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 9, 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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by.. the. invention, of our artists.-, 1 hat the, best, security for bibernefkence 1 ther.. The of regard :to the.I powersOlCongress' ..
? harmony the nation "
wont into O Ttv, us President: .for -
# Iriiig and Law marched and, legislation :upon
Liberty have .he\best guaitza. IS,promoted and .
United Stales, on the 4th of March I i the whole Union objects of tbisnature. The"
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1825. S 'of human .association. .have been ststs in the freedom; the pct.., i mutual t; respectful deference is: due'to
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In compliance with an usage, and the doubtsioriginaiingin;: pure patriotism
accomplished as effectively as .under 'frequency popular options intercourse
and the ties of
oeval 1 with the existence of our and sustained by venerated
< any other, Gi'ernnirntou. the -That !GeneraJ,' Gorffn- personal 'irllandsnI -rornrrutt -',--, ,
Federal Constitution; and sanctioned ; globe ; and at a cost, little exceeding meat of the Union, and 'the separate 6ft the Representatives of its I years have passed u.L since Jl1t itut. -
by the example ol my 'preiccssnrs -; in whole the Governments ol the States several in the -
a generation\ expenditures parts performanceof struction of the ,first National
in the carec-- upon which I II of other nations in 'a are all Sovereignties of limited their, service at.this Metropolis. Road 'was 'commenced. The authority

am about to enter, I appear, myicllow I single! year. powers ; fellow servants, of 'the Passing from this general revitV for its construction was :

citizens, in your_ presence, Such is the unexaggerated picture ,- same masters, uncfmtrole within ofthe purposes and injunctions of then unquestioned. To how many *
and in that of Heaven, lo bind my- jf our condition, under a Con their respective\ spheres, uncontrollable the Federal Constitution, and their thousands of our countrymenhas
*rlf !by: the bo'emniiies of a religious stitution founded upon the Republican by encroachments' upon 'results. indicating the first traces it proved 'a benefit ? To what

obligation, tf) the faithful performance 1 principle\ ,of equal rights.- tack other. That the fir*est security of-,the path of duty in the dischargeof single individual has it ever prove -
of the duties allotied! to To admit that this picture has its I of peace, is the preparation my public trust,I turn to the administration ed an injury ? Repeated liberal
inr, in the station to which 1 have shades, is, but to say, that \\ is stil! during peace: of ibc drf,$ar.es of of my immediate Pre and candid discussions in the 'Legislature

been called.In the condition, uf 'h en upon earth. war-That a: rigorous e onomy, decessor, as the second. It has have conciliated the sentiments *
unfolding to my country the Prom evil moral and and accountability of expenditures passed period and '
physical, political .i ptplic away In a ot profound approximated the opinions -
principles by which I shall be governed it is nut our claim to be'exempt. should guard against peace; how much ,to the satisfaction enlightened minds, upon
in the fulfilment of those We have suffered, sometime the aggravation, and Alleviate, of our country,and to the the question constitutional power.
duties, my (first resort will blto by the visitation of Heaven, when possible, the burde: of taxation honor of our country's name, is I cannot but hope that, by

that constitution, which I shall! through: disease ; often by the -That the Military iiould be known to you all. The great features the same process of friendly, patient *
swear lo the heni of my ability, to wrongs' and, injustice of other nations kept in strict subordination to the ot its policy, in general con- and persevering deliberation
}preserve, protect and d rcnd.- even to tht extremities of Civil power-That the teedom of currence with the will of the Legislature all constitutional objections will

That revered instrument enumer.ites war ; and lastly, by dissensions a- the Pre s and of religion opinion have been-to cherish ultimately be removed. The extent
the powers, and prescribes tnong ourselves- dissensions perhaps should l I- iuviol.ir. thai the peace, while preparing for defensive and limitation of the powersof
the duties of the Ex ..C'ulhelagls! inseparable from the enjoy- policy of our country is pface, and war: to yield exact justice to the General Government, in relation
trate | ami, In It:. firstvnrd dares the purposes to which these, more than once appeared to threaten articles of faith upon wkich w rights of our own-to cherish the interest, will be settled
and the whole action of the Government the! dissolution i of the union, air till ucjrpp.'l -If ih rc HaVe been principles of freedom and of equal and acknowledged, to the com

instituted by it. should und, with it, the overthrow of ail those who doubted, whether confederated rights wherever they were pio- mon satisfaction of all ; and every
be invariably! and vacrrdly! devoted the enjoyments! of our present los, Representative Democracy claimed ; to discharge with all speculative scruple will be solvedby
-lo form a more perfect union, and nil on'- earthly hopesof the were a (jrovernmenl ctjmpettnl possible promptitude, the national a practical public blessing.
establish justice, ensure domestic utuie. The causes of those dissensions to the wise and orderly management debt ; to reduce within the nar- Fellow citizens, you are acquainted .
tranquillity, provide for the common have bCl'n'al'iou s, founded of the;, common concerns rowest limits of tfficiency the military with the peculiar circum

def nCl", promote he general I up m differences of speculation of a mighty Ration{ those dp u his force ; to improve the organization stances_ of the recent, election,
welfare, and secure the hlt' :ii':*;s in the theory of Republican Gi)- nave been dispelled. If there and discipline of the which have resulted in affordingme

ofliVrty to the People of this Union veninuMit ;' upon couGc.ting'It"WS: have been projects of partial confederacies army ; to provide and sustain a the opportunity of addressingyou S

in thducccssh.e g.'mra- of policy, in our relations with foreign to be erected upon( the school of military science ; to extend at this time. You have heard
lions. Since the adoption of l* is nations ; upon jealousies of rums of tne Union, they hav< been equal protection to all the the exposition of the principles 1

'social com par.', one of thesg generations partial} and sectional interests, aggravated scafered to the, winds. If I there great interests of the nation ; to which will direct me in the fulfillment ,4 t
bus passed away. I. is the l by prejudices and pre.pos&essions have b, en ilahgerous attachments; promote the civilization of the In- of the high and solemn trust ft ;

work of our forefathers. Administered which strangers to to one foreign Nation, and antipathies dian tribes ; and, to proceed the imposed upon me in this station. I .

I by some of the most emi each oilier :are ever apt to enter against another, they, have great system of internal improvements Less possessed of your confidence, r t
Jient men, who contributed to its tain. S btcn xdnguis }ed. Ten years of within the limits of the constitutional in advance, than any of my predecessors ::, j

formation, through a most eventful It is a source gratification and peace, at home and abroad have power of the Union .-; I am deeply conscious of :' !

...nt-riod in the umas of tlw'worI.1 of _cnconiaprnenl to me, to observe assuaged the animosities of political Under the pledge of these pro the prospect that I shall stand, ', J
; and through ail he vlcUsitucies i- th.u the: greal result of this contention, : and blended into mise's, made by that eminent citiZen moie and oftener, in need ot your "1

of peace and war incidental experiment: upon the theory of harmony; the most: discordant elements at the time of his first induc- indulgence. Intentions upright 1. ;
to ihe condition associated man, human rights, has, at the close of of public opinion. ThereMill tion to ibis office, in his career of and pure ;,a heart devoted to the- (- i
it has not disappointed the Iippeztl thut priicratluii 'J)' wun.ii :. w>u remains one effort of magnanimity 'eight year, the internal tuxes welfare of our country, and the
; aspirations of those illustrious formed, been, crowned with suc- unc au"' iiuli ".' r-6Ju"u-. Ll.tlIvC been repealed ; sixty mildischarged unceasing application of all the Cal :
benefactors of their and na- dnd passion, to be made by the in- II .. ..
age cess, equal to the most sanguine .L. .hli.1.ht hve cpliie&alliitted to to her ser
iOfl. It has promoted the lasting of its founders. d \idaals! throughout the Nation, ; provision has been vice, are all Me pnutn-uuu-. -_? -----
welfare of that country, so expectations Union : the who have heretofore followed the made for the comfort and relief of give for the faithful performance ;
clear to Ui all 1! ; it has, to,an extent justice defet.ce, :'IIC general welfare standards of political party. It the aged and indigent among thesurviving of the arduous duties I am to undertake. :L ;
com mot)
remnant warriors of the revolution To the guidance of the I
far b-yond the ordinary lot of humanity and the blessings of liberty- is that discarding every
secured the freedom and all have been promoted by the Go* of rancouf against each o. ; the regular armed ,foice Legislative Councils; to the assistance
happiness of this People.Ve now vcrnmrnt under whit ,we hareUved. :_hr ; of enibracing, as countrymen has been reduced, and its constitution of the Executive and .subordinate .
and friend$ and of yielding revised and perfected departments ; to the .
receive it as a precious inheritance : 'j :i! dil1g at"this point of ;
from those to whom we arc indt'lH-1 time looking back to that generation to talents and virtue alone, thai ; tne accountability for the expenditure friendly operation of tne respective t
ed for its establishment! doubly! 1 VTnich has ,otie by and (forward I confidence which, in times of con. of public money has State Governments |
bound by the examples which they to that which is advancing, trillion for principle, was bestowed been made more effective ; the Flo- the candid and, liberal support Of

have left us, and hy the blessings j we may, at once, indulge in grateful only upon thbse who bore the ridas have. been peaceably acquired the people, so far.as it maybe_ deserved
which \\c have enjoyed, as the I exultation and in cheering badge} of party 1 communion. and our boundary- has been extended by -Honest industry and! t. 1

fruits of their labours J to transmit hope. F'Cnthe experience ot The collisions of party spirit, I to the Pacific ocean ; the zeal, I shall look for whatever

the sam, unimpaired '0 the succeeding ::le' past we derive instructive lessons which originate in speculative opinions -i Independence of the Southern nations cess may attend my public service ; .
generation.: for the' future. Of the. two or in different views of: of this hemisphere has been and knowing that except the Lord

In the! comp'ass of thitsixYC.t1' great political parties which have administrative tolicy, are, in theiruatul' recogusi'd, and recommended, by- keep the City, watchman walk-
since this great national covenant !I I divided! the opinions and! feelings transitory. Those which example and by counsel, to the Potentates ethbut in.vain, with fervent supplications ,. ;:

was instituted, a body of!I of our country: : the candid and the are founded on Geographical divisions of Europe ; progress has for his favour, to his 0verruling'Providence [
laws enacted under its authority, just will noxy udmit, that both have adverse I interesls of soil, been made; in the defence of the I commit., ;
I with humble but fearless confidence
nilcl in conformity with ,*r.s provi- coniiibuted splendid talents, spot- ,climate, and modes of domestic country, by fortifications and the, [
ions, ,has uafd! its ;)O\\' I'S ,md \ !loss integrity, ardent patriotism, ,life, are mote, ,permanent, and increase of the navy-towards the my own fate,' and the.. fil." I
: ?
ClTJCl into 1)CtiCaI Operation its an L-1cti ve energies. Suhordinatt fo'matioat.tl administration of It is this gives inestimable can traffic in slaves-in alluring; ;
departments have distributed me this Government ; and thut_ both value to whichl l'aCtU' of our Go aboriginal hunters of our Und Senate of the United States* I
:Executive l functions in their various have required liberal. indulgence vernmentat once federal and national. to the cultivation of the soil and Friday, March '4, -1825'' 'fAt ;

relations Foreign affairs, to I I for a portion of human infirmity : It holds out to us a perpetual of the mind-in exploring the interior a' Special.'meeting of the '
the Revenue and Expenditures! I and error. The Revolutionary ad.iionition to preserve alike regions of the Union, and.in Senate of the 'United States, called -

and,to the military iorce of the U- i Wars of Europe,commencing precisely and wiifi equal' 'anxiety, the preparing, by scientific researchesand by written notice fr.o'01'thc. ;
u'ton, by land and sea. A coordinate at thrmoment: when the Government rights of each individual Stale' in surveys, for the further appli- President of the United States,
department of the Judiciary of the United Stales its own Govetnmeniund the rights' cation of our national resourcesto held at the Senate Chamber of the '

has expounded the Constitution first went into operation under this of he whole. nation in that of the the internal improvement of our C Ditol- S S
collision of: ,Union. Whatsoever is of domestic country. At about half
and the Laws ; settling, in harmonious Constitution. excited a past ten o'clock
coincidence with the Legislative '- l' ttml'nts' ;:..and'of sympathies, concernment1. i, unconnected' with In this- briefouthne of the pro the Senate was called to order.
will, numerous weighty l S which kindled all the passions, the other members of the Union, mise &c; performance of my immediate Mr. Mills ot Massachusetts

questions of construction, which anti embittered the conflict of par or wish foreign jlands, belongs exclusively predecessor, the line of duty and said, that the Vice ,PresidentMr.

