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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: October 23, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
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l't'JlLJ1tn rvF.nr UTl1RDAI' 1: One has yielded himself to"the' u-I rferrence; He had learnt' mOl'e from confession, it was''I that descended. cy-for aIthoibno one can, entertain -

:Iwr.I1AsEEiL HUNT, : ited.yoire of a people, and returned -' ,his right honorable friend, than to know, yo*'." a higher opinion, than mysjslf.of -
EDITOR, .. ,AXp' KOPxieroB : 'iii his alje, toreceivethe 'grat : from all'trie men with whom he PITT AND- -SHERIDAN: ihc"energies pf bath officers '
Publisher of the'J&teiofilurifnJictl State i,tudli of the nation to whom he devoted bad ever converged." In. February, 1783' Mr...,: Sheridan and mehf employ eor in:inat-narras-:
SubSCI1titln'C; tlolUrs a year ill mlvxnce. I his J ,uth. Itis recorded on .MJ". Burke said, that "he could, first. came into direct. *,.contact' ing service, Jam firmly opinion .

for Advertisements twelve lines inserted or under uc One'for I the pages of American 'history, without the least flattery or exaggeration '- with Mr. Pitt, who was then Chan- that'. their success' .. has been by no
the Dollar first insertion every -each subsequent insertion that, when this friend. four country assure his right honorable '-: cellor of the Exchequer j and it is means, adequate -to the'loss of the' <<

Kitty Cents. applied our commissionersat friend, that the separation of a evident that the attack. was premeditated -; valuable,lives. ,of our countrymen '

Single papers. .-twelve and-...-a--half cent- !-- Paris, in 1776, .for a passage in limb from his body'could scarcely ,on the part 'of Sheridan which. .have. been" sacrificed in, ac? :
----- the first ship they should despatchto ghe him more pain, than the -dr. in at arabitiois aim,to cgp lion, andjby! disease, and to the enprmptif i '
= iis- : iiA1aN"i.: America, they were obliged to cumstance differing from him with this extraordinary young; expense:incurred.in lhes&

LAFAYETTE'S- / WELCOME.r.xiract answer him, (so low and abjectwas violently and publicly in opinion." man, whose,po\yers as an .orator I outfits, I 'am aware this is a .bold
from an Oration pronounced at then our dear native land). A bill introduced by Mr. Pitt in and a statesman, were .then the t asertjon..utIam; borne out in,it
. cii1brhtre !Mass before the Phi Beta that they possessed not the means .. the following.year for the better general theme of dmj-ratioh.;;; b'y circumstancesof, which the Afnericah _
iiappi: Society August 27, 1824, by nor the ci edit sufficient for.providing government of Canada, gave ,riseto When the preliminaries ,of peace I ,people, have yet a 'faint. i: .
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professor! F. Everett, (Gen. La Fay. a single vessel in all the ports another debate between Mr. came under consideration, ,Mr dea., The burst of indignation
cite toeing present.) I France. 'Then,' exclaimed the Burke and Mr, Fox, which completely Sheridan levelled,some strong observations caused, ,fivj the first reports'of these
friends such is hc.rX101't:1tion
. Y cs, my which calls, on us to .I youthful hero, I will provide ray ,dissohed their political against Mr. Pitt, who r1n&a tlons, found, ,relief in tho* I:
own 1' and it is a liberal\ fact, that, connexion.Mr. could not well avoid taking notice proposaltoze d. after these .marauders
exert uur powers to employ ourtime ] fhcn.II America,was too to Burke in a very eloquent of them. Alluding Mr. Sheri our '
poor I : gallant tars, and never 1
and consecrate our labours, .
otter him so much as a passage to speech, which trealeu almost entirely ; dan's dramatic. connexions and has expectation been:disappointed ,
ofour native land.Whon .
: in the cause in that solemn- our shores, he left, in his tender of.the French Revolution, pursuits, he? said, "no man admired ftih nt1Jcr ,the8c could find them. r,
q. we engage of youth, the bosom of home, of happiness saul, that although on some occa- more than he did, the,abilities But our vengeance has been. '
study, the liUiory our race of; of wealth, of rank, to plunge I sions he had differed with Mr. of the. honorabl: gentleman, the wrongly directed., We do not:
i when we surve his cradle} the progress in the Eastto in the dust and blood oC our inau- Fox on political lUestions, yet elegant sallies of his thought the strike' at the! root. This hydra ,

man these, from last limits of)is wandering spicious struggle. "in all the course of their acquaintance -' gay effusions of hfs fantyV his..dra still exists ; head after head has ..' '.
: behold l him forever Welcome, friend of our fa- and intimacy, no one difference mat ic turps, his 'pigra tit: been cutoff! othersjsprout ,up, and t t
; ; when we from Cland thers.to our shores Happy are of political opinion had ever points ; and if they were reserved: at. the expiration'pi full three f

flying westward thraldom, bearing his,jeliinous our eyes: that behold those ,venerable for a moment affected their friend. for the proper' stage they would yearswe I'have, still"to. ': ask' ., whatrnannerm9reetTectualcanbesug. .
mountains fe tures. Enjoy a triumph, ship. It ct"rtainlVas indiscretion no doubt, receive what the hono- ; ':
household gods over and finding such as never conqueror: or monarch 'at:'any period, hut much greater ai I'ahl"ntleman's abilities always gested for the object ,we 'have ia
and .seas, sucking; rest enjoyed, the assurance that, his time of life, to provoke enemies -' did rcrci. >c'-the_ plaudits: ,of the vie* ? ; .

none, hut Mill pursuing the the flying I throughout. America: there is not i or to give his friends causeto audience. ; and it would be his fortune ,- 1fhori'g of this--, Hbato.ftjfrpua- ;,
bow of promise, to in glitteringhills I a bosom which does not beat with desert him ; yet if that was to be *ui filausu guaderc /ieatre.But .-;-. practice has already' ,been.traced' toUe '
which it Hesperian
spans but exclaim I joy and gratitude at the sound of the case, by adhering to the British this was not the proper scen ,< .disolute! ,and, immoral habita'
' clImes, we cannot your. name. You have alreadymet constitution, he would risk all; for this exhibition of these elegan of the lower orders of people' of the
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with Bishop of Berkley, who generous bestowed and saluted, or will soon'rrteet and as public duty and public prijdence cies, and he, therefore, must b*'g Island I of Cuba, to, disbanded, pri-;
; prelate benefactions England, well the few that remain .o( the taught' himin his, last wordsto leave to call the attention of the; vateersmen, and to, crrxvsof vessels _
his : as as ardent patriots, prudent counsel exclaim, "Fly from tlie Frenchconstitution. house to a serious consideration ,formerly employee' .in. ,the"African .' ,,
'Westward blessings the, on Star our: of country Empire, takes its hrs, and brave warriors, with ." : of the very important 'question before -, trade. But sufficient ob-
i whom associated in On this Mr., Fox whispered, them." _
way ; you were achieving : serva.'ion has not been directed to, \: _
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The four first acts already past, our liberty. But you "There is no loss of friendship, I Mr. Sheridan, in explanation, other causes, not less important,, .
'; The fifth shall close the drama. with the nave looked round in vain for the'. hope." :Mr. Burke answered with adverted in a forcible manner to ;and these.arethe, afiatjiy and efo-, ,

i Time's day noblest; offspring is the last. faces of many, who would have lived some wal'nlth-H? there is ;' I : ihis' personality, saying he need tism of the mass.of the population,: -
$; Iii that! high romance if romance years of pleasure on a day like know the firice ofmy conduct, our : not comment on it, as the propriety rich and poor-the symfiathy of others -
it be in which the this, with their old companion in F1IIEXDSHIP IS AT AN END." In the : the laste, and *he gentlemanly although they may not be(
minds of antiquity, sketched great the: arms and -lrother, in p,-iil., Lincoln course of tnis briUiuni speech, Mr. point of it, must have .been observed dtrt-c ly concerned in pira i<-s; aud- _

fortunes of the to come, they and Green, and Knox, and Burke, reasoning vtiJi great to the house ; but," added he, lastly, a gross andjilavish selftin-'
to themselves ages a favoured Hamilton, are gone ; the heroesof wamth, checked hi pself, and addressing %* let me assure: the right!'honorable' te.reti which. brings, .forward; :

region pictured beyond the ocean, a. land of Saratoga and Yorktown have himself lo the chair, SHI J, gentleman, that. I do now, and wiilat crowds of persons, i defiance, of
: equalaws, and happy men. The fallen, before the only foe they .'1 am not mad, n )st noble Fe-sius, any time when he chooses to ; *11 law,.to. purchase .from, thesec
could not meet. Above all, the but speak the words of truth and repeat this sort of allusion, meetit marauders, goods of de-t
primitive poets beheld it in the islands .I ,, every:
: first of heroes and of the soberness." with the must sim'. humor S
of the blest ; the Doiic men, ere good scription, at low prices ; persons
': bards surveyed it in the Hyperborean 'friend of your youth, the more Mr. Fox rose to reply ; but for ; .nay, I will say more ;, Battered otherwise of'good, character, aud.<< :
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the of the aca- than friend of his country, rests in some time was so overoivered by.is and'encouraged by the right respected in the communitybut ut. '
regions ; sage I the bosom of the soil he redeemed. -. that the teais tr.ckleddown 1 honorable
demy placed it in the lost Atlantis; feelings, gentleman's panegyricon who have not the slightest idea' ,
and even the stern Spirit Seneca On the banks of his Potomac, he his cheeks. He look a review my talents, if ever I again en- that in this,they are acting amiss '

Gould discern a fairer abode of humanity lies in glory and in peace. You of the close intimacy which gage in composition he alludesto. It is or/ing the'apathy .1,speak of _
; in distant regions then will rcvisitthe, hospitable shades for nearly twenty five years had I I maybe tempted to, an act of hat the island is'so,quictunder Any .
of Mount Vernon but him whom existed between Mr. Burke anU : to improvement _
unknown. We look back presumption, attempt .an goveritmenf! or 3u y' ,change ;
these uninspired predictions,upon and you venerated as we did, you will himself, and complained oftne i ignominious i on one of .Ben John- ?nit. to that,! also is'.qwing the little /r

, almost recoil from the obligations not meet at its door. His voice epithets that his fiieiuinad I :, iflS' best characters, that of the oncern, which'.-irfdividual..:..... ..'" takes, I' _
t they imply. By us must these : of consolation, which reached you applied to him. I ,angry buy in the, jilchymitt" _' Jn the inte.restof.his neighbout- _
fair visions be realized-by us l in the Austrian dungeons, cannot Mr. Burke said, he did not recollect This reciprocity ,of t>arca. ;>ticjjdicuie the public, insomuch that one i U
- mast be fulfilled these- high auspices -I now break. its silence, to bid that he had used any. occasioned: much sport? 'i ,thcugjt deficientin--common. i pru-,
which burst in irying hours you welcome to }his own roof. Bus Mr. Fox replied, uMy; right that period ; ar.d the whimsica1' depce, .who would put forward..:his. I
from the longing hearts of the the grateful children oi America: honorable friend does not recollect application: of Sheridan's. : dramatic\ talents,, hi: person,,or his .pvirse,:
Champions of truth. There are will bid you welcome, in his name. the l'a"ithl'ts-they are out of leading, fixed upon 'his opponent either,in detecting akJelinquentf.;*

' no more continents or worlds to be Welcome, thrice: welcome, tour ) nis mind ; then they are completely I. an appellation! which he did' not, .qr',adY nClng the,couirifoVgood.4.Jnany ; ., _
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v itvealed I ; Atlantis hath risen shores. ; and whithersoever and :ur ever out of mine. 1 cannot get rid of for many years. ,; ot'licountry! tic.)least. j
F from the ocean--the farthest throughout the limits of the continent cherish a r. collection bo painful --. .OoJ' .insinuation of$ crime.t'committed: ,,
Thule is reached] -there are no your course shall take you and from thU moment they From the l'vaaoialGazette., :U'ould: ,call, forth, the. .indignation'
more reU eats beyond the sea-no the earthat hears you shall bless are obliterated and forgotten." The following".exposition of the. ?)f every.individual in the comm.u't -,
you, the eye that sees you shall :true state of things.in Cuba asto hich. .
: more discoveries inerthope's.. SI.NGLE-Sl'KECH: HAMILTON. j r,; !031.dl.l.'is.e. en masse'if:
Here, then, a mighty work is tu he bear witness to :you, and every: The prevalent and often repeated -. the Piracies, comes frQm asourerwhich necessary, to-bl iJt" thAif'perle.t? """
fulfilled, or never, by the face of tongue exclaim, with heartfelt joy" assertion, that William Gerard I we know to be respectable; ,tar to ,condign. punishment la< S _
mortals. The Welcome, welcome La I'uyette. .ip f.vel'y.point of vi 'w. It is the .Cuba the : crimes '
man, who looks Hamilton spoke but once in the ; greatest are
with tenderness on the sufferingsof ..- li'ouse of Commons, is not strictly : ;result of personal observation and I poken'of' wii.h.Tndifference. *, nayjr:: "
good men in other times ; the From Percy Anecdotes. true.' His first eflort at parliamentary -' enquiry and ref.rs to interests too ,: such is the manner' of administer-' .
descendant of the pilgrims, who BURKE AND FOX. eloquence was made Nov m" important to be left in at uncertain i itjg.the 1a'ys (otherwise: good tin,

cherishes the memory of his fathers The powerful eloquence of these I br.-_ 13._ 1755._ .. when._ -,_n, tu__ use__- thi'Of ,-- _: !condition. Great Britain and the, : themselvesthat' the, pbj ct .with': __
1 .' ; the fiatriof, who feels, an : 'dI5tin is1lttd statesmen had long words. Waller resjctiIigDefl-I: United States will have to devise' i Judges ,as with lawyers:"is to rnak-' _____

