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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 30, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Je t. En-or ITCR .LT. r I I frightened from __their property:[I hoset about carrying the coffin';j deal sooner ,than was pleasing 'to. at_ yourJusV. :Hjproof; 'and" I 'daresay .. '

: pC..CD. HUNT i our heroine,who had two_ sons, one ,I oontainingthe dy.-Upon this his.mind, or convenient lathe pon ''he ,will,join,with, in thaak-

t BYV.ll.SELL, about nineteen years t>f age, and i the Spaniard'fired, and shot one derosity of his :bodY While tall you for giving it so frankly. : "
Rclzoa AND devil'dt ad. The others took to the last before' be made I and '*' '
It, the United State the othrrabout sixteen, was -seen room, just, 'auc tslr U7. -,
b Ii '..:...u' ;lie,"Dt'lae.aWl.. r un Five dolltra J a yu: ant ad- by our informant, preparing- themto flight-he fired: after them, and his bow addressing himself her The husband\ then cordially re*
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II 'Ad\'ctiJements dlr r j? setteu s' Une discharge their duty. Tip eldest wounded both, one, of whom 'died ,with that suavity of manner: which peate \his acknowledgements_to I

! 2 r!:;fortbe6rt every twelve lines or under. for sne was able to quip iu 'fine in a fe-v minutes and the other es was'so peculiar him, he smilingly him for having been instrumental I 1

.J j iRllcrtion-'Caellaubsequellt- m er- style : she took her husband's. fowling caped. In the morning, when the said, Why 'what a cross in contributing so largely to tbeir ,

vo''' fltu'; (;cnts.twelve andahalfccnts._ peice, "made for duck or plover people! went to .church there was 11 little puss you are 1 Nothing pleas- felicity,; a felicit)" said

in61'-'prpers-- ," (the good man being absent, I accurate to officiate' and it was es you. Here are ten _thousand cu he, "which (should any thing '

. -- \SCELLA on a coasting voyage to Virginia) j shortly after discoveredon examining riousand valuabletbta brought lead< you, sir, into the neighbor 1

, 4 and with it the powder horn and a the two defunct devils that at,vast expense from all 'parts of hood of---- -,) you will gratify :,
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... From the B.lltn Gazette. shot: bag ; but th- lad; thinking the 'I'one was the uui'ltt, aildtte other the world, and you turn up your extremel, both myself. and my

_ HEROISM. duck and goose shot not quite the the vicar-the wounded devil was nose to the whole of them. Do wife,' if you call and witness."-,

Toe heroic conduct of a young size to kill regulars, his, mot her j the sacristan, who confessed the you think with'these airs that pretty Then leaving his address, and hi

lady of the south, in the revolution- took a chisel, cut up her pewter j diabolical proc eding.- face will everget you a husband? and- his lady shaking Mr.A by'the 1 ,

11iss Geiger, has beui spoons, and hammered them into I Thi& singular case is now before Not if. he knows you half an hour hand;they deis" arted. .

mentioned arffar of late with some just slugs, and pUt tnem tn'o his bag, the criminal tribunal of Barcelona. first. Almost every day of my 1.

urns. We were happy to and he-set off in great earnest, bul life, and ,especially en attending From the. lMrie n BaptJd.JtDglUiu. r
cncolnt ,
this notice, for, in our opinion, thought he would call one moment I ladies through these rooms, I "How 09 THE fLEASUUS O>PUBLIC WOUOX7. i it

the ice females of this country have and sec the parson \" ho.said wIt Singular Customs of the Females- of regret I being an old bachelor, for I of amiable Hosts.are" thy tabernacles,0 Lord,

not had heir just share of pra.sefor I cone)'-God piv- G u a9uil. see so many charming, good tem- Sabbath- and sanctuary privi*

their privations, sufferings, and serve you-and on htYCII' iu t.ie [From Capt. BuiI Hall's Journal.] pered women, that I reproach myself j leges,"are among the most.vahia*
excitement The We w :I'e somewhat surprised, fur not trying to persuade one I
brave and t,eneious way of his duty. vrjuiigcst blessings which.the Christian I'
and feeling, for tIle comnvm cause was importunaterportunate for hU equiji- on entering the first house, to observe of them to bless me with her com- enjoys. They ,chett and animate J .'
eventful contest. his mother ccuhi nud j the ladies in immense ham- But I. can't fall in love # t
liberty, in that m nts but j pany. his soul, and inspire him with '1 f a
The females of Saragossa!: have obtained nothing to arm him with but on rrr''cks,made ot"net work of strong with you, and I'll honestly tell fresh confidence and zeal I 1

immortal glory for theirmartia.1 old rusty sw.t'd ; the buy seemed<< grastiycd t of various colors, suspended you, 1 shall pity the man that does; How refreshing is the*'Sabbath 1

prowess, during the memorable rather unwilling to risK himself, rl'O.i1ht" roof, which 'was for I'm sure you'll plague, him out I to the weary Christian after A :

sire of that city : they with this alone, (jut lingi-rca in the t vu-nty fret hfi h. Some of them of his life." 1, week of restless anxiety, toil and ,

fought and fell with the courageof street, in a slate o. n siuuon& I were titling; others recliiing in During this singular valedictory J labor It relieves his mind from {i

tne sacred band," and d.-- when his mother thus Ui'bi aided : their hammocks, with their f-et, speech, (delivered with such pleasantry -' .I the cares and fatigues of,the world, 9K'

serve imperishanle glory. Our I Ir.Mi. You Jou t H***.., what or ut least, one foot, left banging that even ,the reproved
women had not the same opportunity : will your fatiier' sa; n' he hears : out, and so nearly touching the could not take offence at it,) the, peace and tranquility. '

or they would have merited: thai'a child of his is afraid to meet I futt', that, when they pleased, they l gentleman who was of the party, Every earthly) object! is banished *w(

the same praise : theirs was ,heroism tne lirilish, goaloi-g : Ucg or borrow cuud: reach u with the toe, and, b} looked now at the speaker, and I from his mind, and the glories of 1

of a different nature, :but required a gun, or y'VU will nu'i Outs a gentle push, give; motion 10 then then ?t the lady'with considerable 1 the eternal world rise in prospect

as much soul and nerve togo child-SOITH* cuw arU, 1 UuVe' say, art,q;uck. This famil) Consis.edof emotion, but said nothing, while I before him Auspicious day i

through with. Is it not as will be running away, then& Liszt nu leis than three generations; she called up, no small portion of
hard> to consent that a father, husband his gun und uidich lur'.ard, aiiu if the graudmother lying at full i lightning intu a pair of fine dark art ever charming, ever lovely. I
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brother or son, should go tote you come b,"k. and 1 near ouM length in a haimnoiK suspended eyes, and some transient flashes will welcome thy apprnach, and

oar, and then go silentiy to hate nOL b.huved like a man; i across one corner oi'thc room, the of it into her,cheeks, and then with enter upon thy duties with joy and }

work to prepare them for the tight, shall curry the olusu o. shime onuiy mo.her seated in another swinging' her friends',:(who affably wished delight. Let the world spend this

brighten their armor, make up the toe: to the gruvt," bhe then from side to side, and three young their e&',did Cicerone a good sacred day as they please, as for .

I cartridges, adjust the ball to the shut the door, wiped tHe tear from ladies her daughter*, lounging in morning,) withdrew.: me,I will devote it to the Lord._ e

alibre of their muskets, and then her t'}", and waittd Uie issue ; th* one hammock attached: to hunk Somewhat more than a year afterwards Gladly will I enter the courts of '

bid them God-speed, with a face I boy joined the march. SUCH it woman along: the leng'h of the room. The on going the same round I Zion and join in the worship oftLe, ,

full ut' hope and a heart lull ut cou.d not have cowanls fur' whole,' party \verv swinging away again, our honest friend was ParticularlY Most High Inestimable privilege -

;grit[, and then sit down at huine; her sons. Instances of refined and at uch a furious rate, that, at first, pleased with one lady .,of I would not exchange it

*with a double proportion of d m<'s- delicate pride and affcxuon occurred we vi ere confounded and made the party ; and that one being the for all the wealth and honor of

tic cares, as it is to fight ? And as at that period, every day, indifferent bdifferent tlt variety motions in prettiest, he contrived, accordingto which the ,4 world can boast. In

,I I they rocked the cradle of unconscious place, and in tact till. directions. We succeeded his wonted ,custom, to pay ,her this delighted service would I
however in
: infancy, they shru tne tear disposition ami feeling was men sofa making good our the most particular attention. spend my days, and employ my

'of fearful accident and lonely gars tocommou, that ii now operates P pussage to a at the further Respectively inquisitive respecting latest hreath, "A day spent in thy
side of the room, though not without .
the slightest noise cause of our uot having object which time allowed house
tress, catching as one great of every 0 Lord is ;better than a
made by the passing traveller, or more facts of this kind iccorued. a ,preiieusiou being knocked her to notice, she asked him a thousand"..elsewhere.

watching the countenance of every .-VV'hat, few there are. remembered over by embarrassed the way. The ceased ladies their seeing number of questions, and most But why am, 1, so, passionately
friend who chanced to cru s die shall not be lost. Nothing us willingly fond of'the Temple of the Lord
until the introduction
threshold to see if they could reads or glorious, was ever achieved Mbratipns do I
great "& Why approach it with such .
the
had taken place, and, then, tOUthU taugl* lo'WIllai one all he knew,
his eyes, any news from the which woman slid nol act In, feelings of holy joy, and leav it .
the floor wi'h their ices
\ while in the
camp. wavier, or consent to. most engaging manor with so much reluctance ? Is it -
without
How often has the painful question tlwung'oIr again any inter- she drevr:the.attention her from
of
any I
the conversation. principle religion .
ruptiuu to friends to curiosities
been asked. have you bird Extract o.fa letter from Barcelona, We had often many which posses ? Or is it, owing:to. an attachment
heard before of
thing from our ? and the dated June. they would otherwise have passedby .
any army I 1823, to a, beloved pastor,
fair of
the
countenance of woe has been tu the i A singular occurrence has taken the complexion Guaya- unobserved. In short, as good whose touching,eloquence" and ve

inquirer, a'full answer-your hue i plat, here, iu a village cake I quilcutis, but had fancied it was Bishop Rundle bays, she being hement fervourirarm '

6ine/ is no'more, fie alecfis with .thehzvc. Aries, near Hostairicn, abou. merely'com arative. To our sir dispose., to be pleased with everything *
prise, therefore we found these ladies the pairioiu,and pt oulyka the
Does not such a siiualiuti twelve I leagues from Barcelona. A every thing conspired to Mart" _
quite asfair and clear in complexion please her." Nor less
much fortitude was pleased
require as an a constitutionalist '
the
being at point I "ee others who are esteemed
courage as to bear the fatigues and of death his brother called on tincurate as any Europeans, unlike her worthy and benevoKm for their virtue and }
clangers of the service? The"pom)), an requested him to comeand the Spaniards also, their eyes are guide, who, while he was contemplating almost religion, :manifesting -
total indifiercnce
a -
'i glue, and their hair of a light color. the beauties ,of nature .
pride and circumstance of was

war, administer .
the sacrclmeub.I to the services of the house
excite even the ordinary mind, t I The The whole party maintained the contemplating nut only the charms t
refused
of God
curate saying! and while I am sitting in
the det'ds.If" pith and moment," brother is constitutionalist character fur Prr-& rninence in of her person, but also those of> "
"your a breathless silence with heart
beauty for which Guayaquil i is I her mind. At a
out that silent, solemn, length, the wonder
patient that is.to say a vil.ain. and impious burning within'' me," feasting
which celebrated. Even the venerablegrandmother ended.." he 'about
waits the event of was to
courage ?
wretchand ,.od the luxuries of
an ciit-my to intelK'dual
upon an
preserved her lookain make his last bow when fascinating
Providence
in calmness, is of a ana he is the
man- damned
withoutmercy banquet, they remain dispassionate .
higher cast in the scale of moral I and it is therefore a degree rarely'met with between fair one, with an arcsmile h 'andjinmoved
useless and perhaps either ,
l'tucs.-Our females the tropics looking rather askew in '
possessedIbis (for "
me to confess him! -"B.'l carelessly gazing the
beyond all I women-it-was not who told the face,) asked him whether he upon
you that my brother wa F om the JfrwYork JJ/trror. audience or indulging in a quiet ;
remembered ? t'
the unnatural elevation of the damned '\Vho' told'meVh! :her No madam, slumber.
Spartan matron, because it contained cried the astonished Spnuiard at A Leson.-Uue day according said he, but I shall not easily ,
to the rules of his office, Mr. A.tht Then .
softness from Christian forget her
linking
i a God has spoken to you!" "Yes you.
humility which nature never teach- answered the curate with assurance assistant Museum librarian in the British arnrwitti,that of a gentleman who Colonel Tarlton.. The New '

ts -It it to be desired that all the ; "God spoke to me during that attended of through was of the party she asked him in Brunswick Courier in announcingthe 1

inecduies which will t.t'l'tu illutratc the sacrifice of he mass, and told magazine of ladies curiosities, a the same engaging mauner, whether > death of Captain Howard,

