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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: February 19, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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( BY W. HASBLL.HUNT. r reason cia prior ale thereof: by i apres avoir change leurs 'pleins In the name. the must holy. and AK,spirituous Mquors! ,fire-arris,
KD1TOR AUDfAOPBlEfOR.PubUtter CheUnited: States, or by the confirmation pouvoirs, troiA'6s en bunneet due indivisible Trinity* < bther arms,ponder andmunkionlof !

of:the Law oJtM United Stziv.A or other legal, establishment : forme, out at et signeles stipulations The President of the United war of.ev rf kind, are alway

Subscription Five dolbrs ft y"sr in adAdvertIsements :of a prior British, French, or' suivintes : States America. ; and His Majesty exempted from,this larne commerce .

inserted at One Spanish grant thereof, or for want ARTICLE PREMIER. j the Emperor of all the Russias,. permitted by the preceding,article
Sollar c twelvt lines or under for
for every of title thereto in the United) con/enu/ and the twb reci
first insertion-each subsequent insertion Statesrom II est / que dans aucune wishing lo cement the bonds of powers engage
the Fifty Cents. f anyfother cause whatsoever, partie tlugrand/ oceui, appete amity which unite them, and to procally neitfier to'aell, or,suffef I

Single papers, twelve and ahxlf: cents. shall be entitled to re-payment of;I commun t /lit Ocean Pacifique oa secure between them the invaria them to be sold to the natives, by

"C II N -I- -:- any sum or sums of money, paid i I j I Mer du SIH, Its citoyens ou suI I ble maintenance of a perfect concord their respective- citizens and sub*

for, or on account of, such ,ract of II jets respt'/tifs/ des hautes puis- by means of the present,Convention jects j nor by any person WhO may
land, on making proof to the ni be under their authbri y. It it
satisfaction sances cotiracUntes ne serunt have named, as their Plenipotentiaries
i of the Secretary of the 1 troubles, n genes,- soil dans la navigation to this effect, to wit : ,likewise stipulated .that -this re ;'

Treasury, thai the same was erroneously -' Isoit duns 1'exploitation The President of the United States striction shall never afford a ,pretext 1 !

sold, in manner aforesaid,' de la p ce, sdit dans la faculte of America, HENRY MIDDLETOH, a I bor be advanced, in. any caie' ;

by the United States, who is, hereby d'aborderaux cotes sur des points citizen of said States, and their to authorize either search or de, !

authorized and required to repay qui ne seroieot pas deja occujjes, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister ention of the vessels) seizure of !
the merchandise in fine :
such sum or sums of !money, afin d'y faire 'le commerce avec les Plenipotentiary near his Imperial or, any
of constraint
paid as aforesaid.H. ndigenes sauf toutefois les restrictions Majesty ; and His Majesty the measures Whatever*
towards 1
By CLAY, et or.ditions d lt'rmln- Emperor of all the Russias, his the merchants" or the I I ;
Authority. Speaker oFthe House of Representatives. crews who nay carry on this commerce I
articles\
suivent.
I __ ees par les qui beloved and faithful CHARLES RoBERT -
JOHN GAILLA11D, ; the high contracting pow. I
.,.N ACT making a partial appropriationfor President of the Senate,pro tempore. ARTICLE DEUX1EME. Count of NESSELRODE, actual ,ers reciprocally reserving to them
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the year one thousand eight hundred Washington,: Approved,Jan. 12, 1825. Dans la vue i'e* pecher que les Privy Counsellor, Member of selves to determine the !
'UPOIl M
penalties |
and twenty-four [five.] JAMES MONROE the Council of State of
Secretary
droits dc(cavigatioV et de peche l to be incurred, and to inflict j jI .

Be it enacted by the Senate and An act authorizing-the-Secretary of the exerc s sur le gl"and,9c an par les Stat Foreign directing Affairs the, administration actual Chamberlain I the puhishn tD in 'ell e ot ?-.thecontrovention .
House of Representatives of the .d'ja.. names" ,of thIs
oitoyens suirts pu 0'rticlci.bytheir
Treasury to adopt a new "yt1-w-v et of order of St. :
Knight the
United States of America in Clln- A/i'2u>\;C'ruumngtIe,proof of Jjquors. issances contractamea ne devien- respective citizens or sub
$rcs ':sanbtid, That the sum of Be it enacted by the Senate and nent le texte d'un.commerce Alexander Nevsky, Grand Cross jects.
pr i '
of the order of St. Wladimir of'the 'ti
hundred and thou-
two sixty-five House
o Representatives of the illicite, iI est convert!, que les ABTictx arrrsi i !
sand dollars be, and the same is United States of America in Congress citoyens des Eta'.s UHS, n' borde- first class, Knight-of that of' When this ConvcntibH shall i

hereby appropriated, for the compensation assembled, That the Secretary ront a aucun: point oillil se trouveun the White Eagle of Poland, Grand have been duly ratified by the President 1

granted by law to the of the Treasury be, and he is ctablissement Risse, sans la Cross of the order of St. Stephenof of the United States, with I

Senate and House of Representatives here by authorized, under 'the direction permission du Go erneur ou Hungary, Knight of the orders the advice and consent of,the Senate j

and to the Officers and of the President of the Commandant ; etquJ ciproque-' of the Holy Ghost and of St. Michael on the one part,and oh the other ;t :

./ Clerks, and Servants of both Houses United State, to adopt and substitute ment les sujets Russps ne pour-I and Grand Cross of the Le- by his, Majestythe Emperor of all :

of Congress, and for defrayingthe such Hydrometer, as he ront border sans per ission a au-| gion of Honor'of France, Knight the Russias, the ratifications shall .

contingent expenses. thereof ;: may deem best calculated Ito pro-: cun etablissemcnt del Etats-Unis I Grand Cross of the orders of the be exchanged Washington id '

and that the same be paid out of mote the public interest, in: lieu of sur la cole nord ouestj, Blrfck and of the Red Eagle of the space often months from the

any money in the Treasury, not that now prescribed by law for the Prussia, of the Annunciation of dute below, or sooner*,, if possible.
otherwise appropriated. purpose of ascertaining the proof r ARTICLE TROISIEME. Sardinia, of Charles III. of Spain, In faith wnereof the respective
II. CLAY, 11 est convenu en outre, que do- St. Ferdinand and ofIt>>rit of
of liquors ; and that, after such Plenipotentiaries have signed this
Speaker of the House of Representatives reiiavant .il ne tre form of the of Denmark
adoption and substitution, :the duties pourra Naples, Elephant Convention, andithereto; affixed the
JOHN GAILLAKI, par Ifs citoyens des: Etats-Unis,I of the Polar Star of Sweden,
law distil seals of their
imposed by arms.
President of the Senate, upon]
pro tempore. 1'autorite des dits Etats
'..hington, Approved, Dec. 15, 1824. led spirits shall be I levied, collected ou sous of the Crown of \VirtltrI burg, of Done at St. Petersburg, the V '

JAMES MONROE. and paid, according to the proof: aucun tablissement sur la Cote the Gulphs of Hanover, of the April of the year of Grace on* '

ascertained by any Hydrometer so nurd ouest d'Arn rique, ni .dans} Belgic Lion, of Fidelity of Baden, thousand eight hundred and ten

An Act concerning General Lafayette. substituted and adopted. aucune des lies arijacentcs au nord and of St. Constantine of,Parma; & ty-four. 1

J3eitenacrrdby the Senate and II. CLAY, du cinquante quatri me degie et PIERE dePoLETiCA actual Coun Renr Middlctoh- j

ITouse of Representatives of the Speaker of the House of Representatives quarante minutes de latitude sep- sellor of Stuff, Knight of the order Le Comte C/tarlc De Nenelrede,

United Btatfs of America in Congress JOHN GAILLARD, tentrionale. ; et que de mme il of St. Anne of the first class, and I Pierre De..P'l tita. j

assembled, That, in consideration President of the.Senate pro tempore. nVn ptmrra ctre forme aucun par Grand CJnjss_.of, the..order .of St. And whereas .the'said Conven
of the services 8c sacrificesof Washington, Jan. 12-JIzIa., 1825, Approved.J3y atnutUL.. rie.s ujrt.S R*. vsauuaTauto-. 'Wladimir of the second : who, af- tion has been duly ratified on both IF
Gtn. Lafayette in the War of the rite de la Russie, an sud de la tf'r having exchanged -their 'full I parts, and the respective ratifica-

Revolution.,the Secretary of the Resident of the United 'States of meme purallele. powers, found in good and due tions of the same were exchanged

Treasury be; and he is hereby, America, ARTICLE QUATRIEME. form,-have agreed upon, and signed Washington on the eleventh

authorized to pay to him the sum APROCLAMATipN. II est :neanmoins eotendu que the following stipulations. day of the present month, by Joint I sg.

of Two Hundred Thousand Dol- Whereas a Convention between pendant un terme de dix ann t"s a ARTICLE FIRST. QUINCY ADAMS, Secretary; of State
lars, out of in the Treasury de la signature de la of the United ,States;and the Ba-
any money the United States of America and compter pre- It is agreed, that, in any part of! .
not otherwise appropriated.Sec. his Majesty the Emperor, of .1'1\ sente Convention, les vaisseaux the Great Ocean, commonly call- ron de TtiYLt, Envoy Extraordinary

2. And be it further enacted, the Russias, was concluded and des deux Puissances, ou qui ap- ed the Pacific Ocean, or South and Minister Plenipotentiary

That there be granted to the said signed at St. Petersburg,' on the partifiidroient a leurs citoyens ou Sea, the respective citizens or sub- of his Imperial Majesty,' on tot

General Lafayette and his heirs, fifth [seventeenth] day of April, sujects rrspectifs, pourront re- jects of the high conti acting pow part of their respective Covers'ments

one township of Land ; to be laid in the year of our Lord one thou- ciproquement frequenter, sans en- ers shall be neither disturbed nor JNow

out and located under'the authority sand eight hundred and, twenty- trave quelcouque, I les mers inl n- restrained, either in navigation or therefore, ,be it .know / '

of the President, on any of the four ; which Convention, bring in cures, les golfes, havres et criques in fishing, or in the power of resorting that,JUtES MONROE Presidentof

unappropriated lands of the United the French language, is, ,word for sur la cote meiitionnee dans Particle to the coasts, upon points the United Slatesy have caused .

