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Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: September 25, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\l C i,1 L.1.- sited to go back to the principalgate Frdhi the \". 'Commercial Advertiser. was the Beltona, and on the'' left ed to, made 'he. Marquis si;.;L h' ;- '"

when they were admitted, Laiitlingjof La Fayette. the Henry Eckford, in a station. to and his swelling heart was relieved -

LA FAYKTTE: two by two, intervals, and the; Nail to the Chief ruho in'triumph advuncea' correspond ; and the squadron was when I he burst into tears. The, t ",
. THf: TENT Of KASIHXGTOS.Vow a
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I:; F the ..1bviwpCf'i'uiucte.. names of several taken.u i Agreeably t jo the arrangements! closed by the Olive Branch and sympathetic feeling extended to '

jttill rest ill the war-house that she lter'd In the mean time the General previously made, and which were ': Nautilus. The signals exchanged, all present ; arid even the (hardy t .t

the farm, proceeded to the house of Mr. :i I announced in i this ,P.Ier yester- and the steam boats having attained tar, rubbr<1 away the tear he could "

.x Of my hero, my friend, and his counts Pbilippon I (a most respectable( 'i i day, the Murduis LA FAYETTE, their stations, as above! stated, no longer1 restrain. '

:. '*>pix surv'er- merchant,) where an elegant dinner 1 I the only sur h ing General of ilu Ihe: squadron' go: 'under weigh, a- t t'<
That carded:, his care-stricken Mail from "Qiiistem|)eret a Ucrymis talh !an.l S
.k ":!Ic stnrm1 was provided, and a gargt'p arty i seven }"ears' \yar of our revolution, :. midst the. cheers of thousands of

hat catght: the warm sighs of thP:1tlvt'J waiting to receive him In the, : was (rumlurteu from Staten-Island, delighted' spectators. The 'view The( scene wlQ. too affecting to

fervor. course of the entertainment astogie I: and landed in this city, amidst of this fleet will perhaps never be be. continued; and one of the Cilli I

was thrown I I by some miscreant :I I every demonstration of joy and forgotten. It was not only unique, 1 i cinnalTanxioui to di irr1 the atten
count, by the threads that I find in '
ju-ill its \\oot; in through one eye the! :windows :1 I admiration that our citizens but beyond a doubt one of the most I i I tionof tht I Marquis, his eyes floating -. '

'1 lie throbs in his head and his heart which passed dose to the could besul PGeneral's The news of the splendid spectacles ever witnessedon 1 with tears,: uimounccu ihr :t.ratapproach '

:o t'wt'crl be:..linffVliile Lead alone of the gentlemen. On arrival had sprad. this Part of the globe. The I It i or the steam ship. The

\ ; Ins thoughtsvcic, \vaen midnight the morning of the 13th, crowds again I I through'the surrounding 1 counti y, squadron, hearing six thousand 'ofl I Marquis, I advanctd. I lo the quarter t l

enshoudetlits defeat rOC1tr.dric..in assembled to witness: the embarkation with the .a piditc of lightiiitig ; our fellow citizens, maJ c'e tic IHy railing, whereJie' was no soonerperceived .
victory
,or greeting I
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of the General, and theslrcl'tsll'rM'nt and from the dawn of day until :ook its course towards taten i by the multitude, than rk
in\\ ,icip in the home of the soldier } IS-'j I an 1115tat tancUUs'Clheel' most loudly
Il d the same ap1pearonce { nuon, the roads au.! ferry buais t land, there to take on board, .! -
, and view, the before. A with f expressed t lie, dlhtthey expetieiiced. .
as evening were t' rouged people who long expected and honored guest.
his achievements
In tH.h'I':1f1! tiuc- :
' *lllIled: in story ; party of soldiers was drawn up I were hastening to the city, to par.- : At 1 o'clock the fleet arrived at i The :'othcr'steam bou's in s

>lv t lvuns.the' hopes of my youth shall renew opposite the Cadmus, on the cus licipale in he fete, and \l's.iry: i, Staten Island, and in a few: minutes succession presented themselves* I, lti

A tom-house quay where ii was sup- their gratitude for the services, I a Landau was seen approaching { and passed' each giving) thm en-
T U I wake to the real fruiti m of glory. the would take .1 ihusiabti'c: clueis. The Marquis ,
posed embarkation and respect for the character 011the j the Hotel, near the ferry. The

{place. Every impediment was illustrious "National Guest." | .Marquis, 1 he Vice-Pre.sident, and was .elightt: d? and especially with i ,

Embarkation From(the(,E.\Swthern'L LA Patriot.FAV&TTE used to prevent the people from Our citizens also turned out in t tI | th'e EX.-Govf.rn'r Ogden, of1 New- the acct, sty, und.quickness with r 4
0. I which 260 of
at Havre. showiug'tlny mark of lespect. The immense numbers, at an early ; Jersey, having alighted, a procession :our allant seamen: .

Cadmus, in consequence of the hour, and, logelher with the military was formed, and the venerable manned ;,the. yards of the strain frigate -
By the Don Quixote which ar- the i
tidt-'s falling, was obliged to haul presented the most lively stranger supported by these) previous1 lo salut* About '
ri\'ecl here yesterday, we receivedthe 2 o'cToc k P. M. the fleet arts ed 'oh
out into the roads. 'The Generalaccompanied nnd moving; spectacle that we gentlemen, followed by all I the officers : i
following account, from an P e
; ) .of former of the Island, and crowd of the llatt ry.-\Vhat an impressive ti l
by a, body gentlemen have witnessed OR any oc- a
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witness of the arrival of Gen. La -
arrived and went on board bion. The day was clear, cool, citizens, passtd through a triumphal scene-oOOO men making a splen-l : :.:
Havre and his embarkation
Fayeltc at ( earance formed in line
id.pp
the steam boat which hich udd- arch round wnich ,
was previously & remarkably plcasalltw was lasleiully -
board the Cadn
of us.
on with
4. cleared by order of the Police e'nluch to the comfort of our entwined the French and' American a uaiienng train. The ramparts l

Ig JIow nlcan-how contemptibly who would not allow him to citizens, and} contributed, largely colors. As soon as I the aijd, parapets of the Castle ..

mean-were vexations thrownin embark whilst any body of the to the general: effect of the splendid Marquis, and suite entered on tho were lined with Indies: and gentlemen. I
the of the old'Cl'rata, and I #
way board. also broad airs connected with and Theflag-siufl", the windows, ,
town was on, They and patriotic proceedings. s' ,
those who wished to do him honor, I
and
even the roofs of the houses i ,
hauled down. the flag belonging to Unfortunately lor themselves, a leading to the steam boat which
lvlu' ttlc'1'l'anls: of the Police. '1
the boat, and would not let it be of fashionable was to convey him to the city, he facing (the Bay, weie literally ,l
And do the number our- most -
what contrast great crowded lit
a proud with \
s ectators. Hundreds \
p
hoisted whilst M. La Fayette was was received by the committee
o'ens; at'she present week in N. citizens were absent ; and a- ot'boats&wherries ur..oundcd }
board. The shut the Common Council who'COII j
on were
Y.. k alibi d, w hen compared with gates mong them his honor the Recorder the Th'e } 7
to prevent the'people going; to thr ducted him on board he Chancel I i Battery. Marquisleft
tier l'ul'lhT. In the Ofie place, thepuMMui'ir Alderman King, and Assistant '
(pier head to take a last view of: lor. On entering 'this sile'ndidvessel the| Chancellor': in a burgc t6!
' !hero is allowed only tolut Alderman: Hone, all of whom were I .
the general. However, in this I the marines paid him military comma|irlcd by Captain Rogers' of )
the counti } of his birth, and! upon I the original committee of I the .
Navy accompanied by t *
their efforts
were unavailing, a* honors. He was now introduced t
iuivhicji J he has bo. often bled amid arrangements. When, however, Committee df the
< could! be had Corporalion.undthe
f'Vt'I'Y.boat that committees from
{ ( Ohimtieh tjul i ir>su.t, becausethough was the arrival of the General was announced to the
Ci dnnati the Generals tf In- .
immediately filled, and followed; of honored Associations i
j I most our
ivjl and the w tilled
through good Mayo promptly -
fal1trI&c.
j ,iir sj..ltIl-Jat! 10 the Cadwusr and the General Oflictr l and laiuied amidsl the
representing a
he has show himself the of the absentees
t I
JC -I places die. and acclamations of
;; tarn wo Mtl.-s oft A g'l'nd'arnaI the '1 he Wesi Point rs 50,000
tIt! ill :n, c> us.IS.('n I and u i t vva-j I I ; from other members of the Board, Infantry. people,1who I filled
Iand a police officer went out, in the 1 ( his time the C4t tIe, Battery -
:;: ; ..band all were playing'See
venug fiieud-ol! rational lYe.eilo and the arrangements, though j.
'C dmui.to: 'vent )bodv but the Hero Comes''son and surrounding grounds t: '
prt any onquering
,
...--In the ether for thoseerv hastily ade, were judicious, ample I
the General and his suite within sight. The ? larquim>w
goir.gn mieux Hail Columbia ,
an etc
fieut -
% qualities, hv is received: nod I and well executed. The committee .- entered .
.- board.: On his coming alongside and time "MarsellaisHymn. the Castle wine was !
,
tHe j ke uUS sliouts and acc'aua1t'u'iib : having chartered the steamship .
) .
I he received with he .tl'l1'1 ." The nofi tasttfufly c;" *ijetteii fro. tie landing .
steam
I ship -
oj''Oll hundred thousand i i Robert Fulton, and the steamboats .
: =sncl! repeated cheers from the ship, red a salute, and the whole squadron place to the l'l"ccivin3I'tJon s.
fret-men which I Chancellor Older 1
are responded by Livingston, -
which were returned from the I under for the city in He here partook of some refreshmuit .
i got way r
MI millioub. 11101'e-aH striving to Ellsworth, Htnry Eck-
i boats, and a few persons on shore the same order as before, C pnd was introduced to some
)'i-, :.1 l each: other in tt'stinuuidj-: of furd, Connecticut, Bellona, Olite except
i who had got out and assembled that the Bellona and Olive Branch distinguished citizens. Perceivingihe'resliess
afi Mid Branch Nautilus &c.
tion -
gratitude esteem they wereall
about half a mile from the pier, fastened each side to the Cadmus, anxiety of hear)) 3000
dressed with
"As it that the
w superbly flags
as expected
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1 (lO be out of the way of the military (the ship which brought the General persons in the Castle to se theGeneral
G lu-ial would arrive early n then aad streamers of every nation, and
as there wa a strong guard at from France,) decorated with the Marquis advanced to
aflTlio! of the 12th) severali directed to meet and form an aquatic -
I the pier-head.) This closed the i colors, and tilled with the centre u'fthe area of the Castle sand
: 'chunis, and a great number of I escort between the south 1miaJ'esticallY
: was greeted with loud cheers
,
ounjj men, left this at 2, P. 1\1.111 scene. Iart'f the! Battery and Govern- moved up the, Bay. ..
'' The sea was smooth and placid expressive of as honest and generous .'
Carriages, gigs. and on horseback, OI"S Island':, and thence proceeded .
.
feelings as were ever -
From thc,1' -fork.rn rican. and the breeze cool and spontaneously
:! agreeable, y
toi;o out, and meet Monsieur L. in order to Staten Island. The
'
!11: AuIu AL. manifested by any people a 7
) the most interesting ,
Decidedly
TayttU1, at Ha- fleur, (C miles from The barque that bore the Hcros form, spectacle ajs' the boats were assembling on the face, of the earth. 3
of
the the
H-r ',) and ac.conipuiiv him iniotown. Uy Heaven preserv'd from every storm ; was) truly interesting and sight was reception !
The American Consul, andS Has safely willed her rapid flight : beautiful. '1'he Battery was crowded General by his old companions in An officer from General Benedict :

I the AiiuTKt gentlemen and The silver moon-beam lent her light with rejipeciable people of both arms : Colonel Marinus millet, r ow announced 'to GeneralMort l ,

captains ol' ships in the "harbor, in- To speed her 'neath the cloud of night ; sexes, Castle, Garden was filled, now in his eibht} -fifth year, Gen. n, 'all was ready for the re- i !
Sofl gales! have urged her course by : Van Gen. Clarkson and view
Cortland
and the1al'quis, supported
teikld also I paying that compliment dav', and every boat that arrived to .

to the Gt. neral ; but the Sans As 'nc th the un'" unclouded ray, lake its sjalion, was completely : the other worthies whom r* we have by the! Major Generals, and followed ;

1'icfel notified( to lilt Consul' that She bounded, her w<
,:tic .11m; rirans must not do so. With Muteiy: mien, illcl.s"'cllmfi hreast, ladies and tel t lemel-Thc appearance Lewis, and several of.%is comrades of the Navy, Army and Mililia, reviewejrt I