: the female character, ando 1 me'that your brother was damned of party whom and gentlemen, all he remembered him ? To who commanded a company in

: show the part they took in the to all the devils." It was in vain disposed ,to except be one lady, were which he replied, He thought e one of the Provincial regimen

:ontcii, should be collected as that the brother reiterated his entreaties what highly pleased with did ; but the gentleman looked ,during the revolution has the fol,
lov-n an possible. It will soon be the they saw ; and realty wouldhave better than when he saw him before. lowingtierrolio as
curate was inexora
"o late fur accurate details. Wecolled i hll1. A few days after the constitutionalist fair oue.been had so,not if their capricious ." Now sir," said she, *uon't' "While stationed in the Jersey*
dampened
their
; of hearing an anecdote died and the;' brotuer!; gratifications with such YQU'recollect once, in this very near 'New York, with a detachment *

ro.-n an unquestionable source, ilustritive returned to the curate to beg of] as these : "Oh exclamations room, !giving, a lady, who was commanded by Colonel

of the spirit and ferlingstiling I him to perform the funeral ceremony -, come along 1 see trumpery pleased 'with nothing, and displeased Turlton, a regimental order was
among the females offat on the hod.'h e curate "; nothing worth with every thing a smart Il issued forbidding any soldier taking
looking at. This
day. Although iris[ not mark refused, saying,'tribe soul of lady being the lecture for her caprice and ill,temper l- fruit or other articles from the
Jl by the your handsomest of the group, Mr. A. ?' tt Yes madam I ''do." inhabitants.
slightest touch of the"r.,- brother is now burning Two yo'ung men of
hell
in as (who
awtict it has although an old bachelor, "Well. sir, 1 am that lady I Howard's of
Capt.
yet sufficiency ofKttngth i I told YOU'' before. It would be in j or company, respectable
to keep it from oeing v uI- vain for me to 'take any trouble about first was a fixed great admirer of beauty,) at I should rather say',, I vat, for' you, I connexions who, bad
*Jr. A good lady-we knew here interring his.body for upon her as a temporary L- I have been the means,'in the,bands, 'come over to the, 'British army,
*. 1l during favorite ; but soon had reason of Divine of bad obtained
when she had grown old-in tile sight the devils will andcarry Providence, making leave of a farmer
'7J5, lived<< on thesca.board' about it away, and in forty come;.days to another transfer: his particular attentionto me!'a totally different person to- near_.
Jte'lJ''S.match from' Boston, where yourself will meet with the I less handsome but more what I then was ; .and I. ,am 'aow. gather some ,apples from hia, orchard
: '.sir army then was. B) fate." The Spaniard same amiable On her continuing a similar iL come to:thank' you for it. Your which they brought into
Isime, not giving strain of exclamations, attended halfin and, halfinearnestmode their
unaccountable accident, 'a implicit, credit to this ,diabolicalvisit -.jrat room. As soon as the fru'iio
"U with '
.nroor.alis spread in town, and watched the correspondent looksand of 'reproof,' caused, me t ,discovered ,in the barracks, a

r:,n lf' h and, about there that the body of his during brother night with his by her demeanor and said ,"be turned towards know myself, and,was',or far more. complaint was made to CoL Tarl .

.. : r*ulara were on a full march pistols loaded. Between' My sweet ystune g use than' all that had been ..doaebefore ton (who was oo friend to Cap
\epUer I Irrh' anci would and o'clock lady, what paiDs"JO kindly taketo in correcting a spoiled temper. I Howard,) and the two men were
probably ,one a knock was beard
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\' c .n three houra at farthest at,the door, and a voice exclaim' from-prevent that fine face of yours.. Alter,,we.ha left ,you (con immediately! confined and, a court "
,f5ts ass after killing half the beaux-in Itiriued .bell,began to reflect atrioUlly martial ordered to them for
the battle of,Lexii try the '
UI ,
ed, command to in doQ' !
you, L9 And <
open ,directed .
then his
1
,tuns a1iU sill\ well on the occurrence. Good crime.of. stealin-gr.Court,
be
as might the of the I
: name
l i iJ..u td.'al"in tngGodoa conversation explanatory to the i fleas' ,said,!'1 to myself, 'iflapptarthus was of
composed Provincial
d' : officers
a confustss --. pen it outyourinsraati' 'a it ,at I I : -
them
1Ulll differentobjects, before, to uhamiable, bow
wr a
re to stranger The
builin farra.er.was,
t1I! g with. rage and_ hand The Spaniard.refused to the,"rest of the !' I brought to
t
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party. .
o I friends
to :
fig hr, must ,appear my i es give evidence agaittt the:
sons with rear and and after.be'l I tttuus'to .'
'; open, 'shoitly .wC'a-, So much 'influence : :
9afyriuri<< wne : : however:, pecially"'With! those, :destined i who stated itr tSr court that tfeftybiiBg '- .-q
h.cU ,
their a.windowhree.ab '
ire. an'd g treatbi ter by e bodied, her- :
haoSbej over
companions that
r live with 4 You
constantly
me \
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; had asked ; .
men ,
for'' liberty :to. ;;
IlIAC' life derlta covered with skins of
'. wit ilbealeo the )
.i1d1be
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n as round anti '
: to the asked mc;sir, if_I expected,ever.,tO'get gatlterthe apples, which.he freely ',:
) .s.e.t, when mostwere beasts ,having the usual quantityof instinctive librarian : :
role } worlhyjand ,! a.husband?, I then bad one that he would ,
rnt gave, and be glad to
7 orother, horns, cb A s, aut) *pikt<,j J tails, one caused, hUlto; finish it a,good this gentleman, who' was "fruit -
to.theme
prcacnt re *at, n.D1i time,
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if i6f would asfc liberty ; these'young : :" :,!I. ,1- :--:-.. .:- ,- ..,..... '! Fathet1, was ,brn in *ViigintafEtndjwavtheyoungest r' Albanian conunanded; 'end,'! cdram 'of being -able rfr

: men clidV When the ,colo- 't J:, .JOOjiESTJC.: t i 'so4 'of a;! sbbKer had: ..they* began their. dei.b'arta'tj .< themselves, that they senf ?d

aelfound.th at4the.court W sjikclytoTavorYhe ; mother who had..seven 'h lsband : nthan the ,Albaniansiie.n11riu1gonthefew the 9tlfti&lan4s' they (lid...:.:t. ** o

yo"ungmen'he'disolv""; :. 2)A'i ..' d fi ..I'.lfiP'. 1ffizcr-' The French*war commenced Iff g Ipsariots who. assistance. Since the nrl td

ed the court martial, an:I appoint The contract for clearing the Ohio 1754. and terminated. 1759. were to defend the, place with the island, the Greeks Who ca ::1't or

cfii ed one composed of European officers and Mississippi riven of ,sawyers .. Gazette. them, and killed nearly, ihe whdleof ,ed, with other, to the a .

who very soon convicted' and snags, under the proposals; of SAVANNAH, Sept. 11. them. The few who remained about 60 sail,.returned nut to s' r

young men of the crime of stealing therJingineer Department issued Vitr1 '(jtton.--D.u.ritig: the week, were. obliged l to leave the place; ,took a number of gun-boat J :a.

A ( notwithstanding the evidence by order'of'the Secretaryof.\yar| three loads of Cotton. 'of the new,. thus"" allowing 'Turks to I land other small vessels, and nd

.\; of the farmer in their behalf. Col. in i conformity with the act of Cot n'' crop, arrived in town from Burke without opposition, ''and, once onshore number of Turks. The killed .t

Taritoii approved* the sentence, ,gress, of the 24th.t>May las.t, making county being one month earlier. they began firing on these Bach -. again; went to.Ipsata Capt1 km
r an appropriation the improvement which sold for fourteen3S9friie Albanians, who had been "joinedby has returned ..
and the. men were ordered to receive : thanjU-tUal! I,' to'Myielenc. 'n'f tb
r each spa lashes. CaptainHoward' of the Ohio and 'l\tisst next picking is expecttd -i a small body of faithful Albanians him xemt'inthe. GKek ?

.,rf t :waitecTupon) Col. Tarltbn I Issippi, rivershas been decided'irffavour j ; ,',will be of a better-quality, I and after desperate conflict Pacha .again went to lpsara a ett.r

without delay, and staled the.good ot' the proposals 'of Mr. than that already arrived. We' with great loss, .to the Turks, has rctut'ntd"to.l\lyteh'nl". ''t

J character and respectable connex John Bruce, of Lewis county, Kentucky understand that the cotton of this destroyed them all During this him remain the Greek flcJ Ber?.

: ions of these young men, and beg- whiph were the lowest re- year will, not quite equal that 'of time, the Captain Pacha was attacking '- Troops to a large number JiiT

ged with tears and words that cei ved. The contract includes the: the last) in quality, but that the the town and'castle ofip I r come from ail parts for the

they might not be punished, offering Mississippi from St. Louis to its quantity will be fully as great.A sara, without much effect; but the of' Samos, which' has ".refused attack

: at the same'time: one hundred mouth, and the Ohio from Pittsburgh who'e' ail nest of coiners and Greeks, hearing.,vvh t was going so mmit.Viwther, .. thePa6ha ; tt

guineas for their release, to be to its junction with the counterfeiters of.Bank Notes has on be hind them, and i immediatelyseeing be able to pass.over theJ"o'oPSirt VTia.

