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: April 2, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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Laws-; of the United States. from the Cirtuit Court of the U-I o For forage for officers, thirty- MISCELLANY. I i Territory bad no knowledge of.this

.- nited States, where the amount five thousand five hundred and I country, much less of the people

lbj controversy shall exceed one twenty d lIars. fe From the Florida 1ntelli1'rc... I I who once lived here, but have t- '
thousand: dollars, which shall be For the lecruiiing service, in long since disappeared. Some, .
of Florida is
ascertained by. evidence satisfactory addition to an unexpended balanceon This young capital however, sa> that records of the cJ4 ,

; to the Court allowing the, ap- the first January, one thou already attracting the attention of fact do exist at Havana, and that

t sand eiglit hundred and twenty- capitalists. Many buildings are measures have been taken to obtain -

peal.Sec.. 6. And be further enacted I five, of one thousand dollars, twen erecting, and others are in a state them-that Leon w&s the adventurer jtj '

..-. si That not less than two Judges : ty-three thousand five hundred dol. preparation even before the sale who ltd a colony hither,
*4s \ '. of the Supreme or Superior Court I I ar:5. of the lots, which will take placeon but the precious metals of South )

of said .Tcrrit .)fY, shall hereafter For the'contingent' expenses of the fourth day of April next- America and Mexico, so occupiedthe 4'

.... hold a Court to transact the business -: the recruiting service, in additionto IllS situated on a beautiful and attention of the Spanish Government '

1rilLT l\.\)ii'ri. of said Court. an unexpended balance on the commanding miles North eminence of St., Marks about, that this infant colony tj 1.

Ser. ;7. And be it further enacted first of January, one thousand eighteen was suffered to fall a prey to the
in addition: ; to an act, entitled, in the bosom of a fertile and picturesque Indians.
An act That so much of any ordinanceor eight hundred and twenty-five, of %
1< act to amend' the Ordinance and country. The south side
an law of the United States as contravenes eight thousand five hundred dollars The
traditionary of the
Act; of C"onijres> fur the Government of the town is watered by innume :
of : and for the provisions of this act, three thousand seven hundred Indians are and
of t'.ie: Territory Michigan, : rable springs of water, and a very plausible, are
. other vuri>o3 s. so far as respects the Territory of and fifty dollars. corroborated by many existing
clear and stream
fie it enarfed by the Senate and I Michigan, be, and the same is For the purchasing; Department, pleasant sides passes the circumstantial facts. They claimed -
the south at
I by east
o of Representatives of the hereby, repealed. two hundred and four thousand this their late '
.. JIousc distance of a few yards ; and after coun try at treaty
United States of America in ('ongrc.9' II. CLAY, five hundred and forty-nine dollars at St. Augustine, as belorging to :
- of the House of Representatives. passing the town, AS ifsensibe the .
. assembled That the (Jover- and eighty.six cents. them of
. by right conquest,
JOHN GAILLARI, point of its usefulness was past,
., mj;' an'J Legislative Council of the President of the Senate, pro tempore. For the \Purchase of woollens, falls over the rock, which beds by their ancestors. They represent : i

Territory of Michigan be, .and Washington, Feb. 5,1825 : Approved, during thj: year one thousand the stream, forming a pleasant that it was once densely 0 .. I
1E hereby, authorised to divide JAMES MOMtOE. eight hundred and twenty-five, in of white p. jfli
1i they are cascade, and off by a sub populated a race men, 4
the.said Territory into tow rial advance for the year one thousand who settled in this country, and ,'

; ITU and incorporate [the] sa.ne An in:\the ct confirming Western lliitnct certain of claims Louisiana.to lands! eight hundred and twenty-six, terraneous The country passage.around Tallahasnnri i incorporated themselves with the 'iJ ', *! '

.- thert'of ; to grant; define twenty thousand dollars. .. Yamassee Indians.-That the Ya- f a, Win
, or any part Be it enacted bij the Senate and .P PTtpnrlinCF from the Sll- .
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- and regulate, te: privileges For the expense of building a --7-----------o massees adopted their
.S House of Rtfircscntati-ves of thr wannee to near the Appalachicolariver
thereof anJ law for brick wall round the arsenal lot, became,Christians but
to provide uy
I- : ; l United Slates of America in Congress has deservedly attracted the ,
. of all such on Schuylkill) and repairs of pub be That
- tie election township fighting men. ,
.. a. cnhlcd. That all the attention of travellers, and tho'stwho

.S.... and corporation officers, as maybe -claims to land embraced in the re- lic buildings tliereon.eight thousand have visited it with a view of pIe had fine houses, v
: designated within the same. dollars. herds of cattle, &c. and
mari by thr Commissioners a permanent settlement. The fertile -
rScc. 2. And be further enacted For Medical, and Hospital Department roads and bridges over .
, appointed for adjusting the titles lands between the abovementioned 4
Thiii all ofTicers within in addition to amounton streams;of water.That
county :
d and claims to I land ;n the Western rivers extend from east to
'B said Territory shall be hereafter hand, on: first of January, one had many forts and big
the from hundred
I District of L-.uisic.na, upon west eighty to one
d elected the elect thousand eight hundred and twen- I At this,, time the
by qualified it
thirtieth day of December, eighteen miles, and from north to south_ a- i ..N
S: ty-five, of thirteen thousand dollars (
such made
ors residing in each county, at .. frequent attacks 1
fifteen and fifteen of
e hundred and recommanded bout mil s. This tract
time and '.and in such twenty thousand dollars. :but
pbc( manner for ; were generally
confir- of which
a by them country, much is adapted
thi! sa.d Governor and Legislative For Quartermaster General's then with k
as as they fought
a mation, be, and the same are hereby to the culture of sugar, is fine- r
o Cotfncil may from time Provided That Department two hundred and spears only! for they ti J i
l confirmed : no ly watered by the tributary
to time direct : Provided, That nothing eighty-four thousand nine hundred learned the use of the
nt person or persons shall be entitled streams of the Suwannee, the St.Marks .
. in this section contained and seventy-three dollars andse'OenlOfh'e length after '
:at !by any one claim, to a greater Wakulla, Okelockoney, losing j .
6hall authorize the electors aforesaid ,cents. ors, ihey associated
:: quantity than one league square Little River, and several other ,
:r- to ekct any Judge; of a'y For Quartermaster's supplies, selves all the tribes 1;;
under this act.'Ylshington smaller rivers and streams, and :s '
of Ht.' .mod, Clerk! thereo: }, transportation, mathematical instruments and the '
Court cr Feb. 5, 1825: Approved.An beautifully studded with lakes and gia Mississippi, J'
. '
::1.n or any Sheriff-( Judge of Probate books, and stationary, ponds of the water. The ny others far in the :

m or Justice of the Peace. act making' compensation to the persons fur the Military Academy at West land is rolling purest, with here and therean came down unexpectedly ; *j

