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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: November 13, 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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I FAYETTEICAL. i From the PIiiUuMjihia S ntinel. seeing America I free to the electors ;
L. j sometimes, though I I' ttier'
very rarely, .
THE ENTRANCE. s extraordinary talent. and 1 '
at Paris ? For nation ; :!
--- I a to calculate, but never I reckon. A has
r/Jm tLetthis,-\ational lute!ilgeneerr Ort 12. He has come !-who has come ? i love liber+y it is sufficient that_ she' Marylander and a Virginian will he ,made this very story, which, I ij r

/ clay, on which we are to A warrior on his war steed, witharmed knows it-and to be free, it is suf- say,. I reckon-sometimes tells better than Mr..Matthews; *

receive in tIre Capitol the Guest myriads in his train, all ficient that she 'wills it !"-What : very as common in; America, as any anecdote ; f
j oddly, as thus : "Do visit Mr.
the! American People be sacredt with the life-blond of millions i you of Foote or Sheridan in !'
ot gory did he do when the guards proposed Jefferson, before leave, the i 1.
this
harmony, gratitude and unpixcd waving his sword in triumphant f! to make him Generalissimo of country ?"-" I .reckon.you But country. ..... 'r,,it.

pleasure II invitation for us to join him the whole ?" He proposed that Virginian was never known a ,Nevertheless, the finest parts of ijj;

Never was there, on any occa- in his mad career over the world ?ti II' the National Assembly should I I to A- the Kentuckian'.s..character, and i j
fay guess, or calculate. III
s!jn, a more emphatically sponta- i No-but a conquerer has appeared j decree it unconstitutional to command .1 ennesaean, or Kentuckian will those. which are the; most severe, ||!

n< Gus popular movement, than j to visit the nation for whom he i; the Guards of more than generally say, Icalculale seldom because,they"_are. \he truest, may 1)1)I

ti at..w11ich the visit of the Gene- I' ponquered-to behold the tree of i one district What did he re- I guess ;.and hardly ever I; reckon., I: be safely putdown, tothe: credit It!(!l.

r 1 LA FAYETTC has roduced.1 .- liberty which but 9 Tew years since I ply to the shouts of the guards at These words in fact the ofMroMattlpwr.faiiiiftJf.. They .
: i are distinguishing ,
here Is nothing in history which he aoaiatevl in planting \v.'rn'arl-! "io. i1J(>carance in 1789 ?-" Re- marks of .must be drawn from Life They ;

c i: compare with it. All hehrts ''its growing .strength, its wide serve that -'"CiUhusIosrn for- _..*..- ,'- TM lit I-.A ._tea three: :differ- were. 'never, maue.: ut :at second .

moved by the same impulse ; spreading and verdant branchesand :- cause of Liberty, and, that unbounded : ra. tttepie. camera-.1 iJ Y V \b r fTf ,_ .
is bu' mind generationTeposing Inpeact' attachment for the Hence the of I t:
ale nothing one a- a new only absurdity those pers, and books of travels' "I
a People of Ten :\1 '!;.or.s. under its shade. Who has laws !" representations, however humourous tenths of the as nine :'
..,._... ._ I rest of.his '"Trip to :.
It is deedless) for us to offer to conlc*. A titled, representative ---------. .h. : they may be, which put all America," are. I

t'r welcome Guest; the expression from an eastern despot ? No- \\ C EJ'L 'l I these phrases, and others that resemble The
fault -
o our feelings on this occasion.I .- but the man who has ever held a I them, into the same fel- 'worst of Mr. Mat .

}g are in full accord with those despot as his mortal foe. Who Speculations of a Traveller concerningthe low's mouth. And hence is it, Ihewsj apart from his absurd ereduhty ,-.
of the United States. is
u the whole' country.In has come ? A prince of the blood, People Front lilacJnoootfs Magazine. that an American'who goes to see .ricatures.- the lameness of his ca n,

lieu of any effusion of ourown illustrious, only by birth, a nobleman Perhaps the best way, after all, Mr. Matthews, although hemay They want spirit ; but :;'

we lake the liberty to present proud of his inheritance and of making any two people thoroughly laugh as heartily as another at perhaps that is not wholly unaccountable I:I

to our readers the followingfide descent, clad in the robes of his: acquainted with each other his drollery, is laughing at a kind he since it is believed that t
intends
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on the occasion, which has dignity, decked with the pems of is to run a fair parallel between of drollery which our countrymendo to settle" inthe United it
its from his house, ad ,rued with his ducal States. And yet, there is
just made appearance, a ) them, wherever it can be not perceive. Mr M.'s Yan- a J

gifted pen. The language appro-J,, coronet, and commanding ..and receiving done-with ,a firm hand, a clear kees come from no particular part 'bad The policy Americans in such daintiness.=- f i:;

riale to the -occasion naturally 1 from the ignorant their of the and evidently would. respect
confederacy
1 head and a steady.. .eve. Oue sin1- are, him thousand iil
tows in poetic nleasu'le,-of which I servile wonder, and from the craftv pie fact, brought home- upon usunf'xcch'dly "made up," second hand, whole a times more, if his ;

tie writer has happily availed + their hollow adulation ?-.No- will often do more : with two fine exceptions, of which entertainment were as true, ;j
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himself. but a man .is come amongst us who than volumes of an abstract I shall hereafter take some notice.. severe it might be-as
f fI proposition. are the I
i|fi I BY GUENVILLE MELLE-N. has caslofftiu1: graceless garmentsof But how would a native of Great. two sketches alluded to. 'i
the misnamed noble l who has But, a M ord or two of Brother
t I. But in running a parallel of this Britian relish a character that Jonathan's "

.;:area of the mighty heart! all hail! flung to the weak mind, th.t first kind,oue should be perpetually upon should come upon the stage kilted;- him for lingo. We laughat .I

I How art thou wafted on may ,snatch at them, the insigniaof his guard, or he will wander with a shamrock: in his hat, a shi.. pronouncing genuine, ,/
Loud, FREEPOM: thundering on the gale his rank .who has: left his hereditary as if it were. written. genii-wine ,
into imagination.. The lelah in his hand, a leek in his but- t.forgetful t.
A nation's choral song titles behind him for those poetry of the fact, thai the
Ol h It 19 well to such as THEE, desire of doing! a clever or a brilliant ton-hole/"or .a, piece of toasted common -
i Jur world should'bend its iron knee, \vho can be caught with trifles, ,, to thing-of being lively, smart, cheese and. a red-herring in his people of England very gene-
To whom who has robed himself rally say oppo-site, giving the
its
I thanks belong-: enjoy- an.I I cntcJ't ai n i Pogo, is exceedinglyprone pocket; swearing alternately by.
\oat nobler homage hath it known, with the shnpK* but dignified ves-- to interfere with plain"mat St. Patrick, St. Andrew, St. David. same Sound to the vowel i ; and I

;'I Chan when. it bows worth. alone tuicwfa republican, who has as- tens of fact. Hut, where national and St. George ; and speaking a that our public speakers,- perhaps ,
without
i pit ed to the .Conors of a' freeman fellowship is concerned, the simple gibberish made up of Scotch, -Irish one exccptiol1,say hostile,
Ch, who hath seen an hour like thine instead of
who has assumed to himself \\hrt! h'osiii: We wonder
and Welch, interspersed with :
Great PATRIOT of our land! truth is always better than
he deems a higher title than royalty and also, at the absurdity of the Yankee J
.When all the hearts of all the clime, 1leasana'Yand caricature,.however provincial Cockney phrases. "
I Acknowledge thy command! itself'cn; bestow" an American rich and humorous it may be, is And yet that is precisely what had ought, & hadn't ought," .j'1
I Foul the here General I Who has ? which, after all, are-not I
were traitor-spirit
come; entirely out of place. Broad, absolute has been done by those who have,, only pure ,
Would er mock with a thee nerveless with an hand icy-tear, an exile from the courts of princes nature, although it may be been employed in getting up bro- in English, Jike I had rather,' but l''" .

and the palaces of the great, ther Jonathan for the English common use here, particularly :
No, when we greet that bonding soul, sometimes offensive, is never so
Our own would feel its pulses. roll. driven from his family and his very offensive as affectation.The market. They have jumbled eve- about Coventry ; and in;strict an- '.J
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honua. lircause he has dared alogy with other i
III.i'erc to assert language of an American ry ihing.'together: true and false: every language,

not our Fathers proud of thee, the dignity of human nature, will not often betray him ; that of all .the peculiarities of all the dif- wherin the verb to owe can be !t
When thy bright years were young, : and the{ equality of human right !" found.. nWe
ferent Called
an Englishman will ; so will that I people-and the composition .-. "
And. Love was left for Victory, No but there has arrived
r"considerable"and
amongst ti
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When Ileautyround thee clung? I of a Scot, or an Irishman, unless a Yankee., j chuckle at his "I guess,

\nd shall the children thankless gaze. us a spirit that: thinks _itself lie I be of'lh highest class, when In almost every book of travels, "pretty particularly Ii 41 j

Upon the Father of their days, ennobled by the change, who his English is remarkable for its play, novel, and story, if a New-I ,"-overlooking. the fact, ;,;+

I Whose patriot soul was wrung, beheld the unholy alliance, the purity. Englander be introduced, he is : that guess is true ofd-fashioned
To win,in such a bold defence, unsanclified: combination againstthe English for A'
But there are no provincials in generally made to do the most absurd which "I presume, i
I So splendid: an inheritance ? ;
;human rnind and human
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IV. hap- the United States. The Yankees, tftings-for a New-England- I fancy, "I imagine," you

p 1rsswto'olunt I'ily divested who inhabit the NewEnglandStates I er ; things that arc hardly less absurd know," &c. &c. are awkward :
I Oh ir.ay our land forget us-ere, himself of tin und .
: dignity splendor and feeble !
With such remembrance by, (Massachusetts, Rhode than it would be for an Irishman substitutes ; that "darn-
of his station in -
ere should so soulless linger here, Europe Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire to wear a Scotch dress, naton" is common through Kent ; l/

I Or so ignobly die wnose far was quickened at the and Maine,} differ, it is true,I talk Yorkshire, and swear by St. that "guess" in America, is never

The meanest heart that Gon has form'J cry of agony lat arose its the ;, from the! ;, southern people ; and the David. The character of the Amcrican'seems used so absurdly as people say, ,
If not by such high memories storm'd world whose soul) -
western
Sees no redemption nigh yea..n-I latter, in their turn, differ from I generally to have harJly ever' at the end of phrase; ;
; ed towards afflicted
the
and
It dies-as basest things have died, theOppl'tS the western people ; but then it is been manufactured at leisure, from & that"prelty;particularly! damned -

On the black eartht to which it was allied 4 : d-,.those! indignant ho- only in a fewrds, the whole of the materials collected by other ," and all such phrases, are },

V. :' sora burned tit itb wrath against! which might l be enumerated in people, in any way, at any time. only a sort of Yankee, or Ken j

There"is a. virtue in thy fame, the Ulmatu, al oppressor ; who a- half a minute ; and in a strong and Thus, the dialogues of Mr. Fearon tucky flash language; so little {

I The charm.of patriot eyes: bandoncd the powers of love and nasal tone, common to -a. part of although there is a great deal of known throughout the country,
Out-glorying! each l less, holy name the charms of bomr ; who fled that multitudes in
I the New-England population. Butfor truth in his book, notwithstanding every direction
In peerless sacrifice. from: !
the of afft'cti'n 5 ftv
::'he home-the hope-the prayers-the tears ; 'mtie i these few words, and this tone,I what the people of America may have probably never heard, and m

tears, warning accents friendship: ; ': the people of anyone state in the: say to the contrary-are evidently would not understand it. It is, in .

