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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 27, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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I'tJL1 L cratiou of' 'rcpttblicsi they. are, .in% be found here, and 'we dp just nit that .the every'Vherc' prevails ;
IIASJELL! RUNTS other of bad '
rYV.. From the W. JS. Palladium. many cases].much more kmalga- we please." The day dome servants.
I I Drunkard I mated than; the\ various 'parts; of wicked fellow: put up a building on The othf, morning while I was I

EDITOR 4YDPR'PRIRTOI2. Death arid the 'heali1. G'reatBritain., 'If .a citizei, of, ,the ground, which every body said sauntering: through the market
ofile Jr"s of the l7/ ,lltizl'I. His form was fair, his clie'ek was with of
,; .Vr, United States can ,m'ake,1 oe, ought to belong to our church, an acquaintance} a man:
Subscription Fiv dollars a yror in ad. His word i p bond his purse was weajth} ; Office fortune who a coach and
"' With wheat Ins field were cover'd o'er, he, is at liberty \ abhoe. \ a- right 9ppoitethe Mayor's ; } keeps
::rf.d'crtisemcllts" n ellt."l3.t Opejollar I Plenty sntsmiling at his door ; : ny where between' Lake tntario we just gets a trumpet and blows four servants, he made: his deli-'

for every; twelve lines or under forte His! wife tie] fount of ceaseless joy ; and New-Qrcans ; he may sole on it all through the, city, and when cate purchases at the butcher's
'I first insertion-(:ach subsequent.,.- Now b1lg \'d his daughter, p1a..'tl his boy. the Mississippihctl on the Missouri our boys had 'mustered. we rousedit stall, and then said, '-' Cut me oft

tion-Vifty Cents. i( His library, though large, was hti read 5 hpid., -measure Mr- Birktfeck on into the street in 'about fifteen about five pounds of.that veiny
h\lfits contents dccjcM
Single papers) twelve and a.lialf cents.FYr Till\.1. mOM,'"('waS health, wealth, purc( ticI the Little WibashJor.,take (tvhich minutes, and there ,we left, it.. This piece ; and here ,Cuff;' run down

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)--- + \ i h'trf\ot 'd ttri"hif 1jfJ '.- .y.: i Ihc't t'tr ".I 1ttl ...: .t'Mr:' 'the- citizths' sl6od looking o tirnnu d' Whal'sjthat\ for ?" said 1; For
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.J Tis gone !:! but all the blame was his.;; I Monroe's 3j foot j on thel bank!idf the dare not say a wordthis is what T my scrvu\ts.u\ hf replied, I always ,
-' iirolishin at tJ\e\ Scat of Government But woeto-the.Cobbler call a'real land of liberty. There. market fdr'them separately.'*
I. Potomac. ,
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The saw
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of l irwiti.r, glass
The more:vilh festive,wiUo please. who, having made Hessians boots are some poor fpec.pic here who 1 Now is' possible| that a master ,.
A Weekly |N.e\V3-Faper, Daily! ;iiscre? ed Ins love of cheer ; for ihc Aldermen of Nev tasile, have been turned out of their houses of a family can lOCK up the 'sub-; ..

f TO HE EJiVfTLEI) TIlE All littlf! thought he I VTJA...near should venture to invest with co by the el- layvyers, only for not : stantials and dainties of his house I.
(iradiril indulgence! on !im .t''le ; rent talk now of righi- I from his faithful and honest servants -
florill.t \\ig \\; eY. ci'vcthe niidritrht howL' riaceous intcjruments, the leg of a. paying they
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Frequent < iri'g them and Chen pull down the and fob them off with a
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JC soliciting the! patronage of a gcncrous I in the h ,':d the hcatl-ucJtc placed, liege subject
1 of of jailwhich is a: disgrace to a free I coarse bit: and a morsel of lish ?
: public in the laudable design WhichsJ| : the jqiciv his lis; embraced. ant in a. nest red ants-a '
iMTu&te: i ? local and general intelligence) a.. SHimae net I mingled in the draught, Stitcher's dog in a fox-kennel-a country. So I hope you will come 'Tis ,villainous! The "SBsty dog

;::',;.{g the citizens of tli'.syouiig and flew I1idi;;:: flt3 ho,:\-omkm bu 'nM. mouse in ,a bee-hive-all, feel the over as soon possible, no matter who IOOKS.up wisbfully and anxiously :
rl.r': ; Territory, the IMiiors feel that I.In the bowl's IJOetJ:11l'ud..r l lr'f/ I effects of untimely intrusion :but about the cow they afrt good for at you from under the table,
which al.! and ;
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embarrassment, glee.
dix ur..l hc tears
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nothing here and give love to seldom fails to obtain a good morsel -.
attend tic: commencement cf every Remorse then did I in it pour ; far preferable their fate to :that of my .
vis: :
.:.iV-prse t : the termination of which is in- I lie only ongit! the bou-i tlC! more. Uwi misguided ': who:misled Kitty O'Flanagan, from your lov I ; and why should those who la-

vvd: in the uncertainties of futurity. : I inin :el[ ,i.esljoint.torttirin ; i, by six-penny} histories of England ingbrother&c. bour lor our benefit, those who run
y.I.< tVeUng solicitous to be useful tn tie: : J.'ltle tilt; lesdid he r.r i\ilJ. and his to have I of our errands. clean our horses. l
ion-i:urity, 0 ey avail themseUrs of l! ej.r I, The: t1te, !! in the cup I mixt ; > contriving countvy -- shoes, doth-e;, &c. whoc'o k,
:-ciita: tc1otL.4: :',=1.,1, in the infancy !I Still to hw month llio cup was fixt. ''iecn united at tilt Heptarchy, From tlie ..y. 1*. A'alionttl Advocate.
wash, scrub and scour, \make every -
soliciti forth his nativej town
to from.
(.. :; nev: and !gro\vm country ;;oes SERVANTS.
?..-. ].t1IOflij. an(l stij'.)urt of the citi1.c:lS I I My cm;<,s: r".es llus in vainI : to SuCh freely in the .se -grt! limits The complaint of bad servantsis tbiqg"around us comfortable i
i>J tiic interior, to a News-Paper, the im- ? sent the lll il wretch to restrain. of Albion. Hijn the ;Mayor, universal the tides. They I and neat, be treated with less ,indulgence ...
1''':lance awl iitilily r\vh'ich, if ;properly I On tie: I bou'Ts bottom then itself \ iiim the Alderman! him "the Recorder as than our dogs ? Liberality
will be disposed totltc"tion. threw the- must abhurrent elf i' have as many faults as there were '
; t:'>conducted :o one jr and wealth do not
Sessions always
I Of a1! thsit' mortals hate or dread; : him the! Quarter plagues in Egypt. Lazy, idle, dirty 'hand go
The' resources of this, delightful: I sectioncf I! A".vl thus! : in horrid whispers said- would worry. Him the justices saucy,, impudent, extravagant, hand ift ; unfortunately we
tae country, its continuity to the Inilf. .' iiuccoj-:: >les-, t1l111SlP1'3: I'Ve sent, before triitl I v/ould long lo get into drunken, dishonest, disreputable have too: many proud rich familiesin

..f:,Uj.ccand: to a fine hack country of Thy it'niiig ruin to prevent : the Trl"a1 iii!, and .would .much i awl disgraceful. Now under favor this city. t
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(icon;!.., as also its central situation, in. Thcrlel-: ; >.ons noughtI'ohere ami ; There who refuse their"
IL' tJi: "* jiJosiii: !* expectation! that it will Think not my threA'ns; tti defy- Untcnl, that hy a recent act the} the poor servants have as.. are some ,/
t.ji be could not do so, evfti with the in- servants a drawing of tea, or a
("" ic u p ..cc, of coiisiilftfibSo! impcrn Swalioxv tholi lhi->,ihy iiit 'tv/ill ; |I much difficulty in obtaining good '
(\.',:n wiif$us tlir: centre ol' refinement I I\/r Aitl'i it thou must swallo! ,v =-U '!" tr'idm! JLra,
"..".i.I.. 'stli-miii_:n' in... P.III'HLa....._... t _, --_*----:2---: -'tt.s"_ _'._":"_ the Doni-'tit 0 he was irird: I, they procuring good servants tne the few privileges to which. they'' ,.
'I he r :'mi ii; 1s1'u.Ha: rr.R isdcsignru :."\.J i 1 ,..- him in with ledoublcdenergy are entitled, and snarl and at
would li
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e.l"ll.\.c\:' \.i t. ,.; -. lu evil seems to, be reciprocal. I
to "*" :t, eh.clc:nil accessible of )local and to ail general l persons..ufvr.ia1'i' *, -.- 7- __________________=x==:==F, __.J : knd leave him to' read took occasion. to pay a visit to a them as'. if nature. and not circumstances
which is extracted f :hinj elf inlo I conviction of the bar- had made them servants.It .
who iiiny be desirous of discussing topics The following, I > lady of my acquaintance, and had
cV a public nature, or of communicating fronS the Kuiuburgit Review foi nat'lJS 1j aiituii-ms of his: corporatioathvidcd scarcely 'been' seated a moment by is not, therefore, surprising that

kcici.liiic;, t'ci"ches Itlu1 literary essl 's. July last, althou:;u highly! ump cuunti-y. '0 I II her side on the sofa, when she opened with this rigid system, there _
Jlut ail !pcrsema1] and invidious d'sputation, I should he so many complaints' or.
: IIIC. :.ry to our country, i can- :tier w1101e budget of grt fs.
**.tr\' ,1iu..toratta. ( k .CHI- private r.hi.10' : : *- ., )bad servant .-tb.y are not pn.
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; R cried moral to: all alul online religious domestic ltlmcnts uiscuiil so must! the roads, and so must I publication ; of course omitting or lap dog ran away?" I. byithat; system of treatment
<* coin -
the inns.. They arc of course what Ch:1ngin gall names. ". which would awaken pride and
an. internal,ihssciition. Its politicks No, 'no, aid she, worse,
\\'i:1: be iiepubiluan! while the asperitieskiulrccriimiulionsi.f these accommodations are in ail Dir rothe1"-l wrote you soon I worse than all that ; I've' lost my stimulate them to do no wrong.

parties* us far as pus. new cpuutrics ; and much like what after we arrived in New York, lei- i servant ;':'I sent her away ; packed Much has been said respectingthe

.ble: \"ill be :l\' idttl. English grcat-grand-fathers :talk ling you know, how I liked the her ,cfl hag and baggage." l"lU Ah, evil consequences qf treating
'J'ne pt.-s-i, type ami paper win heitaiutruilcly aboutfas existing in this country' land of however it with There
: conveu-d to TitlluhuwSee, liberty ; was I'm sorry fur it ; was she a :good. servants. familiarity.
"i.xrltcuuni! of,,te i,nn iu>\v resides i ,) and I''at the first period of their njcolIcctioh. : not so much better than Limerick; servant I" "0.. excellent, honest, is on this point a medium to be

tiCj! l"Jhlic.tti'lll of) tic p:per co.nincnced), The great inconvenience, aui-r all, :I was obliged to work, tfor industrious, clean and attentive.". observed. A gross familiarity

:tt: stuni a sufficient number ofy.ibsenUr however in the eyes uf uii Uuglishinanjis a living, and because I got into a And pray, ma'am may I be permitted -' should be avoided as much as,

ure CjLt il\t'l ; wliicu it ii hop.'II'uhl (: one which! more &ociablt I : little()'<>, they took away my money to ask whaYwas fault ?" a stiff and rigid hauteur.. There
will be in the nio'Uij of !1'm"r.COXJlC:1S. .
( jecieil travj'ilcrs must feel less acutelywe : :, und kept me in jail two Her fault ?" said she, "I'll tell is no necessity for a lady to ,make

The I'l.oniDA iMn.LuuLNmt will! be mca.i the i"nnposiibtlily: of being i weeks ; I soon got tired of that you, sir-I found a.man sitting in'' he/ kitchen a _saloon,. and her servants -

puMUhcd.' on a lanjc! rojal 1\l'dJ.t Five a '.IJ"*, of having a mom scpa- 'country,:end have come-lo the sou- the kitchen, sir, with her late at. her companions ; heror- e

JioVurs per annum, payable in :hh'allr,,'. satty: : from the rest of the com pa- theni parts. I like things much night-in the kitchen sir." "\\"hyI dera sjiould", be given :with 'decision -

It ;isiiicfMViry that this rule be invariably ny. fTliere is nothing which anEn better tycre, a14.adYU i' you. to my dear madam, you'would not. but with mildness and courieiyjwitfosiitsejtness -
with and it i.s i Hit all : I
viio complied hoped ljsh-.iiari enjoys more than the come tq Mobile as soon as :you have him in the parlour, would : ..and. gracious-'
i sign, will consider its hflpu11.tce.AitveTtieucflts >. of suliiine&s,-of not be- Phelim and David ness. Herservants should feel
will inserted at one ;iJt. isure can anditry to get you ? 4i No, sir, but I'll not allow -
dnilar for the first publication of every I ir g I l'v; rct'il .10 her a word from any to come too. This is the best such carryings on-the hussyI .: attachment mingled with. respect ..

