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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: January 22, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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VOL. 1-- 0- PENSAlCOLAi. SAtUBHAY. JiNtfARY. 1825. -' # No.' 4'G"n.. .
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. =L--- I'CBtlSUCD EVERT- .1TO.RDJ.T." I-perfect- reciprocity ; to settle ,wilh } which should incluae 'the'*: ) the Nurth-\\ st Coast' of this j imoe those,causes' possible vanance .,'

BYW.UASELL HUNT each, ina| spirit of candor and 111|>- I sion of the 'mutual
crality, {all. existing differenc?s. |& .' by the ships::of'war cC'ach :: concluded! and signed. pi StPetersburg and, on just.rincipJr"i :whicH .-

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR to aniicipale t and :remove, so fur .ts'j tof the vessels of the other, fo on"the day of would. !be,applicable! ;:to .,alf parties, .

PubJither of the Five liict dollars of the United !$atei.Subscnption ad-. might be practicable, all causes" jec\ed offenders ''i'hiaJcc.tccj :Iasl(b'the>Minister. Plejiipoten.t could, it was. resumtdy'tV:: wed. -
a m *
*. Ailvertiscineiita insetteu year.x <-It of fu.lurCjVariu (:t". 'w __ '. 4!:' 'iv."R r : }.1!s v. 1' i n : filtynh.. "!'rht.' Uttctaegtah 'Jyiio tt h lIUri1o(ofan -'.<
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tjcwct 1.}4q- for w.,**?tWelve lihcs'or UmJerYor' til, baying ben.: stipulated by iit i jUiepnncipli-, that, as Hie ri .. .' of the Imperial earnest desire lo"preserve- those- "

( 'scrt1Uncn: subsequent l.nser., seventh! ,?rti.c1e of the 'utvt'n'ti n,.'('search: was u right of war of 'nt of Russia. It wUlxim- relations with every power. In .
Itt Cents loxtauU! neutral be laid before the'lSenate i i the ,lute between
) of NaVigatiQTILZtU: \ Commerfcjwnich |e, :; ligereiil a war Prance: and

-- fitpapers. ..twelve" =anJ'a-.' :halfccntsVvAbHiNGTON .-y.. # ..was concluded on the twe .: it ulihht have an ill effect to .' the exe-.cise oTlhecoiisYitution- : Spain, crisis occurred .in \vftich'

rr 8i "\8 M 8S g ; ty.fotmh) of June, eighteen hu l- it, by treaty, to an oiience authority of that body, with reertnce it seented probable that all:the
--1.-- had been made to its ratification.: It'ispro- controvertible principles involvedin
----- died and
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v}' c.1, & 4. United States and France, that t ie n1 ld.ln d time of pea Ct'. :\ |er *o add that the manner in such wars mightbe brought into
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The r : ",:t'llt. o. ilic United said Convention should contin ie I h /wever, for the su ,' vmoi this nefocialior, was invited discussion, and settled to the satisfaction ..

States transmit ed, tms day, to in force for two years, from t ie ..his tradi it, was thought = itfl conducted on the part of the of all- parties. Propositions

bo U douses ot' Congress, ine follow first of October, of that year, aid hie, incompliance with a Et\pt'ror, has been very satisfac- having this object in view, .

inMESSAGE. for ;m indefinite term atcrwartbxltss I tion of the House of hr, have been made to the govern-

one of the parties should declare liveo, founded on an act 'e great and extraordinary mrnts of Great Britian, France,

Feilo"v-Citt of lilt Si.izte, its-intention to renounce Jt, gress, to propose, to the 'ha\e which have; happened in Russia, and of other powers, which i

,1lld oj the Home cf ::Cjil'C:8'.-,,;,11,lea: in which' event, it should cease [toi l I govt.'lnmnt', an ixpedieni: the g\vn\ .ntnems of Spain and Por- I hae been received in a friendly .

THE view ivhicii i ua\c nuto operate at the end of six months, should be free from that objt tugalVithin the iast two years, I,! manner by all, but as yet no treaty
lo ot'our ..tfars"l"ol'- II withou the has been fuimed with either for
present you from such declaration and and more efiectual for the seriously! affecting
no
cJgn .an :JOl1uc, iealizesS-U.e such intention having ; been an- by making it piratical. friendlyre-lations which;under all I t its accomplishment. The policy

Tnosl'sangume: which jf them, have been maintained will it is be ,
antiupa.ions nounccd, the Convention having i mode, the enonnity of the presumed pt-rseverrd
have uee'i entertained of ihe pub- been found advantageous to bfjthparlies woulc place the oilenders with those powers by' the United in & with the hope that it may. hd5tjCCtu

)prosperity.. If we look to me the protection of their Stales, hav been obstacles: lo the $.
jt has since remained nd ;
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vv.iole, our growth, as a Nation, till remains, .n fonce. At llu- ment, and involve no .uljustnent of the particular suhj 3t will always be recollected that

continues to be rapU, beyond example linn; when thai Convention search, or other question, '!risodisruosion| which hart srib- with one of the parlies lo those
was:!
; if to the Slates winch' compose the parties, touching their en will each.: A resolution of iheScnatf wars, and from whom we received
concluded
it, the same gratifying spectacle j ,left many unsettled interesting and subjects p'articuhrly tive rights. It was believed adopted ut their 1 lat session : hose injuries, we sought redressby

h exhibited. Oar expansion were tnat it would completely railed for information as to war. From the other, by whose
;, our claim to indemnity the effect men ,raniing-KTnrenfinthrouryrs. ,.
oter the vast t I'ritorwiL&lin our the trade in the vessels oi produced-. "t iijejaiion5 :
spoliations which were coin- seis seized, in as well as
reconiTiol were port
with by me
limits, has been without indicating I and their Spain '-
groat, parties: by r(
milted commerce in he their confiscated
on our
and
of'tir United at sea, -
cargoes
decline in citizens and in on tne !pur:
any loose sections subjoc's,
late wars.For these interests and Southricitn indemnity been expected, ..
from which the other whom StHc-i, of the iii'lepeudeut ,
has been emigration claims, ,it was in the contemplation : powtrswith whicrj, .\!I (' goveinmenis. The' pao'iiiain'jg but has not yet been r u.rl ered. It
most odium
\Ve hoped, that the
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consp of the parties, to make provision information was under the influence ofthe lat -
tnat
have daily gamed thereby i hc attached .,) it, :,"rs
strength by a : '
at u subsequent day, l'y amore vessels likewise
native \' now communicated to Con- ter, that our w population in every quaner comprehensive and definitive produce a c jrre';poiKun,: \ '\ seized by the governments ot

-a population devoted 10 ourbappy Treaty. The( object I has been mem, and, by means \\ess{11ChariJ't" Affaires has been SpaIn, Holland. Denmark, Sweden

system of government, and! duly attended to since by the Ext'-' entireex'irpation-fortver ; <:' and Naples, and from whom
pir- d flom the Independent ,
goof
the bond I
cherishing of union with venlion to this 'fiV'CNVus
cut lye, but as yet, it has not b>enaccomplished. I ", Brazil. That indemnity has been, .claimed and (
*M n .ent country
fraternal affection. i led and si ued in London
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Experience: : :
It is hoped thai: a I I ,hfviu'ore a colonial possession off is still expected, with the exception -
has already shown that the difTei favorable opportunity will present -duy of by : f since of Spain, by whom it has been
!l l had soTnc ,
climate rtugt, year
cnce and of iiaries authorised I
duly by
industiy
itself, for opening a negocidt;on, : jJ..t'rI proclaimed, by the Sovereign rendered. With both parties we .
t proceeding from that inseparable vcrinuerils lo .he .1tifi.J. ;
cause ,

which may embrace! and arragall : t cT Portugal himself, an independ- had abundant cause of war, but ,
from such vast domains wuich certuin ob' \ aches Ita
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differences resist
existing and everyother tnt L.igdorfl. Since his Icturn to we had no alternative but to
and which !
under other en, which not '
are yet
systems, '
have concern, in which thrh'a"c, Ls! oa, a revolution in Brazil has that which was mo powerful at
might a repulsive moved. The diff.-rence h
tendency, a'common interest, upon 'neac! and pressed us nearest at
established! sea,
cannot fail a new. government
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to
produce, wit us>, cession of of the parlies still remai' differences
the
under : present King inert1, with.ad'. Imperial title, :\ttle home. With this, all
wise regulations, the JJppJi i France an event which has occurred bt' in reiiuced. to a point, I settled founded on _
site effect.Vhat head of which, is placed the were by a treaty
one portion since the close of the last' session sufficient magni it', as. ; Prince, in whom the had conditions fair and honorable to
wants the other Regency
may supply and IJfCongrt.'ss.Vith ;! '!>uindtobe I permitted to ] the both and which ,has been 'faf :
be been vested, by the King, at sp
most
thisjWill '
sensibly felt b an object so near *0 the
\ Greatritain faith '
our
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cpmnercial Thero is executed with peifec.t good
timed his
the departure.
parts most distant from boih
each nutioi.s anJ so
intercourse th
other rests on reason to that, by ajm- It has been earnestly hoped*
expeci
forming
thereby, a domestic that it did at the last the friends of humanity outs
same footing would own _
that the ,other :
the independence ---
market, and cable negociation., ,
active intercourse ) As .
an out the world. ()
between the sc sion. By the Convention 01'orie : of Brazil will, ere long, be re-. I accord, and.__._from___...a. .seu'.ySSTe, _'toj _
and .
ex however to the ..
remes, thousand l1undrcd i ndnrtet"ntne I principles r ,__ .. "-' t'''u r nr"'on il
eight i ch
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lt'fYn '
throughout .r.- -.-_._ _______ jr i i j- r _/ .1 t1ti" aU.n'd..
every o-r -
| -comuur c :\ :' C" \Vith the of !j lour itizens the
re-naming c mdetrtniiy toitni-
Union. Thus, by a happy distribution Stales and the' Hritish dominions stJtatleS I or at least to the powers .
United with those the I entitled ,and ": T
Europe on coast they-are thereby: ; .. "
of poV'.I' octween the National East sequences inseparable from
and the
in Europe of and with' all the from relations
Barbary .
,
J new move our a'iy just
and which: understood lo
Governments are *
governments Indies, was arranged on a principle -
ti"t South American States1 our rela- cause of discontent on c-ar side. ,
which the law have been raised
rest exclusive -
} of reciprocity. That Convention -
tions are of a friendly character. It is estimated ui.t U\<: receipts
on the sovereignly of the peopl \7as confirmed and continued .nay deserve a r. ..... "-
\ have Ministers the the
Plenipotenii into Treasury Juring tur-
aud are fully adequate to the the whole sUbjec, I have I ,
great in force with
slight exceptions, ry residing with the Republics of :| rent. year, t\csi3ie! of loans, -v.II
.purposes for which they were r-- by a subsequent Treaty, for theterm proper to suspend the Colombra! and Caili: and have received i exceed.eighte.-n! millions dye hundred -
specihely institutedcauses which of a new Convention, uniil I
of tell years, from thc twentieth Ministers of the same rank thousand dollars which with
\ might otherwise lead to dismem finiiive sentiments of
Uotobcr thousand
eight
one
from Colombia, Guatimula! iiuen- the sum remaining /-.rre-.u": .
bcrment, operate powerfully '0.. hundied and eighteen, the date of may he ascertained. The Ayr-is, aqd :Mexico. Our corn- ry, at the end of the last year, amounting -
draw us closer together meve1Y the latter. The trade with!! the ments relating to the ut- naercial rt-laiions with all those to nine millions four

other circumstance, a correct t31i'uijs colonies in the West ]n- are, with that intent, !)
I States are mutually beneficial and hundred sixty-thiee thousandnine :
UnionrmUstbe view of -the actual state of our its, has not, as yet, b, en arracd I your consideration. increasing. With the..Republic of hundred ,twenty-two", doi'ars and

to our constituents.equally gratifying i>y treaty or otherwise, to our sat- Our commerce' with Colombia, a Treaty of Commerce eighty- ne_ cents, will, afer .discharging .
Our lations isfaction. An to that been placed on a fuotin
with approach has been formed, of which a copyis the current.disbursements
foreign powers are of friend result has been made by legislative fect reciprocity, by treaty .
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Jy character received, and the original daily oi .the year, the.'interest on
certain in ,
although acts, whereby many seriousimpediments with Russia,- the N expected. A negociation for a the public debt, .,and, upwards of
teresting differences remain unsettled which hud been raised Prussia, the free flanseatic I '.
; like Treaty would have been commenced eleven milliQns ftv&tuindred. thousand -
with some. Our revenue, !>y the parties in defence of the Dukedom of with Buenos 'Ayres,.had itnot dollars. of the principal,"leave

under the mild system ,of impostand their respective claims, were re- Sa-diniaJy internal ben prevented by the indisposition a balance, of more than three millions -. r

tonnage, continues to be ade- moved. An earnest de'sire exists, on each side, founded on and lamented decease of Mr. of dollars ,in the Treasury 6a: -

quate to all purposes of the government. and has been manifested on the agreement between the Rodney, our Minisler' .there ; andto the first day,of January next. .. __
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Our agriculture, com- part of this government, to placethe goverments. whose memory' the. .most -respectful A larger amo'unt Ctbe.debt contracted
iti rce, manufactures, and navigation commerce with the colonies The principles upon aUention has been. shown I during the late:war;. bearing

flourish. Our fortificationsare likewise on a footing of reciprocal commercial policy of the :ihe government of that Repub- i an'interest; of six, percent, becoming

advancing the degree au- advantage ; and it is hoped that States is founded, al'e"to be ,,redeemablejn tfre course, _

tnorised by existing appropriations the British government, seeing} the to an early period. They lic.An' advantageous alteration. in of the ensuing: year, than could be I

to maturity ; and due pro- justice of the proposal its importance sentially connected with ') :I our Treaty with Tunis) has been discharged .by the ordinary reve-:

gress is made in the augmentation to the colonies, will on which their : : obtained by our Consular ,Agent: nue, the act ol iwenty-sUth! 'o

of the Navy, to the limit prescribed ere long, accede to it. declared,' and owe their residing there ; the 'official 'documents May, authorizcd.a; loan-of five'millions .:

for it by Jaw. For these The Commissioners who were .the enlightened men who of which, when receivedwillbe : of ,dollars, 4 St.a half percent I II (

blessings, we owe to Almighty appointed. for the adjustment of.. lead: in our affairs at that laid before the Senate. I ,to mert the.sameBy ,this
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"God, from whom we deri 'e't eni" the. boundary, between |he tcrritories .tant.epoch. They are \" The attention rthe.gover me1\t arrangement an annual"saying tv ill.

