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Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: October 9, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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. fITCR AND I'ROPRIITOR, of, 'IIr Pearce, whose contribu- the neighborhood 1 of swamps. and The lemon, lime, bergamot, citron -: foliage: a change of seed would j '. .
Pzbf:< :titon IidoH:1"Ji in ad.n' su t evidence of his lands .called sensible of cold than the ,
.';.;Il'I. v- $ a year compe- Swamp property so orange in the crops of this ;rail. ) ', 1,
r. ; tlreriisements lines inserleu dl Ore tel1<..}:,:(fb decade upon the subject ; under the several disiinctiois of ,and in the northern situations require The sweet potatoe, has been 2 ,1 ; '
-. j0iar;fir-t! for Insertion, every twelve-each suusequentInacr; or ijmlerfbihe '- it appears that the general basis of j I tide, river, and inland swamps( more::;attention to aspect cultivated: in a variet. 'of soils, and J 'f:'
Fifty Cents.! the country is of secondary 'limestone 1 form the least extended .class. of than "peninsula.\ i its mense produce may 'be estima-. '
.:.t>a 11::saoC; papers twch'c,and a half cents. ; a fact of much importance! our soils. 'The soil is geiierally The: bitter. sweet orange tree is ed at '250 bushels, to'.th'e acre: in
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', -.--- -- .- -- as regards agriculture,and o- saturated water, boggy, indigenous, in many size and flavour it h.n way infeI6r : I
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I-- n region of this formation not only I ) excrement, interlllif, r'vi.th i is not surpassed equalled lJ}' any : : *. ,' '- .r- t
Prom fir tiast 1!oritL' lIll' lJ. may a productive surface; be expected clay or calcareous malterf sometimes ; of the orange tribe It is pleasant -;The com'tee1,!:a farinaceous root '. .
..,r The commiuee (If the Agriculaial but beds of minerals, and I resting uponr sand, then 'a t tI wholesome, and umcitive; .analogous to' ifate arrow root', ,,'

'yi Society to, whom was assignIi metals* may also be ,sup )(ose( to I gain upon marl.: These lands, require -. and hangs: oritihc tree in''pcrr ct'prescl''atio:1'ne.al'fy 'viefds a nutricious i nical itf" greater :
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,. ) upon the exist ; of these indeed there are i to be drained to the ()ttom.' a year alter. al.taining .abundance' that tire latter, 'nnd., I
eRriru .. Ural capabilities and pros- sufficient indications in the numerous '1';;.e) occur;at the sources and along maturity. "' h glows'wild' to the'Mouth of St. Au-' : ;
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J ccts.of .hc Terrhorj ; beg (leave mineral springs, .sulphur, and the borders of our risers arid 1 hesour orange tree, is also ustine.; This together with .'a J
(0 su:)arit the following summary, chalybeate, which arc found in creeks, and norunfrequently Adjacent indigenous, and 'abundant 'In tliVterritory I :species' of native 1)z'' : t
ducii contains all the informa- '!1T{ .rent'parts of the cotlntr to the low hammock. ; and being'0'1'a hardy na-!' :nips re nluch'used'. by thenegroesantT'Indians. f f
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.iOl: they are enabled to, c tllect for East Florida, if considered as The savannas or prairies are u- tunis, frequently raised near I he* : I
r.e )I'rsrnt upon the subjects re- bounded on the west h)' the ,:;river I liformly flat bearing but few sea cost. as a protection fur the ; The' Banana has brought its +
reed lo lhen. Apalachicola, comprises an arena trees: with a dense growth of long sweet orange groves against, ga.es' ruit to perfection on the planta-; I
In Baking a view of ,the agricul- of about thirty miUion>,of acres ka n'd grass. Lying a little below of wind. The jUiCi,' has always ioiY'of General Heinawlez at :Ma- : I
oral capacitation and prospects of land and water, al1tl\ t(cling the genera levelin rainy sea- been an &tide ot'export: and the anzas, 18 miles to, the south of Au"j, ,
'1 jf tile cO'1nlry.its climate, and the therefrom one third for water, sons they are subject to the depth peel might also be made at
harlictcp; of i its different soils, leaves twenty millions of acj-es''of of a few inches. The soils of the of commerce in this country as ill tve pine apple has been raised in St '! j
ylH First claim awentltm.Ityst lands e5f various dt' cl' pti )ns- great; AUchua savantfj .'1.{ ;',;Il-'il'4| Enru1e': 0 .. ... ., '" Augusiine' "rith the' assistance of ; i ;
i loi'ifa0; which this rr.Ol'tj The largest class of fncsi' consist of Okli Wdhai and, Dutfj! rTlake, are The olive tree like the orange:,' ,:a wall'in the open ai.S bmc specimens ) t
) | has Delusive rcferrencc, is" "bfpinc lands of varidus desc i ip-I co)posed of sand .and vegetable rises' 36* feet find ramili s to- about of'he date palm are growing .' ,
jrojifrly!, livisable into two cli-. 1 lions-the next division of high mould and bottomed qn clay, and lhesame. extent. Us quantity oi'prochice Ct.n St. Johns and near.S*. Augustine 1
natt's, tropical and, temperate ; and low d hamn/uck-te'llird! oi' Mutanzus on marl.Ve have no we can cmy' ascertain & the whole of ibis exunshe -:
he demarcation ol'ingprl lty ac- swamps, and the fourth 'uf sa van as no-es of sail of the other savannas, lf ra the iehi of the trees ins anti.valuable family of In es f
:uritely; defined by' the parallel I of and frrsh .marshes along the riu- which abound in all the values of Franci-where it produces horn. 13 wuuld undoubtedly flourish in
jtiltule( 29 degre ;;.,,,the southern' ;ills of the rivers. trio t, rritorv ; but from their "'0-45. bushels The olive rees in Florida. .
fly{,;on of peninsuj u'eing) seldom Of the plain I I lands the soil i j is lat-ity of situation we infer a rc'emblanie die country are few in. number, i iud 'To these may be added,
cl'\'ad'f( l by the cold! N.V.. winds, composed chiefly of s.ili<*iou, sand, I i in other refTpert-s, withthe 'have been neglected! during i the orchard tree?, of the United: '
su ommotta the southern states) with some admixture of vegetable i savannas enumerated.: They' the time of the Spanish govern Stales and the j.rcduitions of the 4 t
frn the influence and warmth of mould jesting either on mail: tn a aclar. an fertile, and m \IIof them sus-: ment. A few at Mosquito are sur- kitchen and flower gardens, all )l
uf'suiTOuncftng!' gulf. In this re- Those of the: best qualityare repiible being drained by tin. souiuied by a rival growth ol oilier : of which flourish here in a conge }
.riun frost is of rre occurrence, characterized by the occurrence mi ic removal of the vegetable obstructions n l': ic trees aU maintain Uier nial soi!. t'
tn" that to a slight degree, andn'lh of red oak;. 'hickory intermixed ( wi ich back the water position wnlioul having degenerated. i We cannot'conclude this cursory '
:' this exception the climate is : with i the 1 prevailing i growth. upon them while) others lying in Ti is tree b at s fruit in 7 view of the country without .. I.
'VnviLr\ to that of the West Indies." !- if pnr.l1d': excellent! paslurageof the neighborhood of w:.tti"o'urs'- years from UK sup and in growth noticing the advantages. it possesses !
3 that part of Florida, Iavi.njj natural grass bi-lon- cs, could be easily drained into the and longevity "u resemoles: the orange -- in point of [pastJr g('. The ;
<*[rill of the demarcation referred Thc next ilea'ripion which pr;'- I I latter., tree.Several persons art now raising of cattle and horses, was '
o, frost occurs annually in Jaiiuiiv vails io a great c\tcd is:\cliaiictensed 'A.'iiorst) the productions of the. votiig iiieiral'cniiuu' to its propagauon conducted with great success, 0 i
And Fl'ul'uuhut' seldom ccn- by a grovv.th. of the long territory o *** the black seed or sea is- l iirtiiis: countr; In tur'upv both by the Indians-and white inhabitants ; I
inaes more than; three Y Jays with\ and abort I Luved pine, vita. an undergrowth I.m.t land' cotton holds! the first the olive is ranked next 10bieiifl previous lo the recent '., '
utOrmissions of a week o'r' a' fort- of the !grasses, whortleberries rank. For this nulture the little as an article ol* necessity, troubles of the province: : the rt-ttle .., r
.i i''iit ; it sonn'tiiies occurs earli- ijall-erni's! and other hummocks: and} the pine lands and its value can'.ot be too highlyapptccialed raised in ih: Savannas 'wets so remaikably -
'rsLiul later, but the instances are shrubbery and near ihe SC: by the ;iicivi 'Ureu.jm fefed. The stable wncre we have ouch fine, that General J xck- + .
.ire. The climate is generally saw palmetto. ti line: ,1 din \'a h:. it rivals the "i'xiciisive di.trlctsdaPtcu to its son when in .tht' country had a sclected 4
.hal'a( terized by a great'equabilityf Another 'description- those :liesi (Jrcorgi!: i* sea island. Uplands; cultivation. portion of them conveyed "
) temperature, maximum of suni- lands has the ,surface thinly clad of 200 tbs.j st ave been produced The palma christi or castor oil to Tennessee, to improve the stock
ncrheat, 92 in the shade, and thtjrcstcst i with pine, scrub oak and grass, tin acre, but with the usual casualties nut tree or shrubrises to 12 fl et. on his farm, in that state. \
\ change 8 in 24 hours i A .' with occasional patches of sand the average is FSO 1Thl'/ : Many fields of it are planieti, ou\ .I Fertility of soil is not, as we all lt I
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orrc( t idea might be forpie.l (Jf' exposed "i'he/e are also some casualties 1 attending this culture I we cas.not arrive at a correct estimate know the f ny! sou TIT oT 1gI ?crdtu- 1
:,',1l' prevailing mildness of the di- : districts called scrubs, very poor, are-b catierpillur, red bug, and Jfis produce until the end ral prosperity[ : inanuiing an-1 good e
note, frotn the fact, that while i covered with a growth: of dwaii f r occasional extreme in droughtor olthe year. il is generally rateu I. hu han;r}' are also ess\.ntiaJ, and ) I
yt ll e trees of 20 years standing, oak, myrtle, prickly p--ar,, &c. gales. The caltcrpiliur, has at 25 bushels of seal to the Cl'e. for the f" 111w," ;)osstts! the malerials -
;r\"t're killed I in New-Orleans, Pcnpacola The first and second" 'Dualities rarely: appeared'lUud the injury I ana 2 gallons of oil to the oushel.bugar in tae utmost abundance: t tad 1
: and Georgia, in the severe of pine land have heen found twin* from Hum has been partial fhe : cave was cu ith ...ll'Ul till r much of the labour of o, -!iiiar -
Irost of February 1823, the }proves very productive, bringing-' even red bug is 1Il0 tll'uuhlt'S\H11e in thepClliusuta I CI hl n C.oloUlatS.: Du< Iti s nt'.)1eCted : ., hUS:1i.1IJd'r: would be 1 lij-.iucd,
uf St. Augustine and on St. Johns, the sugar cant, and affording good and is destroyed by hard I uUdr, ti ie }a"al'zlu w ** *. *tune-- j r by the 1 loi Is c and friable t nut U 1 c of ,
)try! ; lust ll1l' leaves, and produc- pasturage all the year round, the picking. By the practice of rattooning of I the Spunb.. 0'. 0 jrniucn;. SinCe oar sill.
:fruit the same year.U'ith : tops of iln grass only being killebv a portion of the crop, the I I tne lraijj lci of t-.e counirv. '' to me Our facili'ics! for water transportal 1
}inspect to our diseases, the frost. It is believed that Florida Planter is enabled to aflecta : I1'I \ .?erica Govcinincnt, the culttvaiiou tons, ,\rtnllt supassed-in any (
he: remitting fever may be cons by the suppression( ; of I: the practice considerable saving of labour.Ujce has: licen u-aasumed with part of lie United Salts, and 1 tt,t
w 1'd as the principal cause of the of burning, which has hitherto! since the time of the British the Ouncuc and oilier seed by 'an mi r''otnmpntcatton hy meansoi t I,
mortality in the N. E. section of been so prevalent in aid of hunting colonial goveinmrnt, has notbeen various pidnlcrs! from St. Maiy's j canals may be easily afircttxlthrough
:"j'JI i ida. :The, month 6f May is I and_ grazing, both the timber and cultivated, exccniiiiK ill small f to Voinsia.. .onr.t'ue S:. JoUns.Their'teirort everv part of tlie rounlry.A t i t
generally dry :and pleasant, with I soil throughout the terntor} i fields, oj'I.. 'tie margin- oi' the I : jtiife hitherto been survey has been: ordered by the ,'
cool and refreshing sea breezes, would! be improved. swampsand: savannas. _- xonlincd to the propagati n of the general;, government, f
')occasionally' interrupted however, High hammock lands are ihose: The cultivation of Indigo has: bred, and we must wait for the expiration }' between the Su1T count ,
)y S.V.. and N. \V. wincjs. In whose comparative elevation, prevents also been suspended, although of the St iiSun to uscerta.n ?.1 al y's, with the* view' of opening[ !
lane the rainy season is expected the accumulation, of water, 'Florida Indigo has borne a higher ) the practical results! lJfthe experiments a canal between the head: of these '
(o commence, and to continue- of this denomination, we have the character in the European market now going on. The quaiilyof rivers, through the Okefenoke e
il July during which time the S. white, grey, yellow and brownhammock. I than that of the other British <';0- : the juice as ascertahud b} its stfamptlie distance nut being i
V. wind, which may be considcrd All of these produce tonics 1 spa'-itic gravity was at Pablo creekjouihelsi a more than 18 or 20 miles. This I
the most insalubrious! wind that the live oak, bay and laurel, intermixed Amongst the timber trees' of November last, 107u, would shorten and l facilitate. the + l t
bows ii, this section of the r.oun- with the-hitkory, mulberry, Floridamay be mentioned the I and at Volusia, on the 20th December -' communication: between the Western a
ryprevails for 16 hours out of 24. and bitter sweet orange. The Live Oak, Cedar, Cypress-Yellow, I 1078, thermometer 60 degrees and Atlantic States, and t it
V long continuance of this wind, brown coloured soil has been ,esteemed Pitch and Loblolly! Pine, Hickory. I ;' a degree of strength quite ,would not fail to produce great
',auses almost every thing which the most rich and lasting I Ash, Elm, Red, White, and Loblolly sufficient to warrant the belief that collateral benefit to Florida.
,o'nt'' within its influence to be- and the white the least so ; hut Hay, ned, White, Spanish, sugar will become one of our most Were the course of the canal directed '
one mouldy, which is a strong generally the high hammocks art .'violence of its noxious quality.i .- of a warm and productive quality,I PersununVallo<1\'l updo, Sweet lie further south thai those of the ,Black Creek into the St. Johns,
Jur: the sun ha'ingmore pow- being enriched by vegetable and I and Black gum, ilagnolio, IronWood Mississippi, and' OU1 climate is the expenst of the work would be ,
r, iJ\-' reason of fewer clouds and calcareous matter and clay combined Palmetto, ana Juniprr, the much dl'icr.than that of Louisiana, much lessened, and the. rout between l I
fss rain, than in the precedingn with sand. These' lands four first. ,f which are in high estimation the sugar,of florid a is likely to 'the Atlantic and the -'r\Vest ,
,. it necessarily follows that arc the most inviting U> the farmer and much used for nalalpurposes' surpass, in quality that of any o- not materially lengthened. The '
!:c process evaporation is expe- as the cultivation of them at the and_ the Palmetto is preferred ther of the southern slates. St. John's running parallel, nearlyits
('lted, which if the wind continue outset, is attended with less exp fur the construction of The vine flourishes well, and whole course with the Atlantic,
froth that quarter, cannot but nse, and affords more immediate wharves, it being proof againstthe the ball grape or bullissis, indicated may at different points be connect-,
':r'O\'C, highly prejudicial to health. returns, than the heavier limbered attack worms..Its growth is by fiartrain as more eligible.. cd.... !by shot Canals, with the ocean; {
his occurs however in extraordi- and moister (Jils. They an indication of good laud, as it for cultivation than any we could 'yrnile it might .tary seasons, and even when these exist in large bodies about Taia- always grows.upon mail, import, is indigenous to the country communicate witlt.thegulf on the ,
0OCcurt s Adorn, ,prove fatal ex- haste, $jgwaney, Alachaand A ma- The sweet orange tree rises 36 west, by the streams which run in
tPrt to those who are much (-:- sura, and'insmaller bodies in the feet and spreads 30. Its highest The bene or sessamum/.indicum: that- direction, and head near it.
red to the meridian sun'; and vicinity of the wafer courses gene (.produce is 600p oranges this which affords an oil superior' to The necessarily! succinct view of
ty Use who indulge to excess in a- rally. ., quantity)' having been gathered the olive, grows with'' us in great the citrate, soil and production'of
'jjnalfood and ardent spirits.- Low hammock i is .more accessible -i from one tree on theSt. Johns; luxuriance, and also the arrow Florida; will serve UTeyince, thatit
e conclude therefore, that in orlaary to water, and is characteiized I J j jits longevity is traced to 116 root. To these add bees-wax, is not from the want of natural
'/ : StUliflIJS.: when the sea by a growth of every descriptionof i }. Y cars. In Florida obscurity of deer skins, tar, and naval stores, advantages that it nas not advanced
':>et>Zfs prevail, we have little to the oak, together ,with the cedar t ,J our annals prevents its duration turtle and oil, which are already in prosperity as rapidly as the
'car: from fevers, if prudence and ash, uour orange; ,and palmetto..jbeing j t f further traced; caution are obscl'ved.Vith The soil is more heavily charged i i there are trees ascertained to bei while silk,-Spanish tobacco, finger added to the Union. The causes
f>ard to winter diseases the Y are than the high hammock, with vegetable I i of.five centuries standing. This spices and a:variety'of drugs, which have retarded, its popula-
J HIl' and ,seldom provr fa4al, u hi i matter, marl, and clay, and I I tree begins to. bear in 7 years from might be readily'introduced, and 'ion, and continue to operatea-
Ss 'h? constitution be worn down in most places is bottomed, by one: ;; the seed, and every successive added to the. list of our pr duct gainst, ,. itsprosperity, are to be; '
'n 0 (iaSe ", r intemperance. or the other of these ,strata." The' : i j I year its produce is increased until on. : sought for) first in the temporary
.cr I"t"entering: upon the inter-, soil is moist but not: suW3cd, and t the period of 17 years, when it maybe .. pf the articles of domestic,consumption diminution which has taken, place
ttln ;'bilh'J' of the soils of the dues not require toi tfeMiardenedby f I f said to"attain its full maturity. ,the variety is scarcely I m the value of cotton, the staplein
pry! we would observe that draining! 'like 'swamp; land, ; butin J.There are_ .,no complete .orangeVgrovesintjve less extensively.' : which it has hitherto been most
Itulstakc; has hitherto prevailed, many instances. slight! draining : : 'territory,. but many Indian corn may be said' not to productive: but are .more djrectly ,
ts, ,)rctll-g.- the geological 'cliaracM would be required .' This clas'sof are est'biSnln'tfjon a. 'large scale. have.succeeded so :well as in more! traceable-tb-the neglect and mal
\I r Honda. it having l been con- I hammock is more- productive and, The, ;appqftlt#flfhent ot 100> trees' northern climates;' the planters of! administration of the general