; honest gluw at the majesty of the been exerted in the same cause, ham,,**he broke out. like the Irish : and execute in concert, some ,plan nione'y, from a suit, ".or the embar'...,
' systern! of vhich lie is a member ; and they were consult red the leading rebellion, three score thousand for the suppression of the piratical rassmenf of.:..an individual, "j- P.:; S
E the scholar, who beholds with champiot s of the House of strong: when nobody was aware system, more peremptory and cogent rtthan to" visit, :.the. :party with.
I rapluie the long sealed book of unprejudiced -- Commons. But on the commencement or"in the leas' suspected it." Certainly than any measures. hitherto j justice! ,A' )ngr : is' 'sometimes'
t uth expanded to all I.. of the French revolution, no first speech in parliament employed for the purpose. The executed f'oi murder-'a white
lo read : these are they by whom : they not only lock opposite sides ever produced such an effect, government of Spain has no real man .never' ;' and 'I know "of .ftlimb'
these auspices are to beaccom-I in politics, but actually: termina- or acquired such eulogies both power in the West Indies. I .'of the law;,.who made a boast,
plished. Yes, brethren, it is by ed a private friendship of-'!nan)' within and without the House of PIRACY. that He could take any prisoner S _
the intellect of the country that the years, and never afterward had a Commons, and yet no copy of chis Fresh instances having just oc- out"of goal he pleased. Piracy excites ."

mighty mass ,is to be inspired ; private interview. It was on a debate speech remains. For many yearsit cursed .JPiracies, ,on the coast of not. the-. least' emotion-re-' 'S
: limits parts arc to communicate relative to the army estimates was supposed to have been, his Cuba, and to an alarming extent, spectalle persons:are even found ;
and sympathize, its bright progress on the 9th Febuary, 1790, that only attempt, and hence the familiar it becomes the duty1; of every friendof :declaiming'against boats of.for-
to be adorned with becoming the first violent shock or conflict uf l1hlnc,of si'nglc.8/ eech was fixed humanity to bestow the exertions eigrvessel&Ofw r coming upon .. :
: refinements, its strong sense uttered opinions'between Mr. Burke and upon him ; but he spoke a second he is. capable ,of ,towards, thefr'coasts'9 airist these ma'r ii':.. '
' its character reflected, its feelings Mr. Fox took place ; both much time in Febuury, 1756, and checking a system, the crueltyof ders-Wl1l1e,9n: other hand,. ;
interpreted to its own children regretted the circumstance, and such was the admiration that followed wjtichj venture to, say, has, io. deposits of 'plundered goods a're '
to other regions, and lo af- passed the highest eulogies on : this display of his .elo-' parallel in hIstory! Entire 'crews still,.\leId, aJ. :Regla.: -The ,cargo' .
: *ter' ages. 4 each other. 0 qUltncethat Mr. Foxthenone, of ,uf vessel! after yessel disappearing of a Dutch brig was:' .;.traded. ,to* a '
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Meantime, the years are pass. Mr. Fox said, "He must declare ; the principal secretaries( of slate,: 'from existence, families, "reduced :store-,of a person at Matanzas. Regular ;..:
illg! away, an. gathering importance that such was his sense of the immediately procured, him. the appointment 'todistrpss and mourning' property '. coasting' e&seJs'are' employ. ..
in their course. With, the judgment of his right honorable of a lord.of trade. At. ''toan:* unheard of mount laid ed Jp'the traffic, andi; have seen'ajester

present year will completed the : friend, such his' knowledge of his the time Mr. Hamilton. made. jria, waste, and the barbarous. perpetrators from the w.ife of_a Judge -at" _
talf century from that :most imPortant principles, and such :the'valUe first speech, it was reported tbat, '. exulting in; ,the deed. Frinclpeto' her female correspondent -'-
era in human hlstoqy, the which he set'i.ipon'thein-, aril: the Mr. Burke had'written it for him, With, this view I take the liberty ; ,ine'htioning whata!, delightful
C'tmnenrement ofour Revolutionary estimation in which he' held his in gratitude for his having obtained of' rqaking a, few reflections.. time hey had; purchasing'' fates w, _
War. The jubilee of our na- friendship, that ,if he -were" to put a pension through his interest. Having just arrived from the island &c. if.tioducedby: pirates,,:at bair:_ I %
li Ptct: of time that li'as. elapsed he had learnt from books' ,' which in .the,better circles of that day, is seeing andhearing, : of these nefarious m'uaitound. any one who hears; .
&rOl'n that momentous' date, has he had gained from'science, and all totally' without foundation.. The transactions Havana and .it, is that, no'compunctionVvnoye1f.: .
Ido I clown in the dust, which the which knowledge .f'th *'world, connexion between Burke and tyaianzasand\ I fPpeal to every condeip'hation, follt ws'the's'mllr: : .
Ii blood of many of them had, 'already and 'Us 'affairs had'taugh him;'into Hamilton',did'n .last long; for a countryman; to every stranger. established -,1|j'.d'erous;,"acts, which_ even;to .read",of.
hallowed, most of :,the4 great one: great scale! ? and'all ,the'.improvements few years afterward, on' 'some, ,political at Cubji,, for the| truth: :thrilV the soul with l ':hof or.-'." :_ _
*ne'nl to whom, under ,evidence:, which*he IraoV:derived contest, Mr ;Hamilton.telling of whaf' am.abou to.state. J i'There is,"not a'pirate'loffcuba.wbfa; ;;.:

We LWc>our liational exlsteiiceattd from' his! -right honorable friend'sitjHtiuction Mr.. ut'ke..as'' coarsely' it;.was IavcfoaluI,,j?,iijr ?,j; itnessed,:(!from,a principle' of. rfeyenge_ orjt>fbupecstiiionVdpes r ,'. ,"".
rLtleges. A few still survive',a-: 'and conversation- unfounded, that"he took hint froma with the,greatest.regret the continuance .,:: : 'nptjiy in dis. i <
,Hicni: u!.., to reap the'rich fruit of the otnerhpshkould; b iLt''a-lo&s'toIdecide garreft/' the latter very spitefully ,. ', our.little: ,:, squadron? 'ds- ;:-1 NIIC:,'a,'XorelKnefc! Jt,ttk-J.tl': '
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empIoyctVuptm tlnrwharfdis* will 'increase ; other ..n1"an5,1n1t to '. a.t.t
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the' James Preston,- Esq. late Governor -. *.
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depredations>>, they returned community permits
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: to speak of their feats almost double crime of encouraging i Virginia, is appoint I I other hand it is 'stated

in the hearing of the public. the, offence and preventing the Postmaster of Richmond, in the Moore. in an Amsterdam: jfcpeP: of the13tlt .
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District the
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authorities of Cuba, ofpubsiveness: community be called upon for the The Philadelphia Press says : tier Esq. received at Odessa from CflStii1.
Wicklifle -
in this mailer, I must acquit the property destroyed, and for: an allowance Some idea of the feeling and eXpectations 9th District, Charles A. tinoplcjthat information'had 'be "
entertained in this city, Esq. received at the latter place ..
; Governor at Havana r&onall- as pensions to the widows br'tb

.- No one possesses s a nicer sense of 'and orphans of the murdered VIC- as to, the approaching receptionof lOih District' Francis ,Johnson English Legation, of the drst'Q'; ,_,

, justice than. Vives, and no one tims. I would venture my exist- the great and good La Fayelte, ;'Esq.llth I tion of: tfre: Turkish flett and ann'Qf
: be derived from the fact that District, Doct. Wm. .S. after. the.battle Jpsara ?'.
: looks upon the vices and crimes of encethat from the moment you may ..,'. : said
l. his country with crpa ..r horroi approach the! purses of that .COH1mutiny" -. one Balcony in a. good situation; Young.. I have been t-flected, b y the Grftk. .
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), 1 and detestation<< ; but it is not generally they will hasten to discourage in Chestnut street, opposite the 12th District, Gen. Robert' P.. fleets of I-I'dra'lnd Spozzia, 'ind

I known that hia powers ale themselves, pirates and Stale House, is lei kl the rate of Henry.-Commentator.- _, that their affairs in other pars

4; limited in this respect, the faculty piratical acts.. five dollars a head. In addition V'FOJlElH. were in, a favorable s\ate. "rj ne

seizing and judging pirates belonging to the above, the Democratic, London papers, however, discfi ht i
I
1! altogether to the marinedepartment. ])Oel'l S'l'lC., Prt ss avers, that no less than six- CONVICTION PIRATES. this intelligence although j is S\i
'
: : dollars is demanded for the ted in letter
: Govrrnor'A11on, at ty J\Tciv York, Sc/il. 18.-We yesterday a frornViennathatan
Matanzas, also bears an excellent New-York, Sr, t. 20.-The old use or a fine white Charger for the received Jamaica papers to ; express from Constauiin0pre--- : .'

. LI character,and certainly t1 proved favorite,' iron-sided frigate Con three first days of Gen La Fuy- the 14th ult. but had neither time had recently arrived there, but the.

: : himself enemy to Piracy, hut stitution, Commodore Macdo- ette's al'1' fal. Thirty dollars for nor room left to notice their con- information it contained) had' not

the corruption of those about him nough, made a majestic movement _- the loan of a.fine bay horse on the tents. We do not find, however, been allowed to transpire. {{ZA

invariably baffles every attempt to from the Navy Vaid to the I day of the arrival of the .Gen. in that they contain any thing of interest -it been favorable to the Turks

brin,; tlic.'it'' pests of society to the North River, or. Saturday, under Philadelphia, has been refused.A except the trialcondemna-, there can be no doubt :what: puhicjlly ; ,
t Not ofiicei'is sincere her three topsails. We understandshe Barouche is would have been
gallows. an splendid preparing execution of immediatelygiven
tion, and a number
r in his efforts ; many of these, 'even will sail for the Meditcraneanin in Richmond, by order of the I pirates. to it.-Omcr Pachavho -

In the cunmand'of forts along the a Sew days.! Her appearanceis committee of arrangement* for the Jose Maria had been ordered about tuo
On the 9th of August, -
coast, h:1blAen known to sharein not exceeded: by any frigate of conveyance ./f General La Fayetteto Benito months ago to march against th&
de los Santos, Cassol
the spoil produced.Of our Navy, and, although she is 27 the plains of York. Greeks with 10,000 men, hd
n
and Estevan Martinez, were placed
the head of the Departments years old, is pet fectly sound. La Fayette Lam/is....-Mr. San- at the bar, charged with piracv mained inactiveand was chargecj(
of the Marine I wish I could Arrest for 1"orgery.WilliamJackson with treason in the '
: derson of Philadelphia, has invented and murder. The Jurv fount Austrian 'Ob-. :
last arrestedby
speak as favorably, but it is a lamentable was evening a civic lamp, on an econo- tivm; all guillv. # server. The seat of the Gttciaft'
J. L. and Azael Conklin :
s.1 fact that this personage i Hays, mical plan for the of illuminating government is fixed ut Napoli d&Roman"
purpose On the UHh of August, Belta- :
I after 11 12 days search for for-
or ,
is his office
most to
incompetent .
the windows of houses The Turks from Negroponl .
zur Ttayle, Ramon Cruz, Fralciso .
This fellow has played !
a
I and so pusillanimous withal that gery. &c. It is said that one gallon) of Tamariz and Francisco Ceh-s- had/*ffrctcd larding en :
:. the dreud of hi ,.I lawyers and of pretty daring and successful game oil will supply two hundred of the'neighboring coasi, and :
tro Morales, were placed at 'the. pme
and the checksof I
forging
t I the malefactor .,\ cn1sdve passing Iraled far Athens
pieI but
several of our merchants these lamps, ;nd five dollars purchase bar, on charges<< of piiacy and murder as as failed ,
Tents !him from ever pursuing an upon
,a thousand ottht'm. getting possession of the citadel. i
committed board the Atm
.:4'Ti object of: this kind with effect. the banks. Day before yesterday: The Portsmouth Journal states on "
'rican schooner Martha and 1
,t.i' t Jealousy I too,' 0 f the I oxplois ofthe IIH forged a Ciuv.k of b 1300, and '
,'! that Wednesday week, the da There canbe no doubt that '
Jan Fowler. After the
Cupt. a -
Francis
,pas5d it to M Thomson, paiMii
}Il 1 ,: Americans and English, PI'.Ctl. :' of La Fayetle's visit to thai, town Turks have been stimulated :
him from useful Beckmaustrerifoi; R1600 worth .I ;: trial, the jury retired 15 to react '
( vents gianting assistance "
;
there were<< no less than nne prck- and in verdict their bloody scenes Jjy the
i. or co-operation. 11 a pilot of goods, and took a check for the iiuiiu'rs brought a \
is wanted, he cannot comm ind balance, on which he obtained the et-books stolen from the puc.kcts ol guilty against them all. They sanction of the Holy. Alliance.