States. wordas follows, a translation of precedent, afin d'y faire lap which may not already be occu- the said Convention to be made

H. CLAY, the same being hereto annexed : che'el le commerce avec les na- pied, for the purpose of trading public to: the end that the same* -
Speaker of the House tfepresentatives.. turels du and clause and article,:there
[ORIGINAL.] :pays. with the natives, saving alwaysthe every
JOHN.(; \ILLAIU),
of be observed and, fulfilled
President of the Senate, pro tempore. .Au nom de la tres Sainte et Indivisible ARTICLE CINquiDME. restrictions and conditions dej may : -
Washington: Approved, Dec. 28 1824. Trinitt : termined by the following articles. with good faith by the United,
JAMES MONROE. 1 Sont toutefois except es de ce States and the citizens tnereof.. : !
Le President des Etats Unis d'-: meme commerce accord par 1'ar ARTICLE SECOXD. In witness whereof have of
An Act to authorize the Legislature Amerique, et Sa Majesie l'Etnpe- tide precedent, toutes les liqueurs With the view preventing the to set my hand. and caused tho

the State of Ohio to sell and convey reur, de touts lesRussies, voulant spiritueuses, les armes a feu, armes rights of navigation and fishing seal of the United States to be

certain State for tracts the of land of the granted to said cimenter les liens d'amiti&qui les I blanches,! poudre et munitions de exercised upon the great ocean by affixed. Done at the City of
use
people thereof un is sent, et assurer entre eux le guerre de toutes especes, que les the citizens and subjects of the Washington twelfth day of

Se it enacted by the Senate and maintien invariable d'yii parfait deux Puissances s'engagent r ci- high contracting powers, from Jantfary, in the year of our.Lord

/louse of Representatives of the accord, moyennaiit la present Convention proquement a ne pas vendre, ni lais- becoming the pretext for an illicit one thousand eight hundred and
United States of America in Cobgress trade, it is that the citizensof
: agreed
out leurs
nomm vendre
pour ser aux Indigenes par. tweJ:1ty-: vt, afydof the ludependence '
assembled, That the'" Legisjaiure Plenipotentiaires a cet efijet; savoir: leurs citoyens et sujets respeciifs the United States shall not resort of the United States. theforiymh'thv '
of the State of Ohio shall Le President des Etats> Unis d'- ni par aucun individu qui se trou-: to any point where there isa ;
be, and is hereby, authorized and Am rjque. le Sieur HE MID- Russian -'establishment withoutthe I : t :
,
RT veroit sous leur autoriie. II est ,JAM&$ MO1ROEev .
empowered to cause to be sold and DLETOK, citoyen des dits Etats, et, egalement stipule que cette restriction permission of the Governoror I >>. the of President/ .:

conveyed, in such. manner, and on I leur Envoy Extraordinaire\ et'Min-! ne pourra jamais servir de commander ; and that, reciprocally ..JOHN QUINcY ADAMS, .u. "
such terms and conditions as said istre nipotentiaire Sa Ma- the subjects of Jtussi 'shalf :-
prs pretexte, ni etre all guCe dans au Sccrcia....+i/ofState': I
Legislature shall, by law direct jest riale Sa not resortwithout to .. ')
Imp : et ; Majest cun cas, pour autoriser soit la permission -" ..-0 Dr.l 1-
the following tracts of land, heretofore l' mpereur dt toutes les Russies, visiteou lad tcntio des Vaisseaux, any establishment of the Unite trom thi. Ctiafletton C.urfeKSunday / i, -

granted lo said State'for the ses .ames- et feaux les Sieurs soit la saisie de la marchandise, States upon'the.North-west Coast <,' 5cAoo/' *.-' The, : moral

Use of the people thereof, to wit': CHARLES ROBERT Comt I de NES- soit en fin des mesures quelConqucs AUTICLE THISD. 'and intellectual < of*-

so much of the six mile reservation SELROOE, Conseiller'Prit actue, de contrainte env rs les arma- It is moreover agreed, that hereafter :youth is cert itily an improvement bltct.ot 'the

inclucing the Salt, Springs, Membre dt| Conseil .d'Etat, Secr teurs ou les equipages qui fer ient there shall not be formed by greatest ,importance and.when,tor !i 1:
j
commonly culled the Sciota Salt taire d'Etat Diiigeant !le' Minist :ce commerce ; les hautes Puissan i the,citizens of the United Stales,. this iunie.akuoi1edgeof'the ,.

Springs, as rematns 'unsold ; the re des affaires etrangeres, Chambellau ces .contractantes' s' tant r cipr -! or' under the authority of the said Scriptures! the.subject jff; so ,

Salt Springs near Muskingum actuel, Chevalier} de Vor- quemenl reserv6.de statuer sur Ics 1 1pf'inea" States, anyestablishmcnt upon the' in>beneficial. effect5; ,magrnified that: \

Rer. and in the Military Tract, dre de St. Alexandra j Nevsky, aencourtr% et d'infiiger let Northwest Coast of, America, nor they who its .advantages/ ,
reject : !
Pith the sections of land which in- Grand! Croix de Tordre in of the Islands : .
de St. amendes enc urues en cas de contravention any adjacent, to: will ,be left without, excusewliea: .
i
elude the same ; the proceeds Wladimir de, la ire'cJa 1 Chevalier the north of fifty-four' and
set' a cet'article, par leurs. degrees- th. irchiIdiei'shall have, arrived, I .
thereof to applied>> to such lite- de celui de l'aigle blanc, de citoyens ou sujets. r sp ctifs. I forty minutes north latitude f at maturity, antf, cbarge'.th- withr ,j 1
)
&ry purposes as said Legislature Polog, Grand Crpix, die( l'ordre ARTICLE .SIXIEME.. and that, in the same manner, I their "ignorance .on 'a. :'Bttbject ,in ;
toay hereafter direct, and to no de St. Etienne de' Hongrie, veCh there shall be none formed_ by whtcn their bpinesjn''thir

other use, intent, or purpose, what p licr des ordrei. du St. Esprit et de .1 I Lorsque cette Contention aura Russian ,bubjects under the authority _; >rlcfaml. the'rrext, :so:materially'lependi. ;
soever. St. Michel, et Grand'Crpix de celui cle ducment ratifies' par le President of :Russia,':south 'of the ( d' I"'*
I
H. CLAY de la Legion d'Honncur 4e I } des Etats Umsdel'avis. et du '
France, same_ parallel. :
Pta.ker of the,House of,Representatives. Chevalier Grand Croix ties ordresde1'aigle'00r consenternent du 3enatd'une| part, ARTICLE FOURTH.--, The; fficacy of Sunday Schools I
JUHK GAILLARD de et de lautre par:Sa Majest6 I'Em.. is now universally :admitted,; i'das -
President of the'Senate ,pro \ et 1'aiglc rouge It nevertheless untJerstbpd "' *
tempore. pereurdc toutes ties Hussies. les they, are becoming rfjaost a s :
. &ahlOgton, Dec.28,1824: Approved, de;' Prusse. del'4nnonciaded Sardaigne ratifications en seront! chang that, during''a term: of 'ten .years, common another ,InstiiAtiona I
JAMES MONllOE. de Charles Ill.'d'Espagne, es of
from .
'the
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counting sjgnatjre e junle.impfoethethattcTntII1
de St. Ferdinand et du m6rite 'de a. \Vashington dans le. delal de di 1
An '1 present convention; th e( ship* of have a jicfevy: iiswer'itthey
'chargcf'to
act mois de ja, date ci dessous _
ou
" authorizing re-payment for :land l ) de de' Dane- ;; !
'Naples, l'El6phant ,
: or-which'
t si faire both powers: belo&g {o, !; mh'oi ira .* the' jtagj t I
erroneously sold by the United States 'marc,,de 1'Etoile'Polaire de Su de plu se peot. En foi de : .
'
their citizens,or :sUbjectsrespCc'tivelyrnay : cw.brchate.thus'
pr ofered.tl1eJf thil'dfen. ._
les
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kBe it.enacted by .the, Senate and. :r de ,la Couronne: de VVurtemberg, quoi' Plenipotentiaires respeclifs p : r 'reciprotily/fre' Weukj'ng .finish:' '
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of' l'ont-.j : ,ety pnlfait p qw r b1 i
of the Guelphes'de appo '
Representative des Hanoyrej: rdu Lion 'without anyhlndiaTrce :whatever .
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7ilted series cachets de leurs armes. aest1o'3s'\ ttterjcr'hHdre5 ,
' States, America. in Con-. Pcl e.jde la'Fidelit'! 'de'padej 'et the .
: interior ieas, gulfs, hafbprs I
,Fait a ] to beV sniKein I
, tu St Petersbonrg y.Aviil I ,. r ;!q
: ancmbled That ide St. iConstahtin jie Patme : et : : '
;
every :
0 per: Uc Pan de grace milhuit and creeks, upon :the coast. mentioned the t tn e otheSbhthur'
,or the ce vingt. L !
legal of 1 dePoLEzoA Cons'eillerdEtatTicjHict ,
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PIERR : .
; -. representative: > in the preceding' article ;; ffitp such phcerat I 1
quatre. : .. / ;g
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: .. cry per. .n iwhfr ia, or ,roaybe;; ? CJievalier} de TordredeStrA JImry JOftldletom ..' for the, purpose\' fiihihg and'tra: them rfloTaI'aflLrtligIoIL1nstruc.s .. t
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'-t I pUrchaser of a tract of,1 land frm I .n ne. ,dc, *ia 'Ire laslS.e, ct I Te" C ;'r Charles ding with?the:natives of the ? '
mte' 1r
\t *?nhc4 .DeJe" :. coun. -- .tione ,Xet the consciences of .pa? :
:
i'ordro -
:; States,, the ,purchase' Grand': Croix de,: de St. fitrrt:Je PoWca' ,. deL.J.'j ;'a ... .rend:answer. the liU .\ .d.. __ q, '.. :
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; I p7 ---- cents one for 12 .1'cent'l, one for, noVttle the plain one of cola, ,

f ; 4 DOMESTIC* i 27one, for 30, andoneJor 48 cents. m J( Mr.: except : \VereItoendeayoro 1n' ke t f i

-- \ N. Y. Even.. Post. '1825. Mr. Call has been known to us ny body'sensible.,of.the'merit Co-a-
,
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We
:
learn SATURDYEB1il9.We
West India Squadron.
Sate o.Vttr. in the West.. those ,
; when he figured here, riginating st and lain.
r since 181-8,
f that Capt. Warrington to tht, command who has, The dense population of England with plr ue r "er our friends to under one of the heroes of this he- Jngide I cuu t..
teen
I I appointed scarcely furnishes more instances; our advertising!coluinfor'the Proclama- and the brilliancy of the .has moscx pJI ee
I !., : -of the United States Naval Forces misphere, ,
of bloody; violence, than are an of the Presiden for the I ales of without reflecting second addresssignedofJustice.
not
\tentorwlill!
: ;i'-' in the West India Seas and Gulf ticn I
I nounced almost "
, of every week the Tallahassee, c4 the tIM Monday I II the best part of the glitter of .
;; of Mexico, in the room Com. land at I
papers which reach us from the situation The Friends of Junk
I In that in
; Porter, \who has been recalled, inconsequence Western Crimes ifhich oT May next. J the Protegee. :lit
States.- been to abuse the I Florida are fully aware how .
i JiI! of the affair Faxar- m had he disposed j.
I sicken the heart, appear to flourish LrcKrone f.Uie Commissioners have' lated their situation '
would
Major C.P. influence he is supposed to be, ,
-do leave this in the
1 w: ; will port where the refinementof and ti-
, greatest claims less ,
for ascerta ing exercised, he might have conducted through Neptune's Plains,
of the next week in the
,
!t"c. urse manners might be exp cted. ties lands inVest: loruja arrived in manner less deserving -, were they not obtain
Tjr.;*.j Gtah...* ..*hoonrr Shark, Assassination to himself in a a ccrr.phV
the of ult. with the
4 lit Lieut. Cora. Gallagher, to enter courage Waahin2ton City on tl,:,26th 'of approbation ; but we ance to that part of the inen>oriii .
of .
cowards is the order 4he \
day.A
opinions of the Board. ..
and in which it is thus
9J upon the duties of his new appointment. the reports know of none who at that time had recommended,
: Physician protected by -- &
4 Norfolk Beacon. to complain of him. "the necessity practicability I : reason
, t" darkness the evening,'murders a Coltrni.-'jthin the lasl three weeks: road
ihe from
11'' We published, a few days since, In 1821 some circumstances opening St. AtiCU1-
: of rought to this
member the Legislature, to 300 to 400 bales have been
} a statement of the Public Debt of I happened which \ie must be permitted tine into Goorgia, known by t.b
his malevolence atthe following
son
gratify market, and sold Teadily
of the
I' ;t the United States, on the 1st. of of the Governor of Kentucky, is rates. InferiorlO a 11 cenk fair to good to thiuk have made a deep appejlation Kingroa
which at
was opened expendby
i 1 October,. 1824. Of the amount found with the bloody garments 17 a 13, prime 14 and soml choice lots impression on a very conspicuous great
British
the Government
: : then due there was held- and which probably aad
, him of personage
'''''' upon a stranger, whop he have brought 14 1-2 to 15 14.
!: Uy the British $18,515,764 50Uy might have been altogether avoided could at this time be re-opened
had decoyed murdered and rob- the Premium which was
award of
,: I. the Dutch 3,382,366 46 The with/very little la our and
,
; had his instructions matters \t111
t : bed. Judges and District Attorneys made on the ISh ult.viz.A ,
f-I Uy all other foreigners 2,072,241 97 to have been afford a communication to
been strictly attended CatiU.
as
in combat value W 150 for importance,
i;. perish private Silver Vessel of the tite the intercourse between
fE ; Making the total amount and the humbler clases of society -,the best wagon load of cotton, y 6 bales to by a certain individual, that
r;. .t' held by foreigners. 323,970,37293 follow close in the J'ear of I these ,cf 320 Ibs. upwards; and Silver Cup ,as they had with precision been part of the Territory and the so fh.. \
The ami" ofstock held by .. transmitted. However ern States-the establishment
: soon
11 pretty ct
the West for the (est small
of
I 4 domestic credit is savage examples. Surely of the value S50,
66,695,24090 this road" continues
;t: after a3tar chosen by the tnemt
a new was rV
,' ), 4 has gained little in civilizationsince load, 3 bales of SO)Ibs. or tJ>wards; in
say of theimmortaI1.hemis al was deemed an object of
Mr. Call, and in the Temple ttt
: its Th wild condition
'. r'I 90,665,61383Add early history. consequer.ce of the impassable
;I'"'..: for stock in transition beasts that inhabited it, might of the roads in ''December. hasbecnpostpored he carried some utmost importance to the province
4 !,:;j i from and to the several plead instinct for their ferocity to the 1st of next month. victories by storm which createdfor of East Florida, by the Brhiifc

