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Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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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: March 5, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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hereby S1leill be held t\1reLaml.Ot1ice, A s pen 50 >vt>ftd'rousT trbngv it ; ;l funii i4 rUDO, '\ ee* UJ" 'n'' t irli ftwn personal *> TaLt.* 4." .

at pl1blic TAiiiHitsK, in Florida, on, tire tuifd3Iond That \h htrh"Iwdw fimncd' in dcept, The general! "Kfcttool: :nd, !is } i i : f ,b1 as bogtnb

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the Meridian.1, south line.lando1'tIt'ffl&flget. Range > Oh woman, deateW balm oflife .," were c.tiie&totbis'futitl. [ : and that laiddoWn itb1h : 'he .. ,

uo do And fcolacftr: j-or our tare* ."j, 4Withnitt p 's _t" r h. ,Novembeivlast : : ; Unclouded poode: dabtJbd.. 4o, .

fractional do' do do do 'Itiee, *rt tllioHd'_ ()strife, suaii wit thithnt! ; d .b p-: .telJ.jnstory e41j dead*' ,>

Township,1,soulls 1,2,3, 4, & 5, ast. A111uhl be dred rfespuir* In1re, 'tIuf: >vbl>> the, all ihe, ett"his" on :tase. )' Jify. ,by: i''it
2 north 1 2, 3, 4, & 5. : :. : I
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boon oft lIeaven hef'ch'O: .I l'un'jl., were .. ()us life, rip fractional township 3: 1,2,3, 4> & 5. flIt! w vilh tliee* vry ) tppehng toihejudgnt .
The sale will commence with the low- OouUIy welcume I here* '. be intYited' in ('anal \ :country. heart. '::The,jury >found him. not _

tit number of section, township, and An-l t U4U, Ke tlearesttt has givenatiwi&l ) ''!\Vheft we- : ( ; Governor g'tf1ty1* \ i4%, Ithehid
rang, *nd proceed in regular numerical Prcp:44-ca i4r 1)3. s.Lge tIt elt' port l!,) that cider. The lands reserved by law for '!' : .,!:. -:.- :-T__ 'I. Jr- 'i 140,106 bildVere* s' ,Mon- ,\yas"enraged jand.told' :

the uac of schools, or other purposes, will) .b 1$(,'l LL.tJ. VY.c in c common IcJl ols\ and r .t s,," thjUrythmut go' 'backd. .
fee excluded from the sale. re-CDnsider the matter
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City Washington,the 26tli Frrmke *\ Journal,,.. .:02.940, we a.nob ,.'-_...- -suchln"injSmxtt* veroict Th?' ,
day January1023. -I hUrjwlh ltlnt'\-pN wnts a impressed witith were
jury bowed went jack, and in aquarter
James Monroe. ft&t"i'vjng view of the auccess : and cannot >
\\tst I iJf sY5\tm> Senate of an hour returned when ii
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.D 1 the President, of tw; .r.vunu adopted by ihe, .Ltgiilature -' 'ipptaud the wisdom and doubt. the foreman* a ven rablE old mane i!.'
GRAHAM, -ol New-Yvrk for ihe of legislatures
GEO. ; general nimity our "
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thus addressed the bench .
My ;
Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office. tli \u\\Ju\ of knowledge among ishing and extending its nt voice. 4
lord, in compliance with your desire .
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aU itassts in that'Slaie.The .- "Thus we have seen I I
CaMOtqien2 ClincH Ptnsacala I passed we went back 10 our room I
ihir.Ltn millions of dollars lemn and highly "
18th febnuzrv, I825.L Carob
but as We there found ho reason to
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WILT,receive proposals,'till the 20th hae been well expended. If the that Intelligec is the feeling J
March ensuing,to furnish with Fresh same system is continued, not Wtt hslat.dintr republic well ;exe alter our opinions or bUt vtrtHctt: L I
by now return it to in the same V
we you
troopsotthe U. S. Anny.that are4r
Beef Ihe ; ihe ra>)id nicrease of that happy country|; and of Mr.
be stationed at or within the vicinity Words as before*-n-ot grilg.Ye
may of Cantonment Clinch, from the 1st ijrt'at commonwealth, ignorance, main aware of Its close and pros heard your lordship's reproof j but i;
1826 with all its attendant! rvils, muslbe male c&nneciioh) with our
of next'till the 31st of larcH '
April do it I
not
vnc accept as properly
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inclusive. driven blond its buundal fs. I rity, and inculcate the office of
The hecf trill be required to be of the More than oiH -rour'h of the Hhir preserving its \ of the applying to Us. Individually, and
best which the market can afford, and to hi our private Capacities: it is true .
of the State at never be
;population pre ence, we can the
ineach
the on two days on claim
delivered to troops we are insignificant men ; We
I aer.l t-njoy the benefit of commonbcnools. the safety of o civil or
to be designated where
week the days nothing, out of this box, above the ,
euch quantity as r.ay be requisite for theirrations I rights. :I by a free common regard due to our hum- '
on each day. From the dl&tiny ..irgtu.VwYbrJt of their
The !
Persons offering to contract will please Superintendent ble> yet honest stations i but> ray '
make their proposals in writing,. sealf .;\ Common &hoola.'i .-' ihe second divj *ion of to those I lord, assembled here as a jury, we

and directed to me, stating, in a single ., hi: fourtii' uiuiual report of the as improvement of and cannot be insensible .bf...th'e great i 1

bid, the rate per pound for w;iioh UuyTfiU acting superintendent of common portance; in the importance of the ,office we now ,

furnish. Lt. schools, was laid before the Legislature systc.m-; thai, in comH constitu.l. sustain. We feel glad that We are tj f
A. W. Thornton, on: flu* 12-ii iitsi. There diminution is
the of the right I Ii appointed as you are, by the law.
Asst. Corny. Subst. U. S.Army.NOTB are few documents, among the ceived $ each scr.oJur all times' '
No will be received by i and the constitution, not only -io :
,- proposals
after the 19lh March, the day previous lo \vhictt tlie various ubjeciH oflejji'jlaiion the iucreu.se ol'jscholurb, I patriot I act, impartially J between. the kingand _
the one limited. 1 l produce, whicn arc vt a. at a appropriation froth the I .*-- his subjects, 'the offended and .

'fruit and Ornamental Trees more intri'sting nature ihari this be increased from BO to S : I the offender, but to form the bar r ;

i'ne progress of uur primary I ar.d ,thbi: the-co ( \ rier of the'people, against possible '
flc.'WW"Q schools u.USbe always a maui' luvvcd Monroe
lo appropriate
I influence, prejudice or cor-
1PJthW I of as much interest as the various sum .Annually, for the I has I! ruption of ibe oench to which we
: !branches of the Lumocnn Boianc I > as piemiums | do not wish to offer the smallest
PROPRIETOR New-York, otters to the I I and the more extended branchesof I I siuj; utid heaaviour, :. country, degree of disrespect, much 'less'ot

public his usual very extensive collection 1 learning; ,science aud literature, such :owns as shall the sen insult ; We pay it the respect which .!

'.(iI,61 Of Fruit and Ornamental of which they are the foundation. celebrations! in t'j I conside one tribunal should pay to ano ether

: Trees, Flowering Shrubs and It is fortunate for us, thai in tne the late rt"comml'nd I I for the' commou honor of : 1
Plants, Bulbous Flower roots, of of '
midst improvements all sorts, Superintensktit.Frrjn 1
\ both. fhis jury did not accuse
_,and near ojie thousand specusof our system of piimary education I ,
Green House Plants-among which arethe I republi- the bench of partiality or oppression
Olive 'Cinnamon the Coffee, the has advanced at an equal step, mid adminis-
the I I Ihe National -no, we look upon it as thd
Green and Hohea Tea, the black Pepi rr, I, at this: porind commands inc attention The ', Presi sanctuary of truth and justice ;
&.c. &c. Catalogues of whicn nuy JK- ol the people and tlw liberal : folloxvhig '
Pl.1 I been offered in the ..: : ; under still, my lord, we cannot,erase from .
seen by calling; on the Editor of this of the State.Ag'teyLo I '
encouragement : "
the bless
per, agent for the Proprietor, who v.ili 1 i ; the of the Legislature i by Mr.t our minds the recoids of our
forward promptly any orders left wti i report I the House of A sl mbI1. ., ", peace school books* By them we were '
.J him. Oct. 24 33-tf. : aclii:!{ superintendent (the Secretary resolutions! have been nation. taught that kings and judges are ;

PAPEltTAltEHOl18R i iJiO. of S.alei,) it appears ihut dur- : the Legislatures of retire but fallible mortals t and..that the 'j
itur the year 1824, the number of, with ;
South Carolina and I seat ofjuticeI) has been polluted
4 CAXJL-ST. NEtr-OSLKANS. children taught! 5n ihem in the a- this Le '
doubi the by a Tressilian_ a Scroggs and a
no: : example
I:). C. HOTCHK1SSJT51AVING 'tr.t..e- period ufuine months, was ; tated through tlie whole health, 1 Jeffreys." The judge frowned at .
opened as above, will have 402940. I
these words, but the intrepid juror
We cannot conceive
a
U.A constantly on hand, direct from the
manufacturers tn Pennsy h-anj ,N ew-York. 441- ditpears also, from the returns morel gratifying'! '' to the thus proceeded i "My lord, I ara

Connecticut and Massachusetts, an extensive made lo the Supenniendtnf, man than that, in which to com but a poor man ; yet I am a free'* .

assortment of Paper of every Ie- tftai ihert- aie in this Stale, 7,642 rable;, Chief Magistrate to the. born subject, and a member of the

riptioncomprisingthe following : school districts, and of course the placed. On the: eve of ." constitutioa --nayt I am now high

fine Royal and,coarse Medium j Foolp and Demy and Letter Printing: Paper ,. same our.iher of common schools ; cal influence and power, er,.for I: am one of its 'represent'

of all kinds and qualities ; Double of \\hirn number 6,936 school thing isto be expected lives : I therefore claim J :rormy
of Go
Post, Medium and Royal coloured Paper, distric! have made their reports patronage, or dreaded self and fellow jurors, liberty of

for Printers; Bonnet Boards, blue, brown -'.n x' 311 1 'new school districts ill will, to be thus greeted a" speech. I
.rd white; binders' and band-box boards have: been fornu-d, duiingthe year
exposi
unhought, cordial and The judge here resumed hicomplacency
stout iron Mongers' Paper: ; Kentsi! cap 1824-that 25,906 more children
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Arid wrapping paper oT all kinds'; Pont-I thanks of millions of by : and the orator continued
Office and marble paper; playing anrlfcluik have been instructed in the year mustrxcil: ? in him : States I his address. We hive I

caads of every kind ; ruled paper j 1824, in common sch' Clls-than! in light anflicient to repay I Congress, i nothing to doIfliy lord, with yourpriatecharacer : I

.Various kinds and sizes, &c. &c.All the preceding year-arid that the toil and anxiety : I the last I ; in this place it
the above named articles ,ill be I sum of S I 8274l{ 61 cents, has beenpa'.d ''Whereas ;JAMES : be true
I is veiled by Vp ur official one ; we
kept hand
on or procured to meet the ; teachers of i
: to common President of the United know you here, only in that of

demand.BLANK BOOKS. j scuools, during the year 1824, out about 'o retire {from. Floridasj judge | and as\such, *e would re' ,. I
of the monies drawn from the
large asc.ortmentofevery description guished station to which to com spect you ; ybu know nothing of I

procured direct from an extensive_ nuinu Stale treasury, from the local been :twice called by the for I us, but as a jurYt and in that situ-.

ctw', always on hand, together with e- school fund. and from the amount the country-and whereas ,millions I at ton We Id ok '' oyou for reciprocalrespect .
tery article in the line. raised by tax.
Stationary pines and prosperity \ s for j because we' know of no

BOOKS. As illustrative also of the progress Unit d States have: m'f'rce, man, howeVer high his :titles of '
D. C.H. being concerned In publishing and condition of the fam'. : the
present our his administration, have his rank: in whom the law or ,
books at the Northward, has in store common schools, it is stated, that his fellow-citizens, with f .. In ad conatiiution would warrant an unprovoked i
extensive
? collection in the various de-
Hrtmenu Literature ; particularly during the space: of fifteen years, gratitude for hismeritori II of: insult towards.'lhat tri..

