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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 29, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
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General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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KTERT SAttIRDLT.BYW.llASELL: ,i between. 'the Potomac and 'the.O-.,about by,.the: humane\ and "perse- made and- .others are sj :-- -_- ii.1 :t

: HUNT, hio. Considerable progress has : vering; policy ofthe Government ;. th'ere't which it,is Relieved' contemplated will have : they sh. l ldbtiV in, a' gt'De. 4j.spirit. Y

\\KDITOR PROPRIETOR been made in It, but the survey and, particularly, by mean -of the I,a very'aalutar/erfect/'' ". .-* 'Under these impressions, ,

jpuftftt for of the JLawt if the United Sletth cannot be completed until the next appropriation for the chilizatiofc j On the Pacific our .[I invite j'blirattentjon t!) the sub. .,, I "

Subscription Five dollars a year in ad' season. It is gratifying: to add, of the Indians. There hare been I has much commerce I ject with a"ew' that, regarding
Advertisements inserted *!' (TheDollar increased and on the 'his very important services
vajice. for twelvb lines under for from Jhe view already Uken, that established, un !er the provisions coast j as'weiraa 'uu d.... ct loss.
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every a the
the first insertion-each subsequent insep there.Is good-cause to-telieve, that of this act thirty-two schods, containing : U 4'b tates have many impor- es, and sacrifices, a provision may .

tiou ? ft)' (;eit1 this: great national object may be nine. hundred and jixteen tant interests which require .attention which urr"1 shall? and' tendered ?o him, :

Single l .papers twelve and abalfcents.1sih311t's ... fully accomplished. scholars, who are well instuctedin :. and protectto It is thoughtthat sentiments, and h'-ctnond be, I ,V..KV with the .,' + :

It is contemplated to commence I several' branches of litc&ture, all the considerations! which character oftheAnaricanpeopn.: the

r '\eBBag early in the next season, th<* exe and likewise in agriculture and suggested the expediency oi pla
In turning i'o'the '
attention
la, cution of the other branch of the ordinary arts of life., cing a squadron on that sea, ope our .
(Cenrlmkrm our ) condition of the civilized world
The Military Establishment, in Act that which relates to roads, Under the appropriation b authorize rate with augmented force, for which the United Statts havV, in

and with the ot"a tteaties with the Cteeks it there least in always -
all its branches, in the performance survey route maintaining at equal -
I taken a deep interest it ,
of the various duties assign from this City through the Southern and Quapaw Indians, commision : extent. to see how isgratifying .,,..'"-,.,-.- 1
large
cd to; each, justifies the favorablt States to New-Orleans, the ers have been appointed, and negotiations : For detailed information respecting of it is blessed with u ucrrtion .. "

view which was presented of the importance of which.cannot be too are now pending;. !but : the state of our maratime The ohly wars' which now peac-, exist- .f. 1!

efficiency of its organization, at highly estimated. AH he officers the result is not yet known. force, on each sea, the improvement within that limit, are those between

the last session. All the appropriations ,,01" both the Corps of Engineers, For more full information respecting -: necessary to be made on ei* 'Turkey and Greece in Eu* :

have been I who could be spared from other the principle which has ther, in the organization the '
regularly applied i n* rope, and between Spain and the
to the objects intended by : services, have been employed in been adopted for carrying inlo.ef- val establishment generally, and new Governments. neighbors 4

Congress ; and, so far as the disbursements exploring and surveying routes fect the act of Congress authorizing of the laws for is better go'ern.menl in this hemisphere. In both these* .

have been made, the for canals. To digest a plan for surveys, with plans and tsti- I refer you to the report of wars, thtc use' of independence 1

accounts have been rendered and both objects, for the great purposes mates for canals and roads, anJ on the Secretary of the Navy, whichis of liberty and humanity continues

settled, without loss to the public. specified,. will require a thorough every,other branch of duty incident herewith communicattd. to prevail. The-success of Greece : 4,
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The condition of the army itself knowledge of every Part of to the Department of \% ar, I The revenue of the Post Office when the relative population of J it'tls '
our Union, and of the relation of refer: you to the Report of the Se .
as relates to the officers and men. Do|uritucnt has received a considerable the contending parties is consider '
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each; to the u tiers and of hi! !
part cretary.
in acicncvAUd IS ; -
tliooipIitiB
higlllyrespectable. augmentation ill the ed, commands our admiration and
The Academy to the seat of the General Govern The squadron in the Mediterranean present ( ;
Military! year. The current receipt I applause, and that it has had similar
a -U
o'n' which the Army essentially ment. For such a digest! it will has been minuintr in the will exceed the expenditures, although -I effect with the neighboring

rests, and to which it is much be necessary that the information s ent which was proposed in tin-
the transportation of f the PUW.TS, is oln ious. The
be full, minute and precise. Witha Hcnort of the Secretary, of tht. Navy fettling
indebted for this of :
,, state improvement & -- mali, within thu has been ol"the hole civilized '
--i;; isairci.ed ; ;:; year, world is excited
vic.w' of
has: attained, in coenpa'risbnwhh to these important object, the last year, much increased. A report of the in a high degree, in their la- ..
I submit to the consideration of to the
out' commerce
institution of necessary
any other a Postmaster Gcnt'l aihich is your Mawe not
hope these .
life kind of Congress the propriety of enlarging I protection in that ea. Apprehending '. ,
? a high degree perfec transmitted, will furnish it. detail, sentiments, winning the hearts I
tion. : Experience, however, has both the corps of Engineers, however, mat the unfriendly U.e necessary infonnaiion respecting -. of their respective Govern-ueuts
the Military and Topographical.It relations which have
shown that the dispersed conditionof ex- the administration
and may.tend to a more decisive \\
tnecorps| Qf Artillery, is unfavorable need scarcely be remarked, that ibtec between Algiers, ai.u bou.c ol of this Department. presentslate suit ? that they produce re.an n i
n-ay
the more extensively thtse corpsare : cue 'uWt:1S of Europe, might be
:'ID of that i Important '
discipline! : In accord them. .
to
conformity with a resolution among replace
in the
branch of the Es- engaged impiovemeni extended to us, ii ha* aen tnougiuexpedient t.
Military : of Congress of the last session Greece on the ground! which she "
of their in the execution an
tabhshmenU Td this inconvenience country, : to augment the iorce
:remedy '
,. formerly held which
imitation and
herheiojc
to
was given to General
of the of and in .
there
eleven powers Congress, an.i: in cottbequence, me '
companieshave ; La Fayftte to visit the United I exertion*, at this day, so e*
been assembled at the fortification aid of f the States, in such improvements "* rsorth-Caiohna"a ship of the. .
Stales minen'ly entitle her ? .
with an assurance that a. )
erected al Oh! Point Comfort as lie beyond that limit, nee, has oeen pt pare.!, and willbcui -.

as school for Artillery instruction when such aid is desired, the happier : in a lew dus to join it. ship ofwar should attend at any With rt'SDct. / '- "c cOltrstto
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the efFect will be in The port France which he might designate whk'- 'gnborsare a puny,
with intention : many lurceetiiplLrea in the Gulf itls Idt'lIt
as they t'\
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to receive and *- .! as a ...
views oL'whkh the is cOllvey pow- .:
shall |)e perfected in te various subject sus Mexico, aud in the neighboring .. ,ievrr it er IS scarcely felin 'It. .,
across the 1 Atlantic I These
duties of thai servicr, to order ceptible. By profiting by their seas, for the suppression of Piracy -: continent fur him, tr.might new sta.h's.had 't

them to other posts, and to supply, science:: the works will always be _has likewise been preserved He be declined the offirr oi the ,, l l their: indepeudnce CUrnph.tly achieve .. :
sail. heHite
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their places with other companies well executed ; and by giving to essentially in the state ir. which it public ship, from motives of delilong acknowledged: 1 be. th* _.Li.iStatAtiauacnat -_; -

for instruction in like manner.-In I the officers such employment, our was
this mode, a complete knowledge I Union will derive all the advantage. s ve.!! iJ&5pl1salmenl: of that object, intendedand would certainly tamed it, with little forr'lfcn' pres ',
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.{ the:6ci: r. 411U *JUL1 .." n t' ...... ih &.-Me' is'cter-ic s, which much protection has thereby visit our Union, in the course o'f t sure. The disturhai-ces ,whichhave : .

will be extended throughout : the piesent year. In las in certain ;,.lIs "
arm, ; they can afford. In this mode alto been afforded to our commerce, arrived August appeared port .
tne whole corps artillery.. .But I the Military will be incorporated but still the practice is far from he at t'\Y-TU'-7 .nFtc he of that vast territory, Ua\e uro- "
received
was with the warmth oi
this fully into effect vPtfr4.fium internal wllich
to canty object causes,
with Civil, and unfounded being suppressed. From }
the everyview .
affection and gratitude to which had their '
Will require the aid of Congress ori1 ;ti. heJr forn.ergovernments. "' I
and i jurloub'dhtinctions and prejudices which has been taken of the
-obtain; which the sub his very'important and uistic- ., and have. n \-'r..t.. ,
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i kind be done it is that it \Viil beue..a'ssary : ,
of
A-
subject
every thought services and .
sacrifices in been
submitted to con-! guished thoroughly removed. It i.
jectis now your
To the cl themselves, rather to thanto .
rps augment '
'sideration.Ol i way. our Revolutionary struggle, so eminently manifest th..t these causes are daily
thisservice cannot fail to be e- diminish our force in that quar- j
the which has been I entitled him. A curresp losing their effect and that
progress quails useful, since, by the know ter. 'I'here is reason to believe .. seutiment these
has since ben Slates
made in the construction _of fottificalious nding new are settling duwn f .
for the de- ledge they would thus acquire, that tile piracies now complainedof manifested in his favor thro tijjhout; under government elective and
permanent M.
they would be eminently better are committed by Bands of of Union and in .
fcnceofour: maratime frontier ac- every portion our repiesentttlive every branch, similar j
1 in tne event of war, for Robbers ho inhabit the land\ and
,
:" : the 9 decided on, qualified, : affectionate invitations have been to our own. In this course' .
cording: to plan the great purposes for whicn tney who, by preserving good intelligence him extend his visits wish : -
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and to1:the extent of the existing given to we ardently them to pt;'se :,..

appropriations, the Report of the weir instituted.Our with the towns, and seizing them. To these he has yield d all vereundera firm conviction that' ,


relations with the Indian favorable opportunities, rush forth the accommodation in his it will iheir <
Secretary of War, which is herewitu. power. promote happiness- 'i i., .
communicated, will give a tribes within our limits, have not and fall on unprotected merchant At every designated point of rendezvous : in this their career, nowever, we ?

detailed account. Their final completion -. been materially changed duringthe .i vessels, of which they make an the whole population of I I II have not interfered, believing that. ,

cannot fail to give great year. The hoslile disposition easy prey. The pillage thus taken, the neighboring country has been every people have a, ria.ht to institute .- j

additional security to that frontier, evinced by certain tribes on the they carry to their lurking places, assembled to greet him, among for: thnnselves the govertN t

and to diminish, proportionably<< Missouri during the last year still and dispose afterwards at prices whom it has excited, in a peculiar men', which in their judgnvnt,

the cxpence of defending it: in the continues, and has extended in tending
event of war. some degree to those 0:1 the Upper population. This combination is behold the surviving members oi is before lhen, of the good effect _