P: t.!J; .' them, : ; if boat, it is out of order ; motie)'. ,Ht'is now in safi. keeping. of gentlemen of that town. One rccuinifiiid Ramon. Cruz, (a In the French, official paper, the: '
,1 of the light-fingered gentry was Moniteur, we find it distinctly ad. .
'
The Lumber boy) to -
Ship melcy.On
if assist otherwise great
ij. ; men to they are appearsto
have departed from Quebec for detected and carried to Pl'isor.-- the 14th of August, FrancIs.Vch'j'o'Jge" I. imtledthaf! "the most perfect harmony
', employed. :u .luH't.tuere is no Ift I Icordiality' I
p 'J t London.. Success attend her. She This information ought to hta Jaqucs Labourge, exists I betveentht, : Divan & ;
;;t ; no spirit, no expression j
: I'I'f' ion to elsewhere "
. ;: of good will to the service. As ] was towed<< down the St. Lawrence cau persons to Dennis Berteleu, Jean Joseph Chriv.ian Ambassador ; and iheConstitutionel
, !I..1 boat. It leave their pOl ktt-books at home, Dumaret, Anionic Sorbier Jean. after lamenting over -
.j i .., to his Navy, so far from these vessels by a steam might havebeen .
1'' 'Ii... {em-rally good aii.i fast sail- well for the boat to have towed when crowds rush to greet theircountry's Baptist <:aOnel, Leoner Cuburel, the late news from Geeecer

i :! .,tI1 ers,) being occupied in checking her aCross the Atlantic, as it friend. Louis Reneaud, diaries Iver- speaks of this as an event high/!
Boston, befit. I 15/A.-At the ?1u- ibis Antonio gratifying to the defenders ofegitirnacy { $
I, J!;! Piracy; there: is found an extraordinary v as _,uncertain how ? she would H t': nandtz, and
.;:'t:.: sympathy lJ.t (Wrt'U both' "behave") pji the Oceun. nicipal Court of i his City, on Monday Mcrcellina Morriega, were put iriuniph lo the parti-

", ,! : classes of the crews-as, indeed, i Boat. Palladium.We lust, John Shales, and Nancy upon their trial for piracy and zans dtrspotisai, and 4 cau'seo" (

: you may see one da)"'a set of people rejoice to hear that the his wife, who had been previously murder. From the evidence disclosed rejoicing to the enemies of ail no.

;:. engaged in acts'of Piracy ami Sepulchre of WASHINGTON on convicted of the offence of keeping (says the Daily) a more ble and generous sentiments.

t{ the next impressed irlo tin kind's';;'MountTrrnti is undergoing athorough a Brothel in Elliot-Street, "erest'ntellct.d diabolical s..t of wretches never France.-The restoration o! tho'
tt) pay a fine of two hundred lived, if La- ot :Pressvhich .
t I serviceitliout: : a dliar- of pay. t repair, preparatory to we except Jaques Censorship! ihe'
It is believed that if-A Pirate cainejt. : the<< arrival at that consecrated clolrars, and to recognize with !bourge, who, although an associate !j\\e mentionedon, Saturday, had

.i in the way of one of these' vessels !i spot of his adopted son.-Peiler surely for their good henavior in crime, appears to \<<- tempered << I been carried .into effect by ,a royal

of,war, they would pass um-xam-. late than never !!-Bost. Centrzel.Lexington and in case the fine should remain his villainy with one or two : Ordinance.-This "j:,ag act" i ipion'unc5ed is
16.-The unpaid} for Un: days, they were in acts ofnlercr. The, all !
ined ; and, in return, it is notorious Ky. Sept. jury.fouud ipjje an cxiuiordinarymeasure
t'itt Spaniards ad Spanish vessels citizens of Lexington<< have great lieu of the botu be condemned the prisoners guilty except La- ,.and' ,the rfieci of"seriouscircumstances.

; 'are suffered to pass unmolested. cause rejoicing at the continuation 'o hard labor in the House of bourge, ag.tinst'hom they pronounced ." It.\\i>* to exist '

of their usual good health. Correction for six months.Dr. verdict of not guilty. no longer tbun till the:meeting of ,

Is it then to be wondered at There ha.ve.been very few deaths Reuben Harrington was H** was, however, subsequently J I the Chmbers.'fo, siiemghen his

that clear and< distinct evidence against among us and none from bilious or convicted of the offence of lettingout placed on his trial for piracy and party Count Viflelc was about lo

individuals 'Should lose its II epidemic diseases. No town in the ; and accommodating a certain convicted, but recommended to cz-eau'.a. new Chamber of Peers

;: ; effect? Their:persons identified-1 I United States can boast of more room, for hire to ono Susan Bri- mercy. composed of great provincial fam I

. r their hand writing and the nurfc-- k uninterrupted health, than this ant with intent<< and design that it The Chit'fJustice then pronounced ilies. The King is again said to

bt'rV ich.diSl.nu1hl's: the coast-1 lUvored. !spot.>> -Gazette.iortant should be used by her for a Brothel the: 'sentencc of death in the have been authe point of death, '. I

ing 'schooner (' t ta'Jed in the horrid !? Discovery. few !, which room was used by her following lerms : bit that he.had, been re.ieved by :

I 1 I traffic : evidence, one, thousandth : tifI'! agp we. weie informed by il.geutlem for that purpose, and with hi.s You, Beuito Cas ol, Jose Mariade his ])h'siciacs. The "'n1 gnani- .1

: part of which would suffice.here 'r of the first standing for knowledge, from the 25th May to los Santos: and Eslivan Martinez mous, Alexander" was, expected :

4 :) to condemn a malefactor, respectability: and intelligence, the 1st August last. have severally been convictedof to visit Paris inline course.....fSeplembrr .

,, there fails of its purpose.. because tha.ra.caSl- *of Hydrophobia, has, The Court instructed the Jury, the wilful murder of Henry I I and the chateau of Locker -

no )ne dares to pursue 'it, or the in afi adjoining county, after the that although a Landlord \vus not Lewis, You, Francoise Vala- in Belguim was said to be,. uctuuJly -

I prosecution is quashed by means, sufferer had experienced 30 convulsions generally answerable I I-vv, for I brouge, Dennis Berteleu Jean Joseph preparing; his reception.It .

f. :; 1, of all powerful-gold. .. : bieircurfd by administering the criminal co ductofhis tenant, Demavet, Anionic SorlJi r. is nut improbable that his arri' .
.
In extenuation of the passivenesP to him a strong. ,decoction of yet that. where a Landlord lets a Jean Baptiste Catinet, Leoner'Ca- \val; in,France has been so arranged .

,: of the people of Cuba themselves Poke Root' Our informant has house, intending at the time, thz.1 burel, Lewis. Rt-negaud, Charles tint.he may meet ,with more tbaft
promised that he will for I the tenant shall use it for a criminal Ivernois Antonio Hernandez
p UJflU\| this occasion, it is : procure i ) and june sovereign,, for it is statcq-iq
: ;urged, tharefce foastisso: lengthy publication in our paper particulars purpose, thereby making himself Marcilliuo Morreigo, have each the London papers that George ,

i; and so desolate', that .HVctually top of ibis important cure of ; a participator: in the criminal of.you ben convicted of ihe willful the, Fourth contemplated ,3J.QJ&J&,.

protect it dnd suppress piracy a disease which has heretofore set i.,conduct, and! deriving a revenue murder of Jjlm Underwood ; the continent, during the present l

J would employ more sotdicrs than. the prescriptions of the medical I from it-it was a misdemeanor at and you, Bulthazar Frayle, Ray- autumn. The Paris papers ofthe

the government could afford to faculty defiance. Our informant common law, and punishable as. mon Cruz, Francisco Tamariz, 10th ,ult. contain the proceeding!
said in the detail of the such. It ,was not sufficient: that : Ramon '
keep. No argument is more futile that case Arcia, Francisco Calista of our City Corporation providing
*; for supposehe case to oc- cured, references 'are madeto at the time of the lease, the tenant Morales, and Juques Labourge, for the reception of General, .La v

UT ; j cur'upon the Florida coast, almost characters of such.sta ding as to wes a person of general bad character have respectively been convicted Fayette. is stated that th, ( Hafr

i i as desert asihat of Cuba, would preclude all doubt of the fad.JVativillr nor that the house afterwards I i of piracy," tian Commissioners were about

-t pirates there* with Gazette. became a nuisance-the offence I Theywere then ordered for
go impunity one : ex- embark at Havre for their native
i 'week, or would their spoil find a More Indian Land.-A Treaty consisted in the criminal intent ecution. ,: country, having failed in n king

i i; market. ? Thus, also' those .of. .Cuba... has been negotiated with the Qua- at the commencement of the From the J\T. T. Evening Post .an arrangement with : franc

F t stand in need of their fellow men paw Indians for the cession, for avery contract. European Int lligencc-Uy the They are said to have offered; ,ber-

1 to' purchase-they cannot' live a- trifling sum,of 2'or 3 millions He was fined one hundred and arrival Boston of the ship Emerald exclusive commercial privileges/:

: $ midst desolation is obvious that. of'acres excellent land in Arkan- fifty dollars, with the costs of prosecution in J34'days', from Liverpool, and to pay a large sum of money,t
the:, property pillagtd: cannot be saw.-This obtaining, of land below ;vand if not paid in ten and ?I'the Howard at this port the ex-colonists if their indep rt, .

: consumed by themselves--uor its value from Indians does days, then to be punished by hard from Havre., ,we ,have London dance was acknowledged' ; butl&, f ,.

t : could money ever te of service' not comport with the feelings of labor in the Houseof Correction, dates of the 17th. Liverpool of the ministers of Louis would not con-

without communication with ,he every AI11lArican.-Pal. six months.' From-this judgment 19th. and Paris of the 16th Au- sent unless'it was permitted: their*

I restbfrnankindwithoul, a marl like Daniel P. Cook, son-in-law to tHe defendant appealed to the next gust. The only articles they con- lo establish a military post on LhIlan'J. -, .

