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: October 2, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
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notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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I i'rBiijUZB T.I.I.KY SATUIIUAY. t I try to re'urn without veinJ* tlit'm,' wiles of Which, the combatants on he kept a wary c):a; upou thisslranjger. 1 le.i "'1\:' ...\ "I 1' I' ,' :'

1,Aii.vSFM j t I I j .UU\T.. I I if we nigh.Jud be called cowards. both sides were fully versed. In :I I lie was discovered in am- -.'----- "- -'--' -- ti.. 1i
rIrGJ: .1 yI) 1'K01'RIR. I t tp for our P:ins." Disburdening i one of thv'se: latter kind of rile?tln- i! busl h one morning with! his rifle l BOSTON :\GG. 25. f 1. "

'::genet f,f /,;'? Laissoj me United Slalr t(. themselves, therefore: of theirpacks tcrs, Paugus: the Sachem of the I' pointed to Chamberlain's door. Gen. LAFAYKTTE was publicly{ ; tt

Su': ) CI'ntn, Five tiolursa ye-tr ri ad- ; they proceeded with g'1't'acircumspc'cti. \ I Pigwacket tribe, was slain. It ,I j The son was supposed to fall by rtceivcd: in this city \'l' ;tel day ,I a
v' net. A/iNiM-liseinents IIi5C1UUP :'" H ant'soon shot the : seems that many of the guns on the same weapon I that had pioved with demonstrations of respect .' fl

2t, .Jt..r.for: c ia"l'.rtiH1-t.\ch> en: twelve line! or uniK-r ilh'.fjl i'ur '| Indian, who. i iUtt'.rler.t: fore, falln.turned both sides. had become so foul !I so fatal I to his father. Another of and affection, in which nearly all ) :.t i

.1': trat is l'vius.'i. aub.e(1ucnt .1 in;;, t hs t fire, and I severelyuiinded from frequent discharges, that it I the samr tribe, as is said!, under- the citizens, and many persons 49 :'
'.:: j...'!lrr papers twelve-ami a :h !r cents. j \\ Capt. f idyl.lt. After: pro- became nessary to cleanse them. jtqok i to rtvem the death of his ; from the neighboring I :: o\\r.s, l participated. -' .i ,". t
--'_':"'...-,mi -.Tr -r .'.--.-.. J.I.. .-..--..- 'W....-->.K> .| feeding some distance: and finding Paugus, aid _Chamberlain, one of Sachem. Chamberlain was at Fie aniveduii ti.e e- ; ':
>" \ ! \ V. V, to confirm their! Lovill'siven discovered each other 1 work in saw-mill in Lenin
\ nothing sus- a the night preceding: at a late hour
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-" ',-(rt t!. rt ,'j'rt! (,Ui11t) ilVrrrt'cl.LU' parks ; <:<,nd were here c; C(::Jtlt'r- whilst: vashing their guns, and I within a few feel of him, and bury, after a rupiJ jouiney, in the 1;:r t 1
\ r-l.1.'''';"' ::'lull ;, f. t'lln'. the whole i body of tit /.1 There :.re "few cinur.i.ta.2ces} in who !had taken l poiiSL-r.sion! o! I I to take the life of his foe.Cliambjilain .- change of position that dially received and welcomed bv 1 t
t'he,' history fif this com-try t'n.ti | them I itVdSuU open! !'rathon I the i I } froth the circumstance Chamberlain happened, at that instant the citizms of tic! towns through lit 1 t
1 1t: inU-iesl us much. The: (!c'.ai5! :j jcf north-easterly: margin of the {pond, I of :his piece priming itself to make, saved his life. He which he passed. If :J :

tiie: I lr! 'alions oi" thoshaiu\ I of cotiMilrrable xlt'nt-cCJHt:1iuilg-j lYv.m the charge, by a violent and held in his hand a massive iron \\'C undeistand that on his entering N :: i

eiK.Kn, W !h,) first ventured to es- :. 1: w l.ln;(' scattering j pines, 011 j .,lIt den bow! upon the barrel l, shot crow : at one stroke, the Indiandisappeared the stale of Rhode Island, 7
;.:hiisn tlirtllst'ivt 1 .Ii h t.'Il'. art' g,A n c- I tvlltse! traiikare still i said to bet i P tU ;;us to the heart as he was { 1 : under the machineryof from Connecticut, he was rtceivedby j:I
I'aly! hnir! and contain little cr i iS1it! till: scyrs: : ()f they 1 I h.t tl h'.-. briju'-Jnir his nlle to a level), which thc mill and _was crushed to the two set.ior Aids oi" Gov. ;: i'1

I.r.lling i : of those {Tearful I suVerinpsv : f The Itidiaas! j use up suddenly ''iov.' ver, in fuiiing, he dischd/gtd! pieces. Chamberlain subsequently renner, by \\ hUH) he was conducted ; :
.11:1 s 11uitllI'Y: slrul; ICS wideil ll from 11(' : rc'imd upi I b >ih sides, v.'itli: such Precision of aim t.iat l lied peaceably; in his bed, and as far as the boundary line 'i ij tli

.ny j pi..1"t'S occuind bef-re llu1 and : jsliin: ;;,; upon; Lovejii's comnv. tin! ha.. I r.)::sst-d wiihi. \ a few inch- of a good old r.gc. of Providence.. Pie was there Met, \ :. F
;a 'vM'"7'a')! in H'n'il; 1 I <' .' < uiouluti'd; io ci Ubh tl.e!:!) :ttt'ce. 1 t'S (Jl.'I, .;fh. rv111>t's IIl';,(1. _Atout Vi.\T0R. arid addressed by tilts Authoritiesof '
rlr.fvlt ihe mubkt-l could! !l1 e laid t ncr by. sup-rioi L J II' j i t I.nr'ilt' f"t' '.ad JL eked onllie -.- 'that town, ami CJIH'hJt; ; by ; ';h'i

aside. as intli1lpl..ls.thc; fa* the ruIquisition apt'll, in.U.ntly 1 formic: ';I I I part c-f the 1 Iii-Iiaci'-/.* -iti-j Mrs LOVE! L'S I'OXD. them to ': the rooms 1r.,, tJl d i for ::i
of into Coitimn of ileieicc. s't'Ha'l to !be eng..gt.d in some him. where '!;
bf food!, 01"he safety J.1is.tri : a I The scene in 1725, of a dcttjifratcencounter great number[ of persons :
",(' owner. l"U\.tlro> i'1.171t.l so ri.llcu !- :*n:1 wat'g; : : 'lie : )1'U' r Ilcf'ti'C !hind! : cf! cer.-mony o'.i the spovIuie had the honor uf bring IJlt"4'" 4
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stands: f.iiih a prominent 1.:'"tUi'l" (ii ln 1. i ,I < ; t ;":. & ,, the car.h's veul.-i.t bosom still crumbling pecui'uirl tasuful: 3
not only! in our section 1 history, jjiec s, drtiM-i < d I .Ill' > iu'r., I with .-.U.'U ,:I i I IJ j) iid. I suLt' :,-,,. ._.I.. ,.,.. J.51he.ll' : ::1 1';Ct- : and cold, ..-..*! bplindij. After a MiinpiuousuMier ;.!} :!Jt": ..

but i in that fit l't w-LIt'1',l .ri.l. I Us J'Ct'l"aiand, d Kadiv. l [i fell as 1:1H ul 1', CIl"I' ,Ld'IZl't i ItClt' pott-V.oW, hkep the oldieis who mingled ;In b.UlIei. from the Cincii.i.uli of t
principal t incidents l -t'.t' a.l'.' :lY, i I II. s: a:1th! ";1r \'fj' tl.e: ;i-n-uncS ;.. .1.1. .nl lenev.ed the cor- 1 : seen,stue u,'' (.!.! ; !Rhode l ,iauci, he. v, as CMiUutifdt !. '!b:
;been 1 heUl 1 in tradlti-'nary= rc .:o'c- .1 f UIf'r! -.vt unded \:d! the lie.,,d.! -The ;:t, pus; tit s vtrieo 1l";.I' t:ich oI'.h They rubhMto: / the .Daughter, they struggltcl >>. tae Siatiand i own Autnor.;, s "I i ito H

.l"ninu. .J fu-c ueMly r-:rm thethfUH' _C :Sl.i'I' t1e: .' d7ltlL l I II ",* t.l: /j .*-,l.to. f 4,**I,?.*.'...._ }I:i ; 1. .that! me.}' ti., 'jUtUtf. !) roineis- h ...nd fJI, iAnd the burtier: G1'this Stule, *. here Jill
,I ot'discotn-.r, ,:.., t..C' Hr-I lion of I the oi' M" : !I tI/J./ J\\' J II:% 4 1'I7J I'!,I .J l ; : U,. itdtYi7'), 1i' I fli i.fUpI'.J I:I':;, t.c! clnrion of glory teas heard in their .1L'" 1. a3 n' :.&'I\\ l: Oil. gist: 1)'u't ui ir.ti fJt

I '',isle of t"'t'ry '.'uua. J-'t' iha'. ;is <1t1'ilt-i ...1'1":... ":1' .N) ". "." ..... j I!i'U! LiV o >\en's iarir. if t ii.ev. v. 'jiiu ksicil.Those I. ; LXtCuU\ '>}' .r.u >ji wlie! lOG i
. >ll! u amid] ilJI at' 1'liI:\ 5.f'IC\fhi: :. t j I tdac'u! ()!:l""d P ti i \\.Lll't. lL.j!I'i.i itt.k O..J* tt.I'-UI"\: .'; ;: itrJat'iC't Aids oitelv the: II 'd'11I,:", C :IcntrlsrlurrK ''';"t.

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I jf 1iu, .'.' e.H.tl'S xv'.iose: hanpeiiij' ; I Iin t I..:a' lo! lagd I here 1,.: spilt I h".l ti ]I 1 I II i i ills r (;toll 1 t:, i ihe I Ir.uia'-s" retired. .1" : .I'.'1.... ., !.t..........It.. rs_. '':''. ..."!.0\--" ;'A"c"'r'II. tIJn \, :::-.. \.t... t i !Ut lI ,. tt I :I l('llH" ofihe .t! !
the ii.lVr.cy of :; pcopic: re 'I t'.1s:
ih"ir bi lory Troin 'ur :et'...;'/csr, j;:/ t'.(....,.. .........."..,..!e .i --.id! \.. ''!re operuUM l ;, ''I' u-! ":i j? ; : '!ht tlik ilp} t'.ieir into!! AIM tin-; owl, l':1.1 the raven cnaiiut loud! l itt' : ..it'I. is t.w' Sratt' at PwKetjat ., i
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{ ;. It hags c. xjctwry in 1 I; rt. Clltitl .I!I \ C.,Ii :'t// S lIt.)'t'a i t t I).\ ',i., U.'. i s, '..,1.,4. j t '. il.'S ,,;ii 11. t tt .!..II... i..i..l.: 1 ...l'.:: :10 ,,i;....v\rr' \". ...... coij.: Jyr'L : ..'
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-\t"L1" ue f'-el; OU'Fc'"l'S inn. h jr.- j j 'in:no of ru1.: '. ..mv.s//' observva I:J ti I'.I lily :: !1'Cl hl'\I.j; ,"d.il }liyitnf;; the: sun has: jit stink in il.wV 1.\lu.t.J .: 4:If .l ..;1.y: tttt: t t t ,I( (i h.; ,..ef fiJ
le: (":;;l'd. The; b \ttll..:;i-uind i i5'f'tnillar | l" ttav' ... .- co...,....-. .. .'(I"S In..lJan* UI.d! .. -o'" :: t I I :::.11lt; ,: ila, '... ..C.:.....: ; 1.-. > _ll.I't .. I .....", f ; : of ; i 4 vi_,.' .\ ,>i. .1 I ij .:'o"i:5: A t.
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\ s-jii, \vluchas peopled it)' those: ihe s.t.-.ie ihsian-}! :, :i..U: ; :!.v s' .. :'}. '' ::" } \\'pl!!.i! c-icvr to siulp! uiu) ,; I or_' e ; j rv t hlai' e \> ::> ri e hi l'i eil II. 't as f
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J'.in"l' tl.e duties of thoseos..- aII c'ten : t.u..1. "J .,. i* ii'b ,' ; utteiiv 1' ... .. I td'1i9. At Fu : I kr's ii, \; ,
:t. ; ; i .1;It'la.'o. ?t. 'i ; U d.=: t'- .,..:. u 1\ Vtay, tiur.:. .. t.' ra..s encircles lire i catid : .l j..je,
I i l.Mitiredvero! here: bid as lu v. ij | 0... .".-" .,. ..-..'.,.....1. f"j..S: :, 'I II I ...,...d toe full; < ij.j.<'I| t I' pi'c':v! j tin- rest wi. h '*ci boned.: ;,.t; ': Llr. ..', .,.c; lht Ic tt+ llta.nt 3 ." ,
rn-Jeavcrin.! to protect liiein f Irpr : 'I ; c.i; ) 'i(,. tiiin thai! .IS (.\... n Ji.iiVly detitn ,: J. ja'. y | j. u: -'. pni"O --n 1'1' illJoi'J -- f \ cr v ,l'itS'tla -* i .stilltt.. l.;" at r
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v..l' 11'ti our fcyiDpalhii's I ]trait f.f.I Iicl o'.bur. '1: ; ; 1:1.: ,.. of! lot i<>\l. '; 1.It'rt: Ii' tt "' :, tit I'Iilt '. (.>..I)(..ht jj: l', b.g..t, : : : ;. > him, :.1 n.olt6i i! lily ;tt'ri- 1 4