.p : paid down instantly. The barbarous -. Mississippi.-Mat. Gazette., been discovered, at Covington. ihfctth'ey': had been betrayed, main to be seen. If he .catf i

t chief refused to hear any' A man who called himselfAaron Kentucky,. and their unfinishednotes thought .it prudent to retire, lest. 1 ur s'vlll go, for every I I

.. thing in their fyvor, and .retorted Cummins, has been arrested : and apparatus have, with they should bb caught.between the the island; and without a Greci'o nii

upon Cat; ,H., sayiiig-"Sr, :your .al Portsmouth a .;charge of some of the villians, been secured, two fires, This they effected 'before they cannot escape.. TurK "hn clc
will discipline passing counterfeit money. A- will be led the bar of : the which had been have .
men are not acquainted St to. justice troops been to' Ipsar,!,, sary, -thti'?
I -\\"hy.sil", YOI never, flog mong a quantity of counterfeitbills under circumstances .that landed, on the other side of'the the men acted as the women
I'll learn bet.te.'t l found upon him, were 53 bills I doubt their islandcame into did*
your men- you leave no I"oon.0 con- up. 'l'bey'retired they would! never have.
Shortly: I after, upon a very slight of g3, of Commercial Bank of viction.i their monasteries l' they, Hundreds of women threw SUcceedc
New Jersey; 50 bills of,,85, of the Last the their wives with ihem.' Under children Into thtip
provocation, captaii( ) How.al'd.was Wednesday, SovereignG. too the sea, anti tliti.
confined tohis room by c ol. Tarl- Franklin Bank in New' York; 3 Consistory, for the U. S. of one of the largest of their tacjied the Turks with
ton's order' and after bills of g5, Eagle Bank1.' New Haven conferred the monasteries it had thetiunott
.finding, America, highest appears they I fury. Some. when finding the
sometime had elapsed, he was not ; and 14of g5, Phoenix Bank p degree of :Masonry on the distin- a powder mine, which they set fireto I were likely to be taken a1i,/

4 likely! to !be released, ne much ailj Hartford. lalt. American. guished-bpithers Gen. La Fayelte, not being able to resist a,third destroyed themselves.Few
i (
j plication! ..to head-quaiters' for a The Connecticut Joutnal in George Washington La F..yelle. attack, which the Turks where more than fifteen) 'lps riot not

court rnal'tlalt.llth was directly speaking of the Presidential: question alll'on the R.T.. Elisiia Kin then making upon 1 them, and! are ; have been brought here. wo.eii -

I v ordered,:and I nl jill* Martin, of the I remarks It is left us only! toregret l .sq. Deputy Grand :Master: of ti.i said" to nave thus destroyed. a population of the island is state Tlia(I

.- royal artillery; presided. Capt. that in the two :candidates Grand Lodge nf the Slate J' New- great numbi-rof Turks.Another to have been above 12000of which

Howard honourably acquitiedof for the presidency now before the York.-A. Y. ftrr. .it/'t1erli er. account ndds-"The 1600 were Albanians, "
only l left to a choice __ ____ pan0f
: ihe iiisn public we are
!
charges brought against: -- -- u- Captain: Pac ha ordered firshi who were sold to thc Captain ;

by colonel 1 Tarlton Sc himself fcnd : of evils.) \Ve had hoped that a lllj liE i t; .. ttiJilDS. < tul! :ithH .k.. fir. this.... fur.tress. cha,) and 2000 to 2500 men .
tI -- -- ---- ----- --- rap
of a ,
: company highly eulogised! by; ihr disiingishcd! citizen neighboring : -- :: Animated by success, they } ble of bearing al'nn. The fore

:3 president ,for their good & slJldil"J'Ii" i slate, (DcVitt.. Clinton,) of PrU11l the jYunonul Jiitci1ig.ncer. rushed with great fury, without of the Turks was 18000 troops

,k fmrlrct. !'iHt cant.' Howard whom his How-citizens are not Late IS CAS irum Lurupc, u.ui 11i1JorL4uLad al"tille1"UUH. the fortress. and attempted beside a large; squadron of men of,'

; was no,(,.ltqgelhersaiisli''d! with all worthy, would have been presentedto til-ltlfj, III;-, llOlil tiU'fCU.j [ wiiKout MI cess to peneIrale war and transports. *. "
L this, Nf"vrnt ill 'p :riun 'to colonel the people of thc United States \tw io7A", October 4. it. tould cool
iolViis: -' for ,their suffrages. But no hope IiL3 &4'JIifk: Jd4fJLU l'1U..\ Nothing This affair has not distracted
l iN.. York with
; I '>n, :, their ardorf, ..nd they continued
and remains from that quarter-and The Ulu ;d iinpuuuui nc\vs is the Greeks, as might have be.next
\vh6m-ur! was intimaus irquoietf -
; i themselves to the fire oft iheIpsariots
.hi' lo intercedevlh. the not a few oi* the firnn-st patriots ot' from l rCLce. \\ iui olcdiu6heal.ts xpose .. The large l.xjJ 4itioD ,a.
: : until after o'clock
on
1- cpm-inuidiM' in ( ni. f to allow him ')ur countiy feel themsuhes to be our ca.de i have uircauvptru the aftei "of the 4h. The gainst the Moreu has not ore! sait
noon -
1:, fnrtVr salisfastioi. .T'ie colonel 1 placed In a niost unpleasant di- : ::.ed sou.c piiial details- o* Greeks then that the 'ed from Alexandria. ..
it-wiia." 4 'aU: lull of liJ iI.t1. Our c rres- perceiving The: London Courier of
; 4 told him :he would ,see- Sir Ilenr) I, nuuiber of their'assailants J IheJdtl t IconUins
: in a day or two, and the next l i,1.l" We understand: says the Rich. PIJ.Htcut [has luriiibhed 1IUCJI e pal'dcul.tl" moment incr was that fvery ad\ ices. from Smyrna and

he (Ctpt| in Howard) came over to moqd Compiler that on Thursday and iuiercsting account ul longer defence would ising be fruitless, a Constantinople, by way of Iulj! ,

New York, he would I have an an- night (live of the convicts of the inui bioociy ana aciicroUo uilun acc-'Tding lowhich, no doubt. ro
and: that die* bt'
must
11I swer. Accordingly) captain Howard Ptnitentiary escaped from that -Bui thc gloom; prouuce'a, i h> Vhisinlfiiig stopped ther they fire for a few lively minutes. mains of the destruction of tE,

waited on Colon 1 Hoi/mson, I building. They sawed, the bars of .ncc it>>, lu a very considerable The "1 orks rushed lurk* at Ipsara. It apjearsfror

ivho gave !him i a 'c. icrsayingihere their skeping cell, and let themselves uegrce, ui.>pelled oy uUvic* sol side with Scaling ladders upon every the reports, tuatihe, blowing up of

sir, Jlvt'thi.\l letter to colonel down by blankets-Where, the sUi)5L qurut naval bucctasesof andY r upon the uf the fortress ntionrU in our JCl,
puint entering
: Tarton! hr. is corn 1Hlcd to beg in the name of wonder, were the the GreeKs, and the recapture when the ters above. destroyed the most. of

your pardon. on'parade.. sentinels.Cotton.I 1 ofipsara. .1 ills giatnying He usis pulled down :Ihe'lpsariot ca tlfll'iug' a gun and, the TurKs' wiio. were about. tho' I
4- flag, "
.-We continue to receive positively asericu by fort. i
k At the first parade bfur the our correspondent. -' hoisted _
suddenly a white
rc't flag on
: ceipt of'tin*'letter by c6lonei he most discouraging account ihe'ouly circ.m- which were inscribed the words :A letter published In- the Jouroal

: ton, the officers. were. Called in I respecting the havoc made by the stance that casts a doubt upon Liberty or Death. Hardly had of Missolonghi, received at Corf&.

' fruist-he' then Came up with the Hot in the Cotton of this State. it, is the luct: stated by1 Capt. 1\.ln1) the flag floated fri the air, when a on the 21st of July, by express

t ". 'ter-\n\ his hatH!, i\lId sternly said Fears are entertained that from who arrived at Bostou, ana wiio terrible explosion was heard. lp- gives the following accuuDtO(the

\.' ;jJ'aill' Howard,' I beg your par- one four-ill to one half of the crop asserts that, on the 26th, when sariutsTuiks all disappeared, all Greek success : ** The Gretk

;f n." :.Now, sir, after this, iaktue "will be'destroyed.Kaieigh .-- ae pusstd Ipsara the Turkish fleet were swallowed The whole fleet which left Hydr, "tho
yourself.." How- J\T.\ G. Star Sf'' t. 24th. was tlin ott'tnai I&ldna." But up.
'I : "Ca'ptain : island waS" shaken to its .foundations 6th of July hastened to tbd
ir r, i modestly replirtl; Sir, l"t'le..., Los of the Sckr. Sw//?.-The 'there't'as evidently some mistake and even vessels at sea, for- coasts-of Ipsaru, where the .Cap
did love I' shall fear fishing smack Ruinb'jw, arrived in this mattel us*we 'have 'a K-ile'r
you'and never tain Parha still cruised. A. batik
some miles distance, felt a violent ,
.. .
..
I .\-u", .. :: : hero yesterday. from a fishing}'- from Constantinople' the 22d of[ shock." which took place there bet\mi

; "1.1.. .: 4 I 'ug' on..the coast of Florida, and: July, slating "that the 'Captain -tromaIl-- -accounts,. the Greeks the two fleets Was most furious?

From CfidrlJjMn Courier brings accounts of the loss at thes'chr. l'ac.ahud. returned to MyTelene The Greeks, aucceede b
< ..
fought
l' l EIG N' P.l\nX" 1P 1t"1. Swift, Capt. Burger, of this ":() .land, his WouhOctl), and' to repair time very valianlywd: .yvcv*the alone of fire-snips, III ..burnng'threo.jijeai (.
near-repulsing
A: Liihoncfc i paper oC the '2d AufusU porirofrthe Isle of Pines, on the four fri; aies which 'can notketp Turks to very their Eoat, and would Turkish IrigateS', which wt"recorn.'

. : ; g 've&A' I1\ flattering acc 29th till.-The Swift sailed from; the 0ra." In addition. to this have done so had not the latter manded by Capouduna, Begby .

: .""unt'of tKe prospects) of an anun-- this poft on .hr 8th uh. with a car the accounts of, the Greek successes been reinforced. Women, (from (V ice-A dmiral,) the Patrons! ;

{*.:.!it 'harvest, Tlie.' cuttings hau; go of Rice, for the West' Indies is )puohbhed iti the' ..Grecianiazette what the'Turks say themselves) bey (Sub-Admiral,) and the Realr

-" c< m uitwnroi that neighborhood, touched; at Jamaica, where not '( Extraordinary, and the fought more bravely, if possible, hey (Rear-Admirah) .blew p.
,\nd it i is '.remarked tat' for the* I lindihg: a market she caused
L was proceeding new* has great: :'rejoicings than theme ; they were seen handto The Captain Pacha saved himself*
,::'}t fifty years there had not been' to Havana, when she waslost among .he Greeks; who had or- hand with the Turks, others but His vessel was very much dam;
1)f'li. "more'ahundant as above statc The follow dend the Tc Deiiiii
jjrosjH'ct ,> lo be sung. throwing tneir children into the aged $ many other Turkish-vessel
1 11" .rvos<. .avi; with tjie smiles' of i: ing' is an extract of a letter from It :appears from this paper lhat, sea.and jumping in after them of different dimensions werebuntf

''ovidiMfcv," a rl'w'cLt.s, Ireland Captain Burger. dated at Havana, all ihe Grecian vessels bad gone others dashing their brains out; or taken, the remainder o1theQt'
; vviirtiifvo an almost'! inexhaustible Sept H :- from the other Islands to assist
against the rocks, rather than fall taman.,fleet fled, and took. shflid,
::' su;?ply 1 for h'I' itiijnenv population "Tins will inform you of the lossof" the Ipsariots, and tha.. this fleet aI'hr into the hands of their enemies.However in a very bad condition, at iqjlene.
$ il r.k'y.hud. 11lfJnl'Y to pure/tone rood.Tho the schooner Swift, off the Isle : ,,having been to Casoai.d saved .
'
This ial&
I. I f the 1 siU of Pineson the 29lh Isle during the conflict, a ( ,_ statement very
; i IT pea '< duties was, August, and that where there Was an
i.; g benVficiUHy (felt in the nt'hrhlJur-., of the safe arrival here of myself equally bravtj resistance; by the great numberof women, old men, factorilyaccouniy the C nst'
and children, were"placed on board tinojle story of his returning:
hood "
of Hl and crt"w.Ve saved
I but Casiols
the'
<\'Sg"ow. nothing against) Turks
returned ship and setoiffor i\'IiU lent-, to land his wounded,
An .aricle--in: imitation of Canton a little clothing,.& suffered much.. to Ipsara with their fleet oi"up- Hydra. The '
Greeks had and his .wJuc&.
crape is 'noU' ntUnutaciured, in. shall, to-morrow 'sail for Baltimore wards of 80 sail!, where the 'Turkish -. unfortunately unshipped repair frigate
Pjish'} 'be) admirably, that it can. in hopes of meeting there fleet was beaten with the loss' the rudders of their ves- would not keep the sea-!) 'Aftcl

scarcely be Delected from the genuine the schr. Harvest."-C/ias. Cour. :. of three vessels sunk, and the'L .els, in order that not one of them this decisive victory, the Grcei