: that'orflavanna. or Matanza's, & I I Ninian Edwards, is re-elected to Supreme Judicial Court, and recognized uin of importance relate to The markets at 1Ia.\'fr '

may add withoutthe:connivance of Congress from Illinois. The people with sufficient surely to Greecewhere the affairs, of the were extremely<< dull. .
Iu every subaltern officer along the of that State have negatived the patriots had arrived % '. "
prosecute appeal.-Centlnel.Aaval. .' at a crisis From the Charlatan. Co'rir;
coast :.the call for a convention to make .-The U. S. ship Hornet forebodL g the.mo. t unpromising Latest From Spain.;-The, .fo J'" '.' :,
I attribute then the continuance, the constitution favorable to the : results of llieir I : fur Ii'j dated "
: arrived at Laguira the 23d Au- struggle j lowing extract of a letter, c
L. of piiacy to the encouragement. admission slaves. : berty. The intelligence<< of the I Gibralter frOg'
I ,gust, and landed 111'V at\ Secrelary ta- 13th of Augustis ,
I I1 given to pirates on 'snore, by the A letter from Paris, of:' a late' of Legation to Colombia.All kirgofthe Island of Ipsara by the.Aw-:York Gazette. '

F self interest of a great body 'of date; mentions the arrival 'oI' Mr.' the officers Well. Sailed the the Turks confirmed to its fullest !'There_ is reason 'let ... ,
every "'
iL; f people of that island ; and the, impunity John Randolph! Roanoke, in next day with convoy, and was I extent. In their account of this )Heve that a: simultaneous st.ruggJ ,
t
ffl4: with which' these act, to the that capital, and that his strange then to examine Mona island, and affair they state that ,their fleet has been planned throughool .,

apathy of the mass of the, community. : costume attracted much attention. cruize off Cuba-Idem. consisting of 2 ships of the line 6 Spain, and it' in other quart"; '

The practice, I venture' : to A steam boat, on a novel construction -" I "The Trench lunatic who pretended frigate and 10. corvetts besides they have been as successfulTaliffu"GGd us'*? ,
i ; say,. would have 'ceased to, exist pased through this ci- smaller vessels t/Vk.
landed
,
to: be the Dauphin, has sailed 14,000men tQk good King c :
ti 'long'agol' adthe, laws at'the outset tyon Sunday last. Her paddles from New-York for Europe, His', whea<< : the slaughter became. ward to" his Mercy.," 'The CuniUtuiionaiists ,,; .

d' taken;,hold J of the agre'ssbrs., instead of ueing fixed on'each side, brother hasadvertised,, him in the so dreadful, that the'Captain Pacha I ,have been corn pt4 l ..
Ii. 1t : & punished them as an example to are placed quite, at the extremity, I orilers : t
London 'ga\e: to .
Courier. as an insane spare non combatants successful there-a strpnghoilY :t.
'Ij: deter bjhers. ,To rouse tur'mas'i' so as to occupy nearly: the whole man.-Id. t and even offered a reward French marched' from C! liz to a'!""
: of,population from .that apathy -I width of the stern ; find they camI for e : '
The I >ery one brought in alive but tack .tLem--4hey suffered the.n!JJ
following an entire and ; | ;
and, make it the interest of with '
! : .tcj I 1 1I municite the boiler and engine I I it was toolatc the 1 "1'
vic- T
whole fell advance ?
I '\ I correct list of theREPRESENTATION to thsecoiidgate, : ,
all'to root out this evil 1 from a- % 'of '
means rods '
longs ,
1 :jtims .to the insatiable of the dcstrucup *\
inongsV .the iu't will be found them 'through'more than'alrtb ,QV KENTUCKYIN fury ,\ they opened most: .
.4 length THE 19TITCONGRESS.1st ,> ,IfcarbariaiK. JJp mention i if* made fire !upon them and ,routed tbe Jj"jivery : :
>si effectual.-mode of suppresting of the vessrl.-5he is on her .District Col. inthis
way -Trim.-i account oC the, :.(5veks, havingjbltiwn .direction..: b 'F1'
,; piracy. .lr repeat, qur energies, to Lynnfor! the purpose of:plying ble, ; !; ; IChfw: 'i
I themselves is k ,
mander '
the
.
j )!p-:: t. among J ,
t J ,I h\"e.tak wrong-direction t our between that, place and ,Cambridge 2ncl' District General Thomas said !
j however.that,.the, ,primates frsiras is croyde4.svibW9 : J
sliipss: :of traiTinaj: btf occupied' in. the slenderness of her : :
: con- Metcalf. l' '
I I : ,[:and eh.ricf: : :tf& Jind nde' red FreU h. .of that ePCdt1'S'S e '
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-_ --_ -.'-' hit LiTactcr, of the (IJ .I 'j., .lfOj'mh. 1 \t'Ihrt. 'rlin'niJeftM -iti' ;n 'I and the cotton planter is daily re. ., .- _

-- @ give?-by those wh6vis\l. : It. :, store and but little aeUin ., A large, ar1 I 1 I alizing his bountiful_ harv st. The t1 ; (
t nJ'ff'fr reduce tlie
tirJS3i shwc5uldthtainly j jircBent
J\firoduc* of Louisiana'vt the. ,
: \\ prtf- ,. -
rates. We quote,
iOCTOn 1t :13_, I 824._ Florida;Iiitdtiifebccr pursuance of Isl quality,-Bakers; g7,50 "a 800..1 sent. will. exceed- thai/of. an' :'forjther ;' aeedrnaveudaitc: .

-=.lttflnU'j. 01' tl.r an inlimation' heretofore given, .we have'roml Shipping. '' 1. _none .j I -:jear' :the, .Ipsyrs; caTcttfatfoi fbyWa f Cit "'abottt'tfie IsilC. :-/. J
SU.ELt hbq. "J d'L with Messrs. Adam 'NaveraEer, and will oeVabiebt ; }. partnership Sour, 350 a 4 00 1 the agricultural interest 6f the,1 ">.- <
"o o*
tJSt/ZtlfrJr the Diltrit' ol'fL"1t FlosrnO :Gordon and Ambrose Crane, for the purpose Pork, 'Bacon, Lard['EJ Jiw" '-No ar. : state muftt realize, fire: :rnUliondollars. :'thr e"D t1is ;'Tthiis eIhavlDg: private:caf"* <:'.

; cd in this city on Sunday mornVc establishing a'press,1'and. publishfhg rival for some we ks'paSt, 'and Tiut, few : .professional bui1nwjtlthimJ'"ill.. pleas6 ;
What
state iIthi'n"theUnion i11bthk'tbat'tini. '
...-. transactions'taken place, except by retail. : ,0: : : '
a' ,,?cr at Tallah see. The prospectus : *
,!list.lIlt' Ollr at quotations. We quote,* j i consisting' so small a Joss M. White.

;.J.t jDl$ .-\ cung1tU3tC arrival of; die may be found in a siibsequent column. '.Mess: inspected, fcU. 00 a 15 00 'i population (about160,000.' inhabi- 'October. 22d,"1824,-.33 tf_. ";l
the
friends on ? Messrs. ordon and Crane are 0 .
.ipuc.cI&l t Prirnedo. 13 00 a 14 00 tants) that can. ,boast ,of such a y ::1
(: materials for the purpose well known in Florida; and that it is to be Cargo, do. none.WHISKEY. revenue.-Lou. Advertiser.from \ OXE" "F\1\1 XD. :

pritus Light House &f the entrance under their control, will be, to those ,who i .-No-arrival since our last. :. t '0,
' : '
( iltlingL Collector yesterdayrff < This uTticle still continues dull at 30 to. t .owner may. have, it by proving ;
fctfborThe know them, a sufficient guaranty that the S and .
3li cents 3 property paying charges. '

.' tlle scite, the ground of which paper will be conducted with ability ,and i :n.\CKE8. L, has risen a trifle since the Southern Patriot. Randall Allif.Oct. :: -, '

(I t be very near the. height of zeal for the public good. : our last. Arrived yesterday, from Newport Extract ofa letter dated. ., 2Otb,1824-.33-tL 4 I

*'Slicrnin the light vessel now used.fce It may appear premature to commence. 123 bbls. which with the expecta- "WILMINGTON SEPT. '27th. 1824.. "

goj/juctors will commence thebllildillgto.Ja.or a printing establishment, tbu soon in so ion of other arrivals,may have tenden.' "The storm is ruining everything THE SUBSCRIBER .

1tc Monday, and it is con- new a country, but the fact that it is the cy to reduce the prices._ in this part. of -the 'country, ,. .
j
., just received tbe
Tom
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HAS per Shields .
tr.pl td that v/ill be completed so that seat government for Florida, and that From tAe Mobile Commercial Register of; the Cotton is nearly all destroyed \' Henrietta* from New-Orleans' :t

t. jaLbP may be I.Ig.teby the first of the surrounding country is so rapidly settling October 12th. the Rice much injured, and the. and offers for Bale at reduced prices, ':

tIe c"VCr.'lO encourages us to hope that sufficient WIIOLES.4tF. PRiCES CURRENT. Corn partially. i 'Havana Green and St. Domingo" Coffet !
Louisiana Sugar and Molasses, ': 1
be extended to autho :1
patronage may -- .
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r 6:, n.-A few bales of the 'iew crop rise beginning. \Ve do not expect nvich : ABTICX.K3. | MR | B. t'. TO D. C. I London Whiskey Porter,Northern, (Iju-d: Gin Beef Cider. in- boxei' .* 'Io. ,
from National -
n: co.nc to market during this week, ::I at first, but it is certainly! important that a Bagging, Scotch, yd.25 30 InielKgene* No. 1 Mackerel m half. barrels.
** And art thou ? litt1e .
Hut c been sold at from 12 1.2 to 14crbt press should as soon as possible be established Kentucky, 25 gone -our Soap, Cheese, &c, .
Sweetest
dearest
*: lovelies
) ccardins to quality.-Four loads at the seat of government, and if it Bale Rope. Kentucky -lb. i 8 Oh Hiou wert thy mothers ;. ALSO IN STORE, : .

are all l that have come to Pensacola this can trtpporteil now, we will be contented Jlacon, Uam, 8-i 10 All thy father's heart could' iriie', Flour, Manutactured'Tobacco* !. '

(:15on 1 svtt ; thc two first loads being. ,.looking to the future for profit. fteff Nor.Sides Mess, bbl '15 And have those rosy,lips, that smil'd. Loaf S Sugar, Pepper, Saltj &c. &c.' ',) _

cr. prime, brougiit cents. Heads >*ill undoubtedly be cutand mail Prime, 13"; And In clos'd infant for beauty ever, closed are those Ibr eVelr? Joseph i o 8ith, ., ,

-- routs established through our Territory; Catgs, ;n' From mother, father, all to, eyes sever, ? v October 2333-2w.HE '., .
youth .' nericao-e Northern Ib I 20 25 '
Glorious zrQ/rJln as. cxped'.tiously a* possible, and when I Bvttert And we must lose thee, little dear one, f, '

'",VL'' ht'eil favored by a friend with the tlm shall be acco iii1ihd.tIie Florida In- Jinchi- .M. 8 .. 11 "00 Just as thy dawn of life was! breaking ; pl\rOBALB: .

; extract from a letter, (latedJ.I3 Coffee, III IV I .e I Just as thy artless tongue began.
fJ!o"'Wg' will become an important vehicle -
tt-lhgencer 14 For uJ l -
C9ttn, Choice, I ng atyhe Seat, of
qrrvmunenf
"jjth September, 18:24, and writ. first Sweet prattling babe, its infant speak- ;
: the
: of news; and! being reporter Prime, 13 ;- .
highly respectable gentleman, of Territorial Le. '12 1t1. I .Florida, .
tn DJ:1 of the proceedings our "air, : little in '
Thy bliss.
arms, payftil
lUnotrn ia this place, and entitled to gisiatur, will he interesting tie! Union; lnfcr-lor- 11 Would round thy mother's neck be A Weekly News-Paper,.
:
!till crcdlt. we sludl then reap the fnuts of our labors, Calling. AU). 12 St'Cordtlgt 15 twining, TO BE RNTITLEDTffz

\\ c lav received the confirmation i bat until that time, we look lo those who 10 2v Pressing to meet thy mother's kiss, '
General commaiidmtf in Peru, in (heca Am. Thine eves with laughing sweetness "F\-ri, 'lnte l .
'iat the take peculiAr interest our Territory to for,:, Unshelled, bbl .1 g net-r.

ai: :lithe; troops under l htti ,'comn.ancl, exert themselves in assisting MS to obtain:1 Shelled, bull 1 shil lJg'. S j., -...-_ .
And should for' thee
we sweet '
M too*!'edged the Itwfpendency ofF Meal, bbl '3 25 3 stiieer weep soliciting the of S
;J't': support. child, IN patronage a. gene, I
?......'Jt'berator, thus ending a conss Skis, Ib -- And grieve upon thy bier' public in the !lauilable,.desjjrn of '

: whca was caused so much blood to Editorial Conrtety !-We present our f'lo/r Northern, bbl j9W. And wish that thou la dst jv'and amil'd diffusing,1 local and general intelligence,aI ::1 J

b pil1,and leading a result so long wisli- compliments to the Editor of the Mobile .Country, 1 16 50 7 M Our htll- angel here ? mong thecitiz 'ns of this young and flour-
: Fid, Mackerel, No. 1. 110iJ:2 Oh must not whelm \hi !? Territory, the .Editors. feel that
rJ fur h) the fricnd* of humanity.U Commercial Ileguter, and tender him our no Ueip sorrow diffidence- and embarrassment
18 Thy father and thy mother, which al ;
U c url also informed th.t great trou- thanks for admitting into his columns an I No3. ways attend the. commencement' of
Fr thou hast gone to HeavVs realm, : every t
%Wcs arc now existing in European Spain, abusive; article against us, as he says not I Shad, 1\7 50 8 50 To meet thy infant brother. enterprise, the termination. which is 'involved