and with profound reverence, our of the United States and those in their first treaty of has been driwl1vith, great solicitude accrue' to the public cTseventyfiveIhousam "
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most grateful ind unceasing .ac-. of Great Britain, specified in the I with France of'the' sixth of to other subjects'and particularly -. dollar .

knowledgements.In I fifth article of the Treaty of Ghent, :ary, one thousand: seven to that relating to a state of Under the C't of the' twenty-'

adverting to our. relations : having: disagreed in their ,decision and seve t-ejght, & by a maritime war, involving the rela- fourth of'May last,".a loan of'5 mil'

With: foreign powers, which are and both governments having commission, which was tive rights of neutral and bellig/- lions, of dollars, was, authorized

always an object of ihe highest importance -, agreed: establish that 'boundaryby ted immediately after the rent in such war Most .of the dif order" to meet" the awards. under

I have to remark, thai' amicable n gociati tl' betweenhemit sion of their. revolutionary ficulties/which: we hate experien- the Florida. Treaty, wnidlvwas, ; ne.-, .

of the subjects which' 'have been : is hoped thai it may be, gle, for the purpose of lIeJ; ced,and of the 1 losses, which we. gbtiated. at. par, with t .e-,hank of

brought into discussion with them : satisfactorily adjusted i in that treaiies/of: commerce. with have sustaired, since the,establishment ;. .' the.United States. at/four: ; ; :and a

during the present administration, ,mode.t : Tjie: boundary specifie4by European. power. The first. : f'-our' Independence, ha.ye. half p 'cent. tt.h'Pat of interest

some have been' satisfactorily terWinated -: the: sixth' article Has been established .of.the United.Statesr.with. .; proceeded from th. '_uiiseuled .sta'fe, fixed by the &ct. : y.t.h */ .provision -

'; others J abe n ,lus-. ')y the .decision. ,' of! :the, ; 'wasncgociatccl by th of those rights d the-.ext nl. to the claims' of our citizens, who

pended,<'to' be, resumed hereafter, Commissioners. From ihe. .pro ,mission J; affords; ; a; 'signal which the belligerent' 'claim has 'had sustained' ,so--great: a':loss ,,by .

tinder circumstances" more. favorable gress made.in'. that"provided .'lor iionpf t 10s ,'pri'l jpte s.' .been carried_ ; against! .the: neutraliparty. spoliatiup v p.frojn whom' indemnity

1' tOt success'; and others, ,are by the ,seventh. ,accordipgtpa te, ,of'Congress .of the' ihjrcLof,. ; ..' Its..is, impossible', to look \ ,had'jieen ,spjoiig'withheld. ,
Itllt in n gocialio'f hnilhe' hope j : ports* recently. Deceived, there 1s. ne' thousand eighit bacH, on; .tM ':occurrences"',of-; the .were. proolRtly; paid; : -:Vor" xBese I .

: that they may be,' 'adjustedjriih good; cause to presume itial'.il.,w Jt.)( fifteen, adopted" immediately J : late, wars .in J2tfr<>Dt.and" to.: behold advances. ,:pubKc will ,h eamnpl.repadat .
mutual'accommodation' hese'ulfd: in I he'course of the :J.ff > *' \' which. -was 'paid.*'to, no :distantay, .by th.
the ih' ; r -. nsuingyear ...- the. r uiro "g( er !'p : tie Urarcgard, ,' ;
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terests and to the satisfaction ,of. :". : ,. ? I"r" :: anew, .overtitrel.ifd:foreign QU': :>igbta/-as: a 'neutral power, sale of the ,lands'. ,"in' Florida.the .' .Q, 1 '

tl*? respective parties.. 'If,has been I Iljs a. ,cause'.of ,serious:'regret, to establish"' Ui.corn. and.Ae "wasle whichws1, made pf greatadvantages!; .r ,lf.l'r.8(1o11ftAt
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the invariable object of this goV5jntv.tp that. ho arrangement' 'has, yctbj5n.Gnalfy ....tioqs 'with" thebn(: ,: :Jhc our: ;cpmn> 'rcer11'1'the. parties" toby : rjui8iti n' l'Iia1zito1*

< n : cherish :'.the, .most : c.9.nclude .. ,between. the,two,free, ,ancil] ,equal:!ecrprocity.! ; various actffof theirihe.jjretektrby ty.?inether i reffifcfattoo* .:hsh" <**.n**:**:"-" '

frletWly reUlion wifh .every' .'poVanH : gp'Q.T" t1 tstS5ecu reJI.j: oint c\'; principle. hajcrvac1edjll.\ :; q1; uii let'll -timatd:..tannpwe- ; formed\. 'd '. A

e.r,.. on' principles' *condinswhich -,. p p rati ri,:'\ : s r _i n..orthe. Of. 'CoLgress,..and. ,-aTT ..the. $acb,. that.':the ',o- ..(j'i,; etimate4't.lfat'th :rtceipt, '.
tt? .mighttoftK thVm peV 4la4 ,trade. ItVas.:the,.P jeof. : ;:- \iU.*> o \ t :.t m VT t"w It.h..O ,: 1tfl9th e Treaury,'dutng, ,th!" yeahonboui4eigbt >
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J' Uflflt.! .- :A' systematic effort 'has *. :government.*" > ,.!dth"I43t&tL81) an. ,..,..iheiA'5 .. : jontoriJhe,.. :. '_. _. ( :;?rat 6iort 9aiiort,.h and:'at ffjtedpurppsc >> ,hundred .anoT( .
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"ten madlfto placer ourkommercejj ;1 ;lv-siage s ot* itli 4 ,ncgoclut* ion- -,'t o. ,I' -A, 'hY -Q\iQrt ; ; '- i )| ] Tiever' to: 'submit-Jlo, the enty-fiVe. will ,bt? suffic.ienf,:to'

jIi". th .each, power, on' *looting,:oif"I.adopt t tl lanf for"the: '8uppr sslon: ,. of.important:queat'nns ,in'i jlike.:in. :future.An' 'iiuempt: tore-. : meet the. dsbursmnetevfthe yeary

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of-dollari, which U annually 'p.g i IPlIJfDD' < ,.,, \' %, b siraEe*, ,.&t. Alba bas, observe, .that Mr*, Maur* fcpenon \be'
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; propriated by the actconstUutkigthe sAllThaAY ... 'm.c&K: *tf) Jo'cottplatii that ,lie : who,Mr. Alba ,saysbeproduced ,IiVt.L
Fund to.the ,IAKUARY, 32, IS23 : f1I'; PaL1LIZ ,
i Sinking payment "
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of the principal and interest-of 1' publication in yimr test paper Ji&'bi vile ... 1Ut
wFtOTd jyoicjauy.-We- have staftdi14g ritncf if not the la ;-. calumny -The '
ofa P. Alba
:t public debt. ? been much the over the signature page, by which'eigltt)' orni4itthousd (lOeItfl V retlt "il
::4 The whole amount of,the (iublic 'gratified bj appearance would' DOt, under other circuBis'iahces ; acres of land 'ha beetihr tt f
:
ii!! debt on the first of JaTrtary next, ofsorae.articles of furni- require any other notice saved to *. UnitedStales.. ......It h: wk i'eIui'e C V V

4 may be estimated *t Eighty-six lure, raaBufacturcd by Messrs.' than your very: jadicio&s 'recnnrks -' fizlie that CaL White. ,eve reM ; miscreant: cttild niit ; _;)1t' :na...

S mil lions dollars hiclcfeive of two McRaeaod Staples at Choctaw and the :ancoairoVertible: 'sigt1f tits seat ifi the ,Council* was poor, .he had tao ,tn tt"), Imade.tppUcatw,1
i: millions five hundred thousand dollars hatchIe of the red wood cvidtnte on which they are found hold bim3tJf
,qtt bay nor is it a very grievous,sin to, : bi8 u-f.
of the loan thori ted by the cd "'but at ,ihe ftarey to which fer dtclimfd the
; land
bad
one of the most abnndaat 'pro- two offices; we have lately" an was wav f

ac1ortht'tenty'sixthofMay last.In duel of our soil. Tbe articles will Mr...Utwi 'belongs are disposed toinvftl'dile example of* gentleman who held no value. Ct>l. White nas tntian
included stock claims of
thhestfmate is a ; the oihersto.the -
Just before
fo
i of Cotift-
the
Member ,
iJ..d attorney was '
fw rithtf"
of* millions of dollars issued for BO t suffer; by a comparison with respec society, and ; gtp%
and Secretary or Commissioner
I cil aiid District Attorney, oat hew
;J the purchase of that amount of the thereat mahogany, and are very appropriate their well eanied Fame, at this time at Tallahassee holds th. liberally for which he; i,

1 capital stock of the. Bank of the elegant pieces furnituie. They afthfse \etitiUed. to it V a mow *
.J' those 6t Judge and Clerk,.and yet justly distinguished,agreed tolh .
United States, arid which, as the are at Mr. Lavall&'s Billiard room pafltular reference may be deem this modern, ,He cutes of political -man'. business for notbi8&'t
: atock of the Bank, still held by the .uninteresting to the public.'I1:71t .
and we advise those, who feel a reformation has takes neither., his saying it effect that p'O\ rtytf
4 Government, will a: least be fullyequal act,at "pride-in seeing the growth of oUt feeling club, tiltetta'orVk' its reimbursement, oughtnot 1 and ,
to etery generous!
r .
evil. The next charge pf Ivlr. AI ;out receiving aSsi.&uc'-.th.V..
manufactured in ;
soil such
a man
t. considered
to be as constituting 'revolts with disgust, indigna'tipn : '
;
that Col. White ctitJred f vt-fi was ec-utetl
bi's Vcyance
of the debt. Estimating to': the 1 find ,abet- party js, ,
a part public ner as supercede necestityofseeking and horror should the 'Legrelalive Council to out the knowledge of Col. Whit '
then, the whole amount of the furniture from excites astonishment That
elegp.nl pr i
; 'j.i : individual
for and and the is indignant
vote particular nreavtire, i i\
11f pubic debt at seventy-nine million abroad look and examine Lhe: perpetrator of the act should i
:to at that was the qualifications of voters the baser" of aft allusion to bi
of dolls and regarding the aunual ,T5C taken and made to write a :
up
t '" them. ; In this they, have the misfortune name or contract. Mr. Alha"
of
: receipts and expenditures the of the vilest falsehoods
-! long ,
.. essay of contradicted t alkinga5ou1 spvaking of u
founded .. 'I by a re- cocduct' -
Government well tie-
a tor fiotiticnt objects, displays a *
hop'eL cordas stubborn as that heretofore in ** tern.s of reprobalioti"is
may be entertained, that, L Precftftftt' 'iagt.-\Ve prsehl pravity and turpitude, rarely para- referred Col, White enteredthe i like Satan discoursing of
no unexpected event occur' the felled in the licentiousness of : ;
i,. discharged our:readerb to-day with a pt public Council three days after their morality, or some of our tlod'Pl1I!
whole publitdebt be contention. You have
t: may often of this valuable state-p: ier, havftg, justly meeting, having been detained in wolvts in sheep's clothing* pV.ending rt-
: J in the course years, remarked that the object only ;
:!j and the Government be' left at liberty very reluctantly postponed &, /vt 'makes the article of any interest to : the organization and employment t ; to what they never feel,c?

