l b the of cordon sunifuire in that direction mi'nt (h,I thi-'I silk.utVs' ;. ,1'
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'..A.,ih' ;)t' N1Vt' t hat 1'tUl'S t)IFS : part of this ciL) Fur house! an( r > way a 1 put ail

h'i"' 1:;fui .ie-1 t y-,U'f I' nib i ah"i"'uC l'; wtie'f! the pat it t'lit resides, .hud 1 Pi: ,bi .. ; M .aiu'_" E Fie. '1'1 hosrmentioned -utlivisthat it is to put CI ('use of l,038.2f/:! ,J n the 1 're\ 1.

bn: I I m,', 11....\'P : 1)tY al y'+ tuid ix'en so I' Utah inftbtt-d with rats, fr ) I''J ;,: places asNhMiSbifpi doted the excesses: >> committed against '- u c' of the bear tilt' nt t (ptdut I tJ. leap

4:9,lf "I"1 ..tl 'W ftTt'i\t'd ,i1t'. U,1 IJ'L'- : that the ocv npsni alti r suflVringt ;: '' '" ;f.'t.E ; and those the negioes, and to counteract InK; 50,412.572. TIlr| ,*
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t' fll ''\i-tr,iity, fur ihoubaixi) dolt ;. \\ hile their alarming depreda- !I" \,., ;! if.u'1d vetted by land to 'l hose who are endeavoring to prospect{ of an abundant Cfair t\ *
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h9h lal\ :' ;! titins. mixed a quani.t of Jr t'nic '. Nt." ,. r i ,. J v.t tiesbee ; thence de- rxcite. the people against theFrench vest!' thrtiuKlii.iii. tin unh'ed ki(1tnls.Irt il'*.N.

, :.J It d .'ti.1hl; ,' where are j,I I with Indian "t'41, and, besides o-j f sc: 1.1?. ',Vmbej; !-lanti River, t be
! t.1 I", ; t 1!|! Iher l huunts of llnse mis(' hievous'] |ll -M:'\\ .' ', ..11.' Ohio to Pitibho appears not improbable, judging vei ) much (IJ ttIlL.d.-On'

, ;' 'I 1. J.i-i t r l-jt'k and kt-y. You I I al. lttals,' placed a qu.-inny+ at the 11. bin '!* !,' t i; ",.}.!.J...t :" .. ib. From ihr fiom a proclamation ,of GeiuialLaguna son, a protestant, I hc.d IJt'cn r''r..

I a \v t:1 .i i tu'\vr 'l .* \-i iJU'i'l th* iron. :!j tU" of :&naih-hoi_ ,(: in the kitch- la : +;
J. 1 :I of nib .. .: tht embrti'hell inhabitants of Hstremudura, to inSi.aniT. llct
r CM' tin \ all t( .1 t.\vro, wie nol MII. Unforlunalely} ic J a y'

' loifrt* .it.t *\ou. Follow me ;I i young i hildreu got to it aid 1 swallowed ii. nOf d"' ,'a' tray bowl Suprti- 1 It ok upoh 1 the P..llch as ilu) irbioihers } The British

r 1. co .... I if wo }ha' e made ileur.v"oi a consult-ruble portion. Ab (.' .h. !:,$r, for Buffalo ; See. This pioclan.alion appointed A.r. ;Moiier government a hid

',' I'"u'id. lei closes tl.A ,, I.. ie Canal: Alba- will in the Gazette of to. ', conmSioiiiT 'IS.
t % K. t )> .{ us >enow ;: Soot as possible, laigt oibWt 's to appear lo 1\,it'xlro. Thr

\V..t ..vcju duiJer ground.- :' t'uil wirf ml minis it-red: and, 11. ,1.1 (. \vnhe ; i e Hudson to this morrow. 't his morning at the Chronicle 1 I Lena'Mormiing *
consi il
I <:
. 1''u.. ,' t. the i-i'llar.' (' immediate!,, after an t iiieiie, inwhich city. 11 ,* 1Ot.'lIli'n _the in'ierest 1 I. bee: k of day the hod) of a young recent l'o cyanic of ttto'i tis: t
i
T .t'... .>!):JT> fO11U +, l'tI iu'.., 'Iuttt't nearly. *all the meal was ing-; fact, that one third oi the pas-|i I' woman was found near the Prado, ministers. in n English_ rxtcat j

the ] ifcau > i< >n to ;u\rd a- thrown off the stomach. Thr ngrrs in the steam boat SUJ"TIor. :;close to the French 'barracks. vittual shin 'fir
war, as a :
'A'.l1.Ia -ny 5>udiit: surprise! p"ast- child conlinued be alii-cied withvomiting were from the Gulf Mexico* She had been assassinated it is the State from which 1't'cogl1iticjnr'l'

inj|; .. 'Ul"1 Ihe c ut aIlC" of l and di Wbim-bs, accom-- jjii-feirmg;; this flew route from the i supposed, by some of the soldiers srnt." The king of Portugal they are
1 .
+iaj., Uw frll-ii! w.uctas cured by punirdiih severe spasms and Lbunous South to the Nurth, as being the quartered there. said to have appheo to the ; t1'as

: ;'aMiong! iron trap door Tnebiro : ;: breatinng. until alkalies chrapejst, the most comfortable, I i Whilst the Minister dared, for nt for some troijijj,7 inblisgO't'l'IIUII *'

: Ss preti mil I'rI to lake-lio nut ice w, re resumed to in conjunction and by'I tar the most pifuj.iiu. I II j I I t' the firhi time, to employ considerable enable him 4fc to check the

of it, (licidinj' ;' tin band onvvanls to .: with oil. After close aius: unie- A g 'eat inn-u\t'nit.nce al this severity towards the mm who lence of his own subjects t"im-fr,

U'H"' fJf t hc..' 'osl temote r:*< esses.of milling application! of these ren.e- 'St'aMIIII of Iht- year, is occusionvtl: were for so long a: limr, oj I posedI that mm stern, having and

x ., the spacious ft JUr. iiaviiit uii- .( dies for several d.J"stilt' patient by the !ants'getting on our dressed j jorib. i I to the return of order, lie was, on this would be aj iei apple ascertistd to Fr&n

.1 locket! the door, afar t' i iron rhebt :j flee aisle convalebct nt, and we are I roihupside ft To remedy this !]'the! other hand, adopting SUl hI had take n up uansports to (

\v is discovtriti in a cot ne- .i happy{ to say, is n" 'W )iftctly rccoveifd. /plague, take a wine glass, well i I measures as seemed I to be sug- several Hanovetian icgimrnts send

Ilre !sai.1 J she giving; a !bunt' h ,I .-Boston Medical lllt.I Clrc.te! !, .vtid p'aie it in youi safe, I geslyd by; this vt-ry party. The.' 1' Libb.;n. Count Golhz had to

t t.; ol'kr\sio the ca',t dill,' try w ht'- I 1'hiladclriliia.dugust 10.-Com.Bairon down: I, i'id put the dish or :'I hate i imprisoned us" Masons," oral appointed Prussian Ambassador Lew.

"* tiu-r youMj| open it a.d tuLe 1 its :! 1t'"l\ed this city on Friday pie lynch c.i: iams your meat !I least as l par iZalls of a project'to ': to London.

Cij'iieuis i in) lieu of u dowry, if you,f last, and will immedialch. en- nn it. !! It may be ,there balanced :I establish tuo Chambers, Liru-

can obtain the consent of .vour.panions. 4 ler on the duties .:f his btatun.Fret with the meutist safety, 'and no tenant-General the Marquis of Turkish /--Accounts\ere.18

CtJ .' 'man's Journal. ant Can get on it.-sJlbany Gaz.ColJ I i Campoverde, Brigadiers Don Joseph received in London on the fith,

--; Tin rob'M-r' tried one key after Beat thin and take the curll.N ." Oi-Oigc Croghan of K 'h- I l Matron, D. Antonio Zar 'odes from Greece, by letters from!

t t;' p : ). arL,11h s ''>ul n,.ne filled the kry IloiVt-l's' Ferry, on BioaU River (tick) 'I has been appointed Post : Valle, D. Philip Moreno, D. Trieste, dated June 26, which con.

f. 'tt; i l..j -; He grew impatient! and the on the York bide;stands a ,yc.tnure Mastlw'of New-Orleans. T. de[ i la Cruz, Don Juan Guindelaihe firm what has been; before stated'

; : 1 bl"fU'* affected lo be still more Tn'l''hic.h. foi! its greatbiz :: - Colonels D. N. Car'I'dillas). of the defeat of the Turkish con.ntander .
'
,H l \ S.d. and capacity, TPtLJG.Js' % '. Bias 1'ojis, 1). N Gueirero, Use Ju- in chief. It appears tbat
surpasses perhaps
: ;) Let said -ihr "I -' this general who is one of the
'" ire try, hope in the United States thejYork Torres, D. Antonio Malgarego; best
It : -1 .. 't t'I It r llt"r,' surrrstiftll. 1 am.1f anyone F'r/Jnl, jlr.ctatwr. Count* Camorro, Count de Theba, in the Tuik'sh: aimy, had proceeded -
circumierence
It is 7"2 feet in 1'ADt1D June 7. We have
-
. : :, fl" ..1'1 lul I lest the dawn of morninglui been D. T. Loria, General Placensia, with much expedition towards> !
. tt nth 16 feet of a hollow in diLineler nut a hail by the order
auipriseil
." y -J i o-th i n. eW p.'iTrive why D. Philip Casa !Major, D. Juse the passes (,I'tht- Theiniopjljwhich -.
-lias held wit h.n hal Sj I ate 7 g. \'cn :sexriaJ: aboui his
j. : )' 1O'1 ier .\ oU nor myself can open pciaons :: Monies Flores, D. Manuel Ochoa, he made an tfVurt to force.
hor k. Tradition
eba
, t ; -I men un ( reports iiiJLbl: lo quit the Court. A-
. lt-i.xt.nsf my tribluke i \\ etis. it shelter and afi'lJl'dt'Pl'ott'clion I Don and man) others whose names I The Turkish troops fought
gai'e Victor
Sa-z
: .IM'as > our visit is lo mr, tie families during mungjlluse 44" cannot recollect on account of ihedilfirahy with more courage than usuaKand
to many Ex-. uistcl'
and Confessor
; jo\' ',f } -'ut' uJI'xpectcd} i arrival bus thr} lovveringViayb oi the A-, Genelaloh'the: Ct.rdelu duo;Kev.Fulher the, i,f IH'ulluulldngtht'm..- for a time the is!,u* of the contest