The road for two miles out of She piuLI the dark .\'a\'e's foaming crest, of the, Robert Fulton, a-:% were absent. He:'cmhrai'edtheiii I the trooP A gun now
' iJeuiml a town continued crowded from 3 in The hiliosx conscious heaves she camel down the Last River ,

the afternoon till dark wlitm no ,A, proud rising upon its breast tl) bear, \ from the Navy Yard, escorted by Willel again and again.,! He knew and the General entered a beautiful

tJdinjs of the General having That gallant barque, of flea"tt:a the care. the Connecticut and Oliver Ells ,and remembered then all. It wasa baVouche, drawn by four grey

come, the people returned intotuwn worth, alljsuperbly' decorated, was re-union of a long separated fam horses, ; and the, whole cavalcade .
Her foaming protias touch'd the strand ily. moved in ,the direction of the City'Hall. ,
where they remained in f-;'cn new, or happyfreedom's land ; rich beyond, description.; Her : I i

groups ail the evening. Havre And high l a timusa.nd voices rise, yards were manned. the round- After the ceremony.1 of 'embracing .,i i,

presented the appearance of a In sounds that reach .lie cloudless skies, tops vvithiaboul. 200 seamen from and congratulations 'over Th'e' assemblage of citizens s, independent -

iwti in danger (,f an enemy's a pi Aiivl bear dolt that litrq' name ; the Constitution, who made an elegant he sat down alongside of of'the military, at the !w
His glorious; deeds, with ;oud acclaim
preach. The guards were dou- Once more our grateful hearts proclaim. appearance,;.nd a battalion Col. Willet, who grew young :Again i j.:Balte-ry, in Castle-Garden, in State

Ultd at all lue I posts patroles u! of marines, under the command of and fought alUhis batiks Qar* I street! through Broadway, and in f

soldiers. police men and geo- 'at'- i he !silver waves dance joyous round, I i\'IaJ'. Smi h, wasJor. 'board, with a "Do vou remember," S tid 'be, at the vicinity of the City Hall, was 1

1IC5.' marched about, anti preveniu And. on their. bosoms 'bear the sound, band of music; and many of the the battle of Monmouth was vdluiiteer I II immense ;*and from tile respecta1bilily .

% ciuwd from, collecting in -- \\\'hj.11 ed hoey Ifl'm:1 shore tnlong -- shuntl' I I Naval Officers upon this station, aid to Gen. broti ? 1 saw I and ordci of t ..e persons
itl! and luudncrcosino roar,
l!)' one 1 plJt..t As eagerly the barque they moor. together with several ladies. and you in theheat of'liattIe.V'u'Wert' : composing it, splendid and interesting '
1a
41 ,\ quarter I pa t 10 the Gciifarrivetl Private gentlemen.Arrived but a boy, bul.you. were-a sl-l beyond descrip'ion v Thro.

raI in a post carriage .. :..,tin his foot has prest the sod, at the plate of rendezvous rious and sedate tad. Aye, aye this'dense and towering host? (for

I\I ssou and bfi t'e.td.ry. Theywt- .. .fold ..,tla! valiant heroes trod, the (;several vessels comprising I" I'emf"mberVeIl.. A'iul' on the I I the doors, casements, railings,

companied by the'carriages tI... U hose bol.souls: in peace,Hare sought.their the fleet toqk their stations, Mohawk I sent you fifty, Indians( 'i windows; chimneys' and .turl'ets.of

1 had t jjone out f- ant H tvt'(.,, and abnGt hat soil Ins aim was ncrv'd to free- and proceeded in regular order to and you wrote me, that raey setup t t the buildings, were hung with.

: IOu P'UI1gJnen on horse r ..t( :.. ior. wiiicii ue foiigitt sotetrlesslY.I I I i the quarantine' as follows :-First, suh a yell that they frignienedliie > I spectators ,) the General was con-

I 411' drcssru like. A trong btC; .'ngiit floats the spangled banner there,. I the Chancellor Livingston, on British burse, and the ran one I veyed'in a barouche and four horses -

',, cf Sfn-d'artKes escorted the eaouicdc. hC heh...,;, lo raise :mall. \'e to air Indians and the
r n' board of which were thc: Committee \-\ \yay'aiid e not 1cr. I r followed preceded by
,
tlutlers fair .
"glui'erihisluudit ,
'
On arriving al the 'ntl alll '-. IJhltJlh.a'iurrlur's choicest care. of the Corporate, Major No person who witnessed this i LaFaYette Guards, through the

Jrlh" city the sacs were shu, aIA, ( .ml not a star 01'all ihe train General Iorton and suite, a number i interview: will ever forget it ; ,many !t whole -distance to the City Hall .

l"c! guard drawn out with fix. i.aigliiic'redo'er tuc Jul k blue main, of the members of the Ciucin- an honest lear was shed on the | which is near a mile. ,The Oenc-

' ba.'oti't5 It was then asked i1'i ,', urn 'lute tnc iJnloa sought our plain, nati, including' Colonels} Willetf.. occasion. The. young men reii- {;:ral roi]uncovered, and receivedthe

bees' the 1,,arc uis La Fa 't.tie, wh eras linnnifil i'* lustre by a slain. Varic, Ti-umbull. Plat and .others, .red to a"little distance, while the .' itti etsingshouts _and the con- .
i iie piaUul: zc'piii> seem to rise, '
that|&lli licl! > *, and on being answi' s It tilt,) iovtru to dual tile skies," together with, a few ladies, several venerable soldiers were indulging gratu tions of 50,000 freemen .',

,, !it Was General La I' Yl'U'I I .'.i.u proudly wave its purple dyes. .offi'!=ers a'id Professors (1'011V l. t recollections .were embracingeach with tears and. smiles', 'w.hich' bespoke -'

*'U gut was! Upeneu I to admit"In- i I:I ,Point. taccompanied t by the- excellent .otheragain, & l "ain;. and the tSUI'l'clu'iding how. deeply he.,felt the pride. "* .

to ttrriaae, and closed imimdiau'S:, : ;.iuinhia's eagle'stiy's her flight 'mill ,uryband'attached. to that, youth silently; drop- *' and :jjlory 'of ihe occasion. ''The

ll'\eul the. entry of any uflhob I '-ujses LJ to view t'lie., glorious with s,ihln -, .jnstiiutiqn.\ On' the rig'h'r of the : ped the, tear they;could_ ;no, longer' ladies, from every tier. of windows, ,
Ivu o 1 lad nu, 'armg itolti m :6nreuamg wintj1, '
ticral hone out to mcct the ljl" I L'ueis: around in, inugic ring, Chancellor; ,and ::about'a length .in i, t'restrain. Such- sincere, such honest 'waived their w.trite handkerchiefs, .

tall! 1. After repeated 1 and uuo '... I .ts u'erhls head her biiadclo fling. rearVa$" tlie'Connecticut, and on feelings, were, never rnore and.handreds,. -! unloosed by their '

i' g alhOlpts I t get in, an: ex the- I left''to correspond) h 'was. the l e :'O- : plainly or truly "cxP. resscd.. The'sudden 'fai'I.own: I's, were sern .floating in -
I lOutuhlO" with i-Vr when b tyrant's nearly; slain,, s the' air. ,He, eyulentlnlucli'
the OlnC"I' u, ) I liver1 El'swortft., Directly in the : changes of the countenanceof was

tual'd, thi lallcp assured the C..,' t.oTaib'Uhvrbleeding1 .iVomihe} ';pkin, rear 'of '. lie ,Chancellor, was, the the' 1a rqtlispl i 'r evin&d embarrassed* and 'even afflicted, .
a but tlibltiba *
ml iicr urgc'jiercut
Urn\U'\ 110 Iil11ia lloUor, that ir tilt ', (..1 tull 'rUll, wu.g: atita' imorito'iise, ; !l'., Robert'7ulto' ', whose lofty 'masts i the emotioni. ', he endeavored to,*;with the[conflicting and powerful '

t 3, (..Id'gll to the 1 ostc de Pinei' : ,,'tlll bCl. "a)' tlu'IrGglityax: .. iug,skies., < and::widspread: arms- which_. literally I su P pre" s::8;, He- .m an:full jr s.u.jp pjme dlhis'lruy sensibilities which were,called up' d

t. ttt It lhl rear side of u ;Vatheriromh r 11utttlc'duieltt,$ ::6"a' metwj'th.114e ,:towered. ( r lt g5ltNah 'iorsome' :; and. kept in action,, by,tn*. .tinul'd.
uadl a mile h'' piuck' 'o'k'J".cC lit ii t@:dltst. .when and, ,uni-yqrsal %m monstraliofi3 'of ..
Unt. fi'oIH the'i princip.mitted I .. proudly l abo'y e her cl less'pretending tune, a revolutionary, ,
) tile'}' Ilculd ht.' ; Of, .., I,rotiIII'Vti bi..U.Joal JJeio's'Pltl\\a; but itot ess'1 gayt c ind. beautiful: consorts I'story, from the ::venerable "' ,tilel", lave, vvhjkh proceeded from every5eiSex '
lteS"H'.1 ilje
t'A4tr.
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'j.,,\\. s Iltg l 1" nut=1.. thai gatt' ..:U' thlJlIpl.'ntalk the rUt \Ju'r, t1eelbthe) brave_I j"l1-i rjgh't\ of Mile"Robert.. 'recalled;circumstance; "'!long l sass-, andcond, hon'Qf" our:eopeo -' '

closed J asmd 'thl'CI'C. lIl- '- 'C, ,, h'.t11t, Hab0m:a length in'the.. rear, cd ; the incident, : the frjend, aU d-i,, .:: '. eteral' 'atlero, ,)'\ 'were made* .

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by the people, both in going up I I representing the famous:. horse E1 1 1 : ,".,. ,wiiMloaf sugar when, given /onYrrrue 'I rbidfatrd" imm diahJ vv p. '.. '

and J'cturnin'thro1Hrh 'llrol war, I clipsc; mounted by an ancient DOMESTIC.Tribute this' till the disorder ..stops.To I him at the disposal of thcV ."'

to.take the horsss. from the, 'General's I Knight in armour, aid the effect -. grown persons, administer t. ble\ Congress of this Stat* til.

; cnrriugc, and draw him intiiutnpii ; upon the assembled'thousands was of r 3Jltc"'O.ative-Genius. twice the quantity' in the ,same desiring the! fulfilment ol tl' :

:- tK'Wsdves.On I announced by general and animat- --The! Navy Officers on the manneras above mentioned. I ereign decree of the 28th of AIO :.

$ the steps of'the, City Hall ing huzzas. .i Nt'w-tork station, gave a public I U. S. Gaz.Promotional I last, which proscrihtd nnd lIL
4 Dinner, on the 29th July, to the -4 I lawed the.said \ '
faint outline of the ,
is -
vcie uss'.Tibled, having a space in Such a -- Iturbid. Ordlt ,
I American Novelist, Mr. Cooper, : -i-61\"E1G X that the .
; the centre, u tjrcat number of La- proceedings of a day which shines I Citizen Gene 1 sb'

d'ut, many vf I whom stepjjed forward I proudly in the annals of our country I author of the Spy, Pioneers, Pilot, I cause to be executed upon ..
&c.-Mobile Com. Reg.Mulder. i Jnclligen&r. the
General their which were lUIishmentcfdcath
he
an i : proceedings !
gave to'thier.
hands us he passed along.rrhe more brilliant than any that ha'ee'er i .-A yellow mant named Execntion ItirJudc. I according to the said de ,'t ..

general nuhusidMii also extended been witnessed in America, 'John Francisco Collero, has ,been By the schooner Catharine was liable.; which order rret t,

Ip_. to the children of .All! ag's ; the and which will rarely if.ever be equalled. committed, to Bridewell, charged. Capt. Austin, a Mexican paper of I ried into execution hy was j 1OO?r.I .
for with ttye murder of Joseph Mason, the 26th ultimo has been received I him ; "*
nann'ofihe hero continually reverbcriiied It was a proud day I yesterday at six in the 'af! -
from Uicrlipsgivingto the cause of enlightencdand liberal about ((4 years since, in New-Or which contains an account of:I noon. *N

t Lu Fayeite a l kt-a-t-upfieuliug evi- principles. As to the pageant, leans, whence he made his escape the arrival, arrest, and executionof I I This event, your ExcelCRCr]

- dence that niu nunt'U'bas. been we should suppose from the accounts from jthc officers of justice and Iturbide. He' ,vas shot> on the doubtless removes the

; hallowed I atcv 'iy' family! altar, and I. then published, that 4he went to Penbacola ; from there he 19th ult. at, Padilla. The following I I sions that were continually apprehe CQ.B*

of the of at went to the Havana, where he remained documents translated from, I I tciincd of .
England
that future generations as well as lauding King commotions from ...
,- this, vill!l he fa ni1 '..a.I'with his Leith, in 1822, would form thenl'al'est for about one year, and the uSun? of the above date, give I proselytes of Iturbide, and th

) name, and echo his praises. After i parallel. But the occasion (from the Havana. he came to this the particulars of th& occurrence. I cause a uniformity and cJnc ritra

his return to the City Hotel he I and the circumstances, were city-JY. E. P08 t. "Most Excellent Sir: On the I lion ofjopinion itifavor of the sj :

; had the extraordinary condescension widely different No fulsome ad- John Zimmerman, accused of Uth inst. the English brig Spring I tern thatjyc have happily ado:1itd

and good feeling: to come oul dulation was here extorted by the the mjirder of his daughter at Al- arrived at the mouth of the bar of for as one of the causes that !