twelve lines or under, each s:>ubsccjicntinscilion I \vhicV. may occasion to him the, neccssVty country (in the world, for all but packed her on, auI here I, have i and no; mistress shpuld. ever wound

fifty cents. 1 I \ (I f implying;. I. not so potatoes, and they dont grow here, b en nearly crying my eyes out I the feelings'or pride of a servant, "

five Any person, shall subscribing receive the and sixth paying yralis.KJitow for. :I: much Mr. Hull disdains to talk.as except, ,vhat comes front N. York: without a servant : I have adver-I by .loud upbraidings and".,.complaints .

copies are requested to insert ibis 1 h'.a'Mr.; Bull :ha** nothing to I say.His and they an't good for nothing. tised in all the papers, but nothingbut j. nor harrass them by :perpetual

'l'ro ;pectus in their respective papers, uJ forefathers have been out of Whiskey is only sixpence quurt, rubbish conies." At this moment jars! nor :deny them trifling

to ass.st>> I.Isin obtaining p3tron:' 'e. Our spirits for 6 cr 7 hundred years, and youjctin get four shillings' fora a rap at the door announcedan favours: and rational indulgences.-
Incnds generally, will confer a iV.or by autl seeing nothing out fog au l'a- The customs of countries differ
: ? ) whole] day's work. I dont work applicant. A clean, modest, ,
forwarding the .'mes of su.ci'u! es wilhDitt 1
pour, he h out of spirits too ; and and have and our "impressions differ with
I (lflay.iG" but half the time plenty and very pretty girl, made her appearance -
I : l'fcac direct for the present to this wheji tbeie is no selling nor ,b ;y- to eat, and something left for nighttoo. who declared her errand them. ,Dining in a saloon of a

i phce,or to Tallahassee, I ingor: any business to settle, he But: the best thing of all is, in a soft, and low tone. The "Spanish family on the borders: oT

( en-dim, Crane & Co.' piefers being alone and looking) : at eoplc never have to pay debts old lady put on her specs>> ,- and the Guadalquiver, I confessedlywas

I'ensacola, 13th October, 1821."STOP the! 1'e.-They (the English) are acre as: they lo in Ireland, you looked close under her bonnet : surprised at hearing the

I content nilh the_ Magna. Charta httvc only tu go befor, a justice You wont do, young woman," black-eyed, nut brown maid, who-

TUB 11ASCAL. and Trial by Jury ; and think ,they and he :fixes your papers and figures said she, you toopretty." "I waited at the. table, give her opinion

a:.c. not bouut to excel the rest of it out, ill (handsome, just cannot help that," said the poor occasionally: on. matters and :

S2O I'f e, 't-; ;} 1-'d, the orJ .slD:1il behaviour, if lake a merchant, and sdon makesit girl. Well you wont do, I tell I things, with perfect: ease,. decorum '
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4' CniTAIN-STEPlIEX:: | : Ti.! SINGLEi institutions.. debt, your creditors ,owe-ybu' and rc'cctaand melancholy. -"Now. although early prejudices respecting -

.i A.TAIIV I :i journeyman printer, entered 'We arc terribly afraid that then you sue thcnTfor jl't"and''put pray mauum," said I, what objections the familiarity of servants, induced '

J.lIib'h ill i,o oilico.:IIll of t t U'CW le Mercantile.heprincipj: Jdverlier putt of some Americans spit upon the, it in the paper John O'Twistem, caw: you have to beauty ?" me to ', ondemn the practice

the: two forms into pi. lie absconded this floor, even when that floor is :covered against his creditors'. fand tell They: arc all husseys, sir, I wont ;, !land I inquired of the mIstress .- ,

Jiioruinjr, hut is supposed he lurkingaluiVinj by good carpets. Now all them the squire has appointedsuch have any of them. Yesterday, in whether' such was the cus

h'lIt the I and will probably avail claims to civilization are suspended a ,'day to hear them arid, to sailed a; tallstrapping, red c ieek'd tom Oyes: ," she replied, "our
Jumst'lf of the first l>oat to O to Mobile. tjill l secretion if thing servants are our friends ; they are
tUs
Said ;s otherwise' come up,. they have [any girl, with a meriuo shawl, black :
ifa smut slender
tn1Jt", tliiu SinglMary visile, bushy h&ir man, and, appa. disposed of. No English gehtlema to say for' themselves. There. is Leghorn and feathers ; 'shealmost frequently .born'and diem. the, family ;
) .has spit the floor since six. of Them' in/the stood feet'in her stockings I ; they share our griefs,: arefaithful j
hItly. 2 i or $7 years of age. Had on upon or s,even. : :papers seven (;
'ItIt.a !lit* went way a green coatee and the Heptarchy.." every week; 'A man sued, ,his creditors 'she never could have((: come honestly .. in prosperity adversity ,
;i'c y pantaloons, und a black hat much "The well bred'En 1ishman is :four mes, and 'beat. them by such clothes, so I' refused ; ttieyarfamihiar.wLthout presuu113g :

"\:'"I'I''"e. with will crape Change Uponsit.his. .It dress is ,not for proho the-'i never seen to pick his teeth, accompanying every time, and ,ha got 'trusted hireher.; Another rap,. and, and" affectionate. ivjthouttafiectatio .;

tJlCS he hat .pn ure believed to be his the operation :with, a. I most.enough' to sue again., There .:another,female appeared, who an- .;they knowheir duties -
'"';Y "Vit. Slid Singlctary is from: noise not nuike that of a sucking is no shame' about,it,.,for'you', dont :cquncediher..errand/_ You wont and perform .them,cheerfully :i, .

Cilnle-a.tol1.: S. p. and has been compelled kit.en( Sc ever & anonbringing the cheat any, body, it is.only.a 'way; to.; do," said the.old ,lady, you are they are acquainted :with. theirIright ;l

1u 11 runaway from several: places where lieemployed. instrumentb twcen him and the pay,off: old debts, and; peopjetda j :it too', ugly.' .'I: cannot bear, to hateugly :and will not' relinquish, ;i

:\"ihl 1 Ol'en be The, abjvc mid reward light, or using it.in the 'manner: of here when their creditors'dontthem ow people about me/ Here +".heinl'-. :. : ,:
for bringSiijgktary -
Jt 1), tl\ pajet paid $, Apprehendinj to justice! on ap- the,pouncet, bagby Shakespeare's : more.lhan .t1 ,.? P wa areversejf. '-too." .... bandsome.apd. . ,.'. Thiais\atjeasta' pleasing: f not I., '

21&.cahon at ihe oTice of the, MerciiiitUeCq. gentleman.. The practice ofspeaking lars, t1iisrc is ;r ': e pt<<; .tpoTuglf... ;Inihe'sltortspa: : c 'of: ,am, 'enviable picture*. The'. wellkbot "

.A Ji4eis.WOrleaiis4o.\.cr\i. r. ; :. 74, Chartrts Street, :i ew. I at table, with the mouth 1 omat 1.ldel>- I ;rfrl(!!!, half an.!hour, :half.dozen! ; 'appli.cans .Bonbr.the::French, ; :|s:::al-

: .full of food in a state of imperfectmastication : tries to; makeaittht,- Pl. 'wer esbeard .and-; ',ditnlsaed %- ay4n.1nfleni1AI: pe rieni ) .

\'. 21,. 1824-37-3'w.. ..... : is a vulgarity not. tobetlaimcd what. he owes: .hiihim \ 4 :'; ipme;:were.Too'fat,'. aofhet0i : always'affectionately,:.devokdaHciilticKcd ; 'I-

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., l'UIXG.. : ;' but the practice.uflswinging as JheTcanJthert; ; t"'.). .a;';boyc :weannoneco4&u'dertalcetQ: ( : ; ; : 'ift ijnpravemeBts.to: be macJe ::'ik, <

.t. i)"\'.. thy ii.; RUNT absence Is.sn, from ri'tgeiitanil. nsacob.4. ; back.on' a'chair,'madcj) io [restbnlthetwo .: toucli1him. >4 ..,.''an411qesi4eaitiJicIppdCr ; I" '" cqkTscbiwasbTn. akej43wen" 'tbcsyatera ofMring.' servaHts., < Iff'. -

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-.JOl1n. mhi.. ., dexterity of a'balance, master, |nay working hard ;4nd,- v.ijfJC fi Itin.'.._... > _o\"i!P triofithi'' ,.. A"No'won" 'er "tq,14 rqno v| ezvatWc. :,:. : .
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, 4 r. of the and 30..gun.catsV lich, vrcrc' fei- [ On Tuesday: ,
situation
1 I at a place, and at the same' ,t\tne'to' those Irighls, 'faUppose11t" fk:?..1Ifl-,.- ;out changing'delVernon.de the .- ther wrecked,destroyed hy the : s men ;Mongfo last"' rt ttffas a* a jRSlS; '
I treat Iwith kindness red .what'will fcereaft 1iean 'Marquis: l ,
servants a s ecu '
1ie'ITuki'who # '
fircsl1ps.All! ship \lV
I the Duke Greek : Salisbury, jd
Maillc .
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for their'I childrra r.rjY
'WbICb'vCruld uiducetnem, to independence d; :
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stay
. ,putvto the the'iklIf'ax 1
it Count de Burgcs, were,lajiiled were : staiion '
least there ,would( less'careless : ) their children's. 'children. ;f1jijttm si .
east
t i at a year, : Jbc or.al. has .beendiscovere t
A Point stt' :
; Count dc sword. conspiracy up et
lorl
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lJt IkiI Ja Galle, .Itr -5)
F i ; Extravagant, and indolent I .. ;t Can sUch! a proceeding'ashis ; :
de la here, organized, by certain thcrtSaWuiihhVaVV.1111which! a.
IUati"Ni .ount'SostIu-ucs I
; I pmou8,,'Decking, places.: In ,\ be legal,> Iflegal, is it, (Constitutional : -
Cala-I 1
had
't. Alexis foreigners \'ho'ar.c at : ti.IvHslaughter .
escaped
!ItDC' and ,Count from !
4 : domestic fpncrni: 5, there 1 k-'a reciprocity : ? It. is certainly not, tlJt?
thepart fair d Int.NewYork :de.:INopbel}Ve: '.appoiulejil Aides- 'matevaitin'g theiSgyptian squad o'.tscrC\l.me..rub ,
_
clMuiy, fidelity on, a1ihn7J flth ,
t ron.The :of Nayariu had: wzmrdstliejahlyerect !.l .
,; garrison tars
of the servant, and gootTtrcatment Common Vleas, Oct. 20,1824.j le-Cam !t.o.bitnJcstr.. wift 'hi
,i on,the, part of the mistress ; I A. B. vt. C. />.-Tbis ,action Most of the officers, of the, 'civil! in consequence bceri ',reinforced, in the airv hep' ati Ul .ft' ,.-

, the obserVancc of which will relieve J j was brought tilt owner of some househol4 of His Roytl 'Highness; : and posts: :are established* to ,set junpcdotit; of,his'p.T'-ilV. VA ept'
: t I I us from the most unpleasantoTall skins Deceived on freight at New- Monsieur are appointed 'lIon; <;u'ary fire to all :the villagcsat the first and, he being: an ,lmqlenae CUt, ;-
defend. .Chamber.Workmen danger from the Turks. fellow, stood in'the street.dS/! '
troubles-bad servants. t Orleans, in a ship i of the Gentlemen ( fthe signal
... -.-- -&J-.-_---- --- ... I ant, under a-billof Jading to be. are ( mplod in hanging Befote long, 'also, we shall know In Hie way of,the bull, and ?r.
: ., DO.IL'dTIC. delivered at New-York, (damagesof with violet the, apartments ,;'of: what we have to hope or fear from him in' the following' ''' tds\\;.....
,. the'scas! excepled,) for damage! the late, king in ''the Thuilleries, the Egyptians.The "Bull, [ahoy! bull! ahoytI -

; Easijiortzt.. it/.-Arrived; done to the skins>> on the voyage and, the other. royal residences.. -Seraskier Dervish Pacha I Drop'your. ,and put yoVhtfa
L this day, the coasting schooner t, by rats. ,Evidence was given by, The Greeks.-The, .Fiench: I papers had not been more fortunate than sin i board oryou'llrun, aboard??
". Superior, Kendall, Boston. On I the'defendant that his ship.had a: of the: 27th ,September, give his predecessors ; ,he had lost al. : ,me!." i'fhe, Bull, ,co ,hnulnghit'
.t; the back-side'of Campo Bello, a I I cat on board, and that it was impossible an' account of an attack 'made oy, 'most all his arm.i attempting to' couI sc,'cJ.tne'in contact with,j'?

I suspicious looking boat hailed and I il to' provide any certain, the "lurks on the Island Samos, force the passage of Thermopylae. and capsized him ; but Jack' '8w '.

ordered hirti to heave to. Capt.. protection against rats being on which ended in the almost entire Letters from Alexandria 'com- being intimidated, sprun;;' (toni'
.
c I ...- : K. answered, \Vho are you !-. board of ships and damaging: the .deslfuclion( of the Turkish, expedition municate, the important intelligence the ground, & Shakingvery u cJ9f1t", .