Joan oes, 31,45771 the much abused -and insulted savages him a very considerable
t'I' i::: Making1 the total amount of no civilized nation dares, to Congress.-Our dates Washington tation. are induct-d to believe that the policy
, '. the public debt,on the rebuke, seeing that the mosticivil- are up to the 28th ult. The principal In 1323 a Delegate was to be e- and necessity' of such measure
ri 1.: '; 1st. Oct.1824. S90.697.07154 ized encouraged them to scalp subjects with which Congress were engaged lectednot one name was uttered, will he rnore strongly felt by the j

It t' Nat. Journal. their prisoners, for the cause ofreligion. for some days previous, were, in this Place, in opposition to that Government of the United States.

:,' I The Boston Centinel contains a .-But we of the present The Chesapeake Delaware Canal, of Mr. Call, and the votes were unanimous The Friends Justice in the
II 'j: list of the number of Manufactories day,-what excuse shall be madefor passed the JIouvc Representatives. in his favor. In Congress Middle District, will not overlook

, 7 .,t in the,slate \lascur..chuIIIQuo, ..&-noue-none. Let us flat- Th.. Cumberland Road,/o srJ the H.ofRep Mr. Call has used his best the manner by which, in that memorial
! \ together with the amount of capital ter ourselves as much as we please, resentaflv' .. cn\\QTOrv tI.13t. the pro motion of are pictured "the commerCiai -
!.J: of each. It appears from this as being the centre of civilization, A United Stiles'' Penal Code.A our interests; on my part never -aiiu -'ajjrtowlturul adva taW*

:J. I statement, that there are one hundred whence rays are to emanate I in all Road fro i Little Rock to Canton. was doubted that he would do so, of the country, its soils, bays, ii.

;1 and sixty one, with an aggregate directions fur the benefit of1 man- ment Gibson. \ and I am willing to take his own vers and harbors, its important: .

; ;- capital of S21,465,000. kind ; let,us send missionaries into Rules for thdPresid.:ntial) Election. word for it-in the Gazette of the sources and energies when developed

J it' Jiew-York, Jan. 11.-His Brit.' the wilderness to unteach the savage The Internal\rjule with Mexico, and 24th A pI'ill61St is the following : and called into aciion" the
; f .!\t jcst"S brig Rifleman, Capf."Webb the vices which man, in a The of Piracy. tl\Ve have been favored with the propriety of a great road "thro"

:;;$'I arrived this morning from stale of refinement, has taught Suppresfon following extract from a letter received a healthy fine country, a large por
:' '; Halifax via St. John.. The R. has him. But !bef.re they enter on the Delegate to Congress.! The friends of by gentleman this city tion of which, for fertility, is not,

11';:. on board, the captain, mate, and sphere of their exertions, let\ them Gol. JAMES GIISDEX, in St. Augustine, from Gen. Call." surpassed by any laud in the south
I ..! crew, of a piratical vessel. The stop, and,endeavor to correct those have announced him as a candidate for "Washington, 29th Marcli.I ern country," iind there to "in

f' latter, we are informed, are vices which ail the advantages of the above nameu office, at the ensuing e- have a proposition now before the 1 vite emigration: by promptly ascertaining
t brought as evidence against the society have proved inadequate toovercome. lection. Senate to open an inland naviga- and adjusting the claims

": officers. They'are from Jamaica, .-Charleston (:(Juri ,.. tion from the Mississippi the to land, referring the larger gram
, and are to be delivered over to me True Liberality.-We are I in- fire at St. Augustine.-We perceive mouth of the 'St. John's river.-It to the investigation and determination

: q civil authorities of this city. formed from a correct source, that from the East Florida Herald that a fire I will be called up in a few days, but of the judicial tribunals

New York, Jan. 10.-"St Anthony the owners of the elegant block of took place at St. Augustine on Sunday23d there is so much business before so that proprietors may raake

1 ; Ujifier .1fi88ouri.-This is the buildings in 'V atel'- treei, ;i after ult. It broke out in a building occu- the National Legislature, I am apprehensive permanent' disposition to 'settlers''*'

;: direction of some large boxes of having paid the mechanic'', with pied by Mrs. I Campbell as a Boarding I shall not get this plan and finally the "bringing the;' pub-

. i merchandize we passed in Pearl- whom they contracted for the erection Ruse, three doors north of the Custom executed during the present ses lie lands into market at an early

; I;.,. street last week. St. Anthony's of themthe full amount of House ; all of\ hich were consumed, the sion. 1 have now got the neces- period ?" all objects 'of the,highest -.

l.l Falls are 1694 miles from NewOrleausntvigablebysleatnboats- his contract, and between three Custom House vlrich was bounded by the sary data, and shall endeavor to consideration" upon which, i

..: ; and four thousand dollars for extra public square being the last. The loss of bring forward thenaval, depot dur- not only depend the growth'aai, I
and above the'falls, kid and other work, on new year's day presented property is estimated at 20,000.. A Mr. ing the present week. I have' prosperity of this 'Territory"but
:. ti boats are used. Where the goods him with *ba .suim t\f\ one Warburg was precipitated from the top of had the subject referred to a com the effectuation of 111ese. valuable, I
:! ,; are to be sent after reaching their thousand dollars, for his ftu7 clual- time uouse'mruHm- ui* Jire jcojnmjejvgedmtu lh.. &enateandHouse purposes, for which the U $. ob-,
-
!t' first destination, we know not, but ity and faithfulness in his profes the street,a distance of 40 or 50 feet, of Representatives, soTam T edTneireesi.ion.."; _
k ;: note the circumstance to show the no bones were broken, & hopes were en- take it in either.-
; sion. This is the right wayjto en- at liberty to up In Pensacola and theCaunties,
!' ,! great extent of our inland commerce sure honest workmen and ?t-rma- tertained of his. recovery.. As the Tariff is still laboring in the topographical situation,. oC
o". I
"i: and navigation, and almost nent buildings.-Bo8ton Gazette. the House of Representatives, I which renders them the most ready
; : boundless reach of the enterprise The last melancholy duties were The Legislature Louisiana have pass-. think 1 shall commence in the tributary to and participator*
lot and mercantile intercourse of the ed an act making DOXALDSOSYILLE the Senate. I I shall succeed ifI
hope
paid yesterday morning 'jo ,the ; with that futur emporium, of out
:. citizens of New York.-Statesman. Seat of Government of that State alter the it the House of
;. mortal remains of General Robert fan get to Repre- southernmost States, The Friend
.fi, Letters for government, have 1st day of December next, sentatives 11Ha.ve.no fear on the '
t IM. Goodloe Harper, a most valuable of Justice-will be as grateful to the
_ been brought by the.Pearl, at Boston citizen of Baltimore, and one of T subject.I author, as they should ever delight J

i from St. John's, Porto Rico. the brightest ornaments of [the American -, C OMM U \ LUA TL(JA'J.For We shall have long session to read over and over, "again, I
We understand, says the Boston bar. The funeral procession -- Congress will not, in all probability in this too little known but 'unin' I
Palladiumth the Americt.n merchants of the civil and adjourn sooner than the middleof swerablc
military, the Pensacola Gazette. :; memorial, the develops I
I' ". there, disapproved of the notwithstanding the inclement Mr. Hunt-1 have belure me Muy or first of June." ment of the superior advantagesof I

proceedings of Com. Porter at-Fa1 state of the weather, was :one of your article'of the 22d ult. headed In this letter however, where the harbor of Pensacola, over

jcardo. the largest ever witnessed in this *;The Next Delegate," a subject Mr. Cal.teils us, in every pusiblesbapewh any other on the Gulp .o!Mexico, ;
1- A proposition from our Government city-and testified the high estimation which i consider it my duty as an t he has done, what he is this is represented vrithN&o'' many

I ,for leave, to erect LightHouses in which the character of elector deep to mature before cloincr U' and what he uronoses to do. details and with so'forcible. '. r'l. .
on the- Bahamas- "nab, been met the deceased was held. V; coming the polls, and as a free there are but two distinct objects merits tb support it, that t1-; I

by the British Government, by an ,Bait jlmtrican7iJan.I I and independent citizen, my rightto one the inland navigation, which bridgerrieni( of it is impossibly

offer to erect these Light-Houses Imprisonment Dc .-We I examine, publicly setting forth for many years I have heard spoken because all the ideas'are of the first

,, ; themselves, on condition that the haVe just seen the signaturesupon: my motives:ot'preiciencc, amongst of under the name of the Canal importance, and all link into each

7 American shipping contribute to a sheet parchment, ofome hun- tie candidates: whom respective 'of Manchac, the other the: Naval other'sO; that the suppression of

b their support.-The collection of dred members of the N w-York Iricuds have brought forward, in, Depot, both very material to one word would be in injustice

; The duties, it was'proposed{ by Mr. Bar, including all the leading the spirit ot the article above alluded our prosperity, but of which we the author'; who_ ,'by:i heir-centos-_
Canning, to leave with ilmAmeri- counsellors and practitioners, each tO, thai is .' with candour and have not heard a word since. 'dance, theirintimate% and -abs.QttiC* -*

: can Custom-Houses. But 'Mr. pledging his professional services liberality, resting upon the good With Mr. White our acquaint- Co connection,b-rought'into thetnindof