', iirvrrihe.esb. tiisroni.ei ted me a nu-rican Revolution. Cirilo. I only know thi a great portion of seemed doubtful. In the end,
,lId'n'! 1 hate takni the Alameua ; the Lx- however the defence
r wrongbu.uJi Yorkville Pioneer. those who awaited at Cadiz the patriotic of
Minib: ll' of I1 uiance .. the 1Ugency
of k.b. Have patience i un. r effect of the amnesty, made their the Greeks prevailedund the
oi, fur f.-vv iniiiiile.s I shall he The Anniversary. he Nor- !,, Mr. Eno ; the Cano Rojas; Pacha vith
\ a : escape in all haste, as soon as they was compelled some
_i iheiii S Scitator: published alPultiuy Air. .a!) Vallrjo, who had Icemltmdlmtt'll
, .but!; in a met.Vit' | : l learnt that they were to be arrest loss to u uke a retreat to Larissa. ,
Vt-r. has an account of a : t Ambabbador: to Naples ..il.Acuu .
$ wheir lu-
1. J \ I lrlt'lt' *iords siie flew Ui ; ed. was to wail for reinforcements
Yankte ctlebra ion of the 4th of Treasurer ol ihe Hu"alUn1t'I '
the stalls, ar.Jl 'bi-foir. uvo mihutcb r rpm thc J\ew York Erenittg'Post. from Romelia. The sums
at: t ,. \"'l'I'r f laMiid, iMe bo.ir.d of III r Jul} that might Wfll be mutated elf. t' hanes HI. ; .M. Benin, Latent Jrom .Alll"lUlld.-The, letteis siute that thr! ..rCol1.
I tarps
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c.
I "H "! n r.'f'.l ,,'! 1 !h. ""'ii I I\ : MI ref' the ", .4dz "
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t fJ ,i ? \r i I l. 'tit. 0 '. I _: f: : :. : :
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\ I I t. :II t .U.: .. !II : ', V.5 ,' ,.". ..'. r : : ,
u" 4 .'t lodi, wih madeo He list.i '1
hr
3: : acromp1ishi.d by '
after
S tiu 'l al < {he eiHiuM, 1 tI''auu;; ,::111) ll.Y r day b the captain! oi vt {lick 10 anti 20 leagues in.;.11 direr
/ litu'I Hong ..Ulfll! tlu: Cfll.tr tiltll'S' 1rIt I I. 1 lit') .A (:(,tt II hill l lariuu'.t title, of thin proceeding is, it is furnished try, Topaz unh the latest tior.s.Jrnm 4 ,
I ul'a j IL r.uv.u-o r. pu t, f'ur'isht d by jai.t.alsiiiaCy; : similar i to that
D rl u' ti-.p rt l lain of iu' .. uburhoovi m Portugal and the the \ahnal Intelligencer. ,
lu ,
s ; l : illJ':ct of The of
,1 q-.I. ktii! -hs of IJ ;!11. ,i"g-, -dud ill following summary their 'From
y v.rd drank! the goal number ottuTists \V UlcV.1S:: 10 put the! be, veil Fer- .J.lIra/lc.-Paris papeis.bf{
i \vhoi It. i bynJ t in'ugrd! in the crlLu.All '. conlt-nts, have prepared from
this \vus t). tvos.s ; of omrnoiiKiii with. gn a\ ;,htTilt' fol- uu.aii. aside.. ,..nd replace him b\ the Boston papers, and from the Cadmus, to the 11th; of Julj,
rl
1 xvuij.". \\ r,i among them : the ihlani Don CL d..&. bevel! of different have been received, but thc ir con-
;-In ihe m**' Sin I fled over slips our Correspondents. -
(, (Jod J\JilCh-\1I enibu n> oi in- ol iiic abuveinetli. rt-nis an unimportant, except S
j t 11"-(, Ull"1.-\ ..-n, srt'inglit t' to.ubolitaiy 1)CrSt1sttil.it far
dusii -= ubitul I I chart , ) b n to dis-
'
'' I 1 Sid Ill- lull of .s: \ raw, and : The London papers notice the
.;. libi-rt .' lot Greeks, which is represented jfl
ari-i t-qnulil. taIl tivbseb. and;
) vvaicned
' ., hay, &.IH.lht' n .lit 5 HI( jccil I iiisiaiitaiirously over attendance of the Ameri"un Am-
> ; 1)[: \\ ITT CLINT..N and, the .J\ \vi.ilhl' giealcbi circunibpection.M. be prosperous in every quarter.
t .ilofi. 1 l ,he 'icr.maii cW-1 I be ssador at the Foreign Gflice, to
York uul4i.-11 !halt the f. Ouu-art A plate\ Idtt'r.om' Nurembur.
i !, the famous furniblKM .
in lu! adj .ct'iil village uhStA' \ t't. artii) fansart business: with iCaxl-
wi thr b-azr: aim rung ihr alarm bell.In oihtiliali bo lu.gfd to pu It'rlt) -, has_<1uHlt'd this ca piiai ning. Our countrymen in Paris, dated Julj &I,states that tbe most
.i on mi n's houltiers, his shall got under rather equivocal recent intelligence received by tbe
If .Ie a f \\ moments the castle .tar C 1'.UIII- celebrated the anniversary of our
4J ''4 I > \\a'ei.' biaiiCta. Il that in government of the, Ionian Islands,
,. vuih } appeurs con- tiatiotral
,, Was croutleu pt' $ants'. The Independence on tin 5ih
, a b.jioui'ss oidi'red suit...- of ihemio The S 1000 bill stolen by Lam- :sequence: of tlie non-iuliilueiu o5bwiutf Ju i. Gen. La Fayette, and Mr. was, that the Ottoman squadron}
,,; 1 )el'tun Loop r lions MebJsiMur- : ot his witn Government under th' command of the ,Captain
1': cxiinguibb ihe flames, while she engugemenib Brown, of Minister, honored ;he
+ ,(' ; (: comiui it-el ihr res' lo the Iat'on's ray & Sou' of this city, h .s been un older fo,* his arrest company with their pr(' ef1ce.11': Parha, was still off Negro-

I M ; arnio.y, and ha iswords (\lino huh'd iecoiea.; Ittiudtuund' itsV l Clad been: made oui. but when the It ving ex-minister to Spain, chairman pont, except a detachment, whicS

and fil ,'"t.,l.tnam n {sl into the pocket of a piisotver in Aiguazilb arrived at his those toseizt proposed the health of LaFayette hud been sent to effect a disfu-

w then, debirrd liie.n to burroucitthe isle l'iltsturg jdi'r hu, it dPPt.'d'l S, ; him, the bird had flown, and which he introduced with had mcnt near \r 010. This attempt -

cellar. Her thou : hII 11'1 beach of the maxi had got some hours start of them few was unsuccessful, and tEe
i '! u: tiers weiv o- a appropriate remarks, to
br\ed, and lint oiit of the band: "S- i :i 'I honor umong ihievt-s I ," to endeavor on the road to trance. A report which La Fayette replied as follows Turks lost some of their smaflvessels.

ca1)ed his well merited lair.t iv approptiate apart of ihe prevails that M. Arjona, the Superintendent ; "\Vjmel, I hud l last! the honorof r It appeals; that the Ou. oI -
,_ ..... ... _. .
- plunder lo 111 m dr. I of the Police of the dining with you in public, I expressed man Admiral is in the greatest.

JWM&tiTtC.Canal. JV. F. Ev. Post. I kingdom, will be raised. to the Presidency my anxious desire: to visit I !perplexity: relative to the ultimate I

Erie .-Sui h are thn advantages Fire.-Lately, in a c:'urcii unriiiof .,f tile Council of Castile, the beloved soil of the U. States result 'of the expedition, the crews.

of this great work, anti the Tweed, an inn malion xvas and i Ins place given to General the new manifestations of American -; of his ships; being composed or Uwsailors

1, ,d s.) tnuch has it reduced the ex- read from the !pulpit, fur a calk.c- ban Martin. It is said to be the good will which I have since skilful who are thrown ifl'
i; lion in aid of sufferer from fire. to alanu: at the of Greek fireships.
+ : 1 1)t'nsea of lransjoruiion, that iheinerchunis a king's intention come lo Madrid then received, have induced me to -. sight
; of L't.icar{' enabled to The Collector at the door flattered fur he procession of the Fete hasten to enjoy the happy 1 ; .

1. 'sil ttfJ1)t kinds: of European and himself that he had been unusual- Uii-uiJune, 17) unless the Inf iniafs thither. It is with the n ost loyage tender A letter from Alexandria says-
\ves Iii.. low 1) burcecsfu!, as l r-e faiic'ud he sawa accouchim-nt "Thj :
; ita should
JOUas.1s as they : take gratitude that I thank you for corps Egyptian troop .
a 1 can bt bought in N. 'X'urkThc gf-ntleman put a iio'e imo the place! before then. Other 'say his your congratulations and your consisting of COOO strong, which

?i last' C' tlca jiainTS m:: ntion the al'- pl.ite. On counting up, however, Mjjosiy is going to pay a visit to good wishes, under the prospect Ibrahim is to command, are ea-

'' vita) itieiv ill'a quanlny of wine i the note did not appear to ha\l'1 the Monks of Cueuca. Il is a dif- which I have finding m} sell in a camped at a few leagues from Cairo

t" ..:: due l frOtH1.1'1.. ir*.. !been issued from any hank, but : ficult thing here to learn any thing I few days on my way to America, and-nothin indicates that anem'

I': +' '' A letter fro'H David Ston*, ug merely bore these monitory words! I of the affairs .)r Portugal, as the under the old flag of our Revolution '>a.ikation is thought of. Ibra-

I ,r "Mit of the American Fur Com t any ,I 'Let them," insure and be hangedto I i il police are on the alert to interruptall Liberty and III t'f1en euce." him is with his father at a Country -

_: :'tr t lo the edilurs of the N-w-York l them. -Idem. conversations on this subject. Gen. La FaYt'tte gave the fallowing seal near Cairo. It is rumored

tat. sniaiu dated Detroit, Juh 20, Boring jor H"ltcr.'v Dis- However, people still continue to toast : "To the holy allianceof ) that a tartan is expected rConstaniinople

ll w slal,* uiat the report that \\'("lItyS'l'U brow, a met hank at New-Bruns: talk a little about it, and the rumor all time friends of liberty and e- with the Grand

"! of the American Fur Company's wick, (N. J.) has succeeded ni now is, that Marshal Beresford quality and may the enemies' of J Seignor's answer to various t

Clfi-ks and EngagefS had br iiyin up a stream of pure soft has been named
i Generalissimo of r the cause of illdcp'nd.tlcnr't'r mantis addressed to his Higbi"isuch

a.q.. been killed by the Indians at ort water, by perforating the earth to the Portuguese troops ; and that succeed! in ,their intrigues to divide as the cession of the Isle: ,4

neat Fort William, ib destitute of the depth of one hundred and six- M. Villahermosa, the Spanish win re they cannot conquer." Calniia and the ancient kind'm

,; irl?t foundation. dust of the Comp t) t'et.-.i\"at. Gaz.Mi' Ambassador, Ins been sent away Greece.-A report previously l of Cyprus 1 to the Viceroyalty of :.
tiles of Braltlebo-
a.. w "+ 1a\"'s Clerks hud arrived at Mackinac Joseph from Lisbon. The conse4uenceo prevailing in London, of the defeat cp' t.Ve are assured that n.I&

from their wintering 'grounds.Halt. rou h Vermont, toW tans with the the interpretation of them- of the Turks, had been confirmed, less this {proposition be comp ld!

;? American.Mrs. Essence:: of Bark which completes n. .ty hy the: Intemtanis of Policeof and also the account of the risingof with, the Viceroy will rrmJIa
Jane Wtltttjn witiovv of the process: (ii) call'ski'ns, in the Grenada th0
t I and Seville, has been the Wahabites "IK Egypt. nuterto the war between
'' +; A J.vp.u-s J. Will-iniJeceased, receiv- space of for y-ciJht huI's.-ldem. he arrest of the General Zarco Fresh supplies of money had Greeks and the Turks."

' 'k Vd A; co Minis>iin from the Post<< Dyst'ntary.-This complaint is del Valle' and Don Luub Balanzat, t't'achcd'l'-1aha from England for A Letter of a recent date fro!

{ "Master +General, on Friday last, now prevalent in {pans of the surrounding War Minister under the Cortes. ,the. ;triots, who intended to .pur Marseilles! says, that very fa"ora;

y j't a{,1 poinl.itg her l'o Master at country, and, in some ,\t''Seville the nephew of General chase', large English ships and ble accounts of the state of Gre chas

I 't Trenton, in he place of her dcceabvd cases, has proved fatal. Old arid I Bfalllasieros 'and several officers, convert ,them into vessels of war. _been\" received from Aucont* .

':' j.u balld. The appoint- young are subject to it. As a provcniite his friends have been arrested.Bu'llasleros .- France.-It' was reported that John Zujmi, a Greek Depuiy* hJJ

I nieitl, we bflie\e, has given universal .is always better than a himself, was fortunateenough the king of. France had been very arrived 'at Marseilles'on his .,-a!

sat is adiun.-Eni/loriu7n', cure, we would give the advice to to escape in anopen boat ill. No further change, hud, taken to London ;he affirmed ttect preI

a I Five hundred colored labourers cautious, at this paiticular bra- frotn Puerto Santa 'Maria, to a place in the ministry, and harmony- prevailed m (y.reeCE. .

,, are advertised fort work on thwest son, not to be much exposed to I Irencti'frihate: in the Bay of Cadiz_ C at 'aubriand, continued to venthisspleen ,'t-that the Chiefs conducted they#'
end of the Chesapeake ami the heat of the and 1 Barcelona .
day dampness At and several other through _the:Jqurmil de : selves weiJ-- that the'Governmitt
'a Delaware Canal. It is reported I of the evenings' nor indulge tofrecjuently '/'t number of the << '.
,1 places, a arrests have Debates, against the authors of was iirtujn its designs,. &,-the t
thai there has been a battle royal in eating unripe frUit. : likewise' taken place. ,It his In that.t .
appears disgrace. the Chamber was,every reason. to hope ., "i
.a uoiig the workmen,, in which a The former part of this !hint is es- that: General ap'apt"vhose I ,
: capture Deputies the annual I, budget! had next campaign (whirl) ; J ::
\". nu ber of lives were lost,wnd. that peciall' intended for such as are : 1 mentioned in my .last' "rmade ,I met little opposition..Those members co'iimenced. at the tinie, O T: 6.1S:, ;

his is the cause of the call for<< not accustomed to b<- out tll'doors. a stout resistance with some who spoke were hostile to't'- IraHurfwill be gloriousGreeks. .to:. ,

1 trcsh recruith.-halt. Patriot. : A F, Sfi :laior. i followers, that he had got tog ethI very thing: e liberal principles. x


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) a cigar f security remain inoperative r 6rA. y
are to ooppobctl Ltxingtoa .K,. Jugutt :

-a ;J w { mouth and a cane in his hand, and we to) bid farewell to those Lexington Female Academy. Ja J1jV
i principles, whicJKlouraiheni! ought
.- said You sent for me Sii hen f In addition
to the coniniumca-
and
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\\' Er I EUUEH ,toeslabjiftH :: ,oni ---
: \--l 1\I'.:, ..:- I am," in a manner much more in- I which rents f r ;-rtty, 'mir lives,_ liberty; tins respecting the late examina.t :. 1111 'l' UH' 1J ENV.',.1C t)iMl"1. 0"

-;:;; :-(,y I\- Collector has presented us salting and contemptuous than the I and pro,,. -rt' i ng ""r> : .". cf. every t lion of this rising institution, -
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Ch. l l tiling enu-k-: hdt tl of \\'.'VI. .'yihue andjustice .
,t, in w I'Jch u c arc S'"< : r which vtre welt-am
't'l publish today '
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T matter. Brackenridge then wi.rrvtit-. .. ;t-; t<'-.; cfthefol'lyofnwu. '
cthce
j' ull!.Ill's: !*; n tai on our' lit" P1"0'carit ; to admonish s .1 roiKi.Uv/.t I .$ lapse I of', the following particulars from Sept. lOt h.-Brij; Leopard,
him
pioctcded
I. ."., \\ a lo>< to conceive"Cer to time,.and tilt; cod v-fj;. : *l .- th Jf tnatcT gcntlt.men, competent to judge Hitchcock, New York to S.one ScNi ... ,