T lie ocean storm-the toil of years, from a mbiidich's imperious man- : Union might become incorporatedwith I made up from story-books and fact, the slang of story-tellers. I .
A cold world't injuries ; (]ate ; who came amongst the I And the We wonder also that the Yankees
vocabularies.
the, people of other, five representations
i any
Oh ho could such host ,
v a forget, children of the west, when the!
unbroken hundred; a thousand miles distant of Mr. Mathews are so never give a direct answer,
Save thy soul, }.A.rJi.TTE!
heart of
the patriot \\zs shroudedin full of with two that they always to
VI. I without being known for blundering, excep reply one qnes-

The Roman, when he sought;the home sorrow in sackcloth; and and his temples in ashes; arrayed LAFAYETTE strangers.; And, as it is, the na tions, that, had I not met him in tion, by asking another ; that I

For \vh'.ch his blood was given, ; tive of (any one state can travel America, I should, on seeing his they never sap yes or no ; and that

Found still but hard imperial Home, came. like the angelto from one end of the Union to the performaucereally! doubt if he had they always 'befiii their, answer

In his triumphal haven break: the seal 01"t despot, to other, thousands and thousands of ever,been there ; so little is therein with some supeifluous word. t

I The hands and heluis that battled on, : tl roll avathe stone from the se- miles, not only without an interpreter his "trip to America," of that But all these things, it shouldbe
Thro all her stormy Marathon, pulchre of long buried freedom,"
with truth and richness remarked, arc common to eve..
Jjut tolerable extraordinary
From noble Greece were drh'cnI I to bid her forth from .a certainty -
come the .
,
But oh! the pride that crowns thy years, i damps of the and the ; if he desires it, of passing, which- --p characterize- his trios to other ry people, polite or' barbarous.

The triumph of a nation's fears grave worm ill every other state, for a citizenof parts of the world. He himself Put.what question you will, to a
of the: : and ascend in her f
VII. oppressor that state. An Englishman who would seem to be aware of well-educated man or woman; and,

This is.the monarchy of_soul while robes of m.jeay _to her na- itnq---.- u nn_ Rlrnnno.. ...... nt'.in.i*U. IJV.N":!I 1& ""tiotart.......... ,_ this, because he introduces, underone whatever, people may say to the
.0
Aoovctnc povxerot kings, live in the skies 11
As high as those far lights that rollAbove Let region the stand forth and and no I very peculiar pronunciation picture and another, three contrary.you will rarely get a direct -
people
Karth's dimmer things! may pass in the same way, Frenchmen, one Irishman, one answer : and never; unless
d. him honor !
Such godlike spirit has no peers ) -lelt-veiy chivalric without suspicion, over the wholeof Dutchman, one Yorkshireman, they are angry' or in,haste as direst -
thong the wrecks of lowlier spheresIt spirit that bows down to fieeioin other second hand have been
i the North American States.A and sundry an answer'as might ,
floats on bolder wings! I ( as lo a goddess, hail with acclamation I for which he had already iven. Ask well-bred
)h! whose besides thy tar shall shine- fact like this cannot but makea characters, g a Englishman -

What splendor now can cope with thine her heroic l champion. strong impression upon us. The been celebrated.But if you shall help ,him froma

J VIII. The benevolent and perfectly best of'English, tie all know, will there arc two fine exceptionsin dish before you ;' and what will ,

} Mere is a roar upon the wave, disinterested spirit which has cha-I not carry a man far, in the British the entertainment of Mr. Mat be his reply? Will it, 'be' yes or no?
The thunder of our joy ; racterised the life of this great i of"U r.cle Ben"is : will it in truth- be *
Empire. To a large proportionof thews. The story or, capable
)'er the ardent
TREE, and brave
jouug ; man, is the most pleasing featurein
ji The glorious patriot bay, his the people, it would be wholly inimitable-and the sketch of of any grammatical interpretation t'

'Vho sprang upon oar iron shore, history-he spent a fortune, unintelligible ; and to another the Kefttuckian is masterly. Theyare as a reply? Is it not--"I thank:' ,

fa bathe: his virgin blade in gore ; and l 1 put forth all the energies of large proportion, a. sort of dialect.He two of the most legitimate pei- you""much obliged to you,*'

'. To conquer: and destroy. his mind-he fought in the cause who' would travel comfortably ccs of sober humour in the world, or! something of the same sort? t
'. have pass'd above thy brow of freedom from the innate love of
0nS -
gears the American So Frenchmen will "bicn
"hou com'at the warrior JlOW'1IX. Tor three or four hundred for onecharacter.that knows a say, obligE -
hoary. it.Vhal was his matchless airswcr miles, :in any direction, from Lon- But then the first-the ," or mercie' monsieur'j" a

*onn;hands are c1 *p'&l before thy form, I. in when the American, Agents don, should understand many lan- story about "that are trifle," is an German, '"Ichdankeihricn;" each ...

t.i innocence and prayer; I France told him on the eve of guages and many dialects. But American Joe Miller. Mr. Jarvis, and all 'seeking to avoid the ruder ,'
And age,that bore with thee the storm, his departure for America, that ofNew-York-1 of '
one language, if he speak tolera- a portrait painter ness saying directly yes or &0.
Comes in his whair Congress, by their !last advices I
sn
; and Ask Irishman
bl wjll of remarkable an the to St.
\r.cl }; carry him all over. ..theNorthl.American a man power ?: way
ttar*arc wept, and palms are wrung, were in a moat siti'totiou
deplorable '
lid aletice palsies the poor tongue! : and that he would be I States ; and, in drollery ; is the person, of whom Paul's and his reply.will be, "Is it
involvedin
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The soul alone'is there *j* u" some I cajes, without permitting Mr. Matthews had it-as, well as St-Paul's ye'd have?"Put-the same
their -ruin ? it
Then
'I,'M! ask not why the tClr drpp starts- is so him to be"? known for a 'stranger.Thci that story of Gen. Jackson. The question to a Scot, and his reply
hILt can cct 1.tin the tide of hearts! much the more incumbent me in "
? country people of New-En Review Is an old story this will begin: with, "Aw U accompanildVhh -

''hen X. to' hasten my departure !1" Whatw.ere gland-the Virginians and the country ; and the Dutch Judge is ,a, look, 'or' word, of
welcome .our immorb.lson, his words when a ship could
,. I'o KHEKIIOM'S: heavenly ground. ,for bitnJ'Vhat Kentuckians, who are the posterity 'from Judge Brackenridge.originally tone of shrewd interr oga ion. -And

**lands bright beings,. wave thee on,.. not be provided f ....,. of the New!"Englanders ; Jiave 'one'of! the:most ."genuine." so it.is.in fact' with'every people,
And,shower their round was his address afier-b;? return; to ; that ever.lived. His if acious
roses disposition to sound the'vowel, o, story-tellers particularly they are sa ?
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;'fo t.V'iat' ,had ancient conquerors: done, .France
ejAsp the triumph thou hast won' :- >I: t some{cases, like the"Italians, without a Judge Louisiana, and author country, where a stranger is rarely
J l.1 c thou J : qn' }\ewforkwhy
;f gloiy hast found *This was''I' g declaral{ :at ,
of of"the views of Louisiana inherits will have his
'variation
,to.Crt1! as great M-tjjou art Fonds'1L1I : will some people .imagine that any tonev seen. Every one

,"S an Erepirc gratitude they please! him with- the title of.lar.qlu*.'. A Yankee will,spy, I guess ; or"/ a large. portion ,of his fa- money's:. worth._ It-he_ give infer. v

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::' ._ toiation he\rill have information in elaborate treatise to prove measured prospects of the. farmer,. which at It is'prob! le"son1e of the articles America and nussla.- loa s- fro.

i,::L return. 'I I promogenltor Adam fect and that- the beginning September, pro.: might have referred to Gen. ,La:. ,bond, have been: a good ; : ''

. : j' As a people lake them altogether I 123 feet,and' ,Eve 18 >, aaua1lydiminishing. mised arich, return for his toil and Fayeltc's reception in this coun red forately, and \\n insQQJ

the, Americans talk *a. purer I the human S stature was 1 g industry, one:short month has ve try. S I ces sales, have' been tnadi' *

English than *e..-a. a people. materially ,changed. Incessant THE GREEKS AND TURKS. :. advance' I-4 to l-2s IbL t n
N.J..Oct. 6. ry I per :
, But then there arc not many A- l\fOUNT.HoLLY't absence A from in few
"' CncommonGrotfh.Mr. Samuel rains and inundations, the letter Constantinople, a days, however, tbe'dh.
xnericans who speak or write so : has left at the office of the cheering beams of the sun July 13thsays, "The events of: mand.. has abated. Hideae.

- good English, as multitudes. our Stockhouse Mirdrabaeket,orJ ,otatoesraiae'd for ,days-..and' 'e ven v weeks,, have Ipsara, have made 'a .deep impression scarce and looking '.I p. tn %
: country me a do, of the :his/fatmi: near; Mount proved sadly destructive, to the upon the Mussulmen. At there is but little Coin*, "'i1*

: Let usfiot arrogate too much> on growth we corn and cotton crops. The crop Smyrna some bloody excesses I w ood are in fair request' t
however, our speakers are far Holly, of the largest heard of of cotton will fail short at least were committed ; but, after a short ces have ,ruled steady for i z- '

- from being scrupuously correct, have ever evidence seen' or of even their. uncommon one third 5; and' little, if any of it, time they1 were_ arrested. The time past. Of Beeswax' AYC 'O ha"**

either hllrng\lage or pronunciation -as an of them measured a will be ofgoodiquality. On some troops intended, for transport, collected but little at market-the ate
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let *them| take what authority size, 14 plantations, where 1000 Ibs. per near Scalannuova, rebelled. ; have been made at 48s. "f.' S

they will; 'They,like our writers, full half From bushel.the Vermont Spectator Oct. 6. acre were expected, scarcely SOO and their Chief, Elez Sadi, was From Gibraltar..._.We hate

, are in the habit 'Of coining and A letter from Cincinnati, Ohio, Ibs. will be obtained ; and on others obliged to,seek.aid of the Pac a of I ceived regular files of Gibralta i1.
manufacturing words at-pleasure ; will be still Scio. these circumstances -I, to the lath
of the 25th of August, says, any the deficiency Although paper: September '
and some-of our critics have more quantity of Corn may be: had at greater. Corn perhaps, has not appear favorable to the is mentioned that Sir Wiliam"*.A'It..

than ce mistaken for American eight cents per bushel, deliverablein suffered quite so severely, thoughnot Greeks, the arrival at Rhodes, of, Court had taken hin depart'lrt',

isms, pure old English, or English town as soon as it is fit to cut, much more than two thirds ofa the grat.df Egyptian expedition,:. from Madrid to Lisbon, to "hith'

that hac&een sanctioned by our 2 or 3 weeks, as it is forward, crop can be expected ; and on hound against Hydr and the M.o- court he has been transferred .
the say
, poets, (the worst authority,by abundant than occasions continual disquietude the British b7<'
and the crop more the low groundf on the Catawba, rca, government; \ ''fo":
way, in the world, because habit the and poets was ever known." What a de- numerous 'fields, it is said, have and every one' thinks that we cign companv to be called "the

I ,_ are by inclination' in lightfu( prospect is thus hild utoremigl'ation been almost entirely ruined. In are on the;eve of decisive events. Saxon Company," is. to bed tdd;,
licentious '
; necessity, the most omitted ( Strange, that all short, the prospect in every respect Intrigues formed in the seraglio to the 'King, of Spain's ,bodr
I.. the use of words ;) and by our farmers do not leave these is gloomy, and all classes of against the Grand Vizier, Ghalib, guard. 'None but Roman! .Catho

: l>r. JohiAo9, or forgotten byour- cold and barren hills," and migrate citizens must'feel, more or less, Pacha, and the Reis-Effendi, afHnd1IiaVC lies are admitted Into 1\... > Q'rv T;.
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I selves.Thus. to the west! where "four the effects of this ralatr/.tj. whiCh it is' said, miscarried. : ther news.
:. they have quizzed the.jA- .._. _- __ SI"-" ,-urucanot raised hiS ov overwhelmed ,agricultural Moldavia has not yet been Gibraltar September 7vjfl

, using th.rb<< improve (us it is with.the same labor, as can .lie portion of the community. evacuated-Prince Stoardza ill in the last 48 hours, we haj
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the fashion to call such combinations raised here ; and wlie.ro too it is Charlote, N. C. Journal. treats foreign subjects and this had 13 arrivals of American Yes.