Rush having no instructions upon gratis to liberate a debtor from qualities ot my tavorite candidate, ance.extends not.so far back, sincehe our v| erabIe, ,Preside. !l such;*
n this point, the arrangement has gaol during the year 1825, should' rather=J' than' upon the foible of his did not appear in Florida before fouus of light on the subject, '_that
: t riot yet been concluded. It is desirable hard-hearted creditors and griping opponelat.": liolh of the candidates June 18S2 ; but what was Mr. he not oiriiy granted time request oi

,: tha .it should be adopted. poverty combine to render ; are, in my mind, respectable Whitens first step towards acquitin laying that memorial before Congress -
I
\\b 7 Charleston, Courier.'. such services necessary. I gentlemen,land it is with the feelings g the public estimation ? Let but accompanied: it ,piTh[*

The prisoners brought{ by' the N. Y. Spectator.The of a gentleman that my.ide son any man, not entirely unacquainted strong eulogium on the. valac' **

fcritish br'i(;:wf'war Rifleman, from project of sheathing( vessels the subject wilt be laid down. with the science of law, exam- the production, and as strong,_*
'T-' Jamaica, were ,JeliVel"cdto the with leather has failed.; It is i The first'intimation the public amine the acts 'of our first Legislative recommendation for its 'success*
Marshal on Thurbdaj1'hey arc found that barnacles adhere to the received on: this subject was by.theaddress Council, let him recollect of which recommendation had '*a

.T stated to be John Barrell, (or Bra- leather an astonishing I degree, signed' "Several, Voters ;" whom that Council was composed; much weight that when our present
2elle) 'Capt iQ, and Richard' Pal- ,and thus ,impede the passage of that step ol' the friends of Mr. Call, and if any merit is to be attachedto ,: Delegate Mr. Call raised

.' S mer, mate, of the Schr. Comet, I the vessel through the w.1, eT. 1 conceive in no wise reprehensible those laws,,let him say to whom I.voice in Congress for the necessary
whichr'vessel' they art accused oft Idem. and cannot imagine why "One it-is due If we arc in search of measures to effectuate the ,ob"

' bavingrun 'w'ay ritti'and.destroyed. Notice, to Aiartncrs.-Extract ofa of the EFamily" should call it perspicacity tov foresee,oC-correct-: jects of said memorial, be fPd

I If -We understand the Comet< lettei"dated at Havana, $I Oth'Uet.u a system of, electioneering without ness to point out, of_wisdom to I with, no opposition,"and bad iit

sail from,*Charleston.Me' I.- For, the benefit of those bound precedent_or parallel," it seemsto combine, precision' in shewing to 'point out what he then desi

\ "' MY. Adv. to this port, please to make it me, on the contrary; to 'be but I he mode of execution, let us review I say what he hen desired,-beOfw

:: The, Legislature of Kentucky known,:thal'there! is occasionally a conformable_ to what is practicedin i the memorial, written by he hadj'been,taught by 'r(fl !'

passed a law inviting Judge Sebastian revolving light, similar to that on almost every: election,o and was J. M. White on the ihh of Sep .tat beer j.t' was to"j ppor IS
"
to'accept a pension und retire the ,Moro,:25 ,.miles to windward, three years:ago"when' Doctor Uronough -' tember '1822, and by the Legislative -''Congress, wbal sixteen IJ1 D S

from the Bench. The Judge no,doubt! intended. to decoy vessels was:announced for our first Council addressed. to the Pre- before :he:had opposed inritorial Oii1'1!
Accepted the pension and resigned. close 'jn:. As mariners ,are likelyto Delegate. Does the writer upder sident of the United Sta'es to be Council;:Jhanntf !1

At the next session the Legislature' take it for the Havana light, the initial .:pretend that the ad laid before Congress. \ his former opposition contrary to

: 'repealed: 'the law giving the pen-. they consequently haul close in, dress by i't) Several Voters" has The most prominent points.are the ,interests ,ancT,expectation 1

'I I _' ion, an4\ his,honor was out of office : and:. in ,all probability are becalmed gone beyond truth, that it has presented 1st, The great roadfrom, Pensa, I' his present constituents.. :" A
I andwithout: flay. '1 1a .in'the morning,when t ese buccaneers .insinuations which are to cola to St. Augustine. though this circumstance_ *

: 0 .- The'measures, recommended by: ) (the pirates) arter ascertaining rebound upon: itself ? this is certainly 2d, The Seat,of our'Territorial absolute. fact, ,that is, tte;PP:
t. the President for Congressional a- [the. character of/the vessels not without precedent or Government. tion of Mr. Call, ,when a '* Cn1 ,

1 doption, strike, at the root qf the .so decoyed, board them with parallel, witness the numerous essays 3d, A Court of '-Appeals for theTerritory. of thelTerrit6nal.CottBdl.to 'tlit

r + jttratical system. We believe that 'open ,b6 ats." concerning: the Presidential very memorial,-which itmust'beensincehiiPridR

Congress are: prepared.. Ho go the1ill Capt; Cumerford of Newbury- election, d if one of the E. family 4th, The re-opening of the ,old to supPq'.
this
" length recommendation'" :port..has,given, from, personal observation intended! to allude to any other British Road from St.' Augustine and .from the iuccess or which,
( '" _- and we kn6w that the people are ,,an account of, the entrance production, he should not have to Georgia.5th liIsjustpreterSiOtSt0: mrlt
1 jjreparedlo go muchfurtherVTheir said ,". r be
Voice is-let be navigation of.Columbia a system electioneering ,Th.L.1ght :Houses at :St. glory; have flowed let It flQ '
I piracy extirpatedat Riv He'-considers it **a, COMMENCED ;" for certainly the t "
:
r. navigable Augustine and Pensacola. understood that,I impute
all CTehtifcrtake the' t ,, fof
requisitetreasures '
r { for 90 miles by vessel 300 ,very commencement was by uSee- r c.rune. ;
tons 6th, The regulation of Wrecking mer,'opposition awho" .s a i
} 'to this evil let oflf ,
S the prerent' be 'what. .}they' -and' he conceives the best ral V oterl./ Be that as it may: ,': .at the peninsula of Florida.' tOnot:_ learned _from"'.' ..tSpef.' af
consequences\d place !?r settlement. is at 'a bay my present !object is to examine, 7th, The 'speedyf:settiement of ence' that the_ slightest: O J best
rlcan.
'xnay.-/fa'2ft: me the
:, just above'Tongue ,Pointi not the deeds of friends not the -
the Land Claims. induce a tpan |otoppo t. ni .
; I : :
: :In the prison at Baitiplorej there' In J ew-York the city expenses in 1824 I foibles,. but the strong side,'of each 8th, :The bringing into 'market 'measures't''sometimes .fro 1

.i 4 S. were recently one person for 6 1L4t amounted r near one million of I dollars- of the candidates before us ; andIn the public lands, want of iitture, refiectioU;. JO

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\ of more must enter the columns of youi adopting this tedious &nj3 cicui' body it the vork o/C ol.White. This may" ly tht PrcMcn f Me V SeJ.u1r \
*t the instigation I well calcuhted' : seem incredible to, those who lute no N pursuance of lav, I JuixsPresident .Moao) ]
t lmtS InJ; friends, Who hide: under' paper.* The Editor U 'the' ,supporter tous route Wtts.very read the article in question,. yet ,such ,is I, of the ,United States, dd I
,un Pretences e race of'sees of, _his opponent, and. ".o r one ,,would ti ink, to suggejttthcmaking thef&ct.. ., hereby declare and make known that &,* t
!) lfJUS acquiring by realihe :cour&e t.therefore; anenemy, ) ..to.I. I .of a,road through the territoryaii I baye.written thus much for the purpose public'sale'will be held at the Land'Office_ :

J" gth another popularity which they. success. and, to any thing I which. (] the same circumstances of,doing,away, misrepresentations. Wit atTAttigi in'1"1orida. on the third j
merit not sonicimes be urged' in his favor Tin : which calletl for a road, c lings may cx,1iaust'their little, store of puns Monday of May next for the disposal of
s
but ; may
seeking I for t ee- and-poetry,and even-though they should the following lands Viz : f
are through an incapacity, readers of1 a newspaper are too api much more imperatively happen to honor me by an application of Township 1.south of Range. 1, west of -. i
tl Sch youth will sufficiently justiJ to forget, that its editorial productions I StalhiShfllentOfa, hew .seat of government. r them to myself. would. still leave them the Meridian. line. ". (
having attained the w.lshed. express the! views !of bui ; IH short, to imagine I tothe unduturb&l enjoyment of their own 1 and 2 north of Range 1 do do
\if of an early ambition, one man, which may be at variance : that measures of such vital inv unenviable self complacency? thus acquired. Fractional do do j do do
for object become bona withthose. oreve.'y mar parlance did!not at that.perioceive relied- But he_ whose silence gives countenance Township 1, south, 1,2,3,4, & 5, east. I'
the former opposers other the attention' of the \\' Ole to falsehood is' little less a traitor land 2, north, 1,2,3,4.5.
fide the promoters of ideas which in the community.; There is, 1 to truth tho'h.e.who actually prop!>gates Fractional township 3 1, 2,3, 4, & 5. ,
had combatted, and thus gain something imposing, something oracular .intelligence of tlie Territory" s lo the error. 1 sincerely hope that I may The sale will commence. with the low f
they victory over themselves, in an assertion beginningwith i suppose the whole Terrilor to not again be called to mingle in this con est number of section, township,. and
trth and the public that little Appendage of the I have been immersed in dar14essamid test. Nothing is in my opinion exquisitely range, and proceed in regular numerical
their opponents stuipi' ity. With retard contemptible as the man,who (no order. The lands reserved by law for h
throne of the monarch, and the utter
feelings ; by evincing that they I matter f3r: what purpose) voluntarily'be- the use schools, or other purposes,will j
been converted and do not tripod of the Editor wet;" and to time organization of the Judiciary ,Cornea the Newspaper panvgerUt of his be excluded From the ale. .
vve the property of others. the statements, and the reasoningof : the e\'i'' complained' of was r friend, unless it be, he who employs his Given under my hand at the !
covet that there was appellate tribunal tor the the of City of Washi ,the 26th
Call at quite an early age, an anonymous scribbler, fall into no pen prostration or injury i ngton
e Mr. he could have completed utter insignificance before its. in the .Territory. Did it require "men much belter than himself;"-andas I day of January, 1825. -
and before divination lo& lathing,but abuse on the one side,and James Monroe.By .
of study necessary talismanic influence. I shall l probably a spirit of >re- i
the course fulscnne panygerick on the other ever
of be told that the is see that inconvenience would result the President,
first rank o-
fit men for tne political paper! comes of such a controversy, I would GEO. GRAHAM
,
to career, actuated by a praise- pen to a fair discussion of the merits from thisThere is the wish to be exempt from a farther participation Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office* '
desire of vindicating by- of the candidates, and! is as man who does not knov as well as in the present. One of the --.!.