School & Children's Books. to wit : the years; 1796, 1797, and vic sand whereas ': : IUon.s.of; btin l, in' which they liave. ,yesUd.

stock will.be replenished by "the .1798, when legislature allowed and approbation of a With'1 the dearest: and ,most valuable privileges '

**iie4cnyeyances,and libraries,, .courerchanU -- 350,000"out of,the. State Treasury, free people: ,- to whose, : YeI it .tbeypo sels.V, sit here' .

ti7 and teachers can be supon -t for,*ach year--and from the year has faithfully devoted: nts, I my'lord, sworn .to. give a verdictaccording .

Plied Ord the,most reasonable terms. .1814.,to the presenl. time,,Ibe' sum useful ,life, 'must, be 'dt' !posteri to our consciences. and I

a tir4-n.fpr: Type froin the: 'extensive of&960,000,has: been .drawn' from, ,patriot's,'heart,;--and is' ra* the best,ofbur 'judgments', on 'Ih'e- ..
New-York '
oft3eorge Bruce ,
.dlbefted; by D. C.-II., the\State. tle ury'aiid expended members-of the.Ikgislat / evidence. .bfor /'Uis, We" hae' ,in "a ,

ftrW hail Bkinl and all kinds ofprintingEichange fqk, for: the support of common schools.ThatXduringj State! deem. .U': a 4 j our minds'\,discharged our duty AS.. ,

**e as above.. the same', period their ituentsi,to : Il et. : hdneit,menJf. e.have,erred/we: '

: gl,116500; has been raised' ,by tax sb titie -or'atrect on &t aan{. are iccqunlablcynot: "tb:your /lordship .

!! on New-York.- and' from the, local school fund, and respect which .the ci i !: : Mfrjft,<*r', ,'ilor;to"the.kipR:'who,appoint*. '. :'..; ,
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FoIL.alebi .s cums to suit uichezg, and 'expanded! as .bov&.that$92'2,5OO'atthe this Commonwea: lib _so, ; : oti-fin ed :yau.L but to a.'.biglierpower: ,'tbfiKingof.kings1 ".

foo Stone & :NisbeL'" lowest '.estimate entertain' for this 'virs io "Ike Bev. ,. : # 1 f:'( I'". ,

-11&- -.uJ.181S. made :from the, Tctwlls, lias .be npaid' audidsrtJngutslie' 'siat :, Tbe1ench,vas' dumb, Abe tbtsilent ,-*

. ,o- 1 by individuals. on' ,their "voluntary it,, ther/fpre, .' : latin ;.astonislpment aB'dapplau J\ ; ''l

.:.. PRINTING; engagements, fo.t: ,e education ,',ftfolvcd\\, the. ,.S 91 ble murmured .,thr ughthcewd : '.

, e? ted\'ith'l: : ea ne '{ of children, in commonfcchotils ,Hpuft .of,' epreittive j have-late and.thc'.poor: na&di1Ci,. .. .. *'" ,:

" \ "d eiRat -h i.t,; :' .'" ,, :that). 722,000..:, bas oee'ri' cotnrnealtb".1 f'.,fe\ ; its 2cel. ..',ecli; ".'. ." ", 'rl., ',: "<. / ? ': *.;:..i." :" ;:'. N1.,< r

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'
11 Ihe fall of on pt i
: I, If t;: .., ." ,Jl merchandize! by the decimal! -and Didius-i Chap. .Chap,, 12 Petllia, : cq / try: ,;tnucMFhjured.: At .half by' law.. .j ..indi: in'Ihe,'.temple'of .justice. sh'iuId'1
1 ytfWrriius
;' '. :: hundred which has Seen usually :cwha tf other'' malpracticcahave as' and
the anyj
II "'M Severus his"wife'and' eldest p' ,3 in -*he. ,afternoon' water pure unspotted. as e h1t.
! !' : :: :; nought and sold the English v :v *" '' : 'be.eji>pdmlnilfed by- 'Hie" saidJudgespor'elth'er officiates the
k
I bj + : by son' ,&c. &c. &c.--that'some' of beanthJ iofaH.,>and ,at 9, .0 'clo in aj' altar of the M
.L t V wt. 'cl: .-. of them, and that: and .
I r \ ; the fathers,supposed this'!book. not ev ening the streets.were a.A' :High'; tbatJgnorancc, diruption "
ri.1 t E Sound Currency.We learn filled and the said committee authorized: in, *
.3 lo be.genuine.-that it was rejected th'cellars are, goods \ ,your judiciary, is'atf
,;,'1 J J n,. ,, hat the Directors of both the by the Council Laodicea in dejtroyedeven' those in :"the Exchange. : to compel, the* attendance, of persons -;.. vii not less lo be Jainentet't11tn

:1 ; 'lanler's Bank, and the 'Bank,, of.he and the production of'papers, postacyin your religion. .

1.) ''i'r: I.1 Slate cf have deternined 363.-Mr. ,S. finally .concludes w ,' ,
Georgia, gale began'upon' the shores to promote investigation, From
the to / whatjcauseair
with calling clergy /he :
;> -- has
upon
jtl: receive of the resolution rtad/and ib.
! not :0 notes of "D land and Ireland, and after The was
from ti1 .Canor. oj'faitna ( extraordinary conduct
.i t Bank"of Darien from lfli te : of.Mr. "Cull the' of the Jia
r :4it; .. on deposit booklwntyen in the spirit haiifig' wruugh into fury the th-cri,611 requesi .? Surely'
: forged originated .he
: :. 1: ., ;.his day ; ard that atter Thursday : nonhern, sea, and caused numer* following letter was read: \ti;)l'2J>
insatiable &c--' of
: plead
: :,4: i I'll'{i l i-xt, the. : bills of that Bank will revenge, ; shipwrecks upon the northern Hon.Richard .K.,Call: ignorance law, aso
.
ous and \be
: We that persons?ner : 'I'uJes"of decorumIfoes r
.;.' :tot be. received, by these,. institution -: saritjn'such'presume studies, will soofi takethispamphlet coast if Jutland, passed. !by;!Gotlenburjj Sir--1 have had 'the;honor of pe- ,, d ,sir,' :Ie is unworthy of :

: : i : payment of not S.. 4. in brand, and pass itihrtfagh'tjie ; and Stockholm,. -continu-, ceiving ,a note from'you addressd -,;:?:.ministration of tlce. ih : '
Ju
"': :.' "' :V": Savannah Georgian. fiery' furnace ft criti- allyrising ,more and .'.raorefromsouhv : to 'me,'as .United. Slates' Atlor-j t.I he IShe rr.
;1 .. The Boston memorial the : Florida and r upt--does pervert_ retisoU' :
< on for'East 4
1 in Asking
i. 'Richmond es t to northeast. traveisinK ney ,
: I'I.; cism. .nquircr.MasonicMo7zument.The : misconstrue law, to 'h / "
!f bf recommends to whether ofthe gratify
.1 subject piracy : Grand Sweduij it swept away information theJudge ,
i lei
,. t : the consideration the jvarice\lf.t so, ,him be bUttt4 ;
': Congress Court of that district
LoUge'of Maine has I wpleforests ; but it was naturally Superior : with
appropriated indignation from
".. : :U : uf paSsitfg a law debarring dulf l has'cvcr; fees fur services the, Dij,
. i : ; propi y B1000 to the erection of a Monument j /the or' Finland that its ra- charged : he has dishonored, and
'
' ..k, JL; the Executive in such cases felt in his judicial l I dlSmattit(
; : to Washington, at' Mount \ttgcs wuuld ,be must, severely l performed capaci- of tne robes whose '
: l ;! from the exercise of mercy-and Vernon. Nortn Carolina NewHampshire s violence having kept up '0 that ly. ,At the May term of the :Superior purity t *

: .1; ir:1: the further passage of a law requiring and Tennessee' I have s pot.'. In an instant, it drove the Court !Jf -Eall Florida, in polluted. I. am aware, 'sir, thjtu
endeavor
will
,
' \ to shdier
. ; % from the local authorities of Gull 1824 Smith established him &
'.j ," 1 walersol'lhe Baltic Into the Sudge a i
for the
voted dollars
' cacti 500 same under the statute book .
II. f .of the
.
;
for tr t
: Cuba the of tt ,
1 adoption measures of Finland, which, being terminated -. number of'rules for the ,government
3.L! : J .1 the effectual suppression of piracy, purpose. : of of his Court tory ; but lei me tell you r'h
Ii : Real Exiate in Nc'W-York.'-Hou.sc by a point lowaids the east, she practice : will find
i I J.0t : ; and in' fjaujt thereof, the lakingforcibfe is ibrihe no protection tLerr.
1j if must hive experienced, particularly by which provision mude :
the *
4 ,: in neighborhood [commerce There is no section_ or
iw&Session of the island is I proviso
r .: j ,. I and the new Exchange,,' have I towards ihat extremity, a sudden transacting and doing of much. :I i in the laws of the lerrhorj *
:' f:' "d' ommrnaed.-Balt. American.The and immense elevation of its business in vacation, which previously which
i sold for heavy sums. Mr. Col- !. allows him the
: :rjl t t"; inhabitants of Suulhington, had been dune in tCI'm'viz privilegeofmandingfeca. .drI -
\ This which :
line
: den's house brought 30,000, i waters. appeal He
.
kr.ows
' it.; 'J' : Conn. have been afflicted for a few that i it
: !
; for
double determined such a:t making ortlers commissions -
A woman 93 old, has\ to form a ..curve, I the
years pe- was never intention
; ] :: t ; i ., '" weeks past, with a disease, which t l oned the by some lofty lands, presents to take foreign icsiimonyfand o'j he
Pennsylvania legislature -
Council allow
him
to this
r. : : YI r:: has proved fatal to many afier avery privij -
and
, j furrelief. She Uat sheAcconslan1ed the a development of hearing deciding on
; I ,: states upon map sir
I j II Ke.f, was an humble
'i,; short illness. I n some cases I motions for I Ikc. member -
: 1 l amending
from 370 400 ,
to
her husband who al leagues, over pleadings of
; .. the Legislative
.ft !i persons have died in 48 hours after I i Council
t in and other
hurricane travelled matters -
which the and'queslions
: enlisted in the a
an early. period, which enacted
1. the ck. The disease is call- : | those laws it
r ; 2lt ; sat
few miiiuifb, and in generally in the usual
0-: t '" r : ftA ntit viHL '.'..aJJuuud ,.litn s t. "fgu..r\ .Continental... ,, .. Army, ; continued. : pernaps. even' I nr cui.aiding: J.,.'_.- ..11 w..h l in St. Augustine..the: Teai'/r.nce of
a I fur 14Vt Jav- r..1&J.ucL a
--- wa r'P1c16e111I'1
j't: Ecc.-AVw Haven Register. Va --1- -ak nue m'jute ; Smith. Twice
I' u" I Judge ,
'it wus and ...---.. t.ht )4ieACt services hl-11 performed Judge i during a
present participated: in I 'n t ,
: ;{ :, A pig, but ten months old\ raised 17 ( shurt session, did the friends of
' most of the conspicuous actipns oi momeit: wnen thIS. pticiuiieenburst Smith has charged fees, 1 nave I
J by "Mr. Elijah Sweetland oftjiis this gentleman '
to
. ; ; that evuuful that ion the Uiticreul countrieswiuchit paid them, and 1 believe propose alloir
attorney
period among -
:
: ,
: ::1' ; every
: 4 killed last week of
: town, wus ""r tr him lies office for the .
" tj.,-ti;: t other employments, she assisted 1 visiltd.I -' \: of his (Judge Smith) CouithttMone perform

