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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: December 11, 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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JJ I :BUSHED STKUT- MVTUHHAT.gfW.HASELL- \l. .CELLAN' .'1 room, the. table covered' with ,,gun-powder board spread terror 'the election or Clerks-Qn'motion

HUNT, -- glasses and mugs, and circles of and confusion around, so that, of Mr. 'Wrightresolved that a

A HIGHLAND INN. dried whiskey and porter. 'The :,except by a few praise-worthy and plurality of votes shall be deemed

I F.DITOR AND PHOFRinTOX.dfthe Vrom Dr. M'Culleh's cc Highlands and fire place,is full of ,white ashes ; I I undaunted individuals, very few sufficient for nuch election.-

bM er IM-M 6ftf United ,'):tlks.rSbCPOfl Western 'Islands Scotland,", in let- you labour to,open a window, if it and feeble efforts' were made to Whereupon SAMUEL FRT was chosen -

Five dollars a YC''lr: an ad. ters to Sir Walter Scott, Bart. will that tittle bu life. The boat
;,,..: ftvertisemcnts inserted at OneLjar open you may get a save any thing chief clcrkTuouAS H. ,Pstnr

;for eventwelve lines or under for I wish) I could speak of :the : of the morning air, and there being was turned toward shore and retained chief cngro9ing clerk- Joan ..

,n. e first insertion-each subsequent insern inns at Callander, as, I have spoken ': no sash line, it falls on your i I there for a while ,by a fast LINES second engrossing clerk%

t;,, Fifty Cents. : of that at Dollar ; but it is a fingers, as it did on Susannah's.S.h .- made to a tree, and time seemed and ADAH GORDON third engrots-

Single papers twelve and a half cente. mixed world, inns and all, and. we uld you 'break a pane, it is, of only remaining for the passengers, ing clerk. JEREMIAH JyGRAHAM

must take it as it com s. 1 mis- no consequence, as it will never be officers and crew to'throw out was chosen Sergeant at kms and '

f O-rO \lA took the; golden head over the, mended again. The rlcthes ''I s.ome luggage an1 seek their personal ISAAC D. HART Messenger.Messrs. .

I D",'I imbisMng at the Scat of Government door for ,hat of Galen or Iii ppoI. -!' which you sePt to be washed are safety ; and in thc haste. the Mitchell and Brightwere
of Florida, brought upiwet,.and those which books and papers of the boat, together -
committee
crates ; if it is not yours, it appointed a to

A "Weetey News-Paper. I I. to be, for the owner is ought'l you sent to be. dried, smoked.- wit the letter bag, suppo- wait on. his Excellency theGover-- .

ToLoritt.n e' 1::,."t.,[1. IJ T:::: .: more indebted to you than 'to ei-: You now become impatient for the sed to coniain considerable money, I nor and inform him that the Council *
breakfast ; rand as it" will not arrive was, to increase misfortune, unfor- is and lo
of now organized ready
hit 1\\6 \\c'I. they these worthies, or to any
merits of his own, for his practice. you go into, tie kitchen to as- tunately left on board. Among receive any communication that he
rjf soliciting the patronage of a jjene- sist in making ih kettle boil.- those the 'most active to extinguish be to make. .
i All the varnish of this inn is insufficient may pleased \
rents public() the laudable design ofiffllrin You will nut acc lerale this ; hut the flames, in culling and I '
to varnish its defects WcdneadayXov. 10th.
and
intelligenC'ea0" -
local general ;
a( the citizens of this young and fiou- I from the'stable to the kitchen, and you will see the economy of Mrs.Maclarty's tearing away the consuming parts, Mr. Mitchell of the Committee >-t
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chin; Territory, the Editors feel that the kitchen to the parlour, and thepat'1our kitchm. throwing of water, Ecc. was the appointed to wait on the Governor -
liffidcnce and embarrassment, which al. .- The kettle, ai inch thick, is masu-r, Capt. ''Jt.fTrt"y'who is enti- *
follows
to the heel room wants reported as :
ra\s attend the commencement jof every ; hanging on a blick crook in the tied to much applause for his intrepidity '
the termination of which is in- of all kind, except of'pride and That in discharge of the duty
ntenrise, I smoke, not;, on tie fire, litfciy to and exertions, though ineffectual -
'olvc'l l in the uncertainties of futurity.ct .- negligence ; and bells, which the boil If should he assigned them, they have called at ..
to-morrow., you in his endeavors to save .
( feeling solicitous to be useful to theo more you ring, the more nobodywill the Executive Office, and have '
near a forest thtre is irtin Jf both and boat I
a
mt1nit\", they avail themselves of the cargo : regardless
come. But what'' is this to been informed Col. Walton Se-
prescntatispicious period, in the infancy chips lying from the fireplactto of the unseaonable, faint-hearted, by ,
John Macpberson's inn, to which oi the Territo that his
and to solicithe the wood cretary ry,
>ia new growing country cbrnen& the landlady is though doleful cry boilers burst-
and support of the citizens, you may go if you please, and whither Excellency the Govertoris now at
patronage busy, not in separating the.two, ing, powder exploding, boat consuming -
>f the interior, II') a News-Paper: the imorta.ict possibly you may be compelled Fort Si. Marks, on busines con-
but in picking: out stray pif-ce &c. he, while animatingthose
any
of which if
: and ut.Kty property lo It is a genuine nected with the Indian
> go. r.Pt'cimen depart-
that to br $ be- with ,him his of 1
ronducUil, no one will be disposed to seems liktly lighted by hopes
: of the Maclarly species, and ment, -which is deemed of the i ihighest"
fore its You need not success' and
mtitson. turfr comes. ; encouraging them by
(
is indeed, so geneic, that it will importance to the inter- 1
The resources of thisdcligbtful ectioT1IJf ask why the housts do not take his example, exerted his ,utmost
its the Gulf sci've. as well as tyndrom, or est of the Territory, and in whichhe
the country, contiguity to any I
fire ; because it is all the fire itself to cru>h Ihe flames ; and notwith-
Mexico; and to a fine back country of other, for a" model of what this will be engaged' for several !

Georgia, an ;lso its central situation, in- kind of hosllery is and be.- can_ do_ with_ L _all its exertions.-_ standing the entreaties of others days :. that he ha* inctrnrtprl. fn1. 1
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the pleasing expectation, that it will Hound this fire are a few oat with Mr. juaham the owner to desist "
Fpire Whn hear Pe- called W.lo communicate his
Become a place of considerable importance you ggy as cakes, stuck on edge in the ashes and no longer hazard his life, message
if the first vowel about to the Honorable the
was just lo Legislative
the of refinement
well centre
,as ? to dry ; I perhaps a herring : and yet remained on board long after -
thaw like Sir John Madcvitle's Council his Secretary
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and science in Florida. through private -
on the flour, at hand, a heap or hope had fled of extinguishing
The FI.CIUDA l>-TELtuF\rrR is designed story, and when you-hear Pe-ggy Burr H. Duval Esquire, at I.
two of bed clothes cat, few the fire
I to be a vehicle of local J and general .n. answer coming must not a a endeavoring 3cuttling) 12 o'clock.
you'
formation and ::cccsMble; to all persons, melancholy fowls, a couple of to save a pan hy sinking the whole. I
"ho may be desirous; of discussing tppicsof prepare to be impatient but recollect biack'dogs, and perchance: a pig The hawser by which the Dial was Mr. Bellamy of the Committee I

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; a public nature, or of communicating that motion cannot be performed or more ; with a pile of indiscri- kept at the shore, soon after was appointed for that purpose, reported .' j

scientific researches and literary essays 'without lime. It'you are babIes, consisting of horse colfars, burned, and the wreck, while in its rules and regulations for i
But all personal and imMious disputation, the fire will be
wet lighted by the the government of the Council,
dners'ty; (.attack on character old shoes;, petticoats, a few duty greatest blaze inwraptd/ified down
tery private
time are dry at least if the which after
you some amendmentswere i
shvll be suppressed. plates and horn spoons, a kilt, possibly the 5tl eama sublime bursad spec
This paper is not to be Devoted to any peat is not wet too, the smoke or, a bag pipe) a wooden baker, tacle to the owner and to others, adopted. _
I or to subserve the of faction wet U wholesome: and if you are On motion of ,
rmn purposes a an empty gill and a pint stoup, awaer I lei-ply interested standing t1e r. Mr. Bellamy, the J
j to laud cne or depreciate another.- not used to it, they are, which iis committees
bucket candlestick, She -bar about I following weie I.
a greasy lodged on a sanfl a appointed
The feelings ofevery individual fro-n the
I the same thing. There is neither '
; humblest to the most exalted, should be a rake, a bpinting wheel, tv.o or mile In'low, where upon examination by the I'resid nt. IOn f
stir it
,, inviolate: and secure. And the Press, poker nor tongs-you can three frowsy fleeces, and al> shep the dav after, il was ascertained finance Messrs. Mitchell I
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while under our control, shall never be M'lia your umbrella ; no belloVs'oU herd's iron full iof
plaidan pot potatoes that the fire had penetrated lo' Doggett and Robinson. 1
degraded to the of } can blow it, unless are
sacrilegious you ,
purpose a never washed milk tub"U"1" the lowest lierof before
;n"Alin rn r.A1 aj! !"t'i\j: RCJlTlmepteoicciivi'iptio "'abthjnaAic; or, what i? better still!, stowage I On.the. Judiciary-Messrs. I
*OTisue{' uYti'nnc:!"t.'fs tlis Kejjgy will f fi if'with her petti' ,\ !1'2re. .i,.'J' sJ !;'itfie.1! vsueiit7iT, y ?em three legged stool and heaven and if and of the
cord and internal dissention. Its politickswiil coat'Pcgg, is the extinguish! ; cargo, On the Militia-Messrs. Mit-
com
be Republican: while! the! asperities supper earth knows what more. All this except some iron, datnaged hardware -
ing ? -In time, comes mutton chel, Wright and Noriega.On .
and recriminations of far
: parlies, as as possible lime, two or three nuked childrenare and perhaps some bbls. of
will be avoided. called chops, then mustard 1 Claims.
by -Messrs. Russ,
peeping at you out of some liquors on the floor tier, little or. ,
The press, type and paper, will bejrn.rnu:4itefr and by a knife and fork ; successively Bright and Compton. _
unintelligible recess, perchanceContesting be saved.
: ,nothing can
: conveyed to Tallahassee,
a plate, a ndle and salt.- .
On Enrolled I
where firm with the chickens and Bills--Messrs.
( one ofthe now resides,) and
I When the is cold the Among those who have sustained -
I mutton
I publication of tue paper commenced, pep- the dogs for the fire, while Peggyis Reynolds, Doggett and Compton.On .
sufficient per arrives, and the bread, and loss, so far as has come to our
1lS 50'as a number of subscribers silting over it unsnooded the
onehand the
Contingent expenses of
are oht.uncc111lch it is hoped and I lastly, the whiskey. The water knowledge, arc Messrs. U. G, .
in
her head and the other no Messrs.
einccted will be in the month of Nov'r.-.-- is reserved for the second course. Mitchell & Co. F Vaughan & Co BellamyBright .
I' one knows when1, as she is won- and Reynolds.On .
j CONDITIONS.The I is good policy to place these John Jar CrochercnVm.. Pve .
I rumiiiA ISTELLIOEXCER will be dering when the kettle will, boil ; .. motion of Mr. Reynolds, for'I
I : matters in all directions, because and Z. Dowel, of this place. .
published sheet at FiveIuiai while if she had a third, it mightbe I the ; I
on a
large royal appointment of a committee to
they corceal the defects of Mrs. Messrs. M'L Read and i
: '' per ai\num, payable in advance. employed on the ether :two.- I
examine
the journals and
Maclarty's table cloth. this Simpson, and Ught'n('s of Selrna. report
i It is necessary that this rule be invarjably By But enough of Mrs. Madam and
I to the Council the.nature of
complied with. and it is hoped, that all lime, the fire is dying. Peggy Mesrs. Tod Robinson the -
i >bo' sign, will consider its importance.Advenisemeiis waits till it is dead, and then the her gen ra'ion jr (for I am sure you and Peter Robinson, above business left unfinished 1 at the last
will be inserted at can have no. inclination to partake session of' the Council. Messrs.
one
i whole process oi the peats and the -Mr. Smily, Mr. Dow and othersof ,
dollar for the first publication of with me of the breakfast, which
S every Reynolds, Doggett and Comptonwere !
with Mr. -
is
to be Montgomery-and
,I twelve linen under each petticoat son over again.It
or subsequentinsertion will probably be ready in 2 hours.
appointed for that
fifty cents. is all in vain.i Is the bed ready Theodore Graham or Messrs. 1' purpose. _

