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Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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 Material Information
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: January 8, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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System ID: UF00086631:00036
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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AND P&QPJtlETOS size of a 12 pounde ',tifai hich he wou\d advise /
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The _{owing. 'lines are from i :. Mr.Bigg t.OJ'PJ'e' f .
publisher of the I/aw*ofAtf United,Statin.Subscription the' :pen' ,of Jiighly; 'respectable ,.r. JTe bear jouf oppressions- ,with patience, brtunately' did.. no.further'damae i $:nt:to the parish authorities: '.:,

Five dollars ayear In a& : and so'great; ;: ,I t han disco mposmg a few of: *his I t necessity of .inducting'_her, as acorn
correspondent we know are '
vance Advertisements inserted at One wrUteti with the; purest intentions.. That* 'some fate:m*,y:'suppose.' us abandoned'by 1! cUrls, .and 'then- ,'strikfefr\l J lie** 'wall* ; non.public,nuisance. .. ... : 4

Dollar the\first: for insertion every twelve-each Jines subsequent or'underfor insertion -- however'violcnUj' theymay' be as. To suffer injustice and,never'to rise, 'reboundefl.back..ag.uo' td 'itV .mistress. '*. Mr* Biggs said, ,hie .certainlyshould .

Fitly Cents failed; The gLeat' evil complained While the: sun keeps his station and. Uponeatiithis:piece" follow. the* magistrate'i ad- \ t. ,
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twelve and a half cents. shines from the skies. of ammunition, it ,yasfoUndocon.sistof i viceJ. a .
Single papers oa f in them be irremediable -
-._____,. .-. _t' ---I- may f But.Fetter and Freedom so coupled*tog : her Ladyship's kr : .
and one' the h' petticoat 'j ; :... -
up can deprecate or- ''t b' ,1 ,
1-r O-P08AL rolled into a' hardball( ; and &. :.4: .
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Dreadful Shipwreck- seaman i L
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rors \rhich may result from the Must. sooner or later produce stormy weather .
publishing at the Seat of Government continuation, of the evil', more than bound .with a' handkerchief;' which' named Olford, belonging to Polpe* : ,

of Florida, the writer:-Still it is deemed. to- Unless' exeItion., shall shortly be" preparatory: process,,noj,doubt, ,it ro: ,.has..returned tQtlh native place,

A Weekly Ne\v -Paper, be the duty of the Christian Phi- made, : I: had undergone at the watch'house.This having 5t.{iis 'Ijegs, and. .bdn 6- '
the To mend ,our cOldition and not to de' :? assatiltt.onishedSir George: therwise in a most piuf.ulstate.-i ,
TO BE ENTITLED rYE *lanthrophist embrace 'occasion grade. : '
not a bit more than the The
recognjtion ,- following account is
given
which the -visit. Jeh ovah who male suffer ,
great us a man, :
lnt presents may
Y\o"riila \\igeneer..' to pointout more forcibly a glaring Of sable complexion to form such a plan' i of his person by her Ladyshipwho bv this poor fellow'of the ..cause of

TN soliciting; the patronage of a gen i! inconsistency, and. to vindicatethe As made St. Domingo a region of sorrow -I now addressed him in a most his; calamity i, On, the '3d of April:

J rout public in th.e laudable. design of rights of Race of Men: : unceremonious style, and concluded 1823. he sailed from. Ply mouth_ in ." ;
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diffusing local and general intelligence a- Of riot and carnage, .destruction andhor- by reminding Him, that if he the, Mount Stohe, Coleman, master
the citizens of this young and flourishing living in a land of boasted Freemen ror! .
moTig his
kept and John's'New
carriage livery bound St.
servants to .
'
Territory, the Erlitors feel that are yet held in the most degrading --
diffidence! and embarrassment, which al. servitude. ". TJe wish td,present a condition so awful now, she- also did the. !Same at foundland.. The clew consisted ,

vays attend the commencement of every one, time. of. the masterSaml._ Longmard the ,

enterprise, the termination of which js involved ADD BESS TO GEM L.1FAYETTE, Altho' we are told that such measures are After the usual plunging and mate, three seamen, blford/ Cost, ...

in the uncertainties of futuritYet )'.- from The Slave in the Land of Freedom. lawful ; kicking fit that accompanies the and PingleJ; and .a ,Cabin->>. >oy.-
feeling solicitous to be useful to the Massa, General L4 FAYETTE Ire therefore solicit assistance fromyoUj .
onfine her
attempt ladyship'siiousc :They had qn Aboard beside 1lr.udagethe'.oYntro
community, they avail themselves. of thepresentaUSpCiOUS We poor.iVJegroes'not forget As one to whom,::deference is own' ,d .to 1\,.&.....", '.k--WMJ tbu wtzC'W&tCfl" [ the' teasel, & *. .i
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.in the -.hdL1e.- :
period infancy UoU" Y .cAIto.tb; .1-L1ifl1. : '
cia new and growing country, NT solicit When our White men made; a staud, I millions' to you have surrendered% the for the night, aud the next his .son.a lad about 17 years of age* '. of j

the patronage and support 'of the citizensof Anxious for their liberty. heart, morning brought before .Mr. Roe, and a Mr. Uothwell, .a passenger. .

the interior, to a News-Paper, the importance .. Though they little were from free ; Direct them, 0. General, to. act. the' good the magistrate j ; who,,when he $aw They had a rather favorable pas. .

and utility which, if properly How for the!Ii you bravely foughl : part, Mary Anne at the bar, expressedhis sage until' the 7th of May, 'when '
conducted, no one will be disposed to To take,off fetters with wisdom and
our
"- When to war the tribe were brought; I surprise, having himself c'om during the prevalence. of a dense'
question.The for freedom and for Life grace, .
Fought I '
,
resources of this delightful sectionof Deeming this a glorious strife. To treat us as brothers-tbo' sable our muted her about a week before, fog, and whilst the vessel was sail .'

the country, its contiguity to the Gulf ... race. 'i and saying, that surely 'he must ing at the rate of 8 ,nots an hours .' "

of Mexico, and to a fine back country of Now again you come to see I Allow us instruction, and fit us to live, have done so. for more than. seven they struck against a body of ,ice :

Gftorgia, as also its.central situation, .in : Grand effects of Liberty ; [ Then to crown other blessings, our liberty days, asked her how she bad got which was level ,with the surface .

spire the pleasing expectation, that it will Freemen make their voices swell, I I give- out ?_ *. Why, out at the door (said of -the water.' The
become a place of considerable importance 1. Loudly boosting" All is well That we may unite in applauding your shockas.sp
as well as the centre of refinement Welcome you in every State, name- sht-) to be sure ; do you suppose I severe that the,vessel was'.stove in'J i '

and science in Florida. friend of man, both good and great, The friend of mankind and deserving, ,climbed! over the. wall. ?" Mr. Roe, .and after .a! vain .attempt' to>. stop .

'The FtOHiDi I&TIU.UGEKCER is designed Who in time offearful need, of fame. asked her no..nmore questions, but the leak.,'they were; :<< [forced to ''get :
to be a Vehicle of local and generd\n. joined their But while we continue as slaves to yourfriends : ..
the
cause expos'd to bleed inquired what the into
S ,- was charge against boatwithout>> .being able .... .
formation, and accessible to all persons, Tell with unbounded .
you glee, her ? \ .
" who may be desirous. of discussing topics I How they give their hearts to thee Who hold us in bondage sinister ends,; now tosaebn&niorseLoffood'-adropt. .-
of a public nature, or of communicating 1 i How can we our shacklesgc sorrows ibrget, Bartlett one of the Beadles! of St. of.water, or an article. cloathibg! *:: t

scientific researches and literary essays. Now Massa, the General, the Libertyman I To sing Alleluias for General Fayette Gilet parish, said, that' 'about; 9 but what they had on, and, pushed ? "'
But all personal and invidious disputation, .. p'cJockouVeCnesday evening, he from'the.ship, which '\aa rapidlj ,. : "
every diversity of attack on private character We ask As you are surrounded from morning to ; .' '
well .
shjill besuppre: sed. you some questions' as as we was passing tht"tlgh.D.ruryla e, sinking. Soon after leaving the ;

- This is not to be devoted I I can :- night-whom and saw Miss Mary Anne blind: 'vessel 'she vent down,.and They '
paper to any As the Whites gained the Freedom for By men our .presence can neverdelight
man or.to subserve the purposes of a,faction which they.contended, : dusk, dancing and prancing in proceeded .he'esrortb "IaY. .o! '

to laud one or depreciate another, I Could you have suppos'd, when the war I Excuse us for sending by aid of the press, the mud, in the middle of. 'he.. wards the land, from which they ,'- .

The feelings of every individual,from the : had thus ended, ,: In the Newspaper form, our humble Ad street, with about .100- persons. were then 300 miles Distant. They '
humblest to the most exalted,'should be That,they would bind over the Africanrace dress. : continued for
to
when
inviolate and secure. And the Press, .- -- ._-.J-- round her. He attempted to take row days, ;
-
While under our control, -shall never be To thraldom unceasing, and endless disgrace jJll L Y. her into custody, but she struck being completely.exhausted; by fa- '
.CE .
degraded to the sacrilegious purpose of ,- ., .; .. -. him right in the centre ofohe forehead I gtreJlnlng erithirst'a'nd told1 they";. : ::-" .-- :

invading moral and religious sentiments, In i ti.1g more evils, as thousands to one, I and dropped him as if .ht were compelled to desist, and.re :.. ;).:,.,' :..
pr converted to an engine domestic Fromthe_ oI' -Eng and Galaxy. .
discord Than the rulers of Britain them had signing themselves to theft l&tlbg .
shot
and internal dissention. on ROYAL 'TWADDLING. were ; two other constablescame I : :..: .
Its
politicks I e'er done-
will be while up, and she floored them they allowed the boat to drift, before :
Republican, the asperities I Ah, hold us as cattle for barter and sale, The English papers give their
and recriminations parties, as far likewise ; and her hand being now' the sea. On the 5th da'yjrMr.
as possible And leave us as hopeless our state to bewail readers accounts of what they are .
will be avoided. in she knocked Rothwell the ,
? pleased to call specimens of democratic down every man, passenger, expired

The press, type and paper, will beimmediately iBid woman and child, that came in her ,, and on the seventh day'young
twaddlingfrorh the
conveyed to Tallahassee you, Sir, imagine such Pleaders for : way ;. and it was only by ..turningout Hodge, the owner's ..son l
(where one of the firm now resides,) and I American papers, in reference to ; "
right
I the whole posse comitatus ol died; his /ather a f'ewhoursf: t. /
the of the
publication commenced .
paper Would quickly prove Tyrants and substitute our reception ef General La Fay- :
''as soon as a sufficient number of subscribers might- ette. It is but fair that the American Drurylane, and by tying her hands shared the same fate ; and waif-" .U .

are obtained; which it is hoped and And kill the poor Negroes who seek, tho' should and feet, that she was secured and L speedily followed by Cost and:'Dm? \...';, '

expected will be in the month of Nov'r. in vain, .- public with few occasionallybe carried, body 31 d bones, to the gle, (the two se'amen) the mate:&' .1

CONDITIONS. To shake off their fetters, their .Freedomto regaled a specimens I watch-house. the boy, leaving only the master.
The FLORIDA IITTEU.IGENCEB will be gain ? of legitimate or royal twaddling. v
and Olford alive but reduced to -
: Mr. Roe said that he ,
published on a large royal sheet at Five The Courier states that his Ma. really

Collars per annum,payable in advance.It Orcould you In coming once more to I jesty left the Hoyal Lodge on Sun. .knew not what to do with her. the last state weakness. On the .

is necessary that this rule be invariably this land- day in his Phaeton The beadle entreated that she 11th May, 10'days, after quitting ."