:siuts Tar.ft, wlitre the soldiery! of the I without a great deal of reluctance" and generously Uerringl, box : There, lovely cherubs, have ye flown in the ,uncertainties of futurity.Yet ._*
themselves French, and Fur, Beaver, Ib -- -- Far from this world of sorrow feeling solicitous to be useful to the
(calling magnanimously refusing
vourboiss, Gun Po-wdtr, keg 7 50 8 50 And would wc'call thy spirits: community, they avail themselves of the '
iut bo are unwoi thy of that once beau "JU: TI..Y OR UNJUSTLY" to punlishour Gla'cr Sal;., Ib 16 down happy present auspicious period, in the infancy

tiful appellation,) have been repulsed, reply; //! II&1Y, 1oo1 5J 2. 00 From UeavWs eternal+ morrow? ofa new and growing-.country, to solicit

tun) liateexi>tr"ericcd;; the same fate int V9.-J1 the Mobile Commercial R !gBter. l"JlI br, 111 j 0slwct No! Though our hearts have bled to lose the patronage and support of the citizen. ; '

!, city of Sara-ossu.: These are but The Editor of the Priisacohi Gazette I 10 ...12Lun&er thee _. I of the interior, to. a NewPaper, the importance"and _. '
e !:1ce1 at n 1 .4 .::9 10 'Jlu utility of which if ,
agitations excited fcv the British iriust.xcuse us this once from complying Go to the Saviour, babe's-fur he properly
partial of with his request, to insert rejoinder to .rJ, 10 12 W Sill sur ly bless thee, love thee, choose conducted,. no one will be disposed ;

r.ii.islrto j prevent the govcjViment a communication in our paper it was not Staves, "-. o. Pipe, thee, question. .' ;

lYaiicemcddlir.giii the affair of Pot"tu without a gicat deal of reluctance, we Hhc.l. Forhi own, through all eternity! The.resources,of this delightful sectionof

gal." 'ibhShtl the communication,as it related .fQ-SCCB, gall 35.1 374.bUjI& the .ountry'its contiguity to the Gulf .

j. tjnil'vate maHer, in which 1 the I public CUt, all, sizes. Ib -it; til't.il. .- of Mexico. .- ami- to- ,-a fin---*-. -hur-b---- r--mtr_..J>ti>tmf".* ;it; *
Dv information; from Tallahassee! we seldom :IKC an interest. It might per- .:, roulld iii oil, _-- t tjEditors of papers with whom we Georgia, as also,its,central situation, 'in* -

learn, tliut Governor Duval is zealously iiaps Ionic i.5C! i J1Ht"ICr" to refuse Oil one White! Lead, keg -t 50 exchange, will please direct to the Gazette" spire the phasing expectation, that it will

.a 'l&ct ,'dy engaged in having prepara- vile what we K.dmitt-d on anotiur, Uut Hl"d Lead,. 13 7J \\ hrn advertisements are orderedto become a place of considerable! impor ,
Varnish, t.t: -- -- lance, as we Has the centre of relmement ':
nude for the anc'! h-I'iUlon ill the contro-
tyr.s:: reception accom- there is too much } .
be inserted it is
is no ri-asnu becauv Pepper, Ib 24 2PfJrk in our paper, requested and sc'ence in Florida., 'I
and besides, tlK're
iriodutoiiof the Council. It ver-v, .
Legislative reluctantly opened the Ilrim, bbl 1. 15 vllwJ that th y.be marked, so. that we nuyobserve The FLOJUDA IXTJEUJCIJCIU is design j[ 4
once ;
ia snul that the seat.of government is a ? we boa -- sometimes overlook ed to be a vehicle of local and :
\hl'm in
door, why it should nevr be shut. \\ e u as we general :
bcs'Uiful scite-perhaps the vera best se- ,..."",,t VMtiu.. nLtIest. IIt.CSS1tfor the! 'st..lt, Turks Isontl! busu 5J them until too late for insertion. formation, and accessible .to all persons,. 'i ,

Irction tli.it could have been made, the I Io first' 'paragruph:i nor: Jt good r the editor L'pool'gr'd4 bush. s\ct j who may be desirous of dihCu>sing topics .; ,

v tcr i is iifine! as any in the southern : could ha\c promised himself the pub .'iI.ut, All sizei, b-.1i.I.Z 50 Etches of\\'e Florida No. 4, ha1! of a public mature, or ot"communIcating- ".. .:
Steel (Tt"rmall. Ib 124lihstered l scicntuSc; researches and .
literary
its Vt tieterjuMiy,or esays.Lut
and lie, from insertion.
countn our worthy as an '
governor columns closed tliatHUbjCCt 1- IJ _;jp .ur in our next. all pen.Oiia.1 and invidious d.IPUlitior1"err
unjustl\, our are on
canif st of his predilection fur the situation Spirit$, bl'antl (;oJlo !.gall 1 1.2. l JIin \ --.-'.:_h_.- -,5-- _1--- lib.- ," diversity ol attack oti p ivaie baa .

and an example to oth rs, is erecting HuH.I.d, li, 1 75 i ; (."; -."" \ "' I r.ctersioII be suppres ll. : .
.
W
a hou!e of considerable 'uagmtude, \11. 45 r.l.J..... .. .. -.r' ..0 :Tihs paper is noj to be devoted to.any
COltM1'NJCATED.RccrjitJor .
jn'rmlrdforthe reception of his faintly I Uunl"i\: );. "\1 45 --- =. ---- S -S -- ian or to subserve the purposes of a fac-
Tattler.Take .
a Jamaica, I hI 1 5v elIib'f 'hF LJ gel.i1 C J u jn, to laud one or depreciate another."
1.1..
t'mlc-r all the difficulties incident to new I the vine of run-about, with: the Wlt1skey, jo i'hc ilelirigs of every inhidualtron the

bOHrmucnb-ttw alternation of the sessou : root oLmm lc-tO\glil', of cacti .six han.i Salt Petre, 1b 17 C' liuiiiblcst to the most exalted, should be

*(
()fbI giIg a large family into the coun- i i Mine quantity of nonsense ; bnustthemtogeiiirr ''.,};!, erne, -th..5 18th Oct.-Scnr. Tom Shields, For- I while under our control, shall never bb

tnanu th: privations necessarily oatt in the. mortar of mi&appreiiension Baling, 2, s\the' l\ .Orleans \ ia Mc L .le I Cargo 51.: degraded: to the 'sacrilegious purpose oE
I1lJ-.1 l and ihen boil' them over tliu lire of' 11 ax, net's, # ;.j 30Isnc b'i l<*. Uiii-kf\,24bbls.2 i tI hd -. Sugar 3bbis divjwlii.g mural and religious sentiments,
aiit <>: such state of things-the (-over-I. wild P'irmist'i; until > on perceive a scum ', MaLleira, gall 4 6UU'reneziffe gin; lu bbls. mOlASSeS,3 bbis.: "and 4 ureIlbertedto an engine domestic d.s-:

ii-jr has been laboring, with an i }tlcfa.tiga.-1.1. of falsehood'r.smg on the top ; then ; 1.j7 1 ,0Mataga bug cotft-e: bDls. m.ickercll,2 b:II. beef- cord and internal d3; ution. its politicks

LL! zral I, in accomplishing the strain'it through :i clotn of rn'isconstruc- oOJ lbs.'cl.f "*fJOboXf soap,23 ke's: lard I bt ill be Kepuohcau, while the asperities

o!>jccu of relieving the Territory.1abJl'l two, put it in a bottle of mah{!iiitv, stop 1Iart't cast10 .' and 12 casks bottled porter to Joseph and recriminations: of parties, as ikra pos

e.i.b it with a co k of envy, then suck a los'v j Forsvthe. -lo buiM coilee. and 10 boxes I ,-ible, will oe avoided. .
i i iTrassments, and prom.oting its i full! through a quill of malevolence! ,, and Si-n-ral load.s ,ot Cotton were brougat i clietst- to bton ? and L\ibct.-2 hhds. su- Tue press type and -paper., will .be* -

prll i-.jer.iy and population; at the slcri.1. you nll.be\ prepared to spcac! all manner to marketcsterduy from Chic .isaha, fcur, o'bbls. .'I(!' 6 b"b'Y coliVe,.to. N. flAllen. immediately conveyed- .Tallahassee,

rlCl' uf scx-al) endearrnenis. To the unca I. i.afeyl without rtgard 10 persons. or clu-. some. of\vh.cli. was. 1 %ery choice. It soldat .-<*.bbi$. sugar, 2 bbls. potatoes, 2bbls (where one of the'hnn now resides) and

: :u.oii promptitude of Ins e1er1. OS may racter.. ,.. -:: 11 to 1-i cents. The 1 latter, however ilo.ir, 1 004 ana 1" bale dry goods, tne publication of tne paper commenced
----- --- -- -- be
attributed the early I location of the sea1of -'- caiii.qt: considered as a criterion, by luO Its. cnt-ese 4 legs tnbacco, and u as$sXn as a sufficient number of sub ri.

I CUwJI..JIEllll.JL.I which!to judge of th( ..p'icc1' cotton quantity urca tings to F. Pasquier. : ers are obtained; which it is hoped andxpected
government, a id the removal of the :
will bc-r it down in
-- --. when c.m.t' any 19th.chr.llcl i'le.lb, Qu.gglfg, New, wiu beAu the month of Novera--
laauus, .o important to acetic;'ati :.g the (1'la11tY. 1)aIt ot tillS \lpero.; and ; o .
From SUUe's.\' O. Price Current, Octo 2.C.rr Orleans, Curo,6 casks of ren wine, o oer. .. _
*v'yii'incnt of the Interior, and his course cnterea for the premium.wai pur- ahd"2j 32 I '
:.N-Arriifd since ourlast from hhds. 7 b bbls. sugar, bagssalt C O'. ,1W1O.S.
w-tiUcs him to the gratitude and af' c- the interior of this state, 310 bales ; Mobile clubfd more tor experiment, than With a 40 cases.solip, 2'J 'coils >f rope, 25 4- .
The FLORID
ton of tiie: Territory. : : 521' bales (all view (Jt.eSZahlUtiIXtg I tile price ofprime bbl! rice, 10 |kVgs tobacco, 7 cases 12 J. TBLUQJK Sa will b&
14niaiiigogetbe
I ; ? .cutton. Sales of A tew small parcels from ublisued) on a largejroyal shee. at4; 'Fvo
It is bags,and 1 bundle_ merchandize, 7 bbl
expected that the new wilht'ut clearances .
honorable ) VVe
men- crop : are any the Alabama river*were made last week, oiiars per aunum, payabltt! advance
bets of the Legislative Co'uncd l fro'm this for: the, two weeks,' n,40 I have at uboutlJ.cenU.source'Hi .. \vluske,2 Tr.acki-n-1 bbls. 3. wane, 1 coffee.bbl. vinegar 16-' bb'hv., 7 a. is necessary that this rale be invariably:
bbls. bags '
County, WILl' leave here for Tallahassee abut heard.ojhio sales during thjrtyfie! ,days '". .1. flour and 2 boxes lead, to'J.* Marcos Tio. complied with. aud.jt is, hoped, thatall:
>asl-bur7xrices therefore nominal.-t- .
: the first of rest month,accompanied are b I :' 20ti-.-Schr. C..met, Jourdain, 27 day wtio sig ,will consider.ts mportaiiceAdvertisements /.
Accordjng- prooi'we in our L1tiV, vet: : '.. .t.4ygU8tifleC/Zt.9. ,will be inserted attln
"sy Ccl. Geo. Walton of: been from Uoslon, wi I Ji the 'apparatus an a imatenalstbr ,
Secretary Flori'i" particular' in visiting thp; tfereitarO.touses :S :\Ve Je.arll.f'om a .rejcctLble dollar for the first publication of every

;ti the latter gentleman informs us, that, \\ in order to ,give a orreC1.t.A.tement .. VVashin;ton, that Cl.l. bulding theLi; il\ House twelve,.Ijnea or under,each subsequent
be of the block of Cotton.and Tphacco -. passengers. 4 .
ihull remove ins family in about mnsertion'lifty cents. \
a'tttp. _
Gudsdeh tuts b.'h -
: aji.in' d..w ,ch. Victoirc, Constant, "New-Orleans,
hand
on and find of the former ,
We,are alsolnforhted that a'large 1501 bales, and have therefore added 62T 'stlrvej/llie"foad] from tnis city'to Ca i:o, 10bbi s. whiskey,{5 bbls. nruckerel,' five...Any.person.snail subscribing receive the and sixth paying for