#it r and shake hands with 6 or 700 power or_ splendour!1' royalty, but lcnto\yn, (Penn.) has fieem tried, this river, in 64 days from London sioned, it to vacillate is remote/; ocej

I future and found guilty, and received sentence the foreigner the effects of that
Amriran youhlhe conservatories every feeling every movementwere bringing cause must
con
&J4 of t his fame. This circumstance the spontaneous bursts .of of death,-Idem. Charles de Beneski and a com- I scqurntly rcasc. I therefore hajten

i1 has planted in the admiration' and gratitude for the Wonderful Liberality;-'The Ci- panionr b und to the Mexican ter.. to: inform your Excellent!

_4' minds of these little ones, the character and service of a great ty Council Albany, on the petition ritory in order to treat with the : that upon its being communicated'

fr of whole civilized of AnsoH Spooner, who_ lost concerning a plan of the
* 1i strongest anvciion the man., I !benefactor the government i to Supreme ExeculivcPo\rCr .
.w-iiich wii! g;> with them through world, come among in a private eye-sight by the bursting of a colonization, and bringing powersfor : Highness' may be pleased tJ

;ii life, and cnduie till its close. capacity, and in the unaffected attire cannon, on the 4th July, granted the purpose from three Irish approve of the measure, and,
( of him permission to ask charity for merchants of that : time at
Republican simplicity.The capitalists, capital. the same. direct me what
On the General's being presenled i is
ten d Centinel.Affoble .
National Advocate \'s.-Bo8t. be done with the t
addressed says, to family arde.
to the Mayor, thc latter -
him feeling and impressive yesterday was proud day for N. Deed.-In Newport, apCI'son On the following day, the said quipageof IturbUIe! \vhichhde.J

tcrms-fot'mal1y' welcoming York. We have seen the reception reduced from affluence to Beneski presented himself me, lainedlat, Soto la Marina, untilij-

and congratulating him on his safe of the allied sovereigns Sc: the povei-ty by belligerent spoliations, of whom I requested information determination of His Highness: l fct
celebration of '' Eu- sold for a trifle a claim on Spain. Don Itur- God
great'events-in Augnstin krvown. ,
respecting preserve youj.
::4: arrival in the country which he
rope-we have read of the landing He 13;since dead.Recently 84000 bide his views Sc projects with regard cellency many years. Padilla, JBJ
had so eminently served, and so Jr
have :been awarded for \ is claim
of William the ofGeorge \ and B Jose
King entr to this territory; nes- 20. 1824. Bernardo Gutierrez
aided in the
jtowci fully great
ii the Fourth in Ireland and -and the receiver has given haleto. .in
for freedom "and ki having assured me, a manner de Lara, Jose Anor1o.ernu..
independence. -
t i struggle
:.1, ; The General expressd ina Louis the 18th in Paris, but never the widow.-Georgian.A apparently sincere, that, at his dez, Secretary. To'his ExceUeij.

I'{" ; :I feeling manner his thanks witnessed a more splendid display, Mathematical TfJat.The departure said Iturbide remainedin cy the !Minister of State and of

li for very the kind and affectionate IuanAI.C or more cordial, generous and I fair daughters of Columbia: May London, living quietly with bin Interna and Foreign R Liatiobs."
than that of I they :add virtue to beauty, sub' the bar to 'In of '
; f ner in which he had been received spontaneous feeling I family, he returned to the town San Antonio &

}rti : by our citizens, and the I high I gratification ycsterday, on the landing of GEN. tract envy from' friendship, multifilyamiable to- ring his companion-, who had Padilla, on the 19th lay oft,ijC{

';!f' '': he felt in witnessing the LA FAYETTE. It was truy a !( accomplishments "yso&iihity remained on board. month of July, 1824, we, the,!li-

.' in since jubilee-a more general holiday and economy and rr- Yesterday at one in the afternoon gistrates of the said town, being
improvements our city,
*>: 'f, the gloomy period of his formervisit. than the fourth of July.' Business oVcc scandal to its lowest denomir the commandant of that detachment assembled, do certify, that, on ifa

im.f was suspended, stores were closed ] ;ti i on.-Na t. In f. informed me that said day of the date, we saw Don An-

,' .,.' : ; and the streets thronged with Dogs.' --The Philadelphia papers Beneski was on his way to this gustin de Ituroidc enter as a pri. .
! then introduced to the that the last
s i"Hi He.-was well dressed people. state during place, with another person, -vho, soner, having been brouht, t*
: membess of,the Board separately, The will of week, eighty four dogs were taken this %- U '
amusements course, being disguised, was not known. place by the citizen GenerLFelipe
' 4 .: after which, '1I. Cowdrcy oflVrd be variousi The Park Theatre up in that city, killed and buried, Immediately 1 proceeded with de la Garza ; who, in conformity .
;, ; a resolution, that the Governor's and four redeemed at 555 each. "
.. will this week
-3.
open some night ; some troops to pursuer necessary to the decree of the 28tH
; Room in the City Hall, should beat and we learn that it is contemplated Seventeen worthless vagabonds Beneski and his companion. of April of the present year, issued
rt / ; ? General's service his before the of
the during were, brought Mayor
4" ; to give the General a splendid At Arovas, distant six leagues by the General Congress caused

'bti9;i stay here, to receive the visits of Ball in the Theatre next week, after Philadelphia during the same from this town, I met them at. a- him to be shot on-the samt dar at ,
'.i"J,' \ his. friends, and that the Board of Greek Ball time; br being drunk in the public
the fashion
i j the bout half past four in the after- six in the afternoon, *hich"vi
Jf t.n ensr with the ordinary business streejls, and fined 67 cents each, ,
; which will time for the ladies
give noon, and recognizing the personin know .to be trap, having seen his
!
fii.fl immediately Hljoul'no.f to reach the city from the springs with; COStS,. two of whom were sent disguise be in reality Don dead body ; in testimony where'/; .
_' : The resolution! was unanimously to-life workhouse, not being able
and watering place I Augustin Iturbide, he spoke tome and at the request uf the Citizen
.d, and the Board adjournedto to the fine.Alcttcrfrom. I
': :H:1op: < "Mr. Custis, of Arlington, (says pay and stated that his wife and General), ue give the cenificaie
1 4 .CCt at 4 o'clock on Wednesday | Point to
. 1 :1 Couipee a
J the National Intelligencer) is caus- two children, were the only persons under our hands. Ivia Hicard
:'fl i next. The General 1 then, in gentleman in New-Orlenns
says .
:{ ,_: with the I Common Council fi'he testament of Mr. Julien
, -
: company borne of the hair of the Father of < having ieit the others in London, I regidor ; Ignatio Sena, second rr-.
{1J 1 and] military ofi'iccrs, descended- Poy(lras, who lately S the Couniry, awl will present the from thence he was carried to this gidor; Jose Luis de luFuente.syn
i::j'; ;! in front of the hall, and icctiveu! justjbeen/ opened. It appears that I '
to'Gr.N' LA FAYETTE when under : dic
town guard ,
I same competent attorney. .
1
: the matching salute: of the lrigtdcwhich that! good, that excellent man,
,1; I he shall visit the Tomb of thereat and I am satisfied of his safety-
tt: notwithstanding the 1 short I made the following legacies : Fora 'Ithccitizen Presbyter, Jose
( Chicf ut. Mount Vcrnon. Although I am aware of what
I de la
?, potic(', was as full, and'appearedus criMege at'FointCoupee, 20O0O Miguel GarzaGaiciamem
( The ring will descend in the family directed by the law of the 28th ber ot'the Honorable
well, severally, as usual. The -Fbrmarriage portions to Constituent
. .'I" : the af- poor of last relative to this individual -
of La
Fayettc, a atokenof; April '
of
' the
,1.[ reViewbeingo\er, the General ascended girljs of said Parish, 5530,000-1'0 Congress State of 1 :1.:1ZoU.
fection which subsisted, between considering the de
,
-i L to the Governor's room, eacii of his God-sons and Goddaughters yet lipas, Parish Priest!: of the toivnotPadilla
the Father und Son of AmericatiLiberty. fenceless and submissive manner
i;,1! t where the officers cf the corps &500-For marriage which! certify, according to !a'.1:
:< were introduced. I portions to poor girls of West Baton in he presented himself to that a dad body, that is de'pusitrf

;<'t 1'i1: I' It is making at: the shop of Mr. :Kouge, 30ooo--To the charity me, 1 have determined to lay the !. in .a rom near the parsonagt"

j. The ceremonies at the hail having G. Gaither in this City', ,will be of hospital of New-Orleans, his matter before the honorable Congress house ofhis town, in or.der lobe

,:. ; rren concluded, the General, plain ?old,, bearing simply the house: on Levee, between St. Louis of this State, that they may interred to-morrow, is that cf
; attended! Gen. Morton and theConimitinf
.' .- by inscription of Putrix,Pater. The .and; Conti-streets, and his housein determine what they may think Don Augustiivde Iturbide, whoa,

'f repaired to his lodgings hair derives its date from 1790, the liourbon-street-To the proper, and shall consequently I knew this morning his; :rri
Poy- ?
'.. } ut the City: Hotel, where the march this afternoon Padilla
to
General heing then first Presidentof : I. and 1 '
val here i k
members of the and aI I dras Female assylum, all his houses whow sa\v shot .
.r.q Corporation the United 'Stat s, and slightly and ihe that honorable assembly is saving. the afternoon; in testimony vrherc.
in
Poydras-stret't
: number ot'oth'l's dined with hi l. on
. a ,
God ann Liberty. Soto Ll Marina -I
shew&'the frost of time. *
of this
BatureToliss I give certifioite at theg
: Gallatin
: as guests. In the evening the 10,000 July 47th, 1824.! Filine de ,. --- ". '.:
front of the City Hotel and several '''dollars-To his testamentary exe- I ia Garza. To his excellency t'.ie quest ol the Citizen Ge.ueralci _

I/, other buildings, were handsomely So universal is the feeling in favor cutors_ ; who are Messrs. Gui, Minister- of State 8cc." I the armies of this State, Brie:

i1J1 illuminated. The theatres, public of any4hiri relating ,to LA FA- Richard and Beauduc, 825,000 'Most Excellent Sir been r\'1ipe de la Garza, in the said

gardens, &c. displayed transparencies ETTE, that his Portrait, exhibited The! remainder of his fortune goes informed the Gen.: Having of the town of Padilla, on the 19th of the. _

fire works and rocketsin on Tuesday, at the Merchant's tu his family,-Wat. InJ. of the S\atethat, by Don Aupus army(in 1- month of July 1G24. Jose Mi iguetc _

honor of the occasion, and\ the Co c-Houst', m Philadelphia, Ebencznr R. Dexter Esq. who turbide had arrived at Soto lit Marina Ia Garza Garcia.!... '

evening passed off with great hilarity was visited,by at least ten t/iou- lately died Providence, without in an English vessel, this France.. -The king of FranttT

Jt I .! i .. ; nor did vre hear of a single sand individuals all eager to gratify issUe, has left the whole of his real Congress has decreedthat the in spite of the English Journal lJ. _

t,' : accident to mar the,..pleasures!: of their curiosity ,by anticipation and personal estate, with the exception decreeofthe General Sovereign ists, who have so often br ugM

; the day. !'"al.. Int. of a few small legacies, to him tooJr
Congress of the 28th of April last to the gates of death, aj

'I : The general is in excellent health the town of Providence for the be carried into effect, in which airing on Imrsehack on t'I) J.Ol.} .._ _
: t .. and spirits and w'e From tlzejVe.-YorL' Statesman.Ilifil berievolent purpose of erecting an ult. It'is-confirmed 15 F
: are happy to the said Iturbide is. declared an that f
;
patriot statesman, hero, !
,SU and
;iJ; i learn that he feels liule inconvenience ,, Q assylum, supporting the poorin outlaw whenever I" vessels, ,of war had sailed f_
Huil-- rectlom's- --, .friend______. ha'il"' -"O'ttI1i1'JI__..'_ -cinc __.., that shall he shall, under
'. from the fatigues of the day, '\lOS )aires greener grow in age, a way ameliorate their ,any pretext, present himself in I i Brest for Cadiz. They ,t'*
dition. His
which must have been very great. Earned by the side of WASHINGTON! ,: co property is'.esli- the territory of the federation: !{Exercise in manoeuvres and cc