And that so much oft'' c ordinance appointed by the Electors to deliver Point, eleven thousand five hundred country. The white iL
t> eminence that rises considerably
of passed July the thirteenth the Vfctes for President and Vice dollars.
fled their (
: Congress : \ generally, to
rid I President.3r above the surrounding country, :
seventeen hundred and For the of the '
contingencies of the most
it cnacfed by the Senate and army which will afford delightful seats ? .
:an eishty-seien, and of thr laws of ten thousand dollars. their hands. The men
. House the for the or men of leisure.
Representatives opulent
*- tie United Slates, as are inconsistent : of of For the National Armories I : to death, but the women
lIt: United States America in Congress This notwithstanding
of country,
with the provisions of this j three hundred and sixty thousand I ren were carried into
.. .. section, and as regard the :Michigan -: assembled. That the person dollars. its singular beauty and fertility, They carried I.
appointed I by tiie Electors to deli. becomes more interesting Irom
j Territory, be, and the same tion the face of the I
For the current of the over
ver to the President of the Senatea expenses the indubitable evidence ofits having consumed'J
are hereby, repealed.Sec. the method of
Ordnance Service thousandseven as surest I
:r:. 3. And be it further enacted list of the votes for Presidentand hundred been once densely populatedby t the fortified
n: Vice President, shall, be allowed dollars. a civilized race of men. Al- places.

..........-. That the Governor of the SaidFerritory I on ,delivery of said list, For Arsenals, forty-four thou- most every eminence is capped made many attempts
shall nominate, and
these bound thick
.- twenty-five cents for every mile of sand six hundred dollars. with ancient fortifications, which I an4 ,
be and with the advice and consentof wood before their
S the said Legislative Council, the estimated distance, by the For the pensions to the Revolutionary appear regular, and some of them protection from the .

ee* most usual 'route, from the place Pensipners of the United substantially formed. At Fort St.
shall appoint all other chi! ofii-
the broke their
I big .
,rtirta- in saiJ meeting of the Electors, to the States, one million two hundredand Louis, about two miles west of guns ; t
ccrs Territory, ('xcept.MUchis in and
pieces destroyed
Seat of Government of the United forty-eight thousand four hun- Tallahassee, hdi'e been found rem ,
: are appointed by the Presidentcf riors. At. famine
mt length
-.; the United States, by and with States, going and returning.Sec. (red and fifty-two dollars and nants of iron cannon, spikes, hinges destroyed all, save the
And be locks See. which evidently
2. it
further enacted twenty-six cents.
the the advice and consent of the Se- Fort St. Louis. This
That this act shall take effect of Spanish manufacture, and I j
of For the hair.
; n*'t(* the same. And the Governor pay pensions to
;m1rU of thc said Territory shall'havepover from the first of N o'embeeight- widows and orphans, twenty thou I: which have not been much injured I sisting was at last every abandoned diversity .

een hundred and twenty-four. by the rust.Within .
sand dollars. !
to fill all vacancies in the ed and the
id Feb. 11 1825 garrison
Washington, : Approved.An the principal fort, for
offict-s required to be nominated For
rut making ;..surveys, and_ carry the outworks seem to have been considerable fort near
by hir."h'whach may happen duringthe ing on the operations of the Board of the Okelockony, V
act to remit the duties books
on ,maps, numerous and extensive, are the
-- russ,- of said Legislative -a.nd-no Chll't"imnnrlplI-!._no-... -"u-----_ fiif__. tho...- uuo--- .nf... tlip........ of Engineers, iii) relation te Inter- ruins of two brick edifices ; one terwards fought a great .
S Council, by granting!'corn missions, Library of Congress. nal Improvements, and in additionto about feet the cisive battle, which i
which san expire at the end of Be it enacted the was sixty by forty,
by Senate and an unexpended balance on hand, : Creeks masters of the .
llifir next Sl'M"ion.8fC. other about thirty by twenty.-
House of Representatives of"the twenty-eight thousand' five hundred The Indians de
. 4. ..1n be further These are in total ruins, and no !
enacted United
States America in Congress and
of sixty-sevtn dollars. undertook '
but mound where they to
That the qualifi-d electors of thing a appears ;
said'L'.rrtorv assembled, That the Secretary -, For paying Icertain States thc selves of the
eray. the walls stood, composed whollyof country
shall at their :
next andetr of the
i Treasury be and he :
amount due on (account of Militiain broken bricks, which had been reside here. But, as .
y suosecjuent election for hereby is, directed to emit all duties -
the service of
the United ed it.
the Members ol their Legislative States, composed of a coarse sandy clay, they were too
such books
TO? Council choose ) upon maps during the late war, ninety-two! and burned in the modern fashion. rendered it
ballot charts
u1l.. jy eightpersons as have been, during the thousand five hundred
and had
thirty. Yet on the walls of these destroyed the
having! the very
.fltStic. qualifications present year, or hereafter may be, five thousand dollars
and there wood
of seventy- buildings, are oaks eighteen inches was no to
win tlectoi, in addition to the number imported into>> the United States,
now by law authorized ; and 1 li> the authority; of the Joint Li- seven. ..cents, bjeiiifc an amount in diameter. On the same hill They had destroyed or '

:liter the names ofihe Committee of heretofore appropriated, & which and in fact within the out works the domestic aninals, and there 'I
twenty-six brary
bsc-- persons has passed to the surplus fund. of was DO to subsist them..
this fort, are to be seen game .
: so elected, ivall be ,rausmit- the use of the Library of Congress. I grape

.r.- leA by the Governor of said Territory Washington,Feb. 11, 185: Approved Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, arbours in parallel lines, which They were therefore, obliged to ,
That the several still maintain their retire from the scenes of their
to Jbe President of the Uni- sums hereby appropriated pristine regu : own

trifl ird States shall be: paid out of larity. desolation, a small part west of
immediately after said An act making appropriations for the Military
with election, who shall nominate, and Service of the United States, for money in the Treasury not other Bricks seem to have been in general the Appalachicola river, and the

nnot the by and wilii thp advice and consent the year one thousand eight hundred wise appropriated : Provided however use, for they have been discovered others to their own country. .;

jht 1 of the Sinatcofthe United States, and twenty-live. That no money appropriated in several places by digging Many of the leading statementsin
: bv. this act. shall-- HP ,nniri to.... a little below the surface of the
'therefrom -- -
i Appoint thirteen pf'rIons ae it enacted by the Senate and -I -V f-p- 0 Hny foregoing account are

( ; which'said thirteen persons House of Representatives of the person for hit compensation, the earth. Within the town of strongly corroborated by circum .