The provisions in the several Mississippi and the Upper understood to be of great extern, our Revolutionary contest, civil of which, being our neighbors, '

2f"'t nf Con !r.'ss., of the last sessionIbrtheirnprovemcflt Lakes. Several parties of our citizens I and is the more to he>> deprecated and military, who had shared with they are competentjudgc's, and to _

,--'- ---0- -- of the have been plundered and because the crime of piracy is often him in the toils and dangers of their judge!: ent-vie leave it, lit the _

navigation ,of the Mississippi and murdered !by those tribes. In order attended wih the murder of the war, many of them in a decre- expectation that other powers will -

the Ohio, of the harbor of Presqu'- to establish relations of fritn. the crews, these robbers, knowing, pid slate. A more interested spec- pursue the same policy. The.?

isle, on Lake Erie, and the repairof I ship with them, Congress at the if any survive, their lurking places tacle, it is believed, was never wit- deep interest which we take in

the Plymouth Beach, are in a I :ast session made an appropl' aI would be exposed, and they be nessed, because none could be theIr indrp(ndent-e, which we have .

of regular execution ; and I tiLl for treaties with them, and for caught and punished. That this founded on purer principles-none acknowledged, and in their enjoyment

course of suitable Military atrocious should be carried of all the incident '
is reason to beiirve, that the the employment a practice proceed from higher or more disinterested -' rights

there in each instance, escort to accompany and attend to"-such extent, is cause of equal motives. That the feelings thereto, especially in the very im- _
appropriation
to the oojt'cl.- I the Commissioners, at the surprise and regret. It is pre- of those who had fought and portant one of in litltinght"ir _
vill IK
adequate fully ;places appointed for the negoti- sumed that it must. be attributed bled with him in a common cause, own governments, has been declar-
To improvements
carry taese ations. This object has not been 10 the relaxed and feeble state of should have been much excited, edt and is known to the world.'

into fleet, the superintendance to officers ctr Gied. The seasn was too far the local Government, since it is was natural. There -re, however, Separated as we are from Europe .
,of them been assigned
has of I advanced when the appropriation not doubted, from the high cha- circumstance attending these interviews by the Allantlc.Ocean. we can .

of the Corps Eigineers.Under was wade, and the distance too ractcrofthe Governor of Cubawhois which pervaded the have no concern in the wars of the
the act of the 30th Aprillast 1 .
the President 10 great to permit it, but measures well known and much respectedhere whole community, and touched European Governments in the

authorizing be made, with have been taken, and all the preparations that, if he had the power, he the breasts of every age, even the causes which'produce them.-The .
to
cause the a survey and estimates will be completed, to accomplish would probably suppress it.- youngest among us. There was balance of power between them, ,

of' necessary plans and canals, as he it at an early period in \Vhether these robbers should be not an individual present, who had into whatever scale it may turn in : ,
such roads
national impoi- the' next season. pursued: on the land, the local authorities not some relative who had parta-' its various vibrations,. .cannot_ affect
deemof
might commercial or military Believing that the hostility of be made responsible for ken in these scenes, nor aiD infant ,us* It IV. the. :interest 'of the

tancc, in a for the ihe.tribes, particularly on the Upper these atrocities, or any other measure who had not heard the relation of' United States, preservethe. most
ot'view transpur-
point or
Board has been Mississippi and the Lakes, is be, resorted to, to suppress them. But the circumstance friendly tions with'evert 'pow'"' _
Ution of the mail, a felt,.and crnd.r ...cl ti.nI.. I.-Cq''t- -. 3".
consideration ,
submitted the sensibly .
the them, is to which was most ,
i"wttu'ted' of two distinguished in no, small degree owing: to ,
: consisting h brought forcibly .' applicable to all. But in regard ..:.'
of Congress. which pewetiCe
carried betweenthe
of'Lfl warstwhich, on
are
: of the Corps
officers to our neighbors our situation < :-
the recollectionot, was
Ci- tribes residing in that quarter, In execution of the laws for the to
ersta.nd distinguished : different It .
a which we were is impossible !
i of the slave trade, a the great cause .n" V
been taken ,
\11' l Engineer, with assistants, who rneasurcshave to bring suppression .the blessings whichwe for the European ,Government to }i
them vessel ,has been occasionally sent engagedand
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in about a general peace among
have been actively employed, from success? interfere in their
of have derived our concerns especially -
the'coast >
will from that squadron
into effect the ooject of'the which, if successful, not only for independence in'those, alluded which (
to
tarrying tend ,to the security of our citizens Africa, with orders to return. in it. The struggle was ...,.::".
act. They have carefully ex- and I liberty, public and are vital* "without ,affecting us ;- : "
but be of .advantage to thence by the usual track of the .
the I'o- ,, great : indeed the motive which- mi
Mninerl' the route uelween. seize of our personal, and'in-. this we succeed. ; btinduce'
between the .Indians themselves.vVVith' slave ships'andJo any in the ......
tonaci'and Ohio rivers ; :with4.one who, such interference ,
ledi 'The meeting
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,. .!... the exception the tubeslefenrd vessels which might be engaged .. ,
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't the latter am! T.nke Erie : btwcen had borne so Uistmgnisnea a panin present state ot ,the war between ,
with all in that trade. Ihru.have, bet'nlfound ; .
the ; :;'dthesu'squehan to, our relations the if .if : be .
I Alleghany is believed that that great straggle, ,and from' parties, a -frar roaj fj
friendly and it ,
the :
on same ,
nah { jand '.,fic routes be.tvveen the the others, are affords thus employed. It is ; such;lofty, and, disinterested, mo;.. 'calred,J, would :lappeacJjrJie"equally :

})tla ate and Rariton, Barnstableand satisfaction footIgafld to add it that me they, great, ,are none well .known..ae however, that '-the,! lives, could I not,_fail to' ,affect,.. pro.foudleie1ryifld.iVidI'afld '.. .I applicable to Us.JMtortfyingfto [| Kbwerawitir ; IIIF
n| zzard' $ Bay, and between I '. : of every kaow 'that 8QfiM 111
civilization trade still exists under oitier-jiags. .
advances in ,
H\tori. Harbor and Naragauset making steady ofilteicqtditwn.Iat1y The health of our squadron,I ageJtjs ,natural that ,we.should -vhom we enflffjffftiendly .'

l1ay Such portion of the, corps. and( : improvement'of the. tribes_ whileat" Thbmsonts, Island, ,has:I ,:',ali takeia... deepinterest, in. :inteftoorse, :and i.ivhoM these '.." t

f Topograpliical| ,Engineers, assouldjbe been much,'better during the .present -! his:future welfare.,:as'weclo.; His views havebeen commjuncfted*' 1lll
; spared from the SUt't'YOIthecuast 'havei already n***:.gr at' progress ,': ." claims-on' 'Qnton'ar. : felt,I have, appeared to, aCqMucfe* ifl
life, ,IbiidceirablCrC5U1t than it.'was the last reason. high! .. .. BW 0
civtlized fli
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in tlie'arts. sentiment universal that: .hcm# "c ; "
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ias. been emplo'edin:: Some improvements have been and the .' .
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Ij ", that their given
":('.-'' ,J' l' i' of between our western Slates I made to the People' ; and spirit with} which the \winners last the jury,, itt the case oRfforkevs I
course o
:... The augmentation our of population outUnion and Territories; and..the Pacific, !voice be heard, and ,promptly being: have invited the whole crew ,of the .,, the Corporation: expansion
: 1' with Jhe residing beyed. Both Governments entertainment, ton, gave.averdict of
Aj :It: I number til and our trade with the tribes 'good, frigate Hussar_ an 85,000, and
increased > '
i. 't Mi 1 t and havi effects incertain I Ilot. in the interior, on each side : instituted fat the common, while .and also the liberal' feeling which interestjfrom March '1823. (The I .
.t t States, produced I cannot Tail to prosper din- plaintiff.hel1aHcket in
I of the Rocky mountain, would ,be we has recommended the public the Grand
I branches of ours'st m, them<< are atten-
made
t.: ;t To those who ; he to National Lottery which drew
merit1 the attention oT Con- essentially promoted. carry of their ner that is about to given ihft
.{:" ''T which into effect the tive to the conduct representatives ll .r&'is.- prize of.$'01),000, subject deduction
commander Capt. a
appropriation ,
this object her
" ... ..,. on-ss.. Some, of our arrangements A_ and control their mea of
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I' sum, 10 ft done moreby his percent which the
*,..' '1; i .particularly Judiciary Establishment of an adequate In the pursuit 01 tnese He has probably
tl tnadc with 1 aI' authorize the employment of a sures. frank and generous deportment on Corporation refused to pay. Thc '$\'
spirit,
T" I :, were. lei' a general
} thirteen Stales frigate, with an officer of the corpsof great objects, beindulged this occasion to produce a cordial Attorney-General: of the U. S. and .11
and
4 view to the priginal I vievs feelings
'i national
, } I Since then the United Engineers, to explore the mouth and lee. recollect feeling toward his nation, than"all Mr. Swann5for plaintift..GenWalter .-
I' ,} t I only. of the Columbia river and the coast : and every part the commanders in her Navy, Jones for defendants.
vast -
t L States have: acquired a ettnt-1 cierishmg that spirit
.. : j I cf lerrlmaIcven new States contiguous thereto Sc to enable the that, by the conditionof put together, that have visited the I Alexandria paper.A .

.t't.. }; i have been delimited into the tfnlon : Executive to make such establishment ,the and others improving, h what relates to waters of the United States for five destructive epidemic has lately

4 ,.11": j j andTerritdries have been }laid off: at the most suitable, point, is their welfare, hc general interest I andtwen:) years past.Id.Family made its appearance among the

! for three uu r be promoted,
i also will not only
"i:, be admitted at no distant is thought that attention is reciprocated, by General La Fayetle has one son them by a swelling,in the'ht"ad

;1'1 'If f! day. An organization of the Supreme due to the improvement of this local advantage and two daughters: the son, Geo. and throat ; the comb turns black,
all
!r Court which assigns to theJudges citv. The communication betweenthe this Washington La Fayetle is noAv in and they become blind.. And while
: conclude commu-
:: I and in various I cannot
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buildings, under the influence of the
of the duties public the are disorder
daughters -
this
portion
4 any nicalpn, the last of the kind whichI country ;
I and the groundsxuuund
" I which the inferior, requiiing other *-* antI Madame their smell is very offensive.
to
f belong without Madame Maubourg,
I It those it. shut have to make, re-
,, buildings, require
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I their over 50 This disorder is not discernable
,, :I'Y:: passing"-...,,-itfltL1Ofl fthr '., It is presumed also, that the completion colhctingo"i'.h great sensibility LasteynieMrs. '
J a space, under any heartfelt gratitude, the many Maubourg has 3 daughters in poultry sent. lo market, when ,
from the Tiber and
to 4. 'tlit muy now be mate, of the canal "
killed and dressed before
, t Sa' *" Mrs. Brigode, Misses Louise they lose7much
I would of the public confidence, ;
-not impracticable in the execu- to the Eastern Branch, insunces flesh unless it
be
and may
Jenny Maubourg.Mrs. by
s I render it for have t'ffect.-Great andthe generous support which
salutary
lion, must impossible a very their smell. It
has 3 daughters; nauseous canno.t
: dutirs of cither exertions hate been made and I hive.received from my fellow-cit- Lasteynie
> r ,, them) to discharge the, expenses fail of unwholesome
and being
Melanie
\ I with named Paulina, one very
; in the various trusts
' I
:i brancjuvith advantage to the4i incurred by the citizens, in izeis
food. The best
remedy which.I
of Supreme of various kinds wlich I have been honored-Haviiif son named Jules.
: Union. The duties the improvements ;
.. : -r Court would be of great importance but those which are suggested belong commenced my service in ear- George Washington La Fayettehas have found is scalded Indian meal,

:1: : : I if the decisions were exclusively to the Government lyyouth, and continued it since_ three daugters, named Nato-' mixed with floui of sulphur, in
: : !
( lia Matilda and Clementina ; and such,quantities as to purge them
intervals I have ,
;( confined IQ the ordinary limits of, or are of a nature to require will few and short :
well. A Farmer.
; I I is their witnessed: the difficulties to two sons named Oscar and Ed- -
it
r other tribunals ; but when expenditures beyond rr ()ur- great I
.. : considered that this court decides, I ces. The public lots which are wlich our Union has been exposed, mond. Kipa bay, JVov.26, 1824.FORE1G .