\Vhal do you want VHeave to, cargo;; evidence was also adducedby by fire ships, uid by the that the far famed Egyptian gdod naturculy obset'y'td; :

d-n you, or IM1 fire into you.-" the ow.ner of the skins to the s wotd. Letters had also; been received expedition had sailed Hgiifns the bull!, "Oh, you lubberly b '
p u Fire and be, hanged) -how do I .&;.contrary. in London, from Leghorn, Greece from that port on, the 17thof 1 told :you'how it would, bt:." "'

know !but you'are' pirates r" Capt. I It was contended on part of the confirming th*: account.Jn July.1 It is stated to consist ofooo General La Ftcctte' ,'\.b 'is,t .. ;
: K. still keeping on his course, I defendant, that_ as the damage by He l whiz v.ciu volley Clf'>alls through, rats'\vua: vncTiot to prevehttfd r wefind the' foUo\vir. extract of a It had mif: appeared, however, on ly,'vvheie received with the 'S 1It' '.
his mainsail. His men then leaving i provided against by human care I letter of the 8th of ::H'peG1( :" r, the shores of any part of the: continent euthuslastic welcome whicn a :

I the deck, Capi. K. took the :j and skill' ,' the owner of the ship fron Leg horn .- of Greece previous to the ed. his landing on the America atk,*:

k I hcl'n, and kneeled IOU u on the : was, by construction of law, not 'Yesterday a vessel arrived herein 3lto1'A ugust, and it is therefore, 'ihoivs.: The,t public prints of that\ S

'. deck, and steered with one hand I 11'uble for it ; and, that such damage -, twenly-fourdays from Constantinople not impossible! that it. isstationary country (which we rrgretVcb't' ,
: und loaded his pistols, (u hich he I! was a peril of the sea, and aul| nineteen from the Dar at Rhodes! or Candia, until the I nOl room .quote) devote Iargeporiion'of : '
therefore expressly exce ted in the dandies the of which deposed season for active operations shaH :
their
: had ordered his boy to hand him I i captain I columns to the de.
ih from the ca'in'with the other.- bill of la iug-. at (the Office ol Health that have passed away.Constantinople I tails of his interesting journey*
During this lime, the boat had But on the part of the plainlifF, the Turkish fleet had !been beaten Aug. 26.-The land thedeep! fceiiitg'ofpati.j0 ,

gotten .under ,the stern, arid fired it was urged, that the contract w-as by that; of-the Greeks, the very Captain Pacha has at length directed I and joy which his presence j in.
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. several well directed shots at him, I dbsoluie to deliver the goods in moment it was about leaving Milylene his course for Samt-s. TheGreek I spiivs, though to a cold observer

,f one of -/Inch: passed a few inches good order, and therefore it wrfs for Sarnos. The Greeks fleet, which Kept him in I it may appear romantically jn.

: over his head.( Capt. K. then not in ihe ship: owner's power to'' with their fire-ships bunted three view all the time, has taktn, it is I tense, must afford{ the veteran tol.diet :..

-. htpo:! up, 2.l: again demandedVUo J fulfil it, it was his folly to have entered -i( Turkish frigates, and look two said, twenty of his transports. 2nd'I of Independence a graiiGca
\ are vdu ?H The bout then I into, it, Sc such impossibilitywas brigs at'var, and the rest of thc two thousand iroops. iris said I lion which monarch might enn

.. ramed! ..toH"! ( J 'id1, and Capt.j Kendall I 'no excuse ; and that damageby 1 u1'ki5m fleet Was separated and th4t he has effected a landing at I and is highly honorable to ihe A! ;
;. with Ms loaded pistol in his rats was not a peridot the sea. dispersed, in the environs of-Mil-: Samos, ut as yet there is no official I merican character. \\.e shoul.1

: hand, threatened to blow the first '1 he court, (Judge Irving) remarking lene, and many transports haG experienced news. The Samians, who d- I think lime indeed of any countrr

: man through, who should allempl that the question was considerable damage ; sire to imitate the Ipsariots, have I that ,could forget the services cf'siOaily S
.. to hoard, lje! h'5lolf thcut making one of Jjrt't\t importance, and that ; the troop t which wet on board destroyed every thing on the coast, and disinterested friend:

f. thrntsclvc's known. The trembling therefore* he should intentionally had erished. The same Captain .. and have now ielreacd to the I I and"he too, a foreigner%; ; and we
midshipman! replied, tha he I giv> an opportunity to lime his : said lhe plague had mode great mountains so that it will require I should perhaps, better compliment,

: belonged t to his maj.'sly's brig decision ictiewcd, decided that ravages> at, ConsUniinople." : geat sacrifices to conquer the Is a free people by considering sucK -
damage by rats was net one arising It will be that both : 1&1lh1.-Ncw: of
2 DoHt tell ; that he will not hurt seen, ac- great importance a demonstration national gratitude
4 :. you ; thai he must, 'n obedience! from the act of Gtid, or perils counts agr 'e ,suh*>ii ]1::' Meiers,. board: every \TSS'l.II .- of the Jsea, and that therefore, although the result of the natal haute ; but l'grol'lnt, il is said 6,000 Turks i holding! it up as an example of

: : was then permitted to come t'! jury should find that one says it took ,iace at Miiylcne, I advanced to Athens, but they patriotic virtue.-LiesrfiQ-A Afer."Liverpool. .
-on board l, !but not liking: the there, was no negligence on the and the other atjSamosVcmust, found the Acropolis occupied by Ode
ht.VC ,
. : ]looks of the Vflw.tfy," very soon part of the ship, and that damageby wait fori i time |o clear up[ the the G I ccks. The Seraskier appeals againo advise a continuance have of
1 ; ih'parierl, without demanding pay; rajs u a* inevitable in its nature, doubts. as unfortunate as his predecessors -
: the dullness in the Cotton marker
: as ia' former cast for the shots j I laud could noi be prevented, still: The following paragraph; we find : for almost all his army ,
.
and further tnst ; hare )
price* fallen
.' fred I at IIIfl..Ldd.Z7ZCt.' I i that the ship's owner was by law under ,Ihe, head of Semlin, Sept. 4. has perished in the iaits of Thermopylae. :
I in thc month 1-4 .
: : Death Warrants.The sheriff ;, responsible.Tiie I \\ e learn from Constantinople The efforts made by the past perlb.Jtis -*
remarkable that the!
Ir. oi milimorc cJuntL... received I defendant's counsel took an : by authentic letters of the 13th of Ottoman Porte thIs year will not importfothis
the death warrants for the execution I exception to t decision : and the i August! that 'Omer IJrione, Pachaof produce the expected iCsult-lhatuf pLt'is less by 20,000 bags,
and of American
ii., of: negroes' George and Henry jury rciuirreJ their verdict for the I Joanilina, is declared a rebel by cuucing the insurgents to entire than at' the same by 130,000 of bags lust
period
. convicted a short time ago in Haltimorc : plaintiff[ according lo the decision the Sultan. This news is highly submission. The internal state
for the of tie! judges the Greeks. of the is year, but compared with the yearI33a -
county court, perpe-l inieiesling lo Beingdelivereclljrop I : empire as much a subject
isct
., rfl"* *.1kr. t thct import ol'ibiyear,
.4 tration ol'a rape upon a respecta-i: t / oI1u'vel't8fr..l'lr. ,a poxverful CI1 I.n'2 I. uneasiness.to, thPOJ1":1- 'as rUe about -
exienU
-
J**' *& *' \Ta '}.':-.m,". n.I' ht".citLtt) become continuation of the I equl
< } is to tlt.ia'aHy" contest with
.4 -....iieJ.;va, v. tf coSimyi; ulmercircumsiances \vlic( etngoing u
of the most aggiavatcd tcrdam, has obtained a pat nt for thcn1ay .realise the IJI'f'dic- the Greeks. The Sultan seems There is a general CCmlai1rof ,

; '!; nature.i They are to be hung 15 years: for making paper with lJnl;, accbrding lohicl.. the triumph threatened with the greatest dan- he' unpr titaiJle s'ate of tile ct.I -

I a r:*! 4 in the jail yard on Friday' the 2'Jth Moss, intended for sheathing vessels.1" oftheir,: cause is to he decided ger. The Janissaries murmured, I ton trade, in consequence of tihicb,
j.dl'u : ,' S in Epvrus and Albania." were discontented, and ,demandedthe I as the spinners and inanufdcturers
instant..V. i. Spectator. ,_ --_ ----_A_____ .. '
I I. On Tuesday, sentence* of death l/fJi/.E- [;.,'ftI.. Thcl'C-is good giour.d to lit lic\c removal of their Aga. It wa' J are undrr: the necessity to hold
1- thi The Alb.tiiars have to with co: siderabllsteels of Yarns anJGoods
11 t I 'vas passed by JuOge Story on --- account." necessary comply instantly I
tri Perry "Anthony, convicted at the ; Frtu.i tlte JJaltundse .iinenrcn. 1)ees some'ina's ctJ.;ajed icr tl.t; Tl- cr demand. On the 20th pIaI -"! they.'are, in many instances

last term of the Circuit Court of LATE FROM: ENGLAND.liy Turlis, i i, and aomvtisnes tgain I I cards were fixed up, threatening compelled to hold very light
! 41. the U. State?, of a murder board the ship 'New-York, Cuptain ti.em, and: are atwys ready to Sglr: the Sultan with death ; and) demanding stocks il'the;: raw material. Tfcc

.llI : an American vessel in the Bay oft Maxwell, arrived at New-York ,the Turks. whed any thilgls to be that his eldest son'should: dealers also aie averse to holding
I. t: Honduras.rl he day appointed froni Liverpool, whence she sailedon I made by it. be shewi to the people andshouldaccompany much cotton, as they have sufferedby '

1)): 1 1 for his execution is the 21st of December the morning of the 2d of Oclo- By extracts in the Journal des him to the Mosque. the almost constant decline

; .I:4: next.-Host. Pat. brr',. Deoates.from the (Orients! Spectator The youth is eleven years of age. wnich has been going on for so

r : Provldentnl. JRica/ie. ,V man The. last advices from Spain, it appears that the! Greek population The Janissaries say that the young many:: years. The public! opinion,
: \working tne brig, building by s'Jte the laic Minister of. War, '' of Sam s, consistingprincipdiiy Prince is in a good state of health, tlu-ii appears to he unfavorable to.Co -

!'.te: st's. Scott and Dougall atthe (Santa Cruz,) ,and the officers arrested of women, "bid men but the Sultan says he is troubled :ton ; there' is an vxpcctatioa

1 Current St. Mary, having ascended -I with him, remained closely and childen' had been obliged to with.t.'pi.lepsatid: as they appeai- of a large crop in America 5 next
r. r the Sears! erected for the" purpose imprisoned. King Ferdinand was fly to. die; ,mountains, and hide ed convinced, alter having seen : year ; but in any event, no OSSL 1q

It 1. of fixing one of the masts: : labouring, under an attack of the 1 iherrrselves.iu caves ar.d fastnesses, biiii, they were the authors, of I i apprehends a scarcity of liuTartH 1 '

1. I while on the top tiie"foot-ropos gout. to avoid: the fui'y of the Turks and these ?Iaca-ds. As the Sultan acquiesced cit,. The owners have generally:

which supported! them gave way. The Prussian Government has the ravages of the Turkish fleet.They in the Janissaries demand declined pressing sales, but there

.1, 'Perceiving them to be falling, Jie issued a decree, forbidding ih- had previously: set fir.e to this proves trial he does not are no purchases upon speculation

gla leap over the side of the I matriculation- of'anv student in the their houses, and carried: into the .believe himself in safety. At the and indeed many speculators

bri and struck! with his feet upona universities, until such students i t"J'iorlh tet.'r part of tlu-ir same time the artiz n5 o'f the: dock- are selling out instead of buying.