Any person subscribing and paving for ?" By the time you have fallen -. 1. Graham & Co. owners, Messrs. B. A message was received from

five copies,shall receive the sixth gratis. asleep once or twice, it is rea- From t/ic CaJuivba Press Nov. 22d. Long Sc Co. of Mobile. his Excellency the Governor by _
Editors are requested to insert tins his prh'ate'Secretary Burr.H.. DuI
Prospectus in their respective papers, and .tly.Vhen you enlei, it is damp ; Steam >Boat L atallrofthe.-ID the The Rifleman had undergone a I

to assist us in obtaining patronage. Our but how should it be dry in ,such a afternoon ot'Fr. ay last, the SteamBoat thorough repair during the past I val Esq. which was read, and on'

friends generally, will confer a favor by climate ? The blankets feel so I Rifleman from Mobile, while and making her first : motion i of Mr. Bellamy, copies
was
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summer,
forwarding the nainesofsuIscr1bers without were directed to be made and
heavy that her the river and within _
to un
you expect get warm way up trip for the season, and is much to
delay. in time. Not at all have few miles of this accidentally : transmitted at St. Augustine and
; they a place,
the
QTPlease direct for the present to this he regretted, both by owner I is .
Pensacola. The the
I place,or to Tallahassee. the property of weight without took fire, and, togetherwith and shippers, as well as by all following.

Gordon, Crane & Co. \\armth ; though there is a fullit.g a large and valuable cargo of good citizens and well wishers to .iJIESSJJ.G

mill. at Killmahog. You awake; at Merchandize, destined for this and
i Pensacola, 13th October! I324.Territory the prosperity of our state-it has
two o'clock, very cold, and find other towns above, was entirely Gentlemen of the Legislative Cortncil _
her last.
11 Florida: 1 that they hate slipped over on the I destroyed. From information obtained proved I congratulate you on assembling
Court
;I County of Esca"'lhil,5October County. floor*. You try to square them a- : the alarm was gh'en'by one --- for the first time at our' .

Tenn\182t. J'ain,'but such .is their weight that of the passengers, who, leaving the Legislative Proceedings. new seat of government. This e-

O N motion of Adam Gordon Enquire: they fall on the other side ; and, cabin from dinner, discovered the <\< .- vent so ardently desired by every '

Acting Attorney* for the Territory of at last, by dint of kicking and pulling !- flames issuing forth immediately &LL.UU.sSKE;;Monday,JVov. 8th. intelligent and impartial citizenwas i

Vorida,01iDBttElTiiat:! the Rule Graiul becntcrcdagAinst aid- they become irremediably vi aft of the smoke pipes. The wind This day'at 12 o'clock the following strongly demanded by the true

Petit Juror, to appear defaulting at the next term{ at t tangled, sheets and all ; and .st ep blew v'?ry fresh at the time from : members of the Legislative interests of this extensive territory -

this Court, and shew cause, if any they, flies; whatever king Henry may the N. W. and the boat was pro-; Council appearcdand' answered to .

11\\(:,why they iI l I'mId not be fined for,' think, to take refuge in other beds pelled very rapidly against: it ; and ; their names, to wit : William R. Located in the centre of a beautiful -' .

the their' i\J of default ; the Grand Juror in' and. other blankets. 'I t is in vainto from is unfortunate course, iu this Reynolds, Peter Mitchell,' JosephM. and extensive body of high/
sum Fifteen Dollars each and the
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Petit Jurors in th sum of :Ten JJolkin' 'try again, aid you 'get up at instance, tle disaster in a great HernandezAbrahatn, Bellamy, fertile land, finely watered and

each. And it is further Ordered, TiiAt a : five.v Water being so contemptibly measure may be attributed : a John L. :Daggett, James Bright,' blessed with. a salubrious atmosphere

topy of the above rule be published b: common, it is prooable that strong current'of air blowing! ih Thomas Russ, Jonathan Robinson, ,.we may confidently expect

the Pensacola: Gazette, six weeks succesIflreiv. there is\ one present ; if there is, the, furnace enflzuned ,the burning Richard J. Compton, John de La that talent, population, enterprise

.Attetf A true,. Copy from the Record, it has a delicious\ flavor of state materials, andI a ;greaer Rua Joseph ,Noriega and.Benj. D., and wealth will:render it in a few '

John Miller Clk. whiskey; so,that you almost imagine blast, and in this unfortunate: occurrence -' Wright.: Whereupon the> oath years delightful residence.

,' the'. Highland rills to run it is ''supposed to have ; was administered to them by Jos. I The'report of the commissioners -

byV.. Hasell Hunt, D. c.. grog. There is no soap' in Mrs.Maclarty's caused! the'new. tarred pine plank McBride Esquire a Justice. of the :I who w appointed under an

: Sov. 26th, 1821-38-tf. house. It is prudent, shelter; of the machinery' take peace.- act of the late council Co select a'

STONE also, to learn to ,shave, without a fire from the great heat 'of the 'The Council" .proceeded' ,to the- proper: site.or'our seat of government ....
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: loo ing-gtabs, because, if there is smoke pipes The fire,.increasing i election of: a, :president, and on will;in due,time be submitted .'

Have received per Schr. Emblem! ,from one, it is furrowed and : Qrln It :is .be _
and Tom Shields. from so striped, by the wind and ,the progress of counting the' votes, appeared o .Y pecuo *

N w.Orleans. I andtstrailed, either tPss-wise'l or the boat against it, WlS such, that that Jos.' M. .HJ&IINANDEZ duly lid, that few situations In this' ,

)t1j1'Bbls..flour superior quality, perpendicularly, \diagonjilly, in a few; minutes a considerable .elected... region: of country can be ,found

100 do. Whiskey that in consequence of' what Sir part of' the roof or*upper deck, combining so many advantages .asr"
30 The election: Clerks. was, on ,. .
Lard .
' kegs Isaac Newton '. '
the the
might calHts fiti of sheltering' ,cabin, machinery, one we now: occupy.
10 .
: 50 firkins bags coflee butter, irregular. reflection and ,transmission and pjtendh nearly the; whole moiionof'Mr. Wright., 'postponed' During the ',recess.of the, ..Council -.

SO sack Liverpool, ground salt, ,- you S cut your nose if itdzs.torts \' *. length'of' the boat, was entirely 'till to-morrow.* '- a treaty has,been concluded by

S kegs tobacco, you one way, and your eaj\ if! enveloped'in' flames., Th' ,awful. Messrs. 'Reynolds, Bellamy and the United Sta with the Florida '

.&LO- it protracts yuu in "e. opposite sight, jtogether with the: hirt'a- Wright! were'appointed! ,a,committee _: Indians ,by)'which the whole. \

: Jpackages: domestic plaids and stripes, direction. The towel being either Urm ,improperly and untimely to draft.and: report rules, and country surrendered, except- a. k" .

h title wutings:;, whib, Hnens with and their a:variety former of stock other will are wet: or dirty, or both, you wipe\ given by the., : engineer, andj) others : regulations for the "government. of few.smalt,tracts, ,reserved for iaTJ ..

4 =c,tound.superiorto any assortment ever yourself the tjreen'. moreen curtains as, timid (very long:,berfore' 'any I the C unciL, -: ', ', ticular chiefs,!and a..tract- .of 'land. '"
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..tedin this market. unless: you, prefer he she ts. danger:could I ensue. ,) that\the bbil-_ ::' : The,. aiNbv.9ih., lying, 'ttJe,.Peninsula'between'thrf,; .!

December 3d,:'1824. ,When you return'to your sluing er \would,burst !Mbat"t "re, 'was'I ,The:Cotnidl',then. ;proceeded. to Atlanlirand the.,Gulf stream/*:' _
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-., waste//* a1ld '" lest," .which; *1'3Sre:1> A the I first the.1th91e, Mr.; R'r.jll"li.l; ,
which the Indians to be 1 I 1 Tcra1.lory.V [have shared, 'which ;. : t
., arc con- ours f i thetab or-1 tim>,and referred to the Imembers! chair-the (9tnJbtttt _. {
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centrated. with other -
largely ( that from Duval Qount}'..' 1 ported .the bill f' .
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, ,,1. /I he location of_ the Indians in the,: union its bounty, ,and kind' hc-wojld'l\'lri Mhchei- gavWlJOjicc!*&! &*, ,ask ;, On:motion'oF,, Mr." Reynolds the and _the,bill \taa .JJ; lert: x i :,
! ttiat was uEdispensible to 'ness.. If all we desired, i has at some ? .- : 't )
e quarter introduce -a .'t:111_ ;, n the resolutions retell!\mfndinfi! digest grossed for a -third J t _'
; ; the settlement of Elorida, and to a note been accgrded to our \vjlshes leave W > "-T' re adla
I l of the laws of the\Territory were morrow.Mr., ttQ
I contracls/n general: a | TU-t8day ,\ '
free communication between the! still we should be' grateful, for subject| of : :{.! referred to', lesSrs.; \: 1itchel and Wright. "", 017.". 1&
tabes, tI"Ointber
East and West of'tne Territory ; i I s 1 he liberal favors already bestowed.; bill on the suhject/of mart Presbytcriain i which Vfcs 'reconsidered on the Jutliciaryto am ":lt ot.
f- and this desirable ab'ectJ'ectt and a ijill to incor/orate the !1, Doggett!, reportt (- '
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. of Mr. who. provide for }
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church il Si. Augustine. o n motion 1"IJht: the )
! has been unavoidably{ delayed, yet .j jno The citizens of most Territories '( Ti"urldayVOVJ 11. I I1Ir. offered the following: 5SUbili- town, of 'Fullahassee aJing"'n'and o 't1

\ exertion has been wanting on : : arc too apt to surjpose themselves die tutt ol the lots t he'tla '
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to the into neglected by Cdngress-l hen ,Bellamy presented peR \ which .,.
treaty
1 Inv. 1 part carry ( "Mcsolvcd That committee of a firt t .tme" \ t,
/Sanchez and ;others a : andder "
titioti f r' 'nUdt
than t : ,
ab
efl'rct.It affords: me pleasure to : perhaps they expcc1110C e ,
of the
of, 4an act to three he appointed to enquirevinto day for "
difficulties \visdom of thai enlightened praying the passage SiLtUtd-.
add, that, after many :J: the 3y'
and dUt1tSofthe the expediency of digesting, .consolidating .Mr.Mitchel: from G
auihoriiics
the :he ,
. this is on the eve of being aCC' m ., body can with justice to the 1Ja longrant. reslore '
JaW ml(
":. plished. '. executive officers of t i he Superior or condensinglhe ? ,tee appointed( lo enquire' i in0
the Sheriffs of:he and acts passed at the w'Q formersessions expedieneyof didating _th .'
federal Courts to lgestinfPc a ,
Congress has passed an act giving The purity with which our :,
of. cf the Legislative Councilof and urrPurtr(1
counties The
petition condensing
, administered several jbe-
... to us one quarter section of government is ; r
and others for this Territory: and to cc th; report
J land for our seat of government, the protection which it affords; to John Folk 1Jl'ayng e xam
alteration in the time jof holding the expediency thereof,'" and compared the
.t .
and empowering the Executive, of the Ilnos remote Iartaal'ourgreat: an upon statutes 7
f the Territory to select three other empire ; vigilance L in watching the terms of the Superior which was adopted ; and on motion relernce to the object coni: .1t
!
Court i the Eastern District, and of Mr Mitchel, Mr. Wright zed, a nd that it i5 our mFla'-
o
quarter sections adjoining, and I over the various and minute impr, iji .Iintorl,,
have received official information est.in. every quarter of the unidn ; the petition of Edward Dixon and was added\ to 'the committee on the same is 1 piacticabfe, and-'. h4

I from the Commissioner c.fthe General all conduce to prove that| the ..na others of(Alachua, j praying for anew the subject. sidering its, probable i ut.iitr; t lstr I,toss;b.