,;: ,,. |)tt'S"IOil ve hold! north which he began a reply which the ," atti *.:. -.0'iJ ..,''.iu! 'i,..:; iniveller lo \ correctly, who were present. VV f i*'h et, Cargo* 150 bbls. pork, 312 .. :

t. I. fur oar oi'ices sire informed view oui E tins, Ji/ ,,,/r .,,-:a..n oppor- understand thai
itaI'i Judge him could
: I've ( ; not b '" tuuity-? ." J-X n >rliv leflec-
? .IritiS lUll uc 'v-c IIU nra*" wily : dg & < K'ii were entirely oniitt d for
: heard!, and he was directed to sit hells oft v "tt';+"'K 'i a ,tfl ticler whetlier t beans, 33 boxrs soup. 28 candles, ,

.1-cr: tu I 1 tint tai U \Wcllt.itS. weil as five ; down on his persisting in his attempt i this .. h4.-: mI ,'>. ever form- .want of time, and that a numberof 7 sacks salt, 13.trunks, 41 rases .c I,

", ," ,tetuta.l tiicrctbro rcspccltultv I t-d fiuaj.rtjr f" ","at- Sfa/f of.-1. other mpositions were prepared 17 bales merchandize, 4 bundles*

.rttst I'1.l ,. .' ho.ioiu.jJc; : j Council to UJClltIt\- t' to answer the court, he was: : tnti-ica. 'r"...' CA I'O. for the occasion: of tcjualmerit seives. 1 bale twine: 3 ke ssl1t'ub,

'i.l- jM-oresjion" the tax ustut'11 fined fifiy dollars, and still refusing -,- wail those which were do.
"ufHf: ov ) j 1 do. wrought nails 2 shot,

i, ,tur uic olnce or prUle satiu' 1 to he silent, the Marshal was: j 1'(:'"tatatc', ,vbt, tit:1. 1824. rtv.d. but were omitted thio diffidence 427 prices castings, 288 bars Iron,

t.. ..."!liter f !, It. iur the "oHlI': : or proy 'I ordered to take him from the room i' John Lee Williahis, Esq. in the writers. The Exercises 2 bundles steel, 1 pipe brandy, 3

., y,;
1 K nda, or ior tiut ot licit with unqualified apptobaiion. '
Vyes-t r + 2 sets blacksmith's tools 240plouJhs,5
Having been in court during the your ;profession |>F,\Attorney Law ; and '
piss; ot tile U,.uut) Court of Es- payment is requested. Yours &c. The Recitations were said to be all bundles frying pans, 10

p, 0 btu; Iut) f ilfor culicrut our 1 kliU11 whole proceeding, the pledge! our- IBENJ.VYMAN./ : in the finest style; ;,'&1tticular.1\i15s: : cases cotton cards 10 boxes

I Uvljps"" weUI.lht us vtcU mx ineyevi/ sch lS: br' the truth of this statement I City Collector. ,Nephew's: Ode", and Misi Collins I' sperm. candles, 30 coils hale rope, :

j..*' yui1 pi i"iii ij:)' ouicf. i> It ior the "oniec -/Inch can 4l be corroborated 1 Valedictory. The examination 50 peices cotton bagging 1 tierce .

pr .";firittsio.i" ot 1'ivasuicr uf .t..c.ItHUla by proofs the most ample whenever rreclne8flay, SrA Sept. 1824. shewed the instruction to pace t & 17 bags coffee, 10 boxes sweet

Cvjl.t)' : r:su, Lkc, We n nutc 'I rL: l.11J, necessary," even h)' every ofli- Mr. Benjamin \Vyman, been given, not in the catechetical ; oil, 5 quarter casks wine, 7 bundles

, 11 uj't'ii opposition! :: nas been nuilc to the SIB-I received your note requesting form, which requires, an exeicise I spades 10 doz. brooms, 40 bales

, 1) :'kc.J: ., (,.f Couiiiy uses-, anti ihereiorcn cerof the Court and by the recordsa the payment ofriiy dollars taxes, among which is of memoiy merely but tha the hay, to Stone Sc Nisbet -SO keg
.1 files thereof which I an item ot five for my profession .
Is it lor the "oriiceoHitMJiiMiler to we have pupils air- to think make
i. not \\01 tn a celt. i_I remit you the amount required not because taught ;. ro merchandize and eight hhlh.hams,

:' .r..lr all" or for that oiweconfos referred while preparing these re- I it.i is a just and constitutional tax,, the ideas of their author their to N. H. Allen.-4000 bunches onions :

J ,,Loran t we never he-iul marks. for it is neither,!and I enter m} protest against own; and to express them, understandingly 20 firkins t-utier, 6 bhls. potatoes :

t-t 1144 e were oiiiccs>> ur professions. The b'l"or"-\n Eye \Vitness"sufficiently it from U|sense of duty ; but 1 pay in their own way. '0' du. flour, and 6 boxes

1tlt n tne oince or profession" whichre it, although illegal I. hccaust lam ashamedto And altnough all were entitled 10 cod-fish, to the: Captain. +
contradicts his aspersion give countenance to that open rebellion ;
used fur holding1 is pointed out, credit for the promptness and corrrctness 1
:
,r c of the character of \lt'. Williams I y 'ainst the laws: which has been tnani- CLE \IIED. "- t
1(1U( is j,io edlo ue legal and just, ue will i f ted by most;lof the worshipful I board of of the answers, yet thoae

i:a,, .:, .:..sdtilc Council may rest assured when in speaking of tin Aldermen, in tjic public meeting held on who most distinguished themselves Sept. 4th.-Schr. Trial, Dom i

M c ,\all nol uctorc. We should; not bring Judge, he alludes to his friend the 2lbt of )taj. last, in opposition to the by the clearness and distinctness in ut'z. Appallachicola, Cargo, f
\ County Taxes, against which, n", legal 2 demijohns of brandy, I bbl. of f
t..., ,.Iota l' bcl'ore; the puulic, wi re HOI ship for the mover of'thc rule." of their articulation are
ohjtctioft ever,;could be uiatle.Taxes gin 1 Lauber sails 1 bundle }
fdlocUze.s taxed said.to be Miss )l'Intuhllss [ keg
pent ol i ur as in-, to be i laid
art always on property '
;::'-";,.rv uiiJliifrcf'ojeeqaiuij couceruldcuratives. \V e conceive that our brother editor as equally as the nature", of the case TaylorMifs Flournoy. Miss Bradford if hats, 1 keg of shot, 1 barrel :

"" ....1 at :St. Augustine'has' w 111 adli..t.u class! of men canjnith'bee'ctC(110 and Miss 'I 16 bat tS, Miss (:)f Qucens\vai, 1 do. of tin coflVe

: strangely : hear an unequal |/'>rucm ot Keene also attracted much atun- pots, 1 keb of nails, by F. Pasquier.
confounded his own commitment the bui'theifs. If learned
tile '
THe National lu.elligencer of publie: pro- tion, as well as Miss Taylor ana ARRIVED. 4
for an alleged ot ie-isioiis hive (become a nuisAiice att j is
tu! 1"in uitnuo contains a ,comrriumcjuiou contempt modestly hinted b)' the It'gallr: Gould of Miss Nephew by hcrexecuti n on Sept. 6th'-U. S. Transport :

on the buijji-i't 01 Uieciu.uicau Court, with the commitment j:tit .Florida, tins is certainly not a legal ttie piano Ee particularly by thesweetness Schr. Florida, Baker, Tampa Bay. ;

of an Attorney for the same nod of removing; them. 1 most sincerely of her voice. Sac also Sloop Hector Gould, St. :\1:1.1 ks. .i
'in. of au Attorney iui i hope tl.jtt the' : several fire dollars! 'collected herself bher ,
jflence here. The for distinguished::
one was i SAILED.U. .
tr.,nt the professional men of this ;
& lii
coLlcniit ijy U'&b'l' aci: nndgezi
knowledge of the Greek k Latin CI
I
( : iublisuing[ certified copy obtained CIl ma)' net (be1 expended in manufacturing I S. Transport Schr. Surprise,
tHC lust .. 1 eriu ui'tt1 bu- which she ,
on was -
.ay ". syntax, particularly
fiom the Cleik's Oflice, the other more rats; ; moue) I Wilson, Mobile Point.Notice..
.- Nest 1 Ucipectfully, Yours &c. examined was Miss Roper tt
(,cal t ol Florida under an as l
pcrior ,....., .
fur pub'.is'iing: .: ........ i
pretendeii re.port JO,1N'
LEEVILLLIS.. -
i on the Latin. 'fhl't'xan.duauor.on
of I ;
uAn itluia"
ine: s\;tiaiure EyeX -
of proceedings had in Court, ellI Aritlunj'ic, conducted by Air. :
vvnjca it would hut uc woriiiwtiuc j !!
pretended report was proved I Clark, assistant, wis particularl yinteresting .
AN EYE \VI i'XESS. I
for
us lo nuLicc, were it nol I
f[ by a number: of wiinessts to be It is to inform the and satisfactory.- : THR partnership heretofore existing! In :
that b ktiuxrn hate been lu-ci'ssdry
: Ill; to asronomit is said class
1 no in any i y th'-snlace un'lerthe firm of THOM-
I incurr( ct. The one was committed public abroad! iiat a cost imu'nca-
HH eye witness uiuhcit'i our silenceccoiblruecl i institution, could have dune : \SH.COLEScCo.is this day dissolved ,
us publisher! the other wuspunished liiin ove:' !!Ihe rtitove; stgnalure, in- I hv mutual consent. All p'raon4 havinglnims ,
iH ckthlCll1 better. The various specimens ulIIlipruvt'IDt'ul
ntibrat into an )\\ .
\ as an Attorney of tin- started in tl1- National! Inldli ;. n- do ': on said firm may present them for ;

;Ii'nl, taut tnc rcprc&enlations ; Court whose cer oftiic 17th August and purporting : in Palming greatcredit payment on Monday next; and purc'ia-; '
proceedings weremissrej.resented Mrs. Adelslerren the
to \
t H rt'in are correct; a construe.ion to'IK- written at Pensacola, sirs of articles belon r W; to the concern,
I : : in the 1 report whichhe 1 leauier in this dc."lH rtm,111. Tin at Mr. Michelet's: Auction, arc reqaetcd' !
which!; we are by 110 means willing I j is a notorious .; ,,(i'!.
'
for the immediate .
settle
J published.! pieces tills* Taylor, Miss Ho.l?- to same :\ ;

tu gi grounus lo!'. -- ......--_ _........... ._ ,,',..s.......&_ .__ Juri I I I I.Ll'1VIi.LI.1.IS.: way, lbs Meileu,\iiss Bruugrituli Pcusacfila, 9th Sept: 1824. !

\\ ithuut Irixinjauy tiling to say f f(J r J h'P'I '\i t-,,-0' i'JT]0.\ '.-',. .I I t o.nl C\'t'J al oihe. re hignly com HASELL HUNT ;t"T.

vih::I erg ails u> the author 01 An -; } 'ivm, .H5c "I.1I ptiale.3iii iiitrnded.Some. ,
'. iL* Ki'nr eflAfHtH Pt:1mCJl Ga-- : draw deed bills! of sale
WitnesswJio 'I n.,. I'k. mho fine specimens of l.Mnivvnting i iI WILL pow- i
Eye c name \vv aivtutully ') ttialt( ; JC/tk'i .
of bonds &c. in toe :
attorney
I I ..
accoiiipgua.i-ii- : ia I t .', shewtijin which MisCampbell
fiilure-deposaien We'
unaole to guess, we shall Tl.nngh .;hat 1scelt'3 and C'hQ1-e. a' s most approved forms and attend to i
t" any
:
l ,- ): .U- tJ.-nie Ill ci'it'beiile ,
lftu'i s :
... ) t < andiss
''' '$ ( /IS:1 Downing ansaid other writing which be committed tra
briel'blatement oi'few : may
merely jjive a a I
cttUenit+l( ttn4. Uf"dahtt"o-: > hlles lIe
It becomes the s ,!e-nn duty of every t lo exec lj as well a-s in the him, with promptness and accuracy, and Ion
facts, leaving it for others to unnin Fionda! to cf1n iclca'. wliftiiur lliUtlJspicinus typ1,g.trr feAi'tit tJt-s liOAtioiit a lpn.iio I neatness Sc lhenrAtical: accura- reasonable terms ; his situation ia '