I- tall compose the Legislative United States of America in Congress who is in arrears to the United Tallahassee: some were dug up, stances and facts within the know

, Council, any nine of whom shall assembled, That the following States, until such person shall having a substance adhering to ledge of many Americans. This

*9-tbe form a quorum to transact busi- sums brand the have accounted fbr' paid into the them resembling lime mortar.- is said to be the counjlry of the ancient ? .

as1 !Jf ; and vacancies occurring I hereby, same are Treasury, all sums for which he But on the hill about a half mile Yamassees, and it is a fact-.
edt,31M1' 1n said Council, shall he filled in !I I fur the Military Service, appropriated of -. may be liable : I Provided also, south east of the capital, are to be that the Creeks have held a slave .

the same manner, from the list I United States, for the the that nothing In this section con seen the greatest proof of a dense race, descended ,from the Yamaa- i

,n titiDybC ia Emitted as aforesaid. The thousand eight !hundred and year one tained shall be construed to extend population. On this hill are tObe see nation, which has but recently

" ttnbers of the said Lf'Jislath'COuncil ty-five, to wit : twen- to balances arising solely seen streets or roads, running near- been incorporated with their tribe.It .

1511 shall receive three dollars tor: the of the from the depreciation of Treasury ly a* right angles, at such distances is also a fact, that forts were very

tach per day, during their atten- subsistence pay of army, and notes received by1, such person to as demonstrate the former existence numerous, and that Fort St.
..-:5, dance at the sessions thereof, and the Military including be expended in the public service; of a pretty large town.- Louis beats evident marks of having
thte Academy, nine hun- but in all The shade trees of the former inhabitants been
dollar for dred and cases wiere the pay or destroyed by the whites, ,

II. ... nates in going to, and every returning twenty i four hundred ninety-four and seven thousand dollars salary of any person is withheld, still remain, and are generally from: the mutilated appearance of

|"cr*rorn, in full compensation for i I and in pursuance of this act, it shall be of live oak, and near which the cannon, which must,have been i

I 1.tT. their s'I'vices ; which shall be paid I For seventy-five subsistence cents.in addition the duty of the accounting officer, may be discovered grape arboursof broken b.y sledge hammers.-
D7 the to if demanded the his less regularity. In several There is also said
United States. by party, agent more or to be a very: considerable
. ; an unexpended balance on the or \\o forth, instances we discovered a .fortification'
----:: ?' 5* And bc further enacted first of attorney, report in the neigh
Th I January, one thousand
4nd with to the agent of the Treasury species of the plumb tree. borhood of the Okelockoney.From .- -
ikiilirpreaU writs of hundred
r* Vi of the of thousand'one I
otb Judicial twenty-nine hun it shall be the duty of the said agent and enquiry concerning, the trees, it must have been.about.two
T Tribunal of said dred and : '
fihliirsr-, tolhe eighty-eight andfortyfive I within sixty days thereafter, former inhabitants of this.country,I hundred! years since the :country l
5 -' ,'j.4"Sd ... mtCd- S Supreme Court I cents, wo hundred and I to>> order suit to be commenced a.galnsl who they were. ,and at what time was laid waste.. J3e that as it
- tates. in thousaud
; the four hundred
same sixty and
: .abUrr such his flourished. No records it is
delinquent they arewithin :
and Under or sure- may, rapidly populating a-
> the
l'dsc1? : %n, u do lit and same regu- twenty-nine dollars and fiftyfivecents. ties. -4- 'our. reach, and the Spanish, newtand be power,of.thenatives

.."',- are taken -. Washington, Feb.21 I 1825 :Approved. inhabitants- at the- extremes, ol. the 23. now broken We have notlilu..; _

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,,1 I m uiiicat'ifl, .assuring:you that they sir, Col. \ '\VbUe'hare'tr' ,conducted Ayacucnojon fte dth of JJeccmoerllastj'Jias Pity; Fiitfi i iJTHHE fl"':! : -...

W 111 are submitted. to your cnnsidcra-, himself :iththe: liberalIty or a i been received./ ; \ Chiz44 (11'ensacttr, ;( requii"-
: _
,tiou'in a 'political.sense only, and- gentleman, and tne honor.and dig. By the. articles :of capitulation -- ,JL 'Cdtorneetttt, 'th< Court.Jlvite. ul e-' -. '

-TiuAY, AtjtUL Z 1823. that my design is' to heal/not to nity of'the Caitilian the prouoVest agreed!tQ, ,and signed(.on' the "field I .:vening"at 4' Qfcl9Ckt for,the purp-.ne-cf.taking ? '

::;--= ---- -- -- wielrnhe breach which your let days.of. Spain. But we, forbear:, battleiby Gen, 'ire, and ,Gen;. into consideration; ; the recent fir t.
:: received
: n.t letV
T'uTttT.' J-st : we a ter is unhappily but too well calculated we would n unnecessarily wound Canterac, the whoiefofthe: and the means of gn rdiiga.rauM and
: '" Spanish
'1CUthf"trzln and .
AU"tlit ,,
; St- .. I ai resting
: i thripro m future. .
*." "..'t' 'i* to ** announce lieu Jjscnfilitny to produce' between, yourself -. your feelings, and shall hasten to army, parks 'of artillery( military 'cn cfJla. 2d ,\prl, 1825.: '

\ ixiz :i; a dandidatc to repretVt and your constitue ts. the last top c with which your, let magazines, and garrisons remaining :

;,:; '1\ I:. 11ext_! ;()"g"elstJ It being" You complain sir, that 'm. your' ter present! us. in any part of Peru, were sur- 8 100
4DI: 1'1 .rlem I j lu support him. absence from the You that have done rendered. / REWARD.GEOiiGE .
; Territory, reports -: say. you ; .. ,<

nun injurious to your honor and much for tie people, that you .The. following. the, substance _, r .

cslnesilay niurum:; last, at about prejudicial to your interest, have have sacrificed; your interests, to or the communication' made 'bv' C}. TOD.RRTCKN'S .. :

fn) oVi.-cic, the cit.zt.* of J'casacol bmi engendered and circulated their good, and have. been Unremitting Mr. Canning to the_ Foreign An. ; his sincere thanks to his

t\a't'....n *fc{IT'wd h.> tile cr-v oi'/'Vre WICri ) this County ; you farm that theyare in your, attention tel the h&ssa ors : -ThaYih, consequence in generalt fir their

