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Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: November 20, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Avii. PflOl'RJEf'JRPrt quality or quantity:- air afraid it had to clean: it but very early, she ter."-Brighton Gaz.. _
srtor I from Captain Cochraire's inter- would be quite IhcVedible'; in fact, thought ,it not worth while to go* .J
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rtkt'',tio+= Five lollArsaAtU'ertisemcnta yr.r in ad- :'rsling, Narrative of a Ptdestrian.Journey there noihingih way to lay THESABBATH.
'd orl meat from whatever animal down and the sofa.". J
inserted .t Ore:i: through Russia and Siberian steep on '
}I rfrr every twelve )lines or under fort '. T.arlarv. we make tnc following however, putrid or unwholesome, She did so, and put but the- candle How lovely is the Sabbath ,
\ 1< iiiM'rtfott--each subsequent 0 Inscr- : extracts : but theO will devour with impuni When half asleep, she.. was awakened how rich are the hours of thi* hal
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io" 'lft'* fcr1t; +t. u\Ve hulled for ihe night at the ty, and the quantity only varies by a noise at the door, lowed'.daY[ the, .hum of .indu3tr Y I
Si''[(fte paj>crst Tiveand t a fcalf cents. from what what and breaks not in upon ,its peaceful ,
foot of a mmtniutnous peuk. sheltered ) I they h3to they she was just going to start up
'l\ l L\J'J... fi om the cold n':rth! wind ; tan get. I have repeatedly seen a and ring the bell, thinking it was moments, forman ceases from his t;
; f labour to enjoy retirement and :
>rllil Yakut: devour for thieves when it .
or a Tongouse
0 and as tiiis wus he first night I ., slowly opened, The
; llSIP-{)-1 1f f1..1- f'.1I'R7"-rn.- -. which I was to pass in the upon I, ty pounds of meat in a day. The and in walked the old steward.He .- from rest the Christian, abstracted ;

im Fritt.lltalt:8' Gattlr- air, 1 5 j'i; :! uesrrihe!! the manner of J'effect i is very observableipon looked cautiously round and labyrinths of business .
t't'c this morning ;publish an ac- 'it, in order} that it may he ]:n"nn, then, for from thin and meagre hesitated ; but, seeing! no object, and v/ordly bustle and contention, t
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coot of the rtfc'e piiun of the Na i how far (contrary !o my tUua-! looking menthe will become perfectly w -nt to the escrutoire, where hi? en, s amid these hcly%hours an J

'io:1rS (iuest at iil'ashin' ton : it is l! lions) OM siiuation was husjeplible ( t p t-LcHied. Their stomachs lord had locked his rents up-af- unspeakable 'felicity, ,he awakes in
nrrh the rt"c1ol1gs of America. t\'t"ll.: crdkH't.. i knusl l Iv differently ,.formed to ter opening the lock, took out the morning with !new views and I

J tlsa.y omc. is, not the Generi "tth' t 1)tJLiu:; on rr.y arnvuUwa : nUJor; it would he impossible. for' what he. pleased-;..and then reIock- feelings, he looks ,'abroad and sees

f.1ti[:e(1! i-is lie: not weary of so ? -o 'jiiKiacI t1w 'i,Ms I's. looser. them: to drink oil' at a draught, as ing the drawer, was, going out, nature smiling in undisturbed repose f

}i ceremony ?doubtless Uhe I their satles: or j*.;.dj, tae the! h! : i- I I tliey readily do, their tea and sou PScdl(11ng when""':the reflection of the candle he sees God around him, he
n1Uj is sensible
,ot\lc) e,1.licl1'01' hint to go die ont o.f i iti,' no'iti s, &r..1 tie ;: ; hoi (so hot, at least, thAt upon the servant's clothes caught of his omni-presence, ,
.Jr u, !h the country thout thisfish I them to a tree in sula alH'l"r ; an European would have difficultyin his eye He started ; but-she he beholds him in the gently rustling ; I

!>i.ion of feelin {. Hut Gene that tMeyr.')uid I not cut TS Vhkuii even Dipping at i',) without the might be asleep, a lchis trans- leaf, in the radient beams

111 ,a Fayettc is nol only a pttri- J ih: H with 'heir av.es ;'t':".:<,'deti i j least, iuc'ouv'hience.' I have seen gressions not witnessed.' which usher with such effulgent c ( I
soldier but he is also a these gluttons consume reindeer To be assured of this he beauty from the horizon ; and a
0: d id a -to foil tintlH> viul": ;nnl, the j a wentto while he .
a, of good sense: one who has Cossack l wi: h our !lopatkus; or at one meal ; nor are they the sofa, and flashed the candle -Look
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s's' rved men and manners, and he woodn: jfpj'lea; cleared :1 \\ dY the nice as to the: choice of parts; nothing ;. back and forwards before her his affections nature become up Natures(enkindled God.( 4

tttclti\ 3 the course that popular snow, which' -', as j-.'ejeialJy! a couple bring lost, not even the con- eyes. The girl lay still.-lie put and those emotions excited r
take obtain full i x- tens of the bowels, which with j his hand into his drew .are I
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re.l rungs ty of feet (it. l'po \Yo: rhen: spread pocket outa which qualify him ,for the devor 1! 1
sion. We: do not believe thai the aid of fat and blood : knife end it, He
pre brunches of tiiti pine trees, to fortify ,"are converted clasp opened lions, the duties and: the enjoyments 1
4)e ooked for such a burst of joy us f'flI Ihr damp ..r rold ) into black puddings. I flashed it before her e.es.-The of this consecrated -
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ca '.is i landing upon our shores, or earth beneath us ; a good fire was h iorun instance in confirmation girl lay still.-He then put it to goes to the with day that, ho- II
sanctuary
could have calculated upon the' now). on iuad dud each bringing of this, no doubt, extraordinary : her throat-tirew it across and a- ly fervour, and pious zeal, which ,
eat' aitd continuance of statement, I shall refer to the : cross it-till site could feel the
Tit rapture a :leather: ba.i'rrm. th*% baggage; should characterize a soldier of ,
which greets him-not that he furnisnt'ti:: himseif, with a seal. \V(' voyages; of t-Russian admiral, edge almost cut her. She: was now Christ, and his

could be unconscious thai h? had I thru put the kcttli on the fire, midI I Sal'i tdHfi.; No sooner," he says, aware that silence could alone sole his cause prove; he takes attachment.his seat and Ito

;lit\. oar slats mucn service; but 5O'.n forgot the bufferings of tic! "lid i-iey stopped to rest or spendthe I her life.; for., did she move, he offers his secret ejaculation he J

bccjausc( true worth is ever ready I, (day. Yet the weather was S:) cold night, than they had their kettle :. would of course murder her. She realizes that the lord is in his holy; I I
to (undervalue its oun services, thai we were almost obliged to on ine fire, which they n \er. had presence of mind to be still as temple; lit joins in the
tint( while anxious reward 'I left until their death. Satisfied after this terrible prayer ,
to to the creep into the fire ; and as i wasmucn they pursued journey and praises which are borne to )
uln'iost'' extent the kindness of .0- i worse on' than thc rest of the I i, hpcnding 1 the intervals for trial thai she must be fast asleep, heaven on devotion's breath, with

thcrs, appears to forget the merits I p ai.t for warm clothing, I had recourse I J rest i.. eating and, in-coiisequence he closed the knife, and walked emotions, corresponding to those
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elf its own great doings. In an e- to every stratagem J could of no-strip, were drowsy all next out of the room. important services; he listens to i
,ni'wnt is this latter scnti- I The admiral also The fri waited till she
dcgrcc devise to keep my blood in circulation lay. says, zhted girl the instructions which are founded -
f'V,j-i exemplified in the conduct It was bati'Iy possible: to I.t- That such extraordinaiy voracity heard his footsteps die away, and upon, and drawn from the- sacred _
of he (;eI1el'al.Vhcrc'C'r he has keep one side of the body from was lie ver attended with any ill then she rushed u'p 1 to the chamber scriptures with understanding -

J .H i (railed upon to witness thesrsalon frreiit'vtile: ? the other tiiiglu be cH cts. ahh ugh they made aprac- of her Lord, and awakening him, and with profit, he returns to t

: of the people's gralihe :- said :t) be roasting1. Upon the t:ClO of devouring, au one meal, she detailed! the whole of the scene, his habitation, and finds himself

tuih has invariably associated- 'f\'!wlti 5> t'p1 tuierab'.y well, wh'.t would have killed) any other begging his Lordship to satisfy advancing in the holy and divine I
01' t:1C: illustrious: he- I' The laborers" the admit himself of the truth. She had
OH'.r ort. Ihougn: I was vb ;ed :o get up I person. : no life, he carries the instructions of
to S vho shared wiih; ,him the peril I five or six times during. the night i 'I ,'al sat s, h had an :a11o\\ ante of sooner told ? her story than she this holy day' with his pious feel- I
0:0 Revolution witn himself bo four pouds, or one hundred and fainted. Lord C. hardly\ creditedher
take a walk or run for the benefit ', ing, through the week. which contribute ,
k 'o'{ l'h'f.i the public honors as of my feet. While thus employed : fort-four English pounds of fat, '; but he arose, leaving LadyC. a salutary influence amid ,

1 Cla0 representative ofthatfesraI .i I !, .1 u'iscovezed that the Ya- i'I j and seventy-iwo pounds of rye to take care 'of the girl.; and, the din of business, by imposing a Li
id:3 and faultless host.Mi i II kuti nati drawn the: fire from our :1| Hour, yet in a; fortnight they com- I after raising:: up his valet and other powerful restraint on the '
propenr
}>.It H not Jiiis continue:! pomp \1 side to m1n :rs. irick-which; I cie- 'j! pluluofi.oQ .yjng thi4gIn eat.Noi servants, proceeded to search sitics of his naiuir, -and in exciting -
ri"Sive. ? \Ve ; credrfB r the fact tier i:t- \\S' for'rne 'srewar .
a r'> answer 1/0- :I I u-rmtjied :o counteract the next > him (o..the discharge of- -
11 m:, :an 1. are cnnrfsi ir ni A'r 4. 1 should: : !hi1 observe, thai 1. sai! that one of them was accus- His apartments being in a different incumbent duty. It is thus every the
only! %.VK'I we leel hat the} I I.it is the r U SlOW of the Yakuli toI I j I lott.ed to consume at home, in the wing of the house, they chrisliat: spends his Sabbaths- '

at r' not m' itMt Jo express real fC'l-1 I[ get tu :Jccwaia: cf :h<' fire and l then! !I space of a day, of 24 hours, the looked all about, and then cautiously which are like In ie-stones l'e-, i.

b ;-when :indeed they are xi5b-i. I II ;; U IHh.) ..iiSinjr: t'teroselves, pul the I I hind quarter of'a large ox tW :tit Y .I made their way to his room. minding him that he is constantly ; r
ii I .1 10 ,:0'; M* a want of ft ('ollJbo-1|! whole: of their cisihcs! as ii shelter j, pounds of fat, and a proportionate One of th ewindow men climbed up to the drawing nearer his journey's end, )
and IT ,i 'uHi: of melted butter for his and ..saw the old ,
uiil \/innft ceremony ( i;i; f'!O M Jr side of their botiitwhile I qu J man tie heaven of glorious rest.
(rjur expression: of public i joy dtrs ': the other side u-cc-ives a thorough !i i drink. The' appearance of the ''counting :iponey. .-' ,He descended_ EDITOR. :.
rvcs tht-se names) that attend :|!r rcNstitg from exposure to the tire ; +I I II I man not justifying the assertion, and told this ; artd then they rushed .-" S

I: e progress of La Fayette, are I. this plan also 1 gives i tae! ,;; :.;e he:.e- i the admiral had a mind to try his into the rooms and before the rants 10 Men of Business. >: I

n c:('sari lo iii: comfort, and to ifit I i oi the v/anntii of ihe.ir own hot gormandizing l)owt'rsand for that villain could hide his prizes they Superintend in person as much

ca, r own convenience. The. vast ,;'; tines. 'r1e; 1 H'rnomr c:' du'in'the : purpose he had a thick porridgeof had him a prisoner. His Lordship of your business as practicable'and : ,
t bt of gratitude which we owe :; lay I had ranged! from 203 to I rice boiled, down with 3 [poundsof :'identified the bank notes observe with a watchful eye

1 l" good man, must be ackriowL'r i 25, according to the eluvalioa ofI butter, weighing together 28 found upon him, and he was, after the management of what is necessarily

.f rl 'd, .although it can never IJl't I I '.!H' sur. I pounds, and although the gldllon a severe examination, sent toprison. ; committed to the: agenc of

repaid! ; and the feelings of itx'':j, rite fjllowin! {by, at thirty :, had already breakfasted, yet did others. .