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1 w: ,, ,' has &o, mismanaged. the bably Aspulaga;) '*KSunbalajj l d on hcrijjackexcept: ; hogsheads,3:lateness ok::Uie season, warrant us tcrest.ng.to all our reacrs. Wt"I > 1r.\ .
; a ft"airs of the: teiruoiy, and treated'";! (JHrhapYAyavalaflfcFg6 miles which Trere rolled by ni, n. 'helri4ianSj in saying?',\shaiKremain exempt fore request- all, our )Htcrury friends'tJ .

e .'with such urufoim ntgectiht! representation --: vest,of the Suwanegtj nAftdiansinformed had:.no fice- mst, ,being Jr.om.disr !ae throughout the rest hand us such articles: I as, .will tliru J''to
.,: UI its inhabitants, upon Capt. J1utch'im.1'hcte armed with hows and arrows, and < of [fie: season. If an)\ apprehcn-; on the description i( t>f our Tcrrlt o1't;'ll,1

j the subject of .heir various was another a few mi I eV from Mi-' clubs. In order. to protect th tpt-j sions have existed in the country I: history, soil, advantages or l'1Sal"anta.1.,Its

i ;:.H. grievuices, that if we could suppose kasuky, where some bdcK5 .wall* ehes'frotn. the effect of the'abbV, 'f'' to the, prejudice of jur City dulling and essays on agr.cullure and dOQt :

j -, I a studied design, on the part were still visi lr. J\v they suspended thick boards. about i tbe'past"summer, ,.,we\ inform economy, suited to our climate! in c of otlr I u'lcrs to ruin the interests Fort St. Louis' was built t o| neJcvated"sO their, nHcJkS.. : but. which.did n t'al-, I( our readers; they ha\'e\bren ation ; these we consider of great imPorI

I: I .and: : prospects of the country, we ( ground around ,a \ways,.b*" 'i *.fr lne.purpose. The In-, entirely'gratuitous and unfounded. I tmceal1(1 trust that none of our fritndt-
t4. cannot conceive of measures more hollow, from the bottom of which -duf.. : i 2 preserved a supersti- Some Cotton of the new crsp II will withhold such infyrniat: 'Jn,,_ 'thtae
: 'r fir :" l'' for the purpose*, than issue two" springs that furnish an : tu/ &4.:'t: which keeps ,them at has cottfe in, but"not in sufficient'I l'subjects as may be in their po ncommunicating ;by

t3; "to .h.! h huve heretofore been abundant supply of water, but ,.r n aVfuf. glance from San Louis. I quantities, ,warrant any definite which, they will both

,Y (t) '.'\ :>; .,:< ,.ntably! persevered in. which, after running but.;.a' fojf fjiey say *r sink into the ground. quitting San Louis buried their command the rrumbcr of bales on u ,
: j,, :LL i' ; ce having suffered pre- yards, again or ,
I L -u t' tbs cession fiom the de- One of these, oiPbeing :opened by church ornaments, and with them which maybe usbered into mal ket. i

". )' ,1! r'1: : d'ectsufacvi1War, and Capt. Burch, displayed the wooden some bgttlcs of medicine, (t.iagic,) But in severalconversauoniwhich.. The Cx tinly Court Eicambla COUntf.. I
; ; .:;. ...... .. o. the inhabitant being box ,or trunk in which it had been which would prove fatal to them we have held with the nflMWforing f- has been 5 5gratulatejlb.. session this \vccl-"e (( ,
jQ
foreigners, who had therefore the enclosed ; they were overshadowedby if they touched. They cannot be 'planters, there.is a rca IHbie public that the Grand JUrY

i strongest claim upon the liberality a beautiful I live, oak tree. This I prevailed upon to accompany the ground to conclude that"Mfepre- found itscntmcnt inhieesary: to make.3 pre.