;-y I and in the last resoit, on all the I still for site, would, it is not ard admired the virtue and courage Mrs. Brigode has two daughters, .". -

, 1, I great questions which are under doubted l, be more than adequate to with which they were sur- Gt>orgiana and Gabriella. .

' 'of*-, I our Constitution 4 involving those I these purposes. mounted. From the present prosperous These all reside at the hospitable From the J\ -w-Yorlc Jller. davertj8er

*. I between :J Ie| United States individually From the view above presented, and happy state, I derivea mansion of La' Grange, and From, Colombia.-By the Trim

if between the States and the I it is manifest, that the situation of gratification which I cannot ex : we are informed, are dependant mer from La Guayra, we haVe received .-'

. the in the That these :I for their support on the limited! income Caracas to the Isth
';: United Slates, and between the United States is ,highest : press. blessings may papers

:: f latter and foreign powers, too degree prosperous and h lppy- : be preserved and perpetuated will of that farm.-Georgian. of December. The Captain reports -

: high un estimate of their importance There is no object! which, as a I be the object of my fervent and unceasing A friend has called our attention that on the 13th two men

t cannot l be formed. The people, we can desire, which we prayers to the Supreme to the following article, inserted \\ere shot, and on the 18th, 18 o-

";. great inte:e ts of the nation seem do not possess, or which is not Ruler of the Universe. inthe Centinel of May 29, thers were 'couaemneoTforbeen h ving

.4 to require, that the Judges of the within our reach Blessed with JAMES MONROE. 1793 :- concerned in an insurrection;

: Supreme ..Court should be exempt governments the happiest which 1lraahingon, December, 1, 1824 Illustrious rETTEIt! isunfoltunate but we find nothing in the papers

. J.: world with dis.. for thee that the Castle relative the circumstance.Gen. .
cd from /every other duty, than the ever knew, no to

- ;)1 those which are incident to that tinct orders in society, or divided : il)() UEST1C. of Spandau is not situated as Paez the Intendant, had

:i "high trust. The organization of the interests in any portion of the vast -----=..:::.-=-'- near to Boston as the Bastile wasto declared the department of Vene-V:

: inferior court would, of course, beadapted I I Territory over wnich their:omi- I Florida Light-Houset. Au- ParisIt would soon meet I zuela under martial law, and called
; I last the' contractor for the with the same fate ; and the free- "
1 againsta
to circumstance's. It IS''tiion extends, we have every motive gust on the'inhabitants to arm

: ':: I presumed that such an one might j!: lo cling together which can lie-ht-houses at Cape Florida and born sons of Columbia would glory'in government wearing hostileat. *

: be foriel(I, as would secure an aMe I animate a virtuous and enlightened the Dry Tortugaa, sailed from Boston releasing: thee from a dis- titude towards us.We knoW'not

; and faithful discharge of their duties '1 people. The great object is to with materials for tnese graceful confinement. If fortune to what this alludes, unless I i it

:,. and without any material aug- : preserve those blessings, and to works ; but since then nothinghas should again smile upon thee, come be an expected ck from Fiance,

: nicntatio'n of exp( pse,. hand them down to the latest pos- been heard from him or the and live among a grateful oftte, which, was receIystated'to have

'i The condition of the Aborigines terity. Our experience ought to vessel. Supposing it to !be lost, who know how to estimate thy virtues -i been threatened in, consequence of

within our limits, and especially satisfy us, that our progress, under with the persons on board the andwho will render the remainder -' an alledged insult. to 'the-French

:, IA..O who are within the limits off the most correct and provident bondsmen of Mr. Lincoln have of thy life pleasing and -s1 J ..

:. any ol l the < ._,,.4t merits likewise !, policyj; will not be exempt from obtained from the Government an honorableBoston Centinel. .' I: flThe'first monthly packet from

particular attention '--r-rrience danger.' Our institutions form anl extension of time for completingthe At a Circuit Court held in this ': England, arrived at La Guayra

M, has shown, that unless the trn',, 1 nnortant" : epoch in the l history cithe contracts, till the first of June village last week, the Hon. William the 4th December.The .

be civilized, they can never be 1- 11 ciy-H world], On lnejrpre.scrvaiion.and next, ar.d will themselves completethem. A. Duer presiding :- ; papers contain accounts
; puratrd inlo our system, in any I the civil suits the
coi in ulr ulmobt purity i Among cause from Bogota to the 24th of October -

-4; .. form whatever. It has likewise I every thing will depend Extending The Collector here is directedto of David B. Lent vs. Charles Butler but no later official intelligence -

,- I t "-shown that' in 'the regular augtnrmatnnj I as our interests do, to every meet the contractors and select I for slander, was highly inter- of the situation of the Liberating -
: orom population, with .. I J V.' aLII4U.'jii .
'
pal""r .. }
.a The trial lasted
'J the extension of oar settlements !1 and to every sea, to wmclrofff Vlizcns ?- t b't fl. ,FOKcc.--. -L'I .:-.r. f esting. nearlyLu& Army in Peru, than the 27thofAutrut..when
;' : the Cherokee nation .have -- ,: sixty-five witnesses in the
their situation will become dcplo-j l ; are carried by their industry given were swornpana r-a Bolivar was

;, : raole, if their extinction is not I I and enierprize ; lo which they are publicity a paper in which they propriate charge from Judge P1'fIIP-Du neiguborhood of HUt* a, and it_

:..... I menaced. Some well digested plan inyi'poJ UJ llie wants of others, and state, that after deep and solemn er, the jury retired, and returned i was expected would'enter: the

which will! rescue them from ui.n I I have a right to go, we must either reflection, they have unanimously with verdict of five hundred dol- place that day,

; calamities ic: due lo the11' rights, I|i protect them in the enjoyment. of resolved, not to sell or exchangeone lars damage and costs of suit for, The Colombiano of Dec. 8th, "; I II I

to tHC rights of humanity, and to i their. rights, or abandon them, in foot of land belonging to them. the plaintiff. contains the following article., II I

,i? the" honor of the nation. Their ci- certain events, to W'4sie and deso They assign, as reasons for this I Poughkcefisie Telegraph. By 'letters from Bogota of the II

i\ '" vilizalion is indispensable to their f lation. Our attitude is highly interesting that their numbers have.grcatly A New York paptr: mentions, 6th of October, .ve have receiveda I

4 safety ; and ibis can be accomplished I as relates 10 other powers increased of late years, and that that President Monroe ;Confirmation: of the intelligence

only by degrees The I and particularly to our southern they are fast progressing in the future to reside in that purposesin city, and published in, our 81st number

.,- process mus.1 commence with the I neighbors. \Ve have duties : arts and civilization. In proof of is negotiating for the of which is :follows :-
; infant Stale, through whom some I to with this thai purchase "* The Chilian squadron has
perform respect to all, to they state, during the last one of the marble houses in Bond- -
; efiVctmav' bi wrought on thc pa I which we must be faithful. To every year, 30,000 yards of cloth had street. captured the Spanish'line of battleship '
rental. DifficultIes of the most t>>- kind of manufactured Asia,"'and of war ;r!
) I danger we should pay been by those onlyof On the 14th inst. the Legislature a brig t
iou* character present themselves i the most vigilant and unceasingattention their tribe, who inhabit the of the State Maryland proceeding from Spain. .

i > to the 1"-:attainment of this very desirable ; remove the cause when banks of the Coosa and Tallapoosa. ceeded to the election of Governor pro- Our squadron entered the pott

result, on the territory in practicable, and be Drepared to It expected that this sub- for the ensuing a No .I of Callao, burnt the frigate Cc-
\ year. "
which they now reside. To remove meet it when inevitable. ject will occupy the attention of son was nominated in oppositionto per- res, and captured seven other

ki bem from it by force, even Against foreign danger the policy the next Congress-.N: Y. E. Post. Samuel Stevensthe, Go- vessels. ,#

\Vi'.h a-view: to theIr own securityand of the Government seems to Judge Amberson of Pt'nnsylva. vernor, who accordingly present declared Six hundred horses, which the
was -
happiness, would be revolting be already settled The events of : nia, has lately shifted hs place to be elected and enemy possessed in the neighborhood -

to I humanity, and utterly unjustifiable. the late war admonshed: us to : from the bench to the bar of jus one o'clock duly he at of Lima, have fallen into our
was qualified as t
9 I Between the limits of ou rpreStIU make our maritime frontier impregnable tice. He was charged with having such, in.presence of both branches hands.t In consequence of these
States
the !Rocky Mountains and Territories and Mexico and :I by a well digested chainof stolen a small quantity of putty of the Legislature. :. Int. disasters, the Spaniards have evacuated -