"iHCins of people would!, without j!j''I nii.es; we a ;Jiii hito.ia! the .....0\V, he, sit down tb il with; great eagerand Afraid of being executed, and Never lose sight of the powerful _
.me method in their expression, j jrd 1 I|i xv 'hen I made" H hot',t'-snoe fife, ', JJess, consumed the whole dreading face his injured Lord influence of example, and be t
1, tr become bUIthcJJsonw.I I piv without flom the who careful in the of
and various
j jin stirring spot : olherxgrnllemen management your
: 'hcii: found(: had the ef.Vct 1 c!<'- |
lJ the vim of La Fayette hs'I !t :-irei: of keeping: o, me l and, except his stomach, :betrayed had placed confidence in him, he concerns to recommend, by your
: every part
.en, and will continue to hluf j I ;itiikc ,\ atOm, and 1 actually slept I more than, an- orc1.rarrJtil- put an end to his life by cuttinghis own per onal Practice, uniform ,
incalculable advantage lo oarjan 1 I Wfll without anti other covering neas, he beti aced no sign of molestation ovn throat ; nut before he left habits of active, interested and w
c try ; those latent feelings of1 i! than clothes* thrown i or injury' but would have a letter detailing the sums he had persevering diligence to those in
my over me, :
_.l, n' and pride of country, whim : wliereub br'fore I had oi.ly the consolation 1 j I I. been ready to renew his,. gluttony purloined, and where his master your employ ;
It y laying I lns conccalea might! of knowing that if was ;, the following day." So much for could find them. Justice being Be prompt I and expicit in yoiifinstructions '

ave been in (Luger of being lost in a fr'f'o'zmg suie with: one halt:* of the admiral, on the truth of whose frustrated b) his not being made to your agents, and

1 s-)me, arc,' aroused in all thtirwarmth my [body, the other \vas meanwhile account 1 place perfect reliance..u an example of his Lordship was let it be understood by them that

Ii al'itest ; old age has :,l- : roasting to make ameius." i i ,' not sorry to be'spared accusing his you expect they will. execute the
! io.st rt'ttewe4l l its youth, I-seeing From a London Paper.Prcsenc' old and hitherto supposed faithful same in strict conformity, there.to.
he memory ''of its deeds revived; I 'cf, Mind.-After receiving servant, and'the- whole was hushedup Let no common amusements

il the veterans of seventy-six) SAVAGE GLUTTONY. his tents, Lord C. was in as much as possible. interfere oV mingle witfc your business -
f-r: in the new honors which: they Extract from the same Work. the habit of retiring with his \Ve return to the poor g rl.- .;:- ; make them eiitirely distinct -

:1" receiving, that rhe close of "At Tabalak I had a pretty ijood friends to his study ; and there, After a great cfeal of care, she recovered employments. ,
nelr i protracted day is blest with specimen of the appetite of a child, I j after settling his accounts, of depositing so as again to repeat before Despatch at once, if possible .
1 l' sunshine; 'f-'fof! a nation's graii whose aye (as I under food from I Ii : Hit; money in his strong the steward her evidence ; whatever you take in hand ; if in*

\&dt' : i the steersman, who spoke some bwx till the next day when thc but when she came to that part terrupled by unavoidable interference

_DifT-jsinj* then S'ch individualppiness English and less French) did notexceed ,. steward was sent with it to the where she felt the knife touch her resume and finish it as soon

'- acid producirjj such: a five years. 1 had observed bank. This man had lived with throat, the horror of the circumstance as the obstruction is' removed. .

finable: public! good, would such the child crawling on the floor, this Lord's father and was so beloved threw her into convulsions, Be aware of, self-indulgence ; nc r

i man! as I ii Fayette: who has ever and scraping up with its thumb by the family, that they and she went mad. business can possibly thrive under .

I.t=t ready Ito sacrifice riches, the lalloxv grease which fell from alighted placed implicit..confidence in his -.... the shade of its influence fi "', .
ffUrort, and' even life, for the candle, auil inquired: in integrity and worth. For some The Countryman and the Beadle Do not assume to yourself more .
cc! of others: could he regret the.t! surpr'.ze: whether it 1 proceededfrom time his Lordship had, upon inspecting -A short time since one of the credit for: what yo'u do,. than 'you

r1ti,.(Hoc; of his present progress ? j hup.ge.r or liking of the fat. the; Banker's boo; and beadles of this town took a quantity are entitled. to, rather be content
:\+.!Hhat! we can; co to him or for 1 was told from neither, but simply upon reference to his private account of butter away from a countryman kith a little less ; the public mind _

lti! for rood'' ;', he has dearly earn- t; ; from the habit in both Yakuti found that the sum they because it,.was deficient inweight will always discover where merit .
td ; and :the) -hu1 I ,liett.itut1e expression} of; and Tongousi of eating whenever credited him was always short of 'and meeting him It few is due; $ '

; is also due to our own | there is food, and never permitting that he sent. This being conti- days after in a public; house, saysto Familiarize yourself with .your

Oration for, our enthusiastic I '' any thing that can be eaten to nued, led to.severe investigations ; him, You: 're the man I took books, keep them accurately and ..
Jlkchmcnt to, the prinriples he ) be l losi. I gave the child u candle (but no result that came out satin; 20 pounds of butler from." "No frequently investigate and adjust

i8 so perseverinjly supported j made of the most impure tallowa fled him how the deficiency could I b(,d'nt" replied Hodge "I'm their contents This is an jfmpor- ..., .

M ,- seconti--aud third,-ztnd. all maPPen. 'Some of, the servants sure you are," saY.g the beadlei' : tans item. ", I 4 J- t

.. fne debtor inyprisoned in tlft!...1 were devoured with avidity. The came under his displeasure, and I .1 tell yoii-I bea'ntrejoined the Cultivate domestic habits, for
u I r or addressed a l steersman then gavcjhim Several; ,they were various .periods dis- countryman, and if thee n ,Jbt this your famiiy, if you have one/

fta c\ ,: Nt'w-iol'k General l La Flltt. P'I- pounds of sour frozen ,.h utter ; th'}s' i,missed. 1'1I.lay a guinea ol 't." .-" IJone"t: has a strong and undeniable ciaimr. !
stiifcza> is as fol- ''also lift immediately consumed ; On ,one pariicqlar .rcpt a atr he .replied the, eadre, and the money besidesyour cfi{stomerawill. aU
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,: ;':sy, a large peice of yellow soap, placed the i' money. in.' a different .teas *quicklj posted Now," waY's be bitter pleased. when they -

y friend of Liberty i once more -allVcnt the same road ; bnt as 1, room, still.having for his confidant :said :;the.countrymanJ "tho* didst 5n'd your are'at. home or, at the
bid tllcc,Velcomc to'our shore ; was now convinced, that the child i the old steward, who, of 'coarse; take.away 20 lumps of butter from I place of your business. .
Au Jf'feIdd I ve hut our freedom fain, would continue to gorge as longas joined \Vith' his lord. in a-egrcttiiig. me, but if there'had been twenty Never let hurry: or confusioi! a

tw would follow in thy train, it could receive any thing, I, his late Josses., On the, 'same pounds, you'd have\ .had n'righ't to- I distract.your mind or. dispo'ssessyou '

11'Ua' lout as bud u any FWTTS yet, !" !. begged my companion to desist! night, the :;house maid"we 1, to' this' ,t'ake.them.and this.' ,' continued! he, .: of self-command'/, -;: '. ,'
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friend in this) : country( :-If you ;j;;: sea illas good .order,as whenlajKenfroin and'persons fur that. purpose. "
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wes'here would! be muchpleased I I *'the fish boats 'in New-Yprk,l a Court Worcester: t
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discovery
Udine! the, cipiial a of Fruili., a smallprovince 1 l change 1 varieties of.our inlandsews 'h l eritigTa promissory note' from 01)) 1"1 'a ""' :I

, belonging: to this 'and rivets, to.saV' Bbihirfg; ,..r-w}..jurtccn,;sentenced 16 'so- ancc.o t rac, t\t hits old vole( : vas rrlmt.. 1 pre

the 'gl'eat' saplc'artii s: o4 t3 t, lary' tnihrisonment ten nays, and ran iroop&.Vhis'town has rec'c'ired I vies fr lic. A poor man, l"ins- ; enlsyeCO
reUb-1[ < "* : in the Stated the salisfylK intelligence with I inr,
frightful tortures of the gypsum, Hour, Etc. whith'il\ ,: &or years, to duality b
intoXhcAvhpte'Vvitli lI9:'- 1'1'' ... :;/.. inexpressible feelings of -delight 'e" .
.. l,ia, was/cured by some ,; ring ,". ,,-. ,
' cf given him by mistake*, incredible 'pNtfot; I.:, t 1tvC.been! exported from All are: .enlivened by the 'pure. .,cdcntll.-\Ve 1 "
,
instead vinegar of another potion. A physician .., '. Wlka; Gaze ij #e. : 1 ,-qn a '..ti1 r. JS.1'->! ; 22O7of,bales;:, 'breath,of' liberty, that they with. state that rc 50r <" ,.
several
A substitute for dMC/ptlonless than in 82 3. reason hope to-see con ''olidatedby barges 7d.l
at Padua, called Count \ Pajicr.- ;I rays' i UpU \ ? .
Lconiss intelligence of this e-j:', for paper making,:' has' beet] discovered 'Hugh' err, ;Esq.. .who came to the extraordinary genius of him with cord,. peas and other pod, : ;,
\1t
'
got !! in France It wilhiinakethe'best Bridgw ter, from Scotland, in who has undertaken to give diem from rtic-Escsrmtjia/havc .
Udinc and tricot. the same { I 16i ..
vent at (, 1' .
'a .patitl l that was '' 'of paper,'at one half a: the 1731, dart the first cannon, and a country with 'peace and kappi been' sumVan'd their y;"; r

iirought icnicdy upon to the Paduan hospital,'! present price; and it is supposedthe spun, ,bymachinery( first cot ness. I am, &c. .most totally lost These cargoes, ; i....
<
administering him pound; of vinrgar secret will be purchased by ton thread;* ir..Am erica.We JOSE GAnRIEL.p HEZ. dents while they 1 deprive h'c-;L '...

in the morning, another at I the trade, both iirFrance, England, find' on tour desk several Despatch mentioned fa 'tf.c foregoing the ,".
:
I and America. communications in which the estindustriotrsfarmers of the :
propriety
noon, and a third at sunset ; and : letter. pea.
ihe! man was speedily-and perfectly I M sure fay to Preserve Egg,.- of a pet naatH"nl provisionfor To the Colonial Prefect cf the 'depart duct of their labor for the sta SOn ,

I'In packing them up, merely set the, Nation's Guest isurged ment of Truxillo. are also a public calamity '.t
recovered. ;
: .,
: them on \he'small end. Nothing. with ttluc'tIgrateful and patriotic Sir-The Secretury-Oenen of much as they cause produce cit Its-*.
Monday I the Lihertudor '
I more is necessary to preservethem zeal. It can scarcely be necessary His Excellency cJ -
I very description to be
poor I i eight months, or perhaps to this subjtc the in a communication to me dated I scarce at.tlvaacerl
press upon .
wine.of Hurst, at Easingwo'.d, 11 I. J I 'prices. a*" ,
} v/as fiiilVIy'rieliveied: ; of four children much longer. It is said; this preserves Country and Congress. The history the 71h August instant statesa :.,,

tint one of whom survived I them by keeping the yolk of his. visit would be lame indeed follows : Major Craven 0. P. 4

) .GI'C than. a few lU tH:'<'S. Theinuther '1 from touching the shell. without, such a conclusion.Conineis .- OFFICIAL ACCOUNTS FROMB0J.1ViR'S'SECRETARY. Luckett,{)neI "

i i-j as well ineed! better, I J' 1T.\\ Pat. '. i will shew that .:iiiev did! I of the Commissioners on Land

than. c.oukl ha\'c !uetu' expected. To perpetuate the visit, uf the not invite. I him hither! without! intending Dice of Secretary Genera/-Htad I Claims in this District, left ,this ,

Thr father of this quartette is a {: 10' Nation's Guest' to the thoroughof to render the close of his Quarters in Reyes, 7slugmit, 1824. place for Washington City

tailor ,1 I \\ lmingtcn, in Delaware! the! life as happy as possible, and to To the Principal Minister for Peruvian, i Tuesday t':1: :=taking with hiOlth!L-

:::tt :.icr n',,J"&/ 8.-A negro In 1 ladies of that town have formed discharge both principaland interest Atlaira.By :I'Reports t>f the Board
iihe on
j all
of of the La Fayetlc Assylam for poor ct" the pecuniiiry sacrifices I tle;
potjsrssion a gentleman : the orders of His Excellency, large claims of West
ihss lily, has I brought forth within i I Vidoa11 Orphan Children." 'which tye made ou account of theflutes. the Libertador, I have the satis- Borida tc-,

thirteen months, five cull rc-- 1;i I Not patriotism alone, but, charity, H7r.itcdpriatioi : .-Whatever appro- faction of Announcing to your Excellency :, gether with their abstracts ahbUfc.

rorf/ appears to be awakened, by the may be voted for these reasons for e confirmation_ of .
There is no prodigy too [;i-j that at five o'clocjt last a.
v:*s to be aliened ; as was the visit of'La 'Fayette. purpospeople f.s will be ratified btlw J evening, the Spanish Royalist Ar bout six hundred claims. \Year-

1 ile cuif cf the French f.'male, who I Savannah; Georgian. ,' as cheerfully ,,is they haveassenttjd my underwent a most 'terrible humiliation 'I). informed that all claims' East of.

was stated to have brought forth Cotton Goods.-By-a recent u- lOtr"y reasonable allotment in the }plains of Junin, Pensacola, of
I ILcn : every
cliildren at one birth ; but I, lease of the Emperor. Alexander, oil rite public funds since the seven miles from this place, (Reyes. have been description

1he present ir plain matter-of fact. !I I the importation: of:the'fincst'white creation of the federal treasury.The .)-Their Cavalry on which they : reported, and there h
) Calicoes for it Monarchies of have now no 'obstiuctioh to the
ermll- Europe sin-rev
printing, ;
this
])Unnj; the lust year negro depended, to enable them lo again -
v/oman h':d twins-bo\h beysj.ow '' led duty free: ; and it is the intention rarely failed to enddvlitunificent- 'subjugate Peru to the Spanish dominion settlement and: sale of that exte

f living'- and in 'fine health in Boston, to make the experiment l ly successful commanders, .cither has )el'n so completelyrouted sire poi tion of our 'r rritofr.' '

