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Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: April 16, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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-L-awsoffhe United States.An other object or purpose whatever a'-, l,For- compensati tu ,the' ..mes For compensation-to the_ clerks #thousand eight hundred and eight
.-. -two] hundred thousand dollars. sengers in said I partmtnt, inCluding in the office of the. Fifth Auditor een, two thousand one hundred and
Forcontingent: expenses, for'4 objects '- the, messenger in _,the Patent i per act of twentieth of April, 'one fifty dbllarsi': ": .: *
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-- arising the current year,' Office!, one thousand.four. hundred thousand eight hundred and eighteen o For compensation to ,the clerks
.... .. and, not herein before enumerated, and fifty dollars ,, ten thousand five:hundred'dol- in the office of the Commissary
five thousand dollars. For compensation to one mechanist Jars.For General.'of Subsistence,:per act 'of t
" H For fpay and' subsistence to. the per' act
Marine Corps, one hundred and May,one thousand eight hundredand said office, per act of twenty-sixth eight hundred and twenty-four,

I It eight)-nine thousand eight hundred twenty-four, seven hundred ofMay, one thousand' eight hun- two thousand one hundred and fifty 1
and sixty dollars and fifty dollars. dred and twenty-four, three thou- dolla s.
f"I cents. For the incidental and con".n- sand seven hundred dollars. compensation to the clerks

For clothing for the same, twen- gent expenses of the Department For compensation to 'the- messenger in the'office of the Chief Engineer, v
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1\"i. \\1'r II 0ixr. ty-eiglit, thousand seven hundredand of State, including the expenses sixty-five dollars. I prlDurrglie| laws and for extra dollars, in full of all allow thousand eight hundred and twen-
act making appropriations for the six thousand I copying' twenty-five ances. ty-four, two thousand one hundredand i'
of the Nary of the United For fuel for the same, I papers ,
support late, for the year one thousand eight dollars. thousand; five hundred and fifty For compensation to the Treasurer fifty}dollars. .

hundred and twentyfive.Be ,For, medicines, hospital stores dollars. of the United States, three For'compensation E to the clerks
it enacted by the Senate and and instruments for the officers \thousand dollars. in the Ordnance Office, per act of -

House Representatives 3 of the and marines stationed on shore, Secretary' For compensation to the clerksin twentieth April, one thousand a

United States of America in Congress two,thousand three hundred and dollars. the office of the Treasurer- per eight hundred and eighteen, ,two a
assembled, That, for defraying sixty nine dollars seventy--one For compensation to the Cler : act of twentieth of April, one thousand nine hundred and fifty ,
the expenses oT.the Navy, for cents. in the office of the Secretary i f thousand eight hundred and eighteen dollars.

the year one thousand eight hundred For contingent expenses ; thatis the Treasury, per act of twen tie j ,five thousand two hundred and For compensation to the clerk .

and twenty-five following to say ; fuel for commissioned of April, one thousand eight hui fifty dollars in the Surgeon General's office, per i
sums be. and the same are hereby' :officers, ti ansportation, stationary, dred and eighteen, including fou For compensation to clerks in act of twenty-sixth May, one thousand '

respectively, appropriated :: ; bed sacks, straw, extra ,rations to hundred dollars short, appropriated said office, per act of-twentysixthof eight hundred and twenty-
""}lorthe pay and subsistence of I officers, and postage on public letters for one thousand eight hundre< May, one; thousand eight hun four, one thousand one hundred 1 i
the officers;and pay of,the seamen, fourteen thousand dollars. and twenty.fourten thousam dred and twenty-four, one thou: and fifty'dollars.:

other than those at Navy Yards, For arrearages of contingent expenses eight hundred dollars. sand two hundred dollars.. For.....compensation. to 'the clerksvjciirrars
stations, and in ordinary, for the one thousand For compensation of one clerk, For comiens2 t.a.r i n.. h.b* -- -,-- .vc"r
year -... .ln said omce, seven hundreddollars office, two thousand one hundred I,
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seven hundred and eighty-three eight hundred QuJ twentj-three, act of twenty-sixthv* ? I
per. __ ... and in full of all allowances.For and fifty dollars. ,
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thousand, fie hundred and fifty- and one thousand ciirht hundred tbi 6 L n
four dollars thirtv.-sevenrpniB l Hvent-rOU1', five thousand aolars. twenty-four, one thousand one hun compensation to the Register For contingent expenses of the ,
for the pay and subsistence of % dred and fifty. dollars. of the Treasury three thousand War Department, including all the

officers and others, at Navy Yards, Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, For compensation to the mes- dollars. subordinate offices thereof, seven
shore stations, and in ordinary, 1 hat the several sums hereby appropriated sengers in said office, one thou- For compensation to the clerks thousand! dollars. '
two hundred and seventy-nine shall be paid out of any sand and fifty dollars, in full of all in the office ol the Register per For compensation to the Secretary t :

thousand, three hundred and sixty' money in the Treasury, not other- allowances.For act of twentieth of April, one thou- of the Navy, six thousand dollars ';

I four dollars aud seventy-three wise appropriated. Provided, however compensation to the First sand eight hundred and eighteen, j I '

cents. ,That no money appropriatedby Comptroller'of' three twenty-two thousand three hun- For compensation_to the clerks i'!
For; provisions, three hundredand this act shall be paid to any per- thousand five hundred dollars. dred and fifty dollars. in the office, of the Secretary of the !L

fifty-five thousand, eight hundred son for his compensation, who is For compensation to the clerksin For compensation to the messenger Navy, per act of, twentieth April,
and seventy-five dollars.1 in arrears to tae United States, the office :of the First Comp- and assistant messenger in one thousand eight hundred and

For repairs of vessels, and for until such person shall have accounted trailer, per act of twentieth of A- said office, including the allowancefor eighteen, eight thousand two hundred '.

wear and tear of vessels in commission for, and paid into the pril, one thousand eight hundredand stamping ship's registers, one dollars. I 0

fou hundred and fifty Treasury, all sums fur which he eighteen, seventeen thousand thousand one hundred and fifty For compensation to one clerk "; .
thousand dollars. dollars, including all allowances.For in said office, act of '
may be liable : Provided, also, eight hundred and fifty dollars. per twenty-
For improvement and repairs ol That nothing in this section contained For compensation to the messengers compensation to the Com sixth May, one thousand eight l 1 1
Navy Yards, one hundred and six- shall be construed, to extend. in said office, one thousand missioner the General Land Of- hundred and twenty-four,one thousand !

ty-five thousand dollars, viz : at to balances arising solely from the and fifty dollars, in full of ill. al- fice, three thousand dollars. dollars.
Portsmouth, in New Hampshire, depreciation of. Treasury notes received lowances. For compensation to she clerksin Forcompensation to the mes- i
three thousand dollars ; at Charles- by1 such person to be expended compensation to the Second the office of said Commissioner senger and assistant in said office, f'i

town, in Massachusetts, twenty in the public service ; but, Comptroller of the Treasury,three per act of twentieth of April, one thousand and fifty dollars, in. r
thousand dollars ; at New-York, in all cases where the pay or salary thousand dollars. one thousand eight hundred and full of all allowances. f;
sixty thousand dollars ; at Philadelphia of any person is withheld, 0 in For compensation to the clerksin eighteen, twenty-two thousand five For the contingent expenses of 1 ;

twelve thousand dollars ; pursuance of this act, it shall be the office of the Second Comptroller hundred and fifty dollars. said office, two thousand dollars. t3'

at Washington' forty thousand the duty of the accounting officerif per act of twentieth of A- For compensation to the mes- For compensation to the Commissioners | *

dollars ; At Norfolk, includingthe demanded by the party, his A- pril, one thousand, eight hundred senger and assistant in said office, of the Navy Board, ten
purchase! of a tract of land for gent, or1' Attorney, to report forthwith and eighteen, nine thousand seven one thousand and fifty dollars, in thousand five hundred dollars.
the extension and security of the to the Agent of the Treasury hundred and fifty dollars. full of all allowances.For For compensation to the Secretary I

Na. y Yard at that place, thirty Department, the balance due ; and For compensation t6 the messenger compensation to the Secretary of,the Commissioners of the .
thousand dollars: it shall be the duty of the said A- in said office, seven hun- of the Commissioners of the Navy Board, two thousand dol-

For ordnance and ordnance gent, within sixty days thereafter, dred dollars, in full of all allow- Sinking Fund, two hundred and lars.
stores, thirty.five thousand dol to order suit to be commenced a- ances. fifty dollars. For compensation to the clerksin

lars.For gainst such delinquent and his For compensation.'to the first For allowance to the person em- the office of the Commissioners

