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 26, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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VOL. II. : : .. () S4'IURflAYMAROll' 26, UI25.. **, No. 3.,
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TAWS .{}V YLllJ\. '; seat of justice for the said counties II .:That the said Coart shall have and An, act to,regulate the admission of Pby-I! of Masonry unveiled ..toe the community I

respectively. exercisemitted jurisdiction over .all 'offences sicians and Surgeons to practice 4- in this. at. large ? Has not Chrii- I

\n act,repealing the act, assigning the I 3. Btf further enacted, That against the criminal' and Territory.Be it enacted the Governor- tianity opened her. portals, and 4 b

fluties of the Sheriff the Marshals of the commissioners appointed by penal laws: of this Territory, com- by does she not invite-all. who will 1
and (Council of the Territory
of Florida. Legislative
the' Territory I the county court of-the county of w thin .the.Counties ofDu- come to her altars ? and! .yet com
]3 it enacted by the Governor of Florida, That' from and
Nassau. to select the permanent val and Nassau, as well as over all paratively few, ,though,offered the i
and Legislative Council of the Ter-, after the passing of this act, every
seat of said shall civil suits or actions arising with. beatitude of
county: county eternity, press for
Florida, That an act en- who may' be desirous of
ritoTY of j not loqattsaid seat, East of a line in the said Counties, or either! person ward to .inscribe their names in .
tilled an act, assigning duties practising as a Physician or Surgeon '
I he Marshals of the United commencing at the house of William them, and shall also hare and exercise within this. Territory, shall the Lamb's bookof, life ; the reason F

to >latthews, running directly appellate jurisdiction over : is obvious that whichis
-- enjoyed
for the of Florida, before he such -
Territory enters
Staves upon practices 'II
River the and decisions of the ;
South to the Nassau norWest judgments in
common, soon ceases, to
approved June the twenty-ninth, or either of them, file in the
of a line commencing atDrummond's County Courts of 'said 'Countiesrespectively. : be highly valued! How for .
fjgbteen hundred & twenty-three, office of the clerk of the county many.
ferry on the RiverSt. II .their whole life
example, during.. ,
and the same is hereby repeal courts of the wherein such .
be county '
Mary's,) runnieg South to the 5. Be-it further enacted, That practice be .intended to* bepursued never spend a single evening in I
ed. boundary line between said county he said judge of the. Eastern district may contemplating that magazine of j
2. DeAl farther enacted, That ', a diploma granted to j
and the of Duval. shall' have to appointa I wonders'the Heavens !
county power starry -nay, j
the Sheriffs ot'thc respective coun- such intended practiti nerbysomecollege
4. Be it further enacted, That clerk) for; said court, who shall : all.the charmswhich the seasons .
of all
ties hall have custody pri- or universitytogetlier witha '
; the decision of the said commissioners reside at Jacksonville i aid keep unfold in harmonious successions .
hereafter confined by the certificate of the moral character
Miners or any two of them, shall his office herc., Said clerk shall : yield to many but.little pleasureit .
of this Territory, and all prisoners of such intended practitioner
he final l; and the situation thus selected have power to issue process, which is a few only who make them a '3
now in confinement, together and in the event of such intcnded
shall thenceforth constitute shall run as well in Nassai countyas subject of,solemn but-grateful me ii -
with'the commitments on practitioner having he
the seat justice for said counties in the county o? Duval ProvI- no diploma ditatiun. Masonry in concealing j
which have been imprisoned. shall file in the office aforesaid a
they respectively until otherwise pro ded however, that the said: clerk herself from the general view, I
and all business confided to the certificate of his having studiedthe
vided by Jaw. shall before tntering on the dutiesof seems to have taken a hint from, I
Territory shall science of
Marshals of this 5. He it further enacted, That his office give bond in the penalty physic or surgery .nature)who does not receive the !
the Sheriffs of the : for the of either
translVred term two
be lo the sair! commissioners shall be of two) thousand dollars with ,. years, bounty or feel the care of Providence I ::144l
counties, in which the at a college, or under auspices of
iespective entitled to receive such compensation security, to be approved of by the although the hand. which 4
Provided that
business! belongs, for their services as may be Judge of said court, conditionedfor reputable physician or surgeon, bestows every good and preciousgift
in thin act contained shall and two'of the judges of the ;
;Nothing directed by the said courts respectively the faithful performance of the -any is shrouded in impenetrable
construed to court at their discre- ;
be so as preventhe to be paid out of the county duties of his offict. county may darkness?-in like mannerMason- i'' -
the tion licence to such -
Marshals from completing grant a applicant
treasury. 6. Be it;, furthtr enacted, That : ry can be only, seen and felt in its
..oll"r1.'i.. .. ,of all nrocc&s: in civil ca- to practice as aforesaid.
--- --- heretofore 6 He it further enacted That the Sheriff1 of Dual county, shall effects. Like light, Masonry diffuses )
which has been issued 2. And be it further enacted, .
ses, the said commissioners," previousto have full power it serve all writs life and joy-like light, ,it -?<
the said Marshals and That contravening this
to the duties of their and well in the any person I can only be analyzed by such
entering. on proces as countyof as
now depending in.!. the Superior act shall on conviction be fined ina" ,
of their districts office, shall lake an oath to per- Nassau as in lie county of Du- five hundred '' through; prism_are permitted -
respective sum not exceeding
courts form theduties: of their oflicewith- val, and all!Avrhs venire issuing exhibit a rainbow, ofglory. Like
and the said Marshals shall receiveall dollars at the discretion of the
out partiality, favor or affection. from said court: shall be served upon light -too- its essence, is,and, will remain I! 4
fees of ofliceto court.
they maybe 7. Be it further enacted, That an equal number of the inhabi- a secret 'till. the temple of :
December 30th 1824.
entitled lawfor their services Approved ,
by service and reurn the said commissioners shall makea tants of each of said counties. -I': Heaven.;'shall.be thrown. open, and .

in completing report in WI uiitingof their proceedings 7. Be it further enacted, That JlISCELLAJW.Forthc.Pcnsacola the stupendous Creation snrink
of .
; such December process.Approved 19th,1824. by vrtue of this act, to the said superior court for the into itsj\original nothing. That

,, the said county courts, at such Eastern district shall whilst sittingat Gazette. Masonry y'. is, of divine'origin might
old file
times and places as the said courts St. Augustine have and exeicise MR. HusTa-In looking o.eran easily'be'shewn', but we at present
Chronicle of New-York ]
of the Masonic !
An act to designate the times and places I direct. all offences only askjyou admit that it j is,the I
for holding the County Courts in certain i may respectively jurisdiction, over against have discovered an Oration, spoken on,
counties in the Territory of Florida.Bff I. Approved December 29th, 1824. the criminal and penal laws the 24th of June, 1819, by JOSEPH ,M. most perfect; : of human institu

it enacted by the Governor of this 'Tirritory, which may have WHITE, before two lodges: ,.or'ree': and tions. Has, ,it. not"outlived" societies .. *
.-\n act to amend an act, entitled "an actor been committed in the counties Accepted,Masons, at Frankfort 'Kentucky which sages deemed iml'J.1or.
and Legislative Council of the regulating fences in the Territory of I I on the celebration the anniversary
territory cj Florida, That it shall Florida.Be Alachua, Musquilo, and Monroe. i of-St. John the Baptist. As I think it talWhere are the mysteries! J

he the duty of the judges of the. enacted by the Governor And the said court shall also, until -: contains a faithful delineation of that invaluable whose boasted: rites promised to ., -

County Courts of the respective and Legislative Council !/tile Territory the county courts shall have science, in language above the confer perfection,? Where are -

hold been established and organize! in common routine ofanniversary orations ; now the towering Kingdomswhich
counties, to two terms in of Florida, That so muchof the
awaken attention
and well calculated to -
ach year, commencing in the the(first section of the act, rmi- said countits; have and exercise of the brethren of this place to" pri- by) turns assumed the em .

county of Musquilo on' the firs tied an act for regulating fencesin iginal jurisdiction: overall suits leges which they possess, but do not improve pire of the world ? the sites of

Mondays of April and October, the Territory ofFlorida' as may and actions arising 'within the ; 1 am led to beg that you will re- their former grandeur, are only

-.aid until the County seat of the require a worm fence to be five said counties respectively, and for publish it. known by, their mouldering statues .

said county shall have been per- feet high when staked and ridered, these purposes the clerk of said A SUBSCRIBER. and magnificent ruins ; their sa: -

manently established!, said Court be repealed, and that every worm court shall have power -to issue \)lT1.\ .ON cred groyes, their awful temples, Jt -

shall hold its sessions at the hsusc fence shall hereafter be five feet writs and process, which may. run Your speaking eye, my hearer, whose- lofty I domes rose above the ,

of John Burch near the River To- nigh, and then well staked and ri- into any of said counties, and the seems to ask, what is Masonry ? rolling clouds, and on whose top

moko. -hi the county of Nassau dered, or otherwise shall be fiver executive officer of said court shall What is .mysterious bond ol the mystic: emblem of flame appeared '

on the second Mondays of March ct high and locked or braced at ,have power to execute and serve union that unites men, whose religion as if kindled by the torch ..

and October, und until the county the corners. said process as well in the coun- interest and politics, and even of day, are no longer the abodes'of ,

/-.cut of said couniySihdll have been Approved December 13th, 1824. ties last aforesaid, as in the county language are different ? Whatis wisdom and science ; in their 'j k

permanently located, said court of St. John's ; and the said superior the secret cement that combines place desolation: sits, casting a- .'