_t Lund Office, that the Surveyor tional happiness, prosperity and' -' cojunty, to he composed, Saturday, J\ av. 13. ly expedient, and -with a view" ,

I General of Florida has been 'glory of our country, are ihe first parts of St. John's & Duval,.whichacre On motion of Mr. Bellamy the facilitate the work, we kubmft r8

directed to survey immediately, i objects of our enlightened states severally' lead and oidered tolit petition (praying for the establishment the consideration of the Caunc?1 '

..: twent(townships around our seat Wa co. Let us hope that no feverish on tlielable.Mr. of a new C\unty was leferred the following{ 1'1. solut 1011. >,1 }

of government, which will be I anxiety at once to realise our Noriega presented the peti to a select committee, consisting Jicaoivcdj That a r.oolmitt..t'

I brought into ins rkct as early as : wishes, will ever excite us to :idle iion of he Hoard of Health of the of Messrs. Bellamy, Mhchel two be f appointed! *-j ciircsf! of I
tllr
.r 1)r:\ctirable. It is desirable that : or (:fretful complaints.V hen '\'er City ni'! Pensacola, praying an exit and Com pton. Statute.J" laws of the Territory .a d
+ ;
>
? tl.e! city should he hull out and the real.evils exist among us of a character .union;, of the powers of late Board, On motion of Mr.. Do 00'petiiion the thai lt, is the sense of rub Cou

lots'adevertised for public i sale as that can be rembved: I by1 the whichn's. I re id and ordered to lien praying that the duties :I hal t the, members thereof I and', l'I

early: ns practicable, in order to Legislalhc interposition of Congress o the [ ablt'1 and authority of exec:utive officers several, committees having hills Pot :

tit-ate. a fund to enable) us to erect we may confidently J Calculatethat Mr. De la Ria presented the pe- of the Superior Courts, may be restored introduce I should communicat*

;r.;I some cf the most necessary pub- its wisdom and justice ''will lilion of thc merchants, and other to the Sheriffs of the several ii
lie buildings. 1 therefore submit exte/id to us ample relief. citizen of Pcn'\acola\ praying the Counties." And the petition ihers;, and lo the committee ford o.

E to your judgment three several If we preserve union:and haimo; incorporation I f a bank in that city of John Folk and others for an gestijig!I the I I laws," which vesofo"

plans for the city which have been t])' among our citizens, ana are : which was iv ad.and referred to alteration in he terms of the Superior lion was adopted, and Messrs"Michel

drawn by my direction ; believing willing nobly to sacrifice private : a select commitee, consisting: of Court in the Eastern District 1 and \\ right \"ere: 8D1

that the Council would l approve of interest and ambition to public Messrs. De la 'Hua, \Vright anDo ," was referred to the committee P urn c'd of that committee.Mr. .

the motive which iltflul'Bct'd4lW in good, a "p'ain, honest, and manly ;gctt., on the Judiciary. Doggett from the commit

havi, ; ir ihe plans proposed f for their I appeal to the great council of. our Mr. Noriega presented the pet i- Mr. Bellamy ]presented the petition -, lee U wham was referred t.e|! rJ.ii ;.

inspection. nation will never fail to secure the nun of I the Trusses of the Calhohc -' of Gabriel Priest, praying t ion I of the inhabitants ofAmclU

No returns have as yet been re- attention which our situation ,na\ l Congregalioa in Pensacola thc confirmation of his divorce, i Island: ira> ing to be released fromroadduty

reived final the several counties demand. Divisions among ourselves prayiirjg for an act vesting in them from Ann Priest, which was read. ;,; fo"tht purpose/ of open-

of the Territorial tax. It will, and discord in our councils the property of such Catholics as and ordered to lie on the table. ing tl.e narrow and nthr

however be found when the whole will render us feeble at home .and may the intestate and without i\11 Reynolds presented a letterfrom in and: about the waters ]pjaccs cf: St

amount is collected, to be too inconsiderable c oiueinplibe! abroad 'I he first heirs in said City, which w
to afiord'any( valuable state in tiie union with all her tal- and ordered to lie on the table. the Catholic} Church.or 5t Angus pct iloll-t the consideration of the

f service to the Territory. That iiis,, wealth & population, weighsbut Mr. Heyr.olds I !from inc commit lit.e, praying for a confirmation ot repd-t leas postponed to to-;nor

some equal and reasonable tax as a feather in *lenafionakjal-) tee appointed examine the journals the act oi last session incorpo-a- row.!

I should laid to meet the obvious ance. Her own f partv divisions and report on the unfinisheu! ling said Church, which \\ as refered qP.DKRS OF 7IIIaY.

: ; expanses of our local government, have palsied her powers. business of the last session of thCouncilittade e to select committee consisting. I Tile bill to incorporate the Vresbyleijian -

cannot be doubted, and I reccm- It is for us to unite and devcl- report and the coin of Messrs. Reynolds &. Nor' ',a. Congregation: of St. Augustine .

t im'i'd: the subject to your consider opc'to the n ition the \aiue of Florida. l uullee .was discharged.Mr. Air. Doggelt from the committee \\ :lS read a second time.

4, ation. Until lately no part of NorthAmerica Milchcl ohiainedjeave and on the bill enihlw] "an ::ct lo considered b\ sections, amended

Some reform is loudly called for was so little; known as reported a mil entitled au act to confirm the divorce of Gai11'idPricit and ordered I to- be engrossed for

't rt": in our local judiciary. The Count interior of this,couiitrv. Visitors incorporate the Presb) lerian Congregation and Ann: his wife" renorled :iIjI'( rrading; lo-morrow. 4

: t)' Courts do not meet, under the who had taken a transcient of the City of St. Auguslim said bill which vas read the first 44 An :ct to confirm UJF divorce

l J; t },r.-s-nt law, as frequently as the view of the extremes of East and ," which was read the first time and mi.de the order of the dale of G. Priest and Ann I'ricst"hia

: 'j su:)he" interest demands and I subbether West Florida, had pronounced itu time and made the order of thday for Monday next. a third reading, and on time question

", i.''lt ',;'l it might not be proper bank of scud not worth tic money fur Tuesday next. The President laid before the to pass the bill was lost. On

?it r"JI1' amendin! t' ..' J r. w to elt'prt1'' I paid ;'or it. Ijjnoianceis commonly j\lr. Dog eit pit&cnted thc following council: a letter from F. R. Sanchez motion the question was reconsideied -

t', "these courts of the pow.-r tlSSI'SS : th.* cause of rnisrepresen- 'reflation :- of St. Augustine, complaining and tilt Council in com-
.
q any tax in their counties which ita ion.-J\ow it is !believed by many Itttulvtd- 1 hat a committee of outrages commuted by runaway inittcc of the whole reported the

f:;:.a shall exceed two thuds of tie I th! ..( Louisiana Has not more be appointed to examine tiie'exi&tir.g ': slaves in Sty John's County, ]bill \\ith an amendment, and isav

' Territorial t. x. exrept where} j.ils vuiuible land l-iim this Territory. 1 laws: cf tl hi& Territory, to', makt which was read and referred toy ;:.s' cr.dutd to be engicsseilfcralhir

Ma :and court l ousi s are to be built, 1 he: ';iiids on thc b64.'ks of the Ap- a digest of the same and! reportihereuu S: lect comi:.iltt'e consisting ofMessrs. (i'readi: g to-morrow.

when u' :l'eah'I'lt'\O might be al- JatCiiicola fiver are us fertile as ," -which was laid on the, Dtjggt-tt and Miicltd.JMonday ..- Mr. Doggett gave rotico that

lowrd 'or these special t)!)Jcts.--- the banks ti'the iftiyiUslppi i and .I;'dlle'1 J I ;, Aov. 15. he would on some future <.a- ask

A .*t'lrl'l'alr'edsJO! of our statutes the clmaiC'is bt ller.adaptt"d to .\11'. :1!ite bel moved that the' On motion of Air. Noriega ihepetnion I leave to introduce a nail to prohibit .
r' it is thought will be found worth the of bill rntitled u an act to l1diuccl'ime
t' culture sugar and sea island of the trustees ct"lhc! [ the Commissioners for ascertaining .'

of your }particular attention ; many cotton. The greater purl of the kc. und to prescribe pun- Catholic Congregation ul'P. nsacola claims and ili.'ts; to Lr.d

> ?>! ti.eni& tequire amendment, I extensive country between the Su- ishmems fur ttle samc" jiarl ot (heur.nni&hed was reierrcd to the committee, I within this Triritor} from practising -

: : and_ ts they ore intended for the! w ui)nee and App. imchicola rivers: business of last session, to whom was referred the ]le'.ler .. law in any of the couiis* thereof -

1-; grc,,t body; of the peoplei' they- s extremely ch and valuable, and bt: now taken up, which was agreeci f'-m members of the CalholicjCongregation ; and a bill to prt'\ ::ny person

: should l Ie pluin and concise. will sustain a popula ion of many lo-bill read a first lime and I ol'St. Augustine.Air. from being sited in any court

; If an ;.r: were passed authorising I thousand sours ; while the rich| made the order ot'th day for the Robinson .presented the pe- of .this Territory out cf the County -

,! the Judges of the Superior lands Aluihua, cast of the !$u- -Uh Monday 01 the session. litiun' of sundry inhabitants of( ail W HCllllel"CtHtCS.- : : ,
:' Il Court to sit a? time for the! of lr. mined bill
' any wannee,. and Chipola! west of Bella.ny mat a Gadsden County praying: the I'l'- If lizesd.z:11',7nb. r 17.
r tii i il of criminals., and in the ent the. Apj/dlachitold, will concerning tilt dnorcc of Gaoru-l 1
unquestionably m u ral'! UUll'lit I ?11'. Dt ggett presented l solveaffidavits
: .If of the absence, sickness or death of render Florida distant Priest from Ann Priest, oi the
at no part

site n"\"i blti Ann
to on
a some .:; water respecting Prlesfvwhich
I'- ,.. either ul'the Judges, ii'a Judge ofjinoiher I period a rich and powerfulstate. unfinished business of I last session, which wuread anti ordered to lit I were oidered} to be fiudwith
-: district should be permitted be laid on tnt table, which as agreed -
'V on the lable.Air. the petition of! Gabriel Priest.
. .V.. to .tMcMiie, it would save muchexpense The bold and navigable riversi to. "
. ; t Wright from the Committee Mr. "Mitchel presented a petition ,
: and tend] greatly to I
rtF which Mitchel certain
< expedite run through our Territory presented to whom was referred the of t E. -W alien and others of _
l' .l hubim-bs. In petiiion
't Chancery 1
proceeding will be of more value than resolutions ul'the Agricultural! So
miijes, of John 1 olk and St. Angnutine, praying the abolition
,. liie Judges of the ollu'is, reporled -
Superior 1 of Id. Besides cicty otk b;. Augustine
;;() the rivers alreadymentioned un Legislative of the .
l lO4i.Sw1'11C1i'
" 1 Courts should, ) a ubill.to restrict the local 1 County
4.; possess 1 the bu'jjecis, which read I
several others are 'Ie.e.plaU was and f.
of jurisdiciion of Justices of the. was ordered to lie on the tt'ale.(
; samr; '
: power trying causes as isivcomnuiidcd
ordered lie thc .
)' navigable. The t. John's ; to on z" k.J"uluy
';' t Peace which read Mr. Mhchel notice thai lie
: criminal was the first gave
matters i o
be ascended J\ .
; can b}' vessels of cdnsiderable v. i >
:, this will often save the partiesmuch On motion of \ lime an.l made tilt order of ihe lvaullask leave to-morrosy ,.
burthen for one1' 1 l hundred 1 .Mittcnolcis the
1 clay Jor ;bring; in a bill to incorporate the
and tedious Monday next.
expense
litiira-- and Seventy' fur thc
sixty or miles ; iheOcklockncy pclitio.l praying annexation I
of
# St.
cily .
uolKAmong
is navigable. ','.fur large i of Fleming inland to Si. John's Mr. lx tlalil}', from the Gum Augustine.Mr. _

many important acts boats a's are also the Su Marksand ,l : County', was referred to a coin nittee to whom was referred tiiati Wright presented the petition

Congress! passed for the special \Va huba! rivers. The Choc-) i miilcc consisting of Messrs. Reynolds arl of the Governor's messagerelating of certain inhabitants of Pen
relief and benefit of the i 4 sacola, praying an alteration in:the
Territory
,
tawhalchie and Kscambia! rivers and Doggcu, with leave t u to the seal ofGu.rruul'ntl't'IWI'h'd
none will Prove i I act the which
incorporating
more advantageous are 'now navigated Into iheslatejofAlabama. report thereon h)" bill or other'- "that ihe report of the city,

, ; than the law appropriating{ A'Ic1vcars will qe- wise. I' Commissioners, appointed[ by the was read and oidered lo lie en the ,

'j 3OOO lor opening a high road :u' nstrate the value of- Florida, ) Mr. JJcllamy presented: the p e- Legislative Council 24th'' June, table. .",.