.medicines and hospital sureties. Auditor of the Treasury, three ployed in transmitting passportsand ,. of the Navy Board, per act of i (
stores, thirty-five thousand dol II. CLAY, thousand dollars. sea-letters ; for expenses oi twentieth of April, one thousand I f .

lars. Speaker of the House of Representatives. For compensation to the clerksin translating foreign languages, in eight hundred and eighteen, three i I
For defraying the expenses which JOHN GAILLARD, the office of1' the First Auditorof the office of the Secretary of-The thousand five hundred and fifty ,
President cf the Senate,
ma) accrue during the one pro tempore. for fuel ..
year
Treasury ; stationary, dollars.
the Treasury, act of twentieth -
Approved, Feb. 21, 1825. per
Washington
thousand eight hundred and twen- : ( and all other incidental
JAMES MONROE. of April, one thousand eight printing For compensation: of clerks anda J
tySfivefor the following purposes; : -- .--- hundred and eighteen, thirteen and contingent expenses in. the draftsman, per act of twenty-
For freight and transportation of Treasury Department, and the se-,
thousand two hundred dolLrs. sixth May, one thousand eight
materials and stores of description An act making appl opriations for the sup 11
every veral offices therein, includingthe
For hundred and .twenty-four four
of for the compensation to tne messenger ,
for and dockage port Government year one
; wharfage of stating and printing i
thousand hundred aid in said office, seven hun- expenses thousand dollars.
for and foi eight twenty
; storage rent ; the accounts for the
dred dollars in full of all allow public I
five. : anCrs. For compensation to the mesa
travelling expenses of officers, and year one thousand eight hundredand
transportation of seamen ; for Be it enacted by the Senate and thousandone senger in said office, seven hundred t
For compensation to the Second twenty-five'thirty dollars, in full of all allowances.
house rent or chamber money ; for House of Representatives of the hundred and fifty dollars. zp
fuel and candles to officers, other United State' of America in Con- Auditor thousand of dollars.the Treasury three For allowance to the superintendent J For the contingent expenses of i is'

than those attached to Navy gress assembled, That the follow- For and four watchmen, em- id office, one thousand eight r
the clerks
Yardsand shore stations ; for: ing sums he, and the same are compensation to ployed for'the security of the State hundred dollars.
the
in the office of Second Auditor
commissions, clerk hire, office I hereby, respectively, appropriated and Treasury buildings ; for the For allowance_ to the suPerintendent -
sixteen thousand two hundred dollars
rent, stationary and fuel, to Navy for the service of the year one repairs of engines, hose and buckets and four watchmen, em-
Agents ; for premiums and inci- thousand eight hundred and twen- i one thousand nine hundred ployed for the security of the War t
dental expenses of, recruiting; for ty-five ; that is to say : 'I For compenration to the mes- dollars. and ,Navy buildings, and for the 1
For the senger in said office seven hundred incidental and .
Sena-
to contingent
of deserters compensation expenses -
expenses P'ursuing ; the Secretary
For compensation to t
dollars in full oJ.all allowances.
for compensation to Judge Advocates tors and Members of the House of including oilfuel and candles,
of War, six thousand dollars.
I For
compensation to the Third
their officers and two thousand hundred
; for per diem ,allowance to Representatives, one and
clerks in addition the of Auditor of the! Treasury three dollars.
persons atterul'iLg> courts martini' to sum thousand dollars. For compensation to the clerks fifty .
and courts of inquiry, and to officers two hundred and sixty-five thou in the office of the Secretary of For compensation to the Post- I
For
engaged in extra services beyond sand dollars, appropriated by the v compensation'Third to the clerksin War, twenty-one thousand six hundred master General- four thousand d l'I';
oft
the office e Auditor
the limits of their stations ; act of the fifteenth day of December dollars. lars. :.
fur of in sick last, sixty-four thousand igbthundre'd twenty-three th usand three hun- For compensation to two Assistant -
expenses I persons dred and fifty do lars. For compensation to the mes-
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for sixty-eight dollars. Postmaster. General five thou-
deceased
quarters? burying in said office, one thousandand ,
For senger
persons belonging to the Navy ; I For expenses of fuel, stationary, compensation to the mes- fifty dollars in full of all al sand dollars. .
assistant
in said
and office
for printing and for stationary ofi printing, and all other incidentaland senger lowances.For For compensation to the clerksin

every If descripti: n ; for books, contingent expenses of both one thousand and fifty dollars. in compensation to the clerksin the General Post Office, per act
full of all allowances.
charts, nautical and mathematical Houses of iCongress, sixty-five I the office of the Paymaster Ge. of twentieth April' ,. one thousand
thousand,dollars. Forcompensation: to the Fourth hundred and eighteen twen
instruments, chronometers, models eight ,
neral three thousand nine hundred
and drawings ; for purchaseand For the expenses of the Library Auditor of the ''Treasury I three dollars., ty two thousand seven, hundred -

lepairs of steam and fire en- Congress, )including the salaryof thousand dollars, For-compensation to the messenger dollars. .
tines and machinery ; for pur- the Librarian,one thousand nine For compensation to the clerksin in said office, seven hun- For: compensation:to, clerks ,in
chase and maintenance 01 oxen and hundred and fifty dollars. the office of the Fourth Auditor, dred 'dollars in full of all allow said once, per act.pi*tweet,.sixth -

W es, and for carts, wheels, ,and For compensation to the Presi- per act of twentieth of April, one 'May, one thousand eight hundredand

orkmen's. tools of every descrip- dent of f the United States, twenty- thousand eight hundred and eighteen ances.For compensation :o the clerksin .twenty-four, five thousand six

tion; for postage of letters ok the five thousand_-dolJars., fifteen thousand and fiftYdultars. the office of the Commissary hundred dollars.

public service ; for pilotage ; fortabin For compensation to the Vice General of purchases-peract: of t.or'compensation to the messengers =
President of the United States five -For addil ( clerk .in said office, one thousandand
furniture for vessels in com- ,, one ona emappropriation twenty-sixth May, one thousand .
Jnission ; for taxes on Navy Yards thousand dollars. ployed per act of' of .eight hundred And twenty-four, fifty dollars,in'full of all allow. .'

and public property ; for assistLfCC For compensation to the Secre- one thousand eight hundred and three ,thousand five hundred dol- ances. '

rendered to publi' vessels iu' tary of Slate,,' six thousand dol twenty-four, one thousand I dollars. lars. 'For the contingent expenses of "
distress: ; for incidental labor at i lars. For compensation:to the mes ForiCornpensatibn to ,the messenger said office, four-thousand dollars*

, Nat y Yards, not applicable to a- i compensation to the clerks senger in said office, seven hundred in' said office,' seven: hun For repairing building and yard .

to And lather aPPpwpriation ; for coals: in the Department( of, State, per dollars.in 0 full I of all' allowan-, dred dollars, in full of all allow- of the General Post. Office,'..two I: 'I
other fuel for Forges,foundries, act of the twentieth of April, one ances. thousand dollars,

rte ? engine>' and for candles, oitioyttel thous Dd.ejgb't hundred, and eighteen ces.For compensation to 'the ,Fifth For compensation to the clerks For compensation'to:extra clerks s '. I: ;i.1
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;; f vessels' in commis-i ', fifteen thousand sine hundred Auditor; of, the Treasury; three, in.the office, of the. ,Adjutant General : la the General |teO M ce since ; ';

and w'Ptdinary:; and for, no dollars_ ,' ..r"} ".' ; thousand.' dollars.. l. f per.hat of_.. twentieth.. April, one the first- of. 1' Ui1'i 0 ,,_ .. .thouttind I rj
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3 : tight hvodrtd and .twenty-foar, ,For defraying: the expelSsesof: I four thotand' "e hundred dtilI The following frew general order piCommodore if permit uj to dojcrstJcc to!them ,n. del-rjiMtjKwrnUveJtaveafftiraftre '

one thonstud and 'etghtJ-ttght the Supreme, Circuit, and.District I 1 bra ; an''I d Bra I, four thooiand ', RodKerswill' we,hat. from the

,', dollm andstxcents.t : Courts [ihe' Ceiled S'atestincl.-, five i humthoasaric r JdolarssJiB-mll. forty # effietitt .- Mobile.:Com_ &1 Ri;:'si f'..the,,5[
For $aiion to the SurYeyor -' ding .the District of Colombia/and fire hi dred dollars. :n o ,'have a salutary inst. He arrived 'at>labile owbc avms, ,

t General two thousand dollar of jurors and witnesses, in aid of For outfits ur aMinister' to Mexico Our Navy has suffered tnuch j J o'clock. ,P. of i
of its brfgfet* Pu 'tc
f *. the funds arising from fines, Pea | and to Chsjge d'Afiaires at'Gua'.mala lost some and the count? hl lof'tbe7