Among the veterans of the revolution -.! lltul* ', champion in a holy cause, mated to be worth 60-,000 dollar an.d that this resolution, be :,ions for 'two months, first .t-''
When hostile bands i
our shores beset Idem.Tocure .
who were brought together Whose valor hade the -; communicated to your Excellency, :'tween Cadiz and the Azores, awaftcrwaads -
oppressor pauseHail
k;'. on this animating occasion, hoary warrior-J.A FAYBTTE : the Dysentery-\,person tba.t you may cause it to be in the McchIterafltPwhen

were four officers, who in the commencetSenl -I of'great experience recommends ,I ted, commanding you, as ) ey.ecu-I: ,they were to return to Tottrlor.

p : of that conflict; were Forever welcome to the shore, the following, as he has: hereby comthauded, under the f

attacli4 to the 1st New-York regimefkt A youtbfvil chief; thy footsteps .pres't, often witnessed its oeneffcial effepts strict de" ,
: commanded by Colonel And, dauntless,.want and peril I bore, :":"Take chesnut bark, from most responsibility, that Death of c If'i/ch.-In the ,
Till VBNl VlClndeckM thy crest !Illll you cause Don Augusiin de huN I partment of the Drome aV mal
Mc1)oualI, and whaall: served in. 'orever near the root of the tree, simmer
-, welcome"gr.ut eau1ow!! bide to be beheaded, givir.g him was lately killed, under the eltra
the daring though unfortunate, expedition Freedom's sun on earth shall set, it/in pure water till a strongde the time'
'! J of Montgomery, against The still, small voice of Gratitiulc coction .produced ; sweeten this necessary to prepare ordinary impression that she "!j :
Shall bles., toe himself a Christian manner.Ttie witch.. This was pal',
name of LAWhat } YETI'E. well with loaf add milk woman _
:I f ,Quebec, viz : C'pt.Vinet, Capt. sugar, e- Congress also commands by the of her'nei4bbo*.
n to make it peasants
ugh
palatable
and
\ rick, (Military Secretary of "
monarch despotic power, th.atVitl out loosing a moment? Hood for them good (Q
:Major Gen. Schuyler.) Lieut. Who fain would crush the free-bom I Iqt the patient drink freely there order; } telling do1
Excellency
your cause an to tune for from ,
01' abstaining
J
brave of.-Albany Gaz.
Plait (acting Adjutant General,) ; "
be issued that all nt..l
the civic
militia
them \Y
. and L.t ut. Bleecker. To show theanxicy Whose! glory gilds a tottering tower, i[ The Dytentary.-Thh dreadful harm. She lately ..
Hiinscli'a subject Hud 'a slave ; disease of the state be alarmed and in the, farm of a peasant and j aSkt4: > _
? ; .; of the surviving yeterans WouUL nut,to JeW a nation's; eyes is spreading its ravages inC readiness for service; and that reward fo* conjuring the __

4; to greet their companion, we With joyous drops unbidden wet, earfield coui y. All that medical your ;!.Excellency communicate which threatened his 'L _
mention the tact, that an express'i The pageantry of prideulespisc, skill can do for those \ ho are what has gcr
r } j occurred and these resolutions : lie refused her request, and tTC2' _
was cnt otFt';) Major Gen. Philip .And rasp the hand of LAWhene'er FATLTTZ. attack, seems to avail but little; SBu 1
to the Supreme Executive,' ed with iP !
I ". Van CouiHlandt, of Weslchestera ... such. is the virulence of the di's- Power her pretensions -t
the of of the federation in I orb
lips youth inquireTheOputh a mostspeedy' Soou after he lost some
I J -* distance of 47 miles, which arrived -, Virtue, honor fv.mc- ease. m'ann 'r for I 'It'
: I; which purpose!! tie,' imcUiU wife and chijdrea;
I I '. curing Sunday night ; and :.To Gloiy's temple proud aspire, I' This. complaint has itnade- its .a copy, of JLhe ,official letter qf the;I ilL }Ie immediatel-'ascfiJjcd1lt"1." t-:',
clock the General While
: at 9 0 wno is warmly-lows the ardent flame, children
appearance .the '
SO of age, cnbarkcdonb9ard The voice:;',of age shall fearless tell ih the amongst commandant' General is herewithtrnsmjttto ... :'I calamities 'to the superuatUt4' :
years
;t Chancellor having travelled i! What lCVlIaOftit* path beset, western part of Venn'sval.yh your ,Excellency.-r I fluencc of the.hag,: but,so. faf''.

the distance, land And prompt them onward' by the spell.', l, this. comity., butit_ .'has not, God and. Liberty.Padilla July 18, being, terrified, at ,her po 'elrlt: ;_ _
whole !
} the over Tliaturged,the soul (Li FJLTETTE.lid as yet. been .moKtal.-.PcroA ..
The General's inquiries after many ,, ; ". ,CU very / 1824. -;Juse Ignacio Gil, Deputy; took, his: gun, repaired ) r;
his old : } :when the shades of death\ shall close r for Cholera A/br!W.' -. ,Secretary;' wJiose; Feliciano ,Ortiz, hou&c,, and deliberatelydead. s.ho .,
of companions were :r.u-, ,'oi.eer thund thy hthowed head,. (- Take 70 drops,laudanum', a tea- Deputy ti cretary,.. "- :To his Excellency .- 'The" misguided- IU:tJt'ist.. (
:
nieious ; and inspeaiingofGen., ",e'l1 seek Uje:pliice'of Uiy spoonfull of the' .of aft
4 repose. _essence ;peppermint the Governor'of;the Stale.1'"lYTpst ,be i tried at the approaChIttsizcs '
:Hamilton, having learnt ,that the By ilikl love and duty shed,"-_ > "
and
a quarter of an of '
ounce Excelleht.Sirr I :
..inforndyo'ur for d -
the lpart4i.Cflt,
: i/
And hearts that
beat: bosoms ,
: .. widow survives, he was ; free,' chalk ; .
I cllI.upon Xet herat 9 o', Gems by Unerring wisdom set, .prepared: -add to thcsej: 3, / Excellency.,in_ a pre Drpme : Hepi'which aCkl \.Ie g s,.: 'k
prompt The hall gills hydrant ',-v ter. : Bl for ious desatch tom .
living monument klull be i : thei,citizen : : 's he 1>asclaVes gttty(
.
clock Sunset last evening.At Ml. Gunther ;c;.freedom's cbabpion-LA: FAYXTTI: using: haye them well shook. up, mandant General. Don Felipe d6 that he shot.ll e. cvl.l>d!. __ __ __
>senlup ''! BOSTON BAR D.t. pive tdachirdone'J large Gar : '
camc'.atfu teaspoon- arrived yesterday: at :thistoith "the form of the w k ag '- ':' ft
: Garden hit \\Iloon I
- : ,from Castle conquered. full'every.; U- oz'hbnrs* s...>..yeetehed, bringing Don Augur tin. dc, : rilrta fl JJ', J!>t.,

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are not (en citizens in Pcnsacolarho dine with the citizens- of PcnsicoUon Saturday traits of the Common Council, state, .fur the information of the :..

jpilii! lliA 3JTTU would not feel the want ''ot one. .-.,. next.1 have 4 the Honor 4 to, be' and another' that George Washington I public,',that, ;a: new and very handsome _
We with of our fellow-citi "
-- I agree many r de la Fayette, be ..made. plate has been engravedby < M,
[ IJ>AY, SEPT : Jlalt 2.), 1824. 1 in the opinion, that others .taxed Very Respectfully,
zens are
freeman Nickeraon
--- I Your Ob't Serv't, of the city and that the Messrs. Nicholson fc '

Turttc.. \.-.-1'I'"universal interest as improperly as ourselves. 'I, 1L- K. CALL. certificate of freedom, handsomely i N. E. corner Market' and Cal-

.Vich; this ncble and uninterested cham-1 I I Col. Geo. Dalton engrossed, be presented to him ina t vert streets,:; where/copies/, of the

I ,icr.of Amercan Independence, dcserv- I. On Monday morning last, the votes, received Timothy nJitclldl, gold box.-Id. same can be::had on; 'applination

A\v\ excites through the whole .of ourCountry I I on the 7th ins for two Aldermen,' W. David8on: I A .communication in the National and. at very ieasonable.termI. ,

interrupts the long and hard .I were counted, and Messrs. Eugene La- JoIn Jerrwon, Intelligencer stales that the .

,. (llght contest on the Presidential ques- i I valid and .1 oseph Bonifay, having a majority John Brosnaham.On I I Tail of Wathington bad been offered JAMES !MONROE,' :

tiuiit: and fills the PaPers of the cities I I thereof, were dccln-ed'duly elected. Saturday last a large number of by Mr. Custis to Colonel President of the United Statet o/.J/nm'ca ITo
'
he vibits, with matter of a much gentlemen assembled at'Collins Hotel to all whom. it may concern.
vhich participate in ;the general joy felt at the Howard, and the Stale Society of
intcrcbtins; nature to us. All par. Encorrprin, lo Juror '& ''Jr lll '.- return of our delegate, Gen. R. K. Call.- I. the Cincinnati of Maryland' to be Satisfactory evidence having

t-) ;.ceiu to have come to a truce, and to The following, which we copy from the An elegant & sumptuous dinner was served used on the reception of Genl. been exhibited to me that 'John

unite in endeavoring to cv'nce their fjra- t last Florida Herald of 21st. ult. serves to by Mr. Collins, at which Colonel Geo. I La Fajette at Baltimore. It must. Home'> Purves, Esq. is appointed '

titd.lcand adiniiat'.on; : of him, who should show, thit our hopes, that these injured Walton Presided, and Colonel John De be peculiarly gratifying to those ConsuI of his Majesty, the
in the ., I La Rua acted''as VicePresident.The King of the United of
Kingdom
equalled only by ir.ishingJ.on esti : at :future time havejustice ,
be persons; may some day was spent in conviviality, and veterans of the Revolution to
Great
American. Britain and Ireland for
na'inn: nevcry: true 'done to them, are not without the utmost harmony and good feelingpre.ailed I meet their illustrious-comrade in ,
twOI(1bC impossible for us to publish that if East and West Foridato resideat
foundation. It seems to us they arms under the canopy of Him

I ; all the) ,1c\\i1s or{ honors paid to him, are paid in east Florida, they must be in The following; regular toasts, and volunteers they so much loved. What affecting Pensacola, I do hereby recognize .

but we shall sdect some of them and lay .west. We hope that this news will;)) cause I too numerous for publication in recollections are attachedto him as such, and declare him .
: this week's Gazcttewero drank upon the free to exercise such functions
from lime time
before OU1'1'C1CFS to :' summoned for the ,
those approaching occasion this ancient canvass, from the
:
\v e publish in this paper the account of courts' to attend. TOASTS. heights of Dorchester to the sur powers, and privileges, as are allowed ,

" 1115 cl1.b: 1'kation at Havre: and of his re- reeith the Editor at St. Augustine I Stat to the Consuls of the most
We a ; 1. 1 hf' Government of tfe U. render of Yorktown! This relic

ccp'.ou' :it vew York. th'l i'the United States pay Jurors We arc proud of it as Our common parent, of heroic time is in good preservation favoured Nations. in the United

The contcirptiblc and jealous conduct and witncsses vi ho attend the Superior and we honor it with filial piety. though it has witnessed the Sla es. ,. .
the authorities at Havre, in throwing 2. The Pre,.dcllt of the United States. I I In testimony whereof I have caused '
cf it is best I
not to
Court unnecessarily of
half
events
3. The (Uovernmeii of Florida.Its infantile nearly a century, I these letters to be made Patent, and '
,cry difficulty the way of tljose who require their attendance on the County proportions give fair promise of and will be packed in the same I the seal of the United States to be J
vislird to j llUw him honor, forms a _con- hereunto
I Court. its manly symmetry. : port mantca s in which it was affixed.