S- the imperfection of human language ties, till the' Nation was involvedin to the administration of for bib successor, is clearly deline ( Calhoun) being present, tie
had rendered unavoidable. War and'the Union was' ,shaken .the J'State. Governments. Whatsoever I ated. To pursue to their consummation proposed that.Mr. Jackson of Ten
The year of J 'bjlcc since the {hstfo.omtion :o its centre. Thistime. of trial directly involves, the rightsand I those purposes of improvement nessee, being the oldest Senatornow
of our Union has jusus- eirtlraccd a period t XliYe and I'twenty interests oqth .federative fraternity in our common- condition present, should administer to

lapsed ; that of the Declaration of years, during which, the policy or of Foreign ,Powers, is instituted recommended by : him the oath ofoffice.:
our Independence is at hand. The of the Union, m its relations with of the resort of this General Government. him, will embrace the whole This being assented ,to- "
consummation of both wa effectedby Europe: constituted! the principa! The duties of both are sphere of my obligations. TOthe, The oath of office.was accord

this Con, ilu on. Sine that !bam of our political dtvisions, and ,obvious in the_ general principle, topic of internal improvement,emphatically ingly ,administered to the Vice
period, a population of four millions the most arduous part of the; actionof though sometimes, perplexed with urged by ,him:at his inauguration President; by the General ; after
has multiplied to twelve.-A our Federal Government. difficulties in the detail. To respect I recur '.with peculiar which ceremony be took,the chairas

territory bounded by the Mississippi With the catastrophe in which the I'ibhu.lof the, Slate Go. satisfaction., It is that from whichI President; of the'.Senate. :A
has been extended from seato : the wars of the French n vlutionIt'rl1unat vernmtnts, is t]te inviolable dutyof : am convinced 'that' the unborn short. ,time Afterwards, ,he 'rote,
sea. New States have been admitted J d ;, and our own subsequent that of the Union ; the Govern. millions of,our posterity, who, are !and Addressed the,Senate as follows .
to the Union, in numbers peace with, Great Britain, ment of every State will feel its in" future:ages tu people this continent : -

nearly equal lliQ those of the first, this baneful :weed of party strife own obligation o respect and pro: will derive their most fervent Gentlemen of the Senate: '
confederation. Treaties of Peace( was uprooted. From that time,no serve the rights\oCtbe\ whole. The gratitude the: .founders of the I feel deeply the responsibi..lityof .

Amity and Commerce, have been difference of, principle, connected prejudices, every where too commonly Union ;, that in_which the ,beneficent the station, to which, asthe
distant action of its Government will presiding officer of this body, I
concluded with the principal dominions either witii the_ theory of Government entertained against
of the earth. The people or with our intercourse strangers, are worn away,.ahd the be most deeply,felt and ,acknow-, have been called by the voice of
ofoiher nations inhabitants of re- with foreign.: N'ations" has existed,I jealousies of jarring interests"areallayed ledged. The magnificence my fellow.cil zens., a

Rtons acquired,,not by conquest, or been called forth in force sufficient ,.by. theIconipOSitiOfl.aad' splendour of iheir. public: works: are To no,other branch of the Go. S
butby compact, have been united to sustain a continued com functions_ of the great ,National among,the_ imperishable glorias or vernment has the,constitution assIgned *
*th us in the participation of our bination parties, rjSnts and duties of burdens than wholesomeaiirnati0i0 public all quartersof tie Union, at this, and aqueducts,'of Rome have been ,portant than ,to ,the ,8enst .-*
nd bl sing8., ,The our'forest has: --sfntime,. Legislative'' de place.-Here.." the distinguished! the admii&ipu of aU after ages,I ,Without. :intending cxasiiae: ei*
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allen by.lheaxe of woodsmen bate. Our political creed is,,with men .from evy (Section of, our, and."have survived, thousands ther<;their .extent_or character,-.1 .
jr-'oe soil hasjjeen our made'to teemy out a' dissenting voice, thatcAn: be couniry while meeting,.to deliberate years, after'all her conquests have' :may: bepermitted* .to,waiarfctpatr '
of the., the great interests .of. bcewalowc4up Ht,despotism I' .!hU tbr..9t :, co
"Hi tillage of.our'fcrmcra.j our. :.heard,tbatthe ,mil peopleIs -upon ,". -t"* t ,... i ; .,, .. .. )

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x- taitht ody' on st I d't thkn ttt+. 'feelings{ 'o, f .cii.,8rega.ral e e rto.Coujntyofihe for. rell\dl" ,
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righttfpieemption "
it'i .-:.' ;.different' powers' -of the 'Gftvernfnent %-! gtiwaystremiiies 'to fir ite the'remotest :'exr West Florida unti14he4t st- _! reluh_ wui .Bilt

i -Legislative,,Executive and : of the' Territory: I have >> .has Letn.grantt"d 1825 Bu'' P 'ltd
of iand for day January
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one quarter p
Judiciary. j J regarded as an object indispensably of that s a 10 a
of Justice. .0 C
of the seats "
1 fie location "at
i In its Legislative character it for the improvement
\ necessary for an ex- fire rritory, being
theubltc lands Board again petitioned! a
the:! survey ,of ;
partakes with the House of Representatives and settlement of our countiy. I which had tntert buth to the ar
tlnsion siniilar tbat General
for under the t
provided Ba
in all of the The advantages;, resulting lave been
:. powers vermneifc. and the
been granted at the previous .ses- People l r
of |
: enterprising.d.r.itbrul
that the of the-measurc, superintendance an ) J tt
vested in Congress excepting from adoption
officer those : sion._ The proposition from \V ItFlorida provision 111 b of bills in its must be obvious the most. ordinary ; surveysat
,, originating ; for that
with Congress
I Sales of the was received disapprobation by purpose. I'
Executive, itt holds an important capacity. My, predecessors 4<>w progrfMing.: the by the Committee to both sections.of t Territory; J.
f v surveyed to a-
zeal {lards already :
of General Hernandez to whose -
control overthe .
powers appointing with
Bill fivers
which it was referred. A tort'vivc competent salaricj
of townships :
aid is much m unt twenty ;
i to office and forming trea ability the Territory
E, 1 have been ?
however appointed
be commenced Tallahassee : both commissions toreceivtt [
ii'te ted to at
ties ; and, in its Judiciary, it constitutes indebted, had proposed, the opening them for which a
I drawn and laid before the preserve ,
SuAugustine. : on the 3d Monday in was 1 they
road fromPcnsacola art
the court before which all : of a
I '' Committee. With much reluct- rendered iesponible by bond
of the first
ftfeyjnext. By an tM
officers of the Government may beheld I proposition
iosipn Congress, all actual set- ance, it was some time after, presented' security.Since.
accountable,for. an. honest, discharge ceeded in the House Represenjt
I I have had the
; but
to bono
i of duty ; while, from its tivel,but was lost in 'th e Senate,ttfcrson! the public lands; in Fieri Congress, "
} 22d of Feb. 1819 declaration, on the part of serveJo. an important! altcratj:
peculiar character as ,the Representative I from I he want of time for its consideration -rjb aon the day express "
'" Chairman that it would not be has been'made in our
.r of the States, it is em- or other rat'a-.. That 'frertj\ confirmed in their right to udlial'J"i itern.
4f'tt bhaticallx tH* .* i's- r;jjuaaion I have renewed with 'six hindred and forty acres of advocated by the Committee before A Third Judicial Dutritt

1".0..Ya sovereignty. success. Tweniy-eigh thousand land, to be located in such manner the House, unless, on the ar- has been organized, and the three

%' It must be apparent that, on a dollars, have been appopriated for as :o include their improvements rival of one cf the Commissioners, Judges are required to meet ant,.

*1 v; j wise and virtuous exercise of these this purpose, a sum inconsiderable ; and the Commissioners (Mr. Luckett,) satisfactory rea- ally at Lie Seat 0[. Government

K. V important powers the success of when compared with the importance for tl e settlement of private land sons should be given for the ex _and hold a Court of Appeals, \l:

,11 .". our free and happy system of government of the object to be effected clams, were required by the. same tension of the time required.Mr. .- which writs of error and 3 Pry.is

;: L in no small degree de but which it is believed is ful- act, |to receive the claims of those : Luck t. on his. arrival, was may be taken, from the decisloof u.

pends. We, accordinglyfind that ly .adequate to its accomplishment. who!became settlers bet wren the introduced before the Committee, the SJperior..Courts of the TCN

' the framers of our Constitution Twelve thousand dollars have been 22d !aFof Feb. 1819, and the 17th where he was free to give all explanations ritory. The right of Appeal, j
1. .have bestowed the greatest attention I appropriated for the purpose of day .f. July, 1821, and report the required, and where have ever considered a sacred privilege

- on the organization of this opening a Road from Coleraine on evidence of such claims to Congress many questions were put and answered and indispensably necessary .

i(, : body ; and with such happy successthatit the St. Mary's River, to the Bay : This report has been made, by him. But they appear for. the safe and satisfactory adiiiinistration'of .

,'.,, is as admirably adapted of'Ta.mpa on the coast, of Florida. : and t\e\ Government stands pledged not to have been satisfactory ; for << justice. For ho..
'.: I' .- to the discharge of etch of its various Three thousand dollars have been for the recognition of the when the Bill was taken up before ever pure and virtuous, hovevcr

A ;.. and dissimilar functions, as appropriated for the survey of a claim which itembraces. It was the House of Representatives, Mr. learned & intelligent >our Judges

,:.' : if any particular one only; instead load from the Bay of Tampa, to not havever, until a l late period of Rankin the Chairman of the Committee they are men, and as such,tbtJ

, of all, had been the sole object of Cape Sable, and from St., Augustine the scond session, when a bill moved to strike out that are liable to error and tnisccncep.lion. ..