:. of the government, were circumstances place is abouU25 miles we st of whitrs there, even to show the sent crop will run abort 1here, i, and tlfcrt only two billa of j _
which Fort oT the .settlement ( c tmentIhefo were fouml.lowing .
; might .have the principal place. was an extreme and protracteddrought .
: been supposed vvouI.J have -induced whir.h was situated on the Bond the Suwaney., towardsthe fturing the summer and is tfi charge of Ji"

0 the administration to adopt a East Bank of' the. Ocolockony, Si. John's including Picolata,S we are told there has on some Wright tTvibficalij the Grand JuV handed Us fo

\ generous fostering policy towards near its mouth, (perhaps 6conjwhich on. the St John's, tHere are seven plantations been considerable 'indications n. .

: \ the ntwly:: Itcquired territo- it is presumed, was the settlements or stations; they were of the rot; whether this I 'tnaacola, Oct. StA, 1834.

f r)'. I ul, for the space of nearl) entrepot of all the others. There fortified in the sameVay: with is the case to considerable. extent To the Hoiuthe Judge E.sca biaOtitt. \

; ; four }ears, the incubus of a landI were no settlements bclween the II those dready mentioned, and'shared through the State,' we are not t1 Court, October,'J'trm, IfeSiu 24-. '

commission has continued: to oppress Ocolockony and Appalache,- the, same fate. Those, were ,prepared to say. On this subjectwe -By a unanimous vCJtc\rthe,
i > and paralize its energies, cept one, about fifteccn miles. ,,Sn. Pe ro, six miles from the Su- should'be glad to informed Grand Jurors of said Countv ;

*. while neglect and delay have, prfT, northwest of San Louis. waney ;Weechelookane, San taffy by .some, of our country friends.Mississiifiian.. the sulibcrioers, a committee aS.\

!I : ,vailed, in every department ,ol its' The country jut described exhibits (St .-Pe,) Sokohooto, Interney, .poinlccj for that_ J puipose1* tequfSt\

,q1 adrninistrationdependaut on the, even at this day, many appearances and Picolata, on the John's'and a Sailors of the Franklin.-Tie you to favour us with a copy Of

i'l .'4 general government. which serve to prove small fcrt on the opposite or westside seamen attached to this vessel jour charge to that body, furnub.*,
/
't A country so valuable[ and forming that, it had once sustained a very of the river. Picolata was' have received their wages, amounting hicatiin. .

L so vulnerable a frontier of the dense population. The forests, the only fort afterwards occupiedby to an enormous sum- Very Respectfully,

i ,- : Unior, should however attract the especially about St. Louis, for many the Spaniards until St. Marks nearly SI50,000. Probably one Y oUtmost oh't, ''7

attention ofa wise administration, mil s, appear to be of a econd was built. The Indians, from that might as well whistle against the T. TWITCHELL,
? : and demands a policy very<< dii ero growth, excepting the occasional. day until the invasion of General wind, asj tetnpt to persuade themto N. H.- ALLEN, "

r ,ent from thai which has hitherto shade trees, which are of primeval Jackson in'18, successfully prevented _nave their money, to lay it up JOSEPH JS'O.RJF.G\.

; ;ben pursued towards it. Were date, and of enormous size. ,any of the whites from pen- against a. future day- or for- the- Ortobrr5th.- -- _on j. .u.l.tA.#Tft ..

.: : lit once fairly open to emigration; The lands are every where cut up etratrngihis country, which, until -, benefiC of their families,when they GE TLElIEN.4 rCCCi'edtI ,
jit would: indeed require no furtherI with ditches, which are supposed tffatuffle: was unknown 'or forgotten have 'any. The jolly fellows cane morning your flattering n quest cf'

i : I I assistance from the general by some to have been foot paths I by the civilized world, and : b seen all aver the city, two in ar| a copy of my late charge to the',

*,.: governnn-nt; but this great desideratum. l leading to the different plantations g greatly excited the surprize of the i coach, riding in, state. Hundreds Grand Jury. It was noi \vruitnor

I I 'uppcais yet far off, ; but this,is rendered impossible General and his troops in so unexpectedly -; o them, probably, will S'bon he* as i intended for publication, but ,,1

I while the inhabitants are _daily from their depth, their nar- finding one ofjihe finest poor as ever, ar.d forced on the ocean send it to you precisely as it was:

I : nlJre discouraged by the prospect rowness, and straightness, Capt. districts of country in America. again without a cent in their delivered.I -

: I before them. Even however, under Burch met with an old 1ndan. The Indians permitted the Spaniards i g ckets.-.l\- Y. Com Adv. am very 'respectfully :

pjt ; all these disadvantages settlers near Tallahasse, of the Creek1- 'ia- to occupy St. Marks and Pi'- It is stated with confidenceHhat S? Yours &c:. '*

; are btginning to spread over those lion, who appeared to be 'of great, colata, for the purpose of trade, nearly four thousand buildings are 7D-D. \\R1GHTS '

r parts of the country, which are unembarrassed age, and who informed him that but never permitted any of the erecting in N. York this season; To. Capt. T. Twitchell,

: 4 by conflicting grants he had been in the war which de- whites to penetrate the country. the progress of a large proportions Capt. N. II. Allen, and
1 4 or the public claims, &- in spite of stroyed these settlements. His age It is owing to this circumstance I suspended from the fact of the Col. Jos. Noriega,

: the niggan.ly course pursued by could not be precisely ascertained, that there are no Spanish grants journeymen masons having struck 'Committee,,

:, : .i the general goveinmeni in strug- but, from circumstances, it was here, although value is alone for higher wages. A good oppor- CHARGE.
": gling for a ff\v paltry acres at the thought that it could not be less sufficient to pay the Florida debt. tunity is therefore offered to jour Gentlemen of the Grand Jury,

: : : expense of the highest interests of than one hundred and thirty or The.co'mmissionersIwho have explored neymen from the country to get You are assembled to aid

I' the province and the inhabitants, i forty according to his account, he the countr) for the purpose good places, pay and wages. the Court in the administration of(

i i-- the dawn of better times may be : had left off bunting, about the of fixing on thrf scite for the seat of Tobacco Crop.-The ....American the criminal laws of the Territory,

diserned in the exerlions making : time the warrior, now 'the oldest government, and ,.GovernorDuv-al!, Farmer of the 3d inst. ,states, that It is the duty of a Grand Jury to,
at the new capital, and the gradual : in the nation except himself) was who lately passed throughUt; all a gentleman well qualified to preserve the police of the Countf; \

;:.'" *.' accession: of settlers in the interior just beginning to hunt. He recollects fully concur with Capt. Burch in judge, who took a ride last we<-k from which they are drawn, and

where the hand of the government l our {revolutionary) }' war, but expressing the highest admiration through a good portion of the Tobacco whenever a violation of good cr.4

p1* does not interpose to suspend was then too old to take: an active of this fine body of land. district of Maryland, informs der, within the limits cf the jurisdiction -.
,
improvement, and where a feitile part in it Neamuthla, the Scm- i --_ that from the effects of the of the Court, comes whfc
;it soil and happy climate, surpassing inolc chief, who is about seventy ifOMHSTJC.Murderer drought the Tobacco Crop must in their cognizance, they art

the anticipations of the emigrant )'crs of age, was a boy when he inevitably be very ,short. bound by their oaths to animadvert
IItSUIj' success to his industry had left off going to war. The of Mr. Cranford. upon it. The Grund Inquest

and enierprize.V. old Indiau was brought by his Letters received in London from .of a County, however, acting as
\ II. SIMMONS daughter, his eye sight, had faileda the city Mexicoto the 27 of May IPIm AD IL&8"S such, can know no rule of good order -

r. 1 1 J.F.CLARKE, good deal but he xvalked tolerably mention the execution of two ban, -- but the law of the land, uid
: P, :41 iCIIEL. well with the assistance of a ditti on the 14th of that month, SATURDAY, OCTOBEfe 9, 1824. can in no other way animadvert

::1 ,,: ., June 24, 1824.F 4 staff. His daughter appeared to one of! whom, named Salazor, acknowledged -The lion. liicnAiiD K. CALX, Delegate- ,' I' upon its violation, than by indict'

1 ,'i, .. be a middle' aged woman, and before his execution, to Congress from Florida, left this Cityon ment or presentment. An indictment *
..: -" om the .Ycft'.K4Intelligencer.. what is singular, nearly all his that he was the man who murdered Sunday vlpt. for the Hermitage (the : may be defined a complaint-
'J : Old ci.til'nlcnts in Florida. chil in his old drawn in form of
'I :tn were begotten Mr. Crawford-Cha8. Courier. seat fef General Jackson,) near Nashville i up law, for sonic
1+ l' Pen8Qola, JU24. ge. At the time of the war with, From the JJoaton Telegraph.HOTJ Tenn.from whence,accompanied by his. offence, criminal or punul, prefer
., l:, ...t. (.; K.VILEMEN : The existence of the Spaniards he was in the prime tv catch,the Pirat 8. red to Grand Jury, upon whose
lady, he will proceed to \Vashiingtoiciy
f r:: VJ.j lid Spanish 1 ,settlements injriuiitfu o'f his life, and cC'ollccts'Ct'y particularly Mr. Edit .-If you! newspaper to attend the approaching session ot Con,, uath it is found to be lrutj before
I.-i. ,,':, I c h'o\ed b)' the Creek all its circumstances, and folks, who are forever telling pirate a court having power to punish
!.. \, uid Cherokee Indians about a which he seems to fake great pleasure stories, could contrive" someway grcss. the on -ne." A presentment may

; a' l. catur} ago, I believe, is inertly in relating. The Indians had to catch the rascals, I think The uninteresting character of the Fo be said to be a statement by the

; .: ,': ijotice.d by a few writers, but nofull made repeated attempts on St. you would do some good. I am reign news by the last mail,has aflorded Grand Inquest, of an pfiVnce criminal .

.", and satisfactory account vl Louis, but were*repeatedly repulsed sometimes of opinion, % that you us an opportunity to devote more of our -or penal, committed within
. "them is to he found. When aVaihiugiou t being unjj&Je! } to withstand would be willing to have one vcssel sheet than usual, to articles particularly juiisdiclion of the Court, and
: I \ 1 carefully examined 11 the Thc 'hen 'taken week and all hands
cannon. mustered a interesting to the friends of Florida which the court has power ,b
the public library for information their whole force, anof after laying, murdered, merely for the sake of punish ; and is to be considered

:ii relative to Florida, but with very waste the whole country, they telling the story. Late Wewsfrom .,.. York.-The last instructions to the, prosec.ut.ug
litHe success ; 1 met with nothing made a final effort by the Now Sir I don't to for
profess
investing : mail brought us a New York paper, of a Attorney, the framing of an Indictintrnt. -'
-' except in Romans, audI think in fortified places, and endeavoring know much about these matters ; very late 'date (23d Janpary 1824 !) We A presentment differ'

_ B.trtram, respecting these unfortunate to starve them out. They were but in niyown humble-opinion, if presume that the receipt of this paper from an indictment, in this, than
_i- : settlements, once so flourishing encamped principally on the I had a good ,'esselvith twenty- I must have been produced by i\i<;overtum- indictment is drawn up z'
r and extensive, and whose North side of the Fortrtbe Spaniards five or thirty real American seamen large and
inK of some Poet Office barrel! brought ingrossed<< to '
history might form a very inter prepared for board of her well armed '
every thing evacuating on the Grand Jury to find, and apre
,: esting page in Americaijtannals.! it, and retired in the* I could catch more pirates, withina It is with pleasure we publish in this sentrnent is a short note of facts ,
a' 4 : From Capt. Burch, who has night to the fort on the Ocolockony. given timethanall Commodore paper the report of the Committee of the made by the Grand Jury themselves