,' :, For compensation to the clerks allies and fot feitures, and for de- I Btfnos Ares andi manes, IS
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of
in the office of the Surveyor General fraying the expenses of prosecu-I i j Brazil, -"'ent-ko thousand five deprived of some the, <*UpK Lr her of Mobile Lodt NMQ..or.Liclt s k
service aj
tl, : hundred bra>est men in tbe had been elected an bono _
two thousand one t ions; fur offences against the' U* ; j jnitedj hundred dollars Il\cn.bu.
.J .t I dollars. States, and for the safe practice that may, without loi f In tbe eTmn vanes the* c tist") ..a.
t keep For the! salJes of the Secretaries tcr
wi 'tJl.IW',
honor, be entirely dispensed ball sas grrrn.thiea ai t
For compensation to the Surrey ing prisoners, two hundred thousand .
of Legatpn, fourteen thousand If our officers fall in battle, they rubbers fcr surpassrtl any j Ifag cf the
or south of Tennessee two thousand dollars.
: kind ever before wilnrssrd in tha "
dal city.
llars. >
of their and
I+' dollars. For the payment.of sundry pen of fall in defence country, On the morningf, 8th, the- Sieaa
For to the clerksin ions For the coningent expenses while we mourn their loss,.we tell Boat Katcheron board which the Ge
compensation ;: granted by the late and present *.
,;. the office of the said Surveyor, Governments, two thousand : all the missins abroad, twenty :. of their deeds of valour and speak had repaired from the hall seat to 3! .
thousand dorS.Forth bile Point from whence she proceeded
proudly of their honorable death. to
thousand hundred dollars -
+ and dollars.
one seven fifty
series o! Agents of New ()rleans. A number of gtntfeir.f,
e : But how is it when they fall, not
t For the support end maintenance Claims atPtris and London four and litlie* went from this place, to r.i.hike ;.
!; Ie For compensation of two additional of light houses, beacons thousand in the defence of their country- of the plea \".rrs aflcnk'to

I, t' 4r clerks in said office, for the buoys and stakeages, including the c\lats. nor by the hands of an enemy, but Mobile friends, by the visit of this il
ofFordfp
year one thousand eight hundredant purchase of oil, keepers' salaries, For the contingent expenses in4i content where an Americanarm trio s iiwHvJdral; and in expressinggratification tom.

iwemy-five, one thousand seven repairs and ,improvements, and I jlntercofcrse, .forty thousand is raised to shed American at what thtr there v,tnesie7l
Collars. cannot but mix it with rent that p
', + : ; hundred dollars.FoccurnPensation. I contingent one hundred 1 b'lcod-whrre two who have together -
expenses tile ,
Fr the relief and protection of cola has oat partaken <( cnhifluer.ee ,
t j tth Surveyor and seventeen thousand four hundred I braved the battle and the cf his ptcsence.-May he ta

i'l5 5f in Illinois, Missouri, and : and eighty-five dollars and u tressed American seamen in tempest-and who have, side by well! in a country where his \l"on.is

Arktnsaw, two thousand dollars.: eighty-five cents. I freign countries, thirty-five thousand I side, and under the same flag, *us t{acknowledged, and where the greatest

For compensation to the clerks I For procuring and placing three I dollars. tamed each other in tbe hour of cozul&tion is, *ho shall honor Lou
i For the of Intercoursewith .
in the office.Of the said Surveyortwo : buoys on 'the bar near the port 61 expenses I dar.ger-when these meet, and one

1 '" thousand dollars. ... Georgetown, South Carolina, he-' thousand the :Barbary:dollars. Powers, thirty I falls by the hands of the other, learn Sjxan.of this-Independently unfortunate country of what, bj evtiactsfrrm t

G, z; For compensation to the Surveyor ing the amount of an appropriation what are cur feelings darn English and French ( 'azeit rs.
t ,t t in Alabama, two thousand for that object, carried to th. For the; salaries of the Conunissionri GENERAL ORDERS. J we have:eccirrddirectacecuntsofa>Ute

,j iI and Arbitrator, under the z.-nicd. State .\ 1t"trr.IIJ. j date, both frcm AUtiritl and Harana,
, ii, t : dollars. \... surplus fund on the thirty-firt I ZLp Of { bjx
t Sirst article c.f the "I of C bent Gf 1C th JG 2SJ. who :;.rn'f.1 In this city
; For compensation to the clerks December, one thousand eight I reaty Cape Itfnry. : .5 gentlenoan by*

in the office of1 the said Surveyor, hundred aml twenty-four, three: 1 're half i tjhe' salary of the -Secretary SIB.TI.e dissensions and hickerings .1 short The passage ngecf from Fcnlinand the latter is such place.and
,. and half! tOt which have unfortunately I
contingent
one thousand five hundred dollars hundred dollars. expends |zeal ofblS Ministers and Subarmstenthrees
For compensation to the Surveyor For building a light house onB3ke.r I of tfcc! Commission, twelve existed in the Navy and particu-j i i it so e ell with his fc"jr iv d.t po.it a..

in Florida, including part of ,'* Island, near Mount Desert thousand dollars.! larh among the junior officers, for 1.] j tlwt, not sdisfieJ.ith ha'ingo prnscr

the year one thousand eight hun in the State of Maine, in ad For expenses of earning into j t several years past, originating, AS \ <:'cry man v ho loci shou the less: sue;

" \ dred and twenty-four, two. thousand : dition to the ropriation of two J ffiVct, the sixih and seventh artj- it is supposed, in the prtdomtnance cf Kben principles,tljey txte.nd even t'
diabchcal:
j the females their
:, I d f::" ,,,, five-hundred do tars. ,j I thousand five hundred dollars, ,I;:1cs of two Treaty of Ghent, in- of habits, "lJich h.'-e insicii-j'J vcrcan who appears in perserjtlor.sreerj the street

", "", 4' '" Fox compensation to the clerks:1 made .on the third of March, our ..eluding: the compensation of me ousl crept into the service: by the i jxrhh'any part of her dress of the colours

;' J: >. .'i in the office of the said Surveyor, :1 thousand eight hundred and ten- ,Commissioner, Agent and Surveyor most improper and nn'ustiriaberrla..ation 4which o ere called of the Coa thuiion'

, ,1 ,,; two thousand fife hundred dollars. t -three, one thousand three hundred and treir contingent expenses, cf discipline UTI at :'s immedialrlr stripped bj- the lowest cf
t'1 L ; : 'ihe rabble, guided by the Monks, ; ,ho erj -
F. length to
'd a 'e ".nfnl\t" UJcn to 1"tt.Im. t dollars. j jI I isixttt-n I : thousand dollars nquire particular noThe -
';tt r,'i ., missioner of the rufcUc u1lUlugthousan rorp.BVK.g ... !I I IlTESe. i UcP. I trun ge the p puaceJoU .Penxiitie+ ,
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in Wellington Cit one d of river, in North; i
i. ), Scuppers nrg: I trot sits -- L 1 prevalence ann frrcjumcyf In officer where
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ilL five hundred dollars. I Carolina sedition to the : I'na"h _."* ", ye2Ts
he of
: ; in apI ; propri.ltrhall pate Out 2- H1- Inu "---.0 -a.ro was score in prcclaimlair the ('Q:65-
s For the President'sHouse ion cf fort dollars made sone of the! younger cfficers, ard tuix>n, even loo-ign &:UC"j roc* UC'Cu _
";. .. furnishing propria; } : ny ivone' in the Treasury not c- i
. tl" '! i : under the direction of th't e I on iwentj-sixth. of May, one '' tbcrwiseappropriatcd : Presided the detestable l praciite: by them ]iardoncd fcr t, at crioff, are under ordenjof 0'I
and is known that
rest it srnslrrrii.strucUon ;
: ;, hthousand United States thousand hundred r.d Ao0crrr'That' and others of fighting duds, dc-t I ; -
. e ,I eight ,? liven no money appr- i ;State been received respeciin'
;' ::,.. : fourteen dollars. t ty-four, one l.undrtd and forty dol- i Ipriatei! ry this act, shall be pad i taming each other, and ass urni:1 I 1 I private i&diruluals, wLo at that tune C.