'\Y thin thirteen monUts after, under this regulation, by their own or of their-atlies. When that it will never again be By the promptitude ortheC

: (that is, in July last) she had 'hree I exporting to Russia' a quantity of they p dtticc substantial gratitudefor able to be brought into the field of missioners reporting this t1J-

Hue infants at one birth-and whatis white cottons. By this means anew thfe services of foreigners ba th earlgall
curious enough, they are of I market will be opened for our. services done, perhaps to the : these "claims, tb>. lccotnp'li'

il"ifteret sexes and: colors : one I manufactures, which perhaps will cause <|>f despotism-:" our republic I His Excellency the Libcr1ador ,which they have submitted xtf t lire

; girl and two boys. The girl is of conduce as much to their benefit, must 1Ct be \'.-nting in liberality Bolivar, J a."ir.g.bec," informedthat :.most..constant and persevering labor ;

; the mulatto color-one of the with less injury 4o our (town citizens in faW>r of benefactors who in con-, the enemy with his conjoinedforce's : ,'ali the difficulties presented

.t bovs has ihe yellow t'nge' and ,I as 'in increased tariff.. By the inbuiing to its triumph, promoted: was coming to meet him, by'the unsettled nature of tiCei

,glossy hair of the Indian-the other same 'Ukase the importation of the de rest interests in general ,fall marched immediately with his army '
has the jet black and woolly Cambrics: muslins and: j jaconets, mankind.-Nat. Gazette. us far as CoHocfta7caintend t I and assurances of right are;removed
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hair. The children arc all living, is also permitted free of tlu-' -n !h----- ing to come to a decisive engage- and obviated, and vith the opening -'9

dl well and hearty'and nursed by The whole arrangement it is said_I'I I FUllElt.1'.. ment. In consequence. of this of the roads and establishment
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the mother ; vvha iiersclf enjoysexcellent will be beneficial to trade, and increase I movement, the enemy who had advanced I! of mails, we nay cal T3.tcupon'
of cotton.' from the I1uItiuu rc.Lxcrican. \ as far as Pasco, retreated I
hcalih. She and her the-consumption ( :,
t }iU briA are !lacls. !' -'Idem..i J FROM .p ErR U. | on the same road by forced march rapid improvements: ia;
.i I wealth and prosperity.If .
His Bolivar
Richmond Confiilsr.ji I The contract for clearing: the :!ni iortnnt.-By the fast ..s:of ng ', es. Excellency expected
I'' .\Q-vcl Pl'/&iti .-Avri- I Ohio and Mississippi rivers of schooner Express, captain Cli that he would be enabled to Conress"should also pass t i
: j'- i forte them to come to an law giving to Pensacola all the
'ter in the Cincinnati Literary Gu- snags and sawyer,.under the authonty tor, arrived here yesterday in lifii engage- t "
o y.i'lle recommends that, as LA FA- :* of thc national governm n: I' 'eii a.\6 from Jamaica, tl'e cdi meLt, by occupying; \ ith his-rearguard I vacant 'lots, and those not covered,:

, .'ETfJi a 'cj- l7.rn of the United :I from Phtshurg fold St. 'Louis to j i tors of the American have received : the road whichthey mus'tpass by valid titles, we shall deritc'

St, t"So'ht'u her turhs 'to-Fl'uncJ the oc-.-an, has been given to John frjom I their attentive Kingston :: on their march to Jagua, but such a revenue as will alter, :the
it should! be with the appointment : Bruce of Lewiscounty in this -cctrespondent, files of Jamaica the precipitation with which they:

'{.,j Minister of the U-mfod .Sialtr.To : j:I stale.-"tfrjftfo, Frankfort, A'1'. lo itfe 9th instant iiicJusive papers retreated', procured them the good appearance of depressed city
: fortune of-reaching a'ml even and |'pr duce. an improvement cot*
French Court.i pass-
the The noble bust of La Fayette, from t'}hichjtbcy cxirajj the following -
\ ing the point (where we pt'cted 'responding ,with That of our iWrishiagTerritory.
i li'iishinr'ton*J 161U,1:/)nc't.-+- 'e made.by i\lr. Persico, at Newark gratifying and important
';:re gratlfi'cd to kern tnai the project has been placed at our A- Intel igence from Peru. i to encounter' them,) some hours : Such: laws ha*,

of el'cc''HI.-; a Moiiuiircnl to the ihctueuMj for exhibition. 11... VICTORY/ OF POLIVAR. ; before our army, (which -had to invariably been passed, and. whyCongress

:r ,,. .memory' of Washington h?s been William Rush, the eminent carver the Extraordinary Gaccta.: make a long day's march by crag- should' be less liberal toPensac '
Prod and difficult could
ent-Tcd into with! such spirit and of this city, has prepared another IsthmOy of i th S'efit ins:. gy paths) occu- I 3ia
Affairs in this < we area! loss
it. being con I a to con
r(-tct; that a suTicient sum has al- a very good likeness, in clay The Folio whig official commu- py I .
I. :cad\' L' 'en subscribed to build of which ,he offers casts in plasterat nicauuji)i was: itrceived by the Genera juncture, his Excellency observing i.JcctUt'e.I. .

, rh of a moderate sire ; but as the ten dollars by"subscription.i .- Commandant, it having been that the enemy continued their I. We learn tliat the reports for

f. cbj"Cl 1S-te erect such an one, as i i Both models do ci edit_to the arts brought 1t by the Colombian schooner retreat without a halt, and consid"J I warded are voluminous, and contain

; I. \{. u he a lasting ornament to the } i \ ana are"likely to be success Ciuenchaco, which anchored at ering that the opportunity <>f terminating I much interesting matter :.o{'

c.twe have no doubt, a sum will; I Ii ful with the public.-Piilad.tafi.. this port (Manama) in 17 days at a blow, the laborious the subjects of the commission
in which then ,
I r lie; collided fully! adequate to thetatrirtit A Steam boat called THE LAFAYETTE from Guenchaco : campaign we were
'. Tl-.e subscrrpiions engaged, and of deciding the. fate but having had no'access'to them,
j purpose. is now running from Republic of Peru, Truxillo.
;1 hive, as yet, !hen \ 31-! IJ rid yep rt Conn to New-York.'Jlll ))1 August 13//J 1824. of the country was, about escapingfrom we cannot at present lay even &11.
i
nutury ; persons have not yet beenunnnintcd Randvtjih and the Quaker.A To the Inteniiant and General Command. his hands, resolved to-movc outline before our readers. *

J i, to c':ii!!.?ci frost the cili7ets I. friend couununicates the following ing. the' Department of the Isthmus of i'a- forward rapidly with the cavalry .
i
' "\\ hi' n will be ,dofuin the anecdote. A Quaker being I inum.Sir commanded by the intrepid Y;co- The November Term of the United

t course of a few days, when l'n.n.1: on. his passage to NewYorkin : =It is with feelings of the chew, awl to pon it in the same States' District and Superior Coed:'of

i \ : cue t/Ito is capable: ut*enjoying the I the same steam-boat with Mr.ItatiUoipii highest satisfaction i that i 1 have phi.3S that which -the enemy occupied West 1'lorlda, terminated on 'Ye ces3av

. I i.It's si itt J.'s of litwrtwiB* have hi} look occasion to form the "Honor of enclosing: you the hoping by this movement, : last, after a session of fourteen wi:

opportunity; of. contribuliu! ;; hiS: acquaintance with,, him. "I I 'Gazelle'of this city,\ containing to induce them to risk an action
the official of the (brilliant for of The }Press and material JOTILC f : ,
mile tOiVaids establishing :. lubl- under stand," said he, thou art accounts cither the purpose availing Type
:n?r memorial of the rjrautiiiie wetil John Itaudolph.". 'Yes, sir,' he atRur-of Junin ; the particular themselves of an opportunity they FLORIDA iNTEltioENCEii, leftlhis place: Wi :

feel for }h"nainc 'v!.o contributed replied. 'I have heard 1 cf which were icccived here seem to have sought so very recently Tuesday 15th il1st. for Tulhihi 5& :

} so largely: to the case of things concerning thee, and many have last night. This first success opejjis or of saving the whole cf G rlor. and Mr. Crane, ourpartheninW'! ,

-'I'- mankind: I i high esteem Cor thy character, : the door to expectations, as his army. Either in conformity establishment are alrcaily' there;"apd16!

IJy reports received at the Navy save in one particular.'i\nrl whatis I I brilliant as they are well iouiuh-d, whh these calculations; aI' actuated paper will be {JuhtisheJ"immedi..t !/' '** ,

'!Ii Department, through Com. Por that .'* *. \ 'lii1F ,thou art a valiant and presages a speedy and felicitous :' by. a blind confidence in his the arrival ot the dfficp, if the p:4'ior.30'

t fI.J".J"h'I', from ThotDpson's Island, as defender of the rights of five- ; termination of that war, I cathy, the enemy's house charged il Mifficicnt.Those ..

C .S he. iStli ult., i it appears men, I am told thou dost ret ait which hus desolated tl at rich nuts in a situation very disadvantageous who are disposed tobecoflesa,

I thai liie; sick had become convalescent thy follow men in bondage :1"_ country'; -P l''U. for the lalltr.r::c scribersi are earnestly requested to 1 lea**

:.tllh:1t the general health "Y Ul' char ,,. is true," said ::\1r. .I Thal1..: hon of Zulia, and the shock of the two bodies Wi.1S- most their names atthis| office without d &)>'

; <.. of; the place had very mucli& im- ;HuntJoljhbut; what shall be done?' squadrons horse, and dVagoons tremendous.!' In conclusion, after It -n ay be well to inform the paWJ:.

t.: J't'o\'ed.-.1\-ational, Journal. 'Thou must set h ntrc...:.' '\V dl, 01' the guard, joined the head quarters variouconflicts! in which the ad- that our Governor with a cbaracteri''G i! .
.
J'lreat of the Liberator (Bolivar caned from side vigilance alld'attention tohe, intend *B*
\ Providence. Qn Sunday i I will make a proposition to I ) varHag one tothaotherthc
I ?! morning, the 10' '
f owned and occupied by the them to be hfrppy. Now, if you Although the official accounts superior Jn number and, limbed a weekly express from"alJ3

; Providence Iron Foundry Coin.l }I will luke them/j'f my bauds, and transinilted by the Secretary Gen- better mounted than ours, was to the Creek Agency, so that no i ,

1: l p'lnr, with about fifty cords of i bind yourself to<< pay rae their ci' il l are very well l'tailcd,1 must thrown into '\comp < te'- disorder, ly will arise in the dlsTnb'uSonpf i pap,

r t wood, was consititied by fire. The I I worth, only in case, you 'do riot take the liberty of addressing a neaten, and compelled to fall backto from'he formcrplace.Conmuuiicallnns ,or,

1"'' :. adjacent building occupied by the I If I place the.ni in so good circumstan. few !minute particulars, which the tiles of the\infantry, which to tin'Etl1\Oo if

; company :ts.a store', and .containin !i ccs as they now are, they shall he have been extracted from private during the battle,\iad continuedits Florida Intelligencer may be d -:
f the castings and The l letters, received here, from the march and .
greater .par'ofitie I If I yours. quaker&d; not expect towardsvJagua; rf
1 patterns,' \vassaved., Loss this-he hesitated. ; 11'. officers of'the army ; and whichrender when its cavalry was'Seieated, was

I f I estimated at 83000.oftif. Randolph then! offered, to give j him the brilliant victory more a considerable, distance from the .r- -

; ('om Tt1'rC'r J,';'*!.-The ten days to consider the subject. glorious. More than a thousandof 'place'where the ,actioniis deci "We copy with pleasure' the folleri ,

!'f JlocUestei Republican states, that After a brief season, however, the. the enemy's cavalry, advantageously ded. Our cavalry has displayed extracts, fully coinciding with the.*.- ,'

\. I a !;eatl.iran fJl'''t4 to that village, t Quaker.declined the pioposal.Jlost. posted, haye been destroyed that courage which my. penMs Unable in their' idea on the subjects.. !*"*:< ... !'

1: t a few days since, eighty kegs oftobacco Tel. by only 400 of our h0ise., Can- to express, and which can oii- Iono been astonished' at the taste oCt.' : .-

t i of superior quality,raised Worcester, Abel French terac, in: person, commanded theenemy's 'ly be conceived by calling.;ioxrtme'iftbr&nce editors who can fill their colom j,b6 ':.