bhali hold its sessions at the house An act to provide for the holding terms of i court sitting at St. Augustine the patriot, hero and philosopherwith round her a withering: glance; .
the buprnor Courts for the Counties whilst the! hand of time is ; -
aforesaid shall all times aiding
of David Braddock, at a placekr.ov.ii as at ; the plainest, poorest and

and culled the Sand Hill therein Be it mentioned.enacted by the Governorand have and exercise appellate jurisdiction humblest citizen ? her to hide from the eye of the inquisitive

.'on the River St. .l:1r"s. In the Legislative Council of the over the judgments and decisions Is: Masonry relict of antiquity, :traveller, every vestige ; J
of .
county of Aluchua on the third Territory of Florida, That all that of county courts in said that has fortuitously escaped the barbaricmagnificence.I Ma
of March and I counties ? In sonry on the-contrary: views thou. \ 4j :
Mondays October, I pal' of the Territory of Florida, respectively.) ravages of time past ages sands of thousands her
and until the county scat of said i lyingVtst of the river A ppalachicola. 8. Be it further enacted, That Societies have arisen for the avowed crowding -
Lod in rested with the
county shall have been.permanent. shall be kr.own by the naqje the clerk of the superior court of I purpose of public utility, they emblem gc, her It spotless is ad-
of purity.
'ly established, said court shall of the Western District ; all that I the middle district of Florida, i have shone and are extinguished I mitted that: before Christiani.
hold its sessions at the house of part of said Territory, lying Eastof i shall have power to issue writs Whilst Masonry, forevei young, descended in the of
ty person a
Edward .vanton.-ln the county said AIp .1lachicola'river and and process' which shall run as and forever lovely, standing on the
; Saviour shone with
of Leon onh first Mondays ij: well in the of Gadsden as broad base of Freedom, fixing her Masonry uncommon
\V t'st of :Suuanney river, shall be county lustre for in the 1
March and November, and the known by the name of the Middle in the,. county of Leon, and the steady eye on the Supreme Archi- bosom of : ; and deep silence her .

said court shall hold its sessions District ; and) ail that part of said proper executive officer of the superior tect of the Universe, feels his inspiratiOn votaries secrecy .

at the Town of Tallahassee: It. Territory, lying East and Soutti uf court ol the county of Leon and compels even timeto of contemplated and the the properties

the county of Gjdsden said court Suwmney river; shall be known shaH have full power to serve and do her homage, aid to extend matler, mysterious
of intellect
bhall hold its se&sions on the second by the uaiiie of the Eastern Disu execute the same. the sphere of her usefulness, and powers 'till with a

Mondays in April and Oc- ';ct. 9. Be it further enacted, That bear in silent majesty the, splendid mental glance they pierced the

tob* r, and until the county seal of 2. Be it further enacted, That the district attorneys of this Territory record of her increasing glory- Heavens, and beheld a great first ,
cause, seated on the throne of e- t
sad county shall be permanently : the Judge of the Superior Court shall by themselves their weie the unalterable laws of our 1
Thus the becamea
,ternity. Lodge
establishedsaid court sh.-ll hold i "Tor i he Western District ot Flori- deputies attend, in all cases upon institution, to permit my unfolding school of

its sessions at the bouse of Robert da, :hall hold a court on the second the superior :courts wheresoevci : the secrets, of Masonry_ .-to explain -- morality.temple; religion. As Printing, a was then .
Forbes-In the county of Walton Wednesday alter the first they may be appointed to sit. to the uninitiated, the anti- unknown few emblems :
a simple
on the si-conn Mondays} of Apriland Monday in January, and on the second 10. ind be further, enacted,That quity and excellence of our order viere dignified with much
meaning -
November, and ur.tilthc coun- Monday in June in each year :.! in case of the (death, resignation, would be physically impossiblein of which still remain

ty scat of said county shall have in Jic county Jackson, at such 1 lor absence from the Territory ofa the most sacred apartment of they At: the .:, .:.. ;

wen !permanently established! said olace as may: be appointed by the. Judge of cither of the superior the MasonicTemple, and there.only I expressive ,beneath symbols. the length

court shci'l!1 hold its sessions at the Judges of the Cour.ty Court, for: courts of this Territory, either of the pictures of moral science band Printing of creative, plastick into
Big Spi ing on the Choetawhutchieriver. holding County Courts in said : the other Judges of the superiorcourt address the eye, ,and the cloud that arose .
an. art. and the. treasures, of Philosophy .-. -.-...-....
In the county of Jackson County, and the said Judge of the may serve and act in his hides from the view of the abstract and Science, like- a Heavenly .*.

wi the third Mondays of April and Superior Court of the Western : stead. philosopher, years that are no burst on the admiring '
October, and until the county seatfaid District shall hold a Court in the' Approved December I 30th, 1824 more, is dissipated by a beam world. Masonry alone stood un-

county shall (be permanently County of Walton: on the third I I. IAn from the east. It is there that the dazzled, and placing a double

established, said court shall: in and the lover of science, of truth, EC gieat .
Monday January on '
act to prevent the circulation of Private guard at the.portal of her temple, -
its sessions at the house oftoe third Monday in June in, each year, Hills in the likeness of Dank Bills. principles, approaches the genius made the faithful bosoms of'her. t

4 widow Hull on the road from at.such place as shall be appointed Be it enacted by the GovernorandLegiflativeCouncilofthc of departed years, who,!by the silent .votaries. the only depositories. of

Hudson's ferry to Hickery hill by the Judges of the County \ ,Territory though eloquent language of her 'secrets.' ,If there remain fi .

2. Be further enacted, That it Courts for holding the County of F'O'That. .it"shalllnot: signs and symbols, teaches the. origin doubt. .respecting the'antiquity! .oT I

haIl be the duty of the county Courts of &ai .C.ounty ofVal'ton.. be,lawful,for-any:pel'son.or persons. and first object of many sciences our order, Masonry desires me to

CQQ.tsof the counties of Musqui- 3. Be it further enacted That to, : bring into tiis Territory"with'' ; teaches also a religion challenge.antiquarian to.name

, to, Nassau, Alachua, Gadsden, the said Judge shall be and hereby intent to pass the a Je.in this that'in.. its epa ded emhra'ce the time it.did.not,exist. and ,bids.

Walton and Jackson: at the first: is,authorised ;to appointin each,of Territory, any. bills' 9 r. notes, in I holds every rational aniUriqulririg! the hiatoriafl to' tell future ages

term.of said courts, all the judges the said Counties Clerk of' said the likeness of iank Notes which son of Adam. wt1sout'divting_ A'I that it will! outlive them,..that : the

said courts being present' andConcurring I Court, who shall ,give .bond in the s-f--bills or notes are or have- been- I him of any preyiout' belief, from Secret: of.its birth: will ,be, ,disclowhen *-

therein, lo appoint i sum of two thousand dollars with issued by'prh: te individuals! \ or 'which. he 'derives, pre; nt"happiness -. &$,'. .the, 'last seal, ,of the Book..

J three!lhan their respective counties' security,, to be ,approved: ,by the private uninpbrorated. companies :or .looks for;:,felicity #mbrali beyoidthrveitteahe 'of Time.shall be openedvaod "jronSun J

discreet and impartial: pcrw Judge,conditioned ,for the faithful \n any ;O.. eiUierof' Ihe! ,states! Jbf : $ too a ? 4ciP! : .darkness, "carelesi:! 'of .

?from, two of whojn'shall be chosen performance (of their' duties, 'respectively. -.: .the.,United taI' ', and: 'every person : ty, : ,simple amT Bubjirac minj f whIch'first' the vbiceqf.tHejnorning.: )$*/*.

uYrd opposite extremes, and the '1'- .. ,or 'p.rl knowingly so',
ties from the.' centrejf!. said coundttti oj, 4. BcM further. cnactcfy That:the: 'shall, ibreery' such, :ofTence .&y him,who' laid : atttt" : .in5 t ipD .;OUrwquIdbe tl. Pk
who ;
a n ar y as ,may be, whoee, Judge offth?'Superior Court: .pi.the, 'fo>jTci and pay' .,the',sum.of 'earth! r &:6d .:iiftglcsweep 1 pl di ;= t aifii 1! .
: .celestial ;
..oJ It shall be under,the commlsUaid District 8bal : .Court. 'itory, hje .of hiV ,c4mpas4escribecibe d c .
Eastern fiOy.dpJJarsiQ :: '.of:rmmeatfty.o ll ':ofp' p'g '! ':' .

.tlVCtthc ,cdurts,.to examine and pn the first.:Mondays oJ'',April and, Iqefi .foI.flLIiC..t.1I jtf.5a.Il. Term, :; arch.why the 'Lois( :** ;Y 1I"lhbf1:PI! s;' 1flir.e : I .

mo at cOnvenicht..and : Jacksonville the .$ .
1ible e- December.- ,piW ,. I thef secrets Dt Jet } eat, ._ ; .
it4ation'C21. the ptri tienhe t'I County seat of p val County., :'Apprbred December t<,....,'32d. ,1854.' .' : .'t not. j hrT'openaIiti> < : \ .- ., -! :;. ',.. ... .