l' : ; :: '.'. which, when dressed, weigh-d in picking balls thrown' from Fi oiii the Charleston Conner. the same. aiDe 6)f his judicial duties, .*n
, "j! Four hundred and twenty-two: up twice was mat
.
the in order Great and \'e1'lo1'Y.. It is mention proposition rejett.
11rl enemy's cannon, that,, pioper to that in
: 1 pounds !Hartford, Con. Paper.iyio I ed with
disdain
; : r by the Legislati,0Council.
'
to use her own expression, i the Lime, Dtc. 18, 1824.- 1 i.e i- the United Slates and territorial!
;. '. ; Ji wants to be drownedA Hence
; have
,
: slr.1 (
1 he beraiii unUv tne l.ase:;. Judge Suiiih has I neven
command
: ;] Richmond enemy might get as good as ,; Army, never ,
: has lately arrived at believe '
he
11! person ; charity to th t'ho
sent." She had (been the mother d Gen. bucrc, huscompieitly cbulged lees.
: ,
: in Virgnia, who advertises has ,sinned
: through ignorance '
: of"23 children, all of whom, were slioyed the Spanish aiu.y oi I remain, sir, or.
.
it' 'L that he has discovered a simple that ht has commi.ted
: dead. the 9th ,mil. in tHe htl'l) of Guamanguilia. -I Your very obed't serv't, an hcnejten
i.. 44 and method of resusciialingdrotuied or of If I
: easy judgment. mistakenot
4 The Board of Engineers have 1 be General A A >ernu EL'GAK MACUN.Feb. .
:- i ;' persona, and proposes toE he heard the discussion,
: awarded Mr. John of commander has been -uund 2d, 1825. whick
to Bruce, -
; ,:/ '... give series lectures J with I experiments took ; in the Legislative
psace
" Kentucky, the premium ol one eii, and :taken uribouer, with ,,ke Mr. Cal then rose, and said, it
1 ; : :;,:; once a week. He wishes .I CfU'nciI!, on the proposition to:
af.|
I, f ihuusii'nd dollars-he having): presented G;'neraU Canierac, \ aides, Carrataila had become his painful duty to arraign
:: }; I" lo hire a healthy well-behavcu low him fet s, and he knows it
;
: I
to the Engineer Depart- ana ail the Olhcers before this House one.of the to
compel -
;; "f t1fi; whit man, who can bi' relied upon f have been rejected. Sir, I blush
uenl the most: approved invention. sing the Spanish[ am.y ; me: baggage .judicial oihcers of Ihu government to"
:. 4 ::1t. for sobriety, by the year, in consequence I have been ihr of
organ communiCation
p. lust his for the refrioyal of the Savvyers, and 1 a.-nmunilioii have aiaoi'ailen -a duly on wInch he entered -
; having servant I lu this House;also
Planters, and Snags, in the Mississippi into our hin..s. 'i he L.eai with reluctance and regret I unusual,
: remain
I I"l t by suffering him to too : and ,so disreputable
,1 River.-A at. Journal. <'::01.) Medina, Adjutant of his LxCellency But it was one from whicn' he I 1 an ocean-race.
in the He offers
1: > lung water. goon But, sir, iLls officer
Washington, Ft'b. 10.-Mr. AppletOn \the Libeialoivno: cull- could not shrink, wlien he consid- your of whomwe
-
'} ,
, : : f::;. wages and assures the puohc that I cum plain sent him
: :' is Secretary of the Am ricani..t'g'a'tiun uuciedk oiiitiai par ot me action tied that he should be warning infidelily ; you tous: ,
rather
; ; drowning a pleasurablesensation.
vj and
\ |we take him
.. aslyou\ lo
.i. : '1s ; ." \Ve mention 10 Spain, arrived in his was uiitoriutiaii, ly aasassmated to the interests of lhoe away,
this
: r' -
1 II
opportunity sir the resolution
a 1 of a" city 'yesterday, with: despalciestogovernment. | by Hie rebels of liuau o. '1 he vthjiu he represented he were: j hope, under'
F1 engaging in pltasurable" 1
consideration will be d &nd.
\ 8dopt ,
.-Idem. authorities of the neignburiu 10 permit till chargi, alledged a-
t'I I ; for the benefit !; '
'1 < : employment, .. thai the most and
"""'- --- -- ---- prompt energc-
place have noticed the oihuiai in- ains this individualto without
pass
I.. ih' of any ccmpetent personvho ," lie measures be. taken .the
by
1 (}lIE fG./, may
.
!
t..4 1 '. ;IP l may be out ,.f business, and who umph oi ;our anus.Gen. investigation. It is. slated, ,' House I to this
? ,
. invesuga
promote *
." t" -- autt=l'ac took the command said he, by a gentleman whose re-
:s-: 1 1} :,' It would seem by the udveilisement ; J"rornth'N Y. National Advocate.A lion. '
}';;I' *. alter La Scrna had been I (pu.aion for honor, integrity, and I
:l J .. may be drowned by the most distressing and melancholy -
" i ,rrr wouded. and capi.ulaied to GUI.Sucre. intelligence, cannot be questioned Mr.; Foote, ofConn., said he. .
:'t' ';' :, vreik, uiunth, or year, and in aduitibti !- event, has occurred at St.Petcrsburgl t. presumed
: t : Caliao was to be delivered -a gituleman who occupies the there could be'D.o' objection
d.: :. !11 ljhe wages, may be sure ofhaving : ), occasioned b) }tht ovcrfljwing '

_;:q. .:'" t..t all tilt: benefit of the experiments of the Neva, in a1 hur- to the ,Liberating Arufy. respectable unu ivsp.,nsibieftiaiioti I to the adoption of th s resolutioii

l. /1 l1 -' Gr-at rejoicings look place al L ot District Attorney of the United I proposing an enquiry';
t I : : I appropriated to themselves ,'ic1ne. The bodies of,iseven''thou-,, mereljf

I, !I>, \' 1 I r:1 '."-.'\. Y. Spectator. sand; persons have been Ibuyid inihe : CarlUagetiu! in CUUSdJ Ut'uc. ol the Mates fur ihe cisinct .If! East Mo- His only regret in regard to it wjs,
11':;L. ;. : I of1 I'ida, that( the Hun. that :the '
defeat
the L. gentleman'had
I To .drcllllfctS.,1f Commissioner houses, and eight thousand L voyuli6i! :), aiici (Lit Jos.-ph thoughtit

' t'" '; ttii1 i of Puolic Buildings, ut L persons are still nysbing. pearly Lr capture 01 Liiua by int Liberaiing Smith, a Judge cf the .isirict L necessary: in this'slage of ihe
'; J;: l t: \ Washington, has udveriseu tha all te proribions of the capital; I Army. ujider ( cu. buui bell.I court of the United Stales, recuv- sinews, to have gone into a ,statemenl *-

i:' ,: .... fl it: t I. a premium of Five Hundred 'Dol have been destroyed, and, as the Bolivar being abstni on accou.j: ; ol i ing hum this gu\erninent a salary of the $lac.(s of the case.'":'He

" '1: I." 1 fl j lars will be given for a design, : .inter hat hand, il h to be (lean d I I exireir.e indisjosition. SeveraS t oi 1500 uoilars per yeai ha;) so c :uhJ have wished that the genile.rian ."

valuable i merchanltiien fur. lor,,otien the which he had res rcd'his facts' unlit
"4 which shall be approved, for ornamenting ihut ihe population remaining will I i bpauisn: respect .

,;; c 1 ; i- I the Tympanum of! ihePediaum suffer the horrors of famine. that were; ,ai Calla, tell into the uvves to hniuclf; and the elevatedblaiion ) I the report of the committee.shoald,
I
u ..., 1.' 1i.11! of the. Est: forlico lo The same hurricane has gone f possession of inc Patriots.A which he occupies, as to have be- u/made. -

:' t .., J j.l.ttJ I : : the Capilul. h. Pedimcnl is up IUl'I' the northern coast of Jutland, I fine large Spaiusn Schooner, di manu und receive fees Ibr the The question was then taken oa.

: I'D 1. it"1 polled by eight Corintnian Co- )$sseIj Gotienbur and Soc4Jiiiln I ailed oui at St. Jagu dc Cuba iorIhe pc: lul'l1l..nct'S of those duiievhicu the resolution, which was agreed

" ii. iIi iumns, slandihg on an Arcade, the sweeping every thing! in its c urse.t Coast ol Africa, was capiuiedof I I \ pl"'J>erl) belong to his judicial to wUhout opposition.Mr. .

,. ''I :.'. ; I Cornice aboui 70 feel abuve tat I'ne whole regiment of IUl l1.al Cape \Maize by a Columoiancruizer i <<.cnuiacler.

ij:: t t1': ;# I ground. The base of I ihe I Tymp carabanier( guards, men and hoi :,e:> and carnevi in u C... iha- ,il', in thc various departmentsof Scott from the Committeeon -' ,

; ,.. .:" ..iium is 61 feet, and the height in hAve perished. A vessel of 100 gena on thc 12.j n insi.From mis government, there is nupuwcr Public L&rids, reported ; 6itf

.f.:;' the centre 12 ft el. 'lias the lluUimore American.Recognition I so absolute for the relief of Craven P. tuck
'P :- Drawings or guns completely :isappeaiedand ; and none which
Models with of the indtptntlenct of\, ;,\: bnouid et ; which was read twice: and
the
c ". i neiessary expla all the imperial vessels ;in the j be administered with more

:' ., J; '; ;t riaiions, to b:: delivered; lo tin harbor Cron&tadt al e lost.l Bu- the Great South American Republics* I!! wisdom and purity, than your Judiciary. committed. '
:
: !. ll... : Commissioner on or before the Isi' ryiag-grounds have (been \\..asheclvaV by 1 Britain. It is the sanctuary to Friday,-,'Ftb 4.

' :i l J '., : ,. rday of .vlay nt'Xh a\ **and tIe1l'a" bodies! wereilouting A It lh'rllu; ine euuors of me American which all must fly wnen life, for Mr. Rankin from the committee!

:,r\" I" ;I .a:.\ \. A muchiiu for drilling; rock I through the !i1l els.- from a member of the tune, and lepuidtion, is endangered on PoWtc Lands, reported! bill

" tr;t ;. 1'h:; s been invented by Cyrus :Aideu, Whole store o:' coffee and sugar Senate of Jh, Unitei; btaies, una'r I ; and the interest of the whole lo provide for the preservatioa'

:iI r j' :h':' RuxJjury, ( \lus .) by which al have; ; been destroyed* : those aru- late of Aiunduy, c'.mmumcaiesthe commun/iy demands that its purity of the public archives in.Florida, ;. _
*
? ';J i tL! boy may cJr.li as mucn in one day] cles have risen 50 per cent. I I follow lug rut) graiily.iig and inCurtain and iniegmy should he pr serv which was-read twice, and com

:' 1 as three inni can do in the same Five* leagues round the city of itiiflhgcnce : -." 1 presume ed evei. he loud suspicion. Sir, mitted.

Er t time, in the usual, mode. St. Petersbuj gh, have all beeu de: the public 'Ipd1Jt'I'S will inform you'' isi those section* of your country: Thursday, Feb. 10.( ,

. h, .fc;!: Explanation cft/ze4/zocalypsc.--I slruycctV'ilhin a few years, il isa that Mr. Adams las receivd a wheie society is well organized, The Speaker' laid before the'.

e ; j r ., Gen. Sm> ln's pamphlet is al hand: I remurkaole fact, that Russia has etter Irom; Air Hush, siatiug thai and here us moral influtnce is I House a report from the Commissioners

I j t occupying 59 small pages. We !. seen !beth: her cupilals destroyed' Great BiitUin had acinowI1'dec.1 I I calculated to suppr ss;: vice, and: appointed to adjust I land

: .J \ ,' ..... have !merely dipped into il-andsubmit I one by fire, the otlu-r by waller.According lh'- Independence of Colombia, "promote "irlUl', H.'n there, no'ins.itulibn claims in Florida; ; which was referred

IIi: f. t i ::1g the following; .very brie to a pl'i v.ale I letter ,pi 1 Mexico. j .i and.. .L ,Buenos*. _A\r__ _. < s." is, more necessary than to the Committee on Public

,} ; 1 ITh1 Sketch of Us general design. lie the 23ci-ult. from StfcknoUn. ( the J. A tJOIJ'ssI I '". I an uiieiiijrtni arid virtuous judiciary Lands.