,:: lately returned from surveying the The. first intimation to the Porter's squadron, ':unless/ they Agricultural Society ot St. Augustine, together on which an indictment is
: the ground for the national highway : Indians of the retreat, was the ex succeeded better than they have with a communication which first to be drawn. In England whencewe

; ;: :t. I from*?ensacola to St. Augustine plosion of the Fort : the cannon yet. And how would I go to work appeared in the National, Intelligencer, derive our notions of jurisprudence ;'
have
: learned some very interesting was so much broken and injured E Why, I'd put on board a cargo of relating to our Territory and lay before the word presentment hi.'

fL: the particulars, as well, QS1't'ga1'ds ',as to be unfit for use, and is still to showy goods, and sail for Matanzas the public the second number Sketches I a very comprehensive signifies
country through be seen. The without When of West Florida froiath ofa valued L
country having thus dr4hy. I got pen tion. It there means Rot 'only(
: i' which he of Ia
: passed, as the
tragi fallen into
their hands, together within the latitude of the pirates correspondent.
csW.!
presentments, properly so
of the
;41t! cal fijlc Spanish *
*. just mentioned. The population with the Yamassytri; f Indians, I'd'order my men below, and go Wetake this opportunity of expressing, but also all inquisitions of officf .
, t distance with whom the Spaniards had intermarried :- below myself. Sowhen the bloody that we,attach much more'value to essays at the suit of the crown, or Jf'p l
: from the
Ockolockony to tbe Su-
and! J'ed on the most flag hove in sight, no body should on geographical and agricultural subjects .vate individuals. But the asser, '
(St. Juan rivers is abouteighty
waney, ), friendly footing; the males were appear ,on deck except the sailors I I thanto, those almost any other description tion it is believed be confi s J
,
miles the may
I ar.d. greater parof .t all destroyed, and the women taken belonging to the vessel ; and they, is true that in the situation of a new dently ventured .
i' i that no presen
the north of
.,
Country lying for
i .tbC'; wives or slaves. But
the should make off with her settled
like
as fast: ly country our own, when our ment of Grand ia ,tIat
; road the .Ii a Jury t
bordering Georgia ; Country had been so entirely clear as possible-only take care to be institutions are.in their infancy, it may be kingdom jl'''
to
is fine ever attempted '
uncommonly the lands ingeneral ed
44L j that there was no game, und overhauled at last. Then, Sir, I'd I necessary to write,and publish oh political I tate the of laws 1h '
: enactment or
of
ii i the best quality, and the domestic animals having been be on deck with all in'less and the I
i my men I subjects,; as mindjp well as regulation o'n tioyI
subjects
capable of supporting, for at least destroyed during the war the than half, minute I ;
and the
a give the bodyrequirsreceatonfxnes.. ,articles Uf.4'tJ-
importance. The
y miles in width practice
( dense -
twenty a of "
) great body the Indians returnedto : rascals such an experience<< of cold L of i
::
a more light and,' frirotoua character .*& '
4 : population. It is principalkin this their nation. The Indians who lead ing so here, therefore, is not, *
..:. fine (as 'theynever had before. may sometimes, be gratifying and arausing. exotic,but is of home original.-"
: the of
tractpT remained ?
{ formed
country faces "
a, new race- who This game I'd follow till Politicians
a up, they are however much How it has obtained generaljf'in
the so
.: : oldSpanish settlements are tot were called Seminoles, which, in begged hard for Or if too inclined.to evince ;
quarter.
I party feeling and :this I- loss
' t be found. The first is fort St. Louis the country, an> at a
.4 ilchy language, signifies, they chose to- board us, so much seldom preserve'thai style which is\alcu- .
divine ,
unless it be because
pop ,
at least its ruins situated ,
about run wild. The
old Indian
himself the better. 'V 'd lated ..
drop off their to promote the great objec't'of eve "
tar
six miles east of the judges are much inclined .
Ocolockony went to the
Appalachicola 0 heads as fast as they could fall into lover of :
I ry peace and limony in I
and N. W. society favor, and they who ere
by 25 miles from St. Indians lived ull.v
near,St. Louis-ur- salt water. In ths if '1 I F Fcould'nt -the allaying of .
feeling endeavoring
way party
4' by
; pularfroi motives opi'UdenC5the : _
llal'ks.rrhis has
place
: more the til the forests when he j
catch
gre.up more pirates in to reason and convince
a moderation forbftf1
; i I' _by influence of temerity
app.earance.ofhavingbeen aforti L* turned, about life time the Talla fortnight than the President could I Iiardon' und candor. *,
1
10 it.
a mere fortification. hasse and oppose f
fiedjpwn.than
I. Mikasuky towns were three weeks -I'd
I i North of this, about twelve miles: butlt. He the agree We assure our readers that while 'we :I should- dogrcatyioknCet0l'OWn .'
represents Spanishpopulation before hand
neither to eat pork conceive it important that matters of und a far ,as #| |
I' I, on.lJakcT Hiamony, there was a- to have been numerous L- nor drink molasses for a feelings, _
very
i nolher fort;. Northeast Cfni's.a- ,but could, one ) rafter public Hrp hould,sometimes be freelyand infiuence' wight'be, fc>, I, sboO_ ,*'j_
;; give no precise the date of M 1
commission
'
I bout the same...distnjice, there was idea as to their numbers. They Yours my A fully dlteussed, we shah never .consent t- domuch4njuryto jour lUtCrC5vere 4;
i'u' YKEE.J .- to restrain tlie, of.the I, to/attempt rrSraJd.ttF
I a fort the direction: ,of the. Mi- bad horses, but no wheeled : liberty press to !
carriages. atch ez St/t. 10.- -W are I
e.
f I kasuky town.li beside** there' were Their hap fcy refusing to ubisbthe opinions and free interchange of public :
Louis principal highway r, i py to be enabled to :state, that views_ f"nraj provided.he is subjects of 'ra'Jt'
1t : between St. and the Suwaxiey ; some of the ofwhich i isstill Natchez temperate qflUpfl J geiw'portance. ,! '
J I (this fOIt included,)'fivetothcrfurtifications I ,visible causeway continues iji a state of uninlBtI'upted ? bolli in manner and'in matter. But, unless The purity of 'pu i't;
was not more tha :
n51'C.dr '
L the most consider I eight feet wide, 'but\we'l III f ss:ofitie wcatker health; combined and the'" cosl !! where,the public good requires .it-K sejitimcjil. is the 'only! .,safe ,prc'1 (' ;;
with
'
articles vation tif ,
we-mttcbryrefei' \vWclr etin give [ ir 1ntittruon. 'I
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' t. sediment, like the! attnos- ull cases. A judicious, application as yetpreycnteljjtsnavijalion.it ;perhaps Hie:only true coiyfort,n ainsl the M ysll \4s BnSuitrio \ t1.
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,I bet oi this rule would he miserable '- .
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; which we can productive ought before tis'timeStO, have I hobUng*'which we, Wise ;mcn, "
"..trt n uri' only by constant circu- of very beneficial results. been, removed, ,but the s 'ftlershave ttu"e..fip 1."eg. "rto.g.u1w.iiito each_ other's ( Court of tVctt Florida .

i'a* number intelligent There is one other subject' of, been too /intent on opening I path.No chiiractr.J. ,*'at stak in OM-Prjit-I Geo. WlliamsonA flY virtue of these '-': I

: :'J respfct.1ble citizens, you have interest to the Grand Jury, to the, their farms, to engage in any enterprise tier's article'UjilPM-itis that of the 'Madeira vs. [_O t o execution -
.Jtt to the public your opiof to the want of means of,$$tis- from the South West, about crowned heads-now,if any one is dcsirous.to nd another. J shall expose for sale c
"
iI -" the Jurors for their institutfe ati action tor slander, in And .' 1 at Public .,fud m, at
: tniscellane- daily attendance
: political 01' fing twenty miles from its mouth
a ,
1 .
f'G". favor of Madeira Wine against,Old Prat- James Jackson the dwelling house
r'; ; but the Court upon the l. ourt. In"the a large branch ,called) Shoal River .
,;;, character tier, fir bl ftcbalfofthe Holy Alliance' aaJntt'Old others vs. sime.J of Antoine Collins 1
41iLI'- nut led itself at )liberty to administration of every system of which is navigable about Bftcen : Prattler, for Conspiracy, let the defendant, on Tuesday the 26th inst.

}firesentmnit that does' government, public functionaries miles, and lason its banlizuu' h him do it. If beyond, that there, is any at 10 o'clock A.: M. the personal property .
yff'I ? thing reprehensible in Old PrattlerYarti of ihe said Collins, consisting of beds .
which' their
offefice
i re:4e! to some regulate course by analogy good lands.! A branch o",1 ,
cle,why should not the who and bedding, tables, chairs,crockery and
persons see,
ol' indictment and to what Jias been done before. River rises in
"the a fine lakcJjuijoining -
subject !
JS or fancy what there is not, take,thc'trou glass ware, 1_elegant: 'Mahogany sideboard t
'III.H, "h'';\-nt. 1 am aware, that in What was transacted yesterday, the Alabama. Hnelgji'diis I a,; ble to represent to the public its errors ; 1 eIght day clock, 1 elegant'gras.1i ?
,! ,is the) court hazards the oppo- determines what is to be done %u- bout seven or "(eight miles jn, cir if.'taleht is wanting in the writf/jy," it is chandalicr brass andirons shovels and .j'
\iitiah! of irany: whose opinions are day, and the transactions of to-day cumFerenre. Ii is a tharming because talent is wanting in the tcnVrr, tongs, 3 horses and dray,and various o- .j j
but decency,he trusts, is not, and he will ther articles, too numerous to mention; i4 '
for
the sheet of
the respect.- strengthen precedent to and is
titled' to greatest spring water,
pure answer any objections which'it is thoughtfit All of which will be sold for cash, to satisfy 1
Lt: thp public functionary! who morrow. In the administration surrounded ,ivilh good land ; a to ofFer against his piece, provided a the above execution and cost. :
iorbt'31'S! the expression 01111:; opinions of the l ijovcrnmeni Florida ho\vt- handsome settlement is p'l ogress- gentlemanlike style is preserved in those : BEJ%.T. imi/.i/V D.M.orHM.SEBREE.Marthal .. I

merely because it may subct c'er. we are in many respects ing on its banks. The soil here objections. I I II'.F. : II

;.' him: to ill-natured! opposition, without th( guide of experience, is rather claye.Between I I Oct.6th, 182431ts. _

is not loss\ an enemy to truth and 'or the aid of analogy. A law was Shoal River and the ;WU 1I lfQ I -

country, than he who flings passer! at the last session of the Clroctawhatchie Bay, there runs a .< II .
himself; : :iniothc nfr.Jst" of the tu- Legislative! Council, authorisingthis high ridge of land East and Westa PORT Otf I Ferry.

tsu'.tory! : crowd, smiles when! they Court to levy a tax for the distance of forty miles. It gives PEH&iCOIAIl.iRRIVED IHE Subscriber having obtained froni .