I --: it i isvith, :.o common i::tC1- t i user.'; : 117.1.'e er.: 1 pie ,.1,,'..." .'.\.I.J; Ihe u\ ;ii..I I tin it.selv-, iiiiw :. :, ..t' par- The: arm of the highly; L death conqcrd ..dr a:'-t- .rely 'jel'uid rill 8
I t.<.1.! iticttxe look out uoon tii! j. ]Indiansere. dri'.vjn! in all dhvc-,. lus i./l' .lufei\. iti l u'j;, ': ;' .. utsu'I., I Us m.ght, o'clock. In lJe.-iai: ; -;:, 't.a sin! I later
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I shi *:".u:; Teaturvs of thai. blood I tio.n; a nu.i.r. ". oi'//1's., .w..t. .I \11..1 t r q..U "fl"... .al: ,rn., ..: lal.' .J 't.1 '..n lt l...1. 4: I Till: l:1.0.110 i t,,7.1.- r once for their: countr.' f hotirj talus oft+,e conspicuous
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0"1'1 .lispct'tte: fig/t \vca' neay \'lPtt""t'I. ) 0,' gri''"lt lDIGlLet.-f;J u.e ;ort, ; I..>ai fua.-.l *t 'j.:1.'I\.I I bcaI I i.h, I buildings: ; ; \.ei-eiilu.ni.iaied in h.*.nor -
c.t-r.ir.-.ted i one of the Indian; '.:I.' !;'C\.', ::'):.C1er. 1ll.ilatly I .t.: .... ...; '! A iiiis'i; tvunl: ri7'_'-itt'f i t.,':,,'i tt'd 'IU To :5if.)bosoms i the: scus of the valley i f :' .in, ann a gnat number of t
t1.i.! -. trill I j'1'U.1 to : !le Surviv'Crsi : Il a;..ain UJM; ;I Loveli's nusi, ; t.d! f I.i :., r'.Ir.-.. .... '._,J. 'i., .. ,,.'..t'1.,_. ..,.. .. ..I.Ht, .t: J i jo 11it .I. luiu t .nd g"I.. hmrn were thtrs
5 ) ;plaii'lVj j the fu'alnuvnt of the succeed! :1 : : suroutdiiy| : ; then: 1{ I.blCk 11 ILl: hillaUCi: tt'aiitil Ul \' pres. !i.t-d to :him. His aPProa:1: ,
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I hc of the uhf; <" plisin; tall ii'.wl; :.' aii's1I; t.'i L.cu.iss'; ,.I. : .o tie: residence of tee Governor
I 1 iifohrcthat. : vave MI tI':., f.-ii C I i u. : : I !n- :,. :.0.:i ofth; hunlcr is loud on Cuej !I rl
I ntil:.1 ;] roll! j : .1 ..,I' _, ,, ,. tl: ten! nu n l, l' l1tf.dld.yh' Ij.. : I in of ti -
v.h'.te! In .il c\enlii4iy eirjl.t tl.crs: : 5..1' ; 111 } ;ei- 'J : .{ .I j r n.ii. I t I though; consequenc.t >e u!i- u .
I.\C'-r the L.t-id (,f the red oxu')- iti\iteiv 11 -'.I illll1'd! llill i ..i -h! K'-K'ii-ii iii. 1 le oJ.-. '. .., ,:i I "'UM,; ...J..I..I-. s.ii'.Iy: vcho oer' forest w rill I'' aro.daile detention, at a n.uch ,
T.-.rr. ;ils !r...i.l :nd his works 1 :hi eulre ellecuil: : a : OUI"I to the sun! l' i/: i j. x '.rs uf tilt' battle d :'(I'IJ.'I'i i" U*!"u''!, !:I I ........... ... "".'1". I"" ,""" '"'r':.0:. .>I '.."J1J aui! tit h\.o.'i'h II.. .I! la't'r }houtfifi*. halt h, .-n e- ; tit; tefl, r II
S. the! Pond, ,ond i beuctntljim tt.e ''' 'It'l. ., .J'u I.j ua>. an ..Dancedv I I iht
rain. It was f"i !:t on tiur.y ititerpobed! lii-ai-esi J l t'I'"l, : c : i ianother iw hU.e, : iL'iliarsjauf
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'! .. the $: It -,.\,\' ol:' Muy] 17-o, onila' &II1 l their iursuriy;( jn ei viaUJI to the uu.ub; r of cit .1 t ''\. here tl' sicrot-s: 0: L Co'....:I/b Fouii: ;)iun : IOLK-II ;u-titi sj;.naj ,-;un: lie
bordt :'s of LovelTs Funiti! I ol. the: l land,. from i ;/!lance theyUL11(1 teen ; and those \; illJ i 1..u bl't'1 bcr iii b u-e. was accompanied by a i.inr.trwus .
rj'yd.nu'h.tld; lasted more thun' ... continue the engagement un more severely uouii..eU: ? nU! CUU' -- voluntary escort of citizens -.f Uieiieijjhburxi
,I 1. ?11 !.o i irs." Lovtls!; can.pany, ...t I II I II I :ieir par I uith i l U'ss bloody diet! -. in last, u1i;:l'\\'l.Ht i i'!'; ]'till lha: La- Fru1.1 :?{! Cotc3i\l (('.uuts.J I'gi'Jcr. ; .jj towns i
,I ii3 cT.iraevcemrntj mustered. 1 33 Ttie Indians: foll'iwed!: them !)okily,, hips| from t'c tuurc tJt' tl.< ir Dracon Noah Johns, the last y. s cnlay General La Fuyette
n.t'i, and. the I Indians rere supposc und sv<*!:;ed! 'ictennined I, to rouu II wounds ami the '\ anl of n ood.he .- of the soldiers in il LovelTs light," was escorted into town, met i I.I y the

t*. numb bttv een 70 and. 81), lilt';:) ;frot 1 i,71,11'Govcrt.: ; 'i'lu* c ;niiiun I 'r escape of a ,jjrivale named died at Plymouth, in August 179iJ. Ci. Y .Authentic- at the entrance:
1"than'' \\t.tH.\' ..r! hum are j: aid ..! of Lovoil's I puny at this Ki..s't.ry pi \1aclltial.-lle-: Among his stor ics of that famous of the town, and by the Executiveof )
j to have escaped! from the 1 fiht: Hair, rr.ust to Ih 'ls'hcs have :Tig W'JUhl'.j! in torte places, and IUliid.dnK !light, the old man used to tell, that the State at the benale L.am-,
.111.,3 1 of I.ovt-ir.s_ men fifteeneu- ; st'enlad! I1tsttit; t' itrablc-one; hi F' : hiim-Hf} about to die, but near its close, while he was in the ber. A cavalcade of about eight

I killed:! a::d l lust of the: others; l L,.diy !- |I I of i:;,-r Iiut:11):1.! hatl b.-rn Main I or u !i'! il'HJ' to stcr: te himself, that I act of aiming his gun at an Indian: I hundred citizens, mounted on
+ \vr>und.d. I ." \' l "':" ; i t.'lTi the it.dla..s! might!: not (It-I LCC his: a bullet, whistling from the woods, I horses, proceeded from town at a- '
I I I It senr.'i; l!,:.l Capt. I.ovcIIvliu: i I i :.il'::1' :.li i lilli: I \\idel'ie! -: lit.:}' pcson, he Hung himself into a ca- entered the back of his left hand, bout 9 o'clock, met' the General: at
I, hat 1 bfen symev.'but 1 distinguished j : |;: :.ui ';It-; nil torte: I bag g=t' e-am! a n .e, that lay by the brach, anfi j and going through it, entered the I the residence: of Governor Eustis, !

1:1lh, Idiai wars, "ni the: sprinjjj j I s-.vrt.; force, //nruiiy (}l4tti Ill ;: committed himself to the sport of: palm of his right, passed up his in Roxbury and escorted him,

of 1 1725, ra'lird: 1 a comj ;.iny: : of rii l'l) J JfJ th.irvn., v. as l l'i I( giitf i uji.-n, shi't'! '' Inc Waves. The wind drove bin arm to near the elbow, and there with the gentlemen who accompanied -

< Jtn Duiutablc an.I its atij ,.icetll: I :;iu.t>:> of,LK m, .and I 1.evincii-g: .;M (i'- on sevetal miles toward the fort lodged. His gun dropped to the him, to the town 1:1l: .' The t f
". li\'I-;. and marched: to the l/.sl-j ;,tJllak: Gt.. i.:rmil lal1Gr1 for their liU- -he (gained strength, and cventu- ground, and he was entirely disabled : Mayor and Aldermen, and members '
"v:"rd, 'calculating; by some !Isold I I !od ;net and luassacre.V"1 Till') uliy reached his home in safety.Col. .- but did not ]feel or perceive'I of the Committee of Arrangements -

demonstration to give sccu/ity to i, ;""'\'i'\' ::', pin on a bold: face, an.! ''Tyng sour. marched with a the wound in his! left hand. It :t I. and Common Council pre ,

'-;*' frontier: settlers, \V :ho wore at 11oid ie uspirit-d ivsistance." 'i heir cou.pany of men from Duxbury to was a bright hot day, and, almost I ceded b} the City Marshal went c
tM.il time miu'h! harra&sed :by t'e j' chaplain: : t a young gentleman-: oiproinise visit ;'the battle ground, and to perform fainting with heat and thirst, he j I ,in sixteen carriages to the line to

I 1 i'iian: : and: 1.if cireumsuncvs i PCI'I who! had I I leceiVetl a collegiate the last sad rites over those stopped to drink at a rivulet. The 1 await ti'e approach of the General.

I n.tt: : 'th, to raitise! : : them I by 1 battle.; cdt'ati,; n, aboui iYis' time who had 1 r.lllcn0: bravely. Twelve wound in his right arm and hand, A military escort, consisting of a

Vi'jut 40 miles from the head was mortally lUUllC'I o.rl unable were found and decently inter ed., which pained him keenly, prevented corps of Light Dragoons, and a
i (:'!.!'tors of the I'igw-atket tribe! to sustain lu.nself any longer! 11* Curiosity leading him lo examine i his bo-.vingto the surface of the battalion of Light Infantry (the
be raised: n small stockade on thet'lTi'C the fight lie-however' continued a singular elevation raised where water to drink, and he attempted I Boston Light Infantry, \Y inslo\v

t : Jivcr ttl'ary and garrisoned it to encourage 'th ? rest, and pi *yed ihe Indians'' had falter, he found it I to dip some up in thc hollow o; Blues, rusifeers, New England 1
'.> :.u a fourth part of his I several tiimb l audibly and distinctly to be the grave of Pau t,")'ls, there : his left hand, when he discoveredthe Guards, Rangers, Sc City Guards)

I *""!, fcr a. ;place! of retreat, in case : for their{ 'salvation and I success nuried with two (jther Ensign I bullet hole in it. by the water's commanded by Captain John f} -

'I f. <':i-aster, .!he marched boldly :vVyman, the only officer among trickling through it.The probabilitv ; ler, was also prepared at the line
""" :.1' l' rest in quest of the (,!u'- Th' Indians: I in the mean time, live 'that escaped, v.'us presented of the truth of the* latter to conduct him into town.
11V. On the: morning: of the tit; continued; to fill the woods with with a silver hilled sword and the part of the story may be estimated On the arrival of General La
o:' >iay, while the company were the: nitist hideous noises, by imitating commission& of captain: ?}*, for his 1 by those acquainted with gun shot Fa cUe at the line, the Mayor, in
t wild beasts and and the survivors wounds. Dea. Johnson' was a very the name of the City Government
praycis! the: repoitof! a fire arm I the occasionally bravery ; generally ,
E v as heard, anu:""shortly afterwards ; :: !! sounding' together{ the received the he ,rt-ftlt thanksof respectable! eld man, and often addressed inin the blowing
a:1 Indian was discovered on a !i war-v.huop. of, itself, enough to their fellow-citizens, as by their 1. narrated the facts. He died at he terms :

r'int i oflatttl. )role.. cull into Sacos, strike: terror1! upon the stoutest spirited exertions the savages : age of 99. Within _two years of To General La Fayette.
*':, 1tI! since ian,.,ed Lu\ell's. It )t I ileat't. Lovejl's men answeied! were restrained from further depredations his death, his sight, which for: Sin--The citizens of Boston

VifScotijfcuird! that the Indians i! them in defiance! f' by loud -and protracted and had moved deeperinto some rears had been almost entirely welcome you on your return to the

ucre :at \h.n;\ il force, and a con- j huzzas !,i' The fight raged : the wilderness. Some years I gone, was suddenly restored, I i United States ; mindful of -your
liataoit v.s imr.iediali-ly enti:red j I belt until sun I doun, ulternatinH after, au Indian, said to bt the son I and to such adegrec, that.he could early ,zt'alln the cause of American -
':'.toi '.\! ei it was determined ; from floc l;u'.'n ar.d desperate f charges Paugus:), was known to hem n the ]I!I see to read, and without spectacles, Independence, greatful for
\***** chill oui to see she enemy ; ,t ; from the: whole; force of the neighborhood i where Chamberlain |I[ and even by moonlight, as he your distinguished share in the
C ha\e -jjl!I along! prayed (;ll(1'l' I: Indians, to a'' kir.i of iiuiividuni then lived. As hie adventures with ]I j proved to his neighbors and vis perils and glories 9f.ntVfgchievement. -'

w t'Jht fuid them. ; and ve had ra- ; a'm 1 p.a; : tIZa11 combat, which was 1'augus' had spread abroad, and he I 1 tors by frequent periments. He When, urged y a generous -
't l'r' l: u't .!'.:"',
t {tees J }'ea, dc for cur CCU!:;I } than i I I; t. ,;cs of the! place, and in all the 'lenkc thai influenced the Indians, j March, 1699; theseshores:, you: .fpuncl a people

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.i, 3q r! in an arduous and! cvnit- r on the common, when he approached I When tiwyovip jjfow'd heart with patriot ardor J) ,h'.IL.1.1-/; r.,. 1 l)it\+ rt;

r rul : wiin the State House. .
'i u'zlr= for lio"-ty, ap- _. _
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})sr1'u !ly inadequate uu-ans, and asubioMS The (jt-uiM-al 1 \vas. then conducted Sel .ricd, firm the charms of wealth and The Ian1!-It i is slated thai there }". IW. ,,rot'- .".,.t., J.''Jr/-=1::tin;=--(--'J,-'.

uhi'l, ,.>'uel"i. After the to the State House, where he I love. of the of SM days later ,.
in 'rcm
d j is one courts :
a rase J.r."lu"
l.ijfi.ul..-.e ulll..1I'I'l .* i halt": cctuun .von was leceived, in the" Senate ChainI And honc'and friends, thou. didst ..our Vermont, thai originated about an i The packetnhich : ,,'i11t C'o '..'.'.-...
' t t.! I IberoM! the of the! Supreme / cf-.anjrion prove, I ruthiu n
e Sn'tie )te. part
k peo pij.speruub j I II
r And the side glorious /rASIIING"TOt. article of tIle'altic of seventy five mvii III E T
br ... a.1 I !h.. ant I all! '1 F.xecutive by his Kxct-lU-iK. the by s.
'; :) : id pe precedent ; :': y cents, which has been continued! I I ter day, di. .t'

t hlI.ti!)(' ii secure; bitting i in tluirstrin Governoi, and addressed in the/ Didbt ma'c! our grateful: country all thineC.o.ffaileoflcrinjr : along until each party is re&ponsijle i- : till the ;t .
I th! itioui fear and withoutltp' follou** aft
v. speech: c.wz
tt5n dollars. : her : ;
4 for about two ihourand = regular pi'iircl/ t---
,' 1,1 H..'.1. : I : OUH FRIRND: In the name ft e
t rht .- Georgian.JVciv havc.I t'l"t'l'i: jy I.t'l' our
and speak the ardent joy nuRIC-
in theSlandLid of the in behalf
V''i,r } rtitth, youJoined t government,
I'of Our bosoms fed), \\ hich litne can de- Cottrt.r1..c Charleston I oas files: of London, L \'l'1'paoJ
ofthiee uf the citizens of Massachusetts I
l millions l }people #
st )l! loads and 1 provincial I p."pn's, dull
Patriot (
1 r.vifed ;in ai un;-(lual and uncertain I I have the honor to greet you with It is to says-"lhree of our
impossible convey any of Miul supply literaiy and scienltific :
halest,1 the new col"Vi -
*l "i.flic,. In Hh' nct'L1 cordial affectionate welcome. tce,, crop
'i ; ( you& I an idea of the and
correct splendor A journals, lo le! latest
received this dales
We thank God that he has been i'cre: : morning.tfohrtfte
age, vou p'liKii, and ute met by excitcmcntcotnectea with these
I : We have also, this
of their de- to through sample, ir is supposed morning, re4ceivet
.? 1 ten millions people, pleased preserve you transactions distant readers.
to from
; the of trld'of suffering the quality will be inferior j to that slips our cornM)0dents .
whose peril
heatts.thiong scenes :
t. SCe'Icl..I.i The General rode lcd
u nco\ ( the Hostnr.
I Daily
I of the lots has Aciver.tiser .
.i ; of last -one
and which hate distinguished year
hitht'u greet yon approach your
ho\\ the
ing to enraptured throngs, Courier, and Patriot
I life and sold at 14A cents.IdclI.S'c > containing
to u'joice in it. T .:s ;is not theuovo I patriotic and eventful I who short intervals
.i at grcetedhimwith extracts: from London
ci > int of a t.Jrbul'-i-t! pop ulaceexcit I that we are idulgrd with this oc- loud and joyous acclamations are authorized to publish, received there by papcis .

hrs. c'd 1 H'. 1 her r\ :;II ,lau-i'U: of ;: casion of renewing to you our The ladies thousands of thut Brazil, in her intercourse thc hip j jChariot
I ,
some recent colic)liCl'm. It is agrav : grateful l acknowledgments for the witness the with foreign nations, is still governed Liverpool, to the e.
whom to
appeared of the 26ih!
veiling July
:, moral, ihtpkcfualllhput'se.A )l { i import an i services which you waved their white handkcr- as must be expected, by btir.puvdays ."...
hose h
f scene, later thou ; the tcu .
;i A t\ people: in the enjjyof have rendered to our common chiefs as he passed, ii token of laws made under the late government The intelii.ti'rice from in.tlrhtn.