complied with and it is hoped, that all Where you in its quarrel obtained a com- before two Poney o'clock at and a quarter took might'be confined for life, as she: the ,Mount Stone, they were observed :.i .
who sign, will consider its iiiand ,
importance. swore ,she wouldannihilate him; by a vessel belonging to t
Advertisements will be inserted at Anticipate his'favorite drive to Virginia water I
one finding one-sixth of the nation
of
board which :
on
Liverpool
,
: dollar for the first publication of every Subjected brutes, and denied education -that he there entered a ban. when she got oat, and also declared

twelve lines or tinder, each subsequent queting boat, and partook of an thai she would exterminate Sir theyvere'ta en and' treated with .,t

insertion fifty cents A 'number far greater than half of the elegant dinner with an excellent George Alderson every attention their deplorable .
Any person subscribing and paving for whites, state required The'.neaf t: ). he
five ,shall receive appetite-that the king'and Mr. Roe said, it was quite use- ( ,
copies the sixth"gratis.. When they unto blood were contending party were'landed ab uriOtrnije; from ,
Editors are requested to. Insert this I for rights did not return to the Lodge till 1 less to address any admonition to St. John'fvh' er,11i &ijh ... ,. -
;
y;
.Prospectus their respective and her she must find bail.
papers, o'clock-and gives sundry ,other ; .
friends to assist us in obtaining patronage. Our 'Yet such is the case, Sir, at this very twaddling particulars respectingthe Where the hell am I to find medical ssist 4Mt (t.t' ;, _
generally, will confer a favor by hour, In consequenifhketbe1ng .
forwarding the names of subscribers with While white men are boasting of Freedomand royal twaddler, that we have; bail," said Mary Anne, unless I frost ;bitten 'whilOlford rs' bokt"' .
out not to send for the Duke of, York ,
delay. Power- room repeat. or the: had ,thenf' ; iuJat d

dj::::: Please direct for the present to this Yes, while they in myriads together are But -the following is the best Bishop of London, and don't like a little 'above the: inkI In.Oct. 11 _

place,or to Tallahassee. meeting, specimen that we have for to do that ?" and suddehly propping .
seen
along L 1823, he was sent to-St. John's to
To hail _
Gordon, Crane & Co. your arrival and give you a greet- of bail she aimed -
lime. It the subject
gives such delightful ,
a ,
.
obtain horne wnilitthere
ing! a passage .. ; _
Pensacola 13th October 1824.. -- - _
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But while they report. that "ten_. ,niThnni" idea of the refinement and terrific blow arpartiett, the ,bea it was ,found" 'necessary: .a-: __
Territory of Florida of men; nn. delicacy of, a celebrated memberof die' which, luckily, : for him, fellshort gain to amputate his legs".a )jttJfelo1f' ; _

),County Court. Unite in proclaiming your praises again, the twaddling nobility, that we' and only reached. the mouth the, .knees.. After "recovering :

County of Escambia,jOctober One million and/zalfofthis' very number, publish it at full length. of a man who was- 'on' other busi- from this second'.operation,'hi :
Are,treated as' 7at>-and their masters the office and deprived '
Tent 1824. ness at nearly
sent -Endlihiffier _
still slumber Marlborough-8tnct.- un- vas ; _
ON motion of Adam Gordon Esquire him of all future power of __ _
JFhile so enormous conquerable Mary Anne earce, _
I wrongs oppressionsso I _
Acting Attorney for the. Territory of mastication. jP- _
Florida, ORDERED, That "Rule be en- dire, alias Lady Barrymore, who cer- She. next turned .: Glorious uncertainty/f the tnz-ui' .. ; ______
.orbocle.1nsurrection, destruction & fire and round and directed her battery against In ,of Commons
tered against the defaulting, Grand and tainly displays a spirit prowess the British house
Petit Jurors, to the As you are a lover of Freedom; indeed, better a reporter and, after ac Mr. Peef I ___
appear at next term of worthy a cause, was. on the 19 tli February, _
These truths must affect and ..
this Court, and shew caU'gef if uny- they heart bleed ,you make brought to this office, for about cusing him not in the most gentle stated ttlat there.were 1C1l lessthan ..
have,why they should not, be fined for I your ; terms exposing all her little .
their said default the Grand Jurors in 'Approving age what you did in your the twenty-fifth time within the Firrt* diffefent tatuMf applicable .
;
the BUm of/\/ een Ito/farBOfech, and the i : youth, last, 12 months,on Thursday even foibles in the newspapers] she le- to the ;sum moning o fj ries. Dr.j
In fighting' for Freedom, for and veiled a blow at .him 'which 'had it __ __
Petit Jura,, in' the sum of Ten Dollars Glory ing, at the sitting of the Magistrate. Lushington; '
c'ach. And h.i further ; Truth, reached him,'would. .have:'put him \ibo "
Ordered That a, You can't be contented It seems she had lain in "Hfe would: appeal any ILWJ t
-opy of the-above':rule be published. in to see us enslav'd, the since nine past reporting ro.ftom: time. woftld ihe .
the Hensacola tbizeUe, six weeks By freemen. who laud you for valor that watch-house o'clock : 'appeal to 'honprabk.soli&or.eneral .
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ively. A true CopV. from the Record succes., '. 'savedt- 'f., the'evening before, to.become qualified The Magistrate: then ordered hero n rn ,' : __ _
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Attest !by sobriety to make her be taken. .outpf.\fcg office r bift Wbetb.s'uitSOlWfCa3e5 ivere' -
'Miller Ii hat,Sir, can you fancy our feelings before his who rl t"t $i6yth ell, on ..both
John Clk to be, appearance worship.- was to approach; ber'firsjtjwiasthe ; : ___

by W. HRicllllunt D. o. /Then. white men proclaim ".it is good- Sir George, .Ald-=rson' 'happened' ques' i.on.If: .j:, : .was, BarUett', I sidswItbout ediwith. equal" ." _

!-o.,26th, 1824-38-tf. > 'to be free,- upon- thisoccasionto: preside! for duty, but tfesiruV.iott&lared bii3'ithe earnestness. ,and confidence,' until'. '" 7 ___

.. 1'haft\ uence*and. slaughter in Liberty's the, regular .Magistrate,. and on ;face nbc. )attempted'.it. ATtej he ifrifqrijmate jydge. was over .

STONE cause, hearing the complaint against Mary an awful! 'paused hqwetferj: it'. 'waj; whelmen, _: iT' r 'contradictory 'de-;. i. I. c' _
& i **icisions
NISBETireceived Arc sanctioned j '.
jjavc Schr. Emlemn 1 applause-by Heaven with loudest' An whose 'perfect' history he' joyfully announced i1 : fHat: rLady-! '.on Ihe'palnt..before him; nftf;' .4 _

New-York, and per Tom Shieldsftornew.Orleans. Thatmen. Who thus hazard their life and was not in. possession of, after ship. .was; .inclineiifto'treatXupon: qnfy w.atk ja>yijy ,;any "respects ___

', :' ',' v th ir.name, ". reading her'along lecture on *the reasonable terms-nai: ely? .tliat ifa uflkncU1tctt. : tLiose'qse.. ,bushiesi. _

(0fli\Dbts. floor! \ superior;Vitality, Shall' shine i as :Immortal'* in ':Temples of impropriety her conduct, he di.. .wide. spvfrreJefL'clear'forJier; It as ta .sl udrr.a,1ia\t. tbr..qD1I1IDU.. . _
i; .100 do.Whiskey I '. fame?* ; / reeled he nit ) inran-4 \ '
; that she_ should be taken o cb t OU\, :, ,atlarge ierWhoJy ; i
30 .
JPfu-kimj kegs I d. ( ? 1 .backVto the .wah--house and anyone :'Huming to 'approachher ,Lofit!. "A: tlnl ." ,Jleriona.whq' -'''' '. _

el JO I.J5COWee butter, .) Ilow.pursue plau>1Yrt, ey..tell. tis, the course ,to brought up againtb next morning she :wouldQuietly pk! : 'after. lJir'b'eeni ." exccu1dit_ jataIhlcii: : '. ';.::. .: {' __ ___
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oO.sack* Liverpool rround'salt, In lti.he'alPlauheY lavish.on you'! ,. before' 'som magistrate. who Marsdea, the' oaet9;; ffiL.A ",ck-: before. 'i hcommias i! n'.P.ofthepijpr9! <,' .v _

*kegs tobacco, ... -a. Th4' p. udit.ii.and! : ,speeches' <.pronounced. knew her .bet*r. "Upon c .bfarihj up:roonf_ ; These feVnurJHR ijaa.. i didntt, :noiSvoercfOiSKSri iJnrt., .' ''. g ,$.' _

4n ALSO, j r;; ,by tlic'irbreaUi,, '' .' .thevor3er: her Jad"s.bip\"ho'tit od 'lv:. accepted:,.and ihef jLaoyinip i ful CotnTnQn9.At. : 'i 11 :: _

t! .packages domestic plaids and stripes; Inculcate: the doctrine ofFr cilorn' or all, tlicjy hilACprevio:: s i.jJrstcniiigto 6Tle'd'her: ngagern to ,l'eltttrt. 1 window,in the; -Str .ti 'It -..' ..'

.tieles lirtings, ..linel'f: with! and U heIr variety of:other arrVJ"h *t Jedth\ '/ *: his I Iwora&ijii.as 'calnPand .de-; "Mr. R i1' Mr.Jliggs :pears:the, follow" .notIce.. ;-'-. : ", ,; _____
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:% nui:* I ",,,tcllof"tuia city met nento'n: :the page ofyourhistory.; S c ht.Sb ark'1ro'1! m; ,. S on Saturday last at :Mr.*. Herrie. : she presents to- the admiring.world :West 'I0are J->: t in
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: ;.I to*give a-'public dinner .Captain I the patriotic'deeoVofthe -illustrious'Bolivaiv Havana(ari iVed last cVea1ng :. .' 1t; s' r ceit England' resi.d' ; 'i.'.p '..'.:.'"f" ', .... .;
: PILOT commanding the Colombian .- I : Tbu, in th! "broadexpanseofretfl ThepflFet5afl4 crew are. ft6 : dUp of arrived in ,thismornng ':C1\.Y"}" :'! i' .J. 1' f .:: "
fa' -_ of*war :Urica: and his 1 ami ii illlnlood"health.: ..-. 'hereh10t eA: ..firniAgthe.statements: '
hloop pire :ejitjrprize, : ''6r two Turkish frl-'. : ,. ; r- ..-i.... ,
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President,and John Grymes and oLjthe, 4&wihi 1 while. Colombia,. heraiJsesesazIed Jl-J /. f, fiomtbeUjteciSa -ga'tes'an'd..sever'the 'Grecian fire-ships ;The !Pl.r.; iHqlX't. \:i, :;. -- "' fr .
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MbrgahJEsqs.'as; -
. .4 George from her iiaturaUpositiptii jIftr. *j ;atMyidenBimliScito before the i !
lying ,
;T Presidents: *After the removal ofhe mition of: her,veje ite cl character,; % 'Tlfe folJwoR! .,awOne, officers Turkish Squadron 'yEas' Tlh 'OCtober expetedc new \ :

:z. --cloth the following'toasts we'retiratofc'anffi : already plossesse ,:'th'e jane 'com. 'aitacheiiito:; ;:ant:Vho ave; fettirncd : on the. ,the House at the, entTmitce "ofborwa 't: >1' ,

'aSswefed' by militarymuskplaying mAnding.InfluFHcVin the, Sontli.! \ 'the Sfi r.k; -John Gallagher H., ,' and'Pacha itiva-sVe ha4iV lfOl'ted b": "haJ up. the_ I ? lighted.CftrtheZ01h.. { ,

;. different tunes appropriated u May etwoIepUbliCSIH4heunttLi Esq. Comdi.Emer..r H: Captain .Beef an4hd i cember last, ,'and equals,'Our: '_ i ir
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:" '. 'to* the several 'scntirlst. .. ' :4 : -'metrts :.' I'. of t"' i irins; iiutionstmlfic lastIng Sorgeonf Jacb6 Morris", Master ; gone to Constantinople.: great ... ,,
' :, of. the I troopsM\vl _ich; had omitted to express our 'gr iut L
Micfship- er part
; Our Country-greatlem-- .iiondocliQzeit' friendship, Joseph Wilson, P'-tse ; -
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.% .: : pie where liberty is worshipped by continue'the deposilbriesof the 1Uberties6f"mankinM. men' Sands and B n ard ; Thomas, betn t>rder 'd for the' attack of'Sa- : ion .at this, :greal acquisition 1 S ;-4.-" t

; ': votaries born in every clime.. *' .Anii, should MfCubbin, Captain's Clerk.FOREIGN. mos had .returned.. <, !those captains who flDrh ; .t:'. ,
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l : 2d. Colom6la--From ber cradle the jrnerclnary'"bands', of despots' S SS c. PHILADELPHIA'Nor-. Latest '6or, from the,expectation, : : .
::. bounds the Andes, *'and ehher.na- from Gibraltar ,*ml; Spzln.-The
she over thc-sacred sbll of
: pollute lsha'vt been
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fromGibraltary .
from the Carabian Hesperus,' in 39,: reigns already tiori (battle ground aNewOrleans ship
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arrived at New York- : ) to.Pb't ..
Pacific .
; i ea to the ocean. where freemen triumphed From the National Gazttte, Philadelphia,' > .
: 0 3d. Ihe President: of the United In defending their homes November' morning. 'She' left there; 'lish the bearings and other uem 7. ''

; $rare*-Hrs powers flow from. .'the and families. From 1I1triro.-By the Trimmer Oct.18', and brhigs'>JMadiid; datesto sary information concerning'- ',i '" r

4 ., ,ptople ; they ligitimate. We regret we were unable to from Alvaradp', 'We have received October A convention had but the bad ,weather has pr eVe'ntd. ,,,,,,

1: "4th. WASHINGTON bad nor procure all the volunteer toasts..- a file of the Sun, publishedin Seen published between' the. ,Spanish and 'WP are, obliged th. ,'pos'n, .::: ..4...< .
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-but a' hero has arisen the the Mexican down and French governments "
.precursor The following were only ones capital, to it another 'we&k.. W'. 1iri'1t .
to follow his steps.. we could: procure .:- the 28th ult. and letters dated second bears date the 30th 'of June last, yet '.
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: : S- 5th.! BOLIVAR-Tht liberator By Judge Port r.--The head ultimo, from oilr
:t f The man oNincienttines in anew that meditates, and the hand that at Alvarado the contents of troops in Spain! ,at thatdaiej should, i did; we nojt "notice it<< ,in1_ p-tr.:, .:.