_r#;.." t. :' its. -creation. So- fortunate indeed to Cape Florida. These surveys was introduced' for the confirmation part which related to West Flori- During the last session of

(,4 \ is ii5 structure, in every respect,, will be completed by the commencement of the claims reported, but da, and offered an amendment, Congress, an effort was made to

: { ) that even time, instead of impairing of the next session of owing'to the late hour at which i it which vests the former powers of procure the passage of a bill,

,fl: has had the opposite effect, o!f Congress, when it is believed ap originated, and the immensity of thai Board of Commissioners in i grautiug certain public Lots\0 the

i t, 4' remedying, what might at first b e propriations be made for the business before both houses, the the Receiver and Register of the cities of,Pensacola and Si. Au us.line. .

& considered, the only defect in the: completion of the roads. It has I fatcofthe hill remained undecided: .and Office of that Oiotrict. 1 In thai 1 was unsuccessful

1 body. At the formation of the not been deemed expedient to ask at adjournment of Congress opposed the amendment, but without because the bill provided a mere

I:,.. government, the members of the: the aid of the Government to repair Kc opposition however was manifested success. It was adopted by a extensive grant than had been usually

"r... Senate Wereprobably too few in I : the old roads of the Territory 'to its passage, and I am large major t). The Receiver andRegister made by the Government u

d4>*4 attract the full confidence of the, they are already sufficient to warranted. in stating to those who are now charged with the similar cases. It has been the

:J.. : pt'oplrnd thereby I give to it that I conduct emigration to the country art interested I that their claimswil final settlement of the private custom of the Government tt

; I, o'S Wright in the system which theff' ,:and the inhabitants on their be '', onfirmed to the same extent claims to Land inVest Florida ; grant a portion of the public iotsu

-J ... Constitution intended This defect borders are considered competent as '\ though their possessionswere and the Commissioners of East all the towns of the ceded Territory

' has, howetcr, been happily to their improvement. The people held by absolute grants. Florida are authorised to continue ,to their respective Corpora.

:,\: .. removed by an extraordinary of Du\'al county have not only Tlis is not only my own opinion, their session until he first Monday lions, to be applied specially to

growth. In the short space of e'incedhdr abilitv to do so, but butthe'opinion frequently expressed in January next. Two addi the same purposes for which they

." thiit}-six >vars, eleven new Staleshate they' have set an example of indus )y the Committee on the pub tional clerks have been provided had been used, under the Spanish

.,; been added to the Union, and try and enterprise: to .heir ft 110w- lic ,and. A bill was also introduced for that Board ; by whose assist. Government. Thus far I migkt

twice that number of Senators to ctiizens, which reflects on them the tb, grant the right of preemption ance it is hoped the business will have succeeded, but such a gratt

'... the body ; and before the termination highest credit. to all actual settlers and I { be finally closed within the lime would h".ve been of little importance

:, ,.' of the next four years, the original On the roast of our Territorythe cultivators of the public lands in limited. The Reports made by each to either Pe.sacola or St,

t1; 3 number of States and Senators bounty of the General Government Flu-ida, between the 17th of July, I Board of Commissioners reflect on Augustine, and I preferred tU

I- will be' more than doubled. has been bestowed with thr 1821, and the 1st of January, them much credit. They evince risk of defeat, in the hspe: of doing

. ;: : 1 eel, gentlemen, that 1 owe an greatest liberality. 8 8OOO have 1825. This bill would have met ( much labor and research, as well more, rather than the certainty of

): .- apology! for toucning on subjectsvraich been appropriated fur the construction will: strong opposition, but as it as a practical knowledge of the success, where so little could be
. -
ta.; ; rr.usTWe familiar to this enlightened cf iight houses and light was supported by the invariable subjects they have considered.- accomplished.

.4 c 1: body, and also for adding vessels, to be located in she following usage of the Government for more nut they were received too late to I have yet to mention, lel:ow-citizens

u net must be known to all, positions light house than 20 I ears, and as it was intended be presented. to Congress. Mr.tne the most painful duty whid

< .. that a successfu': discharge of ihe on Cape<< Florida,-a light vessel to extend but a cn -" .tJ I: : .t duties aligned i by the Cons, tut near Carvsfori reef, a light l'oa.,.: privilege, which had been granted from West Florida, did not arrive ; but, it was my doty,
t .; ;t lion to the Sen-it,. *i- _J .-.. iiiiiirv unit one onDry to the settlers of Louisiana
I:.,'\,110 j Z 1utnnan tug tne skill"r Vi ot its; or I u\ja another 1J at this place until the 26th day o f I and it has been discharged trill

, 1.:; f i ganisation, almost wholly on the .rortu as. Contracts for their pahs', of the country acquiredby January ; and Mr. Reynolds, who !fidelity. Having been informed

; i f:,'' : patriotism and wisdom of th erection have been made by thee the 1featy of-1803, 1 was flattered was charged ails he delivery of loa the Hon. Joseph L. Smiti

ti,,, to xnembeis.: These !high attributes proper departments, and it is be with the most sanguine hope !Report of the Commissionersof had charged fees of office for tie
lit'"ed.the. whole will be completed of its success, had there been lime i East Florida did
If: .) ,: .1 however feel assured, from not arrive un performance of those duties vhid
! ,,1' and experience will pisti by the 1st 01 June next. A propo- for an investigation of its merits. til the pith of February. The Re appertain to his judicial character
presrnt never
: be vf' tinting in the members of thisbod" sition'was' made at the last session But this rot having been the case, ports in each case were volumi and for which he receives a salary

t 4 of Congress, to establish lighthouses no expression was given by Congress nous. They were made to the Secretary from his Government, I cca-,
at the mouths of the ri t"rsStJohn's on subject, and the of he Treasury
+ In "fulfilling your important functions pc question directed sidered it an offence uLicb required
1 i t l something will depend ou and St. Mark'sbut there: remains I to be advocated by by the acts of Congress, and the interposition of Coe-

' the skill and impartiality of then was an objection appropriate my successor in office. were compelled to go through the I g ress. The subject was referred
funds for this purpose, until the The settlement: of tht of
private before
process copying,
the Committee
n presiding officer. In regard to theformer .I they to on toe Judlci*
light I houses already provided for land claims of the
j is could be
asubJt'ct in
I j I can promise nothing. ; coast ary composed cf some of iheoost
should have been completed. An I I have considered with of which
I am without experience, which thedeepest quence they are still before [ learned acd distinguished lavjers
appropriation of 100,000 dollars interest ; every delay in the Treasury De J l'tment. ; of America.
only can hive the requisite skill in i I The Laws of the
has been made for the establishment that settlement, must be attended At an early period of the firstsession .
I presiding and fee) that I must of- ;. Territory and of Congressrehti it
of a navy yard and depot on with loss and embarrassment .
ten throw myself indul tu Congress, a was in- to the 1erritur".Ttre. submitted
OQ your the coast of Florida, within the the claim; nts, and inconvenienceto traduced to authorize the
opening to this Committee
shall who after
genc however, endeavor ; s
Gulf of Mexico. From the superior the T r\tory. Previously to of a Canal to unite the of
: to compensate for the want of waters :horonj h and patient investigitioa -
e advantages possessed by ihe election, Commissioners habeen d the River St. John's
skill the my with those of cf the
subject tk
by most rigid impartial presented
Bay ofPt."nsacola. no doubt is entertained nted by the Governmentfor
the of St.
". ity. In this crnce.. 1 shall appo Bay Augustine. It passed following report-
regard hut the location will be the settlement of House -
those claims, the of Representatives.but .
only the Senate and its duties, and 'Rr/ art : Ceszsziiree cs t. rJtf ;
made at that point.: This harbor but as the powers delegated to was lost in the Sena'le. At
I shall strive with a feeling of the diciary, not only affords the best draft .of them limited
werr last session it
many cases was
pride (in the station I trust not whether either cf the
water, ,js the most accessible and have arisen in the
; ; reprehensible 1 ,) to preserve the progress'of their in that body, but was again re Judge* of the District Csartt c/
:* high character already attained by best protected against llio elements examinati, over which they jected. This I witnessed with the Florida have received Jtf far
but it is
.,, ': : the Seuate for dignity and wisdom. military susceptible of bet- could exercise no final jurhdicticAi. deepest regret, not only because I their service* act authorized 6y
ter than
and to elevate it. if possible, any other To provide an adequate remedy deemed the adoption of this measure lam.The .

still higher in the public esteem. position on the Gulf. An enquiry I in these cases, as well as highly important to ,the interests Committee on the Judiciary
The actress I the expediency of fortifying those which have been absolutely of St. Augustine but because
was attentively listened who .were insti acted to inquire
to, and respectfully receiv this harbor: was directed by rejected by the Commissioners, a I I considered it the commencementot ,whether either cf theJadgcsoftbeDistn'ct
ed. Congress at the first session, and propositio vas made to Congressto that chain of Inlt"nlallmpro"emeftt Courtsof
a plan far its defence is now allow th' '
preparing parties interested t oprosecute which flatter myself, at no Florida have received fees for

r; "WASHINGTON yh Engineer Department their claims in the Superior distant period, will extend on our their services not authorized bylaw
March 5, 182$. it will be
; completed in 'afew Courts of the Territor
Frzi.owCrnLaasThe 18th months and will be t.- coast from the Mississippi to the .dl.if aDT.what other mal
submitted The Committee -
to whom the Atlantic. A proposition to this
Congress proposition practices have been committed
;f to a nick I vas elected to she consideration ofCotlgrt'sS:11he
I was referred, refused to effect has been submitted the cf
to the said
by Judges cither
jour Delegate, having finally ad } next,: session. Sensible of the consider it until the or
; Committee Roads "
proceedings ,oa and Canals, them, REPORT
journed proceed to :
I Discharge to which the of Con
people the
should and
f ; the lAst remaining duty, I oNe as of Florida be accompanies their Report That it is alhgrd, in a letter
are from
exposed the laid before ( '
y agress. In the year on the subject of Intern!?Im from the District
your by giving you ) want o f' Post Offices aud Post 1833: the Beard of Commissionersfor Auorcry
; a fatuful account of my official Roads, every exertion has been proYc De lt. At the first session Florida, that the Jedge' of that
adjudication of claims in of the
i l .conduct. During the period I j made tofrelirve i! them from those West Florida : Congress, a Bill ..passed District has received fees for ctr-

'' } have had the honor to tembarrassments.; .\ Post Route is ISIS was organized. In both houses,_ prohibiting, underihe lain services rendered by him as
yon cay unceasing efforts havej I j now established' from the interior similar year a Board_ possessing penalty of seizure and condemnation Judge, on the zothqritj- is stat

t4' been directed to the dei doptmt'Ctor I1 1 of Georgia to Tallahassee, and the in East powers, was The constituted the transportation of property ed, of a law of: the Territory.
; the resources of the Territory,:, mail will be immediately tnns- each Board I was limited taken from wrecks Ontbl' The Judge bolds'his appointaeat
to of
'and to the advancement of its set I, ported on this route, as well as the year. At the first session of one the coast This Florida,to any foreign under tnc United States, and thlaws