''I '; : Horn Pensacola to St. Augustine, tne United Stales, and thousanclso tilion. oi' Samuel 11 n'.sOJ1 and! others 1S23 has been transmitted to them Mr. Wright from the commit**
I i. a distance of near three hundred' I tee on the -I. \
judiciary reported l
I .!o ( Southern planters will realize prajmg authol'ty to cut' by the Secretary of the Territory, .
,_ and seventy-five miles. I slatefrom in this that for anal frunl5t bll to regulate civil procecdc k s.
country wealth John's to the Nassau selecting the site now occupied
I 1 my own view of the route between in this Trrritory" which lecciud
i which hitherto they have toiledwithout River, and for other purposes ; for the permuneni seat of Go"c'rnment.
the two cities its first
fi just mp.ntioned i- t'adiugnd. was bladethe
and for Your
success.Gentlemen a petition an act to incorporate Committee have also
:F that no portion of the United I order of the tidY fur the 1st 1Iui1-
-I will the town of received three drafted
cordially u- Fernaijdinu, plans, byI
States for
i the same distance in December
day
, '' afford fine can nit(: with you in promoting the which 'were referred to a select direction of the Governor, whit next. or.
so road ,
a with so Iexpense "Au act
to
and labour. ( happiness and interests: of( our committee, composed of the loco i i- they beg to lay before the Council.l incos'puate-1hrrn:

. ,," the : It is true that country. On the judgement, pro bersfroin Duval Count : -Your Committee have been i b}'tcrlall"Congregation of St. Augusiine -- :
sum .appropriated time'
to
< accomplish read third
: i this work must be dence and independence of the Mr. Wright, from the commitleeon : promised by the Surveyor Gener i. was a

managedv Council will greatly depend ourprosperity the Judiciary bjli ,that he cause to be made out and l and PASSED. .
J 'J ,\ .ilh. the nest judgementeconomy<] reported a 4 entitled 44An confirm the ulvorceaf..
; +,t and I pray that under "I|,, an act to abolish the,) fictitious transmuted to the Govel nor to be act to ,..
, ,i; utmost and arrangement and, backed by the ,the direction of Divine Providenceand proceeding in ejectment and laid before this Council, a plan for Gabtitl Pries' and Ann Priest.. .
industry perseverance-; was read third lime and PASSED!
the
] a
influence
kindly of miIdand for
, a and it is a other purposes therein met i- laying out the c oiuempldtcd town
fortunate for the interests 1 :'the,
Mr.
movedtt.at :
of the! equitable system of laws, the tionedJ and a bill entitled! an "Your Committee therefore beg Bellamy
, 1)) United States and ourTerritory i title of act for
of the aid bill i l be "an
population
our Territory act to leave
may regul'itc the admission of to recommend the adoptionof
i' that the vigilance of the so increase soon to entitle I and the the relief f Gabriel Priest which; '
War Department has confided u% to Attorneys: Counsellors at l law following resolution) J
r the
t take our ra nk among the States o fin the aid Coin-is," whit h Resolved was agreed to. > S ; -
I command. of this important work I i. were 'i'ftat.the, Committee ,
: Jlrov.l8.
the Union. Thursday "
severally l read the first time and on the judiciary de instructed
t to Captain Daniel K. Burch lo
; r anofficer citizen
Your Fellow-Citizen. made the The petition of cenUin
orders of
: '; whose the day for Fri draft and ;,to this Council o
known abilities and.' I report ) a of Pensacola: ; -
Yfste.d
: enterprise, peculiarly 'hitI' WAI. P. 'DU AL. !; day next.( .' I I I bill'to provide for the laying off of presented ,:{
qualify
!i; I was referred to select C ommlt: '
l\lr.e la Rua ; a .
j I. for !bold and arduous' duties.' (:. (Copy> i from the (committee the town Tallahassee' & tilt sale tee consisling of'r, essfs. 'tirlht., ,:._ ,,'
:cm the /petition'of the I of the ;, ;
i ? Through our delegate many ,o f SAMUEL. Fnv, : merchants lots therein! which was and 1,litcht l.' I '
r
and -
, oilier citizens ;
our Clerk of Peusncola ; agreed to.ORDERS.
pressing wants have been Legislative Council '
re 9< The bill entitled lean act con -7
t praying l
lieved by Congress.' His knowledge 'On motion of Mr. Mitchef I ? -incorpoiation, OF .THE DAY. : ,ol. ,:
of slaves and free
ti the several u Bank.In that city cerning : persons ,-
I
of situation, resources of Governor's repoijud 1 a Mr. Mitchel moved that the *'
the : Ior"l .of
tI parts 8 message bill entitled an (. part the unfinished bU. :,
to -
I and value of our country has enabled referred act incorporate second rradirb i of "an act F' '
, to, la1
were to the appropriate L- a Banking establish Slu(ss of the last Re&sion l was -
;
!. him to give to Florida '. Company 'ifi the '
1 her bank
) committees City .of PcnHUCola a. in the City of Pen ken up, read the fir's timemade Mn d. 1 !

q i i' true character ; and his devotionto Mr. Reynolds presented! petition1 read the first lime ,and whicH made was tlieol'de sacola" be postponed to Monday the -,order. of the- day. \rOfii.,t.#' ::
|
her interests. will obtain Jor u is of', sundry, 'persons, (praying! of, the day for next",.which was :agreed to. Wednesday the. 8th, Deccm_ !: r I,.4to' '-.t e
+ all that we can justly and : Monday jnext. On
the
. reasonably ,that, Fleming Island in the ,river 2d reading of" an act next. ,
llr.Doggcttll' l r
f expect. ,Congress has .during St.' Johns of ported, a bill enhUed confirm the divorce of G. 'Priest "miMr. r..,:
now part Duval. County ,I- "tanact Doggettvcs .added to i ..v

!, S the late.session, granted' .,,, much. ., 'to'l' l be added' :to- St. j John. 6 ,:of Gabriel.to .confirm',ries .at the dl Ann divorce from, Ann his'vire" the Council Committee, ,''1 ,f condensing-" ..' g :*&,{ ,-l'.,;'J..1
ra resolved' <4.,1. "
'." :- ." .:. 'v', rt t' itself into, 'a"committee: oft laws. .
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,y ".,.. MitCbl t 1 "restritedhe rOle\,,streets ings, that aud the lotsand Council] public: He build-1( whole, Mr. Reynolds in the chair, right to complain when the head':of a ,rtpublitan Mn. Hcxr-You will oblige us by stating -

i may enabled ro se, 'repoi'ted said bill wiili. a- nation so far disregards the tore- i that ;in consequence :of Mr! V F. H. V
: ;:' Thai a Committeentedto to' $ 1eVhJch' ifi"J most Nisbet declined to offer for Mayor
II mendmentsvhich having : ,
hcd, J reign did the President when
were agreed lo, people, as
f/I into and expedient; acjopt for the V
enquire fle'7eat and the Mr. } Alba has at the ',request of his
I of K rpon terVttorial affairs ,;; that thr'5ame. to f serve in office _V.
sur. again to-morrow. Legislative Council. This is mentioned i elected at the election 1 and be '
riO I the be reported to the Council ensuing ;. i
mter- .
ri &J11 to require 1 : as soon I : On the: ", bill id regulate lh?: su- .without any intention of expressing .dissatisfaction supported by a large majority of,the f
11)) as
a S ,I"I"or Its co-op- may be.faetday V in -put, writs of e 'r rand prosecuting with the gentlemen appointed' ,CITIZENS.MR. V V
[
'(Ii ; lt!) which I JVbv. 23. appeals! in: the Court 9f Ap but merely to uotic that,vften the will oj l ." ."(
:' '
ion Mr. from
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Mitchel Reynolds the V
(r' d,and Messrs commit1)e: alS of ,this Tcrritory"the Council the Jitople in this County vat expressed 69aR HVUN1'i :);

,a 'aat' dopthC, "cl'e appointed of that tee on thepelijion of Lewis Fleming in committee: of ihe whole, jl/r election, it:vasofur_itiinoticed lluit the We request you to publish the V ;', V

.IUC e and others} reported an act D oggett. 'it) the: ;chair, rose rc- TWO:[GEXTZ.XYKX WHO HAD: THE O.E.4TUTn3lJUR following" of names, which we ,V V

Com\\'right( from the Commitnim 'declaring FI ri1ing's$ Island to be po rted ine bill with amendments or VOTISWUK 'OT APP0I3TJU1: ; intend, "to support 'for tlC GovertiV V

., judiciaiY, reported; "a I'I'r part of St. John's: County" which which); were agreed 'to, and. the :while we are sensible of the,injurious effects ment of Pensacola for the year ... .

tee reKuUc I the suingout: writs was read and' ordered for a secondI'eadi'ns hi,ordered to a third reading on of discords and divisions g ourselves 1825-which we douhl not ,will be

b ta and prosecuting appeals.JTcourt I t! on the.I second Monday of \V eC1nesdav next. this..would tend'to show that una- ihe MAJORITY.V.

of Appeals of thise 1tlf Dec. next. V ;An engrossed bill er.titled an n nit/does not always ensure success.We .- For Aldermen. V ,

," which wa read and Mr. Miichel gave notice that act to abolish the fictitious proceedings hope however that "union and harmony Joseph Noriega William Davison: J V,

:r1\NY Ihe 1 order of the diy for he will ask leave to bring in a bill in Ejectment, and for o- will prevail among our citizens" Henry Michelet, John Jer !ion, ":-
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In.: e next. authorising a Corporation to open Ihcr ptjrposes therein menlioned" and that the Governor's concluding paragraph Francisco )Moreno V 6. R. A. Rfcketts, V .- V
Fernando James VEugenioA. _
Moreno
1 rsoltchc1' cported "an act .and keep open canal between St. had third be Qtiin '
: a reading and was PASS- may speedily accomplished ; Sierra, Julius Pescay

COrpOI'ale the city of St. Au- Augustinu & the River St. John's. ED.. V for which purpose we would, recommend Samuel, Patterson.. .. Benjamin Wyman. V
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to .Be, and to improve the public Mr. Doggett reported a bill to [rhe second reading of a billtoregulate an atlenthe perusal of the Message and V

tC -:IsiTI the neighborhood therevhich regulate the Counties and establish Counties and establishCounty1 u compliance with-the advice therein con. wap 1WQPILTFPEY&1COld.