J: ; article- ,.. Competition. Quaker in Pnilatielphia fleet put lo flight. !I should escape, in case of the island effected a landing the Island o .

t; Ten thousand being taken ; many of them, however Ipsara. More than 2000 Ipsaria
: pounds sterling: addressing a Bostoman. ,, h Smyrna July 25.-In politics .
:! .I'' *harl! b'-en subscribed'. loMhe, r.elief. said, "I rejoice that thy people did we hate rather a sad story.Vt",: were seen at sea without- held out' in two ..forts, of tint'14 f
: of. a nobleman 1 rank not illuminate their their rtidd rs. land. 1 h-y favored effectively'tblescent
ofgh a" houses
f.. ; : ,, .relative ; ifhcy mcn iontd in our last, the : }
of had I capture We are glad to learn Canari ( of their copatriots. FrOOl
believe
; : a distinguished! states- that our citizens uf the Island of that -
Ipsara, the
by
: the famous *, five to six thousand Turks WIlD
; 'rnaih, lately d Cl"asl.u.. would burn theirs. -Idem. Turks we have since Bruioticr- has --es
; learned the'!
.t. Thw briiisb sloop of war Delight The folIowingVas! the toast given 'articular The caped. He was defending -himself were in the Island, terrified at.tb
Captain Pacha
I Hay, and all on board 'including by Gen. LA 'AYEITE, atV cst after: remaining at the Island very bravely, with 22 men, defeat of their fleet, took'to flig'
of
I 23' blacks: 'saved* from.the Point. Mytelene of (his sailors)' in a"small battery, and-being pursued the utm9'
"' of rre. lch'l.SSe1 lost upwards a month, and is said to have' beaten off 17 were all cut to pieces." .
1 .Vrt..c'k a ; was The Military .
.. _. .,. '- Accademy of West during which lime he embarked .. IS I
.In a hurricane oil" the \4aurIt1us. /ltJil1t.rschool of Liberty and an. ,, immense number of boats with number of troops ; This cheering.. intelligence
: i %, We mention with regret,.' the,! !'Equtlity-tvs inseperable sisters; sailed from thence the troops afternoon having lost 12 of their companions -. corroborated from various-$- sBf. .

.' ; ''death Scotland of the Rev. Dr' -the scientific bulwark of nation of the 3d of July.on It the'other 10 sprang from behind -' Ces.It wasll ought to Hyflr*I "f

'Alexander Irvine, of apoplexy. I al'defence ; a happy( and most 'precious observed that the Commodore was of their ramparts, ami seizing' "an advice-boat, 'swift ,as .t "

t J. W. Williams', 'Esq. had died'in bon of national unionan F'rcnchstatjon one of those boats, they returned wind. The blow was 'struCkW,,
? the,1; here
i : England'of u wound :received ,old friend of their grandfather: of alongside' and was continually -: 'to Canari, and 'took"him by- force,' 2000 Samians. A. postscript to',
board
: in duel with a Mr. 11--\, .;*. fers to them his admiration, his ine Turkish Admiral on and often of placed him in the boat, rand carried Hydra article add. the foIl0911;; _'

{ ;' Died, July 27th, the..D'ucless0(1 thanks, and, !his 'blessing.-Id. seen going and was from him off, much against his important news : "Still good ri'e!'

, : Gordon. after a lingering' illness. I The HON. STEPHEN VAN nA S.:- hi in to Ipsara. Great coming, will, to Hydra. lie was at Syra: -1'he ipsariots-have.beat the. EYPJ .

t ; I 1 'l:lt.e Vengeance, of 84 guns, wa's:! LEAR, has made a third donation art* entertained that the suspicions on the 10th inst. and is now -saidto tians.in the environa-oCanee"r'of' :

f. S launched from the Royal Dock- to the Albany /lrrntict"s'Lihra- was the Frenchman be on"'his return to Ipsara, with' obliged them .tu'. shut thtms J f
of
:A i Yard, England, on the 27th July,',. 7y. It consists "of forty-five valua between, the conveyor Captain messages Pacha- 60 or 70 vessels ; so we, may ej_. up' in that -fortress', '1. e .

ii If I ',amidst the huzzas of. I 5ODO spec 'ble' volumes.Georgetown. and! a. certain Albanian( who had pect to hear some good news 'before country and alIeys'areoti'P' ',' '.-

L I tAtars.j S. C. Sept. \.-Acorreapo'ndent been a, Turk before the a great while. in the power of .the ,insUT
Revolution '
i t j The' Leeds packet, which sailed at, : P.-S.We'jiistlearn'tht A landing, ,Ismaeltei Ga
Conwayborough, and who .has,since turned Greek. Ipsara: whi.c.h' : 'TJ. .
: !. ; from-N. York July "8.. arl"ived'at'. | informs us of a ;fniariiagc of a He gained! 'has been :retaken by tne ..Greeks'they. ,;- : attempted} .in .the .entrcpt': t
, 'great .
; '
f ,,:.''. I "LiverpooJ 4th. Augf t : couple on'the 1.6lt11nlit. for tttzI I the, Greekvfor. his lepulatioaatnong bravery. Wiled 2000 Turks,' who had; Polycastro,. .met with nofutctt::" % .
r. :1his
:
.
I II ----i; days, as it on' for been leftthere,'took and tte infidtlt .everyrw6ere,
appears: ; trial; i Albanianton his arrival a frigate,,and :
t '1': '; 'He :who'betrays: other's" 'secrets after atIpsara. are said this in. i r
, seriously considering the with 300 moment'.to be fight pulsed, ai'e' 'deceived '/ : :
,
rQen, was so far from
f : I because4 he has quarrelled Were be : ing with the Turkish hopesItia.furthersa"; ;
-naut''J; they ] re-marrieii. on ing,vyspected of ill fleet :
: I; with liim, is' never* wortny'... of the, the 26lh/or life. that .the inhabitants, any trusted' designs, I. i Smyrna, July 2 ', '1824.;-.-By' the thejGreeks.had. lanoVd ?D.t'i; ::"
; I ,, sacrert naiiofkirss'on of frifntti ;a.: breach" He also btatca'thatthere him ; tb.fli! .
newspapers
lives with, ,wp ..r the most whicLiI'snd you, you" ofC.blOSi a dtbat all, ?. \
/ ne '.ldti<< ; Vvill n'- t-J i 1'V..in Horry Dig'rict,.a .man who' important r i will learn the" particulars 'of';the the village of Wollinaed. "C'
I posts on the Island ,
i : jnstify a tiret: dh; Ttrust the 4 relying on I bis h '
) on : *
otHer. Totigh in the &tie : capture of which : -
at Crown''i3oint'tntF i is allowed -
:r'i Ipsara, ,
ti :. git.bravery. for their ; iI
: defence.
; : ; ht:
M7-: to 'be computei ,
; afterwarUs'was an active On. the a lair statement, of'the One account*,
1. ,to: :A :woman' i in'politics is like a soldier in 'the Rl "olu iQn. He :the Turkish morning.Admiral the 4th ofJly1,p ,facts. You> .will' km'. "- where: I of theTu5in: : : :: th etr :o :
'
'r Tnonkey' in(a chihd shop .she-ran' is | ;i Bent, his. thy '
stil,. vigorous'enough to i labor transports ) was Greek 'lqua rQn'l, It is i against 1psaiaat.twent,4r: ;'t
I don; good,' ac'dm do a and visits' tds / principally Austrian I said_, that, : '
: great ndghbor Our and "French the Ipaaridia were. BO [!sand nerr&saiIel ,..1'b !e ; .11i\
.... \ vessel :
I deal of barm '""<. .0# ._ 'corrrspoix&nt addo ttiihia iri : to .make a I --... ". : inrseacJf t ( '
m 'a landing ut these two .. ;;%
where
: I posts f *ireletier, conductor fife-ships, i l Pacht. 011..,,:

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-!;__ :tRER2O,14 so rot con" .-e' Tin: >u'h'we< rn ].i nativesour and bitter-sweet It 'consid
is
orange wnen red that
groves Gtncral'La F ytlle'. >F kome\: _
@IL arm extends ne-r ,\1' m,1e% ;otn a low J ,
aUA trees throughout all. that be raised under 'circumstances
i country, hut i* ::'ee Known: The fit. may -- District Columbia, to wit: '
., Andrew's Ha r pro.luc- r xedl-nt}J nsters 'portion of the Territory, recently requiring from ,the planter I ;" it remembered That on the 280i .

V. in abundance, and L*b i it"1 ieral;Ic.I .':'' occupied by the Indians. scarcely 'any, abstraction :frfim.,his. .LP day ofAugust: in the year of our

., tl'l't tV. uftlie Treasury of the :rom the Co". An.trl't1it( the St Joeph's:' 1'ht"re'is'an obscurity in.the annals ordinary avocations, it will be e. Lord,,one ,thousand eight hundred 'and,
1h t the a distancr fir !\\'e ity niiU-s, the! evt't: il: of the which twenty-four and of the Independence of
rttified vident
baa
.. ))1I! appoint.f6tHL Territory, that,with the exception of the
States United of
.1 broken wii.- cpr s bayous ar.rt.-"i\1 burs,' States :America, the forty-
(n: W. B i KtT Esq.% /n"t prevented us from tracipg the the olive 'there is
; among wl1 i h .apft J-V c i* o-.nsptcruous..' ,. no plant so productive ninth, Joseph WaiIotdthe said District,
of /r ilae Cuttonu, for the District andcf From th'u t-'t: m'Ittt)1' St Jo cp b'sl. sweet-orange tree to its first-intro as the sweet orange tree. bath deposited lID the office of the Clerk

Ii tI.,1cuSlcob. Bay is about t,nl:' nitlc-i. with dlt.'pirattrh duction, but many 'circumstances I It, is true that'against the ben of ,the District Court for the District of

r the open l.- jf ne bayta a.l>outiic- same ,induce the belief that it has been fits to be derived from the orange Columbia, the title of a book, the right
width. T't s h & u-h'. ,itcred'! whereof hte claims as author,in the wordir
Orleans state that y wy bct" ,
from New imported from )' fest Indies tree be the "
: "
I placed
; I y may lengthof foll i
\ 9t' IcLtifr by vessels ofany burthen, extends about 1 wingtowit : .
the 27th inst. no ( ] and from the tiiSt ofc .. ,
time
::1 he-Oth to twenty-five miles S.: S. E. divided from ;I I Europe.j necessary to raise it ,from the Freemen's Gratitude<< or General LFayette'
: 10'"( fever hid occurred. the Gulf by an oval strip of Peninsula] 1 j'j Its longevity is iraced to, 116 seed ; but on the oilier hand, it Welcome in the :United Stit s!

t.oJ1I I not in general mre ,than a half mile''in.i i years in'this Territory, and trees ought not'to be forgotten that_ this being a compilation of the Proceedings

f d Rmcrl-Our attention wasiulted width, the south point of which is- called I'I of this age seem'to b& a" vigorous process requires no ,advance ;.of of the People-and Constituted Authorities
a in St. Iflast The South end of the :!I connected with his Visitwith ,an
: h-' the following paragraph Cape and fruitful as those 'of 20 ye'ars.j capital. And as nurseries are
: Appendix, containing accounts of the
bay is shoal for several miles and full of, ce
,|ttjonal 1 Journal of the 25th ult. In France this tree is traced lebration
the
e grass. The fish are extremely numerous I j j i to now established, those planters the 48th ,Anniversary of Independence

a/;'/ jjhyoufoes than hollow friends. here, the muscles, cockles and periwinkles ;;age of 50 years. who may be unwilling exercise in the principal Cities of the