' S world., strikes for freedom, in every quar- them are highly interesting. We continue in.t kingdom: to ,the 1st and express the general 'sat &fac* ..::

[Here Mr.-A. Davezac rose and ter of the globe. are indebted to a friend for a co- January; 1825, and, in additionto : tion with which the,. apj.am i... J
: made which was received the 1 of Mexican Federal former- places occupied, the
a Speech Mr. Roffignac.-l\tay the
I-: ,By py Republic ,have lately brought,their ,,: ,'_.' .' :
&< ; with the most lively acclama physical union of both ,\ an Constitution; as it,was ratified French arniy were to garrison 'Sa-
ifIf '".,.,. tions.])] be the emblem\ of the cO'U1inents.j by ,the Supreme Congress on ragossa and Cardona. The Kingof into ,this por't.sp ak t>T the 'shu. ., '

6th. lA' FAYETTE-The first in- of the people who the 4th ultimo. Spain issued ,an order on the of the House and ihe appcaraiic* :

1. '::1 divtdt&i who ever'was the:truest. of By Mr. T. F. M'CalebThecountriewatcit&b'y The 'province of ChiafiOy"which_ 2d October, declaring that rice is of the" Light. *, '" ._ S
L: S nation. ine Amazon 'claimed notanudc1'.thid.aLth.: '..' .. .
I Was ; byiinr Unrtecrstaies. ...
v: 7th H. Johnson, Governor of: aid the Mississippi.They must of Central America, and the Mexican ieth February last, rhich prohibited In 'pursuance 'of the 'spg-ge i o1t: >
l..ouiJiana-Public services have : be they'must be happy for '''' the importation of: foreign :S
great Union.
severally, and to which_ in our last paper, and at the request :
been rewarded by public favor. Liberty has blessed them with her the them left grain, floor,: and pulse. -- --, 'I:'
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was '
.. '8th. Me Congress: of the United smiles. has incorporated itself with the from'the. National Journal.Colombiacaraccae.On of the late Mayor of.this City, ws :,,' _.
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!S J 'States-Composed' the true representatives -. By Mr. LVidlaw% ..:Toe memory. latter while Soconusco has declared : leaving issued notices,' fdf tie. purpose r <

:"; I t' ., of the nation, they of those who fell in the defence. of. its intention' of adhering'to La .Guayra, you ,have a cli- inviting h 'inhabitants of.Escact*:: ,I.
t,; ; fear not the Congress of'Kings.9th. New-Orleans. S mate the-hottest in the extreme, I ,
bia '#
S 1 I the former. i County, to meet at. the Crt.. ; .
7he Navy of' ia-She By Mr.Jas. Saul .-De Wilt, Clinton and as you ascend the Andes, towards I: House U t; r : :
on Thursday evening
': glories in uniting under. ; her flag the. -His election as Chief Magistrate The most imposing ceremonieswere Caraccas the change most S
j 1'f warriors of every nation. of the State of New-York, ian used in' announcing to President agreeable. This city is about 15 'A meetingjvas held, the proee.\. '- '. I.

! 'of 10th. Our Guest, CAPTAIN PILOT evidence* A that the sovereignty Victo dthe final ratificationof miles distant from the port.and 'ings of which ;we, have riot been* *"' S

f :,; -Young in years, but old in the people is not "an absurd principle the Constitution by the Congress to-arrive, it you have to: travel .Vie' to procure'in.'time./ for-this-p3t, ;. t:

!"I arms ; he has served Colombia in ," but the avenger of the and in administering to him over a mountain of 8000.feet above per. ..",: 'I'

r ri i: .. her adversity-she will reward his wrongs of an injured patriot and : and the Vice President, the oathto the level of the se'fu 'The viewof S. IS I. .
;i ., S maintain and execute' it with fie T .J.... ">i.'"," .
:: Vj: 'j services in her prosperity. Statesman.By the city and vale of Caraccas S '
: ; .. an enlightened The late oc rence..-lt 15' t 'J 1 .
delity. ,In the solemn addressesand } ..;
: :; >: 11th. The Wavy of the United Mr. H. Morse-the memoryof from the mountain are the most
;:: .:;J "' Y ., :- .' 8tate-It is after vanquishing those who have fallen in defenceof answers.delivered.on these occasions beautiful that imagination can picture feelings ofabe' utmost. .regretjihat:, :'"'::';'.,...;

" 1i S.. .them.. that she counts her foe!. the liberties of Colombia.By the liveliest joy is expressed rich beyond description, and we insert iirdur paper aco\ mi : \.

i : 12th. The .Army of the UnitedStates Mr. Laurel-The Militia of at the completion of the the sight alone of this delightful cation onthesubjtof ;a late :\1 ,&

l' -It'Ss but! the van-guard of the State of Louisiana-always great work which occupied the scene ,fully compensates for the fortunate occurreuce-regretafihft. *.::.J ,

,I ,. the whole nation. / ready to renew thedays of the 23d Congress during ten months, 8c fatigue travelling from LaGuay- occurrence, & the!necessity- 'offillrMin ,.: ,. ;

", '. ,.! P 13th. ANDREW JACKSON-He of December and 8th of January.By the most ardent devotion is breathed ra. Caraccas contains about 30,000 gvour columns with matter which,v. {

" '',Art preserved to Louisiana theN Dpct. Hermann-The pro- to the cause of Independenceand inhabitants,. but before the great ,.
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will raise the creditofour "
;IN. I blessings which the nations of the gressive destinies of the New Union. All was exultation in I earthquake' in 1812, it contained not S S % cht.; ;

r 't S new world contend for. World, to the extermination of the the capital. The sentiments uttered 60,000, and it is calculated' that it has however taken'place'and as: ,..:, '1

" S. > After Captain Pilot's health had corrupt(systems in the Old. on every side were such as that awful event hurried above an Editor we have no 'right re1*., ", ,

.: been drank, he got up and.address- By Capt. Pilot.-Tne Ladies we should expect in this countryat 12,000 souls into eternity. The. fuse the use of our paper' .for,the** ,,

"tS; ::1 ed the meeting as follows : and Gentlemen of New-Orleani! a similar juncture. It is justly climate is that of a, 'perpetual 'of making itknovn.Vc '".
purpose
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i : .* "LEMEy-For the kindnessand the one famed for theirbeauty and said by the'F Speaker of the Congress spI'ingyou.may bathe :here '

11' ;. hospitality manifested to me amiability ; the other for,their urbanity or convention, that "the ,labors -. throughout year, and: the country however wish., it distinctly, underi:"

If' S on this and every other occasion in peace, and gallantry in of that body in framing the, every where around presentsthe sooditha'f. inelatioD.to any party'*

S, 5\ : .t by the citizens: of New-Orleans, I war. H Constitution, were founded on* the most. rich and luxuriant .appearance -: matters' .which agitattfthejipublic*,.,
tender the tribute of I 'Le'wis.The Tree principles now recognized in the ',producing indulgence will S
S. toyou my By Judge: every ,our paper ,always$e. strictly -
J grateful thanks.--The recollection' that Washington planted, its roots civilized world ash ,elemeo.ts .of that.can minister to the appetite impartial, '"open alTparties,"in" .
::'1i of,Jib em will form one of the happiest are already bearing goodly fruitsin all good social organization; that Qf man, and the extent of fluened.bye.'Noihhndlug '
t': 55 associations of my life ; and the new world, and are rapidly they had ,divided the powers, ofgoverflment which may be 'estimated when 1 ,- -,-..' .. ,

iitt>>1 wherever I go, and by whatever springing up in the old. ; assigned the attrU inform .you that the same soil "vhiC1, the. -'will.-,not. -be; ;j.:li'.... :

2 ;1'\ destiny I may be directed, my Lou. Courier. butes and i defined the limits. of which matures alf the fruits of the restrained' from* the expression** of"'" S
1l.r memory will delight to, dwell on We understand that Commo- each; left the several states the entire tropics is equally'.:favorable to the his individual. feelings,. as t a.:cit'r i #r .

1, the period I have spent in this metropolis dore Stewart, of the Navy, has I administration of their do- growth co.rnand the more use- zen-and' a.republican,and 'ifanyot
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in the enjoyment of its been from mestic concerns ; established ful of '
''f' S suspended duty, preparatory general productions Europe those who reside under a.free coV :1-"
hospitality surrounded by all to-his trial, upon charges rules as links for the various Caraccas is a handsomecity S *, < ,. *,v .'
'. S S the highest attributes of refinement relating to his conduct while in parts of the federation; divided the ,and can boast of good ernment, wish to shackle ,hini': 1 ; "J'

. :.a : and beauty. command of squadron in the great whole in due proportions, & streets, '..and j many noble; _..build that J respect; it,is not": frotheinthai '

.: 5 u. pr.do I arrogate to myself Pacificand, that it was intendedHe rescued the" nation from anarchy I ings, but the' interior of the housesare he expecs.supQri, : .. f f. ; i

S. individually the attentions which should be tried before the and decay. meagrely furnished, and in and independent' press. iVei' i! I

you have, .!h 'ya.iine, but I view Court'which: is now sitting in On the 5th Oct. the Supreme this as well as many other thingsyou peatit ll1at.our coiunnsat'.3j C
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them *Spc!.f4n a great de- Ne\V-York. But the trial has been ExecutivelPower' issued conjointly can recognise the desolating to all- partiesand; -:o r tionisb \'" :l....
reefl'qnrnottyes ,of postponed, at his enable hand 'of number of .. ;
generous request a long manifesto td the States, war. The English not contradict this assertion .. '
5ympfl6Ciuse! ,in which I him to procure from a distance evidence whichis'full of the noblest.principles who.now reside here- is 'considerable "" .. ','t ,' -V *"., < ..i.
S-. am engagf nd to the nation ; upon sbme'of the charges ,& most liberal doctrines_ ; and ,.and every ship bringsnew An S election-, .. : was. "_ .Held" ii S ,_.,'tbe-" "i\o "',.. 11

a whosegIer.: \\hlchha.ve. ; been Brought against on the loth of October, the Presi- ad veliturer.s, .SO ,that in a-little *- .: ;. ', ;
. .I. "ThA nation will receive thetestimonials him._ His 'trial will be had as soon dent published a separate address time we may expect' (tolerable so- .CourtHouse.in I. 'thIs.Cl. y- on.5-2Vlo 5. ; S Ji

.. ,:.1 of your kind feelings, as the: evidence can be jn-ocured. from himself, of a similar 'charaq- cet.y."f! e' 'natives are, .very sociable day ihe-'fo'llowiilg; .:: ...- shows *,! ., :

" ; with enthusiasm which marks Mat;; mt.Couit ter. His inaugural speech to the' and an evident, rfeeling of result thereof:-.. S ,*. ', ;: ., .._ :
t I their character, for ir is her most 'Martial.-.The court martial Congress was. delivered on the partiality is ,shown towards the Board of41derrnczrjtheCiiy' '.$\

,;' '1 .1 ardent wish to cultivate the most now sitting at ,the navy yard, lame day.j He refers to the 'examples English; whom they look upon as Pen8 coa. ":/':;- '

II ':1 S friendly relations with the, illustrious S New.Yorkbasgone through with'the of Penn, Washington, .Jefferson their best,friends, from the cordial S S Sitting offhe4ih'Jaizua ,.1825..*T :

: 4:. ... republic of the.Nortb. trial Lieutenant Weaver, the and BQlivar, and exhorts the assistance, which.our: countrymen Resolved;by.:the.'Board,of Aldermen .. S
;' i..J "ThecitizensofCoIombh'have,. result;of which, is transmitted toWash'ington. Mexica.ii ,nation to:.'endeavor to have afforded. the Colombians.in: That' .their "Secrery5b3iIi.inrnediateycqmmunkite : .