:::_ : Sl .lf C'whIch at the same instant i !. completely prove that he belonged property or provisions they were yard revolted, and also required We quote Upland, ordinary/'.7d ;

'p was struck by -the falling spars, to no st-cret association able,to transport. The Greek Government thai liieir .\a should be dismissed middling, fair 1 3-8 ; fair I 5-J;
tT $ and precipitated to the groundby and>was connected with no revolutionary Sidd decreed to send a I which was granted them. \Vhento good fair, *8 1-4 '; good and fine,

I. which circumsiancc, the vaulter (proceedings. flotilla to their! iaid. these lacis is added a prediction S 1-". a 9. N. Orleans, ordinary,.

i ic.\chcd terra firma without the .F1"ancr.-Th reader will find among In the same paper is.an extract spread abroad by design, to announce 8 ; middling,,fcir, 8 1-2 ; fair, 8 3 4;'
,L; siighte-sl'; injury, not even feeling ; our extracts an account of of a letter fromNapoli de RoinatuujjdauM that this year is to decidethe oo.l) fair, 9 1-2 ; good 10, fine 11 '
; : the shock of striking upon Ihe the' funeral of the late King of Aug., in which it is ute of the Ottoman Government 1-2. Tennessee and Alabama,Z&

:( :1 stage: so instantaneously was it France. sutrd th[tat Uie Provisional Go- you will easily judge of the 9. Several cargoes of Egyptian,

.-j '. taken: from under his feet., His Qi Monday the 27th ultimoat I vcrnment: of Greece has !hern- ,- -recognized -- state of uneasiness in this capital. Cotton, arrived here during the
u p !leap; was; from a height of seventy noon the King was to make: hisentry by the whole Greek nation Fortunately the relations of the. last month ; others for this port

n:!: or "i..htret't.- ; and upon striking into Paris. His Majesty ; that a hundred sail of ships Dhau'with foreign powers arc in arc now under quarantine at Milford !-

; the groun.l, hs bawled cut with ;her wou1! come from St. Cloud and -haci been decreed to encounter the the best: state. Lord :Slrangford and 'several l large ships hare,

voice of a hoalswain : All's well' pass: by the Bois de Boulogne.He .- fleet 'ol the Pacjia of Egypt ; that has received iloitiSt.. Petersburg lately Iwerrtaken'P.. : ,*"
l -and well was It for him that all would set out at S:. Cloud at the familitbof Hydra-arid Sp zzia, an assurance that his conduct has ton at Alexandria. The price of

i ( was \\'cn.-1Jo! 'llrrat Time. half past eleven. He would mount apprehensivv o'f a visit from the I been quite satisfactory. M. Otten- it may !Jh quoted here at !4Jtl 'al ID r

n; : virkan&a Military Lanr{" l his horse at the gale Maillot, Turks, ,had "bfien transported lo. fels continues to exert himself to l-2d, hut herc is considerable! :
I
L Those who: haw earned or pur- whither the Ministers of War and the Mdrca
in : as'an assylum ; and obtain the evacuation of the principalilies -- ference' in the quality, and some
I. ( hast."Jiiiitat Lands in the Territory the Marshal France
)
were to that about 4000 men were about to ; aud apparently he has ordinary has been sold in London
4. i of Arkansas: wi\uld do, well repair, to wail for and receive. hisMajesty. sail from Conljneiual Greece, to succeeded,though the result is not at 8 3-4d.

I, I to look to them.Ve have received When the King reached assist the gallant' and devoted defenders in accordance with the Russian From t4.: Soutiern F61rot.From .
,
; i a list of more thsn one thousandrue the bdrrier ofJ'EtoiIla saluteof ,of those islands in resist Ultimatum. "

i4 1 / /.?, to be sold fur taxes at Little 101 guns would announce the lug! iheantkipaied, \ invasion.A The ." Al\I.'ltaz=as.-By CaptaIBruce *
IM: ', Itock on the 0 t.l of November, entry of his Majesty into Paris. letter from Triesje Glasgow Journal, has the :of the schr. Isabella, I from..
( Sept. 14, following
v hi one county only, and for one The; Municipal Body, having at gives an account from Zante slating Mr. Owen paragraph respecting MaUnzas, we learn, that ,'otit1 :
who is S.selir. .
t : !car's taxes only, viz :, iwo dollars its head the Prefect of the Department that ,the among the passengers 20th ult. the boats of the U :
..' Egyptian. fleet hadari'tveu in the NewYmLMr. ., i %
and - "- Porpoise
forty cents on each tract of 160acres. of the Seine and] the PVe- i: t 7 0' (having gone
in the Alorea that "
i : The advertisement of this reeL of the Police, would be at the diss i >,entions had' broken out; new to embark. Owen for set off from ,Derby pursuit-of Pirates) came into:Matanzas -

L : sale is d&cd :A tag. <0; and published l4 barrier, when the Prefect of the the ,Greek chiefs, sonie.of: among horn' for the the United States, with a Piratical schr. ot.-
,; I Aug. 31, in the shape of asupplement Seine was to congratulate tile! I had : the express purpose of treating hout 3tf ions, having captured: hC r
espoused cause ,of lhe for
the
a. ,purchase...of_ Rafifi's 'cele in the ,(-
the
: : to Arkansas Ga and bay ofSiguapuatJiecrCwhich
King, present to his, Majesty Turks and that it. was feared the brated settlemEnt '
:
:i : zette.. So that, supposing\' r)' 'thei keys of the city .' Captain Pvachaj had, of Harmony, in escaped on: shorefound_o1'
; succeeded .
, I "
in
: proprieior in the Atlantic Slates "' 'The K llg would then proceed an cluding all the landed property board of her some dry,goods, ser,
aiieinpt, against, Samos.; and
buildings a\
1 to be furnishedrith: ar, copy of the lp rePamewher the Chahcelorv From'' J.rJ1 al (fri flbuc.oFI ." upon 'it.rhe properly eral' nautical ,instruments' ,
; :i t advertisement ,(instead of ,no, one ( the President, of the Council i ':s- FUjM-Glif CE. contains more than 20,000acrl's' much! clothing! that was' bl45 :
F of them,ever seeing) he might, iihe pf Ministers. i ''t Ministers of NaVjfrlfi Morea. 3000 of which arc already The Brig' Laura Ann, ShaffiJNewYork .
) jius. 31. i under .
L ,: "' set out the moment of receiving. State, ; the Public! (fdiesthe Peers -: f)1eQtI6' Uan' : fleet, has effected cultivation;-About IOOOa- bound to Havana ilt\li!

:., : it,''by dint of,great -labor and,.gooc of France, :& would >e.,ready on aJaudifag,at:Santos. 'ihe; Greek i cres more ,are,rich ;meadow land I I jirked b erJ from South' Arocri |

_-_ 1 ..". 'luck, reach' th.epIaceofa1c\vithin. .jitoarrival.} ,After:'Divine prvW fehU'jMajeaty flat, cojnmanded; 'by ,''Miauiis Vo. on tluzbanks of the Wabash. His hadhcc. ta1cn_ ..possession of T:
: object is
_:y,. & a', month after tilt sate. 'L'htsjsab. 1 :; would proceed to th6Thuillerks. sos(arrived 'at tHe -same tine-.a to erect communities up-, the above. pirate, about 3 days>,
\ solute ,of'the righs of-the v .. ') on it:, similar to the, to be' ,
-_ }1' mockery : > ''t. .furious battle.folqwel| | the plan put f6re. .she:,was recaptured<< by j
i,:; ,,soldier wio fought, 'for his" land),J ;i The' Duke dePoliftnacJsiirst : 'd were.. v ctorlOUS.! The; Turks, ,Greeks losIoneIjfle \:\ execution,MotherwelK The. boats tof the Porpois' ;an' ,. ;

'. "<,..,.and of:,.those who', !by. 'purchasing; ,. \ errf ,orb s Majest :;'wh. : of'battle ship, 3. ,frigates extremity colony is situated.of IlUnor'on) the"southern- :, ,whole[of !her r \V.ungt'\fit '.i i
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A LI -.J-I CJCgy and.lii\,as complimcnlcdwith tS EtC"tS.oi t.9)un was .the best land are 'rcqifcirtexl to.leaf eV, '
!= fr ; swamp; : :among: ,;. ; ,, t"f' !" ( '
!;; J"l@@lli 8 I ajaw) cracker .fro"en.his nnia": ,'I' I j I ) e: vt'c' : t '_ -&;,;,t' j'j'r ofth.e,Territory;Axanal has'beet Wlt1t.s W(' aJ or:Obituary;notices. .::",'',';.,-

>)E _- ----,.. ijonisi bne. rpund was made up of..i: I The Ock! c ; jft Ja i.n: iomeraplatetl' connect thisiranch ;;' $A r'tk'pr.\ ey* ;mar-% ,.} ): ,,

-- )AV'- -, NOV1flTt275824.150 :. good couvtfr-hitling and SQckdohfffrsrfa : Georgia and pasesgii Gads'I ,of the'-:$uwaney; ,with ''the. pr tF atrt V"i wbtea has'occurred, .m our" ::" '

... .,5.\TUIU.,,-- :=>> paid an unpleasant visitto den. County1abo'IIiJcs;.::west I St. ,:Mary's.' :TJie-Si., ;e ,praait ctybavesonmtine3omitwd: : : to no. ,; y1

CCIOl.-c\ti\JUt bales have li's 'box of dominoes-and B. :Jof: Tallahassee* Ati bMRtUof-jJv3v ( Flp-T. i A.u8jttalIy.poj| !o. iice. ;.Santafify 'is. tice'1b aienjif accidentalr/t-'and it has: ." I
received in wagons, and I 10hk'S"1 made' a wickrd 'attpmpl"bfthT7iotatd rrftTau Iis' avnarroNmdncrookedstream : I a large tributary streamVoich >rises f&eli' {nUnbuted to intentional ncglectpn >,: .
been of other who !! deep ,and :,navigable for 'in .the Alacnua our 11 :
the Eliza and Jane this tra/ the replied ,country, and part. .
; tnore than. i: hundred"irojiles.. It the side of the Suwa l
10 to 14 by raft/ling his adversary on the enters east
fleek., Brisk at from ogle kc. But llit detail is already Ijas many; .r.anches' whic,' afford/ !' ney about" fifty miles' from ..its WUP) !k1m\W :
of fine to.t e\Vb lespace o
water .
upply
? ( The .
and it is mouth. Great Menatte
springs '
cents. sufficiently;! disgusting! # "
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ami
of
country betweenjthis: about ,fifteen miles trotbe
made uptof the like elegant terms. POUT OFPKWSdCOLA. -
It is with :l1UC'1 regret we lay' before Sir. Both. pa tjl's. were in.the end considerably t ,tjhe( Appalachicola 'river. ; Tulage, Guph.: This .'fine river enters the II ,, : .
the/following: note from Little river and Rocky ..Comfortj
O'r rcadcrs h fiuni. hed.** (the treadmill r[ } Grulph among a quantity or.l large <. ENTERED. .
: :t, SS j principal western. branches; which divide.. the stream '
: SI have been'aimore: appropriate keys, Nov. J20th.--Schr. Henrietta, -
')h'. U'Jnt will oblige me by sta-", punishment) that is they were t lon, all these-j .streams''I are. r.xcel- into many channels, all- of whichare Quiggles, New- rleaI1s, Cargo, :
next Paper, that 1 defliRC ) lent uplands!, which:produce sUgart1e "
in the shoal the sand bar of -
ti"g shockingly biuised and mangled ; at none 80 bbls. [flour, CO bbls. corn, 14
hfill 5 considered a Candidate: one of'them having his head cut !IIC sea-island cotton! ; ,and corn. more than six feet depth has yet bbls. rice, 10 bbls mack reU, 20

for \\Y'JJ.-upon! maturercflec- open, his eyes closed or bungedup jin nbundan c. Large'settlements: been discovered. It has however bbls. and 3 )hhds. sugar 30 bags
satisfied it is altgCtIlt'ria.umIatit'IL !Iare made these waters
'; 1 at' already on been but little Should
Qt' We.' explored. boxes
\\ith.other injury. trust! salts 15 soap, JO kegs powder ,
business.Respectfully .
with and rhpfdly The
; my the good\ sense and decency of the )11| are increasing. there ever be found a sufficient 6 1 ags coffee, and 2 hhds.

community will put a stop to this .large claim :of Forbes ijdConipa| depth of water lo admit Vessels of bacon hams to" the 'master.
F. II. Nisbct. of twelve ,hundred .
practice, We are loth that our: r ny, consisting considerable burthen an extensive CL ARED.: -

NOV.s4thI. t 1324. national :character should suffer inthe'eyesofthe : thousand arpcns (900,000 fine acres,) commerce 'might hereafter be carried Nov. 20th.. --Sc,1r. Oscar, Lord
I emln-aCes a nart of this ',. coun- there ,is fine Sortion '
would the con- i I on, as n Mobile [Cargo plank bricks anti
I : : by : f :- -- -- -- a---- ----- .. .
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l lr.: ,:: ra!'.'lIr m-At Richmond, duct of even the few, engaged in try. |I" of land borderingjon, iu, Unsive; :ahingles'by'; -maste .; ':"-
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was1 : orl St.,Louis i 'situate '
bottle (it wine presented to The old: ijfras water .
courses.COMMERCIAL. Haskihs
'3.a (h ftr f"grtdln r cenrs.Ir" Schr. Hazard, Tampa.
.: \,lJ'.t! f-a rn)cttWJfiCTi it".Is suit: was: .__ -5(1 / about half way, between the ..1, I, bay with military stores. -
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p 1'1.1L1z in 1;'';;'', tie> 'Cll' in which llc was I ;)..}1 )1 rLLV1C/1 '.'!())\,..';. Ockloeknc1 and Tallahassee f'omtle, and I 25thSchr. Cell's Point, Waters .