. tra'-t:: to the splendor cf I his reception by We would however_ suggest, that as the 4. Our Guest, Gen. Richard K. Call.- carried during the war of the re- Giv under my hand at the City of j

the citizens of the IhnU-d States. Our terms cf the Superior Court arc six His, is the popularity which follows ; not volution. Mr. Custis considers Washington: the thirty-first day i
with for : that which is sought after-the nest election August, A. D. IH24, .:ind .of
!1t.crt glows pride cm- country, months it be an advantages himself last military
apart, might must speak our gratitude. as holding this 1.8. the Independence of the United
when w'c draw the parallel, ande hope t* arrange the terms of the County Upon this toast being drank, Gen. Call memorial of the great chief'in States of America, the forty s

lli..t: :lS: often as possible, these articles Jouit-t as todividc the intervals ; let the rose and addressed the company in a very trust for the nation, and means ninth. ft;

v.ill be. published! on the same page, that: County Courts then require the :uttend handsome: :, concise,and appropriate manner that it shall descend as an heir-; JAMES MONROE.- .

t'tc mnJaS, of despotism may perceive, I ancv of Petit Jurors in civil! cases and allow and concluded his pertinent remarks loom in the American By the President : P
by giving"Onr Country-Happy in peace, army. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, .
Jut the citizens: of our republic' are not :: them dolbr each for The -
one even cause, Invincible in war" arrival of Gen. Lafayetteis Secretary of State.g"NcvCrop .

-A lieart unrratef111howc\'crjnstthe com i to be paid b}, the p antitr, taxed in the 5. Gen. Jtulrcitf Jackson.-His charactcrisaproud likely to check, in some mea .

ir.on reproach of the ingratitude of re- I bill of co-.Is, and finally collected from the monument of Republican sure, the deafening clamor about Cotton. 11
ublics be, when applied to the llat. be I simplicity.G. 1.i cCiJ
: may whom '
j part against judgment may i the election of President. Indeed, On
Ccn. La Fayette.-H\& fame shall he Thursday 23d inst. the .
.on. rendered. Crand Jurors aiid Jurors I
to
tiy we cannot avoid'regt.eu 'ng that
Pharos the shores of despo- !
a on rocky first load !
We hope that Congress at the next session criminals, we co.iccive mif;;ht be dispensed -I h t'.sirj, lo light mankind to freedom. he has arrived at a season of so : New-Crop Cotton was .. .

will not be backward in eincng the with in the County Courts. I 7. T/te Mcr.ury of ;rzSlangoz. I much faction and turbulence as brought to market, from Burnt ;

cf the country, to one ofils, most I 8. Governor n'l't"l.--l1is indefatigable Corn Creek
jyraiHude "We are h'ppy..to informed :: : necessarily attends sueh a com pc- and was sold for 15 '
efficient preservers, by 'offering, in the !j zeal ;in he service: : of the Territory: entities As --- : *

since thelarshal's return from tition. it is, he will witness cents-this we believe is the earliest
hint to the warmest thanks of its citizens -
General
most dcl.cale: manner, to l/aTay- that the District the well the beautiful
\Vashinglon, expenditures rough as as period
Cotton has \
any been
indemuhicatioii for the immense -
ittc, sonic I
have been seitled upon t'. /'//<' Territory, nf Florida.-Her prQ. aspect of a free nation.
I brought to market
sums so } tal1crl1'lyppropriafNI! such principles as to be some rc- I duaons: shall soon refute tne slanderous What we mean by its bei gdirminishe.dtlrough in this sectionof

fc.r our assistance during the t'.me: which 1 l1iet'to the_ jurors, who attend upon I' talcs about her sand hills and sterribtv.Iv. his presence, is, the. country. '' |
tried men's souls. We have no idea that Oitr Sea BCIl'i-Ten times'the ------r_
the sessions of the Superior Courtsof :"n the Union: not that di combatants will mo- .
cf that of State
extent any rrr'-6) '
he would of think ; 1
accept paymentbut the Territory'' MT/SMITII succeeded m: :' our govennner.t SOUl i se the ncces- derate $! 'j:3Sray: [ ont of respect to ) ,g "ijjJJ' Q

'i.tt is no reason we should not show in obtaiflifli!'. COnnC nsaiioti I i.i'v of its fortification. him, but hat they will become

him the just'ce: and gratitude of the na. for the las two t; IDS lo!t the a-I i 1. Internal Inijnw&r.trt.-Give Florida dispossessed of a considerable portion P OR T OEJJidJw4.ENTERED. ./J..

tion, by presenting him some taluublc e- her share, aii-1 ;she wfitrctum i in value .
Inount orb I .517 75,w lail' h ciiculat-1 of the newspapers 4to make .

.denec of our respect, admiration and cd in the country in small amounts j I Ii I all: ;tiiirulredloid.1'J.. J-'euocoia.-The. importance of its room rOI.the addresses, itineraries, Sept. 21st.' -Sch. Hazard'Has-. '
I i
esteem, in such lonn could not injure
:IS
among so many, will be a gr at i commercial auvanUges needs onh to be I honors, and fetes, which the occasion kins, New-Orleans, ballast.

toe "most dclicateiechings. For instance, convenience in these hard tunes.It I known toatuact lo i; the ca,>itHlistoitiier!. will call forth.-Liberal. Sch. Bachelor Maura Saint '
!( !nc splendid' article, which might be I mcrc.itt! s.n'j; owner, or hip builder. ,
,
i is also a solid argument why as : | I There has been some doubt as Marks ballast. .- ,.
liar.dcd do.\n to his descendants, from"oneration 13. II uim."...-Nothing but a /..al is necessary -' ,
there should not he two courts ofCOOrliflate I to the Address of our illustrious Sloop Columbus *
Weightman
to generation, as a prjud meinorial tb induce the exertion ol" her I. ;
of their Illustrious! ancestor. jurisdiction, while one h'nr.ncssund! : int'I>;.:;()'-a gentle current visitorVe consider the ques-I Tampa Bay, ballast. :

cannot expect to be favond fWe by aAtxjt I I is sufficient foriall the purpost s .of unopposed ; but chcck'd, a mountain's tion settled by_the subjoined statement Sch. Trial. Douiingucz. Appa- ; ,
: the Territor)". We hope the Legislative I tOl'&\.:It t. of the Editor of the New lachicola Cargo 50 cedar to *. .* "
/ logs
from the (eiurd, hut \\"e really tnvyt'.r _
northern brethren the gratification; j i i I Council wiJl take up the York Gazette, and shall hereafter F. Pasquitr. f: "

I. subject! and modify the County COMMUNICATED..Vr. --- dcsitri ate him when we have occnsion Sept. 22.-Sch. Victoire Con-
in ; '-j ,
they arc now experiencing', asssting
Court law, so. as to dispense .with EMfJ1'1'J&: :'i'pc.r9 j to have to introduce his name into stant New-Orleans ,
in ; honors which must be Vargo, merchandize -
more bst election
piyn;; been: two ticket.rur! 't the *
the attendance ,of j jurors and'wit columns General LA FA-
our as
gratiftirig; to his heart than the most splendid : for Aldermen, Mr. Uomi-iy :nd E. La vatic &c. to Finlay and
. exhibition record could nesses in that Court ; because it on one, and Messrs. UhanipLa and rctiiteen YE'n'E.-.V'al. Int. m Rushton, and Groceries to J. Forsylh. .
triumphal on ,
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-ivill be for the good of the country the other i.ow we bi-g} ou to inform \V..cn in company with several .
luve been to the honored it. f
person. by that it should be done." us winch paty ) ou accuse o: throwing away other gentlemen with the General CLEARED. '
-
I tut ir votes out of funour :
par.Riuphmay *
. QuI m//' ,peffl.citOn receiving the I have been fua to )ou, (but to I, previous to his landing at the Sept. IBlh.-Sch. :Henrietta,

nmniinication signed 1'en Citizens! ," I We are informed that Capt. Burch of t the electors it appeals to be a seriousmatter. quarantine ground, from the Cad- Quiggles'N. Orleans) Cargo 75DO

. e..;. urst impression! was, thai the above 'I the Quarter. Master's Department. ,, ha; I They think? that their C .Jkuites;; mus,- one of the party addressed bricks,, 2000 lbs. iron & 200 hicI!.
lately received crders to open the rojd are all capable and honest : if your Kdivoiship -! him b\ both theappellations of 20th.
due it Schr. .Amelia
I \v- til(- mly answer to ; but as it -. Reiliy,
.. c-'itl-c .."ht rather laconic, !i I from this city to Augustine, commenC.PJJ knows aught against them, tile i I Marquis: and General, and then
: ;: :' t lo: too and tlectois will tliank tor the Tampa Bay, Cargo, 13COO feet
at Deer Point, and that he will enteron yOU infO/'ma-1 I -kcJ him which was the most agrctablc. -
;It far f.um inclination to offend j lumber and 3000 bricks
:s our one, i iirfici ison i Mr. honilay is ofa rlsIJ by the U.

Ics:; :,'.:, "f or fellow-citizens! we I the duty as soon as the weather 'per- mill of the cid inhabitants-ami one of
\uli .Jw-Aote a little more attention to it. I mits. It,12 understood that the force to be/ ,.,-i duotrlou men in Pet acola, has emphatically replied, "I am an AMERICAN by the Master. '

H ou'.d: appear from the communication employed at present is small, but that it i U u.rtadybicn /ildernaif, auJ .served.v.tti 'JEN ERL.." SAILED. .
I havetvo ; credit. Mr. I..:xvJii: is also one of the New- I
,*;::.t there were only four persons j I II I contemplated b'lthe government to 'Ji.l; I inhabitant! *, wuu is luS'hlcspecteJ Patriotic'fedi.ng.The : Sept. 22d.-SIopp! Industry, Piii- .
hundred the road and it-; York Salesman observes "on
'otctl for at the election alluded? to ; this 'I men on an.otig ;:.11 classes. Mr. Ch. r.lplil1 an Ai i. : libert, Bi Spring, groceries &c. ;
is calculated that this force will enable tradesman has resided here tl.ree Friday we were told that GEORGE bv the
not the fact, more than double that\.! I mencun : Captain. ..
rubber; received "Otl'S.e think it not i; Capt. B. to reach Tallahassee: (the seat ol I or lour) ears: :, !*c is w ell informed, vo uav e \V.\sHiSGroK LA' FAYETTS sent an i, :-- ----_-_--- ._. .}, ji

unfair to pichitme that ten citizens" are I: government ibr :Florida) by' the fir*t ot-. ne\er lie:lru cf aaCl illl(.' l l.t has Committed order to Mr. Hurlf, \vho presented 1I I 1- :MEDICAL. COLLEGEOF ;,

coiiscicus of luvi,. wasted their votes, 1 June next ; from whence the nature of thcountry : be ii:\ supported a veiy lurge fa.iuly, the hat talus, illustrious father,
or
:; and it is well 'knu\\, ban tlis year, at ills I SOUTH CMXOLIJM.l
they would luve remarks 'I is such! thai the labor need not to fuinish one fur him. The 'or-
not applied our o\vn expense, :supported a SICk. nin toor Lectures in this wll
TilE College com-
to themselves, and we will only :.ay if;! be suspended during the summer month thi ce-iiionlts, who no
the! coat fits* on, yoa ure welcome to !i I \Ve may therefore reasonably expect the city would keep. Au-i prasir, what bat-Mr. Hurley refused to take I I Monday m November nest,and continue

wear it ;" we -did not poi; t out {he advo- I!! that this very important bond cf uu qn be- -aioa can" the, eld irc'ne.i llaf.r payment, observing; that all the live months.- The Pro. ssortare-
I' Uunknjg themselves :.nsuited by the election .d the LAFAYETTE Jolin Edwards Holbrook. M. D. Professor
- cotes of Messrs. linifay and Luvalle, I'e-'t-.vcen the extremities: of'our Territory hats he cou supply to
of ? I because he
Ir. Pct.ttc is t cannot Anatomy.
littc and C2amplin! ] or those oz'any other .will be completed, as far as the St. John', write anti read ? J.i ;tbwcuuse lie <1 .vs familyTyerr" for* forty Samuel Henry Dickson, M. 1). Professor -

candidate ; it was only those ,vho really lilvcr, within one year from this time.A not unJlcr tl.id: tne fiscal ..:()a l'I"r the years ago. of the, .Institutes and Practice, ot'Jleai-
did throw away their votes out of fun" city i is it because l he i'u poor ? Pray sir, The following! preamble and resolution cine. '

are there none vI'tilt rcbcnt boai-d liable has been unanimously' Thoma, G. Priolean, M. D. Professor of _
that we spoke! ct and we leave for each meeting of the Ctizens: of PensacolaI .
to the; same: objections ? ,. the Council of Sa Obstetrics, and the diseases of Women
passed by City .
tott-i to apply the remarks tp himself or I was held" at Colons' Hotel on Monday tht YOU seem to thinlc! it xvould be a serious and Infants .

not, as he knows-he does, or does not dc- 13th h i nst. for: the purpose ot preparing a mi.sfurtunc for tue. c.ly to'be left without vannah. James lUmsay, 1'!. Professor of Sur- :