vonhy the rights of )his country a- free to the; friends of the one as to any other that a Courtpf Appeals "SEVERAL VOTERS." Cantonment Clinch,Pentacola,

arms her foes, became a lover of .those of the other ; and I I would is necessary to a fair and satisfac- We think that our correspondent 18th /Virwarv, 1825. '
-ainst 'frI, "'ILL.receh-e proposals,'till the 20th
UeJjona and in -the lfield of Mars answer, that the scales in !which tory administration justice/ and has attached more consequence I tYIJ March ensuing,to furnish with Fresh

evinced his Warlike inclinations ; Rome's ransom was weigh were the law ? Theie is nj> Slate in the to the Editorial "we" than it deserves Beef the troops of the U. Armylhat are '

this is all Y ery well ; I feel) from probably just and hontst, but the Union, Georgia exempted, which and shall subject him in avery or may be stationed at or within the vici- .
inmost of soul an i haughty Gaul flung his swc.ttl l into has not a court of Ippeals ; dnd nity uf Cantonment Clinch,from the 1st
the very my slight degree to iuiti talis- of April next'till the 31st of March 1826 ,
While
is taken Col. ,
everlasting gratitude for every one of them, and they were (so no yet honor tf inclusive. :
roan who, through amor fiatria, longer. Upon this subject\ I do for his having discovered that we mantic influence" ; having' only to Tie! beef will required to, be of the

trusts his life to the chance of not speak reproachfully i The wanted d court of appeals, at a observe that it was the conviction best which the market can afford, and to :

combats; and whatever his station Editor has the same right to the time when we had it not that "he whose silence gives countenance be delivered to the trqops on two days in

in the army, it"W want: to organize enjoyment and the expression J of It is said that Gen. Call opposedthe to falsehood is little less a each week, the days to be designated
be for their
such quantity as requisite
may :
the militia 1 will vote for his his preference:, that any other citizen adoption of this memorial by traitor to truth than he who actu- rations on each day. :

promotion. Have we to fight, are can have. Myjjbject is to explain the Touncil.I If this te a fact, ally the error" which 1 I VersiinSjOttering to contract will please }
th. enemies landing on our shore ? the silence which has been and in all probability it is so,) no propagates I make their proposals in writing, sealed i

Jet R.K.Cdllcome \0 our head. But heretofore, and which will probably doubt Gen. C. had good reasons>> has prompted any remarks we and directed to me, stating, in a single

we are at peace, then will he be a be hereafter, preserved by the for his opposition ; for even in the have made on the essays of our bid will, furnish.the rate per pound for which they I

Sw-rveyor General, a Collector of'' fiends ofiour:: present Delegate.Two improved condition in which we correspondents. shall never A. W. 'Thornton Lt. -
:D find the memorial it is not without ,
Consul in fo- months ago a publication. observations fS5t.
a make
ptn>iic money, or a unnecessarily any -
erosl.inaccurac\e.1 \ Conjy. Subst.U.S.Arjny: ,.
TallaKaooco- itiv
made i5IarinW-fld .
11 most 'errullr lo w.o 'at < rIU1'1)OSC the IIJUnio.- -
vcifjft concerning C01
port
Not*,-Kb proposals will be received J
make of announcing that i Gen. such as, that from the Barancasto
all tit at say, yea-shall we tions which we publish ; the friends after the 1ih March,the-day previous to
? Call candidate for the point of Santa.Rosa Island on
him a Judge or a Law-maker Isay was again ? the one hl ited.
no :-an arbitrator of the na Congress.. It was found that a re- the opposite side of the entrance, of each of the candidates are equally 14

tion's fate ?no, no. At this moment lotLIlad been circulated, and had is but ilmcquaitersuf a mile, nt- welcome to use in a calm and TAKE NOTICE.

what do we want ? a man to sit in obtained general credit that our withstanding it hud been asc;rUinrd decent manner the columns of our Subscriber takes the liberty of 1
THE
the Areopagus of the nation, aman present Delt gate declined a \ re-f near a centuiy before that paper, without any comments be- the Citizens of Pcnsacola

who can bring into notice our lection. But for this, it is presumable the 1 distance was two miles and ;,p- ing made on. their articles ; and generally,|that he has for some. time past
contemplated leaving this visitto
would wards. city- on a
them that no necessity
wants and who can expose .I when v/e do findit -necessary to the North,for the ensuing summer,and
,
these
existed of him i Now it is admitted that all v ;
in the have declaring a -
:!o as to cause a sensation that he still intends to do so. He therefore ,
midst of our P TKKS CONSCIPTI 1 candidate. It would have been taken important measures have been.se- correct misrepresentations we avails'hhnselr of this opportunity of .

For this do we want a manwho for granted thai he was so, cured for the Territory by Gen. claim no superiority over "an expressing his unfeigned thanks for the ::

has trodden the Campwatchedfor from the fact of his not ,publicly Call as our Delegate to Congress, anonymous scribbler" except suchas favors conferred oa him during his resi- ,

the security of his troops or spentmany declining a re-election1. This] publication together with many otheis not less may be attached to the public dence the in public Pensacola that;he and expects would, without also inform 1.:
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night and defeat -,, stated in modest terms the iInJrant.) Yet the credit of his fail leave the '.
a surprise knowledge of the author.-Editor. to place as early as the first
the eiumj ? Or is it necessarythat services which Gen. Cull had rendered succet is 8aid to be due to Col.lVtiile. day of April next ; and should his former

our Amphytiouisl should to the Territory, and his / I leave my readers to customers<<; or others, wish any thing donein :;

have studied the inexhautible mine qualifications for serving us still perceive the ridiculous absurdity juua ISY Q his professional line ofPAINTING Iii;

where the treasures wisdom lay, farther, should the people! cjhoosc of the idea ; and will barely statean ;1

to find the means of "preventin again to eject him. It had rjanlly! analogous case by way 01' illus- Tovt of: 'PenSoa. such as chairs, carriages, or other orria- ,it

crime, restraining refractoriness, issued frqm th press when a; handbill tration. ISIy neighbor A comesto furniture mental or in sign the best painting manner; ,varnishing&c. &c. h ot:

-.protecting the weak from the oppression made, its appearance signed a me and informs me that my garden EJV7 BRED. will be very happy to attend their commands -\

of the strong, ensuring Friend to Justice, awarding to Col. wants weeding ; I admit that Feb.; 16th.-Schr. Angelina, Torsyth, with punctuality and despatch, i
virtue and humanity," and thus be IVliitet/icwlioje' credit of all the A'. opinion is correct, and ara du- Ne\Orleans, Consignee of CM go, NoahII. and on the most reasonable terms. :

enabled to "Accomplish the great services ever rendered by \ Gen. Iv obliged by' his admonition.IfuTlJ. .- Allen Saml. Patterson, John Gomez, W. Champlin. -
end of society, the happiness 'ol La// i Ins award was Inacje'up turns'ms '*" rrrtrix; "rrpayqinerpjcrrison-'sr' cookjaud the Pen9t'-cola, Feb. 16th 1825-tf. :
the from the following facts. Col. and actually clears the weeds out Captain. ,;

Among ptople.us, beie, who is the man Whicwasa member of the Council of the garden ; need I say to whom via 18th Key,-West Schr,,Consignees CarwanVyer Cargo, N.,James York PAPER WAREHOUSE.NO. 'ji

.whuw hi* studiousness has rendered in 1822. Whilst acting in that my gratitude: is due ; and when in Kushtonand the Captain.

.. legist, capable of conceiving capacity he was appointed one ofa due season my table is covered CLEARED, 4 CANJL-ST.n 7TIImrfrrT.it-'i'NEWORLEANS.JLi. i'I J fn

the ensemble and the details of a committee, of three to draft a memorial with the productions B's industry Feb. 14th-Sloop Jla1>all, Potter, Ha I t'.iZU1UtLiii I :f.I f.

code of LuvvsVho: is the man toCongress. In the: memorial would itnot seem very strange vana, Crv7, 34000 feet lumber, 46 kegs I I AV1NG opened as above, will have t :
and 17 bbls. tar and 15 boxes bark by the constantly.on hand, direct from the f ti
for A credit
whom deep reflection has rendered drafted and reported by to go about claiming manufacturers in f
master.-Passengers, Madame Bm and PennsylvaniaNew-Vork: t
a good observer of ,men, of institutions this committee, the Council' represent for the fruitfulness of my garden, Family: and Captain F. Oe1J tre. Connecticut and Massachusetts, an .ex I
and circumstances; ,, the necessity of opening a and proclaiming that but for his SAILED. tensive assortment of Paper of every description J tit

And cuablrd nim to set those three road from St. Augustine to P .tlsa- admonition it would have contin- Feb 15th.-U. S. Transport Schr. Flo- comprising following : '

levers ui the concordance, without cola, of establishing the seat: of ued a nursery for weeds only ?' rida, Baker, Tampa Bay, Carya, provisions fine Hoyal-and, Medium: and Demy and.Letter Printing Pa., U 'Iil:

which the great end of society Government at some central point 4 In your paper of the week before and :Military Stores.- by U. S. Quarter per, of all coarse kinds; Foolscap and qualities ; Double p, ,!k

cannot be ac.cump1ishedVho in .the Territory, and of re.-organ- last, it is stated, in substance, Master. Post, Medium and Royal coloured! Paper, .1 J'
Tor I have the before for Printers Bonnet Boards blue brown :;
is the man that his foreknowledge izingthe Territorial Judiciary.Col. ( not paper ; -
of the multifarious wants in a community White, (says his eulogist) me) that Gen. Call left the Territory Custom House, Pensaeota,t :nd white; binders' and band-box boards f ;U

has taught that the arms penned this memorial, anti \\G' n. with a determination not to January 14th 1824. 5 and stout wrapping iron Mongers'paper Paper of all;kinds Kentish; Post-cap :if'

of reason and persuasion alone, Call, who was also 'in the Council. be again a candidate for Congress. SAILING DIRECTIONS Office and marble paper; playing and ; 1

not boldness, can insure public opposed it. Now it may be true, That a knowledge of this circum- For Vessels bound into Pensncola. blank cards of every kind ; ruled paper j!

happiness Who is the man that, or it may not be true, that Co). W. stance inducedthe friends of Col. coming from the Eastward: Various kinds and sizes, &c. &c. it:, .
VESSELS
memorial. There iwere White to solicit him to offer in 7 fatho is water, until All the above named articles will be \
to a profound logic to create arguments penned ; !
the Light House bears by Compass N. kept on hand, or procured to'meet the femand.
with him in that Col. \V had no sooner complied -
others
adds the most potent two employed : '
by w. when they can stand in i for the bat: f. ,
.rhetoric lo ornament those argu- lhat service-who they were 1 never with their solicitations, than until in 3; fatliom, which i U the sJoalest- BLANK BOOKS. : !;

:mciKs with the graces of u pleasing I. knew or' have forgotten ;1| and soine desiguaiigindivicluuls; from; water on the bar at low water, with the- A large assortment of ever) description ;
eloquence ? i'hat man is JcwphM. until the publication of mis handbill : unworthy motives, again urged )light. fariilg-1f.bv.vr. Afterarriiing ..n. procured direct from an extensive. n anu- II' .;;

Win.e ;. he is the man of our 1 presume the people of the ( mn. Call forward as axandi'late. the 'agreeably to the above directions. factury, always on hand, together with every I :

present wants, truman to insure Terri'ory were in the same blissfui The conclusion from'all! which is, end you of must St....then Uosa steer Island N.bears vr. until:K. by the s.s.and w. article in the-Stationary'line.BOOKS. .1

amongst; us virtue and humanity,, ignorance of Col. White's participation asl presume, thai Col. \V. ;val induced the Light House.. w.-\vhen you can .

to accomplish) he great end of society in it. Bat suppose he : to present himself bcfore.lhe. steer for the.Light until within the Island D. c.H. being .concerned in publish Ii
the happiness of the people wrote the memorial ; (and candor. I people, only that-he might be mor- when you can Haul up into the passage ing books at the Northward,- has in storean //81'
and steer for the bay.free of danger. extensive collection in the various'de ,'
I hatfe, 1 believe, rendered unto obliges me to admit, that hs can lified by their rejection of his "
The above directions are applicable for partments Literature. ;.particularly It!
"Cscsar the things that are Cacar write even heller nan any parttof claims upon their suffrages. As large vessels coming from the westward School &. Childrsn's Books.