; : was read and made the J I' County Courts in the Territory Courts in the Territory of.t dnc:. .

tr. .f tl.e 1 day for Saturday next ry Florida,": which 'was read k Florida:, was postponed to Tuesday 1I
(
j. pr t n0tU: ojtainl'tllca\} 11 1 made the order of the day for Friday next. Our, Cillf.-Busil1e.. for the last two I I VV,
,
I : <\r. '' :3'* weeks has been much more brisk than at
,'pil. 'k-n act to prevent. ,indi- next.Thcubill.. Air.Vright gave notice that he EN.rEIIEP.Dec. .
rei; ),/ls II,U 1'1 being sited cut" of the to regulate the admission will on some' future day ask leave any :othur lime for two years past.-Our 4th.-Schr. Hairiet- Holmes, Mo'V.
u"' harbor has been filled by a respectable b ite, Cargo, 12 scroons tob:1.cco.to Jos,
I reskic 1 Attorneys and Counsellors
'ut"' 111 whicii! they to ,bring in a bill relative to the ci- S.viler.! -2 bbt.ourand V
number of 1 bbl.
Cc; \eseis and haeworfJ whiskey
jaadc the or- at Law in the Courts of this i'errivi i our streets
ch \U1S iiiJ an: jurisdiction of Justices of the to Wilson. V ...
ot'busiriess
,,,11 nf the! dy fvr \1lUl'dar. %Je toIcc v" which wa ordered to a: 3d peace of. this Territory ; and also our an teilow-citizens.appearance cheeringto Schr. St. Phillipe, Gras, New-Orleans: ,

ill l.nt. >)> reading on the 26th ins*. was now a bill tb authorise the apprehension Cargo corn and whiskey to J. 'Viola.Schr. .
,7V 1 About 1 tllln red bales of I
FrdIY .' U1". 19. t.i k'n up on motion of Mr Rey- criminals and ptnishment & fifty Cotton I San Antonio, Hold, NewOr.V
have: come to town in in thecoulee leans Cargo, 20( bbls flour, 20 bbls. rice
Vuight from the Cotnmin'tiu' ;... '- folds-the-Council I, in committee of crimes and misdemeanors.yir. wagons 4 ': 1
Ir. C3.SrVWIfle, 3 boxes
of ten or twelve days, which has I sugar, 12 bo-cejt. I
/! : judiciary, repurte,! "an of the whole, 'Mr. Reynolds in _the: Russ reported a bill to prohibit ,candles 10 bbl sugar, 10 hags salt, and
.u: found a ready bale at from 11 to 14 cents I ,
(oproude' for holding terms chair-rose, reported said bill with i the practice of killing deer 2 bales blankets to the Captain.

"'r tfie bupeiiiir Courts, in the I ancudmrnt&which, were agreed I by firelight: in the' night time, per pound-the greatest proportion has i ('I41-AHED..
1r; p been sold at from 12 12'to 13 1-2 Dec. 7th. .Vchr.
the Tom Shields
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: of Jackson and Duval 1.j in lu, and the b.JI ordered to be read which was read and ordered to ,a Forsytli,1 VV
kt : tno!$t has Orleans, Cargo, lumber the V
n.t''J'" I third time prime brought 14 cents and avery by Cap-
f
a to
andjjurjioseb
I .oJ'Haa morrow. second reading on Wednesday tain. '
t -
Ii. few of the inferior I I
have been
.. ," which was read Sc 11 ::dll JdClY, J\ov. 24.Mr. next. most I Dec. Sth.1Schr. Harriet; Campbell. V
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'; disposed of for less than 12 1-2 : 1
of the 1 for Mitchel bill 1 centse ,- New-Orleans, S "hd bottles
Jtlh..' onlor day reported a SatzirdayiXov. 27. Cargo, :; 57 I
i,: ihe :--'ill: inst. tondty establish! Rqis'I'Y of Prubatt's" -.. .A/r.% De la Rua presented certain \\ understand that our merchants are bbls. & 1 1 boxes sugar, 94 bbls. brandy, V j
,\1 determined and prepared to gi\e UK 430 jars oil and 5 pipes wine Le Fretre V
and "* : by
bill
in at ill auohsli the fictitiousin a to abolish the resolutions ol a meeting of citizens and Legenda. I

:'l', ""y'1".5 Kj" ctmtT.t anJ hJl'l' County Courts" which, were read l of Escambia County, and a planters liberal prices ibr all the cottoittiat 1 Schr. Escambia. Allen, New-Orleans"V V V

ti': u1pJ'itS: .herein inciit'unrceivcd and made the. orders of the day petition that the law authorizing ma) brought to market this tea k- Cargo, 31 pipes mm, 7 pipes; wine, 10 C:.. ., V V
tll I' son, anti \\c believe that bv' a liberal policy I. and 14 bales V,
; llJ\\ / its second I Uu' Tuesday next. the: County Courts to impose taxes :acs meichamlizc, 8 bbls. vinegar I
r. we shall sec-ire the tracts of .11 tnai 31 deiiiijohnispirils and 24 boxes' t
I: :1d ordeied to b-1 I The tCCI11iH.1t1atOfl of the bill l be which :
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cu1'or
it ui"* ,.r a was may repealed, were L country' wnoae situation IS such, us to enable tin by Le Pretre and Legenda.AKU1VED. .
:IcJ a 3J reading: on l'luay! for the establishment) &c. of tin ordered to lie on the tahk.Ihe V j
ilieni to their
bring tins
produce to
I I Ip1ce.
Oil ;\L County of Alachua I was postponed bill fur the foreclosure ofAorlgag V d Dec. 4th.-Sdir: Escambia, AhlenMo.V I

jn \!:ti st'tcnd r( :::!:ing 0 f'a !bill: to Wednesday next. : <-s had a second reading:, 'f V bile.Dec.

tc l'51J'J tit duiaibsiuii; of Attoriteilors On motion of L I1". Reynolds th.I- and was commuted' to a committee It gives us pleasure':: to* be euibled to 5th-U. S. TransportSchr. Flori '
da, Baker, 6 days from via '
Law third reading of the bill to of the inform tne public, that the house it Tampa Cay, V
i./ 5 a d ( : av ;u t.e regulate whole to sit on Wednesday light St. Marks, with a company of U. S. Infantry .

I C: UrLS Ifhis Teirii'Ty-tiie the admission of Attorney & nexi. ;, V the entrance of our harbor, has so ii LIjiiti6ieseU commanded by-Capt. LeaFri.

C :,,'!.. niaConr.uiltcc of me whole and Counsellors Law in the i'hcsecund! reading; 'an act: :: thai ills expected it will be> day* Dec. 3d, off Cape St. mass, spoke V 1

atg. 1 ',' !) ill \fJC chiris i Courts of this Territory wus postponed to incorporate the city of Pensa 1iLiLtU upon the OtJi iIistuL Schr. Rainbow of North Carolina, Rowland a V

\\11 :'1.ur.ed:: ihe \\n.l with a/nt(/ 'ndis ]- l indefinitely.! cOn ola and to improve the public Davis Master, from Jamaica bound: to Elizabeth V
( From friend ; City N. C. Davis
; our at Tallahassee Capt. reportedthat .
::: tJ hj toe bijl u-vts ordered to the second: reading of'*a bill 1 roads in neighborhood thereof' I have rccened auinu ihtchsungmtci we i-: about the last October, being'off* V '

.1 1' 1t; en Fiidi.y ncx?. to provide l lor the holding <.f termsof was postponed to the 2d day of geiice, whicH We cannot communicate Cape St. Antonio, he was boarded by an V

baiurduy .'\'uv. 20. the Superior Courts i in- the Dec. next. betier Uiun by a publication. oi, me follow armed Felucca boat and robbed of some V j

The second I'" ajin ; of the billproud Counties of Jackson: and Duval in An act to incorporate the city wg : cash, provisions, clothes, a boat and two I
-' Tallahassee men ; and was then left with 1 man V ;
only
J\'ov. 25ih.
1 i 1l' for tile I laying off of the the Territory. Florida, and other of Aug..stine and improve the "The Indians are removedHie, \ and two small boys, and scarcely any i I

.1 ivu ol failahassife bc. was post- purposes"; the Council, in committee public roads in the neighborhoodthereof" are about taking then leave, & seerc.luct.ailt 'trj'1ast iu proviSions.-Capt. Baker supplied them V! J

j 1) !ned Muiiday next. of the whole; l Mr. Reynolds in was read a second time to mUSall a country so pleait with provisions and water,. and put onboard

Mr. Mucnt-l gave notice that the chair, rose,* reported the biliwith and referred: to a commi.tee of iii > suivt and beautilul. They speak wan two men to assst: in bringing the ::

1 \vould on some future day ask amendments, and the bill was! \hole! to sit on the 2d J/onday of great IttctiOii oi Uie Governor, uno liasbc : she!anbow: has ito been this port to refitsince which V
heard
not of.
l.Uuh.U o.idtlie :
k >ie 10 in bill: ord< lcd to a third ) knowledge oi most
bring; a to abolish I reading on Dec. next. V \ojJlc in tneir boualt.s Dec. 9th.-6'loop Almira, Mallet, Saint V

t.e County Coups and for the ori Monday the 8th Dec. nex:.. The further consideration of the UJu personal courage and persevcr- Andrew'sJiay. ;

;. :2itiOJi: 'oi'a. Ue'J.!istrv ("If Proon TliurtdayVci'.25. bill to provide for the laying off amc,thc> \veie queucu uheu about to --a---- V = V ,:

I h'3u for, otMer purposes. Mr. Mhciiell) offeree uie following the town of Tallahassee and the coutiiut excesses They also speak of H


Mr.V;%.;;''lt, from thj: Commit- resolution: sale of the lots tht'rcinVas post- the knmiiw'ss and attention oi 'the white LOST.V :

V :r' 011 lht-! judiciary, reported "4 RtJJc'/vet, That the copying pom d to 71/ouday next. people genera V J)'." V

b' I It rc'''uiate clerks be fur Tallahasseeov.6th.. 1 NOTE given by J. area to the sub-
the foreclosure compensated ISl'l''ices :
b of 1 jl/r. Doggrtt reported a bill :;o We are well, as could be expected, /V scriber for sixty-four Dollars & V V
thirty
21' rtha fitS hy the Courts of Corn atlht: rate; of cents: provide for the appointment of fora XYuous-iottu of hvc mouths olll,iou aU seven cents. All persons are hereby V

11' L iv of ih.s 1tiiii.ui'y and for r per hundred: words, and that: the> Justices of the peace and definingtheir tia csaeniiai appointment of shelter for warned not to trade for said note, as payment -. V V

0 her {lurposi-s," which! was read rI I Committee on Enrolments! au ihui'ise1 powers, which was read and lue Jiead. und Iniiag lor the slomach : has been stoppeiV and any person .