4J1 ',' :. !\ sets out with stating that iheimpoiiani same hurricane which didhGJ much ( ()eJ'lL. i but this necessity becomts commit*
Mr.Webster from the !
: I ;
: !
c ueslioii) Si. -
,
respecting C damage at I
more
Petersbugiraget
imperious in
a whose rc-
I t book of ihe Kcveialtoh of IN ; country leeappointed for thaturpOSei.ported' .
St SENATE.
1' John with in
': .. I tqual fury the Swed su capital I sycieiy is scarcely. yet formed- had_
1 that the' Committee
: ::. : the divine, is, whether it is a'prophetical as well as in 'Goiienburgh i, Monday, Feb. 7. where have :
.
rangers congregated. waited John Adams,
I.:: :*! vision of future events, Vibourg, Julland, <
'I .1;; j or an artful enigmatical relation v ssels weie torn from their of \vaier Smith, Marshal 1 every variety of : to the

L" a!: i1 past events, under the form of: moorings, and driven against each for East .tlurida, and J'J hn1.. ; possessing! language, and. recent election of P'esldel1t.orn' '

!ij,, 'l prophecy' He decides that it I is other, -the roofs of houses' were, !Hanson, 2Distnci Nltrshal, f"r tlu iMiddle.. prejudice every and variety of passion \: led States, no person. havinjTreceived !ot
,
opinio.i, voles _
common the .
i-. the.bst-thai ii W..tS nut writtenby carried,: away,.and the roads were: .. of: Florida, praying ihat to lhr several countries and I-. a rnajo'itvof' ,

I'."4.-'t 11! I i -. St. John-that; it is in part I, so completely bockec\! \ up; with anVict. may be parsed, defining: education.Sir, all Electors, appointedt'8QdJhO' ,dC'

f : i, I ,T,\athrup ,of passages',' from the pro. Irt-es, ; lorn up b} ,the 'roots, that their powers. .and dunes.' Refer Mondays choice having consequentlyolvedonihe *
it/ ,
j { i ii! I phetslle' lahnud, the"theology ofthe iravellefs:were under, the necessity L- rea lo.ihe J idiciany C mmiitec. yet peopled b I \ House of Represep :

persons whoare; : strangers to. your tativcs, the' House, ,m the
eI I 'rabbinsj"! the.pastov'of: Hennas, oj1cutting: Iheir way through House of'Represeatutives.Friday: : laws, '
f.1. ; and ilie.rnor. ancient Apocalypses, with halcheib. ,_Twenty-five- ,, your language, and :your government prescribed( I by the Corismuliao_ *'J

iL1b J ''i 1 1t applietl' I by .the Svriter.to ,the hisioryofhis sels near, the bridgeof.! Munkborn: k On motit n of. Mr;,(.ulfor, Jan.F1it 28. ,: ,.or.: by adventurers, who did yesterday, choose, him. :.. to foR.6*
have
): "f It ,.own ,timV. :He',is of o.pinion u pontthl4keMaelerere? carried a'itwas, ., .. :- been drivenon' .wave.' )femigraiion'in President the United, States, :

i1HL1 1 ,': that 'lmuus; bishop .ofLyons a 4iVlr'-\.hhthe., bridge:: and!* much. Resolved-\ : That the ,Committee ;pursuit of. fortune, four years' ,':commencing ._o tftj

I ,,1'- J' or a heiier ,home; Th"ey'Ioo : fourth" dayoc March i ne-fi; -.'
1 11t !t! was he autnor of ii- that dd ,. on the Publ' Lands be .. toyou'Tor : (

.t 'j11:::1 hU personal I'ac. uaiolancc' with it l IC11tt .Ttttrm.- : :" commenced, "I,.,on: tne"! to n@ito': c the instructed' protection i ..atid L they ,lao:k, thaC the,,,cpmrnittee i h d..r 1 ,

f Niger, Albanua, Severus Julia" .18thin; the evening,4wind .west,, ,_a' .tul1pcnS'.expediency lion to ,lira ofallowing ,lo your omcerar-fur. examples: ,E of: written',answer. which, .hepre1Ci.d'titt1tHouse. ;;r

: i Dorana and' ,\with, : btthc'infancy { justice and tnoraluySir, the ( .', :' ,
,.. th'e. h'uiory nil co9tinued so ;until 'ning b morn.then- .Ven: P. ,Lucket' ihe' bearer: of '" < 'A : :
,of vCaracallavho' the pastiyperice which*"the -learned ': The committee alsoLfl k'.. f. :
I was I :oT ihe i9i1theN. va1 of the T < ;!
report Commissioners
; boru. \1I"weli nursed : J "for judgei'h'aVwruDg'. : ,:;from' the 'hands: its dutjThad g&1 '
rgfeably: as : at r etl rf rariyi -wihThe: a treeis. settlem'eut' of perror ance.of :
"
'
,
t :. : private I laodclaimsia of'honest **/ak2j? f fl
Lye &zticularly'qtzaIsfid Ire- At-half 8' 'sudden'Use ':industt'1.jpr :from the .If LA AiirLbis; ,c1cct .**; .
I 4 : past a of the !! :
.. : *: .. ; \\, .cat',Florida :x\ ,.' ; 1F JA ;. .. ', ;, '. '
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.41tiTPe! 10 SIte C.HsIIISSe. trace: .led; Jo:. itt and.il": trad,% o 1iipensabl ,n order tO reniinip ,sn Ibe, ccnsi Jered the palladium J fmtirfi- .--- '
,. fJtIfM' ibi8 t tiftot&b jr< in Ins vocatiqn jttitixfit1e fion? Ligous and poUtical rigfits! r" .
In otcommuntcallrig the .
.G &y- receiving; means wjih f : .
Lmi. .enjoy an. otVu -. .ti1liare.the views b lI1C1il fjtal LIfi. .
the RcprescnXas Government itself '. i : iy : ) ; ''I, A. I. .
camo'nTarfroin l ; ) except'by ergtofore been rned 'and .
are ,ofpubcpitrwagc.tpon : .Ie-" f goff :
of ihe people and,' States of Jqrig: ana 'dangerous. 'aeal'voyage, which :"hl system .'or cnduct.'is I are determined shall guide our, Editonalcourseon ::)9'o!; .;* n8 e \\. 2 .

'Union,' I am deeply sensible' orIe .. which :ftJ'ouldc sfn ote'in.i single. fotmdeinhoulcl haVe reference, to frfncipfa :all future occasions. They arc, I '

,I circumstances under winch it year ,than the w"hole'sjlm' now .asked "and not to:men ; .personal private i fou'stiination, f'Otinled"in troth and ENTERED. '

i/s given. All my piede' for this road.' Another! consideration onSl.terattons.ught not,.to be,permittedto I justice,-and above.all others' most 'propitious Feb 28.-'Schr. Victoirc GaiCia *>
,been exercisethe.smallest influence, but all to the.altainm ofthose invaluable
S\ors.in the high station to which ) was that of passing along our views a,41 efforts.should be zealously .objects i which .theestablishment of.aPess New Orleans, CargQ, Jocerie _

thc favor of the House now calls the coast ; it'ran near to numerous and ..earnestlydirected; to promote the was.intended; A'I'to urself we to ;the Captain. .

hate been honored with. majorities inlets npw tht haunts of pirates public'good impartfeelisgs' ought to be are entiifly satisfied to their propriety, March .1.-Schr. Thorn, Day,
m e, electoral inJheir The his dTscourageovat uch as have. for theirobject and are con ent d.Ve are also convinced New-Orleans .
of the 1 voices and ftlay s. presence of I Cargo, 313 bbfs.
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primary colleges. It has road' would be an effcclua1, and. the i gratification individual.ambition aggrandizement. ; pmt none and should the patrons, thatthey, .whose must concurrence be acceptable.and support to our, flour, 37 bfcls. beans, 53 bbls.. whis- \ :

been my fortune lo be placed I? only effectual means of breaking be encouraged and supported, save those I WOUlI ,on all ,occasions, afibid us the kc8 'bbls. salt, 5, .bbls..rpork, ,80

the divisions sentiment prevailice -. II theiriresort; to these places.In .- who belong to I! the party of our umnipzi.cotintrV. highest gratification. Next to.the plea boxes soap, and .29 boxes catidlcs

among our countrymen on this a stale of war, the Bay. of Tampa sure arising from a_consciousness .of having to U.S. Commissary packages :

occasion, in competition, friendly would be a very important post. Upon those subjects vhich have elicited acted uprightly ourselves is that ofrecewngtheapprobtion merchandize to F. Pasquier.-lobbls.
of those who
,nd honorable, with! three of my As such the Government ')had selected -' an expression as far as of practicable opinion. we, to have adhereto endeavored are known to possess intelligence, virtue :'sugar, and 10 sacks' salt to

fellow citizens, all justly enjoying, I itand it was manifest, those great land marks for our govern and patriotism. ." the Captain. .
;n eminent degrees, :he public favor I that, unless a road vas formed by ment. Our olumns have always been These is now a prospect of mail-routes Schr. Bazilisk, Perry, New Orleans '

; and of-whose worth, talents 'which troops could march for Us open to all parties, without being under being opened and post-offices established I Cargo, 150 hbls. ,pork, 45 .

2d scr\'ictOs, no one entertains a relief, it must fall an easy prey as the, influence; or control of an)'. We have through portions of our Territory bbls. flour EC 500 Ibs. bacon to G, '

higher and more respectful sense soon as it shduld be invested by a repeatedly invited investigations and discussions where settlements both for are forming distinguished I Jourdain. .
: upon all matters,of public concern intelligence. and industry;
than myflf. The names of two maratimc enemy. The country and have invariably observed an and in winch we are. happy in discovering CLEARED.

ofthrm. were, in the fulfilment of through which it is to pass, is one impartiality, :which cannotbut be acknowledged a disposition to encourage every effort intended Feb. 28Schr. Harriet, Camp. I

\\\e provisions cf the constitution, of the most fertile regions of the by every candid dispassionate local to contribute to the diffusion' of bell. New-Orleans, Cargo S bbls. .

inresentrd to the selection of the South. Nothing was wanted buta reader. "Whilst we have wrth every degree call or general; information. And we whiskey, J bale hides, 1 cask hard .
upon our 'friends in the Interior in
1 the
cheerfulness ,
publislied pro. .
Jlouse, in concurrence with.my highway, to ensure its rapid set- ductions of those who differed from us in common with'the rest of our fellow citizens ware and 5 bbls. beerv- i' :

i otfiatiies cloely associated tie m en t. lIe hoped therefore, opinion, we have also availed ourself of to give us such aid, in our desire: to larch 1.-Schr- Caravan,. Wy- I ;

with the J glory of the nation ; and that, whether the road was considered the same common privilege, by indulging maintain a respectable vehicle of information er'New-York, Cargo, 81 bales cot J ; ',

one oC tiacm further recommended as providing for the defence in the expression of our own sentiincuts I as they may think the object ton, 7 bars lignum .vitx by Stone 1 :

by a larger minority of the primary of a distant ancj vulnerable frontieror en different Gcc sions. It is a subject I i receive.vvoithy of and our efforts entitle us to & Nisbet-51 bales cotton b" N. : "..

electoral suffrages than mine. as calculated to incl ease the of regret that this has, in some instances H. Allen and% '9 bales cotton by 1 : ,
I excited displeasure, which must W, Hasell Hunt.
In this state of things, could my value of the public lands, the sum be removed by sober-reflection ; our.object ,. Fin by & Rushton.. I ; f

refusal to accept the trust thus delegated necessary for its construction was, advance the cause of,truth We 2.-Schr. Bachelor, Pla, New- .

to me-give an immediate would readily be granted :by the and justice, without regard to persons or the congratulate arrival of Capt.our fellow-citi Guy in the zens barge uPon Orleans with 5000 bricks by the \

the to form House. He added in conclusion. consequences ; there \\M> no desire to do Master.
opportunity lo people to but to i liitfei prize, from near Sparta, Alabama, |
injustice one, public
and to express, with a nearer approach that he plan had been examined opinion from any I taking an improper prevent direc I being the first who ha3 t vcr navigated 4.-Scbr. VictoireGarcia, \

to unanimity, the object of by the Committee on Roads and }| tion. This is a duty, Inch the 1-Mitor ofa Murder Creek. The opening of this New-Orleans, with 6000 bricks by i .

tcir preference, I should not Jubilate Canals, and received its unanimous public print is bound to discharge, b} stream is highly of important to the future the Master. \ ;

to licLlirie the acceptance of approbation. the most imperative considerations ; this prosperity Pen.sacola? as it secures to ARRIVED.
much 1k
place trade from that of
this esnincV! charge ; and to submit "1 he olauk was then filled ac wh'lsl he and gives respectful free admission productions to the of decorous otu -- I the country. part March 1.- khr. Mary, Morgan, ,

the decision: of this momentous -. cordingly. .IN, he isobl.gedto see that impressions Much credit h due to the isooiutlon Appatatchicoltj, Cargo, 18 bales i

question again to their deterjniiiaiion. The Committee then rose, and aie not niade,upon the pubt.c mind b\ of for gentlemen lied a in and for about Sparta, who cotton, 4 bbls rice, 2 hbls. tallow i 1
the of
But the constitution' reported both hills, and they were I hint rrmt'd misrepresentations. Instead obstructions company in Murder purpose Creek removing 100 bushes corn and 4 cedar logs

itsrifNias not ,so disposed of the I ordered to be engrossed for a third of beinjr deprived of tits privilege his and to Maj. Bowie who contracted for the; to N. H. AIIer.