0 .';ile and becomes indignant payment of County expenses ; rise to a multitude of large .- the Hon. the County Court for the ;
when! they frown. The one sanc- Such a tax wa s imposed ; but ow- springs of the finest water; on the Oct. 6th-U.-= County] of Escambia, a license giving r
uofia delusion] and error: by his si- ing to some defect in the manner* south of the ridge they descend rapidly Transport Schr. him the exclusive privilege keeping "
Florida Baker
Vnce, ,and the other propagates in which it was appointed to be to the C5octawhatchie Bay ; /Tampa: Bay via A FERRlf.across .
St. Marks 7
day$$ ballast. Passengers
them b)' ..hi! exertions. have collected, the Sheriff has not proceeded II in three or four miles distance ,
the of
I Capt. WFlfett & Messis. Bay Pen
,
been induced! to dwell at considerJle in its collection, and the from their heads, they are often Peabody ana 'sacola,commencing at
length upon this. subject, by Court therefore has no funds at swimming deep to a horse, and Tingle. the City Pensacolas, and ending on the -
'he numerous, publications of pre- command for the payment of the very cold. Ins-passing from the CLEARED, Peninsula on the opposite side of the

bt.tmnts which have been re- jurors. All that can he promised, West end of the Bay, the Twin Octr. 2d- Hitchcock Bay, and thence back again to the City
Brig Leopard, of Pensacola, notice, that he
hereby 'ives
various of is that the business of the Court Creeks first themselves
'l'nt1madr quarters present : New-York Stone and boat readiness
by keeps a always in to ac- .
the uiiion. That no serious evil l shaH b e facilitated as much as is they unite at a short distance be- Nisbet-('argOy 443 cedar logs, 20 commodate passengers. .1

can result from a communication consistent with the ends justice, low the great road, and fall into a bales cotton, one barrel deerskins, The Subscriber hereby forwama all '

sentiments and opinions this and it is hoped and believed that deep bay of the Choctawhatchte.. 100 Ox hides by Noah H. Allen persons,hot to trespass on his rights, as -

way, i: am willing to admitbuthat the prosecuting attorney will cooperate Boggy Creeks also unite & enter -960 flooring plank, 3 bales cot keeper will be dealt of said with Ferry according, as in such to law.case they

: }jt can bo the parent of no in the work of procuringyour into the same dee. bay, but a few ton, 1000 Ox horns by Stone and Randal Allis. _

earthly I good, 1 deem equally cer- speedy discharge. miles east of Twin Creek. Rock Nisbet.-Passengers, Capt. MeInlosh October 8th, 18243t. \'.
:ai.). If.the reason 1 for cncourag- I am aware that it is a source of Creek enters above the,.c nt&'e of U. S. Army and family, & I :

j s be that the current of popular but little consolation to you to the Bay. Thus far all fte land, Dr. J. R. Burden. Cantonment 7lroolce, 7

seliment| is thus cxpressedjlherefifclion know, that the presiding officer from the Peninsula, betw'xt the Hittsborough Bay,Sept. 1824.JI '

; that the Grand Jury are of this court, like:"yourselves, receives Bay and the ride; is poor for upwards ; of Letters in WILL receive proposals 'till the 1st of ,
always summoned and selected by no compensation for his of furty miles, but from the LIST remaining December next,to furnish, with fresh
:;ie Executive; officer of the Court, services ; but in % government next iver, the Alagua, the land is Post Office at Pensacola, beef the troops of the United States Ar-
1st October, 1824, which, if net my, that are-or may be stationed at Cantonment .
\vithiut any regard lQ a concurrence like ours, just blossoming into existence good. Brooke,
taken out -within three months, Hillsborough Bay from
oi'senlinieni between the Ju- i we cannot hope for all the The Alagua is a delightfulstream I will be forwarded to the General the 1st January 1825 'till the 31st of '

iurs fcnd thi'ir neighbors, is alone fruits of perfect maturity. We it 11 .ads on the ridge and I Post Office as dead letters. December 1825 inclusive.The ,
:Hlti l1icn\lo depriethi reason: oliis'Veigh'l. must Buffer now that we may enjllY interlocks with Shoal River and beef will be required to be' deli-
Beside hereafter. Uche Creek its-branches exttndover A.-Asintho Aravohe. vered to the troops on two days in cacti
popular contrvrsy -
: B.-Lieut. J. R. Blaney. Col. C.M. week, (the days to be designated) in such
,should never be permit- a space (,I'tventy or thirty be
: Brooke 2, Robert Butler 2, quantity as may requisite for their rations -
i$<\ ip obtrude upon the sanctuary, C OMM UWICA: 'l'IfJ.'fd. miles--it is navigable about thirteen Henry Brown Robert-. Brad- on each day. And I deem itneces. t

or n.nge! in the councils justice e--"" I ..... ; there is considerable lakeat Msrtincr; sary to apprize those who may choose to'
aiftl thr w.lrL.tion. For the J'etisurvla Gazette. its mouth, from which'a narrow shaw, Bright, Francis offer to contract for this supply, that the
Boquie, Obed. Barnes :Francis de beefwill be required to
be of
the
to the offences into Sketches of West Florida.NO. channel connectsit with the Bay- which the market best
Bellestre. rin afford, and -
particular
v hich your duty calls upon you to H. there is six feel water on the' bar. attention must be had to the butchering .
enquire, 1 have simply to refer you The Bay of Pensacola extends' The settlements on thib river con- Commanding Officer at St. thereof. Approved bonds will be

(o tlc acts of the first Legislative upwards! of thirty miles iufo the sist, of plain, industrious farmers, Marks, Thom"".'_L 1'Compawe Carter, Jean required for the fulfilment of the contract.

Council, page 151 and following.VoulAvill country, its general course is who have few slaves, yet they live Amle Crane 3, Alexander Persons wishing to contract will please
there find the most numeou North cast ; about two miles East comfortably and independently ; CampHe1axtina! Cox. and make_ directed their proposals in writing, sealed
to
me at Cantonment
: $ and commorithlusses:) of ofTehues of Pensacola, and eleven from its they appear to know the value of xal 2, Daniel Campbell. Brooke, Hillsborough Bay, T. F. stating '
:
specially described and provided tuibrouchure at the Barrancas, it scit'ntific and religious instruction, D. '-'Major James E. Dinkins, the rate per pound for which they will

against. Your oath points throws a large arm to the North and enjoy a rustic harmony whichis John Davidson. t furnish, and they shall be informed of the .

out ,:le! substance, and it remains called Escambia Bay, and 10 miles unknotvn in many of. our new E-Joha Edgerly, William Ed-. acceptance of their proposals, either by-

for the Court only to advert to the further east, Yellow Water Daybreaks settlements. The subsirtum here dins.F.. me letter on from the ,1st or December on personal the application to

forms of your duties. The! witnesses off in a' similar direction ; is an indurated clay, approachingto -Benjamin Foster, James- mentioned. day above,

in support of indictments Black' Water Bay joins the latter soap stone, full of fosile impressions Fulton. John Page _

ire swnrn in Court, and sent to at the North-west corner ; East ; it hardens on exposure .to G.-Cornelius Grantham, Lucy ./1,,', Com'y Sutt't U. 8...INn, '
you%; by authority of the Cleric of Hi vcr Bay is only an Eastern con- the air, and is thought to be sufficiently Griffin. NOTE-There being no direct_ mail to!! -,

tiiei Court, either at your own instance ,tinuation of Pensacola Bay ; Es- compact for building.The .- H.-Col.. Gad Humphreys 2, Cantonment Brooke, persons making pro .
or at that of the prosecu- cambia Bay is from four to ten same,stratum is discovered in Nathaniel Hayden Jr. 2, John posals are advised to direct through the

tiUi. Your deliberations are in miles wide, and about fifteen long. the Shual River. Huff, Francis Huison, Joshua Pensacola Post Office. 2S-7w. :

.secret, and so ought generally to Yellow Water is about the same The Uche Creek rises North of Hickman, Polly.Harper, Ephraim ._- J ,.

.V your examinations. Regularly length, and from one to two miles the Alagua, and, ,after running a Hutchinson.
tr.erefore; the witnesses should ap- wide. Black Water is seven I course of forty niiles astfalls Into J.-John B. Jackson, Edward Notice.

pe( r before you one by one. Theres miles long and from one to two in the Choctawhaichie river at the JonesPhoebe J1n'es.K.Christian .

60: positive law requiring this, width. East River Bay is about Big Spring, This stream runs Kensil, Constan- i\ LL persons having accounts op'ewith ..
xouf expediency and convenience or.e and an hdf miles long and through a valley of Lim -5ton and tine Kessler.' -1 the subscribers, are desired t() ..
ld demand three fourths of mile wide. L. Daniel Lankford CravenP. come forward and close the same without 4'
:IrfJ seem to it. Pre- a is considered among the best landsin 2, Those '
delay claims
Minicnts are usually! found upon The country betwixt the Perdi- the country, yet they do not Lucket 5, Luther Lincoln, firm, will please having present them against for pay the .
ti!)$ knowledge! or information of do anti Escambia Bays, and the bear the drougth of our hot summers Lodge No. 17,2, / ment.We j

come one or more of the members Alabama line, is podr and sandy, equal to the mo're. claye soilin M. -Murdock McCrae, Wm.McNealy have on hand a considerable assort.

fiMie Grand Jury. If Jwelve. or generally covered with a growthof the neighborhood of Yellow Richard F. Martin, ment ofDry

ndre of your body concur in the pitch pines, and carpeted with I I Water, and the lake settlements Doct. Ed. McCo'mb 2, John Mc Goods, .

presentment, ilvis brought into grass, The springs are numerous Here is also a large and valuable Gonigal, Hugh Mathewson, Danl.C. Groceries, I

Court, and the Attorney General and fine, and the streams fallIng settlement of very industrious in- Mellus, Sarah Moor, A May- Hardware & Cutlery,

frames upon it an indictment, and into the Bays afford fine mill r habitants.On hew, Dn. Pedro Miranda.N Queen's Glass Stone & :

orders subpoenas for such witness- seats with unfailing water : several the, West, and parallel with Samuel Noblet. Tin !
is ;as may be named by the Grand of these near the Perdido' are the great: ridge, runs the'' Till Ri- P.-John Home Purvis4 Joseph Ware, i
Jury in making their and two Parott Flora Passel Neil Pursell which will be sold"-verv to-m for cash only* J
presentment. already improved, one or ver, in direction opposite to ihe ,
The fraud Jury then act upon the on the Escambia. Most of this Uche Creek ; its course fo, twen- Peter Pelham, 2. Jas. B. Selby & co I

cffence a second time, and accordingly tract of country has a deep stratum ty wiles West, as far as it has R.-Masters Russ 2, Thomas Pensacola,25th Sept. 1824 25-St.. r _

tun). additional lights of clay near the surface, this been explored, is through a broad Ross, Danl. Le Roy Zc Co. James "MEDICAL .COLLEGEOF t

which thej may possess, find or if dug up and mixed with-the sand, i boggy valley covered, with bay Roberts, David Rowland. "

!'t'fysc: to find the indictment 'a true wouid by good agricultural managemcmj'enccr : galls and titi bushes.! IIMS supposed S.-Nathan Shackleford, ;Jeremiah SOUTH CARQLJW. .,
'HI.' The court feels no inconsi- the soil produc- to enter East River. Scalan 2, Wm. F. Steele 3, THE Lectures in this College will commence -
in
Charleston
dtgb :elief from the j-efiectio.i, ti V('. Edward L. Smith. Peirce G. Monday in November next on',and the continuefive second

\ it the intimate acquaintance oi The Conccuh river rises highin Old Prattler has been informed that Small, Wm. SpearsTobs Smith, months.-The Pro.essorsaie

ost of you, with your duties as the Stale of Alabama, soon after so Tie persons, of extremely sensitive feel Stiles Smith. John Edwards Hotbrook.' M. D. Pro.. '
Grand Jurois, is such as to supersede passing the Florida line, it receives ings, have professed consider that they T.-Elisha Thompsony Benjamin fessor Anatomy.
the necessity of further in- the litile and big Escambia were injured by his article published in Thayer, Jessee Tcunsell.U. ] Samuel Henry DicksonM.n. Professor
the last Gazette,and that some undue allusions of the institutes and Practice of Medi .
struc.ion upon this head. I will rivers, the latter of which gives 'were made to the ,gentleman to .-Isaac Underwood. .