'" foriifirations, and to give efficient which was lying on the work Norfolk, Dec. Lima. '.
there I is a vast Territory, to which 13..Capt.Vil
protection to board of from The Peruvian campaign may be
our commerce, a neighbor, whomhe from Florida
cox informs that
?r they might be invited,with inducement by augmenting our borrowed on said to be concluded, since a happy
w } which be .Navy to a certain a paint brush. The his Dassat. 'e., he, was snnlcpn Nnv..
might successful. n -- -- --- -
r.- "-
extent ; which has been stead- Judge, in his defence, remarked r commencement must produce a
It is thought, if that 16th, bya boat belonging to the
Territory thy pursued, and which it incumbent that he favorable issue."
is only took what he
was U. S. i
chr. Terrier
should i;e divided into districts Lt. Paine, and
by
upon us to complete, as soon convinced his neighbor would received \From the Savannah Georgian.
' Id previous agreement with the as circumstances will In have him had information from her officer Latest from Engla'tld.Thesales
permit. he
given
" if '. tribes: ,now residing there, and civil the event of war, it is on the maritime sent. But he ,was indicted been pre- that she 1 had five days before 0 ,cotton last week, (says the
.: C governments be established in. frontier arraigned recaptured from the pirates, and 26thNovember
that Liverpool Mercury of the
we shall be tried
and
as- It
it,', each, with schools for i convicted of had then in co. the French
branch ship
; every sailed. It is in that quarter, there- the theft He had sustained ,) amounted to 26,556
t. of instruction in literature and the tore an Calypso, with a cargo of 10,000 bales which t
that we should be preparedto irreproachable character for. we believe, is. nearly
ii arts of civilized life that more bags of coffee, and was going with
all the the
j
meet the attack. It largest disposed
is than ever
there forty A quantity
r years. new trial has I'
her
tribes to
now within our limits might : I lat whole Thompson's Island. The of in orie
our force will be called been granted to him. week. The reguharand I
:4T! gradually be drawn there. The Lno action, to prevent the destruction 'Aquatic SJlort.-An pirates captured in the ship, sta- extensive demand for this article* :
execution of this interesting ted, that of the of r I
plan would necessarily of part crew the shows increased4
our towns, and the desolation match took place Jn New-York 'i hat there is an I
French shi had
: be. attended jumped
with ovcrbord
{ expense and pillage of the inteiior. To Ilarboton Thursday last consumption of our manufactures;
betweena
when she
:, and that not inconsiderablt was taken, and that the I
. but I is doubled ; give full effect tn 'his policy, great Beat of the British, Brig Hussar, remainder had been and thjs improvement, we suppose
it, whether sent adrift in
.. devised any othercun -I I improvements will be indispensa & one belonging *o and manned by her boat. is principal!)' to be. attributed to I

which woud: ble. Access to those works byevery the Boatmen of, \Vhileh all. The the shipments of manufaclu1goodsvhich
James
br lets liable to f at ijfdion: or Miller (the General of
practicable communication stake was g 1000 sid 'are tothenew
a ,the distance making
that
more1'!likely to succeed. name,) has received
from
; should! be made easy, and in every four miles. ,The American Boat the 1 States of South America.
President
1 looking to the interests which of the United States 1
: .. diiection. 1 he intercourse, also, won with ease, coming in about a'' the : Grc -1.he intelligence fro*

i "',;,"_ "'the United O. States_have on the. Paotfi between every part of our Union, quaiterof a mile ahead of the British. appointment Port of Salem.of Collector of the' Greece isof an extremely' gratify*
| aun. j"u4 t i the "e::;ie.lucoasli aUouia KH He has just been I
promoted and which
of this facilitated -Peters. Int. ing na ure. The accounts
r' continent chosen
the
, propri- by the exerclsruftriose a Representative from New ,re'a"'
powers: Oarfrtcnduin New-York we some time published
establishing ago
ety a military ; which appear Hampshirein the Nineteenth
; pos may comport with faithful Congress
a Turkish
to make the live td the
defeat of the
most-of
a thf mouth of I their
Columbia river, aquatic being at the time
p regard to the also Go-
, : or at some other point in that I our Consl1tutton.VJth great principles of .. victory : the winning boat was to vernor ot"the Territory of' Arkansas. and Egyptian' fleets, are fully con-

I ": qaarler, within our respect be paraded through the city- The firmed.It .
acknowledged ex
to internal of
acceptance this
causes: those Ad-
hibited
appointment Turkish
great that the
; limits/is submitted to the consideration during a day at Chatham appears
:I principles point out, with Garden creates vacancies therefore tile nt,
equalcertainty
and
of in the mil"al-Iha set sail from My
Congress. Our evening in both
was
commerce those "
the offices. "
[I; heries policy to be pursued. to make its first I for the of attacking -
a1
that I .
on sea, and appearance Judge : purpose
along upon of
Resting the Bay,
:l I thevaua joast,. lute much increased on people, as our Governments any stage, in an interlude.-Idem. has decided South-Carolina, i I mos a; second time. He wasbyth Imct,
do. State, and Jntinni. .. 1'htA.. .. .,.,_, __ ____ the question whether: drifel1
! are f ---- ----- ---- w i, .P P.t.... : I I Greek Admiral and
increasing. It is ? --" Aliens
luwiiij-maicn in
., thought with well defined it is of the arc liable to the performance "
powers harbor back )
' that -a military to oPNew-York for to Mytilene. Canaris pUf ,
post wnich a thousand of
, our the highest militia ;
ofcJtau : importance that they dollars, side duty. The in- hued :ihenj into the and ,stt
: ships a
; might reson, would between the ion of the Judge port .
1 severally keep within the limits boat'ofa British predicated iipon, jire to five six Turkish or E.
I a ordJ. aoD tu every= interest I ,frigate.'and a boat the or
,
.t principle "
prescribed to them. 01.th ,iex Loci s
fulfilling '
that
I and': encr to conciliatetwN& sacred belonging to"hheha'lI, (in;the ci- is, that Aliens : gyptian .frigates; and 'nrte.r\Y
1
duty it is of liable
I are TbC
I equal impor to perform
: the > : .. fi'htnorthwest: with : tyofNew-Yoikisan 'interesting militia completely dispersed them ;
tance that duty.
; the c.
', .whom our trade is extensive. It I II them movement' between, I occurrence, from the honorable Captain Pacha has arrived in the
; 114i*, be harmonious ; and in casts manner in which On the 3d instant, .Richard .1; :Dardanelles isslia' 'u'
it
; Ihflughualso, thai, by the was conducted having
ofany:
r: esta-j disagreement should any on both sides Manning was ,elecieL' Governor der his command but one ship
, ljIisSpent of such a post, the such and the reciproca and : fi
occur that Wiliam
a calm appeal be A. Bull"Lieutenant *
tion of the line five.pr
r
courtesies to which h has Governor I one friatcand; : eJ
South-Carolina* 4raii sports.' Acfiart of the,flee>
L 'r'lB.' .
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I ,
LI
Pacha of Egypt'has; gone to :,I Niagaratc understand,that the accounts 'aforesaid Porter as a public man, corn- in organized, the reply was in the : commission of the most atrocious
cine"
lhc which have l received. in of civilized -
the
: Greeks have been previously 4eer. manding naval force a affirmative
and ,
The ; an
Smyrna. the United, States, as to the stale of -m- : nation; and usa pr \individual, accord- : ,attempt was in our streets. I

5Ucce sful iii the operations cf the larm existing in the island of Ilayti are ing to the result of the facts we are about made to proceed to business bynominating As it respects. .the object oftie. ..ft'clock. ;

army% wc 1I 1 as of the.Navy. The :: much cxagerated. Military law,had not i to relate.' a person as one of the meeting: ,.so.far! .from its havi ngbeejntcn.c. : I;

campaign is now closed on the been declared: nor had the emigrants j Then follows aTkinutc'3.CCOUflt. of the Judges oi the said election. It ded s.in upressionof'ant confidence .;'*!. ;

rt of the turks, and letters from been compelled to do duty on their land.had ,. conduct of. Lieut. Platt and of Capt. Por- was objected to until the proceedings in our:'Delegate, it was called at the request '! -:
ing. No interruption consequence
Lnswntiniipte! of the 2lt October -! been experienced in the trade to France ; ter, with the letter of the latter to the Al which were had before 7 were of his political friends, and was explained I ..

represent the city as in the and it Gas'espt"ctcd that the negotiations calde (on whom much censure is passed read, This honorable few retUsed at theltime be merely for the

consternation. It is even would be i ifor his to have their
rcatest renewed. ptxsilanimity) and some extracts proceedings read purpose of .
.. expressing to him the wishes
'id: that the Greek fleet was at -k-------- I; from Vattel's. Laws of Nations ; giving a and insisted on proceeding to 'bu of the people which he-cotd¬ otherwise

the mouth pf the Dardanelles, and : tpm AfJ( AaIe |" colouri ng to the transaction much to the siness ; the majority would nh' be acquaint d "'iih"l' 'ivirfg{ been ,

had consequently cut off the necesrv : ... discredit of the Commodore. proceed unless they could be in. necessarily absent from Florida almost'eVt5ver *' 'j

supply of corn and provisi- i i SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1825. i I An order has been given that Captain formed what had been done, in as since his election.

for the apiIa1. The Turkish f Porter should return to Washington, much as it was intended to publish
Thus what
I "
Oils To Headers and COfTU oncknt-Hav. I represented by One
of
I
_n:.. totters. to. is base. without unnecessary delay, uhen the all that transpired that evening, as the'E.Jo.amily"
---- -
as "an
empu'spain.trhe ing heard some expressions of dissatisfac- electioneering
withdrawal of ,at the act'of the Citizens of Pensacola 4
I' matter will be investigated, and W(. doubt trick" of
I lionat the want variety inthe columns animated a "telectfcu, say. eight or tn," is
art of the French army frotnLain j not that if he has! acted "in violation of an debate ensued in shown to have been
of our two last numbers and feeling disposed a public meeting open
has ibeen determined on in I the rights of nations," he will be jrompt- which the infamy of the transaction ly held by upwards forty
to pay a proper respect to the opinions ,\ free republican .3
French: Council of Ministers, ly andjustly punished but on.the other was ably and manfully asserted citizens and
the of all of our friends, we think it not. ; ; unfortunaiely for Him, the
which the Spanish government I hand if he has with sufficient and by two of the most stable and
of |: cause manner in which the proceedings of the
been notified. Garrisons were improper to give our reasons for this fault. j,. in- a mannercauseo. the. nag- under. Wnt'lhv-_ _u. r_iliV..._*_ne.... .nf..._ tKo..... 1'>1-jr''''>"'u'__nil'' hate been ;
has proper meeting
publishc
For three mails eceived nas
i we i provedthe
to be left in Cadiz, Pampeluna, and scarcely i'l which he sails. to respected, he will re. would not do they would. not dis- incorrectness of of his fi* '
i any papers from which to extract news, cbse part statement t
other places; but the Charge ceive due what they had,done-It was '
reward
the to so gallant an explo.t
some d'Affaires was instructed to lell his I the packages from the North having fail. j I!'I and thehaughty, Porto Uicans will- thn moved that the hour of 7 had notwithstanding K>r its the pledge'hi has! given; j j;j'
ed almost without I correctness.
exception and the l.ar-
Vould in : j I jUt arrived that the !be j
the
Majesty, that troops 1 afforded I be caused to retract the bold languagethey meeting The friends of Coi. \vhite
i vest by the mail which arrived I declared are perfectly ...
beyond
tcrf'reV.uh matters not organized and that
no wav in i before last hold in their manifesto. willing rest his claims ..
our publication, was the only toh public
the circuit of the fortress r --a------ chairman presiding leave the ,1'ij

ihcv occupy. It is said that abundant one-the poverty of our establishment -: CULMMU.WICA TION. chair, this motiun prevailed by a confidence upon his character for intelligence .
may and integrity" :
prevented our though they ,
can
taking advantage
of this communication oIIL. large maj..rify and the chairman
the result of that ; we are not able to employ hands I not consent to the idea that any one can '
the immediate transmission To a friend to Justice alias Col. Mutes promptly decended to mingle with '*
-was enough to insert much matter after the have a superabundance" of these quali mrij.
of fresh proposition on the paruogeriBt.U the crowd,-a motion was then
some arrival ot the mail and ties, and though he have too muchhonesty"
may
we endeavor
: always smiling as these, .
of Ferdinand which was likely rouges madto appoint another chairman ...
part to it to Like rats oft bite the cords atwain to suit the of "
arrange so as give the most holy purposes some, O
and this carried ;
of the'1teiidcd loo
modification was by
end In a largemajority
10 a We know of in. honesty is the best "
no and
important news as early as possible, last employmrni policy, can never : .
the chairman .
of FrenchGovernment. new having :
the ; "
measures
week, however, having been favored with which we would not sooner en- injure the upright. We regret that ain J
: t
work than usual than that which seems to taken his seal it Was, moved system., nf,,.If''hnn i.i4n. It..a ". "'........____...
rather more we were gage ------ : ..w. .Uta3I.vIRvu
The Courier Fraucoise, under that it is inexpedient to call a ;tiihb : i
compelled to publish those articles whichwe delight the author of" a friend toJustice" this Ttrritotyj certainly is without t U
Madrid November 9, givesan meeting of the citiztns for the :
date: I had in type previous to the arrival of -detraction and misrepresentation precedent or parallel" and leave it to ji
of .a
account of arrangements making the mail. As to the charader of the es are faults, nay vices, purpose nominating persons to I an intelligent public to judge from what :,1 i
Government hold an election, the citizens having ., 1,
by the Spanish says, we can only say we regret the necessity at which every moral every honorable source it has commenced ; if any thing :
entire confidence in their dele f
10 preserve the public tranquillity for them, but we consider them mind: must nvolt ; come it which appears harsh comes from us, our IJJ j

when the: French army reures. such as the public are deeply interestedin in what shape it will ; but when it gate and that the meeting adjourn readers must recollect that it is our duty .1.j