I' rn ITter freedom, as pel feet as the j country.In and The ; and that by the nineteenth

" ftf; cut -.inn of our nature permits, ti } the last surviving Major pleasure windows of the approbation.new stoir buildingat paragraph of a law enacted on the Greece cculii'.ues if to he \ecv satisfactory .

: : f General of the American revolutionary 30th of 1820 it ordered though, we were tu
with increasing
. ,'Ft1 j recur gratitude, ; the head of Stale the May, was
" 't ; street, adopt thc representations in
fl i '.".''t wilt, t'u* daily lth rl'sm; sense ofth army, we recognize a ben- windows and terraces! of Collon- that no foreign \' should be Austrian Observer thc
* we should
';::1 i j.R":"I; i :r blessings" to the memory of ef-ictor and friend from a distant ade Row, and the houses north of I entered at the Custom House, lo euu-rUiin bcuulpced :
" a
,;; 4t!' 4' tho 'e, who)* (f'l their labors, and and gallant nation; who, inspired Saint Paul's church, exhibited! as- without presenting; her passport, iccc.rdh.gtl ccntraryopinion. this

ci:.. J;{ in liof irlriood{, laid the foundations by a love of liberty subjected himself semblagcsi of beauty, ta tland and a manifesto of her cargo, certified ale instrument of ) ser
, '::11',;;:' -i'1: : oL.v ir hoeilics.ur l in his youth to the toils and l by the Consul or Vice Consul r despotist!?, all l
,-b"" r.. fashion, fully! equal, it was confusion disorder
was \\ .
):' I L Y >> name, sir-the name of hazards. of a military ,life, in support of the nation, residing the iiritemeni =
'L : to that
thought, any specimens o- the
an> Patriot
.oiJ ong;
\.t: .':'J i'i tETf1-1S: associated with of our rights. Under our il- Pert where she may have cleared.
, then occasions have produced.
. .'oJ chiefs, and their efforts had been
. ; :::'" the m sl perilous I and 1 most glorio I lusll' Washington, you were Boston Courier. From the moment that the Country -
'. in
,, ,}; : periods of out Ri volution ; instrumental in establishing! the I declared its Independence, the para1iz, consequence of tig.tays .
Two Civic
: Arches were .thrownacross in the direct disposal l oT
-a.i, 1" v.-ith mo imperishable names: of liberties of our country, while certificates of the Portuguese the
:; tilt
Washington street, says first instalment of the
try ."j'l \v4jshni; and of that numerous your gallantry in the field secured Boston Ccntinel,) beautifully( de.- Consuls were disregarded; but as loan occasioned the
by death of
: H-.t- of which adorn
1 ; heroes yourself an imperishable rc- now Vice-Consuls are appointedfor
cora'ed with and
flags, bearingthe Lord Cyrcn. Now it
'1 4, .'' .-> tae! )loudest archieves of American now.. I Brazil, the law will be pul it appears, by
t -
't, of following the London papers befote us, that
< the
and in With the enjoyment
ate {
History I \VKLiOMK: I.A 1E fl b. force. Mr

'; tliekvhole! American \> nplt'. Accept shall never cease to asaociate the 1'I.at gathered wth thee to the Fight, the documents Piince Marcorodarto: .dated -
following countersigned
E- lint the will Missolorghi, June 4th in which h
sons eternally keep, estates
of La and
v. j11.. then, sir, In the sincere spirit name Fayetle, our prayer the Vice-Consul]
by :
ii .n which it is offered( this simple to Heaven will be for his health The tablet of Gratitude bright, llust{ the Greeks were nologger
: The bill of health. in alarm ftom the J
I:_,!...., tribute! to your virtues.Again and prosperity.To 'Ve'lJow not the neck, The manifesto of the cargo. preparations of the Tuil-
i'; of Boston \\ hich the General replied:- I Ami'C bend the knee ,
I ; .J' sir, the I citizens } ; not bill of invoice.
Every all
their in the north
}='I. fT' bid welcome) to the Cradle SIn: When in the name of the.pt'opl Hilt our hearts, !..\ FAITKTTK, I attempts /.avi
.. you surrender thee. The passports of Passengers. ir failed, and little ;:
! le and of this >Ve to ; splellenuedon a p-
! '-!. t of Ameriean. Independence, and to government rl
at. Journal.
f 1776. the south from the
: Z;; I" the scenes consecrated by the State, your Excellency is pleasedso
"'., .' .' kindly to welcome an American WASHINGTON AND 1.FA : TTE. The President has recognized Egyptian forces. It is stated in thc
: bio 'd shed by the earliest matyrshe
.L f.t:4: ;
J., il c..use.ii vrtcrtu,1 am proud to share the' Welcome La 'F'a "ctte. Consuls.from his Imperial Majesty I I Brussels papers that the uluchI -
1, tv the Emperor of Brazil to resideat talked oi. expedition frcm
; r *rr honors and enjoyments of such a : A REPL HMC NOT U,GHATEF I.. Egypt,
V;,; f\ this address General LAYLTTE reception, with my Revolutionary Anu all the streets through! Boston, Mew-York, Ph ila del- had not embaiked: when the I last

I :' made the. following re"o : /Ilitt, Baltimore and Alexandria I accounts from that
.1.. companions and brother soldiers.Sir which the (procession passed were quarter veiereceived

to .,...n'. .... .. lp!;. : I am delighted with what I tastefully dressed with the National D. C. Th-.'ir recognition is officially I ; and thut when iicliu: 4 IJJ! :
"Ff"; ,'; -. the I Mayor and People I of see, I am oppressed with what I Flags of the United States and announced in this da\s, 10 sea, its (h's'iJ1aton! would! beCa'ndia

i" 4;:; Bo .1,, -Th" emotions of love and fevl; iut 1 depend upon you as anulu b ranee. On one the Flags in rnal.-Idem. and the ?\ih rea. Some

J, :..i:;: gt.. tiUl de which I have been ac- friend to do justice to my sentiments. Broad street was the following: PhfladelRliladug.. 8.-Capt. cit-mur, it would: se'-iru I had taF.eu t j

JJ-I -'.U'.r' ",'I' tu tomed t,i f cl on my entering! .. WELCOME lU.VSTIUUVS CHIEF! Collins of the brig: Dove, of Nantucket I I plmx to the p op t'r disposal i-,, lha1st t

'". 'J.J: :.J} thik city* ha\'e ever minified with a Thearious officers 0 r'Ui Receive the! Pledges of thy Children armed at the Lz::retto instalmciirol'the Englisli: loar,

i :,' '.:--:1! se: se of n iigious uvererce: tor the government present, and a great lj> sustain, with Fidelity, yesterday from a whaling vmage 'I in consequence: : of the ae! ::th of Lord

;., ",:...,. ;':, V* cry da; : of Ameiican, au.1 I let us i the Principles: that first of nine months, in the Gulf of Byron. The Greeks Ita;! uiit'v; ;edit

.. \)-"a I ho 1C it W1" 11'be: iiercalterSaiu, of u- pie-tilted I assouatid LA IIAYTTE Merrico, has brought two Sea Ee-! to be deposikti! in Zante or Cerijjo ,

,,..:,. Q niv ersnl Liberty.Vaat with the destinies j but thc govcriiii.ct'.l ufthe: I*
: -
..,' ..."1 I hut time or .room to describe: in ptiuiiis on clerk alive. I
'....t It.:.':. must be, sir, my frelin L,'s., "'t tall the various cerenioaJos and I'I' of A-* Last week a biutal i -fellow Was I onian island hid /rbid its ) i1g

j\t.! ,;,1-, 'I. a. Le.c blca .(..t mUnll. 'llt., v. lien, atI incidt'ftsll'thl': daE I \ n' thing nirnica.NATL'IttL fli taken before the ma\or of Philadelphia lodged in any pan ot tic"c- isl(!.. c

'... "( t, ler so l"nf; :1:1 it .',':'C(', find my- imiiculed l a general disposition toiCLc'ive i BIGl1Ta.VOUKTntN I I and fined four dollars and I n the',I last Paris papers,ii 1ia55tttell

'; ,.71l'i. S.+'! :':;;ar.i ....IJI( ',"ld.i.,')}' Ire' i/jnl : i our guest with i the utm i AMI: :.VIONMO'JTIT.Beside : costs for inhumanly beating his that li.is matter :Iad! been bat.a- t

, !.,''..' '. I ciaitectionalely. 4i.1 4 ;., I,,J,t.l'1 ; W't'n i am so : .si cordiality, and .,'ilh'C:')' I the Hags suspended across horse in the public street. The I fact'/rii Y adjusted ctiat! ll.eniciiey
I at'out'
;! t: -so hr'110. :ibly! welcomed i token of sincere respect and grati the streets cityyes- i-vidence pro\'tc.1.th.\t the horse was bad bt-en .:.ctiuuly n-ceivcI 1 DyMarcorodarto
: tf. Boston Patriot
:of:'1 1 ;Hot ..1\1\. by (;h.1 tends, hut I tude. terday) says e in condition I in tiaiic of ihs
{ a starting was load-
, \ V ::1 I the National flag was hoisttd on I I (.' recks.Ve likewise
several successive { obseric the
l' ) by grueralioni*; The General was afterwards! conducted -
ed with about 1700 pound weight,
the Jfthl'l Statl' Ilutiic and
,. r., 'j I wlien 1 1 cat witness the prosperity: : to the les'.dt-nce proxidcd cupdla wavedithin( fond winch he fell, and then was II j.un.e fact UfCUURt.CaflY stwTtd:
" of
1, th< ii.intense improvements, that of proudly sight in the Loudtm! papers! cf the JG'h'July
for him at the corm-r Park and 1
hundreds of of brutally beaten to make 1 him rise.
thousands admiring
. ,:: .i reward of the h test recciied DobUin.
,, r haie beenhejust a no- BC'jn s:; ec.s, and subsequently! Such, barbarity descried to be ul

J'..; :, ::1' bl .strU .'glr! \ 1tUlilS motals, and to the Exchange Cott\ e House, people. Many Patriotic individuals made an example of as a warningto I| It must also be added( that it has

,'. :}f ;}f In 1 ly republican l insliiulious. where we understand! a dinner! was. : raided: flags: upon ihi irliuildiiigs Others.--Lalt..IIerc..r.. I I jirtfttirnttv: been mentioned Ihutthe

-- ;;.t i'i'I I b/g 'of you, Mr. Mayor, Gen- prou'ded by the Committee of and, in one inslunc, the I Gree!T..i had actually applied

: th men uf'th City Council, and all : Arrangements for the entertainment national1 i I fl.h of Erin was suspended lunburg, (S. C.) Scfit. 1. 'I' a considerable portion of this loan

t1 of you, beloved citizens of Boston, I II of their !guests.At fromi the house of one of l--r NEW COTTON. | to the punhase of ltre t Egih51:: !

li ; to acrepi-the! respeilful.and warm I the Dinner, General La Fay- occasion sons, in and commemoration of the valor and of vii.tuts.ul' th,' There has been 16 bales of Cotton j I: n0.clilintn: : for. :I>e purpose of

,', .y; thanks of a heart, which has formarly ctte being called on for a senument of the new crop received at t'u1 con vesting'them:!' .l$.to bh.ps <>l \\ ai.In .

.rfi., half a century been particu- gave the following: 'Y\YI Montgomery.I (Tie; formed \\".:rt'llOUSCS hereihia seLS&i;, j"iciby; ai! aeccM.sci; v.Lkh a-
: i la'I devoted illustrious: The of hen procession Lt ieiauec! .;n be pi-red ir.c t'fairs -
'I' ly lo your City Boston, the Cradle ," which is considered to be oT first fly : *
thc'l: and duringthrottgl' its match I I
.cilv. of Liberty: May Faaeuil Hall ever Hnej quality; cur 11lerch;its arc so of thc Greel.s were in tfceiijost

t 9The :Mayor then enfered the stand a monument to teach the 1 1rung the,streets, the bells were. Tiiu.::h of this opinion, that t'e.cv : !prosjiemub, condition, G;;; all
and salutes were {tired btIlt.. I the di!"pert fors of their cit fs had
world that resistance
of the General whichwas to 14
'. carriage oppres- several I Artillery!! Companies: of the readily gave cents per pound
a handsome Barouche, drawn sion is a duty, and will, under true : I for 14 balk of Ihe 15 that has I terminated in ioncordS: in a ;;rnerul

bv four white horses, and the }procession Republican institutions; become a I City.' come to market, and we know of I I I aid) putri-jiic ileterminailun! to
1 here has for-
probably, on no
moved towards town. This bll'ssintDaily Advertiser. purchasers wailing: for ai much resisl i tt;e barbat laiis.frjiiti .

"1'e moslIH .llItirul of the met occasion, been so many people ..1.'lt'r';,... A
inoicment began at about 11 : part in Boston, as on yesterday.Yesterday mole at the same price. The other very general

o'clock, and was announced bysignal spectacle was exhibited on the Mr. Ebenezer two bales being; held! at a opinion had prevailed in London -
Clough: ,
i., ; I to the Sea Fencibles, sta- Common. The pupils of the General La higher! price ren,ait-d unsold. for some days, mat the Brit
presented to Fayette a
r l toned; on South Boston Heights, public schools, boar male and female We may now consider the) business ish government was about to acknowledge
Walking on was en-
who then fired a salute, and the were arranged on the side season as commenced, tho' the independence vI

hjeUsofthc town began to ring. adjoining the mall, in two lines graved :the following inscription ; we do not think thai this price i for South America. :N'uniereuscali-
Boston, 24 1824.
a City of slug ,
; ,' ., a The procession passed through! reaching from BoyUton street to Presented to General La cotton will continue to be given net councils had been held supposed

tie' strt-etv indicated in the order the head of ,the mall, under the full-blooded Yankee Fayetteby through the season. The sooner lo relate to that sutj ct, which
a as a token -
'1; 'i oferrutiQementsalreadY published, care of their respective teachers, of for services rendered cotton is brought to market, the had considerably atKcled the

1. ; .ip the! (ftilloiiing ol'dfr'izThe and protected from the press of America respect, in her struggle for more beneficial will it be to the funds ; but these deliberations terminated

,I Miliury escort, the City Govcrn- spectators by peace oflicers ap- Planters. stithoutany thing: being!