:1 nude t!.order of tSe day for t to employ clerks still ordlrctJ0 a, ,second reading on well roofed houses, all wnu' ciamney'bmoieoricss finding the same will please return it to : V

S :uiUay next.'l cienl: rOlthc"supply of copies for Tuesday next. -!:,reat<< pieni> oituel, as old Jacob \Vhitvell.Dec .,
liouu ivqu.ici: iiiwo iengUis of a tree
he to.11."., ..0 incorporate t'In C'I- the use.of the Council" which resolution V Mr. DC la Rua g.ve notice that: ii-oiu tne uoor :sill-good beds and blunk0. 6th, 1321-40-tf. V

t of St. Au -ustiue and to improve was adopted, and on motion he will at some future day, introduce plenty ; some CHaIrs anr an occasion- NO'rlCR.DURIKG T -

1 c public: : ads in "of Mr.'right the blank al table ; gooa riour and corn-meal b "
; r.> the ieiihbor- i a bill to prohibit personsfrom a- my absence from Pensacola,

I .OJ innvof," was postponed ti.V o' therein' wus-lilled: with u twehc.ilt ." driving cattle from -OtiC pasturage con, beet, pork, poultry, wild tmkevs, Davison Esq. is'my Attor-(; I

...!..}' :u xt. .. Robinson presented tbf geese ai.d tiucks, butter, potatoes .ootn Il'f in fact. -
i pelition to another without the consent : 'I
kinds onions, apples, coriee, tea and ail
/r. Michel! gave notice thatcuicl of sundry inhabitants oiCiadsdeu : of their'owners.. the variety ol 'i ar comtits and comrbru- V C. Y. Fonda. V r
': __._ V Dec. 8th-40-3t.2j V
n some: future daask. County, praying ihe ->J aU root& and all Dientv.. V ;
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:%c lo bl'iut in a bill conci-rning: l powers o thc County Court in ,re- !Plli il@@lli881 a- j/je! I1L8c.amathla and lam; ."otce.rJHIE r
:
"('S ,;nd a hill concerning' free: lation L to taxes may be limited and -- --.- depaited to-day for the country of tUe -
Upper Creeks, with wiiom lie intends lo undersigned being about toleave: ti
p olJle of color. that the -County officers may be S-\'ITHIJAY, DKCEMHKK 11, HtH.c his tent. The tribes Se- V sJAj Pensacola, requests all persons indebted '-' > : II
:::---- -- -. pitch[ remaining (
Xfr. Hellainy from hereafter h elected) by the people, =ao to him, to call and make, immediate i- V
the Commiton Ii)' the attention of Col. La Rua of the 11lHWk) arc assembljug at nick's town, V
t Hie petition fur tUV cstaqf which was read aim oidered to lie L g'i ltiCouncil from whence thc)' take up their line ot payment-anct those having claims against V
enabled
L Lshnent we arc to him
to them withoutdeV
a new County in Arfporttsl on the table.Mr. .. march for Tampa, in four via)s, al1Iurtll'Scoutenteu present -
lay bcfore-the public the proceedings ofthai uy V V
I lua, : wa hill to Dog rlt from the committee and hal>py as could pos.s.bl a
providertlie body to -the 27th Nov. J. II.V'
up together have been looked tor. .APCampbell. I
t' &iblishment on the ijethion for the .incorporation ,
and organ I- I with the Message) of Gov. Uuval. This "Sui'v:qo!" GtlIel'IlITHe Meridian line Dec. 10th, 182.t-40-h. '. '-.1..1
: lion of th of thc of .
( of towi. Fcrnandi-
County Alachua, document is a concise exposition of the iasbeen h run nortii to Georgia, and south '
\I[lich was n-ad AIIU made the or'ofthc na, reported unfavorably) to said character and prospects of our Territory, one township-to-morrow the principal NOTICE.wife -

r r ( day Wednesday next petition ; which reportas 01 cler- ami v.e trust that! under the administration !I surveyor '(Major Clemens) will recommence mY wife White, formerly Mary V V
//r' Du,,,geti gave notice that I he ed to lie on 'he table. -: and complete the line south, to 't Moore, having left rAy bed and

ill on i ome fu'.ure day ask leave On the hin to provide for the of so able and energetic a chicf magistrate : the Gulph ; after winch he will enter upon board without any just cause. 1 do here-

1 bring in bill )laying off of the town of Tallahassee our_ prosperity will fully equalits I the base: line west and run it to tne Perta- by f rwarn all persons from crediting her :
a to
organize- theiniy and the anticipations, and accomplish his pre- do. Mr. tone set out 7 or d days ago on ou my account,as I will pay no debts of .
:: Courts. sale of lots therein," dictions. the bake line east. As, many otner sur her contracting after this date ; having ,

V Monday .'".'ov.. 22. the Council in committee of the There seems to I be but veyors as can be employed, are cng'ab'e'd petitioned the Honorable the Legislative V
.?fr. hole, Mr Reynolds in the chair one opinion M t') on the township and section lines, and Council Florida forti divorce from the
V\right from the! Comniitr to the character
I ; of the interior of
our without de
rose, reported and the whole will be completed said Mary. V
CT. the prli s ion of certain in- leave to sit progress obtained Territory, all represent it to be healthy lay. Most probably the lands will be in John White.December .

li italllS of Peiibacola, reported* '' again to-mor- futile well watered and admirably calculated the market by April or May next." 10th, 18244Ut.Globe J V V V

::a-bi1! to incorporate the City of row.Mr. V )to afford an :agreeable and profitable All accounts of the country continue |

i nsuuia and tu improve the pub- I Doggett gave notice that: homq to the industrious farmer. most flattering."
l "1'he I'msacola & Road Hotel. ;
'iC; he would Augiutine ,
roruij in.the neigliburboodeietf : on some future day ask The removal .of the Indians and the -Capi. Burch'd proposals for contracts,

!;/' which was read and or- leave to introduce: a bill to prohibit survey Tallahassee and the liflISifl theneighborhood h.tve reached us, and there good reason 4J1lIi .

Grrrlt for a second reading on Sa- the burning of the public lands,, are objects to which Governor to believe that contracts will be offered c-lLj undersigned friends and the rspetfullyfhformshis public, that he

'rdy ncxt. at particular I seasons ai'd a bill to !J Duva has turned his attention for, from the Appalatchicola to Si. -Augustine has made extensive improvements that

The second rcadingof the bill provide for the appointment. oft: most earnestly and efficiently. The one by men who may be relied on.- commodious and Well known' establishment '
to Justices of I The prospect of the completion ot the
Strict the local : the peace and, for defining has been already accomplished and the V .. V .
jurisdiction of the ro.:d, witmn the next year, is very t ur.- '
J'titt.s' : of the Peace, was pos 1- their powers. other will be effected with all practicable: Speed the road and prosper the road makers GIoleiIotcl, V :"

V ;:t1d to Saturday the 4th Decem- Mr.' Russ gave notice that be expedition. ,say wc all." dndsu say tve. and that it is now .open 'for"Trthe VV V V

:r tiext.l. will introduce a bill to prohibit the On the V /- .
: subject:of County taxes, the law + r ceptid of traveller V -

Un the second killing of cjcer by fire light, in the needs most, important addition I COMMUNICATED. and others- for the..accommodation ,of ..
.;aU reading of "a bight time ; some For the Pensacola Gazette. whom no pai'ns will! b& spared. His ta--
penalty should be
;.;* ? provide fjr the laying off I ol'' imposed on those who MR. HUOT-At the earnest solicitation r hIe and bar shall be supplied with the '. V V V V
i'o'An of Tallahabbce and the : Friday.ov.6. neglect to give m lists 'of their taxable of a number of his felJo -citizenS, Capt. best the market affords. Stables are attached V V

J'1 .oi the lots therein," the Counif On motion of Mr.Vright he! property. It ridiculous to expect .that. Jerrison has consented to allow his nauje 'to the establishment.V V V
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'n CommiHt'C of thc ;>ctilion presented yesterday by a man will come ,;t.forward.and report his I to be published as a candidate for the office Boarding per week, g5 00 C : V V
whole .
of The ticket. fur I Hoarding & lodging week 7 00 '
Mr. Robinson Mavor. following per ,
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referred 'property, for the :
Jjf' rijal in the, was to thtcornrnitIc purpose of having it V ;'
chair-report- :Mayor and Aldermen is therefore presented i Do.V do, per day -I 25 : '. <

*4t POres and oht int'd leave 1 to on Finance. taxed,,I unless some advantage is to be to the,citizens'of Pensacola: ,, with Ihe. i V' Breakfast. .. '-- 50 .',V .,. :<, ,.t, V
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*ftsnon Thursday 1 next. I V On inoijnn of Mr. Mitchell, gained. or some'n'ejially avoided thereby. assurance that each'of the persons therein i Dinner- ,- V *-:t.l.. V-'i : V-. 'V .75 aV..V.... :'.I: .ii C't' .! V

011 thl' tccond; I Jfsolved, that the committee on One)'car'C experience: has proved this- named,;has consented to serve If elected, I ,Supper, '.4 -- 50 .. .'v'_ .1f 'I"::"' V

lc: st lhIi h rfadinjj of"a :billa the Judiciary be instructed, to en' onlyone; individual, having given ;in a 'Ji.t and promised taitUfully to defend the : ,Horsefe'cd/ 50( ,'1 :; : : t.:

: t. c 0.3 hank in the Cit",. of'I quire into j the expediency' of amending of his property :-It would also be ,well rights: 'of the',city.. ? V 'Do. V V per week," :4, 00'/; '. -V 'ft
the VV Do' month ..
f1ti" Counci' in Cotnin r For Mayor.JOHN ,j per :.r-- 16OScth'.Sto1ei'T :' : :
to limit tb '
. tie act incorporating the put some the amount bf taxa. V \

tht the. whole, Mr. ReynoldsOf Gharitabl Society of St. .Augustine hone, *, V V V 'JEltJtl PN. :: -V- ;....;.. V V

'p %l1d UIta111t, : leave- :) prog'1'e bSin with< leaV'e to' report by bill ,On the subject of grievances and ne. V For:Aldermen. ,MobileNov.- .. 17-40-3t.;,- V,.- .:.' "; -. ,",'...... \'., .
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r l1d1}' next. or othrrwse.On.the. gleet from the [.parent, government 'JohnDe la Riia, Ferguson U. Kisbet. ; .NQTICE.DURING . '.-. r-.. ,;!
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O njCJtlcn v kill. prG'idefOr ,ihelaying cannot: exactly agree:with Governor: W'e-j,Henry Micbelet,. Noah ,H.!Allen, :("my.absenceJrem Pensacola. V '': V

.l t4 h'td' of /[ Mitchell, : off bftber town'of Tallahassee va],,though we ate' willing ,to admit at' jloscph! Noriega,.: George.- Barkley p, J. ; .. HUNT isiny agentVan&V\ V
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onHhittee or A
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Peter .A16q, .Mayor'of'he City THE: SUBSCRIBER) fodSnvto St. John's river is about..185 Merchants of Pensacola, wishing I the ')fet' &a tiJ ; :l'Vi' 1

: Of Penacota% t "ILL receive proposals to open by miles;nd from the St..John|. river.. to St., :encourage,the ,trade in Wagon* ; : appeared 'a4' ocr. r

: A PROCLAMATION. 'n- contract the following 'named Augustine is seventeen; mu ..tread to their,place.as also to obtain Cotton of I' &ThaU hdpaperthe en r dtt ; o. ;
toad laid outfroro PenwcoU of taePartS the beat quality, and being aware that nit r etli .
ofthe Ordinance of parts ofthe (
: sixth eection ) .&IS to t
the 19th tt February, 1823.rntitJedI. to;St. Augustine, under the orders of the is Sported ready fo>'should delve difficult many small planters, who can bring but aniaflquantitytomarketata the;Princijitpart. .cr .L_ ..... .-,'
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,the winter be received by me, any time, deserve'encouragftD1e Pi TbeadVetent: :
t ordinance for the better re Department of War, during I the contractors s : ,-,<.i