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relief ,1r .- .huat.-Thc. Boslon Medical|the..lhiV' the Hook, std
find" a brother, that will guide new name' with other :attendant list of povertyxect y ; le ta
V thatSeaven in pot.csinr, Wit-j uP. totv D last 10 pt:
Intelligencer, t eteuln
hinds and doubl g the ,
/ 1 them to light truth and friendship; glories ? You have beta told that boun !lamsatent lancci, has the; IJawing -. lot boatJJts; =fc the Roan
::; .,: ; I he will teach them tot apply the Mftso&ry is,hostile! regular government will eotise crate. Jour: of humorousbitat-thc- ftatfnn- after firrag a aaJ8. r
I nudes
the monuments. s
Plm&lit of moral rectitude to Sc charge Whdn all
?; j I nligionls ty. wonders of I character of ourcountrymen :- I and proceeded for ,Bermuda "* '
. f :\: their actiuns," to bring their desires : bears on its face a deep mark of human ingenuity, the ,. 1 :instruments thence ,
i', will be admitted Patent trusses, pa ent teeth return vtoCr' land. \
, : t; wiihin the golden con/tot* of; infamy-none but the most credulous art are no more, jou 1 The Roma i.
and i
and pills p:1l'utlanc .
:l f :f1 prudence-lo tavare ihek lives byprinciples can give it credence. Did to the celestial temple, : patent '..the r-1out
beautified in ls, are in our opinion! ail of a Wanu :, d' \ ..
r -,- tbat mill be approved, not Frederick the Great preside o- inverted with jewels refs \
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# 1'f : -o.nd when, medical men London 41' !
y 4" : it when they are summoned to the ver the Masons in his dominions, the regions of immcrtahtyriuyourescue piece : p : :u :
; 'I ctror.ize the 15th "of lhal month.
and even
, ,". Grand Lodge abovr. Hr will teach and pass through all the subordinate from the brink of destruction countenance p
such useless efforts of human ingenuity I I The Irigate Etjeria It ft
and befriend
devoted plymouth
them knock that Lodge grades before he reached that the sellthose -
: ; so every I
ie ,
{ ariizans, ,in viih the
sheds they company Romney
pity encourage ,
"I" : OD Earth will open-on entering, eminence ? Does not the Regent on whom 00 eye -
, .r to the<< world that who might be better employed, to bound to Carth:gen s, to land i I
, ::* they will find on the AouM a pillar of the Imperial Isles regulate an -And youprove I It
:j t in What is Col,Campbell and hence
'y indeed divine For labor entirely vain. Vera ;
:' of beauty, cn which they may lean English Chapter ? Would he associate Masonry is I +
t ',F<<:;, ., for repose and not t-in thepillar with men, who, if this your polite attention accept my there in this roun'ry that does not Cru'i Mexico._ 11 the Ccicnrissioners for"* t
? We were lately acquainted
: !a Hear of strength, on which charge'! ere true, would tear the grateful acknowledgments.DOMESTIC. go by patent !{*
: ; with was understood that Sir Cba
gentlemanwhu !
a- : _
3 : one of the grand arches of our diadem from his brow, and give $
i: rt; i:1. temple rests, ado ned with mystic his honors to the winds, and him- wore a patent hat, bought patent Stuart was about to proceed to
: a : boots with cork soles, ai.d daily Lisbon, ant! hence to Brait
t. character*-and in the Last a pillar self to the world of spirits.,? Was We understand that the Government
fl11 besmeared his toes with Conway'a'*on.au imporlant'pulitic.ilIt ; mission
.} :> of wisdom, beforewhich su-- not & greater than a prince, na has lately received De
jl i.'d 1:l ; rounded by inferior lights, is that ture's darling, our sainted Washington spatches from Mr. Richard C. Anderson -I pa'.ent corn plaster ; not satisfied is staled that, in case Portugal

, ;: :{. ; lamp of Heaven Skid lo have emanated a Mason ? Believe me it Minister Plenipotentiary 1 with this, he crawled into a patent ;t,: declines an arrangement for ac-

.' ': '4 1 from the most excellent must add to his bliss in Heaven, I at Bogota, (brought by \Ir. Larz doeskin shirt, and kept up his knu\vlecging;. the independence of

: mi,.': l gluey-in the AorM is a rayless w hen he reflects how often he went I Anderson, brother of the Minister j'|small clothes with patent susend- Brazil, Enilandwill conclude *

T .1/it" : :J- colon, expressive of the darkness on errands of mercy, from the and accompanied by two Treaties, ,: ers-; kept his chopped hands warm 'sep-rate treaty of commerce with

:'. .l":: : of their minds mho traduce centre of our pavilion of love.- tjhich nad been ncgociated by i j I by patent spring back gloves I and Brazil based en the feet of her in-

i"....:.". ttte craft.-liu: it will be asked, And as to religion, are there not, him with the Government of Co-,finally ailing sick of a feer. took I.dependence.; :
column ministers of Christ of of dollars worth, ol: patent pnjj i j Letters from Paris, say ihjt
; :rrr: : why Masonry be a lofty many cur lombia one amity, commerceandfriendthii I jfony
:ti < i -?: -II of purtr I.*;ht, the accusers of the order ? Men whose lives ate an and the other for 1 i sic from a patent doctor, and after : Commissioners were immediately

1./t". f; brelhrn describe it as an irregular eloquent illustration of the doctrines the suppression of the Slave ; languishing a while on one of I IJtnc..kes' i to proceeo to St. Domingo: for ihepuipose

, ,;;. ; .. mss ..f darkness-the idea we reCciv. they inculcate-Men whose Trade; both of>hich are now under \ pa rnt elevating f bedsteads i of acknowledging lh: ja.dependence -

.4i: : .: ,.f a'. '-.jrclot sense, depends I pure haiids; present the bread of the consideration of the Sen- he died ; as all paunt I of Hayli.

.....:", ;, much on the altitude iu which e j I salvation, and the cup of life, to ate.--Vzr. Journal._ things generally (!upu'n1at.rdy.was I I The ;i 1'rcnchpaperscorinueda

)1':..' : .. Tew i*, .inn mvrr on tier stale ofthe the redeemed of the Lord. Such A bit for restrainicg the practice placed in a paten.etLr uocu I complain ot the British act tehh

p: organs of perception ; if they I men would not lend themselves loan of habitual drunkenness," has coffin, borne on a patent Sn;; rtsprct to South America. The

;. ;' .. ; art disordeieii, nature lUStS its unrighteous' association. It passed the Senate of Maryland.Idem. hearse, la: a patent air tight K-n.li, E.oilc: says,"she principles! u,-

i '9_.' l lo\fitness, :and every object ap- may be urged, that there are bad j jH'astirrgton I where he now lies-a striking en: tira, Russia, and Prussia, as ".Ttfl!

I : J pe.r- debastjd. In like manner men am011g tour members, and Feb. 23.-An A- blem of the numerous inventions ;:s France, are at Ttriar.ce wit

.. f f'H; ii the mind. i* prr\ertid by e- that thr best of us are fat from be- gricultural Society has been lately which claim the protection oi i our what sue: has done if !l.erobjtcie

. ..;i.. dar:.iion, i-r'marped' by tae preju.sicv ing perfect.Ve mourn that, asa organized at Tallahassee, in the 1 American patent laws.-Idem.I 1. {- commerce J-'rarce never aili

:::.;:: on the retina' of IMC soul. melancholy: truth ; the best of I Territory of Flotidah-, the itle of I I No less than five hundicC pel- 1;\.I cement:, that ike ttifiuititr fir rxct -

:' pi.! j. tlr ini3ie of truth; is ciiscoloured, us err, because human nature iu t" The Ag riculual Society of sans have alrrury rtcei\cd aid, ushe/;Tit)ilc-g *.-Coniidcrcd in
I' :!
. t ivtTttd and dffoinied, then a its highest character, is far from Middle Florida. ;" of wnich the I jtt.ts season, "b e Prcvidtr.tSscitfy :\ '="jy Ji.ic-lponi5EiigIaijilh2sccm-

r strong light, ai i ears palpabledarRncss. t perfect -and tne worst because Hon. A. B. \\ od\vard, is Prt-ai- '. of our cily. B) :aId "ci i j jrr.cun ; m it c! a dangerous act by the ex-

; 1 w ill ju,t notice few they !ll"\ v.erc, in ought but appearance dent ; Col.! Ro'rrt': Duller, Vice- ': work to be done for a mo- !tF F omplf'j which is thus given to her,

'; ihemanvchartrts s !:rou.ijhl in the h.sons-ir is not the President ; and Samuel Fry, Esq.Secretary s f jderate recompense; means of txercisini I i own colonies."