: fl thereafter apply such portion for our next. We must, aJso.:' a.ve the people of Florida, tee signer of assistants in the commissioners'. practice-he has the impudence Itstatt

4. of the revenue as may nut be the indulgence of our friend, fordt"lii'ing and his c(): rt"deraV 0 uId he absolutely office.: Three .reeks after this a I ) that' Col'hite" assented
.: que tional'os_ as to the, qualifications to the 'tontitnlatnf" NVhen the record -
necessary for current expenses, to to give them the rnain- ) contemptible, if their audacity -: ,
of ComDiissiuners
of bill the
,.. such other objects as maybe most L der oft ,Proceedings.oir Legislative did not rer.vlvr tV em detest voters;, the was' introduced I shewi
Gaither that he retired from the board-... V
: Mr. and
the by wasP
conducive security
to public able. Under the hands rfAoialircious
, .,I .: and welfare. That the sum ape: Council ; all of which the of a '*vai- once read in the morning it was I Ilroduct"d for this gross libel he will have
,
,. :I plicablt to these objects, will be shall be, laid before-then as soonas may Tcontinue ttirgeou to fester Sl5& ir.flume, ) befor Colonel t :Whitei : to answer in a court of justice,antfmy
I zxcjjed the Council Chamber hectl1fra thank his adviser, \vho
I v .' very considerable, may be fairly possible. long after the 'V XQtio'.s little in- : e

1y4 conduced, Whi-n it is recollected, sect has left its vt'nom'and life. in reading of,the bill,. in : malice has predominated ovev

that of the public From Washington we hate the .vhicfa no vas indulged ; the: bill their discretion,for the prusecn
:: : > a large amount the wound. What is the state 'of
: .' .*t ,1 revenue has been applied since heV gratification of learning, thE our this controversy ? Mr. Alba'makes b s propc-ed" provided that all ain tion. Mr.' Alba then upraks of

.: late war, to the construction of attentive Marshal has settlel )his an.attack that, .is denounced a 4J anobject 1 I I hbiian<< oi < particular description -. chastisement creeping behind t
the this I should vote: ; after some debate with a stick-and stiHetto; and after ..
. public ; accounts at the Treasury Department of public reprelier.sioh, not *
Col.Vhite nlav.-cl c2rikc. havingthis advantage, ah bo
':, tu tuc erection 01 roitinuotiuiia to
, long the coast,,.and of ;ursenak indifferent upon tolerable good terms, by Col. White, bu"by others ; if c/it the. ,,word '..i..hatJitrand insert I he did considerable injury, Coh-
he had thing to in extenuation
: ':. parts or the Union ; to and that every liberality was extended any urge '.he words which i'otv appearin I White chastised him ; if chastise*
,,he should have done it by
.", iI the augmentation of the navy, to : to him by the accounting confining himself to the object and the law "citizens,orihejll:> 'ted. ment consists in the infliction of

,; 14 the extinguishment of ,the Indian officers, that could be justified ei the author of the piece instead uf i Statesho may D e nsidzut* heif ,such blows as compels an assail
. title to large tracts of futile territory .. I ; (all the day or election: in the debate ant doubly armed to rcirrut. The *
I I therby law or former thzt he is made the
custom. sewer through i
M ; to the acquisition of Florida; I Cul.: White distinctly said pi! :-secuiion of Col. White haS,
& -
which all the filth collected
. : ,, ', to pensions to revolutionar} officers I This vigilant; officer will probably by :'I and repuled that he was < p fJCJdl L beet; carried on to a must disgraceful :
political s.cAVl'ngCrs'
and soldiers, and to invalids | be here by the, first of February persecuting io the right of the soldiers vote, extent, every V black-guard of i
for conducted
1 of the late war. On many of these when we shall be enabled to publish thrt'e years, is upon-I but did not wish to exclude! tbt.niI I desperate cir umstances and character
the in the form'of
community, an
: subjrcts the expense& will annually more on the subject.The address *? to the Citizens of Flori: I by liable irqfcriiM, but by qual have been supported, just i ia

diminish, and cease at no distant i ihcaiions, 'ucn us ate namid in aIbuui proportion as thry could contrl
da. The deadly draught in this
period on most or ull. On the i iU states out of 24h.. couitii- bttte to his annoyance ; the objectis
next instance is not offered in a golden
leg.ae.Two
; ': S first ofJ.tnuaiyune thousand eignt gen did ihatby itquiring residence the well known-one has said he

::1-- hundred und seventeen, the public; tlemen are now before the peopleof cup, that the patients may be tht- soldiers would be rxciucd, and I would not dare to offer for Ccn-
less sensible of the ; it is
danger
, 4. debt amounted to one hundred autftwentytluve L Florida as candidates for tluir I they v/cre excluded in fast and I gress,!* another that if he did it
LI contained in so noisome a chalice, .
JI millions four hundred I suffrages to represent us in the West Florida by the Judges of e- would not be, settled by;the p o-
that it the
, 1 -and nint't) one thousand nine hundred next, Congress of the United swallow requites it and should grossest he palateto ltctiun-the' people of his :Territory pie! hut by the .pi t.ol".atnaD whaI

': :; and sixty-five dollars i nd sixteen States. Our columns, as we have remaining, conscience possess it I have( too much intelligence I should wriu-ia his favor to correct

; :_ : cents; and notwithstanding : any I not to sec the difference. between. misrepresentation, has bffa-
'r heretofore stated, are to both will excite nausea and disgust, if! ,
open L with the direful
, i the large sums which have betn rciideii4itcl "inhabitants" altho threatened. wrath

*i applied to thrse objects, it has I I parties ;, ait an editor, we shall en not heavings. This shews thAtMr. there might have been some)iu the of the1 n't Id of honor. What is our

; i been uduced! since that period, deavor to be strictly impartial. ... Elba's associates' as he has have as little Council wno diu not comprehend 1 condition I Is it possible! that the

< thlrly.s ven million four hundred I We hope however, that candour understanding principle. it. A sohierof the United States spirit of declining Rome.bus seiz'r
i Mr. Alba is made to set out witha
j.-; t and !fort\-&ix thousand nine hun- !: and liberality will be the leading dec1al'atioDthat it was ColWha Army, jp/iiiist herv, i* an inhabitant ed this infantgovermi, and not

: vent'y-eie3)sity-one dollars and : but not resident of the Ter-., only proscription, but the knife
a
se- '
.
.r of..
.llil cenrsr | lnh"a, lL1h&l.i /vft: t-qd en t-a-ni_ lfr ..Julf1Lentns rri .. _. .. L.rI4-i:.... _"
I tion ojjjr. fliutpor PUbliSh' ana that each win endeavor career as Ult" un 1flflaDi1ant ; f'7 V J V -VITI:)" qI --. '-.' :. -'..ug>".iQ****"-"* '_
_, debt wnl' bv re't the regulation of the who dare
rr public army requiresthat to
had This is bait intended ex'rcise.tht'prh'iJ
" 1: : d. to rest on the good qualities of no rights. a -
::1.t ",1": ., 'ble on the firs of January, for the old inhabitants"with when a soldier is discharged, of free citizens ? It is fortunave-

L- j- vut' thousand eight hundred and his favorite candidate, rather than whom he has endeavored to he shah be paid for returning to Mr. Alba has been selected to pro

i'i \r.-I" thirty five; and while there is the upon the foibles of his opponent ; identify himselfin his controversy his place of residence, he is therefore IDtlgatethe different misrepresentations

Jr; best reason to believe that the resources -I' personalities are odious, and tho but it is, his misfortune" to a resident of the place where from which his party

of tht Governmentvilbe 1 we cannot pretend to exclude all I be held in the- most unconditional I he enlists-the courts have decided have drawn forth the ignominious .

(.; :I) continually) adequate to such portions that intention is catalogue, else
I I investigation into the pretensions, contempt and detestation by nearly necessary to they ruigftt
;:; t of it as may become dUt in constitute resilience soldier in have been whispered about
character and qualifications of every honest man among them. a witji
It' j the interval, it is recommended! to service has no will sanctified faces in
I candidates for Col. White] has been the friend of or intention, private places
\ : Congress to seize every opportunity L-1 public office, we but that of his officer of. better
the old inhabitants, and has saved: ;, all ethzng.s by men standing, but not V
{. :' that may present itself, to reduce would much rather the contest many of them in our courts from were elaborately explained r) t of better fueling. Corrupt and

f: ". the rate of interest on every,! should he conducted with ,mildness ruin occasioned by the inordinate by Col. White, but his 'vas not unlike profligate ;;s may be sonic i portion'

H ; Dart thereof. fhe hi}.h state of than that it the situatio cf; Paul and los of society there is
the should partake of 1 lanacity_ speculation-has nro-. always a large
r credit
public and the great abu that rancour, which is calculated muted their interests- by advocat tus ; when .,the former was dis majority w ho consider<< strict and

uancf" of rnuny, are at this I ing public improvements and coursing of the resurrection, the inflexible adherence to truth, as
dtL:: alaree .
time favorable to sucjx to make political arguments end in
L a re
very
latter
- majority of them have the supposed him mad, one understood the foundation ot"ever) thing that
sult. It must be very gratifying personal enmities.. We. never have the doctrine is virtuous, and ha-
most unlimited confidence in, and the other honorable in -

) to our fcllow-ciiiiens of, to the witnessthis I i considered an honest difference of affectionate regard for. him.. It is did not.-Any man ordinary intelligence man nature.
flourishing
sLat
finances,when it is recollected public,that opinion as ground of hostility, and false that Co). White eter h ap who will read the law, Plain Truth.

V' I DO burthen whatever has been impost we are'disposed to be as friendly plied" to be ..mader: member of will pronounce unhesitatingly that :I am, astonished<< that after mf

J 11 t d upon them. with those who vote contrary 10 as the Council, and equully/a/sf that, under a, right construction of it, refusal to give a .certificate thatan

: I Tab, Continued. with those who vote with us ; hut he ever rt'.presi'qled himself" the soldiers could ,not vote.-So allusion should txf made to the

.. citizen of the Territory" before much for Mr. Alba's devotion to services rendered
L4! a"" we wish it understood that if me rand my voluntary "
:t r I IN CONGRESS. communications his arrival How Mr. Alba should l the right of suffrage -; he would compensation4o: Job,
ire
; 1 Ho ,e Itefircscntativcs, Wed" offered to us, be so,conversant with the negotiations doubtless have bartered away at M. White, 'as an attorney at J law. V

v. ,t f&eada Dec. 15 -On motion of which: to our knowledge, vary. between Col. \Vhite,, his that time all rsuch rights, for a Before he was eithelo'S, cretal-Y or

4; ..1I Mr. CALL, it was Resolved, That from truth, 'we shall,.if wi' publish' friend and ,the President, might he t'ac simile.of a Governor's signa Commissioner, I made application \

F + the Conifjtitteeon Roads und Canals them at all l, accompany them with' a matter of curious rather than in-' tUIC.1i V :. Alba after exhausting!F Fa through-an individual; to Col.

i' te instructed 0 enquire into such remarks and contradiction I lerrslitiK enquiry. It is false that catalogue of invented falsehoods White, to request his professional--

L1 ;' the expediency of opening a public as we think they,merit, regardless 1'Col. White got his commission: says he could publish more against, assistance regard to a conflicting

i;I' : road from St. Mary's, Georgia, to of whonsay be pleased or ..i 'hcrore'his' airival ; the commis.sion.twas the *k child of intrigue ;" could claim to a poor tract of land

? .' the Buy; Tampa, on the coast displeased received' in Florida, &nd i I Col. White have joined in the owned by me, and requested him
I .\ by them : and we .trust that" if: did spoils" derived from .
not reach here
:,: "1 of Florida. until, some forgery, he to receive part as compensation,

: ::1 I.., Monday, Dec. 20. we reject any essays offered to us, weeks after" he was in Pensacola- would). have, taken him for a full as I had no money ; he I understood

4 On motion of Mr. CALL, it was .he. writers will 0 submit, without I of his services in that, as well ase'V.rry grown wan in iiitrigue, quite a rather declined ,the landbut .