The Journal I des Debats aparagraph and hold it to be one of the first dutiesof is resorted' for purposes of self which was carried by a very large to "advocate fair dealing" and to "expose. {i\i

which seems to confirm a free and independent press to "hold agramlizement, it.merrits and will majority-Thus the impositioh intended I a contrary course -wherever it is met." 1).1. }

the accounts! already published> in i/tf mirror tip to "'ce." it is the commiaeion receive a double share of public to be practiced upon the 1
this country, relative to the inten- gum! citizens of Florida hub been Since writing this article we have heinl 11!
and ;
crimes its reprobation contt."mpt-Whal!
by inhabitants and not the
,
tions of the Spanish Governmento detected and defeated. that there is now a gentleman in town, 'J
exposure of them, which is a disgrace to shall a man *eek to imposeuponthe whe dtclares he was in the room with l1

: attempt a new expedition a- a place. good sense oi' the people of Such are, the means by which gentleman, a resident- Tallahassee a, t; f

gainst South America. It talts We assure our readers that we use every Florida, by becoming his .own eulogist the friends of Joseph M. White when he \vrote the publication signed 'A. J1 jf :_1

a-. corns- of, 2000 men to be at Co- ;-will the independent voters I hope to recommend him to the Friend to Justice ;" and that he hat so :.
& exertion in to
runna, which is about to-be em- sheet so varied our as to power suit present taste we a ol thisi Territory elevate a man people of this Territory, ins'ead oi stated in the present e of seme, who have afterwards M1"-i 0ji'
every ; continued
barked for Cuba. Some disturbance and relying his character for intelligence crculatethefalshiood, 'J
office upon
tu a high responsible
know it is impossible to please: all, but lIultitWaSWfltteflbuCol.flhjte / /
appears to have occurred among because he vain-gloriously an- and integrity they leaveus
that will relax endeavors *
not cause us to our
; the soldier destined for this nounces himself under a fictitious, to infer that they believe he has r 4iro
to reasonable
please as,many as lire o'
service, in consequence of which I and candid. We must creep before we name as a gentleman; of distinguished not a superabundance these intrinsic -

many were taken into custody. can walk, and when subscriptions are talents and hapy elocu commodities and that a : t Or Peusacola.ENTERED. '
Desertions represented to have I little deceit :
are -*lifle fraud and
more numerous, advertisements more tion" or because he has the presumption -I a .
been frequent among their comrades I little political legerdemain will do .
frequentjob work plentier and to assume to himself the ti
who sought, but in vain, to payments honor originating all that the better than too ,much hont"s y. Jan 22.-Schr. Lady of the Lake, ... ''t" i
we shall be enabled to ,
obtain the liberation of those con: prompt multiply has "lIon sty is'the best policy" Banks, New-Orleans!, Cargo, corn and : _
journeymen enlarge our sheet, and present d legate accomplished fair is all floLlrtoj. Marcos Tio. !:-:
fined. dealing ask and
diminish our type, so as to serve up to our for this Territory.. The man is we we I 25 -Schr. Baztlisk, Perry, New-Or-
The Paris Etoile of>> the 10th ol shall i ; :
expose contrary course
diseased and would infect thecountry Jeans, 118 bbls. flour It It1
numerous and respectable guests a variegated Cargo ,_ 48 bbls. 1 ;
November sa's"Thc Spanish I wherever it is met. t
; bbls. beans .
pork. 15
20j bbls.
I and plentiful repast, worthy of the with the fever of his importance. whiliJuy
frigates, whose dt"parlurrfor A- I One of the -family.REMARKS. and 8 boxes soap to order.,
title of "a feast of I 'f1"fbl:
announced will reason and a flow of c'LJ/RED. f
mericahas:, been !
soul." -
sail these six \vct-ks. The Re- -j y
:giment not of the Union which:is des- Our correspondents oblige us, by commenced in, this Territory, One of the E- Fix/roVy.-Every sincere New-OrU'ans, Cargo, lumber a d..tb 1!* P.f

which is despiser hypocrisy and falsehood deer skins by Finlay and Kushton. !
for America is handing their communications early in certainly without prece- i1'
tined Spanish or 25. chr. of
the
Lady. Lake
the week, that they may not interfere den or parallel, It is not the intention cannot but be sorry to observe that this : New-Orleans ballast. Banks, I I j 4
ganizing. :
with the the mail. of the author this writer does not, regard his own maxim, i t
Portugal.-There: had been another news by of article tnt "attraction 26 -fechr. Angelina, Forsytb, New,Orleans 111 I '!
abortive at revolution (LTUur:: advertising tncnds are requested to recapitulate 10 the people'ofFlorida and misrepresentation are i 8 boxes; preserved meat by G C. ;I l!

attempt to let us hear from them more fre. the many important services FAULTS, naif TICKS, at which every MORAL, I Toe. .
the ...i 'U'
in instigated by .
Portugal | quentl, and we hope for an addition to rendered them by their present every IIOSOBABLE mind must revlt," 23Schr.[ Hazard, Haskell,New-York,. J T

partisans of Prince M iguel.-Having the number. Those who feel interested delegate, Gen. Call ; or to entertain had he practiced what lie preaches, we I i Cargo,j jltf bales cotton by Stone & Nisbetk ; IS" .i

been:suppressed,the kingwho, I I :* bales cotton and 91 cedar logs by "J
in the improvement of our Journal, will them with a history of what should have been saved the trouble of N. li.AllenrSchr. 1 ..
,
appears to be very popular, passed i contribute to it by lengthening our subscription the would be delegate, Col. White, writing this article, which is penned sole- ban. Auu>mov Roich, New Or'f';' "; "

over :tr-e occurrence as slightlyas listwith the names of those who has not done ; with the services of ly for the purpose of correcting the mis- leans, Cargo,4000 bricks by\ lt Captain. I :r r-

possible. will promptly comply with our conditions. the for mer the people are, familiar representations of his essay. Our readers .Schr1 Bazihsk, Perry, New Orleans, : ''i- ,

There is another talk of a Congress the good offices: of the latter will not however be surprised at its con Cargobricks bvJos Noriega. i 'j.: t

to be held at St. Petersburg.The Schr, Henrietta, Quigles, New-Onleans, :
| Relative to the late occurrence betwen are yet to be pel formed,-passing tents when we inform them,that it is writ :f :
is stated to be the consideration Cargo, 3000 feet lumber and 20 bales 1- : 'l'
object Com. Porter and the authorities of therefore ofa ten by the same hand which wrote the 1
of the affairs of Greece I Fajar- over the discrepancies cotton >y J. Marcos Tio, 28 hides and 1 : t; ,

I do, u town on the east coast of Porto Rico "Friend to JUsiic I shall briefly calumnies of Peter Alba. bundle copper, by 'inlay & Ruahton.SMLED. 10, ;

Spain, and South America. we have two accounts, one from the sketch: the outline of an electioneering As to" .4 Friend to Justice," to whom h El t

Algiers, had declared war a- Commodore himself and the other from trick attempted to be this communication is addressed, he is too Jan.', !.-U. S. Schr. Florida, Baker, ., .;;, ;
gainst Spain, and the S anishCommrrcf" the Tampa! Bay, via St. Mark, Cargo, military ::!
Spanish Authorities. Cora. P. the of this far off
to
says palmed upi>n people CIty answer immediately the small stores. if
that of :
particularly he was informed that Lieut. Platt of the a few evenings since,-for the part which relates to himself being a resident 26.Barge La Fayette, Lewis, Choc- ', : {
in :,
Cadiz is much harrassed consequence. ,.
Schr. Beagle, who visited F.ijardo in correctness 1lf the statement made at the Seat of Government ; still tawhatchie, Cargo 20 bbls. whiskey, 10 f

search of some goods supposed to have 1 honor bbU.sugar, 75 sacks salt, 75 pieces cast 4 '
pledge my and the testimony we leave it to his able pen to repel this .
The coasts o{ England and Ire- been ings, 5j coils bale rope, 6 pieces cottou : I '
deposited there by pirates, was Imprisoned oi' some forty ur fifty honest writer's fase! insinuations to that I
land, and of the Continent, have a- and ; passing bagging,5 kegs tobacco, 4 kegs nails, : s : I
I shamefully treated ; indignant and honorable citizens.A whi h relates of 5 bbls-j '
gain been visitedduring; the month part to the meeting the potatoes, lOW Ibs. iron, 5 bbls. : -
at this and other outrages.committed of Citizens of molasses, 40 boxes and 40 ,
November with disastrous meeting the 6th inst. in which we are ourself more immediately bbls. merchan'J;; "

. most by the authorities of Porto Rico, he pro. Pensacola \tas caJl'd at the Court concerned.By dize by N. H. Allen.-10 bales hay, 15 1 ,.,
gales of wind-the last occurredon I cecded'with bbls. sundri by U. S. Quarter I
a part of his officers, seamen house in this city some few days master.- !
the 23d, in which a great number and marines, tithe the request of Peter Alba, then 8 bbls sundries by \V. M. Read.-Passengers
ot where
port Fajardo,
since
and
of vessels were wrecked. finding 1 by public notice given Mayor of this City, we printed on the! A. Pringle and family and 20 negroes
preparations to fire them
on he
they were to assemble at o'clock
3Mr. )'. Fitzgerald was to proceed spiked the the morning of the 3d, some notices for a I ,
Spaniards '
guns having P. 1'1.The object of the -
early in the spring, to take Hed. The Commodore then landed I meeting I metting on the 6th at 7 o'clock P. M.-
witu was announced to be the appointment Custom House Pensacola,?
upon himself the duties of Minister 20.men and marched to the town, spiking -I of suitable to After these notices were printed, an act January 14th 1824. 5
to the United persons superintend of assassination was in ,
Plenipotentiary attempted our s.A1LINbDIREC'1
on the the of 10.sSI
way guns a small batte- an election which it.was in
States. I streets ; a large number of citizens, feeling !
IY. He'found their force drawn up on the contemplation to hold for the I For Vessels bound into Pensacola.