;, t clement and irnprovea.ecL These 1 one from: Pensacola to St. Augtis- 18th Coex s,each Board port.have been act was reported to of the United_ States establishthe

p efforts have been kindly and generously 'I tine ; en I both which Post OBis an extension of th* time requested but signed by the President: ; salary hith he is to receive
,! : 'aided prescribed owing to a mistake! it was omined. for his
,I by the ntigbtmt'd'I I :ors will be established, at conveIBUBl by law-the Board of East It services ia that oEce.
r liberal policy of Cavernmeat. for however had the desired The Committee 'at rft1't
oar -i I distances, the acco modation Florida an extension for as ,
i one year; effect. The
The rights and interests f of the inhabitants of the the Board of\\'est Florida which in this cersocs engaged informed, are.sol able to perceive
I Florida have found advocates from :*country.1 bid in session pursuit, who, previously, how any law of,the Territory caB

every part of the .Union, no sty' I 1 I The location of the Seat of Go- tension hllo.SC"until' the first of an following ex* had carried the property taken authorize the Judge t& receive soy
I tioniloprjo&itioa to its growth and ijveramentj j: by the Territorial anj ; -at which time the Commissioners diction: within. our juris compensation is Shape of fcesfor

r l improvement, has on any occaj j:the-i ties has received the appro-' expressed a belief that to foreign_ ports, were,owing hU ofik ill services, ia the place .

sion'beca manifested. The wuts&ad j jb&ilanof 1 ;he General Government. they would be,able finally to close this to law the supposed operation of which he holds under the authority

necessities of the Territory i. To facilitate this object so impor- tile business of the commission.- induced to,carry it to the of the United: States., Tte distance

have beta attentively and patient- tint to oar interest, an absolute Bat ia order:to gnard against the .portoF month Key ,\ tState the 'of the parties however, frog

I )y conuderxd by the' legislative grant of oae quarter section of lane possibility; & failare to do of August last, thc revenue" the Seat of Goyeraiatat/rcnders it

't department of the Government; .has been made I to the Territory, they suggested. propriety of so, ,produced to the General Govern wholly' impracticable_ to raake.acyiavestigatm

k maw of those wants have beta re ,and jt reservation'has bent made extension of the time until thr first an .ment., by _this source. bas exceeded into the particular

Kered, an* where they still exist"j.of seven other COB,iC'loas use ter of September. Impressed pits ,BSS virtue, ,XX) ; and to ihe Territory* hy circumstances the case, dtanab.

% I I I clone local laws. ,'a tem\\e the prescct session cICts
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,therefore pray appropriation of cnV hundred ,and I - "V Lthe Council Florida.
I The eighty'dollar;,has ,been {iufi T'fcyj.:COn- i' C.J;. I ".U,"" CJ11. O'ttS. .' -. ,V : 4ifsT -******* : : il/f } : il
I fiat they may br discharged from for three buoys,"to'be"anchored at _4 ._. ': ''it ...... .- "IT"if"' n.t:) "*trn.of: Mary.tandtobe *_ iI1l1i ; {ifi .
any further consideration{ of the prope places, at.the entrance]of our bar : _. .;\;. :F. 'IeiZd aJ. WMkflI"8 :.JI ; ,Commissioner. ?:.fur:..as. _. .
0 !c, ''curtaining ;cUims and .titles 'fo '"'1' .r
rtso1uH n" : bor. f'i in J ? '-,---' '' L"
! With* regard t9 the propriety of last paper a ,communication from land in Florida; FJRE;: COMPANY: NO. 2.

.the course I have pursued' on, this The)length of the two' principal articles' "W. *, Cit tn.AQ/ Jackson< County," William Reynolds, of St.' Augustine 5 7tU. are hereby required t... attend

occasion :I submit it to, the .judgment must be onr excuse for the want of variety relative to' a Inter said no have to Keeper: ot :the PublicArchiyjrsin e-S Meeting at the Court House this

of fellow-citizens. But, I Ii in this! daY paprr.Ve' endeavor to .'. East, Florida.Joseph -evening,at 4 o'clock PI'I''M. pl'f'cisel'V. )-,
! my kvo1d.thi, is as much as possible, arid our been written.by our Delegate General Hasell Hunt
i jitd I have shrunk from responsibility readeri must be aware that it. is' some- Call;,; in which Col. 'White E., Oaro, .Pensacola, ,
I had I have closed times to be Keeper of the Public Archives Secretary.TT .
my eyes unavoidable. Would the force em- and his friends are denounced as _

:I against the infraction of laws,, .the I ployed'in our office,r rinit, we should only base and ..unprincipled." It 'is in' West, Florida. \ST,of Letters remaining the
and the ; have;, published Inaugural!, Addressin From the Baltimore Federal Gazette.
of confidence
abuse to.he regreted ,that the writer had JLj P Office a: Pensacola on the
an extra ; as it is, we were compelled Blockade Trinidad
of de Cuba.paptain .
1 shouldIn
violation! ofprivate rights, the letter 'entire which whichifnot
also to insert it in our not given 3Ui March 1825 t.ken
own estimation have been paper. to have _Hall o!, the ship Armata, three
my is represented been addressed out within months, will be

unworthy of your confidence. :My We have been favored with the following to; John 1eEsq.' as we from Trinidad' de Cuba, states, forwarded. the General Post Office

public trust, fellow-citizens, is now letter of invitation to Cnl. Clinch and could than have Judged for our. that the port of Trinidad was as-dead letters. '

discharged. 1 have rendered to the other officers stationed in this vicinity blockaded by.a Colombian squadron .
selves. Entertaicinglhe I A.- 'Lieut. E. H. Alexander
respect I : ,
to join the citizens of Mobile in he sailed and
faithful and unadorned narrative : paying no lighters
a do for Ca\
You honors, to Gen. Lafayette,. togetherwith Gefrieral I'can scarcely Thomas..ArnotrrSamuel .
of all which has been done were allowed to pass fiom the
the reply of the Col. We understand believe that be eveyrote such a ,B.- Barker, Lemuel

for the Territory during the period that an invitation was also given by letter as the, one airbed.'to. him. poft to the river, which will render -I Bruct', John Bryan, James'O. Bax-

I have had the honor to represent Capt. Dettussy, to .Col. and Mrs. Clinch, A sense of delicacy would have it impossible for he' vessels' to t tcri-RR-i Brat!Shaw,James Bngnt,

,"ou. And though I may and to the officers stationed in the vicinity ror!>id--bis\\speaking'of Col. White, obtain their cargoes"while! the Patrick N. BnnS'-n, William J.
of Pensacola, to participate in the Festival squadron remains.Their inten-
)ave labored in vain to promote who then considered as his Barretl Thomas Broxson
1 I given at Mobile Point, in honor of was tions not known. Wiley
! your prosperity and welfare, Ire- that Illustrious individual. competitor: in such rude and acrimonious were From the JJotton Centtnel. I' Blount, Geo. M. Brooke,2, Fi YV*

tire from your service with the MOBILE, 19th March, 1825. 'terms ; and whatever ParFeb.. -Private_ letters Brady, Col. R. Butler, Lieut. JJfc.BJaney .

pleasing conviction, that no want. Sin-By a recent comnlu&ica': might have been his opinion of the from Madrid,. say, that the King H. M. .Brackenridge 2,

of :zeal and fidelity to your interest tiou Gov. Pkkt.ns has announced Col. it would have been certainly has announced his determinationto ; Francis Bouquitr 3, J. Bira, S. ., .

V can ever be attributed Ip that General Lafayette will uncharitable! if not the extreme of hold no diplomatic relations Browning. z

Your Fellow-Citizen, illiberality have extended that I Isaac Clark 4 John '
to C.-Capt.
arrive in this place on the 4th of with any Power who shall make ,
R. K. CALL, friends. i Carnochan James '
hostility to his Caliban E-
April next, where honors becoming Treaties of Alliance with the Insurgent I
General Call has written sucha I phraim Chamblits, James Col-!
Colonies and will
the dignity of the State are even '
&(OJlli&a! :Mr. the described ville Lieut. R. D. C. Collins
IP proposed to be manifested towards to Pope as one treat them as enemies. Let Eng 3, ,

'- him. It is the anxious wish of II am satisfied that he land (and the United States likewise Mr. Cotten, Joseph R. Corlis,

SATURDAY, Ai'UIL 9, 1825. the Committee of arrangements must have'pcnnrd it in a momentof ,) therefore look to it. [iCAs: Micajah Crupper, J. Campbell, ','

7 His with much excitementproduced probablyby Bob T. C. Clarke, J. Chumney, J. Cot 1
City Jljfuirt.- pleasurethat for the General's reception, that Logick would say, What a ,
notice the harmony and unanimi- misrepresentation, or he is in ston. iD. I
we you attend on the occasion, and long tail our cat has got\ \
ich in the public meeting possession (facts in relation to -. .
tv." prevailed resolved that the Committee of -- .-Wjjtjam Drummond, Hen
r our cit'1.ens 'Saturday evening last, Col. White an3 his friends ,vitb
hichw the most numerous that we Correspondence invite you accord- We hive been requested to re- ry D. fiftvison, Capt. William ;

*have witnessed on any occasion ; and also ingly ; together with all the officersof which the public are unacquainted. publish a communication from the Dar ock,oN ancy De Camp, David t. '

tHe earnestness> which was evinced that! the army under your command, As General Call is an honorable East Florida Herald of March 8th, Daniel, Dr. S. C.. J. De Camp, t

ve nfoonh1 cordially unite in adopting in the vicinity of Pen acola. Not, man, and appears very tenacious in favor of Gen. Hernandez, it shall Alexander Douglass Dowst y 3. it, -t!

I the brit plan for efficiently carrying into them byname of his owt reputation, it is appear in our next.Delegate E.-Jacob, Elvinaton, David "
knowing ,!
in ehi\ .
effect the object of the ( We he has assailed
hoped, that not -- Evans T. Edwards W. E wanI8. '
doubt not tlut every indh'idllitl'fll1 the we are obliged 10 give the : : ,: ,
that of Col While and his friends ..
coronuiniU will be materially benefited invitation'throu to Congress. F Samuel Frv.. Benjamin Fos- .If:!:

by;' tie result of that nu,>etng. JSzekiel. _\you.V ebb... without substantial reasons. Col. Election Second Monday in May. ter 2, Dr. Clement" r Finlay,U Robert 1:. !n i ,