contingency winch would arise in reading to-morrow. editorial I-lio:4 prominent station, it and ctni.itutes important one duties.Its of .his- performance of the labor. Hut our gra- 2.-Barge Enterprize, Guy, I

the event of my iefus&l.I I. Friday, Feb. 11. failiitul discharge is peculiarly essenj titi-de i is at tha tine due to Mr. Guy in Murder Creek, Cargo, 103 bales j

shall, therefore, repair to the A bill to authorise the l Idying j i': hal in a government like ours whcie pub- an somewhat eminent degree ; finding the tearful company that cotton to sundry 1t'I.snns.-The
and
post assigned nif h> the call: ofmy out and opening of a public, road ;. lie ojinion gi,r tot iii aid color to all the. they could discouraged not succeed, he determined' Enterprise is the first boat wl ich

country, signified through her constitutional from St. Mary's river to the Bay i i various measuics. and operations in its of charac-sociei to show them that tie! stream could be has navigated Murder Creek,

organs ; oppressed svith of Tampa, in the Territory or J.: ter t\ ;, to tinopinion be correct bO must poL-nt be enlightened, navigated, and according] built the Knterpnze which has been Uu-ly cleared out.Colour .

the magnitude of the lash before Florida, vas read a third tine, and I j jparsed. and the Press is one of the great histMinents ,' and has succeeded in hw under.tak.um. ian Privateer Brig Volcano ..

me, but cceered with the hope of j emphned for tLc effectuation of Captain Forest llo days .

that genen.us support from my A hill to provide an additional 1 ; that desirably object. \\ cre tile Editor from Porto Cabrllo, in distress.
to sit with his arms folded, and refuse to From the National lateHigenccr'WASHINGTON
fellowcitizensuuh in the viis-
appropriation for the completion ; SAILED. I
i contribute the correction of error, his February 10.
situdes of a life devoted! to their ol the public road from Petsacola| j ]it.)4)CF would become the vehicle of JOHN QUINCY ADAMS oi Feb. 28.-Sclu' Amelia, Reilly. .

service, has never failed to sustainme. to St. Augustine, in the Territory | pn.s"u, :md himself the pander of corruption. Massachusetts St. Marks. L1

Confident in tne trust that of Florida, was read a third time a Under such circumstances the was y ster ay cIcctcu -o- -, .
wisdom of the l'1-e.-.h would be a curse iaihcrtiun a blessing PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
the "Legislative and pa ssed. Custom //oInt'. Prnsacola,i."J "
i Councils will guide aid direct me 4: ; a source of mental darkness and not STATES for f. ul' year, to .cou- JuMt.ry 1th Hs2S..5 '
1 of ilium.nation, and! constitute one of tne nu nee on the fourth day of March ,
\ in the path abuve of my all flicial he duty, and P1E1 1 i @ lli g : instrumei.ts of venality ami oppression, next, vvhtn the present tel m of! SAILING DIRECTIONS! '
lelying, upon uprr- !
= instead of 1).Jl1g' hailed as the guardian Mr. MOKUOE'S Administration For J'esatls bounilinto Pe,8icoa. -
intending Providence of that being s.1.tIu.I.v. MAUCII 5, lH'_ ,. '> and ceiitinei cf i ii tieedom. will have 7I7"l'-SlsKLS c<>:nnf tron the KastwardV

\ in whose hands our breath is, Cotton.-bn.ce our last tlis uriicle has'i Tor ourteif| we are deciileilly in favorof expired.JOHN slioulil keep in 7 fathoms water until -:

; and whose are all ourwajs." taken d ri
; Gl'ntlem'n-I pray you to make from 121-2 to 16 cents, according from al: 1CSIICtIiiSeXCejt those imposcd Carolina, has been dUlY elected bytlv w. wniMi thy can stand in for the bar

_ acceptable to the House the assurance quality. by truth und deconnii, and a proper Electoral votes, 10 be VICE until in 3 tti".I1! :. which; is the snoalest
respect for, the people to WHom it PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES water on time bar jt low water, witn the
for .
ofmy profound gratitude I
Pairol6.-'ihC ma> be :.uhln'jjcd.fe cle-sirc might upon tight br.iriiig.N.bv w. After arriving .n ,
: \"I' confidence ; und to accept, To our present rjumlnrof alisubjecis, in WinCh the PUbIC is intcristec fur four year, to commence en the time bar agreeably to the above directions
the Per.sicola and .
Gazette
Wst Honda
yourselves, my thanks for the Advertiser, completes the .first volume -! !, and thtj Tress is :he uied.umthro' fourth Ly ul'larcu next, when )ou Miust tiien steer :. W. u:>tii time g. w. .

friendly terms in which you have since its establishment.: Toj those wincn they arejto be iticied lot the examination M i'. ToMFKiN's* term of service end of bt. Uosa Island bears E. bs" and ;
ot tliq No pussioie iiiji w'll have the Light louse S'. when .
communicated to me their decision. 'who havo bestowed patronage upon ourpaper people. expired.Those w. you can
,r) can ar.se irom, ..or call thel e be an} steer for the Lght until w.thni the Island
either advertisements
by or subsciptionsand '
"t'.L table objection to, the adoption of when you can Haul up into the 1 i
who wish passage
JOHN have ;paid us witli punctuality J: mal to become .
QUINry ADAMS. but led assured that it and steer for the free
tins coui>c, we subscribers bay danger.
we take tins occasion to tender\ our to this Gazettr, on the commencement -
ll'astiingtcn.ftb. 10, 1825. warmest thanks. Those whoarr. still in- must be productive of he iiiost beneiiciaicou of the second volume, arc requested 1 l he above directions are applicable for
Jloail from Pcnsai.Cmto St. 1itgnstijie. debt ed to us are respectfulj! nLc ted to >iq'iciice.s. If public characters become I to kind in their names without larger vessels coming from thc' \\est yard

On motion of Mr. Call ol Honda liquidate their accounts at a-. early a period tale subject: oi jn\ estimation, tree- dda v. We hall co.itmue t,) f.irnish our with the exception, that they need not I
the Hou&e went into committee as practicable. Tile' expenditures of lioui o; cnq.i.i) is essential to a JudiCltJlb' paper to all our present patrons, unless keep in more than 5 fathoms wat l. 1
1 lour establishment selection, rts ti,1 as .o tile correcnou oiuie I immediate notice i li given of Small vesselsdrawing not more than 14 ,
of the v. hole, Mr. Tomlinson in require great .)t1iiCtiiI a c >ntrary
the of tie: dtusei" \\ an nuliviiiuul 1ruPI'3Cillll.3eii wish and feet can bring the light to bear ?4. J w.
4.y on part proprietor, and ; we hope that they wiil hold
the chair, on the 1 bill to provide the and steer for in the
as -rc:cnlauve oi uu peo- themselves it niLmt until within
w.tnout a correspondent snare amongstour y prepared promptly to comply
additional appropriations to complete customers the prosecution of such all [vlo, to transact Uu if business, ti>cj naie a with our conditions, half mile of it, where they can anchor
n htto KIIOW iUcttaiaCtcroi .1:3 with an off shore wind liiit if
the public road from Pensacoa enterpnze ;nust prove fruitless a.id un- Iu\ten- they HaVe
table.in tions ; u lie: is woi'lin\ uic mote IICet.oim' : to St. Augustine in Florida poh "
; \Jf "F. P. is in but unavoidably
the close of the first aie cain.. .->,u, ti.e. mo*, luicii)!I.111. I- type Miellerud b) M. Rosa Island, where jueycan
uticl also on the bill to authorise; announcing year i postponed for or next.CAUTION.. .
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of our Editorial career, it may not,' be inapposite ti t'J press themselves'.ij.ou tile puu- -- --- ------- -- -_- anchor III a gooJ harbour until da3o
the and : "t
surveying laying out a to take a brief review of the lie CUiiii1t 1tIiJi. i uc eailie or >i mi Jar tig/lt. El
road from St. Mary's river to I' past, as well as give some intimations, in reasons urge tin, n.-cc:.i) ,t bJ\'III ? a u. I I The ebb t-.de sets s. w. and the .flood '

Tampa Bay, in the "Territory of ; relation to the future. : ocrat latitude to l ll1 : ul.',cu.aiuii .ot public ,A NY debts, contracted bv the crew of I f.. !. which shotiiii be caretullv observed .' i

Florida. Mr. C. moved to fill the I, When we determined to engage I'in tin- ruca lIl'cs. It l(| to c..iibal, pubuc /*. tie! armed Brig Volcano, will not be by all vessels CO 1lIIg 111, as tli e ('bnll
blank for the b man jemem ot this Press, wecouudentU. uti.I'I.un, 'iiid ttJC Itau i.ti1i..u, a.u di- paid by tie Captai.i or Consignee .carry you on till ca.co.s shoal and the
sum appropriated } I I believed, that the resources and population I uct.ii best calculated to dl..d.IICC Hiesociety Hcns.c i, March 3.1. 1825. flood sets directly in over the middle j
the first of thes otlis
with
SbOOO of I'cusacola and the .adjacent cuutr '.- Jlo.3IaJi.) .IU1 nl1i'I'UI0'| ; noin ground. ',
which was carried lit then lUui j i }., required its establishment, aid! that: 'one SiK
bill wild( 12COO. j proportion of public patronage. In Editor who would convert u mio an ,en Schooner Angelina, '
f 'I this calculation we ha\'e not bcen\lisaj; '- J Kine ol Ilce.nuour..u. ,..%, or lite 'III I.nl1u..i $.'Ti Il'- c" "."nnati; Whiskey. -. -.. -- -.-.--------- -i
On this motion, Mr. M'Coy inquired I pointed: ; and although we have been *ho w')\ ( pros-,nut; U tor us impartial- g/s
of the Delegate from Florida .compelled to struggle with all those iUUcuities :I l)', are cqu.IIy obnoxious to tiie ciur;cof 14 do. molasses, TARENOTICE..

with respcd to the necessity { wc.drnt to almost every enter- being em&ciiies! to its freeJO.u ; aiul uucicr 15 do Louisville steam mill flour, rrH E Subscriber takes the liberty of

for the road, its proposed length, i pi-iic ill its intancx, ) et (with the I aid oi : the guuiance Ut'ic1i a spirit, it becomes 5. do. best prime pork, informing the Citizens of Pmsiicotaenendlv '. J
I Llw.lc warm friends who have xeriea as lungeruus to trie nghla 01 lJae 25 hoxes mould candles, ) ', that he has fur.some; time nast
and whether the would
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present sum i themselves to ohtaina11"0nage to our I peopie, as though' It were nuuned by 9 q'itrterbbls. buckwheat meal, co.1templateclle\VIl16 tins city on a visit

sufficient to complete it. establishment, ana from whom w e request J paity, or suoject |lo the control ot an 11. 5 kegs salmon, to the North,for the enuw; summer, and .