ih1fll. about twenty miles \ sea, '. Havana, Cargo, lumber by

.. Ivrt/te I'&isacoLt: Gazette. coast. It was, on the only high From IliKSa J\ io'Orleant Price Cut-rent, Stone arid Nisbet.
n jrr. 71'.1:)>> ,oss JfOJl7l'fJJum ,ft'Piie.!, HU.NT and perfectly commanding spot in .
Mn.
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I Jfyvember 6. Schr. Caravan, Wycr, N. York,
ivi
,' Viv fildfic. shunhl !,
If! !
I/ .1V,; .'.:/.oe' :'*.tlt/O. w '.'Wc/i ('(l,.v. berrtu'lfs, We request you to publish the this part of'the country ; a nar'low Cotton.-The sales since our Cargo, 116 bales cotton by Stone
'".'... / fines ijiv?.'' following list: of names, which we winding ridge rises gradually & Nisbet. J.
: I :.jO!: *S vf last amount to, 986 bates, all of \i20 bales cotton. by
:};. liivT; fallowing: p.t1 "I'.lph.from the! intend to support for the Govern- J for half! a mile, ending in a very Louisiana and Mississippi, at the B. Selbyl & Co.5 bales Cotton and
I : Commercial licgibtcr, it appears omit of: I'ensacola for the year high! bluff, surrounded by, a deep
jlo '< following rates. >99'at 15 cents, 7 22 ,firkins butter by N. II. AlcnI .
I ., i1} Lilies of that place are cyfwfiv.ius 182.1 : )-which we doUbt not will be swamp, on this bluff the fort Was '
; :o: C. Tod
8 bales '
: at 14 )1-2, C87 at 14, 10 at 13 3-4, cotton by George *
\. ; we should be sorry to ca-.t! so the MAJORITY. erected. 22 at 13 5-8, and 161 at .13 cents ; and 127 hides, by the matcr.I S

r TI'at a !slur! on the fair one.-* of ,ljcnsicolaM for'' Aldermen. From the Ocklockney to the : there are some purchasers who do ARRIVED. -.,

I : :> :t;'.rre wi'h the liter in that paitictiIM Joseph Noriega; William Dxvison, Suwaiicythe is a'tract of excel- not-feel willingto venture,at those Nov. 25th.-Bthj'g Eliza and '
t .' :; the contraryve have ahvaj-s:: coiri IIt.m.lc1d I ; .t, .}uim Jerri.. on, lent high rolling countiy, from with .
: ; in of reduction Jane Jones St. Sepulga 110
rates ,
:,;. it an economical step, in a steady! iI'JCWC i ) !Hon'no, (;. IJ. _\. Ilickctts! which finest springs arise and hopes a ; cotton' ,
i :\; while the titne holders bales .
\-1:111'1-, :\1.110. ..bowt'tl1! at same expect -
share his form innumerable streamsof
in business in pleasant
fixed
rosn"? n>un ( 1 :J'ncemo: X.S'err.tV.. I Husell I Hunt, the prestlit prices will be fully S -.- ,:
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HUN; :i-vlhis pleasuresv".th a pru.lunt awl 1!I I. .,ml1e1 Pat terse):), Hcnjnil1 W )-r.\I1. pure water, which however'-generally supported, if not improvcd.Art" .- /tow-For, Oct. 11th.-Arrived
!. Uint;v.ifc ami w .tlimil 1 ha\iii:; any : sink linto the earth before I
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nt > ved this week, of Louisiana brig Leopan1', Hitchcock days
'. .t," : : fUlC:: with! the Mobile: latl.osvr; I I I Not yet eligible, the law requires- I they become rivcisof any considerable and Mississippi i 1080 bales, from from Pensacola. -

\i Ilhl -.:ll)assort thut! ,some of that (ICrr.Lybc .- ilernten. to be twcntv-fh'e 'years of age, size ; many of these however Stockon &_-- _- 5-------. 4
Florida No clearances.
(: 5. -u-
\ } found "in the iouth : vhchve havc not :ttt.illc.l.e liowwer are J large enough) for millstreams "
ai".n. ; even TO HIKE
what be I
\ 'j'" crt the tu 'nc:1t trie parUe.iur. request and little affected hand including m..y
are by
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Cht. ,. ;
V of 1d1i..t.-Klltor.Mn. 6889 bales. Next
our
corrcspoi on ship-board,
diowth. It is south of this
tract
An eastern papir notices tlio& ,week there will be two vessels FOR a few month, an excellent
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S I rcccr.t mairiagc of L SIX PiilNTKUS. Hu1 will thank you to uf country that all the rivers.above leaving for Liverpool, two for Havjrc X g-ro'Vman.,

'\v c should think theprinting publish i;:e totlowint!; to which 1 i mentioned rise, except the Suwa-. and one for New-York, which a good cook and washerand

: !business in the east must l iar icuiarly J request tho I attention-: ney. will considerably reduce the pre will be hired at low wlges.-
l h e much more !Iucroive, or wives of oar :z1Iov-cIteIs ; the most of'it From the neighborhood! ,of Tallahassee sent stock. Enquire at this Office.(
than in the southu i usually called Fowl % Nov. 27th-38-tf.
S 1jss peI1"i"'I!, being applicable to our Ci' -
Tobacco.-We have no arl hats,
". Towns the Indians about to ,
\ l-else--" on lh m. ; are '
I > mercy OBSLI1VAIOR.FtnmtJie 'FOl: \\, Attu
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g"rO
be removed.'. The impnnenunts sales or clearances, to notice this : ,
I faint Flar'uhi JIcniLl.TO I IW
I"c have rcce'w-4 the first num-: TMY Ii.iJ1.. ()PlE. j i made by t'nem belong to the U. s. t=t:k. 4 SILVER SUGARr.OVVLSc CREAM.tt
PITCHKK much battered and bro .
u-r fiLl k ".H\'bile Mercantile.idveriiier" : FIUK.VDS-H is :i long lime and consist of lands badly cleared ''r"lollr.-Arri since our last ken. The owner, is requested to call,

. piblisheJ by Mr. John Fitzgerald It i* I sin',:e I h a'i'(' addressed: myself iw and worse cultivated. The peach: 1850 bbls. This article has improved prove property, pay expenses and tuke

iuiwUomely printed on paper of a flue J, you. I tio ir ajjain, knowing the orchards are the most valuable I a little since our last, and the arti Jcs.

,aah I .:,and nikes a respectable! :lppelri i importance of the occasion.; Two improvements huts will serve fresh now sells in small lots at S4 F. Bouquet.

an:: T.'c trust that it \v.ll receive a due 1 years a ;'o i had sosiie iuHufiice! in to shelter new settlers, and the 30 to 4 75 ; for sour we continue Nor. 19th, 1324--38-tf. ...

t't u'eo*'public] jutronajje.In obtaining: a respectable city CJUHfil. I farms being: ; cleartd of heavy timber former quot tions. The transactions -
The I last I had will be well cultivated Territory of Florida, ) ]
have
year -no agt'ncyneliier I toon .in both descriptions 'not ,
.. J- UieXast: 1.ilillllJeralcI: of IGth Oc. ; did 1 atlemot it; but- ie j Ii I'r' A r.h'nran farmers. Many of been so extensive this week as the County of C&cambia,3October> County Court.

: l'.bcrwc ub&cne a communication: ra. I last: year's experience has mad ::1 I the ri.uif and hogs belonging tothe week previous. : TeRA, 1824. '

. 11; -r:>.'.:njjMl.tr character, signed i ".Usnos U r.iauilesi that each elector shoultt a:n\i..H'5\ Mill probably be sold IVlzidkcy.V have heard of a ON motion of Adam- Gordon Esquire.

l!,,! *' toicJl! isalHteil: the foiiiuvjfij; :*' : mid discrteily the : .f : and de- Acting Attorney fur the Territory of
wciijnvfli use !I *: re hcy remove, are a sale of 200 l bbls. at 27 cents, and
?,. B.-if we have not a man in |,:j\ver which the !law ilar.t'!s in hisjhands. i:I M'l'.M main to settlers several small lots at the same II Florida, ORDl nED, That a Rule be en-

.t the! Insist cf bUiTicieut; courage (o I I You ha e iie.irly nil t .. -I'" ,e''!:1[ ': Ih' ;,-.at of government being price. There is still some in stqre i Petit tered Jurors against: to the appearat defaulting the next Grand term and of
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I oonose tiie rapid! strides of the 1. property, \I'' ?IUI ."f''.vr.ir!' ':'* ''':I t staMV.u'd! : a great road laid out held at 30 to 31 1-4 tents. Ariiv- this Court,and shew cause, if any they

- nummolh found in the \Vest at. pends. upon hc mui*'.'t ;u wHich! ::I und partly cut, a healthy: climate ed, this week 110 barrels. have,why they should not be fined for

cur r.uxt election for a del j ate to your ci\ y aiTdirs: ur- ni'anajru.i and rich land, which ,is now surveying their said default ; the Grand Jurors i in --

; $ congress I shall offer myself as a The I lust:year t!H y hav.* b--t n man-,! and' to which perfect titles Pork.-We know of none, inmarket the sum of Fifteen Dollars each, and the
: candidate to ftllow citizens.VroiM a.ed and j instead of except the lot recei'vedper Petit Jurors in the sum of Ten Dollars
beinji1 will
my badly he given, must'cncourageand ;
is
each. And i it further Ordered, That a
, the tenor of the cjsny, we arc incllacd ; (t h'anc'd in population! r.nd good I will induce a rapid settlement. the Chancellor, from New- copy of the above rule be published ia

:; : to believe] Mr. hail to be an' in;:mc neighborhood, your numbers ha\ t? And the inhabitants of Florida York, and now selling. SI4.H the Pensacola Gazette, six weeks succes

- 1i!iHM, if--o, we conceive that the! editor di'diaed, your properly depreciated may safely calculate that this territory ; Beef.-None* in market, and; sively. A true Copy from the Record, -

. $II <-nU, not to have published: his article: your money squandered, and will he adopted,I.into ,.the federal much 'wanted, especially for ship 'i-- Attest, -
Miller Clk.
*
John
iUiout:' stating the character outs author.tftemanis social h41"ltl'Uny destroyed by mei) unionwith all the rights and stores. ,

",.\ It not crazy, .rethink an ex who have no other talent than t(> privileges of a State, within a very Cotton Sagging.-Has. fallen: in by W., Hasell Hunt, D. c. ':

" J>;r.ation: due to our present Delejpte impose on your tmderstundin-js short. period. i price since our last. We Nov. 26thyl824-38---6w. .
. ; :'M to all hS! friends, of wl.at is meant quote "
by and live little
earningsmen The low traversed .
upon your country by -
Scotch hemp, at25 to 25 1 -2 cents ; &r.TO 'PUB PUBLIC.IN .'"-
i "lUrapul strides; of the mammoth found
who have nothing to the Chattahoochie A lic-
lusej Ausilly ,
I do. flax ct 21 to 21 1-2 cents. Good the '}rer al tilc Advertiser ofTues-
-4 wUevpMt" and \vc shaH expect that and who arc ready at all times to nah'itchie and stahatchieis| very an'advertisement -
1 Kentucky, is not plenty. day, appeared : asserting
, ()'ne\\Ubc g"\en through the same iael.nn make a bold J push to gain some similar. It is a sandy pin country that 1 had entered the,office of that

I (\ from \\h icIi we cup the fm."b'oing sinecure., After a year of vexation in general, somewhat rocky on .IDt paper the night preceding and knocked .

; i t..'.1-: Ct. and ,difficulty, tie is re- the seaboard' lilt hammocks_ of I From tTie Baltimore Patriot. the principal part of the two forms into
power -
. ..... ,. .' Pi. The advertisement concludes with
Ilirni'll.. tn. "'Oil,1.. vnn. nrr nn-r iii. lana.'I.JNone ot .1 tnese' riversare Depraved Taste.\V e have frequently -
--- -" ju VI V fc tS. V *| goou
--- J -.t- I Reward of Dollars for
. : offering: a Twenty
. S \Vccnpy: the following excellent rei"Mks called upon to bestow suffrages navigable above the rapids, observed evidences of depravity my apprehension. In reply 1 declare the

f'ornthe Savannah Georgian: unAvchappy ; upon persons to manage your city eight or nine miles from their em; of taste in'the British pub assertion that entered the office in the

; i' to sec the affair spoken of, geiier.iy affairs for the succeeding yearI brachures. The Ausilly ajid :Es lic :-Tom and Jerryfor nighVand knocked any part of a form into
; / frou'ned on in.our country. warn to if their mouths 'the elevated Pi" to be a base, 'tricked andwilful false"
I you act wisely you tahatchie have at : rooting out mc comedies -
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without.the shadov of foundation,
I I It cannot he denied that we are will 'H ilo this ; surely it will be good harbors for small vessels. ,- } Shakspeare, &c. &c. But and hood,I call the Editors ofthe :Mercantile :-

t I advancing in the follies of the old no wonder if the voluntary pr9- Above th?'headsof, the {Ausilly! on devoting a couple of leisure Advertiser upon for their'proo ,they have -

; I'.: -. or1J.Vould it be believed, that phehieb of your former ma'or.is and Chattahoochie( ., there I jare "extensive hours to a (He of London, papers; any. It is equally false' that I have absconded -

t 1 in this country, conlra-dtstinguish- realized, that this city inus't 5-0 to Savannas, amongj which the Courier, we' were confirmed in ,'or attempted to abscond-I.have

1 : : l'd from all others in the world, in ruin.: You want a man for your that of Micfcasukey$ is the princi. the belief, that the people of London not left town or attempted 'to leave it-
I have only to add, that for this unprovoked -
:r 1"- '.11))" orations, Sec. as enlightened, 1 mayor who lias talent and integrity ; -. pal. It has: the appearance' of the.! have lost all taste tor, refined and, outrageOlti'attempt by Messrs. ,..

tI" I :tu boasting of its exemption -who would be tuo fircud to receive -; extensive bed of a former lake, sentimental literature. Nothing MEAD & ST&OUD, to ruin a poor,friendless,

t I":. f 1i)1: the prejudices and follies of u groat oftiqz rd earnings now'filled up by vegetable' \matter but ''poLicE COURT" scenes, and Journeyman! Printer SI.will 'apply for rc' .
-I\tv-: 1.ur- dress to a jury:my&o'untry. .. .. .ii.
of
those /found
one disgraceful of any llt'for contributing to the and sand. even now in thji rainy: CRIM. CON. cases are lobe ; -

:",". <: .. scenes, a regular set-to should jiublicwsljare ; and who wouldf el season it presents a, sheet iofyvatef 'in these'p 1 pcrs.1he' dialogues .Stephen'1'h. Singletaiy.