: Hesol ed, That the Committee on murmuring and be convinced 'that i other office he has filled, the, politician and fit to be a Dell"gate' generously offered his services. ;

.. Pos Ofitces I and Post Roads be in- we are actuated'not 'by personal pe- pie are loo-st'nsible. to mal,e jt I 1 'Mr. Alba then attempts after the performance of which I V

'Il CCssal')' to inform them. The to tell a tale about aits, messagesand went to the Clerk's Office with
to into
I ,' structjed enquire the expe- considerations, but by zeal for the ,
dienc ofesiablishinga post rout public good. certificate in your last paper, of inducements, to obtain a partof ,a Notary Public_ and conveyed the I

t : from he Creek Agcncjn Geor the most respectable men in this a "po r man's" J nd-he, with a part of the land. The statement.., V

:i ri8 gia, to Tallahassee, in the Territory -.- country, proves, that Col.Vhiie: perfidy for which he is peculiarly in the' last Gazette in relation to it

: cf Florida. --. "translated the Spanish language conspicuous. attempted clandestinely is:false, in every particular, and
t.1 Theifollowing; .
resolution
wai offered with great facility" and by subornation.and'
his the
( Monday, December 27. ,having imposition reference tit 'me unauthorized;
On motion of Mr. CALL, of Florida I to' the House of Representatives a translator 'only shews that the ,to obtain a certificate to send' the author _ought, to have known

it was 'of the United States on the. busine'ufthe office could not be to Washingtonin direct contradiction : that I: would repel the.caJL mnf.

1.. /f4 dyed, That the Committee 14th Dec. by Mr. Wright of Ohio- : done by ont.individual. and suchwai of the'records ,of Court and .Jose Maura*, :

t Reads and Canals Resolved That his attention ,to the public in- the Commissioners, and now has .
r on instruct- the conyon.the,,1 January 16th, 1825. V 4 4'fhe.abqvestItement
ed to enquire into the expediency Judiciary be Instructed to inquire lere'ts. that:he hadiupon an inadeauate the, baseness. ;to-aay he spoke'of it, made

of mating further into the of |- salarjr employed an assist when,the,certificate was intended was
appropriation\ propriety .
I providing, by 'aftV to,me Mr.Muiajhe n, Alb*
such'js/the to be
; to complete the public road from lawthat any judicial or ot er'civil' } obliquity.i>>mind as-secret and:"Welt'irran4e das V
'and attempted clandestinely to obtain
: Pensacola to. St. Angusti ein the officeri of the Government the' ba's, depravity of heart of MrAI-' the fabrication'. of ,a Und title a certificate to send to Washington

Terri of Florida. United States associates, that.they have no-whisperwaseverVhear(1 and i if
ory who shall hereafter it him
tia been
j7 ; *, interpreted to
1
r On motion of' Mr. J. T. harped overo.thj old song so long it had not been for the.just ihdig.nation .
( JOHN engage in .fighting".a dU4'lt-<() 'inchallenging f hat : ''in.FrelcbV:: he has signed it ffl
,
they tell it, with the of the'.
y SON, if Ky.it was : assisting, or encouraging ; confidence individual"whose situation
of rnypresetice.V
.. 'Rei Dived, That the Committee any other person so to en* for truth., This is only. 'referred to, was set forthwith: the col "IL VV

be directed gage ., shallforfeitr the purpose'of shewing; hqw ouring one accustomed ,; BeuryAhrens4.Jriury.16tb ,
on tlie Judiciary to the ,office by to perjury :- ic
: t consider the 'rxpediency of abolishing him so held,, and be ;ever: afterwahUjrendered unrelenting rancour and persecution it would 'never; have' ,been_ 1825,
t ,wilt hunt up matters'to attack {known, _Mr.Jaut.1'was'loo I do 'hereby ,state that in 'Th'
: for debt & : honest
imprisonment : incapable of hold "
'
': that t if y ,have leave to report by ing the liter/other ,office under a, character,, sjp pure, that from.!t to con' earso- ,infamovs. -' aft. a .t wlien: Col. Joseph M.VWhitetIt his
three'years' | as,an ,vertised ,to practice law/beYore/ ,
I the residencenqthingese!
: bill or otherwise. / Government.. ; J uttemptclandestinety to injure -
.. Could be put into :the mouth of a a generpui and 'honorable e ,a ppointmen t as SecretryUnd4-' ,

rear.Qr'mOf"e.t eforc' his aprOl0ra -
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.- : T I/,........ )o ,. "- '. .. '.'- -4- ,' .:;:;.-,;:-. ..." 'lltfrf ..1.-- ,,.,.' S3EMtERED.

gent aslcomm'mloaer;: 5o's; Malia .. ;T*>,the. Totew t.m ;.. -1 completea(t <.--paehtjrnpovmeitta. -I : ) :a9.tj rl'..f) "'-lyre-ejnpfidn',act, U .r--- -

to me and stated. tha the \ \ thebpe*- roads: iijd.'QIta..1fon epMbl- c nnt"cte4\vlth the ac. WWP
: applied several miles At the. 1icita op'or.! fu nbcTt: >fr"my national purpose*.... The local_effects -eruWtioi :and--rfisp-dsi8bn of Territory, by w-

had a4tractorland friends I have been 'induced icTmake- a such improrefl !\ts aVie"equally coapic' th Govcrnmeirt ofthe United'States, and .

in the cduntry on the Bayou Tex- 1 1 r tender if my; terfrltie' tir Che people, 'of*.". '\ *';by reducing the prWof trani or-- fieehVnacled! Various' but,unes- .

; which there was a COIl- '1I thisTerritory'torepresent them. in the tation a greater ritajber purchasers are' 'senttal.-modificationsTduring twenty
har.over j i next Congress of the United States.' In years.legislation Jan ir.-Schr. Henrietta, Quigglei .
difficulties enabled to come into.the-ujarket, andaj.l the .
Claim and other on same'subJect.. The ''
fticting from the title consenting to do so, I have not considered 1,demand for the-, ', .Jand arid- labor of the j was first! _suggested to a generous andmunificent policy New OrfrA s. ('argo; 20 bbls.
-
produced pa- I it incompatible !wih my duties as Comnnsaioner country is proportio b9'} ugJhe.nted.'f- j government, as a reward to a whiskey -20 bbls.; flour, & 20 kegs

paper? having been burned* and I Itt ; ,:as the Board has already decided I By means'of water, carriage the internal.!poor sett1erfor-difficulties, priV' tioUs hid, to Henry Michetet. hhds.
estedtne to speak Colonel I till the:'cJaimsbefore them, and ettledlthe' 'trade ofChins is said to be-"nearly j and
< ; p equal, expense attending the first settlement sugar! 12 b'lepo1'I3bblse molasses,430 ,
fend to him to take : ,principles : whlcl must govern all i' to the whole market -in Europe'; ,and "I| of distant and uncultivated Territory -
White, propose bbls. torft and .
.
I future cues that be presented for''i 2 bags coffee
[ land for his services may within the last .fifty years, COI1'eIpondII andior the'labor of opening roads '
of (he ,
part Col. White .adjudiea on. t II results have been realized in England! i felling f9T1ts! and improvtu I .11IC_ lands to', Finlay : and Rti5htum.2

as he hid no money. In soliciting1 your suffrages, Fellow-Citi From these combined ;considerations, we '; of the United States ; ,the act Irf favor of bagscoBee, fhbis,:Whiskey, 8 hbls& '

replied that the land was of no use jens, I conceive mys lfonly in the' exercise -!have: nci doubt but that General'Go.. FloridavtUrno 1 doubt dictated by the ,flour,' 5 .bbls.. ; mackerel, 3 b oxes

to him., I suggested that it would I of a* ,ptrivilejre which .is guarantied-!I'vemment.T 'll 'f tO Dptlt encourage same considerationsbuUI not think it candles, 4 kfgs 'tobacco EC 3 bbls. ,

suit for a summer retreat, and to 'every :citizen, .by the laws. and constitution :every essay that might, be male'. to consummate sufficiently ext !itsive> in fixing the.period rice, to order "! '

claimant was to :of our'country. Offices, both I such a. syslem t,The 'impulse of donation' arijl p're-eraptive rights; i
that the poor had honqtiandprofit, in ji government like j I given to the .spirit; ,,oT: }internal! \improvement -, much'more resti"cted than the laws on the Schr.3aniA tonj ; :Roig11, N.

which he replied. that he never ours, arc public piroperty, which the "peo by the .plpdi&ete'prise! : of New same subject. u Jpper; and.. lowe Louisiana -f Orleans; rgoaa'' ceriestcc.. to the

declined attending a man'sbusIflC5 pIe have a right to bestow upon thoSe I: York, W'ff'ultimately "eiis re, its'accom- and the '- untry West_of Perdido ; Captain. '-.. &

on atcount of his poveiv whom they may believe best qualified to I 1'plishmenVand 'we camtthfesitate to',believe considering 6a*' exposed s situation.the 18t-Schr.. Angelina, orsyth

... tiriie afterwards I wrote represent and advance their interests.Withouttherefere .- tliawhc- UnitedJBtjHaJ, at l ut' should havebe: .n'm *& :om'JSkhensive in ,
.' .cnnp..... .. "Ntw' l't Iins" 'c' MiJftf es A. W.ibnt7'GeoYc."rod
-- .
the make inland;** have done
mort remote intention 1 : nations tliey its provi iOt1s..t.n'd inc1udeda'I:1Jte number .
several months be ; -
conveyance, : of disparaging the merits orqtialifiaI! on other sbrf.lar occasions. In addition' of poor, honest and industrious farmers ( F. Pasqli'tfr : -

fore hib appointment. as commit: tion. of others, I Jiave : to the benefits, -dcnv. :J.. trcri" canals, we who' have come-intq" country; ; J.QuinS.: Pai, t terson, S. i '

Aonerj? and Mr. Maura signed and .niye1fofthis invaluable t privilege, by en- j I have a number! of fine Vn ers which are at since;:the ", surrender Florida" to'the' 'Darrids, Jo"s. C. '& ,C..p. Keyser,

acknowledged it in the Clerk's OiflCCt erinpf the list of fair competition and I I present navigable fof"vessels conside- Uuited Stats, and who have exhausted 'and the Captfin.SlooVHaxaJU. .
Becoming a candidate for suffrages; rable bnrthci-( varioUs distances from their I .; ,
-Given under my hand tIllS your only means .)f purchasing, in the Potter \
at the next election. I i their mquths; these'may* be greatly improved improvement of the country and their 22 day .

16th January, 1825. It would,,not become me, Fellow-Citi- by a removal of some obttructions, homes which they will be- compelled; from New, York-cargo, *21 bale '

I Joseph E. Caro. zens on this occasion to speak army own which shou'd! be amongstthc..firt objects without this extension to abandon to time hay, 500 bushels salt, 30 casks

!,qualifications for the" station I solicit i of local.legislation. Whenever tils prac.I rapacious speculator and''land jobber ; I nails, 25 kegs tobacco 5 coils-

they are respectfully submitted to the i I 1 ticable system of 'internal improvement should advocate considerable extensionof & 2 bales l merchandize/o N5H. .
rope
MR. HUNT.-The inclosed remarks determination of those whose confidence I shall be consummated, a new spriig will that law so :as'to embrace such class; :,

) headed "The Press" seemsso seek.t ..\ fair and just scrutiny into pub. :. be given to the.interests: of Florida ; every policy and humanity require it, and a mag- : : AIl n.-11 cases merchandize,

well suited to our LafiYudcthat lic acts and political pretentions: is one portion of it will be brought nuch nanimous government: could not refuse : 20. casks. nails, 25 kers tobacco), 20

number of subscribers wishto of the highest prerogatives of the people, nearer together, would form as it .vere what they have granted in other places.: : bbls. 'vinegar, '24 bags salt, 8 firkins
a your and inseparably connected with a \vwe but one neighborhood' and there w uldbe ,
butter
There are another class of settlers who 4 casks cheese, :uul 1 :
see them .republihhed, in your and'judicious!selection of public servants. a rapid Augmentation of its wealth have .located themselves t'o
on private arter'cask wine Stone & Nis-
pa perlfvisackla From Mich an ordeal I shall never be disposed .and population. These'roads and canals claims without that q :
would constitute the of any knowledge they bet.-1 crate and '6 hhds. ware, 8
Jan. 11, lS 5. to shrink ; every upright and conscientious j channel transportation were such, and having performed all..the
would rather solicitits for the of the bbls. and 6 bbls.: cider
THE PRESS. individual staples: Mississipjj conditionsprescribed in other cases and apfplies, to I :
I; examination and meet it with promptitude valley, the Alabama, and o f the rich bodies .- coming within the equity of the law, Finlay and Rushton t
'I'hf'o11owing remarks of Dr. and composure, as it is the only of land on the ChoctawhaChie Yellow .
ought to be entitled to land of the same CLEARED,
Franklin! are of that practical nature means ofarriving at a correct estimate of Water, Chipola, Little River tIle fine quality in- other places on the public Jan. 15Schr Ha-rier
that character, and preventing abuses of au country contiguous to "Tallahassee, Su- Camp. ;
and and those
i distinguished by lands more particularly whose
Alachua and St. John's. bell, New: Or.leanS-t, 14.000
thority. wanee, : The f
improvements conflict with each other i
good sense and correct judgment, An uninterrupted residence in the ot these sections I' feet lumber hides :
of products of country, and tliose which have lately! been covered and. 24 by Fin- '
-
wnich, pervades all his works a Territory, from its organization to the consisting of su -ar, cotton, "rice and most by lildiun reserves ; such laws have I lay and Rushton \

literary character. They are par- present period has afforded me an opportunity ofth tl'cpicallhlits, added to the valuable been passed and there'is j no reason why .. ARRIVED.Jan. .