: i in Kentucky ; :and transported by tried for the murder of Abel cavalry, as did the Liberator the age of heroes. accounts of boxing-matches,. ubaitings ae

'.I the way of Lhke_ Erie and the Ca- ,: Drench 2d, from jealousy-was (Bolivar) ours. Canterac ,fled The result or.t his briliianl'actionis \ ,cockfights and .otHer, b: J;'; -:

" 1 nal." :. acquitted on'the; score. of sanity i Vefore, fihe Liberator, having experienced thai 235 of the enemy have tai, "- 1 lOt' S of maiming and desf1o'. !anfmet .."" '

a Thu-i it} :.that'o.u. '< big {1itcht'opt'ns I: 'l103ton'j1clladium., his' irresistible, power. len in the, battle, among them are 'human spccic&and oft unnzfri ii1:
1 '
hecavalry of the
enemy theflowcrpfi1le oiTicers creation.
was ten chieftains and mbre The publicatihll.of's
new. Decis ; '
cxtel1i'e'and until The 21st: of appointed .as 4
lately uodtan't..of markets for iXhanksgiving itt Wassacirusctts ( royalarmyl cumpowteranssand than '80 made prisoners, and .,a, ,this t 'Vuul, without accoatpa"ale ;
;
-
: 11t. ,ld remarks J
fire of Idem.1"i? .-1The 'yW the )great number dispersed. Above with tending tQ diSt }
produce the-jndst 'remoteactions ,-, : : F. <.', g !.JIf
'' rc 1 ten4 rt'Spaniards.: 1heshock ;00 itselfatentleiY';
excellent with
of I : horses, their e- practichasin :
and .z :
_our country, by : frigate Qonstltunoni.: Coin'tMacdonouh :
: 'M u'ttetEl ';and "aesttb t3,
cavalry sixnaliseditbcroselveia quipmenls have fallen into oUr'I den the, feelingssensibilitiespP and r
. ,
the mutual interchange, of'the taple ti .. ..
salt
.
t [ !twill in a: few "fr' 1"lWr. '1
,
.. articles of'each,;Increases- Mediterranean : ,by pr'odigicsCanterac hands, and the field of battle was, ; the ;teu.t ;-1J. it
: days for the ,Col? '
'' : QfYaIo; r.. tlispluycd all covered with c\'er.y of(f sbock\tiae.: ; ti!,. :'
I I' i. '_ resources,and 1:0nlr.lhutcs. to the our t .Consul :_ ;species which'feels a
Cq art 1f :.toUunis will Is \ y
nl ,:1nd. valour eack. +>
but f ;
I } he was spoil. On.4'u,' sic eve !have had boxint" match of x giztt. }
of all .
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joymcit Through this inher '
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.,. ct. lakejpassage' ; with leis fa- compe \ ('lJT
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.1 led. tJ make a -shameful about 60 killed tftid wounded '\ a.tae idCl.. $
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t"r 'k'II'rtlalr! .()\*d j.\ c- a' t lr1; i 111 1-'part o. haefrLiip.lmistartc. '- )fIR 1 ,
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; \ t'btriC.r' 1'1" \'in' tfic sut.:"f ctu>n' oftchIiC.Vc I'''i h's l>!und i is composed, oi ptmri ptuc; : Us dii:* .we l.timbjypray; na'tTjho .Uttited- Stuics- fiir"more: \ than' C5 |" or.pu "! a .' '- .". .
|h ; j ,i1I1"nll, brohen, by jUiuJi ofvatcr and licensed for an.-\1us we have only j. ? ti&. .
; I bit-! of llietrfcujagtmiats, I extensive 'parsJl s. ,, 'j.yielded to a pur# 4s entinieal joPfOur'own, y4rsthose ofMr.: 'GatUard, who A 'Vcek1ycwsPapei'
i ,\,01 ". becomes callous and hardened, j Ir4Ufl. ,'lbt,, George's S und extends fom: St, nd to the ''request of seveiril/ our ,h i so.pften 'preiidcd':igtst -' hat ::0'1- .

r" :. cn :\ be broufiht to s..tnd. 'Vincent's Island to the ,east end .of Dog. frk-mh. .And none-not *ver \.ms- ,. rijopagus, those 4octor, TO'BLRifl'tTLEITHE ... )i&* :

"ja\111.' \,lose tin-scene* flot'ofll 1)' Vith-f J:xve&t'ern hl: !/],a distance i of'sixty five '.ir.Hcs, the J, can objt.ct\o o ,r.V. ,l mnJt'JJlrelgQl! fBMaUgh,..vr.bo hal .,BO. .crt" t. tn 1ci: \ n 1g nc', -
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.itlif- but'xvitir: pleasure! t part usually.called ..tppa1atchi.cQh'Uaywheret 1 we feel int\vdh11ff'\ipontions Ie-q t_ fj: of.lo-
')influence over the destinies .
horror
(cCI,.r of :is. :.about ,fight,1 miles t united in the.tnan who itoleeeiye' the *.
of the dt' f> soliciting; ] patJ'O.J.1agc'or ;gen4I -
lit. 1'1i&f oflhc' spOrtS ring.an \vidc.. .'I t entered, on the north vlest by""j thcjtnani mouSTote.bfine J l1 Uo" ti t= .,nda'lirqse:; of NV..P.; Duvat, iqw rmis>ubncmtheUudiblcde& ? :- .

o an cojait, .t .IS Probable bat the lowVHoru'i I 'the Jndiau Pass, whiclris not. moijc than,4 being,,as appears, :ycn wlJtnti ;9!respected" tjpovernor, wotideIL'iptitutlonly diffusing localandgeneraliutclUgcncca* '.

;ilt. nt'li bmtat part of the inlus 'twenty rods xvide, bljtfdeep; t! ,'pass' ts }pitcr in .opposition; to ,iimj.Pd! p tL'- J rmcl'i-. moe the ctith softhiyoung'irtd iIou-
)J'rUt i in a few 1 betwixt the slmie anH' St"Vincent's island correct and sa:.iilce rshng.'r'l'I:1tory Edits: feel that
.
of.mr country may : : years t 0" I I : .tt1.".\ an. ,?! C 1'lil 1-- 4t1 .
.nts aud about four .wiles: of I who, ",hnost SO 1}( > '
f lliu&e ex I east Cape qua ers, eba"l" diffidence and cmoarrassnrenTi which ai :
attache to very St. Iflass(tfler.: of a ( .A;! i u victim.\ .gftf'r1..tls1 ,
UCnc .Iu'.l enlenng this'pass Uac ba>inivfch City Hh"ed Jp >, \ri-\------ -?* ways attend the commencement of everyenferprwey .
il.icli I now Jisgracc llie Li '"obstructed ,with ,oYite..r- populatbp ) : n( miis' tyranny.,; Kiegp; t the, rc.cen'Y'W the tcrmihitionjpf which is involved '

,I nl:Icb t..C".k.pract.ced, and the -papersv small 'croft oi lydrawingiivefeet; | water, t ;iiI'_ ot1rpre l(ndici' U"la tfud t.io martyr libertyin in the uncertainties of? futuritJ'Yc't .-

r. accou1s ofth m. can tlat r.r Tnc hlahds: of .St. -Vincent '". xvitlj a pehsqrtalrejQdera Ibluvthat degraded Spain, cbnld never: feeling solicitous to be,useful to the
hh.r" '- j...dSt, Georjre urc about.a .mite I him at ttje, same .ti r ieeui1y fit ,
\I ,he't..tjJa: Statesiftmi.SrsuW .apart, ,have"been' elected. in Alabama.1 community, they avail themselvesjof4he '
J'm and vessels drawing,fourteen feet fortUiemajristracy'asfortlie.: relations of
; water
briaou3id 4 present auspiciouYperiod, in the utfantyof
--* .most *can enter tfm channel, but a baf within. socFcty, aiid'in bfih .worthy of beih jrespected LaF yette, orhis son, were they new and Ving'eountryt -
(11IgI2cJUl'J SCl'nclS wit-- the bay has no more than clgbtfejet tobe and cbenshed., NTsbet and. 'Dr to live in it for fif\y yelrs" :Bolivar support of the.citizens Of3Ckttlmepatroaeaid

: ; on Lang hktid onV cdt t depended oh. The c&sterirpart:' of'the I la kua ,were the two men from wnomwecould so far the best imitator* of. our.. of the interior to ,a News-Paper, the importahce'and .'

Jrsd.; l'\vb 'cham pio'tfs, both sound is sometimes! n:1.\'igoat.l \vitK Schrs.drawing chooscj' a mayor-not that It.li i 'reveredVa51in_ l were liberty" ; nitility t>f vhich"Jf. properly'
,. to 'say 8>;x tcet water, but the shoals meant that, noiie other could, be entitled conducted. no one will be
disposedtoquestion.
:'It'rs WCn1rrcd ah happy j I as'I I to Be prostrated in Sputh America
,
and to the confidence but are
( tlh'; numerous increasing.Kast same we pretty .
.01' : t'.C, ill ch3. 'for a'boxingConey of Dog hl 'lld opens Alligator { certain that non other could be certain and lie forced 'to seek for refuge, -A -

H:,Ih on a hl.t. of S lCOu.-"1'1 lL*" I Harbor. Jl I- .ituaXtd much in tiie form ,tot cf obtaining the sale unanimity of 'buf- could not after any length of time, :of The the resources! of this delightful section '
country"its
1'1"C tell Inland, as the scene 1 St. .IO.elII'S' IJjnMKociUTancelis. brii.tIbut frames, and if we"" are so It.tppy as to sc ecoUa obtain an election in that state.- Mexico, and 'to a.fine contiguity back to the Gulf of
but were driven fUll ui'extei ivo.j.intt itu'S'j, neither I Iihe uniting efforts in the same bo Let it .country
the Floridians take
combat, as a Georgia, as also its central
11 the cluiiincl 1 l4ir iiie, Vncliora e ivit1e wc'shaH !>thfr that what is not &situation Jn-
Tom that place by the prompt and iuive occii suv-\ ciiith aflestinn, it performed' ot be .performed by aavsclcf warning before they act 'on so Important spire the pleasing expectation, that it will

liable iijierference uf the policerKind's may fMcnu peitupt s vm naies vithin, men in IJL. S.\COI.A. a step, as'that which is to become a place of considerable .impor *
I' 'Flitaav) lockjacc Uic IHK- i co.t.st.wh'.ch itretcliesround decide their xisttncc tance, as well' as, the centre of refinementanil
'ount} >ca j I _._ on politic science ih Florida. .. ,
in Q:(tu'l'n': Tt'.1I' thc raci" it in inc toioi ui a hook sca.'ccjy half a and involve their interest forever. *. ?r. .- '* v,
.' I ;I I _u"nj. Oneofthf coinhalantssrtrjckiugl mile \\ ule. i'uib )harbur is in ,Jiiies' INJujul I SIa-In your! last Gazette, 1 A Floridian in florid The FXoRniAjlsTEtiicijrcKR is dcsn.Cl -
; aiul :,!botu twelve from the to be \.cb.clt of local and' .
I !his head I miics |Voii the read aii extract Cahawba )neral ,in
I I';'a'l r'\ mangled. u.uuth; lu'Ockleckney Hay.ihe I Press, to the annexation h. : formation,;arid [accessible ,to,all. persons '
relating, MH. hUNT-lYe to who be
anil hiseyeb bunjjup. O khJd..a'Ttn t request you publishthe may desirous of discussing
cftt open; is from .le tovoiiiMcjv.jjie topics
Vine "
;
: of West Florida
to Alabatnawhich of which in- of
\. Kvt'iy:: pcison ct" .(U cVncyjjusilook : \\ : w; \ ) vith horror and djs tie! court tl.(, .:iuitli 1t of' the induced me jto search for the artielepubIishg'd tend to support for the government of scientific researches) and :.literary essays.

: bi) is much oostna-lV.i by ('.\t.', t.4r.- I 1 ,hy.ll Floridian in Pensacola for the year 1825-and we Hut all personal and invidious disputation,

,'ist uj-: .n this (1.SRVaCecLt out- It Call be ell t t"'t-fj (hil f> lin..)ugii H voiycrui 'lor.: Mobile (Commercial Register.The i trust that it will meet the approbation every diversity; of attack on private character -
whih; lies no apology for a majority cf CITIZENS. sli>ll be
> ;t,1 ciiauju-i, abitnt .1 suppressed.
uge : : v: ht 1 't"t fieen first number I have not been "
Jn-imtiduced into cur country, ul ljt laics.. >1Ut' r.ot si.le tiboutt'vvo For Mayor.Ferguson This paper is, nth to be devoted to

\IJW-OLT SMshionaV.eit! nay be' iiI : i1.2t.S.liVun'tiu-! tn -: n thtj l'l'lf.Hns jor j|. able t" 'procure, the second only II. Nisbet Esq. man or to subserve the purposes of.a fac any

I \\hcrc it l 11\.1& become a barI'iF an ultl rsrt, .uo3cd te .bj] Ocon orCOIi. I| (in that 1 paper of October 12) I tiun, to laud one or depreciate another.
:!h jr, ( '1 hi.-, ut ttvi'c 3riti'': period, ILLs : have now under my eye. .'\miy intentions Par: ..qldP-J'nZp.1Z-. The feelings of ex ery i individual,from the .