them with his slateDiflltb. experiment; which Batt ah' :td I & C I'\C'Ii1C: l Idcptt.t: 'II' sill ,1j'I1IIUt'TltIJlh' of the clerk's office renders an applicationto
compare h been niailc is hoot le f flt sri clot iiiL:3 lilies isju cy their diagrams illustrative
such as evinces; a <\ij aity him comen,entforthose who may be '
t
Aroo'i "' ndaifiit cette b-i>ICie tltls: it- I t'some in :
: for self ) important principles
:government; or a tlisp.K.t.ono t 3' about to execute any instrument of wri-
At the last J Term of the Appreciate the blessings; ai.d a. vanta- ". tenijii; ? fit lln'rveo-t'.t' Mutant lea j ;0 saillt(1UeStt' -\ +trutionly. In short, from aU tinge which is to be recorded.Marshal's :
MaY
: JAthviicrs, on s.tCIn.tU Cal
gesotour
happy l1I-w1Il'lher bv a \v.* can learn from those who arcoiu < I T
Sunciiur Court of West Flori-.a, a wi5l''h1uLUS and 'energetic a-lminittra. r-H la teir ce, cpouxfccoii-.ts: et ttL-r. I /
ton of nels. rrLdndi ,)eteiit Ju-lgcs we are fully Sale. /
cull was entered against: Win. F. and our ourselves it1airl'i. wehall exalt or country dernier! avant Ie lever de I l' a-a- warranted in saying, tlu /
or by pursuing; Snjerior Court JFet Florida
Sleek-, Esq. an Attorney ,of saiu: : course: forfeit all cl-um to th:- f Opepo..ih )!tttl'ing ror, des jinnies acuns, tons deux IVagacolie. there is no similar institution ill Joseph Nl.'WhileOrOy virtue of a writ/ t
.. oat ru'iiic l des ..utel k
-, : au pie< >
Court, lo Silt.caUSt- why he care of the general goverr.ment .cr.iient de s' umier t-jtijuura.: L'au. t'cr- the United States, embracing: as vs. >*-'off erifacias to
md become an assylum for murderersrobbers I Potts, me directed in tHis ,
Henry j
ths dots braanch of feinalieducation '
should not be expellt d or suspendcd and swindler Whetlicr by a dmaii CIIl: ? tin cst ie dihne tiU, uuiihouhete every' case, I shall proceed to'sell at PUfjUCAUCTION
llelvclieu do Ucaanm to the Lex-
from the bar of-said court, osi. maniy and firm ddt rmmationve resolve nib petnevillcde super.or for cash in front of tile Court
to restore the reputation of our Terntorvviirther Y&'asur les nvcsilu lac Lt-.nam ill,tunFrrlalc Academy. Iciiisc in the City of Pen-acola tin the .
i.i.charg4 s felTed against hii; ct J. J. Rousseau a iintaurtuliset /
pn :
que
r, \ we shall! remain idle spectatois Monitor.fcv fi 1 st Tuesday in January next I -
lv. Jotju Lee Vv il ictus; l'Sl and passing events ; acquiesce: it tin ([alas bOil Ionian dea nouveiie Ht.eOlS ->-- .
L' lii'lvetien naif br.l\ccth"eci IUlurl', 800 .Irpens o.f
t.d in Court afu-r Aii. ecessity of submitting to misrule and! ". \ > York. 15.Gerict I ;; .. ;;, '. '
de Sundaij, August ,
open I qui l.icrccf un o couveil nepCllM.iitl
> (
i'i -honor ? ::
ab u Steele hail made his appearance H. "j-a-r, rest cantent w.I! SiX iiiul;$ tie I'aiitlCc, .1 lat<> II i: SOil I ?! F.\YKTTfi arrnec P :.;., ::f b 1.L .D ,/ i
3IIt ,....
** amc pour iiuiurer} le! pnvatioi,, t-t pourrcpaudre here tins in the Cadmus / -
Court, being then .n the Piazza. a'tF. tCl'S us putrmts shed for ,19 i rig : ie hails cUe I nw. Hang on> theEscamnia River, where the Big Esanib.a
ooniieur --on iiic, : i
t-.. : Havre lie ill lemain bo
i 3. II (,111 u ; Creek saul'River with the
atu when :'11'. \\ illiams w..-s askei, ['h es reflrrtions; F a tail boji/ ribs, boa c.uuDOJI pert : u joins
( iireslstihly force tiberte L-it'iiourl'ii' dolt il I low, at the Seat of the patriotic mililmpfs and ap appurtenances i thereunto
by the Court if he hud any moiioi .1t'ill.eJe1t: the! mind of every" person ua Jiea JJuitiOJ1C.lie Vice President TOMPRINS until belonging, taken as the property of the
.t 11 SLit +e le boniieur senhestlr.
to make (it biti.... the IM is a' ail convcrsa.u vvith; th/sitiuttjn; q. sad! Poitf, which wjfl be sold to satisfy
; regular prat : our nun 1 p.ir suu c.vcca en uujomnau: I the time arranged fur his reception -
'IVmtory, :u particularly of our this writ and cost./
lice to put that qu> stion to catl, tan CUll lit) Our IVrnton .;.H <- ; par s>;i '\ lutujii jjer,,ctuc-lh chez celia II I li in the City by its Civil Authorities -
xpct'lIl'td i t tI \} illiam Sebree
I jll&: (, t'tl )it.Si.C: pai: -"Ulla Ic Ill'llfill .ill ,
, Attorney every: morning beJoi : tie: v,me htn rdiiy troru the t't.oc 1 which will be to-mor j
J' 1'licureux .
r..l other I waijuisstH ; at 1tc11t cpuux.L Marshal II Florida.20thl824 :
.limcrn.iii'nt, 'tut
terntor.e
taking up other business ) On u. ..1\ t' ; tin- l't: :,h'S pal all expense: I diiirtj! part a', 1'ep.lla ou Ju.tcp.une row. The military display, and August I. --24-lamts.
Itiouo, (lat: U \ Suas UCiiccucz concourse of citizens to witness
here qui
.
S(' and morning alter tiiH rule wo:-- ge.u-ra. natIreautt hive vestid u,
tlluurr to IlI1iU.; taxefor IOl'.ti: par j i i i' .laiocciicc c')'aUit la ..tOllC':'!.. UaasquclqiK his grand entre, will excel any Al 4S HAL'S SALE.
cnicrcd, the Attorney came in. lieu Josepaine cut nit
+ .' "'-s ; blew: powers !have nj4 1)t.l..11 ..icteHI ; que thing of the kind ever before seen
Court iiiid moved to Mrike s. jt. ,'!' ji any eHeclual: way ; tlio altcmpl le joni, 1':liOi'iiihe usccltbie: d'etre guide I in this country." tpertor Court of I-J't>1l Florida.
I par la hj b'.:sse dins: i' aclc le plus unport.ml Nisbet "> 13 Y virtue of a writ
a-.eacouiit tud ,
ruse: ) nas kern 01H'uiyiHI I } .
flour P.UIt
the refold Gazette
OJfaJV Y..luS.15.-2 I
on sevrjaJjraunds '
j ,",.d, .ui i the m'jnkrer, t.ie r'Jabl'I' de Ja| vie, cclui Uu cno.x U une ; vs. l--* of fieri facias to'"Eo
: which he proceeded t: ,: .s\vm t .T p..rade o.ir J"t.'I''Horwith cpo-ise, eel nomine cut prcterc; joaepliineaiuiites is with i inexpressible: pleasurewe P. Steele, & j line djrecteit in this

.. riad, one (,'f which was "inul lit ;;Tju.nt !If I i u j>> ;,i.itioft I.JHJS u'tocouii'.ethi |k*s uutres deur:) (iu paiicrc :e plus announce the safe arrival ol v'm. oodward.J case, I shall proceed

valuable/ f mi.,rash will reili-cl r.cne et le mieux orue, cent ia ruse que la GENERAL LAFAYETTE, wiiH to sell at PUBLIC AUCTION, for cash.

Judge of this Court is the personal :'IU.It; -Vrc Ue h.l7. .l'b his devuuy, main de la \ertu petit cueiihi' sans avoir his Son, George Washingto? LaFayette in front of the CourtHouse, in the city of

tnvir.y of the saidVm.. Fo .tii the- Kite of a country t.ius' l\0\, -f'lt'tl. :! (1' epine i4! redouter, I' Utiiipnintc do sacouleurca and companion Auguste/ 'cnsacola, on the first Monday in January
X d.'a.'i tiiantk.teI by our last ; 1'einbleuic de 1' excellence de ext, a valuable house and lot, situatedu
Steele ; when he came to thi I soiicaraclere son parfulI'n'a cicU La: Vasseur, in the packer ship PalafoxStrtef
-,;. .lative CouuciT, to prevent tile col- ; paint u? the east side of and.
ground he was interrupted b\. t1HCCUl't ci.ion, orr.kis, c'l/ht"qu-ntiy our presentc ,' proye Uu zeph.r, il a ':1 e concentre tout Cadmus, from Havre. Tins great adjoining the residence of \\ m. McVoy,

c'\' rude is little; better ttl ill a m:>ciceryoi cotter pour n'etnbuutner que sou>> vutuqucr and good man was conriurted to w fill' all the out buildings, said lot being
und ordered to sit down l tiine paries plus teiulrca buisersqu'inspire \tice 40 feet front 80 feet taken the
justice. Our cnunnal COde is still a the residence of the President : by deep, as

\\bich he refused to do, peisi:'liiiij- rt''.r,c, and CHlLalou.1 fur correction.-It } la nature et que 1* plus pure on Staten Island, this day, :I property of 1C. 1'.. Steele, to satisfy this

that he could! prove what he hat] i, not ill)' xvisn or my object; in peakjugof ; vertu Puisseiit ratilie.ces deux toujoursdigncs and will be received in the city tomorrow wilt and costBenj., '
i epoux,
past errors, 10 ascr! be taeai to any o- .. Wyman D. u. for
stated by allidaxits, and had a rigi.ul ttier cause; thai error nil JtJ .r.imt>,1t. I I' uii de I' autre, perpctucr pour in a style suitable 'to his ,

be heard ; it was not 'till after Our present ldeggl dative council are eux un bouheur qui ne se rencontre dau I rank. .' \\'m. SSebree, M. w. F.

he called upon to correc: the erra.-a *ucla} aucun aijtre etat! puissent its ne pas oa- --II ... August :25ih, 182: ..-25-Iam4m.Terriiorjf .
had been repeatedly ordered tt beer ce boniieur est facile I.I1ftftointmni
tau exist ; tuy! are called upon to avoid ; que une glace -
sit down, (which he peremptorilyfcfuscd a temporising pol.cx) ; to pursue a lieu, a briser et dont les dgbris ne peuvent by the President oj of Flovida.ESCAMBIA .
I! j jaiuais ere assez bien th/ United States.
b rapprocacs puurret&I't'
m..mlJ.1a1 patrioticcourse the adop-
inipusynmeni ; }
}
to do) that an order of I lion ot a wise,ju>t uud energetic system tin tout :semtjlablc a U .oturtacc'po- 'Villi n Henry Allen, of May- COUNTY; COUUT, :..! .

I for three hours was of laws, and restore the >mkm ; reputation lie quelle prcsentait aaparavaai : jiuis- land,..to be Commissioner for as- February Term, 1824 ':.,;. '

tntcrl.d of our will then add sent ils cranidre, redoutcr, eviter ouJour' : N motion William F. Steele Esquire
I against him. Before the, territory ; they I II :erl ining Claims and Titles to t () -
I time to tlll'lr claims or the confidence of theirifiioxtciluiiia un mOUleut si- fatal et si dccisjf! p uissccelle I : ,Attorney for the.JTerritory; ,
i had elapsed:! the Marshal was and of thc general 'go- de'deux parties qui Uprcuucr au- band in Florida, in place of William I I &c.I Ordered That the defaulting Grand

I enifer the Attorney, and havirg \'l'I'JUUUlt111 have a valuable population raft eiijic j niaiueurdelai ser paratiere la, G. D. Worthington, declin- I anti Petit Jurors at the present term of thiscourt

left the Court returned and said ,, who are willing l to bear any reasonable plus l e gere; trace sur le con tI".l1)11e e( ;d.-A at. Journal. : do shew cause r any there be, at
burthen lor the purpose\ot puiiihhir itapuanjs sf eiiiprc-sser a I' citjicer h e t I'lurc the next October term thereof, wliy fine
that 111'. Steele lefused leave : << plujjlieurcuse- a* empresiicr a pirdouicr. should be
ell
to : :; cr.nies UH u us auppoitiitg Ternlouul Dis"onor.. We not assessed upon them sevc-
Affair of understand .
the prison untilthe time had expifor s-;' vermueiu, and who kuowhowio .. J I. / ,a'l7ally, for liieir said default-the Grand Ju- -.- .
.
red vane l".lt.oaalllbcl'l)' ; and if our'future Votre' union" leu r a din le rev- tha1 a duel was fought at, rors in the lam of fifteen dollar each, and

which he was commit eu. course ix narked by wisdom, we s.iaJl srcnd M. Alaenhaut "est/l image de ioboken a few days since. between :I ttie Pet'u Jurors in the aunt often dollars

The Court then proceeded in its find that our tUvored camate, wll.f-attract i'l[ union de Ui u avecx son L hbe" A. G. Hinman, the Sheriff ofDneida i I g act and,i ii is further ordered, Ihat-'a co- PP

husines'S until about a valuable and numerous pupulaUoii, Dicu, sinoiiine; de sagesse Be puissance county, Sc a Mr. Varick, a I. ); of this rt' Ie published twice amontkr
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to adjourn, and that u c ahulloou: be: admitted as aw de perfection, en l unissant a une I three months next preceding the 0. ,
tsr Mr.V.
"hen the Marshal was insttucted oility iue.i ber ot the 'grand and happy :omaiunioji ties h'deln qai component:: 1' lawy: Whitesborough. tuber termafuresard.:

to 8Q for the cu..f,deraCy. Bglise kavail bicqu'il avait permis que it is said received a ball in his A true COP,' .

etill 1 Attorney, and if he I. It',this course should% not be pursued tj :es.meinbres de wit glise lussent creel throat: and ..now lies dangerously Attest, JuilN MIt.LEIt, CPk. *

refused to come, to bring. him ",e"l butll only add to the many instances "ajk les,''II ,'tMt'douc char de les secouir ill. The Sheriff' was unhurt, but By \\'. .UASELL UUNT,-D.-C. '

I? force> and 10 summon assistance lire ail) on record, of the fatal.consequences deles proUger et de fear pardonnerjcoiia is now in' custody by virtue, of the f\ug. 14th=236t. ".'_ .
from Is 'purtic de la comparalsoii 'que' Ie s -
result that
if
WHICH jmsguidedcourse : :
uec('ssary. Mr. Stale then winch. converts the most ,nappy lavant et'rehgicux: min Stre'await pu-'de-.: law of his country, which he, has I I '-ii- .'l G .....: '. .

ftl&fla his appearance in land into u iiou'hng; wiluernesst'ourici,- 'ClOp' eravecsatacihtttordimureet' pourP most shamefully outraged and, 1 I :.t: ,:; ';J :.. '
Court '
ui.i> nl a d crinunil cone of' laws are'miiitin- eUl cation, de son auditoire; el 'cestelle ,vhich,, as.the fiist public officer in Executed with neatness

a small (pocket pistol) in hisIilcoat ,selves, as well as their adliiimstrktion,rt'JiUred : 'tjuc. l'o\' dolt regtelter qu'U .n'ait! he'county, he was'sworn to'obey.A. : t rf: .