ticularly cfifiro/ios at the present of Becoming acquainted,with the tiinber of Florida, and the articles of Flomh} should ,be less, and many that she 8.-Bars ? Judge WiU
interests ami wishes of its inhabitants. commeice and subsistence: drawn from ; I
than
time, when faleshood, slander and should be more, favored other Territories

II Whilst a member of the first Legislative the sea, must at some future period, secure kins, Cum-.Tiitgs, Choctawhatchie, :

misrepresentation, are te! daily Council, among the other important la- to it the postfessiun of much wealth, ; Having; had occasion to mention the : 42 bales cotton, to N.:II. Allen;- ;

food shamelessly served up to their :' boisand duties to be performed in the its staple are: 11 lose; most in demand: ut. Indian Ueserves" contained in the late : 200 bushels corn, to Lewis,
readeps, by many, very many of formation ofa new code of laws, the task home and abroad ; there is besides no
treaty, I shnuUl advocate their immediate and furni-'ure to M. McRea. -
our journals,whose standing and devolved upon me, with mherc, to drafta country more desirable, inconsequence :* estinguuibment by tile
should memorial to Congress, onthe subjects at ofthe salubrity of ciimute, (lisunguisi.-: governmentofthe 20th.-Barge Mitchell, ; :
lead United: Stales the
to
us
pretensions, expect that time of most prominent! interest to ed as it is fir mildness: and 'equability. : ; strong repugnance Choctawhatchie ; 8 bales of cot- : .
[belter and the white population feel to settle
things ; when the the I since beheld the A considerable stream of I
have
Territory. emigration may In their ucinity, would form ton, and. produce tp Mr. Cain.
charities and ccn decencies of life success of that recommendation, with a therefore be expected to. flow into .our ; 6bjectio n to their continuance. an insuperable in the ::.:-- -:' .,!'. ::- :- ---; --- --i ,I

apprar| to be forgotten in the ardor degree of satisfaction we naturally exper- Territory, and a population and wealth, : interior of the cOUlBrJ have: Custom house Pfnsacota, 2. :

of a ontest, in which temperate f'ncc. when views are realized, the accomplishment RUtficient to const.tute: a respectable ta-.e I An opinion. that since alwaysonterti.iied the Junvartfl4th 1824. 5
\vhichwas,at one period at no distant period, nJJy be confidently i SAILING IHECTIO\S
and dispassionate enquiry, mightbe t'ty of 1784, tlio Indians' ai a nation
believed to be visionary. The Indiansare anticipated :
I o\\lied no lands in .Florida Vessels
supposed necessary to the making removedfrom the interior, and ; they were at For boitnilinia Pensttcofa. .
concentrated -
of a correct judgment. within the limits stipulate Florida, }Fellow-Citizens possesses many I that period incorporated a.? Spanish subjects } VtSSELS Cemng' from,! the Eastward \
by
up resources, and todevelope them judiciously h.n'ing'only an -.:mfructuar)' inter- i in 7 fathoms water until -
his time indeed when treaty 'a Seat of Government has beenselected
a everyman ; is all ttiat u necessary to ensure e3t in tht! .country and both provinces I the Light House bears by Compass x.
at a central position of The Territory -
of moderation and correct tier a happy: destination., Much has been were ceded by Spain to the United States5':by, w. when they can;stand in for the bar *

feelir gs should set his face against ; an road Appellate from PensacolatoSt.Court is established ; done-for tier by the General Government, ** in full property and absolute dominion," I until iu 3 fathoms, which is the: Aoa:est
a
Disgusting, perversion of the great will be ,and AIIg'uj.tine the at the: instance of the fowler'ami present without any recognition of title in the In. water on the bar at low water, with the
speedily completed
Delegate, and much remains yet to be dians. Should 1 be honored with your light b?.lrin .5. bv w. \fter arriving 'n _
object- aa honest and decent land titles, at least of U eat Florida, are
effected tins ,
; can only be accomplish. confidence 1 shall tdvocate the establishment the-bar agreeably to the! above directions
in train
pre8 .- Georgian a of final adjustment. These ed by united efforts and enl gntened'- oT several additional ports of'entryon you must then' steer u. w. until the s. w.*

"In the conduct of my newspaper -: important execution measures of which, in the adoption aiid; counsels ; with all her facilities skill$ is our coast, the protectidn: of our coin- t end of St Rosa Csland bears K. by s. and .
assiduity lias
((says the Doctor, speaking of been employed, will hive great an immediateand necessary to bring them into action and merce: and growing prospect demand it, : the Light Hou e v. i1.. when you can
give then :ultimate success. Although as well as number of additional Liiit steer for the Light until withiii the Island
,
the wht he editor sensible
period, n was an ,]) effect in promoting the set ,
have
we more sea coast than any two Houses not the ,nain : when haul into
only
on but can the
tlement on the you up passage ,
I excluded of the public lands, facilitating! .
all
carefully libellingand States in the union which
by we acquirethe keys of Florida j and steer for the bay free of danger.
personal 1 abuse, which has of! Intercourse ofthe between the different sections advantages of valuable harbors: and Before closing tins address/ wish Yet- The above directions ui'e applicable for

late ears become so disgraceful tour ,) Territory, removing to local prejudices fisheries ; yet: let it not be forgutten'tnat bxv-Citizens, to call your attention to another large vessels coming from the west vard '
giving an impulse agriculture
it
ountry. Whenever 1 was solicited and commerce,and consolidating in presents/additional points attack in subject, which is considered< ofthe i, with exception, that they need not
time of with
war ; a sparse while popu. nighest importan As the members of keep in more than 5 fathoms watei.I .
to insert any thing of that terests and feelings of our growing population. -. lau The drauichiberraent the Territory the Legislative Council( are selected exclusively : j I: Small vessels drawing not more than 14
kind and the writers within the bosom of the :
}' pleaded- (Zl3 and a cession-of part to Alabama Territory' and so from the citizens ot'tiie Territory -'}, feet can bring the light to bear v. J w.
,
extended
they l generally did) the liberty of I is a project now entirely abandoned and a line of sea Coast, we should elected, I .shall be decidedly in favor and steer for it in the night until within

the press, and that a newspaperwas I we already begin to feel as we should do, necessarily Under be mu<;h exposed to invasion. cf their being chosen immediately by ;: halfamilfe: of it. where they can anchor

like a stage cc ch, in which f like a people having the same interests, circumstances, .. it becomes tuepolicy ttiQ people ; liberty or freedom consists 1 I with an off shore wind. But if.they havea
ofthe General Government to establish in actual share in the fair wind they can steer E. until
any one who would pay had a rIgHt to be advanced by common and unite having an appointment by x.
exertions. Jealousies a chain of defences on the Gulph of those who frame the laws, and sheltered by St. Rosa Island, where they
to place, my answer was, that I are no limger en. Mexico, as faras may he necessary for who be r can anchor in harbour until / .
tertained Between tbt ftast and the West are to the guanQans of every a good < uUght. $- VI
I[
vould print the price separately, but all seem disposed to act as members of our security and populatethe country man's life property and peace ; the TeaSons \ '

ifdriired, and the author might the same soon as practicable. The first may be by whicn the, present arrangement'I The ebb tide sets s.w. anti the flood M
great family, and to cultivate
liavt as copies'as he accomplished Dy the location of a Naval was recommended have .ceased to exist TS. t. which should be carefully st"i'\ea S
: many pleased harmony and good feelings These *
to distribute himself, but that I' friendly relations should be encouraged Depot at and Pensacola, rebuilding fortifications and the provision should cease with taem. by all vessels: coming in, as the ebSvill' -
constructing others at themos tin shoal and the
No objection can certainly be raised a- carry you on caucus
with and solicitude the basis four I
*oud take it care as r
not t vulnerable
upon me to spreadhis and points of attack, the gainst amendment of the organic law, flood sets directly in over the muidle
(detraction, and that strength prosperity happiness. second will be greatly accelerated by it least with 'ground. .
having With such dispositions! they must continue as is at most coifgenul mr' I'
]
contracted with subscribers to bringiligthe public lands into market at political institutions. A.V.. Hamilton
my to be strengthened, as the resources ,
furnish them with what be of the and an early period,the surveying of which is Those who have an honest difference ioi/cctor. .
( .
might country,are developed, as now under the direction of -12\v.. ,
progressing '
opinion, and who other candi- -
useful or entertaining, I could-not advances are gradually made in the completion that vigilant oilicer the Genera ,. prefer I .
Surveyor
fill their ofa education and inter dates,. exe cising.the prerogatives of freemen \\1Cfr\\ :
papers with private altercation nal system ut Florida. As in the other "Temtonea, will rather attract my admiration' .

in which they had no concern improvements. it is to'bu expected, that one at least of than hostility proscription and violence V \VednesdayPeb, 2 l. will b : sold
The of ;
Florida for
:, without doing them manifest roads and capabilities canals opening the best sections in each township, will be are no,part.of my character. From a just I atPublic Auction, to toe mg.f ,t oid-
not
are surpassed by appropriated for the benefit schools: I ler, at the store, ofthe suoscriber, a variety -
injustice. Now, many of our printers any section of the Union. Such is the character and scrutiny into my private, public, profe-;
colleges; by which means we shall of 'Goodsnostly Hardar ieing:
:make no of of of the soil of the sional and political acts I snail never
scruple gratifying most Territory, j .
soon have ai our disposal a consideraolc I the remains: of the stocfc_of she lat.iirm -
shrink I invite it. TInS
-
the malice of individuals, by false all that the roads:are comparatively' good at literary fund, which by skillful management have Intclli''ence, boldly and people independence -J of Simpson3ntr: : and sold by crJer of
seasons of the and perceive
accusation: of the fairest charac- the year ; so numerousare may be made to effectuate all tate to'act and against the aspersions the surviving. partaer.JJKEllfSE.
deep, mighty, yet'manageable ; -
ters oursehes valuable purposes of a liberal system o f .1 stand and i. _
among augmenting rivers,:and the indentations of.ourcoaswith calumny, conscious:
education. # ti. f a.variety to. -
the ne a.i< pUce
at same
ot
animosity even to the producing capacious, bays and fiarbours;, that erect. All'DIY property, with tiie excep- Househojd.and litolienfimniirt", tf e' effects -

uf duels ; and are moreover, so indiscreet seem to reach out their arms to embrace I congratulate myself and the country tion of a few negroes is in Flcnda, and of tjielaie Joh'i,JSi inpozl.dec'd..
>iie commerce ot"the world, that the of they shortly expected it i my resi- "
as to print scurrilous Tea an intercourse upon prospect an administration are ; j and 501(1 by order of the .i.Itnfciwtiflitow j
flections by internal communication might of the government for the next four cle'nce for life aul ujv; interests are IdentIfied terms cash. _

on the government of be opened from east tovest in a short years, that promises to do every thing with its prosperity. T Twitchf.il. '

neighboring states, and even on 'period and a(small expense. The attention which we can reasonably expect for our I regret that duties of paramount obligation / .

the! conduct; of our best national al- of: Congress has, for several years, advancement. Should General :Jackson will prevent me"from visiting my .Iluctime.

lies, which may be attended with been directed to opening a chain of ca be elected President,so identified is he ..lInw.fihzf'ng. _.._.. -u_ _in u _Rut___ -Flonda.UIltll--_.' sometime --Jan. 19. 45.-.L: : ,

the nals from the harbour of Boston to New with Florida, and so highly has he always about, or after the ele uon. In pre- i i' M>:riGti. '.

most pernicious consequences. Orleans ; its extent, from theformer estimated its acquisition& that he would no, scatting myself as .a 'candidate, I wish it the

These things I mention as a caution place to the extremity of Georgia, was estimated doubt, feel disposed to patronise any distinctly understood that my views and THE following of tile' sl1b watches crlberin,were June put in 1823,

!to young printers, and that by Mr. Gallatin to be less than 100 measure, which the Delegate, whomever feelings are not influenced by local or sectional -j the called '
< be delivered to owners wiie-i .
theylbe encouraged not to pollute miles, and might be executed for about he may be, might originate, calculated to ohsiderations.. elected, I should j j I 1 o for and charges paid, and were at that i.