;US ( VtC.ll. Chclr.nati i pfuLmbl: bc-Mi ;v 1''lace of rlohUdcrabletrade. I were, after reading the article John Dc La Uua, Joseph Noriega, humblest to the most exalted, should be

I .''zu-XJi'jm qi t'$ ali. in the I 1'roni C.; Ocii.'ockncy to fc't. ," !frcinqahaba, to discuss the Henry Mich let, Bcnj. ,Wyman, inviolate.anil [secure. And the Press,

Cczsite.. ilaj'ks, t!;:'-.:!t:
1 J.o! ::!'f. pirU'iul to say that themoris liic; snore juv. ;m i n :;riy! ; ub Jut four subject at I length; after reflection, Joseph E..C&ro, John Lee JViUiam) ,' degraded to sacrilegious purpose of

ui'iho txrfcndskf cock-fiit, uiilci! cuut ci t.iC Ockiockiic' ''isi a shal. i shall: iimi'I myself the few fol-J! Samuel Patterson, .John Inneraritv, invading moral and religious sentiments

,: ir! qualify 1 tlu-ir i i (nth 11 s i- lOW bay, is a :a1i.1!; ilcuble island, called lowing 'obs(|rvatiuns. Cbarlestavklh,. Gco. W.Harkfey.DIED '. orcouvertedtoan, engine *domestic dis-
t/Iri'ly cod and i internal
the t\\ iilJ.J'I' dissention
I live ulq o been an inhabitant of tfIj :t:". : : politicks t
I ,'Ul.dU"n.L.o.' I'. public' service; h g1 i.Ii:. pl.icc tie! AppaUtrlue: liya the Terrilo 'v. afterwards state oflaJ4ma. "In'this, City, on' Sunday will antI b'e Republican, while the asperities I ''
but I vo'iiil ask, h U iii' Iit.grapytf.t ILi.a. s\ and I recrlmiflatioflsofparties, as far
tile u1pos-
o veep couipietcs the 15th inst. Mrs. Sarah' wife of,
: -I ha\ when the bible will
c con be
lo..rlJrout: :h i a Eugene, or b coast ot \:.'.:,:1>11 County. The( water ibgtncruliv formerly ,a-oied.o t .n ., t
;i J i for s'.itu: cn of that state was made, Mr. Whitfield Champlin, The 'aVd i.
Saxe, exhibits &t'v fondness; 1 on the sa ) tx-vcri.1 m.l 's from the pies ',..type p per, will be
siuue, IKbottom: read and read over again that document of New-York. immediately
of those disiingaisln-d men to ) asi ainni 1)i'ots lime conveyed to Tallahassee, j
\ )art ? fctone, vvith; mixf.ue ct' tit plies; oi'o : xvhich never:appeared to In the City of New York, about (where one of the firm now resideS) and :
in the nniDS
BA.TTLE OF
cng'-Ki I ) bteiv* jro\ to ta.- rock, tiii rui-i 'ro\vs ;:I nie a monument of human \ylS- the middle of October, JONATHAN the publication of the paper commenced,
His not for me, however, to sanc- abuudantu even to the tion uch and similar: practices by Tht beach )s a groin, tnar'Ji from'I do;:. 1 nii ilit point out severalof i Esq. bers are obtained ; which it is hoped and

the recollection of t4itir antiquity.Nero o'ie to it.rcc miles vine, ithiP'hC,: its deficiencies. but they-, '11'ave the Mobile Commercial Register.POUT expected will be in'the.month of NoVr. .

ne are toldj pinned flies to \viih :pl ltZLat1t keys, \\iierc the trc1tui been cl1o\ "l'd by so many others, Gf"J'"J .4." 1."I..1I._ The I'lOBIDA ISTELUGEXCSR Will be .

the wall, and ate the ton!&ucs of( like ureax.! islands through in the it. TiieAC teys "PtH'H' l from the Legislature, that It would itfilltp" m\W published on a large royal sheet at Five'
green marshes ,
it re u. large volume to .Dollars-per auf.um, pa able in advance
blackbirds while i 1 he _requirc a repre- -- )
larks and s'ualiy covered with cedur, juniper; raw. it is necessary'that this rule
befinvariably .
wore the imperial purple ; and outilesrncratc live oak, with tall cahbaue t.ees, Mretcii. .t bt-nt them ,all, and the Tatal consequences .. 0.11': HStl9.COLJ1- complied wi'th' and it is liopcd, that all

Cxsar, it is said, supi.o in' abA e the rest ofthe timber, here the | which base resulted ENTERED. who sign, will consider its importance.AdxeiiLcnlents .

with his noble /rcrse und rouiidist.thd and rich, the '.;ea arc 1 from them' This opinion 1 had : will .
l pro- Nov. iVth,-Scnr. Fcllrs Point be inserted at one I
often circled with low ,
c'aimcd him Consul in express.. The in common with several of the dollar for tiie first publication of
Spainthat outside, trie inarsh is Mobile every
Waters
skirted ,
\viti! heavy twelve lines
of under
most enlightened members orv. each subsequent
}LLsd of rcfincmrx: uud social
\ timber, springing from CLEARED'No .
up a insertion
cry fifty cents.
those: -usse'.r.blies: whose talents .
the scl. { ** '
cnftT ltKjuisiti keeps equalpact' rocky .
Shields '
Schr. Tom
13th.
Editors
A ridge of rocks and: sound understanding had becnv"lf"a.dr. are requested to .Insert this
with i the polite and merciful not much raised Hbcxc New-Orleans !'
the surface extends : Cd of Forsythcj Cargo, Prospectus: their respective papers and
iftbe bull-bait. To those parallel with by a mass igno-
i;ports the to assist us'obt"inilg' Our
lumber patronage.
the coast at nine or ten miles'distant by Captain.Schr. 0
uhcse! feelings can relish, andw from iMi.ce and intrigue. I know it has friends generally will confer tUvor
the shore this Bachelor Pin New-Or a. by
forms .
rapids in all the ,
1 bl'. n so in almost new Terj forwarding the names of subscribers without
')SC \icnce.cnc1ure a display every
) ,
streams which run into the lumber the
gulp leans ( by Cap- '
exceptthe Cano, day. .
,
i and that tKe exists
suite remedy
cl: coi Boreal ring in the animal Vaknjy.! riiory.t '

or the insect, 1 1.-ave nio'sl chccr- There 're many rich hanl.-nocks near \ in our general institutions ,; but tain. faordon, Orafoo & Co.

fully all the pleasure that :can ir.ederived the sea coa>t, und much of the nir.c .tn:!, i t tiie root of the political lree| that ARRIVED.' hound Pensacola,. loth October, 1824.
rro'mhe most intense wJierc there is'sufflClent witto cover-tiu! U, the Constitution! of the Slate Nov. 15th.-Barge' Grey I
rock} i'oundation, is c1tremelif"dnc) -II Escambia Bay with Cotton.
gratification. of sight. Tolhatjr. tive. The streams are umibrmly filled is wnerc the Yemedy should be 19th.-Schr. Henrietta, Quig- Tlxc tiIisciibtr: ; .

:n who can ralilily )behold an ex- xvith grasj so as frequent Ix toimpcile the first applied. To mark only one Nexv-Orieans. Has received, per the last arrival from

:J.il/ilicn cf t brutal! ferocity, und ext I navigation. poiiJs of xvaler are iHinicrous of the traits of selfishness which gles, SAILED. 'Philadelphia and.'he-Orlem18,the fol i

> : in tit- sICCSS' of a end,: jigtit, I xvith: grass springing through tLesurihce characterize that constitution, I lowing-fresh, supply of GOODS.
I :like a gieen nlcd.Ht.uollg'h the shall mention that but .dI Nov. 16h-U. S" Transport,
x* i iiliisg U) leave all! the pleasing ; none an .
.i m water is fr (l"t"la vonU) feet dt"t.p.I .- Schr. Florida, Baker.Tampa I\ay
mcricai be {
I'Jbirth can elected. Gevernor -
he in- I irroeeries
tc4JItt..iiuUS can pos&ihlj
t I Muny pal't'of rhis country widerar.iflCii
are via St. Marks with m litary.stores
1 uf that State ,
a provision
'IUI1.C. \v&th subterraneous streams, and ; the U. S. ,
and by .Q ar- -
/
provisions
._. naliable rivers often burst at once from made for ihe sole purpose of rendering f Barrels superfine Cincinnati flour,

*J t.' subject of the followingprcsent- thegn.ur.d. S>jci are the akuiy! and constitutionally ineligible Master., A Printing Press, Type \U\JIJ 4 chests h'ysqn skin tea, & 6 chests

!i.cil "f. (.i iKlJury in Charleston S. C. St. Marks, uhicn: seven niles fronx. the one of the most Worthy citizens of' and paper by Gordon, Crane & Tjfun: powder do,imported 5th April
giilph iom a,junction, and then are called 1824. .
i'.tnudsthe: Mtentiou uf the ,itilKibiUii.tsui Alabama, I mean -Judge T.otflmin: "
the \ river. -- -
l'jj.l :ucJjC Co.MARSHAL'S 5 barrels loaf Sugar, .
< IH. Sculhcm and Westcrh country ger.cnlly. Tinprincipal! rivers (.f Gads.len Coun. whose uninterrupted efforts for SALE. 100 boxes porter, ale and cider,

'ty t-re.' AppuUtchicoJ.t? ,, Ne..-: Hr, the welfare! of the stale I had wit 12 barrels copperas*

W"e present as a great public OcJdvckIC\. Appalulclue. "EsUilulchic &. nessed. Judge Toulmin ,had then In Admiralty.TFi .
Siiaiit.I'Lte of decree of condemnation
virtue
lJI.i the immoral and been twenty years in the ,United V a Hal'tluYaii .. -
: llce, ifC-) I
Ap}'tittcJnc'ilu, is a lttoe navigable J and order of sale made at the 1(0'\. ;
JI'Ull conduct exercised at our sire:.'n f-.i-MM-i! Uthe! :'uuitahooenieand States-but he.'was born in En'gland Term, 1824, of the Honorable. the District 0

:.::.' elections, in the forcing to tin j Flint "'1U'S nl);-it one" hin
/ l.c's;: persons whose situation ren'eju j I irotii .time sea. JoM the? streams rise he was norn I' I know he xrasa 'man shall proceed to sell aJ.Pnblic Auction in 1 do. English do.

it doubtful of ihe.ir legal) i I high in the ttrvv of Seor'J;*:,.:'mid both arc I of latent and an upright roan ; hismoral front of the Market House ill thfa city, on 1 do sweJes iron4.. ,

Jn na i 'abie: a considerable tisstanee above tapacitics'were all .about Monday the 5th day of,Dec. next, ,at 12 5 bundles sheet do .
: lu in freeMifttagc I
participate
;: our their JMiCUOii. Although! ticrc are very o'clock M. 2Opiecepflndia Cotton. and 2 do. steel J.. I .. ., i., .
; their intoxicated ajv'aranc } I rich bottoni Luuls .1 tile' tuatciicola; which 1 should have enquired, but 4-parts of bags of Ccmee. SO.keg-s nails, assorted ,3d,4d, i 6u) 8 1t .

added to their manifest Vel'OTc:clisjdeof it, tor .some distancehc hi* opponents succeededand; the Benj.V y an> D. M. for ;1Rid, J.2d 20c1.. "

; 5cliaton to disturb the peace;' \ lantis are j>ofr and covered with: same spirit framed most of that 100 daz..knives and forks, j L.
Wm. Sebree
nay if peisisted in. be ultimately yiir.cs and ]>:dmettocs.! 1'oit Gathdcn constitution.We M. w. F. 20 do Pen and pocket knives,'-"- ., .
was sttiatb on its car.teru' bank about Nov. 20th, :i 4.is.s'rop 20 do.. Padlocks, ,
;. -rl'd; to such excess as :o cnlittnger read daily that the -
f.\ciiU-ii\e miles from the month: : siiicc 'goTt'mlcnts 6.do. coffee mills ,
; tiie '." 61'itof. vur inesti- halllf's been abandoned, utown has hc.a which reign in Europe are THE RASCAL.A 10-do. brass Jlesticksj

inaoie.: : and f"ce eieciions. laid out there called Coilinloii; but lias eager to avail themselves of all the 10 do, pocketbooks ,

_.__oaa. :''I.-as.- ., -__ not improved ; the country 1 about it has 820lleward. 1 do. patent sauce pans, "- .
-1-1 1---r TI- ii- talents which each can attract
C*(/' .i, ikfi- > L'*"T.'"" j.L'.11'(1.S' been accounted.sickl)'. from the other countries", and we 6 do,'Carolina hoes, > .;'.

-- CERTAIN STEPHEN Th. SINGLE- .lb planes, .' ,-.p'
:.;.,T CiLS OS* V KST FLOUIDA.- Mn. lIt T; who boast of our liberality, we Any, a journeyman printer, enteredthe 3 dbz, carpenter's hammers; :

Ko. V. Sir-YounepubV.cation: of the lict: of forbid the employment of talented office of'the .Mercantile .1dt.; tiser\ 20 do. gimblets '

t-;(Wl( 11 r.o'a,ty i? Koiirided west by names for the next government of lensacola men because they are not born last night,and threw the principal part of '6 do. draw knives; "

e Ajijn.lr.U-hicoia: : ; : ilvci& durth b) tieorj bas been more agreeable .to a upon our soil! Such are the narrow the two forms into //. lie ;lbsconc1ed' his 3 b eo.1O' cotton cards '.

:.:., f'I>t I L.t.' the ;u.I t.*.* river: and south great many of your subscribci-s, because views of those xVho now oppose morning, but is supposed to be lurking a- I 20 bags liott", -.
20
h.) 1t (lI1'i Ofi* xco. it had been tfivcuout Uiat 1'. II. Nisbet the election of Alber Galla- bout the basin, and will probably avail kegs poxvder;

M. l ci.rgv't Inland i is about filly 1T.i's bad declined an election. Indeed s.r, I himself of the first boat to go to Mobile
trom tin to the Vice-Presidency, of the !: Said is small man, slender Pry GoodSj. ;
cast to west, UIK! from one fouith of we could nut have conv.dcrcd: the refusal Singlctary a
:! n.ilc tll one inileule ; the \est end ut* of Mr. Nisbct oth'r"'ise'than as a new ca- Unitod St :cs. What a b"onta'asll'' made, thin visage, bushy hair,, and apparently -

iisafc\v: miles; west of the mouth of the laniity befalling our city, il11 much as it to the fetes offered to La 26 or 27 years of age. Had.on 1 trunk fine brogans.l ,. -

_Apalatchicoia river, and is About5jjlu i is known that several of the AI.I rmcn -both served and fought here at when he went away a green coatee and +S'I packages irtry ,goodsf .