, : ". throug'iall their arduous ai.d sanguinary Some other trialsare raise herself the'level of our'Re- their smuggle>for,,Independence," ) 'to-''hi jj jjh'onor i

I": 'J' .struggle, appreciated withpeculiar under way.-JVat. 4dv.AcwYork..The public. The same language is held S One'cf the',,\most.'conspicuous pf 'the, Mayor, the list of tberer:.:. ,.:'i

'. ',' \ .gratitude the generoussympathies pfthevotes. [ for Governor. whole, return :in the elaborate address of the ourcountrymen.here:; "is a ,C lonel turns of which;.: they have, '" S ..
:: of this country. They except General Congress 'to the Mexicans Stopford, wno\has. fought: .:bat- just, proclaimed the 'gentlemen' .' '
, 1 .? S to have'felt enthusiastically the,man Catarangus, are received.. .. dated 4th October.In tlesxof the, Republic, 'Avhhdistin; elected' by'ihe chizehs, for the .offices }

: ;i ., ifestations oyourkindness-they }:>r Clinton .. 102,868 ,' these publications,and in the guished.,honor. ; ,and .since' |fie.'enemy of Mayor and Aldermen f9 ..:.
:5 ; : ,lave witnessed the interest ,IYcflng. _86,932 editorial ., was driven from ourihpyes', he t.; .
S- '.. your WASHINGTON articles on the Federal, the year. 1825,:Via*: S .. j. '
: 4 .. citizens have taken' ,in their con, >fov. SO.GenerarLa System, allusions J" haa/rtsided: with .his-famify: ',at. .Ca- S. 'r'
,
; made the \
. .. are to ;
lte ,
I .. fiicja and the entire: Fayefte. Na raccas the' of' FcJi.f.iiy :' ,; .
. j populatipn oi fate of l.; rb.ideant: uniformlyastbthateient ,. cultivating arts '''' ,. .
tion's Guest '
.: C1omb'iareceived* with ; ,, withJiis 'Son and Secretary and' is the soul'.of' ,fellowship '
joyful
1" :ac the Committee ;which, ,removed. thegreatestcob'stacle peace good ,'JOHN EON. t

: : clamation theviplemn* .recjbji. l :and Officers of'of A' rpangemehts 'ta the'.trial" of to,.\ynolejpiace.:.VThispatriotic ,.' ?1 m "M ..' ,,,,,t't. ,.r,
:..' of'theirS Jndtpcn pnce'by. i'CongK .I ,Cavalry, Escort 'from' the S Repulilinjnstjtujo5, ; S manS .eatabrished" -ews., :"., For4. .. ..". $ .-tt.;ori:: .","J'.\
i' ,Baltimore 'T '
, .1 ",JDllb>\ '., I A report t was majsyacommj' paper liere, called the ,Colombiqno: John,TJe. la ftua*: PftguqItI. ':N d3v.j :::. :?
;S;: -l' '..;.>:r:... / .. ".It .IS.theS. .:...",ct nt: '<"islvtp' ,'Brawes ,were. pet yesterday' afternoon, .atRosburgby pf.the: Geifij.Cpnfcresf,' \\ ,which.is'printed: in .Sp riis.h. andEnglish tJenrY.Michelet: .Nohfl..A1Ien, S 'J'i: {
deputation recommend
. .. '. .atin. ;.. : a from ; ,arid .toHhe qOtiecity Josep1No e ga, __ >VpDLDavtaoiU: V,.:. ;
: cloe.r'1he that
: 'dn a.itar'-.t J
. = regret -
; a ing thscitViOf ,
the fc Mexico .
'N \ty, aridCapt; .. Andrews Dra- : ;shoukl Francisco P. !almes SthLp5tthn. < ..: f'.
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I : ,tnd;,t6:-strengthen: Wtidnal 1 I \ be, hosenas.the-seal /f tW ,:it hasjust5been' suspended I :' rlinainSpledience'jto "
: I tttem goon5'bywhomhewas-: '' ;< :Federal 'Jo plfE .Cairo, John Lcc-> ; !. :.
I,,' 4. '" ';. ., bythe' pbwerffcrt. 1:.*.':,o'fJhi" ; thence: .: tolii, .''-Id5i"S i ?' 'at.' theFrnnlrlin'HAnM G vein nt,. and; 'platedun 1.. ing in consequenceof received the Editor Wp-I "ell )..,,.t\h nsJ:: S ;t.J3enJVymal1'!, .. '-. S-;. .of Jtti .
; f S iViduatiendbip. der its: ( a summons to retail; S '' "
;
..' *,J'ri J thfsci.. ; immediate jurisdiction, :t1i. !o..P..l lKi9'''!, ayrofi1eAV'S : :, :
i$ i :",>In.the hisyof: mankVnd l the "" .;. S. .Hat. Journal., ,-1 S _like. 'our" ;District, Columbia in &.the seat.of war. Incdat 1. \ this .8 : !i the, ,..fQ7"I, .1
S moment Caraccas .
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and -
!: independency Wjtlife hiteW or /# relation, to our Congress. La Guayraprersenl L I have'the tQDQL "
\atei I 1Jf.a? J ;J I 9.has; buslle gikesolition, : ',. '. :
; S ; tNohAineiins' : ,aw':; iUlieriou -" bnL t- .l l t rr :;0(' tJ1e: *We do not ,discover' from out- a scene of great. 'andactivity :i.raqsmit/to' you: a.. 'copy 9f .

i':; 'an4 moij1ie' p'h i' i if ii ,L S *:t : r : J ;. tat 'q'Jam1ft' papers),: thaf any 'Pop; larormli.: occasione.d !)y-.,the" 1 ppCra'tloflsOfBoljjrirjn ;:: list'.otetlemenfted"fof5! ? J
'thi
!-i ; -' bas led to.theSfcclpation'or'thBtlne; t( OWCJ" 'tary cprtimotibn' Peru, and "; and Ad rmlhfor 1825.' J '
"; : : 8tr aign ;, tXIStSinnv; of .. ; :..;: ,..
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S :'. r '4 rh9te P.Colombia! 4 ,g ;t r .t itfE : nIAt.i; 21. ,the. states' 'The, authorities-of'Yu. S :transport, >> ;troops. a, d1gag t L Rt. p ..6&-ulYt .!: I _''i-4i: !"tJ' "

::' .'I ,.rv v.r From ,Vonji ,sacr& ,, 1J t. 'J h.i1 :t ti p 1.: ;, cal4ti had 'underiakc tb'*sushend)'.rfrom, ;)thisrprpvince.to JoOptnion n:. !JXl .55 .. ....,JM'. S. .'. PRIAI'k. ,: '.. ,Jj

: !h. j k ,, "' nd!U:frs8'jbe en.her;'greatest. t_j M1't 4.. ,'. tPK"tg W".coJt : .the execution. 'of the' Rderai ,laws S ; here is ,mfcck'..divIded' s;: : "" ;: -.- S." '1- ,. :Sl.... rlt.["'1'J;.'....,."..t'f.l..,...<"..'tl 1l'....!
t" I' .. .Jj cc 8tfu.Uy iolttiltal' ('Vnli. aaml. ing-Up 0. : p r r' ithcre, tjjcgcrcumslauce I } t e:--.I ol.icrof :pu8Dng\ 'aS :waj ;-.. -at J. !' ";:.t. i,' J
wreoni If. 1d'I'
, i ,.., "s41 x**$.t., 't' _> 7.....& '-06 SieC: ; .. .. 1., jyp1id ,t .' TTaipf. 'The Secretary Is here JtY.; ." Wr" ::1
i .i fll men' '.....,' -: :.i4Iti .,e rbard"J",at1St i I' bccome.fi cf.oren4ujjn the '1 IJ tbeRpUjcrepos -Sed t eafeihemVertfP r t j

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t 111tatlon mark* j ddBl!'f ,..........d'h.-i: .. ).t.' .... ''[(1 ttr mect f obbe t >s rton P'Horse: .9-i::&, re1.:1 t eY buf'theTe ip&ii 9' '. ,, 0: 'i. ....... 1 .
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sheen< fti9canddte5 roik41eflthere.w tetfrci'ffompriothcrt: .. Ieitdgj1ed: > ''h! i 1atia: i rnj,. W3tlokth..'.. OJ.-q. 1t jfy: *&&&"xv$&..Ji&..." & ,: ".: :. ,..- .
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& : ot1erii i; : j! A'ttAHASSBEjOeci"We ..19 t' *; uy c,.loiiMiui;:iudeendent.: ? .
many : : ann i-j frpnt! f ,.Sue. e ; o ; iiW"O-t/ .
I ctabLe'flUmbr0I' ,arc progressing in Abe. Council dsOmewhaVb 1ei:. Mi 'officer thtgoVernmenicourse ; DeV :fia!, "Heeri,iftred: Tiere4ia ; neaJI1e'. :. !....,.,.......;...... '."'.

c '-Hele. .I ; !. Vapidly''
: s. we were when:jfttftast heard -from :of .vdg4tiiig .these' P ,i '* **V -**---;-A NV>*- Jwftof -. TI: .. y, ,,
': : _. :poi essed t ;": :ri Otfe sS ;;' ;'
1i ,194. l\'IA.YOR. us. The'4par! ; : -of our .ses.- c.lall r S'"lt was found,' that' "mafly'tlesbad disposition! nor ability jo bring of _'L .' : :o :

: J0fl.Jrrason J 102 sion cousufiftcdln: preparations, :ti been faWcatedj! to tBe fender* to justice*. ThelUartiickens : Yi &. 1i flour, ,. ".:

; A.Sierra, .. 11- ,'and we nawjervery day. perfect" .a most. "valuable, :property. ,in the :.at such, a;state.o1i'bd, t fY :: pnmeo-:: ...... .:1''

t> ALDERMEN greater dles number ,of the billswhich country. :Public Jots in,Pensacofa lains.walk e armed, 'wiiweaponsready.ipr ukharidlett.. ,- .
atjarg ;
;
itindi :
FOR < .f
,' Tfere"., then..prel .tcd.. We which have:been: the .b 1: : ".
1. 'f1 i 'v proved!by ofj j. \murder 'whfl on't'/ ...iF.".
*. Btnl' \Vyman, : ., are engaged in,a work of some.laborth fic I'I'of'Geii.Jackson's$ army, ',to the,man' '..who attends\ ,tcThts;X>_ : tto\k. .. .... ";

,0bndeLaflua) .-" .:- .' .J7'' : : 'result of,;.which'will 1..have'been iirrenderedas'such,ID .b# eandperfo'riui his', diti : :!:*(. 1tr" ; .>'yj'. ,. :. -."".

; 10bNorIega' 16 think, be'greatly beneficial to. ,the :::1 ,18bY ihe.,Spahis i: autboritlei,. With,'integrity' and o firmncis ', : tfft4Ie'-" _' W '. ;g -:; ".'7i>rt'!.;. ''f-.