;:, Knctnem.Our- 1 1 I, suitable... > .Iirlitrf1.. ...public..%. ..::. ,welcome fill.. I, 1.T<%n to.it,....the t',.:... ,r1..iii Honorahlr ..?,,-.,..,-?- a lioavu ;.. nemans. .you. will be so good as In Council, jPueuat 1824. gery. # $ .;
> n i ; lave'.loue LAFAYETTE
was nnt written as fun I i from this 'U..b. -vIl5111 to ntibnn us wnat good they ? Gen. Having expressed Henry R. Frost, IL. D. Professor of Ca J '
!
paragraph Territory. Captain .
Timothy The annual: expense of the city, 'we, understand his intention to visit the teria Medica.
to us b'it was intended as "a serious matter I i Twitchcll was called: to the 'chair, anil is 1500 dollars. We :t
about
Edmund Ravenel, M. ,D. Professor of
United States, and this Corpora- .
% ;" v; c arc glad tho electors consider itO I I upon motion, it: was unanimously, agreec1 should be glad to hear where 1500 cents Chemistry andPharmacy.
that the Hon. Hichard K. dllbe, invitedto lion duly appreciating his valuable -
and hope we shall seethe eflecti out I improvement has been made during the Stephen Elliot, L. L. D. Professor -
partake, with the citizens of.Pensacola. I services the Revolutionary
last vear'/ what streets have been amend during Natural History and
*i the next c1ccton.: Botany.
ofa jMrnliclinnerto be !ivenpy| them,at : ed 1.what rights' protected ? what 'ordi.I War for the Independenceof G. "
\\ e \\1ll!not say that ten citizens" chI Collins' Hotel on Saturday: the;| iHth inst. I nances passed for benefit. of the corporation -, his Thomas rT Prioleau, M. D.
and of five gentlemen country, .. Dean of the. faculty.Notice. '
Mt think their candidates capable andher.cst a committee were ? We can assure yU that it- is

but:, without conceiving itourduty appointed to wait on him, who addressedhim the opinion of many of the citizens, that Unanimously Resolve, That the T. '
the following invitation the ordinance to tax your ojjice, is no Mayor on hearing of his arrival,
, to )ply the ivniurks to either of thecund'.tutcs .
aj .
do address him in behalf this Cor-
To the Hon. II. K. Cati: more'objectionable than the vest othcni.TEN'CtTlZENS. .
:
J : : we must be permitted to bc. .
I S The Citizens Pcnsacola porationcongratulating him on all
h'ethat tin' I (, tLflpbscriber. hereby requests
me votes were own t --
I uuay anxious express to you the pleasure = the occasion, and expressing- feL) persons".to whom he is indebted.to
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> persons for
and unlit
I tit" totally incapable they experiente on your return to this LA FAYETTE.. strong attachment_ felt by the citizens present their accounts at his residence in _
:
will v' nothing as to the qualifica- in their powerof gratitude they A Philadelphia is I .next; and those indebted to him arc
Ii Ii'J y : gentleman and that he be requested to avisit
: ; ;I j tecl for the important services you have pay I requested to make payment on .or: before
f cither of the four candidates
menli engaged a work .to contain a .' II '" ;
I performed for thii territory, tlo themselves upon to our cjty.Ejctractjrom thatJ y. _
" I : ::ci il l, and will; exjrcss no dOubt i n rcJMl : the honor to invite you to partake lull !account of the reception of the ?flinUtCa.M.M1'ERSC.C. j A. .P: PLillibert,

, 4 4 t o v.hutU i said of them by ten citi- .| "fa publ.c dinner, to be given at Collins' Gen. La Fayette the several cities Pensacola,21st SepUl824-29-It-;

' i ;"'"-; |'_merely ob;er :ing tl'at we believe |I Hotel, on Saturday next, at 4 o'clock 1'. :and towns of the United States GEORGE WASHINGTON LA FA v- .

: 1b'e fjood; srnse of the majority of the ci. !oJ.The undersigned having been appointed that he is about to visit; to which KITE, who has arrived with his father N tic eLL

: I/(Ii of'1'cn'&c(1la. will always: prevent a committee on the part of their fel. will be prefixed, a biographical is the same who, in 1795, escaped .

tho l' :ctlon of as can'h- ', low-citizens to with sketch of the General and ulso from Sc arrived at ,
.. persons put uj wait; upon you this an France, t\ persons having accounts. _,open,
, I 'at1. mcrd ly out of fun. I i invitation, beg leave to join in this tetimonutl appendix. containing the beat poetical sto 1twbere'he. was supported by Yh with the subscribers, are desired tor

\s 1) \\ hat rijylit the old ;" em!>cft of the regard, and to hope you may addresses written npon this' Gen. \V ASH KGT ',then President, come forvard and close the same witl10 tdelay'

:' tCtIj1 hs>elo consMer thunselvej :.nsult- t find it convenient. to honor them with int sting.occasion. out of his.private purse, and, was, :Those: having claims against the
your presence.We will them for
((1, ly the election: of tiis. ; or liiuf catiulUc are S>, very pectfully, .It. is a fact not generally known for some time. a member'of the: firm please- present. .. 'payment. ". .
b. !
te have nothing! do with it ; veflvrly Yc.rOb'e"'I'ts'; that. General Li Fayeite was Cambridge \C ge--I1e; afterwards .-: We have on liand considerable:assortment ;

supposed a case and left it for (... ().. WALTCh\\> made a Citizen of the States of r turnedtoFrance, : and dis' of'.5

. r tI''.'.'.ll ll"ct,. to evince their pleasure or dis-' ,! Tl')?.'MOTH DAVISON T\V,'JTCHELL, Virginia and Maryland, at the tinguishexl. rm.'dr! as an officer 'iqBonaparte's Dry"BScXSsf i '. ,

,. j I I I Ik.rne: ., at the election. .oftbt"1r' new. col- S :' JOI4NIkLtKISON'I close, o "the, luTvolution, by special arm } jBali.JPat., I Groc erics, v _

: m ; ,JUAN U''( SHA1 ., acls: of the. Legislature-fcof We, understand> that the demand -I IJadwar'ek :

p 4e i-::: SCrry lf thcrt'arc "ten citizens" Pensacola, Sept. 14tiirl824. St tes...-Idefnt. .., for Satin Badges,.'wjth 'the I Cullery
> Glass
'a11 "I\:1ct 6uht! thc1ccessitYo'a; City To which) the' General replied us follows I In .tbe Common Council of the likeness of LA:FAYETTE.. imyress- I Q,tiei's, .Stone&.:.
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p r .: )tlfcl : If'j.1 aCt1OfOfl1Jard. do not :- to I City of New-Fork, a resolutionhas ed _thereon, has been so-great, as.to rr 'Ware- '' / \ .

s1;9 C :ftr themselves: feeble Gei.teinen-I. hate the,I,tisfaction toacknowle 'I_ been'adopted, requesting peri.La render it almost. impossible ,to j \ \ch *illbeso1dvGiotaforcsFio1yj .
.
our can '
of
1? ht Jxm :e the receipt your commu- : sit for hs the market ,there T .Jas. i3. -Selby &.CoP.ensacola /',
j
111.o ffoo'3 but we venture to say nication of liet14th jiist. and accept with,, Fayetie to ;portrait> keep :supplied I '. <

tL44iwc." \_\" ::witliouta a CouncU, tlicre much pleasure, your oolite: inviUUon to J j l| to be placed in .the gallery: of-por- with2"'.and: we are: requested.. to j .. -' S p t'182499t..
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. ; Soft ,H-:; .'. Q I: I morn her, ('I flSCE curtains' r iittblicatiowhich i is cor- \\i'i I-1FIA' in pursuance of an'act. 'UST: recc\.d per schooner Caraan9f f i beet, tintnxi :;,s of the 'urubh Umtcil, ftith". .. t;*b., \

I : .ctl't'\\i|: ,,' ? j. 1".H. -Hly (h \.ot."d: to tin iomj I ['4! oftiic egislativc:; Council l ol the I I dinct from f r\C\\ -YttL., an addition to l im. that I are'or ma be stationtonificnt --t...t1t.A

Ann 'siu beauty from her t thvr !hi'd. I Iirtii Territory 01 J-'Niruia! : ; approved: I the C4th i the ft imcr stippK ot bUuksauung which I lirui.fct1'ilu.ljonM.eh l at ;n.
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And .' .siT''t, nor.sandals gemmed j>.i..i n ui 'FFicML DOCUMENTS l day of-Junej !$; 2;), Commissioners were are the following : I the 1st' of Januat) Ib'Jj 'till' Vaf" "1Tht t

w.t'idew' I l lyi'AiE i'APEHs. &i. i is :issucu jtjtue :ppointed to select the most eligible nn(1COflVCflitflt : St. Uoivn's M ell, by theavlhorofJl overly 1i-tI1lhr 1U25: InelllSI\:. the :aatO

The j ,I) .ei.ith' siiiiletl beneath her genttro ,r i'n i ('..Ch W'.' .-Jv, (\oi ofu-ner if nccrsry I sj tul lion for the seat of gov .RicJlIgtidl't Med'-cal Practice, btet wjlj be fUl\lill'd to

tivad : ) I by Pt-ie*' Forcr, at. he [i seat: 'rnnient oft it' Territory of Florida, :.nilmiksioners I Franklin's; Journey to the Polar Si as, civu to the tl U&'lh on t\\ u ds he oj t-_

Top ze on nitureI1c1 to w,ake the world I j of liu National Gov 'rnmi-nt.i r the said (Ion have reported ton Hajji Piaha's Adventures \ cd: ;, (Ha' (I4) to ;u t.t: clt.s' llll iii t'1Ct
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Fora fire \ation'sjubiee! of mirth: I I that thc}| hjive selected! a scite in the Waldo'sNnal Ueros, I'rose by a tfcet.Songster's (tIai11It asnm heliqu.sitefor ) .n Utfltions

:r And the clo'id-baiincr of the okies un. lEli1S-Fis t' dollars per I ani ( .onnty of iJ 'is len, situated' "about in niicsolIliCst1Ifl MtiitniTi, Salem \\ itciacralt- on each 'd..j.( ,\Iull dt'l'lIt thel., ra
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furled"lier i urnMdVaJjle in atl 1 \ dflC?. i! the old deserted fields! of ('ounall's] Anecdotes, :ttl to :appr.xciho; w lit) It I.l'tl'

O'er ) while gazing; and llvperioh. I '1 he National Government Journal T.\II.tlms, &,ibolut a half mile south of: theke.Jockoii' K-gr.n's Spirting Anecdotes, oiurto contiaci 'cr thi. lalay CJiJOSt:tg ,

forth will cuiiiain- j I' ( : itiid T*Hall:lss trail at a dreg In 's (;hes.tiifieM.: 2 1'CI/a. beet \\llIl.Ie! uquiicd to SlIpp1|he o,:, th. : the>
Ul
: 1'101. the jmilum of the lovely sky The Proceedings Congress at point uherejihtold Spanish! road isinter-: Cha: lt} e.. 1 ttteis to \\ iiIer, whrch themarket: : can aiioiil, \, Lt i:
aild
Cant in his fire-wheeled charriot o'er bl'cted b\' n 4lli.Jll trail l-iiiinmcr cmih\.var. l. iiiininrnnit'- tif\v colic ction Anecdotes,, cultl'zUchtiCnl ttMi be .,
li- i -
r the plains I large ; ly." In'the exercise i of: the 'discretion i in;; Le iVac'* I e\U 1 on 'lw o sticks, : cniiKtlicTt-it; Apprave.i; !UmUrt u tilt bUlcla:'

Abo' e, while night's vast hosts: in.slcnce: The t Laws ; me vc.sUdbj| tie| said act, and tor the in. La Pe} rouse'V,\at;(., Living riaysorw' ?. j quired tor the ttlL.n Itt ut the "'Iii II

4 fly', '! m-ctties ; i foni'ation of the good people of.this Ter- New: Robinson Crusoe, I-ersonsw4nnK! to cuntruclinakc cnt tt...