ilieiij and three millions of dollars. From Georgia advance our interests, and secure us a not consider myself the Representative i
presses, disgrace their time advertised.
to New Orleans would line of speedy admission into the of the West or tiastpsany exclusive por- .
require a family of Inde I' I
profession such infamous 1 Silver watch.. Jona. Binder, repairsS41
by prac- canals of nearly tile same distance, and it pendent States. tion cf it, but of the whole, which is be- do. ,

tlces, but rrfusc steadily, as they i was supposed might be opened at an e. Upon the subject of the land claima or lieved to be virtually and substantially : Gentleman Genevean, ornamented gl 40-4 silver a watch Spanish 1;

tlI8).lsee by example that such "I qua! expense, the wliole tailing greatly the Territory, 1 have barely ,to remark the same. Although a resident of the j Mr. Porter, 33-1 da. t young- man, :>e- I

tour e of conduct will not, on the : short ofthe canal in New'Yo;k, which is that my best exertions shall be employcci Western section of the Territory, the interests lieyed to be a boatman, S2-1 do. a gentleman :

Hole, be injurious to their inter- nearlycompleted; by that great State. a- to have them speedily adjusted, .and to : of the East shall engross an equ.lshue : from Escambia, S2-1 due owner ;

e8t.' lone. On examination beh'eve it will see that justice is impartially administered of my attention : and i flatter myself I unknown g3-1 pinch ac watch, a.sol ;
be found that the facilities of ; that by laudable zeal and fidelity to
constructing between the 'United States and the dier,2 dolls.--Xpw if the forsazd.watchCs -
This is sGund advice, upon aP''not canals on the coast of the Gulph of Mexicoare claimants.--So intimately connected is tile co HI mon concerns of,Florida, I shall aie'not called: :for previously and all ; i

always understood, and much greater than were ever anticipated the final !settlement of these'claims'wit have the gratification to secure a reasonable charges paid..they. will be sod.at, public !
11 I ,a line fronyaAnpalachicolftf through the and share ofpubic! approbation. of I
1'1 worthy tar tbe'consideration growth prosperity Florida,that auction on Saturday the 19th:day February
( St.Joseph's, St. Andrew's, and St. ltosa' it is an object of the first il.11portancethat With high considerations of respect, : next at te i o'clock A% >t. to the :

correspondents, as well as prin- Days, and Sound, and thence to Mobile they should'all be reported to ongres at Your Friend" ld FeI1ow-Citjzen, highest bidder.to nay the aforesaid charges ,

er'-Mor to say the truth the first Bay, could be accomplished by cutting ; as early a period asprcti! ableanc1ss- .Jos f'L\1. -White. ai4 all attendant expencei # I

Ire.quently appear to consider their I ten mLlesoflanJ onlyr might be done for ed upon .the mtentionofthatbbdy'7' la ", .. .-, ,.., ..' TYTwitchen.19,1B ..- I.'
-- 7' .
: private griefs of infiniteImportance a much smaller sum; and would be of i .th.e' performance! of this"duty,< all that I :- -- 1.1 r
as matter ,
Pel1sacola
infiuitely '. : ,Jan. 5. 46-3t -
greater consequence'to tlie.v'j can promise l a.becoming,z,aAn4d&lion 'ne o"IIj E.Famiiy- .. __ -- S
:
*m *
the
to and the :
.
public -
nited States, than m number for which ,and.th t'ri thingJ rn khjitt be' to '. ? T -|- -
rit tion of Individual feelings, as they ]I have appropriated one hundred I wanting to secure, such1 my k aesTrable part shall be .inserted' our' next, hay- ,Lost OT Stolen.N :

t matter for the space which thousand acres of'l nd. A line connects suit. From a careful and correct Tuvrs-' ing.becn excluded 'tbU Vee.k by a ( \ Tuesday, the 11th instant,a double '

:houd) be devoted for general in.10fllation" ing the. waters or the Gulph with the. :At tigation of these claims (or several veofg, four' !' rnti5 t pied cappedsit'erwaxcAi.tuaker.'aname I

lantic OcealAI well as those of tbtflirssittsippi -flatler5 my1f.tbM, on."tIJis subject pre.ocU1tckfl GeoClerke| London,.N o. 9\\>J9.. _

.,,' Alabama and Appalachicolarivei ,should bo enabled to give general satis -- .- H.f m ff fff- f :--.A. Said watch has, the :common" plain face,'

l .ti,: could cost but a small, sum, com faction. In.1aro--clIrns 'the validity ofwliich .. with the day: of the month hand, the'face

Lust btkt: ., pared will*'the great local and,?national are doubtful \ should advocate the -"' Bias/cs. a little broken on ttie end side,- Also, ,.

LL: advantages'to besecured. .'In ''IL national passage .of such law; i 'was 'enacted'for, .. common key thereto: attadiedrr;. h' cvef

& late persons indebted to Abncr Go* point, jof Wit isIrnostiniposaibIeto! Missouri and Arkansas, referring them foriiec3ion Articles" : will:return lesn. Co the:undersijj >d,
l Innkeeper of Pensacola, whose estirnte.its' importkiuu would give to the'courts ofthe United States Shipping. first house. 'Capt._Allen's: or to Mr.
&ubel nd acctmnt8 are in the bands of the in time of withan'appaItij that. exalte :Tribunal "-
u> ,udtUtioual security wP4i1i: : CotIng.XtanifeatS, John,White; 'Clock, and ,VVatc inuker;
scrber"are i informed that he,has or- arid"iWw the incidental!! : : I the :Supreme'(Court of the navon. ; before shall receive reunn' ble'rew.LJ'd andnd

;ro put insuifaU- which are not\ mi.cuuittjy .'. transpoliatiOn.Ils! 'a little remarkablethat .1 !which they,must ultimately.come for final Slkvb- Jftanifests and questions asked. !

I Paid. .. during, e' J late contest jwi.th Eng; adjuilcationsftery? ars-of delay 'ahc Bills: of Lading; Edward Riad.Pcnsati ;; ..
T. sustained louses in vexation, both to the and: the
L. TwitchelL bod the Ohitcdf States government '
'
sale tlijs Office
Jn. Uansportttion, sufficient to :1Iimanta,. r. for at Jant' ht/18Z5 40 4
Peracola, 18, 182$., 44-3t the item.. .

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; I Jc.1tlnl
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rortin'd cclr' Caravanfrom : FQrublisMngcshe
WtA'EI Sent' '
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>Pcr on Lie 1st January 1825 which; if J _
.r 0 ,, oDelzmi
: ,8..41TfNt.1;] I. E-'TIONS 'U KcYore, and arc now open 0' ,'cf.Flariia .' "
'4 \ of b'.U- rlE'1. lt hot,.taken, out within three months, 0
: '.J'vr restcls bondinto PcntatrJa.fl.f ng, H handsome assortment goods T01l A Weekly
.7 I::' SSI coming fim-t1it' lUistwanl t,i<.tt to the season, viz : *. 0 will be, forwarded to the General I Newspaper,

t.;l I:i 'T'shot Id keep in 7 fathoms water until if1 ] ack'a;ic5 fine cutlery, knives, scisJI mDI J'osi'Ofiice as dead letters. TO :tE ENTITLED, TZI1Xri1ft

o "- the:' Li 'lt House! beais by i) ? sol.s'& .. and plated vrarcs, I
; Compass e.b
? Book-Store. A.-Samuel Geo.\V. Alien
t. sale al ilic i'ensacou Ayres, .
: calfBro- For Int
casesGanlher's boots tine
;4. ,'" w. wl: en tIlt') "' can stand in for the bar 31st 1824 l\igtne
J. Dec ,
Monsieur
.
.,_ in.til: ;in :>:l ft'Hmlt;. which i q the haI est pvnsjind ladies' slippers --* Angelurci.B. 0 .
v.it )',t-n the barit low yMcr, with the 7 cases:men's and bo's hats, asserted: Mtrtantitc 4dverl er. .Henry M.Bracktnridge, F. I N so1icitin lie patronage of a. tene-

v." I J'y; lit, !fh :<: i ir.jr: s bw.. \fier arriving n 1 case ilanriels, kerseys and t fellings, Mtdile I W. Brady/ Thomas W. hrowt.e rous public m the lamhibfe design of, 0
I il'e 1 case stout knit Hall liesc, nttts &. capS, 0 PIUPEU'rUS.'I diffusinsr:: local 1 and gcherallntelWnr -
Ktj above directions ?
tie
; :i Tecably o .
j .4. 3 'cloths and irnercs, a.ssoited, Wm. Bryan, John Branch, Thos.Bracily mongthe citizens of this A V? *
'. cases c : young
until the
4 \ (Ii' 'd" 1 -lien steer > w. s. w. Jtlret user, hav- ant 11011.
J 1 mixed and blue auinetts, assorted Mobile .Mercantile llbcri B. Bradshuw. mhing Territory, the Editor
L I' ('t'4' < f'ct Urs.1 Island hears J:. by s. and case THE been (liscoiiiinucd by its late diffidence and, emb f'.el that
: i the 1 J.t HoiiK'v. wl.encucan rrnssmcntJ ,vhJdi
;: vf C.-French Consul Spanish a1.
the undersigned purposes attend the
it 1 sti'cr fur 'it' I.;glit until. ; w:thin the Island, 4 cases'adv made clcthing,.supcrfine proprietor, ; ways commencement,of
d the of ai otherf.nper Consul J. N. :: Jacob Chase every,
I blue black and coloured coats, do. commencing publication ox, enterprise, the termination of whfcW '
vl h ,
haul) into the
>
cn w i can is ;in-
up pnssngeand has been
blue under the same Utle. lie Clemrnts Eunice Carter I. volvcd in the uncertainties
,
mixed do. Benjamin of
4 1 ,t" (-r f'rthe hay free danger. I frock coats, military fuinritv._
llie :.thun" directions arc aj'j.j.cable forI black and coloured cloth and cass' induced to the measure bthe \\aim :solicitations : Edward Campbell, Joseph Yet, feeling! solicitous to be, useful to the
> ot
'
of citizens
Wlm do. silk, HInD) respectable coAimuiuty, they avail
J I: t. larpe vr-sMs cominjr Iron tinwestwardMith mere pantaloons sattinett of Mobile and the neighboringtowns Cetteles, themselves of the
' ". 1 the that toilinett! antI cassime'-e vests, &c. &c the City present auspicious period, in the i iof in
1 xccption, they need notIcecp
and will/ the first numberso D.-John L.
publish and
a new
can.bncs ; Doggett Joseph
::V1c. ;in more than 5 ffthoms watci. 3 cages fancy goods, prints, growing country, to s 1 cit
'j 1 Small vessels drawing not more than 14 ,,, fancy robes, linen cr mbrie. cravats, soon as he shall be justified: by a sufficient -! Dunlap, \"a.ItCJ Davit the patronage and support of the citizens

". '., feet can Ui'srg: the light to bear ?.,1 'W..J fine Irish linens boi! 'iazvttcs, gen- '1 he}mtruuaJ u'ibiy ;of('.such establishments! in a I E.-Madman Easton, John Ed- of the interior and to a News-Paper, the iJ m.

.:. ntdtt: -cr: for it in the n' :ht t'r.til: within ;i tlenien's' ftshr.t1chlel'Ta"at: : t ncr wealth portanec utility ofu-laicb.. if \lO erJ,
.t : liaMum/:! it. where the* can anchor worked robesLadies'silk bags, bkickstocks : city akmg rapid tides in and wards. conducted, no one will be dlspcised .

1 ,'.'ith MI) .ft *hore wii.d I'ulir': .hey haveafair Jtc. See. C0i..n.erciti ca .sequence, is sutticicntly F.-James Fulton, Benj. Foscue, question.The .

:!, .t wiijid; lll'cn ",-tt'('r l. I.'I 3 bales low price shirtings, willch tested t b) tlK pju-alle.cd have throughout cnxuuuu.niifvisiaijcis the J &. D. Fulton. ,. ., resources of this delightful) seetin".

:iIcitLrel !;x 't. IfiaIaiul, where they 1 case good quills, oi tile country, Its contiguity to the- Gujf- &&
Un.on. 1 l ls: Cit) is (.(,' tlncli at-no distant l H.-(iad. Humphreys Lewis C. of Mexico
r4 : can :aiiclini ;in a good harbovr until thttW AMI and to A fine back
,*; a variety of ot* g'oods: in store, such as (.tV to rva* m con.mti uian.)' ot her elncr II utSUS, Morrison Hunger, Levi Georgia, as also its central 81tuatiorf country Of
;
c : 'I lie ('hb';-t dectss.. V.\ ;" &! the .floolt blankets, nr j shoes, wool hats, cotton spiels ot uillcl time AtiaiiUc be Mules.connected lid Herring, JoscphV.llaH.! spire the pleasing expectation, that it will in.

y. t.; v.li'.ch; "hruld! be r:,ufulohscned: cards &c. traiisactiOis ncces.ty become a place of considei able
1 by all vessels) coming in, :i-. tfi! <: <.b'will :ro:1th! 1824. with ihe Cu.h.ei'ce oi Ie .ucssee:: and J.-\V m. Joiner, James Johnson tance, as;well as the centre of refinement impor.
? pal)' of Virgin.u. Sic ulrectd} coininantU 2. and Florida.'fhie )
-iion
4 cariv } (" k tlie' cunci's' shoal and the science in .