*>>;" let us render unto ourselves that memorial is written ) Suppose such a conclusion would be,.. dero- with the exception, that they need .not His stuck will be replenished by that 1'1
let it underwent .amendments to the reputation & painful in than 5 fathoms watei. I.
the thing that is ours j gatory keep more earliest conveyances;and libraries, coun :
Us elect for our Delegate he who in Ihe Council, but was transmitted lo the feelings of Gen. Call and Small vessels drawing not more than 14 try merchants and teachers can be sup- '

is, no the second beat, but the very to its destination precisely: in his friends ;;))1 beg/leaveo&ay that, feet steer can bring for it the in the light night to bear until N.within wand plied. On, the most reasonable terms.
from the extensive
exercise the right the shape in which it was reported although positive proof generally [anchor Orders for Type,
beat and thus half mile! rf it, ,where they can foundry of George Bruce, New-York,
which belongs to every Elector in. ; and. even then upon what required';of every positive fact, with an'off. shore ,ind. But if thehave will be,received by ..C.'H. .

free America, that of ground is my gratitude due to Col. and therefore your correspondentought fair.wimif hey can steer 1;. by jr. until Ball, Skins and all kinds printing Ink,
wheVe
INDEPENDENCE.P. While ? 1 might go on to admit himself tu provide:the evi- sheltered by St. Rosa Island, theycan for.sal&as. above.. .
in good harbour until daiijIit. I
anchor a .
2, 1825. that he did his duty faithfully.' dence; yet I possessed with such -" .
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P. S. Though not a word is That, except in one or two in>tan- proofs as clearly shew, that the :: The ebb tide sets 8.- w. and, the flood STONJSFfave : ...., ,:. I
hrrc said concerning General Her- ces, his course,of conduct in that facts from which the\a6ove\ men- N. which: should,be carefully observed .eeived per Schrr Emblem,'.from '
nan l'z, our former Delegate let Council is perfectly, to myself; at tioned conclusion is deduced, never by all vessels coming in,as the ebb will JULNew-York, and Tom Shield*, froxji .

it not be inferred that it is through least, satisfactory ;' that he was avery had existence, otherwise. than carry you on the .cameos shoal and middle the KeW'Qrleans.BbU. .
Hood: sets directly in over the. .flour superior Duality
Unconsciousness of the services *tc .iye and useful member.But .- as the coinageof the -overheatedzeal I'
ground. 'IlO0do.Wbiskcy, .
which he has rendered, or a want this is ni to my purpose.' of your correspondent. These A. W.; Hamilton 30 kega'Lard' ,
of gratitude for those services ; the The grievances stated in this me- (proofs I cannot exhbhlo, a news- ,Cdllector. 10 firkins butter fl'

question was between Mr. Call morial, to wit : the want of a road, paper but I. leave: you my- ame in 45r12w.Vrmt'tind. '... ,. 50bagscofiee! .. ,
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and I have of order that. if sKoiild be required -- : .30 sacks Liverpool ground salt, .
and Mr. White only, the want of a central seat government ,proofs .

presented them alone; bUt, though and of a re-organization: it"maV I ,'be-'kno_ .r>>._wti. J where, i they. Ornamental. ,,ft-reet; j 5 kegs. .tobacco,Au;... .. '" j '
deprived of a personal acquain- of the Judiciary,. were all severelyfelt : al'eto be .found. .' ,? } :..., f e." 11"I packages domestic- plaads and strpe!#
tance with General Hernandez, I and loudly complained :of.- I. I .wish vibe: 'distinctly understood I shirtings, linens and' a variety of other ar4
profess for his political characterthe The only\merit which the authors 'as ejxe'frfptiiigCpl. White' cthi.is@z t cle.s..whib;; with theirforrnerstockril1be .

utmost reverence, from what of the !memorial can claim! is, that from all participation1! in the!% im-. F miniEO( of ew-York the Unncaut,offer. to taDlc the offered found in superior this market.to any' assortment_ ever- .

:I know, as well as for his 'mora). of haying put down 10' tolerably .yosiiion tliu' attempted to beprac- : GaMeD,ne: :coUe onWir 'December. 3d, 1824
usual t
character, in consequence of what; plain prose, the s-htiments! and iced upon \ihe'public.:i tithe of public his : .
1 have heard from respectable wishes of--those about them. The' his segacUy; wojiJdf l ; have enabled :i Trees, Flow ring' Shruba. andwPlants ::Exchange onT ety1c.-

friends. f' Legislative" 'Council was by I law to your correspondent.:tq/orfcsee thathil Bulbous .Flower. roots, 'ORaalein, sums,'to. loit.. ",purciaser II'
It is but justice to the author of the be composed of thirteen members; story would>be contradicted and-near. one thousand sjpecies .....LbyJan.l4tb ,- I

preceding communication to state, thatit but a'bare! maj9zy'of; that. number and his assertiopa.f ru ed. :j ofGrcen House Plautsam9.ngv.lucbtb Coffee; the are S, Jle-.' lsb t..

paper was hxiided of: the 5lh to irist.us -for Editor.DELEGATE insertion._ in our 1 believe, attend d.,The,I.Tleth. In your last paper: itis attempted. Green'and Olive,the'Bohea Crnnam.Oflithe Teethe; Black Pepper, ... 1825.. :: J'...:: :1" ., ''.. .,... .

bers froni*St. Augustine ,came to to he made to.iappearby_an arucle'ov .Catalogues ot whica may be ,' y ..
Pensacoli 'by ;sea ;. orithein passage r the'signature'of F. ; tljat the .warty Ecc. &c. calling oa the Editor.of'lhul paper JoB'.FU1'I.. .t l' ,.t_ 3-
TO CONGRESS. I aid ntrpductiofrintb: the Hbusc< f Representatives for the Proprietor, 'who will Exec1Jttd Wiui l1 eS a.' .
shipwrecked agent ... .
1\11\ they were ,,
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5ut\T-l fully \ uof eIeft with .; ;':"f } ,..
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ltir breadth escape"from i\e. .a ... .
.the. great disadvantages under I made a < : hihv Oct. 4 .33--'tu. .J} :! _J' I--q.. ..;.. :
Vfhichan advocate for Gen. Call. I dro*D ng. The. necessity of an l ;1 : that 1 _p- '. ',. .' ...)-. ;) s. .' : ..-- ,..,,' ,....,....'-.:,'...." ,. ,. .i-t-''''' ..c..,. ., '.-. ..'.;' ..',.,. .
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>; 4 AN.o-R INA E" bv inch 'pttron, thall. if practicable, be my i ---"tet', thedbefdXC'. .1 .:: n.' :' T ttiE ). I 1 r.., .' 'P.\w {\ ,, .

raised from the lease or calei of one of theestates nv- .trlte rl*aYlpg Jf naw" : 1 Ca"itQflor r" lAl .r,4U AeA' &., "' ,
:& rater the City .:. ; 'flttrtker Ordainfdf That '
a&ttxnueftr vtt tfthe ;
if 1
J and That; whenever 7'1 'UC' .
;. j: 4fPenac.Za.: ,slaves ahall Prtdtdfurther be distrained, they,shall whemf in the.1'u. ector.,,bi [IA'iII1E Oommissionen.ppoil ted.u eo 'Weeiuy ( ; '
. : ;i. under i 8
ARTICLE L jiible to taxes and Council
pay the Governor
thetax Pt30ri :
not 1>e sold if they can b bred for fsa an act
f 1 BE it ordained by the 'Ttoard bJ.t14n-. _and costs,for:any tChn not exceedingone :1; co. Kail be *unable to pay the ,. of the Territory of Florida, will .on the ORZZfrftLzarizI JYlori

Hi! ,. .ncn.ftJie YtgsfiPcumculaTliat, i year. "SIUD ;; $ball be the dirty of the o.tlector. first Monday of April next proceed to toll ..o.

I"I ; a the month-of January in caciiyear, three [6. JJadbeitftrfher Ordarnrd That on ; to relJrtthe circumstances in writing to in the principal square,to the highest bidder IttigtUtt't. ..

t hi comroissionere sliall Ve 'appointed, who acHing personal property the Collector 1 the Bdrd of Aldermen that such reliefmayfo the Iota Tallahassee ; the plan of I N soliciting the patron ,-
j ah\U.be freeholders, whose it shall a/Wrcumstanrces may t1qwre. :- onE hundred and I I ** .
duty
'I' : ; shall advertise: the distress ten days previous granted which -embraces sixty roupubficin the laudable .*tq
. ,J ; c1 "be to receive a'list-of taxable Property of : to the day of sale, by putting,tip advertisements .) all acres land, and will be submitted on diffusing local ie ** <
: {- ,$ !: 'every description from each and every iiihtbiunt. at Three conspicuous places & '.htuUe further Ordained That, application and on the days of sale, for the mong the citizens of thiriX1'**<

kg l kt1''; and to'assess the value j.of real. inthe: city-And on relUhg orienting real (formelordmances or parts of ordinances,. formation of purchasers. The terms rishing,Territory the Edi'orJ
,!, estate within t Abounds of the corporation forraifing a re venue in the cilyof Pensa said six cent diffidence and t
.: estate I' : who shall be entitled to ten Mian advertise the same once a week, for four cola, fe and the same are hereby repealed 'advance on cost of each lot ; the residuein ways attend the commencement, "",

r each es compensation for their services. weeks, previous to the day ;of sale or : Provided, That nothing in,.. this ordinance ; three equal, annual instalments and enterprise, the termination of t ,
,
;; 2, ..1ml,be it further (trilainrd, That it lease in onre newspaper published in the ihall be 30_consrfued, as prevent the lots and individual secnrity held bound volved in the uncertainties of trbieb t.nit"--: S

_ Jd.' Sliall be the duty of the Secretary of the city and if no paper be published' in the the Cdjectors;, of taxes for the years 1823 for the payments, on the completion of Yet, feeling solicitous be f !:
.. l Hoard to furnish the Commissioners, as & 182 frem completing the collection of U3d'u1t
4k i i city. then by putting up advertisements ; which, titles willbetoadetothe respective community ey avail tbempresentauspiciouspe.j ?
'i oouu us possible, witk the assessment tie sameagreeably to the ordinances then L
: therein.
Tolls of the and also with at three conspicuous places I owners. inUjT in&
. '.f I : preceding year, 7. And be it further Ordained, 'l'batre- existing. Tallahassee is situated about nineteen eta new and growmg> country. o',

,\, ; ;: blank rolls for entenng the following i- sident owners shall have a right to redeem F. H.' Nisbet, miles north of St. Marks near three navigable the patronage and support of ;:
Terns of taxable wit
property, to : slaves or real estate thus"ired, lowed PrctidcntvftAe Board.. streams, in a fine fertile country, of the interior, to a Ne\\'s.-Pa t
*
, "::1 1, t: Slaves Houses, and Lots, ;or sold, during one year from' the time Apptrred, 31st January, 1825. growing sugar cane and sea.i land cotton, portancc and utility of which:'if et"the.A :

'i of such lease or sale, on repaying to the and watered by a never failing stream and conducted, DO one will be .,