Two F.rc: Companies have been formed Com. Wnite is now a candidate before CANDIDATES. Forbes, T. Fain 2, Benjamin Fen ;I

by: life citizens during this week, und iftIcv Chairman of the Corr'g the people) for the first office in nille J. Truman. ,
White .
E. Joseph M. 41
are kept up with the spirit with Montgomery.One their gift, and General Call has G.-Jason Juab Gaines .
vtuch they 11:1b organized, they of the Committee. James Gadsden, Gregory, .,
selected them the tribunal before
will undouutcdly\ ronduce tu the safety ofall Duncan L. Clinch. as William &; M. Gagney, Charles .L
by airt-sti: the progress of future which he has accused the Col. Jos. M. Hernandez. Gallaher. q' OC.t
than Colt;4t/i Keg11. U. S. Inf.t and his friends of base and
fires with much greattr'acilitj can being : K
Washington L. Hannum
posv.bly be clone !undirected alai inexperienced CANTONMENT CLINCH, unprincipled." As Col. While ,
\\r\vould )uua1oit Im'B William Hower, Joshua Hurley, 11 l
ciotuR earnestly: 3d April I, 1825. and, his friends have been arraigned -
exhort: the members of the companies nut William Hollingsworth, Libbius !; : '
Gentemcn| -I had the honor'fstcJ'lay of
before the bar
to allow their energy to )iass away thpople, Hunter Romulus Haskins I .
present of ot: E usB. o\a. Joseph : .J 1 i
morning, of the
as the mere temporal cbulft.ons! ofa upon a gcn4ralcharge most .
Hall, JohnV.. Hall, Selma _P. r.,
disposition i fur nave Ity', but to pursue the very polite note of the 19th serious consideration, Gen. Call CLEARED. Hall. 4 Ft

course they have begun, with a spirit, determined uil. announcing that on the 4th owes it to them, to the public and ';;
that! it nhall' l not die away In a Inst. General April 6.-Sloop Haxall, Potter, J.Charles S.V. Jones, Demsy m
Lnfayeite was
expected himself furnish the
to 'jo specifications .
few months (us has. already been prophesied. in' the city of Mobile, when and ihe evidence. New-York. Cargo 97 bales cotton Jones, John Jackson, Andrew ; ""I
It :s out by permanent and l energetic I
) and boxes merchandize Stone
4 by Johnston R. Johnson John r
I S.
prel'lr t.'lts for war in times of: honors becoming the dignity of I Secret insinuations, prejudicialto :: j'r
Sc Nisb bales N. H. .
I t,51 by
peace, that the safety of a nation. C:1Ibe I. the State, are proposed to be manifested i Col.Vhite, have for some time ston. ": ].'
secured; and la like rnannc It IS only by I towards him.-It is with been circulated, and dreadful denunciations Allen and_3000 staves by the Mus K.-Michael Kennedy alias f

the parations most permanent for public calamities and! energetic times pif-of sincere regret that I have to communicate I;made against him and ter. ARRIVED. O'Donelly, John Kelly. )

tranquillity, that they can be averted or to you, in behalf of myself his friends.The\) people have 2.-U. L.-Craven P. Luckett, George ,
April Transport
p..j1.ttt'J. And though we should! be and the officers stationed in I now a right to know the truth, the Little, Daniel Love, A. Love. Benjamin .

Jjjghly gratified, if our fire companies the vicinity of Pensacola, that we whole truth [and nothing but the Surprize, Wilson, Mobile' Point. Lanier. 4'
sliould never be called into actual seivicc, 8th.-Brig St. Clair, Dalton, 16
are prevented by circumstances truth upon this; subject, and 1 believe M.-Naihaniel Mixler, John
ve hope that they v.'ill be as! well organized days from New-York to Stone &
knd disciplined if they were sure beyond our control, from accepting I. from the, character of Gen. Nisbet & and N. H. Allen. Me Arthur, Peter Mitchel, Robert

I 'of being called out every week, that we"1 your polite invitation to participate Call, that he will furnish it with SAILED.April Mc Dowell, Lieut Governeur
\ .
may rot be surprized sleeping on our with the patriotic citizens promptitude. Having appealed Morris 5, Lieut. George A. Me : ;
4.-U. S. S-ur-
posts in case of danger.Vercjcrct of,Alabama, in paying respect to -the the he Transport,
i to peopl upon subject, Call, Andrew Mitchell, J. Me .
\ that the citizens generally the\viriuous and illustrious Lafayette. prize, Wilson, Mobile Point. .
cannot hesitate to furnish the Call John Robert
do not appear to feel the importance of a ARRIVED FROM THIS PORT. McCullough, .
'vo/zntary1'atro1e ; we consider it as the! ., proof upon which his accusations At New-York 11th ult. drig 1 iMcKinnon, Peter McCaskill. D.

most:secure and satisfactory Watch which Be pleased Gentlemen, to accept are founded.] The people have aright St. Clair McArthur, B. Moody, H. McKin- '
could possibly be organized by the plan forx'yourselves, and tender to Dalton 24 days.-14th
; to demand it and will expect zie, Levi F. Miller, A. McDaniel,
CLflIflefled is called who is ult. Scbr. Hazard Haskins 41
no person on the Committee of arrangements, i .
Joel A. Me David.
perform an unpleasant duty days.
our most cordial esteem and re .4'
for H few hours, fur the public: sa.tetyand The People. UP FOR Tins PORT. N William Norwood, M.
the of his his family spect. ,
security .
property Nicholson.O. .
; therefore each feeling the importance 1 haye the honor to be, ... At New-York_ Brig St.' Clair,

ot the duty he is performing, docs it With high respect & esteem On the floor of Congress an Dalton, to sail on the 25th ultimo. .-Officer commanding at

fa s1UIh. With how much greater sa- Your most Ob't Servant.' //on. Member rises, pulls from his -'s.:- ----- -- I Cantonment Brooke 8.

tictiuu can u citizen repose on his pillow 1). L. Clinch. pocket a private letter relating to P.-James Porter, William -

at right, and how much more can he Doctor .T'Ii. '\T ebb. the condtflbt of a man a thousand 300 RE\V ARD.I Peers, Lieut. John Page, Lieut.
cnjo\% (- hours 1'1'n's knowing that the miles distant assuming this _
; as a
L'y: is t a.tli tin!) patrolt, so tnat )he will Chairman oftlic Corr'g Committee. I Thomas Payne Jr. Charles Pindar
neci\fc tuiitriy notice .n case of( danger.Aiui .- Major E. Montgomery.One text. he makes a speech to th** Representatives By the Mayor of the City of Pen- 5, Com. David Porter, Josepn '
how coiujjirjttCitriHifig! is the loss of tile'Committee. of the nation, and 'I -aa cola, Parkinson, William Powe.

ci' J ur.. i.ours sleep, ill one night out cf violently condemns one Public Officer I A PROCLAMATION.

UvinU, '.\hi-LI \\C can bieep in conscious on the piivate exparle declaration Q.-Miguel Quiggles 2.
: ''ITHEHE.\S two fires have lately occurred -
security the remanuicr of the time. We of another. The party impLicated "' y u circumstances which I R -John A. Russell, Mastress
luUtlit the citizen cne..UInIl At very numerous meeting of the ,citizens
be b..CKtt.uu in plutnsg <'irli&lIIcs lotiie not of Pensacola, con\cIICc.l by public cannbt defend himselfhe lead to some suspicions, that the same Russ, Thomas Russ, Benaldo

listui\oluutui\ Proicl' ,tint uany hands noticeat_ like Court House, on Sa'unla\N is not present. He has no remedy were accidental, and as it is of the utmost Ramois 2, Daniel Le Roy & Co.

inaj' n..ll %li 1J.'lIt work<< ; tor if the peifonn- i 2d April, 18-2J, fur the purpose of taking the Hon. i\fembrris privileged; importance, if evil disposed 'per 8, Stephen Rayenders Edward A.

ance ot the dut> de>oiveson a few inchMduals into consideration the recent fires, and he is on the floor Congress. sons should are be lurkingabout to the City,ThereforeA that they Robinson 2, S. Roots, ,John B.
lion t.\tr willing, it will becon.cinsupporuble the means guarding against and arresting ; .
We have before heard of Roberts.
and must necessarily J die their }progress>> in future-John Jcm-I persons REWARD OF
au) into general lethargy ; 'for though son, fclsq. was called to the chair, and Hobcit I procuring private letters, implicating S.-Simpson Sc Smith, William

the duty it'oi'ld be trifling\ were all" unu Mitchell appointed Secretary I those they called their friends, 200 Dollarsis B. Stiger, Alexander Scott Jr. 5,

are interested tu take a part, it is too,burdensome The follouriz.g resulutiuns proposed -' and for'six months hawking them James \\'. Shine 2. Alexander
for smi.ll and utter being severally' discussed, I I .
a proportion to guardthe about
privately down
to pull a Smith William Still Cromwell
interests and sifctv'ot'_ the whole. were tIIIiIIIflUUsl} adopted. hereby offered for the apprehension and ,
Itewlved, Tuat two Fire' Companies character that' was obnoxious to conviction of any person or persons, if Sprague 2, Capt. R. M. Sands 2,

A friend has favored with ()U&IH to tJ:,formed in this city, who shall them.We such there be, who may have been, either, Timothy Smith, Jeremiah Saville,
politely us have potter to choose their own officers, have seep amiable ladies sit directly or indirectly, concerned in wilfully -
the of letter from Gen. Call dated Jacob Smith Archibald _Smith
perusal a" !
and make the bye-liws, for their occasioning the l late destruction ot
at Washington City,8Ui March, ti OIU necessary after tea, and lament over the follies D. Shaw, J. G. Searcy, William
own governrhent.Jtes I buildings by fire, or of any person or per .
vhich ue make the following extracts.
established tThc Naval 1)epotwil at 1'cnsacola.be immediate All the Aldermen be, and they are hereby, requested ',ill they rendered\them- very o'- convicted of an attempt, or of being privy T.-.-Joseph Thompson, George f
to commit one of the engines to dious. to any attempt, to set fire to any building '
stores &nd"eliscls will be removed from E. David Thothy.V.Emile .
1 each of said Companies j when so formed. In all these cases we"may be led or other property feloniously, within Tingle 2, ;
Island and New-Orleaiis. .
hompbon's the limits of the Pensacoia. Vincent of
Jlewlvfd That City
Iwo committees ot three Brig
""U'1e ct'tbe U. S. vessels will leave to pity the persons implicated; but>> "
under hand
Given and
each, be appointed to receive the names my the Volcano. N
this in a few da)! for Pensacola ; you we cannot help admiring the puh-
,. of citizen* tor form said companies, and .>>MMM+< seal of this Mayoralty,at the '
itl have all squadron of the Gulf lic and W.-Roger Waters, Isaac Wells,
when a sufficient number signatures spirit \impartial judgment t SEAL. iCity of IJensaco: this "
*;ith We}ou learn in a short tiui ;.. shall have been received (not,less than_ which inspires these reformers of '********** 5th day of Aprili; 1825. David L. White, Thomas_ J.
also hourUtn. Call' letter
twent '.(hc to notice for I Thomas K. White, Ellen
that! most of the claims lan er the 9th ar- ) give a meetingto Society. John Jerrison. : Wyche,

ticit ot the Treaty with Spain,for damag organize the.companies; which, when Twig. \ By the Mayor, K. White.3, Robert W. Williams,
snail to the and
report 1.U.or
sustained by the operation*uf the AOiencan Board oT Aldermen.Hetvlvcdi -., \ N. S. Parmantier, c .pt. Philip Wager 3, Henry
in Flouda in 1818 have 0I Geo. W Ward Bnuctoa
Army that laid Committees \ &etmJ, Wyche, ,
betlJ aUo cd. Those of 1814 tie con I From the jti&tnal Journal Woo-
we B. Winn, E. Wester, Colin
sist, the one of Messrs Antoine Collins,
ZULU> rejected." 'Appointments by the Present, by and vith '
Whitten M. Warren 2
bonzale 2
Cclertino and Henry de Grand ten 2B. ,
the advice and content DJPI.e Senate. VGEORGE C., TOD
i'res the otl.er ot Mcl SU. W. H. Hunt, J. N. Wilson,: David Williams,
We are much pleased to observe that a lieo. W. Burklcy and John Jernson Jr. : William p. DuFaf,: of Florida, TIETURNS' his sincere' thanks ,to his D. W1111i2.Y.Lieut. I

communication from the General Post Ol Rttolvtd, That the Board Aldermen to be, Governory of the Territoryof .I felloWitizens in general,for theirunremitted

lice, together. with blanks lora new Post be requested :to procure a sufficient number Florida, from the; 17th day ofApril exertions to save his property .Jeremiah. Yancey 5,