.. ... E t Territory, irf condensing simplifying '- nay .bythe very: Ii 6Ibe"i *.corner. of. Pakfoi.. wid. ...>* _. .,';
E. Cafo, :- :. J63. : Govftrttor'-f f .constantly isiinat. : L .. '. .; ,-- -:......;;, .. :
joseph -' .. .. .:.-i:' 96, .. t.he.flaws. We"'PrQpq e apaJpeari; : ;guztdk4: djiThe:.streets) : tJ lt .. ".".. .... ;..-r
S'iml. Patterson. .' to revise'all the' of 1817., : '". ......t.M.q Ul., e..L..t..... /... ,. 1 I
c.carefull.1 acts The"I1)'ostHinport"Dr: "sites n n'w.hj re bqundTfcythe ncre : !! .. .. .. ;,: :
.
4 =95 :...If__tF, / ," ".i-;; ; ; 1
Hen r l' \licbelet, -. the two former., sessions of,: the fo Torlificatio'ns;>> ,in the 'neighborhood : obligation aof an.,6atbto: .pre' l .: ....-.'. -" c--: : ..' :;;t't'; :_'' ,'.. ';., /.:.:..;j.' !

rgulon H. Nubet, 94. Council-. repeal such of,: them as and valuable ,tracts ,of land the .peace- and..welfan'.atihe.'city .. .;. CO-, ',,t %.lr..: .)'" ::.i... !t
,
; 11. Allen, 93' we may deem it, expedient.. Where in, the country, many .of hem, including *The first 'Maglstrate'toon1: h ...... 'J, I'p'.':.!'>-t.t'':.'f,,_" .' .

91 thffcnryAtrs ere are two laws relating the the improvements, of poor citizens were wont ,lo lookup\ 1 1 i.. ''. 'V r ....2'' ..;' .
1 .
Williams, 0 .. 90 same subject matter (of which but :.;worthy and. industrious settl protection .of.theirr.rights, : : :"it'.. '''.;" '" ..
Lee
John there are numerous instances) we tiers, had'been grasp dby a set of :he first toset: the example of" lii' .iia.r_ '.0 :.:";...jr' .
P. Palmes, 89 cs,C '=:2 .c;S: c '.'r. .
.
fran. will endeavor to consolidate themin swindler In the course, of investigation s sassination! ..3. =' .s-3. 5 'j. '
5 S>. S- o ..
,ViUiam Davison, 84 a new law; ,repealing the; old it was found, that Peter Web ave I?"" ...":J m+"C rf J* O.. .". .V,.- .
perhaps = '
George \V, Birkley, 83 ones It proposed at the close Alba Jun. had been; dedplyengag ihe patience'of our fellow trespassed 2 0... .g.a.: .p.e.a.g lit"'.fi.ff.fr..c.3:3 .. '.;';: .-, ,'

Joseph C. Keyser, 83 of the session to' authorise the e din this :scheme' of fraud and bmp1it'ion ut. \ we' know: Col/I 'White. ; we. ,k.no =.,., "e' '.'*'!i'B.C':;..;'. .',:.4.; .

Robert Mitchell, 79 priming fall the laws of the :Ter* i ; a't .the time of this his value 'tosociety.we'; know,, UI,. PI.n 0'.."...'"tf.. I () --.ft":..' ....
S'
ritory in'. \'olume-an. event detection commissioners Co) : : -c.. .S.53ci 4i ...<... ,.
) oulyitwo value. of general security ,'--- t SE3: ... ...... '
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greatly to be desired in order to were in session, .(Maj. Overtoil ; .... "
Tuesday the 4th inst. the newbrtl avoid persons:; we feel the necessity : : '
On mil21ra ....
of Aldermen met, and chose Fer.Fen -- the obscurity: which at present having fretiredto, the country for protecting-the honest; the jlpr gb o
arises of, the and the of his'heaith. But .0.i. r_. .c.'I... .
II Msbet Esq. President of the put vague recovery ) and well meaning citizens, ',,, .a-' 0.. ,

Board;whereupon he was qualified; and loose manner' in' which, the laws Col.. White, from( his. ;acquaint- imperious"invasion' of ;n2; '-n"g C'9". h M.. .....
have Heretofore been altered. nce with the: Spanish language ::s 0 ;::0:' ,
Administered the oath of. office to the' less l violence. .1.1 b
'
The of tlie and well .... .. :. n"" -
into
elect, and to each of the Alder- surveying new town history, .knew the periodsand ''" -- .? 3O' '. ; .
Mayor lots is now ,and. will terms of the Spanish officers Q
They then. proceeded to the eIcctionofa going on, OBiTUARY.DIED. = O'

inca Secretary, and JV7cA te& Sfarmantier probably .be completed in the formerly in command here' with .-In Philadelphja: on .. 'F'J o -

Esq. was duly re.elected. course of three.or four weeks.-In many other important ts, which 26th November last, of a :I I :' .

.{ April next the lots will be broughtinto by a long course.:jof., laborious investigation nary cbmplint, Mr. James B. Sdy .- '.1- '

Jjifiointmcnts by the Mayor, market Accordingly to the had enabled_ him to b a. native of.Maryland and I b., : .

plan which' has been adopted unravel the whole system of infal l of 'this I I q. ., 1_ -p b ....1 at! 0 c .
January 5th. lya merchant place ; -A 0 LIt.". CO ..c.; .;.:::,j 3 .
City Treasu-- there are five public squares within mous speculation. This! investigation .,
George IV Jlarkley E.8g. ;young gentleman. universally -T--t t ::
the town, the streets are 80 and 60 was-pursued-with'jucti' determined : 1t
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Itt. -A' ,;:0. I.3 '
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feet wider, leading to tie principal perseverance that the knew' ... ... i
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Mr. FosterS* Chapman and ..1[,'. Fran. 0 I .him. ;: ..| V>* -
Cisco Comyns, City Constables. public;square" whole system of swindling was .. .. .. ,-' ," ---- :..' ;.t.- I

1' --- completely overthrown: ;and, to,the i 1 p .
WUI.P ; @
High-Handed Legis/atian.-Our : coIi.1UJIcL1no.N', United States and the City*>f Pen- .. m1\S1t'Q. : _. 't I sacola, there has been haired property w ', : -
readers wilfperceive, by the extract ;F'Jr'the'PelIIQCola. Gazette. the PORT OF .iiii, A
to amount ofmany hundred PENS I o c o 3 oe .en .
from letter from Tallahas We under the disagreeable >: cc.. a c .
are '
a "- I thousand dollars. During I I .33-3.: ..:. :...:.s 0 ': .
see, that our Legislative i ouncil necessity of detailing an incident, f this period Col. White! had often CLEARED, I .rro OC.O...- r> '. t'h...t.. '1
O'"*> b
have taken upon themselves to dic- which occurred in bur streets ou : been menaced with assassination; Jan. 4thSchr.. Angelina{ aa I,r .S',4".
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tate to the United States' Superior. Monday last, for which .a parallelcan every blackguard'desperate circumstances seph Fort> th, New-Orle.ans. I. Q-s O *4 .0: !0 3! .'" .

interfere in rarely be found in the history I ;was'.put. in requisition [go i ito 16 bales cotton by N. H. : GD' .
and tothe
Court to regard .
of any civilized community. Col. insult him, the newspaper teemed len.l -;-7 bales cotton, 6 bales RI ;Oft..;..'"! 'Q.".'t.... 1

official acts of the Judge there White was walking 10. his residence with; false. and scurrilous imputations : skins and\ 16 hides Jjy F. :._:.. _lID--3.( Q ..-. .

of. A bill was brought in to pro- on Palafox. Street,:Accompanied against him. All this I -2 bales deer. skins. by .tit 0.. c.tit.-c.
hibit the Commissioners on Land I by a young gentleman, a was to .have been expected and 1,: Quiu. c: I ;Ir.cr--<. :-

stranger of high resp ctabiliy1engaged 't ..... i"r. ,...
Claims to practice law\vhich L consequently it 'was disregarded. ; ARRIVED. g.1: .

however TaiTed in earnest conversation,p But a desperate attempt at assassination iI'th. U. S.rrranspo'rt :. I ,.e,. 0.. Q..'. .
notwithstanding his attention Sch : ::: '-, :, J:: .:; t'

the arts and finesse of its friends. the which prevented about him with to in open day-light, in one of, S iT Sl', \Vilson, Mobile.Escambia I .,'A.. a, :. -I .:.:. I
objects a large ; 'Z1't .:
our principal streets would .
never -'r
Allen b '
This was not the with the bill t .
case :, cloak over his shoulders, tightly 4. := ;
have been ventured on had not: .
to ,AppaliLtc lirola. '<
to restore an AUorney, who had I clasped at the collar, his cane the villains been instigated and 't 3 "
,.
been suspended from the bar of hanging ion his arm under it ; in ,I whose situation SAILED. : to ?Ljh .. I,:
supported by men, <<; n j..
this defenceless, careless situa- Jan 1st, Schr. Tom Shields, tE. I .
the Superior Court for improperconduct in society was; expected to shield .
\ tion, he.was passed by Peter Alba Forsyth St. Marks. Assorted : 1 P. T''I
them from merited punishment. ?() "'" : ,
as an A () .
petition
Attorney. 1 .
Jun. then Mayor of the city,,a man I Such men did. exist in Perisaccta, : go for James ..Crupper.. ".-'". .8eo'Ut --t __ ."'
was presented to the Council,, of size and athletic St. j V'i' /'
gigantic i Schr. Thorn
more respectable by situation, but Day, :; .. .' /* "
and strange as it may appear, strength, armed with large blud not less degraded in principle. : Assorted cargo for J as. Cr I I 'r: ..,.'CO& Ch c.-.c., ;, '' I-\
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without any evidence being produced geon and .stiletto. After he, had : Some four or five weeks since, Schooner Harriet, Campbell, r:1.i L : MT.. Me4c... !;::: p
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passed, without the slightest indication Marks. Assorted fur :
the
except bare assertionsof Alba had applied to a:man in town cargo i ii ..- .

and his friends (however of his diabolical intention, who had bten client of Colonel I i i Crupper, and paper and ink. g .ed committee ap.' '. I
he suddenly turned and struck the Gordon, Crane, Sc Co.. at r allah.
false and unfounded hey have White, for a certificatewhich was j Board:\f AIderraeiija:>u- .
may .
i Col. from behind the back "
on'
i of the treas rofthe.ci '
to state that he had :while Commissioner

been
)U was acted on, and an act I part of his head, staggered him ,to tbe'above account::,agrees ;
taken
of restoration passed. This however some distance and followed him up i a conveyance for see.LIST of Letters remaining :With the: vouchers :
a part of a tract of land, on account '
withfadditional Post-Office ; exhibited, to us, sra4"we dd .
blows which at .
had not, by the last accounts, were of having procured a title. the same to'be correct. '

received the approbation of the partly parried off by the Colonel'sleft The citizen.applied 'to understood i on. the, January, 1825, which, .4th day bf Jan; 1825; '. ". .
not taken 'within three t** ?
he out
arm having at length
Governor it is ; the English; g but l- PabloPaI. s
and highly probable somewhat recovered and disen age' partial will be forwarded to the. ] .. i:.: ,
: .
that this valuable guardian of gaged His right arm from under: 1y'he.ertfic- te ,:was written. by r Post-Office as dead letters. : Henry Miclielet ;
Alba, and so artfully ;worded that the Boiird Aldermen,1,
:
our Territory put his veto upon it the cloak, with his cane gave Alba I: he contemplated certain success A.-Samuel; Ayres: Geo.- W. oFtije 'freftsurer,'bere'a- .. '

However several well directed blows and I ; ten, Monsieur Angelucci.,. .
certifi-
nugatory. stith. a Iiw may I the man, however was not to be together' ith'the* .
feforitcannoube supposed thata repelled him eight or ten steps, deceived, he told Alba, as'was.the B.-Henry M. Bracken ge, .committee. ; dated Ja j

Alba then drew his stiletto and I fact \v. Brady, Thomas W. ,Brt>, 18' 5, be published the I,
UnitediStafcs' Judge will regardan that his business was done by] ; .
raised it in his left hand to com Col. White Wm. Bryan, John Branch,, .: '
act .of our Legislative Council long before he was a the Record. _. '
plete the assassination, by plung Bradly, Robert B.. Brads haw.C. '
Commissioner, that he.had solicited .. Patterson
interfering with his :
judicial autho- .
French
in
init the Colonel's body-in Consul ..
.
Col. W.. to accept of the President .
the Board. .
.
tity.Vwe'_ Ou1t1tbut, regret that onr: this he! was disappointed by a vi- part Consul, J. ;.N. Cox, Jacob of ,
,
which .
tract
in the woods
lay pine .
,
'
Territory should disgraced by: gorous!blow' across.his raised,arm and. was of. 'little vuluejnsteadofa .Benjamin' Clements, Eunice C' :: : : rJ .: !