therefore close it 1)) remarking, name to the whole river, from its i whom the .dinner of the 18th nit. had W.-John White head- Collet I,cine.Thomas G. Prioleau, 11.-D.Professor -
hat although; ) it .is certainly tie junction, and also to the Bay whichit been given, as well as to the committee tor Key \Vest, Joseph 'M. White Obstetrics, and the diseases of Women
r.uty of a Grand Jury to pr sen' all enters at the North end thereis who waited on him. The writer protests 2, Robert Williams, John Welsh, and Infants,

fences which come to their considerable good laud on these : Old Prattler to the contrary., with respect The sentiments to our dele of William "Whearley, Nancy Wyatt James Ramsay, M..D. Professor of Sur

!knowledge, yet great care ought rivers, the bottoms are swampy gate to Congress, are, that he :spared no M Walsh \Villiam Ward. gery.
)1 be taken on the! other hand, to and frequently overflowed. The pains for the welfare of Pensacola, and JoelYancey late Collect, ilienry Rr i'ro.t.M..-D. Professor of Ma- I

present none but such as may be Conecuh is navigable about a hundred that what he obtained..not to that end, Key West, 2. Media.I I
could not, with justice whatever be I Edmund Kavenel M. .Professor... of
.
(Punished( oy the Court. There is miles. any Hobert Mitchell, -
attributed to his want of zeal or of exer- ChemistrvandPhsXiacy. .,
II Barked distinction, which every ThcI3htck Water Bay receives tion in the cause-that, on the contrary, Post *Master.' Stephen Elli t,:j@J D. Professor -
l Ijxrson: acquainted wittf'judicialproceedings l lI from the North three fine streams all his means were employed to the best October 1st, 1824. Natural History ai l[ iy.
I and more especially latk.\Val r, Cold Water and purpose,and that what hecould not succeed Thomas G. PrHpau, M. D. '
tocse<< who are conversant with the Cedar Creek : they water an extensive in the first year, he will undoubtedly -" Mail Arrangement. fleaJ/ethe Faculty.

!'ministration of criminal juris- country, called the, Pine complete the next, if,in his power.- on Thursday at 10'A. 31. .. "
Old Prattler is convinced that our delegate DUE MARSIIAL'SSALE.
P all P.Hobert :
wtnce Level betwixt the on Friday
must have bbscrved, belt lying jCqnecuh could not mistake,nor jias mistaken ,
fen moral and legal conviction. and Yellow Water ri ver,..,., This himself the object of the' article'. alluded Mitchell- Superior Court of Jfiit;FlfWda.
>* only with the latter thtit a country is excellent for grazing to-that he is too decided a supporter of Post- Master. F. H.Nisbetvirtueof, a writ
' Grand Jury) should be satisfied.- and, for fruit, and is considerably our institutions to have any idea of wishing Pensacola, Oct.'lst. 1824.rto' & ".. I-tJ of fieri facia toE
Te tenderness S. to restrict the liberty,of we pres -=- P. Steele,& frae?,directed in thijT
mits of the law per cultivated. that he is:'too much worthy appreciatorof Wm.Vood'wanl..J cue, I shall proceed : ..
no man to be convicted.fIt of an I Yellow Wf:ter river also rises in the merit of the sex, whose ,rights are Rent to sell at PUBLil AUCTION, for cash
: l'1.ence, "hich is not so proved, : Alabama, and falls into, the North brought in the article, not ttf par in front of the Court House in the city of 4
tl..cu, I hl? as leave no reasonable I Efe side of Yellow Water Bay. take in the desire' to see them presentand and desirable_ '!O HQt'SE Pensacola,on the first Mond&y in Januarynext
"IU.H: a f his tOJ I of excellent land always sharing the public joy ;and I HAT pleasant ,a valuable house and lot situated
ulh. is
The Grand There a tract _6 and LOT, owned by Col. John R.
the the east side of Palafox Street And '
Jur'y heai' certainly an evidence, of gratitude upon : .
the W1tfles! for the on this river, and already affords a, ; Feuwick. Apply toRobfcMitefeell' McV; -
felt for,his important services, could not atijelning Iheljesidence of Wm. y,
: : only' UnhtthereLre : gor.d settlement of industrious far- but be in satisfactory to'him, by,being i with aU the outbujlding said lot_ ink"
they are Convinced that, with- mers. Cotton and rice will, be expressed with more generally diffused I tffcnifo J. R.FenwicJcPensaooTa 40 feetfronVby 80 feet deep. ,'Ukenta tie

.."Itllt..,. ptllint h'stimonv, the de- their principal productions, and of pleasure;than1 by a sullen circle round a \, Oct. $th, 1824-31-tf.:, .(. property or 4E. P. Steele, to satisfy this
I .rHi:1\t: table ,the ,of which'will, in', writ and Cost.. *
OUgbjto 1 be monotony .
furnish ,
.., found these will boon our I
;'. guilty they 'I PRINTING
of all be but for
.!.t thh C spite efiort ,-e"cr monotony, Bery.Wyman, D; u.
,' on'lctton be : market with alargexmatfuiy.This ;: : .- : the
I unaccompa.t comparatively.to scenes, enlivcnedfcy with neatness d .
a Executed an 'V. Sebre .wuI '1f..
reasoable ;. "
doun: they river is obstl'ucted1Jy-a"largeI presffuce of twenty\>r thirty )oung and] 7-
t '
:1kfi4 J. .. t1he bill 'flanhu.s' ill I,raft near the moulh>, wbich. has h"JuJSUT feffUilp-;Qod!> tart gift, and].[ despatch at this- Office.. ,,p A 5 '2S1b.1 4-2..5-:' '. .

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?- p- L.I ____n--. "_ ._ '_ _J.I: ____- -= d' the lorriWevispge or old Steeplechase. Tot'--: J1t.er.B S' V : ORDINANCE. iNational Government ,
; ::.. -=- \........' (, ; : J0lm :
establishing '
,, lit ,To a-n nrdinancc,
j. "r rcv.iv l lREGISTER
I r (1". admirably -
I I .j'ftU. 1.. tr1, .l\1Is5. ..li'lddy went JE Merchants of Pensacola, wihng, _c. AND
_. form T in \ ticaitng.er'* cart. .
-- --- .: through ,1!regular encouragy'lbc.trade \ agons V OFOfFICf.1ip. ,
U ; the lLn btur as'also'to.obtulI Cotton of it.ordained: by the board of Alder- !k.J.
: I I javm uf -uttt) aCrcain, udnml l) lanuing to their place, BE P'sPilatioti pubhcatlOnf'Whi .
I p Jtlofirm'rnt J.Extraordinary :ftlis '- oV'cSj' handsome the- best quality, ,ajul being aware that ; ()the City of Pensacola; that an :; : devoted"' th..s (':;..
into the arms and the
on
who bring but a ordinance passed .approved .
can
hurtct cut small planters,
COnt.
r'etqf: not ktMitny, virnch (taXon, who* stood nca'rher. MTiafl litany quantity, to market at a time, deserve 27ll.VfJ 1823, to establish ascavcngenfcart of OFFICIU.STATE 'JOC. )I'
J OKI Dkdlin to lan he'w. almost take hcandthesame renewed, so PAPEHS, Sec.; is 1'1 I :
: fiti LuI: 1'adcly, .is 'ncoul\cment'ror, the pains they : lSSUCct
A Ib.u.Ocl.'vunxscF.--An aff.iii.icruuly ptlrified with liorrur. lie beemc with their crops, ll:lrCotoh'cd to : far astliat; the sc wenger cart thus to b* in each1 week: (or oftener .iF netnt
: .
;. : occurud I in tfcfjci- l he"would divide: the amount subscribed, two hundred I re-established shall visit ench house within sary) by Peter Force'a't. V
< aa though ghfly1avc 1h
thrc'c'.times week instead '
u\iy of Dublin, \\'I uh occasionedno"iniKll i : dollars,into two premiums, as men-I this city, a only,- of the National: St \
of bustle in Ihc fa- disal>!)t""al'tc1. 'Tiembling, and palehe tioncd Djftjow- for the best two loads cleli.vCred I of daily, us required by the ordinance .rER Government
degree : IS-Fhit
glanced fearfully on the huge before the first day of Janu- aforesaid. (lohlap V
jAil r""ot worthy old bi>brts:) an, ME or this able! P 1"I n4.
.; tie hunting whip, which poittntoubiyswung i arv nextfi Xnd be it further ordatnu., hat urn nay in advance. '
.
\ him[ not publish naixiLs) we ordinance shall take effect from The National
\ ( to to anti iro in he fist ()t old 1'RST! 'PREMIUM. I present Government '
_
: liverHjody I the 10th of this montl. until the last day J OUr.
;
btcophHh
\-ill l} culler.: who stood For tlffwirst Wagon l load of Cotton in nal will Cofltajn'I'he -
Sue'plechase, quietly of October and that the Maj o; shall
next
:\,.i-a Hid.dy.Sicc1K'chase bales ,
kvows less than six ,
laky not
,
with his arms a kimbo in limit 01 square say contract. by the month with the lowest Proceedings, ofCWPcs ,
a Hidc, and has a weighing!320 Ibs. each,or upwards be 5 t .
vquints ? Paddy, enjoying his terror bidder, and that the amount shall be paid large ;
buck though poor bound with sjx ropes or moie, a SILVER "
her
,
b'it of on the not other The Laws
a hump monies in
t } the and confusion. At length, to his VESSEL,with a suitable inscription, of out of11) treasury ;

: not much morr than preity4"c inexpressible relief, old bteeple- the value :of one hundred and fifty dollars, \\ise appropriated. Treaties ; VV'

\' all voluntarily ajjsumcd, \\ 11l'11 chase In a tone of mock gravity, or that sum:in money, at the option of the j V. H, Nisbe, Executive Communications! t V

;; u-\ fit st adoptcttt1L." Fl cnch. fushi..m' .- thus addressed! him-" Dearest successful candidate. Prefidcnt Board of Aldermen. Congress ; V '
,
of sticking oui their oackb, SECOND PREMIUM.For June 4th 1824, Approved, Official 1
Correspondence-
j'sonMn-law' don't be in
.
not a
uV.d wearing 'coaJ-) *.cu' tc! "bonnets. thc best small load .of Cotton in 1'. ALMA, Mayor''f All
i't t.li'ddlcd.Vhcll appointments to
itui what dill, this Sigh "f to P :duy t pet being you square or round bales, say not less than \ e ubscribeY, vii Military and Naval Offices' C'. V
!
want to the start of an o.dfoxhumcr each
itfe get three bales to wr'sjh 300 Ibs. or up- ;
d''Dundyv a. dapper gentlewijo lake care that 'oul x-ardsASlLVEtt'cUI., of the value of lias received, per the last arrivals fi.oii.Phuladefpaa Promotions aid resignation
, had di .co\ CI' d t that ) an'd.Orleans the : *,
'JJ'au ,
following
IIt ... l k'now the cJunu'v'el' wjncb the fif'.y' dollars, with'a.. suitable inscription the Army and Navy ;
II \iss Biddy! would l\a\e, :t lO,0 spurt lies. Nofir.d the shortestwayjoack other ,
: lii'ti she came of ago, 'J.hJrpc following persons have been appointed information (ifii.1cial
to li'n-u-oop 1"! 'V 1 as mav. f-r
; cQinnuttce to examine the cotton ;_ CIJl '
,. .. dent of Jier! papa.! 'FuVidy' ; time to time, be
needed is
He
Uti.Hl is charms, henu no more. and award the premiums expected p-omulgattt1'by

I Fad) put "watch ciiainv turned upon hijitrel[ and scarcely that alisiactory assurance will begiven GtffBarrels superfine Cincinnati flour, the National .

ur.Ud a urw g U I L leit tyu heavy kick of old SteepleC1hSe's by evdry individual offering for cither -' 4 chests hyson skin tea, & 6 chests It is printed: in a convenient
ith'icals brushtu .up his cubtor: lhat the lot of cotton produced is 5th t
i ; I bout, wluchappljcd to iiis gun powder do, imported April form for binding and referent