.! JK.i Tiient, the (ioncrul, followed h)' poinled for thc purpose. Between Independence.As instance of the kindly feeling Sixteen persons died of cholera declared or the precise nature of
an -
t :; f the enTlemen who accompanied these beautiful lines, the whole which 11lorhur: in Philadelphia, the week the topics under discussion having

t, l lim|" fiotn France, and from New military and evil procession of prevailed, it may not he ending 7th inst. Persons shouldbe transpired. learn, however, by
remark that the De-
!,irf r ; rl j'ork-thl' public officers who had passed. When General La Fay- unworthy careful at this season of the the London Courier, which statesit
Sheriffs their offices and
joined% the procession, and the ctte entered the passage, an interesting puty inthe of, the year not to overload thoir stomachs "upon good authority," that the
,c..lkadt of citizens-the wholebeing little girl, of five or six occasion. One of hilarity them with green corn. unripe fruit, &c. French government had transmitted -

''id t' : under the direction of Marshal years old stepped forward, and be- his door the placed distich As tor cucumbers, we would{ have I a \'cI-y friendly communication
following -
i larris, as Chief Marshal, and iii s placed in his barouchepresented upon our friends pay a little attention to M. Hutardo, thc Colombian envoy

i 't twenty-five Marshals. The proCession him a wreath, and made a brief Arrests; in cixil suits postpon'd-to day to the advice of aceleoraled at London, inviting him to .,

I'.y f' t entered the common from address in the French language. Sacred to freedom and to freedom's cian of this city: Cut physi-I.I visit Paris as soon as his; conve 1

13jiston I strecl. From the point The General accepted the present, friend" thin slices, put them in a dish, nicliCt'ill' permit, for the purpose 1

jvhere they entered to Park streettht' placed it on his arm, and kissed jFromthcJCcw York Spectator. sprinkle them with pepper and of entering into communications

C 111,lien of the public schools, the child in rapture. La Fay?t te'& return to NewYork. then-throw them into th; street, with the view of establishing

. of both clad and Lines presented (entwined in a .-Yesterday about I o'clock the
y sexes, neatly under or give them to the hogs. friendly relations between
+ the direction of their instrucjlors wreath fevers,) to GE.VE- Gen. La Fayetle landed in this tiost. Gaz. two governments. This'informa I

:', '9; ,' were arranged in two lines, RAL 'LA FAYRTTE, on his city from the steam boat Oliver From the Detroit Gazette of August 13. lien (continues the 'same paper)

,yp ; ik-tween: these two lines of chil- arrival on the Common by a lit- Ellsworth. A national salute was A bloody Battle.-A letter from perfectly, accords with another '1

jJren the procession passed to tle girl. fired from the Franklin 74, at the Green Bay dated July 31,_ says- fact of which we are 'strongly assured )
Park street. The militui forming An infant hand presents these blushing Navy Yard, as he passed. The
y "I have only the following news to that. the views of the Freucit
I I the escort on reaching Park street citizens along the shores and
i. Glowing and as childhood's artless wl'ite-Two soldiers, Clark and government approximate rnuca
', .were formed! in line, and the General wharves of East River for
hours, Wilson, deserted from this post a more, to those of our own, "Pon
: passed them in rtv'few. Vast When roses bloom and buds of promise miles, kept up a continued acc!a- few days ago, armed with four the subject of South ...\rl'r cl,

?iunbtrsof people filled the street smile, mation for the whole distance muskets, &c. They were pursued than to what is understood to te*
tliro'ugli which the procession epa inlf with th charms the culturer's The, Oliver Ellsworth decorated 'S
1 toil. was by the Indiana, who are generally the policy of the Holy Ali1'-

pissed, a"d the adjoining houses, with flags, and had on board ,a employed to bring back deserters) Great Britain.-Accounts had

{land an immense concourse of spectators Oh! take them FATHliR,-they were fine band of music. He was received and were overtaken, The soldiers been received in London of the arrival

was assembled on the common culled for you! at the Fulton street wharf were determined not to be taken, of the Marquis of lIastingand *

I and in the Stale House Yard. (*Still bright. with warm affection' sacred by the Committee of the Corporation and when the Indians came'within family; at Malta on the Hti cn

c Toe GSirtulwas; cheered from dew) and conducted to his lodge musket shot distance June .
the action
Oh! let them live in the benignant smile, rI
I time to time, as he reached the ings at the City Hotel. The streets Mr. Stratford was expected
o'er commenced
And thy brow of glory bloom awhile, and lasted for some- Canning
) I I'> ;MCI pal assemblage of people 'Twin'd with the luurel fame on thee be- were filled with 1 people, whose time. The result is, Soldiers killed lb leave England .in a K'*

p..rticulitrlt b the.. vast assembly 1. to\'d anxiety to see him" was unabated. ) 2, Indians do. 4. Total, 6." days for! St- Peteriburgb.I ,






____.___- -1____ .
...._.r rY'I- : I "if, Ua-s e!cincu conviction, cither: I We have now don wiih Mr. SterVr ind the Madeira ,
r6i1 I system, they rnu.t stay at 2 hoxes candlos, 4 ke; 3 nan )
; lt1OJ.J .81 li:\roujjh some legal! quibble or the I trust that we shall not be compelled to home to grow stale, while I go out at the 28 bbls. Pork, by N. I. Allen,

._ iV.tii'n: ssnrss of ihc m.nistersof of dear five dollars I of /
.I jus- j appear against him again being under expense my r
Schr. Hazaid Hawkins / -
t--- ,, Tampa f
'u I chilled blood in the winter ,
I'(\," I.. .J. 1L lice ( .
1' \\ .1. I criminality.A impression that nothing which he
j emi Bay 3 hbls 4 bbls. whiskey! L
".,f\ .' of I beg your pardon-to amuse myself! in sugar, ,
.. .Id: call the! attention lapse years cannot atone i say ofus)ereafterjcan merit un answer, toasting s-.ich a great man, or such another 3 hlils. onions, 1 bbl. loaf sugar, *
\ I
\ e
j', I for so great an enormity.- .They, we shall in future treat him with that silent for thank God have
4 this important article.! to th egcr great ; : a 3 hbls. corn inca). 4 bbls. beer, 2 j

;II'f) of I merchants of IVns-.i- indeed, rather add aggravation to contempt : he would now have plenty of great men. We, the Roman hbls.: molasses, 4 demijohns Brandy .-
.cf..e' "'CUt of1tl 1 1j i': the ofiVnce. Heaven, in njercy, received had-a knowledge! of his chancier Catholics wait an hundreclycars after the I
: will perceive the of him 1 bale tobacco, I box saddles, -
b" "Iudl! ,thcy sometimes allows the offenders bten Co-extensive with the circulation | death a Saint to declare such ; ,
". ; ( t tlme Mlionthcm :,k{ good greatest of Ills | hut we, the Republicans ol the new world, f 10 boxes soap, 2 kegs tarn, by F. i
: 12ucc.r a long space for repent attack on us. declare in their life-time; '
r-" br: to tl us r.\aTke t men great andthis Pasquier. 26000 ftellul l l'r, 24000 1 1 -
\'C to ; ann''hcn time is thus ( :/- The Editor) of the Mobile Commercial -
.. fIll:1 which \\. wOI&M also rcI I given, is inlinitcly more congenial brick, 16 bales hay and 6'J bbls.corn :
IJ 1ion to which ana it ;s suffered to pass \\ thoul Register, is requested to do usjustice principles of mo esty. Ilurbuic was on the U. S. Master. '
lnJ : f.I' t of the new crop by Quarter
... *.-a. t!.e improvement, to the original offence by Pc-publishing this; article the eve of being declared a great man,
r" : sol'.i !Jim', broughtJc: ( i cents, but he has turned short : may all the ARRIVED. 1
iy% .t vi rI": >lthiee.loads.I re.tfuncUon -I' is added an abuse of I he crowned heads, actual or pretenders, end Sept. 26th-Spanish Schooner
cbc ,
<. C. was sot -at I I mci-ctcs of heaven.Is fL3I3I [J& I1 'l'lO- the same way. }'orgi e me, Sir, 1 am Sweet Name of Mary, from Havana 31

;.:J ':_t there a God on high! who = old and sometimes get out of the 'way, bound to Cunipeuchy Prize
"l'rll11Ut,HI i.t'J cCl.b. Fur the Pensacola Gnzctle. but I return to my subject. I see that, ,
tuhes 1 of the actions of ii
cognizance to the Colombian Privateer
.- for Anna
: ; practice ot oilcring1: ; pr mums Sketches of West Florida.NO. though you r.re young, you want to talk
1 ? Is crime noticed in '
which) bet men the moral inform that the Capt. Alexander ii chargeof
tOuqllr; <{ of cctton may I. too ; you wish to me,

t w-* tcir.uj* tyt: .is AH excellent one ; world ? None hut an Atheist West Florida divided into three counties dinner.is nothing in itself; though the Captain Petition having put in

I. :,I.M" "C-I :IC' planter to bring his can. answer in the negative. 1 Escatnbia Jackson and lijidsdcn.Escambia Madeira is undoubtedly something, and in distress bound to Carthagena,

.\.I Ic ,1110." I would! then ask vhethert1at County extends from Pcrdi that the point-the essential point-is/Tie in
: iI..s 12 Ul'en cartful 1 of it, U> thisincentive peo- want prosion, sails, rigging, .
'r jf'Ie! j do Hay, the western boundary of the Toasts" Let it be reported in a. public
: ,' will be held
c pie guiltless, fcc. &c. and in coudlthn.-
Itt lonal to him,13kc a leaky
mlt dinner has been and :
(f,i: i,1 tI Territory* to Choctawhatchie rivrr, a- print that a given,
f.l 'it PUllS m prcparnn'I'it; fol" place the perpetrator cf crime in distance from east to west of one hundred that the following regular toasts and volunteers -

, ...,,(.Hlul 0 nut I :(/! "'[ &' increase the s'atf honor and power? and fifteen miles ; anI from the Gulf of have been drunk upon the occasion The following is all the information ,

*.'. ''of good cotton: shipped Think of this. I ask the conscientious Mexico on the south, to the State of,Ala and damn if any hero cure ar.y farther we can collect respecting ;

tte 'l'Olh.t..JU! I and to ban.a on the north, a distance of thirty to about the dinner." This i h what you the
think of
seriously this
l4' w.1I ''mdollbtclli c3pture Vt'S5l'l-
hr. t!: IHlj't ; ": forty mjJ' s. wanted to tell me, for I perceived that .

)tiic! in>rlhvri met chant to prefer of it. The island of St. ftosa extends about your tongue itched. your mouth ; but 1 The Spanish merchant Schr. El .

TnurM: for '1.t 1.investment of his ). fifty miles, along the Southern coast knew it well Therefore 1 mo"e the lotlowing Dulce Nombre Maria, Captain IPedro
fCn, P. &cek, .R"tuireTit;: gentleman the old Fort of resolutions .
:'V' til'. .r![-Ic.', tlICf'hl.ncfittin'" commencing opposite : Capule, bound for Sizal,
\.1; I'III r l' : has made his appearance in the Mo- San Carlos de Hwrancas, and extending Jtc-tulretl, That a: long PS we are, with 13
being taken
days out
while: it is of equul advantager was on .
,..1ll':: f hUe Commercial: Ur !icr of the -1st tilt. to the ; 'Mste. This islaud i is very extreme tlirticulty, able to get bread lor the

,* ,' ,? .'.mute a "'I lilt :i1spper.A inconsequence of( the pur.igfraph in our barren, about half a mile wide, and unin our families, we will dispense with assisting 21st day of August, by the Colombian ]

r.;'.-Ic .o the : ailvcrt.scmcr.t habited. The first settlement in Florida at any dinner where we are to pay as Privateer Schooner La
of the 4th wnich announced departure -
nut tl.e prciitin.us are so arranged paper i is said to ha\e been made on the iiorihhore much as would teed our whole family for Anna, Capt. Alexander llusle, on -U

I" I from this city. : about two mdrs from the west end two weeks. ; the Sound of Campeachy in 22 c
well thetfrst'l' ,
forcncouV.igeicnt to
to.) Mr.: Sled t 1)), after admitting'\ ; every fact of the islaud, where; the rums of old Fort Kesitlved That if we make a sacrifice 45' North Latitude and 803 50' \ -
Mnall:; as uf large crops, and article ** still It satisfaction the conduct of-a-
., contained in the sas. the intimation >.Jonlagorda are conspicuous. was to show I ,

!.. 1cli.jKUtc5for i| the premiums must which is the evident object a of the bult: oa* coarse hard sal.u. tolte of a dark ny public officer, it shall be in such an1a'nliCr ;I LogitudcWcstofCaz. i

,u.rthtir: cotton on or before the lirste paragraph, that it was my intention by !blOwn color, the Lame stone i is si-en turm as we shall not be deprived of the I I II II .:'. : "tf

w.' the interior of the country, but none in company of Oiir wives and daughters, and I anionment Jirook-e, ")
(,fJ1nuary. thus j ltfa\5njr I'ensacola, lo/n.ritiit my sureties die \ieinitut' St. llosa. The while than two dollars shall be
that the funds which that not more 1Potizh ltaz/, &/> J 824. 5
\\ understand t. jiati the amount for which they ?tood vand of the islam4dare blown uto fanciful such ,
I subscribed by one person on an oc v> ILL receive proposals 'nil the 1st of :; .
j invest j in the! urticliasiwiil ;
\I.', ueinvi-adineisto'i charged on my account, isu> !base aiuf ,iiabolical'a hills anJ appear exactly like Hie buuw casion.And. December next, to furnish, with fresh

.r.a ; cij ruv tiie planters a falsehood! as a wicked heart ever drifts of the oitiiern Slates. S.iull whereas the publication of a list 'j heel, the troops of the United l.Ltesr : .;i.'

iiyt sale their chiton at the highest engendered.Ve ."' 'uiumock (live oak aiid pine wholly enveloped of toasts, is the sacramental part of the my, that arc or mOllie stationed at Cantonment ;t .:

; t. with vines atlord siieittr to nu- civic crown, though a.uongst a thousand I' llrooke, liillsooroiigh Hay, from J
\! must here remark that the of
.cd. I rl' object IIhr.u, 1.rdJ of liter, wane the poud-i en'fi'ihh publications of the hind scarcely half the 1st of January Ifi; till the olst of ; ; .

our Pll'tl'tla'a merely to g.vc tiu- ? water, in winter i.ttract vast flock dozen an worthy to be recorded : December 1825 i.nciu I\'e. .

r v a gcnllcfttun, lately from Jacksr.n public iiti.ll>:iti(>:i CoIf fad*, \\hich, bciiit o: water tO\\ 1 Tlie surf of me soutu Jiesotvet!, That uoh a list, drawn by the The beef will be required to be delivered :. '

frailty, we learn that the Commisrionersfjr ill relation toy public (t icCJ', \\ C conceived .10: .: 1 i tremendous in stormy weather; best known wits of the place: shaH be to the troops on tu cU\s in each .. }, {.