And melt around him in unnumbered hxecutKe Communications of ritorj have longht( proper to issue this$ Phillip's Spec J < lies, Ttier's; Elements, | their 'iifojiuwl;* in wm.ird.rcet ssiI l>itlL

trr.s 'Coigiess JJ' I lily Procharrkttijn, requiring the members : Tales of Landlord, 3 k Series,. \ u,iti [ (''i to me at C h tlt
He amc t a dwell with rapture on.a : ; ot the Legislative) Council of the Territon ; Scott's Lady of the Lake, HuulOt 1:i I. :%ftltZmnatrt
hsbtioi8 1'.
Official flay, }-.
j;! scene; '. !jcar.not Correspondent ; I of Florida to a|>sen>'ble at the scite above Walker's Three Spaniards, 2 vols. the rule jeer 5tat\ip;

! 4 Eat t' pMallel with* all. her 101 C, All appointineMtb to Offices, Ci- described: onfor the day appointed by law I Rut let's I"arner'sUlua', | f nIhtrbauld's aiul P'.UII'tit-} :,httlut'iui Wmclirnish t 'n" "Iat

.:1, .4 lie 11 I arne tl> throw his gJol' 's brightest ,vii, Military and Naval ; i 'I'I the next]se ision thereof. I Lessons with colored/dates, acceptance; ol their air*-; .Sals 11110:III\j ct.th' !:

: j siiet Pro motions ai.J resignations in Ciieii under my hand and the Depping's Evening's Entertainments letter tJ (Jill, 01' 011 iR-i-soal e.iltr: b-

Upon a "'.unlrla unbctield before, 'I the and I j seal orthc saul Territory at Ew ing's (ieojraphv, Gregory's Legacy, hlLocke's .C Oil the Tst Ueccmfcctiu!appIcltiQ.} tm*
I I '
.' A 1)(|lh 1OOttL on hills ami dales as fair Army Nay ; Ifensacola, the 4th day of &. Bacon's Essays, uamentioned. J :4 wVft

tl ;" As 1 3 da's isle or Tempe's classic plain; 1 1ooked !. And, generally, such other ofii- V :March, in the vear ot our'')IlIodh( on's Letters, Linnet Song JJoojc, :

>. 'on crowds such as in Greece cia I infurinaiion as ma\. ,1' from Lent, one thousand eight I I Life of Franklin l Washington's! Life, John Paw,

; ul"l'r' werecavcn .' time lo time, be promulgated: (by hundred and twentv-fom-, \\ :Ibnn's Philip 2d and 3d, 2 ruts.j .77.7V lJ9Hl'Y .)'1t.'t U. "' ..'iJ'11l11

S A 1 ,lIuHccll'ace' 'neath freedom'sHe I tin National Gu% i'jflflueuit. anti (ti the Independence of I j I: awes' Life of Newton, Putnam's Life, NOT'L-'t't)C.e b:.,,)}, JO 4l.tct nlaI'.;

; 'holyicign, the United states of America Bonaparte's Life, J Cantonmcn Brooke, persons making ?.

'Anijiwith his light uprose the world It is printed in a convenientfoim : the forty eighth.* Astk 's foopei's Lectures, I J posuUareudiiscilto di.ecl UiiouirU rro.ti!,S.ciisacola .... ,

The I western \\ urlt, with hearts. ot lire, for, binding and l_ reftjirncr, WILLIAM P. DUVAL.Uy Ferrer'sMutray's; h'u.cal II I istemes, l' l'o.t Oihce.
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'f To see the chief \viiobackriL. hurled and to each volume will be added the Governor I: ; Materia Medica, 28-7w.

t J. Thi'liani'iiU, host Ci' despot ire, a copious index. ; GMJ. \,'ALTtN, Phillips on Indigestion, (
An I, throi'g ng from those i.oiucs, whereStOMi I Sec'ry of ) '
The fin volume commenced FlOrila.'l Midwifery, Fresh G'JOd8
"' Law of
Executors
March
; i 13- ,
N "Wl 1 t"n first the ,\outhful. hero came, \vith the last Session of Congress ; -- Blackstone's Commentaries 4 rofe.Bishop .

Th .' rcl.ts of a glnoqiv Wood, anil each future Volume will begin By the Ppesident'ofthe United Suite Home on the Psalm, (CCCCMTHE

Th it once knew,not location's name, whit a Session. : ''IN pursuance of law, I JAMK* MONROE, Marshal's Friend's Fairily&c. ice &c. HUn..jJ1JI1ElS

Th ; eager crou'd rushed fk-etly onTo of the United States do ,
The Papers, si- nt by mail, are1th'kt I winra,
the sea casllc'Mitmoserge' id \\iih hereby proclaim and make known, that, tjjgether with the stock heretofore on HAVE received per l.ng I.lOpa.'U
the
V; lieie in those: ils but lalei!}' gone greatest care, in a public sale will be held at the town of i h hand, composes a very extensive and general Hitchcock, fJ'oIJ.Yurk,a ve

., lt: metl the hoarse bnlo's 's loud surge, \viai>;peis. --_- Jackson, the seat of government ot the. assortment of bookstand w-ll u.C'su1t ry handsome and ex tensi\eassortmeut or

15 11U \bound b%' :lit. and unrestraint ';iu'-t' 1tt'I1t1iVii'tv1. state of Mississippi, on the .first .Monday at the New-York prices for cash.Country .-
aught that man could ]piau or make; : in December next for the disposal of the*, Merchants and public or private @ ID
,
A"it the >tn earth had J'.lIl1cd .r. .t N1: CUNNINGHAM; daughter of Land situate in the following described Libraries furnished on the most liberal suited to the and

-' 1 1'a ir ols,for jmu' ut.ll'1'o'sake: I 9$ John and Jane rumiingham, of Greenville .lownsh i ps and fractional townships in the terms, and such books as are ordered and L season, ;>. \ \.? .--present approachin: 0*

AtD d I there they su-ou with hearts that beat. District, South Carolina, wjio; lived district of lands ceded to the United States are not on hand, will be procured with as 15' packages ladies and

f < '\ Otll.l; to <3olumhl 's ti'a'l1l, near the Golden Grove, would |je very b"; the Chpctuw Indians, viz: h(tlc delay us possible. Orders front a fine snoes, boots, brogans gentlemen's

,\i deycr that! Mra mlrto hreetTl : thankful I td.any person who would give East of the .JJa '/ m line of the District of: distance l will) be as promptly! attended to, dren's( shoes, sho chil
41 whose mighty heart coyld blend her information other, relations. Her father negro -'s Sic.
e man j I Pea. I Jiiver.Fi and meet with the same liberality as a m 3 ca..es saddierfiIc and
$!' The names ot Loru and ,Liberty, John Cunningham, departed this life ractna"towns' I IIpi ersonal application.V. 13 low priced,
it"lijHI j packages domestics
I A .d mdt noble curoiret in (Greenville Disirict S. C. 20 brown aid
nearly N os. 14,13, 16, & 17, of range No.4. \ Hasell Hunt. bleached!
.
4. In o the shvme where all ihe frce .. years ago, and his children's nanics were 14,15,1617, 5. &c.shirtings r.nd sIHctJuphid.i ,

: e ',Tild kneel and praj' fur LA IAYETTE.There John, James, Kebecca, George and Jane, /Vest of tlie Meridian Line of the Choctaw, AN ORDINANCE 2 bales! flannels

banners w a\l d (.'CI' beings free (the above) ; and she thinks, as :near a* I DI8tl' ct. assorted,
t As' mountain's breeze o'er sunlit bet, she can recollect, that her iiothermarried, : TownshipsNo To fzrevent/ieoJzlefrorn bathing in I 3 tlo. V hite : nd b,ue plains,

Aim S\\ dli i.g plains, ulcnglneinng sea, a man by the name of Ingram, and moved 7, 8,9- 10, & 12, of range No 1 the day time front of the city. I 3 1 do.do. London 3, 3A, 4 & 4! ;point pbnkctsz..

Tj Ijanced in tne sabre's. dazzlingid r l) ; '. to the State of Georgia, and |she has 7, 8, 94; and 10 2 B E it ordained by the Board of Aldermen 1 do. Dnnieid, heavy, j

.A forms ot beauty hoveled round, never IieTl from them since. A letter 7,8and9 / 3 of the city of Pensacola, that Osnaburgs, :
. 2 cases'lriih
: ,; -'j.. ke Angel shapes on terdl"J'uulld..0 directed; t()&ane Cunningham, Columbia, East of tIlt .J1e1"i iml Line- of tlie Choctaw, from and after the seventh day of June 1 bale fine linens in half pieces,

I' ;'7' 1' ic re sportive children, glao all l wild, : 'I ennessee, containing information of District. current, no l person shall bathe in front ofthe Russia sheetings,

' Y' 11 'counted how their talners smiled them, will be thankfull)' received. Townships city; during the day time, between 3 cases;, Bi'ewsier's bats assorted: ,
3 do. '
wool hats
i\': "\l) hen tcldthe daluc chief had c6me, July 5th 1821.AN I No.7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, of range No 1 the JointYcrducant and the Bayou de laAguada 1 do. ,

t'4 To sec again his lonner UoiiTe, OJiDJLNAftCE The lands resen ed by Jaw for the useof and any one violating this crdi Leghorn Flats and iik i hats,

; l: And!' much the urchins Imn\'el1'd-why: To amend the schools:or for other purposes, will be nance, if a white person or free, shall I 14 packages; assorted fancy and staple...

"-i' ::1 11 e fought for strangers' Liberty ordinances to raise a revce e: from the sales, which will commence pay a fine of two dollars, or in default. goods,

;,i', '1 hex ki>e\\ not of the chaim that bind idle in the City of..Pensacola: passed with the lowest number sections thereof shall work at the public works of dowlcrs, linen ticking cotton do. IJussa?

.iff To irceuont's the noble ,iud 29th December 1822 and 4th June lastSf.C'fIOS diapers, ladies cotton hose, lead, slate: and
cause r. : t oA nships, and range and will proceed L this city eight days, or if a slave, shall receive
vt,:": They knew his name-his deeds: -and 1st. in, regular numerical ordcr. ten lashes, unless the owner should black worsted do. mixed cotton, black,
<< 'I licit Ordained by the Jioard of .qideren white and mixed worsted and lambs'
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: t 4 .i j met Given under my hand, at the City of pa) a fine of one dollar. wool
m of the City tiforefuid, lint ,for the 1 half'hos(', white jeans, dimities
: To sport while shouting LA FJVTKTTE.Tre Washington, this fifteenth. day of July, F. II. Nisbet thgh'kfs, \
,; -] : iivqueiit s:..il, ilc uiiHhfu) pl 1\ present year, and annually hereafter, A, D. 1824, buck-skin and beaver gloves, white amicoloured
4' 1. "'j.'hc martial lines that stretched afu-, there shall be l levied and collected on all JAMES MONROE. President JJoard nf,,lldermcn.June Kid: and silk do.! prints various f

I 1 The jest,, the tale, beguiled the day, houses and.lofs the property of ; persons JJy the President: 4th 1824,-Approved, <[ :.hties, black figured silk, Staai! < lute
residing; v it bin -the limits P. ..\LB.Map>r. string, white satti'i
: ;, 'J'll in the distance rote the stnr corporate a tax GKO. GRAHAM, white and black: Icventnie -
of t\\ cnh'-fh'e Venison each one hundred coloured florenCe
c Tl.at every eye Had ached to see. Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office. white ali.
I
'1 l.d'C all that\ast assemblage: iood: dollars the value th ereof: 22 AN ORDINANCE, black, Italirn crapes,' white; tulL-, Jndiaspnged"mulls