Mr Call in reply, requested the a coiitiimancii of their efforts) v\Je Have I pinnateur. | 5 do. tobacco, that he still intends to do so. lie there .

reading ol a letter at the Cle, k's sutceetu-tl in tirmcuntiiig tliem: and tHe The nghl of expressing and publishing 6 boxes Flinn's ciderii;, fore avails hi uselr'ot t this opportunity of' J

t&1Jlt". He then robe in his place growing population of tic interior;, affords I II his opinion. wills candor and freedom 100 do Cologne water, expressing his unfeigned thanks for ,the i
Jus I assurances;, that our Ubors inj' future j secured to e.crcit! zC:1I in our countn, For sale at his store corner Palafox and favors conferred o" (him during tit* residence -
and stated, that, at the last session i w ill be amply. rev, anted. Til* additional { :and they who .would' ihfnnge this privilege Intendencia street. in tjelS-icoa.! ; and would als.i.v

a r.de had been authorised lo be I MJ-port will enable us at some"" *utue : by restraints, would, had 4licy, the F. Pa Cuier. form the public tnat he expects without ..

made from Cape Sable, the south- !, ptnod to enlarge our sheet, and thercb) ;power, put a gag, into our luoullis and Jan. 2d, 1825.-_ 44-tf N"STONK'tf fail, to leave tin- place as t'arl as the first

rrn extremity of :Florida, to the ,. givt c.rcuiation to a greater quantity andvarcty ]impose upon us all, the rigorous exactions day of Al'flnext ; and sho\iM his former .
Bay of which is its : of'information. of a censorship jrt t huv e charity enough MS BET.VH"AVE customer or others, wisn; any living done
Tampa, or. I .
I, With regard to tile duties of. an EhI 1 to believe that there are mine such ;i.i the received 'Schr. Caravan in ins jiTOfe53Ioiat.lne i of
Wl and also the mark-I per I ; "
:Cl'n coast, tor, there are probably none others of I community in whicii we live. Although wHd from New-York: ami are now opening J40 J AI >i IliSlT. 1: I. I

ing out a road from St. Augustineto greater responsibility' ) and lionel) which 1 the course we ha'', c 1lopttias not met a han.lsnme Assortment of goods suited such as chairs, carriages, or other orna ,

Pcnfeacola. It was now proposed are more embarrassing m their e ccut (lI. |i 1 the ..ipprooation o ali, yetwe are satisfied to the season, vi/ : mental or si.4h painting; ; varnishing of I

to complete :i.e latter rotd, which M ith subscribers of ever) grade[ ot ac-il t 1 that they must cknowledge we nave il1 packages fine cutlery, knives, scissors furniture in the: best manner, &c. &c he

hid been marked out, and also to qurehient, and entertaining opinions as 11 1 been impartial.have I. Whatever exceptions &o. and plated wares, will be very happy to attend tl) I,itir commands
tXIl lid the I'oild l now luuiingfrom variant as their: face', it is unreasonable to : I hftvebeentalcento_ the opinions wean 2 cu-ies Gmther'i.bC1ot. fine calf Brngans with punctuality and fh"sp.dCb; .
expect, that we should succrcd meet1 I 1 Editor our columns
in I expressed1 and ladies' slippers, and on the most reasonable term*. t
Cape Sable to Tampa Bay, .northaruly the \iews, or gratifying' the tastes of J II I have always beet open to rtpjvs irurn 7 cases men's amid boy's hats assorted, \v. ", : .
l from Tan! pa Bay to t'l all, on evcry occasion. However sin- 4 our correspunden ; on such. occasions, 1 case flannels, kerseys and felt iugi, Champlin.' .f'
it 'ceiely dispoieil we be to consult 'we acknowledge no forfeiture 1 stoutknit Pensacola, Feb. 16th Id25-if. ,. 'i
Mary's river, where wbuld meet may I engAge- case half hose, netts & caps )
a road now existing in (jeorgia. the wishes and feelings of our natrons' iwhere menu and claim i 0 exclusive privilege ; 3 cases cloths and cassimeres, assorted, l". I

,luleugth hundred buch a diversity prevails, i. is 1mt{ we arc unwilling ;o adopt any lc'ur 1 cae mixed and blue sattihetts, assorted NOTICEITS :
would be iliutittwo. practicable( to I 11 the benefit ot wl ich '" ._ .
pursue any; giveityot \\ course ourselti we. woujd i
hereby given. That at the next term 1
miles, the whole of which (!i&- W1UCI1 would .couinndtiih'ersa1 'approbatioh. be clif to extend'tu "
; i not. v ming iHully o- 4- cases readymade clothing, superfineblur % 9rthe lIon.'tht-'Caunty urt, I will
lance it would pass through the The )..of'Kentunciits lhcrs.. Our great )purpose the dissemination black and coloured.'coats, do. the and ., and .
} present accounts 'ouciters
public lands, and would thereby ana opinions, which. would be lauded by ,of t'rutu: .; i if others $re wrong;', we .fro .coats, military mixed:do. blue, make .final settlement oftu estate of ,,:,'. J
some, would b rejected oilera with feellt boundei duty'to correct them coloured cloth and cassimere" :
greally enhance their value. He by j : (i ; bUck'apd Jacob Odeil, late of Hensucola deceased. .
repugnance ami I loathing. ',lt i i lPPOSSi. i if we. 'are.:"in error'i : lit. equally:our' desire pantaloons; sattinett .do. silk, .
Averted James Carr .
to the difccufty. of suppressing bie to it'rve.up:repast, however' ilesirable to; be-correcte bjf our. correspundeizts.Pressconductdupoit tqilincff'and cassimet-vestv &c. &c. ;: '

I piracy in the. Gulf of that .will.always' suit i such a multipLciing A these principles 3 'cases'faucy goods, prints, cambricsfincy I_Feb..25__ -1p--51-tf. .ddiaini.lrut_ .4
:
:leuco appetites. Allthat can be, cannot. labor under erroneous robes linen cambric cravat : .w ..I'
I ? 'ampa Bay (which was : accoinplisheti f J ,long ; .'--,
I e best harbor in.tl e South of is, to st moiixlate :them[ alter impressions, ; open, HP ,it is, to .tlje productions fine.Irish linens, bomUazettes,. Jn.tlemel -. NOTICED: : ,t ts ; H
ziatd'its' tar aspracticablcwhere pnnclpie uf juries.constitute a ii.mat \' fashionable l cravats, fancy :
I Ilorida) notorious dcz.I ( \; hereby given/Tut: | 1 tt &ned tem\ ;.
being a is not the 'nieasitr. In .at which tntt..tcd robeaLa4ies'siLkbigs black
involved in point are con an rkel ,
\nth w .
,of the lion. th'e. C6 I will .: -
s for I J County l1l1., 'jr ..
I pirates, as well .as for- fu.tithe performance of tins task,' something c embbdicVl the o1iii ions of the 'different. 'stocks &c&c. I iresent the. account and vouchers, and 1 II".
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slavet from 'Georgia, the ,mubt be etiti usted'to the discretion'of' the members 'of socie y.. public opinion, .' .3'bales Ior.price shirtings. ,. 1 I iiake affinal settlemertt the.estate .of "M J :

Ote 4iment had found it 'n'ecesaa- Editor; every individual, who is qualified" t,when th conden d, ytercises_a. potent lease, good. 'quil, I va !Silts Newton, 'late"o(peiuwcola, decease, .i *;. ..
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1 to establish : to discharge ilk! :.respoiiiible .duties imposed -' .:and'irresisrafale trol .over the editors .1IfD 1" ''" 'id. :" .. :. .*. .,*. <" :'itt '. -.T
JT a. -miliiary post by the )hianagement of a press,. -c fewsperand indeed over, ,every. 1; variety of atUer'Roods in store.r tuch 'as i. -' ..

.ffre. :The post-which is to be ai should have a'course oi1 hsownezibriicing dividual whom society i' ,cmposed.I I blankets-flrX apevwool': hats,' cotton. ; .f John .1ejtjttii. t. ,. -1 .- i
i ::.fcn anent one 7 are such the"Pre Ucjiome* ** ., : : .' ., .' 1 : J"" .:.;.J.J.//afll.._,._..,..". '.' ,- : \\1
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*" ,. TALLAHASSEE '
q.i p pI ,v! 'L'l..t..t..t '
.j AN ORDINANCE, .. b'pet 11'tT pietcabIe. be ue.IGU.. totecoTert4reL'. .: . < : .L

f: 1 I b rout c "Ret-tftwJ1r *e v e tffiemi / elates frcmTthe, and Prttdfrfrtfer tote or_ ,ofone Hat .rbe f the. ,t, .AaJ strateba 6e at Jr KJ. tJiodtiiMl._ 'O. _11;. 1 :(t.pYi -no id.>,, n "'-/.P1orl"l'. : ., II'oj
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I. .J l4..ARTICLB.L Jarrs c&tnined' &n In the opinion ctiaevoiicw. *. appoihtrd nndet '
ercr shall be they shall. this tnItiB.CosartCt w CJS A.JY11 ew8 :
; under
: not be sold if they can_be{lured far the Irj mQa bl to 1sy tas i : ,; -i theUorernor>and Council (
+ i !I ,-oE it ordcintd by the Btard tfnen ,.ll4t tax andcostjforafly term not 'exceeding1 incev- abal1 'nnilrkto. pay7 ,the oTthe e-- Territory of' Florida-,. on .the PO a8 s xpIatZD rill r .f j
,, J fthr CilJ tJn14 That, n4e h 1&I1 be the duty of the Collector 1 ; .
'' i one year. same,, t ._ first Monday of April neil.proceed to sell : n( id9.
t '. n.onth of January in each year, three 6. ;dud be it ftother Ord iteJ, That :oil to repottUKilief to in_the'principal square,to the highest bidder .1ntet eh y.
be who
-animittionrrs, shall appointed, selling personal property, ,the Collector the lots Tttllaliassce ; tile plan of soliciting the .a -
1 ""ial br freelmWers, whose duty it shall shall advertise the distress ,ten days previous inay be granted as circumstances may re- I which embraces one hundred and sixty IN public in the e laudable bf' r

; : to receive a list-or taxable property cafrery to toe day of sale. by puttipg q 1Y.. 1r acres of land, and will be submitted on difnrsing] .local and general o
ut
from each and in- ; That all intett 1tCetiF
description every rertisements three 8. died be.cf/Irrtfer Ordained.
conspicuous application and on the,day of sale{ for the moiig the citizens of thb
; 1bii.nt. and to assess the value of real onlinances of ordinances youn?
+ former or parts ahrl
in tbe'.chyAnd: on selling: l'rentinrtea1ntatC' information of purchasers. The ..sprcVrt Territory the
rfshing1 _
xiithin the bounds of the of Pens Editors
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state corpora hire sale of slaves shall forraising a revenue inbe city
; or Or he bv said act, are slat per cent diffidence and .
} embarrassment
,on : "hoal1 be entitled to ten dMan cob be and the Barre ate larchYrepeal -.
ailtrrtise the week for four iL
t't same once a advance oncost of each lot : the residue r attend the
ich as a compensation for their tces. ; That .in this ordiiahce ways commencement or
ed Prvtided nothing .
weeks previous to the day of sale or c in Hire equal, annual instalments and enterprise, the termination tz '
That it of h
2. vffii/ be it Jkrriher Ordained construed to .lbeI
ahaU as preheat I
be
so
lease,in some newspaper pubfistied in the the lots and individual security held bound votvrd in the uncertainties .
-jail be thC'dun' of the Secretary of thlard e for the 1823 of
the Collectors of taxes
years
if be the
and in
city no pubiinhed
the of'which
} paper for the on completion Yet, feeling solicitous
h payments to be tudblS
.: to furnish the Commissioners asx & 1824 from completing the collection of I
o city, therrby putting up advertisements titles will be made to the respective ,, community, they avail lute
the assessment themselves
: >n as possible with at three conspicuous places herein.t the sameagreeabiy to the ordinances lien ,' of 6e
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t and also with owners. present auspicious period, '
the
ills of the preceding year, In r
be That existing.
7. .R sd itJ'ut'tAnOrtJainnl resident ,
Tallahassee is situated about nineteen of and
a new
F :lank rolh for entering the following isms growing country, to
F. H.
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Nisbet
[owners shall bato (Right to redeem
wit miles nonh of St. Harks near three navigable -the patronage and support ofthe
of taxable i
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property : _
slaves teal estate thus hired Uas .
,, Houses and Lots, or the lilac President of the Board. streams in a.-fine fertile country, :;:of the interior, to a News-Paper,the .'