,) in 'the sense of the words sold six times as cheap ,Four CHARLESTON, Oct. 16. has,caused remonstrant es on the 1 sels, mo-tly from the U. S. >vbicChas

to use. It sounds very oddly to our' bushels of corn will buy our pa.- The S Crofis.-A gentleman recently part of the Austrian ( onsul. It increased our Stock of.jiQJtr'

ears, wli'en hear a New-Eng- per. The publisher of a small paper from the country, slates, is not: the property of P e Captain to about 35000.*bbls -Tobacco to f

UndtnaU about improving ,a at the West, about the size ofa that he, passed through Greenville, Pacha that has beer sequestrated, about 5000 hhds. and Staves of all,
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house, wien he.unly means to occupy sheet of Fool .cap, lately advertised Union, Chester, Lancaster and but of the Sultan's Swoia bearer. I kinds to 35o m. The market t 1.

it. ,But the Nexv-Englander tnat 16 lushelsofrve or corn Fairfield Districts, and that the Perhaps the disgl are of the Captain -. Cadiz is entirely overstocked wi lt

has a higher authority than is or 8 bushels of wheat, would pay crops of both cotton and corn on Pacha is only a false report." ; this article. .

generally !known, no less than for his paper one year., Give us the low lands in these istricts, An article from Hydra says-' "The influx of Flour )has. b ,

that of Alexander Pupe himself, old New-England. yet ; where, if1t'aiflist0 were injured to the full extent that The troops which landed at Ip- so great that the ,market is entirely! t _

t i Who says, whil 'sll'aking of lady S)e the "circulating previous accounts mentioned sara, were almost all chosen men, overstocked ari'd the prjce .endrtli

i at a theatre, that- dium" between farmers and me- that of the Cotton, all who had the and their destruction will prove a nominal at S6, and we donU'

"Not a fan went mu'inproveJ away." chanics, we shall not be obligedto opportunity observation concur- serious calamity. The Egyptian whether, g5| could be otainefl'0jr:

!. Let us (a I the:' recollect, that load an ox team to pay a two red in opinion there would be expedition has probably been any quantity.

:. our spoken language, and our: dollar debt.Mammcth. made about two thirds of the quantity -1.. much magnified by reportfromthe "The sales- of Tobacco,"

i written language. are two different IYhces.e understand -' originally estimated, and that number of vessels i ij. cannot slow and limited the 'are very

4 things. Our English when says the Concord Gazette, the quality of the cotton already exceed 16000 men.-The Pacha ties are with difficulty; sold besrquali-at ;:
'written, is the .same, throughout there are some wheels'of enormous S6t
: picked out was very inferior.- will be grievously disappointed to the The
.. the whole, British empire : but dimensions building in Boston, intended cwl highest offer made
Our i informant also states, that the find that Derwish Pacha has been for of
when spoken, it varies, at almostevery for the conveyance of the corn crop of North. Carolina as far defeated, and that Omer' Vrione, General a cargo Stark Pepper of Salem'by the'brig

] furlong. In America it is pillars of the United States'Branch as his[observation extended, was and the Pacha of Scodra, refuse to is S 9 the from
Sumatra, i cwt.
i i not so.-"pie same language is Bank from Chelmsford to the city. injured full as much as that of this obey him. Besides five camps
t both written and spoken, in the The wheels ate nine feet in diameter. State.-Southern Patriot. have been established by the The only American vessels at

the and have hubs about the size -- Malaga tire the biigs Georgiaua,
same way, by same people. -- -- 1'--- S Greeks on, the Peloponnesus, to be
X. Y.' Z. of barrels. The pillars are to PuRE Il.N- prepared to face the Egyptians find Phoebe Ann, both of N..York,

London, July !, 1924., weigh nineteen tons each. S -- ---- where-ever they_ land. At and owing to the few orders'received -
may
.
From the JV trio-York .Imcrican. from America more
The effect of the late no
t == sweeping the Asiatic
: DOM'&STIC* I II equinoctial gale, or hurricane, in 'Laic from Pl'auct'-By the annexed Constantinople committed excessrslloJda'ia troopshave vessels will proceed from here,
: ,- "- leitrrs from our correspondent great the of '
the south, may be judged of by the has been owing to difficulty procu>
: There is Jo apprehend : ( al| Hare, it will he ccn that not yet evacu- '
-1 reason }' fact, that the street officer of Au- i lug freights, the speculator? rcfusf,
that the u. S. Schooner Wild Cat gusta, in Georgia used so much ; the annunciation t by the wav of ated.rhe is from the ing to ship ; and from the ,great

was lost in the gale of wind on'.the industry, within the four-days following Eng: llrl, of the King's death, was following Gazette of 6th.Augs- number of English and Northern'
burgh Sept. :-
14th ultimo, as she has not been [ the gale, in removing the !premature, although that event "The Commander of the Austrian vessels in port waiting for freight:
heard of since.-JVat. Int. rubbish, &c that in that time he'1 I II' could not, it is clear from all accounts it is expected the price will break S
vessel the Orion which has arrived
It is said' that several' thousand had removed 285 wagon loads, !i! be long delayed) if indeed high. The crop is of fine qua.thTt I
at Pireno from
. free persons of color will have and 1446 cart and dray loads, of it ha<{: not occurrt'd.Ve do not the Smyrna of ,saw the, 1)1stflnt bl>t.nvlaHl? aTlOT Wj/| riot be3'
July
'; saiifd from the United States for leaves and berries of the China j think' it probtrblc! however, that on Turkish twenty-first fleet near Mitylene, from shipped before the 15th instant. I

I Haytl before the season closes.Tuey .- I 'any intelligence thereof had rea )lied Some Coast Fruit has
trees, making in all 1731 loads of, whence it had just set sail in two been
;, have in haste, and v ( H'avre' before the Maitha sail- received here but it is ',
fit
gone rubbish removed from the streets. | I S divisions. The first consisted of not to
.app hrl.(lllhat they will ivpentat At election held at Baltimore led. I ship.
an : sixty-one armed vessels, viz. eleven -
To the Editors o.ft"e ..''e-.u.J"'oJ'k 4ineri can.Ilavre. .
I lei 10:U 1''''. if however, tbev find t.:. 4th Oct. Peter Littl & John Barney The of flour
1 ;\ Sept. I4r1824. frigates, two corvettes, eight import from the
same civil rights, the same facility were chosen members of Con- !; and tht. U. S. for the months tht '
f i|i G 'nllemrn-There is a report brigs, fifty transports: second ending
, of obtaining' the means of sub };ress, Benjamin C. Howard and that]the King is dead li i is ceruin consisted of twenty-two armed last, has' been 78,000 bbls. A
! sisu-nt-e', the same freedom of religion John s. Tyswimemners ol Assembly I deal of this
has
t | that, by the last accounts, he vessels, viz. eleven frigates, great been re-
. there as I h -reve care not at Blandish Barry, sheriff. j iwus I ,very iii, and such an event is eight brigs, two schooners, and shipped to South America."
how many more are added to thosealready The electoral ticket for JohniJ&ntgoueiy : the Admiral's The latter From Buenos .3.-We
Tvho havt* I I ther 'f<.! very J probable ; but would ship. 4yr have
I'
,I would siuc.reI departed. for mayor, has succeede -i iiTot, it ib believed, lead to any immediate was distant eleven miles from the! received papers from Buenos
give us satisfaction !. The electiunwas warmly {i! important changes in the former, and seemed to be steering Ayres to the 28th of August inclu.
to see their condition really im I contt's'ted'llttwt'en six,and se-1:
j adminisiration.J : i towards the Gulph ol" Smyrna.On sive. A letter from Valparaiso,.

Pl'ovt'cL-dem.The Painter.-A troublesome ven thousand votes were pollen in J;: September 15.-The King, by the same day the Orion saw July 15, announces the arrival of
the city. j last advices the Greek fleet, composed of 50 the American brig Frederick
siller to ar eminent portrait I the was not dead, but ,* _
paint-
Mr. Puinsett has been re-elec
ted iI j sail in of the Turks. On from Callao
, ; probably now so. The mailsare pursuit -being the first am-:
and
cr, puzzle.himsc.'lr plagued ,
from
I Charleston ilis-
to Congress the 26th ult. details were circulated val from that since Sdof
; ho suffered to move the Ex- place the
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the ai'ist in determining whethei '
; trict in South and Mr.
Carolina
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'I chaiyes and Theatres are shut, at Trieste upon the expedi- March. She: does-not brint; any
t he should be painted on panel ocamass. Deas, State Senator I _
I tion fitted out bthe Pacha of
until further orders. positive advices. Nobattle bal.
But how would
Thf State /2fcc//on.\V I I
you consider
J : have -ue drawn I" he at last aakvci; it e j I l'l'om the New-York Spectator. Egypt against thp Peloponnesus.It j yet taken place ; but 'a discovery1

'i I the irrita\ecl man of talent. "Oicyoorf returns unnecessary from the to give in further this ]I, /from Havre.-We have rece '**- appears that 16,000 militia, had been made of a conspiracy in

t j sir.jVoared the latter,\ such counties i istate. ed 'Paris papers to the 14th of 2000 veterans, 2000 cavalry, 500 : the castle to deliver it to the Patriots -
Tin- official 1 will
i- 1:1 fellow as'you ought to he drawn shortly be published when return j t f I September, inclusive. They do gunners, and 200 sappers, as well ,\V h'ic was to have been'car:
I a correct :' announce the death of the HS the provisions and ammunition tied into effect 25 hours after
on l10Uunr; but aLhul'dte.Id.NEWY judgment be formed of'loot _
,1Ut, Oct. 13.-The emigration its character. may Returns have i King. Our I letters and packages necessary, have been embarked on i': wards. Eighty of the conspiia-,
ofjcolorccl people to Hayii; received from counties.now iI i from Havre, however, are sealedin board a fleet, consisting of 180 or!: tors had been shot. Bolivar bad received *
:
_ ._, is now jjcimjf on with spirit. Tin- open Messrs. Juhn fifty Edward bliick, and it is announced thatan 200 vessels, under the direction of![. reinforcements from Guay
Forsyth F.i'ittflal '
,
r i' ship! Concordia, will sail from thi? Geo. Alfred :.expn-ss had arrived bringing Ibraham Pacha. According to :I aquil and Panama ; he already
Cary, Cuth-
r I port foJawith about 150, or as bert, Wiley Thompson I JamesMeriiveajher. news of his death, arid that all business l letters from Corfu, fifty Turksh ; had a force of more than 14/XXK<

r mans th law allows her to carl & CI 'as. E. Ilaynes. was in consequence suspend vessels, which \vere captured at i men, and was pursuing: Canterac.,

;. 3 Ani tli
immediately to be de- Congress without opposition. SIXTH BULLETIN.Sept. IfOdra.Ve learn from Thessaiy ther when the brig sailed. The

sp...ioiied 'iVom; LUIS port \\.it hem i- Savahnah 13-9o'clockii the evening- that the Seraskier Dervisch Pa I patriot General Miller, with 2000

: gran s. It is also saiJ that the City Council have Georgian.The determined The fever i& more violent this cha has'been defeated in two actions -I cavalry, was in Pilivilla, and waif

Ildytien ag.Mit has engaged si.s to in force ordinance- evening. There is considerable one on the 4th of July, near I expected at Lima. 1'hereVas a _
.. vessrls at Philadelphia, and as put au agitation: -fever and thirst. The Salona, and the second on the 24th rumor that there had been'a bat