"tc! :t.... 'It! \UtS t. st : a'cu, the large house false and malicious, and you public *eaJ.V are willing to of the repeated.failure.of. the applications unreniifted from exertions to .save his property _

r I t: t' l'ubtc ;tJ1.14' j\HICd b)' (;01.li.illf'1 atnibutc _jlbeir ,invention to the admit it, we thank you for all that of his Majesty's Government ing of the the$destructive 30th fire on the morn .
1 b.:.tC3 ct -trIetlh I bet,weet ulU and supposng it to
:' ".. '" '.::pt. wltcht'tl ami Mr. friends of Col. While, your political -: you have dpi l'e' for us, and until the to/the Court of Spain, relative have been the act alan Incendiary, offers

'If'U* o t ::.i;',.': h.ff/,,':'.;ne ,.me bec UIOC- opponent. Permitme, air, to publication of the. unfortunate let to the recognition of the Independent FIFTY DOLLARS REWAKD for mfor-.

t v SHI!: .-t esuelcpeo jn flames. By ,assure you, that in this respect, ter which now occupies. our irten- Stales South.America, I, nation which may lead, to conviction.Pensacbla '

fiv ., .I" ->* ui'jv.inllelfti: exertions: of the :I you have been misinformed and lion n-e had, nothing to 'allege against _- Majesty's servants have cometo I ,, April 1st, 1825.

C .';t, >.? l'- ItW..H t..nrmg: almostti the wand\vJioic wasfruitA III I arc greatly in error ; one of the you ; we are_ ,ready .to forget the .determination tosrnd II I W. HASElZ
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1 l'. J.L. *:-C *:*'tJ.t:. .*. "> of l l'W ecuipg ,..'kL.'t reports only, to which you allude, that ; \\e ire aware.of and feel Charges d'Affaires to the States of! 1
'* \. ;../--;n.:.ti -', u'.id cor.iiaed: lo the has: been heard olin the settlement for the weakness' of human ..nature.We Colombia, Mexico and Buenos FEELING grateful for the i'idustrvand ,
the Citizens of
) Pen
j I., ", :.:-. I Is 't eout'neiiced, ::.h li'': bUlld- ; on Chi )oh"", and that was intro- abhor the doctrine, ,that viewsa "YYI'es-and to enter into treaties of generally, in, arresting, the progrrs*of*cola the

i, .., i,',. ,. .1 tli '.vvre con tun't. clJn.tJilj;,.'jduced by one nf your most particular political opponent as a personal ,commerce with those respective late fire in his neighborhood, takes .this

c" ". ". .:.H.;: f.O'M'kitchen, a. !.ul..1J'r baiIti. 0 I friends, some time in the t'nt'm'V en we.first. deter-. States, on the basis of the' recognition ". method of makIng liis thanks public, and
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: .i sp'ingdf 1324; and shortly afterwards mined to support Col. White, i( oftheir Independence.St. FIFTY DOLLARS the reward
::::c second itl.t;-IIC? xuthin! a \'cr I offered above, for the discover '
J ...-t r II...', '.\!iii,'ii ,,'t. have had to' satisfactorily explained by was not in a spirit of opposition: .to .. .Domingo.-The French papers viction of the Incendiary. } and cou ,
J. .P...'. 1't: \'". .,..:. ., (,f hllI iJtl"u-, him ; since which period, it has you ; we were undei- the impression of the 12th January containthe I I Hensacola, April 1st, 1825. "I.

,.... .1 i wort- ,Md :.itud! bviMri long, tune: never to my knowledge! and I hat that you
I<*". .v niani itoi-, us no room to doubt ,I taken borne pains to ascertain the your I vices again to the guciation between France '& Hayti TAKEN 'UP -
Jiv.ivtul "
:i...i ..( ,.41,..$M.t:' <.:::*'y.! vt( i: tru-lti'.at lflCj4''IILt p- >ji-r% futt:, been revived ; the other has people ; set est friends thoughtso for a recognition of the independence BY TIIE SUBSCRIBERS TJt/S DAT.afmulattoeboyho ,

: I i'> ivsll: Lecwruni: to i ii!iuce tHe never had even an ephemeral existence and we not now but. look of the latter and which calls; Himself .
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C .-(try 1 H ti'jc: Mntui :n:.J h':;): to lusc I i here, and consequently upon you, though with every sentiItient was terminated on the 3d of Au. ; WILLIAM : -

4 :t I ..,:!4, lt:1 Stl'l < is d'hov'rc : your desire to t1aa time and of good will, as the opponent gust by the following note from ; ,
J. ai H<: tW lot :\_-\'d'C for luLl). u\ 5 feet 8 inches high, a':'I m o-
v.tin.hS .
} ? place appointed, a general meeting : of ColVbite. \ :he Minister of France : ihor )
: 's.3s fJiauld! be carefullyi -1 respects answers, tw decription :
rcicvi ;jjc :
:A- :..T"vJvktfc1ii'! >.Miiu; some cilicichl of th.e' citizens called, a id a i I have trespassed ,long upon I The Government, after the I 7' .- if a umLttoe tilt -..- .

": ''."i.a titl.cn. : "lor i'U>ci.ti.J.'i: niieii and va- I public! inquiry into the business your patience but ere, I conclude, : conference you have had with the RI- tised by A-IIil!! of't: .v Omans, !
.... ujout: our streets at instituted becomes I little jealous of I Minister of : "S i&4v.j44 run away on 2d March I
,t' .t i> iroiii.prux'.ii.- 0 as unnecessaryas a! am a my reputation Marine has derided! .
'-.. ..:Ia ,,)''l.. t,('IH's.' it would be unavailing and in- let i$Ie explain myself that_ for want of sufficient powers I SaiiS andvasrai.et niulattoe says in that! lie a freeman :t
\' tta'cc ;:k.u;;irc. in refc-rrin cur real 1. fur all. I is Vr"n.a. : ,
conn nie:1t. once my to vested in you to accept the conditions I J4 8. .
\ttI'ltflt ivqui'sting a Chapman
< >.t'to i"K tuc of:the 8tt citizens! tjs! evening: at Of as iiille service to your causeis support Cu!. White, bane and Un- established in the Royal Ordinance I 'L' :t...