J..iesfrcm! the shore,its di; (:ction i is noith .-proposed, are not willing to serve if ekcied the sa'me time and for' the same grey pantaloons; and a black hat much 10 reams foolscap paper -

4.f Mst, and the tnst end ont is iot inure tinder any other Mayor, and that, worn, with crape upon it. It is not probable !, 10 do. letter..do.0. .
t lan three miles! from the shore : ubout on the contrary, we have much to expect cans J the one was a MarquJslne he will change his dress, for the .- 4 boxes wool hatsi i ... y., t'.a-.i-.,
t.c; middle und western part* there are from our municipal aduunit.tration if such other ,;'a schoolmaster I do not clothes he Has on are Relieved to be his ALSO "20do2. Lee's N. LodoilbI

wvtral very gocd hwiuntocks ; the south talents as 1'cnsacbla aHbrui, and such see any other difference !' -ISt it only suiCSaid' Singletaiy; .. is from .I .' *: ,- ,.:14 N*. ,H. ALL1NThhe13tb,1824. .
:'tc of the hla1\l1 is throvli Into xv/l) know Charleston, S. C. and has been compelledto I
up NCVCJJ good as we to animate all the that difference; which renders our .
: p-railcl rid ;i s of sand from rUtH ti> gentlemen alluded tp can be brought to runaway from several plac s where he 0 l.
fairja- .
L,> !fl cl hgh, the wild is a yellow: lirqwn ;;ct tog cther-iu a perfect 'harmony fur the distinguished men an4 our has been employed:-..Theab, we reward :
(',.'ur rrixeU xvith n few M-U shells ; the welfare of our city. die sui eager for dri introduction. :will be paid apprehending and bring- MARSHAL'S. .

x-'fkVru side ii lii lI'1tl'y, the fcrass seems The acceptancp'of the office of Mayorby to the one,and jo mpc'i averse, to i ing*the said Single taty to justice on application Superior Court r of l;ett'fToridal : ',tP.

'f..llt extending into thc sound, these ouiCkleemed iellow citizen Mr. Nh.let the electIon of tiie other ? I ani a at the.office of thq.Mercantile H..Nisbet, viijue Q"aT1

i.a&rh4s "i-e however oltcn broken bvfp (torso we now flutter ourselves}' is, blind dtni1"er'of no man, tub last AdveriiJierf' :74, Chartrc Stree't, New- V,? < !'/aUu to
la)&; bet wixl the marshes Mid lue we .know, a great sacrifice on his part," L OrJ ,nL.: 'i. E. P. Steeel & JBY :in thisWin.
1-liilJa& ;Ii, generally; J| .uc Luau, occamahy und a &Ucng !letlge which he will give; thirty; years have furnished ages' !': New i1 eis,NQY.2d 182437Sw.z Wood ward. I-ahflKproceed,

.'( interspersed ttith hammocks.liig of his evcris-stintf! devotedne s to tiiejjrospcnty of experience thijse' whlj liyeWe I' lf Peusaio1 to sell at PUBLIC AUCTIONytfor.caab; "'
,
bland lies N. E. by E. of Stl of i'eusaaola'';; a prosperity '1lOW'O8SeSS. the, yerjri: best. iY9fi9tl < in fro nt of the,Court House,jn the city o/

'corge*, it extends in'a line with it, asevtn with which 1.111 own, already-'very resprct-, man prance, has produc :inCie 4 ..g this daat Ppiaa o1.aon the first.Tuesday jn January
I ))OUl ntilebfil is less timbercd than ube! establisUiiienr, 'em'but boniincfisurate the tndstacre of'Coligny.aijiA. ;It;:65Q: per barjrel' ;, accordjjug' 'to the, next, valuable: house. and "lot :situated.upon !

1 't. Ll''l!:'. the pakiagt bet ixt tUcu iJ; l ly row'1 '(\hls being' 5 !ul, for hi*'coni.cems : =' "-1e1J"cl'lnust." gayC", unng ,the iw the eist. side orJ a fox Stre'e tj and

,I Jibout tin cc nHd. ,j I ex try xi'l 3te) and of the success deathsi, .SuHy 'and J b 1..t' g"'k 'Gtr.u1i t"__' q" 1.t44ur.-" adjoining the_ residence ).:m. McVoy.
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Jane' hland is about twenty miles in i(of f xvhich,'.iflic'JJCCOHjea partaker,he,will Letup haUhlhiVJctijust < 'l C',u '"4r. 'ii. "W" "' :' ." : with all the out buifdings, ,said,,loi being
"fh, and about Lreadthf it the catisfaciiou G l1a' !ri otie> of i Wct ".,' if J'i: tbaj' Mror: f
j J lt twelve in I, enjoy lasting of having 1,0, ,: ; ,. ., 40 ti"ioit'hyBO feet deep kenas the.prppe
i 1. vitlnn the line of sea-coabi, ami, is i t/ecn the author .ndb' guaraiity lumseU. sons of Gene dfajid. ,J.etl] ;u '91Po.t ,. .:"n't.182..1" '\- T.' ... 4 v rbjg E. Pi: Steele*"ib'satisfy thiswrit
! "J,tu b) abrauCh ct A constant residence in' PensacoU '- -'- and cost.T ..* .
I ,the Lckloeknev on the 's'ime ground! regrenext tlat i6'i.r s ... ?
i 1 "''III<: i Lie Diam blanch about twelve t'lepaitof )Mr.-Niibet, for already more I sister has,! brawn.f illi & -'1 .p I '. _' a "i \:: j.yymii ii j D.ii* ,! : -_
I ">li('iniui.uutii, and'juiuui.j; \est titan four years' has proved so much for J .Executed, i t ij'al: ,
! \I 4II'1I < I Il1 out c f the ,of her conjtjtutioni .. Wm. Sebree )[.: w. .Fi '
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J toru. unction with Newii-' him, tint to endeavor toy any _tl jug in I \ "J .; ,
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g -. 1". f''."t.H. ; :, '4 & Genti'dl&a' 'Paette ?* Welcome. gJl4'4 x."S rit\r

11'011. ETV FOn1c. ''r\iirclttt be '/ brethan4 'feel! a- : 't'M.otel. \ i' ':f'T

I part. None of.thfc" main tirdbirrs of tlie I IGl l thstrictofCoTiambia", to \,.. ': II E'stiscribhai.. (I4e.b ." l,

The Schr.. Caravan: bridge arc to baiesw' 12 bjf 12 ,inch- 'It.c 1'' it remembered; That on the 28th composition of 't '- "Jf t.

: I Ji J. N. \Vcr Master, having near-1 cs, squ.are4 arp hewed, nor mbi-e than '14 61.11 unte1gflCt:"* ctr\l1y inol' B'day of,August, in ,the year of our Pmac(. has now a'su pt:,' : Ct44': !:

1 I iy a full) cargo ready to go on j'by 16 Incite /quarcd and hewed, excepting his Wend* an
tr Aboard, will be drapatched immedutely. -. the mtftfv)JI!?,which must be'of Jogs- iveimpn>yrment8 in t..at twenty-four, and ,the Independence of I SO to $2. s.O, uty tile. O".tl.14 fh.m v tI-\. -

For freight or passage upply'to hewn cnilie, upper. and IO\VT; side* the :-.. *mfftiOt. and Tvell known ''e.tAbblihJat. the United States. of America, :the 'forty All ch "tible'in. t itutio.n''. {II'..' ".'"'

TI; the master,or bark talycn ofTthe :other s-i and thc j I the .. ninth, Joseph Watson of thesaid .ni.stnct_ ttd Stabsancl the poor. will T"t... :
logitscR'not less than tiro fe i t ft diantf! '' 0'1".1t.1I.: I .,1 i,
t Stone & NisbctNov. ;iI Hotel : hath (deposited the,office of the Clerk n. .
ter 4fnd to extend at lea' t four| feet :1.tj'eacheiid 'GliQ :, District Courtjfor tie' District of the iti1.cm.orthe'P'1" ;
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ii: ISth. 1824.biOiSJi. beyond 'the"'.e tc i'f{ n| t :! ect; | ". uml .t41'L it U t4,'* : open for : Columbia, the title of a book, tretigit; towns will, appoint an "Kent.'_C t :. r..t f

r4 ; & MSBET.pTlAVE the upright* *. The bridges ?. .j t-> T. i .1(' t., -No\.I I. 'JOhqn, I' 'I r tf-.vt..>ll A r 1 7 i 'whereof he' claims as'author, m'the J'ds (U-triljute tits medlme t( ;i .ftt i

leccjvod; per Schr. Caravan feet in tb c clear, that Is,w1 v '. .. i a.,' 41'd' (;\h".tcfr 'l \ t..' )IOdabon of following, to wit t. .. supplied '\Q 1t 't

4JRJi from Ncu-Yoik, und arc now opening the exterior sides of theupr.'Kiht: :, : ttlcap ':)Ii I" !.111 ;1 t.r. ti: .:: tl;1.His' lar- *' Freemen'sCrattuth'' or ISchcralFaye'ttii's IA This Medicine iscelel... ., :".ti

,.H handsome ussoitmcnl of goods'Mined silt. The floonm/of'* \ i tv brie. ., 1 ,>" .J i) .,\t::' :rtrc. ;i' 'itlk C.Ij' de- Welcome e in, the United States dire oftheoflowingdsc' M"i5tl'tlfi t'e 't J

to the seasoni/ : 0 es i is to be of sawed |>lank ;UJLX o -Acs I I 't{ \ I.1 :hr-St nriufJhrds. "I. irgtr Sta- 'being'a omplhitian, of the Proceedings or. Kin!g'sevil,'ulcerated 4l"ff"M ,. '. ':1
4 scisS thick.'The other bridges P, y in"!: 1''J 'the .-"ablwhwent! Constituted .Authorities hroationg; stah 1't l
411 i packages fine culltty knives, iic I .*rtf R.V!..vli to of the People'and eu :: .J <.!,t : ;
,. 1I 01l.&(. nnd plated wares, with puncheons hewed" to three inches The Bar Vcwiu.l2.ntJy sujr f : : ed ','ith the ,Connected with his Visit ; 'With'an culaneon diseases, white: v ''..l..,'lt :-I 1

2 cuftes Ganther s boots, fine calf IkoM In thickness. "The whole' to .be' pinned best'liquors. A Rctttroteur and Table D Appendix, containing, accounts of the.celebration diseases of the bones and all U\t1 : "t i

gins and J:, ffote, is aitached to .the cslablishincnt, of th'e 48th Anniversary of Independence rally of an ulcerous, character in j' .j

, ) 7 cases men's und boy'shats, assorted, Iher timber will admitted in the con where gentLemen'be Tnrntihed with i intli. principal Cities, of the nic diseases' gencrdIyarisin:in ,Lb'

:1 case .aumd kcrsejs md fclth'gs, struction of bridges except light. "wood"or Oysters, .Beef-Steaks, Mutton*Chops, and : Union, or selection tousls'and pertinent ted 'Constitutionsbut -more ill\ "!
wood
. 1 case stout knit )half hVse,'netts & caps, heart of pine; or some other Collations] an 110urs ih the dtor even : Anecdotes. from syphilis, or affection .tPtCaflg th't'1 1

k 3 sses cloths and cassimeres, ;assorted known be equally hard, djirable$ built'and' jpni. lie jias furnished hunsetf with the '* But they that fight for freedom undertake from, ulders in the larynx, nod i *, ;
be so
1. It .ting. The bridges must (from And thatjdreadful disease
hopes h&c.1
1 case mixed and blue sattinetts, assorted first rate cooks sincerely I occasioneJ
hgh: as'that no part thereof from bank to have been made long excessive; 'use of : .'
the great exertionsthat. '* The noblest cause mankin'can haveat ml'1'C\I' '
4 cases ready made cJilth, superfine hank shall ever be exposed (to danger to please,) that the pitbljic! will extend to stake It is.asouseful! : in diseases (fd:e .
freshets. ; .
from the effect of the highest .
blue, blAck :1IIc1.co ohr'c1 coats, do, liiiu their accustomed. .patmn\ e. U Religion, virtue truth, whate'er 'We 'CEll'l'JI'lC.I'J'fY. .
will be
Good) and statthch hand-rails re-
I 0 frock coats mililftry mixed: do. 'blue, Seth- Stoddcr. call I have trithin the last iwo,
quired to the bridges. Such small 1 branch- 'of .
I btuck and coloured cloth aridcassi* an opportunity seeing several
184-35-8t. A blessing, freedom is the pledge of
freshet 19
in 3Ct
cs.as are nevcrdevp enough Mobile, Oct. ,
le mere pantaloons, sat t.nHt do. bilk, vervinveteraleclccrs, iv'hrch.'is ,
all.
toilinot and cal imer Vests, &c. &.c. to obstruct carr "ges in passing, and have Fruit and Ornamental Trees, sisted previoosly 'the regular rI
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aatd that nol
.. firm sandy bottoms with firm banks, Henceforth, let it not be Republic
1 ; 3 cases fancy goods, prints, CAtitbrich, down and left, fords but in maybe this JiJ.r.U7 are ungrateful." !I treatment, were f.eacil by the usc''of L .l
cut
us ,
9 at fancy: roues", linen cambric cravats, I 8\\-a im's panacea and do belidve F.'f
I reserve to myself the right, when recieving ft @," n rNmj In conformity to the act of the Congress that ''VlO\ '
fir.e: : Irish linens, tmnh.ttt.'ltes gentleiiten's .1 what liuve seen, it \vHl
the road decide lethel.thc \ aJ'\Q of the United States, entitled An act proe
I fashionable ci-.ivati, fancy to w ) ; l. 9 importaiit icmedy in l'flaIus'tlltr at

r ,vo"ked besuiic sk bags, black ought to have been bridged or not.- rf the Linmcan Rol.iinc fur the encouragement of learning, by securing mercurial *.