JJ-mbcr of strangers are .travelling thrb bales to the previous imports from-. Louisiana Cae.1"lurid.* li, is expected. 1 In;' -1 bUt. potatoes, and 7 bo.xescheese'to R copies.: tVjmsert gr'.itisditcfrc tliisProspectus 4
are requested
the countrv, !;tI a .>view .of selecting-' and Mississippi. Amount received will commence thiu duiy Lewis.-4 nbU. mackerel, 10 cases soap, v. heir and -
upon m respectivepapers, .,
4-
Tuces for settlement.. On the wjiole : last ) car, ending 1st instant, as per statement 4:$ bugs sh r, 10 keg powder, and *3 .bliIl. assist in .
welj'J some time in the month uf 'October .' jto us 1obtazrnng.patronage.! Our- ,
Jas Quin.--1. cask claret, 2
142j573 bales less wius to
,
retaking 19,351 i-y
:t (Tallahassee & the 0 friends'gemnlly, U confer-a favor
"surrounding"COW1try : : bfibru'arding :
than the }ear prevum:;. Amount received or early in November. t' baic.alt* and 1 case oil to the roaster. '
,hare as fair A prospect of an in- : from Mobile! and Florida for one year also leant fron.. the same source, CLEARKD. .4" the names of subscribers'* with-

tttse of population aniTgoo'd'taciety,, as ending 30th ultimo_ ,u94 baies ;'amount that Cupt. Cl
eYer vas. enjoyed by so young- cOlin',).,. received tl .eyear previous from the same will in the Course of the Autumn, New O..leans-batt..t. place,'or to :Tallahassee __ .

places, 6903 bales, making a difference of the road authorize from ARKlVED.Oct. -' I
&
iori1ouUi'anc.: Co.
Ccl. survey .
Wiiite .
and Major Ltickett, the 9131 bale l s. Aoiqunt.of new crop .
rtcen'-I 21 at. U. S.Hevfcime Cutter Florida .
la a : he: point on me river Foster--Mobile Point. Pensa oia, 13th October; 1824. .. .

t1 in this place, on their return from Lou.. & Mi u. hue, 19 a 19$ buwanee where the Road froqiPen&acola : ,-.5---- .--- ._r---- -- -11--_t 'r
"good, 13 a 19 St will ,. .0' .
*cl3oii anil Gadsden n Counties on the to Augustine AN ORDINANCE-

&'J h II ta"t-since whic1) levrn that good fair, 17 a7 cross l.--.h. F. Herald. 'rltitan. Oinamental ;.: e8, To ,rcw an prdinance, establish .
vve ... fair 16 '
a loj
th ly have been indefutigably i j engaged'in'Wt1ng ordinary,. 15 a 15j William B, Simmon, Esq. IS. : ':g.c.SYW -. ; *, 'ing a Scavenger': izrj., .

,out tlieir sepcrI.,, Vo ,be lad be- ". inferior, 1J$ a '14 appointed by me President a member ; rfmU (m9'i B|: it prdained.i b I the board of ,Aldermen
treCo of : (th'e City of Pensacola,that aH
ngress at its approaching session. Mob. or S. Alab. 1st qual.* 15g. a. b; the Legislative n _

lo those ,,ohu'I' with the 2d 14 a l the plate ut" Jainoa Gadsden, Esq.resigned. .. "05OPHlETOTt of the,Linncean Botanic ordinance'passe4 and approved on th27thofMay'1823to
.unacquainted 'I
.1._.' H. .5M 1J ILTenn. 1.J. | New-York the establish asdavengcPs
** Garden offers tp
"ltts'anJ 'labor ;of this commission! it I &. N. Ala. 1; qual. 14J 1 a is .-Idem. his tuuavep'extensepIIecd near n.1. cart, be and the same is renewed'se

nuy Pt-rhap's appear, that ,the time lias 'f' "c 2'd II.' 0 15f a, U public Of{ Fruit and 9 anfenari I'ara.s that the.scavenger cart_thus to be
been IJnne'c'ssi..Hy i>d lii 1J Jt'w Orleans, act. I.rTH& reestablished shall visit each.house within '
protracted from the Trees FtoweringShrubs .and this three times a week instead
only

city, ,
PniM fOB.CC.O.e are without i :- lCK.S s-_ 24' : .'
any Biitooiis
Flower root :
at Plantii !
which the _
board should !have 'ofdai'l' as required by the ;ordi-
Cca ritals s.iicc_ ; the loih August; neitherbavq For two days pat the weather :. :near One tho _und' spies 'aforesaid.' '
puizeif but when it is recollected nance
td that ttierc "been aiiy-wles or. clearance!! has been cool,.and our bill 'of mortality ofOreen Hous! Plants-atnong which are ; And'be it,, further ordatneu, (that ,thli
business
until for the lasttwo Arrived diiringtiie
wa done Senov week the Olive the Cinnamon,lheCoWie., the -
tber is not so large as it nas been. present ordinamcialr take effect from: '
:
|100, it is a matter of asto i'h- last ) ear. ending 1st II1 t. 2.5r3J :Green and UoheaTea, the Black J Pepper, thelOthof tHb moritl' until ti! _

tnt1'O\\'IO much could kire'lieen ac.. hhds. ; bn.ken up tOt., baling at ninedifferent Although' disease seems lube I I &C.&c. C'atalogttes. of which. may; be next> and that the. e- ,b.sdfofOctobez 'shau' .
t;':UiOfiiliineius, 621 < huJs.btcnnned .- checkedril' still exists the Editor of 'this a- Mayoi
Cotptillbed 'among : 8en by calling on 1 1rper F f' contract "
m I bjrtiMf month with !
so, short a time. AH i lilids thelowert
we i Wl' .which pioducea 41. ,wiL1 l
1'e .to. 1( for the roprie'.or, who ,
us, aS.'fleW.CieSCOflh1tUe. oc agent bidder and that tilt
I1tl\tofure amount -shall be
5pa4 .
_
it |: .
stated, is exjiccted: diilerence, or Jews ,2Jl hiuls. MUCK, onUancJ ''orders left with*'
thatatkie cur. AW'therefore-would: adviseabscu :{t 1orwardpromptly any r out.of any monies in the treasury,..n .
land claims East of us and the 1st in"t. b47 tuidtf.vVe q'*ote; lUim. I. i Qct 24.-.33--tf.f. : 0 .
A. : : :
i : I .tlierwise '
mnttocomeiuto the appropriated.
cit ,
tees _.
t:1.ncurr.ber 4ict. lb. > ,
1st 4J .
d claims in the whole Dist q'r.&I,), s* per. :J '
-
\\'IU be 2d gU'h\.f.. I.. .Sa- a .: I.:. (hJ.k until tuey halleceik-asurances .,Mayoralty, Pensacola. .' j : F.. ILNt.et, :

&1Q eported at this,scbsW., -We \ cndd, -2i a't do.' that they may .return' with 8' r (1.-I. Pretid8oqrd of4t;4Wr :

l,tenor 1.tarnlbat the.Ute ,expeditlonjo, the Haie; ".*. Sjf a 4. .'jjo; ,.- .,.. I i.;HE pliceJ ot FloVr;feeing this day>tTVri June 4th 1824, A-pprovedi .: <:<:' S. -
au been attended a''17 'do l o 6 j e! J(, ording\to. e'l\l ...
with 12J ;
111l result,* Spanish, OUR PROSPECTS TO..CHpf$$ ; 'P.ALBA4tayok., 'r, :' : _
.
the"twujpg ,.. .
Ortant
tJ.the:" ewjfn t.rgiTe during ,, '
tu the United FLOUK. -No :&rr&\ tiLs. mce" 'oui'4Itfrom a } -S :- -'"'- & .,.
tatCI. The AVe!-heheve'ail henaiuns ; ,. : .
&s bread for lit ; '
appi 15 a
PtctbiIit t1.t Speak very h g.IIJ') of ihe'.,re- the upper country.' Good and sweet forbub'era to hurfjcanes, and'rot'are subsided.Tbjfc : ,*' f : tIT PRINTING. '? .-" ."..' .., .",.,=....
'tc -
and rce want ,
family use,pi j
t1 and r 'Executed with .neat ei- .
.1W 11SI'It.'t lto'spitalilY'ofth pEpk, ed. :The only ut.ivaj trOi'Titlie uort this *6HS t planter.is'prepirid; itdffrlnd Mayor. : r
fIatetncnts ot:the., week is 50 bbb. Uri1Q ''from 'h' rich Justtriaat 41e t j"f C WirO" : X/, :
delight3t ,. pvr 'bl' j u' cane, .Qt,2Gd..184r .; "fc; 4bit. .". ,' P. ". ,.:. -..- f. '. I
vs !. ".. .
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9 : 1 r.. _a1 _. .:, ,\- of St I 1 r is'rf'itti'9: c511}!: '' To cti1ttttt.milE ys. llj t: .t
Convention Petcr1iUrg... '
-MEm-.O "ft % 'jgL! Y !t 1!! ". t Pea. 9Jp) Merchants_ of Pcnflacola! ,' wishing .
, : : ; i4TAE: \ / Sefit., f3,:.I>24., lat'ctobcr'r ttf :!18av ;viici. I net :i to encourage the trade in, Wagons; I.'TII.L rccci'; J): S, ,

F7JLc4RQLIx4.... ,.;Ihe; lioard under Ihls, ;CohyenWattt vUbin1" 'iLre.iflQ.nhS', to--their place!as,also'to.pbtaili' Cotton o(: beef'Decc'Ib.er. ,ne t.tofi ':Itt 'it

.;#' ., ,..'Til... ...ttumf. .', 1'.I, -'. lege. 1i .cm.'. .Ip; ; dar tlwtj ,the. llth will taken,be out, forwarded to the} General ,the'.best quality! ,:'and.who being-cabz'.aware btgaecouragenent.for that: I ;th triojrs a e,or cfmy.that : hutii
,t..: .. mencc.jQ.: @ar.J 'I :triHiJ ns't.Jurfanm 'u, lr agreed 'uponandv'fixedttoe many smau planters, ) I may.bc' tlk.d.L 1.\,'
: ,;- : T "KV;rlTjLurVTV aidead 'Ites& '. marWt deserve I ,tonment Brooke
at
a fimen ftfls.
i' in C eeFncxt1Mconfinuc' PstQfT te. J small quantity.to s. '
'- 11f.r"3' ? 'a'Verasres ) r tw .
; fdilowing' ..
: = : t4e'w.ktt ; jsDeOnr'1823 0 J
l' :'; *&ve mo'ths. J")} .Pfb Vswrji ai e-"';, ? \ 'S'S **"< 'J : r* <' :for> A. int1 D'A'raVoh ': ( the ,pains they ( ntla?;! : .f};!.
... Edwards Pro to be allowed as ,compensation : R" Col. G. their '.crops, have resolved Ip i1C1Uifj :: "
.. John Holbrook ,Hi DC: :-Lieut.J, Bjaney, f
'
1
') fcssor,.of.Ana 1Y.'r r eVchund: :.every :sla e for.whom indemnification -. M.5 Brooke 2, ,Robert .Butler ',2'; divide the ajmofint subscribe, tD>o hundred The beef will) be.retired K
J be1d under into premium?, as men- vered: to the
*' llckson D. may e: doflaw, two troops .
Samuel M Profess- on.t"'o'd
Henry HenrBr ; Robert, B. Brad besttwo loads de Ii. week_ (the &
,
of the Institulw :l and.Practice: )Jew: iHe.'said Convention viz : tioned below, f r the d.y. be deai
.. .ot' Slaves" taken from the shaw, 'Martiner: Bright, ,FrancifcBoquie yered-on oriefore the first day ot* Janu.. quantity as may be rtqusite t ) .
: : all for
For t"
; 11' ; I de lions
on each .
cne.Thomas. Tl."Prioleau, Ml:D. Professor 6f! State I! ] FIRST' PREMIUM. sary apprize f ,
eoIler w
. 'of Bellestre. :
Obstetrics: and the diseases Women ] riafr".tctw
; and Eighty'Dollars. 'load of Cotton in to contract
4 and Infants. C..CommandiflgO1Cer at: St. For'the best Wagon thJunpft t'
''' \ For all those takcn from the :Jean 'bales, say hot less than six bales, beef will be ,Wiredwhich to b4'oi.' lUre
3ames M. D. Professor of Sur Marks Thomas. Carter, square the
: Ramsay ,
market
I and lbs. each ,to be Dt
-'.' Stales of Alabama, Georgia, 3"Alexander weighing 320 ,upwards can aff'odind;
gery. South Carolina Three hundredaud Compavve, Ambrose Crane bound.Avith .ropes.ormore, a SILVER .cuh\r attention must be ad-totht
R. Frost, M- D. Professor of Materia Maxtiria,Cox- eriig thereof.
: '
F- Henry Campbell, ,VESSEL with .a. suitable. inscription, of pproyt
Dollars. f, 1dS.
id
Medical j "' Ninety Daniel of hundred and fifty dollars, required lor the liiIfiment: L,
xal 2, Campbell. the,valOe one f tbe-Cc
Raveriel M. D. Professor ofChemistry : those taken from .Maryland -
Edmund For all i'enuni
the wwh.ng to
ot
D'.-Major James E. Dinkins, o r. that sum in money, at the option cor.ttatt 11 '
I Pharmacy. Virginia and all other States make'tlieir proposals in
successful candidate.SECOND ,\\
Elliot L. L D. Professor 'John ,Davidson. tihL
Stephen1 named -above-Two Hundred PREMIUM.For and directed to meUrooke.liillsboioughiUy tt-!
not l.t."t&
History and .1- Wm. Eddins. 1ttlnltt
Im .f Natural Botany. E-Joha Edgerly, I
'
and Eighty Dollars. 'the best small load of Cotton ih T. v,
,. Thomas G. PrioleauM. D. F.-- rnj. Foster, James Fulton.G. the rate per pound for vL r,h ,
,Dpan of the Faruft The two Commissioners under Cornelius Grantham square or round bales,' say not less.than furih, and.they shall ficiifiacceplance )"i'r!
-
i Lucy
,
'"' the above named Convention, met three bales, to weigh 300 Ibs. each or up- of ihcir cd oftk.
I : wThr United .Statct ofdmerita.District Griffin. ,'ardsA.SILVERCUP, of the value of propo Js. ithti '
-.of...I'\7'est Florida.WHEREAS !- this. day'',under the new con titu.ti H.-Col. Gad Humphreys 2, 'fifty dollars, with a- suitable inscription, letter on from the ,bt or on ptrsowlme apprt ,
of the Board, as prescribed lcccDbertJrcf:
a tibel hath been filed in I Nathaniel Hayden Jr. 2, John or that sum in money preferred.The mentioned.FllESH. daj ,
die 3d article of the Convention
by, following have been
: d States' District and Superior Joshua persons1 appointed '
Huff Francis Hutson
'
i4t 4 Court'of West Florida, on the thirteenth an.I. notified the Secretary of State I. committee to examine the .cot John 1? .