1.1.ir o'LirrJ.r.d! sincnxiy. : hope that! io i the threatening language to Jirinciflled as lie may be, regardlessalike with which you nave heenI 1 .1. l'otnuyn : ,

.:';3 'i ...1 .1\ :.1:: tfl(. .... 10J t. S" ':(:,. niir which you have thought proper to of your denunciations 4n-d made acquainted: the negotiation City 'rnn/.h/ea. : j

}..v.-:;f :1h:t!:J V la !.Iink it IUIII 'C::i.a'II"n'lJclrbllt :-)' h-uve recourse ; surely, sir, you your threats. II cannot proceed." PensacoJa, 311t Martn,_ IS&j i-tt. ;

tt>.:ittt-nd. ,Inatutition to I With --""" .... -
4 : ] must strangrly have forgotten the respect, """r Taken up by the Subscribers
1,'t.' liiiiu cuclol! the ineetitiiT.ve would .1
hiijr: ;it st for tltc tnnsidcralion our ,relation! in which you stand as a A Citizen of\Jacknon\ County. OBITUARY.- on the 30th inst. ,

low (.tizeflS, the pvopvicvj: of making fd-I representative to your constituents, DIED-Jn this \.JlO the 25th A
1-v S\lhC:iikTtbJc a sum as or some dark cloud cf passion COloIM ICATED. MafctuJoHN THOMAS, sonulMr.Wm. : : negro man, or 35 i
( of
.fIWI years: age 5 feet 6 or 7 inches j
!..'IS:4.I:: ] tuwauU increasing tlic: reward must have obscured your judge MR. HUNT-Amidst the distressand ., Ward of Escamtri County, high; rather stout built, cails !
\, ...ch WL jut-Miu.e will!: be utiered for thcf.I' occasioned the. .
observed confusion aged eight himself Louis
: ment, when you that by yeais. \ says that he be-
y oi tLc incendiary or ir.cendi; ..- ..I a -. .I !o" to the wid 'KarthelefliiV
niis there lives not a man that dare fire Wednesday morning last, I j': 'gs nv 1
ho ha\c is-'d recent ..
ou llr-
Mits \\ cu > V.
tl.. iand :Uo: tiie forming nft VIGILANT breathe an insinuation against lllrt'lutation" it was gratifying; to see 1 ht' Citizens I [ J\ \\7. t ofNew.Orleans-apctat( i
jt1tt he
ran from the
.r :.:. \.I.L..I1.:1 away nephew of : 1
A fciATios for the of patroling professional unite with so much in their Q
: purpose (political, energy ----- ;--- -'..-.. '--'- his .lIbtrl'ss, who lives opposite to Newr- J .t
tlc: cty,who iftliey cannot entirely! prevent }, public or private it is presumed exertions to stop the flames ; except Or: leus\\.c\a. I Orleans, 3 or 4 >ears ago.F. J :
bleh 4irts cccaslotS.f n'.iglilgivc: mere timely ) "of Gen. Call." You need a few idle negroes. ail were -- --- S. Chapman, i

hardly be informed, that in our free industriously and vigorously tm- ENTERED. F. Commyns. !

was held I and happy country, the citizens plojed in the common: labor, a few J .. :.
udcc.COl'ontl".i Inquest :
f I March 26.-Brijr Edward Con- City Con*lnhl ,. V 1
on ie 31st 'uit. over the body of Ausu11 *- I who are in office, from the highestto blacksboth male and femalewere Pensacola, 31st March,1825-,-;f. i :
SAGKT, a native ot Genoa, found dead the lowest, are hut the servants among the most\ active and steady over 22 days from New-York, to : "j

onboard t'.f Colotxbisn Ltrig 'r 0'caun, on of the people, and to them responsible laborers ; thy deserve much Stone & Nisbet, having ,on hoard. SUPERIOR CoTlilT"Of : }
:iie 50th ferret 1. of Recruits' for .
the night of : u. .1 tthe I two companies the
so l lung as they may remain praise! while idlers at such a time the Western nItric: "
bid Augusta*. Saflct came by his 4th Regiment under the commandof of Fitrida.
death by 1 his own act: in culling his throat in a public!: station, for their con- merit exemplary punishment ; it Dade.28.Sc.hr. John Innerai-ij :

With a r.L4:0r. on the night of the 30thJtulanl duct. It is our privilege, sir, and is to the m we may attribute the Capt. }} TERM .
Bachelor Pla New- John ,
at about half past 9 o'clock.JJ- you would not I am confident, in loss of our property-if tht'YVilt Mifflinand .
Orleans order. Charles Miffii-,
Tiie unknown. Cargo, groceries to
yrjur cooler moments wish to deprive not labor they are always ready to
"Schr. Buzihsk, Ruby, Nt."wOrI NOTICES :;
us of it, to subject to the severest steal. I
We have received a circular from Gen. leans, Cargo, corn and groceries. to 'I | IIEKRIir UVKN, That a suit be.
criticism the conduct of Our Citizens orderin
our only require
Call, and we regret 'that Its length precludes order. tu-ecn the sanl |>.irtics is .....tautl'd. '
the possibility of our publishing: it representatives and rulers. Advert the direction of their exertions ; i and a rt of attacnuii-nt ha4 i.v .iorl .,
> against
I Schr. St. Antonio Roich N. Orleans
to-day. to the numberless journals of, they have no jd 'a forming a I the property and credits ot tile De '

Hy lien.; C.ill we are informed that" an the country and notice, for you line to the water, which is' absolutely Cargo, groceries to order. fendants. !
appropriation} of 10 ),000 dollars has !been CLEARED. John Lee Williams
future guidance, how perpetuallythe material to prevent the confusion i
made for the of
a .NavyYurdand '
Depot on the coast ot Florua, prerogative is exercised and of 1 passing and repassing. March 26L Schr. Thorn, Day. Jit'y. 'or Pl'ff. ,

.tiJn the liiiii ct* Mexico," und he adds how freely the measures of the Our wells being small will always New-Orleans, Cargo, 10 hales cotton March 29th, 1835-4-:til. .
.. I 5 bundles deer skins and 10 .. _._ .. .
1- the h '
roiu superior advantages possessed: President and the various ( flicers render this a master of difficulty. kI

tv the Bay of Pensacolu, no doubt is en of Government, of the Senators Particular attention to this subjectis bundles hides by the Captain. I I TerritoJ'yofF/or-Jilt ?
tciUui.ed but tilt lucaion will bc-iiiatie a Itii.i 28. Edward Conover County of Escambia, >
and Members of the'House' of Re- necessary, for when a well is.ex .
point. Gen. l.'s Circular cohUuns j I
ir.iicii/ierinforniaUon! of aa intLlc'tm6'1: pre4entities of the Governors of hausted the watr I becomes; foul New-Orleans, Cargo, 40 bundles Escambia County Court. ,

nature, which our present Jmlb111 not I IJcrn. the several States, and, in short, of and cbouks the Engines.As hay & 60 packages merchandize, i OttDEHKD, That Polls han be t)!)Cfl'

} .:t us to detail, bu which uc siiaii 1 1Lrih !! every public man, ure canvassed, we have two Engines, it by the Master. .I following places, for'the!

our readers wah.liy publijhin! lacIttttr and ihfir very motive scrutinized would! seem necessary that two SO.-Schr., ). t. Antonio, Roich. I purpose of receiving ; for a lelt-ate '
in r.rten8ontxt Weik. represent people ofFI/rica.in! the
It is possiolr, sir, that you haven companies should be formed New-Orleans' Cargo, 4000 bricks 19th Congress, at the election to bt- lit II _

,. The inaugural address: of President vcr perceived he inferences Whether the City should be divided by the Master. on the secj.ni: Monday of May m-xf vizi .. ,

/Cains has cou.e to hand, k we fclull pre- which may legitimately be deduced into two districts, for this purpose -Schr.. BaziliskRuby, New. At I the Court* House in the!c&ty of Pea- .
ei.t ,t to our patrons with. all possible do- I IcI. from tic sentiments: you have or whether one company on- Orleans, Cargo, 12000. bricks by At the house Joseph W. Hall on the ... f

$ expressed ; allow me, then, to a- ly should be orgJrJzed with two the Master.'. Escambia. <

nulze aiu set then} before you, divisions, is worthy of considera ARRIVED. At the hoiue of Joab Gainoa on the

The: folbu-tnj; letter was written when I I adopting, for the sake of p rplcui'I March 26.-A barge from Sparta Escambia, and -" .