,A'deslructive fire took place in outskirts of the town, prepared for de I choice of suitable to be indignant at such an outrage cm the :!,' TFSELS coming from the Eastward!

Edinburgh on tne 15th November.It : fence, halted about pistol shot from them persons public peace, agreed to'meet at 6 o'clock jI j j ,f should keep in 7 fathoms water until -
recommended as members of the for the of of I th Light House bears by Compass .
>broke out ,about 10 o'clock, at purpose a public expression !j N
and sent a flag requiring them to make atonement next Legislative Council, a few of their 'entiments, which they did, to the J by w.|when they can stand in for the bar
the head ol the Old AssemblyClose
for the within hour. Until in fathoms
outrage one the friends of Col. While assembled 33 which is the shoal est -

High-street,in premises occupied They appeared, begged pardon of the officer by secret invitation at about number of FOUTT-TWO,and had it not been!: water(on the bar at low water, with the
for the shortness of the notice doubt I
Kirkwood the we j light bearing N.by w. After .
by Mr., engraver. who had been insulted, and six o'clock hour before the arriving
express
'
be one not this selectfew of the friends of Col. the bar agreeably to the above directions,
It was thought to extinguished -
ed great penitence ; they were then per appointed time, the mass of the ''' 'liustthen
;White would have been thrice as numerous 'you steer x.W. nJitil the s. w. '
on the I7,h, but on that mitted to return on tbeir promising to population did not attend in conse this meeting proceeded with their end of St Rosa Island bears x. by s. and i

day again broke out, and continued all American officers who ; i;[ the liight House x.f"w. when ,
respect may : quence of the hours taut having business, an account of which has been I Ipubluhed. you can ;
burning the 18th. Two soldiers steer for the Light until'within the Island,
j
visit hereafter. t
them The Commodore'sparty : select few, !
ar'rivvd""This it
say True is that )
were killed, and a number of a person en f when you can haul up into the passage
then returned their vessels and
wounded. to I eight or proceeded to organizethe deav red to obtain a reading, afte'" 7, of J: and steer for the bay free of danger. 4

Tne persons dangerously of families rendered left the,harbor, after having been at anchor meeting for the evening, and resolutions passed by the meeting at j Th'e, above directions. applicable! for
number
three hours. accordingly appointed a chairman I large vessels coming*, 'from: the westward ft:
6 and did think |
aousless: is esti.tTlitirt I we not proper to comply
by this calamity with the exception-tbTai1iey need not j
The Spanish account fills two close ;
columns and tcretarf-a gentleman
-..... .. 6A.t .1..41t....._mt. C"o---._ present with his request ; it is also truethat a1; keep in more than SfathomsVltel.. j
of the National Journal, our limits j.I then rose and read a list of resolutions highly respectable old gentleman wasi. small
The German are filled i vesselsfdrawing not more than 14 i
WIth of papers devastation therefore will not permit even a summary i j I which the writer of this publicly insulted by the appointment of a-i j I feet can bring the light to bear H. -w. -

accounts, by of i its contents this week. They head :j I article did not hear, but which he naher chairman, by those who were rallied -f and steer for it in the night until vtithirr

inundations.The their Shameful Aggression by I I is informed number of whom i: haifa mile! of it, where they can anchor .
: easay were to appoint a com- after 6 o'clock, a ,
Columbus has with off"shore wind But if ,
an have
'tfmber ship I they *
Arrived! in the Thames. A report Captain Porter of the United States' frij j I mitiee to wait on their chief Col. went prepared with dirks &c, and 6n I a fair wind they can jsteer Z. by. -. until .k .,

of gate John Adams, in violation of the ::: Joseph M. White, to condole,with_ breaking up the meeting left the house ,} sheltered by St Rosa Lslanawrethey; I'

lished her arrival was previously pub rights of nations ;" speak of his threaten- ;: him, upon his having been, as we hooting, halloaing and hur+aing through I i e* anchor in. a good harbourmai t:day i
contradicte \ .
and \Kght. "t'"t'II
ing destruction to the town and to the i i I say, second bes" in a late street the streets / But it is not true, that.. it j r :
It \ The ebb tide.sets an4 the flood
said Greek Government w.
is the :
." about to make appeal: to all lives of- its inhabitants," and add : I I adventure, or rencontre and to solicit was intended to publish all that transpired j K. x., which should carefully observed :
au :
Christians four of He carried his inconsiderate enter- him :to consent to be a tar.di- that evening, as the act of the Citizens of? by all vessels coming* in,as the ebb>> will I '-

lhe in the quarters prize so far, (taking advantage of the :]f date for Congress ; another gentleman Pensacola," (see our paper of. the 8th ? carry you on the caucus shoal and the '

Gtybe, to take a part in a vast state of peace in which we are with the I, present objected to taking Jan.) but as the act of thos only who ; flood, sets directly in over the middlc'i i

trusade, the object of whic wouldbe nation whose flag waved over him,) as to the question upon these resolutions were present,.and we feel proud at being grou nd.\," 'I, '

the conquest of Egypt and thc: spike the artillery, ,re-embarking when 1 until the :appointed hour of 7 o'- able to record: UI'.name.. among those of A. W. Hamilton, :, 'J.:

Holy Sepulchre. the people began collect, by which he enemies of assassins and of the vindi. 45-12w. Collector.
clock should_arrive his objections the
General La father-in-law the avoided the punishment which was his i __ !f M
-
Fayettc's embarkation and I and this veteran cators of the public peace ; we wish for I
were I
Duke Je Noailles, died at Paris, Novenvr due. If lib precipitate disregarded, BLANKS. # f ,
r 8th,. at a advanced the weakness of the Alcalde saved C pt.I'orter.from few roceeded to pass their resolutions !the credit of our city it had _been the

The Rev. k very. C. Maturin, well age.known in the indignation of a people| -kt.. ,:7 o'clock the Citizens 'act of the Citizens Pensacola.." but unfortunately Coasting Shipping Manifests Articles-, 0 ... t
far the !!It. .
t e.!literary world, died lately in Ireland. mod; atrociously insulted, and' hicIi the! generally; attended, and finding a ,' we have; some. in the City, : Slave Manifests and:7 "

} !! I'Oi1.au.Prince.8y the kbip Niafcotikin preSent. from the punishment chairman and secretary alreadyinstahl'd :who are unwilling or afraid, to express '.". DilW J4ading- I' '' .'
the ttiinkiit .
(ara. from Port-au-Prince. laws I of society Impose ; Office: ....:, . .. -
: sale atthis .tt
: of the Fo
will judge of tile criminality of the j L ;it wasaskcd is the meet- !their public disapprobation, even -: '
rom a gentleman: passenger m the world, I 0 ., *" -t A' ) r4 ,a Jl
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I KOTICE.J: : STONE & NISBETVfi jLlmanacsTOR LIST Post-Office'at ,Pensacola,
: j I ., 'I I Tor Publishing at the Seat ,iJ
'o .. fiUE following watches were put'in Ore nrt received per Schr. Caravan .. oh ,the l January, 1825, which, if of Florida **"***"
.I '-RI fromNew-York and are now,opening I within three months, ,
1823 taken
: JL hands of the subscriber in June > EAlt not out A
t Weekly Ne\v
4l.j, I' to be;, delivered to the owners when called -:] a handsome assortment goods suit- TTIE will be forwarded to the General -Paper,
and were at that j ed to'thc: season, viz : I
for and charges paid Post-Office as dead letters. TO BE KNTlTLtD
I knives scis6 ttllR
time advertised. I Vjl packages fine cutlery, mB

1 Silver Watch, Jona Blinker, repairs ; 7 sors &.t". and plated wares, sale at the Pensacola Book-Store. j; A.Samuel Ayres, Geo. W. Alien Fnrilnnt: \il \
For ,: ;
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4-1 Genevean ornamented do. a Spanish : 2 cases Gantbers boots, fine calf Broipns Dec. 31st, 1824 Monsieur Angelucri. tI -.

Gentleman, gl 50-1 silver watch and ladies' slippers, I |N soliciting the Patrmg. ,,;, .
F.
I Mr Porter, 3-1 do. a young man, believed 1 7 cases men's and boys hats assorted, : Mercantile Advetti er. B.-Henry M. Brackenridge, I JL rous public the Iambi!* llltfjB; %

: to-be boatman, $2-1 do. a gentleman 1 case flannels, kerseys and felting'Si Mobile W. Brady, Thomas W. l>rowi.e, diffusing local and general) inU-lF.: f fJ1 ormong

: f' '. from Escambia, g2-1 do. owner 1 1 case stout knit half bcse, nelts & caps, PROSPECTUS.THE ; Wm. ,Bryan, John Branch, Thcs. the citizens of tiiin ,-oml'" ntt? *.

unknown,$3-1 pinchback watch, a sol- 3 cases cloths and cassimercs, assorted assort, Mo bile ."(erca"tileiclvertier.lav- Bradly, Robert B. Bradshaw. rising Territory, the tiiiuw feel I:l
dier2' dolls.-Nt>w if the aforesaid watches 1 case mixed and blue sattinetts, been discontinued by its latepropictOT diffidence and embarrassment, which
iways
I!
not called for previously and all ed, C.-French Consul, Spanish attend the commencement a .
aie the undersigned purposes of
.. charges paid, They will be sold at public 4 cases ready made clothing, superfine do. comnencing, the publication of another Consul, J. N. 'ox, Jacob Chase, enterprise! the terniirtion! r.hicb t is e irt

auction on Saturday the 19th day of Feb. blue black and coloured coats,blue under the same title lie has been Benjamin Clenn-nts, Eunice Carter volved in the unccrtaintidYef -r. tuturit .
.I o'clock A. M. to the frock coats, military mixed do. paper, feeling! solicitous tocommunity beulef tlib
t ten
ruary next, coloured cloth and caSSI- induced to the measure by the warm so- Edward Campbell, Joseph l :
bidder, to the aforesaid char. black and citizens of they avail! themselTej
ray
highest ; respectable
;
',.. sattinett do. silk, Jicitations'of many Cetteles, of tb
ges and -attendant espenccs. mere pantaloons &c. !tc. the.City of Mobile and the neighboring present auspicious period, intbc infsft_

; t 'T. 'I'witchell.Pensacola,3an.19l823. toilinelt and cassimere prints vests., canibncs, I towns ; and will publish the first number I D.-John L. Doggett, Joseph of a new and growing country, to i'
,
46-3tliosl 3 cases fancy fancy robes,goods linen cambric cravats, so soon as;he shall be justified by H sufficient Dunlap, Wallet Davis. of the the patronage interior,and to a support\ews.1'aer.oft titii*

I fine Irish linens, bombazettes, gen. pafrpnage. E.-Hartman Easton, John Ed. portance and utility of which if ijolS!