,t n of Police,in: this City,"prescribes .o1R23-24, izIo.l.From : respecting it arise difference between shall be decided t, for the paulA they take offenngtard or'r. l' \
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&, myself, such have, resolved to my apprehension. k
it shall be incumbent on all tenants the landing at"Murray's with their crops, Inri '
4 f the thereof Ferr'on the east bank of the Ockolocko "' by some disinterested third person divide the amount subscribed, two hun- asertion" that I en erei "
to keep chimneys "
of soot, and arc\1rt. from fire, and if ny river, to the landing on the West Bank chosen:by us jointly; and all expenses the at dred" ollars,into two premiums as. men- night, and knocked anYP3tt or
shall
ar
at
be
chimney- shall take fire and blaze out, o the St..John's river, opposite to Pico- tending such reference tioned below, for the best two loads deli- Pi"tobeaba.e, -mcttl 'aud :
; : lata. co>>t of tfie contractors. veredon or before the first day of January Fitod, wIthout the shadow of 1) .
and
tenant shall forfeit pay not (:t- the ;
, g5." ALSO, Hliat' the proprietor1 ;No.2.-.rom the landing on the cast The privikgc1iikeise to examine next. nd I call on.thejj ifo1'l r .:" ,
John's river kt Picolata to road as it progresses will be reserved tome tile Adv JI fortheU'
shall i bank ofthe St. FIRST PREMIUM. '
house provide itt
of each
occupied the ofSt. Augustine. ,at all umes before its .:completion Cotton any. It is equally falle ,."' 'crj
same uith a ladder at least 12 feet city F9r the best Wagon load.of in thu I
I for No.:1 will be received when, if in 'my judgment the contractorb sconded,
and a well Mwaterat leant 8 feet The proposals bales, say not less than six,bales, oattemptedtoab c ,,, ,
in at the scat of not proceeding in hU work according square not left town or .. '
' and failing herein shall' forfeit and by me person government weighin 320 Ibs. each, orvupwardsto be attempted i
g3 for each of such de for Florida between the 15th and to my instructions audhlj contract, and bound with sixlropes 01 more, a SILVER I have only to add,that rot this-t '
quarter year
., '." I 20th December next; ,and-opened and I shall refuse to obey or disregard my directions with suitable inscription, of ed and ,outrageous 11'k. ;
,; ) replied on the last day. I ,shall then be empowered to annul VESSEL a MAD & S TROCD, to ruin 'oor7 15b .
beginning of each value of hundred and fifty dollars, an
the
already one
: No.12' will be received I forthwith, he'forfeifmg all Printer -
The for the contract Journeyman I
have ropoWs the will ;
season, the above provisions or that sum in money, at the option ot 11
4 4 .,, recommepdcd compliance on the by me in person at St. Augustine be claims for compensation for the work done successful1 candidate dress to a jury of my'countr4"r**.* .
tveerithe 5th and 10th February next ; I will also receive at the same time '
Stephen ['h.
and
(
of fell -citizens, we PREMIUM. Sin
our good SECOND lebh
: ,the last others the of Govern- ;
and opened and replied to on with the at seat
::1 convinced that their own reflections For the best small load of Cotton in New-Orleans'Noy. .4th..3"J' ;:
them with the necessity of day ; but in ease of any accident preventing ment for FlorioX: proposals for openingthe .
impress: that date 'through named the or round bales, say not less than
withI my being there at following parts o{. same square
conform themselves Nitre
.. to be in the medium of the Post Office, addressed road ; but, as such proposals cannot be three bales, to weigh 300 Ibs. each or upwards al\ Gun'oV

s ; Ran.e, 10 AS to avoid promptly or put_some out to: me at St. Augustine, when no avoidable definitively: acted<< upon by me at that'time, I A SILVER CUI', of the value of THE Subscribers. agenu, fqj'. ;

: 'terrible prepared fire, the too ft.L .-- delay in acting on them shall occur. it will only; be necessary: to forward them i fifty dollars, with a suitable inscription, will b conSt ntll i jL'! ;;
scourge lowest bid in each or that sum innnoneyas preferred.The with this powder .,
winter-visitor of cities. But as 'The responsible by letter; viz which has btTO *w i
be neglectful or inattentive to case will be accepted, reserving to myself 1st. From the East Bank of the Choc- following persons have been appointed approved by all whohave.u>>ed ic Y) :

, own may security, and as it is incumbent the privilege rejecting the wholeif tau'hachie river to the West Bank, of the a committee to examine the COtton confidently'recommended tonuf lurvnirf*.* ;i

.k; us to watch for the safety of all, the terms do not appear tome to be Appalachicola river. and award the premiums-it is expected *it is warranted equal, if\notsuncj $ ; '

J it shall be the duty of the city such as are reasonable. Bond with penalty &i. From! the East Bank of the Appalachicola that satisfactory assurance will be any made in the United StatesaM1above cr :

. ,x' after the 10th of December and with satisfactory security, will river to the West Bank of the given by every individual offering for cither London Tower Prf }-:? b I,
of occupied be required of contractors for the faithful Ocklockony nver. that the lot of cotton produced is bv ** ., ;
'I 1. .t, to inspect every yard
. 8, andto ice that in each there is a and correct performance of each and ,every The,same directions as to opening this the growth of his own plantation.F. I A., STONE & F. B.hlSn :".
i
k and a ladder as aforesaid described, part of the contract. part of the route will govern, as are pre- H. Nisbet.N. 100 kegs just received, ."
for the strict :Contractors are to be entirely under scribed for the others.
I to report to us daily in:1' II. Allen June 5-
* direction 'and subject to orders 1J tL
mr ,
il&y ent of the above beneficial provi roy DANL. BURCH, L
:: in.e"C1'Y thing relating to the road. Jlast. Qr. Matter.Pensvida Jas. B. Selby,

J i: at the Mayor's Office in Pensa- :Both of these contracts if taken, must November 5th 1824. Jos. C. Keyser TeBerint.!; :

:f cola this SOth day November, 1824. completed\ by the 51st of. December T : Has received, per- the hat arritoi. ;.
-
1825. :F. Pasijuier. ond oIVe-m-
{ P. Alba, P/dtadelphia &lea ,1M ff. .
PEiSSACOLA
:, I The first,that is from the Cckolockonytothe Pensacob, 9th August._1824.-23-tf. i lowing fresh apply of GOOD3..
tilayor.I. : St. Jo m's river,must be commenced -- -. ,
.. the first of General La fayett:'* Welcome. .
on day January next, or rn@ rrr@m.Im Groceries
OLAl'"ElS.. sooner if practicable) ; and the second, }) District Columbia, to wit : ,

that is from the St. John's river to SsU received per schooner Cara-n I) fc it remembered, That on the 28tH

1 : following Papers, viz : I Augustine, by the first day of March next, JUST from New-York, an addition to Ip day August, in the year of our 'g,1ff\ Barrels superfine Cincinnati; fo

: }'l.OPIDI.\N (by.Inc. Fitzgerald sooner if practicable.) But if either the former supply of books, among whichare Lord, one 'lhou ml eight hundred and 4chetshysonskintc3 do ,& (6 jcheju;

l ;* & Co.) Kos.50 and 52. oflthe contracts shall. L be completed be- the following : twenty-four, and of the Independence of gun 1824.powder ,imported 5th Apj, } .

:; : Pensacola Gazette and ".est .lo- fore the stipulated time, such part of the St. Hon n's \\eU), bp the author of 11'ave1'/!! the United States of America, the forty- barrels loaf

,: Advertiser, !'os. 1, 2 and 34. Ap road as it calls for will be received by.me .Bidn: ficld's Medical Practice, ninth, Joseph Watsoaof the said District, 1 00 5 boxes Sugar ale ,
and
1 ::1 at this office. and promptly paid for.No Franklin's Journey to the Polar Seas, hath deposited in the office of the Clerkof 12 barrels porter cider,

Nov.2rth, 1824. advances can be made, but if it is Hajji aba's Adventures, the District Court for the District of copperas

: desiredcertain payments will be made Waldo's Naval lleros, Prose by a Poet, Columbia, the title of a book, the right

(:? STONE & NISBET. by me from time to time, having special Songster's Museum, Salem Witchcraft, whereof he claims as author, in the words Hardware
'
regard to the work actually done and remaining Coleman's Anecdotes, following, to wit : ,

!: : |AVE received per Schr. Caravan to be done, according the con Egan's Sporting Anecdotes, It Freemen'I Gratitude, or General La 1 ton American castings,

I' : 1 from New-York, and are now open tract. Gregory's Chesterfield, 2 'I.'Qa.Charlotte's Fayette's Welcome in the United States; 1 do. English do.

3 a handsome assortment goods suit- Perstt.s proposing for that part of the Letteis to Wirier, being a compilation of the Proceedings 1 do sweies iron,

I to the season, viz : .' road comprised in No. 2, are requested lIt1mO nOl1's: new collection of Anecdotes, ol th_* People, and Constituted Authori- 5 bundhessheetdo.

fi packages fine cutlery, knives, scis- to make two sets of proposals, one for I Le Sage's Devil on Two Socks, ties, connected with his Visit; with an 2 do. steel l, .i ,

tt r? sors &r. and plated wares, the road independently ot a bridge over La Pcyrouse's Vn3 age Living lays 3 roh. Appendix, containing accounts of the ce- 20 kesnailsassortec1d,4d,4'
cases Ganther's boots, fine calf Iro.b St. Sebastian's fiver and the other include
; to New Robinson Crusoe, it-bration of the 48th Anniversary of Independence lOd, 12d,20d.

gans and ladies' slippers the bridge. This Bridge must be I Phillip's: Speeches)tier's Elements in the principal Cities of the 100 doz. knives and forks,
ti cases men's and bo) 's hats, assorted: 18 feet in the clear, and if the worm i is ,I Tales of Landlord, 3u 6Vn 8, Union, or selection of to. ts and pertinent 20 do. Pen and pocket knives

:. case flannels, kerseys and fellings, known to destroy timber in that river, '!! Scott's: Lady of the Lake:, Anecdotes." 20 do. Padlocks,
-
case stout knit halfbcse, netls & caps, to be built on stone columns-the shell- I hut that for freedom '
I WalkersThree_ Spaniards 2 volt. they fight undertake 6 do. coffee mills,
cloths and cassimercs assorted
; cases ofthe such is
stone country, as procured
II j Butlers Farmer's Manual, 10 do. brass candlesticks,
1 case miXc( and blue sattinetts assorted near St. Augustine. It is expected that | M The noblest mankind have
tit- I Barbauld's Lessons with colored plates, cause can 10 do, pocket books,
a plan of the bridge will accompany the Depping's Evening's Entertainments, at stake ; 1 do. patent sauce pans,
made
clothing, superfine
:k q ; ready proposal. Ewing's Geography, Gregory's Legacy, Re'igion, virtue, truth,-whate'er we 6 do, Carolina hoes, r
and coloured do.
: blue black coats, '
It 1 he road is to be opened sixteen feet Lockefs &. Bacon's Essays, call 1 box planes,
_
mixed do. blue
fiock coats military ,
I : black and coloured, cloth and cassi- wide throughout, and all timber, brush Hodgdon's Letters, Liii Song Book, A blessing, freedom is the pledge of 5 doz, carpenter's hammer
: : silk wood and other rubbish to be removed Life of*Franklin, Washington's L.te, all." 20 do. gimblets! ,
sattinett do. ,
pantaloons,
i ,toilintU mere s nd cassimcre vests, &'c. &c. from it. The stumps are to be cut. downas Watson's Philip 2dan 3d, 2 volt. Henceforth, let it not be salt!that fiejmb- 6 do. draw knives,
4. low to the grouud as possible. All Hawes* Life of Newton Putnam's Life lics "
cambrics are ungrateful. :; boxes No. 10 cotton cards,
.
: 3 cases fancy good, prints, ,
marshy, miry, swampy ground must be Life In the of
I Bonaparte's conformity to act the Congress 20 bags shot,
ftncv robes, linen cambric cravats,
: t cabsewayed with poles from 5 8 inchesin
to
Astleyfs Lectures of the United States entitled 'An act
Cooper's ,
: Irish linens bombazettes : 20 kegs ponder,
.
fine
,
gen i
jl diameter, at the smallest end,laid dowu fur the of
Meuical Hi
errets: stones, encourajfcnrient learning, by securing -
fashionable lane
i t1eme 's cravats,
: black) close and permanent. The causewaysare Mutray's Materia Meiiira, the copies of Map, Charts, and Goods
worked robcsLadics'sikbags,
to be fifteen feet wide and securedat Dry
,
; Phillips on Indigestion, Books, to the authors and proprietors
stocks &c. &c. ,
each end with heavy riders, firmly staked Baudelocque's Midwifery, Mich copies, during the times therein
.. 3 bales low price shillings, down. Ditches tour feet wide and Tollers| Law of,Executors, mentioned also to the act, entitled 1 trunk fine brogan,

k Incase good quills, three feet deep arc to be dug on each side B1ack one's Commentaries 4 '(Jol,. 'an act supplementary to an act, entitled, 5 packages dry goods,*

.- AND of the causeVk ays, and the dirt thrown up Bishop Home on the Psalms, *an actor- the encouragement of learn- 10 reams foolscap paper