( %. t.ull .bofu.-c ccop'.c'.C us a canciitiute ty, the logic of the schools. tion.We are all, at length, convincedof Ala. with ISO bales cotton to At Harrow's Perry on >How! Water.Anrl _
ier the I'I it is further
cthce ot Dele-ate Ortler-.l. t.jat the
to Con- 1st. You consider as the of situations H. Hunter Stone Nisbet and persons -
grt.tsf;,l the ciiMHKg election and il mav I your per- danger our we fee hereinafter named & haU! lit* *:vl t-tcy _
Lt- (K.j.er to g.tf :tivaMn for publ sung! sonalenemy, every citizen who are all united in a determination N. H. AII n. are hereby appointed Julkjes of sa.il e- ,

it kttcr ue has ;HIt.l' \vithdr.Kvn.. Suulc supports Col. White. lor guard against t ie evil, the best SAILED. ieciiun. viz : .' ,

unIt: hu.ce it MU., i-nrnorcU hete that Gen. 2d. A citizen cannot be your manner ofdircctiniertionS the general ex- Marcjm 28.-Frons the Barrancas, In Pensacola .

Cuilliauunttena.,an) m Jacl.son CCII'IIin letter to smr.c gentle- : personal enemy, unless he has requires- he serious and Brig Eunice, Bond. lob lt,. I Jn. de la Uua, William. Sebree and John ';

atizcd : wnicli lie ti- >- something to lay to your chaige ; cool consideration of all. .. .. I r Brosnaham. I
CoJ.Vhite aud his -- -*-------- --J-- 1 -
fnt-mU m and -- .1, Hull's on the E. cam&ta.Joseph .
J'Liisacolaiisbuseand: A Citizen.
unprincipled ; be- W. David
AN Hall Williams and
\c\iu; Jri it to be improbable, that Gcu. 3d. Death will he the inevitablefate o OHDINANOKffectually Luke TownleyM ,
Call would! so far ik'scvnd from his own of the daring 'who shall J\ .ire to prevent the "isc/ztr.e
tuan From the 'atlanal Journal Gained on the Eacambia. ,
;,;!);ty and forget the le.spect due to the! of-Fire.1rml within the Gity of Petistieola.JEit .
n'mio.s of others, as to allow a S\\ eepinj t by calling in question the fidelity, I \\ ? learn fron a respectable Ordained by the hoard of .. fil rincnofthe Joab Gauu-s, 'Peter tYilkisou and James _
tltimnciation: of all who did not subscribe or the policy of your public conduct I source, says ( he New-York Mercantile *-* Citystf: Pcnsucola, Diat no I i Drewster.jit .

l" Ins political iir.tltiliiity to escape his incur your facial displeasure. Advertiser,' that since the person shall discharge or fire off all)' miisIcft ..: Marrow's on Yelhio 1J' tn-. -

pin, we cocrld! not tot a moment give crc. You have indeed sir, been too. Liberator Bolivar arrived in Peru, pistol or other fire arms loaded with 'James Shin, (Robert McKinuon and Jeremiah "
to tie report. The letter from t or without shot within the following limits bavtlle. -;
Jit following
unguarded, and haves exposed a deputation the kings of
wmoucot the most l of the said City, o Wit : Eastward of the A true copy from the Records.
; ill.Jackson tou-.u ivsjiectablc, prmcsthn ijeiitle2e ien.- yourself to severe and just recri- : France and S/iawhas waited upon Ba>oude 'la Aguada, or Westward of the Attest, ,

Y1': has written somethingwhich has mination. But a short time has :. him with an invitation to a&sume I Bayou des Cadets, or South of the line of John Miller, {!l'k. ,1
I of friends the Command in South the Kluck Houses on the! North side of the .
Reappearance of a stab at th reputaouw elapsed since one your Supreme Pensacola_21l March, 1825-3'- I '
Col. U hue and his friciula in this : in an address to the voters of Florida America, and to put on a Crown- City; and any person offending herein .. i
l'icc! und whicu is understood shall forfeit and pay for each offence five : !
t' those Powers
flattering promising to NOTICK.HE :
as his published a very support dollars, one half to the Informer and the .
j eMjppoiiersof personal tint gentleman.enemy, eacli This of eulogy upon -your public and pri him in such a measure, and other half to the use of the .Cprpor- ion* Commissioners the Town of J

character.' the aid of jl! Pnvided That in this section Tallahassee will a premium of .
*nS Hit f\ct. we consider it due to that vate Disposed to esteem probably pledging nothing 3 pay I
L aciou iiul expectable portion of ourCitizens you, your fellow-citizens in the governments composing the shall be so construed as to prevent the firing One Hundred Dollars !

k o .- to lay before the public this section of the country relied Holv Alliance. \ is needless to of salutes on public occasions permission for the best plan of a Building for the Ca.

% t oumg communication,at the same almost implicitly upon the state- add that the proposition treat- having first been obtained' from_ pital,to be located in the centre of the Capital .
j tJn.e tendering to ticn. Cud the free use the Mayor. s uai-truf: said Town" ; the cevreof..
"ourcolunmi,, should Ife think fit tu ex- ment which was.presented to them ed in a manner worthy of Bolivar. 2. 1nd be it further Ordained, That which to be,.sixty feet square, and the two l ;
} ti luog exUordinary letter. and contemplated( with sinceie He sent it to the Cbngress of Co whenever a musket pistol or fire arms oran wings forty by twenty .sue.Veet, and two f

pleasule the -virtues and talents of lombia-and through that body it )" description,shall discharged upon storien lug'hi-The lower story of tiie cen .

the man who represented them in is hoped the world will be informed the premises of any person residing, within tre building to form comrnodiou-t Court* .
For the Pen acoTa Ga=ett \ the liraits'above"prescribed, the occu. : room communication witt..tiH UppE'r
CHIFQLA, 12th March 1325. the high council of the nation.- of the particulars. pant of such premises shall be held responsible -: tory,; and each wing on the ground .
To But how, sir, are we to reconcile M. Hyde de Neuville has arrived for the fine. floor affording two convenient offices fbr -

(j EN. CALL, the magnanimity and chivalric in Paris from Lisbon, ai d] had 3. Jlnd be itjurther Ordained, That; incase I Territorj a1 pu .-The upper &tory ; .