Ilukes: |>eare had ne'er'cil :tno-. unusually large. This! is indeed an I The sweet orange tree is ofeasy patience will have _an opportunity, Union, or selection, of toasts and pertinent
:: rouf; tins would have been sufiiciv I Anecdotes." 0
,
excellent harbor for largevessels, but the. from 'the seed
propagation as at a moderate of'
that be had studied human expense, settingout I. But
shoW : they that fight for freedom
undertake
t is said to be i .
bay scarcely approachable
nili deep attention. The hol- I most of the seeds a're'p'olific ; groves without much los of S
from the of marshes
'fi'ficwU" alluded to here are those amLbayous.country The, on southern account of Jack :'I they should be, sown from one to time. The noblest cause mankind canhave a

ilo \\rofet* one thing and practice ano- part inches under the surface of at stake -
son County is poor pine lands, much of it two Inconveniences. arisen from ; .5
j.tflio.! sooner or later, must be found is the and in sufficiently the : Religion, virtue, truth, whate'er we
lluiJwho, when fiuind out, become covered. with palmettoes. There are, ground, rows: practice of 'thipping oranges call .
: I however extensive ranges of good grassland separated to leave room for hoe- and confining them in in the 1'
tell, j tplJ| more bitter enemies: than those and few hammocks.The mass "A blessing freedom b the, P'pledge of
:'Oh&H! : betn open!) known as such." centre a of the county is a rolling I ing ; after twelv '.:/'p1onths the holds of vessels : these might be -II." ,' '. ,

Tfce truth of these remarks must forci- pine country, sandy, on a rotten limestone young trees may transplanted obviated by the adoption of 'some "Henceforth let it not be laid thai 'JlepubSet ;

j itrike every close observer of man j with numerous ,sink-holes fine at pleasure. At this age their cheap and convenient mode of are ungrateful. .
!
bi
kn4. Most frvnt1y do we wish" our springs und pleasant ponds of fresh water. growth is from six to twenty-four packing them for exportation. In conformity United' States to the, act entitled of the Co..i An greSof1he act

.JhJrimdl if any we have to come Through the centre of the northern part inches. \Vc have measured one We recomniend'that the for the of
) encouragement learning; by securing
of the Cuuntruns the river. It ..
tilt I lii armed If/e,. The noble rattlemlL rises Alabama andenters Clnpola the Apalac'ii-'' : in St. Augustine of a growth of 20 Society should promote inquiry, the copies ,of Maps, Charts, and

fW t-l who warns, its intendod victim of cola about thirty miles below the junction -I months from the seed-its heightis and offer a reward for the best I Books, to the authors and proprietors of '

Its aSproach, can caser' be avoided than of the Flint and Chattahooclue .ri. 66 inches and breadth 30. communication this interesting such copies', during the "times thereinmentioned
and also to the entitled
act
,
.
flic /wily serpent wInch concealed under vers. It may be rendered navigable to. The orange seed should be sownas subject. 'an act supplementary to an act, entitled;

the'lowers which bestrew our path, infjco0.i from the natural the north br.dge line ,of about the twenty miles I soon 'as may be, afrer the pa- Thebitter_ sweet orange tree is an act, for the encouragement of learn

; us the fatal wound, in the u'i.guled The" land* on the upper county.waters of the, rent orange is rill'! It may be imligeneous to the territory, and, ing by securing: the copies of Maps,

moment fancied security. So, 'Jliipola to some distance below the natural sown at any season, but the greatest like the sour orange tree, grows a- Charts and books, to the authors and proprietors

in the aftiir ot men, many a double-faced bridge are generally of the first quality 'n":11Y to the tender spro :s is bundantly in the interior. This therein of mentioned such copies,' and, during 'the times the ,. ; '

ti4n, "hca reposing on the breast of a of red clay lands, covered with a dark the frost in Februny. frui .is. not surpassed, if equalled, benefits thereof to the sits extending of designing; 1

niding iend, and perhaps receivingof ", produce brown loam, they kind are of fast vegetable settling natural, and The upel allan transplanting by the sweet orange ; it .is plea- engraving, and etching historical. and other ;'

thetrc.attfleht .1 brother from his ere'iutyus to the climate every most abundantly.\ may be performed. with safety at SAJlt\ lwlesome! and the most nutritive prints." -
I -
family, is seeking for opportunitiesin I Holmes Valley is a low tract of bottomland any season of the year, and upon of the orange. tribe, and it I In testimony whereof I have hereunto ;1
hand
set and affixed the
d>her company, to injure his fellow, b* which .commences near Holmes' tr-e. of any age if precaution_ I he hangs on the tree in preservation a, I. seal.my of my othce, the day and public a. :i

iiukinueiuloesand in mu>ttig :tU.P()-.I- eek, about "ix. tmlvs from tile, Cnoctawliaiclue taken to, avoid! the hottest and driest .- ,: for twelve months after maturity, foresaid.S year ,,3EDY.I.

toons or malicious hopes. But they! "soon. i river, an"1 extends an eastern' weaLn ... which usually hap- I and has been in common use among LEE.
course ten or twelve miles, the lands
or ':, or J..tcr nm t be found out," and tho' excellent s imewhat clavey[ : and consuei-are prns in July, and the coldest weather the Indians, as an article Clerk of the' District Ciurt '

ttidv. assume as many shapes as Protein: ably cultivated. Holm;;' Creek does nut .in February ; bat this operation ')Otll of refreshment and,i food. The for the Ditricl4f Columbia :
extent the work
() be anticipated
to accommodate themselves to every cirtlejtiuy run tnrotigli this v.illey, I)lit on the north should be limited as mud as The sour orange tree is more but it is presumable cannpt that it will

nay chance to fall iwo, the s erpejit's side within two or three miles. A siu.-ili [possible! to yountj trees. S generally known, from its juice not be less than 200 octavo pages, nor

l1l'aJH DC discovered through i rise mill in stream the is higlt formed.bunks by which springs surroundtne which In transplanting large trees if | haing.becii exported. From, its more than 350. The engravings will not

sl'1 &**:> which surrounds:: it, and be. valley on every side. This valley they be removed Irom a good soilto hardy character, itis frequently be less than five,nor exceed thirteen. .5
The
he volume will tie
price between
tninpUd on and despised by all. An when perfectly cultivated, will be a uehgtitful better', they require no lopping raised on the Si'abanl, lo protect g 1 5u and g 2 50, :and persons, especially

hohet. noble! : foe may' be respected, whnctbohow spot. It is sunonnded.. by a roSUing : ; but if from a strong to a groves against gales of wind. the youth are solicited to extend ..

friend wdi ever be spurned. pine country cohered with !trts,;. ll weaker siI, they! should be trimmed \ml, in concluding thisreport, we their patronage to a ,work intended to :

-- is thought" Holmes' creek niabi" rendered -. and assisted' by manure.In would en'ly mention that the hold up to vi.w. the reward that virtue
Ftontla Intel/jg ,cer -In pursuance of na\liable about thirty miles wcii a trifling it and valor receu\e at the hands freemen.
expense.J 'lhe outlet of the Big- transplanting large trees souro'augetfl't": may be applied to will direct their i
They please to
luiatimatioi' ; neiviotore given, we have sprmg of Choctahatchie enters I Holme.- i ss economical to leave: exposed the I oilier important uses, the one forthe tions to the subscriber; subscrip. .
postage
formed- partnershipvitn )tes TS. Adam creek about and half miles from.
one an from of
fragments oj'roo's wrence purpose engrafting tiwt"t'toranJf.S Printers fnendl) to the object, wiH, byrcpubhshing
Gordon and Ambrose Liane; lot the "pur- iisjui.ction With tIit river. This spring they were separated, as each di- Ih other for preparingthe this.IJerform an act accept ;

ptjse establishing a press, and, publish has heretofore been the. fucus of bu ines s cal will produce a distinct tree, orange p.'el for confectionary, able to,the public, and will receive tho '

.injja paper at TaU LllSCe. THe pro. has Jackson supplied County the inhabitants; are at with tails gondi place: and in.a shorter: time I'lan: loom the and, lastly, for applying the- juice tuanks of the subscriber by having their ".
names inserted the list of of -:
be found sub '. on patrons
m a co
f/tcctUk may :>t'qae and gi"oceries, and the courts have acid. set-d. to the fabrication of retric acid. the'woi k, as will iso those who furnish .
may
lubin. Messrs. taoutoa and Cra.ie are their sessions here. Exertions iuve been ; -
I The sweet oratsge tree may be (5.V.. 1'ERPALL. any poetical or other important mat. :-
well!' known in Florida, and that it is to be made to draw the trade and seat of justice I iur the
protjagitpii by erraftin and inoculation : W. SMITH.P. ttr publication. '
under their control, will De, to those who to St. Andrew's flay; but it is tuou.nt; JOSEPH WATSON. '
d MITCHEL.JE .
that the npun.tht: a mi ai upon
iuiur.il
by some or most cOiwcaaaeta
kliow them, asutiicicnt guaranty that the Washington CJit), Sept. 1.
situation for boUi, would be' at tlirliead the hitter sweet Ur:1hIt es. ,
piper will be conducted vn ith ability and (If navigation of Holnes's creek, In the : i-S
siltinglout groves, trees .-- the extract from a letter r"SAL [ .
BCA! fur the public good. ntarthe'licari: of settled of the .
the
'. part shoud! be placed in a quincunx from Havana, published in our last, fourth For publiihing at the Seat of GtvermneuS
{lIt nay appear pivmature to commence county. .
lietwcen adjun'rn1,. and 23 feet apart ; by lintfrom the beginning, for "Indepen.d'ney of Florida, ;9
Holmes' the Cboctaw-
a:pr1ztJ1. tabliihnient, thus soon in so creek, .
ih.s ,c-nemeui a ueris, in I liecentre read A N i
n
hatchie and the Uhipola to the Alabamaline drJ'\ Supremacy Weekly e-s-Paper, _
J1w at country, but the fact that it is the .. '
.tin'l Z4" Hf othersan*.' --< -- ----
a tract of twenty miles square,there 'na S.A : TO BE ENTITLED rlfB ;
eat 01 for Florida and that
government is little tfood Und, but in this tract are all of ,the'ii ,equidistant i'tiua each I l1m1\W

ti e surroundingcountry is so rapidly setencourages found the mill stone: rocks mentioned in o'lieis' and ;...OS will embrace: 7ua!. o. Y'rilnttig nCeY. .'
"
4mg, us to hope that sufHcj- a former number. A similar tract of unu -- sojicijting the patronage of a. gene
100 trees the this scale .I
to acre
,1 it patronage ma) be extended to authorise lies between. the waters at" the Cu-pola : ; Pll'l' OF PEWSACOLA."ENTEUED. rous public in the laudable design of '
:
I and .oche rivers lat has been ) ;' ("'cd.ui'uC..r the se\ *
} a bfgiiUiing. We do not mucH ( liattah; ; though the al I' diffusing local_ and general intelligence a
expect '
I J. ter1s represented b) many as an excellentipnlity board where safety! a haills' gai. s mong the citizens of this young and .ftou-
tursi, 11 4 it u certainly impprtnnt that: a.. oi'pine) lands. The \\*ter courv of wind ougn' : to be coiiside:'eU. risking Territory, the Editors feel :{that
.e)ssiouid! as sewn as p-ji/.Dic 1 be establb1ivti oi Oct. 24.-Schr. Morn Starr Strattei *
es ot't'lic-Cliipola l with the cxcepuon On tin,1 St. !uolin's and in the mtrpior ;; | diffidence and embarrassment, which always
at the seat ot government, and it it.. pine barren cree*, are umionnly wir- Philadelphia; Cargo. 5 berets 12 bbls attend the commencemEnt of every
, rounded l and ot where! ,llie rlintaie is more and 24 boxes ot stores, to the U. S the termination of
bn be supported now, u'e wall: be content by good 16\1 uds many tue enterprise, which is involved
t Iookll1g to tiie futuic fur.prolit.s streaiitSvlicn" enter into toe Chat.Ui.iociiie. ; >- 'nuist and tranquil, tln-ie s>> RIOIC Quarter M'ite ';5 hhds. whiskey, 25 bbls. in the,uncertainties fut ritYet. ,.-