:. ( :: : ca,ins and titles ,to land : it proper they should 1.,110It net c-: &*'\cra! vessel* have been wrecked on Usi handsomely engrossed' put up 1:1 the most week, (the e.lays to be desi nateil) in >>uchquantity ': : ;

Vt'cit Honda, now un their visit. to that! sho: : t. coisicuo; ;.s p:.rt (! the ballroom, ana at as may be requisite for their rations
,1 I wy- our o!)joct, by :ny. "mti untioii" t. he of Pensacola betweenthe delivered on each And
Uay opens tcr LIC feast is o\cr, solemnly day* I deem .t necessary :
: to 110t.Cl' given some
icut\.jcconinrt: 1""llJllt tl\ illtt..tUl of Mr. teele on anv' \\ l.t tndof St. llosa anu tile Bairancas the: teat.an of the day, aid a copy to ipun/.e those, who may choose to 1'

,iTic since:: liujre ceivcd; testimony bo h I punt ; advcadd: tJ.ut it ai'Ih'";s tou.tpi.tc rid is the inotit beautiful liarbuto.i I hiuicdtottie printer fur publication.! offer to contract for this supply! that the ): .,

.:ft.'hLf: claimants I and cftiie Unite'ISutts. iitiuiiUert! to tile :it-cuntiei the t'uil'ot iiV:;C- ; its cnllaticc i isiiaiio- Then those: last though net least" biials beef will be required to be ot tile best '

The interest of the United States 1\\ an*! clicked, hua frum 21 to 2'o teet ot no l.nigji* be loaded i.i their a'S'nami \' hiC41; tiie market: call aiionl( and particular j
he I'
( 4r s. whether intended to//:;- ;:i llicinU :
villas that of meritorious: .lannar.ts. \\.L'L1' 1I!. the bar, it very soon expands to tl-.cy will a!>otcast those: who i.ake tI.1.:11 attention must be hail to the; butch : t ;

is > nuy, tilt am'.Hl1.t for whicii tiy! stood seven. nr.les: iu- \\hitli, wiicn it n> d\idei d.ui'cc, wlr.le! t'tey heurtily l cursy taOC who er ng thereof. Approved Ix-.ml3.vll bereq :j.:
: binfitteii ;
!1 be materially by cii.Aetl: on his account, :f lii:. acts ,: sound U a narrow : I 'i.rcd iortlie "
cause 2'(1fl bi. "S4 ; ) pciiu.y.i- jail them at lio.iie, iid meet Uigc'.l.er a f lJhiml'nt oi tin el:; :.ct.I'cihoni .

,' into the il\t rior. the! !.1 t\> be c'.J1/.:,'I'd:o ail. ju:t "t s it.fllatcVjal'3S .- t 11.; Iv.xiitv j'.nlfS M .nt1i.. Hiid fi\>.iii one little for the :..ke. ol': getting .beuvteii wishing to Contract will plea3c ;j.:

of fraudulentclaims Iv.istil I '>o icm .!es \\ ide, nearly ea3tI scllo.HJu. to do. make their in ;
Tinclamour ; it i is:: to a person, li'f.ois tu: ovhas i< rumiiiig wind and water, a- they J proposals untjn sealed! : i

... Mlcnrcd l,y the testimony of the brim \ctnL''zzled by WI .i./orwci, 1l Iii eo I and \vt.uiid i& coiiucead u iii tile niuii: IJnough for one day ,l iic weahrr isuuadf.il I ...id iiiix-ctcd to ne "at Citonnii-nt' :ii .j f.

bevdesi \ Iruid al i.ic west end of CiioctawhaUh.c ani as 1 do not fed very cuy \0 amen lliooke, liilkliPrough Jlay, T. F. slating \n.\
nest respectable i i.lh1)itantor.11 i that Altorn'' had nn."T r.rtJ tJ fa/ c'.,- hvtlier I the *,
: rate 111
Bay. arc not sure > f.r.tvdi!
\ ;it thunders, Oecatiseve i J j.trj.oun.i tIt':1 t ;
;i use buniiuonetl. s--j.-ecir.Uy. in bhaifote I I r'IU* -:!:fi a(!'II.t,1\ bftLs'uiiot'." It r-'.,aii. St liosu's sound i is a charming sheet of I the Almighty I 'I not uiieiidt.I, I .;mm I liirnir.! aiui they! sh.ill IK informed-ot'ihaacceptance : t
V.: S. the CGD.:!.,'!>:tuTS: C..IIIon" the i ci- I I. for ::i-. sttcle: to pro.-e tlu't the '.' iIiLiIiIa- v.atcr. more th&n tinru miles i.i j n5th, going to-try' to shut my eyes very iigni- oTtneir .TJr''H. )'.lS. ct..r 07JcUtr :, ..:'

d 1 :. .t1l1ti'.I. lulf 0,1.. to t., o iniies!; ::;.i a : horn, or .
t'/: ns generally, 10 ( ( whether tVy 1 r lio.i" j is rontaincd"in our paragraph and if ) so good HS; :It. un personal applicator to ,
i'It'Iof flM> clairus: that dd not come : hal wiilc, ll nribnls n... igaiioii I--i vrM>esvij'Hwr.ii I?.'' 0 LJi PJ.1I'TLmI.i?. .;.C 011 the Lt. iJt.t.t.hbcr, the d.iy abyvc .
I. ('oittaiiju in it, that, it!is a f. ibehood."I' s'\i: .it \ :-', uiui opens uto I tie uezaiGacd: i
f.v: uitii! the act of COJ f'J'(:'. Tiir\ ,
*. telf states tat! the amount fer .I3ccta .. uutchiciia) and tiic-nce to inuuli -. rl:11 Gizciic.Lexington J 01n1 '
Frz-r r/:? /> Pagi.qM't ; f.
aa\: in II.diV ca-A-s the improvements ofuc vh'.ch: his. SC1li'tl'a; :' Vid.-e! v'otlllln.e I : thivu.,! the pass I/i.s.e. Oil : "on1"'C" ..un\p +- i
niuandlcai-jcdjjc: difljcultirsalioiS \ Cum'y \t> t i; A.r.vy.; i :
i.oitit "hurc1: PI'hIISUn'al.' cvcr.ti
been l', sicnncell"irb'itf'jrth) ,* ''f. I
\}\k ,,: \ :.rHl\ the dangers :Uendart j 'ig ,;il..a&aiit hmll-Ick!> c.C.tl..h\d: tor COil VC- '1 i e ;1 h r.U.11 examination: ol time NOTT.-1'cre being no iin.-ct :i.t;! .o ", J
ry unexpected delay! i in t'.H0,puyu.cr.t: of accrs'ulorab'.e C lt tOJHiH-j: ( Ilroohe. persons mlt..lnr propcH.iisare A .
t,11111. iii'st settlers inl wilderness I.;('at country sculs, on a moat iicuiuuCGiS' pupils hi this institution took
., ui.ecl through 1
: stun due him from the l S. tue ,'
7.cyci.rcucd ;rcatpcMirc! in \ iew-i I pi ace CM the 2dth and S9th ultimo Pcn.ucoia, I'o.-t Gflicc. -
This cs'.nuot be lnr, AS the sum. due Mr. L.rass 'oint on the South side ot"the ;
i : the: %beauty ai.d excellence) of the !I \ I :jit was nu.-.ierotisly: : attended, and 28-7w.j 1
1'T : : (1 Coon t Auitu
0' ::' tho United Slatesville iuiK ? ;l.I, : ;: ay c '

V.-} yi.tl tlqu:11as; and their ohl'- 1 I I absorbed! b\' the!! n-ivmi-nt another\ nui *- u j.ositt .itt cU of i'ia.aieuu, utioru hu.- .tS \. e aI C informed, gave general T rlh! : 01: Vliu'iAa.i l !

g.i,,-.j't01jl people) of the County je- Ornepl It urs ( perfect .>..fcl), \vit:. djpiii; : ot uateriutnciein satisfaction. It has been contended -
i obtained :'guinst him I for tit: suih ul "4AiUt \ OUN'TY COUiir, t
:! r.Iy tor tiieirkitulncss I and I It\ pit\l!.t !'. tor very i-r tr.g-te;, to lay i by many Philosophers that tl.e t
i 1 157 February Term 1824. '
6.1jrcli \eis "II"t.tllI! him, ic? clusc: tj tile sire ".,O artora ; t
; tney ver\
I .
aj j pc-ir highly! prat f.ed at find lt" H11 j ji : female niincl is not suscrptible of '
I: .1tt' l'ICp a: Lair: : for a client i in tcCJrri: "I CIi1Hml.t w..t r.J.g place At tins o.c'N motjon cf William F. htedcF.s.- I i

i uusinuus and intelligent] population art : 10 becurc the payment of which H not,re point, lac great nuu iJU. commenced, insii action in the more abstruse quire. A hur.l e" for the Ttrrittn-y, I ,{

: I.:lv engaged in converting thevihlcr- has been served the Marshal of this under the uircction of Capt. liuicu, studies, which; are supposed to be &c. Ordered, That the tit-nt.ulmg trtuttl 1 f

i II'; into smiling fields extending thfcoulcsles on >vic.i'! pasMii..,' '1 all;iliusse, (time seat oi o- more suitable to the nervous intcii1" and i't-tit Jurors I at the present term or thl: : :

of polished life,-and laying the District i stating all monies which: m:'y vrimne.t) latu c tcitU to ij;. .uiitl.ie. ? .1.au that- the surne court, do ,5ICW! entice ifun there be, at '

come into his hands on account of Mr. i'is! oonJ of'iiiiiou wUxli ;' dc-btiitea tuCJOSOi.LLtC It'c''fOJ tin! r.ext October term t .;rcC f why: a tine 1
{u'mltl.ns of iiitcllectual inpro.cnicnt.JA..i gc1ir4l dihVrcncc in vigour ofbotlil :;
Steele ; a copy of which! notice! v.as furhihhcd the distant iuteiests ot'ilie: b'.undd not be asj>f'.*scd upon them seve I ( :

I him by the Marshal.Mr. i err.torj of loruia;', owej Ill DT.II lu tnee.trt.ioiS !. ron c tituionj that exists betvcer. ral!!) for their saU :u-fault-the iirandjurors \

n Female .'lcade111f.-'Ve pro- 01 ourdtieguie, (.Cl1t 141 L'.ti!, the series, entends to ti.eirmrniul in the Hun (fifteen
Used our fallcl'omc time since, someiKwmtofMiM Stecle says that; he left Pc-ir.crla '.i.ii tG Hie iitUiiihcciicc of time lotii ConjjVj powers. Although we a- I the Petit Jurors in the! sum of tin dollars! ,

after ifirnziir' *uretes of ', -. It to be compete! mak' Uf..1 ech, and it is further ordered, that
valuable institution, and y my iii' ; l'- : is } .)- ,. rree in the opinion that the cus- [ a copy :

'ellincnl to jive it, as we conceive turc,"-tliis! is fa! c ; Mr. y. left :i note cil& and cuuseWctye.i tm-niy-ir.c Ic:t t\iLL, O and relative : ; of this rule be pubhs'ied: : hLCl.month .:
t)1'icietv the
.,...ncr l t thut tile. fame of \such I I I for his t1rdc: inf rirnnr; tiioin of IIs; (ICpaturc w lieu nr.taiiciivhicu! It I is expected:.: : loins ;or ihive 1I1ollt1:, r.ca precediujj the October r .
unvcr- be in the course ot tHe next year ; it \*.Ii I duties of the sexes, render a perfect tenn aforesaid.A II'. 4;
I but it wis net until the .
'Siou'ibe: extensive their morning
us me- be tile givjtiest acquisition tus 1'e rr.ioiy union pursuit, and similarity true Cop, j'
"M'iuxnini'jsdeserve: ; ; but it is not i: after the NIGHT in which! he left PeisaI ever clJtaanLJ"Hllv h :l Kasi auj \\ e-i of education improper and absurd Aittat, JoHN JHLLFJ, Cl'k. ;

intention: at this ti.ne to redeem our I cca that they received the information. Florida& could scarcely ciiai under tie the of to By n.'. HAS ELL HUNT, U. C. J:

1"t bt. We notice it now, merely for i \Ve regret that Mr. Steele, or the gen saute go'.eruulcul. receive; yet instruction want in capacity the same .I .\Ug'. 1.-23-6t. -. J I. ,'i':

J';,rpose of calling the attention of tlcir.an! who kindly consented to take IlL :
i wi!?', Editor.-I thank Sir, for having studies, forms no part of the Notice.
of his bus. t
l'"xJtrs.to: : the ode which mbe charge ness as U. S. Attorney,
I informed me, tuai u nieeling of time ground of that opill on. And whilst .
.':ndn : dd; lOt think tit to do his: .
our' Poetical: cuhunn duty by libelling i }
composed Citizens 01 "cJI&tCOla was hclu oa theiotti I an exhibition of improvements, .

l'.dGe! -red by ayom/; had)' only thireen : I the SoliovMier r'tllsI'olntvh.cli was nibt. that a niutfe '.appointed I such as the one seen at' Col. Dun J"LLpersons j with the snbscnber3"are having accounts desied open to !!

years old. "ihc con.posUion and brought into our harbor 1-r an alleged violation to. wait 01. tile Hon. .H. K. Call, our lJele1. ., =
j II ham 's schoolyis productive of un- come forward and close tire same without -
i**'Ji<-rilj) Jl>* .. iolao vujnl/l nrot rile.r of thf* 1hvtnt.'I ih. IT-: : tt in Congress ILIII1.ZulU tb.lL'm addres was I __..16"v' I for .' I'
lies nica tJ i M "S u.ur iije uu i tifmrv.'iff'please present them J
: I Stales asid aftc-r here 20 I it also furnishes .
ted : excellence
tticolilejit and most cperer.ccdthe : remauv.r.g scribcrs to tue di.iei, otteied as a weiccnie of female ,

t.,'""'s. \\'AI! ;II"l'1| suited and the 1 mannertf'rtVurfpj days> \vas: taker_ to Mobile, by the Heveniu- to lae vier.eval, but i never bet ure the advocate of their equality ment.We have on hand a considerable assort' .: ?

:: show a knowledge of literandiu Cutter in v/iiich! >lr. Steele went in consequence 1 hold ot auv ot toe above particulars. i of talents, the s'.rongesi argu- ment \

': $or.',seldom, attained by young I of her not having been libe liedhciv make Tins a diiUicr febc.n, >.rai r. Editor remarks, mUuces, wiuch me yuUmav to ment in support of his cause. ofDry Goods,. ,.: .: ,

l.jlt ofJ. imic'a maturcr age. Well may ; as was stated in the Mobile paper, u&v atuurpeaire.F0FLIILIAy : In our poetic corner to day, will Groceries, I

"l.lbnl!,- r, (the ]rincipal of the Aca-. to the disgrace cf thos whose duty it c' were In the habit of enjoying be found a specimen, which will Hardware & Cutlery,

f.t:1 : bt' 1JrU'll'. of his pupils, if ouch pic-: vas to attend to it. ourselves irom time lo tunu, -but no doubt please even Philosophers, t.:

1''e thc: .connion ]>roductions of the As to lie threat that we shall bebrougLt 1-\\C never tIiuUImt of taking any public as well as those who are more under Queen's, Glass, Stone & I \;
."'" pleasure in tUt aosence of that part of tlleCI..tlOU It is Tin Ware "
't-S'-'iIivs un-Jcr his e"l.i e, und parents before "the civilas well as crir.ii- vvitaout winch no pleasure the control of feeling. J '
taIIbe:%: readers an which will be sold very Tow for Cash only.
thoirLt as ;
too an\.ous to place recommended to our i.
lifLl tribunals Florida, we trust tllat, reacnes the heut. At il-attimc we were

aJt tc: I a fcchnnl, of whose worth whenever uc are guilty of.Ily act worthy ah easy, ) et we tliougiu that two doiLirs animating appeal, and which Jas. B. Selby & Co. 1

tiey I'\c o satis=tactorevidence.. punisliment, they are perfectly competcnt a piece! was buihcieni to defray tne expenses must particularly gratify the rem- Pensacola,25th_ .Sept. 182429__ -3t.._ .; '{
of our Udseniblaj 1\iow mat we "
to aflbrd redress to the injured nants of the "olden MEDiCAL COLLEGE :
and *
are uoor, -.uour as rals- mr.vn -------- __. ,
.1 'ft'-'OTiTitendan attentive perusal of partyvc arc perfectly ready for the in- poorer every day, we must pay hve doF- It_ I' -- OF SOUTH CAROLINA. "
.t'f Y.
: cJIr" ;i ig, to all whose ,eye it may > c>tig>tion of any of our cts, conscious lars to have thcJ pleasure of remaining THE Lectures in this College will commence -' ; .