0'rl 1 \,0 Utcbrei; permitted, or hnob- himself well reullrllcdhy being en- uninterrupted for twenty.m les.1 before the police court betweentwo New-Oi, leans, Nov., 4th-38'- 3 w. ." -

v'Uifl) an audience ? Two cIaltFJ abed to give character & ttabilitu 'ounc1thel! borders of this? : wretches, are given at. full J -

!J i .:.. pions for the honor and proht of i to ihe city.The vanna arc rich hammocks, on I' length, and the particularsevery7ninuticz l I 'OL1) 1!& 'El\ S

: J 'uiilintr fame |have recently} ap.pwretl proceedings of the last which the' Mick&sul ey .Indians in a case of crim. con., : r-Vanted.thejol/, after', viz f -.

e1-l;< : in New-York, ,both foreign- Council are involved in obscurity. formerly resided, but bejng; expelled carefully noted and :laid before the 1HEFLORIDAN'byJno. Fitzgerald&Co.Nos.50and52. .

rtL';:,. !r!, We are 1 glad to say, who after v all after: call has been made upon: by Gen ,Jackson during,the i public.':" This would.not 'affect. us, 'I ; I;.

J t. !' J5 routeil by the sheriff, from them for ,n expose of the city concerns last war, these ,settlements were nor should! notice it, did 'we not Tbe Pensacola Gazette and West. Florida. '
.. .. : their first place of rendezvous This of Gadsden' of .Advertiser, Nos.. 1, 2 aiid 3. #'Ap.- ';
#: rePaired as yet every call has been abandoned. I part observe that some our, jouinals! this )! "
at office '
,1- :,'f,(, -II fou1t to another spot, and actual- in vain. the'close of the first County is y it. .imperfectly ( explor. are conducing to' the same depravity -; ply. :-S ; Nov.'. 27U),.1824.' ::. .;:- '

: t;.' : el' ; in the most brutal mant year a balance of 571 dollars were' ed. I. in our 'country, ',by _copying -I-I_ ..' '.. --' -

"1, tarforty minutes, for a purse due to the city, but now it is (represented The Suwaney river torins the: them* \Ve hope VOI.'to 'se.e' the ,WWtTETf., .. ::S :

;l.:..;.' : thousand. dollars.Vhata that the money in. the boundary. between East and West literary state of this country reduced you THK rnci:_ TUX S

tQ\H11unih'"vne 111 a moral and enlightened treasury; is; expended and "'the: city Florida, ,an I 1 Lis. ,also the dividing to such 'a'level, ,and if this Florida,Intelligencer! : 1-

: !!f't'cif.'s to behold two of the left; lr dcbt.when by ,a reasonable line ',between1. the..Eastern and, ',Middle be 'the literary preeminence of I AT' TALUUIASHEEJourneyman ,

I H.- b U-doRs dInect; intellectual: liken estimate; after paying for tlie.nar- ',Distrits/ i. .of the. Territory.' Jt ,Great Britain, ,we hope'never, to '* Printer,'' S /, '. .

or.d enga.d worrying l ket, there should be in the 'treasury is a 'noble 'stream: twu' ,large see,it' emulated. by our. countrymen _: 3 HO is competent to conduct the -,' _

3 : : tnusementt tt-as'inoo each other. f9r tht a- ..more: ,than one ,thousand dollura. branches e high in,:the: I state of ',, + 'WJI' 'offices foreman, 'and,who cart .. '

) d r'an: assemblage of ., Various candidates: arej before '- dcoia, on of, ,which the* -Allapab ,-- come well 'recommended for .steadiness-' >; "
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;_ n1i s, 'ntlemen t --: andcapaciy. :None.otherneed: ffet..- .
h and blacklegs !. you for Aldermen.. Many asvis,navigable"fbJtheFiciidalfne .
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ilp publish -> "
the IR". r--W6 reqticftyoa 'this oflice TallahassectcfGordou ';
j .. } Appty.flt >rorvat "
for tnlc ; n Qfang &,-Cp. ,
l\uh1is11f ctlcl"1 tl 11 account has been i altogether, : worthy of your ctinfidetice. -. peat s\v pR-r q e tend tsf: support .for:tthcj government, of ,, ,. : f :'./.; '. 5.. :))1
0 in form, we 'are told, in, Two ,gentlemen: are before fanoka,' mouth pt :itiIy ,is PeitMcola: for; the yeirf 1825 -fcnd we Nov:27thyl824.. "- --p--- '. '3.' ;';'-"'! -1' ''; 5 >\ :
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VIUgar that itfwill meet .approb :
slang or and for It is said the Mayor tape : ,
t !hI&ri..8 you Mayor. known, theis it is said' tb tfiftyrudswideaid : ':' < )
tt of .CITIZENS.JoImlDe .. ,3Iora1ttnPenso1a.: ;;:
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I on1o1 tse 'is ail unimportant officer but .n ..
r1 ; ; ;) $ very; eep.telligenl n'II1-; .
t.nbl:01s: of" English ''' : otherwise. You :: ,For-t: 1tl. ttmp.n.. "* HBinrice}of Flour: Beihgjilus'ai Z.-' ',',
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FJ-1 I' tlglh; t atl 1 t'. l .tcn.r-o> :require Icdian of Mickas i tikfr.Si'inf .. to- ,. 56.,50 pethatreljrtccordine: to thc;-"- ....,:,, \;;.
I :U.n the df w the claret '((ifood. l! efficient. Slaypr; ,one 'who1: understands rmed the wfiter'phis' arftcle: !,: La HuaJoseph Noriega,, 1 :TariS,,:the:.Bakers muslj'give ,clarjngthcf; : ; ;'E;: ?,1:__. '. :.... : .

h tl UIeofl.. 1;nZ: (mouth'e's(41)P9 ).'. .the Jaws; 'and, will!! not that; there, .as more'g i4aic1hiLi; N HcnrvMichelet oah! .H.'Allen.: ', .:Francisco Renje) VYyman, p. Palmes, .,' ensuing. ,daysi36oun&sofbreact. ;.,,for t.'.....*" .-.' ,},;?,H'O 14''t".".',;;,;' ',;_5..
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thesherocs..onc be) afraid l't .tlvem. \yith' his ,than :eitner of 1.1: '" :''Y' ''. '. ',- .."-"'" < f. "
; :t\e OQd-jarcra" ; cnfcfrcc ground on n ;. IoepJv.:Cnro? Job Lee Williams, '_ "1- "' (, Sr .9' -'" -"w;.'
: The cthtr':5 anc.1 rllltle/.abou these fciy hints j I-teftve: you to reflect tbeotherj. b-anches iJ anil that"much Blmuet Patterson" John Inneraritv' ,:. ..,.. .'' .*.: 'AIbaiarr.,- -S, ... ..",-. < ':- ;.'.

ja-s'j"':'oZ\c.\ was1 quite.. before, you act. QUIVEDO. of the land heretofore Iroarkcd aar ClfarleV aftI&] : '," G o. W.'Barkley.- ,,* .,, oil, "ft)(l'\1Q. '() I 4o. : ,-i..'"'.4--'(!"' : ... -" b.. .....,.....;'...
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ancIhewc4'eicept B- ids nd he, nb1ic t1t! Lord, one IthotIancl.cit .
ly a full csrffo;**M*#to. ,go *>n thy 1ncheiquii of ,
,: 4. .uuanl.-, Wi.I)! be''despatched .itri '! ing ttif inud s'll*,which must be of' logs 04. : .-.. "e improvment5'm that tw ,'and of the Independence Gr. : :" ..., 1.. .,
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. mediately.. irfzsg1t or passage apply. I hewn on.the. upperknd loVer' tide;, tbelb4r.kt co : \zc' known'-' r- sbb1i5hent the United States of\metJC2-\the District '" c _, C8.....)'..r.,.. ;'
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. ..-.. .'-' di .' 'p1 c 'h. hath deposited in the office of the Clerk ..gfJDarre13 it f '( "";
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t ... ;S. 1tone .L' l D'1. log itself not less than twd feet rae Giotie H "eland pcrii e i .
of
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ter-and to extend lea-t four feet at of the'District i Court ,
'(''. IStK'lffM. ___ 'of is liow" for Columbia title ora..boo the right I :
each end beyond the. exterior' edge ;, 4hajt it open gun powder dd,1 Impott StJfA ,- ,

, ;n 1 UJjtii & J.r.., l3lilu{ >17T! Ai .*4CVE the .upij'hts.? The bridges-are |to be ,12, ihe reception, of traveller| whereof he.claims as author, m> the words 1824. > ."" ..r;.'"t :,.,' .t.I.

nn ircczved : Sch!. CsravatV: i feet iivtbe clear, that twelve feet, from and .otbers.or ,the accommodation' ofehom'flo fohlowing'to.wit : ,. 5 barrels'loaf Sugxir _< r. : .
per
.u1. from Nc\v-Yorki and are now (open' 1 the exterior sides cf the upriglts at the p ajnwillbe spared. His lardsrisconstantly -. Ie Freemen's Gratitude, or General La 1 00 boxeslporter; ale. laid cider.. ,.' ..1r. :I

handsoirc assortment ,goods suited cap sill. The flooring of the frame bridges supplied Anth every 'delicacytbatjthe lo'ayette"selcome in the.United States; 12 barrels copperaj. : 'f3j- j
ing a ; < .
tlie Cl.son'iz : is to be of sawed 'plank three Inches season an($ Large Stables being a compilation of the Proceeding ;. : :!

to cutlery, 1ni 'es, scis- thick.:The other bridges may be covered ire attached to tiseestabil liment *- of the People, and Constituted. thori- Itw'dwui'e. \,0".. :. :
: t All pacKagesfine' with puncheons hewed to three inches inconstantly supplied:,with the ties, connected with his Visit ; with an : : .. '
!; ? scrs fin. and plated wares The Bar: of thencelebration ?! ';:.;l!
be IfJiU accounts -
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tmckness.. Fie whole to pinned A Reitoaeuraiid Table Appendix, containing "
fine calf Brogans '
fliciuors. :
2 Quittner's boots be. 1; :1 !
cases
,i .tlie each end. No'other establishment of the 48th Anniversary of.In 1 ton American "
and Jadics' slippers firmly to' beams at is .ittaclied to the castings, ..::1 '4!i
,;* assorted timber will be admitted in (the 'constructjoii can /.Hushed with dependence;.in the principal Cities of the 1 d(. English do. :
7 cases men's and bey's hats where gentlemen "::",f"j<(;
bridges '.Ji 4t wood"or Mutton Chops, and Union selection toasuand pertinent 1 do swedes iron, ) '
1 case fiannrls kerseys and fellings, except $ sterjBeef-Steaks, or ., .." :.. ;
.. heart-of; pine, 'or some ,other wood the.day or.even- Anecdotes." 5 bundles sheet do. .'-'
1 case stout knit J half) hcse, netts & caps, i Collations; at all hours -t.' .. .
S cases cloths and rassimcrcs, assorted, known to be equally hard, durable and ing. Hj has furnished himself' with the "But, they that fight for freedom undertake 2 (1 o. steel, f;' ,

,1 cns e mixed and blue satlinetts, assorted lasting. Tub bridges musti be; built so 1 firstrltelooksnml,sincerely,hopes (from 20 kegs nails, assorted,3d,,4a,&: ?p-': I

r high as that_no part thereof from bank to the great exertions that have been made "Thenoblest cause mankind. can S have. ;10d, 12 1 &, ,, / <' '.' ti

,;. 4 cases ready made clothing superfineblue I bai.k shall ever be exposed to danger to plni e,) that.the.public will extend to at stake I. 100 doz.:knives and forks;-. .,.:.0._. I

black and coloured coats do. I' from the cfFct of the highest freshets.Goodand .- I.I him. U1 :.accustomed patronage. Religion- virtue, truth, whatever we '20 do. Pen and pocket knives, : "., .

frock coats,military mixed do. blue, staunch hand-rails will be required : Seth Stodder. callA .. 20 do. Padlocks, .

black and coloured cloth and cassi to the bridges. Such small branches I. blessing, freedom is the pledge of 6 do. coffee mil's,
mere pantaloons, sattinett do. silk, afire never deep enough iti: freshets Mobile, Otto 19, 35--St. all." S 10'(10. !brass candlesticks r

jto'dinc'.t rnd cuswuiere vests &c.&c.. to obstruct carrikgcs in pas3mgand|' have l'rut.lLnd l'ryl tairTrces;. ** Henceforth;let it ftr*<* Athzi.-Jlcpul. j Q-(tat/P.04"* HJ.k '. ._:::''1, ...