'..; '; For compensation to the officers Car s. :j lo any >person for his compensa- lo ths-oistlvtrs the_right of mu king}I pres.xd son of the change; +sit
'r. t ? clerk of the Mint nine thou For the the ccnduct of their equals z.n:1 \ dlrectjcns net to tatcute the ort.esthelatter'till < -
an I placing a buoy at en- lien. in1!is in arrears to the United .z
,ti1.. i. sand six hundml dollars. trance of Beaufort, in North Caroling t States I,, until such person shailhave i superiors topics of con eisaiionattl j tera.e,pxrgtd the. iblnirr were, "L.t is

t: ,, {For compensation to persons ,I eight hundred dolUis.! fccojuntcd+ for, and paid in'o inctccious ztTiimadversion, at.': bc Bi>tiopof Harana, a ram aln

!.; employed in the different operatiunn -i J I For the payment of balances due the Treaury, all sums forf hich tavern l-bles in sage coaches, 'i-cRaiiP r ptclh1la forlsaal, .ii: JiC-

cube Mint, nine thou |I to officei of the old internal retie he may le I liable.. : Provided co', Slt'3rL hotli and other public pla-! c.,uul of bis pL;LuaLrops.I fur tLc

, sand four hundred dollars. !{! nueand, direct tax, being the amount : That aotltrg' in this sfcicn contained C5, hate btren carrietl to such tin I (saair ulrr,tnUe e,asorvkmlio jircpoctxxiiblv JiacJ bv laci

i For incidental and contingent I j I carried to the surplus fund shall be construed loexcnd x'.tnt for sor:f time past, ss to 1 :i I a hi.t v cud be U-oeCa.eq.lc-nC 3'sta-i3: ; a,=if a-1c F :.L-

4' ; 'ex;'"nses stud repairs ; cost of ma- .:on the thirty-first of December- I to balances arising solely from the I require a K-sortto measures the !!I Eiixi got haD once iuto hU pcle ti kc.re

china\', and fot allowance of wastage .r I one thousand eight hundred and :, depreciation cf Treasury notes received btst calcfllatcti. to producinuretictt : that tae \iW" to Arf srr
,
'. in the gr.lo and silver coinage]ftu-cntc r -four, eight thousand one 1 by i I such person to S expended !. rcfrrui, snd *..o save ihe chinic'cr ''. tlc \o\. i....c,f--,,z. 13 .....-.W._.,, 1 LCGcrer.
of the Mint thousand I of the service sTell |! ncr, trtri:.Vj-es, lire eves penc-s cf"hkclmi
s-'ven se.\.eu t hundred and thirty-six dollars and J inl the public service : but I, !4 as I IJ 1o'zzlil tare
. ) ... hundred and seter.ty-five dollars i fourteen cents. in all :"lr own, from impending raID 1 proceeded t !
cases whcie the pay or sta- j j i B: sop Ltd he tiwjgbt it ssfe: to t1:4kr- !
!I :
.,,fi t i For compensation to ihe GoverJ i J! For the Public Buildings in ry of any person is withheld: in atC dh r.cr. j{! takt it, but deciiTiu als iaaiM a:rfauiSosr 'e 'S'u

nor Judges,-and Secretary of .the i Washington City, fcr the year one 1 I I purstanccj of this act_ it shall b e 1 hG.Ttn con't-querce, to re i tLjuiuJ tl fon :;;J t;cttc Ki .:

fichigau Territory, seven thousand -'. thousand right hundrtd and t-oren-I' the daft of the accounting office quire of aii cfncer* who are tow! i, lihop toyrever, lava-ig b ..lrmtd :-

M'' eight t.undreddollars.. i tr-fi\ eighty thousand dollars. j ji I! if demanded by the party, his Agent (.r shall hereafu-r be. placed: cr.uei 1tli"cf trstrt LC9 ne h.m tk ti :aL .lJlt iiizned:
hch
Fer the couttugent expenses ofj i For repairs made to the fire engine ;: t.r Attorney: !o report forth- my command, to r-sp-.c: :cd ojbey j
the Michigan Territory, three and hose for the use cf the: !:: Rich to the Agent of the Treasury ll.orr.>e\rs.tinf! to K C ie u- 1h .L: fen ns.' b,c:3tic: a.t.ccs of tf

? hundred and fifty dollars. ; Public;Buildings, and for keeping: j i Department the balance due ; acd f most i'reliance. i.ndtcmcn in- er-i i iI f f tta.ter5, md "" h.- titt3rS w

For compensation of nine members -tire: same in repair, one hundred I it shall be the duty orb said A- {I l forcing: others, their subordifnates ;!t.11: : Di. ot11 t.uJ-.

Y'; : t.f he Legislative Council of: and ten dollars. i gent, within' sixty dais thereafier'e I due rrsp ct and obecienct 1 1 i I The .

taw Michigan Territory, one thousand -I For improrinsthe Capitol?I to order suit to be commenced *- 1 1:0 the laws and regulations mac e elected foIloTripg cffficcr of gectJefnen the K. tjrt beta

'' : and ghty dollars. i II Square, one thousand d 1I3-.i. I|! gainst such delinqEent and his t ami pnn id.d for the government Cart /r.a tikis(aril-. re Ccu

for defray inK the expenses of For paving the foolwain front J JI j i sureH" S. I "j i :r.d cotidsct of all oScrrs and c1.'s 1'Isit.COliFAlSY 1.

i the approaching session of the I I of the public glout: s. en the south !1 I Sec. :cn; _
*, Le. tsUtivc! Council of the Michi ii j irle of the Pennsylvania Avenue, jUsi'ed States-as 1 am drterznineti I .Iit"Lry de Gr.ADd I'e. b.p-.r.c- ;
Thai the !I _
of
,
!t I tcretsjy tl.e i reastr .;- Y' Gonzaies,l 7.Jc.'Cpl : _..-__. _
;- s Territory, three thousand and between the d :-, I % from this date cut ui* -"" .
; gin { Capitol a t e Navy b:. and hi : toPe: ihe I I .
es 3d hr .
hereby, : Uillun rc R.P.iby: : :
i 1
P thirt\-t\l. dollars. Office, and for placing stone steps !! ana required :o py, out of ;.5-;httst violation cf such law* lh.: Le u...: z:. -

; For the contingent expenses of at the several entrances of the Najvy ;money in "tie Ticcssurj\not cihrrjwise any- and regulations, with hich i rna> }-uu: COll.Ul Sc..:!.

,1g the Le,;itlatite: Cr.nncil including Office, six'thcus3.1H1 one hundred 'I J, !: become acquainted, lo pass uanoitic F n H_ s Prnt ;
a tae
!, the printing: the !lausof said Ver-I and si=tty-cce dollars andninetyseven !.I ;1Aropria sum or i ....d. j I J.hu i.ee Il iam V., < sums cf .oc, to which any per- I ; es t'eodictoo, las
iT1 Irt .
\f ritery, one thousand two hundri. 'd cents. j Sold -
: disputes cufortnnatel '
i son, or ti legal representatives off 1' } I 1ktJI \VTiaH, .,;
: dollars! I For levelling, graduating, and j f anv penJr, rr dbe rnuJed: br happen between the officers this I %tu.t H.Hcury ALca, :illkrrsir;
;iii For compensation to the Governor improving the President's square, :: vitiue cf the! act* .uicorisiag I mor sny oiher hip of thr squadron : Acrcicifei hirertJ.r.

Judges and Secretary of five thousand dollars. | patnett: ; for i lands erroneously sold rrahieh il j I have Otto appointed to I \ Ijseli iluat, &cE.c _-?_

,. the Arkl.ns\1':: ; .rcrI loryuioe thousand For stationary and books for the by t.:e L noel States approvtd command ihry are not on any acjccv&l I II I
4 a doH 0 offices of ; i : :f.Yc 1r1 n E ::-, zI
rs. ; Commissioners 01 Loans, to assume to therrscl\ts the :!
ihe trelfu
; day cf J..ttr\\. in the i _IJ : adiQ.4 .i
;
1 For the Contingent expenses: of one thousand, fire hundred dons: :s. I yeir eighteen I.i Hundred! aud j right of sca. :1g such dij-puics, ID i '' Our ,rts-c-ci o i DUalii.iiri4 lES..
twcnty- s>s at tics
2H, the Arkaasaw Terrilorythrte hundred l-_ For bringing to :he Seat of G a}_- j j t n,f, upon:sot:h person, cr his o:
: and fiftv* dollars. Tt"rnme.at the votes for President ': her lo;::al f eprvsenutivcs, t. '- :o the ca pi um of the ship t U ;;b ia at ore time,aid I expect: Lere si3

For compensation to the Governor and Vice President of the t.nittJSt.t ; ing with the requisitions comp cf tba:. bleb they belong, or to m .sr'lf.1 t i t>e soipped fry hen:,c f teat hs:. cop: s=