'. Special inslmclions s.s to the manner of PHOPK1ETOU Sew-Yol' ofler* lt> the the copes: of Maps Charts, and di3ca.es.N. '
&c.
stocks & CnAP
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nariicubrl ; Books, lo the authors and proprietors of D.ProfesKO'r
opciii'the read &c. and more extensive collection
)hjsusi/nl
very
I o bd.1cfiu'4 price shirtings, public of the Institutes
lImPratrkr
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1 cave good quills, ;. plans and descriptions of the brik-(1t. ;.QN'." ,:Of Fruit and Ornamental 1 1q SUCH nwntio:1ct copies,' ,ancl during also to the the times act, entitled therein Physic in (h: University of P l'ni9h' ,.t !
cr, will be furnished to contrsictors. no Sin'L1) and
Ax:1 'fi Flovccring i have employed the .
.. iTrpcs 'an act supplementary to an act, entitled, panacea ju
vi.-itions from which: Will be aUo 'c AIIv !
. ; .. a variecanl.s {.' other goods in store, such as'cyro the c.t:? .'Plants! IJulbous! Flower roots, 'an ace, for the encouragement of learning Swami in -numcrons insfcinccs, wthiath? *

lhlilia'l'. t' slide*, wool bats, cotton imonnalicn respecting country 't.," !and nc-ir one tho\1<: d sptCecci : i the COJMCS .t' last three year.and have always ibui ij
se-curiig < Maps
thai I will communicated by j : by ;
.C. c in g-i\-c, he which! ire
kr ,*, l hcre Phnl'-l1Uif t efficacious,
Charts .nd books, to the authors and extremely cspeckijy In SMOlJ
t ina'he ] pro-
to
to
----- me uiiy person wishing propowhiik ih Coflcc, the j
the Olive, the Cinnainon ? piulis and mercurial disease:
fucii the tin' t'aiy ;
)1 ( copies, during esfiivren
SLBStfl.IBiH il- the of pnetors Ibrri
rlklkL : ti I xm at scat government: th.- liSack Pepper, j
Rrcf jiiiil Ii 'ica Tea, hesitation in it
tIC: no pronouncing a
mentioned, and extending medi
1k ET\y y ia.:. receive propn .!Is to i-pen by i:unei b'i ic the la;t cIty of: receiving sy'ulprupo'ihi.s. J &c. Cic. Cat:. ub"tv.s cr'vhei! m:.y be i be-nctits thereof to the aits of designing, of inestimable value. ,
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The .liS from the Ocklockony -
\\l' ttlicC of pa1 1
: E-Jtfcr inn
: named
ciuitn.ct tiiefolif.vvmg! se-ea by cullir.g on the \'r. 'GlnSO
and hi3torio.il and
i is about 1KJ ci l'l'ni, etching o- lJb.
John's liver
..; ]>:.;'! of tin? If.'iau, iai. cutirotn I'en.sacolato : to St. I per, ujvut foi!.o Prcittor, whovi! ; -Pt'ofe Bar of Surgery in the
llie-r
iiiiles, an I from the Si. .fohn's! river to St.Augu k-ft prints. ttni't'trlirg
orders with
ISt. Au usuuc, nntJ am
proiij! have hereuntoset I.Jf !1t1ln
I In icstirr.ony whereof
; ofiar, ilunir! the winter ine it is seventeen i.nles. I him. Oct. S;-3 :- -u_. .Jfll'IN1I1N .YTt41'ja
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Land and aitlxcd the .Chut
--- publicL. ,
\\ hen uitner of ti-f! ot the road sis --' my
pans ----- -
'I (If f 1 S2- ;-i, \ IZ : d:1l G Powder.ageuU se-ui of oihcc the da and Phib telphi3, Ft-h.! 17, 1 23-131an.1y.
,'(.)OI ted ready delivery. .&is i iihuul lobe I Nitre 1U s. my ) \ car a-
Iso. 1.-1 ronilhe land ngaturrr.j's i torcs Ult NT.: H. For sale! at Smith and Pca-SaU's
received by rne-, shrriiUl any tiil cuity1cbpcetr. j rJ'1I E. St b-cribt.r3, ; ior iiic proL y
I l"tl.-fOJ the east hank of the Dc olocko I E: corner of Third and Market treet.
ET) .f.l. L1':E.
it arise between the v.ili boc uplicd |
| .
contractj I j ?, nsUxity
L
prie-tcr
.:j. river, tIle Ending lh! \\ est. !Jik Each publisher cf a
; ny to un : the Jtzirict Court n newspaper in the T
C'l.'loj *
ors & inysc-lfi s'tch dtte-rence thaii be .lc-j with this poV.dcrvnich! 1u'i bv-PIt in. ulypprcVcd I
t of the LI. Jehu's river, oj.poaitc: ; to I'lCOJ J cnicd|by some uj'.ntcrested th'.rd personchcseH 1 !by all who !t'v' u
: .. by jointly! ; tir.d! &11 expenses ?tuc'i I It.'cmnrl1ca:1.d: to fit 'rchj-e-rS .1|I The extettt vi'thftvurk! can net. be anti- adv. niscrncnt once a month for Ofte Tor rand
.; J'\u.2.-1rnm the landing on the 1 cast .. hut it is that it will scnd.thcir accounts for payment.
te'.rjji.g ; reference ahull be at the is warranted equal, if net superior: ( !I c5pit presumable I ,
J bank ut the St. John's n\xr ut i'icolala to () .t uf ute contractors. I any made in tho United Sutt,, and far I.,i nut ij.-' less than 12'JO octavo pages, nor AN
' ; the ciu of it. Augustine.'I ORDINANCE
Tiie- privilege l lih:fto'cxam! ne the above Ltonelon TowPro:! Far lIe zuorcti'.un 350. 'iVie en:i-aving' will Hot ,
.9 pruposuts for 1\t>. will be received five exceed thirteen. To amend the ordinances
be less limn ,nor to raise :iye ,
'il be
road as j it .t reserved to by.
by nie in person at the sent of governnieiil ;ier.t rdl progresses titr.ea: before its ccwpleuon! ; A. STONE. & F. tl. NSBEl'. The prica: ot the 'ouni.m be between ime in the City of }Pensacola passed i
; : fir loi'ida belween the! loth and I' 1 iJ and 2 50 and especi- 29th December 1822 and 4lh June
b JJ persons, hat i
when, if in judgment the contrac'or J.
t ?0tii of December next ar.J opened and my :
; I idlY the jouth Jtrc solicited to extend ;: SECTION'1st, :
4 Ls rot proceeding in IllS \vorh :ccordm :
replied on the last day.t ; 100Notice. work iniended to Be it Ordained the Jtoard i .'
to instructions and his contract, und ther pAtronagc to a by of .The> itren ;
t my
111? S The propobuis for No. 2 \\itl be received J, shall; refuse to obey or disregard iiiy directions : I Jaoll t'i) to vev, the reward 'fiat virtue of the City aforesaid, That for tho I .:
r by :r.e in perbon at bt. Augustine between 1 r.r.il receive the hands of lrecnen.Tiiey and '
1I I valor a.t present year, annually hereafter
i I shall then be to alint.1the '
,
: te! 5li and lutii! February ret ; empowered I Ifl. direct their there shall be levied and collected
LL having n'illplcusc to subscriptions on alt ;,
forthwith open
contract he forfeiting: all I\ persons :1CCIIl1nts. '
and orcd i.d to the laft
.$ Cj :; replied en cI .:ms for compeAsaaon for the work Jo.:e I _3 with lh subscribers 'ire- desired toconic to tHe subscriber, poctagc paid. houses and lots the property tif persons ,

S day ; but' ;n cxie ot any accuic'it pre'chtIint 1 will also receive at the same time for--..-.rd and cLOse the sim c vitnouidelay. :.j I Pmitcia friendly! to the (;!!ject, will!, by icsiding vithin the corporate limits a tat i\

.- 1.1)iKcdium being of there ai tnat date, through with the others, at the seat of Government These having Ci,:.:!!:* ajj-uriii the i rc.'-1IH lt&h H6 this, perform an act accepth of ttveftlyfive O'nlso'n each tine hundred :
ine tic) i'ost Ohice advlccd
for firm, will pie-use present tUcm for :I : rlc! to '.ue public, and will receive the dollars crthe.atu iher of. t tSsc .
for Florida ; paymct.
to :., at bt. Aui'U!tii.v, vitcn! avoulu.bv .- propolis opening I
: C > no i their Thai
oi 2d. Or/teW
the nHUted of the fllal.< the vubacriber by having Be 'itfurtfurr ,
1 _- de-la in &oUn "'i.ic-.n shuii. following parts same *
; occur. i '- 'I ries ins i.tcu on the list'Oi patrons of on all houses anei Ims, wituin this city oc '
The lovi-t si retLnssibie bit each I roud ; but, :t s such proposals cannot bedefinitively \ e 1 ha *e on Laud. a coiirik a:sort- i
in I acted th. of I t'e '.'lr)", as will Jso llwsc who may fur- its jurislictirn: cLiiined or owned by ant '
by at &t..urr inent :
cate'ail i h e to ujioii inc rcvervii-.g
: :
fecccrpu-o ir.y- ;
i.&h! ;atic1 or other important matter or rsoiK, not residing therein
'
tlier.iVtic whole a witi only ae necessary to for.vard themhj' any person p- -
seu c 01 rcjee-tin tnu letter.Z Dry Good! I fcr the pufJli .,tion. I there oh1.il! l be levied and collected a tax .
ii r.c itvins no i.tA tOiL to l bevjcii I
njpf..r! I (iroce rlc I II JOSEPH TATSOX.Washington of tl/Srty-iive cents on each one hundred.
'.S irc reano'idbieBonl WUi pencity Itt. From the East flank of the Chcctavl.actiie I City, ",;cp*. 1. dollar of the value thereof.S

and ,\ji'. f
Lc rqutr41 .1'( o'mad'z till' Ut thful I river. ( Queen's G hts ytoiie & i1iiw1rc7Id.hoftiLe United Sfutet. on all La' "vftr"i'iiysici ins and pecr.3
jlbrituntc oi each a..d .
. nsulcuivectpi every N ot" law, I Jiuta MUXMOSJL
2ii. From the f t*t Hunk of the Appvlaciicoia i pury-.unce holding civil appointments uwlerneral the gtj
rt: d 1""' t. TiiVare
coura : r.ver to the \\ est BUlk or the i"residelt ot the United" States, do or territorial governments ecqtlnotuts

% Cf.r..rat cars are to b entsrciy 'under OcklccLcny river. which will; i>c so!t'f':"!' lOT for cnek oaly.Jas. hereby proclaim und ir ke known, that public and justices of the peace,!
: na\ dr'-e.Ui, :ind subject lo _:i) order* a public.sale will be held at the rnr/t of
not !ar'ersthsrc shall band
; ii. c\et) tnii)0 iviati'.ii to till') road. The same directions to opening this : .J>. Selhy & Co. Jnckavti the seat oi government of the bt-Ing le.ieJt
. ; collected a Ux of live i dollars
01 tlie route will
I lioUioi iiifiie. ccntiacts H lake*), must scnbca part for tlie oJher govern, asa.re pi c- l'c.1-.:::,I.,:h-th Sept. 1824 2.T \. state of Mississippi: on the first .11omla! SEe. 4th. 2it it further Ordaimd, Thai y

:. br co.:'pieiuu by the oi. t Oi December 3. in Deccr.iber nejct, tor tie tispo.al} of the there shall fac levied and coKucled; on I I
lo: ::.. i UANL. E JJimCH, jtfy Peter MbtPROG\, .. !qp1r f the c :: of PtlI.at'at1 Land situate in the following described ,
in the of fift
dog ityaCoresaid, a lax ;
'i ;.e hrst" that isom, .-Jsat.'Or. Cluster. tovnships and fractional townships in the
tie Ol.1tolor o'.on)' cents which lax shall be paid by tli<.
: Pcnfacola, Nn'cmbe5t111 *. LA.l'IArrIOtI.'ftfl1H" district of lands ceded the United States
to tue M. Jo .n's rsvcr) must u cojir.reuc- 1 owner cr owners U ereor. u

;: Cslfii te !m; tL\ ./i January r.txt, ors ; \S Daniel E. Hurcii Assistant I by the Cuoctaw: \ncli&r.s, viz; : 3r.?. 5Ui. lie itfirtlieiOrdained Tha

i* u.l' it pz. ctlcauic ; uru [iS'CUlUt, PKNSACULAv I \,1.7 Quarter Muster U. S. Army, in pursuance &u oflfo Jleriilian. of the Jiurict of the personal lasts enlioned in the 3i

i t;.ui u tVom Uu: liU joJui's r.\:I'ltJ :t. I or t I.instructions or'lhe'War uepartrr.enl Pea lliiver.Fractional I and 4th paragraphs of the 3d cection, al.

i JLutustiitC. Ly uu I'rol uay oi larc I. 't tftfL .1 L1,1i'f1. J.l I bar ths day :nadc aye;', to the "o_'nJrUp.i so the lax oij sword canes &c. mentioned