ota bill and shoulder, which disabled him ter., Edward Campbell, .J s i
-'tJie"pa.ssage' founded -
on' a- from':further exertion fee in money, which:,he had not...to. 'Cetteles! Secretary.. ; l
petition of which the with that i .
author and he
-; pay; felt indignant at receiving- : ;
/ 'On "the"- D.-John L. Doggett, L .ji-,
of
weaP9
: appearance () {. :
his supporters were either ashamed I. such an application, and Colonel 1 I
the Wallet Davis.
digger Duhlap,
young gentleman ,
White well known substantial '
,.qr.which they thuught ..neces- called for was. immediately informed, E. Hartraan Easton John
,hel'p,' wbtn _a gentleman ,who on meeting ,Alba asked ium Hazard, ,Capti<"'Has '
sary for their own safety to sup: whose; residence waft wards. f : sail on MboUtthe1t1'; '
.
pear, appeared j
I whatwisJhisobjectin;; i applying to .:
.
press. Public. servants/should not, at the door; the ii-s sihl'immcdiatel ? F.-James Fulton, Benj. :; For passage oDJ1. ,*h y g ..
concealed hiis get such a certificate, in violation: J. D" Fulton.. & apply to ",; 1 /- .
stiletto & ,
;
and I
conceal the causes of their actions .
of
futh (
o H and in contradiction .
retreated.. r:it an H. Gad. 'N,,fl/Allen.. ; ; X ,
-
phrpy's.Lewis .
from\lhc public ; and it would be existing'record<< ofcburf; Alba replied ; .. : .
this attack Hutsons Morrison HuhJer Le -
That
was precon ,
well to ascertain the and that'he wished. to [send ito .
Sioletr.
yeas nayson certed,there can be no question. Herring,.Joseph W Han or /; :
to
e'lw'ail "
Washington asked
motion't'witb'w a 'document L- Alba was, stationed, behind a row ; to .j.-Wm.: Joiner., James schooner..a, LONG:K, "
whom
J' he wished! send it _
to he '
long, painted :.
I
from!fhe JCirdsi after thad of buildings near a' corner, where son, 2. upper-
.. jpj t.$L declined. to answer the giiestiont.b\it d bottom. Any per-; ,
been, acted:'pn lhat we may know he laY; in wait, with others of his said the reason he did it. was because ,K. -Micbael"nedr'alias' .the said boat:\Y U. be, x-"-

who tojLrust: whet1'e shall, have a companions, in the holy vork of CoIWhitehad t. criminated :,Donelly,. ,.by dehver.ng I Jt, to the.. ..

murder, who were ready to lend: his I ,L.-Abiel G. Lopez, Joseph :_ : .". l "'. ,.:... .
condtfdt 'Board '
in
voiceiittn' "-* *appointment of our rulers. L- him assistance and cover his re- missioners.-"I, the .. of Com- : Lane.Captain. Lincon, Lodge "Ii':1 8'n. ...;.!4.--tt. .':. 4 '.r;. -J....
The Col. said'hehad id.
: t -
$
fTallahassee lrca. ,twben he was repelled, altho'.J done l7.2.N.oah Lancy, Robert JJ '
no more. thanhiofficjalduty '
Dccs\9th, 1824. :: .welfremained: motionless while, I ,M.apt f. Geo. Miller.3,:JameMiIhn AiTangQment. -.

;: "Y oUt:'&U .duly ,.received, in an(. he',was successful in his villainy. I required, he was sworn officer Metbeney,Leroy \ : at 10 A.:M.' ; 1" 1> '

swer I wUJ l ell that, : of the government,* and if:any,person Friday at, IK At .
: you,. ; the ,records .-. Several of them, were seen running : John M'CuUobVilliam S. ti ;
of The interfered with1 him in the con bert Mitchell. ) f
Council .
-reDot with both
M'Rae James
from corners of the square, tenUous ing, Philip _
in control but I" have discharge of bis duty Post.)l ster. ,
my agreed
: with, 1 Monsieur Merorelite.! ..
great eagerness a .
: as soon s ney ,
'
that, he should :consider himselfbound .1hJ 1 .- .
with Col. La Rua. and Col.- 'NprieUa i ihey saw him. give back. The ; :N.-John Nettles; 2V _' ,. ;

: to furnish you withfla, lint of first.blpwof.!\ on tHfc back part : to procure .his punishm 'o.- Officer ,Commanding E., : .. : :, ..
after
j laws passed, and astatcmen't.of the of Col. \ ''shead the, commission. had expired; 2VThpniaS'Orroan' b -
Bay I .
: : ,: split .open his: these. with other Tampa, ., \ frtfraf, ; Pensacola,:> .
usiaess severef, ;; remarkswefce ,
befojrcthei'CpunciK" 4. bat; houghavery: .: :strong one> 'r.4'. < .* ; .. .. : j .a. .. i3Atto. -',.,:r' >l
Who.was
openly de to Alba J ?a .. .
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A aystem'of proscription has. id0tf: bfedJv. Ihis ; ; 2 ,.'"; Y', Ii. ... or." .'" '/.6.' ::-. '
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>cenadopted and practiced, to ihe. 1!.t, ::t."'"t SBHW9iidi'tilw'I',pree'overthejbfeattti then" armed.with,a large.'stick:; ;, ."...;':J&'k.! ..6nskui"toE.'Co. ,L a iRn' '' ,'';DaJf' I ':0",: -t.. nda':. i' -,;, '" .'
he dared-not to resent5 iU* -Four '. ,. 0 -' '1
disgrace ;
of thc' Territor,1'Ize: his, ,t 'eT bitl 'hat.'had .' 'Io homas ; : : ,. ,' ..L,0: -., '..\

Council has taken upoii'tficmtelvcs' ', fal1etiiso1very7-serc- -' : :it, aia .'weeks baiL passed without, any: Wm..'Ring, JnRrta9nIJflOtRuSellr ; -d ,Jr ,- :, ,-." \ ....... .' io.-
#'nd exercised judicial,[authority I : | >pettfo$, bf orthree;: furtherJnoUcc: ,.' uniii his...victimWas ii ,p :' '. : : -'. .::- \- .. .. "'- '' '. ''t ..

*fey *.** diKove.re&ppL ,a situationwhollydefeicilijiv. '" "' v tS .: {f \,
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have by an ,act restored inches, ; the Bjpoftffiglthis! ; ',wound mthaigfthactelforf j o ; ,
toihc .bar (and the. prance t'need ,Bllcd -his:eycs 'aiidTP;:vehtfd' him ..IltheseAcicumstajice :i' Shw, Wm.Ft Iimpaon : : '. a

not lay) of the : rt.- from' *.:tend ta prove:,ihaattack Sniith lexr. .Scot \yniiam; ;. k ; ., > .". ..
$ Superior (E ; foHowingytlie! viII: i ri tiritb L .pfemeditaled I ;" ',;;.. pr. 'W "'i.. -, ... '

V -thiDoverofthe tranjactl4nser I. success. after' hd, got: hia 'light Mt1wasiisfigated:was "a 4> r .. i ":>. 'r''Srbree. ..q.. .,. .iI .,f" =. .: : )

Ilble of something! I'kiTdw. not: arm |feU .v;<*dv he, rtceived.no". inj=- .%' pthey,{tdo Li r;- George: {.itiigle i iato aook-tI;: i 1 '
he <
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"hat ,>rhai ;Wonld,; !never have, C.12adhe 'Alr
tio (except it'.was :that'the. peti-' ry of caTjisequericei ',iil tQ lcrtto uUIa.i ... f r"acii J\y9 t 1Wi1Bamsj ..;Ditii31','.;.".,it .J-- :

wa UDt e.r4ibe1tousiuo. v-1 'We" 1iquld..7not, 'Have' 'troabTcdpublic : _' *< ,v. ,, "YQrthi gl 1I1. illaa rrl g .._.... .. : : '"

t1 tO ''WITHDRAW TJIZpETIT19 deatl of this In-! '. "W.ta t wiIIfo'ijgrs i 'think:,:'cj if' '.ts .a.. "'.\.. lls... ,..Jolin:JWyatt., Wmw :, :: :: ,". 'S' .....> : ..: -1-:""t1ok'' >, .-...-.. -.; J
PROM }!: tic; Pensacolay Mrbeni :'fraud, :O ,.... q -,. '. < '
i THE aI CORDSjTUiC.otiN"j: : .ver&h notfor I ,_ : I"Qtr s\ askoD : ;-' :;\: : r.. 0 ..;. ,.. ,:.
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'causeway .
E close and..permanea h. :: m H bcrb'erv'dcorcdt1: 1Iu '
g. !. ii t i{ t' .. m: I received ,,'pef E lir.'nowopejving Cai I.I.' arc'. 'to be fifteen: : reetwaco. [ t 'and' secuiedat 't I I compowtioivof'ajWf I 1 txltbrattd 'PhlltuktpMQ tJet/yj".tt1w,,!M.'L.. MCJhk.;.
M rmNYorkiti4are:
; each end wiih heavy nd n fiifll7t5k handfor
nddA' : ; Cea.tias s tupplyHon .
c 1ID1HE Commissioner i: now :
appointed :
suit J
handsome of :and gkatippgo/-
goods S :
tirfCet.i e'
a assortment Dltch ta .
ed down. -. Hc'has're'uceddi from,3 '
'an bftfce ibvernof &t1 Council! : price <
act .
ed the euon'm ,
eacKsidcof
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.tW to \ ,: three feet deep arrtobe dug on : 50 to'$':2 ,'or by fife dnen S24.AU'charatable G -
50
-oft .TelT tcI7'"of' Florida,.nrDlnyi :. .4- packages flncTfciitleiy; TurireVw* usewysandthe dIrt thrown up: : .roccrie8

first Monday of April ril*proceed to'**, :11I' 'ors,& .ajjd-pteted wires,, V*' the leaving. highest in the'cen- insiituftoMln the United ;- ,* 11:
onto them and'the vill- '
in the squwe/tDthe-hjgbctt :: States poor Se'iiipplied gra *. '
principal 'calf Bro
; : 2 cases Ganth6rtvbo6t< fine long 'cause Jarrcis r -! '
AtpvprinterY&l.ifl sup n iim J<
tre..
tis.
of )
der, the lots orasIi.ueet1Theplzn # 'V 'ft
: gansand teaies1 i slippers' \' grotind, I fU\U 4-'cb dsfaysfnS
through very etf' open tnte .
J Which cmbraCcone hundlta.aaf.'at1y .7,cases ineriVand boys hats'tesorted, \&P.or in them jf the cizensfthrtCitieftfld, i6gul1powder : :'",: I
;
,. acres of'land,.and 'will be; ubcniUed::on I 1,case anbel kerseys and feitirigs bridges tnust'beconstriicfed' I I JownsTwill appoint ait fcgent toorder and, do.'lInponecnth AniI. ;
toiet the water pass 'through.Yhere! ,this .
application and on'the dayrofalcforlhcinformation & ,, : distribute medicinetotha oor,It will .
IcaAestoutknit! half hose, netts caps shall exceed pnehun- .5 Vi cisIoafStga '
1 'of purchasers., The'teBwprcyrribcd assorted,' ady-'one causeway supplied. \ ?, :ff ,t
-i: 'f3caaeoths and cassimeres, :: dred.yardsin,tength,.it will beopenedirthecetre.orIat' ; -for 1DO. jboxes'porter, ale and Medicine
by said act, -ftre:six i per centi.:1 1,cue-mixed and blue sattineUs, assort 100jard ; This ( ns 'celebratAd the. >' -
each ;.distance of -2barrthcQperas, : t J.
I adV of each.10t \tbe residue ofthe disease Scrofuk ,
"n cost ; ed cure following i "I J. ",
1 tlie width oi f
L_ in three ual-annual instalments' and 'asthecasemay be!, to or KjngVevil, ulcerated,dr ''putrid :sore .
r 4. s ymdeclothingsUPt1iu- least feet. :
distance of :
.. the lots and individual bound do, 20 feet'kr a at 40 throat;long standing affectians, -Hardwar.rJ-I: !
: leC'aritY"held blue,,black,:and'coloured coats, .When'the other ground cause, heumatjc : ft "
'for thepayments, on the completion of I41t I- : mixed do. blue, swamps or :cutaneous diseases, whit swelling. nddiseaies ,,
rock'Ooita military .
; shall be of such a nature as not to ,. ,," '
Vayed .. "
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4 vhicbtitles. will be made the, cassi- : of the bones and all .I
1 to respectieomers. -,; black and coloured cloth and afford dirt sufficient toi'coyer: ,the .causeways eases ge) t. I 1',ton'America'n"castings,'"' .'.i v
.
: :;: *. do. silk, rally of an,ulceroGs character/ chronic
sattmett '
*
i mere .pantaloons, 1 do.
\I ] it mus carted bii to them. English 'lo.
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;- Tallahassee is situated about nineteen toilinett and cassimere vests, &c.&& .establish ferry diseases,generally arising in debilitated 1:[do swedes iron,
: : miles north of St.' Marks near three-navi. ,cambrics, I 4t lS-contemplatedto constitutions, but more especially. : : .
3 cas s r fancy goods, prihts, .it the-Suwanee, river,and it will 'be required 5 bundles sheet do. r _
'gable streams, in a fine fertile country, "fencyt!! robes,''linencsmpnc cravats,I to build a flat. there 45 feet long: from syphilis, or.: afifection arising .there 2 do.steel 1, ', '. '
: growing *ndse&4s1andCOttOfl, 'bombazettes," from, ulcers fin the larynx, nodes &c. ..
sugar cane fine:Irish' Knens, gentlcmena 20 V ;
aixl 11 feet yridc, according to'i .plan kegs naisrte,3d: ,43 6Jb1"
;
and I
,
and watere1byanererfailing stream. fabhionable.cia'ats. And that dreadful disease occasioned by along '. ,
1 OcI 'I .,
fanc3C' 2d,20d. '
which shal bd furnished to the -contrac ; '.
'fine robesLadies'silk and excessive of kc ; ;
springs. worked bags, use mercury, 100
other 'doz.'knives
All the ',branches, streams a ml fork '
:I': ; Public Bu ldings.The --stocks;. &.\&;, creeks tor. lagoons or rivers areto"T bridged It is also. useful in diseases Of.the liver.CERTIF1ClTE& .' 20 do. "Pen and.pockctkny; : '. ,