I J UDall .;. On tljalTiver al- o t 1-, scope for the exercise of taslc, pork, 25 bo*es'so.tp, 5 boxes and 1 trunk feeling'solicitous to be,useful to the
; Mkdlundtmbleuiy be cut., ,and 6 mail" good land'add a considerable ;jUiuLiun.HcLwiM l fancy, or caprice, in the range- merchandize to Ueo. C. Tod.-16 passengers. community, they avail themselves of tho
jlDUts Csublialied through our Terr.ton, (lie Ujola 01.:1(1. HUHIKVul- .' I present auspicious period, in the infancyof
f.Ip ( :tioUbl IJ as pu-sluh",- and when .ley there,arc two h&lls,1 eacti ubo it i \"o in. -ni of. groves.The C'LBARED." ..' I' a new and growing Country, to solicit
.
shaH be cco.uaIa'I ;IIe ,tiad F'ond.i: I a- mlle* in, extent whica :;.....cl1 u.jrapt.v Jr.ltJt""lte, delights in rich Otto 25:-Sch. \VictcireMohtanbau I' the patronage and support of the citizensof

Itclugcncer will become an iiirpoitani- tron the sunouiulingpme couiia-y, tnev s >il andvh) .< n' it has the advantage New-Orleans, Cargo, .13 bundles of:.hides : the interior, to a News-Paper,the importance

jkicJc: of news and bein'g .he are*about three tV.ilcs apart)>> otail ovaiform of this, jt will bear fruit in 6yeais : J\." l"inlaUushtol1.. and utility of which if properly
; fi&rporttr :' about tuulmuitreU, und Utiy feet above tli- seed and will Oct.'29th-Shr. Morning SUrStmten. conducted, no one will be disposed to
J8i! iron ," attain -
tt of
e proceedings ourTcriilonal Le-
the level CUl1I1U)'. One .catied :Mobile.! S question. .
'i ature, will be interebling lethe llmon iickory hill, tne other Oak'iull: ,"from idetunoer us full size in about 12 or 14 ARRIVED.Oct. The resources of this delightful section

t: siulltlien reap tKetftuit) of our labors, wnich'grows on< tlic.u. in Has years ; wnen it is contemplated, 25.-Sloop) Industry, Philibert, of the country, its contiguity to the Gulf

bt u.t.l tiut time, weloo\c to'those who dUtrict tnere isasub.-vtrat.uriot treestone.It therefore, ,to. establish! a grove in. Choctawtutclne Uay.Jargt' Mexico, and to a fine back country: of
is a peculiarity tli"t m a sandy 'pine Yellow Georgia, as also its central situation, inspire .
tie peculiar i inteix'st in our Terntnry ao! poor land,' an attention to manure Elizabeth, Compton, /
txett themselves in'assistmg us to .obtainfapport. country,. wherever value sii.k. belo, or will save much time and laoor : fin \Vater, with lumber to Finlay& Rushton. the.pleasing expectation, that' it will
lulls rise: above the common level, thai l ')ct. 29th.-6'chr. Tom Shields, For- become a place of considerable ixripo
October 23, .1824.. tile land 'snuuld be coxcred with aaru in such land the tree is not onlvretarded .. svthc. New Orleans bound to St. Marks.VILED. tance, as well as the centre of refinement
-- timber be of ti in its growth from tnr and science in.Florida. T' -
-- ----- ---- and a:good quality in c .s ,

S neignboriiood of these hilts:: are small bodies want of nourishment, but the Sloop William &. Mary Clark, ,Choc The FLORIDA InTXLiieiscx is design, -

C'O.Jl.J, U.Jl.IC.d.TI0eJ' t;. excellent land, ,willie springs of branches are ubjecl to be blighted tawhalc.iie: : Cargo, whiskey, sugit and ed to be a vehicle of local and general.10'.
... S. the purest water burst from their bides, salt N.H.Allen. formation, and, accessible to all person '
bv
Forth Pentatola (Gazette.Sketch at-distance of a few ious irom I cacu o- by the sun in July and by llu- .S.. ....--=.-..: -- who may b'e desirous of discussing! topic*
ther. The range for cuitle aro.iud these frost in February. In good land I ofa public nature, or of communicating
I of \Vcl li'l ri ld, lulls is perhaps the best in Floiid& \ the orange live, grows with vigorand By Peirr Mba, Mayor af the City of Pen- scientific researches ,and literary essays
.
tacola
NO. 1\". S .,. But all and invidious dispuiation
symmetry, in inferior land it personal *
Jackson County is bounded West by I have a letter from Messrs. Gales and is liable to, deformity from suckes PROC LAMA TION. tvery.diversity attack: on private cha:
I wit CLoctawiiatctne lliverand Xortli Ut;IU'AS'Utnicll Burch Assistant ractershll be :; ed.
,Bay, Seaton, Editors of the National inleili and c f supprc:
I k v AUbauiaKast 1 by the, Cliattahoochie & gencer, >stating> that the aullibV of. ...An blasted and diseased limbs.In \/:1 Quarter Master. S. Army,in pursuance Thi paper is not to be devoted to any

I I"uicii.cola Ulcers, and South by the Eye Witness," is WilUam P. /Vec/e com- rearing a grove, it would be of the instructions of the War Department man or to subserve the purposes of a faction .

will U'.)lcxlco. It is from ,fiftv to sixty : ment is unnecessary. attended with benefit, if the trees has this day'made over, to the to laud one or depreciate another...

1 !nllt' trou, North to South. ,'and*from fifty JOHN LEEVILLIAHS.. were washed once in two years Civil Authority of this corpnration,the The feelings: of every individual,from tho
S
to OIU' : liun known the kitchens of humblest the most exalted should be
Ired from East to .\\ l.trhe three buildings as to : -
IClQo l with sand and
tr I: : of hea-coast i is twice the length of the water, 10 removewhatever the block-houses, two ot which are situated inviolate and secure. And the Press, .
i Ottd1ieaiidt1ic, E lined* one third From the ;:at Florida H rald. : fungus may hay. t{uiiier- 'in Government Street, and the thirdon while under our control, shall never bo

I :It'tr) ttan."the, W t'ailcru. The .following"Report was presented ed on the bark, and if a little attention Sevilla Square ;JherEfore'thisjs to inform degraded to' the sacrilegious; purpose-of

'"t.Andrew'$ ity penetrates the coust to the.Agricultural Society were given pruning the the Citizens of 'Pensacola, that said invading moral and religious sentiments,

&!:oat .fllivetIe, eat of the Pass 1.'- by Mr. Mitchel, from tiie. committee interior foliage ,with the view of biiiIdings i are,from this date'he. .public or con verted.to.,an engine of domestic jdia-
g ; the drrectiorfoflhecoastto that properly of this Corporation:and that thd cora and internal d *ntu) Its politickswill
.. on the subject to which it relates promoting a .vigorous and extended '
nce is while
ratuer. NortU of-East. From ma.terialaoftbe same being uttend I fill be Republican, the asperities:
tienceLt I turns klmost South to. Cape St. at its' tenng: on the 17th ramification.The the Improvement of this City, as. the and recriminations parties, as far as possible -

"Ls; about the same distance? : "rolto.pc July, an ..prdered.to be p 'intt:4.To orange tree rises to 36 feet Board.of.Aldermen may direct ,it is for- ; will be aroideiL'

: bt. Ulass its" general course is' KastPpalatclucoia the Agricultural tfocit-fy, of in height, and ramifies nearly to bidden'to. any indirid, al to destroy said .The press, ,type andpaperwiflbDimmediately ,
t" 4\ Hi\'er.of Ea811"lor/da. the cultivation buildings to carry away any part of the conveyed to Tallahassee,
Theu1 liil .Urst Homb,> ai fur-as on the same extent 'The largest materials thereof; !under. pain of beingprosecuted (where one of:the"firth now resides,) and .5
h.c&pest... IiLLSS !* rdnntxl ,witit"ind of the Orange Tree. quantity of fruit which we have according to law. the publication of the paper commenced

b 1.ks'PMIIClp..Uy'siieciousantj.generallY The Committee charged with: as "yet ascertained, is 6000* oranges .. The Police oftic rare.partiCUl&r1 directed as soon asa' 'sufficient",number of subscribers .

tl3fl. a I, 'ltlw.lIt "btOIlC ot' any deicripwftli tie-duty} ,of rvpoVting un .the cultivation on one tree, on the river, St to attend to the strict execution of obtained, ;' which it is.hoped and
nhol'C: : Ii lICa terea' : & this: proclamation. expected will be in the month of NoVr..
Tree
1j : .rlue' Orange submit John's and. the of 3,500 Ao '
r quantity
1; EscolA ,
(".e: :&lau &'eflwinkle Given under rband' and The. FtoaiDA IHTXLUQSXCU will be' ,
?%I1adU.Ibe) .. i.t.u1 auld HILI tWaUbtlLf. llif following obseryatitnis.Froin. u- is'of.frequent occurrence both in .. the seal of this Mayoralty,at published a; large'royal sheetat. Th-o

CIKIVt the eatrnce I. of Sot. Andrcw"- ..Bay Urn' ,effects of the .severe; that quarter and,ifi the vicinity ofSt. Tensacola this the 25tu.dayofOctober824. Dollars per annum, payable 'in advance.It '

1t.'ft1tv.-h butt' atulihcult ufacce to, Iitra.Uf1l'eN.. frost of Fe6ruary, 1823,!' it would : Augustine. The groves of the S is necessary that this rule be invariably
her.: ba&t ;; ; .1.': 'ALBA. complied with, and it is hoped, that all
terOutUc ', to' be fifteen IctKchannei t.l seem thai n line daavvn) from St. Territory ,have_ ,aot. yet au ined.to .. '
b 1 or, tile bout'h-c.t, the Mayor : .' who sign, will,consider its imp rtince.
&11(1 h' Antlrew's. ,sound.l.1).G giaito the sufficient perfection furnish data By : '.'
It 5&I C aucburag after entcrus.- : N. 8.,Parmantierr' :, Advertisements. will be inserted at one
Qr 1 L: u. t1 .t 1IUO lour Pnncin111 btnLib, tntt"a e"dfth.'rrver"' Apalachicola : furcoinputingtter produce in ,aecry of.the Board':or..Aldermen dollar fur tiie*first, publication,every

** &t"u\out : 4Jij'*,west is, lung* ai'l'.t would, murk the: northern, Jim". the gross, for ,in general 'large u : twelve nea :or' under each? subsequent .

\\'c.t.i."U'c.l:: w u> the* Uaiti_ tile 5 its of the Orange, region, an&iA trees and small are- blended logeifiir. v NOTICE.. insertion fifty,cents..* ..; j* ,.,.. .' at'' ,0 .
\\ the Fl6dachufLhis I tllIHEboOksaCC9tUitItiDd.] papers re. Editors are requested inserttbjs.: ..
eeQ Nortl.nvbt of f-
l'1 .
U J 'mtt' part In UiMraperfcctcondition,
every : .
;:::: \: The lating tot,the estate'of Dr.James C. Ptoapectus in their sptivpa-v: :; "!:.
.- ... Cttattw.ciie: It demarcation. the' Orauge' tree however, the product of tbej i deceased bate been inthe '$
.a'.I t PU" 4. runauglt placed to assist usiu, obtaiiiinVp* roMe>\: 'aur.i.
uttllr'. 1" i1c1.rcci.ves ofu4yt: ur t1'l'j.CreV !rul.Ci411 .. meets with' a1 ;ongizialciiniate.-: f grove in St.' Augustine may be.1 hands of William Darispn Esq..who4' friends generally, iUconfer1t.v" &1, by ::e .

ajdc:' \. .% t s, bot&qaj1 Its cultivation: has 'hitherto 'been 'estimated at/S Oprr'acr .-Butotrwliatever fully author, d"to settle.the *aid. e'sfa\ f N'ardiDgt *cname.'o..., Huh iiyfjm. vitar. .' .
'
t: pq r 'p + '
& Uua: 1Jy there ii :& circumscribed to, )"the vicinity, of scale a computation ,r f,6\\Valton, out delay .d'f"'< '. ,. ,

:ct :(;tL1etAct Ii Oflflteenhfr 'Ina. )' i.Atftustine and St. John's, although mayv be. mudei:whether .upon. 1000 ddmini.rator.Pennco1i Gordon, Crane & Ci', '

tllvc dv becu s toVn.of.. there src vXtefl'i re groves oranges to the. trte,"or upon 5000 October 23d, 1824--34-3tr. nsae6a! :13th October, 184.5 ,.