Packet (the mtuzlo of nugatory-it these piiurs ot our t resel ice que lieauctup irop en.racourci I ,.. .1, F. ,Register.- I I despatch! at: e..( ': '
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::- ,---_ ..... t':" !'" -;.-"----;--.1_ ,1Of'_!: THE Sr'BSCRIBER, PENSACOLAUST : r 1ts 1\.cOi1S.\ S
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I1 5' -.,;..c.......'i- .1.. C.:.... t SSO: Reward 1 theloi.o mffl'rf..fr7 ( 7il"ir' 1
.- ...' '-' H -- -...- n rAh' l I\ ccheu b} recent arrival* W -a WJ : S q. 1\ 1 ( /'fL.&
,t &i J \ in' goodS: in, addition to Ins 9J F.ll/\1SDEr.
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1. f, r. jjfr. hftvc l\ect ivccJ 0'I
V: XV ;- lLI. be flu the K.rn.er stock bwlllC1ll he;'vl H cell V low for per schooner Caravandirect I p'r. :
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S ,::4 ". ....:.. .L '" h. ;.l < : 1 VS ? cas.i uz i: $ from J' .
"'- f ; I hthsinn ol 11.1'H'J'tO flEV: iludtll1Jia
. ', '. 4tL.. tJj i'1 ell of books whichare V & *Shield "
S:4: \ ,. ;; :.' ,. ,o.. t ... ii.O bbl>. Whiske.l the firmer supply \ among V ,J
4: S '4 ;.; 'a I ':" .&:.' 31)4tcII: n, J It.'f'\I ,. 1 ;.4. '" ;y "W r. V the following : 0 frvin, .,v''W- Orlc cn,

;. .L I tJ'.1" .t\ .. ;", Hf. UI t: ,-i 'Of' !:'. t.ic t; I&vihfl S 10(1
: I ... Medical Practice, ; Goods
/ !:JO hcoich Itgin.N. / : !
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; ,' LI' It\ pieces*
1: I.' :j/ 1-0 ;j' :.t\ tvy IJSJ.j't < J *
0 Franklin's to the Polar Seas, ClNSlSl>
Vi .j, t't''). t J-II.' 4'xhihJ.!. tl nt )K V ir ;:. H1 out fif tic County, and 11. .Alieu.ifie JJabti's Joun-oy Adventures, I Nu OF V

I'" Iv : ,d> f t--; lv,!:t y. Ar' i.It.! .: ,. .".. ('('"! : ('( u .iryjia'l I'rfi thII' rrj -. de- Hajji Atjildo's Naval IJeios, I'rose bv a 1'oet, )OMKSTIC: plaids a111IJtrine! .
) -it-;;; (/>\ er hip: ; tf I brought tr.i.l dtlme > ;, i L ;Ili'llli.FO: v i Shjirtiic. ::heetiiigs "
;: : j f ...1'\ U tjl. i 'i upj-.jnj;* Songstir's Museum, Salem \\itchcraft; ,
; tj J 't t' t' t' i iI. roi.fc-h| (.'i.ni'v', ucnr Bllil. hubscnherf 'agents for the proM. Cht'cka' tic kir.g37
4 '.' I' "S .. : 'its*;* i It* *.h\\! i.ti ., no'\ :. (" )110" '" l'iiuf\ :'vx-.ll pay: nl' rc.iv.tnuhle pnejorsi, wiljj 'lflstafltiiiII1)l1ed Ckln Anecdotes' Anecdotes, SUPt fie :all! lnv prCed: cloth,

1 : Lt :. :.;:' S. 3' it, g U. M. I.I ti *? ; l,ut nut's ,," :' 1'.1 s"'U a(1(1'r.n.1IS&Vflt' '\ five hl-) '! \\ Ill tlus: junvdti, V;' 111 has been luglilvapproved 1 i F.gan'.N(. J''S Sporting| Chesterfield 2 vuls., C'asstmcres and ;.limits, Ss

t d ( ; .. 1'4 .': '-"tH,1' ht, Ms, b's:1 bi J.\! ,'11 'f he istakVmn I'eitte; iha.cicf h) all licT/t slit' IIs'cl it, and isconfiilf I ( harlotte's regt Letters toir1er.. Ladies white ami back cottOl\'LQ4

S _, :1 j".. ('olln'\ vored to ,10('. 1JAIJHV .s ntl hCCUlIIH-r'Hecl to Gentlemen's white and
: H. .. \.I- Ji.. ,u. l," < i- _r i;S' ) purchasers ; Ilumorr.ort'sr.cxv I collection Anecdotes, mUbte
: { 'f 7 very lyark;, ha.-. .. :'nuu'! ftce1Iul is vvt-H I it warranted equal, if rot of I I hose,
superior
is ,
6i'H1 < i-tl.1 h. \ r upy i H; tit tn'.f-alUiis ois addre 1.(' Vyge'Dev;l on Two Sticks, and
I IK h.l Cotton
p : ;iius : 's q'tite in al.mmk III the United: States and far I worsted:
3 rob.New SCI'pl'ntltf3
'. 1iSttJt !"I I'M' Jhi' b, a- '. u.ri ('j)' Jf\. :trI i iH discourse w sib vvhite above London Tower Proof :For sale La Peyrt.ust Tiohinson's Vi Jrusor) age,Living Plays Extra super printed cui.brics &,..

* S:.,: "":''t ";IJ is s, t' .'u i 1'"f M li>'.;iu-l I' too I p! r-ple : ..i \\ df! known in I'cnsucola ui.d by ,tier's Elements fins .for di'esses, nc\v """. { '..us...
I IItIn
.t!$ ,eiut\ ::.d has no doubt shaped hisc'.F' x rhilips J-peeohcsT) articles It
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STON &
A. 1-. II. MS
iiih. I5ET.
::,H IJJ l ",f is ('ij5Ivfl' VS Tales ifH Landloi'd, 3d AVnc,
4 S (' for that! plce. 9-8 and 6.4 can.bricks
), ,1 ;....uH'd hr 100 Kes JustLy Ue('( h'l'd. ScoM's Lady ( f the Lake, and Jac( ntts
:i iAUiY liMt Oil uiien \\'lt'a' aIioi Irish Linens assorted
,1\4..1..0 n J {'arj'.i'"n tli' Ucp ;: \\ alkt r' Three Spaniards, 2 vols.Htitler's ,
; l' \ .H. ; ulIhttze'tlc coateef hrovnishr *
) ; > t > ; a ll'dliu71l / Uuvul Governor o/ I Linen Cambric hkb.11uns !
: 1,4' 11 1t, ,*,. t lir..vlie:* 1,1 g from the' .si! colour, a bro d br iTIII'Cliunl i na. consccr.l I I'aru'r'santlat, Silk and .SIerscijesBrown ( threadJ '
the Territory of FIDrida.I vcstm""
,,+ Harbai.:1(1's Lessons with colored plates
( 1.1: IIi .h *
,' worn, quaiterecouiitry Ilolhmh)
f :; .f .( )!}l. Ihi 'tl tan shade, i I ; V It ( {' LA.MA'FIN.9iIEflEAS I)eppi i K fning's KntertainmcntKwing's ,
1: ",".It' :i : made SIaOl"-.-I' think he :aii on no ui i>tcoat J ig's English &, India! ,
ud ;i.:.n"L,, .:. 1I1\.J.U:' ph.'cl ; : Legacy, DantianaScfla
:i r. i ; and patitatiiius I cannot I':.rlicllla'i ST in! pursuance of an act GlOOfaphl'l'g0l1"s; Cotton Flags. and ; ij ,
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) ,\ a'l; Ic .. ) \ Locke's &. aCCH'si I pocket hkfs.
1.1."IHt ; : ,
,1'1 ; I'; J. t" ;- and the aJs"
descnhe he fHlo\v Legislative C I
Sn ; i is a very crttty Vhot mill c) of the Nankin J'rape dressesfigured
: ,! n' "#" :; w.allio doubt try to pa>s for a five man, Territory of Florida, approved) the 24th' odgdon's 1 Letters, Linnet Song Book, I IJlack! Italian Crapes ,
,
:)'1" t.o; t'.nirt't"; the u.urmurof: tin j j'b Life of Washington's Life,
1H2.
: i" uiidniy probably change hisclotiies.VVillium flay of June, >, Commissioners were Leghorn h hats,
L' :- I S select Watson's philip 2d and $d, 2 vols.
to the
I appointed most and
1 eligible and of other
a
Taylor.Conecuh variety
,fclM s-< v -\ .-NsrvJ the UK'li.m'holy day I convenient situation for the seat" of gov- lIaws'Life: of Newton, Putnam's Life, VS ticks.7casesgentkrnen's.staple andJ.Fcy. -- ,

t: Au<. it'll, UK' t nANUiu: w:>t .iiot vvjicictoTlif CountI.hama, f-rmr.ent of the Territory of Florida, and Uonaparte Life, i
S \ 1281-1 Aufftist 182-*-26-.Iw. Lectures V and bo '. ']
Astley's Cooper's ,
irt' g
;I} the said Commissioners have reported tome black beaverSc
S .-' vwC \\a'::; !t'dthe! garden was a THK I I.S I"P N I}I Il S I { 1I D, that they have selected a scite in the Ferrer's Meuical Histories, latest> fash on, castor, hats 0|* tht

,.Ii.1 of Gadsden situate'd MurusMateria: Medica,
L. hand und offers lor sale County "about a mile I i! 2 cases fine cutlery &c.
HAS ,
on on veJ& I table
( I Ami iiast, MK haunt, 1 ltl'd-ti1l woman southwest from the old deserted fields of Phillips on Indigestion, and forks kr ,..
I K f.,\orablc terms, the following articler V ,
S ry I
iA fl1. i'l.tU! Talluhasse, about a half'tulle south of theOke.lockony Baudelocquc's Midwifery, Pen-knives scissors

s si A ,c'lI.)6! aMsmcf ought ;, vitjupcrfinc/ : Flour |. and Tullahussl trail, at a : Toller's Law of Executors, &c. & razors, n d'.es;

.5 ficv. bjiiinuiir d1 .ic:('; lIl'll pont uliciethe old Spanish road is intersected Blackstone's Commentaries 4 roh. 1 2 bales
Superii; lye \\ hiS1V, Osnabnrgs
# Bishop Home on the Psalms, ,
t IL $tot' ..a't ,II utisti.i 1 by a man trail running; southward-
S : 1Ii. (' )I" ) N. Oilcans Run) and TafTia, j ly." In the exercise of the discretion in Marshal's Friend's Family, &c. &c &c. V 30'picces cotton bagging-,
-fttt\ 1- :. Juunti .(i luntfsiu. ciirli* do. t.J()bs"it's, ,
ALSO
S 3 WHICH, ,
S ; me vested by the said act, and lor the information
-t'H, ud ilcrtghianu$ the 1\. York Anchor (;In, with the stock heretofore 50 barrels
on
r it \ "S !; Oil ofthe good people of this Territory together whiskey,
4 -- h'n u 'IPl : ;g-, "nd tiiC S 4.4sl boat Vv irttr strained Sperm. 1 have thought proper to issue this hand, composes a very extensive and general 7 do loaf star,
Mackarcl No 1 m13
Jj ,. MTVrdSOaliCi; .lli.' llnil1 dtj/- my 1-roclamation, requiring the members assortment of books, and will be 5 qr. casks I. F.TenerlfTewint
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: icc-N. O. & llaxana brcwn Sugar, ,
for cash.
sold the New-York 1
Diciits. A t...niiuucd ij'k! vt' W(' 1Hh, Double and s n.ie. refined Loaf, do. of the Legislative Council of the Territoryof at prices pipe cognac brandy
;R : Honda; to assemble at the scitc above Country Merchants public private 1 do Peach brandy,
ii or i-
ftll1C he FICt 1\ t d. atlU ..CC.Lip1t lack Pepper, or the neil session thereof. terms, and such books as are ordt."rl'cLancl 4 qr. casks dry "Malaga wine
T...llow Candles ,
Sperm.and are not (In hand will be procured with as 15 barrels
: :: ..lI. 11 ( j'illh ;Q isfM-i aiMso blown and I salt Given under my hand and the prime pork
Liverpool ground ,
S'S" 100 b"l l, ....n.. lilvl Hope, Soap, :
i: distance will be attended to, Gun .
1'ensacola as promptly powder do. in
the 4th canisters
: > ricnus; \ c-'n iht bankS and of Bacon received' day of ,
I us.i M ; a quantity ,just by
;? ,| March in the and meet with the same liberality as a ,Coffee, sugar, flour,
S sear of'our soap, sweet oil
thun .
: UJltl""l'.J 'I 1"", (11" the Schooner Uenril.t\a, 1\ Oi leans. ersonal cop.
i.fl\"o.hHt: Lord application.V. alium salt
: VS one thousand eight I pens petre. starch, -
M |I' 'tu, > 'Ii ajjj-ht d iu l ,.t' tsaL.t' Joseph "ors .th. hundred and twenty-four, \ Hasell H uilt. pimento, iiul.g-o &c &c; nccn: '-

S- v. <:. n od i\ii abou ; Uu .tabciiiulnii I'cnsacoli, 'Aug.: 27th, 182.1'--Jt. VS audoi the independence of i 50 kegs paint, white, green & blae.