: o; ai.or.ct li piaciicu'jlwiut; 1$' cllh'tr ) I Civil Authority of th:3 corporation, the Nos. 14, 15,.1<3> & 17, of range No. 4. in the t\\ paragraph of the same sec iqu

: oi tie cuniivcts' a-.io.il bo CCf'ildecl be- v \; rcccive" net scnooner Caravan three b uildin known as the kitchens cf 1-1, U, lo, & 17, 5. I of th r C".ln nce of the 4th of June ia$

: fIe the aiipuiiilcd ttiiic; *, sue!* pisU. of thC C dii-td from is *w-Y(rk, an addition to the blockhouses! two or whch; urc siluatcd tt'sst of tile ;eridmn J.ille of the Choctarji I are fccreby repeal -. : :

i-ta.* a.MijL-UMcr will Uc rt >,eivcduy me rths for.ner stipj/ly ot books among which in; Go\..rnment Stl'cetanJ the thirdon JJ.fti-itt. Stc. StKr Jfc further OrdaneJ1'

;. .1,1 proinbtiy$ p ui fur. are "the follo\\g! : Sevilla Square ; therefore this is to inform TovnshipsNo I I the taxes on slavey on saddle horses,gigl

I\oad\UiiLtscaiilie m?,le, but if it is St. h\\c\lbytheauthorofira-ocrly the Citizens of Pen&icola, that said t 7, 8, 9,_1 0, & 12, ofrange No. 1 I and four wheel carriages, ?hall be rai.4

liObTtu, cer, UiH pu inciia HIJ be uuuic /idnglield's; iledical rractice, buiidings are, from this date the public; 7,8,9, and 10 2 I r.nd collected in confbnnity id the OnKa*

; \>j me lrt):n timi to 'jnu%, la"IIK sj.eeiuingurii fvauklin's Jourey to the 1)01uSeM, properly of this Corporation ; and that! the 7Ull Y ,3 jancc 'of the 20Ui of December 182, U'subsequent -

I Ist. : to the. work actually done in:! ren Hajji linba's Adventures uuieriaU) oithbsamc}i Jt:1J16 intcndt-il for &K: itf the .Uen an line cf the Cfacta-a? provisions to the
to be ciur.c V.aJo's i :;.va llcros, Pro< e by a Poet, contrary
Dining acccrjin' to lie.cottvact. I the improvement Of tins Oily; ys the Uist.ict.Townsinps. uotw t1'standilig.

: :. I!i .1)1'5 stor'j Museum, SaleuiV"ilchcraft, i iCoitiiwn'j Buiirtl of" Aldermen mav dire et, it i is forbidden SEC. 7th. Jnd be further Qrtlmxt;

AneCdOtes, to any individual to ( etroy .s.ildbuildings N.). 7,3,9 10, 11, 12, cfranjXolTiio That all-tinxl the
4? Pcisorcposiagfurtliat. part of iheroailcoidpribeu : very provision OnJf-
T Anerdotes
Snorting
L. : in Iso. J, are .Ito ;;tMs or to carry away :iny part of the i.ir-as reserrt-d by Lw for the use nances cf the 29tii !,December, 1822 and
rcqnejle iiregoiy'Chesierfield, 2 vok. nutcrial3 thoreot, ur.der rH'11 of bssnprosecuted of !,;, o,U ;..' for other will: be
; ;i .ik.e: two :l'LI proposals J one ti; .rm'v's I '; puqiosea .th of J > ;h Letteis to 'irter .
: ucconliu toJ.tw.Tiip excluded from the -ales wInch will .
4.: i commence onli'
llic r'.d altered
iltalU ut
i.tLCi'c] > .1 ijinij itilit. ( or by this present
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Scb.Uuan'b Ii. aul I fhsip.oraort'sj new collection of Anecdotes, 2'oiicc okhcer.arc pc.rticilarly directed :. \vt hi the towes>t number of s. uso''flStij)4 nance shall receive their full aud
c:1'i xr.eout; i' epexecution.
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cln.lc: tiie I I' "'! Lc ,Vace's Dcon Two Sticks, I to altend to the strict: execution at ( inl range, and will proceed -1 -
.Jt JI(1L: i ;:i lunigs niu I"J-J
Li Peyrouse's) nge.Living'Plays 3 *cls.Sev. this proclamation.; in numcricil order.
re-guiur
1:> Ictt ;: J.c.lear: ,' and u tit \,, Saml. Patterson
Crusoe
Hofjinson Given tinder hand anil tiive-i under Hand, at the of ,
knosvn to toiroi :1, c.r in K-.y my City
UIAI river
I L ih1iHp'3 Speeches, 'l'lUel's Elements v I the this lifieeiilh JuN' President Ie!. of the
lo Ucntikii tin btotie cuhnnns-me .siio'li- I sea! ulnu1'eitsiCoia y r..i ). ...t.l Washington, day of pro.
I Talc'; of My Landlord, 3d Swiss, A 1>. 1S24 -lJm'/ J4JeT4 '
: ,:"1'L. Oi1t (.$JII'I" \IC.1 .> is 1'C C11"elit' tins; the J.ofUcloLcriiJ4. d.,> -
'- 3ott'. Uuly of the Lake, Approved Au 17th 1824.
..! St. \,It'tIIIt 111 JAMES MONKOE.Jly ; ,
fU exiiectcil \Ia |I II W.dkc: 's Three Spaniards, 2 vola.Hntler's l P. : the President: Al.UA..VatfAr., .
:: ALBA. :
! ; 11He Divotfevtll accjnin. :iy UiCThernad I IP101JtV Farmtr'K I -----o -
!. I Muutat, Byt Mayor tiEU. (liJt.\iL\, I Cnntonment Jirooke, lIlillhJ1'ortgh I

4 I I I1 J\urbauid's 1.CrooUJ W//i coloredplutes, fc>. Parinantier, I Cofiun-asioacr of the Gen. Land Office.JV. !I Jag Sept.,18l.T .
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'' IS t.) bs opened sixteen feet' Je'j>ping R 'lI n-i: i'Jnieitiiiiiiientviivi : ,, f' Scc'ryoitneHoard of AldermenELANX WILL receive 'till the 1St0 ,

':-1 "UL tix-v! ] : outu.'iill: tir.bc-r, brushirtil i !;\ .,' Geography, Gregory's Legacy, HASBLLHU1ST, 1.. December next proposals, to furnish, with fi6?*

... "I wc.u..i ether rub.rsft: to neniiioved Locke's & ihicjon's vlssajsliodgdsni's EOOKS.ST n 7 tiJ draw deeds, bills of sale, pow- beef the troops of the United States Army

.., s' f-.r. .t. Tiie-.Mtr. pire lo b.c cut down : Letters, Linnet Song Book, ,1 f ers attorney, bonds &c. in the I ,.that ac or be stationed at C&*
t "' lott to the': Life of l"ranldml5! 1i:1 received for sale may
k4 .1..H.Hl a 1o 3blc.: All 10n'5 Life, ai Vi e Pens co. mot appn imed 1''I'IUtncl attend to tonhicht Brooke llillshoroti h Bay WIhc

m'h\. ; i', n.iiyxumpy' ground must b.? Watrun's I'bihp 2daul 3d, 2 rsllawes' /*. c.:1; la Book Store, other writing which may be committed any to 1st January, 1825 'till the 3W 'of

I. cM-i -.iyt--l 'xTXLS' Jioiii 5 to 3 inches Life of Newton, Putnam's Life, A fc\v Ledgers, him, with promptness und accuracy, and December 1825 fnclusive. -
'I in .h tf1l ler, at the v.r.ullcst end, !Jaid down Bonaparte's Life, tier
I jLaviBooivs7 ion reasonable u-nns ; his situation in The beef will be required to he rvered
,.ji IMSO :\,41 iicrouuciil. The caisewavsare Astley'fj Cooper's Lectures, eaCh
the clerk's ofiide renders
'fl to h._- iit'u-eii feeLwidi and i Perr-ei's Mt-uical! I Histories JoacuitLs an application to the troops on two (rIAJ. >n T
sec irel I '
: to him convenient for those who in 5U
may be week, (the days to be designated)
-t :&t each'end *hh he.i.rid..lJ, fimilvitk : Mu.r.ij's Matcria: Mcdica,
about to execute instrument their11
t F cd down. itchcs tour fct wide and i Phillips: on Indigestion, c Leiicr liooks and any ofvri- quantity asmay be rtquiisitefOr
iiijc which is to be recorded. it nee!
tiona each And I tk*tn
on J
three fsuft (it-t-purc lo t)'* dug m; .' 'tCIt side t Uaudclocquc's Midwifery, thiidrnrs Copy Books. day. dloose

,,j I of the cau'e\ays nrni the dirt thr! jttrn up I Tolt r.: Law of Executors, WE SUBSCRIBER say to apprize those who may the
: lljem Hlackstonu'j i '\T.'llasell -lu after to contract for ibis supply, that
:- fl to leaving It h'gliest: in the centrv. j : : Connncntaries 4 'Vola. 11 t. Received beS
4 O, proper intervals, in long ,cause- I Itishop Home on the Psalms, Oct. 30th, 1824. f d1s by recent arrivals the beef will be required to be of'the
I i I following goods, in addition to his which the market afford, land p
tnr I Mtfahul'ii Fl'icn.l'81""arn can j
;, \V1)S, or >n i very wet ground, open 1), Stc. kc. &c. '
former stock which buwrering
he will the
i sell low for cular attention must be had to
; Jog brit cs Tnt be constntclea in them, WHICH; Mail ibe
/ Arrangement. cash, viz : bomlsiU
!
t thereof.
to let tie \vatcr ths through. Where together with the stock heretofore on Approved

: :lI.V on r1neway shall exceed one hun- : hand, composes very extensive and g-- DUE' on Thursday at 10 A. M. 100 bbls. Whiskey. required for the fulhlmentof tlie.c6ntr3cta!

f;: (;rJ yrjrdsh{ : icngtti, it A'ill be opened in neralNoUment of books, and will be I i on FriJay at 1 P. 100 do. Olio; Flour Persons wishing to contract ,vi 11IPC**=
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1 the centre, or at each distance of IoU ;J i sold al the New-York prices for cash.i .- Robert Mitchell make their proposals in writing, :

t r yards, ur; tr c cl may be, to the: width \f'Li. Country Merchants and :public urjprivate I I .50 pieces Scotch. Bagging. and directed to me at Cantonin,
(
U j 20 fectj I fur a distance of at least 40 feet i Libraries furnished on the most liberal I Post Master. N. H. Allen. Brooke, ilillsborough Hay, T. ;,F.they4. I

; t WlRIi he swamps (Jr other ground cause-' lei-inn, and such books as are ordered and Penjsacola- Oct.jlst( 1824. the rate per pound for_ which < ;,

I; ,f t wayctiw.xys s'naU he of, such a riuture as not to !i are not ('n hand,.will! be .procured with as I NOTICE. Custom House, Pensacola ? famish, and they shall be inforpfd ?. y.

U'i l a.fwrt irt sulhdent( to cover tie: caus.y |: little delay as possible. Orders from a July 16th. 1824. j acceptance of Iheir proposals, Jltft5L t. f.

; i t mu.st"bt* carted on to them. :i distance.Avill ,be as promptly attended to, .my'absence from Pensacola '. NOTICE letter from, or on personal tppbca abO' ;g;

i Uis contemplated to establish and meet with, the lame. liberality as .a SURING.,H. HUNT: is my agent and me on the 1st Dectmberhe d3r :'
Masters
a ferry 1 fact : Vessels -4
after round mentioned.
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f the personal application. .
i a t u'unce ri\'crt.nd will be ( '

(; quirednml to build list there 45 feet rC-J' :)V''. HaseliHunt.77July .. to ;;, John' Miller. ing T&rtar Point. V JobnPae.111'S "" ':

:,' i -- 1fc] t wide according to a;, 2824 Xu' ist 7Ut22-tf, i' iTOHE Collector has fixed a lamp at the om'y uh.'l VI;'1 J
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vlncbtor. hal! be ; corieoftcItstom.H8use
t ; \ furnishedtotlte contrarJ _i_ : ..wbicbwill !,NOTE-There being.no 'direct .M '.
t I It : M the other brunches; streatnk LA.NK8 -, .r 0' .\ 'l\"E'XT. belighted exery evening, for the benefit bng '
*:'#.* ; Brooke Yth
; ." Cantonment persons
> t. .' -of those .'
{ creeks or _. .r ?# v] wfeb arrive after dark 1fOUgb
;j : lagoons nvcrs are to be' bndg- z to posals are advised to duect 1
iI
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I, cd1 such stream shaHjele8i than ten Shipping Articlef_ ( I' T T. as3nta desirable HOUSE enable them to come up lo the proper nsacol..l'ost Office. '

4: feet.Uti le, with: stniriijr log Abutments for .i qbaating laluf l .. .'* j- "I tLOT..o'w.ncd' by .Col. John U. anchorage. TheLight bears from the j 28..-rv.- --'- y

the floe beams, to r'SlJUOIl ; and if more Slave. '? .e. ..!t. L ,Apply. to, Point N. N. E. distant. about 6 .miles.- '
and I .. '
than tco feet wide with' f alaunch frame l. : Manifesto : ; JEtobt Mitchell.v The depth of water wilt vary from 7 to 4 ,p 1tJ l IYU J J' f
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.bridgcj built upon trutles or arches. none I I ,. .BilbOfLdijg.,' ; ; fathoms. .Coodanchorageuwill be found Executed with neatness ,
F le SefltfOrJ.R.Fej .
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01 I lM"0 cef in la direct line from the "
ei light in 2 to 5
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