'i' { laves of et such ot sold lease duringone or safe on year re paving fifom to' the Approved 3ht January1325.. growing sugarcane and sea-bland cot too, portance;j and utility of which,. if n4Wpr

Four wheeled pleasure carriage, his i John Jerrisou and watered by never failing stream and conducted, no one will be disposed
I purchaser money, and//y percent on fine uestion. **
springs. -
I Dearborns, I j the amount ofthe tax and costs, and pay* Mayor q
a e Two wheeled pleasure carriages; ing for all improvements which may hate Public Buildings. The resources of this delightful-

? ,.. Horses and mules been made unreal estate. Non resident Attest, The Commissioners will be prepared to of the country, its contiguity totiteGaff
3. Jlnd be ;Jvr&er Ordained That,the o..nerssbaU have a right to t redeem under N. S. PAR. : AIv tTI1R, receive proposals, immediately after the I Mexico,' and to a fine back coootrjif

I M. 'seal: year chall commence on the first the same restrictions during, two e andayof &crctary.r sale of the lots cr Tallahassee, for the erection 1|I r Gt"org'as also its.central situatioa .

i av of January annually, and all property from the lease or sale* "- of one wing of the public build spire the pleasing expectation, that JS

,.,* iall be awes&ed in the name of the per- 8. Jhid be it further Ordaihid, That fo ALABAMA robes to be durable; a.atenas.; Persons I i i bccwnre a place of considerable iaJ2taiice /
r jn or pM-sons holding the same, on theJ5t STATE | ,as well as the centre of n !
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selling personal property, the Collector who may be disposed to undertake rrrk 1
+ : day ot February in each yew And shall entitled the : INGTUN COUN rv. j! and science in Florida.
be to same fees as are of consid rabl importance, would do well
":sb3.n be the doi of the commissionersppointctl allowed constables! for similar services; Suit in Qhaucerv for Divorce. to'attend. A plan *iil be submitted for The FLORIDA bmurBzxfn a !
+,! as fcfore *id, to complete the I I to be a vehicle of local and '
n and for
selling, leasing or hiring real estate ;oho D.morid : the information of those persons interested general
isessment and make return tlu-ixof to CoTjngton, Alabama i formation and accessible
to all
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s1a'es and for I
acinutitie and need uho
or making[ .. no?+e apply. n.ay not
1 .L ce Board of Aklenveu., on or before th ledgiiig;,deed or lease the sum;of two dol Lzza Dirnond. Circuit Court.I !.. be enabled to give satisfactory secunty I who may be desirous of discussing topMi

;1 first dayy ofMarcli el1&uH1g..i" Ian and fiJl cent; a id such deed or T appearing1 to the satisfaction of said for the taituful: pcrfonnauce of his con of'to public nature cr of commu
4. .nd be tit/ :/- Ordained That on lease shall be recorded within month scientific researches and literary 1
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one Court that the Defendant in this case tract. cvm.
i j.if # :,,return of the aisessn nt, it shall be theluty from the Hut alt personal and invidious
I j da"ofitsexecutioo. is not a resident of this Stzte, it is therefore disputttioou
Robert Butler
" f; of the Secretary to make up the tax ordered that unless the defendant in PI I averdiversity ot'altack onprivatccS
t1,.:: i vii for the collector, b)' f.dding to each ARTICLE III:. this ppear and de- Thos. H. Neon j raciershall be suppressed.
case plead, answer or j
" .:'i I '1 ,' ''te.: /tit tasotson, the following rates to 1. And be it further Ordained, That a tnurto the complainant's bill of complaint j This paper is not to be devoted to o.t
\ -.Il : Treasurer 1 be I Ambrose Or: ,ne, man or to subserve the
Ml'i sya'l appointed annually, .n or before ''the first day of the next term 3 j I purposes of afst.
Ii' On all h-'uses and lots the property of who Tallahassee 18J43 1: tion, to laud one or
previous to entering) upon Ihis duties I of the said that the bill be taken i Ucc. 1h, -4-J!n. I depreciate another-
t'! : .et'scre resting within the limits of iheitioi t h.ih take an oath faithfully to {discharge pre cot jetto CJurt. that this order be pub- I The feelings (f every individual,fron the
:: .- ;, tventy-JtTf cents on e.clt MICr the humblest to the
i orf' .. same and shall give bond with two or 'lishtd once for two months. MARSHAL'S .iLl'u. j most exalted, should be
I.J i 4'!.ta <, iM-crt o f the t-afue thereo mOl, sufficient sureties in the sum of tvoihwsjnd i inviolate and secure. And the
f Att Press.
f + ; '1. i >: I'uuses and lots claiaieu or own : d Uar.. payable to the Mayor: st Maria Malta Lx'tx of the kst I while under our control, shall
,I i' ,d b' rjuisrt-sidmg' without the l.n.its 'I and his successors in office for the use of Saml. Brackin, will and testament of Jay iueliarcelo degraded to the sacrilegxiuj never be

.';',)r. "f cojpuration .'ty-Jivc cents vn each j II the City, conditioned for the faithful performance I. CP c Cir. C't of Conngton Cy. deceased. i moral and religious lC purpose ime .ofmiauling .,

lie h"u::lrcd dollar of ti* value of the duties assigned him ; and 49-St. I tv i or converted to an engine of domestic i di
. *:,1 : Or, xll *!la>es aDt the age often and j shall be entitled to three per cent on all! -- II I Francisco G. Arroyo and Fran- : cortl and internal disscntion. Itspot&ck*

\ 4 Uiacrjfif1: } years. vhe d.tcr.Oi. I nioniesby him recehed, in full for his. \orr.l IES PUBLIC. : cisca JontesExecutoisof I will he llepoJlican1"hile the asperities?
..,dl tu l'r viuc'vl a pleasure cam- ices. Francisco I
sen Caso Y Ixien ;o and recriminations of parties, as far as.
; l g t.. ciiting! t..r.t-nt dollar I 2. +iwbe it further Ordained, That it vOTlCE IS 1EKEDY GIVEN, That deceased, and Francisco CAo able, will be :voided.The .

:-s On ciich lrca borii including; one shall incumbent, on all persons pursuing j t the mulersipied are the: only Notaries Y Luenpi sole heir. press tpe and paper, will bo

,jt 401 sci n ule, fit't' "tlur". I the followinc avocations to pay to the PubliC' 1uit contruissioned in the : 3 Y virtue of sn execution in this case, immediately conveyed to Tallahassee

, "jfi Oi r;.ch two ul 1,etletl pleasure carrisgerncluutiij Treasurer per annum for a licence the fol- city of Pensacola. I shall proceed to sell at PUBLIC (where one of the firm now resides,) sad

.!: it out horse or n ule, Jive oltc rs. i lou ng sums; but licences may be taken i 1SS.. Parmaniier.Joseph \l''TJOX, on the first Tuesday m the publication; of tile paper commenced,
r On, ati iu-rst-s ur mules not otherwise i vartcrh" or semi-annually at the same"rate \siren next, in from of the Court House assocn as a sufficient 'number of subscri
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l' sacs, t tee i;111:(. s.TJirt ?, to wii : !I J aro. in tns city, between the hours of 10 A. her are obtained; which it is hoped sad
f, : :-; a r coj-it s shell he rr.ide of the tax ,. For license to keep a single Billiard-i I February llfli, 1823- i9 3 w. 11. am! 2 P.M.Jfcr expcted'ill be in the month of NovV.CQXDJTlojrs. .

f r voli, one of u h.ch; hall be J K iivereit to tneCtulei '!, iMc! 'thirty doll.,.. : :i| 30 : The Lot &
(,f' :. : tor b\ the brat daj o* .\.Py r 1 n>. o II l- Forlicer.r to keep two BlI I J. Snhi&'s Panacea. -v. Buildings, .

I one to the Treasurer aid one shall re- i bles at the sure place, jlfty 29.ta-dri- : 1 g :.. .-., ;] *u.283, The FLORIDA IsrzLUGExria will be

I win in the bfcu-tan N uU;ct. la-s, : j j: 50J !HE subscriber ha\i rig discovered the j I jfc *jg:lon Inter.dencia street in the Ci published on a large royal sheet at Five

r \ I 5. ind be it further; 0] rod, That ;J: For license to keep three L'lllranj-ta-' conipoxiior ot .SvtMne't celebratedPanacea ct ei.aa"ola, cont..uningteet fronton Dollars per annum payable in advance.

:'i a ; \ : >hcne\er the comnassit-nrrs shall havensdeantum I I'f I I bles at the same p.!:ce, lixly;;doli Was iiu, *. a suppl ou hnd forsJe. f'i said A t'j-.eta} 170 feet deep. It is necessary that this rule bcinvariaoh,
.
: of the *;.ess+c rl.t, public 1 i: tars, ; : : GO lie Iris reduced fuse price Iran go5J complied with and it is hoped that all
t I 1' I joticether '.f sUll be ;i\en by the feea"e For license to keep a.bar in Bach es- to 2 5v/, Or by the doters .". I Iknj.'yinan? D. d.f who sign, will consider its importance.

f:"'f- aiy. and the rt-turn su made hall rerai I ta {lighn'entsWt":l aoUa-s.I 1 All cnaritaue msXUutu.sisiii Ue United for il rue Sebi ee, u.v.. F. Advertisements will be inserted at ooo

''f ', f \ i.. oj.-en subject to the inspection of aIi |I For license to keep a Slrife-o6ard States and tue'poo' : will be supplied gra Nov 3'Jtt11S..4-i>9-Iarit4m.STONE dollar for the first publication of ever/
," ,I I ly person intciested for to o reeks from :J t and a bar, thirty JW.'urr, :1'' SOi tis.; :j twelve line or under, each subseqaet*

,; ,'" ; jie date of notice, n-.3" 6 P. M. at i For license to keep a tavern, bar\\ included If the citizens of the principal cities and & MSB ET insertion fifty cents.

:ii.r. ':: \ lie Secretary': otiice,Saturdays Sun I where at least wiz beds towns wilt appoint I ,an agei.t, to order and Any person subscribing and paying far

, ..j': lays cxcepted ; and any person wishing and stabling for six hcn eslare' distribute this natl.CllCotht, poor, st Will nave recc.vi d per Scl'.r. Emblem, fromJLiXewYo five copies,shall receive the sixth gratat

; ;.. l o appeal tram th assessment of thereiniiisMontrs proxidedfoi the accommDdation lit slPl plied. k, and Tom Snelds. from Editors are requested to insert this

.' '' 1 may tile objections in writing of travellers, ./f if tees dol/ON, 1 : 15 1 Iris Medici ne is celebrated fur fie 1Ur..tins. Prospectus in their respective papers and

". ,\ t. \ with the Secret ly, For license to Jeep a tavern whfre cure cf the roil icing U.* .*s .Scrofula 9)v 'r'Ub13.. Hour of superior quality, to assist us in obtaining patronage. Oo?
' : 6. ;1n
'; .p rah shall bt acUtt upon b)' the Board I .! ts above required, thirty elfI.I .IOlib standing: rtieuniatic artcctions, Jk cgs Lard, forwarding the names of aubscribrn with

,: i''". .f; ..t its first session after the expiration of I lari, : : 30 cutaneous diseases wime swelling anu 10 firkj:1, mitter, ; uut delay.