; i
'': -wantonness cf unferlhikj censurer waving plume, splendid uniform II *-Id. .: : mausrruh pro6i- I II I It is offi-ially. announced that

j :r: "" iinst Masontt.I The firs and I or mlhaiy an, that constitutes the 1 FayeKfvitte, (.Y C.) fed. 17.- which is the best form thalCnari- ;I ::; ,OtO French trooPs win rcraaiuj

it' j : nut the least extraordinary is, '.hit t, hero-tht se are only indicative of A hale of cotton was brought tothis j fly can take. The plan of this iu-j,j I Spain, and occupy Cadiz, the
i ); we have seciets that we value ; : his character. It is not the insignia market list week, bv \lr. 'S: 1UtHih has always appeared; to j,jlsla: Bjtce!:>na, Urge, data, ar.d

;'a here are pfrao- who would: persuade f of Masonry that is a criterion Needhaqi min, of this county* ,|i us to render it eminent t!} worthy ,', Fi.;ueras. "1 h"v. are to beat whoily

, .J you thai our having secrets t of Masonic woith-that is which, fur its quality, deserves a of encouragement ; and it possesses ![ the erprnce of Spain.

is a crime. llas' not every community only the sign of something signi- particular nctt'ati e understand the additional shim art beat;; Iwo EngLsh houses at Hirrr,

., secrets r' i, H.:s not- every I fied. Our bother may be fr :.iI.- that this gcnthr. an end his: brother j auminislerid by nios rtsptcttDle i have fciieG-one for ; .Cut'c3he

indmdual i some I prhale intelligence Does not the great Architect permit Mr. ,lull: Smith. obtained, I persons with pure zeal and judicious I ether for 1 i S.OOO. -

1" l which he dignifies into importance him to :live,? and shall we abandon a year or;, two ago a few cotton system.-Philc. .,ct. fJa=. !I Letters from Constantinople: to

a by regarding it as a secret -t : him.so long as there exist seed from Mexico, and have cultivated i- I i Dec 7> say that the Captain Patha

";; I ? Does not the genuine Christian a hope of his reformation ? hOurI them, with great care, separately VREI6 %: I I vas to have an fEce abcat tbe-

glory in the must precious of; charity' suffers long and is kind" t fro.n their other cotton. '; Sulian ; and that there was no
all srcrt's.he of his God ? -tne of Fnmthe C1ur1e in Covr.cr. j f f of f.vorable
'. \f secret I preciousjewels Masonry They produced this year the abovementioned j I prospect a negotiatioB
;., ; Dees not the voice of inspiration are truth, charity, and brotherly bale of cotton, which, Curious o.flir.snorl lime i!l\vih the Europsau powers. ,

'r: t declare. that the eciet. of the Lord ; love, and our superior virtues, ViI when brought to market, was ago> a prisoner in ti.e jail at Bristol t It was reported thai z naval action

..,' / is wiih those who fear him i But I! tejastice i and f tI r:it u d(. He who i ii :! pronounced superior to any seen J (En,.) confessed to the j:il .,rNvhi.ie I I had taken place near Rhodes

t'ti tee hae also mysteries, and all {I wants these is not distinguished as I If here this;season, and commanded an acquaintance of his was in hich an Egyptian frigate: and
I concealment I end f la Mason Masons. There carrying on the 4i usine of coin ;. several '
:... mstr tits implj among I two cents per pound more thin transports \ a taken.
if. 4-,ii' suppose; guilt.-ls tiffs o. is no j is something: in Masonry that i I had been previously ghen."t" ing at Birmingham accurately At London, in the week ending

.::'r ttv word ir.\stery ;s relative tern' : speaks .io the heart. The friendship i i I think this fact wili; induce those l described the intricacies and ; J-n. 1 lliiC sales of CotlO3x.nouot-

t:.;;t-I l' The,: which is mysterious to the of the world is but another :i: planters ho have been in the habit mazes through which any one j| ed to upvianls of 24,000 ba)$.

<;-... ij;,.orn. is obtious to the Fhiloso' j flame fur an union of interest oft :,: of using seed from their own farms would have to pass before be Hemp ivis at 42 to /:5.
'"::i.--; .' >,*ei' ; aJ t a- Lich eludrs the f: :His, or jf crin' friendship I' year after, year, to change their could arrhe at the mint ; rthinjj LIVERPOOLIARKET..

r:>t: gu

.k"u, u.tioii u f superior minds, and l light. In the hour of misforune I i I be doubted that such a comp .n t d by an intelib! en: ofncer of our buck proving so

t1 -t: ._ so tlh man uSveruiiug series. till the Ark of tile Mason's': change, from a foreign couhtiy, I "trto Birmingham, and' much: iiiter, than vr.ts previouslyeslimdted

!:Lt .L u;_-5ureeds Defore 'he glance of' safety'is in the Lodge-around his from another sttte, or even froman (putsuin.; the ins.ruciions gen Cotton. has been ioiirtat '

d-: .. f-, a P"--t-ci ineltigrncr.;: ,\re not death bed stand soJts-his fa- i I adjoining country, will be at- hem, they found etcry thing correct ; den.and, particularly in thee

t"t ,- s the Aiigi'ls of the great Jetto\ah, ] mile receive his last word, hi* last tended with ad"'tintage.-O a. and pounced upon the coiner i ir.} part of!'tile week, and tboamcnut

t. rt.Uft ,cueu as ex thug their ex- j gLioce-the Mason the last pressure .1 he bill, granting an annuity of while engaged in his manufacory. 1o :.i ..2.Ji'S to about!: 30, 7O?
f "'l' alt'1; i-v..-.-s. i-. Altmoling ',. fain of his hand. We fullohi.n eigat thousand dollars for four The man instantly tubaik- :)d;; These sales Jcciude: 45'&
thu. the? of ". to the and ed himself to the intruders. sac- !'
t, 4' : mystery redeeming gra\e acknowledge years to the Pennsylvania Institution bde Egyptian: al 1J to 12d ; 330Se.
!;::4 11.; J< top I t i to have seen our brother-speakuf for the Deaf and Dumb, has ing-ul am sold, for no one couid i iI sand .: Ittacds, 9 1-2 to :2d; 8&
p I' ''\' 1 \V t" have: also sacred numbers. his worth and weep over our unanimous passed both branchesof I have found me out w iir.out a pil u' ; ra-Lrttns,101-a 11 1-2; ard

! 1,J;' ..; That i i- a s unioHng Mock to many. loss,, and looking up to the God of the Legislature *.f that State. I I am betrayed, -ar.dvill go i 150 to.! 12 ; 500 Alabama! 9 a 10;
;' Wnen we of number pit for aid, we his widow with you quietly wherever you '
I : : speaR } support iVational Intelligencer. [ and 9.:1. do. 10 1-8J. 11 ; :5Bo...-
I we usually think of the figure that and his helpless offspring.Sucu please, cn y permit me io wash !]!
!r;; ; 1 protect It ispr&post-d in Massachusetts, I. ed,8 1-4 3 85 ; 1130 do. 3 a 9
' it. But the maid has is Masonry. And who will myself and put j en my coat." Find-
1i 1 represents to establish under tue patronageof j 1-2; I7(} o.9 5-8l 101-8; 55CO
1 1. power mat cl p ht"s uthing in theattrlbutebi condemn it I not the polite scholar the State an Institution calcu- 1 lug their pnsoncr so submissive, the do. 10 1-4 a 10 Sand 1770 do*

I : i a l .f brink It is that pow- \ "-he wiil value it for its anti lated to afford a thorough and economical I: jailor readily planted the in- 10 7-8 a 11 14. In American ;cJ

tt't : ('r t'at bl''S :-j numbers! an ad\'enlitiuus I quity. Not tae plain man of I education the laborious : -t dulgl'cce required. man de- ;J Brazil there is an improvement cf

1. j dignity: ; tne nu i''>ere- sense-tie wili nut sacrifice on the c'.assfs: in the Practical Arts !'liberately washed his hands :.nJ'i 1l 1 l-4d, in Last India sbca:

", t' lien, s > famous over tnt East, is altar of folly. N,*t the genuine and Clt'nts-\. ,4." JL'rrjj. Post.The i face, uhd having pretty nearly l-2d, and all other descriptions in

t k?;b; 0 reiterated in ihe apocalypse."Witness .- vJnisiian-his religion tenders I bebsoTi.-In acidiiiou to tne prepared himself, as it \r S' a similar Prt, rtion..rhe aar-

"' ;. I the mystery of the seven thai iiiipossiule. Not the Ladies many instances; we have already i i thought, to go aw ay, he all at once ket A hicK opened very brisUj,

I u :; Golden Candlestiks-the seven -lor tnougn they are excluded ]]i f, published:, of the mildness of curt j gave a jump on the floor, and det has closed steadily at hIS advance,

: -,- .., J o' spirit thai surrounded the throne from our Lodges, they knj* the t winter, we have received from a t scented as quick as lig htnin and \\e alter our quotatiocs accord-

1. ; I -the seven seals on the Book of reason, that were they priseut at ;1; rrj ild, an Apple, of the second through a trap door, which was, ingly. About 20 COO bates of the

;i, : '. Life -can ail these t>e illusion I our ceremonies,we would drop our 1 I'I growth, just plucked from a tree t j I i nstantlyclosed y ant! the jailor and !above are estimated to beakcn by
) they cannot. Dies not the number sacred! tablets and living'excellence mere, for .
,,. 1\- yield to i in a garden in \\ en!w rth-strt"et. :I companion a: ircinect, speculators.A .
'f' ".!* 'I 1 seven then affect your inajjination that tribute we now' pay }:' It measures four inches, and a half petrified with astoni5' ment. On I postscript cf a letter cf tHe

.I till wrapt fancy beholds I Ito the auiies of )1.1souPer. in circumference, and may be seen I j recovering from their amazement, Slh Jan. says.-"Our Cotton market -

, _,' J the seven stars kiudlini wrh au- mit A word lo the Brethren and I }I at our ornte.-Charleston Courier,'' they tried the same exPrimentb has beta dull to-dav, and Americau -

"t, 1 ful splendor, and hears in all their conclude, Right Worshipful Master : -1 I Changing of -\amt'I.-In the they had not the talisman end rr.Ighl: have beta got *:

!":'" : excellency the seven thunders utlerinj Wardens, and much respected '': XfW.Y 4Jr Legislature a bill was !the trz -door would rot yield lo : 1-Sd lower." .

f: >'Ie, ; Uat" voice ? We are Uo I Brethren l of lliram and Industry* I:i introduced changing the name of I| their enbrisand they sought to F; ; tLf.\crpuLBtc&z.
chard with a most extraordinary L-jdgcs, 1 h_ve in obedience toy I return the same that had I
: :j I I I Harriet Jane, Perkins to Harriet way they Ert ccd B1ckadc-The re
i rim "-we have signs and tuIi Gr cl'nmiL:1ds; exhio.ted a shadowy -j Jane Winter, and concluded \\>ih I entered, in order to give an alarm, : pf'att'lruD1ors which we have bid

kens.-Yes, we have signs, which likeness of Iasuar; y. You I 13. resolution that tram and after and pursue the fugitive, when to :of late, of an intended attack of