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COLLEGEOF Nitre Hall Gun Powder. The 'b8er; be'l', ./ ORDINANCE,'. FRESH 'GOODaH

MEDICAL To tmend.the ordinances to iseareYe'nueintheCty.of :
for the received the but arrival .fa* TRRUBSCj1 .
SOUTH'CAROLItfjI.JTTIIE mHE Subscribers, agents ; proJ. Hal per Pensacola, 'passed.29thDeceinber82and4thJune1ast.
andjfcw0reatuthef9l.GOODS. !
prktors, win be constantly nppuedwith Philadelphia : per
,
U Lecturet in this College will comA this powder which has been 1IJgIIyapproved lnrinr 1frcsh supply of Station 1st.- Capt. tchcoci ft nn H' "

mencein November Charleston next on and the continue second by all who have used it, and is lie it Ordained ty the Board of Aldermen 17 .5
Monday in to Groceries '
$ recommended purchasei'llit ii -.st
confidently )
: ( five months.The Processors is warranted equal, if not superior, of o/ the City afureiaid, That hereafter for the .
and annually ,
,
Holbrook. M. D. Professor present Tear
: John of Edwards any made in the United States, and far tI\ Barrels superfine Cincinnati flour, there shall be levied,and collected on all suited to the present tad app. '

Anatomy. Professor above London Tower? Proof. For sale fU\U 4 cherts hyson skin tea,& 6 chests houses and lots the property of persons ,seasons, viz :- i'

Samuel Henry Dickson,31. D.of Medi- by gun powder do,imported 5th April residing ithin the corporate limits a taxoftwent.five 15 packages ladies'and gent1__
of the Institutes and Practice A. STONE & F. H.NISBET. 1824. centson each one hundred fine shoes, boots,. bro::: &Ue1\''''

.4 !, cine. 'I 109 kegsjust received.Notice. 5 barrels loaf Sugar, dollars of the value{hereof. ...dren's shoesnegro shoSs:- -

.. Thomas G. Prioleau, M. D. Professor of I -' 100 boxes p rter. djLand cider i Sac. 2d. Be it further Ordained, That 3 cues saddlery3ine and 10"Co..

Obstetrics, and the diseases of Women 12 barrels copp 1E'Hardware on all houses and lots, within this.city or 13 packages domestics, bro

and Infants its jurisdiction,claimed or owned by any ble.ached.sbirtin' 0-,.and _L:.. :-"" .
, James Ramsay, M. D. Professor of Sur* person or persons, not residing therein, tales !te. -"" .,

gery.I "1 LL persons having accounts open there shall be levied and collected a tax 2 flannels assorted,

Henry R. Frost, M. D. Professor of Ma- i with the subscribers, are desired to 1 ton American castings, thirty-five cents on,each one hundred 3 do. \\'hite and blue S

teria Medica. come forward and close the same without 1 do. English do. dollars of,the value thereof. 3do.3.3i, 4&4ip0llntX l } ,

Edmund Ravenel, M. D. Professor ol delay Those having claims against the 1 do swe Jes iron, Sc. 3d. Be further Ordained, That 1 do. London DuffieUs, bean.

Chemistry and Pharmacy. firm, will please present them for pay. 5 bundles sheet do. on all Lawyers, Physicians and persona 1 do. Osnaburgs,
Stephen<< Elliot, L.L. D. Professor holding civil appointments under the general 2 cases Irish linen in ha1f'p
I ment.We 2 do. steel,
fine Russia
1 bale
hand considerable sheetim
have assort.
and on
Natural History Botany. 20 kegs nails, assorted,3d,4d,6d,8d, or territorial governments, except ,
I Thomas G. Prioleau, M. D. ment notaries public and justices of the peace, 3 cases BrewstertbaU
ofDry lOd, 12d,20d. 3 do.,wool hat, *
Dean the Faculty. Goods, 100 doz. knives and forks, not being lawyers, there shall be levied 1 do. Flats
.4 roceries 20 do. I'en and pocket knives, and collected a tax of five dollars. Leghorn and silk hits
S Convenlion of St Petersburg. 20 do. Padlocks, Sac. 4th. Be it further Ordained That 14 packages assorted fancy tad *L** 5

" Hardware, & Cutlery, there shall be levied and collected on all goods,
, i Stfit. 13, 1824. 6 do.coffee mills,' linen '
: The Board under this Convention Queen's, Glass, Stone & 10 do. brass candlesticks, dogs in the city aforesaid, a tax of fifty dpwlers diapers,,ladies cotton ticking.hose cotton,lead do.S..
U
which shall be
cents, tax paid by the te
10 do books
pocket ,
.- on Saturday last, the llth Tin Ware black wonted do. mixed cotton bktL
owner or owners thereof.
1 do.
patent sauce ,
lI Iff 4 inst. unanimously agreed upon which will be sold very tow for cash only. 6 do, Carolina hoes pans, Szc. 5th. Be further Ordained, That white and mixed worsted and Umbv S -

I. and fixed the following averages Jas. B. Selby & Co. 1 box planes, the personal taxes mentioned in the 3d buck-skin half hose, white and beaver jeans, dimities,ftal
x gloves ,
t.- : to be allowed as compensation for Pensacola,25th Sept. 1824 29. 5 doz, carpenter's hammers, and 4th paragraphs of the 3d lection, also i I coloured Kid and silk do. prints, wjt{ ,
t..:, for whom indemnification 20 do. gimblets, the tax on sword canes &c. mentioned '
and slave black silk
each figured !
qualities ItaKaiTJufc
: 'L every William P. Duval Governor 'in the 5th paragraph of the same sectionof
By oj 6 do. drawknive. *, _
white sattin white
! 1 be due under string, and
ti'. may viz the Territory of Florida. 3 boxes No. 10 cotton cards the Ordinance of the 4th of June last, ventine, coloured florence, white black k.
Convention
said :
the are hereby repealed.
20 shot
bags ,
", For all Slaves taken from the PROCLAMATION.WHEREAS 20 kegs powder, SKC. 6th. Be further Ordained That black Italirrt' crapes, white tulle, iS
,, mulls and leno 4-4 Station
sprigged and
: State of Louisiana Five Hundred in pursuance of an act the taxes on slaves, on saddle horses,gigs 6-4 foi.
(. 4-4 and 6-4
Council of the Goods and four wheel carriages, shall be raised hooky cambrics,9-81a.
l'; and Eighty Dollars. Territory Florida, approved the 24th Dry and collected in conformity to the Ordin. conet, flostf cotton, linen thread*, vbju
,
'J For all those taken from the day of June, 1823, Commissioners were ance of the 29th of December 1822, all and coloured linen cambric,cambne taj

;: .1 0 States of Alabama, Georgia, and appointed to select the most eligible and 1 trunk fine brogans, subsequent provisions to the contrary lawn handkerchiefs, chintz shawls, eCt

; South Carolina, Three hundred convenient situation for the seat of gov. 5 packages dry goods, notwithstanding. broidered ,and Denmark crape

,. Dollars. -rnment of the Territory of Florida, and 10 reams foolscip paper, SKC. 7th. And be it further Ordained, black silk vesting, sattinets, black.I
" aud Ninety
;
: do. letter coloured bombazettes. bombazines !
10 dc.
the said Commissioners have reported tome ,pop
That all Ordinances
. and of the
: For all those taken from Maryland 4 boxes wool huts every provision tin and Norwich crapes, linen dana&k
; that they have selected a scite in the of the 29th .,December 1822 and t*
c.; Virginia, and all other Stiles County of Garisden,situated"about a mile ALSO-20. dOl. Lee's N. London Pill, 4th of June, 1824 which are not, formally ble cloths, Madrass handkerchief, bland

'; not named as above, Two Hundredand >outhwest from the old deserted fields of N. H. ALLEN. repealed or altered by this present ordinance rd strouds, brown linens, Sic!*

S 1 Eighty Dollars. Tallahasse', about a half mile south of the June 15th. 1824. shall receive their full and entire ALSO, S.

The Commissioners. under Oke-lock-o-ny and Tallahassl trail, at a By the j'reutlent oj tlm Un.teU .:itue,. execution. % 9 casks Cutlerjand Hardware& ,
'
point where the old Spanish road is inter. 5 packages Liverpool glastwKr
1 Ii the above named Convention, met :cted by a small trail running southward. I N pursuance oflaw, I JAMES MO ROE, Saml. Patterson, 1 cask sad-ironst I'
President of the United (10htNby
' ; this day under the new constitution -, h'." In the exercise of the discretion in and make States,thata President pro. tern of the 5 dozen frying pans,
me vested the said act and for proclaim known, Board of Aldermen. 3 casks weeding hoes,
of the Board, as prescribed by the information sale will be held
public the
at
Jf of the good people of this Ter. town of Approved Aug. 17th, 1824.P. 5 bundles wire and hair sieves,
: by the 3d article of the Convention, Jackson, the seat of government of the .
I have ALBA,-Kayor. 10 boxes Whittemore's cotton eardr
thought to
ntory issue this.1s7
;;:;- and notified the Secretary of State Proclamation, requiring proper the membersof state of Mississippi, on the _first Monday No. 10. 1

.:i that they are ready to receive and I the Legislative Council of the Territory in Land December.situate in ,the for following the disposal described of the National Government JournalAND 7 bundles spades,

" :1'\ proceed in thr examination of theDefinitive I Florida; to assemble at the scite above and fractional in the 3 tons hollow ware,
whenever be described, on the day i townships townships 7 do.Swedes and American irea.
J List may appointed by lau district of lands ceded to the United Statesbv
for the next session thereof. REGISTER OFFICIAL P4PERS.V1HIS 1 do. German steel,
;;: submitted to them. the Choctaw Indians, viz:
$. The Board then adjourned tillWednesday Given under my hand and the East of the Menniun hue of the District of publication, which is exclusively .80 pieces cotton bagging,
, seal of the said Territory at 900: coils bale rope,
Pea I River. I. devoted to the compilation -
8th ecember .
: the Pensacola, the 4th d;.)' of Fractional 25 bags coffee, *
if the Definitive List March townsluptl01i.14 of OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS, 2 cases London mustard
when! the ,
next, in )ear of our
15, 16,&. 17, of No. 4.
;" shall, in tire mean tin e, be received Lord, one thousand eight 14, 15, 16, & 17, range 5. STATE PAPERS Sec. is issued once 1 do. cayenne pepper,
hundred and -four in each week (or oftener if necessary S casks sweet Malaga vine
twenty qr.
: they will proceed to an examination -; Deal of the MeriiUan line of the Chtctuv
.t of the claims: which maybe i the and 01 United the Independence ot %' JJtttnit.Tou ) by Peter Force, at the seat 10 Boxes boxes and demijohns candles old Mydnq,
States of America sperm ,
nships of the National Government.
, in a state of preparation foi the forty 10 do. sweet oil,
eighth.
No 7 8 9 10 & 12 of
, range No.1 TERMS-Five dollars per an-
WILLIAM 2 shot
{ hearing. DUVAUBy 7, 8) 9, and 10 2 .., kegs patent ,
-.1' The Board has decided that the the Governor, 7,8and9 3 t urn, nayable in advance. AND IN STORE
GEO. U ALTON The National Government Journal
J testimony witnesses shall be received Sec'rv of fforida. Eatt'of the Meridian Line of the Choctaw Cogniac brandy,peach brandy,gin,Te*