I o ekis fancy poods, i>rinLs, cambrics, firm sandy bottoms, with firm banks/may r lies are ungraefuL"In '. do.. 1Jatir8t's3uc :pans, 1 i.

ftiicy robes, linen crur.bric cravats, be cut down and left as fords, b"tn this : t. c.Wlf confor/nhy to the act of the Congrcs C do, Carolina hoes, }"'',.' .

fine"Irish J I.('ns. hnmluzclles, gen- I reserve to myself) the right, jtfhcn reo.clc.ipg paas3(95EQUOPIUETOU ( of the United States, entitled.. f An. act I 1 'box;planes, ,'- .'

J tlemen's fashionable, traval!, fancywoikeJ the road, to decide ,whelher they o < for the encouragement learning, uy securing -i Slioxi: Ciirpentci hammer' ':

; n-bcs.Lailieb'silkbngs, black oifght to have been bridged or not.- ,\ of the Linncan Botanic thci copies of'Maps, Charts' and I 20 do. giinblets! ; :' '

stocks, &c. :.c. Special instructions as to the manner of P- Garden, near 1\ew.York, oners to the Hooks, to the author*and proprietors( 6 do. ilnnv knives, i: '

3 bales low pricr shirtings, opening the road &c. and nore particularly public hr..usual'cry extensive collection stich copies, during' the times therein 3 boxes No. 10 cotton cards, ,:*I r '1

: planKlul descriptions of the bridges Of Fruit and Ornamental entitled 20 shot ,
1 case good quilts c ..1 mentioned also to the act, bags :; 1
S ", : A.U ,will bt'befunnshedto/contractos| no deviations QI' t}Trees, Flowering Shrubs and 'un act supplementary to an act, entitled!, 20 kegs powder '_ '

t ; : vrakty of o'li'KXW) S in store, such as from whicli{will be. aao' 'ed. Any a7'l7hs Plants, Bulbous Flower) roots, an act, for the encouragement of learning ,

if : .: lihinlietV1, iirg: j shoes, uool hats colton i information ,respecting thej country *-]. & 'and near' one thousand speciesofCireen by securing the copies of Maps Dry Goods .: :. ;1

crtb&i'1 ?:;. _I _ i that lean give.will be communicated by House Plants-aiponglwhich: are ,Charts and books, to the authors and proprietors ,
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- -- -- me to any person wishing to make proposals the Olive, the Cinnamon, the Coffee, the I of such copies, during the times I
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THIS SUBSCRIBER, whife Tani at the seat of government Green arid Itahea Tea the Black Pepper, I therein mentioned,' 'and extending the 1 trunk fine' brogans .

*ST"Ctl.L receive proposals to open by ana before the last day of receiving said &c. &c. Catalogues of which may be benefits thereof to the aits of designing 5 packages dry goodv ,. I

I. V..;.V\?' cR.itr.ict the following namedpaitsor proposals. The distance from *he Uck- seen by calling on the :dito.r of this paper engraving, and etching historical and other 10 reams foolscap paper, f
10 c1(1. letter do.
.' tin- 1J..C.C1. )laid out fr 0:11 Pcn&acoUto lockony to St. John's river is about 185 agent for the Proprietor, who \Vill prints." ; .

; it. .\m."stilLl', under the OrUeJS of the miles, and from the St. John's river to St. forward promptly: any orders: left with In testimony whereof I have hereunto 4 boxes wool I hats, : .. "f i i.u.so2U
doz. Lee's N.
London
Jfj.kr-ir.nit cf \\.r, during the winter ..Augustine it is seventeen miles. him. Oct. 24-33-tf. set my hand, and_ affixed the publicL. MTl'N. t
When tiHhcr of hesertscf the road If. 1
/ ALLEN.June .'
ISL'i -J viz seal of office the and a-
Jf : s. my day year .
I ;is reported ready for delivery &is abut to 15th, 1824. JAN [
Js"o. 1.-From the lar.d'r.g at 1'MurrayN I- NOtice foresaid. '
.'. be iveeiveii by me, should any dilcvIty! ED M.I. LEE. I
bank cf the Uckolockoot'tK
till st n
Fern''on c:I
:l it arise between the eonlracl- '
respecting
h..llI \\ U4nk Clerk of tht District Court
ebt
the. ORDINANCE
J1't r, !:'t. O !
I or-& "nis-ilti ticli.4&iict th:ll,be decided -' tiLL having accounts .
l, St. John's! l'in'I', ,'plJOsite to J'ico- by some dismlcrestrd third ; persons subscribers desired open forthL'listrictcf Columbia To amend the ordinances to raise. >'.:,.., .
person 4 with the are to - "
i I The extent Afthe work cannot be anticipated 5'
f, lata. clioscn by jointly; anil all expenses at come forward and close the same without flUe in the City of Pen ncoh, paj ','
f ICo.2.-Vrcm tiie! landing on the east I but it is presumable that it will 1822
1: tending such refeience shall be at the Those having claims against the 29tli December and 4lu June ti. .
lank of the hit. John's river at 1'icolala to delay not be less than 200 octavo pages, nor SECTION.1st. -
1 .
, 1.n... ."|.h', ,/,.*" ,S,'.f .A''IHt.I'.....uu._., cost. of'the contractors.TJie firm, will please present them for payment' more than 350. The engravings will not Be it Ordained by the Hoard : .
1 aJB&f
t likewise examine the ;
I Jlic II'oIIc.s.L:i for Mo. 1 will be received i privilege to I be less than five, nor exceed thirteen. the That .
I men of City afurescadt fpr-tEe
!1W.i bv me ;:. person at the seal of governincut i road as it ll'ok'Tesscsnll be reserved tome We have on hand a considerable assort- The price ot"the,volume will be between I I present and annually hereafter '
year ,
I) for 1 lorula betut-en the loth and i; at all times Lcfove its completion,; ment of g 1 50 and 2 50, and persons, especially there shall be levied and collected oil H
\\hen, if ill my judgment the contractoris extend I
and and the solicited to
:
*: i2Uh Dtteiibcr next; opened Dry Goods youth are houses and lois the property of person :
t in his work ,
'%-& replied!; on the last day. I! not piccccciing accordingto I their patronage to a work, intended to within limit:
I IThl' the'corporate
residing aUx ,
. Je-r 2 will; be received i nn instrnetii.r.a and his contract, and Groceries the reward that virtue
)rOpOAl' Xm I hold up to view,
( each:
: hiuntb
twenty-five cents on one
:
at St. Acpi&tine betvxe'n'n. '; hall rdu; ( to obey or disregard ,iny three and .valor receive the hands freemen.
k: by ire :n pcr.-ioii Hardware & Cutlery I at dollars of the vulue. thereof.
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:::: '.- 5tii aiul 10th Vcbruuiy; next ; :1 t'uuis, 1 shall then be empo \erect to annul I They will please to direct their subsciip- SEc.Sd. it
: ; to the bust I I the contract forthwith, he fbifeiting all Queen's, Glass iStouc: & lions the subscriber Tie JurtjCOrllaineJ"hzt ;
i. ard: opened ri.tt replied on to postage paid.
,: on all houses and lot s, within this city Kits
for the work done
ciaiiiis for
diy ; Lviiueaie ufaiu accU':iit prevent-i i corupensaiicn Tin Ware, I Primers friendly to the object will, by i jurisdiction claimed or owned by'i t ,
*.: i'ir.y bcir.jr li.crt: :.i tins; cate. ihrocgh] I I Ititi. I 1 will also f cei\'eLt the same time 1' Tc-put Hhing this, perform an act acceptable -i
: Pt.-M Ofiice addressed :I \\ith the others at the seal o1; ljO\ern- which will be sold vent low for cash' only. will the. person.or personnot residing theresv; .
and receive
the
! pxyiumcfthe to public,
there shall be levied aiul collf cted &,tii .
to me at ht.'Aujju ', \\ h.o no axoida- : metal for l'lor lh" projosala for opening Jas.JR. Selby & CO. thanks of the subscriber by having their of thirty-five cents"on each 'one hun "ctt .:

: bk delay in acting on tlit m s-ia'l occur.The the following named parts of the same Pensacola,25th Sept. 1& 29. names inserted on the list of patrons of dollars or the \alue thereof.

! in\('!l re.sjoi.s.sbie oiti &in each rooij ; but, as such proposals cannot bedefniivdy ._ __ "____.. __ ..z4I I the work, as will also those who may furnish SEC. '3d. lie Ordained Tint

; ; crse W'll: be accepted, reserving; to :)- : acted upon by me that time, 1 By Peter.1lLat Mayor .if the City. of Pen- I any poetical or other inportant matter on all I.w'crPbJsciU1S ilfurther and '.
it will be to forward them person;
the of the whole only necessary '
felt privilege rejecting (lOll, for the publication.
holding civil appointments under the ;
if the do to to be by Idter.1Z gt.
1 terms r.oi hppear me PllOCLAMATION.KUEA'S JOSEPH WATSON.
I neral or territorial goverKuientvnotaries -**** J
!i such as are l't'a onat1c. Itor.d with penr.lty 1st. I'rom the"East' Bank of the Choc- : til IAU.inic1F4. Ilurch Assistant \Vr.siington City, 6ei>t, Ully public and justices of the pee
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* and \\atl\tii.cto1'{ )' securityill ta1\\hachie river to the West Bank.of the I .
there shall be levied
. be requin d of.contnxtorjs for the i'aithf'ul: river. \/.1. Quarter Master U. S. Army, in pursuance the President of the United Xtatet.'N not beinglavr\xn,
Appaiachicola of the instructions ot the\V ur Hep.rtmtllt and collected a tax of tive dollars.!
c and correct performance cf each c.nd eve- pursuance of law, UAMSS MOSIlOEJt .
; ( of the 2d. From the JE'ast Hank of the Appa- has this day inxxic over, to the President of the 'United States, do c.74th.. lie it further Ordained Tjirt
contract.
5 l rv part lachicola to the Vet Bank of the there shall be levied and cohiectedjiat .
i Civil Authority of tlr.8 corporation, tin- and make known, thata
Contractors :ire to be entirely under hereby proclaim
. tliiecluMt, aiul subject: to ordersin'ctery Ocklockony river. three buildings known as the kiUviieus; )f public sale will be held at the torm of dogs in the city aforesaid, a tax of fiftf
my n.y The sarifc directions the blocJc-liouses! two otvliicii cents, hnrhich tkz shall be paid by 'e'owner
thing l'eLtli'h to the read.Koih as to opening this arc blWtA- Jackson* the scat of government of the "

". .. .,.ti";ic CJn r..cb. if taken, must part of"theroute'vjhl govern, as. we prescribed ted za Goveniinint Street, and the tli.id state of Mississippi! on the first Monday or owners thereof.S
I'l' ctnjilcted bv the Sls ot iJcecinber for the other on Sevilla 8q uare, ; therefore this is to inform in December next, for the disposal of the 5t::. lie further Qrair.edTL ,
L the Citizens of Pensacola that said the personal taxes mentioned in tbeSl
,
: 3o25. ) DANL. E. BURCH, Land situate in the following described '
j .fast. Qr. Matter.Tcnsacola buildings are, from this date the public townships and fractional townships :n the and 4th parqraphs.ot'the 3d rectio ,. '
first that is from ; '
t ; The tiie'Ockolockony i ofthis Corporation and that the so the tax on sword canes Sec.menti zd.
i- November 5th 'ltl24. property ; district of lands ceded to the United States .
to thc fit. Jo iii's. river, iiiuttoe
r. comniencf '
in the ,,5th of the
materials ofthc same being intended for by the Choctaw India.ns.iz: paragraph same sect
.
( cth( fiix day of January next, or the of this J the of the Ordinance of the 4th. of June ;
improvement City, as Jjast afths Meridian fine of the District cf
able and
if tiie sCco.iu PENSACOLAJ '
sooner prar.tii ,
; ; Hoard of Aldermen may direct, it is forbidden -\ Pea I liiver. are: hereby repealed. :
tliat is from the St. John's river to St.
to individual to; destroy said Fractional S 1C. 6th" .L': further Ordained lk :
I h 'the fit st of lurch jfl any townshipsNos.
Auguslinc, ) iby ) next,, 1fP@mI "
( it 'ticbie. Hut if eiiher 9 buildings or to.carry awan) part of Uiethereof 1,1, 15, i6, & ir, of range No. 4. the taxes on slaves, on saddle horses'gigi

;) or ol'tUe sooner contractb Inu slu-Jl be completed. before L. _US_ r receive. tl, per schooner Caravan 1I4tcra1s.__,____n._ _n__ :. under_' nain" of beintr_ _'_Q .j 14, U, 16, & 17, 5. and four wheel carriages, shall, be .rid

Uie stipulated limr, such part'oj'Uie direct from New-York'an addition to prosecuted according to I.\ H'est of the Meridian Line of the CMitawDistrict. and collected in conformity to the OnSo .
Tlie Police officers arc particularly directed luce of the 29th of December 1822 iS
the former supply of books which : ;,
I road as it chilis for wjii be received me among
) to attend to the strict execution of subsequent provisions to the conraI
:\ und promptly piauTor,. are the following : TownshipsNo
\" No Advances cult be mlCe1"t if it is Si. Jfon!n's WeLl by the author' of iraverlyIZidinfffield's this proclamation. 7, 8, 9, 10, Sc liJ, of range No. 1 notwithstanding. .