-11 he time allowed Cur that purpose : Proidea For license to retail goods, wares or diseases of Ole Oflb and all cases general 50 Uaa, coffee, j j* Please direct for the present to this

:. :': neverthetftt, That when any person merchandi, share xhstock'in' !) of an sloe ous character and chru- 30 sack. Liverpool ground salt place, or to Tallahassee

.. J i\\ -hail have been sick, or ab-iit, or shall!t tr:+.:c shsli; not exceed one tliou-1 mc diseases, generally aiisim,; in ueim ta 5 kegs tobacco, Gordon, Crane & Co.

i :, .K. Jiow gtxxl cal. e fot not having taken an sand dollars,fivetMla s, : j; S ted con tltution.s, more espctiailj ALSO, Prn>zcolal3ta October ltd' .

i'1'' \ '.pjK"1 ciw.ngih tine prescribed the For license to retail r tina.1"0 wares or tram sy ha.Ls, or atttction ursiug they;- JO packages domestic plaids and stripes, *

" ; 'and shall, at. its discretion, hear the alt merchandise; where the stock in uictr: in the La\n\, nodes ( c. s'lirtingb, linens and a variety of other articles PENSACOLAm
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: a} : *jeal at i r.y o?her time. trade shall be over one thousand. And that dn-4t.lUtJl 4isei occ.u,oned uy a. wbi ii with their former stock, will

r .J .;: i I 7. -ind bt It ft'lheJrdQ'Ilt' That if i iiin and I lefts than two thousand dollars long and excessive use ot mercury, "c be found superior to any assortment"ever o ( :D
1JtI I. I ])else n shall! in to the cnmnnyo"rjcrs offered in this market S
. give
, i ten dollars, : : i: 10 It is &:50 useful >n diseases of the Urer.Mum received
t. it. t a fraudulent list of U xab Ipro- For license to retail goods wares C J'JFl C.ITPSI December 3d, 1B24.STATIONARY. JUST per schooner Caravan
; .from
; or sl\alltail neglect to render New-York an addition ti
..rI irtj or 2.jue or merchandise ,
where thc
stock
have, within tile last two years, had the former supply of books
:\ and flithfullist of such property, at in trade hall be ,among whidt
ox-er two thousand
J it. I .he time rtquired by this ordinance, Uietrson and less than four thousand an opportunity -seeing several cases oj are the following :

11 t1 or persons so offending, snail for doUarSi freer dollars, : 15 very inveterate ulcers, which, having resisted f CST received and for sale at the Pen St. ?ton 'n's Well,by the avthor o/IVatete

: felt and pay for the use of the city the : For license retail : previously the regular modes of / sacola Book Store; a small assort BidmKfie-ld's Medical Practice,
to
goods,
; lun. o ivemy dollars, io be re cot red be merchandise where tile wares stock or .,tnt.ment were\healed by the use of MrSwaim's mart of Franklin's Journey to the Polar .

fore any raagistrtiie l..v,r.g jun diction.13L trade shall exceed four thousand in panacc*,.and I do be lid ve, from Quills, superior qtialit Hajjji Baba's Adventures
what I have sees; that it will aido's
,. dh1LLL1J. prove an A\ Naval Heros, Prose by a Poe

\ I 1. and oe itJurlONilJi1(', That .. For license dollars to tventy rt tail dollar spirituous, :or vinous :. 20 important mercurial remedy .in scrofulus, venenal & Letter Paper, Songster's Museum, Salem \Vitchcraro'Coleman's

:. !"i I ; Coat c tor attars shall be appointed anro liquors less than one quart, diseasfs.N.. CHAPMAN M D Wafers, Anecdotes
,
:
nu"li; wit' 'ma to eutenng upon 11:' thii ty dollars, : : : $U r Institutes and : Seallll Wax aud Egan's Sporting Anecdotes
dutt" "Ia.il b nd with Professor cftt Practice Gregory's Chesterfield 2 volt 1
H'jvt: < tuo or more For liceme to confectioners within atOffice
,I wfrcirni s.,r .t,e* in the SUE Of tvo the limits of the tradcjf/hwi di l- Physic in the Uttveroty ofPennsyhanic Tape. Charlotte's Letters to Wirter,
9 1 have the
the mJJhis : employed panacea ot S:r. Ilumoruort's collection Anecdot g'
A.fI".Ol.J dol.n. to Major : fart
payable : : : : : 15 Swaim in instances W. Hasell Hunt.
: I sheetsi. oncefor the use of tne For license to hawkers and pedlars of numerous wvfii.i the Le Sage's Devil on Two Sticks,
last three years,and have always found in 4th Feb. 1825. La Yea rouse's Voj M2Xevf
I *city, conditioned or the faithful perforinance goods wares or merchandize, age,Living Plays
efficyc
3. of 'us cajolements, vi'i he shall rviCCiv > tvelre dollars, 12rvrixmse extremely ous, especia in seconnercurlal Robinson Crusoe,
; i .
I &1 autl :or ns> serv.ces, /rtv per Car++. : for every wagon, cart:or J'- yphill: and, d.tease. I haY Tftli \Ll\lOX, Phillip's Speeches,T tier's E1C'maUj-

on tie aiiUMt.t collected dray, including horses or mules, of no inestimable hesitation in pronouncing ita medicine, PAPER devoted exclusively to f'01'.11.eln Tales of My Landlord d Series :.

S 2. .141.1 l. It/a'llla" Un'dned. That on kept for hire, tveke dollars 12 value.1 news and literary compilation R : Scott's Lady of the Lake, >.

the first Uvot Apr.taii.iuallt, the Collector For license to auctioneers, ten Gin SON, M.D. is pablished weekly' in the city of New-1. Walker'sTliree Spaniards 2 TS&. *
tea C.
per
1 shall coiii*ience the collection of the ,en the amount of their commissions. And Prof tor oJ.t'urger" in the University York. Besides the ordinary" record of po- :i Butler's Farmer's Manual

taxis ; feiui shall Call 'rICe at least, at the auctioneers shall charge to the of Pnm 8yltYJru'a litical events abroad, the Albion republishes 'I Barbauld's Lessons vith coloredplaiaDeppings ,
.au' net Kitnee of each taxable:..' ital.t anu owners JOHN 5IlliN, Chtrist. at the debates
; for the sae of the city, Dace n' cent on the length, of the Brtish i Evening's Entertainments _
i at IUt..t ot' eicn oith hr shall pad o amount cf nil sales, which they shall'j Ipaf N.Philadelphia B. For sale, .}b. 17,1823-13 lam ly Parliament on all important subjects ; wing's Geography, Gregory's Lea ;\
TI-I to i..e Irtviiu-er all tne niomes he over, as herejnafterreqsired,to the City I at \Smith and 1'earsall's N. and the decisions of the English Courts, Locke's & Bacon's Essays
4 hu\e colirtttd.I E; corner of Third and Market Streets.
day Treasurer. incases cf'gei,eral interest. Its literary Hodgdon's Letters Linnet Song Booty
3. .:lw be it further O'd.,nsd, That 3 .Ind be it Each publisher )f a newspaper in the United selections are made from all the prone I Life of Franklin, Washington's Life*.
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=! tllcrchail be Iqed to all p. rsunirl&o Treasurer further Ordained, Tltatlthe i States is requested to publish{ cars nent magazines&journals of the London Watson's Philip 2dand 3d,2 W Zr.
than pay their taxes on or before the first onreceiving; the tax imposed advertisement once a month for one year, Presses. Hawes' Life of Newton, Putnam'sBonaparte's Ltd

r 1, 'of June, a discount ot f t r p c." crnt. a,lei I on licenses which shall give a receipt fortht"(' and send their acc unts for payment. The ALBION is published every Saturday Life,
f same, shall be
delivered: the
t to
all teals vluci shall rctnan unpaid after I file the I Astley's
: on paper In quarto imperial I Cooper's Lectures
tIt fmib... of August, shal.' be subjected' Secrelarywhostiallnakeanentr of and issue license ) tli r Mail a'eIDe11t. form ; and is forwarded by the Southern Ferrer's Meuical; histories,
; to an a,vliiioi. ol'ien per cent I a jrve ofeJ.et.te.[ ; I mail of the same day. Murray's Materia Medica
4. .Jnd he ra 4. Jnd be it fnrth OrdaineJ. That: UE on Thursday at 10 A. M.
a
j fig Orcua.lcd that after i auctioneers Subscriptions received at the Office of: Phillips on Indigestion,
f tie Is. day ut St pteinbc. tire Coliec- before' obtuining license, shall fdi/I Close on Friday at 1 P. M. the Pcnsjcola Gazette. Baudelocque's

tor sli-iKbc uuiiion eu to distrain for ait.! gwe to bond the Mayor with two and hs'oj.l sureties p41'aDIe ?' Robert| Mitchell._ T>< -Six Dollars per :1.1Dum paya. Toller's Law of Midwifery Executors, ,
taxes which b.a barer rx-s.a-u unpaid i |, successors iii of. L ble in advance. Blackstone
Post Master. Commentaries
flee for the 4 ft z.
; use of tliecitr, in
'\ wiUllhc addtiioii of ten pet cent, and if he i ijtve hvndied the
I shahicglect to disiraiu b) tne first iis) i with a of the Polar Marshal's ,
payment of all taxes Map Sea, and recent FrieiKl's Family,&. fee &
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of October he with Ins hall seining on sales
hable
sureties be
of
L i j made by them They: shall keep BLANK BOOKS.. discoveries Captain Parry; a Map of WHICH, .
to the a.nount not ohccted regular .
"
the
ex
p y between Lakes with
country Erie oft
books Ire'hlch fair and and Ontario together the stock heretofore
.,t $* Cept.iii cases where no property can be' t' shall be correct entries: nus'r rcctived, for sale at the Pe nsaco- with the projected WelUmd hand and
: made o( all sales which said Canal composes a very extensive. general
found ul all ; la Kook
a so warned sliail Sto and
property rti other engravings.
books shall be exhibited assortment of books and will be
to the Treasurer
Y be rovidru.I oft red. at pubLc auction as hereinafter | at the end,of every three months atj .\ Jew Ledgers, sold at the New-York /prices for:'cash.-

: \ I j which time they shall pay over to him Hi Bay Books Territory of Florida, } Country Merchants and public or prirate
\ s. Jnd be it further Ordained, That the j taxes due by them. I j ,, S.Cu/y C. il t. Libraries furnished on the .most Eberl

l t collector iluli first diilrau I personal property [ 5. Jnd be it farther Ordained, That the ) Journals, County of Escarabla,jOctober terms and such books as are ordered

' : ; if Much cannot be kfotnd slavesaliaU J Treasurer shall" keep regular books, (in Letter Books and Tern 1824. ate not on bind will be procured with as

,s t \ be next dif trained ; and lastly realertj.tewhiclisliailbeleased i which shall beellt: red a correct accounti ; | |N motion of Adam Gordon Esquire little delay as possible. Orders from a

+ I ;. totiiat bi 'cf all monies received or paid by him { Children's1coPY Books. \J Acting Attorney for the Territory of distance will be as promptly attended ,'
der mhowil, advance the tax and costs and it shall be his duty to furnish the ll Hunt }1oriJJ. ORDERED, That a'Rule'' be en and meet with the same liberality as a

i i due the rein, for the shortest PcL ai. If Board of Aldermen, whenever required, Oct.30th,1824. tered against the defaulting Grand and personal'

\ the prwpe will not rent fur the amount with a full statement of his accounts. Petit JUAn to appear at the next term of application.Haseli Hunt

,:,.It due, on n lease of one ,'euit snail then : 6. 'And be it further Ordained, That'sifJ '\ NOTICES this Court,. and shew cause, if any they

be sold to the highest bidder,and the o-; any person or persons required b)' this or-> I bare,wbv they should not be fined July 29th 1824. _

rerpjus: .if any, sUJJ be paid to the owner: > dmance to take out license from the Cor- hereby given,' fiat in compuance their said default ; the Grand Juror fin

.F ; or U'rf agent, if kiov.'rt ; if not known it portion of this cit", hall pursue his I le -I alto the 5th section of the Ordinanceof the sun of Fifteen Haflafs.each, and the W. HASELL HUNT,

ahali be put to use by order of the Boardof or their avocation without flaying first the 31st of Jan nary last, the return made Pettt Junn in the sum of ,Tea JkUan ; 71LL draw deeds' P

i Aldermen, till the oanet appear. Protided j tained such license j 'or if any retailer crT i by the Assessors shall remain'open tat he'd.'I And it isfurth Ordered.; ThAt a. .-f* era_ .of attorney,,DUsofD! tbe'

; \ hrmever, slat wen it siiall be render of goods, wares or, :lMnbandise inspection of any- person )nteh'Sted-for:LOpY of the above rule' be, published Ui most_approved T >forcav*nd attend .:to ay' '
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necessary to sell real estate, sucZz part shall refuse to give into the treasurer,th two vreeks from the*date hereof 'at the the Pensacola Gazette, six weeks succea- other writing eh be committed
|thereo on tl..ball be >oid, here, a division office of the 'crr tary. of sneIJ-. A may
'f r aJnountof_ their stock in trade or shaUiy l the Hoard of : true Copy from the Record with piuupltteaa sad accuracy.on 7.
can be Jft2\1 ,:as u necessary.: I render a fraudulent: account Uiereof the Aldermen fram'S'to 6 o'clock >'. M. Saturdaysand Attest .reasonable+ .terms ha 'a1matiOD 1ft. .

the ux awl costs and Prsitded G'Tb'i, persbo or'' aria ofiending!! ,shall tbr SUDdajaex pt!. .1'- :John' Miller C lk. the clerk's office readers_ i adto aPP- r.-' f, .7,. f
tt s when the same penoa shall own more teit and ,
pay jforjthe of the double N. S Parmantier
ilea
s city hiraconvenienl
.1 I -* G ta:tt c wUte, Os .whole amtont'string i Uwjaaouat. of the! license' to which. they Fc.S' 1825. I_ &.,' ;LYW.'Hasoll: Hun. .. b.,c.. about to execote ur.for,!sC21'I't/:
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