: many more at Baltimore, for the some a fitjc lime of thirty sin:t dollars passed, imposing King retains his.senses, and experiences of the same month, at Sataglia. tie which the patriots gained d ,...._ _

, conveyance of the colored persons keepers in the : who on shop sotm_ pain in his limbs.Le The Egyptian expedition is expected took General lIannaiprlsoner-, S _
city entertainnegroc'
ulready engaged to embark! rOt after drum beat, ConatitutioietfSept. 14. in the<< :Morca. At Misso- but this yet is uncertain. Flour:

; those places. \ilt is also> made the at of night. The Duke of Ragusa, (Mar- longhi it is said that Jussul Pacha was selling at 14 dollars.
I duty the inont) has taken the place of the of Petras has been recalled by the Mr. Rividivia the most useful
1. I From the Boston Courier.A :city Marshal, Constables and ,
manjwho/ said tie wushurn in I t tV itch, to take all city Duke of Belluno, (Victor: ) as Ma- I i Porteand has set out from Preve- man in the Republic, had sailed:

- Scotland, !: went into the Police I I found after drum beat up in any negroes shop, joi;' General ot'th King's Guards. sa. Lord Strangford has recently from Buenos Ayres for England
The official account of the recapture had a conference with the
Office on iSaturdlu.hilc Otto His absence was much regretted.A
the Justices I j yard or enclosure within the City,
I !t I ol Tariffa, states the man Ministers which is by
h were at dinner, and, seatedhimself otherwise: than where they belong, consider French brig commanded,
.it. in| one of the constable's :: and commit them to the Guard French loss at llieut. and 2 privates ed his last, as preparations for his Count de Rossie, had arrived at.
boxes. He I stated the killed, and 2 officers and 27 departure are advanced." Valparaiso and the object of tb6*
4 i to officer inattendance !House, unless they have a special ,
1. that he wanted to be I It ticket expressing the place to ptivates wounded. IVciro Valdez HAVRE MARKET. visit had been demanded by 'tbf
taken of I and Domingo Gonzalez, chirfs of JJavre, Se/ t. 15.-Since our ad- The Captain 'replied :
t care ; that he had acquired -I which they are sent-of which : government.
J such habits of drunkenness I( those interested will do well to the Constitutionalists, and 160 otherstwere vice of the 1st we have now to inform that the vessel had been !I" :

, that I eVa incapable of taking : take notice.-Idem. taken prisoners. The you that prices of American spatched solely for the purpose o/ ,

i can.of hiniself. The officer told \ The Colombian of (LriflCl' pat!chief.(name not mention- produce are still on the decline inconsequence protecting French commerce, f'IJ":! ;_ _
brig war ed' -
him l lie must request some other : Pinchinchi ,) escaped. of the ,numerous im the coast, and that it was the aut'!:. :_ _
J. j i captain Maitland,: ar- I A .new' decree of' the King ofSpain portations. The dealers in observe'
. person t&i! make a complaint cotton cere wish ,of the King,ttf. 1* ..
a-I frivttdat i Philadelphia on the 8th
f' jjainst hiu2afldiftlwcbarge could: i instant, in 31 days from Port Le-I: directstlat persons guilty have come freely into market lately a perfect :neutrality towards ;; ot

be Hubstantiatcd, he could be ,sent ofdisturbing the..public peace in and taken up 'considerable belligerent'power& l
Commodore
r to thr huuse of cor ectiou.. :There j! mon.Colonel Leima first aid.de Daniels: ',and any manner, whatever.shall! be, immediately quantities at:25 to30s. for'Upland, 1& Buenos 4yrtlt"Aug-f 2S'. .sr., ,;,;
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: is evideucb enough of tie( fad..be j i tu General Paez -cam p'I tried by a military corn.msiuiiand '-: and 28 to 29 for' Louisiana and market glutted! with \ :.tt;

fore your) face, said the man.Waen .-.f I lnvher mission cam.e passengers I ,punished on the spot Tennessees. A few lots of very produce' -!6'or 18,000 bbls. "
; on
a to -
. the; court catne in, a complaint '' men .-Id.I our govern-J 'TheJournalrluCommei'ce' pre- choice Louisiana' havebi'ought: as are on hand, and, a Ja gepropo ; ___
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I was madeout and he was j I S sebts a melancholy. picture of'the high as'32svthe finest -sorts being ,lion in possession of the import itt

sent 10 the house'of correction' 'for I I Ir i Indian-, At arlate general' election manner in, which' ,he',censorship extremrl$ carce. We do not beLieve The price is nearly nominal' 'at ." ,,

r one mouth. He died on Sunday I,I in, the State of Indiana,,. ofthekresSjs. conducted Pa'ris.I our prices will go m ch10"- dollars,duty 5, i-4 per 'kbl J. ;us a ?|fSsale's : _

evening. 'John Test, Jonathan: Jennings.' [and Ete r paper for the last ten days'i er,this: season,, but bat.fll,. depend .can'be'effected; f there"af*. !g:
S 'I I RatlifT' Boon, were 'chosen members contains. ablank from which some. ; bi
entirely on the exportati freight J.F vessels. Produce
Human "
Stalurt'-Mr. I

:. ; of the French Academy, .wr tc-ft 1-:.that State.of the 19th Congress- from I.struck condemned. ,out paragraph Hias ,I been' from.your side.! ..Ashes,' Pots.. 43. -" \i the+ w.hole,::Cq 1 e c .A I.rt"lDfl :: _

f J nd.mo9rorthem.shoW'1 :lb: '1 potjikcly improve, ow- th.e"pla'ce is eirJfovdoflP -"f. ;._ _
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..........-- : : ,I od\retnistiin! ,arrive' with the.*fjotttoes, and 1 bale merchandize ;[froait TliEattunp1sretbt:: Ciit down

@lli :C OMM U.YICA TIOWSl. meeting oft .C ngress. And. :we i I to _Fin) r'and ,Rushton-. trunks jas r ,low to'the pound as possibly AH
SS B ;
1[> would.also suggest whether it is [ and 2 boxes merchandize' to- Geo."(marshy;'m.iryo.lWamP1 groundth4bcawyed
To the Editor cfthf Pauanla Gazette. :i with poles frora'JTto ff a Inchesj .
EJAY, KOYEMBEK, I824. Sir .In jour last paper,there ia an article not worthy the, attention of our i C. To6r 1. box' merchandize 0 and 6,.j diameter,at the smallest cnd,.laid down

S. T subscribed ".\ Native of Ftance,'. Lcgislatuie! memorialize, ,Congress -I nests band boxes to Henry Hyer. 1 close and 'perma ent. The :causeways

re auth orized to state that Peter addressed to the Editor of the NorfAlk I in relat'on'lo1: sa, matter ,so',' -34 packages. mill .saw and 1 are to be fifteen feet wide, and,securedat

J,ft.; : squ\re Mayor of this city,declines Beacon, in which the Native of Prancesaystht immediately connected. with the :! sett'mill irons, 8 packages ready each end with hearv riders,' firmly staked .
A1bs, he is induced t j believe that the : down.t:'pitches four 1 ett.,'wide and
for that office at the of the made and
state lotbing.2'm.ill-to 3
A candidate i Interest andfadvanlage i es three
tei"K insertion, made'in the will of Bonaparte :1 Cee'\wep are to be dug on each side
'. rioft in January next. of the respectable name of La Fayette, i 1of Alabama.: I Ir pr.gudgtonst'to Stone sc :Nisbet.100 of the caLiewzyad the dirt.thrown up

c. among the traitors who gave up Franceto ... bbls. potatoes, 10 kegs but on to them, leaving it,,highest in the ctntre. -

)laj r Samuel R. Orerton, Commis the enemy is an error of the Editors.Sir At Hingham; .on' Sunday fast, ter, 100 boxeslsoap kegs powder ,At proper intervals," id tang cause

.ontr tn Land Claims in this District, ar* ,this is no error at all, the editors copied an infant son of Giles Gardiner 5 bags pepper",2 casks wine, ways through very wet ground open
SaturdaY'iast from after what the French log bridges must be constructed in
this city on a one another them,
i i the, Rev. ,Mr tea 20 bags ,shot 1 bale S
r.red for the benefit of his police thought fit to order into their official WaA baptized by cattys to let the water' pass through. "Where

f isit tC Tennessee papers, and thf'mot \"t's of that po. Richardson,; by the name of "Wei cassia, 6 Ibs. cloves, 4 Ibs. ,nut- any one causeway shaH exceed one hun-

]Iltallh which we are happy to state has lice are b) no means doubtful ; no rettcctiag conc La F re1te.JJ The name of megs, 5 boxespipes, 1 pipe'bran. dred yards length,*.it will be opened ia S

een n tich improved by the trip. individual will be caught by so gross thejjjrcitt jjrjandfalher of this child dy, 1 bbl. gin, 10 bags coffee 62 the centre,'or at each distance of,'100

t a bile.; n'lt.n. every country there are yards, as the case may be,,to the width of
Welcome Lincoln. bars iron 5 bbls. Rosin 5 bbl
Sebree Mashal of Westylcvndl was 20 1
,.bj r "William individuals LI) a great or) less number i feet, for a distance of at least 40 feet.
hft1lis City on Sunday last for I who may be deceived, and in time those : Salem Obs. pitch, 20 kegs white lead, 2 bbls. Then the swamps or other ground cause ,J

\flhi! i gtCfl Cit .. may deceive others. While it is impossible spirits turpentine kegs paint, ,5 I wayed, shall be of such a nature as not to

-+.-- to succeed in an open attack on such:_From Tales of a Trcvcllfr by bbls. bread, 1 hawser,' 36 coils afford dirt: sufficient to, cover !the 'causeways ,''I

Cut Robert Butler, Surveyor of Florida, reputation as tlut of La fayette, the I I I George Washington Irving. cordage boxes,10 hales, 17 kegs it must be carted on to them. ,:

ceeded to the_seat government. slightest cloud thrown over it j is & meritorious Alas I how littte do we ap- and 47 packages merchandize, .1 It is contemplated to establish ferry
t.JS pr dyed in the eyes of tyrants :It\ll I at the Suwanee rirer,and it will be' re.
those of their supporters and abettors j predate: a mother's tenderness bbl. chalk, 12 buckctts, 12 spades, quired to build a.flat there 45 feet .I

Tc 'vish that the limits of our sheet But, sir we arc in possession: of a work, ]|I while living! How heedless! are 3 pr. bellows anvils and,40 bbls. and 11 feet wide according, a. long plan ;

flould<< permit ilK to publish in detail the which is a most precious store of materials :. we in.youth of all .her anxietiesand apples to N. H..Allen. which shall be furnished to the contrac
j
of the honors fUr history worlt. which wilt forever I. tor. All the other
fur.ae i5 accounts paid to kludness.at when she is CLEARED.Nov. branches"streams,* J

I.&I'a yHtet with which the papers pub I increase-hatred. against;- a'lthc.-.i tvr.it.ts* ..,.!dead and g-dnc ; when'the cares 10th.-SchrI! San AntonIo"Roich creeks,:lagoons or rivers are to be bridg. .
wnetlier ot the or or ue jutr.rils. .. ed :-.If such stream shall be less '
lgitiiaie&
i.shed |in the places, which are blessed I I n.eun Las! Cc' .'uuuiMl or' St. I! and coldness of the world come' New Orleans, ballast.ARRIVED. feet wide,with strong abutments than tea for ', .