I. a variety of of.55 floods in store, such as onto them, leaving it highest in the cen. Marshal's Friend's Family, &c. tc. &c. ing by securingthe copies of Slaps, 10 do. letter do. i
V blankets, nc 61 j shoes, wool': hats, cotton tre. At intervals, in long causeways 4 boxes wool hats
t J proper wuicu, Charts,Htul books, to the authors and proprietors t
.4 ,. 1;.>: cards Stc. i.-.. or through very wet ground, open together with the stock heretofore on of such copies, during the times ALSG-20 doz. Lee's X. London ?3!% \
13th 1824.Jruit
I I. III.. _ _Nov._ _ log bridges must be constructed in them, hand, ;.composes a very extensive and general therein mentioned,' and extending the N. H. ALLEN. ;
l ill ; to let the water pass through. Where ss0l1ment- of books, and will be benefits thereof to the aits of designing; June 15th, 1824.,
. ,;, : and Ornamental Trees, any one shall exceed hui -
' causeway one sold at the New-York prices for cash engraving, and etching historical aad other -
clrcd )ardsin length, it will be opened in Merchants and prints." AN
:: :oil! t!c. Country public or private ORDINANCE
the centre, or at each distance of lOU Libraries furnished liberal In whereof I have hereuntoset '
: : on the most testimony To amend the ordinances to raise
t'I' JJ3.) WWa 1Pmll yards, as the case may be, to the width ot terms, and such books as are ordered and my hand, and affixed the publicL. I nue in the City of Pensacola, 'panel a rt*

!,,,. iir:. }tOPIUETOH of the Lannaan Botanic 20\> hen feet the, for a distance or other of at ground least 40 causewayed feet. are not on hand, will be procured with as s. seal of my oHice, the day and year<< a- 29th December 1822 and 4th June fa*
swamps
t Garden New-York offers little : \ : ,near to the"t' SECTION 1st.
1t j f shall be of such a nature as m-t to
distance will be attended
.., public hisusualvery! extensive collection atiord dirt sufficient to cover the causeways as promptly to, EDM. I. LEE.Clt..L. lie it Ordained by thr Board of,.fife*
-
Of Fruit and Ornamental and meet with the same liberality as a of the District Court
men of the City nftelllhThat for tie
; : it must be carted on to them.It .
:. ', : 't c Trees Flowering Shrubs and is contemplated to establish a ferryat personal application. fur the lit'strict of Columbia. present year, antI annually bereaftfl,j
ji W. Hasell Hunt. The extent of the work cannot be'anti- '
i : : ,'! ; I'lants, Bulbous Flower roots, the Suwauee river,and it will be re there shall be levied and collected 0Iu1(;,
and thousand cipated, but it is presumable that it will : houses and lots the of ,
$' 'i near one species quiredtobuLld a flat there 45 feet July 19th, 2824. property persons
long ,
ot'Green; House Plantsamong which are and, .11. teet.. wide, according.. to a plan, I nut be.less than 200 octavo pages, nor i residing Vithia the corporateJi.mi: t33!

\ the Olive, the Cinnamon, the Cofice, the i more than 350. The engravings will not twenty-five cents each! one bundrd
whirh shall,be furnished to the on
contractor. JUtta the
Peter Pen6
Mayor of City
By jf less than
be five
,nor exceed thirteen.
b' Green and llohea Tea, the Black Pepper, All the other branches, streams dollars of the value thereof.
sacofa
&c. &c. Catalogues of which be The price ot the volume will be between SEC. 2d. lie it ortlainM, Thi)
d' may: creeks, lagoons or rivers are to be bridged further
'i ; seen by calling on the Editor of this paper :-If such stream shall be less than ten- PROCLAMATION. g 1 50 and g 2 59f and persons, especially on all houses and lots, within thiscitT or1

agent for the Proprietor, who will feet wide, with strong log abutmehts for '\tPHE1EAS Daniel E. Burch Assistant the youth are solicited to extend its jurisdiction claimed or owned by aaf
forward promptly orders left with 'N'' QuarterMaster, S. in their patronage to a work, intended to therein,
any the floor beams to rest upon ; and if more Army, pursuance person or persons, not residing
_ _ him. Oct. 2433tf. than ten feet wide with staunch frame ofthe instructions of the War Department hold up to view, the reward that virtue there shall be levied and collected a W
has this made tlue and valor receive at the hands of freemen.. huadttfl
bridges built upon trestle arches, none day over, to of thirty-five cents on each one
of which arc to be more than 14 feet a- Civil Authority of this corporation,the They will please to direct their subscrip dollars of the value thereof. .
Notice. three buildings known the kitchens of tions to>> the subscriber, postage paid. TWlan
: part. None ot the main timbers ot the as Sic. 3d. Be further Ordained
the block-houses, two of which situa- .,Printers friendly to the object wit by 1
bridge are to be less than 12 by 12 inches are all Lawyers, Physicians and penefci
w AV\ LL persons having accounts open squared and hewed, nor more than 14 ted Government Street, and the third re-publishing this, perform! an act acceptable holding civil appointments under thejj|;;;:

IT i : t3e=*: with the subscribers, are desired to by 16 inches.. squared and hewed, excepting on Sevilla Square; therefore this is to inform to the public, and will receive the neral or 'territorial governments excel'I ,

jr: ; come forward and close the same without the mud sill?,which must be of logs- the Citizens of Pensacola, that said thanks of the subscriber by having their notaries public andjustices ofthe ) !;:-;
;1 I Those claims buildings are, from this date the names inserted on the list of patrons of len al'
delay having against the hewn on the upper and lower side, the public not being lawyers, there shall beand
r:":1 firm, will please present them for pay bark taken ofF the other sides and the prfnerty of this Corporation ;and that the the work, as will *Iso those who may furnish collected a tax of five dollars? '
; "- ment. materials of the same being intended firth any poetical or other iuportant: mat- ,w'
I log itself not less than two feet in diame-, SBC. 4th. Be it further Ordained : ;
: -- r We have on hand a considerable assort ter-and to extend at lea 't four feet at improvement of this City, as the ter for the publication. there shall be levied and collectek4,

: ment each end beyond the exterior edge of Board of Aldermen may direct, it is forbidden JOSEPH WATSON. dogs in the city aforesaid, a tax .of fi !

ofDry Goods the uprights. The bridges are to be 12 to any individual to destroy said Washington City, Sept. 1. cents, which tar, shall be paId by "*.!

: feet in the c1car,.that is,twelve feet from buildings or to carry away any part of the STOP THK HASCAL. owner or owners thereof. 1
Groceries, the exterior sides of the uprights at theca materials thereof,under pain of being Sic. 5th. Be further Ort.dne4'* ] :

: Hardware & CutlerQueen's ;' sil.| The flooring the frame bridges prosecuted Police according law. $20 Reward. the personal taxes .1ntntion lH rt..th\J.! I l
:) The officeruru
t:. is to be of sawed plank three inches particularly directed and 4tU paragraphs of the 3d E
: Glass, Stone & thttk. The other bridges maybe covered to attend to the strict execution of so the tax on sword canes &c. menu|] .. .

,, A Tin Ware with puncheons hewed to three inches I this proclamation.Given* A CERTAIN STEPHEN Th.SINGLE- in the 5th paragraph.of the same sects. .r?
in thickness. The whole to be pinned i under my hand and J\TAlLy, journeyman printer, enteredthe of the Ordinance of the 4th- of June,i'"" "

i : which will be sold vet,, lost for cath ojih* firmly to the beams at each end. No o. the seal of this Mayoralty, at office of the Mercantile *idvertiterf are hereby repealed. !.

? t" Jas. B. Selby & Co. ther timber will be admitted in the con- i Pensacola this the 25th day last night,and threw die principal part of SEC. '6th. Be further OTdmne, "

,. ;' ii Pensacpla,25th Sept. 1824 29. itruction.of bridges except light Wob October. 1824. the two forms into pi. He absconded ;this the taxes on slaves, on saddle '

I or heart of pine, or some other wood P. ALBA. morning, buts supposed to be lurking a- and four wheel carriages, ;:

: unln l\\n known to be equally hard, durable and By the MayorN. bout the basin, and, will probably avail and collected in contormity .I'l :

n\ceg-ro lasting. The bridges must be built so S. Farmantier, himself of the first boat to go to Mobile. ance ofthe 29th of "

: 4; A SILVER SUGAKBOWL& CREAM jiigh as that no part thereof from bank to Sec'ry of the Board of Aldermen.Mayoralty Said Singletary a small man, slender subsequent provisions to .'

: i'rrunn, much battered and bro- bank shall ever be exposed to danger made, thin visage, bushy hair, aid apparently hotwith t"l wn1:. ::

; ; I ; -'- 1 ken. The owner is requested to call, from the effect of the highest freshets.. of _Pensacola. 26 or 27 years of age. Had on SEC. 7th. Jtnd be it further tfl!. ':', .:

c : proveproperty, pay expenses and ,take Good and staunch hand-rails I will be, required r.oIJUE: price of Flour being this day at when he vrenta'way a green coatee and That all and e'yerypro.visi othe ., :

: the, articles. to the bridges.. Such small branch- g>6 50 per barrel; according to the grey pantaloons, and a: black hat much nances of the 29tlfDecember,4: .1;

: i F. Bouquet ts as are neverdeep. enough in freshets Tariff, the Bakers must give during the worn, with crape upon it. It is not pro-4th of June, 1824, which are'not ,_",-" '.

:; Nov. 19th,.1824-58-tf. to obstruct carnages in passing, and have ensuing 15 days, 36 ounces of bread for a bable he 'will, change his dress, for the repealed or alteredhy this, prt .,' ,

firm sandy bottoms, with firm, banks, may bit. clothes he has on are believed to'be his nance shall receive their. fullexecution. .'. .. .. 1

; : BLANK BOOKS be cut down and left as,fords, but in this P. .Alba. Mayor. only suit. Said Singletary is from .- :' "

,. resene.to myself the right, when re- v Oct33d, 182....' Charleston, S. C. and has been compelledto Saml.Prendentpro. Patt- rS

.; :. fUST receded.for sale A.. the Pewacc- cieying' the road, to decide whether they runaway from several places where he
:; QJ la Boot Store, ought to have has .
i ii been bridged or not.- W HASELL HUNT been employed. The above reward .Doard ef.2'
Hi.I; 'A few Ledgers Special inatructiousMs to,the of will be paid f and .
i fPayBopks manner ; draw deedsbills of sale apprehending, bring 17th '1824.
.' opening the road &c.: and more particu WU-L pow ing the said Singletary to .justice on Approved Aug. ,
i ,. : larly, Wd of attorney, bonds &c. in the ap : P. ALBA.4fayor.
flan descriptions the bridg. most!'approved forms and plication at the office of the'Mercantile! .
attend to
4 : Journals,' es,w I furnished to contractors, no de. other which any Advertiser, No. 74, Chartres Street,'NewOrleans. + .
writing
;
yiations from which maybe committed to JBLANKS.Shipping: .
will be allowed. Any .- .
'
Letter lum
I Books andChildren's ,'with and 2 .
promptness
,' information. reiptcting ithe country i ih j.t on reasonable terms hlllutuation accuracy, and NewQrleans,Noy, 2d, 1824-37-3w Articles. '
: Copy Books, &t Icangue, will 1 I in -
e ,com ul1icated -
,b1. the.
clerk'i' office' renders Manifests,,
me to application PK1MTJLNO(* Coasting 'V
any peraoDwlbl
"W. lgto make I I '
; Hasell Hunt. propo to bun .
:. faI., while 1 im at the 'J r convenient! for,those 'who pay be Executed 'o Sjave.Manifestsani-
e&ofgerr'and .with "
.Oct.3Otb,1824., II I abou,to execute/any instrument 'ofm., 'neatness and *
before the tot of '' I ., :VBifls of Lading,
1 day
: receiving said i :
I
which
I ,. ting' ito be recorded.. at this-Office.
despatch
'
: : thff'officc./
: .. : r ,I' For' sale (

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