L .4' instant, by ,Adam Cordon: Esq. thaYthey are ready to receive and Hickman, Polly Harper' Ephraim I; ton, and award the premiums-it. is expected :.//$s't CDJ '9, 'uJlt Cfb.. ;

I, acting Atlofney'for Uuijed; States, fort proceed in the examintttion of the Hutchinspn. that satisfactory assurance will be NOTE-Tbere bell1g"noj ct 4i.

: ; the said Disllrict, pro hac vice, against the Definitive List whenever it be J.-J bn B. Jackson, EdwardJonesPhoebe given by every individual. ring' for either Cantonment Brooke, perso.posals 1
4 : Schooner Dulce Nombre de Maria, her may Jones.K.Christian that the lot of cotton produced is are Rd ige\to di.ect .thA Ir.akingprt.

carKO,'l cktt',apparel and furniture, her submitte4 to them. Kensil Constan- the growth of his own plantation.F. Penmcola. Q." ce. g1!, _
: boat ana four bags ofr'collee, and thirty The Board then adjourned till H. Nisbet. 8-- :.

E pieces.of India cotton, cloth-stating1 that Wednesday the 8th December tine Kessler. :N. :H. Allen w.;
*, Hamilton Collector L.-Daniel Lankford 2, CravenP. ,
Archibald W. Esquire, ,nekt, when, if the Definitive Lis'tshall S GOi3jj-
of the Customs for'the Distinct and l in the mean time, be received Lucket 5, Luther Lincoln, Jas. B. elhy, -
: Port of Pet) cola, has seized'the said Lodge No. 17,2, Jos. C. .TIIESUJ3SCRiBE
1' ,Schooner Dulce Nombre de Maria, her I I: they will proceed to an examination Keyser, 1lS

: ''Car|;'o, tackle,apparel;and furniture, her of the claims which may S M.-Murclock McCrae, Wm.McNealy F. Pasquier. HAVE received per Brie; .LiIZ

bout and four bags of coffee and thirty be in a state of preparation for Richard F. Martin, Pensacola,9th August. 182*..-23-tf. Hitchcock, mN.Yorkato*

- :{, pieces oHndia/cotton.clolhV: as ,forfeited hearing. Doct. Ed. McComb! 2, John Me ry handsome and exleqsiv.e_aitoottfflM afSniterl

, ': .. to the us? of thTUflited'Stales: and for The Board has decided that the Gonigal, Hugh Mathewson,Danl. The 8u bsiThr, "' *s?*J.ID

that on the twenty-sixth: day of September C. :Mellus Sarah Moor, A May- .. .
witnesses shall be Has received the last arrivals from .
1"10\ ;'; ,.. eighteen hundred and twenty-four, the testimony. received hew Dn. Pedro- Miranda.N "per .to..tll.___... nreent anA ....._.. ..
---- --
: said Schooner'jacque Pet tonbe.lDg then writing, unless. personal FMadeiphiaandXt'-,thefol- ; : i A--------- -6 J}' -
seasons, viz : -
: and.there!master,'entered the District and examination shall be required.The -Samuel Noblet S ling fresh supply of GOODS.Groceries 15 packages ladies'and
,
geMle ,
: rJ': "" .I port of'Pei>ac'>Iawithout any commission, Board has also decided P.-John Home Purvis, Joseph fine shoes, boots, Dreg,
1 manifest pipers of any kind, as required Paroit Flora Passel Neil Q I.'
Pursell '
: that all arguments of the claimants dren's shoes} negro shoes&e...
,
't by the twenty-sixth section of the
Peter Pelham 2.. 3 cases saddlery.fine and low
<
4 ,
their counsel shall p
t'j act of Congress, approved the 2d March agents, or lZtrl\\: e1s superfine Cincinnati flour, packages domestics
'brbwn
i: 1799.-Anil that on the night of the srxthda : be in writing. R.-Masters Russ 2, Thomas QJ.J\U 4 cheats hjson skin tea, & '6 chests bleached shirting: and, sb tit;
i of October of the aforesaid, the Ross, Danl. Le Roy & Co. James .- .
: : b } year JAMES BAKER, Secretary, gun powder do,imported 5th April : plaids &.c-.
q. -' sai'j; schooner then I lying at anchor in the Roberts, David Rowland. 1824. S I S
Department of State J 2 bales! flannels

(j' District Port and ofJ'cbt JIarbnrof.l'c Florida lsacnl:1 between, within the the Washington 13 Sf/it. 1824., $ i S.-Nathan Shackleford, Jeremiah 5 barrels loaf Sugar,. I S 3 do.. White and assorted.blueplains;, .

.., hours often and twelve of the night afore. NOTICE. !. Scalan 2, Wm. F. Steele 3, 100 boxes porter, ale and'cider. 3 do. 3,3!, 4,& ,4J point pbn
> 12 barrels 1 ,do. London,Duffields '
.l t9avl), a boat was detected<< and found made li7pnq fbI tltf TTtiitpfl. titthaving Edwurd L. Smith. Peirce G. copperas beavy, .

fast to,'and lying along side'of 'the said I -; -Claims:under "the Treatyof : I i. Small, Wm. Spears 'fobs Smith, Hardwaref' '.1 2"cases'Irish do. Osnaburgs linens, in
: schooner; the said boat then and there lade halfpiece: '
ti' Stiles Smith..
Ghent for slaves and 1 ble fine Russia ,-.
.. :-. ;), Hud having on board four bags of oth-1"l1ri- S sheetings,
:j, coffee and thirt) pieces of India Cotton vate property, taken from them T.-Elisha Thompson, Benjamin -: 1 Ion American castings, 3 cases Brewster's hats assort ,

I '1I cloth'part and'parcel) of the cargo of saidtchocner during the late war between the Thayer, Jessee, Tounsell. 1 do. English do. 3 do.wool hats,

; : of J greatalue,to wit, of the United States and Great Britain, U.-Isaac Underwood. 1 do swedes iron, ". 1 do. Leghorn Flats and silk hsJ
1 .1 :, value of four hundred dollars, which said W.--John White head Collector 5 bur.dlessheetdo. 14 packages assorted fancy and stjA
notified That the De-
are hereby
::t: .. fourbags of coffee &. thirty pieces; oflnda 2 do. steel, goods, '
::{ cotton cloth, of the value aforesaid, had Jinitive list, required by the subjoined :Key West, Joseph. White 20 kegs nails, assorted,.3d,4d,6d,8d, dowlers, linen; ticking cotton do.luSa

1; been during the night aforesaid, between article of the Convention of 2, Robert Williams, John Welsh, IUd, 12d, 20d. diapers, ladies cotton hose, lead,slate u(

t ':,. t BUnsc'tting And the hour ')f twelve afore- St. Petersburg! will be laid before William Whcarley, Nancy Wyait 100 doz. knives and forks, black worsted do. mixed cotton,bUi

: -, '.. < Stud, within the district aforesaid, unladen the Joint Commission for ascertaining 11Valsh.. William \Vard. 20 do. Pen and pocJket knives, white and mixed worstedan lamb,

t t < and delivered horn the said schooner and Y.-JoelYancey} late Collector 20 do. .Padlocks<< / half hose, white jeans, dimities,fiaghl ,.
determining the a. 6 do. coffee mills buck-skin and beaver, gloves, while nj'
and placed ih the said boat, without any .
special I l license from the collector of sahl mount of such Claims, as its next Kty West, 2. 10 do. brass candlestick) coloured Kid and silk .(lo. prints wwr;

.-.. port, and contrary to his directions, andcontrary meeting, in this City, on the 8th Robert Mitchell, 10 do, pocfcrl books qualities, ,figured silk, Italiaah:

'. to and in violation of the twenty- December, in the present year Post JMrater. 1 do. patent sauce panct btring, white sattin. white and' black t
eighth and fiftieth sections of the act of thai such 6 do, Carolina hoe*, vc-ntme, colouied florence, 'vbite *4 '
.. Congress: to regulate the collection of as hanotalrl.ady exhibited 1 four planes, blackt'ltalirn crapes, white luilc.':I.
the'u A laitns, and the evidences Notice. 5 doi sprigged mulls and.leno,4-4 and E4iiD.
; impostsa"dtonnage, approved 2d March :, .carpenter's hammers,
.
b t. 1799. And for ll.at reason of all and singular of them, to this Department 20 do. gimblete tationbuok,4.4- and 64 caijibrics,.5-8 A-

the premih.es aforesaid, and b\ may do so liefurc that time.AHTICLE S\ LL persons having accounts open 6 do. draw knives, conet,floss ,cotton, linen Ihr-;; ads, ;Me
n,. S fOJ't'efthe statutes in' such case made III. BM with the subscribers, arc desired to 3 boxes No. 10 cotton cards ana coloured linen cambric, cambnc vi

and provided, the aid Schooner nuke | When the value of slaves come forward and close the same without 20 bag shot lawn handkerchiefs, chintz shawls e..
t1k ,. v Nombre de Maria,her tackle, apparel and average delay. Those having claims against the 20 kegs powder, bi-oulured and Denmark crape' ,. I .furniture, her boat and the said four bags I shall have been ascertained and firm, will please present them for pay- black silk .vesting, sattin els,( block jrfcoloured

S S .'. of coffee, and the said thirty pieces of In fixed, the two commissioners shall ment.We Dry GoOd ,.bombagettes, bomb zir.esp '
; 'dia'cotton cloth became and are forfeited constitute a board for the claims have on hand a considerable assortment Im andNorwicLcrtpeb, linen damask*
the of the United bl 'cJ ths, 'Madras handkerchiefs band !
,
'S S to use States. And which arc to be submitted to
S.: : .5 praying the usual process and monitoi: ofDry Goods 1 trunk fine'..brogans, i red itrouds, brown linens, & .- ;
them and
S. they shall notify to theSecl'elary 5 packages dry goods; i S ." .
: of this honorable court and that all ALSO
; ,
persons *
b ... interested in the said articles be of State of the United (Groceries, 10 reams foolscap paper' ",
may '
cited in and plates, that they are to Hardware & 10 do. letter 'do. 9 casks Cutlery and Hardware,
t general special, to answer ready receive Cutlery! '
; ::4'boe9'o"o1I hats, 5 packages
Liverpool': glass
'. i the premises and all due proceedings being a definitive list of the slaves doz''Lee's .
Glass zso-2J N. London
Queen's :Stone &] Pills l.castsad-irons
S; ( 1iad, that,the arne be condemned '" '. ;
may and -
other
S -' private property, for N. F!. 5 dozen S
.,, ; : .. as forfeited'to the-use of the Unite Tin Ware S ALLEN. S frj ing pans,
; ; which the citizens pi"the United ..inn15th,1824. SB. 3 ,casks weeding hoes, .
Stotes, 'according to the form of the
t. "4 S S ; statutes which will be sold very tow for cash only.: -
I. : in such case madeand provided Stales claim indemnification, it being _,-President of the Un.Jlt'tate'. : bundles wire and hair sieves,

S Therefore pursuance :of the moni- understood and hereby agreed Jas..B. Selby & Co. N pursuance of law, UIMLS MOJJUOE;, ID.! boxea.' \Vhittemcres' cotton: ,

: ." 'tlon; ,under the seal of the said court, to that the commission shall not take -_Pensacola,25th Sept. Ifctt_ 29. J:President: of: the United States L do .1 S 1\: .-l0.