,:;";1 .t f'! 'our Dearborns wheeled pleasure-carriages,v purchaser money, tndjtfty per cent. on John Jerrison, fine springs.Public. question.The _
tbe''amount of the tax and costs and pay. Mayo resources of this delightful
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I' "4 Two wheele pleasure carriages, Buildings. sec
: j :: Horses and mules, + ing';,for all improvements which may have Attest, The Commissioners will be prepared to of the country, its! contigwty i0 tbt Gut ot
: been made on real estate. Non resident Mexico, and to a fine
i :! 4 S. JxdbeitfirrtherQTtkuned, That,the N. S.PARMANTIER, -re ceive proposals, immediately) after the back country :
oWDe-rs have under
shall to releem also its
a right Georgia, as central
. c ,(,i : fiscal year shall commence on the first Secretary. sale ofthe lots ot Tallahassee, for the erection situatOJ; "
I the restrictions
. ., ; ; '. ::,' day January annually, and all property same' of during two years of one wing of the public buildings spire the pleasing expectation, that JJJ
the lease sale.
I t I' from day or become a place of jJ ?
considerable [
shall be assessed the name of the j
1 ;: person STATE OF ALABAMA to be durable materials. Persons
That for
8J And be further Ordained tance, as well as the centreof
',f or persons holding the same, on the who be to undertake a work refin
Collector COVlNGfON COUNTY.Suit may disposed
I selling personal property, the and clence in Florida.> '
t ,10 first day of February in each ye.u.nd
considerable would do wellto
j : shall be entitled to the same tees:, as are in Chancery for Divorce.John : importance, The FLORIDA IxTEttietrrsx '
: t J: it shall be the duty of the commissioners attend. A plan will be submitted for Bed
allowed constables for similir services iI-
; to be vehicle of local and
:- ; appointed as aforesaid, to complete the Dimond 1 the information of those interest -
'II' 1 aid for selling, I leasingor.hiring real estate Covingtollf. Alabama, persons formation, and accessible to all sennit
; : assessment and make return thereof to 't"I.
ed, and none need apply, who not
slaves and for &. acknowledging 'CWCUit Court'IT may ,
or making who be desirous of d
f ij j the Hoard Aldermen, on or before the LvzzaDirnond. j be enabled to give satisfactory securityfor may cwsing '
deed or lease the sum of two dollart ofa
public nature or of comrr.uniSJ
, j t x. <;first day of March ensuing. appear 1g to the satisfaction of said the faithful performance of his con
if and such deed
.. and cents*, or
;' ;: 4. Jlnd be further Ordained, That on f fa tint the defendant in this case tract. scientific researches and literary ?
0 lease shall be recorded within month
, I ii' 'a return of the assessment, it shall be the one\ is not a resident-of this State it is there- But all personal and invidiouruisputaioi

J i j !f.: Uuty of the Secretary to make up the tax from the day of its execution. fore ordered that, unless the defendant in Robert Bufler, ) every diversity of attack on private 'cha;..

',... ," .,1 ;! roll for the collector, by adding to each ARTICLE III. this case appear and pkatl answer demur Thos. H. Peiin racter shiJl be suppressed.This .

I' i r i 4tem of taxation, the .following rates, to \. fInd le it further Ordained That a to the complainant's bill of complainton paper is not to be devoted to *

,, r t: .t Wit : Treasurer shall be appointed annually, or before the first day of the next term Ambrose Crane, man or to subserve the purpose of a fc -

::' On all houses and lots the property of who previous to entering upon his duties of the slid Court, that the bill be taken Tallahassee Dec. 13th, 18243-i-3m. tion, to laud one or depreciate another_

4 .' : I -- persons residing within the limits of thecorporatiOn shall take an oath faithfully to' dischargethe pro confisso : and that this order be published -. The,feeting. of every in i"iduafroslthe

I ,, ';!: twenty-Jive exits on each one same, atilt shall give bond 'with two or once a week for two months. MARSHAL'S SALE. humblest to the most exalted, sbouJJ..ic

':, .f'f ,r: jiitndred'dolfart of'h,value thereof.f more sufficient suretics in the sum of t-xo Attest, inviolate and secure. And the Pr&.
.. >U m U lM MBr>B mud lltic : lulITU t\T -CUm.ed while under control .
-t.-yrn.-/ iiHar9, payable to me Tnaywr QaD11. Dntl-.kint Maria Malta, tx'tx. of the lasflwill our shaH nev.degraded he
, by persons residing without tbe limits and his successors in office for the use of and testament of JaymeBarcdo to the sacrilegious purpose f
: ;: <>f the corporation thtrty-f.vc cents on each dIe Ct'k Cit. (:'t Covington Cy. deceased. moral and
ri" City,conditioned for the faithful, per- 49 8t.NOTARIES .. :, invading religious stttumtntv
, 't ", one'hundred dollan of the value thereof. fjrniance of the duties assigned him i and vs. or converted to an engine domestic discord

On all slaves) above the age often and shall be entitled to three per cent. on all PUBLIC. Francisco G. Arrovo and Francisco and internal dissention. Its pouticb

,: : under fifty years, one ilollar. monies by him received, in full for his de JontesExecutorsofFrancisco wilt be Republican, while the asperitiet

. ". -, On each four wheeled'pleasure carriage services. OTICE IS HEUEBY GIVEN, That : Caso Y Luengo and recriminations parties, as far u po>.

3 ; including horses, ten dollars. 2. 3nd be it further Ordained, That it the undersigned are the only Notarial deceased, and Francisco Ca- sible, will be avoided. '

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.-: I t '", iiorse cr mule,Jive dollars. the following avocations,to pay to the citv of Pensacola.y. p Y virtue of an execution in this case immediately conveyed to Taliahaae

A On each two wheeled pleasure carriage Treasurer per annum for hcense the following S. Parmantier. 1) 1 shall proceed to sell at PUHUCAUcTION (where one of the firm now resides,)log

., ,t i i'' including; one horse or mule,Jive dollar sums ; but licenses may be taken E. Caro. Joseph
" 41 On all horses or mules not otherwisetaxed quarterly or scmi-annually at the same March next, in front of the Court Housein as soon as a sufficient number of subczj.

: :, three dolk;.. rates, to"wit : February 11th, 1825: ;9-3 w. this city, between the hours of 10 A. ben are obtained; which it is hoped ici

* =) Three copies shall be made of the tax For license to keep a single Billiard : Mand2 P.M. expected will be the month of NorY. "

. ;* toll, one of which shall be delivered to the table 'O" LAST NOTICE.Ncorniequence .
M thirty doUart, : : The Lot & C 0 ND ITIO NS.
Buildings
. : y Collector by the first day of April annually For license to keep two Billiardtables 1 of the death of the late ,

. '- one to the'Treasurer and one shall re- at the same place, fifty cia I. \ I_ Mr. James B. Selby, it has become ne E ; !! No. 283, The Fw<
':. 1 main in the Secretary's office. ZcZ"I, : ; : 1 i50 ccssary to bring the business of the firm :: ,on Intendencia street in the City published on a large royal sheet at Fire

.J:! \ 5. Md be it furifier Ordained, That For license to keep three Billiard-ta- >, of J. B. SELBY Co.to final close 35 of??PensacoU, containing 80 feet fronton Dollars per annum, payable in adraoce.
4 :' whenever the commissioners shall have cticable. It is necessary that this rule be
; bles at the same place, sixty dollars early as pr TIIERKrXKE, all aid street,by 170 feet deep. iscuii&tj
d', I: made a return of the assessment, public those indebted to the concern arc notifiedto complied with and it is boptd'that'aJJwho

. i,']' notice tlicreofsIiall be given by the Secretary For license to- keep; a bar: in :such :es- 60 come forward and close their accounts Benj.lryman, D. M. sign, will consider its importance.
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, ; : ,and the return so made shiJ 'rei hmentsAflt't'7l dola-t 15 forthwith,as a longer indulgence need For Wm. Sebree, M. w. F. Advertisements be inserted at cst

i i 'V main ojen. subject to the inspection of a- For license to keep a Shuffle-board not be expected. Person having claims Nov 30th 1824-39-Iam1m.iHE .- dollar for the first publication of.ererj

It : I *s \ fly person interested! for t\\'o weeks from and a bar, thirty dollar, : 30 I against the firm will be paid on presenting twelve lines or under, each subsequent
*' the date of notice, from to 6 P. M. tlte same. insertion fifty cents.
:; ; t ai For license to I
, ; keep a tavern, bar i in- \,
'n' the ollice sand .C., The stock hand of price of Flour being 6 dollars Any person subscribing and payingfiz
. Stcretarj-'s; ,Saturday unt' eluded, where at least six beds on consisting Dry-
,: \''!; ;" lays excepted ; and any person uisliingI i and stabling for six horses i'i Goods and Groceries, Hardware and Cutlery J 33J cents, the weight of the bit five copies,shall receive the sixth gratis,

I .II I i 1:,li to appeal from tht assehsnieut cf the con provided for the accommodation are j\ Crockery, Glass, Stone and Tin ware, loaf of bread shall be for these two weeks Editors are requested to insert tb.

I: I ; missioners, nuiy file objections in writ'ing' travellers, Jifteeno&'atv, : 15 -.U b-o ..hI .i .i'u<< &MIvwen ,.. ".. pr tmIC .Ifi nunr.es. Prospectus in their respective pipers,*nj
.I ; w : with the Se\.rct.u'y. For license,to keep a tavern whereI I cost, for cash, cotton or approved endorsed By order of the J/ayor, to assist us in obtaining patronage. Ow

'. : :,;( ,'; 6. .indbeiift.lherOnlai ed, That allappe1s beds and stablinjc are not provided \ paper at 60 and 9days.John N. S. Parman tier, friends generally, will confer a foror bJ
I shall bL acted the Hoard Jerrison Jimr. forwarding the names of subscribers with-
dt., upon by as above required, thirty dol &cr tary.
! 4 i } at its first session after the expiration of cut delay.
4
\ 1ar:1 i : : : op Jgcntfor the Concern. 1st, 1825.
February CO"::: Please direct for the present to Q
,
: .;, :1 the time allowed for that purpose ; Provided For license to retail goods, wares or \ January 14th, lS25.453w.SrOSE -
4 place,or to Tallahassee.Gordon .
; !'S1 ncverthcle, That when any personS merchandise, where the stock in

;:".. : shall have been sick, or absent. or shall trade bhall not exceed one thou \ & iNlSBET.AVE STATIONARY. Crane & Co.

g : ;, &how good cause for not having taken an sand dollars,five dollai I, : S nrt. receded Schr. Caravan (UST received and for sale at the Pen- Pensacola, 13th October, 1824.