.p tJtli; aj visit from. tfiis beloved and te- Helena. \\"e red, pu p 111, 'r'ol.IV, the withering to our hearts ; whenwe the floor beams to rest upon ; and if more

4 fpfcte 1 person, are crowded ; but this is following pawijr.Aph from the mouth of find howl: hard it is to find true Nov. 12th.-Sch. Tom Shields, than ten feet wide with ItlU neb frame S

i impracticable ; ill: we ran promise atprestTif the greatest enemy ofl'hc liberty of nations. sympathy, jiow few love us for Forsyth, St. Marks. bridges built upon trestles or arches,none :

:is, occasionally to make selectionsfrom the Emperor Napoleoii. ourselves, how few will befriend us L of which are to. be more than 14 feet a. I .
tile articles in his honor *La Fayet was ,anothrr simpleton, FOR JI"EWFORIC part. None ot the main timbers or the
published misfortunes then it is that .
and by no means firmed, f crthe- einiiertcliareter in our ; bridge are to be less than 12 by 12 inches .1

atratto our readers. TXose found I he meant to represent. His we think of I the mother we have The Schr. Caravan, squared and hewed, nor more than 14 1; I i

in this paper, will, we think, be gratifying: .pol' simplicity! ; was suc'i that lie could lusa. It is (rue,, I had always loved it! J. N.Wyer Master, having nearly by 16 inches squared and'hewed, except j

13 311 %t ho can properly appreciate beauty !t not avoid being'the constant dupe of men >I my mother, even in, my most a full Cargo ready to go on lug the mud: sills,which must be of Jogs 1 :

IfCOfliO9itOfl and style. The ode is dej j and thinl.! ." .:.NMfn$ continues tll j!.I heedleM* ,tats ; bull felt how inconsiderable r"\ .4 Aboard, will be despatched im hewn on the upper and, lower side, the I;

c.tiedlhc that bas fallen under our q.;.:' fasten my return from Waterloo, by ]i mediately., For freight or passage applyto bark taken off the other sides, and the
and ineffectual had
insurrection o? thc! chambers.Vhoj j I' the master,or log itself not lei than two feet in diame-
1
Joticc: : and we take the more pleasure in < c';uUl 1 Ivuvc f.icrs'lad"llaim tJiat; I l had arrived I been my love. \ly heart melted Stone & Nisbet.Nov. ter-and to extend at least four feet at

rt-pubjishingit) as it comes from the pen ir.eich for the purpose of dltoJ1v.1: | as I retraced The days /Infancy, each end beyond the exterior edge of J 0

clone''with whom we had the pleasure of ing thcjii:-J. whose only faiicty v.as mother's hand -- 13th. 1824. the uprights. The bridge* ar*. t"...,. K- .iU ., ,. .
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hen I -- --
wasj.d by U'lii &
1 n a '"
an acquaintance some years since, havingieen j tered in them!" Las Cases -adds "ren-I I and rocked in mother's TONE & lSBE.T.nrt. feet in tbe clear, that is,twelve feet from A .
to a
sleep
of the S
of sangb :! exterior sides
our ) way oftJ.c'uprig't
in 1814. We have seenseveral party I' AVE received Schr. Caravan t8 at the
class mates extenuation, 'it was however, Sire; ttf arms, and )was without care or per cap sill. The flooring of the frame S
from New-York and
I bridg.
are now
of the poetical effusions of Mr.Jlelleri who treating *iherward. ",it'1..I' open es is to be of'sae4
same man, I sOI'row.u ,Oh, my mother, exclaimed ing, a handsome Wisortmenlofgoods suited plank three inches
all of which have made a most nllct vviih it thick. The.other
the hllies indignation
was I, 6uryingmy face in thegrave to the season viz : :bridges may be covered,

respectable appearance, but we certainlydo their ;proposal udn'ung; uj- )'lour n a-j' -" Oi| that I were once 411__ packages fine cutlery, knives, scissors with puncheons"hewed to three incbes-
1
jest, and eagerly asked I, it it was to teprisnr in thickness. The, whole to be
in
not depreciate the others saying &c. and pjated wares, pinned
more by yoUr side, sleeping, neverto to the
dared .dl firmly beams
ot'Olmutz they to : ei>sthemselves at each end.
:, 2 Ganther's boots fine calf Dro- No
other -
that this is his best production, and we believe cases ,
?' '5irJ replied the E-nperor, wake again, on the cares and and-ladies' slippers, timber will be admitted in the corrstrucfcon.of -

tjiat we are in no:danger of contra- 'you run from on subject to suoti.cr, / troubles of this world!" 7 cases gans men's and boy's hats, .isborted, bridges except light wood"or


this ode is worthy of the happiest exertions -. of.11.\ lie JM Fayeiie, 1 have onv From the Rational[ Intelligencer.The 1 case stout knit half hose, netts & caps, known be equaity hard, durable and
complained of their fatal r.bt".I f:ll lasting. jlne bridges must be
4r built?
our most eminent writers. have 3 cases cloths and cassimeres, assorted, so
commentary on this paragraph must necessarily following gentlemen 1 case mixed and blue sattinetts, assorted bights that no part thereof from bank to

Wejpublish in our first page an article. be longer than uic 1'rnits of it. been respectively appointed Consuls bafck', shall ever be exposed to danger

from filackwnod's I. : newspaper can pennit, 1 wl! oiiiy dwell for the ports and districts 4 cases ready made clothing superfineblue from the effect of the highest fl'ehets.- .
Edmburg Magazine on these two points, that Napoifun '*of. blak and coloured do. Good and staunch hand-rails will be
named, anfl recognized by the coats, required -
vhich| coming from a:; foreign reviewer, to the
.
tat ked fbi lId sentlir.cntt *r intentions.if. frock coats,military_mixed do. blue, bridges. Such small branch- I
may bt| considered a liberal Article. The De La Fajfitc" he c .uiot then, at anytime President of the United States as black and coloured cloth and casii- es as are never deep enough in freshets

vriterjis under a mistake as to the use of aftervvanls, lu\e bifiuicd/ 1ILL name being authorized to act in that ca- mere pantaloons, sattinett do. silk, to obstruct carriages in passing and have

*r rekon" by the ntuckians, he says with the infamous nunie of Marmont, pacity : toilineit andcassimere-, &c.!tc. I firm sandybottoms, with firm banks, may .

"al nnessean Kentuckian will Talleyrapd xncl Kouche. But he callshim Charles J -an Cazenov{".Esq.'Tice 3 cases,fancy goods, prints, cambrics, be cut down and left as fords, but in this
generally "aimpictun! who could not avoid robes linen cambric cravats I reserve to myself the right, when re.*
Consul of His ;mperial'lajcsty fincy: ,
say, I calculate ; seldom, I guess ; being the dupe cf men ad things"-we fine Irish linens, bombazettes, cieving the road,to decide whether they .
gen
and hkrdly ever I reckon." The fact is must confess, :ut1 we must deplore, thai the Emperor of all the Russias, tlemen's fashionable cravats, fancy ought to'.have been bridged or not--

"I re k.on"is universally in use in Ken. at the return fomllcrbo., La Fayette (for, the IistrictofColunibia, to reside worked robesLadies'silk bags, black Special? instructions as to the manner of'

lucky.-"I calculate" ; "I is ve- was indeed decehrdby Kuuoiic, the same at Alckandria.Ogden stocks, &c. &c. opening the road &c. and more particu
pr gue
sel lorn used. man who dec&h-"crthe gftait majority of Hammond Esq. Vice .3,bales low price shirting* larly, plans 1 and descriptions of the bridg
TJ will be
i the House of Kepresentitivei<, though es, furnished to contractors
no deviations
Consul of His 1 case goo3 quills,
Vft should not havel' thought it worth they must have known xliat the. wretch Imperial Majestythe from which will be allowed. Any .
.t D
dill to notice the above, but we took conc ntl'\tcd: in him every vice'without-asn Empeior of Brazil, for the a variety of other goods in store such as information respecting the country

up our pen to enter our protest against ; g-1e virtue. But we must complimentLa State (;f Georgia, to reside at Sa. blanket's, negro shoes, wool huts, cotton that 1 can give,will be communicated by t
I l'arette.h3.t he never bowed to the vannah.C. me to any person wishing to make
tiiii s< ntence. There are not many A- cards &c. &c.THE proposals I
idol of the day; that, however desired Griffin Esq. Vice Consul of while 1 am at the seat of government-
meric: ins,who either speak or write so': to save France from nis grasp, he felt in- SUBSCRIBER and before the last day of receiving said I

rood English, as multitudes of our coun- ] lignalioii: Klthe, idea delivering up to His Imperial Majesty the Emperor receive proposals. The distance from the Oct-
,,.s1yjlIL; proposals to by
allies the victim whom ht. of Brazil, for the State of Connecticut open lockony to St. John's
Hymen lIo'e believe this to be of a the they buu: W'3/ contract the following named river is about 185

piece with the base slanders which have I This \v.tS the truly generous French- to reside at New. Lon parts of the Itoad, laid out from Pensacolato miles, and from time St. John's river to St .
I
t mBan-al liOmttgtlie-mn who had proa-: don. St. under the orders of the Augustine it in seventeen miles.
been| heaped on the literature of our ;, Augustine .
of his
j I t.-ateil the: liberty country yet ready Samuel Snow, Esq. Vice Consul Department of War, during the winterof When either of these parts of the road t
foundry\ but which we are happy to per- ever to defend ii>e man, who had ren-
ofFlislmperial Majesty the Emperor 1823-24, viz : is reported read for delivery &is about to-
<*itej are'gif'ing'a) 'to a more liberal dei eiltn.'it country brithunt, tlough: with i
of the dazzling lustre ot gilded chains. of Brazil, for the State of Xo. 1;-From the landing at "Murrays be received by me,should any difficulty
ofthe editors fo-
q111r:@, among most respecting it arise between -
bank the
Ferry"on the east of the Ockolockony contractors
1'ti *i reviews, magazines and papers.Tlje Rhode Island, to reside at Provi river, tothe landing the West Bank & m'self such difference shall be decided .. i 4

I ..1[.. Hunt, dence. by some disinterested '
cf the St. John's river, opposite to I'ico- third person

trial of the Schooner Dnlce Nom- : We request you to publish the following Frederick Myers, Esq. Vice chosen by us jointly;and all expenses attending '

bed Maria her tackle list ot'names, which we intend support Consul of His Imperial Majesty lata.No.. 2.-From the landing on the cast such reference shall beat the
cargo apparelMjimiture I
I for the government of PensAcola for bank of the St.John's river at Picolata to cost of the contractors. S
ttie of Brazil for the
; her boat and four bags of the year li&5-an likewise
privilege to
Cfrft:, and thirty pieces' cf India cotton meet the, approbation of a maiority of Sh'or: l Virginia, to reside at proposal!* for No. 1 will be received : road as it progresses: will be examine reserved the to .

cloth libelled for a breach of the Revenue cIi1zt'mfs..For Norfolk. by me in person at the seat of government : me,at all times before its completion

w >fthe tV.ited Stales was commenced Mayor* Samuel Chadwick Esq. Vice for Florida between the 15th and : when, if in my judgment the contractor

u the United States' District and Sucnc Ferguson l. JNishet 1 :Hl.I Consulof, His Imperial Majestythe 20th December next; and opened and i! is not proceeding in his work according S

?' r Court of West Florida Emneror. of Brazil... for lhc replied on the last day. [I to my instructions and his contract,. and .
on Wednes- jfrr .,:'lid 'rnten. 1- - The for No. 2 will be received shall
proposals -[ refuse to obey or disregard direc..
the my
r 3d inst and I State of South Carolina resideat
occupied the Court John De La Hua, Joseph Noriega, by me in person at St. Augustine be- tions,I shall then be empowered annul

: days. A decree was pronounced -Henry ichelet, ikj. \ y.-.u;:, Charleston. tween the 5th and 10th February next; the contract forthwith, he forfeiting all

wth? 9th : the four bags of coffee and Noah H. Allen, Francisco P. I'ahncs, William Watts Jones, Esq. and opened and replied to or. the last claims for compensation for the work done

flirty! pieces of India cotton cloth seized Joseph E. C.TO, John' Lee \\illianis, Vice Consul of his Imperial Majesty day; but in case of any accident prevent I will also receive at the same time