Judftts lid Secretary ifce. : !, three thousand three hundjdred act. I '!if necessary. And I wccll "havru :oet eatb b.a.oi et xz. 1be
i I I :air ccrmk lanes lite
Florid Territory, eight th.us re dollars. i 11'i : b" 25, 1SC5 further to be understood, thai for by
rgt nnr-F : Unproved : tstt:a; inn xdd t Ia e
,,+, five hundred dollars. I For the discharge of such mu J::... I a violation of this order. bv. anv: 1 I imrcrasxt or the p _
--- I .
a For compensation of thirteen jcellaneous: claims: against the s'k ffit"r, I shall not full to put ah I '1 in ena rstka to tint: I3 ci

members of the Legislative Council i Hired States, not otherwise 11I"O\ : t.a Bci i saccta.. i laws in force ag. icst him to their eof i our Tcrnrerj,tiunng ite- last ....kf',I

t of the Terrrorf of Florida, estimating .ed for, as shill be ascertained and j It is with peculiar pride that 1I't'i I utmost rxteft.JGHNT. 1 asx istbrscd tar been tnr Tea:. 1-;be
a>miued in due course of settlement ; publish (from the National: Journal i :t.ii not be !ue&& rt _c 114J d.w
twenty-eight -
? days, at RODGERS. I the C1 'r.>
I, three dollars! per day, each, one at the Treasury, six thousand : the exirllent: artier of the veteTin Commanding U. S. Rival Forces

s, thousand one hundred and sevrntr doU&rs. 1 1 Roxx vxs. addressed to the of- in tbe Mediterranean, and Commanding I The foUowIog recrzrks are ts-

..0 dollars. For surveying the public lands :|I fke-s under his command. If such Officer of the U. S. krG from the report of F. .La'sl

For contingent expenses of theLegislative of the United S'ates, iuciucling i tht' J'stands' and ferocicus are; taken against a bloody Xavy.CHAS I Rual Profe&sor cf Alalhecallcs: ?,

Council,including tra- services, of three commissioners I'I custom, live slain of \\ MOXGJJUC, .Esq.ff. I acs Master of the Miriae .\adcI -

1;, } Telling: expenses of the members, and a Surveyor appointed lo vilur I duelling Will: xre are couo-Jtrnt no C -.:. tf! S. S\J) \ c.rP --.:.-.-..:- I ins aiToulcn, who .ts sat to

: and printing the laws of said Terrilory I the lands between Robert arid longer rest upon the age ia which I Leu isiasa is 1719. the tea.Peasar -

r two thousand dollars. i Ludlnws liter, in the State of Ohio !,I I we live. It' is for such men as .!1 A(!} J: ccJa wi tak.cs bj M. CciOipioeskn. -"

; For the contingent exposes of one hundred and fourteen fRcd j ers to taie such ground-men .. 1: : to u-ikc oWxviiioLs ca tiecuuslry
thousand niae hundred and to whom ',the honer of their *
the Florida Territory, three hun eightytwo eo :n-
S.\ i; ice.
TURD..PP..IL
15
is 1S25. i
dollais and try confided in the :
hoar of danger
I ? dred and fifty dollars. sixty cents. Tfcc : lesser the
For the salaries of the, ; tbtyj can speak wih a b.Jt: states, that
.. ', For compensation to the Chief Registers .l; s; Admiral
:i was on board the lert -
'' and Receivers, of Land I sid commanding voice, and cJicc
fIl Justice, the Associate Judges,and Ofikes, they cxdcsstatf rt:: 5. Its .54 nun ship* but had OuUCI
forty-two thousand must be o 1ut n-J.. :
doU rs. Oeyet May; wenothoxr G icsr-, cf Matnjkl,to b :
District -
Jadges of the United ;:oaly 5i, and fret
drew
District cansi
that it for
wad destined Attorney West
i for his FloScbi
For the salaries of il;"striuns iaplxce .
States, iicludins the Chief the Ministers
Justiceand \ViOiao water, he xdvIscU
t f offer break the : F. Steele,verso:e3 41 was that then
chainsof
Associate of at London, Paris, St. Petersburg .
Judges: the District ;a by far I was ogle 25 feel water oa the bus
slavery dreadful
;t ,, of Columbia, seventy-nine and Madrid, and of the Anil saa timiry than more that which is His .welkixr DCV: CFn e ct. h sapptabtsisst *cO he ihcrcfcrc dtspiirrdcf ca..

tbotiig +d two hundred dollars. Charge desAifairesat Stockholm, imposed O'TX' She ArriCA:1I"y dtdixd the ,cSemi bimbT'i J ryiu Ler into the Harbor bat sinadi&Q >
in the Netherlands, and Presiimt Ath s cf Uk&acr Il *
For at Lisbon.fort1'oine 1 to EJ .ttrori old .
compensation to the Attorney do uot exaggerate the oattrr: >> ai- earned Crimes, a
General of the United States thousand. five hundred :nZ:i cf experience and tail ac"
iboagh little z= : ,
aes
i dollars: prjrfaapsa in advance c a :+r. Late ties.-at tJtt .
.i'H three thousand five hundred dol I of pasHc sentiment, wata we say I i Ca t el newel,1d\1ti is!i ssteocm ca ikr 5u mtrd .it& the cLnorl, &lkgtd
lars;. For outfits of Ministers to Lo ixiurt.fbrSwSuraaV. tat he could
:- thai CctamoloreFui en deserves 1 :.h.. ,, uke her is* sad a -
:, For compensation to the clerk don and Madrid, and lot Chargr ad will receive t the '"gratiiude' of, TV P-CfwbrJ.h2cS c rrt. TCfescI! catty suc Ctt'L e d.- His coarse is
,
in the office cf the des A&aues at Lisbon and at Paris his raswc: of t a t.. S. left U ; Utd domo follow 1is -
u ,It I i Attorney Ge- coattr He. possesses rasa.! c ty ota c llu uh.tbrU mSeaS : as *. He raa
+ reral, eight hundred dollars! twenty-seven thousand doH a rs. :Ja; imir (enough Ito promulgate! Gcsjrg-o. 1 lea g, a gtx>d xsvsktt shot from :2ledges

6 For cotape&satica to the Reporter For tbe salaries to Ministers, orCharge I such ia order, and we have bK I ,:ill he brought the F.-t'o: !

; of the decisio&s of the Supreme d'A&iires, who have been, word jolernr.lv recorded, that itj. c* Pearl b t. c.... Penstolio btu ktwce;a Xwtud

i h Court, one thousand dollars, or may;;be appointed t* the governments shall be futbf&y! and impartially 1 I Soithire prreued two soperb i r t'a J Feast = kr t !
OB the American cootiaect, enforced. Y to &..-. C ta ;n iiU. he 1T So stb
For compr&satioa ta Let il be then the tie course was i
saad
glory services
r J to wit i Colombia nine reniefrJ to tie
i .District Attorneysu d 'Marshals thousand of thin veteran to convince the I Sane by: m. truss the Fort oa Su K less latofceiheE
dollars ; Chili aise thousxcd dol. trcrid that the Laws 'I little to Jac
as granted by law, isdidifig ol the vans Tbe oreaway a
art
bn; Mexico,, use tbcssond dol- _... papers Grar *s*d Weil
.. Ja the srreral Territories,tea ihea- Ian Udissolttbiv sited with those of; ,.u. "'" : rfcrj .
.. sod ETC. htadrtd, dollars. fire ; BocaosAyresfoarthoasand I honor,morality: ,'reiigtoa and ba' f"'Q1atSoflae lieu &k bwn-rcaest betwrea thai sad the Islisd,. ta >> '
handled tics
: : dollars f Gaau.w, nxity. I jcsihr s&Bs es&ed oltJoeM-J roid'a baak' Kt the Utttr, .hi
... tkn, aad
ue wad:! 'f.
-- t raa o> l to iotattiis scc IV.X.
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point of tbc'ls1t1" d. The from Pcnsacola to _St. Augustine, I will pursue the undignified coarse, I tion to the 'Te'rritory.h d, either Pemacola Book Store. ,, / ,

; C1 followed by the bus,been otained from Congress. of running after ,ettrry-airanger. I beeosoggested or urged upon the "
"nicrced' irts for 60 but carrying i: "The large majority who voted in who conies ir to the country* to re1-. attention. of GoTernment, by :Gen.Hernandez 't" _, ._---- -_ ... ,f.
: TUSTreetvN per Brig, St. Clair dif :t
k.rs, .guDS. The Triton, pitrc.ci .. : favor 01' Mr.' Hernandez's,. present' them when they fate among ., while many'other use, reel from.# ..York,' and for sale as-' .1

piTT 5 but carr1ln only 50, stood pledgedto1pp rt'it when it themselTes, jnen: of' talents ful,objects which be. also brought! above,an additional assortment of Books, ,t

for 50&,Frigates, one of 36, the orruns. should be again brought forward,1 J and propertyfbo; are-botA willing f9rwardhayewe regret to say, 'among which are the fallowing > .