:':: form a umtersal Ian garageHuey hate beheld it in its beauty, felt its I the pa&sing of the att the said I;their no small moruacation and alarm : the French St. Dominic
else cttuld the Tuck atid the Christian 'influence( i j upon
and diffused its radiance. 'I ; they found their retreat cut
JHarrri Jane Perkins should lake :seems to be recrivingcon5rniatio:-
:uiage! sous! in sweet (ello\\- 1 therefore JotT or the door
reei children
as lue which
; you the name of Harriet Jane Winter, through j: Foster ci :he br.g OPE'tmus -
ship -ca'ching the grasp of U- of HgJ.t, and sa.l..te"ou as the'voiaries and no olher." Tne New-York :they entered being closed upon Ir !! arrived from
at East layer,
Dion under the influence of the of science. You batelaugatlme : American informs that (them ; and in this distressing i-1 j
us I i Jacrcel, ;batS' rn he sa *
i most sacred nauus, in which each ( to look to the sympathetic : Mr. lemma they remained for bt-iween
Hayden, Oswego, mat'td led:
baliee cs. Does nut S:. John speakof arch of Heaven-; on which I' to strike out the words and I two and three hours, making asj! (25th January} A French squit-blockade -
j ron was to
an an el 1 -as lifting his hands, to the finger of Gdhets written our I much noise could daily expected
no other on the ground that if as they to excite -!; that had
".. Heaven as a sin, which he con- duties in luminous characters, and :I the lady should happen hereafter attention and obtain assist- j!I : port.The people -
been r
firms hv him thai h,em forever and to inscribe the called upon prepare to :
taught n e 'I ance. And
PrectPis be at last
to married; the affirmative and on again try- sisi such and the busl
r ever that lime shall I be uo longer on the tablets,; of my heart.! peremptory terms of the statute ing the door, they found the fast1ening of the iUerr.pt, l.r
ness was con
-Heaven thertfoic condescends 1st. We I learn that the allseeingi might place her aid her husband e had: been uken off, and, to |I: ndt"d. crop

j to reveal its intentions by signs eye of the Supreme Architect beholds relatively in a rather awkward; I their great joy, they made their f sus ,. _... .
9 '
worthy of its God- nd hall M. cction. j I /V c ile.11. ..u.... ....:iie.f----
every Ought we The
.predicament. The motion -I escape. implements were 1 t
prevailed I The President' Message
;: 8un beibouyht guilty in humbly not therefore to take care that our.. ; but one Speaker suggested .taken possession of, but the offend leng:
+ imitating their great Original.- actions be good, their end important 'er has hitherto eluded I Congress was published ati
another difficulty-thai if she i justice. i bt'a
cf Jan.
in London
I Tokens lore in all *gs been the and their motives pure I I I papers
I should happen ;o marry: a man by Frsai&ec=r-F.n1-: .ttrrcartie .iJwTi- l'hIornin ChronicJe remarks
expressive gifts of lore and friend 2d. Knowing ourselves to be j!
j the name lof IHn/rr, her condition aer, reorsGry jo.:: fat'orab.-
ho that has in his I that it presents acicsi ,
ship.V bosom frail commanded
;j F we, are to spread would
. I I nut be relieved by the bill. Lc.: from The of cf t.3
the sitnaiion
t: a token of lore, if bat a single luck the mortar of oblivion over the Mr. Gooceil the I
i'. from the head of ,beauty would I foibles;of Brother, and to live iscaarity .tjiau, such ex-Speaker, remarked ship of war Romne, arrived !!Great Republic, which seen*
was the esaalphraseology pET Sandy Hook to. day S4
I yesterday morning destined exercise one
tf not, if sinking in death, press it with all Dankiad.Ve in like
cases vheie- in 35
from Nail'1LS'
'with his last grasp, and-breathe on arc.taug1.t not, to suffer a fellow Mr. Crolius days Plymouth, powcriul infiuecce on the ..
upon no further ):;>
; England .
: pass.ed hating on board'Colonel Pt4rl Jan. 6.-\Ve. h: e
? And ,
It his last sigh does not he creature, but particularly Bro his ,
.whose love for man was stronger ther, to be in distress, when it is suggestion.amended The hill pissed Cockburn, S. M'Gi 1livray ,Esq. *f news from Spain' of say m07tD;

than death,declare that to the faToriuo in our power tc alleviate his a-: Harriet as | left and poor>> Miss Sir John Harvey, John Gait, Esq. j|i I The letters state, thai. a prlOI
vas to an interminable and John
David 'I
) of the sky shall be gives a flicti m. This day brethren son Esq. the Canada treaty was catered into betaeesi
my ,: endurance of all
the ri krotin of Commissioners: and their 1 1I t France and S in December,oj'trhrch
] ain
; a white atone, and in that stone a the aged and the fatherless in the nmltT.-Id .
It I Secreurr. These'gentlemen lift !'! Ferdinand binds him -


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$ month, to amend. the who have the highest prctentionsjthey ed wealth and numbers to its inhabitants thorising the esublishment of a Navy -__ ___-t - __ __.

,itb1n t:I lree(110 resist all ttemptl will not permit individuals to Tie) next effectual Yard and Depot at or near P suz o1a. A CARD,

-.tnne Sf1 it,blish aN the Inquisition. quarrel with!them or others upon means of'ensuring these,results, is Mr.at Lloyd fomts of Mass'supported. tbe. measure James Pendleton begs leave to rendey "'

.ta ..treck bouse at Marseilles, the subject ; ,but require,on ajU"occasions the. establishment of a wise system which length the,: situation explaining the advantages ', to th* Citizens of Pensacola his warmest
possessed '
A '. that the Pa- -thai :candidate for of S & the jucUcious thanks for their liberal contributions toremunerate
,'ed advices every jurisprudence, and the necessity there was of such a Depot ,
bJs ; c Jo'Yvpt has contracted to public preferment, should submit construction of roads and car .being established in that quarter.- t sustained by him the for late the Lie.f .losses which he ".

iS a.o h r j'j; oo troops for the next' his claims to a thorough examination nals-the popularity of the latter Mr. Htyne proposed to" amend ,the bill I i I, Penucola, th March, 1825. ,
irrsL against the Greeks. For and consent to be graduat-s daily gaining ground throughout by; adding following section : ;
I And be further enacted' That the
I\ (sm, :h Sultan agrees to allow e ed according to his merit. Feeling the Union, an'dis, in a.flattering of the United States be, and he President is I wnp aIawC1fft I
I .
IblS' in i all the pride of sovereign state of Much authorized
H that he ma) conquer ; authority progression. hereby to make the necessary .

Fad' a and tt> appoint his near and being sensibly alive to may be done in this way, in Florida arrangements for the establishment ,of a I.I ot ieu8aco\a. _

Greece, to the highest 1 0 ffi.in I I their rights and dignity, thry as there is no part of the Atlantic : Navy Yard: either at Charleston in SouthCarolin'a I
ition I or St. in CLEARED.
Mary's Georgia,should
would never consent to be dictated l coast which afibrds so many :

TIrkCY to by othersor submit to be /ran.- facilities as that- on the Gulf of t be examination made by the act and of survey 26th March directed 1824 to March 19.-Brig Fame, Totten New-
York, Cargo, 120 bales cotton
ferred in the exerr.ise of their elective Mexico. A lipe of canals of ,about show that such an establishment will be.. Nisbet-90 bales cotton aid 18 by.cedar Stone &

SJ&@lli8.RUA l franchise-such an attempt ten or fifteen miles, would advantageous to the.public service. by N; H. Allen-67 bales cotton by Fin-log

would, be a gross violation connect the waters of the Mississippi The amendment'wal supported by lay & Kushton-8 bales cotton by 6. C.

Y, MARCH 25, 1825. ofsu exalted! a privilege, EC would with those: of the Mobile, Messrs.Messrs.Hayne Smith and and Elliott,* and opposed 1'od-and 13 boxes wine by R. Mitchell. .
by Lloyd of Mass. on 25.-A'cnr. Thorn.
400 and 500 bales merit Escambia and ri Day, New-Orleans. f
Between justly a commensurate share Appalachicola the ground of obstructing the chr.
r# passageof Philippe;Albert!, N ..orleans.
;;'e to markct tIns week, and have of popular indignation. Having vers. Such an enterprize 'when the bill. On the question beingtaken, ARRIVED.
d Crcdi1y 3lfrom 13 to 16 cents. a t present but one candidate in finished, would: give great activityto it was negatived.The March 20.-Tour barges from Murder ,

West Florida, and the_ investigation commerce, animation to agriculture bill was then ordered to be engrossed Creek with 400 bales cotton.
B. WOODWARD for third }[
AcflusTr* a reading.
1e Jlon. of the claims of others having and a market for the 21.-U. S. Revenue Cutter Alabama
'llllc open if
.,,tmVril>' PP ? during ,thVe" Satvrtlay, Feb. 26. Captain Foster, from cruize.
: J)l liasbeen re-nppointcd by rettnta5d cease, it becomes every good citizen products industry of every de The following engrossed bill was reada 22.-Two barges from a ;

: Senatea Judge of the United to cultivate friendly relations scription. third time, passed, and sent to the I with 60 bales cotton. Choctawhatchie- !

tatE,far the)lid lc District of Florida. and make a united effort in T'he first object of a good government House for bill concurren.ce.The 2Jd.-Off Barancas Brig Fox, from Ha 1-,;

favor of the candidate who is recommended is to provide necessariesby of authorising the establishment i Yin; bound for Mobile. ,.