': I ,;, appeal during the time' prescribed, the For license to retail goods wares or \ from New-York per and J sacola Book Store a small assortment -- ..
' .. are now
l \. board-shall!, at its discretion hear the an-. wnere open of PENSACOLAJUST
merchandise. the stock l
S in handsome of
. : ing, a assortment goods suit
peal at any other time. trade shall be over one thousand.and ed the viz Quills superior quality
f to : : ,
season ill@)<
That ifany l
7. -frw/ be further Ordained, S3 mm
less than two thousand & !-
dS ) ", All. packages fine cutlery, knives,.aei.t .- Letter-Paper '
shall in the commissioners
1t give to ,
i / person fraudulent list of taxable lars, ten dollars, : ': : 10 >- SON &.r.. and plated wares, received per schooner Canni
,
a property Wafers
shall fail render For license to retail goods wares 2 cases GanthePs boots, fine calf Brogans ct from New-York,an addition tithe
to
or or neglect a
or merchandise, where the stock : and ladies' slippers, Wax and former supply books
\ Sealing v&fc
among
and faithful iiet of such
. 1 true property, at
in trade .
ball be
two thou.
over the
7 menVand boy's hats, assorted are following :
\ cases .
ordinance the
L1 the time required by this Office
sand and less than four thousand Tape.
shall forfeit 1 case flannels, kerseys and fellings, St. RoBJ \Ve\\bytnea9tnor\ ofjrgfaty'
,
or so offending -
S j person and persons for the use of tile city the i dollars,fifteen dollars, : : 15 1 case stout knit half hose, netts &. caps, W. Hasell Hunt. .Bidingfield's Medical Practice,
,
L pay dollar be recovered before For. license to retail goods, wares or S cases cloths and cassimeres assorted, 4th Feb. 1825. Franklin's Journey to the Polar Seas
sum of twenty :. to '
.. merchandise, where the stock in 1 case mixed and blue sattinetts, assort' Hajji aba'a Adventures,
' mag2stratehaving jurisdiction.
Ir any -
shall exceed four thousand
tmdp ed, Waldo's Naval Heros
; R71CLE II. Prose b.y a Poe\
; 5 dollars, t.cenqdolk-", : : 20 4 cases ready made clothing, superfine Book Keeping &c. Songster's Museum, Salem Witcbcrf1Coleman's ,
; 5 t 1. And te it further Ordained, That- a For license to retail vinous
spirituous
blue, black and coloured coats, do. person acquainted withBook Keeping Anecdotes,
Collector) of taxes shall be appointed annually liquors, less than one quart frock mixed do. blue A in ;
V I coats military .fc various branches, will postor Egan's Sporting Anecdotes,
I who previous to entering upon his thirty dollar, : : : 50Tor black and coloured cloth and cassi- I adjust books, copy accounts or instru. Gregory's Chesterfield, 2 'roT,.

!F' ''! I duties shall give bond with two or more license to confectioners within \ mei-e pantaloon ttinvtt 'lo. silk, ments of writing, at the shortest notice, Charlotte's Letters to Wirter,
i'i'IV of
sufficient sureties in the sum 116 the limits of the irzdcjfeen dolloft toilineit and CAsmeesu.: &c. &c. on reasonable terms. Apply 'this office. Humornort'snew collection Anec&WSr
L j thousand dtiltart, payable to the Mayor and .
: : : : : 15 5 ooda cnibric
: cases
: I fancy fitints, Feb. 4th-48. Le Sage's Devil on Two Sticks, -
: his in office for the use of the
successors I For license to hawkers and pedlars f1ncrobes, linen cambric cravats, Li, 2yrouse'sVoageLIving PlajsS'"9

U (: city, conditioned for the faithful performance goods, wares, or merchandize, I fine Irish linens, bombazettes, gen- New Robinson Crusoe
of his engagements, and he shall receive : twelve tto'Uirs, : : : 12 i tic men's fashionable cravats, fancy T'ELlo \ ,
in full for services, five per cent. : For license for cart or worked robesLadie silk black Phillip's Speeches, Tytler's Element
every wagon bags, t PAPER devoted exclusively to for Tales of My Landlord, 3d Series,
S on the amount collected. dray, including horses or mules Stocks &c. &c. -
and
S.S .Lteign news, literary compilation.is I Scott's Ladyofthe Lake
. t 2. .Jlnd'he.t ju.'IhnOrt'air.tJ, That on kept for hire, fve/t: dollars, 12 I 3 bales tow price shirting, published weekly in the"city of New- Walker'slThree 2 vb.
Spaniards,
.the first day of Aprilannually; the Collector For license to auctioneers, ten per cent. 1 case good quills' York. Besides the ordinan record of political Butler's Farmer's Manual .
S shall commence the collection of the ,
_..: on the amount of their Cbinmhui'mt. And db events abroad the Albion .
I republishes Barbauld's
L 1 taxes ; and shall call' once at leL'4t. at the auctioneers shall charge to the owners, a variety of ot'tcr goods in store, such as atlength, the debates of the British Lessons with Entertainroents iotrerIJda2IDepping's
*,j # residence of each taxable inhabitant ; and :or the use of the city, one cent the blantets Evening's
per on
wool hats
ncjshoes cottoncards all
; Parliament, on important subjects qj
i4 he shall ; Ewings: Geography, Gregory's Leg
the end of month '
at over -
every pay amount of all sales, which they shall. pay &.C. jc.";,. and the decisions of the English Courts,
to the Treasurer all the monies he t Locke's & Bacon's Essays,
: t over, as hereinafter required, to the City
Nov. 13th -1824.
incases interest.
, have collected. Treasurer. general Its literary Hodgdon's Letters, Linnet Song Book
.: may selections are made from all _the Life
I 3. -id be it further Ordained That 3 .indbe' prominent Franklin, Washington's LZfCWatson's ,
: further Ordained That the The u'bsc ine
magazines& of the London
k? 1: there shall be allowed to :all: persons A\,ho Treasurer, on receiving the tax imposed ; journals Philip 2d and 3d,2 rob.Hawes I' I'J
Presses
4. shall'Pay their taxes on or before the first on licenses shall give a receipt for the HAS j-.ist received: from New Orleans is Life of Newton, PutnaU'5Bonaparte's
I The ALBION
S :, c of une, a discount offive per ctnf. and slm'hich shall be delivered to the Scho/oier Angelina, published every Saturday Life,

I all taxes which shall remain unpaid after Secrcjaryjwho} han make an entry there. SSbbU.. Cincinnati Whiskey, on fine paper, in the quarto imperial Astley's Cooper's Lectures,
and is '
form forwarded b
the Southern
; the ftrst of shalibe 1st quality Orleans ; ) Ferrier's Meoical Histories,
; day August subjected ,of, and issue, a license/w of expense. Sugar, mail of the same day.
14 do.
molasses lul'r.l\$1Iiteri3.
S 1 -.Jill toanadditrnnotcnpercen_ :. 4. 3nd be it .further OrJaiud.. That received Medica
Subscriptions at the
Office
;A; S 4. ,.,liidbe itfurther Ordained, That after auctioneers before obtaining nse, shall 15 do.jLoUisville steam mill flour the Pensacola of I Phillips on Indigestion,

S the 1st day September, the Collector give bondjwith! two good safeties 5 do. ,best prime pork, Tt. Six Gazette.Dollars 1: Baudelocque's Midwifery,
beauthorised distrain payable 25 boxes .inould xs- per annum, payable Toller's Law ,
1' shall to for TaIl to,the;Mayor and his successors in"of candles in advance. Executors,
S (axes' which shall then remain unpaid, lice for the use of the city, in the sum of 9 quarter bbls. buckwheat meal, >> Blackstone's Commentaries 4 t.,i.
The
i :i withtheadditionofenperceut. and if he fiveaumlr.d dollan conditioned for the 5 kegs salmon, Oj present volume ?is embellished Bishop Home on the Psalms, .

t'1I 1 thall-neglect to distrain by the first day payment of all taxes accruing on salesmade 5 do.>>tobacco, discoveries with a Map: of the Polar Sea and recent Marshal's Friend's Family,&c- &c. tt.

: October, he with his sureties shall be liable by them. They shall keep regular 6 bOles iFlinn's cider, .Captain Parry; a Map of 'WRIeD,
kl L 1: to pathe amount not collected, ex. books in which fair'and correct entries ; :100 do Cologne water the country between Lakes: Erie and On. together with the stock heretofore CB
in where be For sale at his tore corner Palafbx and tario, with the projected Wclland Canal, hand extensive anaIff*
f cept cases no property can shall be made of all sales ; which said and other composes a very
} found, and all property so distrained shall books shall be exhibited to the Treasurer Intendencia eL engravings. neral assortment xrf" books, :-tad 'will *

ii ; be offered at public auction us hereinafter atthe, end of every three months, at 4. : : F. Pasquier. sold at the Ne"rork prices for csb.--j

; I fit ',. provided. whicli time they shall pay over. to him all J. 2d; 182544 If Territory Florida, ) Country Mercliants public or pn' ySte_.
: S 5. Jlnd b* further Ordained, That the taxes lue by them. County Court. Libraries furnished m the most hD'

4 i: collector shall! first distrain ,personal -proptrtyi f S. tnd be further- doited, That the : Mail. !Arrangement. County of Escambia,JOctober terms, and such books as are Ordeed'

t% : ,' : I :if such: cannot be found,. slaves Treasurer shall keep regular books in 1-TtUE on Thursday aMO A. M. Term, 1824. are not oh hand, will be procured witkaJ

I tdiMtb next distrained ; and lastly real which shall|be entered a correct account (JiI 1 Close oni Friday at 1 P. M. ON motion of Adam Gordon Esquire, little delay possible. Orders from a

I4 estate, which dull he leased to that bid. of all rnoni received. or' paid. by.him 5 ; I RObert: Mitchell. Acting Attorney for the Territory of distance willbe promptly ,attended t*

j4 der who will advance the tax, and -cots and it; shall' be his duty to furnish_the i > Florida, ORDERED, That a Rule be entered and meet with the same liberality' II a

i I.V: : due,thereon; for the shortest period. If Board of Aldermen, ;. rheneverrquimd f j i : i: Post,.Master. against the defaulting Grand and personal, application.W. .

i $ i the property will not reutfortne, :amount with a>full statement of his accounts. : ,'J( TVnsacoIa! J,n..7th, 1825-44- Petit Jm-ert' to appeLfat the next term or Hasell'Hunt

S .due; on a*lease of one rear, it shall then 6. find,be tf'further Ordainfd, That ildinance ftnyperoior :HI1A.'i t BOOKS.STreceiveijilorsile this Court, and shew cause, if any ,they .

: iit "be'told to the highest bidder,and:; ,the overpjus >> ; person reqtured.byjhis or-; \ have,whv they should not be 'fined for July 29th 1824. ," ,
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if an v, sWlbC aid to the owner to take out license from,the Cor. Qlrta'Bnok .:; > at the Penxaco- their said default ; the ,Grand Juror in

: S, 'crbiigehtjfkTnon j ifnot known, ,it poratipri oflhis city, shall pursue his, her StoreJ thesuaorjV/tewXottneach, and the W. HASELL HUNT, ..

shall be put to use by order of:the' Board or.their avocation without having first obtained A.1ewf Ledgers, Petit Jttrtrt in the sum of Tern Dollar draw deeds, bills of salt, Pj

.j :. i -of Aldermen till the owner appear. Pro nehj license or if any retailer, or Day Books eachi ,And it is further Ordered That a. WILL of attorney bonds '&c. *

S t tided-braxnxr: .that: ,when'_,it. shall be : vender, 'goods,,wares or merchandise copy of the above rule be published ia most approved forma, and attend tovother

,i ; Bcodairy to,tell "real estate; tuch partt&ereofo&ly I hall refuse ,to give in to the Trea.surer.the Journals, the Pensacola Gazette, six ;weeks&icce writing which may be committed-

I ahull *be sold yhere: 'a, divi- i I amount of,theirstock: in trade, or shall Letter Books aud.. sie1y.. A true Copy from the Record, him,- itb promptness and acc371,.Ton

ii r aon,caa be made*as is ncceearv to pay'I render,a fraudulent account thereof the : Attest, reasonable ,tern ; his S1U.

I Ii the Ux' xl cc J,and Provided'atsa, That : person or persons so offending, shall 'for t Children's.oPl'' Books. : John- Miller 'Cik.byWJlasellUunt Ibedcrk't office renders an appb

.M ; trheuthe, sine penon: shall own more feit and payfor; the use of the city double 4 .. 'V.,'Has ll, Hun to him convenient for those who mar::

I ipMW .wthc whole amount owing3tL' the amount of the liceiws to which they .3OthI84i' I : D. C.Noy. about to execute any instrumentf ef .--

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