I L1 Hood; se s diicilly). in :\tr the middle a ciiiis'.r.iuie i p rtiou oi tHC traue ot K.-Michael Kencdy alias 0'- FLORIDA LTrsLiiGExcxR
\ IS I.jlIpj ; and she is ill I'.i&J tile SOIL i isdeslra..
STUll lid. Toiice. ed to be a vehicle of local and
.l Donelly
uepotaiut einponuin of lIl(.' coinmercc oriJie general .
A. \". Ilniriilton formation, and accessible
'AialHth 1 fariiier Juul the me.-chan I I4j1 to all !
,. ; !...Abiel (J Luprz, Joseph R. who
ASr-1 2\v ( fJ//t-c/Gr I tf\ LL: persons hav.ng accounts open tie mlckior, liicretorcruiii iuck to \al- may be desirous ot discussing tonS

fc'": with the subscribers, are desired: to teije ot uiToi matioii on subjects: "L'\\it.) Sf Lane, Captain Linc, n, Lodge No. of a public' nature, or of comrounicaxL.scientific ; : .

jl ,\S'-'OTH"Eo : come furs1.ard and close the san
delay Those having: claims against tlie 1 o the n.ciiiiaiit UIKI tradesman of l the M. (; Miller Hilt all personal andinvidious disputatjevery .
: { -Capt. to. 3 James
>: !.N '- j1et CL oJ the d l( zith of the! l.tc ', : of attack
Jt Vr.: .r ,! T. ,h" hasbcci.ir.i! firm, will plca&c present them for pa\- cly, tne .ulat'(l'lI.'C'I' \\ Iii\, &> it feels! its ex- :Miles Join diversity: on private clai
: n s ( .t llC : ment.V.'e. : Metheney, Leroy May, ractcr shuil be suppressed.This .
[ < ,
htclt&c rc.- ts o.i tin.m,dc\ole a share
I-i !business ; u-Jj-
4- ccsn t lf' up-the;; if; the f rmif John l'I'CuH.hYilIiam
.1. ''J11'1.l'i; & ( o.U> :. fin.il clove as have on hand a considerable assortment ut its cokaiiiis li of mU.i<:UJCllt.-1I a \eiahoit Die Philip M'Rar James M'Kin-i man or to subserve the of
, f,:;rfc' : -cat.: 'I h it P.:!;: TOKI. ail j umc proprietor purposes a fac.
iL ciiubiett; to ., Monsieur lt.'l'ort elite. tiun, to laud one or depreciate. _
ney another.
: nay
; tIll M' ( i.U! t<; t'C C I ". Ill :,1(' mtlf.cd j Dry Goods puu.isli papCl.till''C
tf 4.-11 t.j-< ,; wMVi ;tfl(. close ilieir! :.ccoun1s: I j tiiiitsavcejvand u acourt 'cd L Las N.-John Ntitlt's, 2. The fVeimgs of every individual, from: the

iui 1 l.,. tjjsx :is ;t )loiter :w'.ugeicc.! tictd ( rocrries, iie nopes: he may be, will make theiavcrttt humblest to the mo t exalted, should be

Ml:; I h, v |I' c'e i. 1- ei':-ort. h:1\I.s.; : cu ms IInrthYtl'e. & Cutlery >er..t aJJ jjaj/er O.-Officer C.-nimanding at I inv.oia.tq and secure. And the Press

ri!., LIl I !c {..".h ,\\>: 1 be paid l on present- In poutics, ti \lojile Aleraintila AI- Tampa; Bay, 2, '1 ho mas Ornian.P. while under our control, shall never bf:
; Quccirs. Glass Stone & deluded to the
> "1 i iig: the' ::. ;: t \ nL.el": waiL Ill:.HI' be prostituted to the .-Wm. PJnckne John sacrilegious purposed
+ ; 'I. )hesi: d): :: hand coit..isting of Dry- Tin! Ware, b. ne purposes oi :\ party or Lci lou. The 2. > Page, i .il1\': ding moral and religious sentiments.!,

:;, : (:clt::. i,: {' t ,t,( i 't.-., tlu.\\d'l': 11&t'| ( ute public J.v t.l111 be its |.oicirslur.: Its co- I r or com cited to an engine domestic ds.:
: ttr.Tvii .}. l J": (,loh.-. :-'tOl'\1' dT'ii ware, which will ho sold% rrrv low for cash onlv.Ja. Ltflht.S \\ 111 uevtrilielcs-i: be open tu the R Munsieur La Rua, DanielLe ] ,I, cord amj" internal diss llti.on. Its politicks

-. p l Ic.: :oid: :. .i un..1 (4v1'rtIce on j/rl1ne; ]5. Selhy & Co. temperate discussion ot ti.e opiiuolis and I Roy & Co. Thomas Russ 2, I I"m" ;j'I and WilL be JiepuaJjcan: while the asperitiei

*w:: C(In. :eift .,.111" L"');"'.1' CoI' 1'l"fJt't'" cmJlJ1'aetl Pcnsacob,25th Scpt. 1824 20.TALLAHASSEE! principles of all parties1.: Peisonal( cu-' \\; Ring, James Robertson Jno. J' 'lull"recrminaions| of parties, as tar as s.-
will
be avoided.:
: ,
,,
4 4 J"'I'fJ :.t I( t,.: ."' I _('.'.\ :-. lumnv will find no place m its c.oiunns.A. n us dJ. <:)

'" Joiin Jirriscn J I1JH.. Touching the great question \vh.cli now The pres, type and paper, will be

t : I tig.tutcs the! public mind, the crisis ut i S.-N.tthun Shack,-lford, JohnS immediately conveyed to Tallahassee,

" .:, ," ', 'Iff'lt..lcn'. the LcJiccrn.Mi Capital of flo\.i \\inch it will be settled) is so near at hand, :aw, \". m. F. Steefe Simpson r;. ; ..' ; n.tI ,
. 4' .1:1 u \ ; I\. I !'; :>.-4i>-3I'ttil \\. ._ that the publication of the
-J __ ___. _" t IL missioncrs the publisher: has determined on entering Sluitlt, Alexr. Scott, jr. YVilliam paper commenced,
l.'CII Itanact
: under
I I appointed as soon asa sufficient! number of
the l'sts no fart her than to I subscri
1! : :% EW YOJiK, r) ofthe Governor and Council; IIul' 1 I. give cur- SdJ'c. 0 bers are obtained which it is '
t .... j rency to such productions, whether select ; hoped and
\ f J4 THE! fjst s.ilui.u: Brig first the Territory of Florida, will] on tht'l I or i rigiiiaas; way be considered able im- 1 .George E. Tingle.! expected will be in the month of Nov't.CON

" : 1 #i.!Lt- (/J.: CLAIIt. ('apt. Jalton) to sail in tile Monday of April next proceed to sell pal'tvi, u'itnout faxoror prejudice to any. W.-Se force Williams Alexr. LJ 1'1'ION S.
,
z t : principal
; to the highest! bidder
\ (.u or about the 3. t lthullallfltXt. quare \\ ;iih tiiese; views and determination I .
:' : an earnest \
.. orthilu Fi.oniDA
r ; J ,hn' the h.U of Tallahassee ; the plan of t: lon, \" iHianl Wright, The INTELLIGENCER be
; freight of 100 hales) cotion or ,
to make his the
journal repositoj -
; LI .' which!. embraces one hundred and sixty II Isaac Wells, John D. published on a large royal sheet at Free
: i: ; iji{; icgant!; 1eCUflIIliatoflS j of'e\t'l')' thn.g! : that is useful or interesting Wyatt, Wm. *
;1 ,11 fez ,C V't r fi\e passcngci-s, apply to the I :tcn s of land, and will be submuted on the publisHer! throws! himself on the Wsskon.PensacoJa.. J. Dollars per annum,payable in advance. .

t f 3 ( tj.'t:. ",, $ tine & K'sbi-i: orA. application and on the nays i of sale, for the favor and of his fellow-citizens.! : It is necessary that this rule be invariably
information of purchasers. '1 he termspK indulg-cr.ce !)<"*. 31 J. 1824. complied \ jth. and it is hoped, that ah
L
t'; : IL. Allen. JOHN FJ'J ZGERALD.Publsh"d '
< .. .. -nbcd h\ said act, are six j.er cent llobt. Mkchcll who sign,.will I consider its importance.
t... .. : I-.1 __._ .ft n "-:>- ...;- : ad,alh. 'u Cst oi each lot : the residue ever}' VI ednestlay and Saturday Advertisements will be inserted at one

( ', in three tqual. am.ual iiisialmenls, tlJd I Postmaster. dolUr for the first publication of ev r/-

t, ;. f' .' /iu'0v Oil viv-York.. the 101S and individual sci-int) held bound iljf::: Subscription Eight Dollars per annum -. -- -, .-- twelve lines cr under, each subsequent

) .7: .' -.i" (H, b.,;L- in suns to butt jiurchaserSj:; for the: pa\u.ei.u, on the completion of paxable semi-aunually in advance PENSACOLAJUST insertion fifty cents.

' t. uy Inch, titles w ill be made to the rt spec- j Persons wsiing! to sunscnbc to' the aIbovc Any person subscribing and paying"for

;p. :; Stoc & Nisbi't. tive owners. p: 111:1)1 loped. paper \questtcLto lliID.t 1 five copies,shall eceive the sixth gratis*

..; j 1 Jan. 1 1 t.' ,. tS Tallahassee is situated about nineteen t f *It ;.\ e their names at the office ">f the Pen Ul.mB9 Editors arc requested to insert: tnl$

:it' :_ ':! ._ ': ___ mites north! lfSt. Marks near three na"i.I :S aC.ha Ca'tte, where several of t..e first L received per schooner Caravan -Prospectus in their respective papersandto :

f .1 Hliiun's Panacea.stiliMriber gable) streams, in a fine fertile country, I I1tJuJJl'rS; (ii'the Mobile Mlrcantlleh'cr from New-York, an addition tone ais"st us in obtainingpatronage.. Our.,

1T1: E h.tving o.covcrcd the growing sugarcane and sea-island i l cotton, ,.1 tiser may be seen. .0".. t former supply of books, among which friends genera!.!}, will confer a favor by

l'?' p..:., ( :; r.posilion of XVMt i''ft>rtttetl and watered by a nc\l'a' failing stream and -- re the following : forwarding the names subscribers with*

i ; Jz.Jlic. nile springs) \ifovuaioiVvulciV.. :->t. Ht>n"no* Well, AA* author IV out delay. 0
.'r-I ti has nnw a supply (1:& ;::ir.(i fir of av!rlyt
4 :.i" I ,.' has reduced the pncircm S3 Pu hlic l1uilc in.s. 1). DAVKXPOlirieft: His:: I BidilJP,;f d 's Medical Practice, (O: i'leane direct for the present toth1s'*".