) ilcMi-ru, cci tsin payment* xvill be made Medical Practice t -";: jsy".: 'Given under my hand and 7,8,9andlO 2 SEC. 7lli. slnd be it JI.'Tihe1OrdaIiII. .:

4,.. i. i,y UK ti-on; ttr. c tolicie, having, special I Franklin's Jouney to the Polar'Seas, ; the seal of tbis Mayoralty, at T, S, and 9 3 That; all and every provision ofthe.Qrtl'-!

Ujj-Jiu to the work. actual iy done aiid're- Ilajji Baba's Adventures), I Pensacola this the 25th day East of the Meridian Line of the Choctaw nances of the 29th ufIJecembeTJ 1822and

si:>:.&.b vo Le done, according the con Waldo's Naval Ileros, Pro e by a Poet 1; ofQctoberl824. I District.Toivnsiiins. 4th of June, 1824, which are not fonnaty
tract. ...' Songster's Museum, Salem Witchcraft, I! 1'. ALB.J' .\. repealed or altered by this pit-sent oz.L-

!olemar/s Anecdotes, !I the Mayor No. 7,8,9, 10, 11, 12, ofrang No 1 .nance shall receive their full and entire -\
1'ersons proposir.jj for that pail of the an's Anecdotes N. S. Parmanlier, execution.
Sporting I The lands reserved by law for the use I
read comprised in No., 2, are requested Chesterfield Sec'ry of the Board of Aldermen.
to nkke two sets of proposals; Olfot 1 Ciregory'ii 2vol.Chaottc's of schools or for other purposes, will be, i .Saral. Patterson,.

the Nici ut.lcpendertlyi.t; a budge 'over.St. 1 1 Letters to \\ ;rtcr, :'rO l''uttl'PlerB. I excluded from th<: sales, whicli will commence : Prei&ntJro. Inn:J'w' .

Sebastian's ri\er. and the etherto, include Ilumornort'snew collection! Anecdotes, with the lowest number.of sections I JtoardofJ1W"Approved
3'_. Lo .Vagc's lcvl on TwcV Sticks, Merelranls of Pensacola townships and and will
the bridge. 1 his IJridge rnut be THE wishing range proceed Aug. 17th, 1824.
La Peyrousc's V )age,Living 3 vola. nuiiieticui _
Pbys the trade in in regular order. -
L'j 18 feet in the clcur, and if the worm' fa encourage Wagons P. ALBAJf yor.CantonmentJJrovhft. .
{ known to destroy timber in that rher, New Ifobinsou. i/rnsoe, to :their place, as also to obtain Cotton of Given under my hand at the City of '

lo be Iiiit on htone columns-the shell-! hillip's Speeches, T> tlf r'a Elements, the best quality, and being :aware tliamany Washington, this fifteenth day of July 1 ,
Tales of My Landlord, 3 11" .ttll"ofthl' country, such as i.- procurrrl 'Scott's LxtjWalker's rnahl.plaiiters, who can bring but a JftHsboroiigh Jiai/t Spt *
; near St. .\IIg'\I tmc. It is expected that lady of the ,- small hantity to market at a time, deserve JAMES MONROE. I WILL receive.proposals 'tiUtheWj i

; u plan! ,.flh bnd;'s will accompany tJie : Three Spaniards, 2 volt.Hitcrs : encouragement, for the pains they take .fly the President: December next, to f riish 4dt ..

,. propusui.The Farancr'aaiiia with their crops, have resolved to':' GEO. GRAHAM, beef the troops of the United States ,:

\. I .J.J:1rbau1d.., Lcssor.s with, colored plates, divide the amount siihvcribcd, two hun Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office. my, that. are or may be stationed at C

f road'is to be opened sixteen f'etI ;1)ppjllg's \'f-lIinJ"t tertarnnler.t rats, dred dollars,into two premiums, as men tonment Brooke, l llillsborough Bay,> '

\vidr throu riout, und all 'tin.lier, brush .\\"i"J.i GtGb'1'.1pJn', Gcory's Le.'acj., ti ned below,'for the bestltxvo loads deli. W. HASELL: HUNT, tile 1st of January 1825 'till l the ::31 .

vcM>a all t other rubbish to' be removed- Locke's St Huron's Kssays, vqred,b..u: Qr before the first day of January draw dds, bills of sale, pow- December 1825 inclusive. '

... .. from it. Tliej>tumjisateit) 1Jel cut Uownavti'ioxylo1 'JlCJgJoh's Letters IJnnet Song Book, next. WILL attorney, bonds &c. in the The beef will be required be 'di-
: ,. ": .. \\h+ -j't c' :. MiDbsFuAfl: Ji1 4 f lapklinVuJqugtos: Life, ., 4 FIRST d ?
wj
\ .PRJ.o. JIU I. most approved forms, and.attend tQany %'CI'CI to the troops on two ys .
: marshy, ir.iry. A\rahpy: groimil must becansexiayrU "; atson'6 Philip 2d:tndZ3d! 2 't..o18Ulwes' ; *. "
: j! For the.best Wagon load t9f Cotton insquare 1 other'fiting which nay committed to I wcelf; (the days to'be"ile8tl. "
with Lifr Newton
poles from 5 to b inchesin of Putnam's Life
1 1I
him for iI'
"LaJ with and and quantity requisite ,
not less promptness as
accuracy may
saY than
I bales
uhimetcY at tat uuest!! .laid I Bonaparte's Life six ,
lewD *
: ,. tJl
deem
weighing .tfJlbs.I each, vn.-rdsto: be on reasonable terms ; his' situation in ti< na on each tlay. And I :
or
Close nrJ pcrmaneM. The causewaysare Astlcy'jj! Cooper's Lectures, bound the clerk's office coiler
u ill sijc renders an application bary to apprize those wJO'mty ; <
be fifteen wide Ferrer's-Jlca'cal; ropes 01 mole, a SILVER
to fCt.t
and secured Histories to him convenient for those who to I for !
be contract
L with thissuppr' ;
.
VESSFL a suitable may
at each end will heavy riders, Mitt ray's Muteria Medico inscription, of'aLie
" firmly staked about to of tb .
the\ of one hundred.and fifty dollars execute any instrument of wri. beef will be required; be (
,
down. Itcbes'iiuftct Phillips '
wide on
and Indigestion, '
ih&tjiiim ing vhich is to be recorded.MARSHAL'S which the.market flbda4cular ,
in
or can
. three feet deep are to he dug on each side' lUudelocque's Midwifery, I IToller' .' candidates money, at the option ct thesUcves'ul I attention must be'had to the :I

ct tit? causeways, and the
onto them, le;vingit highesHn' the cen mack tonc'li Commentaries 4 ools. SECOND 'PRE l1Ul\I. for of.the' 1
the fulfilment
tre. At proper intervals,_ in lolijg cause- Bishop Horne on the Psalms, For the best small' load of' Cotton ins In Admiralty., required contraCtWdtPmake '':

xvay,or through very vet ;-inound open Mahal's Friend's Family, &c. Sic. &c. uarrOr round bales, Say not less than P'Yvirtue: of a decree Of"condemn Persons wishing to in writing;;. w'

JcJt\ bridges rutat be constructed in.them,: WHICH, three liales, to weigh'SOU Ibs.' iteh or"up- % < and order of sale, made at the Nov. and directed proposals at CUWB i !!

to let the water pass throughWhere: together with the stock heretofore Yards,A SILVER til.JL', ;;t the value of Term, 1824, thellonorable the Districtand to me :
hall )hand ifl'y.dollars, with a, suitable in Superior Court of West, Florida Brooke, 1IihlbOr ugh Bay,rfili'
any one causeway exceed one,hundred composes a very extensive and ge. criptioiii 1 the for which tr i
,. yards in lelthit will l be opened in;I mral assortment of!'book,. and. will be or that sum'in money preferred. I shall proceed to sell at Public Auction in furnish rale and per.pound shall be ihforro e1clGl,' '

, the centre,.pr at' each distance: of lOtjf sold at the New-York prices for cash.-. : ..The following ptrsons haveS been ajippinthdacornmitteeto front of the'Market House in this:city, on acceptance, of:ithey their proposals. UI 'wlettr.frothOr .I' ,z

4 yards, as the case may be, to the: width of Country Merchants and public or private : examine the cot. Mondaythe5thdayof' 1 c., next, at .]2o '

t' 00 feet, for a distance ol'al leaU 40 feet. Libraries-furnished Ion; the most liberal ton,:andaward :the licini1'ai.-t. is ex-: '.cl k'J.30 pieces India Co ton.. nd ; oh personal thumentioid. *.PPm ,.' :
the December ,
t "When the swamps or other,ground causevrs term*,,and such books'as are ordered and pcct.cd,thAt.'satis toti cr wnce wiU be 4.E.lrtsf bags of Coffee., '_ on 1st. l

)ed, JiaU be of such a nature as''"nut lo:: |are not on band will be procured witha: gfrn beeryicidtvkiuj offering for ei-' :] enj. Wyman: p.' H..:for ;Igr2- -f
.I 44tCJrd dirt sufiicien little h eichatthe- 1ralifl;
/ to jcbver: the cause i delay all possible.! : Orders.frprn' a Jf cottofl, Produced is .

'i -;7> J-- "tr yc i ln b o rtn Ju _4.Cb ,. distance! will be .promptly. attended' ,' .c.: .Jl I'o aaitioD. Wm.: Sebjeer 31. wl 'F.JNitre .$as'I' i'. !.fi- \
., r* liLriLT A* < nYi' Nov. .
; '.: ,; Jt is conWpUte' :.jestaV rk: fern? (1 e F' t1f4: jSli 1 ?.;-- .20th_ :1& .: NOTE.'.Thereibein 8'.no- 4.

f '<: '._.,' ._ : i at 4lir'.Suw-ir.eeliiYeranil it...w l!,.b .J'eJ Itrson !. ,nI'J'. I'J'r !p Ilf''lkr ..J'Allen i H Hail 'I unFoWdeiIIIIE CanTonmenilrooke,,pcrsous j jposals '

;i.t .; .) f' .' .quired to build*\flat tht-re 45,fetnn :: : _S h : .. ?Ti%&&& TncTli '' I Subscriber?, gentiiihe are advised) to' diJect f j

I :;:,,: ; ; : ., and 11 feet H'Jita ecoorcUny" ia I' JuIy19T292.. I'.". 'y _. '4l. 1 jss: :,.. 11S.ji.? Selby" I pnetors; willbeconstantlyisuppUedwith proJL Pensacqla Post,Office.1 ci ii-.. ;.
.
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t. ":'l' .'_ : .' : which lwtl.:be funiuhed: tCtli;'cJ lr Ni !3-" L ; this <. .- '
OJP which betlu" "
i has
: Keysei powder H. -
.. : highly -
.
, : -a1_ G All the other .branches B L ", : I :f,1..l ?; ; ,. .i t
KS' ,
.to : reanerec -, 'j .I''v -, '
.i -.'. ',- J. nsorrl\'ennu'c.t ,'. bridg : t' ,,' ,' '"..4_ ..... ,:;$''.,- r te.i: t. > Pasquler.&Q1k4t1L Approved by all who have used' ."it,:and jsconfidently .lo J.. xfi.U'11ET4' .

;' i' jj;'ed.i-lf..ucfi jTireiuu iliall be.lewfeet .Dtca ..'.' ipnt4't let. .: VSi.,. 'f:*! *V;: i recommended' ,to.pupcba&eraiitvwAvattiuitbcletiiial ._ je l*
.i Zjt ** "J' '.,not ; n(and
vfftA t2 fL J1'- r.s superior
;. .f: \ '\; >idc{>ritb...strung, log: butr4cntl4[ .' '. ...-. ..'{, .. i O.JIatmests- ., .,t' ...,.-,-"if-; '..- S4 l\' 182423tr.'a. any made in' the UnitedStatei: and;"& -:_ and,;1r,..owned. Jjl 49k?,:
I .V "
beanis 'St.J..v. : .,, J rs %
f'the floor to rest wvnl aiid tnj .11-0 .
; i J re'tluullcn i (,. ,,. .- '
'" .- it -'... /I .- '. 'i.t'..". -. ?,9veLoudo. : Tower Proof.. .Fo1"r.J ; Fenwicfc. Apply t : t" 1'
: .-'I' :,:. : :: built feet .wide. bcfctlcbrarcic"ntb.vUundi1ranifcrldgci : -' 'U'-!u'*. ,-UI. di. ,11.' .;or.,.,,'." -:..'.J'4"if.0 ".-\o"! .. !Zctitdwith: iteatnes,. .', :.nod by. . f 5- ". j :':1: I ': I Ilt ijLMitC ,. 1._
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::1:1'H upon iione: .1'or 'sale'at.,: thi .Ofticc', <.:. .' t.". ":(. '1 j'1' < ', ,i..STONE'& F JNISnE;: ... 4I -. ."
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t A I : IO: kegs just reccty ; "
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