.'ilr3: lirJ-\V e cO:1gratubte the the encouraging commerce establishing a Naval Depot at or near Pensacola. ; 257 Put in at the Barrancas Brig Eunice -'
by most imposing The
the following message was received ,
,' of l'C:1S.l:0. on probability Bend, 22
"' 'O4ers: ) ,:k: I', :\t:: "f' Cen- l U a I ifi ca t ions. public ways of communication nom the President of the United tate.s.0 bound to Alobi Ie.days from New-York, J.
4.fa p.ss:1)e
of tj2! &W; to authorise the estab- It is and regulating money and / the Senate oj the United State, Below a Brig, )J'
certainly gratifying to every name unknown,
\li'ment of a Naval Depot or near this exchange ; the, second to ensure Just before the termination of the last posed to be from sup
Philadelphia with u. S.
citizen find that when the
latest dates session an act, entitled an act -
this bill :Iiad at our its wise ol concern- Troops. e'
-!:1ce. felicity, by a system
rl acsed the senate, ami been twice read people have an office at tneir disposal inj wrecks the coast Florida," which r_ -
committed: in j the House of RepreJentnV.ves there arc several candidates justice j and polity, and the patronage WAS then proposed, was presented to me, A.V. -A-

as will be seen by reference tu who themsehes, highl of piety and religion ; the uith many others, and approved, and, as HAMILTON
;inc Congressional: proceeding: in u tub- 1 I ) third, to fortify itself against attacks -' I thought! signed. It appeared however, EQUESTS that the gentleman who If
talented and well discharge
qualified to k J
after borrowed
the that the Masonic
column from foreign and adjournment, the evidence Mirror out of "
\e'1'C1It the tjuiieb whiph it impo powers, of such approbation had not been attach his room, x'ill be pleased to return it without :,]
cultivate and the of
ses. There are at present, two glory el to it. Whether the act may be con- -delay. February2s, 1825. i. :'
: 7Sc.V.w Cillcl.-\lcch speculation the nation. To aid in the -'- .
accomplishment sdered: in force under such circumstances .'e
subject ofthe Cabinet of the persons inEast, and one inVest Territory of Florida, 7.
jits on the
I of all is _
tin-sent President ; it seems however to I I Florida announced!, to be voted for these interesting I a decide.point on which it belongs not to met County of Escambia, 3 ',

.)e li: general opinion that it will be <: as Delegate to the 19th Congress. purposes, so Union far,' as we are connected subject) I submit To remove to the all consideration doubt on the of Escambia County: Court. :

fcnncd as follows : Henry Clay, Secre- |i This is to with the requires more RDEHED, That
:! truly complimentary Congress the propriety passing a declaratory O Polls haIl be opened j
of James Ilrbour, Secretaryif of
State than share
-ay ; : ofjicA'aiy ,, the Territory, a'4 it demonstrates, an ordinary talent act to that effect.J.Il.UES. at the following places, for the [
War Sa')il. 1g.. Souliiar, Secretary : t.
; and in
assiduity ; our Delegate to purpose receiving votes fora
,and' Kichanl Jhish Secrttury of that although in our infancy, theses : MONROE.Feb. Delegate t::

.ue Trtrabury. It is s iid i to be doubtful i no paucity)' of talent fur the [i Congress. However the general 26,1825.House to 19th represent Congress the, at people the election of Florida in the f,;

nlie'licr! !lr. \Virt ,'ill accept: of a coeImOilncc I.i hi ;I1l stations in the gill of theVhere I government may be disposed to on the second Monday of May to net be. held viz It; :.;.
of :
k as Attorney (icnenil, not being: people. \ there are so ma- patronize our views and inierests: Representatives. At the Court House in the City of Pen- -
on got tCi'm'ilh Mr. Clay, and it isrr.bible i it cannot be successfully done, Thursday, Feb. 24. sacola. :}.
: n ('intending for the prize, with ,
that the Minister }
appointment LAWS OF FLORIDA. At the house --
without an able;, representative to Joseph \Y. Hall on the i'i
jo Kng'land will be offered; to Governor ordinary care, we cannot fail to Escambia.
forward in Mr. Call of Florida) the .;
bring our concerts a presented acts
Clinton: Xexv-York. make selection. From At the ,. ,
a judicious house of Joab
of the Gaines the
tangible; and imjpo&ing shape, and Legislative Council of Florida, on if
lei citizens of Florida Escambiaand
these, the which it is should
necessary undergo revision '
., Den't gt'C ?,/J the Ship /"-Maj. Gen. J make l choice of one, whom they : press them with a becoming ear- by Congress, befure they can go At Jtariow's Ferry on Yellow Water. f I :

Andrew Jackson is announced, in the I: believe best qualified to represent m-slnesb and energy upon the at.. into operation. On his motion they Were And it is further Ordered, that the per- 1'Z1

Xsshville liazelte of the Jth February, may teniiori of the |national councils. I I received, and referred to the committeeon sons hereinafter named shall be and they t l- .
as a candidate for the oflice of President their wishes and feelings, the are hereby appointed Judges of said t
The Delegate is the orly channelof Judiciary. e- :
of the United; States to commence on the ana whose acquirements rendei 1. kcuon viz :
Friday, Feb. 25. -t t :
communication between the .
-tth if March 182 !! 'I him mos competent to advancetheir Mr. McLar.e from the committee of In P nsacola. '.-1

interests. In performing Territory Sc Congress, and shouldhe Ways and Means, reported a bill making Jn. de la Hua, William Sebree and John ; }

Uy the polite attention of our Delegate 1! this solemn! and imperious duly not understand our interests in compensation to John Miller and Benjamin Bosnaham.; f

::i Congress, Gen. lUchard K. Cull, we | should be free from the influence all their bearings, or not urgethem Wyman ; which was twice read and At HulCs on the E8cam za. ..
ihey '
have, Irom time to lime, been favoredwith with zeal laud committed.Mr. W.
security, they J./seph Hall, David Williams and
of lite documents which passion, prejudice or dic- .
copies public occasions McLane, from the committee of I Luke Townley.
)have been laid before at the tation and be must, on many be woefully -
Congress ought governedby i iI Ways & Meansreported a bill nuking At Gaines on the .E8 am6ia. ;-
late session. We regrtt extremely that a deliberate and enlightened : neglected.. appropriation to satisfy certain balances Joab Gaines j
the limits of our paper prevent our taking I view of,ihrir own welfare. Under' So far as the I Delegate is considered due to the Commissioners and Secretariesof Brewster. Peter Wilkison and James

advantage of these documents, but a legislator for the Territory Land Claims in Florida ; which was 41
; the of these rules, the At Harrow's on Yellow Water.
the of them are voluminous, and it guidance
most twice read and committed. ;
in the of the United -
is therefore impracticable to publish thc 1 :: i people will do ample justice to Congiess: Monday, Feb. 28. James Shine, Robert McKi non and Jeremiah

without the exclusion almost all oiliermatter ihemseJvi's and others, and will t States, his station is one of Mr. Webster, from the committee on Savelle. H't

from bucli papers as would contain always have their concerns safely ; more dignity and importance than 1 the Judiciary, reported a bill concerning A true copy from the Records. : :

then managed by competent and faithful is at first apprehended. In the wrecks on thc coast of Florida." Attest, J.tl
-- enactionoflaws_ the profound and Mr. Webster cxplained the circumstances John Miller, CVIc. f

C U.Jlel'lll.ttl C.,11'1().;'f: agents.In ,erudite Montestjuie remaiks, that under which the bill came before the Pensacola 22d March, 1825-3--tde.
---- --- --- --- -- -- West Florida, it is presumedthere I House. It was the bill to which the Pre
they should be adapted to the : AN ORDINANCE '
For the J'cnsacola Gu=rtte. can be no division of sentiment people sident refers in his message, as having 11'1

As one of your subscribers, ]Ihave [ in ITIt.1kingtht" self'ction.Ve for whom liey| are made, and I been passed and approved last session More effectually to prevent the ,"$ charge : .

relative to the future! and principle but omitted to be signed. The opinionof I of Fire. j-mstrithin the City of Pe7 8QOla. u,
noticed with some attention do not advance the idea tr 1'4
of the actual or intended govern. the Judiciary Committee was, that the I BE it Ordained by the Board of .Hder-

the progress of the canvass f-ir thai Col. White is entitled to our ment. They]should be relativeto bill had no validity) until signed by the I men of the City of Pensacola, That no : ;

Delegate, to repcsent the! 'i'trntcry pre.erence, because be is a resident L I the climate I of each President, and they therefore now reported person shall discharge or fire off any musket t 1 of

ill the next Congress, and am of this section of the Territory, country ; the bill in its original form, but having pistol or other fire arms, loaded with f .
I to the quality of the soil. ; to its a prospective operation only. or without shot within the following limits
much pleased with the im parti aliiv but in consequence of his vastly {
; I situation and extent ; to the manner Mr Call, stated that the act had been I of the said City,to wit: Eastward ofthe
\\i\vnich it has been conduct- ions.
superior pet lent Although I of living of the natives, whe understood as in force,and had, in its operation Bayou de la Aguada, or Westward fthe

cJ ::: the Pensacola: Gazette. Too an inhabitant of Pensacola, he is ther husbandmen huntsmen or produced a large revenue to the Bayou des Cadets, or South of the line of ,

great latitude, it must be admit opposed! [ to sectional feelings and United States. the Block Houses on the North side of thr.

ted, has been allowed: on some occasions prtjudices, and is as warmly de. : shepherds ; they should have a The bill was read a third time, passed, City ; and any person offending herein
relation to the degree of libertywhich and for shall forfeit and for each offence
sent to the Senate concurrence pay five
but this! is probably voied lo be interests of
an exil one
portion the constitution will bear ; A n act authorizing the establishment ofa dollars, one half to the Informer and the
ins;>arable from ihe benefit* of Florida as anol he. 'I'he to the religion of the inhabitants Navy-Yard and Depot at or near Pensa other half to the use of the Corporation.,
resulting from freedom of enquiry.The settlement oI'the interior has annihilated to theit* inclinations riches, cola, was twice read and committed. Provided, That nothing in this section,

liberty of the press will, occasionally this distinction if it evtr i I number A bill for the relief of John Miller and shall be so construed as to prevent the firing

relapse: into licentiousness existedai this time, it cannot commerce" manners and cus Benjamin Wyman, and a bill for the relief salutes on public occasions, per-
toms. of the Commissioners and Secretaries mission having first been obtained from 4
but.thc'errors which it have reasonable foundation
propagates any From this expose, it would seem of land claims .in Florida; were read a the Mayor.