,, ]<;t'icd, giinnrd:, o.iIcd. uwrt" siiutt lhe growth ofhis. own plantation. 1824. and to each vplun.e will
1 lifted him 1 be
.U', nearly three fee F. H. Nisbet.N. 5 barrels loaf ddtd
'(!. In short, he so1'lgghd: if ifI'C' r. Sugar, index. -
I the grouiUT.r* T-he old V a copious
limtlffis far as his Si3'S v c>uid gentleman H. Allen 100 boxes porter ale and cider,
; The first volume!
lrlsull'l retl/rned with his 12 barrels
copperas
into1 Mibs } commrDce4
tt : U'I: m11 him to wiigijlr that)) she ITfuiicied daughter *; and report sashat Jas. }}. Selby, with the last Session of C ngress':

;' Itch1y'i!) i )K(hfShclf(1 jjraci in b, lu\ C. Tadciy Paddy O'Damly was seen at Kingstown V Jos. C. Keyser, Hardware and each future Volume \\iJ\\ :
JJr
;
' : sneaking out as steerage: F. Pasquier. gin with a Session.
bkilfurly}
: made his upprc&ches, V .1 ton American castings, The
-.I : ;tiid at length propoii-d an rloptrtrnt passenger from the Bristol steam Pensacola,9th August. 1824.-23-tf. 1 do. English} do. 1 Papers, sent by ,mail, are

' 'k: ; to Gretiia.: MLs did not packet; shorn ot'his beams, havingphttged 1 do sweJcs iron, I packed with the greatest c re, j fa

B'acksmi'.U 'ntcel, soJfitiiuy at Southampton, all he Custom House, Pensacola, ? 5 bundles sheet do. '.. strong wrappers.J. .
t.itt" the gt
outd pledge! to the July 16th, 1824. 5'Norl'lCE 2 do. steel,
to l-a- pay expense .. V
tiiIid: to I un
was* 20 nails, assorted 3d 4d, 6d, 84 Su1NN'SPANiiA
(of l his home. kegs ,, ,
passage
I JJS.l 1'hc cjily (iUt'sti'l'--UO\\ %VS .5-Vt lOd, 12d,20d. subscriber having discovered
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: rAN r 1 To Masters of Jres: els after rounding TIHE
; o\\' 10 rais- the wind. Paddyrr 100 doz. knives and forks, of' -uaim'i cekk Jaanoce

', -' *'d\, awl begged, &utl bot'z&p '\.- OKDJUS l.eE, Tartar Point.HE 20 do. Pen and pocket knives. i I }' ., bas now a supply on hamifo,

Jmlatlast: ) I b)' IcitniR his old To an.enJ the ouimaiices' :: to raise :i rcvc- L4 Collector has fixed a lamp at the .20 do. Padlocks, : sale He has reduced the .,rice from *

CdJU'1hd l.iiciiitiic City of. i'ciibaeoiu! passed I2 corner the Custom-House which 6 do. cofTeetniills' V 50 to g2 50, cr by the dozen 24.

1 %\i. r no h's scheires, : lhlkcember. lb:::2, and 4th June last: uill be lighted every eveningfor the benefit 10 do. brass candlesticks All charitable institutions m the LY

1 ) {i"7.t._ "hI o!f his savings' te Sr.cTio 1st. of those who arrive after dark, to 10 do, pocketbooks, V ted States and the poor will be supplied

: ..4 ('t,..".;u: i. ."..r t.t/: tCUISkH. \1: I'U lie J1'dallletll'y tie t Hoard of Jlderncit enable them to come up to the proper 1;do. patent sauce pans '''1'1: grafts. -

; ...... ;- : ( "J'J iv...] %.. ':Miss i lhd.i)", under I : of the City rjorfsaitTh l for thepitsent anchorage. The Light bears from the G do, Carolina, hoes, V ,Ie citizeri 6f the principal I citlesani:

3 ., -. t ( ( t,. --I' 'o'iu :Li; m ss, teiirtd tally I year, and annually! hereafter, Point, N. N. E.V distant- about 6 miles.' 1 box planes, towns will.JOiI1t.ati agent, to ortltr g *
: there bliail be 1 levied $ doz, carpeiiters hammer dstnbutetliis'iiiedicine
and collected The of will to the \
boiled I on all depth water vary from 7 to 4 PIt
,, : iui .
'. ,1'i \ ) ; lo iioni 'V ,
!i ; ., .. I houses and t lots the propel of persona fathoms. Good anchorage will be found 20 do. gimblets, will be supplied; t' ;
b.' 5\ :! -d: heli, with aU the di"if '- ithin the V 6 do. draw knives, This Medicine Is (
: ; : .; dv/. rcsichn'if v corporate limits, a tax in a direct line from the light in 2 to 5 celebrsta.-dV t
o I, jojs of an crt"t'IH : of 3 boxes No. 10.cotton cards ofthe folio V
; : j ,' .j.,,cAI.( i'1fl.JlC I tv.chU-fhecentson each one Imtl red fathoms. 19-tf cure wing i3C:1S..f f : bcroliai
: ; .1.\, b' hi f.i ihro.ugs be winw tlollais! c; the value thei'cot. 20 bags shot, or King's evil, ulceiatcd or' putrid sere

( ij into the armsot t IH I expectant Suvftl. Be itfnrthtr Ordr.1lPcThat PENACOLA.JUST : 20 kegs powder, throatlong standing rucunut.catlccrwcutnneous ,
[ on all: Jionses and lots, \Vithm this .disease, white sucihng
: \. an, who toMhuU'tt hc-r with its j iris.liction claimed city or Goods diseases of the bones and all and
or owned by anvpel tQDI 1r II9 Dry car tS 6t2c.,
dl: inal Kve. to
'lrstalioii t ai I Ij't.
' rally of an ulcerous character
1I I : I bon or person, r.rrt residingtherein, and chrnic .

i: 'j' :'J l d l cur, intending to carry thcrcsTaII; be levied and collected! tax: received per schooner Caravan 1 trunk fine brogans, diseases, generally I ar.snig dcbililll

1 1't' to Kingstown, ", lid thence to oi. I thc tt. -in c cents i
lki;" ,..herpool. : Oft* they wnt and dcl.'ars; of t hi.' value ifi rcof. the frrmer supply of books, among' whicharc 10 reams foolscap paper, from syphilis, or :itt.:ctlOG arising ther

,: elated I the clcxierity: of :au3d.: lie it ju.t/;,... Jrdainetl, Thaton following! : 10 do. letter do. from ulcers in the Linnx, lw s.k .
a\'d by
t \ all;I La\v\ers, rlnpK'iaiis] and pusonsholii St. Hon n's \\ c\\\\, byjhe author of Wavcrlyidiiiffiieltl's boxes. wool hats, And that dreadful dfsesse CCC.ssGstdbsV'

liis sr.r.emr,. .puuted. .a Jeiter (for : );; ci\l: appointment-* under the ge" // Medical Practice, ALSO-20 doz. Lee's London FilJj, long and excess,%e is of incrcun, c, V
Y'1' .(.t.'t"'Il'Ci"1 t'. w hich 1 he threw n'I'al. or territorial goxernmenls, except Franklin's Journey to the Polar Seas, N. H. ALLEN. It is also useful iii'di'eases oftJlt f.n"rr.*

1k! .t I(1(1.! iude\\. nutaiie.s pubiie altdIIJtces of the peace, Hajji n ha's Adventures, June 15th1824. CBRrlP1C.i1TKI
iol being lawyers there sliull 'Valdo'sNaa Heios, Prose bv a Poet, have withni
1 1 lu hUaTj.er soon wafted them : be levied ,Uie Just tvoyears, haj
1 : Liicr fol, tusd turner "the : id! toliectcd! a tax of five doilais.f fongsttr's Museum, Salem V> itch craft, FItESUGOODS. an nppurtuuily &ifcebii "i,4* toiil case* of

0 {< '}r. 't Ii. tfleit fujther Untamed, That Coleman's? Anecdotes, very \' -. uiCfiNvir.cii, hating rt-
THE SUBSCRIBERS
t.: t-bii'ti < {jus fc.si as hoiM-s coullI' tin're shall ht.'h'icd1ul collected on all Egan's Sporting Anecdotes, ssted previously the regular: motles: of

...n\. tt.cm, lo ihrirdfsiiuatinn.- doi s in the c'.ty: nforcsasd, a tux of fifty dregrrv's.Chesterfield, 2 1.8. HAVE received per Brig Leopard, treatment, were healed by the use of Mr;

I' 4..' lu'M morning caily} (ld) hterpit I cents,. Nvluch; tax shall! be paid by theo Chailotte's Letters to V nter, Hitchcock, from N. York, a very Sb 4i1n's panacea, andJtiio belul\cfroii

.' S rhasi-Unoi-keci al his daughter'sand \\ nei (;1' oners thereof. Hiimornoit'snew collection Anecdotes, handsome and extensive assortment of u'hat I huve seen, that! it will piove M

-- !, Si.c. 5lh. Jle ilfrhcr Ordained, That Le .S'age's Devii; on Two Sticks, CBCD'1)ID' important remedy In scrtfulus, vtr.er.aii
11i' f"v" irce'ninj; no Answer, I tbe per on .1 taxes mentioned in the 3d La Pej rouse's Vi.j age,Living Plays 3 vola. mercurial diseases.

:1\:\ av.il !> coniing alarmed, he applieoIUN and 4th paragraphs of the 3d tection, also New Hobmson Crusoe, suited to the present and approaching N. CHAPMAN

\ ; bhouiviers, and in a t winUinj.lorcd the fax on sword canes &c. mentionedin Phillip's pecilies, T}tlcr's Elements, j seasons, viz ;- 3 I: D:

un nuVanci'. But the bird the ilh purapfiaph of the same section Tales of JV;y Landlord, 3d Series, I 15 packages ladies' and genllemen'afine Professor of the Institutes ami Pi acticetf

t.ftlie Ordinance .1 fine Scott's Lad'y ofth-e Lake shoes boots children's PLl'tlc in the Utiivzraity of P."IlIJl.wz
ihail! fiiiun Pa d\'b-h-tter 1a\' ontlu ( tii of June last, : brogans t:
; took ale hi-ribv repealed.S \\ alkers Three Spaniards-2 volt. shoes, negro shoes &c. i Have employed the '*par.acta 0*" Jlr.

" 1'j iioor before him. lie," it ..c. 6t a. lit further Ordained, That Butler's Farmer's Manual, V 3 cases saddlery.fine and low priced, Swar.a in numerous i instances, wtiuiitie'

If : up and ri ad as fol1(1WR- the tax :s on slavi, on saddle horses, gigs Harbauld's Lessons -with colored plates, 13 packages domestics, brown and ash three years, and have always found in '

.i.\ '1' 1 i" "Dearest 1)cI Kleot-Don't be in .tiul 'four \\ heel carriage--;, shall! be raised Depping's Evening's Entertainments, bleached shirtings and sheetings, 1 xtremely efficacious, cspecia.iy in secw

r S a i'<-rU being diddU'd.cVe have .uul colic-cted\ in c nontonr.itv thc Urdin- Swing's Geography, Gregory's Legacy, plaids &.C. pry sv philli andmcrctirialdsease. have
: ..Ice; of the 29th of December Locke's & 2 bales flannels assorted,
t nut at least fourteenor fifteen 1822, all Bacon's Essays, po hesitation in pronouncing it a medicine
:roO h 'ub$ qta.'It: provisions to the cuntrary Uodgdon's Letters, Linnet Song Book, 3 do. \\ !lute and blue plains, of inestimable value.