Ofhce 111 .v.UahaUC'e.ddrt"' to our'Thr ot Fire Upoks, Axes and Ladders,fur next, when 'present corn.mission from late'flestructive fire on the morning H. Young. .
leiiow-citizeii, Ambrose CranehaTCkinved the 30th lt. and supposing it to
the use otIheity.Jksolwd : "- of > Robert Mitchel .
1wt. at the Uifice in thiS ci- That: a committee of three be expirei.- '_ have been the ac\of Incendiary, offers '
tv. .t Georgelzard of Philadelphia, FIFTY DOLLARSXBEWABD for ,infor- i Post, Master
\ appointed to receive the signatures of
V*ngratulate the public both on the those citoeosVbo are wilting to perform to be Governor'6T the Territory; mation,which may lead to conviction. "Penaacob. March 31st, 1825 3L
tMabliLIvIt' of the thIICe. and its I of 'James Pensacola, April 1st, 1825. "
luiving Fatrole, that said hst when procured be of Arkansas, in place, .
t ttn CIln let.1to tiie'clikr,;t ol&11'.Crane, put into cite hands ot the Mayor, and that: Miller, appointed .Collector at Sale Mail Arrangement .
ul'n l uo one could.be better cuicu. and direct .
; he be requeued to superintend ,Massachusetts. uAsjwNztEEI UEonThundayatIOA.M.
\td ui, .
lu give enez4.aztLzaiiicUun. said I'atrole. W. UlIJ'Closes on Friday at 1 P. VLr .
'. Jteiolved, That 1Ie8S''I. T. Twitchell, Joseph M. Hernandez, EdwardR. : grateful for,the indtntiy andIenco1s Robert.Mitchell. ;

cThe Cliibome Gazelle informs us,that: Henry de Grand Pre and W. !I. Hunt, Gibson, AbramlBfllamy! ,John activity of the Citizens of PogM.dT. .

Uh M< l''inn ot' 'll *t. place, while compose said committee. L. Doggett, Joseph: B..Lancaster, g nerally, in.trreiting the. progress of the Pcmacob, Much Slit, 1825-5.-;3t.
$t1)dlng m the street in conversation with W hereupon the meeting adjourned. John de la RaJph, .Noriega, late fire in his. neighborhood, 'takes thisrnetbd . .- .. 1

1 tbet1oi1 the )u inst.wu: hut ttirough John' Jerrispii Richard .J, C< raptcm, John M. making his thanks pubhand ., .
bekd the rewmrd PRINTING
to ,
and expj will add.FIFTY DOLL ABS I! :
ot the Goner's itnmediat1y.'erthct wilful- ; 'Chairman. Tone, Jacob 'Robinson. James offered auv'Jr L.. :.for the.disc v"'"#'and.conviction Executed with '._*tam ''a.dd '

\rder by.Tbomat'leaden/Inquest/We Hobt.,MiijMl, Bright, James', Dill, and Alexander of the Incendiary. \ ,' : office. .

t\ator 1i cOlUaUtted ior tnaI. per- .' 6 t crca- g. Douglass, to be Members of .' l'enaeoJa-April 1st, 1825. \ patch ftt\thn. '

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'n\e 8'btr Territory of Florida, ) .. fhi tAt ffftiaeitf : .. ,-. .JI 1 \ ,' 'I
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**{ ri1g n I"9 tR .' the 6rstvo
::111- HAS just received from :New Orleans County of E*cambia,J>; Jl ) r 'Freud i of, the Uriir 'Stai&s, "du: .S ( 9 this.Paper,. a tt dhwri{ s,rccccdi juqf.

tl", terSchooiwr; Angelina, > ] .October Term 1834.ON'motion hereby,dec are aad make;known,,:Jbrt .,1 "UI 3 'tceivcd A r iCho9ner.cfta 11 taimy u fhujT fer ,'with ,

, ,. \ bbL CincinnatiVhisker, ; of Adam;Gordon 'Esquire, public" *mbelieW ithe Land'OAIcC.thirdMond Jy Ul'rrom New.YOi'k,an'acWttion to than ,has ever before in tMCe,(lercoinRUfnee.nentrof n t tt"e

. ; iiiU 2Odo,1stquality Orleans Sugar,. omt"Yfor'tb 'TerritoVyrof at TAt.UJU sh'i>IttFlotiola*ort_ the the former supply of books,among which slash HH t-tabl shis

"x 14 d. molasses "Florida ORDERED That a Rule be entered :Tof;>lavncxt. for, tJle. ,posal'ordie are the.following : the 'I'N'J'aI tCJXd finds it absnLnteh bt' .

15 do Louisville steam mill flour, against the defaulting Grand and foUowi. tsitds ',z =. of; St.:Horn's \'ell,"/fl''tforo/r; irrfy,. cessary Jo. no_ ; ,his, friends and Pijh.-n c" .

25 S boxes do. best mould prime pork, fetit Jttrorti to appear at the next term of I Township :ifscuthvr Range 1."elt I d_iia ff field'1 ,Medical Practice, citizens.for- ueh additional support l i aatisljjrouinjr

+ 9 bbls candles this Court,and shew cause if any they I the Meridian line.land5norUofRangel.- yan klin's.Jouriiey' to'the'Polar. Seas t prospects of the Tcrr. torv u.
buckwheat meal do r -'
quarter I do 'J1
have,why they should not 'be fined for : I IIi ui naba' Aflvcntures, r warrant bun to expect. /
:: S salmon "
.1 kegs theirsaid default the Grand Jurors in Fractional do do do do Naval Prose'by a Poet,
> r Wafdp's lleros.. The first owners aft Press fott
'j : 5 d:. tobacco, sciith 1 2 3 4 & 5, east. *'l jexpedient j\
t : t 1 6 bqxes Fimn's cider the sum of/'i/icrn Dollars each, and' thc'P Township 1, Songster's'Jduscwm, Salem Witchcraft, to abawlott 'tbc 'rfndbefwnr.the ttikin'.

ti,Jitnn in the sum of Ten Dollars 1;and 2, north ,2,3,45. Coleman AnecdESin ,' had, tit!
J', 100 do Cologne water, 3 1 2 3 4 &'5. % completes pub
Fractional township ,
each. And it is further Ordered That i' .
Anecdotes '
iJ For sale at his store corner of Palsf ox and ; the above in The sale bill oammence with .the loWest 1'\, .'Sporting Lion of .Y Q!Mn***:?ldI \ lcaldio h i'
be 2 vols.Charlotte's .
copy ChesterfieUU
, d : inter xlencu street. number'of r&eCtiOOl township, and Gregory's successors, it,nngereilwiVtkeyafeqgavcrUiipa n..",.tlie' 11
, .w I the Pe lsacola Gazette, six weeks succcash'dl.J Letters to Wirtcr, '* a pislfitless tIt

: t F. Pasquier. A true Copy from the Record range, and proceed regular numerical for lumornort'sne\v collection of Anecdotes" wit not'therefore 6e con honed a oirlishinjy
1 .1 Jan. 2d 1825. tf Attest order. The lards reserved by law 1"0siick
-44- Le Sage's Devil on bat hatingcommenced
f. will oar i.
, tIle schoos, or oilier-purposes,
f f John Miller, ,Clk. be excludedJroli use the sale. I La Peyrouse's Voj age,Living Plays.,w>&, bars ,"itlJa'ery.sual number, of subscrf-

KOT1CE.Thomas 'by W.,Hasell Hunt, D. c. Given under my band.at the ; New Robinson Crusoe, bers ami'ailr extrenvcly _limitedadvertising siar "\Jf
I f ; PhilUp's Speeches,'I ytlcr'sElements; custom o ir cstabliili5eTlshouhl
the ,
: Comn.'IIs Superior So,. 26th, 1824 38-tf. Washington,the 26thJjy ; :
I jl sun'it ing tX'r oft1lC es- j of JU1ULr1825. Tales of My Landlord, 3d Seritr- ,, need the most clHcicnt and wmapatronage f

tl late df Ihotnas Com-11n I for the : NOTICEFTS U. James Monroe. Scott's L:1lfof' the Lake, of ill those who feel ami act,. I

, ni} ns deceased Walker'sThrce Spaniards, 2 volt. uowlrdge 1 the importance, to the ccuntn

. t s. Western DisPrancisco I hereby'pven, That at the next term Dy the President, KutlePs Farmer's Maiitral; of such an undertakingTlieEtVrtor .a' I!
j j JJl uf f'h. MOK. ttir county Court, 1 will
!. MaTim;.- J GEO. GRAHAM ,Barbauld's Lessons w/A colored plates, of tlie '
\ the accounts and ,vouchers and ,aware discoriUriv
, uc &U->ittit"nt. trict of Florida.AU Commissioner oftht'Gen.. Land Office. 1)e pina's Kv'nings Entertainments,
make final of which
a'; settlement of the estate of materials 'new communitie*
}:( hui'of attachment, has been this EwinifV taco;I':1phy, Gregor- si .Legacy,
: Jacob Odcll, late of Pensacola, deceased. usually composcil, and! as ,there w be tune
nI a, obtained in the above case, re- SUPERIOR COURT' ekes & HatourH EssaysHodgdon's this of the Tcrriton
m '
turnable to the Term James ( arr Book press part .
May 1825: of said t Letters, Linnet Song has endeavoFcd tt roaictaiu the! strictws

i- i 'Court. I Feb. 25-51-tf. Jdmituttrator.STA110MAKY. Of the If extern District 0*Florida. Life of Franklin, Washington's: Lifc, impartiality in relation thing: :.
every ca!
2d 3d 2"t'w. -
Thomas Comnnns \\; t.o's Philip ami ,
c+slatcd to af'iAlcenI&e asperities cf
John Innerarity & \ liawes Life cf Newton Putn' mYs Life, jnrtj.
Surviving Ex'r &c. To expect to pfcssc all.u'cold be as
Innerarity | pr e.
r March 7th 182516tPAPER npUST received and for sale at the Pen James Bonaparte's Lfc, postcrous :.s to eiu'Icavor to fash the wa

\Ui sacola Book Store; a small assortment surviving partners tley's Coopers Lectures, control vfnto
} of the firm cfJohn subjection or to thedirvctioi
: of Ferrer's* Med-eal histories, '
of the winds. Our columns have bftnfree
I .' WAREHOUSE.xo. Quills, superior quality, Forbes & Co.Mitcbel,as- YA1 T RMIS 1825.sncesot Mir ray's Materia Medico, .. and open to 'useful discussion of c.