Commissioners will prepared toreceiveprtfppsals 3 bales''ow'price shirting, :-If such.stream shall.be less than ten 20.do.'Blocks, .' ;1" r : -
after *he isegoodq. ilts, 1 have, \vithin the-lagt two,.yers, had 6 "' ;: 5
'. immediately \ feet! wide, witb'strong log abutments, docolTeetnills .
. {. sale of the lots of Tallahassee 'forth-e e; \ Ana the floor beams to rest upon ; and if more, an opportunity of seeing seyeVal cases"oj: 10 do.' raSs'candlesticks., ,,:'. :,
,( rcction of on ving' ofthe public 'build vitrkty of ot' er Roods!n store, such as than ten feet wide with staunch frame: 'yer'm.eterat ulcers, 'which, having resisted 10 60, pocket ,' ..

; ings, to be of durable materials.. Persons blankets, nrgt..J shoes, wool,.hats,' cottoncrds''c. bridges builttipon trestles or arches,'none' : previously regular: .modes of Ido\patentsmce.pa.ns 'f:.. .;., '

I',- who may-be disposed to undertake a work i&c. of which aretobetnore than 14 'feet'a- treatment,were healed by th'e'use of Mr.panacea 6 do, Carolina hoes ,
'of considerable would.do well I: Nov. 13th, 182. .sw irn's and;! do belidve, from I
,
importance part.None 6l the main timbers the I 1 box planes, f.: '
t4Jo < to attend. A plan will submitted for bridge are to OB less than[12 by 12 inch what I have seen, that it will prove anI 5 doz,'carpenter's bam" ,,/, ."." ,

!U / the information' of those persons'interested Fruit and Ornamental Trees, es squared and liewed, nor more than 14 important remedy in.scrofulus, venerial& 20 do.: gimblcts f't ".';\. ."

l' and none. need apply, who may not i c.flL by 16 inches squared and hewed, except mercurial aisea.s s.. 6 do. dr:1knaves s'' ,.',

I f, 1 Ije enabled to give satisfactory 'security ing the muil.silh,wbiclrinust ,be'of 'logs-: N. CHAPMAN, Mt D: 3 boxes.No.10 cotton cardv .

;; :: for the faithful *performance'of:iris con'tract. ,, pmll @rm hewn on the upper and lower side, the I Professor'rif the Institutes and Practice of .20i>ags shq t ', '". ,

.,.i... ., .- v, of the Linnoean Botanic bark taken off'the; other sides,\ and the Physic in the University Pennsylvania: 20 kegs powder) '

ti: .' Robei'LBut1e r, ) g PROPRIETOR ew-York, offers to the log itself,not legs than two feet in diame., 1 have employed numei-ou'instances,the pauacerf of 'Mr.Swaim'in .
withij
' 3t ter-and to extend at least four feet at kite H
1JO
r'Tli-os.H.; Penn his'iisual extensive collection I Dry
3 public very each end beyond the exterior edge -of last three years, and.have alwuys found in i
t4 ; I >'Of Fruit and Ornamental i
efficacious
.Ambrose Crane ) S3i The ore to be 12 extremely especially in seconr I '
bridges
: the
i :: 5 uprights.
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Q Trees, -Flowering Shrubs -and]I and mercurial 1 trunk fineTjrogans, .'
i dary syphilis disease. -
j '. Tallahassee, Dec. 18th, 1824343m. feet in the clear, that'istwelve feet from haveno .:
Flower roots
Dulbous 5
,
Plants the exterior sides of the 'uprights at tire I hesitation in pronouncing ita medicine, packages dry"goodsj .
t1 t:, Mobile Mercantile Advertiser. t -and near one thousand species sill. The[flooring of the frame bridg'CS : of inestimable value. 10 reams foolscap paper, '
cap
ofttreen House Plants-among which are I 10 do letter do.
W.
to be of sawed plank three inches; GIBSON, M.D.'
is
1' Advertiser.PROSPECTUS. the Olive'the Cinnamon the Coffee, the Professor Surgery hi the University 4 boxes,wool hats ( '
1 thick. The other be'covered l
'41 JHofrik MercatitileMrti3ff.'hav.' Green and Bobea Tta tile Black Pepper, bridges may 'f Pennsylvania, i .1.80-20 doz. Ixes N. London TPJKs ,
hewed three inches
with to *
4r :, beth discontinued by its late, &c. &c. Catalogues of :which may be puncheons JOHN SHINN ChmW.t. I c. N.Ht4JN'
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:
in thickness. The whole to be .
l: ,,, proprietor, the on the Editor of this paper pinned .. -.
'. J undersigned purposescommencing seen by calling firmly to the beams at each end. No o-' Philadelphia, Feb.17, -131am ly June Ifth, -
; ;i tire publication of another for the Proprietor, who I ,
agent Smith
'illl' thertimber will be admitted in the N. B. For sale at and'Pearsall N.
. ,: ; paper,under the same title He has been forward promptly any orders left construction E: corner of Third and.Market Streets. 1824.maiia '

4. ,.4 t induced tlMi-measure by the warm solicitations him. Oct. 24-33-tf. bridges except"light wood"I Each publisher. of a in the U- / ; ;
heart of some other I newspaper .
t ; of or pine, or ,
many respectable citizens of ___ :
nited Slates is this ,
'. ; known to be equally hard, durable and requested to publi -
the of Mobile and
the
City neighboring '
., lasting. 'Thebridges: must be built so advertisement'oncc a m nth for one year, :
towns; and will publish the first number Notice. that thereof from bank to and send their accounts for payment. Ol\: THE IE AR. ::: .: ,
high as no
' : so soon as he shall be justified by a sufficient part ,*
patronage. bank shall ever be exposed to danger a BI' :," .
I \. LL persons having accounts from the effect of the highest freshets. '
: The utility of such establishments ;in .
operI
a / '
'liii ctynu&ing rapid strides in wealth and ;i p fj=lj J with thesubscribers, are des Good and staunch hand-rails' will be required PENSACOLAauR For sale at the.PensacoU CooVStorKPec ,

, : I' commercial is sufficiently come forward and close the same withoutdelay. I to the bridges. ..Such small branches ; 31st, 1824y
consequence m< '
.:. tested by the unparalleled circulation Those haying claims against the I' as are never deep enough in freshets j > -- <

;t to which newspapers have throughout. the firm, will please present them for pay to obstructearriages in'passing, and have received schooner Cara\an "(li\14"pA1EltS.. ,

;, fi Union This city is destined at no distant ment. firm sandy bottoms, with firm banks, may JUST: from New-Ybrk/an per addition to I fj anted the following Pafiersj > :

,,'!. day to rh'aJin commerce many of her elder We have on hand a considerable assortment be cut down and left as fords, but in this the former supply of book { ", \, i

vi.: .1 sisters of the Atlantic States. Her L of I reserve to myself the right, when re- areThefoilowing. among which i L air&lH; FLORIDIAN (byJno.PitzC' .'1

!:,'.; :.t transactions will necessity he connected I, Goods cieving the road, to decide whether they I : 4A' I Dry St. Ronan'sVe, the author
by of Waverty, TheP ns.tcola
;. 1 with the commerce >f TciUiessee and ought to have been bridged,or not-- Gazette and West i
.. ." .f party Virginia. ,She already commands! Groceries, ;i ci f Special instructions! as to i the manner of: JJidingfield's .Medical Practice, rida Advertiser, Nos' 1, ahd34., 'jfe, f

;: a considerable prrtion of,the trade of Hardware & : : opening the road &c. and more particularly Franklin's Journey to the Polar Seas, ply at tiiis'office.. t'Nov.22'tb -'. : ')

;:: ji Mississippi nd she is literally the sole CUuery"-J plans and descriptions of the bridges HajjiBaba's Waldo's Naval Adventures Ileros Prose, : ; 1824 .:,1.
Poet
1.1'; 1 tlepot and emporium the commerce of; Queen's, ,will be furnished to contractors, no de by a i,-11 .

j. t 4 Alabama, the farmer and the merchant: Tin Ware, viations from which will be allowed. Any Colemans Songsters Anecdotes Museum, Salem, Witchcraft, By Peter.. Alba, Mayor of the:'Ci. ..

.; .'t t' of the interior, therefore, will look to Mobile information respecting the country of Pensacola '' '"' ,. rt 'I
which will be sold low for cash .Egan's Sporting Anecdote,
'f; : '.. for information on subjects always j reru only. that lean give, will be communicated by r PROiDLAMATiOir.HE :

J ; ': Affecting their llttr sts.I Jas. B. Selby & Co. me to any person wishing to make propo Gregory's Chesterfield 2 voh.Charlotte's .

>' .! To the merchant and tradesman of the Pensacola,25tli Sept. 1824 29. sals, while I am at the seat of government I Letters to Wirter, I sixth sectionf tlie Ordinance'of:' ",. "

tJl' :'i thy< the, Advertiser will, as it feels its existence and before the last day of receiving said 1 1propoi8ls. Humornort'snew collection of Anecdotes, 3 the 19th Februaryj.1823entitleis '; .
'.' from the Le sag Devil on Two Sticks?, 4' additional ordinance for the betterjren"
i t 4 rests on them,devote a large shareof THiS SUBSCRIBER The distance Ock- '
.9 J : its columns for their interest and amusement lockony to St John's river is about 18 5 La Peyrouse's;Voj age,LivIng Plays &. gulation Police in this Citj".prescribei.,* r

'\ -In very short time the proprietor \ /''ILL receive proposal to open by miles, and from the St. .k lm's river to St. New KobinsoiiCrusoe, '* that it:shall he incumbent all tenants r

.$ may be enabled to publish a pa- WJJontract: the following named Augustine it is seventeen miles. Pbillip's Speeches, Tytler Elements.f of houses to keep the chimneys '3er.evt.

f pel three times a'week,ami if encouraged parts of the Road, laid out from Pensacola a When either of these parts of tlje roadis TalesofMytendlord/SrfiStfrfe*,- clean of soot,:and secure from fire,'anitff'
7
'' as he hopes he may be, .will make the to St. Augustine,'under the orders pf the reported ready for del.yef.&is about to 'Scott's Ladtofthe-Lake, 'any chimney shall take fire-ami blaze out,
Department of War, during the winter Walker'js Three Spaniards, 2 'Vol,. ; such tenant shall
I, : Advertiser daily paper be received b)' me, should any difficulty forfeit and pay, not xceeding ,
f't :i .. In politics, the Mobile Mercantile' Ad[ of 182324, viz : respecting it arise between the contractors Butler's Farmer's Manual, as;" ALSO, that the propne-'