."' (t Ilc hsv.ntinxnts do honor to Ikeniidcauiot that! we have done nothing agjunst the lemnly, three or tour hours round a tableTO Died-of a liver complaint, 28th in Charleston on the tecond 1

ptr> be read without a con- 1'cace (,f the United States & Territory, iiui.sK, and pirticuiarJy to drink Madeira inst. about 8 o'clock P. M. Capt. Monday in November next, and continuefive ;

"""!0: those -ionic, a l quor whose utmost merit Jacob Hamilton Post, a native of months.-The I'ro. ssors are- J
- 'loryieirtiuthby
.. any except the government and dignity of the same." I' four the dollais a Edwards Holbrook. M. D. Pros
"Oi I is, thai it costs turee, or Manner who was John jj
'e v rse than f savge-civilizet1 I bar- New York (a )
b.c-:,., We will not descend to a retort of the bottle-none but gentlemen, of course, the ; fessor Anatomy. :?
.s .1 : IOlC darkness ralhcr than abuse heaped on us by Mr. Steele, we dnuk Madeira, gentlemen must dcthkMadeira. apparently quite resigned to Samuel Henry Diclcson, M. 1). Professor .t

't"t. Ute Qse their deeds are evil." leave it for the public to draw their conclusions When shall we get a complete I common lot, & went off without a of the institutes and Practice of Medicine. J.

) N DUELLING de/itution of tiie word gentleman, and ol tHe struggle, hopeful of an endless 0 /
from the facts stated. is
.xt :( 'on" solemn It i I right sense that should be aliened t j it ? bliss. Re/iortediby J. Cdmfiton.) Thomas G. Priolcau, M. D. Professor of .
: A Appeal" pub- -(
t 4.'ctt i cllt he Nutional .loarn.ti.. much to be regretted that wc are under.I j I vusli your aniubie, siciilful and wittyi Sept. 29 1824. Obstetrics, and the diseases of Women \\1

the I necessity of occupying so much 1 room correspondent i'uiLo I'IU.UKM would perform and Infants.
I II I ,
l'1! M>t not of the laws of honor. I in cur columns on this subject, but selfdefence :i tnc task James lUmsay, M. D. Prnfo or Burgery. |

-*"- as of heaven arc of paraUnf being one of the first laws of nature Last year 1 had some tenants, they-went .jiiIiii
!!' withoat paftng tlieir rent and 1 Henry R. Frost, M. D. Professor of Ma ;:
t. LJj I ati'>ti-they hanctionindtflgence we trust that we shall be excused by- away which L teria Medico. I.'
cloak i
could not a winter .
; Of the malIgnant oui readers. wanted very get much ; this year my houses /' OR T ()F P EWS&C U.. Edmund Havenel, M. D. Professor of :

slonE'7 lu t could be more U is but justice to Mr. Steele to state have remained empty, uuU 1 was under Chemistry and Pharmacy.,

!ltalinr to the DeIty, than lo that we have been informed, and believe the necessity of selling a cow to get my- CLEARED. Stephen Elliot,and L. L. D. Profl so?
tientI iio false a in eXlcnu1hQn self cloak fortuc coming winter, out the 27th.-Schr. Ebenezer, Natural Botany.
nJea, that his situation such Sept.
was as justified have had Thomas G. Prioleau, M. D.
'f the three public dinner which we via St. Marks,
I ':hnieTiut highest crime. A his I having Pc;- v 1t1/fl.
t he has declared shall better of f this with Passengers.Oct. i
prospect improving his health ;I n t y cow, so tlut 1 mus freeze again
PUflshed Con .
with t \'erlaslln" detl'uCl'l elsewhere; but we think it would have I winter, or keep m) blood in ciretiktionbyeiiipoing' 1.-Schr. ,
. try, o. l'he- laws 0( our coun- been proper to have notified the public my limbs III cutting aone stant, New Orleans, cargo, 6000 DURING my abcence from Pensacola JjI
an of wood the Pimere to warm myseif'at H. HUNT is my agent andr
; in master.
other civilized bricks by the
e\'ery of his; intended departure and that the .
Juntr t denominate home. Tne urL of this matter is, that 1 Bachelor Pla St. Marks, attorney in fact. ii iiI
the Schr. I
: rdl, crime name of the person who WAS tact for !: have two grown daughters, who are pretty John 11il1er, i
and flour 2 DOX.Sblankets .
. ; j pumshit with death.I him as U. S. Attorney should' have been !fond otdaic.1i0, tor wuicli I cannot. car-go,55 barrels I '. : I I

., fly flllt who has committed made public. I blame them, aud that in consequence eJ 4 boxes merchandize,p August rtIi-22-tf. v !
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: -:--------- -- And now rcmci to i Vo in the Tur.J I r-: OilIYi.p.

: t 1LTc.'tL.( 1 I IcC' I I ,, ..ttU.. ; :I : :j.- r.tr Cent cM.f l' ; aY&m/: J I mn E1 Vere-lwiits 1 oi f l'etistcoi, w.I."K I' i o I'(''i ''.' (P' ft>'f.tiiirt r"% ,"

: tii .. T -= --.=_- ..., Lv F r..rih. tc) Coiumi/ialidw: welccn.eLv I ,I ri: :. 4",';;sLtt, # :, : 'i v 3IiCCf 8 "1It :'1: h. to l'l.CCltll'lg'CJa- tl :'sk into \\ ::1 t1l" I .. '*:* .c *rr:rL r/.v: Ct'L t.;;';t'i.I' ,. V

I .. I ...0"'" *' ct.ifTrJTiIL: S to their pl.tc-f as aiw to obmin (Uon oi w..w .it U'h:. i':i.vi.e: '* .
: j : ".1.!.: .... .,: "I (h.j .J.l.I.ZJ< r. 7 v-* y ; !,.. .,
.A\ -...'*i I.\.*1'1"\ ; I'AtM-ir. he the burden (,each po- I*.- P. i'u lc, & (... directed'.*' in tb.'m. ;'the best quality, and fl illS" t\\au tii.it 3 HU'p. {.f t'.fr: f li I.% ',.; .t't.t'.\1' r. \.I.!
-I.* si d. l/ .v/T. .. clitifl prcl.c.tll vho rut biiiiir hut :5 oiv.ma.ee : rc"Vvr
r ,4.1' ; :" I :. < O d l\V !ftI C.v :>, j IlIIallmtli phnteis r-----< -r.d a I
.\ .If f'ATKHnli., : 0Ji'ir.tivi. rAU..I he le-echoidfrom (Iioigitlo I \i wi"t:: i ('I":. .It A I* '., rfl}Si for cash, 1 i I: Miiad'Hf-intiti t., maiket at U tune el\e '--Ml OF i' \.:i.H.- ...,.;, -o i.rvY! C cr ,iSe'I '

: g; C.:".-. ..f.St". 1,1,1.; .'," ( 'f 11.- >:H.I,', I!I.I 1t. t ( 1' i.H'' ( ..urt iluiasi' he (.l.1 jf j I oncouri.'jvi'ent, for the pains ti'ey tke I Iith Ij gcI '*.nil.t. U-aiU t! -.5.4" "*'- ii>..a.

jrrdtj ; ; :. .1 1.tl" '& Ii C :, (:<. i '1 ;Io.ee vi-c('ii(' to share our- salvation I: .: I.....1..I't! on the f fir;t Mom'.uy i:1.!all I :lal'. i j I I 1\\ tIll II' ('Ill';, hia% e 1001\1,1 to I II !'' far n> tJ|I{," tt.c sew.'r.-t": iSJCtf,'.. '..

.. t .d tti ; y? -irs on1- l LH tb: :,." bt.lIy. ,i Ii".t. \a Ii; IJc hotiSe and! I lot s.tiutrd ( divide thl.tI1U1ub..cr hc'c1, two huu-i' .re.-e.tulr.s/. ,.,j; :1't!, .'.:... I- tSt"t-.

tii : pt'a: ,t1. t'X t'L'i..HIOI&. c:. : ilt' :.. E I At.u!, !h3-z Vrc. ti.tTr'.i-.3: of old Time shall uroii tit cast Mo'Ptoliii.x: \ Street; aiul died dollars, into two prcinuiiits a. I1ICII- ,,,11111:0. c I :. : :.;". !--L a ... .1.'ICi e\.W
, ( ides.cc .f V. McVoy, iortiu-beM tv V o ioud delivered.ou ;. s1o'::oi ot (. ;: .. fi'"
hI. 'in, t r I loi..e; flit iv> ( n. tioned below, j j, .V.' : KCj....CI j b-- '', ;j.i .
tj pi:5: (1 1' 2 1' 3 l..d..ll t'nC1rI .1- beJi I said Jot 'beifij the first of Janum i: 1I,11I'l' :,1,1'o.iitl. u'ctr.And
bui uu
II \ (r.t I .1. extend, nov so wisely vk-i.i! :i t1i.- out diIiK;. or bcfoie < .
e 't rad.'uf.J. J'lh'\. Ih' ', .md I : I' t taken t.e: be i it
: ""i:, iy ivti iront bt>xv feet ileep! as : next. iur'Jicr or(!
Ii 4 tt.t by: nf I' ( .e th. l ctc Sit n i, : .i. .".< L'us.n ( r". 'I. S t't 0 tic! .al.e' o//A? pr'.jeitv of I.." P. Sleele:; to s_ tUfr th.h FIRST: PRKMIUM. present 01'1:11.I.'l, f tTkJ4',* '.. ..' t"" ''

.I1J .' :. l wr.t ah.l rtot. loud Clt Cotton in i he luihof; tt.\ ;,<.,; j 4,1 *'f* ft*,
.. .i : 'f.n' z. iu ojh' vU : f'll"ct"1c: I. For thc best \\'aynn V t.l1} ,,
: p ill Panic's our glory for (.: .".(;.I.:., r Ijtt : V! ,'he t de
;.1utInULs. 1. i i trump"ith 1t'uj.Vyinaii, J). M. square Lulcs! tay nut l Ic-'s tam! MX bales, :j jMi 'I .1 ilUk \,.
tjj I ,.; .r.cl !b; l.c t; ,. h'1
j l lbs. eaehor be .1..1 .rr.V'V :
; Jv-l : ipwaruto :|, v.
4 "I1''I':(., '411 rf thr fiee aM'r\"d \\JMloai, and virtue t IU. Sehrecj' M. \v. F. bound\ uing.\' Ithi> fiX ropes or moie, a hh\I V Kfi I j I j h..;. ':, Z.i.* ,.,.,.t.,11' (.' :,01I.t s1.."t$Ill|ji t(

1.afli, '' :\1.0 :'fllll:1 Lt.l'J 4t..l'. : :'stll lH .1- Gilt nt ;:
\tlpto.t 5-1a.1..1. i rn nu.iv.c.s n : tM J
4 Q I I 'i'" I _ VESSEL with a MiiUihle inscription, (-tj'' te tre1 .
:t 1.4 ,. t.', '1'.11u..;./.'1l be hailed! the lr: ht\'({;ioll AN O hii.iNA'cE: tic! \aluc of one hundred aiul! lilt: } col.iv! I Ior .I Uicr\vwcaj.: +iop/ed. 1Is' GoI
1 1.-ud. wf. "I t. tar :p"":.kd: haiiiurVs I .
(.l, ;I.l ;!C". that M.miii: nictitut tl.e: option ot theceensful l' 'r
. I ,. "...' "'': \t', Till liu ( LAY (.i cntuck\-thc marble To \lllcli11'\11t' ordinances to raise a revenue -1'e
. tilt Ui'' Mttl in 0'jb.M, 'ull; roil; l.r in the, City of 1'en-bcol.i, passed rand'uUte.SECOND ; 1)1'.i.*, PVJ".:/1'
&dt cCi .
j (;1ii C j5- .!'4 tho. ..):.tl.\1\. (II 131 .1strl3. Slat; : 10 v tirih, and in beauty excel.Snf.crhr 29th Deccinbe* 1S22 and iih June last PREMIUM.For : June 4thii., .. ; ?P'UO.l -'* ChiC.

. l"-Cl .. 8tCfu1..t.: the best .nlall load of Cotton in 1' A I.PA'. L ;.r'
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I : ti' ..s-it. On tra.> tii\.: "i i ;dor. and \irtiieM4n- -,- -- B(' // Qrt'cin&l l>j th Jtonnl of .-( ??'- square. or rtUPI h.e.s! say not less than I f '.Lhe, h\\Vse\ih

. Ct".1 ,1', ;,\ nys\\nl 8 l m.:; o/* /lie CVf (!.,..'?d", 'lut for the three bales to \n'i ijji Jl'O Ibs. each or uplaidStASILVniMJU I I f'i.7

tiir ; i.14 Sl.y; : /ton e.xeced tut! of Toim ,or offjJMCf ;rc.'ent1', and annualiy! hereafter, !', of tie value- of'' /. '- t.(.-.1"t. 0 :... J JJWuMfihiu
Court of VScat Florida. there shall be levied and collected on all fifty dollars! with a suitable inscription, i:::'/.\ ,:.(!,.','cr. g c/t., .,
I ..:, ., /, .,. ,. I ''J .
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Aitv; iar.ic. r< :ici fieri. ..d to thc! Tiroinas lln;l.bii: T\, y virtue of a (leva. houses and lo's.the prcpcity of persons or that! sum in money as preferred.The "--'. j"?'.. i tt cf* GC'/iv*0.isroceries .

: b ". .}I' I >a.sr erect
.: Fori i'til't'n i:()\\ Lor'ta t.fhtr! \\caUh, A'oxamleT! I .ove flo'dt'J HOII f-ctitiCH fnr; of t \. cn' \.-:\ cents vn each one hun ncl a comihit to exam'tithe: rot-

1..H..t .4i l.'(', \ atj-i o die i's. '/(,,',-';': v/.'H'> '!.!,,! dollars ("ft tIC value thtreyf. ton, ami fward thc pixrr.intb is expected ,

. Yet, s. .II.' v hil.Jt} t hcit.co; thy wia: }. in the u'jove ('w;", in .(!l' at the ,.Mily t"II/I, Si-. 2I1. lie furrier Ordained, That I ; that siilsj-'Jitctory: : ::sn: ::lIl C will be Bar", t',. sp'-c (.';r -

li.ill: explore] I f li': ', Of'ths I "II"U, ( (flj-PP, J "Icd/ on :houses and lots, within this: city or given by even iiulivu'.ua! ciCl'mo for either .JI @ 4 .1,., .t" h) .', .; .".". rll t!..rl"tt'f. & ':;

; t Her: I Ua ''njr, la I hll a-t, her rontcmj.l; ; / a-c"'''! /v .rllil /'"',/'c iictii.n front of it jnrisliction, claimed or ('.\ ned by al) tli.it the lot of cotton pro-meed: is P;};: ,r 'W,;U ". 6 c'gul !