I -
4 Phillips oil Indigestion, ver\ kind math has been ,indicutedandfuleltood
NE.II'-ORLE..4NS. Letter Paper t Nephew & Co. & ;
Ba1llldocq1lt.'tJ Midwifery,
f, J). C.JJOTCIIKJSSJ151AYIXG Wafers r*. J Toller's 1.of lixectitors, l refined, and where we nrs ipmay"1iae
110 I been in error, it Ids uKajfc
. Millin de la Car-
opened as above, will have Blackstone's Coniinentaries 4 veb
Wax and brcn our desire to bercorrected Iy oUicrs.
,. wT constantly on hand, direct from the Sealing rc Bishop! Horne on the P. dms, 4Yal"
Uhil we with the utmost cheerfulness
r anutucturrrsin Penns lvaniaNew-York, Office 'J'8 pee ra.NOYf:1CE .hal':'lcnJ'Family, &c. itc. &c.
publish: tie pruductioiu of those \r.'uadiiier
" l\lIU.\client and Massachusetts, an ex- WUMI,
W. Hasell Hunt. alit between from we do not ,
HEREBY G1VIN, That us in opinion ;coa*
tcnsve asAOrtwent of Paper of l'\-ery' description together with the stock heretofore on
4th Feb. 1825. the said P1tCS is tats..by instituted si icr ourself deprived by our Editorii
; cunprisingthefollowing hand est- and
: "es a iist t -
comp. very gencml
and a writ of attachment i.uied against station, of the s:\irie C ::Il&on privilege tc
l trlal, Metmim and Demy Printing, assortment of books aud wall br
: line and Exchange on NewYork.IT'OK the property o:the fondant.. ( espress.ng' our aentuiaents, on U3Jccts tt
roHi-sr ; I'ooKcap Letter Paper soB at New-York prices for cash -
of all sale in suit purchasers John Lee Williams public :,ioriKnt. On the contrary we looti
kinds ami quahfrs! ; Double I sums to Country Mcrchat.tso-ud publicprivateLtbruries ,
l't>t, ?h'c.luOanll: Koyai i co'ujured Paper, a; b). Jxorneyfor f'l' furniaiicd! on the most liberal I (UPOI ii as one of our moat imperative :

lor ljiinters; llonnet UcarJs,blue, brown 1 Stone & Nisbet. Fen acola, March iJ, 18 5-3-6t. K-rnn. and such books as are tmleredazid I (,t"s -hoc.de interest uclice'ue of-ur turaMiren s.iwe ilus "aalltk CC-

: ar.d! \\cite ; bu;!ct>' and band-box, boards; : Ian. 14th 1825. ate not on hand, will be procured with as I UK- country :
and humble!
' to dt tend, use our cooeavur -
; stf'ut i xm Mongers' Paper ; I\cl t' h_ cap little delay ;i s possible. Orders ironi a I
nr.'J \\mppiiig paper of all kind* ; Po..t- STONE & MSCET.VB 1'ilOl'OSALSFor distance Will be as promptlv attended for tile advancement of rlt>.Lbli

t>ffice :autl Tsiarble paper; playing and Y; leceived per Schr. Caravan and nieeluilh the same hberoJiU. as tU'1 I can principles, without regard to the 15.'EanJtzeincut .
at the Scat of Government ot individual or the
blank amis! of eit-ry kii.d ; ruled paper !*I .s from New-York, and are*now opening I en>on.J application.W. : ixmitigation >

k. t It various kuiils and sizes Jkc &.c.I I a Itnmlsoir.e nssortment of goods sllitI I of F'vridajA Hasell Hunt. *01 pout).

, Ail the U O\C naiivd trtic.cs will be ed to the selson.'i7. : Weekly News-Paper I There is now prospect of mii"-ronlc,
krp*. Ill hand, or procured to meet tht 'r packages tine cutlery, knives, scissor I July 29th 18C1-. I being opened and posl-oiKces established:

,"t dtm.mtJ. t I tea & &.t'. anti plated wares TO BE ENTITLED TUEIN \V. tiAStiLLHUlST I through portiiins' of our Territory where.settlements -

h BLANK HOOKS. J casc li.U\th& boots fine calf Bro. are forming tlminvjubheiboth

" 'gataand ladies*'slippers, Y\o-ri .a hit o 11'ncer. -1/ILL draw deeds bids \11 sale, powers for intelligence and indti:try ; tho
A tl1lt'ul of "
Eire.as 1I1
("t" description
} 7 caars men's and bo\s hats asserted, : \ i' art attorney, bond* &c. in the: great both v>f tue people should become
., pn'rr c led from n exte'isnc I'-SHU- !I I c; e tunnels kerseys and felting :I soliciting the patronage of a gen'-j nr)>t appro*'ed tbrms, and attend to ant acquainted with the conduct of those utorhcc
" :cmui H\s on I Dunn, together with
c- the laudable:
. article ill : '1 -u-o Float knit halt h<* se, netts cc caps, I public oilier. wntii.g which may be committed l.I I and the"p retutions of those ubasolicit

-rery te Mai-i wart line. 7 cases clolliS and cassnnores, assorted .. difiusing loca) and gen intelligence among lulu, with promptness and ucc irr.c\, und j jon '!' their sunrages, that such may by

bjOI\ : J case mixed and blue sattinetts assorted the citizens of thIs young and ilou l I' reasonable terms ; his situation in 'I j I'I selected to r:pre
D. C.ii. being; ci-ncenud in publishirgl t ri.liing'I'crriton", the Kd'.tors; feel that Ii I[ the; clerk's, other render an apjihcatux'i I Ii { stand their wants aud who Will rehect

, '' : : the .Norrltt trtl. lias >n ..IOII I 4 ci ci ready made clothing, superfine I diffidence and embarrassment, which' al i to him convenient lor those! n.m rna be- !! the moat credit; on the countrY. Fur tius

' r.n tt'I.sne ci'Ucttion in the \arioas: blue, t'bck anU coloured cots do. :; vas attend the commencement of even.1't about to execute any instrument of writing purpose the Press, it conducted wirii: iavpartu'ity

r ]iuitmetts of Literature ; purticuUrhSchool t frock coats, militar}' mixed do. blue, ; enterprise, the termination of which is involved l vrhlcn is to b% recorded. and used with dignified coli&

Children' black &nd coloaixxl cloth and si in uncertainties; of futurit}'.-
cS: Books ca: ness and mod ra\"n. is a powerful hi.strument.
Yet, feeling soJ.citous to be useful to the Territory ofCttiiHlu ?trida, {
His stockvh be nat're pmtatlJUs, .tun tt dov silk, We live under
replenished by tticeariitst go\en
'COnUDtUlittht', \' avail themselves <:f tlui of EscamDiii, j
toihneit and cassiine vests, &c. tec. V
and libmms "" mint, and to maintain our freedom
2 Cases : uc\ goods :mts, cambrics !i presentaispi; period, in the infancy Escaiabia Court.
,merchants and te.cher& van be p LouDly knowledge hiust be drii sed. No ttatioi
supplied j; of a new and growing to solicit
on the most reu Ulbb.e. terms. f:; '\' rubes, linen cambric cravats j i the and country of the citizens :That Toils hsli! be open- without being enlightened hat ever ef>

-1 Onkrs for T\pc, from the extensivefouiulr fine Irish linens, bon>:>.iztrttes, gentlcnn's t{ of the patronage interior, to a support News-Paper,the importance OnU1:1:1- following places, for the joyed tae blessings 1a5ert.. Po&ies}

j t of fashionable"cnvaCs: iancyuoiketl of anl moral is the maia oft
) George Bruce, Ncu-Yurki. and utility of which, if properly purpose receiving vote ir.l. Jielegate igiwcxnce SlaY
r .: will be recehed M D. C. H.BailSkinsanJJtbiudsw. : rubes Ladies'silkbajjs, black conducted to represent the people of Florida in the \rants, and those u hu wish to support art
no one will be disposed to
stocks &c. &c. the !I impcriou erumeni'WiU ahr..u
19th election
printing Ink, question.The Congress, lo be heltt eittraI -
: fordeasaaote. J bult.siovprice shillings, on the second: Monday of May next, nz: j I vw t. put dovi a free and independentI'rc
' resources of this delightful sectionof
. 6. 1 ckic good quills the its Atthe Court House in the City of PeusacuVa. .1 : ; but in our country, where none.vadi .
country, contiguity to the Gulf 1
! : J. Shimr's Panacea.Mtb AND and useful
a respectable vtfliide -
of Mexico and fine J
; a variety of ot',- r goods in store such as to a back country o At the house of : of infoniialion f .1 to
W. Hall blt
s. 1f.iIJ l. ; riber h \\U1s chMrovervd i: the Georgia as also its central situation, inspire Joseph on the cannot
blankets nc-i shoes wool hats cotiouNov.
j ,
1 f4rril of Smv'me' celfbsutedmi Escaiitbia. Lai general and liberal support
the pleasing expectation, that it will "
j .=. .) ',u now a suppion Hand for 1824. become a place of considerable importance At the hou&e of Joab Gaines oo the J'o t:,0ie wllu are acquainted h oars
; t sae: lie t-as reduced the price torn as well as the centre of refinement Escauibaind paper, it is li.int-Ccsbiry to say more,oitt

: )rt.V.. S C SlIt t r by the dozen 24.chuntkblc I AN ORDINAM'iS :u science in:rJ orilk.The At Hanoi's Kerry on Yellow Mater. to t.IOSCh ,are strangers to the cuurur

i il: tltutiflns in the United I FLOniDA IvrELur.sxcEii i is A no It s further Ordered that the ptrS"lh eve have pursued, u e add a f e f i o:1.i.-

t States and the poor will be supplied gratis. \: To fsti.biuh aJ for nffix..g the CillS a/1 to be \ehiclc of local and designed hereinafter named shall be and the \Ve shall suiieruo eierticui c cari to bowsiitmg
general II
. / /j ir Urdtunedbyee If our J of ..fWirrKKI .n.I I her I
+ I
: fnrnatiU1fit accessible! all I are ;jy appointed JuJgis of said c- ii odertugt\'e to our pa Uzi
'. t If tlu citizens of the principal cities and \ -*-* ; oj the City cf /Vucrc/a That who persons. Icctioa v 14 : I much iufornaationastheliaulsotuursietf
mbe desirous of di<
j It tour. tillappum an h gr.t, to ondertld i Ift i the ,tcrcUly shall caurge Lity cents for of a public. : nature, or of communicating cu:>MU'.; topic: ; In Pcnsscola. 11 II till! permit and in the selecUe ol artirclv

ft, to distribute this nietlicinetuthe poor,it will {j.am sing the tity :eal to any instrument of scientific researches and literary l'SH\t. A Jn. etc la Kua, \\ aUam Seuree and John I t I fur pl!Otion.\l-e shall en c-c:**
j writing,to. be- paid b the requir-
:1. be Mipplied. j ; person Hut 2.11 personal and invidious disputation hros.thn..r1 oi.t uou.n;11Iibcu may be of peculariitcresi *-
' !.: j. ing the same ; one naif of which the becrctary ,
I ; Tins Medicine is cdcbr. ed for the {.I drill retain tor his trouble, and to'ery diversity: cf attack on private character : Hull's on tE.car.zIJla.Ju.cph I to the 1 fnends of our Territory.Oiir -

t\ cure of toe it.l-owir.g! diseases .Scrofula the sh>ii be fiapprc$'t. It Hall, Da.ul \\iiiunts and ijrx-sss hJ never be prostituted tot!
to Tre-surer the
\er r
7. or Kirk's: ctrl, ucet.tctt or putral sore. p0 This is not to be t'roted Luke ToAi.ley. p'riu es of :fai>euoCKl aitd ueiaiitacoa?
otfitr hull' tor the of the Provided amman
; use Cay.
t ; f thtu.ltl\nJ.; sustati: rheumatic :I 1'liat, an"Ilcre it NI or to s ubsene the purposes of a fac- di Juincs on the Jfecambia.Jtub I t ar.d w'i:iie we,shall hay.tiie strictest reams
\, uteut/t aybe I
Ultl'CUS'a es, \\hue swelling addis tiun, to laud otiecr deprecia'c ..nother.Tile to the tetri.iigs of inditmuals, so I. r **
:. : necessary to at fix the seal for the be- Gauges Peter \\ii&iMifi! and James
ats d tttt' bouoandnll cases feelir.gs of indiridital Iran the I[ ourduu uili ptrmit, 'h; siailahlalsatv :-
b"t.'ue.I'j nefit ot the Corporal.ou, no tee shall be every nr.ws;cr.
i\ '' l':1 i"f an a cev .UN character, and humblest to the most exalted, shouKl be i .- .te the cause 01 virtue, fior-.htj", truth
.1t Uarro i
, ;;. xitcusea>v#. grurrath' I.1'.s nL'" in debllta.I'' CM "e : im .( ate and $C'Cure. And the I'rvss I !? on Yellow ll'attr. i : lid.Jh:,ice,re"ju\llc5i of those tsuo "*"