JIId't<
CTO: to 34 feet wateV, in good in its original form, we should llertain a vet particu1arand high after he ceased to be a member Rothelan- ,, a Romance of the English Histories :

from 25 of soft sand. The undoubtedly have now enjoyed the j respect for Col. Gadsdetf, who has of that,body." In the first half of :;

,oldin!; ,ground rpcommends that, for the vantages'of ready also, been brought forth: as a candidate this,para.graph.lbere is a too palpable Stanhope's 'Letters on Greece, in .1823 I 'k
and 1824,with Documents
}'fOfssor! of Mexico, shipv should beG'I. lion with the Slates communica-I by his) friends ; ve appre error' or chronology, fo permit Revolution, and the life of gnthe MusUpba Greek 'I;

flat bottomed, like the Dutch instead of remaining present ciatc his high worth aid talents, me to. suppose for: a" :single instant AH.Buchanan's, ,

giIt and alleges, that those of 70 do, in the situation of an island and have been led, to btlievc that that ""A Friend Florida" Skefchexof, the North,'American i

,1tipSt then safely enter the I inaccessible' to our Atlantic : the Territory i will yet lie honored received his information- from Indians,with, a>,plan. for their,. melioration ,:...

f2's may of Pensacola, which he neighbors except by vatrr. So with his residence ; butjwe really Gen. 'Hernandez, whose uprightness Theodoric,,a Tale "and other, Poems ,:by 't:
,
jlrbor! is the only'gaud Harbor in tarueslVas Gen. Hernandez on think it will ,be time oiough to and modesty are such'thai. he Thomas Campbell, i 1

,.fi. _.,"t nf tin* \vurd.Ve this subject, that as the -shortness support him (for Congress whenhe would spurn at the idea' of enrich- The Cook'. Oracle,,'containingyReceiptsfor 4
-- -- -
12tJ wisjj that-- men ol experience j of the session did not admit of his becomes a settler of Florida, inghimselfby spoils ; but there, is Plain Cookery, Sic.'. &c. &c. j

\ coast compare these I carrying the bill through, he suc- and has identified himsef with its in his fiiend an cner zeal' which Biography of the British.Stage,being the
*our may from War inhabitants it should ) borne will induce Lives of the principal Actors'and.,'Actresses J
t.mrntsVilh their own obserllft cffded obtaining the ; e the impartial to re-pe #

,; o"' : fld favor us with tHe? re- Department the extension of an in mind also, that a difficulty exIsts ruse Col. 'Vhit 's address ,to' the The History of Matthew Wald, by the x -r t

: of the1' reflections on the sub- order to Col. Euslis, to employthe 1 I as to his eligibility : wUjch the Voters Florida, which the panegyrist author of Valerius &c. .. ;

troops at this station in opening opposing candidate. will undoubtr ,.of Gen H. has here apostrophized HaUam's! View of Europe, during the \ 1:

jtcr. cr .0 DrB the route ; but owing to the edly avail himself: of if Col. G ds- unnecessarily, and in The Middle Ages \,.N .:
Spanish
season, and partly also, -to the attempt den were supported by the voters which it is' said Florida possesses The Human Heart Daughter, i'

:?u.r.1\atD! BT IlEn.rr.sT. by the people of Duval. to I of thr Territory.. A risque of hs many resources and to clevelope The Highlanders, a Tale, 4!

F"tIVI the &it Florida IltTaM.Jir. make the road themselves, this i suspension during. a part of the them judiciously, is all that is necessary Scenes in Europe,Scenes ;in America, "" 1

Editor.-The mode pro- |.l&i was also frustrated. By the I session, and of the ultimate loss to ensureher: 'happy des- The Blank Book ofa Clmall.CoIleger, ,
OJfd at the late public 1' t'ci:1g-- incurred Living Plays,'4th, 5th,'6th,.7th, 8tb, 9th
Ii
bill! above inunKned the roau now : of his seat, \\ould be by f.nalion, much has been 'done forh

Jf Dominating a Delegate to Con- making from 1'ensacola: to this ourattemytinjr* to elect him, on >r by the 'general government, and .10th volumes. !
conference ofoiamftiees .
: the ALSO, S .
c-rr'S, through from the different pice! \vcs to have been double thepresent the present occ sion. It is well at the instance cf; the former and The Sorrows of Werter,. Vocl Standard,i I 11: fi

breadth ; and its oiiection I known, that mjany of the old Spanish fiir&ent Delegates." &c. Shall we Life Franklin Paul and,Virginia- ;i
think well calculated !
Counties we was first indicated by Gen. llernuncitz. inhabitant* of this place have (becompvlled to observe that the William Tell, Gulliver.Travels, &c,&c. I It I
ahuut the desirable!
to bring A more circuitous route been driven to Cuba, by-the ungracious frunds of Col. White's opponents W.Hasdlllluut. ]

object of uniting tile'O of the bud !been proposed by dipt. Burch, I treatment which they have hate no where shown that liberality April 12th, 1825. L- -, I
section of the
Extern election.Territory Bu*, which was to have'hcuticd most of met with at our hands, and they to him, which he has always evinced Coffee & Preserves.1 .' :. :

:t toe approaching the streams inVtst, Florida., cannot but haVe conveyed to the for others ? Wvna Coffee .: .I
in the fairness 1 OO Bags green ,
"hUeV concur which would have made the road people of that Island, an unfavorable "A decisive proof of the influence -. 5 boxes preserves, assorted in; 1
of this mode of
add correctness near six hundred miles in length. impression of our character Gen. H. enjoyed atWashing each box, rece'ived'per Schr.Ar :t' j

nomination, we do not conceive, Gi n. Hernandez in his estimate It surely concerns our honor antiour ton was" &c.-The unassuming manda Malvina,"' and for 53.le'by.'" 1-'

.that: we are therefore individual forbidden lat 1 before Congress computed the inu-rest, tl) remove if possiblethese I character of Gen. Hernandez: -must Stone, & Nisbet. ..;

from expressing our distance by the present i\iile .at I impressivns, and amend thr have given him some influenceat S FRESH 'J
for particular I can- _
preference any miles of error which hs: been committed.Such but be '.
Washington
freedom 380 ; only twenty short can it com :l
exercise of
dldite, as the a the actual admeasurement. The a course would not onlybe pared with that influence which

ol opinion c;. this! subject can usdulibject in appointment of a li,.ard oi Land! worthy of Americans, but in u ill he possessed by the manwhose SprinGpQd! ;
interfere with' the
no way which the Committees Commissioners for Eas: blorida, the present condition of the cola Memorial was recommended, by THE- .Subscriber has: received, per late *

ns/ve in'ieT.. Hence have was alto due to the exertions of10Ul" mat possessions) of Spain might the President to Congress, as, a from New-York and .Nek-

hesitation in we then Delegate ; uiul it is to greatly tend, tq draw both population production of gtnius: and talents Orleans, a-supply Spring Woods, which i 1
t.o avowing our hope I together with his former stcck make"a
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i
and wealth to shoies.Tne
i our whose
Land
Com
hun we owe thoae modifications Reports as a
'
tr.d confidence that Gen. Hernandez I complete assortment-viz.- first of the act passed for the Government support of a gent'eman of missioner (his respectable colleague Hardware
our Delegate to Congress, I 10 Packages Viz : t
claims consider of the B-ui\l, which coiibti- merit belonging to that Nation, not 'vanting he credit of I ...... "
those! as Knives and Forks,
(paramount i
to those of every other tuted such important and useful but who has become identifiedwith another, to be .a man of sterling! Pen and Pock'et Knives f :

Candidate chants in that law ; such as the us as an A'merican' could not merit, having declared that Ccl. Iron Ti n'd Table and Tca. Spodns, : :
eventually : \
choice; of may the Conferees provethe anUU extension of the quantity of land fail to give a favorable: impression i W. was the author of the Reports) Briltania, do. ao.Gimblets l1