Aboard of the boatcondemnedand the hainuel Patters ,II, John Innf"1"oU"ttr. j the Emperor of Brazil,* for ing my being there at that date, through with the others, at the seat of Govern-' :
Charles Laval, ';Co. \/. liarkley. the medium of the Post Office, addressedto 'ment for Florida, proposals for openipg (
scho net, her tackle &c. the State of North Carolina to reside -
&c. restored to -.. ::: .;;w me at St. Augustine, when no avoidable the following named parts of the same r\
he claimantson. payment of costs. at '\ delay in acting on them shall occur. road i but, as such proposals cannot be |

MJJJttJo From the Cakaiuha Pre8s. James Waters Zacharie Esq. The >>responsible bid in each definitively d upon by me at that time t

in Cliatburn V re oijsurjV-e! thc.t an inhabitaiu Vice Consul of His Imperial Majesty case will be accepted, reserving to myself it will only be necessary to forward them

gainst whom the Grand of West Florida. in a lute Mobile the privilege rejecting the wholeif by letter} viz ;I
the of Brazil for r
:Jury found an indictment, at the Janwtry'er Emperor the terms do not to me to be t
paper, expresses a wsh that that the States of Louisiana and Ala- appear 1st. From the East Bank of the Choc. ,J
,1823 for such are reasonable. Bond with .'
the murder of Peter Mill as penalty '
of r'loiida of tawhachie river
portion west the A- to the West Bank of the !
jni n August 1822 bama, to reside at New-Orleans. and with satisfactory security, will '
wasarraigned'befrre: paiachicoJa, might i be annexed to for Appalachicola.river. S <
the be required of,contractors the faithful .,
Superior Court oo the 2d inst and the slate of Alabama: The views I I I i mm .Zm 7 ZnZ Zll****< and correct performance of each and every 2d. From the East Bank of',the Appa... i,
p1e
] I"Not Guilty." His trial] took place and con i t"'a1ionlYhich he offers The CARD.desire part of the contract. lachicola river to the West ,Bank of the, S j::'

tt e'6th, but the Jury not being able to undersigned to express Contractors are to be entirely under Ocklockony riverV. S .
in favour of this measure, we their acknowledgments to Capt. Fonyth :.
'fl 'on a verdict, and being nearly ey consider reasonable and just, and of the Schr. Tom Shields, for I lu> polite! my direction, and subject the to road.my order The same directions as to, pening this
> in relatinglo
every.tbing of the
divided, part rout* will govern, as are -
were and their S
discharged by the hospitable treatment during prescribed
think i' entitled! the consideration if taken
c*: t; and to Both of these contracts moat for the others
another from Pensacola to St., Mark & S
trial ordered. lieLCCordirgly passage .
the 31st of December
be by
of altlu.ir completed
Congress next session. '
tried the to recommend the Tom Shields to DANL.E BURCH
let yesterday, jury Soon after the Fub- 1825. At. ,
ned a acquisition lic patronagefor the saperiority 0 Qr. Matter.Fensacola .
verdict
'\: of acquittal, and he of these provinces by the United I accommodations for passengers, as well The first,that is from the Ockolockonyto November 5th 1824.BLANKPOOKS..

!discharged.} as the despatch of her sailing.St. the St. Joint's river,must be commenced .
States the writer of this article "
-
first of ,
Marks Nov. 5th 1824. on the day January next, or
:
presented this subject to the con- sooner if practicable ; .and the second, : ,
1ajar J. De la Rua ...: .
ti Thorpas. Wrigbt\vho tr7 sideration of the public. He then that is from the St. John's 'river'to St, >* '* -/', I ,

d here !last'evening in the Tom considered it, as be does still, a C. Nicholas, Augustine, by the first day of March uext, TRUST received, for sale .tthepenctk. ; .,. .- S .' S :.

S' tIds, from St. Marks Geo. Walton, or sooner if practicable. But if eitherof fJI fct'Book Store, :I I-
informs measure highly expedient and adapted -
'Is that Jose JVoriega, the contracts shall be completed before A few. Ledgers,: : ;; .<; ;. ,;;,. ,*
the Legislative Council_ to the mutual advantage time such of the S.1Journ.Is ./ 0 : ,
Abijah Hull the stipulated part DB 9ks f. V
Th (
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t and convenience both of Alabama /
aMonday last. All the mem- Burr H. Duval, road as heads for will be received by roe : ... .,S ....
be and of the of the and for. .'
adjacent portion promptly paid ;:
s:' Were present except Doct. Territory of Florida. The position TAo. Wright. No advances can be made, but if it is Lett r&olts: and ,i; #!? S. : -

tnons, who declined accepting &aniuelFry. ,_ desired, certain payments will be made, ; .
and figure of this little of
, ''i Appointment. Governor Du- strip by me from. time to time, having specfal Childjen'aCopy ::Boots. ,. S .
land along the sea coast, :is very the work done and re. .
1 regard to actually Ml: uah.Hunt. .
"
;; ".IS a: St. Marks, attending to ill) adapted to form the Integralpart WU1PJW o maining to be done,according to the con- : -' -
V .
Oct.30t1h1824.'S >- ,-4 .
Indians c
: who were assembled of the State,4of Florida. Be- tract.Persons. : S
7'k
'
.ZrtInd were waiting for the sides East Florida alone is amply I O1iTO'ES&C. OL. proposing !ai ,part c<" theroadcomprisedin 5 Mail t .; .
;
,1 : sufficient to form a State of ,itself, .. 'f", 1', No. 2, are, requested. S .A.rratm'n\t S <:. ,: ,
OfIJICJtS
:: 11 l bY". one of the chiefs... superior in dimensions. the'state I I ,ENTERED.. ',. ,: Vt. to make two seUiiof: proposals, one for D UE on \ 3, .oI! '.
*. ls party. They the road independently or a bridge over Closeson.FridayMIP. .. ',:
arc expect The inhabitants of : : :
of Alabama. Nov. llth. Sch. Oscar Lord
C 'i :
.4 t be ,, st.. "Sebastian's riven and the ether to in* 'RoOOlfMif: ... .'. t fJ' '
lht removed about the 26th. West Florida are anxious/for/ this{ Bath Maine, Cargo: OO bushels chide.th bridge.: This" .Bridge: must.be .. -,. ": ll-, S : .- "..
*
Governor had sect his mes- an nex.ationj Sc memorialized Congress potatoes, 624: bushels. oath, 4000'ahiflgles" '18 feet rnr the clear and ,if the ,worm is S S -Post Waiter.' I -. _'",. -S > .;- *0':"

# : I e to 1 the ,on the subject during the 3000: bricks,. 4'91I feet known to destroy timber in ,uar." river f pnzacolaOct4it,14.- ,_ _.&.& *... -v : ":, '. r:..
i
Council from 'St'r" t- .1
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ab n. .., .. A- "V f"i .
\ stoncolumns--thc .q. > .
.
: -
<< ,.' business session' of 1821-22. The question pine boardj 15' bbls.' mackerel_ '1 to be built.on ..4' _- '.. .; ..' 1* ". -, ."
: his of the ,such as is procured ..II ; ,' .
I preventing stone _country iii> '- ... .- .'1 "
blnl then taken but at the time bbls. apples\and 6 baleshay to, he 1 .t. ,
C)) that was up, i near fit:Augustine* .It is .expected;that : ..:.. "..' '.
place .I. .
to deliver it; ,,, shwplnr ,
1tbself. 'itv.'as, considered premature, ;and Captain. i I. vet a plan the bridge will accompany. the 'i 1, .'A 5 '4'r' t.
1 4
I' ,1 'thus'posfcponed* though 'it, ws at Schr., Caravan, :Wyer, 1.8.,days proposal.; f ; C'u.* "" .. ,'I',,.,.. '., .'1< -'
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Sketches the.same"time. admitted that the from 'New-York: ,. C rgp.4, cask !The road is to be opened- sixteen ;4cet S.. ''''- : Slate; Mfein S .. .;..... S : 4 _-

,1'il! of- Wet Florid. No, meature might become, expedientat cheese_ 4 .casks crockery ,kegs wide throughout,and, all Umber, brush .t--BUI,) ....Ofi. *'diD&I.. ... .It'

be publistcd in-OUr next. !I aom' uureperd.' That p.eriI butter, 13: tibls. ",apples, 11I lls. wood and other rubbish'! ,to bo removed j,For ,,'e at thisOfti.' e'1


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I I I* .' r ', AN ORDINANCE;' : flt 8u.ns ib Y, \ -1! If HESH GO.QUS.
La Welcome.District %
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General Fayttte'I "
": PENSACOLA: :,I .. ,. '' "''.. To amend the ordinances to raise a:revenUe -I Hal received, per the last arrivals from THE SUBSj
'otColumbiaHb', wit : oftpensacela, passed ,_ ; Jfi :
irt the (ity Philadelphia andJfca'Orleansthcfollowing 'TTAVE "
l mf remembered ''Fhton the 28th and 4th June last received > .
) 29th December 1822 fresh tuffly-of GOODS.Groceries 1-;
Capt
BE of our ,1l1tcl cock rroni'fi
int"hc
August, year 1st. -I
schooner :CJ,11Ln.ndirect.from day I SlCTIOW .
,
, TUSTcetYP New-York addition to Lord, one thousand eight i hundred and Be it \ordained by.the Board of Jlldcr ryfbandsonie and extensvre a b..

1 of books, among which twenty-four, and of the .Independence of men of ffte-dig aforesaid, That for the ca(
supply ( I
? the former the United States of America, the forty- I year'and -annually hereafter.,

ire,RonAn's\\.eUb"Maut the following: ; : r"'J.lra'' t"rlBidingficl.l1's ninth, Joseph Watson of the said District:Clerk, there present shall I be levied and, collected on all f \ Barrels superfine Cincinnati flour, [ suited o." the -present aj, j

St. Medical Practice, 'tFankIifl'JOUrfeY batb'deprnnted in the office.of the of houses :and I lots the property of_persons W\U' 4 chertshyson skin tea, & 6 chests sQns, viz :- 5P41'se
) tothe Polar.Seas, of' the.Oist ict' Court for the District residing;vithin the corporate limits, a tax gun powder do,imported 5th April ; 15 packages ladies'and
book the i right I gt1\t1
of
Columbia, the title a of cents on each one hundred 1824. fine shoes, boots,' \b '
Baba's'1 Ath'cntI1Tc'S'aIdo's words twenty-five f
Haiii Heros, Pros by a. oet.Songster's whereof claims- author. in the dollars of the value thereof. 5 barrels loaf Sugar, dren's shoes, negro Bbo & '
:
Naval Museum,.Salem Witchcraft, foUowing, to wit : General LaYayette's SEC. 2d. Be itfurtlicr ,'Ordained, Thatonahl 100 boxes porter, ale and- cider I 3 cases saddleryfine and loW
M Freemen's Gratitude, or houses and lots, within this city or 12 barrels 13 packages domestics .
copperas bro
Anecdotes, United States
Coleman's
Welcome in the ;
l its jurisdiction, claimed or owned by any I bleached shirtings
Anecdotes, aplaids&c.
Sporting the Proceedingsof 1'm-
of
Egan's
being a compilation br not residing therein, -
Chesterfield, 2 T'ofe.Charlotte's Authorities person persons, Hardware \
Constituted
Gregory's fetters to Wirtcr, the People, and with his Visit with an there shall be levied and collected a tax I 2 bales flannels assorted,'

col ction of Anecdotes; connected accounts;of the:celebration of thirty-five cents on each one hundred / ,I 3 do \\ lute and blue plaint.
lIumomort'new
Le 83geS Devil on Two Sticks, Appendix of, containing the: 48th Anniversary of Independence dollars of the value thereot 1 ton American castings, I .3 do. 3,3$, 4 & 4-- ( 1anI
,Living Plays wu. Cities of the SEC. 3d. Be further Ordained, Thaton 1 do. English do. / 1 do. London tJutfie
age
La pcyro sets ) in'the principal /
all Physicians and persons 1 iron I 1 do.
sweJes
New Uobmsbn Crusoe. selection of toasts and pertinent Lawyers, QO Osnaburgs,
Phillip's,Speeches, ,.' t1er's Elements, ., Anecdotes/Union, or holding civil appointments under the general 3 bundles sheet do. 2 cases Irish linens in haIrpieces
Ta1es.oiMndb03d8a' or territorial governments, except 2 do. steel, ,. 14 bale fine Russia sheeting ,

j Scots Lady; of the Lake, ., -" But they that fight for freedom un notaries public andjustices of the peace, 20 kegs nails, assorted, 3d,4d, 6d, 8d, I 3'cases firewater's fettotsaojtri.