..' i '" OY Stolen.JRN tlemen's fashionable cravats, :uncy The utility of such establishments, in a wards. conducted, no one will be ;disposed?
( Tuesday, the 11th instant, a double worked robesLadies'silk bags,black city making rapid stiides in wealth and question. *
t VS cased capped silver watch-maker's stocks, &c. &c. commercial contequcnt"cis 'sufficiently F.-Jarrjes Fulton, Benj. Foscue, The of this

nan.e, Geo. Clerke, London, No. 9009. 3 bales low price shirtings, tested by; the unparalleled circulation i J. & D. Fulton.II.Gad.l1umphreys. resources its delightf a stctJon
Said watch has the common plain face, !} 1 case good quills, which newspapers have throughout the I Lewis C. of the country, contiguity to the S

with! 'tbe day of the month hand, the face i ANDa Union. This city is destined at no distant Mexico, and to a fine back country i

. a little broken on the end side. Also, a variety of otK i goods in store, such as day to rivahin commerce many of her cider Hutsons, Morrison Hunter, Levi Georgia, as also its central situation, r

.: common key thereto attached-whoever blankets, nr,.;-j shoos, wool hats, cotton sisters of the Atlantic States. Her Herring, Joseph W._Hall.J. Hpire the pleasing of expectation, that it J5

will return the same to the undersigned, cards Sic -*,. transactions will necessity! he connected .-Wm. Joiner, James John- become a place considerable i i oT.
Allen's to Mr. \0\'. 13th,1824.TALLAHASSEE and I tance, as well as the Centre of
first house above Capt. or % with the 'commerce of Te incssee I II refinemtnt
and Watch maker I J. son, 2. and science in Florida.
John White, Clock part of Virginia. She already 1 commands i

.<< '. shall receive a reasonable reward and no a considerable pillion of the trade of i K.-Michael Kenedy alias 0'- The FLORIDA ltrELLlGrNflft i.,(le3ig1.

t questions Mississippi ; and she is literally the sole Donelly,. ed to be a vehicle of local and genera53!

asked.Edward Read. ttt1y1ttx of: f\ori.\n. depot and! emporium of the commerce of formation, and accessible to all pmolUl
L.-Abiel G. Lopiz: Joseph R. ,
who n.al be desiroiis of discussin1of
merchanj !
Alabama the farmer and the -
; -Pensacol.1, Jan, 2lst, 1825.-,---- 4t3LAS'I' [HE Commissioners appointed under I of tile interior; therefore, will look to Mobile Lane, Captain Lincon, Lodge No. a public nature, or of CCJ01C 1lfiJcatinc;.topica:

; ._. an act of the Governor and Counci I Noah Robert Lewis. sciiMtihc rt.'sC4irchcsand
NOTICE ,. for information on subjects always 172. Lancy, I literary esy,
of the Territory of Florida, wil on thei !! Hut all personal 1 and im idiuus *
of of the late affecting their interests. Geo. Miller 3 James'I disputation
the death M.
sell -Capt. ,
consequence first Monday uf April next,proceed to every dirers-t) ct attack 'on private !
IX '
Mr. James II. Sclby, it has become ne in tne. principal square,to the hi #iest bi
cessxry to bringthe business of the firm der, the lots of Tallahassee ; tht plan of city, the * of.I. H. SEI.IIY& Co.to a final close as which embraces one hundred aid sixty rests;, on them,de\olt a large shareot : paper ( to any
:, early us practicable. THEUHFOUE, all acres. of land, and will be subnitted on its columns for their interest and a.musemen Philip M'Rae, James M'Kin- man or to subserve toe purposes of a faction

: those indebted to tI.e concern are notified I application and on the days of salt, for the .--In a very short 1lI the proprietor ney, Monsieur Merorelitc.N. to laud one or depreciate another._

,- to come forward and close their accounts j information of purchasers. The term may be enabled to [mulish a paper .-John Nettles, 2. hiuiiblest The feelings; the ofevery individual fro;. the

forthwith, as a longer indulgence need pitrrnbed b\ said act, are six per cent three':'times a weekand if encouragedas to .ost exalted, should bo

: not fxpi-ctfil.. penonshavingclainispinsI ndvan. .'n cost tit'each lot ; the residue he hopes lie may be, will make the O.-Officer Commanding inv.olate and secure And the lie .

: the firm will be paid on presenting -i;I in three equal, annual 1 instalments, and Advertiser a daily )paper Tampa Bay, 2, Thomas Orman.P. degraded while iimier to our the control, shall never be

the same. 1 the lots and individual held bound \Vm. John sacrilejpous purpose ofinvkfiing
sec-mty In politics, the Mobile Mercantile Advertiser Pinckney, Page, moral ami
religious
1'" Tin-! stuck on hand consisting of Dry- t for tr.c payments, on the completion of be the 2. sentient*,
will never prostituted to convened
or to an engine donvst.c
Cowls! and Gocerics, Hardware and Cutter which titles ill be made to the fa.
; : \\ respcc 'I
base purposes of a party or faction. The R. Monsieur La Rua DanielLe coid and internal disseiition.Its; !
\ LI'ockt'rJ. Glass, Stone and Tin ware, 1 poIiteU:
) : live owners.Tallahassee will be its btar. Its columns will .
polar be
good Republican, while the
public !
will be sod: at a small advance on prime Roy 8c Co. Thomas Russ, 2, I IV aspcrrtwa
situated about nineteen will nevertheless be to the and
is recriminations
elldfJedJapel' open otparties, an far .
;: cost tor cash, cotton jortipprwed I : \ James Robertson Jno. spossiult .
, at 60 :mu DO days. i miles north otst. Marks near three navigable temperate discussion of the opinions and 01 Ring :, will be avoued.:
/ | streams, in a fine fertile country, principles of all parties. Personal calumny A. Russell. The prt"ss *
: John Jerrison Junr.stgeitjor I t> pe and paper, will bs
/ ; grow'r.ig sugarcane and a-island cotton, will find no place in its columns. S.-Nathan Shackelford, John im.i.vdiaiely conveyed Tallahassee
tilt ( Gncer,.-. and watered and Touching the great question which now ,
a never failing stream
j by I (wlietx one ol the firm
now resides
I j Shaw, Wm. Steele, Simpson & :I : ,) and
mind the crisis
1
Januarj 14th, 182j.--t3-3\\ I line springs n ; agitates the public at publication of tie paper coraroeticed
4. which it will be settled is so near at hand, Smith, Alexr. Scott, jr. William :. sufficient
number
Public as sjuu as a of subscri .
:: FOR ?; :E'YJIK" Buildings. that the publisher has determined on entering Svbree.T. pJ bers are obtained ; whitti it is hoped-and

fast Brig The. Commissioners will be prepared to the lists no fZ1l'thcrthan to give cur-
Iqft THE sailing .-George E. Tingle. expected will be in the montn of Norr.
ST. CLAIH, Capt. Dalton, to sail j jl' receive proposals, immediately atter the rency to such productions whether selector '
Iz :!It"' about the 1st Fi-bruary next. i sale of the lots ot Tallahassee; for the e- origuwlas ma)' be considered'uble& impartial VS brec Williams, Alexr. CONDITIONS.
on or I I
.
..,;., "or freight of 100 bales cotton or ;,I I lection of one wing of the public build- t, without fa\'or or prejudice to an). Worthington, William Wrig: t, Tlio FLORIDA JXTEU.ICENCXB will bft

;J h\\ iliA' elegant accommodations ;''|'I' nig.s, :(1 be durable materials. Persons With these views, and an earnest determination IsZ1 Wells, John D. Wyatt, Wm.Waskon. published a large ro>al shee\&t. -Five

# Ibi pil.iA'tour or the p.1sst-ngers, apply to the who may be disposed to undertake a work to make his journal the repository Dollars! per annum, payable in advance.

Capta.n, Stone &. N s>bet or considerable importance, would do wellto of every thing that is useful or interesting It is Ih"C 9SaJ")' that this rule be invarialfy

.. H. Allen. attend. A plan will be submitted for the publisher throws himself on the Pensacola, Dec. 31, 1824. complied with and it is hoped, that all

: the information of those persons interested favor and indulgence of his fdlow-cit zcns. Robt. Mitchell who sign, will consider its important*.
J*..>> 14th 1825-45-tf. and none heed apply, who may not JOHN 1-TlZGERALD. AdvertiHements will inserted at{ons
r '"
: be enabled to give satisfactory; security POltmaster.PENSACOLA dollar for the first, publication of every
Exchange NewYork,- for tut faithful performauce of his con, Published cvel'J'Vednesda)' and Saturday -- twelve lines or under, each subsequent

,II 1."Oilby sale! in sums to suitI purchasers I tract. insertion fifty cents.

, Robert Butler ) 10" Subscription Eight Dollars per annum Any person subscribing and paying; fo?

:.. Stone & Ni&bct. payable semi-annually in advance. ww( 1P mm live copies,shall receive the sixth gratis*
I II Thos. H. I'etm subscribe t, the
to
la1';' 14th, 1825. 1'ersonswishing] a- Editors are requested to insert this
f .
, ,.'r. ,' -- '-- Ambrose Ciunp,. j bove nuntioi'cd paper are requested to "ffreivfil per 4U'hnnnl1" Caravan Prospectus in their respective papers, and
I ; IUCTTC; uiujt names ui uic H\oo ol' the Pen- JUfeT
: J. Hhimrs Panacea. Tallahassee, Dec. 18th, 1824J4m., ,I sacola liazctte, where several oft..e first from New-York, an addition to .i to assist us in obtaining patronage. Out
the former supply of books which friends generally, will, confer a favor by
the ,
I' _' Lij'P-TlI K Mtbbcr'bvr ng.disco\'red r r ., numbers of the Mobile Mercantile Adver- among I
, ,,1 cnmnositioii of A'tra/me' celebrated TUc u\Bcjrib t tiser maJ'be secu.1uo arc the following : forwarding the names of subscribers with.

Pmult'ea, has row a supply on hand fur : ... St. lion*n's VV ell, by the aut/throffl'aver%, out delay.
.1 sa', Hiha,. reduci'd the wice from R3 HAS just received from New Oi leans -" ----- Bidin field'lJ Medical Practice (Ej: Please direct for the present to tbfe

I 50 'f. 'i. 2 50( ?rby the dozen S24- Schooner Angelina, : iiititionVaxttX.. Franklin's Journey to the Polar Seas, place or to Tallahassee .

: _\i. (;!' Irltllhl institutions in the United C.tf*:\ bbls. Cincinnati Whiskey, O. DAVENPORt: tins Hajji Baba's Adventures, Gordon, Crane & Co.