SIU-A letter bearing your: spirit of our high minded, Delegate an interview with I the Kin .-' any slave shall offend against the I I ofthe centre building afford four com- .
bfjthis Ordinance, it shall be at mttteNoms : \ I
tlgnature and directed to John with the cruel blow which is The 'French assert that'the provisions and Kxecmive Office,
papers Owner of such
the,option of(he Master. or and the 'wings to be each'a Legislative : .
lopr, Esq. has lately reached our levelled at the reputation of' Col. Portuguese govern ent has acceded slave to pay the fine, or the slave shall be chamber.-Persons who furnish planV .:.' ,. --

Stttlemtnt ; you have authorised White & FRIENDS in PEN- to the solicitations 'of .eA'l&nd, subjected to receive thirty-tune /iJlaes.- must f.itt&1thein, under se'al to the.soid. .

abu gentleman to make its con:' SACOLA, when you, pronounce by recognizing the Independence i 4: Jind be it further-:Ordained, That all Cpmmissiohew by, tht' first of April .next;"-" L I

ttU public ; it therefore them to be '8Iik 6a"* and un/irjn- of Brazil, and changing,his ministers. I persons offending against this Ordinance, when day will be 'lMf'ap.rt to 'open. .
may shall be prosecuted before, tbf Mayor,wiio for iion' td l. : .
be viewed the authors of false and It is added tjiat. it ,was in j'them .t.'xami ippron \ I
JJttly as addresstdough cifllcd, ,. Ilhall have authority remit. the penaltywheneverhe Proposals be received Kir rue erecx' ', '
him to the whole commu-- malicious charges{ against your consequenceoTthese measures, .'may, m the 'exti. of hndiscretion I tion of one wing! of the plan proved,, siJ ',; '
jl ltr 1 i cons qul"nt y, as citizen of'i character. Wei blush for you :air, ,.\'bat ,the ,French Mir. liter left' Lib.bpn ... *- ,.deem such: _' remuaion equiUblc; soon as practicable thereafter. .. ,> ",..' ,

ad'.on Pounly, 1 may without : and your panegyrist* and, in ..'s chcon'duct ,' *. ; and just. 0 *the Itobertiiuder_ /' 1. .
: 5.; tfndl lit further ,
X'101 of.the deci- look in vain for ,the TheoMcaaccthi ofthe! decisive / :;. J"v
rules ,of we 12tt :i tio of therdinance: >r1b :,19iJ I' ;.,. .S _, _
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'ii "-, the liberty of' making a I delicacy generosity or sensibility victory obtained bjr thC'LibcratingArmy .. of F bwum.il823Hb: : e;and." the. same.,.. i. i. Ambrose-'* ;Cranes JL'* ."i' :-
Hirrniarks Upon the .8t timtnt. which'we",were led to. expect in all of?>JSr: >. ; n<}er> l T Tgtlahaue : ; :: .
are expressed ia .that com- your proceedings. Towards"to you command fcf.. GcQerftr-Sucrc. at. ;- :Approred16th_ )Iacb929i' ,

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: .1'rv l TALLAHASSEE I NOTIGIarkeafaii1 f. J cmnaeafefJ7. ; RAVING completed to first 0

: T;; 'rhe u s ib.'r. I h crcbj giten, Tfeit *&e pert tern 'F,"psi. ;. u. Seal. /, this paper and listing .. ,

, ; ; To H A8J-UI tested foot KcwAnjefiha Ode.. : C\\j\\\\\.p t'a' id.. a .tltlae.Ho Ui ceuht" ... I. wiB and : .rida, tuning il thus far with less .

,. ;a' 0 Y et SC'hoontr ,, ," HE Coatt ai.aiontt*'appointed uadcr tIa Gi ts or A\11 News .Paper, than has"ever.before* induced'ftea" h.-t .

:. ;p r ; I\ bbb. Cincinnati \Ylmkrr, .. tA tct ofdHt tl;)rex+aor aM ibwtcil .ttIdi$ 'afdeeift: .. SVTITLED THE commencement of inch an < 'I :
' :20do..1 A -.1i'1Or--supr. the late eEPC'T Jj oG" k<< TO the undersized finds it
. .! ;, nf the Terntoiy of Fbrtda will OQ Jacob Ode U. aaolge "
: f I4!; 14 date 6m McmdaTuf April next proceed to tell Jatees Carr, Flotiaa \l\geneer.; cessary to all on his friends saj ,n Ctt '

15 do l g'nmUe steam mill >flour, in the principal square to the highest bWdtr 5ttf. .Jdaiai1tTf.Tti citizens for such additionalgrowing I.surc::
i 5 do. be% prime pork of Feb.2 I patronage of a gene- of *
o' .,; a.. W the lots Tallahassee \ the pbn ,EsoEchiBgthe efd1fftamglocal prospects the Tcm z '
" I'. 3 baaetIuQdcstndleti which embraces one hundred and ,sixty : A1..l\l.O.N :t the laudable deign I' warrant bun to expect.. --,

it! :'..,.;' 9 quarter bblt* bttckvhtatBeal. acre* offend and trill be wbtmittd on and general intelligence a-1 The first owners of the Prrexpedient btd .
.'ti J 4 Vegs salmon bribe 5cvotfd excluaTfly_ tofcr., 't' citizens of this Toong sad $oursbingTenifory '
: application and on the days of sale\ i\\ mcthe : to abandon the G inert, '
t .! \ .i. Cl 5 da. tobacco, information of purchaser*. The terrasprejrtibedbysaidsct A .., and Bterary COID the Editors feel that: before they had cosipktcd t e

ii; 4 ; C boxes FKnnS acme arc.six per cent is weekly in the,,city.'of New-' diffidence and embsmtssoettt which always : ton of aToIazse, and iatlic I huc::pc of '