J ", .' Ter willjiever. be prostituted to No. !.-From the landing at "Murray's & m>self j such difference shall be decided Barbauld's' 'Lessons with colored platest tor of each occupied house shall .provide

. .t ;' base purposes of a party or faction. the 'Ferry"on the east bank of the Uckolocko by some disinterested third person Depping's Evening's Entertainments, the same with a ladder at least :iS eet

f', t I, public good will be its.polartar. Its columns ny river to the landing on the West Bank chosen by us jointly; and all expenses attending EwingV Geography, Gregory's Legacy, long; and'a well 'fwater least: '&?'feet* '
of the St. John's river, opposite to Picolata. Locke'sN& Bacon's Essays, deep and failing herein hal -ffeitrnd.1
tt, ,i( will nevertheless be open to the such reference. shall be.at the .
t'f.' '..,, temperate discussion of the opinions and cost of contractors! Hodgdon's Letters, Linnet SongBook, pay,g3 for each.quarter year ''of such : '".
t., : Et',', principles of all parties. Personal ca, No, 2.-From the landing on the east The privilege likewise' to examine the Life .Franklin \Washineton Life.-' linquency." ..- -. 't'

h. ;: .' lumny will find'no place in its columns.3) .- bank of the St. John's river at Picolata to road as it will Reserved, to Watson's pbiJip-2dand'3d 2 vok.. ,". Twiccaireadyat tbcTjegmiwinter i'ng"f; -t w ', '
t progresses :
1t1J, ,t. Touching\\hV great question which now the city!of St. Augustine.The me, at all times before itS', completion; llawes'Life oF Newton, Putnam's.Life, 'season,the above provi iona"ilu> _" ; ;

I:;: ': .,:'r. % agita.te's' the ,public mind, the, crisis at proposals for No. 1 will be received when, if in my judgment the contractors Bonaparte's Life, bAstley's e n recommenided,for compliance oji tlja>., ,
; .t 'ttL/ which it will be settled is so near at hand, by me in person at the seat of government not proceeding in his work accordingto I 'Cooper's'Lectures, part of bur good feilowtizen.4w.eelconvinced : .

't i : that the publisher determined on entering for Florida between the 15th and my instructions and ,his contract and |"'Ferrier's Mecical Histories, fMurray's that their own ref C1ioi6" '

:1 the lists no farther than to give currency 20th December next; and opened.and triiall refuse to obey or disregard my directions Materja Medica, ?_ will !impress them, with the' neccssitt'dfcdrttinuihg

1\II'1. toifuch productions, whether select r replied on the last day. I shall then be empowered to annul ;, Phillips on Indigestion, .;, toconform .themselresthesa'mc Wltl'..

: or ofjglnal.as I.ybe considered ablcfic im- The proposals for No. 2 will be received the contract forthwith, he forfeiting all BaudelocqUe's Midwifery, so as; to,avoid or be in 'some' .

l' I' jiartiI, without favoror prejudice to any. by me- an person at St. Augutin< between :claims compensation tar the work doneI i Toller's Law Executors, nieaaiire.. prepared promptlytitp \St_

4. With; these views, and an earnest determination the 5th and 10th February next; will also receive at the same time Blackstone's Commentaries 4 vels. (hat terrible' scourge 'lire" ta 'OQ',.
i to make his the and op redand, replied to or., the; last Bishop Home the : J
journal repository with the others, at the seat of Government on Psalms qucnt winter-visitor 6f citiesJut"..
a- of every thing that is useful or interest :,day f but in ase of any accident preventing for Florida, proposals for opening Marshal's Friend's Family, &..&c &c. some maybe neglectful or' intheir \ nt.iYe.ib.;

----- ing, the publisher) throws himself on the .mv.b.einff.there at that date, thrpugh wBicn ,.
the-following named parts of the same own.3ecurity, and as it is incumbent- .
L favor and;indulgence of his fellow-citizens. the medium of the Post Office, addressed road ; but, as such proposals, cannot be together with the! stock her toffjre on' upo'li us'to. watch for the safety: t1L ;
to at St.
me when ho
Augustine '
JOHN FITZGERALD. delay in them, shall avoidable definitively acted, upon by met that time, hand, composes a vefyleitensiye: and general ->' Therefore,,it shall be the duty of tbe'#- I
acting.pn .
Published and' The : lowest occur. it will only,be necessary to forward them aAortment'of,1f, and, :will ,be constables! | after,the 10th' of Decewbe r.
Wednesday Satur
p day every case will be responsible bid in each by' letter; vii II sold at thfe New-Y rkl: prices' fq,-..cash. next, to'inspect-.every yard of occuffied.;
accepted,
reserving to] '
!Fr ilj": Subscription; Eight Dollars the privilege of myself 1st. From the East Bank'of the Choc- Country Merchants and.public or private.Libraries. see,that'ib each'therewftlwellandabdderas
per annum rejecting the '
whole
I .
c' i payable s 'rni-annually in advance. if,the tcrmsclorot appear to me to be tawhachie river to the West Bank of the .furnished on 'the ,most' liberal aforesaid",descri difndto

4., Persons wsun 6 to subscribe to the a. such as are reasonable. Bond with! Appalachicola river. terms, and such books as are ordered and report to us daily for the strfprcemeht r) -' ,

: 'i'' fcove msnt't 'ed paper are requested to.I alty, and with satisfactory hf'Curityj pen-will 2tl. From the East Bank of4 the Appa. are little not'oli hand" will be procured with as of the above beneficialsions. .: vr,

leave their names at the office of the Pen., be required of contractors for the fa thful lachicola river to the West Bank of'the distance delay as possible. Orders from a .. "s' .r-.

.; sacola Gazette, where se veral of the first and correct performance of each and every Ocklockony river. will be promptly attended to, Giyen atithe Mayor's Office In P':c
and
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numbers ofthe Mobile. Mercantile Adver- part ot the contract. meet with\the: me liberality as a I cola, thIS 30th day fNoveUili* 'I4-
The '
I l same directions as to opening this personal : "I ..
I liser Be I on'WHaseII. :. .
may seen. Contractors are to be P. ,1
entirely under of the route will A
part
govern, as are pre _. -,
I my direction, and subject to my orders scribed for! the others. Hunt. May ri" ,.
: InformationIF.ORGE, V anted. iii every thing relating to the road. July 19th '
b < 2824 -b.-- ". ..
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.
t DANL. E. -s-: '
BURCH '
D. DAVENPORT left this Both of these contracts if taken, must ? / -
; R- place twelve or fifteen months since be completed by the 31st of December Ant. Qr.. Master. -. By Peter 41b0, aJ4itifJ'aPRQCL14J. : -

., Pensacola, November 5th 1824. MAJSIIAIiS'SALE. a ,
.J and *supposed if living, to be inthe 1825.1 k i '. i r- .;

State of Alabama. ,Should' he see this Thefirst; ,that' is from the'Ockoloqkony Maria Ma1ta,, x'tx. of the. last" I I {

4 advertisement he is requested tocohimunicate to the St. Jom's river,must be commenc- will and'testament of Jayrae \UHEREf\S Darii 1 b 'JJ li :

3 : ; with his brother J. D. Davenport, ed on ((the first day of-January net,or .Globe Hotel. Barcelo, deceased. QuarterMaster. U.S.Arncguijna ':,

i ;,J :::. at the office: f'the' Pensacola Gazette, sooner if practicable; and the second, ''" V9. suance of tHe instructions ofttWit'> ,}

I >nd any person knowing any thing:'concerning that is-- fromthe St. John's riverkoSt QTHDHE 40'undersigned Francisco G.; Arroyo and Francisco part nt.l1as.this-tlay made:ov:ffitfte: '.

t_* ;, 1 the, 8d George p. Davenport, I Augusjins. by the first day of Marattaext frS; his friends and,the respectfully public, that informs he de Jontes X'ecutors, r f ,i Civil Authority this: orporatst.tIe 1Ihieebuildiuigsknown

1'1 will confer,a great favor by giving information : or,sooner' practicable. But,iSlriher has made extensive improvements in that : Francisco. Caso Y Luengo t. as the tqtfens: t: ,:
as above. I of the.contracts shall be ti' i deceased,and i[be block-h'ouses, two oiwhxsitua'
complet bee commodious and well known 'establishment : Francisco,Ca- ; tt Joj
,rJ"PRINTERSin the State of Alabama fore the stipulated time,sqch part of the the- -' I, soY" Luengo, sole'heir; ted in Cov rnmentStree'a4hetlur&on .
: are requestetltogve the above a few road s it Calla for will be :' Sevilla therefofe'tWs'is to ru'' ',
received Square
i an execution ,
> in 'this ;
me ,
.
y
&j. I: insertions and the favor will be recipro- and promptly paid .for. i Globe Hotel, "BY.virtue"; to sell. at PUBLIC case, 'form the.Citizens of'l'ensacola >that sal
I g ; -.h cated when ai>opportunity offers. .No advances can be made, but if it is .and that it is now for AUCTION, on the first Tuesday in: buildings are;from this date ,the' pubIs i
ti! Pensacola. I December 2-Uh. 1824; desired, certain will : open March in this andthattbef .
payments be|made th.reception of travellers next front of the Court House property of .Corporation ;
r ; : by me from time to time having special and othert-r-for' the accommodation of:: in this'city, b'ctween'the hours of 10 materials*pf the same1 being intended f : >

.BLASTK BOOKS. .: regard to the:work".actually done aid remaininigto .: whom no pains .will be spared.- His I. and. 2 P. )1. \ 1 ,- the improvfemenY .of this City, as'_ tb i .. :

t 1t TjUST recehtjtd,""for ahfa\. the PcnsacoKJ. .-- : -be done,according to the con' I ble and bar shall be supplied with the,ta .; : -c The Lot .BuiidiD.' : Board ojj Aldermen iniay,direct, it is fOT :. 41
.1: tract. : bidden tb inyindlvjduaj "destroy w ]
t'i i brsttbelnrarketaifords.: Stables '. ,, tQ' ii
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L I ;.A.le\V'LJlgersj. ,URiM2i Per54njroposngforthai part bf the I tachecUotheestablightnemt. ,* are- at- .:J -If .1 .". Ni ".. ...,.J.",..,*-",. "',- cd.' buildingsjpr,to"'carfyrawafjtny part ofthe. si

j 1 ,. Daybooks: ; 'p J ill ''No.' '2,. are req jested : I Boarding?per week, 35 QO j: :i ifon Iritendih (61u'. materials, ,t4 reof ur.derain1of, .Beifl ;

,1 the w:ui road bc tWoleu' of;proposals,. o le for i Boarding lodging per week,* 7 00 ty of Pensacola, ,,dntaIfl .t fl 1t. prosecuted according to.Tawt' -A. 3

i: i7 S.. Jburnils, f independently' a bridge 'over H07 ,, do, % Pc t-day, 125 I i Oft said street b )170reet. 1'1 JJ"I "The.Police Officers re'particCla1y'd1 1Jt.' .,
., ,St S baStIn a river and the otheito in- Breakfast, ., I rected ajttend tothe strict extciitiottoJ .
: .4 Letter Bqofeiliid j. .
50 j
; clude,:the, bridge 'ttiia "r Bnjyrntb; ,. J I
this ;
4t : .*' ttridge must be; n"anner'T'Y'&,.. .75 : ; proclanution*_ : ,
I i 4 Chi Wren/sCopv;: Boil ;J8 fectanthe', clear, and* the, : for '
:
.. known to wjrm is I Supper, -yS; SQ W ij "Y ':!.. J ,Given'ander. : myT.handseal (.
W.HaMl/Ml {-," destroy,timber in that river, '... -. SO Nov 30tb I .of'DJe: oftlus )Iayortensacola'tiiis'tlIe / l
94a rn .
> H to"bebuilton stone'columns_ -
the{ 25t1 .
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"'' .' .' country as is"p.cureu .,-, 1600 w' .. .if bfOct'bberZB74.
; .-- njeargu Augts .ne.: lti pecte.tthat' : .,. ; ; 'HASELL1iUT .u. ALJI.L'f4 r'
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accompany the ;TJU.LdiawCch bills ( Bythe.Mator '
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!: H 1)'t e ,: r ifQ bopenedsen': feet '. "- ; ,most app (ted'foms:andattendtd 1ec'ry of thepal' f i ""
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