.! ill r. .Mv) i Litly: must iiato a Custom House, I'ensacoiu, / the United States of America AN ORDINANCE, 2 casks Spanish brown V
: Ii
: k.10sauh., and i i. is |,urrhab c dtltrii .J Ill\' 1()1!.., 1824. 3NOTICE the forty eighth. I TV prevent jlerJlIe ji'om bathing 2 tons Su cds iron,
5 cwt steel
; .5 j wurar, bibii t blin l rrpii-iiish- the Governor WILLIAM f.UUVAL. i the day time front of the city. assorted.On 0

S ft: ;.ud. al'drd- ul irS's, nian'uu- 7'o Musters of Ve&tsrls after round- By Gfco. \\ xi-Toy,, I BE it ordained by the Board of Alder- Consignment,
of the of Pensucola that
S city : ,
111 ,;;, rs uud ciiii. iuis arc 11h'f- lug Tartar IJiiut.iij bec'ry of Florida. from and after the seventh day of June 50 barrels corn meal, I

; 'S ea.1. -u.. it t s die U HE Collector has fixed a lamp at the March 1.>- 1 tt. current, no person shall bathe in front of 300 do. corn in the car.

AJ'I ui i tHihc. g :il'ruan! ht- coriiir of the Custoni-JIouse hich By the President of the United States. i. the cit) ; dunng the day time, betweenthe June 5th-13-tf.< V

'# : a r..au ( I f Jiiibim-ss." In. ad- M di be lighted every cven.nj, f r the be- I N pursuance of law, JAMES! Moxnoz, Point Verducant and the Bayou de iAguaxla ... -
V Ca. .r
V Vi.sil .. r uvocavions, a ticlitf those who arrive at'ier dark, to President of the United States, do and any one \'io/atinJtlut/ : ordinance MavsliQtVg feale.
dioii >
eiiaijlc! them to come up to the proper hereby proclaim and make known, thata if a w bite person: or free, shall

: s> "ro or .,o..iS iS bouhu; and ihcTJ anchorage. The ight bears fiom the public sale will be hrtd at the to-xn of pay a fine of two dollars, or in default Superior Court of 111'c8t Florida.

L .. V 1"0 '" tt' 1.I.''', S- AI I. i..4l1d dlJ !'(.IIIt, y. K. distaJii about 6 mi1es.'I .- Juvksou, tin seat of government of the t. ere of shall work at the public works of Thomas English! j JT>Y virtue of a tIt

'j eu ; rp. 't' ttIV h, lw IHLI <., UsiV he depth of wtt'r v\til vary from 7 to 4 state of Mississippi, on the Jirst .}!ondug this city eittht .\o:, or if H siuve, shall receive -. 7. crsetal "fa ./

;"3 \' "', U. Uhln'' .;, 011 Use) iirsisal. Lthov. s. Good anciioiaivill: be found in Dece nbe next for the disposal of the I ten lashe, unless the owner should Alexander Love [sale, ptm petition fr

ui a tl-u-ct hue i'ruin the liht} in i to 6 Laiivi pttiuate HI lie following descnbctlicvvnjh.ps : pa a fine of one dollar. and others. JfitccbturtfJUfogL \
U'-", .' UU, Jr \ fathom 11 tfJAM ; aixl fractional
V ;- Unviulupsin the *
F. H. Nisbp.t VJaLvecase, m>< e at the .;
,. II e uu.o is approaciiinj: ; all(. district: of laiuU ceded: to the United Mutes ; f *!... JlJ1l.0rahk lay tmI,
( President Hoard dldermen. ( ovr!, I alUJ1l
,o.S, :;M. the' s'u.o ir.ust: be J' plinisht (I u-to" :mtilioiYcnitiX. I bv the, Ciioctaw Iiidians, vi/: June 4th 1824, of proceed to sell at Public Auction in front
-Approved, tj
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S 1\h I hi* roii'si'.qa .. EaU of the Jlfiitlinn tine nfthe District of Court JLue in the
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,,, .'. VS S r /inin" u'ah' \ I 1'. ALBA, Mayor. city of ftauac. llOIl. \
Pea Jliver.
":-.:,. "" ) IXT aiiO ':ilulldin; 01 out lit ur.radt .; CUNMNOIIAM: daughter ofjr Fractional 12 TucsJtiy the, 5th uu$ of Ur>*1 rr iitrt.
:
,.n for tUlln and Jane C'unmn ham, cf brl'l'I1.lll townships -5- at O'clock,for fisf.t .the foL'awiig daCrtbtd -'
V m e 1 C \ .ttt ; am; t.ibpurhlb 1.t Isos. ll, 15, lb, &.17", of range No. 4. AN ORDINANCE real estate
,. : \ Dis.tr ci", outh ( arolina, who lived vi:.
,, hot :.iiJ l lod,' inu t n;. j. I Ill", 1.5,16 & 17 '
>u.r 5.
& .. J near the (.ioUleii drove, \/oud! be very ; To rcifiu u-n ordinance, ..establish : : 800
t"II" ''. ;i' C-.ly to tHl.1l' till' Iitcar"\ thankful to any person who \\ ould give : West oft/se Meridian Line of the ChoctcnoJfistriit. lug a ocave nger's cart. 4\ I'penS of Land,

(3Ss \ V1- j>**ic1 I uses. On Ue eve oi qo.1l. uer inioniiation; t.t her relations. Her father j E it ordained by the board of Alder ,.t""fBI lIu/ cI in scambia Conntu. top.on .

: !stlU' shavid.linn .John Cunninghamdeparted this life : TownshipsNo B the vater of the pgnM\
;: luif an: "Ie .. ". 7, 8, 9, 10, &. 12, _of range No 17j8,9 .... zmP'l.' ,
'4S nu HIr. 1.: have tn .M oFt C!il\llc Uis.rjct, b. C. nearly 20: andlO ordinance passed and approved on the V/i au the .mcllt. thereon consistsof ;

i' ;. \ ('arsago, and his: children's names were ) 2 27th of May 1823, to establish scaven a vahtar6 &4WMILL, with oil!its J:'"'

;, ,i. ...' ssbi.r.mli: lo ciun a u(>nticinai.v -John, .(.iiiitfr, Ki becca, tieorge and Jane, 7, //8, and 9 3 ger's cart, be and the same is renewed, so "Ct'le'Y'elcmdaP llrtenances, anti other bullS '
.5 Jtilr in the act cJf( siarlinvj lor NYork j; East of use .Meridian Line of the Choctaw sent occupied JamelD .
(the above) ; ami sue thinks, as near a'S' far as that the scavenger cart thus to be Ills ut JI) by a

: 4 )! Ii" -: o j)U rihiisi' jj*)ods. Not ..ue, caii recollect, that her mother<< married !1 j jDistr'tct.; V re-established; shall visit each house within ind one hClL.f of Lot J\o. 6. in th: cij VofFensacQia

.$1 V i., nculu: be indo cUJ'o\Js-hut I.V '- la.1. by the name of Ingrum; and movvd Townships this city, three times a week only, instead illumed on the tqua-e- 17t.
I to the Slate ot deorgia, and she hasever No. 7,,8. 9, 10, II, 12, of range No 1 of h,' the ordinance .: ahoepi'operzg: will be sold tn sat.Jy a .,
: ; irry ihit.1 : ;;.* n ust be in r". :,d LIltSb hiS The lands! reserved bylaw for the use daily, as required the 1M.
heard from them since. A ktter aforesaid. Irjtndnnt to theptwntiJ.. '
: .U j.. V 5 t.uon.. L cf a cash stoic at ih of schools or for other purpJ, u'dl be gageii5a'j. :
: ; es,
f'' I"1.1''. S i. .sg In r.teu to Jane 'unnn.gham, Columbia, And be it further ordaintu, that this I Jrr.i/JA: }l. for '
winch
ir-v. t\en lo the paintingOi'all excluded from the sales, will commence SERB BE Marshal
". !rn'J :) ( niiCNbee, contain.lig mtonn.tior. ot present ordinance shall take effect from IIJL IF.I:
with
t: S ,, ', i' u ball SIhU. IUCUI'Jil be thaukiui:*' icccvtd.JItl the lowest number of sections the 10th of this month until the last day) March 29th, 18 12--lmts,
asid
r .. : VS Ybe 1 ,la-p.iriu 1 I'-r: Xe.w-York is )). 51h 1824. townships in regular,numerical range order., and will proceed October next, and that the; Mayo; shall

, !. .... S t CCJlllpll')1."l; ., and "the rerI .' lOB GiVen: under in) hand, at the City of contract by the month With the lowest J. SllINN'S PANACEA.
: AN OitUlNAM'E bidder and that the shall
be :
;, I :Ii t.s rti'jji'l! i be e \peut.d ;&lUtJUJ. Washington, this fifteenth thy of July, ; amount pad, V
4j .. out ot any monies in the trcasurHot otherwise */ milE subscriber hav.n.;- discovered i c.
&t1 lltle'IIt'\\. :cl' :Tchani's aequufh- "'o amend the ordinances to raise a rcvehiie A, D:. li24, appropriated. I! JL composition ol'Sz'ajm's cele l1.tJ
I JAMES MOXUOE.By .
t'IH't'? ill (.tJlI-tt'llttlCt' oi tin- jui- in the City of Pensacola, passed the I President: F.1V1 Nisbcf. I I'anaceii, has now H supply en .und fcf

C ; -too : ;ur disposed ol lit)- -th December 1822, and 4th June last. 11KO. GRAHAM, President Hoard, of.'i1'etnen. I sale He has reduced the price from j?

$ L' lilt' hJJ't-I)OXl 41 50 to SV2 5'J, c>r by the dozen g'AU .
raiJyliurlcd pieiii&h S LOTION 1st. Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office. June 4th 182, Approved,

_ and I..1' V.' red for Nt-v-' Be it Ordained by the Board of Jlltler- 22-ts. I,. ALBA, Mayor ( charitable inst.lutions in the Uited

I : IUlI .', "V:, But our ;Tn, ;c.haudsl.-- iiifft of the City ttforesnid! 1 hat for the I To 1 oUimE \\\l\\\e 8.TI -V- V "- ..-.. States. and the poor will be suppliJratls.

Iu ft* t.1 have a j.urtyoi'pleasure bl'- present year, and annually hereafter, 'r\\ ; U'bse-ribfi- : VS
of there shall be levied and collected on all Merchants of Pensacola, wishing If the citizens of the principal cities*.
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IH' fit st Au.Uht, una no
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r V ; ." .iodises and lo's the property of persons o encourage the trade in Wagons Has received, per the last arrivals from iowns will appoint ;m agent, to order ?,ndtistribute

t clt Mh3iIiX to t..UShis) g-OU S0 th..CoJl ( rciidmgxMthin tnt corporate limits, a tax to their place,'as also to obtain Cotton of PMlwlel /Ja aizdXewOrleansiefot.- \ this medicine: to the pool &

,' of Sil'1)j1tI'S, delrrmincd I. ..fh cn\.ti\'e cents on each one hundred the best quality, and being aware that lOilJillgjre811 supply of GOU1JS. J will be supplied;

: t .a -: Like liicni aioii}*, in these cheaj.trr.vt'lling iiollars ofthe value thereof many small planters, who can bring but a Tins Medicine is celebrated for tk

M'llm .t : tin.e--tiny v\ l.. ec.rdi4g ac- SEC. 2d. Be further ordained, That small quantity to market at a time, deserve Groceries cure of the following diseases .-Scrofok

. I-l)1).L'd Sc ri'-tnaiked, ',n all houses and lots, within this city orts encouragement' for the pains they take or King's evil, ulcerated or putrid 'ton

: i iS 0tiiok jurisdiction claimed or owned by: an\. with| their crops, have resolved to standing rheumatic afi'ectio
throatlong
I I aid: pvssugf lo parts unn divide the amount subscribed, two; hundred I gfijarre1s superfine Cincinnati flour, 11
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or
person person, n';t residing therein, cutaneous diseases white swelling *
V S kllll\ \, iln tiu trcntliMnuii aim lady tiu re shall! be levied and collected a tax )dollars, into two premiums, as mentioned S,P>!I4 chests hyson skin tea, &. 6 cI't:5t.b diseases of the bones and all cases geo*

4 j V so as to he here on the frsi oi (,1' th'ihc cents on each one hundred below, for the best two loads delivered :; gun powder do,imported 5tll. April rally of an ulcerous character, and chronic -

LV dollars of tlu- value on or before the first day of Januarv 1824. !
: AL RUSt 10 ir.uk*' gOt' his eiigate1I1tt$1 ttiercot.SEC. : next. 5 barrels loaf Sugar, diseases, generally arising in debit

V ts rrlat c lo tin si.m, ', und discharge .';cl Be further Ordained 'That 100 boxes ale and cider, : ted constitutions, but more espectttyfiom
: FIRST PREMIUM. porter
on all Luwvers!;, Physicians and sphilis, or affection arising the i'e*
tiu./Chills that rciiaiit unjid. persons 12 barrels .
': huiding cn Ii appointments under the general For the best Wagon load of Cotton in coppel'aS.Hcu.cl1Vare I from, ulcers, in the Lrvnx, nodes, &c-

: % ]) Tin ;ign at the painter'sr or tet'r.torial governnieiits, except -quare bales, say not less than six bales, And that dreadful disease occasioned by'f

as follows-'4M. Lourne'x i notaries public and justices:! of the peace, weighing 320 Ibs. each, or upwards, to bebouijd ii i long and excessive use of mercury, &* :

.. ('CHill &tore.t% not being law) ('l'.., there shall be Jevieu with six ropes or more, a SiLVER i I It is aiso useful diseases of the !5v2fr .'