!t l' 1.l:le rupture in the musing! mood, S..c.2c1. lie tt fiirt her Ordained, That -ts.To : To rcwv antordinance, establishing ; and leno,4-4 and 6-4 irr.i:*
:n on. all houses and lots, within this city orts tation hook, 4 4 ai.il 6-4
.
AnJou hear the Hood"r.t can."n-ics
iir.ght slecp.ng : I ottim \l \\\ers. a ticavt nger's cart. 9-3 Jaconet -
.r i jurisdiction claimed or owned by floss cotton, linen :
{; :1 .milh I'lJ1IIow and sullenly. any it ordained by the board of Alder tlir atj wr'i.ta
,I.t \ T..&' charger praneed us it lu took person or persons, not rending1 therein, THE Merchants of Pensacola, wishing! BE ofthe City nfPensacola that and coloured linen cambric, cambric! and
an
2 there shall be levied and collected a taxuf encourage the trade in Wagons 1 lawn I: mdkerchiefcinnt
-.ti'dour fiom isis ndei' look : fchaw.'s!
I J. II ; ordinance passed and approved on the e.broidercd ...-
I. thirty-five cents on each one their place, as also to obtain Cotton of and Denmark
; i : JJ lie j dollars
of the value
thereof. e best quality, and being that black silk
: aware ;
vesting; sattinets
;. ;A* bnwaVii came the chartered ark, cart, be and the is renewed black and
f same so
\. : ::;;.('. : (1. lie further Ordained, That many small planters, who can bring but a coloured} bombazettes
1. JAiul )loud and long the echoes n; far as that the cart thus to beestablished *- bonlh\\nl'S, popliu .-
on all lawyers, Physicians) and small quantity to market at a time, deserve scavenger and Norwich
!
F .lif iTinv.ivd snout anti cr>-v.hen iiark persons r shall visit each house within crapes, linen damask ta
M ''ind.1 :holding civil appointments under the ,e encouragement, for the pains they take 1 ble cloths Madrass
4 : gazer l.cJt his &; -each eyeTi.iil : general i this city, three times a week only, instead handkerchiefs.blue
or territorial governments, with their have resolved to and red strotids
except crops brown
ugib.j! the h'tc11Iug soul, of daily, as "required hv the ordinance linens, Jkc. &tvai.su
'P:>. iI. ,\ ;.' 11, l4.flg back upon the sky .iot3ries public amljustices of the peace, divide the amount subscribed, two hundred aforesaid.. I ,
.
)not being 1 lawyer there shall be levied dollars, into two premiums, as mentioned 9 casks
rJ hH..II.tI'S k :VWH from pole .to pole, And be it further ordaina. that this Cutlery and Hardware,
,
:'ml i collectedtax
o Tlc m.blc and threwZlcrxi.i live dollar below, for the best two loads delivered 5
sl.p cauie by pack.igcsLirerpooi&
ordinance'shall effect from
Ki 'tween &;c. 4th. /? i'1 shape earth and Ut1l
) the 10th of this
: ::4 'II/I'e Jitirb...' leied and collected' on all9gabIUte I month until the last uUy 5 dozen
veil next.FIRST October and that fVing pans,
next, the M\L. shall
, J. :: :;- city aforesaid, u tax of fifty.n& PREMIUM.For 3
the casks
And rouna ,
'. aiimiri.g people drew ; Vlnch contract by the month with the lowest weeding; hoes,
'1 the hv.-ro backxvark < tax snail be paid by the1',1' the best load of Cotton in 5 bundles wire
02 see gnen, thereof Wagon bidder, and that the amount shall! be paid and hair sieves,
.. 2 0 \\ 11:11. a moHiwht' l.U, to liice, .. "*\ or ovvmys square bales, say not less than six bales m, out of monies in the 10 boxes U hitteniore's cotton carJs
any not otherw ,,
,," ; 5tii. treasury
Its it
: her
r. fur Ordaiiied Thati
L 320 Ibs.
liven i iiali.c: Miii oi Libel\! weighing each, or upwardsto be ise No. 10.
I AViicn, 'lUll b) tlionsaiuU unrning high : personal taxes mentioned, in the 3d.id L bound with six ropes or more, a SILVER appropriated. 7 bundles spades,

\\ .tfJ t;iultUuie andMi'itinteal, .! 4th! -par.grapli8 of the oil reetion' alo VESSEL with a suitable inscription, of| F. H, Nisbc 3 tons hollow! ware,

'. hUh sioou'at bei.eath' till self-same sl k. the tx: on sword! canes &c. enlioned I the value of one hundred.and fifty dollars, President Hoard of.iJlter,aen. 7 do. Swedes and American iron I

l I 'l\c:.\h hich thou "blett'.U Icr nauu-: ,1 the 5th praj.raph oi the sain :? section o that- : sum m money, at the option ot the June 4th 1824, Approved, 1 do. German steel, -

weal:, :f the Ordinance of the 4Ul of une last,, successful candidate, P. ALBA, Mayor 80 pieces cotton bagging
,
: : And trod'st, upon'the cultured shore are lu-rebv uptaud.SKI. I SECOND PREMIUM.For 5-JO coils bale rope,

huOt s a battle held bdon.! ihe GUi. lie further Orda.ned, That the best small load of .Cotton in 'fiebBtribel. 25 bscof1ie,
'j i \\ hen e\en. 1r.u1ictr.lt, cAer felt, iax'es on slaves: tin sat idle horses, gigs 2
round bales
4 and Tour whee4. square or say not less th nthrt'e cases London mustard,
I. cainiiges shall be
Thi.ilcd w.th the jj.ory of the scene. colk-eted raised.nut bales, to weigh SOU Ibs. each or upwards lit received, per the last arrivcJa from 1 do. cayenne pepper)
r ; Upon tie! h1gnta>p Lot tile 29Uii A SILVER CUP, of the value of Pluladelphia twdj\ew-Orler.rstlhe/bl- 5 qr. castes sweet: Malaga wine,'
'' 11822
ut t December ,
J8.3 t.-.what must thy thoughts have ..ubsCltiCht provisions, to 'th all!1 f fifty dollars, with a suitable inscription:> I, lowing fresh supply of GOODS.groceries Boxes and demijohns old Madeira
uell. .
1;i : IHJtwlthsiandllr< ". contrarySi.c. or that sum in money as preferred. 10 boxes sperm candles, \.
, Aviation': ttest-orsver! ; heart ,: I The (
following have been 10 do.
7th.ind persons appointed sweet oil,
be it '
I The further i Ordained
101(1thl' theme ot I
: every tongue committee examine 2
a
THat all and to the cotton kegs patent shot,
; Ufuesteri) worlds \itai pait! every provision, ofltlie ()j-(!i.nanwi and award the
':.1;:I: I ':i hULL. patriot chie .vi'.uubles sprung! ot the 2Dtt December, 1822 a.ul I that premiums is expected ; Jtt Barrels superfine Cincinnati flour, AXD IN STORED >

(; : oulU that the t''c of: '\\'aslulibt"n'f 4th of June, IH24, which are noi formally given satisfactory! assurance will be QJ\U. 4 chcfts hyson skin tea, &. 6. chestsgun < Otin. :lC brandy, peach braifdy, gin,Tcncr
by C'CI"Jn'iuual
offering for either I rill'o( and
Could wake to view his brotlier here; repealed or ulteied'Tn' this present: ordinance : that the lot of cotton i is powder do, imported 5th April dry Malagu wine, pepperplmento -

!,i. : I /f'culd. that the deeds thut thou hus done. shalh'eeeive! their full and entire the growth of his own produced 1824. .. whiskey, young hyson, lijson skin! ,
I ,L If r.valled! execution. plantation. 5 ban-els loaf and gunpowder tea, fine table salt irt .
ere in another: si>i e,'c! Sugar,
, I.! I'caCe tmiles where thou didsf.tread in ; Saml. Paitcrgon : F. H. Nisbet. 100 boxes porter, ale and cider, m..U.boxes for famines, wrappingpapeit

I i tar? ,... President .-:> > N.llA11en 12 barrels copperas &c.: &c. ,.for sale byfcstop.e
pro. tern the
, I. Lovc dtvclU \\liere tliou' didst '. rear, the I 4' of & Nisbet. I
.110l,1, o)4lderniwi, Jas. J)
.
; Sclby Hardware
_ t throne ,
Approved Aug. mh, J.H2j I Sept.17th, 1824.W. .
,4 *J iiy name is heard and blest afar, P.H.ALBA-J/_ r: i J.: J os.: C. Kcyser, ,

, .. In clinics and j-lutesio tliee irnkjioun!, .. i
, I i 1 ton American *" IIASELLIIUN'l
I UBCI1I1JER Pasquier. castings
Thy ieilo\v-cunetj:;aic gone aial lou ,

$ -SkepthedreuTtoviiistImit erst'by thee I mAS Heceived by recent arrivals ,the ,-Pensacola, 9th August. 1824.-23-If. 1 1 do.doswe English.Ies iron do. 'r 7IrL. draw deeds, bills of sale, pC'I -

. Stood in"tlie b ttFf'! j fajy glow, follo\vinggpptlsfin addition <. ers of .ttorncuoncls '&c. In the
- to his 5
.. Custom House Pensacola bundles sheet do.
: Anu the) ,we shrine* of bbcmty! : former stock, winch he 'will sell low fOl'calih ? 2 ino. t approved form., and attend to any
do.
$ steel
July 16th
1824.NOTICE
5 ,
Muthou nri.le'h viz other writing which committed tu
. to be the suii : : maybe
Of'muny an l'Yvtk'ett since thy svrord 100 bbls. Whiskey 20 10J kegs 12d nails, assorted, oil, 4d, 6d, 8d, I him., with promptness and accuracy, :1cI::
20d.
Its uariikctleeds truth: hacl done, I Masters, qf Fcs&cls after rounding L 100 doz. on reasonable terms ; his sittiauon} "
t And nt ajid FAte smiled'IL:accord. 100 do. Oki.Li'1otir, Tartar Point. knaves and forks, the clerk's oHicc renders an application' ..
20
do.
4 .dnd'niaIlY a >oice thoo kuowesl not Pen and pocket knives, to him: :convenient for those who may be
50 nieces Scotfch \\A iTi1E Collector has fixed 20 do.
r l"ill siitg.ttly4I4e', bjitson: ,- ; Bagging. a lamp at the : Padlocks, about to execute any instrument ol wn*
And ; ; N.: ii Allen. &aa, corner of the Custoru-IIouse whichwill 6 do. coffee mills! which
hen the is
. w inonaixh: vjj forgotIigiil / ; be i lug to be recoixleJ.E6CAM1JIA .
;; beam lighted every eveningfor the benefit 10 do. brass candlesticks _
thename th':1tholi hast won. : of I those who arrive after dark, 10 do, pocket books
MA1tSHAJi'HS&LE. to
.Irucn, ..time shall sit on glon's. liigbest. enable > bem to come up to the 1 do. patent sauce -S re' itt \) "fr() il\a.
proper
"towcr ? pans,
, Supniot Court :mcho \ge. The bears 6 do COUNTY COURT,!\
I And 'view he empire ? .of-West Florida. fight from the Carolina hoes,
.. > of the setting sun, F. H.Nisbet,9 3 Y "yir ue of a writ Point, SI (distant about 6 miles.- 1. box planes, .a. .. February Term 3824.
shall
I I! .lt! di-play! to. Eaitia11vorth'- ., and 'fl'. I_Jt.* iitjieri facias to The depth of water will vary from '7 to 4 5 doz, carpentcr's.hammcrs, N nation: of William, F. Steele E','

!n-l.\pO"cr.....-rft. and'pitriot j*r,E: P. Steele, & line directed in this fathoml Good anchorage wtll be found 20 do. g-imblets, 0 quire. Attorney fur ,the.''rtrritorc&c.

I I -_- --.- _-__WASUISOTOX._ _.- AViri.Voodward.J casej; I sliall proceed itj a direct line from the light in'2 to 5 6 do. draw knives, Ordered, Tlmt the clefaultiwff' Gnami :
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I .. lI : -. 5,.I,;;I:to sell: at PUJJLK AUCTiO i, for cash, at horns. 19-tf 3 boxes No. 10 cotton cards, Petit J urors,: at tbepreseiattertfl of tn

.1'L 14LJtbLUUPO1). -, L.[f' in front of the Court House, in the city of 2d. bags, shot, court, do shew cause ir aiiy there- pe, at

fBMiE Subscnberii,. agents* for*| he pr)- Pcisacola| on the fjrs t Moijdhy$ )ii January Notice.THFJ.partners.hip 20 kegs powder, the next October l'm thereof; why .a.fln. _'...,

*JL prietbrs; ;,will be.const'LntJj'hlIJiJ1i: d""I tJcxt" a valuable) hUe. /ai1c..1 lot situatedupcm'tii'eeast should not be .assessed upon them s .

1 with" this powder bioliiks beeii. highly',- : sic t f Palafox Street, an 1aiIoiniiig'tl GoiA rally! I for their sa fi1 default-:the Urand Jt j -

P: approved] by: nil wliobivetts: 'd it, and isi J resideitce. of'':'ym.McYoV: heretofore existing in Dry row in the sum fifteen dollanithe each, an:

7 I confidently;recoinmcndcdf to purchase: .,:''w'iHi: a l. the out': blli Wings, :said lot being! the 'firm of THOUAS .. pitit Jui'oi'siiithe sum often d'I
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I .. it is warranted equal 'J>htfl: superior, 6f t4OI. ( t /font by fceJUleep,:taken as,thepropeirtV by & Co..is this day dissolved' 1 trunk fine bfognns,. ..r cacti, and.it''jsfn'rther.orUel'c: h that a cpy 0- .

any n.adc-m the, YI11( d'S tes.and, f:.> of E.,. Pi fStede. ;. to satisfy 'thiswrit .m.utu consent. All persons having 5'packages dry goods of this'rule tie published twrice! a WO.M
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above OXfllC0M- firm may present' them >r 10 reams -
..ondon, 1.o froof.: J"bt.6aJ e foolscap paper for three months, next,-preceding tlis.uctober
IiI "-*' 1 'e'c. : e'Ti' '" M. for payment' on Monday next'; mid, pu asersotiirticles ,10.do. lctter"do. .: 'i term aforesaid.
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.: A. STONE &I.iE-N1SflET.- '. aDf belonging to the concern, 4 boxes.vrio1 hats, vAtso .. '. A true ,
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IQQ: fcegsjuslr&ceive'd.: j..!' e >reerMl; w. F. to settle TwitcheIl'iAuction for the are requested ; -20 doze'sN.. London: Pills, Attest, JuUrl1, I.L Yl'k.! .
August 2hf 18225-iarn4. same immediately. n.'C:' J\r
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