'\I' "i' Itouts\ surt of \ou, so you need Hct withs'andil.g'. Life of }'ranklinshington's Life, 3 do.. 3, 3i, 4 &. 41 potnt plankcU, V GIBSON, M.D.

1'. not Wusu: NCUrtitfle and tvoney ii< S r.('. 7th. .-.'//:! le It further Ordained, Watson's Philip 2d ana 3d, 2 'V018.I 1 do London })uffie1 s, heavy, Pro fel80r Surgery in the Uni-cern't t

;: 41 1Ui; butt. I am going,!:; to be married Tiat! all and c\crv: pro\is".on j of the Oriii- I lIawts' Life of Newton, Putnam's Life, 1 clOt Osnaburgs, ,. of rennaylTtnia
-
:. t at Pans, u.d lb do the thing .iianccs oi the 29lfi &December: 1822 ar.diih nonapa c's Lifcstl's' 2 cases Irish linens in half pieces, '. JOHN SJlIUN, C&auiL

-4',* -' ( j-i-nleelh\ to that the family_ will of June, ib'J4: \\ kids arc not IbrmaiK ..\ Cooper': Lectures, VFerreer's 1 bale fine Russia sheetings, rMlladelphin, Feb. 17,18 3-13 lam Ij
IeI w. pealed ('1' au-red by tins r MC ;cal Histories; 3 cases Url'ster's hats assorted,
IG }pviscnt oniir.ance :( N. B. For sale at Smith and Pearsall's S.
haxeuocausi I bf ashamed I of it.Aswhalii .
,, to shall 3 do. wool hats, '
; receive their lull and entire Muiray's Materia: Mcdica, F:; corner cf Tl. r.l and Market Streets.
none rant be undone, 1 1be execution. Phillips on Indigestion' 1 do. Leghorn Flats and silk hats, Euch publisher of a in the.

;; ) flU \\ 3 in! scnd me, for my Hid-' SiKil. Patterson 9 Baudelocqiie's Midwifery, 14 packages assorted' fancy and staple nitcd States, is requested newspaper to publi..b tn

c\\"s\ .,ka.. letter If credit on Par JT'e811ellt oiler's Law of Executors, goods, advertisement once a month for one jed I
pro. tern nft/ic
Hl.-xckstone's Commentaries 4 vale. tlowlcrs, linen ticking, cotton do.
Russadiapers
k s, 4S 1 have only! just cash for thejoimiry. V Jhmd I ; and send their accounts for Jt nsent.P31 .
of'4idei'azen. Bishop Home on the Psalms, Jtfdies cotton hose, lead,slate and -- .. ---- -.....-}.. } ,-

1 am 'your dutU"ul'souin.lu Approved p.ALllt,1u'or.Liy Aug. 17lh, .Ib23. Man-hal's Friend's Family, &c. &c &c. black worsted do. mixed cotton, black! the President cf the United State

elect. \ ___ WHICH, white and mixed worsted and lambs' wool "I"X pursuance of law, I JAMES Mosio,

F P. O'DANDY." : William P. Uuval Governor oj together with the stock heretofore on half hose, white jeans, dimities, flag h'kts, fl_ President of the United States, do

,. .' ,t "Stole away!" roared out .Id the Territory of Florida.rilOCLAMATION.. hand, composes a very extensive and general buck-skin amt beaver gloves, white and hereby procla m and make. known, that

; /: Steeplechase, wiih a trementlou*. assortment of books, and will, be coloured Kid and silk do. prints various a public sale will be held at the tolI '
: sold \t theNew-Ycrk for cash. qualities, black: figured silk Italia.i the
' .f Xe V prices lute- Jarkaon, the seat of government of
:' .. ; 1.;: ua h.hI hl'o\\'U out! jockit-d ,h\ 1\WHEIU'\, in pursuance of an act Country Merchants and 'public or private string, white sattin, white and bUck le- state nf Mississippi, on the first Monday

J: that (1-d puppy! But slop; let uJl' I \/U; of the Legislative Cor.ncil of the Libraries furnished on the most liberal ntine, coloured fiorence' white and in December next, for the disposal of the

i I.. huve a look at the countr) ," said Temtoiy of i'lr.rida, apjiiived the 24th terms, and such books as are (;rdet'edand black Italian crapes, white tulle, India Land situate in the following described,

: liP; as he snatched up a map, After <1:1of June, 18J3, Coirimissionei-s "ereappontcd are not on hand, will be procured with as sprigged mulls and leno, 4-4 and 6-4 imi- townships and fractional townships in tW

, \' 01 V a r.iJmeni'b consideration! ; to select the most eligible and littie delay as possib1t.Orders 'from a tation book, 4.4 and 6-4 cambrics, 9-8 Ja'conet .district of lands ceded to the United'StattJ

,. VV a convenient situation: .. for the seat of gwTnment distance will be as promptly attended to, floss cotton, linen thr,'ads, white bv the Choctaw Indians, viz:
)l/ud
;
!
ially-u! procliamed. his rilUtli : ol'-tln .1'e.'nJtol'\I f Florida I aim and meet with the same liberality as a .ma coloured linen cambric cambric and J2st of the Meridian line ofthe District of
: !- ( >;pes that lie should the said: Commissioners have handkerchiefs chintz
11ft' yet overtake reported tome personal application. V uwn shawls, em Pea liiver.
:t the I fugitixes that they ha\e selected a scite in the broidered and Denmark dresses
I :. "Lynch, ,' of W. Hasell Hunt. crape Fractional townships _,, ,- '
i said l he Hh ; Cquntv Ca'lsden, situated "about a milt black silk vestintr. satt nets. hlur.t a.nrl "
I'HniS: the bl (.km:1I I v .:.,-.u.u..u. -. f -* Nos. 14,15,16, & 17, ofrmb'e
;iII "- uith ull speed. A h, the: puppy helAou't 1"v'i'm\ralhhassc>\ ine ohl deserted fields of ORDINANCE- coloured bombazettes, bombazines i p-p;; : 14, 15, 16, & 17, .//5'.
about AN
V V ,old ,. a half mile south of the jn and Norwich crapes, linen damask ta- West of the Meridian Line of tIle ChoctafDistrict.
jockey an sportsman soeasy. Okc.lcck.o-ny Tullahasse trail, at a. Toprevent/zeop/efrom bathing in ole cloths, Madrass handkerchiefs, blue .
r ." la such exclamations) he point u here the old red
Spanish road is inter i nd stroods, brown linens, &c. &c.
the
day time infront of/he city. Townships
: sec e( hya small f-
1c: "l'lI l'l his feelings till the mare trail running southward- ALSO, 1 of ><> ,
No, 7, 8, 9, o, & 12, range :J"
In E it ordained the Board of Aldermen -
was brought to the door, and !be l kv(. Cefflsof the! discretion in B by 9 casks Cutlery and Hardware, 7, 8,9, and 10 a. !
V ) !d act, antI for the in of the city of Pensacola that 5 & 3V
<< packages Liverpool glass
whiethi ware
Ii4 then tiroxe Kingsioxfn 7,8 and 9
; to fonration of the ,
good of irom and after the seventh day of June 10lhltrict.
people this Territoo 1 cask sad-irons
1- reached in time 1 )have East of the Meridian Line of the ChCta",
'
: just lo step onboard thought to issue this current, no person shall bathe in front o> 5 dozen frying pans,

.:Wr V the ijfitjsh! steamer. On my t'iochniation, requiring the member the city; during the day time, between 3 casks weeding hoes, .

p JV his arrival) fa&J3nstol he posted of Honda the Legslauve Council of the Territor the Point Verducant and the Bayou de la 5 bundles wire and hair sieves., 7,8,9iO TownshipsNo. 11 12, ofrangeSO': V
to : ; ,
; assemble and this ordinance
at the Aguada, one violating
scite any
V above 10 'boxes''biUemore'a $
VV without stopjlfng to Southampton, described, on the day appointed law'for if a white person or free, shall cotton. cards, The lands reserved bylaw for Ihi
by No. 10. Wl1L
litre he fount the whichrun the V : of schools for other ,
v steamer next session theofI pay a fine of two dollars, or in default I or purposes :
7 bundles
: ( ; from that place to Havre deGreece. Given under my hand and the thereof shall work at the public works of spades, excluded from'the sales, which- will cO L
tlO
't. I 3 tons honoware, the lowest number of sec ;
An offer of 50/ induced seal of the said Territory at this city eilfhj days, or if a slave, shall receive 7 do. S.wedesand American iron.." mence with : V
: ,. *
V Pensacola, the 4th ten,'joshes, unless the should townships, and 1".Lngeand.wlll p
'V owner
the day of .
CaptainVoput I to t'a with all 1 do. Germrsi steel, in numerical order. i
"March
m the pay a fine fone dollar. :regular 'r.i JVV
of
gjV: possible expedition, ,and in the J Lord, one thousand year our t F. II. Nisbet 80 pieces on'bagging, V 'Given under','my hand J,at the :
eight 500'Colls J1!
course of a few hours he landed atHavre. !- hundred and bale-rope, Washington, this fifteenth day of ::
twenty-four, President hoard oj 4ldcnnen. 25 bags coffee, I
A D. 1824
and ,
l of the
I1eiicehisjourney to Paris Independence ot June 4th R24' 2 London ;
cases
VV -Approved, mustard, JAMES MONROE.
the
t t vas, quickly mile.: He then the united States"of America P. :ALBA, :Mayor. 1 do. cayenne pepper, J7y the President: V

? took his station at, Maurice's and, 4 WILLIAAI forty eighth.P. 5 jr."casks sweet Malaga wine GEO.-'(" AUAM, ,' .:

:t having refreshed himself, quietly By the Governor, DUVAL. NITRE. HALL GUN POWDER... Boxes and demijohns old Madeira' ... Commissioner'oFtlie Gen. LapdW. O m'.(

4 waited the arriiarof. the runaways, I 'O'EO.V ALTOS, Subscribers, for 10 boxes sperm. candles, 1'" HASLLdecdjSills llU.N'j.'
"" .* TilE agents the pro- 10 do. 'sweet oil, !
I 'In due lime up drove with r..ious Sec'ry of Florida. .tors,i will be constantly .supplied 2 kegs of sale, '
.patent shot,
,
: March 13 ;
haste a rumble tumble c'arrlmgc with this powder which has been highly j1LLdraw .
AND iit bORE boi &c.tIll;
V. nt
tt.NOTICE.
approved by all who have used ,iVand is
conjoining the enamoured Cogniac bran most forms, andaltendjo J |
confidently recommended ,to ), peach brandy,gin,Tene- apgteved '
;f ,J; Paddy handed out his purchasers; rifle and .dry Malaga wine other wh| which may be camPlIrJ.
pair. prize* DUIlING'my absence from PensacoTa it is warranted equal, if not superior of pepper, pimento .g
( full ,r aiid exultation inhaling whiskey, young hyson.hyson skin him, with promptness anditpCU1LCY! ;
; ( triumph > HUNT is.my agent and any made in the' United,States, and" far '
; vith delight the tickling attorney in fact. above London Tower ,Proof. For sale: and gunpowder tea,. fine table salt in on reasonable terms'i his' tUJ.stiJ;.'
families the clerk's office renders an ap t ,
smahl,1oesfQr .(
'., 4 wrapping j
by paper
o d soun()ltol" MsTor Angllla from thepostillions. John Miller. A &c.,& /,.tur sale. by I to him convenient for those wbO'4': .
A. STONE &
fcBul suddenly apidtr August nil-22-If. F. II.NISB&T. j Stone fc 'Nisbet.S about to execute any "rJ.,
100 kegs ju rcccivecL. I :::'
.. : jpt. 17th, 1824.!. lugbichistobevecordCd.1,.:.,,,,." !o..F-4J.:
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