,' are in a great degree Were Col. White then, a resident that in any years laborious snadyand third time passed, and sent to the 2. And be it further Ordained, That

harmless, 1\ hen rcasn and invesi of St. Auiustin, we should give Senate for concurrence. whenever musket, pistol or fire arms of
; gallon arc left free to combat him cur unqualified! support, because jwcl'e necessary tore EVEJVIAG SESSION. any description, shall be discharged upon

them. In such cases, the good: we believe, from his habits secure to one t qualifications of Mr. Call Florida moved to postponeall the premises of any person! residing with. 0

sense and refaction of the and be a legislator>l or'st'Und political ecunomist. the other orders of the day, with a in the limits above prescribed, the occu.
people acquirements, would bt the
Such view take several bills pant of such premises shall be held re*
not to relating to
will in r'.ue! time powers are up
apply the most faithful and efficient
representative Florida and the motion sponsibkfurtbefine.
intuitively bestowed( on occa ; being agreed to,
per corrective. \\e could selectlo transact sion. any the house resolved itself into a committeeof 3. And be further Ordained, That, incase

In reviewing the progress of the business of this Territory, They are: the reward alone the whole, Mr. Livingston in the chair. any slave shall offend against the

this canvass, it is also gratifying in the Congress of the United of much labor and profound investigation The committee proceeded to take up a provisions ot'this Ordinance, it shall be at
-how far Col. White the option of the Master or Owner of such
to observe that friends of States. Tnis : ; bill "to extend the time for the settlement
Co 1. opinion is founded
will slave to the fine, or the slave shall be
meet the expectations of the of private land claims in Florida. pay ,
White have manifested the utmost upon the clearest conviction, and people in performing the duties of :Mr. Whipple moved to fill the first subjected to receive thirty-nine lashes. ,

respect .for the peopleVho&e patronage \ve have no doubt it is sustainedby honorable blank with the words 5th of January, 4. And be further Ordained, That all I, i
so and
important station
was solicited, as well as a every candid individual in the a 1823 [6] ; which was agreed to. persons offending against this Ordinance i
must be I 'ftto time finally (i 0determire. Some other amendments moved shall be prosecuted before the Mayor,who t. ;
becoming decorum towards the Territory by whom the claims of byMr. ;
As a gentleman of legal shall have authority to remit the penalty
Ccl., White Whipple, were agreed to. ,
opposing candidates. have are
They properly appreci
) learning, respectable acquirements The bill having been passed through, whenever may, in the exercise of his
acted entirely: on the defensive, ated. His competitors are person honesty and business habits the committee rose ami reported the bill, discretion,deemsuch_ remission equitable

and have neicr transcended ihr :} of distinguished merit, of and obtained leave to sit again on the o-I andjust. .

limits of justice and nloJCl'c1tiotJ. whom Florida may justly be proud;; we are inclined to repose in titer bill The bill was then ordered to I 5. And be further Ordained That the
him every confidence. lie hat the 12th section of the Ordinance of the 19th -
be engrossed and read a third time to-day. : :
but and candor
Resting the pretensions of Co)I. justice compel us ,
capacity to present our interests to The House then went into a committeeof or February, 1823, be and the same is
While upon the basis of nu'rii, to admit, that as a Delegate to Congress in the most imposing the whole on the bill to provide for the hereby repealed.

ihey were desirous of suUmiuint;; Congress, the pretentious of Col. form, and to them preservation of the public archives in Approved 16th March, 1825.

the controversy to the enlightened Whit have greatly the ascendency. I- fully upon their press attention.success-All ....Iorld.-.Mr. Livingston -resuming the NOTICE.

and dispassionate decision of the His professional pursuits are chair.
this Col. White understands and f1JHE Commissioners for the Town of
NJ: proposition being made to amend
;eope.! There was no cause for well calculated to prepare him for will be enabled to do ample justice the bill, the committee rose and reportedit Tallahassee will pay a premium of

excitement, :nd the subject was of jibe duties of such a station. Indeed to himself and the Territoryon the house, and the bill vas orderedto One Hundred Dollarsfor

too much moment Jo warrant the they are inseparably con.ru'ch'dl be and read third time
all occasions. Indeed, if elected engrossed a to- the best plan of a Building for the Ca.
indulgence passion or prejudice. which is an eminent advantage Florida day. pital,to be located in the centre of the Ca.*
may congratulate
Every solicitude was felt, that the that cannot be claimed V *.. --- pital square of said Town ; the centre of
on the event. as we say without which be sixty feet and the two
election should be marked by candor I- by cither of the opposing candi square
and directed dates. boasting, but with confidence, SUPERIOR COURT wing forty by twenty six feet, and two

by reason ; thatno that he will be recognized al Of the W ettern District of Florida. stories high.-The lower story of the cen-
measure should be adopted The various interests of Florida tre building to form a commodious Court
Washington as the ablest Delegate -
xith the view of producing unnecessary are matters of great weightand from John Innerarity &, room, and communication with the upper
of the Territories
that the any James Innerarity, story ; and each wing on the ground
nsitation-hut consideration. should '
They within the limits, of the United partners floor affording two convenient offices for
people should perform their du- engage the. ablest talents, as \\ell! States. v of the firm of JohnSSs&Staffi l'wrviving Territorial pur ses.-The upper story

tiei as c.'lectorsVill1 a due sense as the most unremiilcd attention. of the centre building to afford four committee
Florida.COJt'GIZESSIO'aL.. TERM, "*
jf their magnitude sncl respons I- When we refer to the extent of I! rooms and the Executive Office

bility. We flatter ourselves that our seaboard, and the limited t .. Nephew & Co. and the wings to be each a Legislative
such will be the fact, and that liarfcony r- number of our population, compared = vs.Millan J chamber Persons 'who furnish plans
t de Ia Car must forward them under seal to the said
and unanimity will prevail 1, with the superficial con- "' re Commissioners by the first of April next,

at least inVest Florida. Had tents of our Territory, we shall be Is:. SKSATE.Thvrtday. ra.NOTICE when a day will 1 be set apart to open

here continued Ivro candidates in satisfied of our exposed condition } &. 24. them for examination and approval.
the The bill concerning the levying and HEREBY GIVEN, That a suit be- will be received for the
\Vest Proposals erection -
it that in the event of invasion. This deficiency
there| is presumed collecting! ; taxes in the Territories of the IS tween the said parties is this day.in sti. of one wing of the plan approved,as

would not' bave. been much must be supplied by arti- United States was read a second time, tuted and a writ of attachment issued against soon as practicab!e.tb reafter.RoberTlJujler. -.

*arnnh amongst the people, as ficial improvements. In additionto and, on motion of Mr. Holmes of,Me. was' theJ property of the Defendant. '

!they consider all offices as belong- this, the country is to 'be indefinitely postponed.T : John Lee Williams, .)

:JS to them, and they take the liriy :1- strengthened by developing resources The Senate as in Friday committee, Feb.of 25.the Attorney Pl'ffs. I VAmbroseCrane !,}-

'* bestowing them upon those aqd thus giving au meLtI whole, proceeded to consider the bill au' ren.colaIarcb 25,1825.;..3-6t. f ... :j, ,

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Ifccrebj'giTen, That at the next lena Fsr tuXit&ar-a z&rfFU s.lr.f c.- _. .H.\TmG tLe5nt
y} j j-tst received froaKew Orleans C ito\ of V\ 8. '''dye
J Hir BAS Schooner AngrlmaJf o' ot the Hon.lbeC onty Comt,! wiOpresent rswa, tks P P S.aid La,tc; u-&d .