I -l ..li. i.o <>!er, I\the .'('zL', ."'t,' ,:'} .ha ciiii cf f.-ixnc.ln, per.-on or persons, not reading1 tliercin, the growth of his own ;plantation.F. : :} '":'_"' rtrtttl5In.,tJ

: 1\1(11' l.r :...Jlhoii.IH loud t.iuul intii.;. I 101 'l'u'lf'JI //r' o/.* t//! o/ tc '('' il".r' : tlKTcsliall: be lerieel ami collected a tax 1 jl., A'Wiet.N. 1 5 ha: r.'I:. Ir.af ..-oar; ,

4L ''. ..-.<- ; c.t tf\iocktif'r; fcslty the j'llj"i.riuZ: described { ;-i !'::ity-iive centson each one hundred ] I. Allen 100 h.."e> 11'.1' ..1'. :iL, :.....d cider

l'ol'lIIItl'; sons rihiiig' fttt o'er real estate, viz.Arpcns. I cJHars cf the alue thcl eof. 12 Lairclscociis, ,
-.. SH'. : d i 2_>t further Ordained That 1.- B.
t'ul.ind) !, f : > V Lt' Kelby, --i -

"U iiile (:i'iiins .slu.il: k3t1kVaIOUI; L..I'sloI.QOO,:. ..(. of LandM ? I {',! :.!1! I 'au \ti-s, Phys-iciaiis; ; and: persons ;.los. C. Ktiyhcr:: j1.oJ-i''h'ri J
) ; ';it under the: J L l 111(
('4,13e.1)d;, :'V''L.r. "Iiltflrd '" /.5't:11/ CUlmlll. if'- 1 oill.ng; <-v appointments: geeIM'Id t'V .,

4 z While \"11'1 Ill' fol,:II; s'ubIctll; J..i' powerful .;" t.11 tl.t ', ., 0tl..,: 1't'u. I i or temu.rial J governments, except ]i'. Pa.sijslin'. ,
1 tai American
o-1 \V."I il, ., ,. | notaries public :justices of the p( .ce,. ca'ts,
TL'II if.i. Itn J:1"6"1110 i-r: 1' I\id.I! Per. 'lcob, 9th Au -ust. Ib"-*.-2.1-if.
1 do. iish
Mn b.
And JkHt1l1a'1'; :1 cl'> s" e .les iron,
-, . Thy: : p/ou.i hal'.i!! e.f scier.ee thall' ,(,'nr! I V... ..' cs.:tI/'UI'I'"lll./r', 41:?,' Qlld "Ii,', and eohccteu a ta: of five (IcIlarS .. (u tom House, i'ensacoki, 5 Imndlcr.f.hcctd7.
'. '!lh.I Jteit huh,: fJl''al1u ti Th .t
I ( :
fo:::1 11.(-;" rasI :, i ///./.' i- Jf.ivf.nt t'fttffiit'it ill Jit.i.t'.f Jt'I1U. I July Ifith, 18 4. 5 to. t-c.r.!
I H : And folly bliull! ty! before V.icJoin's bright! .. .mi.' l1-.hti'foj! L'tb.. G.,1J the tit! thue! !.!'alt be ;ieued and collected ei: ;. hj .'.- 'v-,1'V'_' V 20 hfffsn-"i.as-ortcdf3df4d,4!
do"MI; the aforesaid tax ef _LI i d i.
city }
; :; a jty
I ,
1! ;t bh.ze 'f J''Ioflt( .tl.Ii'. .' tl "r I nl (II' ".'"tI..t The j I ; T'-f r2do1. .*I
: wit.'I e C(0 sat, / a mo"7ffyf { cents, '.vhich tax :,!dl( be paid by thec'.vncr To .J1lc.l8ter8 of I'eafiela after rounding ,
J14v : 'hile ;.'cs and natioi'.s, Fame's trumpet t mre.tfierty : : thereof. 1DO:: doz. :'t nivcsid fork'?,
-eeii .''" tlu' /'".' '/ (/";'/ f'. th"Idal1ttlg: cr owners
ti.ali I > : : Ji
M TartarSIIK Pl1!. 2'J (lo. Per. and
Si.c. 5tii. Hiit);:/-.' .':' Ordained, lut pocket ;::iTC5
1I1'. I..J.V i '
hK.\J. ) >i.
Ami laurels: thy 1hho\irs sl.all! crown fiii
v- I ; ..:.J do. PacUocksG
the ; I taxes mentioned in the 3d Co'.lcclor: hss fixed a lamp at the
.L'anIl If. P. pir.M'.ii
i; : Tl..\ s..r.: hiij.l! :lu-jui low to liiut EUC: and'ah of h' Jd ec'.ion: :l. .flhs Cust.n-lloue wI' Ii ,
March 2yds 18".4. IJ-lmts paragraphs : cc.-ncr ( : .c
I ,-i .iA JI, ,
: : so I in.tax or. suoid canes fccr. in* ntsoncd 1\ ill be lighted every evening, for the benefit 10 do. bras caiulest-cks' ,
1)iS; themvilh; Frceelom in this
, MAItSilAI/H; ; HALE.Hicri'jr in the 5lh paragraph: 01 the s'jn.e'jctio; t>f Joe who arrive: alter dark, to 10.J., pocket b'ocki2 ,
: p i2\/tfu! iuiid!,
of; the ( dinance of the -ith cf Jut.c I.M, ci :ihetluui! to come up to the ;.rt-pr : do. p;..cnt s.i'co pans,
TljM p40.'];::( tIiir frahers in union to \ C .u r/ cHV I */ J'hrida.i'erniiial'j the 6 do: Cisl.IntiIOei: ,
-t arehen by repealed.SEC. i.v.r
-l"ijl: >, ttiurenrj, ) *, 1' unk 'ncath aiUhard t /* .
q't. > a lu 1'& '. lCI'l fzlcaL. III the taxes: on slaves, on ti-.Jdic :Ior
: iiOUJI. I ."rciiiI'i'fc'f, Jiiiis Cse1 to me dir. I and four vheei C::!::'.'',:;.. .J.u! be r.asc;: falhcmiti'Kl: : aic.or-' \;ill be tc.uul CO do. jitaLeis! ,

:- Thy. nivfes i iti iplcndcr supremely. sal! 4 cted, Li i jI I proceed to sell at Public j and coiLcteil, i:: cn.v.I...tt.. ". the "v....!..l- ;n a II-\ ct line froiu the l.ght in 2 to 5 G ,10. draw knives,

-r iJMiV:, ( Auction lor cash, at the Court r.ousc I ame of the 2'Jih! of iJcccnI: : l-JJJ, aSi t'tilOil 1?- ti" 3 boxes No. 10 cctt C1r .,

i Tliy lloa.ciai-ujiir.c: with thy Virgils 3hil! ,11ull' t'.iiscity: 0:1: I'ues'iay the! -d clay i mL..t"lef.t: : previsions: to the colitriIvtvtIiai.d. J 2 j bags shot,

. r tlH/!, of \c\ C.I\! cr r'cxt, between the li".rs or .."... : .". ". p--u; ctn ; 'i 20 kc bl'S i powder

. ,\ :7L! thy"! Moorcs and thy li\rons shall ten A. \. and two P.t.. the follownproj.eru :: -,- !I .' !I...( -l'). ..'..t1 l: !' .'r ii./.1"1' (: riltil-z2if, I .I .It" ..Ii.10.:1"

4'i: : ; :j i !.l!:.' sl.i.j! e, VJZ :-one I half! cf I tot Kf.: 2-l'::I. ,, ..,.I', .l" .. '. .l.l. L.1..b. Ii. '. llun (if t' ".ilC ( 11t"r' :',- I 1v-f ( Tfl -" m m I1itj Goods

j i I Of l'&Ss iii-v 'Oi 1 ...I\. 'r ; in this Cjly, a Caig -i;i.'itc'lto.i:] iiie tiett ,; I.: ".c.." IiiL', (..tji ., VLVCt. IA.bcr, I .. 22 ..."..,.I c\ L 9T I/ ,

I JInl'"A. ,!. :.: .1.1. .\ :"; U r\\ here s'ftIt ,I K-jil.iv lu t..e sprjiij;. ai .
'-4 s-,4e;( .. h.1 :l., i 1. fij Air. ,!o'm .;.r1-sj--u/.U 8.j .;!; j I: "r' \ .1"
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I by .ket l h.l'.i
; I i i, Il'; (.i : : tIll'IJl' selil (;'.:- P_. dirt! 'e.t from IWvYuk, nn ;l;: ;tml to .5 r'.p VV t 1" *.".
-' tu 1\; : ; it ecu.cs' it mounts to theUUs I j I"ur;..)oii-. .' i.."I.und :..1' .::.1. .\ v.vi". 1'.;,." ; elel] !.'-":I,: I.-. .' .:l.i; ai.IY/' their lull uul enlueKVHJJ th, f imer supply oi! Looks, among) which S 1;, T. '.-:h.o .. f ', ;> j..ir _;',
$I' .,... '. f.-- .. ,.; ..1 t-Z of
I I 4 duII.l i ji 1'.I : 'II i : .t. ; C L-ut.ul.. !
t are the foiiovvii., : ::1-, ill'. l..t1. r "
Yi'biii ld.1\:T v.Uh heavenly ruj.tuiv,1t1 I IJ |I v. -ijclj: will sv.M .s.ti.'.!' ti.is c.tcu- I "
/> 10 y Iatlci \\c'AtttLec.utturafSGrerly:I V
I : : >on St. 4 i:1- -\< V-I 5.? .
L t $., ,> tijn. I /; :! 1 Medical Practice, I ., I'-Z. 1. .. V'5 *.*. T.".'dr" Kfi
.i.jjvtU'rs. A.J.t r
.' i l"I",,.".. I .'" 1'1 ... i-t i :
-' 4-K-C fo. t..1 r. lie Mur.n'.t f.r.iy: hour, 1'Y'T. ',1'1'\\: '. :, fJr'L I .1. VJ !i. .J ; .. kjM
i'rai.xlMk's I .lourney, to .i.. i .; r ic??, I ,.".,.1..>...
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& J !'t, I' .. .j .I'' (.I/ :ar.en. &I.
Fn I/I.tt s .jl./r :'.;ic wtul 1 mere :-.I .tl4X.HI...- \r. r. .. "" .
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iI. 11 t;,:,, 01 ''OJ''. July ..', 18-4.-IT- I j..i &III. I:, V ; ". ,I '\: :, '. :1 .fk.Iot. : t:.
. ,. "- 'D'iih.'iI"fI' i .jlt1)lI b iv th fnv> tl.,1' I ,I I _______-i p.-A,J-V.i; -\1I :.-.T rt :J j'V'. _ _ .P. ,h-J's :,ue1n. ......ia r. iic :crC' I -:. .;VVV.V.S.i > ',. .. ,.. .'. -. ". .. .'10 .

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Czvfrnoi'c/i \I1f'ed.t.. -. I S V V V
1 1 'r I I.'J ; I; 'm t3.f ;.
-: : Y* hi'u; j: itjjm ''S lei;n, :it I hi.s r.od, shull J '.S r"S i \f '. ''I''C' *v\_.1 a 1 "l'I I tic 'it 1'1.ifFbJrivI.. II I II :illili "- .:.; ').'rdl" Mi' A'' !'.:. "'J'n' :.1.i t .,. ., J V:! !. 4g.j_ -t .1.5 c j V.I.a t1S r '

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: > < tile's -1'1'{ .11' ; .J > .b JAAI4. I fy'-arlotie'-I IK :' :c 't' ,;t. : ..1'-' t..1..' 'J : :'rr. '10'.1 .a1lt

1* M I'rouu. MP n,t-rrr :. i.tfl tilt,1 ur u': play 1- C \ MlilI.OUX'IV) : COU11T. Q\ ;,. ,I L..d.\'J.1.: p'.ri.n.: t.l'it. :, c, I Humr..i \ii\.eu M.LeCiiCU C; Anrc."lot e S, t-:;.1'. ... .'.4.....h.,..-.. ."V' :. ( .. t \ .<"htC .J'

il JJrV .'(-".. -U.J, .'4&hlIi.I..I-; I 11-S. ..4.\),U....... .V.A ..c.i. .. I l! J'of the Lt': isL :,'c {'(h.I il cr tcl'iiii : I I .e .V;>.-.:*.-. r.cion 'l:\. h't-',,, J. ; VVI! II"' .; \t'l. .&, SV .' I--

lIers.T. Uo i-c 1 a4. .jjo?:"-to frceclciin .;. (-.fl. fa. .tlry of fiol'jew, :ppl'onc1 th 2 tlt'l I.. 41' ; A...:3'.. Vo \ ....;,' L.'Vu.x. &'i.s3 t,ufci t I ._ ";... .;. '. .. .) .
' Afr iU.l !- day of ,1ntie, IH :; ( :ml ,, .- t i'itcl. tofk.S .. .... ., .r.rJ... ..
| .1. \. '.. Bc 1.da.! 5 !Isoncrs t.n I ;;\ \, : .hi;, ; !; :.:. '. V .l' I. L..t : ". ,

r< ;" *3 Vvl.lif; thy --ti,. ]l' .shtii I! he ua'lcd 111'0. ]'- "; ... \irle (;f this crrcert'on, 1 r-l'.all pro3 appointed: to :;-.h-ct the n.nst eligible .:I'i I n. :1..1:. :t'}'. .10. ,," .._". .,.., .... .to :. tt..r't.. : 1.......t'' t L & vi.- '.-- .' -. ,
.. t 0.'<' :.\, It i i tite, I 4' : com eir.t-nt situation for the- seat ot orniv.ei.t \' .V t.. U..f.' 'Vi
'.! .: 1i'ld, p-t-s
: ,. ,
I c; ,ti:, .e51 icr .,.t..I" 1, on Tut "day! ; .t:t.: : : ; ;H : : :
t Ar.t. lu. r biiiik-s. : I111! -\' pjoiiii< i'.. 1."l"-.4''C'C.\"i I V : 'II. .t, at 11 o'cloe'k I! f of thtt T-rntory. I'lcrub., ;UI.M! I, ..'...., _. V! -JV.-b;. l,"I ,\"1\'. J.. ..:t",', '. 4t M..t. .' '... r.. I cV