VSI and collected tax oi five dollars. VESSEL with a suitable inscription, of 1 ton American castings, i

( A pi ('I t Y smart r 'par'tt'was SEC. 4th. .Be It further (lained the yalue of one hundred and fifty dollars, 1 do English do. 5 CEll TJFJ C1 TI'S.
That
U;I .. Riv Mi tin-filler chty at a place in there shall be levied and, collected, on ali or that sum :in money, at the option of the 1 do sweJ.es iron, I I have, within the last two year?,_

I the Tron tfatis Glasgow, where dogs in the city aforesaid, a tax of lift successful candidate. 5 bundles sl\eet do. an opportunity of seeing severalcase. ,..e

i : S'.MIM n'jiairs We rr being made on cents, winch tax snail be paid by tiu SECOND PREMIUM.For I 2 do. steel, 1 i very inveterate ulcers, which, havtnj?

the' and a confined owner or owners thereof. the best small load of Cotton in 20 kegs nails, assorted, 3d,4d, 6d, 8d, sisted..previously the regular modes .

puvt'ineiitf very btc. 5tl He square or round bales, say not less than lOdj 12d, 20d. I treatment, were healed by the use of )

IV: -sjvu'f: \Y hs lelt for the lieges to the Pt'I'SnaJ taxes itjiir.her mentioned Ordained in That three: bales, to weigh 300 lbs. each or up- 100 doz. knives and forks: I SWaim's panacea, and I do 'be'id, ft
| the
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Valk upuu.-A Iteuutitul 3d wards, A SILVER CUt' of the value of 20 do. Pen and knives
4a young I I and 4th paragraphs of the 3d : ection also pocket what1rhaie! seen, that it will pI"JT
; hujv:. was met$ al this ll row spatS the tax on sword canes &c. 'mentioned, fifty dollars, with a suitable inscription: V 20' do. Padlocks, | important remedy in scrofulus, YC' t 'a1.G

V by t \\ o gf ntlenieti, (one of them j.ncxquibiic in tin 5th i..raiajh oi the same sectiou or that sum j in money.preferred. 6 do. coffee mills, !i \I mercurial diseases.

ri' Corinthian) 'L protisi," oftlc Ordinance ot the 4th of June last, The following persons have been appointed 10 do. brass candlesticks, i j ; N. CHAPMAN, )!: D:
L5 :; L "* a con.-oittce to examine the cotton 10 do, pocket books, i ;f .
S s .id the dandy, "this place is as are hereby repealed.' ,' and av.rd the premiums-it is ex- 1 do. patent sauce pans, Prtifsssor of the Institutes /a.tl Pl'CJCtit.1 .

I 1VtI to\V as Balaam's )passagi'-" SEC. o'lh. He further Ordained, That pccied th itiSfaCtOfj' assurance will be C do, Carolina! hoes, Physic in the University of Perl1llgtoarsc-

1 V Yes," Sciid 1 his companion: and the taxes: on slaves: on stuldie horses, gigs given by try individual offering for either 1 box planes, I I have employed the panacea 'of : :

4. S ,l\\\ and/our wheel carriages, shall be raised that v .e lot of cotton produced is 5 doz, carpenter's hammers Swaim in numerous instances, wU> : H
i1 flalaarniny IN arnstcd -
profit and collected! conformity to the Ordinance the growth of his own plantation. 20 do. gimblets, I last three years, and have alwaysfouno ,
t1 by an .d;; c/.M u1 .rul said ot the 29th of December 1822, nil I Ie
F. H. Nisbet.N. 6 do. draw knives, : I' I extremely efficacious, espcia.iy 111 ::; I
tr V te! IwiJy, looking him full in ihe subsequent provisions to the contrarynotvvithsiaiuiing. : : 3 boxes No. 10 cotton cards, ary syphilis and mercurial disease. I. r

*t ,. V face; a she same t
ji V ._. ]J' rJ:- 't l h l1)iLfl i 1 am slopped by SEC. 7lh. And be it further Ordained, Jas. B. Selby, V 20 kegs powder ; I of inestimable'value. of ..' ;;
r S That all and ever) provision of the Ordinances GIBSON, ,)I: D.,
tile ..4t,8\. -Edinburgh Star. Jos. 0. Keyser W. "
S of the 29th December 1822 "
and U' '
Goods : in the
S A'vo'jng hadyVtn hearing that a 4th of June, 1H2-J, which arc not formally ,F. Pasquier. Dry ProJea,01'ofsur4crg Peifl'Y !" :

coins had In. found repealed or altered b tins ordinance I V V ; 01' "' ,
thousand)) en ). present Pensacola, 9th Augnrt..1821.-23-tf.I I
Che152V.
t nf.ar Bnjbton race course, with shall receive their' full i and entire.... S 1 trunk fuie brogans, VJOHN. SIUUN, *; tt. *'lPbilndelpbia
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.. S exclaimed: "! execution. 'I- NOiiCi.IjURING 5 packages dry. goods, Feb. 17,1823-1"1- i

; I grrti simplicity Saml. Patterson 'my absence from 'Pensacola, 10 reams foolscap paper N. B. For sale at Smith and Pea "tIi V ,

t dtfe say they are my brother's for Preiident .L! Mr. \V. H. HUNT is my agent and 10 do.,letter"do. l E: corner of Third and )Market; Strccj: ; ,<

I MMMV be lost a thousand me last pro. tern of the f attorney in fact. 4 boxes wool hats, 'I, Each publisher a newspapervW,

, I Umehcvas. at the! races .. Approved Aug. 17th, Hoard 1823. of. Aldermen.- John Miller.V :.uo-20 doz. Lee's London., Pills, nit (l Stated. requested' ,to PU&' .-jii!.:

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Kentucky P. 4hLJjA4 ,)tclJ'r. August 7th-22-tf. VS '=:- e "'I:!
; June Utb, 1824.. ; send:: their accounts for 1 PaYfl ..?,,. VS i

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PENSACOLA, MONDAY MOKNIXG, 'SEPTEMBER, 1824. 1
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of Claims. e8e lted'underthe: ninth Article of the''isdy' tI Sp t'"t .


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I Names of Claimants. Negroes tattle Horses.: SUNDRY ARTICLES. : AMOUNT CLAIMED._ !I.1.J..oWEn.. ALLOWEDDollars. "

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I o'l,J .. I .. SiDollars." .. 1 Cents..' II Dollars. I Cents.: Dol ars. Cents., ,el i ..I Centd -*. io11at Ce w, a

i- f If azir. ccntcno, 1 1 arc twr ve "e3rshlr : 2f l I f II 2100 ..,.. r '::: '.
!:1 Sls ,d1t ,\ peranly. -Hlrt' ofamt damage to .n. SM"e" 567 25 I I 567' 25 -.J v.,i;..
2 t, p;(tro1D:\ Sen'r. 2 42 T 1 1 house,1 barge, pork.corn and nee, 4741 I i : 5741 '1000 ; :. ,:.):
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3. : 'lU' "10 La.\t..1c, On" J'ood6u.nd silver ware,.I 5942 551. I ."..942 551 .". .
4 ;;' ,h s1 !aura, 2 1. actdteand, bridle, ;195 195' t .'j. <.
.5 I 1iotro Tom, i 3 1 tar kiln, 1400 .. 14OQ. ". ... ,'- .-'
6 Lc.pier tch'let, 1 1 .20 P air blankets silver ware, 677 I I' : 677 : ;,1. :"
I' ('a',!" 1'LL1\' 20 1 ,480'I I 480 ;.. .'" ,.1 ; ;
g 10 1 saddle 840 810 ;. :.: f<""": ,
11. nr rte G1 ndPrE. ,,,. new > ; ..... :
9 t. 1 22 barrels flour bread and silver 434 50. 434 1. : .,.,1
I JO\c rptt" i'o CU"O, ,3001bsshpP ; clothing ware J : 50 :-j-i : V-? :
1\1\' Peter ,\1hl ''ul1r. 95 3 22 barrels Corry j' 25\)0\ : 169J '. ; 810 :: ;:,' l-
l1 I IJ; s'ph"',()ors 25 2 .... I !, V.:': 2225 I -500 1600' .'125 '
I Antonio Iblltoras, 10 :2 and damage on Houses, 1'# <, ',' ,.:.< '. I 465 ; 270 I -,' 195 : :
13 ,'oaquim Marcia ., 53 5 2000 lbss biscuit, .! "f" : '._ 1336 9$0. 356 .' : -'
14 I 1 rarcisco LL Cabana,, .'. 1 1 boat, :' 175 175, ., ,':t
15 460 I 380 i. :
rr.nd"co t cmcz, 16 5' V 80"
16 TIm s Yillascea, S2 ':'' 650 I. 5. 0. < ,.s130"' ,j) :' J
II :-'-'hastLn Gar en. ,-r 1 10 12 2 houses,4 guns, 1 saddle and one casting net, 1278 .. I i 1278 : p
1 .lo1mHo Cazrnavc" l Odoubloon8i.ndsi1vcuwar 2q27( ; 500 1521 "
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1 .loseph Homray, 27 S ,. 720 VV \ 450 : '27J ,
2J 1'edra Mendoza. 12 .' 120'. '' 120 ;
2 ,''r.nc"co Tuuad, 12 l' 234. 210 '. 24 .1
:: 1\farj U\lS: V 1 boat,3 trunks dry go barrels flour,and 2 of pork, lU70 : ; 970 100". .: 1
a If,Itr.n SUlichet, 16 2 t 590 \ I 250' 140 ? 1 1j
:' IStS Diego nf'y CS, ._ 16 ,2' Groceries, 974 .75 974 75 V'
161"* Antonio Collinq, 81 19 2473 1920 553 :
;, I Franciscu Collins, 151 4 6300 liO' 1510. :, 1
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2 1818 :cfattncl Dnmar.guez, L 100 13 2150 1650 5UO
i I Antonio Sanchl'z, :" 60 doubloons, 960 960 '
J, Thomas P. n oboo" 3 houses, 70 cords or wood, 280 empty: barrels, and 1 tar kiln, 1410 810 600" .'
31 1814 'JaHnel Gonzales. \ -' ,101 36 '. ,4 80 3170 1010" I
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$1 Joseph' Medina 15 )00 150 150. '
23 Joseplline Sr rra., ,. 250 7 1 box Jewelry and 2 barrels potatoes, 4075"'" s I 2935 1140 '. iJoyr
ph Castillo, 51 barrels corn, \ 255 2.$5 I. ":
JI 5 Thomas Cotnnp}'ns, 20 7 Muskettsandclothing, 705 7\)5 V cg
Fernando Moreno, 9 3. 11 hogs, \ 468 398 70 ... k kT
;5 Euphrosine l fly nard, Cash and merchandiz ", 5.0U2 I r 5002 V, : 1* d 8
8 Geraccu Lopez, 28 6 870 590 280.
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,9 Vetro Senac. I 41 --. ; 940 5 0 410. 5
41J Juan 14eseTJ\"ano, 8 2 house, same provisions! and 1 boat, \ 1186 : 1186.VV. '.. '
41 1818 1...mclsco Ronal,: Cargo of Schooner iuuiea, V \. 5449 37i 5449 371 '
42 Joseph Nora'.l. 2 2 boxes se6gars, 1632 13$2 300. .'
43 1814 Francisco Suarres, 40 15 1 boat, 1025 925 100 I
H Josefa Palanci: trispo: 450 15 1 house burnt, I 6200. 5100 t 1100ja .
Delade Pdie 6 96 I 60 \ 36"
46 Peter Philibert'V 5 1 and s'lme Provisions, !! 349 17 : I 324 17 ,25": :
47 f'e1lppe( Prjeto, Ex'r. 8.c 'n 2.)0 4 1600 500 109. .
(8 1818 Jacob ht lker. _, 200 bbl. potatoes, 20 do.porn, 2500 wt Hay, &2 daze chickens, 692 I 692 ,
t9 Edward Uo'le, 6 30 5 Gun, swine, fowls, provisIOns, clothing &c. 3789 SO I! 3789 50 \ IS9
HU7)) Charles Evans, 1 '1' I 8.J0 'i 850 ,. .
51 Eucnio A" Sierra, 8 4950 i i V 4950 ',-'
I Francisco Bonal &. Ignatio 1laura, Schooner Cecilia and her caro, 9922 2 I. 9922 21 \ > ,
53 Francisco nonai, Dry broods and 'TOCerici. 6274 374 I 6274 37 j ;
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54 1818 1 }'l'acis o'il.urios and others, 19 12350 12350
5S David .Lble and Antonio Frias, 82 533ut) 53300J ( .
1814 t JoaquHD Uilrela, 1. 700 fUo' 100' .
57 I I8 t F....ncaco n.ma.I, 4 3200 3200 '
8 I p I Nicholas Dc finlel 2803 I'I 2803 I
11814 J Peter Alba Sel1'r. 2 1700. 17PO

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SIR-By,an act of Congress of the 3d Match, 1823: "the J udgs 2d.-For goods ...ud other effects taken in and near the Town, pensation is claimed, are invariably stated to have bee /*.xca.