,'r.! ttd coItstrti.uis, but more .especiuhy< I F. H. Nisbet, while tinker our control shall never be' James ?hme, Kooert IcKinuou, oid Je- be plicaeu lucrebv.W. _

' frxiis\philiif or Il'chon1nJl1' thcro-I Pint dent he Hoard.Approvcii reu!.. ii .,'clh,'. ilascll
t ; of( deeded to tlie sacrilegious: purpose of UuutwPensacola.
, from, ulcers in the t Lit nx, mxies, &c. sin Marci li-J, iuv.\ding mcrul and religious sentiments, A true cop from the Uz cords.Aurst iLircli 7th
,\r.d tlut iirvu.Mul! disease OCC.'
: 4! lOlg : nd e x.c- kU'e fi>e of nitrcury, l e, and internal dss rztnn. Its politick* John Miller, CPk.Hensacoh COSDITI0X$.

It is also usviul >n ili:cscs tithe 'iv, r. : :1j YCir. will he | vvhiJe .
Repuo the 2Jvi
Attest tcan, asperities >; rch, 16-io--5-tde. The PKXSICOH GAZtTTE andADVERTISEK W t"t

.,'\ ,1 I have, Wthu CI/l'rltlC.i'l'l"S thean last two ears, had \ S. ifarmanlitT, and>i.a,k.ixcriminatibns will be aioided.of Par tics, as tar as po I TAKEN UPTUESUUSCKIBEltS I FW31ILt,at live Dvllnn i> puoiisurJ CTeirsttutiry

j : JKr t.JlM, pit J-
1 ofseTor 'iigc\cral
opportunih cases ut : Secretary.BLANK The press upe and paper will be. Dl- 1"1/IS D.IT abez vars big ire dvsnce.ADIEIIT1SMETTi .

: \' im derate ulc'hlCU' having ress immediately: J conveyed to Tallaliassee! a mulattos -,\*ho callWILLIAM: Im1J.idl uII! be inserted at tl/>
ed n'ul
pre'ouilthe r modes of
f. BOOKS.riUST (where one of the firm now resides,) and rate ol"sac /fctizr for ,the first iu ertioa rt'
trt i: 'It'"t't."r the use of MrSvvnitis I the
publication1: of tie paper commenced ive're liana unier each sum
; every or
1 ft .asacta, ami 1 lo behdve. from receivcil, for lair ::t tne Pcnsaco* assign asa surHcient umber ;
t ; uiiat 1 have seen, that it will prove an 7 la y Dark Store, are obtained which it is subscribers 5 feet S irche* high! and in other sequent iiiserUoa:* fcalt. XercbaaI'ant

l Iri- important u-mcin m crofulus, venenal & leLeders ; hoped and respects; an,\%f'rs the description others advertising b) the year, wi5
't ij 1 dcrcutial utcaes.N. A. expected will be in the month of Xov'r.CO.VDTO.VJ. 'k 'lj of a nxtlattoe. adver- be liberally: tea t_'lth. All auvertise-

.t'nf CHAPMAN, M: D: Day :lulls, tiled by A. Hill of New,Orieans, ments must be paid tor en demand; either

_ .!' Prafctsti tifthe. 'ittttfs. cml J'incticf oj Journals The FLO IDA IxTtLiicrvcKR will be as iiivm{ nan away on 2d March. oil leaf mg them for ins.:run or subsequently

i to. "t : fjfic in"the l ttntrstv ff JV'.t t j'i\4x L
I, t i 1 have, t art 1 l.u; cu lla panacea< o" tar Letter Books and Dollars per annum, paCuble in aihance. tiianand was raided in Virginia.F. contracts for advertising by tine yes*

: : I 2Su n.t iti uutiieix u$ ir lauccs, wtlan the Children's Copy Books. It is necessary that this rule be invariaMv S. Chapman inu>t be payable; in advance.

. !rat t;,r-c arid! liaxe complied witli. (and it ltL uopniiim air *i a j subscribe, tri3
i- yeah alunj> found ine ( is hoped, that all
W. F. Comm I
I F Ha ell Hunt.
i '\ MIX nit!\' ..ftcaCH u>, cikpcciu.i in t c\n. who sign, will consider its imports. os, the iiecc&>itof compliance wits

J dirt' 5 1)1a,1.: qrd 1\l\"l"CUI,..d stair. I h.\'t" c:.30t1),124. Adyenisemtnts wall be insert rt 1 y t One City Constiblc*. tile abjrc conditions as the p&p conuot

,{ no heJaatai in pr ai'our.cing it a nuxhcme dollar for the first publication of Pensacola 31st March, ISJj-_t- tf. \ becontnmetl without punctuxlitv 011 the

, I i ;I of iucstiiiublcAa.e.. Fruit and Ornamental Trees twelvrliuez or'' under, each subsequent every put of the Proprietor wile looks tolth

, 9, is. \\.GiaSON', 11 D. insertion fifty c nts. 'r\lE .ttt&l\l\X patroiis.for the- means of fu16Wag itisca

f ; i jpr"n nr 0f Sweety .-rae I'mitrai* e. Any person subscribing and paving for PAPER devoted gagvicents.8UPEIU011.
exclusively to foreign
j,.; .f,Pfnu n.ft\n o. 'WWQ 1PUll-fJrm five c\Jplessh Receive the sixth gratis. A news, and literary! com'pilation-,
JOHN A'ltLNN Chfmitt.Philadelphia J K.i.tfirs are COURT
requested to insert this is phblUhed weekly in the"city of
:.l ; Feb ir.l XJ 13 lam 1JJ. ot Mir i.Iartrat tut.ttc Prospectus in tl!|cur Nctr-
i \ PUOPHIKTOU respective papers and York. ,Uesiiles the
1. New-YorK ordinary record of j'eslD'A D iris: cf J'teriL ,
,Ct1tOHu po.
B. For sale at Smith Mid Pekrsall'* jf.K the J to as-vst us m obtaining patronage. Our litical eventsabtoat!, the Albion John -
I public his usual very e\ten \c Collection friend tYpubl.sQ. lnnerariy"John -
ct Third and Market J will
; ; corner Sftrrtrts. ; Kent-rally, confer a ravor

. ; Each publisher of a newspij in the* ." r ., Of f rust unu Url i s..1 cnmi j I forwarding the traces of5UbscnbeJS+ ,without by- es Parliament, at length, ,on tile all debates importaat of the subjects Bmish ifeinand; i 1UY ***V. 1825:?
r cited States,is requested to pubh .uis ,: Irees, Elutrent.g'Silrubs aod'I}' d b)'. I r and the dccisiotis of the ; Charles MifiinJN01TCB
advertisement once a month tor one year, plants Uuioous Flower routs, \rJ fleas direct for the present to_this incases of general interest. Its Courts

and send their accounts for paymentSTON'E&NiSBET/ and near one inousjtui species [I place,or to Tallahassee. selections made literan--I
are from
01 lirecu Mouse i'lnu>- aiuoug wuicli, are t{i ttordoa I Crane & Co.' nent magazwes&journals all of the the London p trout! IS HEREBY GIVEN, That.& suit bN

tile01n f', the Cinujuuoii, UeotJ the I: Pensacola, 13tl uctober, 1824. Presses y}' tweca the said parties b instituted

,r' Green and;jllohca rca, the Lilac lcpper The ALBION is and.a,writ of attachment issued against -
TO are receded Sc"r. Emblem from I II published
pr : &c. &c Catalogues ,ot Inca may beset every Satorday the .credits of the DetcodauU.
I JULNev-York; and Tom Shields' from I n by cthngua the Editor ot" Uii paper I Takea up bjy the Subscribers, form, on and fine,paper, m the.quarto imperial propertyaad

:i t \.Urleaos.: ,agent for the t'ropnexor, Who ".iUOl"W ou the |0lb inst.A .1 mail ortlie; is fonnNeCi by the South cru: -John Lee Williams
of sane
i 'f.Rbis.floor superior qualin100 "\ : ( promptly: any orders lei \rithhim. -, day. ,

.w f\U do."hiske". i .' Oct. :4 oo-U.KOT10E : negro man about 50 or 35 I received at tile Office oi 4tf rr prg

30 kegs Lard : sears of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches J thePensacola Gntt.. larch 29th,1825-4-t.

10&rkw l'utter.I I RTh lujrh,' Father stout built calls Tuxs-Six.lJo11ars pu allb4tl;, .
50 cofire himself Louis ble ill ad, pa
bags Q"S thai U* bc- bCe. (1A.UTION.A .
: SO Mcks Liverpool ground salt, :S hereby (.yen,' That at the =term I .Io.:>g5 to the _wuj Jar Barthelemi 1i'The present T01ume?t mbdfashed '

.,<,' 4 kcg tobacco of the Mon. the Couety Court, will \ erret of New-Ortcaas,and that a itn a Jbp; of the Polar Sea. and NY debts, contracted bv the ere* Gf
ALSO, present the accounts and..ouchen.' and aSESa&e ranjavay crow hen pbe.'ot discoveries ,of Captain the edBriwiUDatb
J make final of the ws 'alt,; who hres the ; a!lag 0 paid by the or Cons ,
20 Istic plaids and stripes. a settle-meat estate of ss, ( opposite to Netr*' -. country betty sea Labs Erie Captain b aec.

riitOif f. line_and a variety of other ar, Giles Newton- late of Pensacola deceas Orleans,3 or,4 hem. IttO4 vitk-the. Projected 1Vellwtl lAd Ontaro Pemacoh,JIa-ch3d,13.5 ..
J ticles.N lu. t l>; with tbeifamer s\ock, mill ed. S. Chapman and other 1P-: .

be find superior to any awortujent Joha' de 1nQ JLBEQUESTS'V. II.1.mIruN
every .
I ... F. Comnayns -..-- -
I -
1111f ttttt tbi g atreL -fll-i.i'ff PRINTING .that tbt p tkma v
-- December SJ, 1834 Fcb. th'1.Sl' tf. l''kOL. ate :ate'- t txccntcd with ncaiaest &&, borrowed the cltitof
J md'dis-
1* '
: 3htrl8.S tif. : patch at.ihh office his room, .U1 be pleased to return it witJf.t
dQl'e 1
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