: .. cheer.Some A !.:. M. ..:: Ci t ioic in 1'en-sacola! the said: Commi siohei-s have repoteJ: to !i ""', :sk! ; i'ii.; .\'(>.: tp.f-iiirGS, tr i .. ., .., . t1t1: t they have selected a sciU i it.tilM .. .., .OtI... ...... . .
: : hcjjvbornjcni i5hcv. scon ma} .1.' (. .;...,.. ". ; :hcit 2tLl 1 .:..l\ ,.. .. \n tiii j -)- -. 1-tIbY' '. ....,1'1. .. ( : -.St' 0
M \> i- hnd lii-. I ht11a: t .fp'I"acclb l ,'.t.1at. County ty(1arIs(1L.o, 'It'l ttHl ";.')0'.t :, :,lIlt l lsodtlnveht :' I'..ti.!V:..,:'..,". :0 S 7 .,:.!( 'i. -.,..,*.I tU. .I. -..'"--...,.,,'"I "/ ."., ,I .JoJ r I'C' :_.. ". ,. t.... .1. '.V,." '_ 4 at ::|
k:1;: .' tlic: march: of from the oIl tic-"cited 'L-i ts i I'.f" ,). .t..r. ..i :.ctt
.i Like { : 10., vhcse p- ( o- IJ :. ; 't" ;;. ,i.t'. .Gr.u.l ;.t > ; ;.t.
'I'i ;' t i'
; cd oi'' iviis.rtj'a. Ha :.0. 10 .nd bounded ;
1 } .
.: 'i I TaL.htsc! about a hal mile 'itii i tht-' I 1 li.'. '.
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IV : t. n. s j & .C.
; : f ''.' I .
; t Zt-t t y ;: uam Si'urey, 'est I by U.oha- : ; O 'c- .# .,.
; .r Anuihi1.\l"i Si''C', unJ leaves torrcuts, be- roith Oke-ioek-o-\ " \ t'e-r. I .
ill .1.1 r eiio, lu uissu.; si (
1.,; 4; C hind,' ir'i>tin the huho feet HI-.J: lee \' l'lC lHe OIl 1.r h tll'(, ,(: ., .:.t, 1"11 '; .sctzi.et.c J.'. 't. .::.. f -.'.tt < T.i, Ii. f J J c..'i. U "- .,i.. o .. t' arit;

t;!I: .' 1 *7'a-( /<;r lUn'oiit nc'enr.s in red: aiclllJt=: heei levied by deep sected btt mai tta'inr.inai... .>.otuL.vard-. I.*. .- \I' J : .01. ',".. '' 'I' %"V .' *. ':'....1'. ...': *.-.;"'. I : S : C. z; J 1." ; .v .* 't t1."rt.i
-j : is ; upon and 1 \\ 55Jbe l\'." In hOc '\ec-.e of the! d.su J .... .' .... :. ,.. I".tt
; sold to the aforesaid -/n in '-\ :. -m'i ; tll.p :..: .. h. ,1. 7V: ,:. .: 1 ( :( "? **' "*.1.: *, \.*
.. :, ". ',"t""t"I'' l and cost. .satisfy execution me vested i,y t.nsa.d; ; act, and .'
: ; : lorniati'.in (j 1 tiu tqo ul !people ot iii-: T crrtory t i I n, 1".t.J .L.\.. I'c: :! h:' :: ; 1'. n' ''! v If nierri

,,. I !, '\T. Davisnn.i 1 l.ate: thouint proper t,) t :uv. :i ini I\> I I.A.ot t'( .-l.or.l.ti' > ': '..C'C I'Ill'":S, -Le. .';...., 1'. .,.,........ ". ., ......" V U

4 .' 4 .b" j Through Iailtl native uocul*, 0'Cl' 1 his: : ls. County.s1i:7's } l'rnc uliniation, rCl'l.liJ.; the ...1I1)! ert -> it-i II'I.'5 :.i; l. (':.1 ; .: ll.il.", V V c .--5 'J'1. 'i .' ". ..oJ ...i44.
" JliOHIItallH of gld ( the Lcjfisiaiuc-v.'ounril 01 tiu-) Terrtor. 3 '.' vooL 1 lit V
'" i Ojj/cf. 7 < .1.*>utc//., Mu r.'s ?:r..it rui 3'i It'c.a' %
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V'Jiile tile tl'pes and the SlfiVare : I .'lllt-usl..I/t. luJi-22-Imts.Shcriii'5s of Florida; to iis.sLii.ble at the scite shove 1 do. Lc-hc.; .11 ..'.'..lr nnI jtlfcWS! .
i'hdl.ps (:H Ic.--. : lB.
"' his dread. I .lescrihi-d, oiMhtMiavannu'iited: hv Ki\\ J cLe .. : '
V --- ; idv\.iViy! ; i pi o u: : vru u hI.Cy..w.-
i # --V ;';LudVCcfs.e': : : .
:' RIft vhi'e; Pientv nnd} Peace shaH o'tr'::. ; Sale.KSCAVIUA for tile ie.t s,'ssitm tne'reof.ii.rtii "i oher's .:,vv t:1. l.! :ki o.i.O ;N-, :;t.L! ,.
t I ilo-.v under :1:) hand and the 4 I dovlers! L.-n tc'g.' < ,, Ga C 7".). ."
\pur Kind, HIt: c'cti cjs* < 'f)s' -IK: i t..i'.t-s 't:..?. .
"NVhilc .cai-t&g and Virtue: shall: walk J..-is'jI .)YO 11CR. seal ol i he said T<:rrtory: at I. B: :lOp :Ii.r/ne on Li..arshd's i:-..;.tI ., .1.. "j'.... ," J ,;, L.... .. : c'utt.n i i.'H., ,. .111..0 1

hand} in hand," CuU.VIY COL'IIT.in. V 1'cI.cLi. t.ctl1! ..Lvof FriciM :.11 ii h i.e .*;c .c. b.c.:: ; cr.-tv.l C'.'. :i- \t"ti t'c.Htir.bt

- "While U ppiuvi.s;, po.ntingto heaven A. Hell ]} uc!)., 111 t:,;: \ Ct1 oi Jar '. IIN, ,-..:-. te MUI iv.Ltil v.on..tw\. ;,naJCiW" '

I ) >:.t11! ;,tui: J, I \s. (- fit fa. :l.onl., '..:' 1ulr"IWl..l! t-s.h. ;'CtIlt'vr t n- !1- : \ :a;f'T"t' .ir h4..b-o "l5V+O5 j--c.., th r''toM \\\1
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1 j nit>K n "'<:r, .M tiu mcsch Dle SIn i oimi :rcttt j I hid, C(,rro-es: r. very et'-isi'c ;.\l gvneral b..c'-hkin a.ci beavercoloured .J,1"VC5, wbt3-.
i. ;:ve \\ 0'1 ;;. )1. Y virtu*' oi 'his execution, sh.il pro- I V ai.tJo: : I !Ijdcjic.dcncc o. f assovtn.eiit of book't aiui vJl he khl; and s.i' u.prints 1iitjt1ahLtC

I T,*nk (jf lint, hrin ami true in the battlc's tV j ceNt to sill for cash, on TueMlsiy: iht* the Uii'tt-d! rjtatt-s of Atherita sold .tlltc Ne \-\\.rk prices for ca Ia-1 ( v?. 'bLck iitii ttt\ **-Hi. Its'/I""*'*

t l COIIl1.! '(P, ?t1t ilayofOctober: at 12 o'clock, at the S ti.c iortv ('i. J JIy .hthl.w ( '
I. "Who ;ecu t'cl I all \our nghth, Loth by Ian> couit house ill Pes.sacola, the folnvir! I ILLL\H 1.V. DUrA L.hraries fuiniihedHie n.ost libera.levins \i nt me. cclouied tlortJ( white *

.. and \i. \ <.oeai', ucsciibed proIHry.j..j.Two / : ; the Governor, and such }iooi. as are OJ'.l('l'ld :Uti black Jt .L: n crapes, white; tUiCpriged l"
; j" Oil think or i'isOeen! patriotic devotion ::: i (,..tI. W 'L'ro, I .. mulls leno 4-1 vnd fi4I "
; Lc2 one .1O3Y'.frame bii Mings0ieethy : are not on hand. will be procured v\iih as ujid ,
4l! Tlfn.K. of 11.11 SJl.\'& '(.\; (jlul) 's.pJ'IJc1 .p --i. 2: l 7U, -ititttt-d on }.'J Ho: I h'ec'ry 1.1-.1'of Florida.T.'arch little delay :.s po-shit.! ( 'des iron a I, iatii> l boo!;, 4i ai.d G-i cin.b.rJCSj 9-S
. I son.OU 1V: illr.l 1 inana stnt, No. ,11J7, tltrec'v i tt. distance uili be :A (pi'0tplly attendetl to, i, eonet fls ciitic-n, hnc'i thriatis, '*aiJ t

I F ;i I : th.i.k too oi him, who with; pa.tr.otila.r.e : : opposite the :IISIQII mat" ofir. JiJ i/-c J'resitkat nf.thv Untied Steles. and! meet with the tame hbvraJity as :l i: ana culo-.ired linen cal.!. rico c;)i br.c .

) ; 4.r. i.* It \ C.'I.- tBO: *;onz: ii-s, and n-nv occup'.el -- 1 N pursuance of law, I JAMKS MOMIOK, 1 evsonal application. uwn hand dch.l.f.s, cliiusi!: -!, te.i

t :; j To IIi nU.iiltl' elevojed his life, and. his by Mr. J 'tm's Pi-ndl.Miii', usa blucl.- .1. I'resV.cnt of the United btaics, do \V. liascll Hunt. i broideixd and LJemv.ark crap? W' al

v_ 1 luc, smith's; shop. 'I l>esebuhn: 's are situ t.1 hereby proclaim-nd make known, that : nhcki! ; vesting :..Ut.fts, f1hiCk

I c A conniy stdl |)roud ochs Al11' and h'.s; il l upon --round leased of !lr. C. (;01.\- a public K.Ie \vill be hf'ldt the town of colouied Lvn.h:'.zcttl':, omb..zli1tS rJ p

; -, Name, !ics \vnicti cspiiv.i in a few mouths, but it J'ckslJ" the seat of government of the AN ORDINANCE, lin and .*
t ; It uah ; ..*.VA7/.V; the learned and is understood: the lease nil be rt'nc\"td I state of Mississippi, on the f-st Jloiulnr To preventjicifiie from bathing In ClOt i. &iulru..i haiulkcrcffi: I: 11

i : :! ...''4'. ;.i.J upon'l''Y t-ivoraolc:: terms. A'-ixed i at i in Jtecetiibernctt ibr the disposal of the time und red strouds, -hroAii lineii*, *c'
: : the suit afores-'ucl) id will 50ii- -- -- Land situate in the following described tile day front of the city.
I It was he, wno from, JJriiuhi an empire :: be satisfy ALSO,
t; '% J I has siiorne, t'n'u execution. low nshiMs: and fractional townships in the -ri;J: I: It or.taincd;: by the 1'ourd of Aideri5 9 caskr Cl1t1.d.V und Hardw3rt', ,

: : 1 ./1. It v.as lu., u ho from t\ rants their scepti \\r tll. Davison district (,laivls, ceded to the United Males men of the city cf Pensacola, that 5 iJ"t.: ".es J .iVcrpoi 1 s'V. g t..J* '

:' j 1 hut torn, by the Choctaw Indians, viz: from and a'ter the seventh claof June 1 Ca.k sLic.il'Ol.ISj
4: V Sheriff! i-:. C'otuitV.Sherjp East cfllie Meridian KM cnvrcnt, no shall bathe in fi ont ci
. J Who from Juiuven's own--lightning-: ter Qftce l'cl.lf''Jil. nftfie of person 5 cuuen fl' ing- pan!,
'_ JJca I Rh' the city during the! day time: lutwe'othe
ror his borne ; ( r. ; ; 3 (a. k wl'ethan' hue ", .
i : i' ifl 4r/j, la l-23 Imts.Marshal's .
Fractional Point Verducant and the de luAg'tuula ,
I Oh! hud him; 'till Time's latest townships layou 5 bundles ire and nair Iev !
: : page. Ncs. 14, 15, 1C & 17 of : and tile viobtiujj this ordinance cotton o
j: ) And iorg.-t not the patriot solder; that l fell ranrre Ko. 4. any 10 boxes Uiuttcmoie's
t: ii '_Hid tile shouts of tC'ictor: luc Sale. H, 15. 16, & 17, 5. if a white person or free, cliall No. 10.'

h -t .: ULlI'b ;olld swell, canTo Sujvriir Court ll'cst l-'lorith. West liftLc .ILriAan. line of the CLoctaio pay.a fine of two dnllara', or in default I' 7 bundles spades,

f of his 2Jitrrt.Township.. thereofshahl work at the public works! of 3 tons hollow ware*, .
a vs J>ges I proud story tell Joseph M. While, ) ft virtue ala writ
o ,
3_ 'r J Amlnis matchless achievements I vs. '. :.. .: this city eiu'Iit duys, or if a slave, shall receive 7 do.Swcdcs( and AC'
is & record GfflC2ijctz.* to S:. 8-9, 10, Jc 12 of lashes unless the shemia
:: ; Henry.Potts, directed. range No 1 ten owner 1 do. (ieiniai steel,
3 me in th-s;
I : : Of 7,8/y, and 10 2 pa) a fine of one dollar. H'J inji '
Bunker cotton
youngAnitEy. on who sunk case, I shall proceed to sell at PU1JL1C p.cccs bsg)
i V 7 H arid9
_? :; vvah the SCMII J F. II. Nisbct 500( cods bale
AUCTION for cash, in front of the Court ? rope,
: :: Of. tO. TGo'ounr the bold, en the crimson J It-use. in the. .City: of Pcnrccola. on tile J. Taj: of the .Mcriuian Line of the Choctaw P'eiclem .110111'of. JIderzncAz.June 25 bas coil (\
t ". u Ihstrirt.. .. al !
dyed pLin, I&st ucstUiy in January next, --- -- I 4th 1824.-Approved, : 2 cases London rmstarc ,
t :'Ami of tnoubunda Iieroes Townships 1 do. c\ 'nile pepper, .
, ,d I "- stiearned amain, whose blood I I ,.f .,; 800 .Arpens of I No. 7, 8, 9, .10, 11, 12, of ranpe No 1 P. ALBA, hyor. 5 (lr. casks} sweet ,.JLtg..wlaeV

il n: ii 'JI"'f The lands reserved by la'.v for the }Ii-"o
our Freedom use I'oxci uiul deiiiiJohr.AOKllu
% ::
.. .. I was scaled bv :: > ::;: 1 D ff schools!
or for other HALL GUN POWDER.rfflHE .
.. UicJr : 'ol'', :: i :- J'l"' I purposes, will be : Duxes spe-rur. camlles,

: All )Jiail ta the excluded from the safes, winch will commence Subscribers! for the lu do. s\\c.fi oil?,
1 CUISJTAIS, who Irm/, ,, oil the E .cana ii Hirer, where the itig t:. with the lowest agents pro-
: /&H aided, camlJ.a CI'c and
4 Laurels townships, range, and will proceed this powder which has been STORE
Yr'hote highly
: pfyouihinhis] age have buildings and appurtenances thereunto in rcgutarnurnerictI AND IN 1'e r
rs i 1 not f faded, belonging, taken as the property of the Given under order approved by all who have used it, and is Cognac: brandy peach bran(1)'i: r. J
i Who set his own Guttia, by tyrants dc said Poits, which will be sold to satisty Washington this my at the City _of confidently recommended to purcnascrs j I r.tlc and dry. 3!..li 'a. w&re pvpr. -< jI
fifteenth .
i day of July, it is warranted equal if. not ot ,} '.
., ,: bl'aJed, this writ :tiid CJ"l A D. 1321 < superior, mer.to, \viskeySu.Vhyson! !
t, :: -_ William Sebree any made in the United Statt.s, and ,Far :{ and Ktrnpouelcr'tea, line t:1b" .
: All ntic and Pacific S JAMES MONKOE. above London Tower Pi-oof. 'For sale 1 small! boxes for fan.iiics, wraplll V
the :
I ', tlJJ' 4tiw". .l/m hal ft. Florida.: fly President: by V &c. &c. for sale br '
p'f t
i : 11 August 20th, 182.1-24--1alllh. j':O. GKAIIAM, A. STONE & F. II. NISBJIT. Stout & .>" I
: i : Commissioner
i I : I J of the Gen. Land Office. 100 kegs just received

I J Sept. 17th, 1S24.V .


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