.,. : of the Superior Courts established all-eiuacola and St. Au- ',t' :he entrance of the American Troops. sinned by the corps under Capt. Boyles, or by parties'of Indians-
pibiiue, in thc Territory 'If Florida, respectively, are authorized 3d.-b'or property destroyed in the country by the American and militia. Fr;.m t.issae! of things, it must be obvious to, the
:ltd directed, to receive and adjust all claims arising within their Indians awl raTigerc either by accident or with a view to some Secretary ofthe' Treasury, that it is no easy matter to ascertaintht
jes ectivejurisdictions, of the inhabitants: of said territory, or I military ohjt>ct. real truth, and the whole truth, from the ex-parte evidence '
heir representatives, agreeably to the provisions of the ninth 4th.-For cargoes of+''vtssels) seized in the harbor of Pensacola adduced, in support oft these i claims : although I have spared, no-
. ankle of the treaty with Spain ;" and by the second section of by the British in 1814, to prevent them as they alleged, from I pains to come at it by interrogating the witnesses of the claimants
kite same: act, it is further provided, that in all cases in which. falling into the hands of the American army, and thereby en- ; yet, it is possible, tbut from the want of-a personal know-
pesuid Judges shall de.idtin favor of the claimants, the decision creasing their m arts ot5th. carrying on hostilities. of these transactions ny interrogaloiies may not have been di-*

, : with the evidence on which they are founded, snail be by .-For cargoes ot' vessels, and negroes on board, captured reeled to the proper points for illucidatihg them. I have therefore ,
., pcsaid Judges: reported to the Secretary of the Treasury, whon in the year 1818, in the harbor of Pensac<,la, and sent to Mobile thought it necessary, direct commissions, to take the 'depositions -<
. being satisfied that the same is just and equitable within the for adjudication, for alleged violations of the acts of Congress, of persons who may have it in their power, to. throw .
."; .rav i8lQi7.a ort/ie said treaty shall pay the amount thereof to the prohibiting the importation of slaves. light on this subject : and which are to be transmitted to you as t..
rf bersou or persons in. whose favor the same is adjudged, out of 6th.For negroes lo t by the inhabitants during the year 1814 soon as they! can be executed ; and I must ..request that the decisions ,

. n j money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated." by being afforded tHe opportunity of escaping from their masters made by me, in casesembraced; in this class ot the claims,..
VY On astute reflection, I was of opinion, that the duties thus i durnl American be considered as subject to'such further illucidation and ex pi a* :
1. bpostd upon the Judges, were not of judicial character, and army, and forJnegroes: 'carried away by Indians, or killed nation as may, be derived, frcm the highly respectable sources, to :
.., ould not be executed according to any known form of judicial or wounded. which application has thus.been made. ,
1' rottdurc. On this subject I beg I leave to refer you to the case In many of the clainjs \ I entertained doubts, instead of The amount, of goods and effects for which 'compensationclaimed 'J3"
t tforirdin 2d Dallas 410, when it ut as decided by the Circuit rej Cticg them all together, I have submitted them to the Secre- as ,having been| taken by the Americans attached 'to tho- .
goers of the United Slates, under a similar law, that the duties tary of the Treasui y, and this in some cases where in my opinion army, or followers of the) camp is very inconsiderable comparedwith :
c'.:'tdnot be imposed upon the Judges, and that the act of Con- a liberal v onSlJ ucti<>n of the ninth article of the treaty. would the preceding. Ij is admitted by the witnr scSt :tbat as'
grtiscould'.nl\ be considered as an appointment of Commis- entitle the ". to compensation, and in others, where no reasonable soon as the American ( -reral took possession or the town, thtf'
. /!):, sby an official instead of a personal designation, a decision cons ruction could give it to them. : most rigid ;police was established,and themost complete protection '
.' ,,hlth appears I Lt.' recognized in the case of Marbury and Ma- The first class oi'! claims baa been much the most difficult and afforded the inhabitants; in their person and property "while

.1A' p-.n.I Isi/Cranch 172. I need not urge arguments in favor of perplexing( in the adjustment) from the difficulty of obtaining a'' he remained th,-re. Om' of|the witnesses declares, that the good '.
,) jkKposition, because the reasons assigned by the Judges in the I lull and satisfactory exposition of the facts. It appears from all conduct of:the American troops, was such as to call forth tho ._ '
lease cited, are equally applicable to the present. \Vhen the the evidence given in different claims, that the inhabitants of strongest expressions of, admiration from the Spanish inhabit ,
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. protititus r.f the act (If Congress, and the stipulations of thetaayare Florida had been but little addicted to agriculture, but that they ants ; that (many o f these I 'were' heard to declare, that they could
l taken into consideration, I think it will "be readily dis- owned; large nerds or stocks of cattle ; as was, the case with the not have e country; *
t "trtd, that fiere is nu e'established, form of judicial (proceeding, inha')itant on the Mo )ile, which shortly after the war, was>> taken eve,: under! siwilar'' circumstances.! he losses of goods 'or' ef-.: .' ''
''Iequilte to carrying them into jffect.; I know of no case in pusses .ion of by ithVir Ie United States, and the inhabitants and !j sects in consequence 01 t:,'the 1 immediate or remote operations ofheAmerican -

1t huh. a judicial decision, or decree, can be pronounced without property placed under the protection of its laws and go- army, for;whjich compensation! is claimed on this
te artrs, process, pleadings or issue ; laud if pronounced by an in- vt"l"nmrnin Lire first instance, as part'of Loaisiana, and afterwards occasion are represented ,tq' have occurred; at the mom.ru.Jr, co&*
,(Tltr court, without an appeal to' some Superior judicial tribu- as the TerritDrt of Alabama. Previous to'the war of 1812, fusion, when the advance four troops,. composed of materials,
"l 5t From a respect, howetrr, to the will:l of the National Le- the stocks of cattle were.I( exceedingly numerous in: these coun of almost every description, were. entering the city, and endeavor: ,
e 1St.tUft,1 have undertaken. perform: the duties thus assigned tries. .Almost every inhabitantof Pensacola owned some cattle, ing to intercept: communication' with the British, vessels then V
5,5 ht, as J d.r ofthe Superior Court of.West Florida( acting -in which., ranged .at large in the_extensive ''tracts-of pine forest, that I lying at anchoin the_ harbor, and when the worthless part o.rlhJ. '
..d.. ,l'charach'r of Co'nmisson2r.' although of a very laborious and compose nearly the wlioie 'of this part of Florida and Alabama,; population might have l taken advantage of the situation' r.t things jV?{:
3-- thIy!; respolI ibie nature; but, I c canno refrain froni; expressii g 1 1II that,their price was yt ry low; not exceeding a few dollars a head, to rob and)! lunder. ijhe inhabitants had been seized'with' aa ,
A, regret t ,at some mode of investigating the claims had 'not I I1 In unlit' the commencement'of tl eCI eek" war, when .their numberrapully extraordinary panic, and"were endeavoring to escane in -all di+. ;

1 It : '/1 rcijirall '' provided by 'he act of! Congress, instead of le.av- diminished, aud'their price was enhanced,in proportion. tections with: the" most, valuable:effects leaving the,,town almost '. ,;
e'V::? the JudI:'.!>> to act according to their discretions and expos- This decrease hi numbers was occasioned, first, by the destruction deserted ; and. what is very remarkable, nt'does great credit'la '
C.a tier nt to the risque of l proci eding in a manner which may not 'of their own atl1b by the Creek Indians, in obedience to the our countrymen, no 'claim has been presented for ,any article taken -- \ '.'
.cr' 'rtt: the approbation( of the Trt"a'jurDenart.mrnt. or of Con injunctions of their prophets t '; ,after'which, they lived on the cattle from! the houses of inhabitants;, i, excepting. in two;cases? !
!a"*". No 1 pro ision was made for the employment of a clerk, { of( others i-ften destroying'them.in the most wanton manner, where bread and flour were taken from bake ,sh'opM, which! had ,

,,In!m.erpreUT, or of an officer to attend the Judge during the secondly, tile, unusual'demand' for the supply of the American beer: left open, by the urne s, altboufih'thegreaterPart l of the''A* .
ad :"'mtnatiqt ; nor was any person authorised t to appear on the u'oops.l Alabama, and a afterwards Pensacola for the supply merican forces.were composed ,of Militia,, little'accustomed: to .. :_
of J/.tt'lf,. the J United States, to procure testimony against the ofthe 'troops of Spain and Great Britain, and for ,the supply of discipline & subordination' ; considering: the small amount or'tb ,; %
:< t n's' i or to crass-r xap, 'the the witnesses of:>> the claimants : thus the. ucrican troups finder General Jackson. After the fall ,of item of the. claims. ,.I Would respectfully recommend where the:.evidcuce 4 r,
of' 'rdcritp.e', 5 the inquiry in many cases, unsatisfactory and incom- Fort Mimms, the cattle l of the inhabitants of that part of Alabama sufficiently; proved:the losses to have,been ,really sustain, -! ',
lit the e fron. the ex-}carte mode of conducting it. some of whom owned large stocks, were left at ti.e ml'rcyof, ed, a hberallnterpretaiion' ,;of the treaty in favor, of the.. claimants. .
j r' +1 mode in which the investigation WAS conducted, will ap- the,, hostile Indians, aha it appears that great numbers of these In relation, to the 4tn and 6ih classes! df these 'claims_ ,*'being .t'I

itZsn. :r:/0111' the copy of the minutes of-my proceedings> and from cattle were brought to Pensacola and the Barrancas, and slaughtered of opinion: that to entitle the 'claimants- ',to compensation / I
in the particular cases, together with the accompaact. for the supply f the_ market and the troops, Spanish and losses ought.to have been occasioned by the immediate, and not: .. '
.. .:. abstr act. At first, the claimants were directed\ to file their British ; although a is. stated by the witnesses, few sor' none by the remote' .operati ms.o( the American army ; I. hares li t ,
ifV h e 9 QJS With! the evidence in* support of-them ; hut findjng that were incorporated in!the stocks of'the' inhabitants. It appears ply adjusted ,the claim leaving the'question for the, decision:qr.f.' .;:

arce greatly exceeded my expectations in magnitude and impor- that there was. a body of six or eight hundred Indians, hostile to ,([he Secretary of the 'I'easurY. f he ,cause_ may It. IS type,:;. ... .v
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& u resoly ed to call the claimants. and their witnesses before! the United States, encamped within, a few miles of Pensacola, more ,or less remote,,t ut-the difficulty with rue wasin: drawing. ._a_1 1;,
die.W e'wlpEnrv rtct .: er it practicable, and to .examine the latter in who depredated upoi ,the cattle of every one, without discriminatioti. line that would' excluc. e 'claims wbch.ould not have been.contemplated :-,'. ; ;
V hit p at the same lime requiring from: each claimant an affi- The militia ard Indians, and followers of the American : by the treaty, ,j I:, have .therefore, referred .them sily: sx-'- '
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If oat* I ton sat he hud received no compensation ; 'a precaution: whichneccsary : army: ;. ,well as the army itself, it is presumed, consumed a provisional_ adjustment,, according to the evidence,, from ale' ;;
:Jtfrt ,J \"::tarred from having! heard. that ail h .agtnt of the : considerable number; but by far.the-g reater number were driven that the' claimants mav no( be.prejudiced by too-rigid a'e.vti>tt ')
." ;Jhtvnt! ?ternment bad J laid the inhabitants ,of 1 's'place about out of the' country' by persons from Alabama, claiming them .astheiripjwiijor lion of the'. .treaty, on riy' i 'p,rt.. >k
t., "t'- .rttro huusand! dollars! for'losses sustained'' b y them, 5 y the p1 ,- perhap i retaliating! for the losses they alleged. The largest, 'item ,of these,claims',is made, of "captures: Y.J .' ':f
#f b a ,tic.n that 1 ug or theirmilitary and naval"forces, .and from a suppoHl Iiave'sugtained.,; .On ? of the'witnesses. (Mr. Hannah) in the cralofEv armed v' ss e J oft he Uniteci. States. in> t the hafbot ofPeosac.o t t$ .

*. "',,.. \ s rime of their demands' against the American governe nii, states, that, he understood the American General, to ; ,several, yessejs btrlon in,Americans, but with. e, :': f. :
f ;:. :.? |, 111 or!? 1\ babeen satisfied !b y the quarter master's departrlht i ,W.hoP' ,OTplaints or this subject had been made by the. peopleof I longing';to S pa n"1bJCet!,, ,for: ,alleged Ptntations. \Or==W feri:1ttwf: c l
1'11,. claim by the' government of Spa\n( ; '!Alabama, issued'c rders that the cattle of the Spanish inhabitants ,of the' United c Slates. ,Ravin 'trelk; '1t, p\.nt..otra i : ']lit: 'i.:";"l :'z
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