.,t: }tri bbKJCitciimati ':JU'tusker, milE Cor nhzsioacT.apltrtmted. nader the accoosU add Toce&rs, and Weekly ir\\'s- aper taarag it 'teas 6r 1IiL ku a 8:5rsa'
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of the( and ciI settleaoeiit estate of bss before
t J" L i ii )ikv-lstqealltyOrkransSogsr,' sa id i.TrtTh* -akeV fioJ eftbc ever tadaecdaa

; ,* 14 doc molasses, .4'tho Territory bf Ftehd*,'will GQ the Jacob OdeO bte of." deceaxd. T4'Ef El7'TLED TEE wcett cf sccS LI "
jID;';..r |.. IS dp Lxxusville steam nf ftowI I fiat' llottk;uTApn]neat proceed to seiip I James. Carr, Ylo-ridn n toenter. I the undentedcesssry fi s tI

the tbehigbestbidder to oil 05 h.citbens .. 6c:1oiI'
, t 5 do best prime port 1 7 oJi I s 2.I.d resp't.
*t Feb.i>-.51-tf: .ld.ir. m-_ .
lt of .
+1. the luts of T lbbsssee fcrhhn h %
'' ; dac'pbra i s. :
25 boxes mctrid of +
candles : fTyaoEchlrg-the witroo. e a tnej -; pttlS

: $ 9 qomerbbb buck best sea!, which exr bras one hundred and sixty '1\ .1.Ll\1\. .s j_. tons poblicKi tlxr bvUh'j r UTV-T C of i TU\rm t: 4 t1.c T -.
of and will be Subirz led oilipplirtioa I; 21T.14rt to .r
t1 acres Umi
.i: I 5 kc/r s nciii, I devoted to fur 1 dHnisisg local and pejHrr-1 ;j.clh rice a '. exprcr.
.. and on the dad s of saie, for the APJ\PER exchnrrely i I &u A. a. ...
'1 .. oS fc, ti jceo, mnzg for cftirecs cf rhis ycvit ;>d fleet I .
'' and
l j- S, EttccmpihboD.
of '
: tenaspicrnbed
. 6 boxes Flion ckkr pu.rchut1'lte rishin the ?EUlhors fet-I tkaldiffidence est to str. :.rr ,
the" of Territory, .
f in New- 1
; b weekly city e
b\ aid cent pnhSshed
act before
are sue had
per they l
'J 1L :. do tch and cniarrsasnjent hlch alvays ectpct t.e
I ;7 Crater i the rf > pQ
ordinary ,
cost York.
residaetn'ti po-
adrasce en .teacb lot ;c the Con of archrB ir G. KJ tiesaceessws k'a
: I f For sale at his More comer of Pals/ox cd abroad the Albioa : attend the cox&cDCt: e&t cf every;I t _, +3 eftt
and -
'J. >ree equal. annual insUksecis events h E eJeJ cr.t -
'ILtc cia> err
4. the debates cf the Er.tish iDq
the lots and individual held bound at length,
r tc '
,' Pct they also fe is a
1 I
. .; F. Pay r. all staked in the ckccrtaistlcs cf fluent*.-i gave tip
qull for the the of Pariiacfccat, on important subjects ;
ptyraczti on coopleuou 'I It.-.u per tfcerrf jre bs cosmdeztdI
I t. i i Jan. 3d, l:.i.-44--tf. .h Ch, titles ti ill be node to the rt pec- and the decisions of the Englbh Courts, Yet, feel ; se1 tons to be useful tape iahi a that, t ,. tastdr e.
\\t\ aril! the sches of .g
' ) incases ofprneral interest. Its Fteraryelectjq cominunhy, : tie I cz .
: tire O. '. Lor* with a wmh vaster ,f
NOTICE ann.ck: ic the sell
I' i5 pt-riod. iaancyof
njtde from all.he i present
are ux u-
. ailabas< is situated about nineteen j
ce br awl an ritreptly I:shtd
i! ThctTAs it .ruils cf the London a new and grcsicy couc.trto cVol\| t
. Cc atj RS, ? \ U the Supericrsurrnit nsiks north of it. Marks near Uinre naviI went icagacncs jo csUs 3
, I ibe e asi rftLc cltrzeis ; n& =
patronj ,
I. liippcrt
i Eof tbe Prrs
j J I I gable streams, in a foe fertile cvu r.trj'. |i. wild weed tirr TIKX erCC i Apatnr..5e
> i ate ci 11cutas Ced erery Saturday of the iutercr, to se a-s-'z;r,the ;io-j)I' +taI tiN; .. o feel aa T r

" 'f'. ft" ns Lttcased. 'f.f in tJtc tmperaJ portar.ce aftd utiKty of Tbxh, :f pro rly. ad aQ.y I
| J I IM watcrrU:r never tailing streaua, and I co e paper, quarto .
t', ,,:, t 's. j western Db- j: i ac i, form ; asid U fbrwanlcd by tbe Scnthera". ron UCkd no oce sell be 6 pced to 1:81cdcc. 13.e .m.s.u r re, isof tr .t
I Sltu, of -
"*,' J j jI J r c.1 ;I sue1* ac al'ac ::king
'* Fra CJseo.VaxinuEira. I l coil tithe sazr e did. j jMibscr.pt.ons 'f" :
{>? '.; l>c St. MaxecL tract of na-. Public Baildings.I I rcceired at tic Office efthe 1 I I Tie re*
. 1 w' : The Con3in5io.er5 riil be prewired to of tfce car=rs hs ir L ulf zcr of r.: r.cy curt
; | i 4 WT of attachment has beta tics I Pen co a Gazette. j coofcif } % to tbe .-
; i recehe proposals itnrti-diaiely atcr toe ['Mexico l to fir tack 'OW.. tzvpca. d, an l b t;, h L
,' 4 -f* dacctaised in the iSScnr case, n- 1 rx Six Dollars pzr a:oum, payable ai a ? cal.tr- ] JS

'r : turrabJe to the May Te. 1S23. of sa-d 1:sale of the lint ct TaiUUassee, far the c- .in adjrince.Q3 G is. a- alf it* cer.tral st";t. n- ua_ treea tins pasta t.e Tt*a.S

l'.t''.... \ Cur fet +n t-f ere p ing of the public buiidinps *Thf present TUJ:; a "s einbellished- spire t:e p>i$,n e\pectaM>7i. t\*. :: cll .t t'"r.J..t cA-Cu to r- a t+, 1yeac

I :o be .f dumale nj tenal. Pcrso:. ; n..c a eta .4 nNs.en'trtetc :? IJ 14 ren Jv.to e.#
t 1 \ : Thomas Cemm\ .its Mkp o: the i' arcs, aixl recent P =:= lal .
. .
141' El'r .ho Hiiy W *Ii>p XvI to uoJeruke: a a ore I d>coTerlt cf Ct ,::.ir P rry; a Map of ,as TSTCI!a> the c.nrr cfan,2 l'ci e.ie -.:eft i.O :i.Skeg t cl'LT (:-

I e Stirrinrg &c. I CiC'O.'.S.+vk.-.. :.rnr ru.CU,mouiddovci | he co-ir.by between Liirs Ene "d O+/- merit in FJ cridi.The i C tSYCJ pzzce ..1 : e. .;

t h T h 1525 1-ocSt :. + .ill br subsuttcd Jo' '. t t.ro.H ..: c,_'+ -- ....!,.t.
tv : Apian wit. -th: prcjccttd \1u et < FLCJ13A I.TTiiSJed ;[ cr: ...':. : r w. '1'Ja

1 'J' -}. } W AREIIit SE. C1: ii u.-U: .Q t tLo e p rv+ i :neree 1 ou" ot ef I ergTrisTcr.a' to be a Tel cl of 1x.4! alai ,rrJrrju ..nand !'La ,n3ria .,.. .. ."-.. C'. .J-.l-- __.

ed, siul r oue ceed :P$%. -ho nay n-:1 t v -_. L J'U'---... icceialb.e- h'r-frr" *; (tOt ..&.. .', .. .u-a-. ._.- J u _L_.: r.

'k ; : 'OJ: cjyjL sr. YZ sr-cjeir.<.vs. !1 i be erables to pre stctosecza. I :,- of Florida, ] :' .l;ao r.3. be cr rrc-is of t*>C-r.rof tri:. c s,.:cite .rd .r to u.fc.l 6 'ti f.n .

: C.H01CUKISS for tLe Uithful perfcraoicc ci" his cos- \ co CCs.* a pTTbc +r.or Co7L.ti. c., T. ; 'e -J.G.1 ; :rthi r !cl TJ' "". i

1: tract. Cctt'- of Esc ,J 5C.it.tr.c -.1 Xv. f't.f-.1.d.1 1 i r: .
.. AIl. epeted as iixe. iH hare 4 n JL: :S 1 l.rr-.YT ; i

. t"I" :$'nth or. bin*. d nct from thectnrtsm Ruben Butler, r I (kc': r Tc-n. 1S24.OX : itt! is p e :mot 2.nd ;nn'j3' 0 : i0.4' at :,c'C.t ri C rir, : s l ran

.f : r.-:1 E'cizr .h : t.-.T rk, Thus. H. Peun roc San ipj cf Adam far Gordon E..quicti 't7Y t. : ,_t .:.d: vl :\= = c i; Y.CA&t. (...t'ck. .. to.. l.c C..-.__tti7_.
g Attcrne* tine Terr.tofn of I. ,. ., ... _L.- .
., : : .:.1 r.w.J t C' c ... '
( crnttc-u: and Lc ctaltt ; : :':t- _
y3 tI I .
. |! j t Ambrose C.r-.ne. "z. KfckrHa, CljRDERED, unt a Ru'e be '. i T i.a pale-. '.: ire"to _-, r. ..C::'j. .0 :!...f ?: .L-w tee pr'L'Aa41J < t-.' -s
desifi 1 & trdaits tbe dcfaulri L..7 CrcaJ aixi .fit"l
.. f I i ..; i F1iatisre. Dee-1. t. 124--t-3r I 1 .. can c. r. etas;n o tr ,.- ..roc:= f icit. UtJ+ ?_ is t.'t ilGt T.a.or .
Par Jx--t, to appear a: :b; Wei; term 0 .;. Ta.. ,. '; rtSClf c.cJ\ (. Lt
.j K-ial Mfv t:>L. ;. \r-o. Ut ? CCU J:7t:. --1..._.. :,
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