;I' ;r 40{ 1h S b 50, eriy: 1: tttdOleI'( S1jritulile The Commissioiifis will he GhOKUK"; or titteen tnozuhs sinc,,'. I I i niiikl.n'H Join-no) to the Polar Seas,,' place,or to Tallahassee *.

t't ; All ciStales ip.stitutu-rsiinlie Unittd e Ct1 e proposals, prepared after tot and is supposed if living, to be in tin Ilajji IJaba'rf Adventures, 0 0 Gordon, Crane & ,Go.Pensacoia .
immediately the
1t ,1\: atis. id the poor will be suppled gmof sale of the lots ci Tallahassee, for:the e-I'j :State of Alabama. should he see this \ahlo's_ a lleros,.Iroseb a_Poet, 13th October, 18.24.Territory ';'
% 1 Nm"'st., ( rs Musi-inn, ftaiem \\itciicratt .
he .
to -
I !(-CtIOfl of one wing ol the :advertisement' is requested coinniunicate .
public btiill-
. '!.t; :> ... Ifih k1'zc71s the principal' C'tiesand' I .tis, .o be f fdurable with his brother J. 1). Du\cnport, 'oieman's Anecdotes, of Florida, 0 t
t materials. Persons i : ?
!\\J.jJ toI !o' \ ill ::ppo'ntan:: agent, to nukr and who ma be : t the office ')f the PehsacoU Gazelle, Kgan's: porting Anecdotes,
) disposed to undertake County Coiafs
.';.,1.. ''.,. (tVistt.bi. tlib ii.c.ie..nc tot'ie poor, it vviii considerable importance, would do a work'i, |viul an} person knowing any tiling: Concerning ,.I'egII1"s Chesterfield, 2 vols.l.harlotte's County-of Cscambia,
J' : '. be sinTi. lcd..Niedicinc.is: Letters to 'Vll'terIIlInlornort's ,
the saul
1'" to attend. A plan will be submitted lor.J: : George -Davenport: ; October Tern, 1824.
"* i s ceichrd 1 1 for tie! the information of those iIlIC'f"H- : will confer a great favor b} giving information h new collection of Anecdotes, motion of Adam Gordon f 0
,t cult ,., Iliit lollowut .' : p' rsolls i I. Le Sage's Devil\ on Two ticks ON -qu11't'Acting'
foabcs .-Scroula ed as above. Attornev for
aid
.. none need apph, who not' the Territory of
,
may
:.f'il-:"'f 01 L.ncilu.i.t. ',, ."l'nl. ..Ice,:.'((. <.!' ptiM'iU soicrheumatic be. enabled give sat'is ftctory security L:/' i'tilTERSin; the State of A tubamu La PC'lI'UUSc'S( )age,LivingPlays 3 1:018.l' Florida, ORDERED, That a Rule be ,entered
tl11'.1,. HI tillllliil'C' to the above few ('\, Hob 111 so 11 Crusoe, ,
i.f aUec'ions. for tile faithful performance of his Con- arc requested give a against the defaulting Grand and
'
tluSl ins diseases. \\h'lA L : s'\t11.ng ar.ci tract. 1 insertions and llie-favor will be reciprocatccl ( ill Hip's SpecchS, 'I'tIer's Elements, Petit Jnrors, to appear at the next: term of

t" ; :1 .i... ; CI tl'bonesand, .til! ca... s 'gtne-: Robert Butler I t when ail ojiportumt) ofi'ers.Pcnsucola Tales, of Mv Landlord, 3d Series, tiiis Court, and shew cause if
ic t: laiij. ,,} al. u'ct ) 9 Scott's Lacioftne Lake. any they
roil-* clIlr;.th' ;'1:<1 euroasts ; December 24th, 18VJ4.ouidiy : ,_ ha\ey why they should not be fined for
t t' ,I i 1UC d I :.11ted j-fneJ-aii\. arsjing in (h' li.ta rj41 lU! .LI.&I Fcun, [ 1 I Walker's Three Spaniards, 2 voh. their said default ; the Grand Juroia-in'
: t mi; sUiuiion-,, but irfore 1 HutKVs Farmer's Manual
'I 1
cbpiciulUI'lMis ,
the of
frUII, : Ambrose ( rne, ) BLANK BOOKS.U8T I. sum Fifteen DoVars each, and the
: or alit'ct.cnv Ihirf ttarbauld's LCSSOJIS h
anwi.i; tj>: coa--ed plates, Petit Jurors in the
L jhJII 1' 4ICil s 'iic : Tallahassee. Dec. 18th, 18343-.1-Sin. 1 ; received, for sale at the Pensaco sum of Ten Dollars
-. .I ."...,., .,J. I. in... hirn.mule..-*,. a( QJ la I? *ok Store, leppings Kv'>ninA"s Kntertainmcnty, each. And i: is further Ordered, That a
''' .iui 'ut'aUHU UISl'a t: uwv;>is copy rule be h
JUI.S"- published
\ 1I i:) 1I1'i L ('\ use nl- rcuu'. .....c, TcHAS ;,\\ }SCilMk A lew Ledgers, Locke's &. Bacon's Es ):., : the Pcnbaco'.a' Gazette, six weeks succes.

3 l k' \'H.mi tLITJJi.i'I'v.S 111 di I?'ct.scsct 1.1 tie 'ivr. just received from New Oilcans Day Books, I Hotlb on's LtHcrs, Linnet Song Book,- sively. A true Cop from the liecotf,
I
Life of
Franklin!
Schooner Washington'* Life, Attest,
'
1 have Angelina,
Journals
vs.th.u
r'a- the last, two years, had ft"F: \ bbls. ( iriciniati"hiskcv, Watson's :S'hilip 2d and Jd, 21:0S. J olin Miller
Clk.
> h I..UI"L) (.t fee! '( .i.g{ 5t;\eral cases::; UJ / )vLJ 20 do. 1st qualit'OrleansSub'ar Letter Books andChildren's (llawes Life of Newton_ Putnam's Life; ,
vcr\ ) I I':u jute ulcis ,
which, huting resisted 14 do. molasses: !Bonaparte's Life, by W. Hasell Hunt D, c..
;1c.'ou! the Copy Books. ,
>iy regular modes of
: 15 do Louisville Aslk-y's Cooper's Lectures, NTov 26lh
. steam mill flour 4-38-tf.
\reatm -itt, were healed b\' the use of Mr '\\T. Hasell Fcrricr's;< Meu-cal: i
; J t I [' 5 do. best prime pork, Hunt.Oct. Histories, .
-
do '
0
\\.i.I' S wid
]1''C 8, J ( bclidve from
1: 25 boxes mould candles 30th 1824.. MLurav's Materiu Meilica,
,
.1' ,
f I 1La' ,
\\j.at
\( st'eu, that it v.'ill STONE &VISBfiT
prove antcmedj
Plullips
4 'f iU'JhlJ'l .. 9 quarter bbls buckwheat meal, on Indigestion, ,
: in scrofulus
: venerial
&
,
't.l Jiificuri.ilPiysic thues.: 5 kegs salmon, f Baudelocque's Midwifery, Have received per Schr. Embletn,frOm
t, ,'. I K / J d:>. tobacco, aJCcgTO JSlan: Toller's Law of Executors, and Tom Shields. from

I t "j: : CHAPMAN, M: I): 6 boxes Flinn's cider, U(;An OWL& CRKAM BLickstone's Commentaries 4 vols. New-Orleans.
Prajtr oft Institutes AS1LVKR
I. i'f '.t: at Utuwtity au'JJ'acjce of 100 do Cologne water : much battered and bro: Bishop Home on the P&uins, rp.1'Rbis.. flour ofsnpcrior qualhjV: .1

J of Jeniftylva: For sale! at his ken. The is Marshal's FrienJ's Family, &c. &c. &c. 100
r ; : 1 hl 't' uiiplojcd the 'panacea or \ store corner Palafox and owner requested to call, do. Whiskey,
); \r.tn Intcndencia street. and whicH, SO kegs Lard
r ': SWUI numerous instances ,; prove property, pay expenses take ,
t i! 'c i:. last: lhvv: leans and have always, found rhrl the in F. Pasquier. the articles. together with the stock heretofore on I 10 firkins butter,

4 ); I!'t: oMu .i,ch. .H'Cacious, in Jan 2tl, 1825 -44 tf F. Bouquet. hand, composes! very extensive and general 50 bags coffee,
" i cspecia.iy secrndoy assortment of bOQks, and will be I 30 sacks
: : Liverpool ground salt,
syphilis aiidnscrcurialdtscase. I have Nov. 19th. 1824 38-tf ,
sold at the v-Yrk .'
.1 1' DO s/wiumtii c prices for ,cash. 5 kegs tobacco,
pronouncing ita medicine, -
; '"' i NOTICE.DURING Country Merchants and public or private
; : ; of inestimable value. ALSO,
:FOR NEW-YORK.
: '.I .. Libraries furnished on the most liberal I [ 20 packages domestic and strip**
: J I \\'. my absence from Pensacchi] plaids
f ,' :11; JJ Ginsory, M. n. U. HUNT is and I THE well known substantial terms, and such books as are ordered and,L.[ shirtings, linens and a variety of other'artides
rofti sor offiurgrry in the my agent
; J'4'I" University attorney' in fact JB schooner Hazard, Capt. has ate not on hand, will be procured with as I I 1 : *hi '11 with their former stock, will

r r1' of l'nm.'!}[T'Il7"a, JOHN M1LLEU.i 1 I .. kim,to sail on or about the 18th; little delay as possible. Orders from a I be found superior to any assortment ever II I

::j i ;iiJ;! (,' 11 litbiilcln1ii.i1Vh.; JOHN. 17.1 IIKN H23 131am Ctemist.liII. .' 4 _.i, ..J, ,- -tf. I .--- jnst. For passage only, having distance will be,as promptly attended to, 1 1a'ud | offered in this market. .. .
0 meet with the
; I ', & good accommodations apply to same liberality as a', December 3d, 1824..
i. i; -
N. Fersaleat Smith and PcarsalPs Nicr personal application. 0
.t:. crrKac Third and Market Streets. .t tj.iL'S SALE. 1'. 11. Allen. -

I :j 1 publisher of a newspaper in the ". *Xlarja(Malta, lix'tx of the last") \V. Hasell Hunt. in1ontttiouVauiit: ',

:' nited j\,tatcs,is requested to ptthhiQh inis will.and testament of Jaymc Lost or Stolen July 29lp 1824.
... NEWTON left the house;
; 1i : advertisement once a month for one year Uarcelo, deceased. JOSEPH of-
the abov schooner LONG subscriber in the summer
: ) and se Id thc r accounts for payment. V.. FROM a
4 hi -- L Francisco G. Arroyo and Francisco 22 feet long, painted upper \V. HASELL HUNT, 0 t'1823, and descended the rivers Ohio and '

Jlf'Ur.f and fMlanlPTlfali'ees tie JontesExecutotsof works nnd varnished bottom. Any person WILL draw deeds bills of sale,, Mississippi to New Orleans, from whichhe
4 who may find the said boat will besuitabl'I'cwal'dcd'by -of pow L went.to Pensacola in West 'Florida! ;
I }Francisco Caso Y IAICII O attorney, bonds &c. in the
!{
:I deceased and Francisco delivering itt the most approved forms anti attend 4"no further information been receive*
Ca- ,
.
to'anY'
r1 \ImQ pmll Y sole heir. Captain. other writing which be' I 1 from him. SaidJoseplois about.lS )'e* *
@mt so Luehgo, 0 may committed to r
virtue'of an execution in this case I f Jan., 7th. 1825.-44-tf. him, with promptness and i and of agelight complexion, rather beIO'ThtIdIing' _
accuracy
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1 })uJPIUfTOII of the Linnocan Wotanlc BY I; shall proceed to sell at PUBLIC :, on .reasonable, terms ; his "situ \tlon in r stature and stout built. JP0

; (jiarden,near New-York, offers to the AUCTION, on the first in Mail Arrangement.UE the clerk's'ofiice 'renders an ever will communicate any intelligencerl' .
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L1 4 j publuf hii i usual very extensive collection \\\\m\ concerning him, whether he,be fivinjrdead
)March next, in front of the Court 1 louse convenient for those who be '
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4 er %, '' :!k% Of Fruit and Orn !t.t>ntal in this city between the hours of 10 A.Mr ),. on Thursday ats0 A. M. ,about to execute any instrument of writ to, Col.John Vawtcr, P. Mat..V::-

"" -I': JTe?:Tree*, Flowering Shrubs and and 2P. M. Closes on Friday at 1 P. M. ting which is to bcr: col'qel. ,n.on. Jennings, County la.., or to the i? Ii...

. : I &A1j7 Plants, Hulhous Flower roots, I libbert: ; Mitchell. scriber\vill, confer a 1asting0ob1jtt0ullori
:: The Lot, & Buildings his much 'afflicflil \1i o.
, ; and near one thousand species ;. .: Post Master. parents
; Ureicn House Plants -among which are, I! N( 283, Pensacola- ,Jan. 7th, 182544BLANKS. :- OL\) 1lj1\: ., : since the depart reof their son JoIk* "

the Olive, the Cinnamon, the Coffee, the :: u oiIntendenciisteetInthie.C City ,.. U anted fhefollowmg'.Pafiers. have buried his elder brotherJoseph 0

Green and Ilobca Tea, the Black Pepper, of PensacoU, containing 80feet .fronton ; ',. Newton( ,

&c. &c. Catalogues of which may be said street,bv 170 feetldeep.Benj. : Articles .rJfillE( FLORiDIAN ,(by'Jno. :Fitzgerald Vernon, Indiana, pct.-SO,1824. -
seen by! calling on the Editor,of tins paper Shipping I 4JL & Co.) os50 and 52., 0 : 0 ,., ..

r dgent for the Proprietor, who will Wyman/.D. :M. > Coasting' Manifests, The rensacbiaGazette'ana West '.Flo JOB "WFtlNOlNG. .

; 'forward promptly ,any order:* left ,will! for \\ m. Hebree.M. "w. I F. ''i fills Slave! of Manifests and rida Advertiser;'Nbs. 1, 2. and34., Ap.: cukd: with'n nfness' an
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Oct. 24-33-'tf. .
: Nor 30tU 1824- 39-Iara4m, For sale at this Office.- *. ..
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Nov.27th, 1834. (despatch at this Office. rol r'7

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