: to be finally adjudicated upon by abroad, of the i liberality of our i iprinciJIt".s has been pronounced by the Land Padlocks,Iron Nob,Locks,
l supported as our next Representative -
I Stock Locks Chest &, Cupboard do.
the Commissioners 3300 and instituticns. Committee in be he
to acres [ Congiess to
;
-The: excitements, by Screw Plates,Sayrs,Augers, Chissels, t
and the of that A ffrieiAl of Florida.CCMMpM most lucid of the kind whose
striking out -
which many were misled, when oppressive Files, Hammers, .Coffee_Mills. 1
they \vcrc induced to withhold provision, which required facility of speech is like that of Brass, wood and patentCocks, ; "

their sufiragcs from this cl1tlc- Irom claimants' even where they GATED.Ferine : Anacrcon, (from whose mouth the and. a great'variety othcr'hardware"" &c., .'
were not the original grantees, I bees of mount Hymet gathered 2 cases cnrpente'sp1anes, ,.
the lust election and J'ensucola Ga tle" '-'
Hi an at vote : I 2 casks Carolina hoes,* t
to exhibit a complete dera'gument their Ambrosial Honey,) when, ,\ .,. _
'
[ have trust in' 4 casks tin assorted -
01' a stranger, we past MR. EDITOR:-Having seen ware, ,
;
,
and those who that of their title. A stili more with the .flash of angry Virtue, like Blacksmith's bellows,* rices, anrills, 1
:away ; on occa- your last, hat I intend to republish ,
r/ton contributed to deprive the important object effected by Gn.ilrrnaiiiiez I a (.omnjunication you from the Cicero he denounces Catilincs ,ofnarrower Sledgeand hand hammers, ."r :
Territory 1 the ofan able: aiui whicn ctilbrds a dimensions than their Swedes Iron, "' .. j
(' services t E.: Florida Herald of the 8ih ult.I Foolscap do.
UecUhc proof of the influence be I paperrlpping
and upright representative: cannot have attentively' read that paper. precursor. Bar Lead Gunpowder. ,
but feel desiiuub of repairing the euj-jyi'd at Washington was, his It was owing to the indefatigable
The article, which is signed "A 15 Oascs.Dry'Goods viz : :
obtaining a joint resolution of both exertions of Gen. Hernandez ,
error they then committed and "
; Friend of Florida\ is I presume Ready made clothing.: ;
we should suppose, would be glad houses of Congress, giving to the the one whkh ybu have consented that all the public property, now Domestic ticking,checks,

ofan opportunity; of rendering{ to. President; a right to treat with, and I to re-publish. I II Let us examine it ; in the possession of the City of Cambric muslins,,chintz, : '

(ien. llmundez the justice which : loc,ne the Indians of this Province, I-the wiiier we have no hesitation St. Augustine, was turned over to Fine Mjulrass handkerchiefs, t t \
is i in uch says its use" the merit of this is altogether Fine silk flag do. :
due to him from their hand* manner as he might deem in and -

and to :'accord him the SUPPol't !I, most expedient. Gon. licniundrz, I confiumce; avowing that Gen.our Hernandez hope due to Gen. H., we doubtnot Fine French cotton shawls bose, osnaburgs, do.halfdo., _

which Ms merits and foresaw that if this left but we will be able to as much for r.
talents so 1 I were ua it I our first Delegate to Congress, say Pins, needles, thread, < ,
I haJ nitherto the city of Pen sa cob, next year when Tloritla I
eminently entitle him to.Vc will been to the discretion I whose c'aimscconsiueras i Superb gilt buttons, &c. *
paramOLl't shall be Cot White ..
I represented by ,
'
brief I 101' Congress, would have 1- 10 cases black *ool hats, '
now proceed to a rc-capitu-j years e1 .
: those other and dare ;
I to ()fevery candidate we warrant our good brethrenof .
Ution of the services which Gen.1 lapsed, before the object so impor-I ; maybe supported as our i I the East that, whatever Gen. H. cOllie 2 1 do.do. beaver white do.do. ', "a !

Hernandez rendered to the Territory :{< ::.1l1t to the interests of the Terri-j I! next Representative." That Gen.Hernundcz I If not accomplis.ii during his short delega. 2 children's morocco do.

while in Congress, and we !i; tOE)", would tiave been accomplisheel. f|( has been an able and tion. Co:. W. will do for them with no less 6 trunks men's calfskin brogans, -
zeal than the Gen. himself when there
thiuk that when these are faith The grwiu: of this power to ; I feel ; 1 do. LWies'loroccO,do. I
I 1 upright representative, nodlftpusiion he will call,up those propositions of Gen.
appreciated, it will be seen that the President, was at first objected to dispute, my opinion II. which have been dropt or apparently ALSO I

the inhabitants of Florida ha\e i| t-j in the senate, hut the opposition nfhini has already been recordedin lost sight of and he will not pretend to 100 barrels Whiskey, .

been indebted to the exertions anti i i iMijjgestions I was: withdrawn on its being observed !I your Gazetteand;, though in ihipieent t : have originated what he was not the firstto 25 barrels Flour, -

of this gentleman for i!, by :Mr. Benlur, that as tne 1 point cut, but will "render unto C'xsar 2 hbds.
contest :, preference Sugar
my the things that CzsarV it with ,
are u
il!1 the l tiua:,ure hdd bre to in the
principal measures adoptedby ,I agreed i, not lor Gen. H. 1 am very willing that firm belief and with that of the devotedness 30 bags Coffee.N.H..
Congress towards the Terri to- other house, where: Florida had a ,; to repeat that it is not through of Col. White for the -xhok of our '

r.r ; md by which our best interests Dtlrgate ; it would! appear unbe unconsciousness of the. services Territory, that we persist in alh'nning our Allen. -
have been consulted und ad- preference for him. April 15,1825.Spring.
set'auud.ud inconsistent ;
to rejecti which he has rendered, or a want
tanced. Col. White of West Florida !, in I that body, where tlie Territory of gratitude for, thote services" Independence. -

in his late address, has 1 laid: was without! a representative.A but !brcau&e every adjective. however -- Goods. : .

claim to,the credit of having point- ; letter was, addressed by k'r.IleniajidfZ brilliantihe! idea,it presents I

cd out in the memorial adoptedfcv to,the land committee, may ')e, has its conVpiratiie andsuperlative pia1kwt mJ1 Q STONE &; N1S BET_ ,

:: the first Legislative Council, recommending the donation of a degrees, tfjich are su- IIAYEreceived per brig St.'Clair from
which he states to have been pimion oi' lund intermediate be- perior the positive. In point of of: : el\S\\CO\\\.
urawn Up by himself, the course : i\ packages merchandize, containing .
II iwecn IViisacoiu and St Augustine, uprightness 1 seek J for no one bet- r & >U'f handsome
a assortment of
of measures subsequently pursuedby as a seat of Government for the 1 i ENTERED.
trl' than 1 believe; Gen. Hlobe- fincy and staple articles suited to the sea. -
the Government, in its administration -] Territory and indicated April 9Schr. Amanda Malvina
the Lattiman
region MI point of ability i be forgiven son, riz : S
i of the alFairs of the Territory of country about the St. for conceiving: the may possibility Key West, Cargo, IOU bags cofl CC, Printed'muslins, various qualities, -
and since brought forward Marks as likely to afford 5000 Spanish segars,5 boxes sweetmeats, 4-4 London chintz .
a of
spot reaching to :
a superior degree. 5 boxes vermlcclla and 2 bale
and completed by the Delegate. convenient for ?; garlic to Fancy prints, chintz shawls, .
present the thus
I : .
purpose Among the Domestic offices! Stone & Nibbet-and 14 loads plantains Cambric handkerchiefs. .
It is a fact however, that I ItIe early anticipating the policy since: of to the Captain v-
our Territol'Jtht"re{ is not one Kobe patterns do.'coloured: flounce, .-
memorial in question, did not pursued on this subject. It was in which I would not contribu1eby Brig St. Clair, Dalton Few.York, Cargo Leno, book and jaconet muslin, ..

reach Congress, until after the different also owing to his indefatigable exertions my vote, to place ,Gen. Hernatldcz: i 75 hales hay, 27.packages merchandise 9-8 and 6-4 cambrics,

acts since passed in relationto that all the public: property were he candidate I Idisplay. '&'1 ton ofcastirg.'to Stone & Nisbet Muslipatum handkerchiefs! !, "
a 'but
where
; a hox'books to \V.U. Hunt and White and col'd
the had either one anda m rino & casshnere
Territory, been now in the possession of the I
eloquence rendered
half Iron and
easy tons 27 packages merchandize shawls,
%gtjcsted or urged upon the attention city, was turned, over to its use ; by frequent habit; an intimate to N II Allen Silk scarfs,do. long shawls assorted,.