, I in writing, unless personal March I 13-.1 tt. 1)utrict.Townships. will contain rifle and dry Malaga wine, pepper,.t J

: examination shall be lequired. .. The Proceedings Congress a mento,whiskey, young hyson, hyson &i

The ttoaid has also decided Custom House, Pensacola, > No. 7,8,9,10,11, of range No 1 large ; and gunpowder tea, fine table siH 'a

y July 16th, 1824. 5 The lands reserved by law for the use The Laws small boxes for families, wrappingpipct,. ,
F that all arguments of the claimants NOTICE of schools or for other purposes, will be ; &.c.&c. for sale by

r their agents, or counsel, shall I excluded from the sales, which "rill commence Treaties ; Stone & Nisbet
be in writing. To Masters of Feanels after round- with the lowest number of sections Executive Communications of
17th 1824-
: JAMES BAKER, Secretary, ing Tartar Point. tou nships, add range, and will proceedin Congress ; Sept. 5

,
Department of State, > t. HE Colkcu.r has fixed a lamp at the regular numerical order. Official Correspondence; AN ORDINANCE,
: Given under hand,at the of
of the my City
-1 corner Custom-House which
13 1824. $ All appointments to Offices, Civil To prevent people from bathing.b
: Wakhm tQH befit. A ill be lighted every evening, for the be-I Washington, this fifteenth day of July
; NOTICE. i.efitof those who arrive ,after dark, to : A, D. 1824, Military and Naval ; r" -rlQY time infront of fAc city.
United Slates JAMES MONROE.By Promotions aid resignations ia E it ordained by the'Board of Alder
; S Citizens of the v-liable them to come up to the proper B
the President men of the city of Pensacola, tbt
having Claims, under the Treatyof anchorage. The Light bears from the : the Army and Navy ;
after the seventh Just
t and of
; I I KO. Git AH AM, from day
I'oint, N. N. E. distant about 6 miles.- such other official -
And generally,
and other -
for slaves ,
Ghent, private The depth of water will from 7 to 4 Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office. I current, no person shall bathe in front r .. propeily, taken fion'' them lathonis. Good anchorage iury will be found PENHACOLA- I information as may, from the city; during the day time, betved

: during the late war between thor in a direct line from the light in 2 to 5 time to time, be promulgated ,by the Point Verducant and the Bayou de_

United Slates and Great Britain r4fhnn-;. 19-tf m if white free. M
or
in nance, a person
It is printed convenientform
; hereby notified, That the Definitive a
5 are
.. To V olUm Vlantera. received per schooner Caravan pay a fine of two dollars1 in deW
for and reference
list, nqu'ued by the subjoined binding ,
worh
f. from New-York,an addition to thereof shall work at the public >
v* article ol the Convention o THE Merchants of Pensacola, wishing the former supply oi books,among whichare and to each volume will be addeda this city eitrht days, or if a slave, shall it'

,- St. Petersburg, will be hid before encourage the tr.1dein Wagonsto the fallowing : copious index. ceive ten lashes, unless the owner aha Ji

f. : tie Joint Commission for ascertaining their place, as also to obtain Cotton of'the St. Ron?n's \\'ell,by the author Waverly The first volume commenced pay a fine of one dollar.
and
best that
being
quality, aware
.B.dingfield's Medical Practice, with the last of F. H. Nisbe
:
t. and delermining al' 'nany small planters, who can bring but a Session Congress ; ,
: mount of such Claims, as its next nufl quantity to market a time,deserve Franklin's Journey to the Polar Seas, and each future Volume will begin President Board of 4l&r.June ...

l' I. netting, in this City, on the Bib encouragement, for the pain they take HajjiBaba's Waldo's i Naval Adventures lleroa, Prose, bv a Poet, with a Session. k 4th 1824.-Approved. ,
P. ALBA
i t 1\\ December, in the present year. liv'ule with their the amount crops,subscribed have resolved,.. two hu.-to Songster's Museum, Salem Witchcraft, The Papers, sent by mail, are S Mayor.Notice.

' tDatsuchas: have Coleman's Anecdotes, packed with the greatest care in
r.. notalready exhibited died dollars,into two premiums, as mentioned Anecdotes ,
then laims, and the evi- below, for the best two loads deli Egan'tt Sporting' strong wrappers. .
Gregcr a Chesterfield 2 volt. .,
dencrs of them, ,to this Depaitmcn \'credon or before the first day of January Charlotte') Letters Wirter, -

i may do so before that time. next. Humortacrt'fenew collection of Anecdotes, Cantonment Brooke, l undersigned will leave this plj*
THE
FIRST PREMIUM. ffilbbtrough Bag Sept. 1824. the 15>
I ARTICLE III. .I Le S'ages Devil on Two Sticks, S Washington City about
When the'average value of slaves Fox the best Wagon load of Cotton insquaYe La Peyrouse's V.3 age,Living Plays 3 "'01,. I WILL receive proposals 'till the 1st of : of November, and will be absent two*
bales, say not less than six bales, I. New Robinson Crusoe, December next, to furnish, with fresh three months ; those having PrjTat'f
shall have been ascertained and weighin 320 Ibs.each,or upwards to be Phillip's Speeches,TytlePs Elements, beef the troops of the United States Army I professional business with him,will pkw

. ;! fixed,the two commissioners shall bound with six ropes or more, a SILVEli I Tales of My Landlord, 3
, 4 constitute a board for the daims VESSEL with a suitable inscription, ot Scott's Lady of the Lake, tonment Brooke, Hillsborough Bay, from J os. M. whiter:

, which are to be submitted to the value of one hundred and fifty dollars, Walker's Three Spaniards, 2 voh. the 1st January 1825 'till the 31st of October 22d,.1824. 53 tf. /'
S or that sum in money, at tile optio '.ot the I December 1825 inclusive.The -
I them, and they shall notify to the successful candidate. Butler's Farmer's Manual,

A1 Secretary of Slate of the United SECOND PREMIUM.For : Uarbauld'b Lessons with colored platel, beef will be required to be deli THE SUBSCRIBER :
'S i "Evening's Kntertainnients, vered to the two in Sut1
Helping's troops on days each received the Tom
tB States, that they are ready: to receive the best small load of Cotton in I Swing's Geography, ,Gregory's Legacy, week, (the days to be designated) in such HAS just Henrietta per from 'New-0*** .

I a definitive list of the slaves square or round bales, say not less than Locke's & Bacon's* Essays, quantity as may be requisite for their rations : and offers for sale at reduced priCe" -

i 1 and other private property, for three hales, to weigh 300 Ibs. each or upwards Uo gdon'lI Letters, Linnet Song Book, on each day. And I deem it nece:. Havana Green and St.Domingo IVUI*e% ':

which the citizens of the United A SILVER GUI', of the value ot : Life of}"ran l Washington's Life, saryto apprize those.who may choose to Louisiana Sugar and Molasses,

Stales claim indemnification, it being fifty dollars, with a suitable in&criplion Watson's Philip 2d and 3d,2 voU. offer to contract for this supply, that the Whiskey,Northern Gin. CSderiab -
or that sum in money as preferred.The lIawes' Life of Newton, Putnam's Life, beef will be required to be of the best London Lard Beef
understood and hereby Porter, ,
: ag.'et'clthat following persons ,have been appointed Bonaparte's Life, which the market can afford, and parti- No. 1 Ma kerel m half barrels }
;. the cummission"shall not take a committee to examine the cot. Astley's Cooper's Lectures, cular attention must be had to the butchering --
Cheese &c.
I ,, cognizance, of, nor receive and ton, and award the premiums-it is
! that' his Brilanic majesty shall not that satisfactory assurance will be Muiray's Materia Medica, required for the fulfilment of the contract. ALSO Itf STORE: ,
given by every individual offering for either i'ersons will Flour, Manufacturedjrobacco,
be make Phillips on Indigestion, wishing to contract please
: j required to compensation ,that the lot of cotton produced isthe Baudelocque's Midwifery, make their proposals in writing, sealed Loaf Sugar, Pe.pper Salt &C.M*
foruuy claims for private proper growth of his own pi an tation.
Toller's Law of Executors, and directed to me at Cantonment JosepfiForsythiOctober
ty under the first article of ihr F. H. ::N isbet. Blackstone's Commentaries
4 volt. Brooke, Hillsborough Bay, T. F. stating 23: ..33-2w.
'V treaty of Gbent, not contained in N. H. ,Allen Bishop Home on the Psalms, the rate per pound for which they will ___ a *
1t the said list. Ard his Britanic Marshal's Friend's Family,&c. &.c. Etc. furnish, and they shall be info med of the irzit and Ornamental T****

: majesty hereby engages to cause Jas. B. Selby, WHICH, acceptance of their proposals, either by
Jos. C. Keyser together with the stock heretofore on' letter from,or on personal application to jc.
before the commission
to be ,
produced hand, composes a very extensive and general me on the 1st December, the day above ( IJ
ui1
.
f as material towards as F. Pasquier. assortment of books, and will be .mentioned. VWQ CS' a J ?:

t '\ certainingfacts, all the evidence L Pensacola,9th August. 182-*.-23-tf. td at the New-York prices for cash.. John ,Page W TOR of the Unnoan B:;::.
r Country Merchants and public or private PRO New-York ofi
his ,
of which Majesty's govern .!. to&t ,near J ,
U.
W. HASELL HUNT Libraries furnished Wy &4rmy. S
on the most liberal .
in his usual, extensive
public
be
very '
ment possession
by returns -
r' may
draw deeds bills of sale, pow- terms; and such books aa are ordered and NOTE-There being no direct. mail to Of Fruit and Oroarut,4;

from his Majesty's officers, WILL of attorney, bonds &c. in the are not on hand, will be procured with as Cantonment Brooke,persons making,proposals Flowering: .s .:.....

: or, otherwise of the number. oi most approved forms, and'attend' to any little delay as possible. _Orders from a are advised to dLect through- the PlAnts BUlbOUSrrees 1o\Yer-1:;;:"

ti slaves carried' away. But the evidence other writing which may be committed to distance will be as promptly, attended to, Pensacola Post Office. *and near one thOU55'. ,.,,.,

I so produced, or its defectiveness him, with promptness and accuracy, and and meet with> the same liberality as a 28-rw. Plants moDX. Jird(

: shall not go in,bar ofaoj, on reasonable terms ; his situation in Lersonal application.W. SUBSCRIBER the Olive,the Cinnamon, thC. .,
; the clerk's office renders Hasell TOE BIk1'P
: claim cr claims which shall be him convenient for those who applicationto be Hunt. Green and. 'Bohet.-Tea.the ;
may July 10th 1824. Received by reCel arrivals, the &c.&c. : ,Catalogues of w !it p!:"
,' otherwise satisfactorily authenti-; about to execute any instrument of wriing -, ... WAS secnbyeaUingontu- ti fill
; torUi. :
goods, addition: to his ..
cated. 32-4t. which U to be recorded. '
?: .. -.- 'TO.: former stock which he will sell low for PU. agentfor the proprietors.rard 'Ieft' f
.' Mail cash vix promptly any o rt ;;J;_
NOTICE.DURING ,r' Arrangement 14 HAT pleasant and deVirable HOVSE : him. ..act.to .'

my absence from Penstcoli L DUE on Thursday at 10 A M. Ih and LOT, owned by Col. John H.Fenwick. OOtiblSWhikey.1oo ,

, H. HUNT U'm>- agent and i on Friday at IP., Apply toRobt do. Ohio Flour, PRIKTIN ,. J't
fact. Robert Mitchell :
Mitchell
attorney S. '
50 Scotch 'Executed with neaincj
., pieces Bagging. ;
John Miller.I ; .
: Post Maiter.Pcnmcoh Agentfr / A.JFFcnmcol40ct. ."

I,, j just 7th-22-tf. / Oct. lit. 1824. ". 9U, 1824-31, -tf. ,.. N. H. Allen, k despatch. at this QM J:.



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