:. ,'4tl 100 do Cologne water advance on cost cf each lot j the residuein York |BesHestheori "rtcordcfi! attend the commencentent oferery successors it lingered oat one )'or.tt

f 11I,; :,t f: \, Tw sale at has store comer ofPalafox and : ':three equal, annual instalments and Etkal T eou abfoed,the AHnoo Tepobrah. enterprise, the tennicatipn cf which'is iaTolred they also'gave h up as a profitless bi_
ra't' + 1btt.DC'strttt.y 1 held bound -k the debates of the Bntnh in the nncettsinties of faturity.Yet .-
1 the tat and Wd idstal eo rity es.atfjg It will roe therefore be ccaidere4 t
":; "l, F. P&squier.l&S. : for the payments on thc coat: } tioc' cfmluch pin, on aHhnportant subjects ; I feelhjg .coEdtmis tobemcfu1totbe ihng that Larmg'
, ;. 3aim !J. .-44-tfNOTICE tucks Mill be made to the rcspec- and the dcoskms of the Sng'ish.Coavs t'eomoMuuty: tiey themselres of the bon sith a: very s=ill oua oer '. "
in cases several interest. Its literary") pooinPtriod.otse in&ncr toted
live owners I present bets and sn extrcsly: ssdrer..3ing b rcustsoi (
t 0 { about nmeteen tetecttolRS are node from all the pnmi- of sad growing country, to soCczt
"l I!, ,. T JWaaa ee is_bated | a new our cstabtI

.,;!' ,' Thc u C a1ai3m, In the Superior miles north of SU Maria w three nary tmayszaes&janmlsoftbe LondonPressev. the,p&irooage and suppcrt of tbeouze&s f i sl'ca1d acrd the COSt eSckut and tray

'.r,.1' !I fit;, trim '' X'Zoftbt r rabk treama, in a fie fertile eoantty SaJor- of the interior to s. News-Paper,the importance ge of alt those wrofffl-11d

:} {4''I' tate of Tbviiu Cost* Ctxirt for the Crowing* $ar cane'and aemislattd cotton, Tt e.ALBIOK is pubHsZiederrty sad utility ol.-laieh. if properly.I nowicdge the jaiportance, to tLc

.t, "Ift* : Btyti*deceased. iX watered by a aerer failung stream aad day on J6.e paper,la the" .quarto the Southern imperialfbrmaQdtsforvarikd .eoadueiedso cue wiH be disposed to 1 cf stt fhan ntxkrrtakmj. .,

.,t It'' ''i""<, 0 vs.rranctsco Westcm District > fine spring,. by 11p 1", The Editor aware of the '
'1 ''' UaitnuIUnaDe Wblic mil or the same oay.Subscriptions ; The resococes of tatty deJ &&aul aedaoaSr :
q ieoavedatthe Office ctk csflbterialsof: wfa c2icaoalhr lacy CJ4'.... ;; .
of Florida. the its contigtrity to the
St. Uaxeat. I
: 1 7' Coi&misaoters will be prepared: composed, sad a* there w
a : WRIT of attachnae.(bas been this pen acok Gazette ofilexico, sad to a fine bade courfryoGeorgia "
tftj; is cf-
" A day obtained ia'tbe above case, I'C'i re ceive proposals, immediately after the Tum> Six Dollars per aiKimn, IaFr :as also its central sbtatioo, ia- Date press *m u> part tLc
J r for the I his esde I to sa t9ca then
Kits Tllhhassce ere
sale of the ct e .
I tumabk to the Uty Term ISiS of sail: 'kin ao. spre the plessiag'expectadoa, thai it will
s of ,. reckon of one wing of the public bmWiagS h eobeffished 1r.p.utnUty rcitoo to errrr -
' ,t ,', ; f:f Tt e present robe ,. become a pUce 'of considers2 Se lDpor- pd.
'I ."" Thomas to be r f durable anateriah.;: Pe sots with a Map of the Pohr aDd tit'j tatter,as well as theccd11ol rcfincaseal cuUled awakes ik: s erA.cs vC

I J .r+ r; Commjns, who rosy be disposed to undertake work; vcs, of >* | rain Parry; Map of.!i aDd sciecce: in Florida.Tbe To expect to p!es.se all 1I'0':3d kem WFpxe2
, : Surnting F.1"t Sc. of coiwickrable unportance,,"t uW do well Lakes Erie and On-1 I : xa ut- -:) o.a.o lZ*. t3 ."._
'f the'country between Fiosixa urnxucTxrcK i5dcs --
" 1.flJ klatch 1a t; .i--1-ct attend. mil be submitted lot i :: ] ; to coctrof ..-i d.
I : to A plan tano wijth the projected Welland cavil,\e d+ to be a Tehid of local and general Yo!dJj c-

l1 1! -PAPERYAREHOL8K: the!information rftbose person ntere and other engratings. *\\forax3xB: sad accessible to all p a-j. tbe wiaj .Our ems kite u.
geed wSo net free and la cvefolrerrtiad d
" "lo" evl, ana MOUC apply. may I whonaybedesrocsof disccsscg* cpea sxw.r ol ti
'.t -14 ".!j':: life. 4 ("..\... .St \"ir-G2Lr''aS. be enabled to pre' saxkftctoiy: > security Tmitl.FIabh., of nature ofscientbe : .: : : ; trsthtkkebood rxa s zj
or oaaanuincatiag
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; ; l- D. c. norciunsse for toe faithful perfonua&ce of ha core } CR=J Cntrf.Coccty I| researches' aad: Eterarr essarxBut [: refeted,std wserc
, of Fes, I : b.- bet is .t
tract I :c.; s error sas Lan
ed above J11 lave I all mad umdiiavs disputatioo, p
:: G ?* as 1EQ4.OKtsotkwof peraosal *
: m\"L Robert Butler 5 October ,been OC'd ir: : to be corU
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: ;! :,s i; uh'era Hand. dirrct frow U e Adam Gc* Ion Esquire, 1 tverr dugs. .of attack oapr set es- bust W"C1t1a tae tZiZ .r ,

::1"i; !!'; tt.aMifaCtlttCR"' Ptl1. tran NtrrtOtk, Tho. H. Pen, [ I for tbe Territory rscter sinol be suppressed.This lpa the j.'t- c d tast utta
' f t" Ct'c c k at and Massachusetts. ,anasfcxttnent tt- paper soot to be dented toTsajaaa ,traz.t .
-', : .., .. Ambrose Crane J 5 Florida, 02bOkERED'TbatxRne en- : 1t'OGII1U iii .r1'4..e =b: ; ,
,I ,;::' httirt of Paper of every de Grab audjJcrvra or to scbserre tae purposes of a &--
F rs1b.M '..1 J '--:5, : tetwed 'art the defuuti.'g [sL>er ocne f depnrea fc* owi Dt tSTA'I'lt''Att-
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I. this Ca rtnry, tar they 1 't41t 0; !1'f.. "Ji
, : !! r:4':: Eric ad ewrs* $ Foolcp si Letter PaKr be fined for, lat to De CTffff wired, s2aocV2 be Lr fl
; :' the PekCoU haTrrcb t theysStOMjd not ip'.o jar&t. Oih :ze artr r.
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