:: .. : ; S 'directed and delivered, I do hereby cognizance of, nor receive and By William P''Duval Governor. ofi I. hereby-jiroclaim and make ncwn, that S 7 bundles spades, .
I :'. ..' ; give notice unto Jacque Petiton, &. unto ( his Britanic i I the Territory" of Florida. a. public sale will be held -at 'the tstvii of S \S JpiiSj.hollow" -- 'ware- '
'.k all persons claiming tile said articles,that. hat majesty shall not Jackson, the seat of government of the 7 do.Swedes and American Jrci,

': they,be IlJ.}appear before tnesaid United I be required to make J ,compensation F110CLAMATION stale (,f Mississippi, on.the rJIIomfay 1 d?., German steel, :.

.State s Dtrict'and Superior: Court, to beheld forany claims for private property J1EREAS, in ,pursuance of aH at' in.Uecmber, for the'disposal of the '*'80-ptecesrcotton: bagging, r
; .. at the Court House in the City 6fPensacola under the first article of the W3./ of the Legislative Conucil of the Land '&\tuate in ihe'following*.described 500coihi bale rope; I

; .5' 4 ,on Monday the 1st day of N6Vember treaty of Ghent, not contained in Territory Florida, ,approved the .'24th'. townships! and fractioi&1lutinshiiVin! the 25 bags coffee, I
; next, attten o'clock in the forenoon day of June, 1823.- Commissioners .were district of lands ceded to the.Uu\tefStLt* S 2< se ,Iu>ndqnfljji5tarf: =3* 4
i.** : of that day, tlien and there to interpoie -- the said list. Ard his Britanic appointed to select the ,most elfgible.und by1 tll .'Choctaw Indians, vii: "" 1 do. cayeape pepper, r

'a claim for the same, and to make. majesty hereby engages to causeto convenient situation for the seat of government East oftke Meridian line t fth'6'District of t 5 qr.'casks" sweetlalagwiae,.. '

r lheiraUegatiohs.. n that behalf. be produced before the commission of the Territpryof! Floriila, and..I ;' .. Pea lltover. .1". '!?: \ RGxes-anu demijohns r'5"" ,.(, ,
J WM SFHRt:. the said have "" 10..bD.x.e .
candIes
: ,.Uarhnl 'Y. P. as material towards ascertaining CommissiOners reported 'op 'Fractionaltownships c. j sperm:
_, 4iMtGGftION, t '. I facts, all the evidenceof me that they have selected'-scrte in the'. Nos7i44or 16,- & IT" ofrane.o.,, 41 ." ,r.-sweet oil, '. r; ,'". 1.- ,

4. Jcfg\ltfy-forthc U.S.pro hac. vice. County tiadsden, situated October. ,13th, 182. *.-32-2w/ which hiIajesty's govern- southwest from: the old..Wsert p liej J s1 of ftte-Meri. Line of t e'CiictQv .... 4ND .1N -
,, ment be in .. .c. f' SORE,
inv--- flIspqinn f-wvww**-1'h174 .rs**- Tallahasse, about. ludfnrile'.southof. tJi; 3*! IKstritt., t
wfl \as1iaVsa1., i turns,'from: hIs Majesty's officersor Oke-lock-o-ny- and- T'; JJallass%"l .\r-.1 oc-w'-o I,' 'at--,;a-V r''" J', Tpw- -nships------ S Cognjbc brandy,,p each brandy,ginrc"riffe'nd .

1' J1 .,: Superior: Cour, 'of West Florjda.*. 'I I otherwise of the number of point where the old Spanish'roadishiter- No, 7;8, 9, 10, & 12, of range No.1 mento, dry Malaga wine; ,peppel',sf.t po
; Oco. Williamson virtue of slaves carried sedted by a small trail running south\ ard- 7, 8-9, and 10 2 whiskey, young hyson, hjsonand
these
But
,
) j away. the evidence ly." In the exercise the.discretion in 7,8and9 < fgtlnpowderdtafine. table JaIL, !!
j. .5 5 vs.; S } two executions, I so produced, or its defectiveness me vested ,the said small; boxes for rimilies\vrapping
l Collins by act, and for.the in; East tlu MeritrMn line .
-Antoinc of
1 have levied ofths ChactavDistrict.
& -
'
5 upon shall not in bar of formation oftbe.good &.C.&C., foe sale,by .. ,;. : ;
nd another. J shall for sale go any people of this,'Ferritory .
expose
ii; ; .. And :4tJi'bllc ..iuctiont at 'claim cr claims! which shall be I have thought'proper'to issu this TownshipsNo. S Stone & Nisbei.

;ti James Johnson >the 'dwelling house otherwise satisfactorily authenti ill)' Pl'oc1amation'l'cquiring the"uicmuer 7,8,9,10,11,12, of range No 1 Sept. 17th 1824., 'v'PILE

) others ,vs. .san p.J of Antoine Collins, cated. : 32 -4t. of the Legislative Council of the Territory The lands"reserved' by law for the use
': the defendant, on'Tuesday the 26th inst. of Florida.to assemble at the scite above schools or for thtrpurposesi1\'ill: be .SUB1C.litl/"
i1t: 10 o'clock described, on the day appointed law excluded from the .
at A. M. tbcq personal) proper by sales, which will com- ;
! : : .. ty of the said Collins, consisting beds for the next. session thereof mence with the lowest number sections S mAS;Received bv recent! ,arrurall t 1

'S and beddingtables, chairs, crockery and Ferry.(4ttikE : Given under my hand and the townships, and range,' and will proceed, '- 'following good, in additionrmerstockwhich t. 'fat>

, glass ware '1 elegant Mahogany 'side seal of the said Territory at in regular numerical ordr.J' : -. he will. seiri ow
'' board,1 eight day clock, 1 elegant glass i Subscriber having obtained from Pensacola, the 4th day of (Given under my :hand,at/ the City of cash, TIZ :" *' "

;t S cbandalier brass andirons; shovels, ,and 3 the Hon. the County Court for the March, in the year of our Washington, this fifteenth day. of July'A :: 100 'bbls. Whiskey.
S : S' tongs,' 3 horses and ,dray arid various other County ,of 'Escamblaa, license,. giving S. Lord, one thousand eight ,,: D.-1824i .. I. ;''' I f
i: ))1LI .' S articles, too' umer lt1s to mention'; him the exclusive privilege of keeping hundred and twenty-four, 4, JAMES MONROE. 100 tlb. 70hi6 Flour" .. .. ,

I' .... All of which will be sold for caSh, 'to satisfy iALSA. A, : and of the Independence of By the President ., 50 'pieces'Sc-citcb S ..
I..?$ the'above' execution and eost.BE."J. FERRYacross S the United States of America .... mO.;RAHAAI, : '

J : H'r.Jf..f.\.M./II the Bay of Penw" the forty eighth. omm1sior (of the Gen. Land Office. .. .. "NllAflem: ...
in IMf. SEBHEE .1Iar hal W. K WILLIAM P. D UV AI...,
: ,. rf, WE_ *wacola, ,commencing at :
, By the Governor "BtABJblLL MtJJST : :""AN
the of ,
City Peusacola aud
v ending on the S S ,: DRwANcEj
] II.RE HALL GUN POWDER. "
Gi WALTOJT .
peninsula on the side (T1LLiIhwdeeds, bills ot sale
opposite of the /Jalll
;r pow. To from
v, FJ1HE Subscribers, agents for,the pro- : Sec'ry Florida. a'i S. y Preventpeoftle L' :, '
!Uay, and thence back again j to the City 'ers of attorney, bonds Sec. ,in ,the
, JL
5' l prietors, will constantly supplied' of Pensacola, hereby gives notice, that he i March. 131 tt. most approved forms, and attend to: any the day m front qffllt'ti .
thin .
xuth .
t. : powderwhithhu been iugnly' keeps a boat always jn, readiness to accommodate I Custom.House, Pensacola, > other writing which maybe ommitted to it ordained by the

1 I "\ PProYedbYfl'WhOhve used it, and is' : passengers. t July 16tbt 1824. 5 him'with': ': ,promptness and accuracy, and BE. 'of the city of Pensacotti J .
confidently'recommended. to purchasers; 'The' Subscriber. hercb forwarn .. on reasonable terms hissituation .da ,of'
A it is warranted equal if ), ail NOTICE,. ; | in from and after_ the seventh ) trl

; ": .,.,.....:. ;4'&ft r made In' the United not States siiperior, and"1 far of keeper persons,of not said trespass on in' his rights, as To Matter. of Vesteh. ,after round' the him. tlerk's office*renders ar application current' no person shall batJie ,
.. Fenys.s such to convenient'for those mee
i'.botc case e.Y'will whomay be the city;,dtl1ng"tbe day t.! : : fj
S _.. London Tower. Proof; For We' t. TartarPoint.5f J
be dealt ing
with ,
to law. about to execute '
: ( ; S according any instnment of wri- the Point Verducant and th Y.J
; .. ":,":11.+,.';1'.t")' Ye, A. STONE & F..H.. .NISBETktgs j 4 Randal Allis. 'S ;5f ,CoHector has fixed'a lamp at the'corneafU4Custon1Iouse ing which;'is'to be recor ded. :Aguada: ,.and any/one 'olitintnanceit r:: '
<
: q. -f % .5 October, 8th 1824.-' St.D ', .i ,which I .. a. .wb\te .,personOli,. .
; .. ,
.: .. tOG jttjit received.wyiAbsejjce :i will.belighted. foe i ,or J '4e .
".1, ., evety evening, the be. 'ttItei: nt pay a -fine; of two dollar* '''if;
: '.:' : t'..". :: ." S 'L1:4IL.: : : Mail *"< nefituf,\vho.arnveaUe. *dark. to :: : : thereof sballwork at'ihe'puBfe'. gthiscity ;
t .:. ; Iz ::' ;Arrangement. enable them to 'Come'-upr toUe proper m.. TCinTjv tr".1 eiffhfday .,orifaceivetehtohcv ,
i I. S 'r.5z. : :, flURINGI .... .from.-pJ nJoJ H. UE' on Thursday' t'1\rA\* -Af anchorage. '1'he--.J t, beard ftom the ,HjlHAT pleasant aid desirable.tf O SE. : nleM theOWPC( '
I' .". 1 .' ,,:. W..H 1 UNTU j jny agcnt'aridAttorney CluteionPridaj'' P. 'Pbirit, N.N.E. 'distant iabout 6,tniles.IThe. J and.t.OT.'bwjiea by CQ!... J6hn H. pay a1ine of one dollar. I l" \
j 1 : in fact. I : 'lwJ.k.. ""
depth 'of.w
'\ r.wUt'fa.rrJrimlT.'to..4'! {Appkto .j' S Ii'IL'NiDe7
.# \ :.Robert Mitchell ; .... ;
:L'.t' .John Ul1n., .'. 1 ( thiot, .Good.aochorage, be ,fo. nd '{;- A 'J1 itobt.Mjtche1J. ,;,
C ... w31 ,
v 'S' 'I .J.lLI. ;
.
'*. \i''* '.o'*';;.. J .J.fc'_J..:. *v.; .' ,- '.- I. fostMai'ter.......: in.a.direct, line from the ii 6 S .. ,. : ; }"- 1Prej! :B'ard J :,: '.
,' ,t'., ... .'I'M.",._. .. .. .. I, renac'Js.Oct, i84. I .' -.'. I .,! kt)434tO. t,'. : frS June 4th.1B24 Apprqveo\ .. '
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