1% Walker's Three Spaniards, 2 twfc. dertake not being lawyers,"there shall lIe levied lOd, 12d, 20d. 3 do. wool hats, '?
1 Butler's Farmer's Manual, The noblest cause mankind can haveat and collected a tax of five dollars. 100 doz. knives and forks, I ,1 do.Leghorn }'lats and silk-

1 P Barbauld's Lessons with cokred plates, stake ; SEC. !14th. lIe it further Ordained, That 20 do. Pen and pocket knives, 14 packages assorted ranCJ.
Depiflg'sEwing's Inning's.Entertainments, Religion, virtue, truth, whate'er we there shall be levied and coliected on all 20 do. Padlocks, I goods, .Ibit

Ip Geographv, Gregory's Legacy, call dogs in! the city aforesaid, a tax of fifty 6 do.coffee mills, dowlers, linen 'ticking, couc' 'd .<-

l Locke's &, Bacon's Essays, "A blessing freedom is the pledge of cents, which tax shall be paid by- the 10 do. brass candlesticks, diapers, ladies cotton hose, Ieadslat inl
Y letters, Linnet, Song Book, all.'* owner br owners thereof. I 10 do, pocket books, black worsted: do., mixed- cut

i. I I" Hodgclon's Lif of Franklin l \Vashin ton's Life, Henceforth, let it not be said that" Jlepub-- SEC.; 5th. Be itfurther Ordained, That 1 do. patent saucepans, white and mixed: worsted ami L hila\;

,\'atson' Philip 2d and 3d, 2 'volt. lict ungrateful" the personal taxes mentioned in the 3d : 6 do, Carolina hoes, half hose, white jeans, dimitiesfl*g'h

f, IJawes Life of Newton, Putnam's Life, In conformity.to the act of the Congress and 4th.' paragraphs of the 3d section, also I: 1;box planes, buck-skin and beaver gloves, W 1)it

Bonaparte's Life, ". of the United States, entitled An act the tax on sword canes &c. mentioned' 5 dot, carpenter's hammers, coloured Kid and silk do.: printqu *
Astlry'B Cooper's Lectures, for the encouragement of learning, by se- : in the 5tli paragraph of the same section : 20 do. gimblets, Uties, black gwed.silk, 'Itafw\

l Ferrer's }Jellied Histories, curing the co'piie?, of Maps, Charts, and I of the Ordinance of the 4th of June last, 6 do. draw knives, rtrtt g, white sattin, white and.bIatt'le-

Murray's Materia Medica, Books, to the a': 'J1ors and proprietors of are hereby repealed.SEC. 3 boxes 1\0.10 cotton cards, ven'tme, coloured florence, white. II

Phillips on,:''lndJgestion, such copies, during the times therein .: 6th. Be further Ordained, That 20 bags shot, black l alJr.n crapes, white tiul e,"j,India
Ii: Haudelocq e's Midwifery, mentioned'and. also to the act, entitled .the taxes on staves, on saddle horses, gigs 20 kegs powder, sprigged mulls and leno,4-4 and. ,64\aL\

. Toller's Law of Executors, 'an act supplementary to an act, entitled, and four wheel carriages, shall be raised :, tationbook: 4-4aid,6-4 cambric ,9-8 j.;
.iJ Hlackstoners) Commentaries 4 DO&- an act, for the encouragement oT learning aM collected in conformity to the Ordinance Dry Goods [xxrnet, floss cotton, linen ihr...a I if the 29th of December IS22, all coloured linen cambric
Bishop Horne on the Psalms, by securing the copies of Maps, and ,camb; ani
;, 1.l:1rsbL1's Frien.l's! Family, &c. &.c. &c. Charts and books, to the authors and pro- subsequent provisions to the contrary i 1 trunk hue lawn handkerchiefs, chintz ahaii. ,

WHICH, prictors of such copies, during the times notwithstanding. : brogans broidered and ..Denmark crape.iW.
.tT together ,"v1tb the stock heretofore on therein mentioned,' and extending the SEC. 7th. And be it furtlxr Ordained, 5 packages 'dry goods, black ,silk vesting, sattihets, black 2
I extensive and That all and ;provision of the Ordinances -.I 10 re j# fopsc! p paper, bombazettes
hand a very general benefits thereof, to the aits of designing, \i every coloured bombaziolin
'1; assortment composes of hooks, and will be engraving, and etching historical and other -: of the 29th .,December, 182: and 10 dt>: /jf tcr do. and Norwich crapes,, linen d mast t't' t

the New-York prices for cash.-- prints." : 4th of June, 1824, which are not formally 4 boxeswool hats, ble cloths, .Madrass han k rchief's '

: sold Country at Merchants and public or private In testimony whereof ;''l have hereuntoset I i repealed or altered by this present ordinance ALSO-20 doz. .Lee's N. London Pills, and red strouds brown lInen. b, .trIO

T .....,,, firnshcd.. on the most liberal my hand, and B.ftixed the publicL. t shall receive their full and entire N. H. ALLEN. ALSO, -V.-..

.V; JUIkM terms ttl,i and- ", such- -- books as are ordered and s. seal of my office, the day and year a- execution. ._ June. 15th, 1&24._.. 9. casks Cutlery ami Hardware; ,

are not on''! hand, will be procured vith as foresaid. SamI. Patterson, --- --- 5 packages Liverpool & glass W, .
possible. 'Orders from a Ei. I. LEE. W.IIASELIL HUNT 1 cask sad-iron -
little tlclav as President pro. tern of the ,, ;
'. istlI1cevi11 be as promptly attended to, Clerk of the JJistrict Court Board oj ildermen draw deeds, bills of sale, 5 ,dozen fryinb 1ins,
h with the same liberality as a the JJistnct of Coktmbia WILL pow 3 casks weeding hoes
for ,
b -p :tml med Approved Aug. 17th, 1824. of attorney, bonds &c. in the
personal application. The extent of the work cannot be anticipated I'. ALBA, .1li '!w. most approved forms, and attend to 5 bundles wire and hair sieves,

iq: .. I I W-Hasell Hunt but it is presumable that it will other writing which may bc committed any to 10 boxes \Vhittemor 's COlton M'-;.',;
ij not be less than 200 octavo pages, nor Cantonment Brooke, } him, with and O. 10. .It
July ipth, ,2824. Jli1i8boi'01l3' fitly $ '". 1824. 5 promptness accun*:}, ar.,1 .
P1 more than 350. The engravings will not ej on reasonable terms;; his situation in 7 bundles sjiirdts,
q1 be less than five, nor exceed thirteen.- t WILL receive proposals \till the 1st of the .
NOTICE. I clerk's oflice renders an applicationto 3 tons hollowrdn. ware, ,
1 i j The price of the volume will be between December next, to furnish, with fresh him convenient for those who be .: '. Swedes"a/rd American'Irai
books, accounts and papers re 1 50 and 2 50 and beef the of the UnitedStates Arm may ,
EjTyilE) S persons, especi- troops about to execute any instrume.it ot wiiing 1 do. German steel, *
&*: lat'ng to thc estate,of Dr. James ( ail) the youth are solicited to extend ) that are or may be stationed at Can. winch is to be recorded. 80 pieces cotton bagging,
Uronauph deceased have been placed in their patronage to a work, intended to tonment Brooke, Uiilsborough Bay, from 500 coils bale _
4 -- -- ,
1 the hvncU ot William Havison Esq. who is hold up to 'iew, the reward that virtue the 1st of January 1825 'till the 31st of \O-POS.\LS 2J bagscofjse rope, .

L fully authorised to settle the said estate. and valor receive at the hands of freemen. December 1825 inclusive. ,. 2 cases London mustard,.

(: CO. Walton, t'hty will please to direct their subscriptions The beef will be required to be deli- pttblithing at the Mat of Governmentof 1 do: car 14tIe pepper, .
Administrator. to the subscriber, postage paid. vered to the troops on two days in each Florida, -5. casks'sweet Malaga W=int\-
I- 23d 1824 3 =-3w. : Printers friendly to the object, will, by week,'(the days to be signaled) in such Boxes qr. and demijohns oidM4 tt
'J'eusacoOctober : A Weekly News
: re-publishing this perform an act accept quantity as may be requisite for their rations -Paper, 10 boxes sperm canales, '
able to the public, and will receive the on each day. And I deem it necessary sweet'oil
TO BE ENTITLED THE 10 do. ,
thanks of the subscriber their to those who choose to :3
Hotel. by having apprize may
2
kegs patent'shot,
: Globe names inserted on the list of patrons of offer to contract tor this supply, that the Yioi'ida intelligence. IN STOX2
I the work, as will also those who may furnish beef will be required to be of the best :\ AND .L
: t11F undcr1gned respectfully infoims any poetical other important mat- which the market can afford, and particular : '"SN"soliciting the patronage of a gene- Cogniac brandy, peach brndy,gil1,7*
jL '
1 A his frIends and the pttbtic, that he. ter for the publication.JOSEPH. attention must-be had to the butch-' rou public in the laudable design of riffed dry Malaga wine: pepper, !
L' 11:1S made extchs'e improvements in that! WATSON. ering thereof. Approved bonds A'ill be drtusinjy local and general intelligence a- i-.no.wtuskty; young hyson, hysonamlTgunpcivvder
commodious and well known establishment : Washington City, Sept. 1. required for the fulfilment of the contract. mOHJ; the citizens of this young and ti rarishmg : tea, fine table ,salt i|'
,, thb Persons wishing to contract will please Territory; the Editors feel that I smaJl boxes for families, wrapping-pipe
. By Peter4ibaJIa1ioroftIa City of Pen. make their proposals in writing, scaled diffidence and embarrassmentvhuh al &c.&c. for.aale by
Globe Hotel, ia cola, and directe'd to me at Cantonment: was attend the commencement of every a Stone' & Nisbei t*

and that U is now open foraair PROCLAMATION. Brooke, HillsboroughBay, T. J.'. stating enterprise, the termination of which is involved Sept. 17th, 1821., .' -
1 _I the reception of travellers Daniel E. Hurch: As"istantI i the rate per pound for which they Will in the uncertainties of futurity.Yet .-' '#
.
.
L und =nhcrs..for:; -c the accommodation of WHEREAS MasterU. S. Army, in pur. I:I furnish; and they shall be infoimcd of the feeling solicitous to be useful to tneconi.'nunHy Custom 1iocye}iw.coiI'

: vhcmno pains wl1be spared. His lar- suance of the instructions,of the War Department I acceptance of their proposals, either by they avail themselves of the July 16th, l < '

: I clerii: constantly supplied with 'every delicacy has this day made over, to the letter from, or on personal application prcscutayspicious period, in the infancy 'NOTICJe.,, ,
h.t the season affordsLarge Sta- Civil Authority of this ((corporation me on the ls>t December, the day abovementioned of a new and growing country, to solicit To Masters of Vessels rozt"- '
to the establishment three buildings kno wn asHhe kitchens of ,. the patronage and support of the citizens
: The lies urc Uar attached is constantly supplied with the the block-houses, two of which are situated John Page of tne interior, to a Jsews-Paper, the importance iS Tartar.Point.. .
: A Hestoratettr and Table IfJhfc in Government Mreet, and the thirdon and utility of which, properly J I- HE. Collector has fixed a lamp itu .
hcstliquors.is attached to the establishment, Sevilla Square ; therefore this is to in- ..hs't Cem'y Sub't U. ti. Army conducted, no one will be disposed to corner ()the Custom-Kouse!5J4 '

.4 '. where, gentlemen can be furnished withOUrs form the Citizens of Pensacola, that said NOTE-There being no direct mail to question. will be lighted every evening fur th .t .