1- <*t..h',1 ar.cl: the poor will be supplied b'TaI I .,\U 20 do. 1st quality Orleans Sugar GEOlu.a twelve or fifteen months since, Waldo's Naval Ileros, Prose by a Poet, Pensacola, 13m October., 1824.

tis. ;i. 14 do. molasses, and is. supposed if living, to be in the Songster's Museum, Salem Witchcraft, ii ,
If tii- citizens ofthe principal cities and 15 do L/ouisville: steam mill flour I State of Alabama. Should he see this CoJem ua's Anecdotes, Territory of Florida, ) .

towns \vi5l: ::'ppointaii agent, to order and 5 duo best prime pork, advertisement, he is requested to communicate Kgan's Sporting\ Anecdotes, V.
County Court,
I ., di tibvitthis edicinr' tothe it will 25 boxes mould candles Chesterfield, 2 volt.
*
}J M' > poor, ; I with his brother J. D. Davenport, Gregorj-'s County of Escambia,3
bbls. buckwheat meal, Letters Wirter
I \ boJ : :pptc.L 9 Quarter office of the Charlotte's to ,
, at the Pensacola Gazette. October 182&
'. T his Medicine is celebn d fur the 5 kegs salmon, and Huniornort'snew collection of Anecdotes, motion of Term
any person knowing tiling: concerning Adam
curt '/ to'Oowir.g! castsScrofula 5 do. tobacco, any Le Sage's Devil on Two Sticks, ON GordomJ&pifcv'
the said George D. Acting Attorney for'tbe
Davenport Tem'fonrofFloritt
i
or tv';!.-'t evil', ulcerated (.r putrid sore 6 boxes Flinn's cider, will confer a great fax'or by giving infor- l.a Pcyrou se's VII>age, Living Plays 3 vols. *, OKUEIiEl. ; That a Rulebe'en.tered .

th, ,:;\, (: standing rheumatic aft'ections, 100 do Cologne water, mation as above..Cf'PHlNTEIlSin. New Robinson Crusoe, against the '
, diseases while and For sale at his store corner of Palafox and 'I defaultingGrand: and
CtitOtis swelling Phillip's Speeches; Ttier's Elements
the
.' State of Alabama Petit Jurors, to appear the next term of
r disces r\nc:: bontandah1 cases gene Intendencid street. Tales of My Landlord, 3d Series,
requested: to give the above few this Court and
a .t shew if
ai: ulcerous character and chronic :F. I Scott's of Lake tralkel"s cause, any thej
I : ,> Pasnuier.Jan. insertions and the favor will be Lady the ,
have
debilitatul \ I recipro. why they sh n:Id not be fined,for
u M :i'L s. generally arising in I Three Spaniards vols.Uutier's .
I 2d, 1825.-44-tfNOTICE. cated when an:opportunity otters. their sad default ; the Grind juror in

constitutions: but more espectallyfrc.ih there- I Pensacola, December 24th, 1824. Farmer's Manual, the sum of Fifieen.lhtlurs each,'aml$6!
S\phlh$, or atVection arising Flarbauld'b Lessons with cohredplates,
fron., "ulcers in the larynx, nodes, &c. leppings Ki'f-ning's Kntenainmeiits Petit J'trors in'the sum of Ten DMff*
I each. And i it isfurtftcr Ordered, TIiia:
And tlu.t dregful disease occasioned a BLANK BOOKS.UST '
Eu
\;) of URING my absence from Pe isacola .1 ing's Geography, Gregory's Legacy, copy ofthc above rule be publ-she: b
long :anil excessive use mcrcurv, *c I) Locke's & Bacon's
It' ,* a. M liS''ulm diseases ofthe- '-YI'. Mr. W. 11. HUNT is m} agent and received, for sale at the Pensacola Essays, the Peiiaacola: Gazette, six weeks viccesivcly. *'>
Letters Linnet
(.Nll TIFJ C'll'f'.S' attorney in fact. la ,l< ok Store, Ilodgdon's Life of Song Book. A true COP from the Record,
Life
'I':1nklinVashinKton's
JOHN M1LLEH.Vuptist ,
1 hav w'ththt List ItadVFr ---- -- A. Attest,
& twox V atl'b. lew Ledgers
Watson's Philip 2d 3d 2 .
7th-22-tf.MARSHAL'S and vols.Ilawes
: an oj'V $ Day Books Life of Newton, Putnam's Life, ,
very .Mveteratetikers, which, having resVt /
Bonaparte's Life, Haseil Hunt
byV'. D. C4NTov.
Journals ,
the modes
ci regular ot
t'P ;previously SALE.Maria
,
.
... Astley's Cooper's l.ectures.Fcr.er's 2Glh 1324--38 '
t,\atmcnt.eiv healed by the use of Mr.2'ta&itnS -tf.
Letter Books and ; Meuicul Histories
panacea, and I do belidve, frontt Malta, tx'tx of the last") --
" Materia
Muray's Medica
: ; >.1-1: V.at i have seen, that it will prose an will and testament of JitymeUarcelo Children's Copy Books. I'hillips on STONE & NISBET

: impn ta-.t temt( .\ in t-crotulus, vcnenal & deceased.vs. Indigestion, ,
t I I W. Hasell Hunt.Oct. Baudelocque's Midwlfcr.r.ToUer's ,
from
I 't'- mercurial diseases.! Have received per Sc-.r.: Emblem,
Law of
/ N CHAPMAN, M: D: Francisco G. Arroyo and Francisco 30th, 1824.AS1LVP.R Executors, and Tom Shields from
,. Blackstone's
t ::. Pr-.fessor of the Inttititte and Practice ofPhysic JontesE.xecutoisof Commentaries vote. New-Orleans.. : -

. Francisco Caso Y Bishop Borne on the Psalms, Q' r..9f superior qu lit)>
thf Pennsylvaruc.-
I L in L'tiiivrsity of J.ucl1g'odecea.sed fj,1)"fiDbl:1")
,,' *% and V 0\\\\\n ft 'eg"ro ;lu.\\; Marshal's Friend's Family, &c. fccc &c. 100 d
: .i 1 have employed the punucea o >.r. Francisco Ca- : ;'Whiskey. .

;L 'l i t Su-v.m -- P DOWL& CREAM together stock heretofore
; r' \ last thrrc! years and have always found in virtue or an execution in tiis; case, on 10 firkins butter,
r IJ': ;'j, I. extietv.cJ ,'Ihckcious, especuiuy in sec"ndtrv By 1 shall proceed to sell at .PUBLIC n, much battered and bro- hand, composes a very extensive and general 50 bags coffee,

:,:. :, ypUlis: and taercurial disease. lh..Lve AUCTION, on the first Tuesday in ken. The owner i is requested to call, assortment of books, and will be 30 sacks Liverpool ground salt,
sold at the New-York
prove property, pay and take prices for cash
March'next expenses 5
:;' no hesitation pronouncing its medicine, in front of the Court House the articles. kegs tobacco,
I ; :1 of inestimable value. in this city, between the hours of 10 A. Country Merchants and public or private ALSO, .

. : t "'. GIBSON, M. :D. M.and2' P. M. I .' F. Bouquet. Libraries furnished on the most liberal 20 packages domestic! plaids and strip,
i" : Profct Surgery in the Univertity Nov. 19th, 1824-38--tf. terms, and such books as are ordered and shirtings, linens and a variety of other articles
S i The Lot & t are not on hand, will be
I of I'fnntyhania, .. Buildings, procured.with as which with their former stuck, 'IraQ

ft. ::I' JOHN 6'HIKN, Ctemitt.Philadelpl .;i. .ii. No. 283, \ I, '1gst Xoticc.LL little distance delay will as be possible. Orders froni a be found superior re any assortment ever .
I 'p UFeb. 17,1823-13 lam :: -:: as promptly attended to, offered in this market.
: ly1C. _
Intendencia .
.
! on street in the City and meet with the
;1 t : U. For sale at smith and Pearsall's N. of PensacoLt, containing 80 feet fronton persons indebted to Abner Go xII ersonal same liberality as a D ember 3d. 182-
% I application. *,*
i .t ," E. con.er of Third and Market Streets. :said street,b 170 feet deep. late Innkeeper of Pensacohi, whose wln
, : i Each publisher newpaperis1 the fTnlted } notes and accounts are in the hands of the \v. Haseli Hunt.July .
, : Benj. Wyman ()% \\\\\t.intuted. ,.
.
.
is to publid> ini D. )l. subscriber, are informed that he -
t : States, requested has or- I ---- -- --

t i.i : advertisement once a month for one year, for Wm. Sebree, 11. \v. F. ders to put in suit all which are not immediately ,29th. 1824. I I JOSEPH NEWTON Jr. left tiv I'ouse-

,!. ) and send their accounts for payment. Nov 30th 1824: 39-Iam4m. paid. I i subscriber in the summer ot

/ \ T. Twitchell. W. HASELL HUNT 1823, and descended the rivers Ohio =* '

tt f:*f f.U1ld o'l'namental1'rees, Mail Pensacoja. Jan. 18, 1825. 46-3t WILL draw deed, bills of sale, pow Mississippi to New-Orleans, from vrbrt*
Arrangeme'iit.UE FlOTino *?
,. he
1 i' '\ "**"* JUt!. of attorney, bonds &c. in the i went to PensacoLi in West

; f. :. : P'- I. on Thursday at 10 A. Id.4Closes .il\1C' lOX. most approved forms, and attend to .;i I further information has beeu recci ",
tL. II. i.' I"I Q .ll'm on Friday atl P. M. other writing which may be cemmitted any to from; him. .Said Joseph i is about 18 )J ?
1I i *
I
ni '. ufOu Linna: n Hbtanlc : .,, Robert Mitchell. (trN ednesday, Feb, 2d. will be sold him, with promptness and accuracy, and !!.: of age; light complexion, rather. hew 1W! *
'PIO'UIETO.R Public Auction, to the on reasonable ; middling stature and stout ,built.,
I highest bid. terms his
t'i offers \at t' situation in
NewYork, to
if l : the Post Master. \ (
del' intehhigflCconcerning
I ,] the store of the the clerk's : ever will communicate
suoscriber office any
i I ; public his usual very extensive collection Pensacola, Jan. 7th, 1825- (4..-. a va- renders an application j : or
living
f' rid} of Goods to him i him u bether he be
-.' .. Of Fruit and ... mostly Hardware, being convenient for those who be !!I ;
,\ t. j; : ..-, Ornamental I the remains of the stock of the late firm about to'execute instrument may : dead, to Col.John Vawter, P. M.at >er-:
* ; 0'; I ; ,.., -rees, Flowering Shrubs and : of Simpson & Smith any of wri !'non, la. to the IQ.
, Plants Blu11ks. and sold by crder of ting which is to be recorded. I Jennings! County or
i: Bulbous Flower roots, the I scriber will confer ,obli tIOI1
; k .. surviving-partner.LIKEHISE I a lasting,
t and
thousand
; near one species upon his much afflicted parents, _'lb
-
t j"' : 4 *of Green House, Hants-among which are Sbipping Articles at the same time anyplace, variety of OLD rel.lS.\ since the departure of their son Jose '
" /t.t : 'I lbe Olive the Cinnamon, the Coffee, the Household and Kitchen have buried his elder,brother:

., I' ',.4 : Green and ilohea Tea, the Black Pepper, Coasting Manifests, of the late John Simpson,, the dec'd.effects : U anted thefollowmg Papers, viz : Joseph NEW( pn.

., :" '; _- tlie.. &c. Catalogues of which may be and'sold by order of the |2HE FLORIDIAN Jno.
Administrators (
by
I. I. t', .een >y calling on the Editor of this paper Slave Manifests and ternvi ; tA & Co.) Nos. 50 and 52. Fitzgerald Vemon I&UanaOct. 30, J824. _

J., ; V agent for the P/aj Jie'or, xvho will cash.'I' The < '
! Bills of Pensacoia. Gazette
Lading ; and JOB P1tINL1N .
: c. forward promptly any orders left with : Twitclii'll. nda Advertiser West Ho ./ : .

1r;t '" 14! Uet. 24 S3-U I ,FqrMe at this Office Jan.I _. Auctioneer. ply at this office., Nos. 1, 2, and 34. :Ap .Executtdvdl1 neatness .an .

I. 46-2t
:
Nov. 2lth.1824. despatch at 'this'Office. \

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