,., !' fleeBtCahSl1ttQ1' Chops, and buildings are, from this date the public Cantonment Brooke, persons making pro- The resources of this delightful sectionof nefit of those. who arrive :Uter. darfy!
;' Collations, ut all hour MI the
" ,.. ing. lie has furnished himself with) the materials: of the same being intended for Pensacola ?oi Office. ot Mexico, anu to a fine back country of anchorage. The Light bears I fronvtSc:

;' i:1 first rate cooks,und sincerely hopes (from.I the i in prove me nt of this City, as the 28-7w. Georgia, as also its central situation, in. Point, N. N. E. distant about miIti !

" :"., the great exert, ions that have been iiauc I Hoard of Aldermen may direct, it is forbidden spire the pleasing expcctation, that it will The'depth 0w3teViii: vary ;-fro7tO: '
it: to'pitase,) haL the public_ will c\tcnd tu to any individual to destroy _said To i oituul\tiute S.FTTViE become a place of considerable impor- fathoms. _Good anchorage'i.1be- t.

a". ... t...III'....!!." ..iitistnied__n___'_.__ atronage.r. buildings or to carry away any part ol the Merchants of Pensacola, wishingto tance, as well as the centr of*refinement in a direct line from the light ip }
> Seth Slodder. materials thereof ur.der pain of being xTne ; to encourage the trade in Wagons and science in Florida. iathoma. 19-tf -. -

: Mobile, Oct.' 19, 182- 5-tt. prosecuted Police according ofh'ccrsare law directed to their place, as also to obtain Cotton of The FLORIDA INTELLIGENCER: : is design J. SHINN'S PANACEA.
jt particularly the best quality, and being aware that ed to be a vehicle of local and
; to attend to the strict execution of small planters, who can bring but a formation general in subscriber.having discovered tk
Ornamental rJL'revs many and accessible
Jfniit and to all THE "
11 this:: proclamation.:: small quantity to market at a time, deserve who be desirous of persons, I of fhcaim's (t iT#*

$c. I Given under my hand and encouragement, for the pains they take of a public may nature, or of discussing topics I Panacea has now a supply'cr.'\bards*

_I t i iof the seal of this Mayoralty, at with their crops, have resolved to scientific researches: and communicating: sale He has reduced the price froo $
\W a rPmU J@ 9 Pensacola this the 25th day divide theamount subscribed, two hun- But all personal] and invidious literary essa)" 50 to 2 50, or by the dozen $>24., .'

_ -oIluIrott: the Linncran Botanic October 1824. dred dollars,into two premiums mentioned every diversity ot'attack. on dsputation; All charitable: institutions in :the,'

ii Garden, near New-York, otters to the P. ALBA. below, for the best two loads deli- racier shjJl be private cha- ted States and'the poor will ,be .SJJ .-
-t public his usual very extensive collection By the 1bvorN. vered, on or before the first day of Janu- suppressed.This gratis. t
I crN Of Fruit and Ornamental S. i'armantier, ary paper is not to be devoted to any Ifthe citizens of the.principal tlbes*5

, : ., >.2 Trees: : Flowering Shrubs! and I' -_ Sec'ry of the Hoard of Aldermen next.FIRST PREMIUM.For man or to subserve the purposes of a faction towns will appoint an agent, to order 11 i

I 1.9- Plants Bulbous Flower roots 'I By: the 1'retident of the United States. the best Wagon load of Cotton in to laud one or depreciate another.-,I dstribute this medicine to-the :pOOl *

, : and near one thousand speciesof I iN pursuance of law, JAMES MONROE square bales, say not less than six bales, :The.feelings' .f of every- individual. ,-from the will be supplied; ., A.
: Green House: Plants-amung ich are :i President of the Umte<<
f tbe Olive, the Cinnamon, the Coffee, the hereby proclaim and make known, thata bound with six ropes or,more, a SILVER inviolate and secure. And the Press, cure of the following disc.asessCroMa
, t ( reen and Uohea Tea} the Black Pepper, j public sale will be held at the town of VESSEL with a suitable inscription, of while under our control, shall never be or King's evil, ulcerated or put1id

h;r4 &c. &c. Catalogues of which may be i I Jackson, the scat of government of the the value of one hundred'and fifty dollars, degraded to the sacrilegious purpose of throatong] standing rheumatic

11 seen by calling on the Editor of this p\-I j I state of Mississippi, on :the first Monday or-that sum :n money, at the option,of the invading moral and religious sentiments, cutaneous diseases white s 11i11f'P
t ::1 per, agent for the Proprietor, who'JI! '. in December next, for the disposal of the successful candidate. or converted to an engine domestic discord diseases of the bones and all .C3S s Prally
I forward promptly any order left with Land situate in the following described SECOND PREMIUM. and internal dissention. Its politickswill of an ulcerous chaxacteV, .*k'nic

. : : him. Oct. 24-. 33-tf. townships and fractional townships in the "or the best small load of Cotton in recriminations be Republican of, while the asperitiesand diseases, generally arising iflG.,..
:11 ra-- district otlands ceded to the United !States: parties, as. far as possible ted constitutions, but more
or round bales not less than '
r1iiiP square say will be avoided.
b the Choctaw Indians arising
I. ic ,,'( > viz: three bales, to weigh 300 Jbs. each or from syphilis, or affection
East oftfa Meridian line oj the Diytrictof up- The press, tvpe and paper, will be from ulcers in the larynx, DOd''tnd .
f, Subscribers, agents tor the pro- nards, A SILVER CUP, of the value of I&.f a
TilE be Pea I Jtiver. fifty dollars, with suitable immediately convened to Tallahassee, that dreadful disease o ,
will a
: constantly supplied inscription, &C
Fractional (where of the firm 1ercur1
townships one
now resides,) and and excessive use of I
i long
that in
which/fias
tE with this powder been hIghly :\01.14,15, 16, & If, of No. 4. or sum money preferred. the publication of the of the li cr!
range paper commenced, It is aiso useful in diseases
it and The have "
been
all who ustnl is following '
Approved by ave 14 15 persons appointed -
16, &, 17, 5. as soon asa sufficient number of subscri CERTIFICATES. 4ta
recommended to. a committee to examine the .
4 I confidently purchasers; West of the JlL'rididn Line oj the ClloctawDisJtlit cotton bers arc obtained; ;which it is hoped and I have within the last twp yearJ lan
it is warranted equ&l, if not superior, of and award the premiums is ex ,
; t.- expected will be in the c
month of several
Nov'r.The .
any made n the United States'and far pected tliatatisfactory assurance will be opportunity! seeing ha'wg ie-
ubovc London Tower Proof. For sale TownshipsNo given by every individual offering for either FLonIDj\IxTwozNcEa wrjl be very inveterate ulcers, which, .
it I r, 8, 9, 10, & 12, of No. 17,8,9nd1O 'rn
.
I range published on a large sheet Five the regiiwT
by. \" < that the lot of cotton produced is royal at s isted previously )ir2
.. i A. STONE & F. H. NISBET r 2 the growth of his own plantation. Dollars per annum, payable in advance. tr eatment, were healed by Jhe use '
7, 8, and 9 3 belidyt,
-tl'Ttf: : that this rule be and do j jwhat
,
necessary invariably Swaim's ; 'II
F. H. panacea
received Nisbet.
: .100 kegs just East of tlu Meridian Line of the Choctaw 'vill
P
, : complied with and it is hoped, that all 1 have seen, that it I.
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r ,...,'. r. :: .T: Diitrict, _N. H. ,Allen, who sign, will consider importance. important remedy in s rorulu ,vc- '

.; ,' I Sfotice. TownshipsNo. ., Jas. B. Advertisements be inserted mercurial diseases .
', I 4 7,8,9,10,11, 12, of.range No 1 Selby, ,dollar'< atone N. ClIAPM"!f: ,
>>, The lands reserved by.Ja.w. .for the use J os. C. Keyset fur the first publication of every and p'r dd.;

l,i : f I.LL"pers, i} having accounts open of.schools or for other pin-pokes, will be twelve lines' 'or. under each subsequent Professor ofthInst2ttaeSPliU8ic
F. insertion University ofPC1i12t57j
bSe with subscribers desired the Pasquier. fifty cents. in the
; ". are to'I excluded from sales, which will commence the pana'
; i come forxardaid.. close the same without i witli tlie'lowest number of sections ,e saco1a,9th August.. 1824.-23-tf. Editors are requested to insert this J have employed jt
instances ....
. '- ,deby 'Fusqhavin claims against the townships,. and ,!rung.and will proceedin f Prospectus in their respective papers,and SwamI in numerousr have alwa7'T:: ;I f

;i : ., firm, will please present them for paymcnt. regular numerical order. !. j TIlE SUBSCRIBER. to assist' us in obtauung'patronage. Our last three year',- J1l tl' ,
I ". '!w il ; ': .Given under my: hand,at the City of ,S1SA.Received by recent arrival the friends generally, will confer a favor by, extremely eflicacious, spec diseJSt'' 'i

l, .? ,...e'baTc.on hand a considerable assort- Washington, this fifteenth day of July u following goods, in- addition to. his i for warding.the names subscribers without dary syphilis and meIiriaJ: jtL ,
; mqntof' '" '- A, D. 1824, former stock, which he will sell low for. delay. no hesitation in pronouncin
'.,
i I Goods JAMES MONROE. cash.vu Gordon Crane '& Co.. of inestimable. value.. GIBSO 'r'n--if
4 "Dry I {
the President .
By
: bbls.
t 100 Whiskey. Pensacola,13th'October 1824. :
I P ofti'QrofSqgeJlIj1l'Ae
: 6 roceries GEO. GltAUAM .;, '
=
.i ... 'I ,
.I Hardware Commissioner, of ,the, Gen. !Land Office'. ;I 100 do. Ohio ,Flour, .f \ :, .-(:; '
jCutlery V
JOHN5Hlwr.
j .. : TO.&fiNT.. : J
) 'i' Queen8, Glass Stone & N O_.l ICE;: 'I 50 pieces Scoteh/Bagging.'. -_ .Philadelphia, Feb.1.1T,1S2'2: 1.N
UIHAT and desirable OOt.S.E'and .
N. :HAllen. pleasant we Smith 3d'1* '
t B_ For at
1 absence from Pensacola !
t TintfaVo ', \ DURING ray '4f. LOT, owned by 'Co). John H.FenwicL Tmrd and )llfkrt5 t1ICf
: : E: comer of
H. HUNT 1 is and '
: ,my agent .
: ,PIilN'IN&Executed ,. to. ,
.. : rbfa ieW5PP
\vbicH' will be sold'vcrv7o: f'orcaaA'only. attorney in fact r ,: # kobt. :Each publish
,
: 1 -:- with'neatness and .Mitchell, nited States, wreque-sled Jjffgadvertisement i!
only.Jas.'B.Seiby&Co. ; -jdhn'JMilleiv -
; ,. I .' rnPI'th- .
once
, ji ,25th Se|>t. 1824... 29. .. August 7th:-22---tf. I despatch: this Office. ,' Oct., 9th.IlgentJor.> 1821-J..R.31-(Feiraickerisacoa f. l and send th accounts s for.ll'pn ....1cr .
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