Government, by Gen. Ilertandez and mindful of the interests of the j' knowledge of ouriinsthutiousjof every 13.-Schr. Thorn Day, Neu'-Orleans, Coloured lace scarfs and h'kfs, ,

while many other useful poor, he madeapplication\ to Congress department of those institu I 'Cnnsignee* of Cargo 1.*. Hasquier, J. C. & Silk hose white' and col'd burdered

Ejects which he also brought for- to remit the conditions on'which lions, and a personal aintancc C. C. Keyser, and the Captain. cravats i
>ard, haveve been acqu Schr. Tom Shields, Forsyth, New.Or- Printed and white:Marseille* ,
regret to say, the leases of the military with the men who direct
those d' Blue
leans and ninkeens
Consignees Cargo, N. H. Allen yellow ,
,
dro4M fcer or apparently lost sight of reservation in front of the fort and partments, are among th e qualifications S'. Patterson, F. Pasquicr, Capt. Forest, Linen Drilling with col'd silk:stripes,
he ceased to be a member of lines, had been granted by the indispensably! requisiteA3 J. C. & C. C. Keyser and the Captain. S Imitation, do.

that hodThe road bill for in- Spanish Government, soias to allow !- In the eminently diOicul t situation Urig Palafor, Fitts, Mobile, in ballast. 1 jStapenders,cotton'cassimeres,'

Uance, originally introduced by the I persons planting the same, of De CLEARED.April 7-3 Irish Lawns;
legate to Congress I S2it .
Gen. Hernaudez ; 7-8, and 4:4.Irish linens. in whole and \
:, contemplated the to build upon and improve their without hesitation they arc beyond llth-Schr. 'BacheJo", Pla, New half pieces,

opening of a route, from tle river lots.-This application we believe, 'the attainment! of our ni osi reiliect- Orleans, Cargo bricks by the master. 5-4 Irish sheetings,'.linen damask

Mary's to Augustine, and: has not, been. since followed up, or ed fellow-c1tlzenJen. H. td' whom 13th-Brig' St. Clair, Dalton, Mobile, 3-4 do. diaper linen tickings, "
frcm thence south to the Musqui- attended to ballast. Ladies'cotton hose, assorted
,but it neatly concerns the ofour is ,
to,including also a road from 1'en- the interests familiesin practice Juoguage I 14.-Schr. Harriet, Campbell,Ncvr.Or- White aud coouredcotton. fuJI hose,
ttcoU to St. ofmany poor perhaps foreignas| his. heart and : leans, Cargo, 86,cedar:logs by the Master. rubbed white, 1 -do. ,
Augustine. Mr. Her- this city. When we consider, soul Russia diaper crush, &c. !
are truly American ; and of Scti r. Aman'da. Malvina, Lattitnan, Mobile te. '
c wdez! wisely considered that the that it;was during,the,shoiTsession this, it-is believed 'I|DO body is moreimp'feBs Cargo, 261 bales cotton, 14,900 6 cases gentlemen's & boy's beaver -

*icfadvantage of East Floiida Of Congress, that$ all these important -. d than th r ,General himself Spanish segars 7 boxes sweetmeat, 10 castor and"rorara bats. -
at present conkists in its vicinity measures for- boxes vermicelli, 3 bales garlic and 1 box AND IN STORE,
t vere brought .
much
so so, t atit, may fairly '
j the old or Atlantic States ; and waid and put in a train tOt be" :acted -: be doubted, upon calling mind sewing silk by the captain. Gentlemen's Ladies' boots .am .,:
tti&t.i facilitation ( ARRIVED. shoes,assorted, .. .
--of our inter- upon ; we cannot hut admit, : his declarations, in December Brown and' 'bleached S
toure with these, should 'be view- that if talents or zeal deserve, reward -! las\, while at Tall! lassee) whether April 12.-Schr. Harriet, ,Campbell shirtings an.sheetings ..
.td L S
cedar
to'the
Car logs
:1 i
AppalachicoLi, o
h a prunarr .object of I policy" ; ; if useful' services .call for it 'is with I his owr pure consent master. J. Plaids and stripes checks,dowlas, --:
ob'e this constituted the main gratitude, and acknowledgment Osnaburgs,blue aad,brown domes + 0
some that he 'is brough forward asa U. S.Transport Schr.,Surprize,:Wilson,
theltt} of lhe bm he introduced on from th'oee to whom hoeI I candidate. Mobile..- POln\. .; .. and a variety goods,stout ofoth'erdryood.for negro clothing, ,

111 Ject';. Jet strange to relattt, '. r"icesv re rendered ; the claims'. The ":Friend, of Florida", says,' -- SAILED., S Superior eld:Madeira Wine,in bottle., '

'tri L1Ilhly important fcaturr\Yus. of Gcn..Heinandez; are,paramount that the-\ett1or1at nrritteh. .by :Col. April 14th-ScIuvThorn, Day, Mobile Madeira, Tcnerifle ndTce.t, t'S ,.
I ?:?Qou' by,our: those of' other candidate : 15th-Schr.\Tpni/Shields, Fonyth Winejri qrcasks. __ J .,., *
': Prc8enl Rep reby to every ; .White, in Sept. 22, II' did : not, q %;10; : ? # ;
and '" New-OrJea l VMI Mobile. .- '.,. .., '
.
PI. the'! act since and we are unwilling' to believe reach :Congress, until ,after the 'S : -" : .' AND c "
'U. 61Mobilel'oint. Scurf
"Wilson ,
nr3thIiImor Transport Stftyrize; AgOOdase fAroceries. r-
han the road that '! of tbi Territory different'actlt-ain ; ..
thepeople' in rela- "" ,
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.z.'ruif till OrttaMtltd Tree*, LIST of Letters remaining in the S200 REWARD. punOanc dla1r, 1 Jars lOJlJU do I I J 'UA VUhiccrnapletrd ,- -> -l. j'
Officeat'Pensacolaon the ident *t the United tat. ; .' -
,. that a this. paper-and;baricj: r,
bake 1",
1P1Wmc Slit March\_ 1825 whicbif* w .Gttakef"* t. r o-tA5 i J PcuY hereby declare leurmbcheJdatthcLajdaTAXuaassKX aad y wpubr Office tainiB? it',tfeas, far1.' .\.' -

0 out. within three months"will br in.FJorida .on third than fias .ew before roil '.1-
,
PHOPWKTttR of lie.Uflwaa Rctanlc forwarded to the General- Post- Office \ ; QLriA.YION., Monday of May-*e.xt,.for the disposal' of otntucencee m osnrn aft -, ,.11
otfetsto the undenlgned finds it .t
the
>s dead Iclters viz:
the followinglands .
.
'Sfts hire lately cell : !
ks two
trabBc hiatttrual\tty ezteAUre'collocxibit A. U7 cf 1, crest of us 1'J'to calI O Lis frentb
Lieut. "E. H. Alexander, !c numst1nCCS which Township J, south Sangc "tM1 .
Of Frnt ahd -"Ornamental V cored citizens for.such additionJtri ,;
Thomas Arnot. that the same the Meridian Hne. '
f 1ftft. Shrubs and lead to e'suspicions, do do prospects oftL T t
Flowering 1 .
,land 2 north of Ihs i
ge
is of the utmost
it -
and
BSamuel Barker, Lemuel not asadental, as warrant Lira to expect.I t l-
1' t.' Plants, Bulbous Flower roots, -ere Fractional do do do do i r'. t
if evil disposed per.
and near one thousand specie Bruce, John Bryan,James O. Baxter importance abouUhe, that they Township 1,south J,2.35, cast. I The first owners of tireexpedient _'_
ants i City,
t of Green House Plan:* among which are ,R.3. Bradshaw_ mrs Bright are!\ Therefore 1 and 2, north J,2, 3,4. & 5.Fractional to abaudcn tlr- ,
D : thr tltirc,the Cinnamon, the Coffee, the Patrick N. ,Brinson, William J. sio ld be thought- to Justice'; township 1,2,3,4, & 5. before they lad ccnplst .- :

I;: Green and Rohea Tea the Black Pepper, Barren, Thomas'Broxson Wile y I A..tlEWA.R v OF The-sale.mill commence with the low, t O't avohrmc,-and in ;
I &.&c of mtuch be I I
Catalogues may of section Uroroship, and! it lingered out
est number successors tti
em by call rg on the Editor of this paper Blount, Geo, _M. Brooke 2, F. W. .00: : HollarsbWreby range and proceed in regular nurocncal i they also gave it up as a :.
.
., Col. R. ButltLi J. R.
agent for the Proprietor, who will Brady Qt. order. Tlie Iaw2 reserved by law for t- It will not therefore_bo con '

tcrward promptly any orders left with Blaney, H. M. Brackenridge 2, for the the use of schools, or other purposes,vill Won that, Laving CO uzr I :;;

.him Oct. 24 S3-tf. Francis Bouquie S, J: Bird S. cAnvktfonvf y oTered any ptrson apprehension or persons ifsuch be excluded from the sale. (hers with a very small number, f., \_ _

Bro'bing. therebe,iho may have been, either : Given under my hand at t beC bens and an extremely 1i
NOTICE.Thorn
C.-Capt. Isaac. Clark 4, John directly orindirecily, concerned in *'d- \Vaslingtonthe 26th &h0I1l' gab! ;
T **Cominyns, "\ In the Superior Carnochan, James Caliban, E- fully occafonmg the late distinction of day of Jawuar\,1825. should need the most_ciEcieupatronage :i
iionroc. of aH these oredti4'J10wltdge \
sunixingtx'lrof the Ja
esJ J of or
fire or persons
Chambliss James Col- buildings iy any person
tab-,of 1 homaa ComI I Court for the phraim {. vbofiereafter be detected and the importance, tatbe

: rr.yns deceased, } Tile, Ueut. R. D. C. Collins 3, cctnvicle* of an attempt may or of being pri- By the GEO.President GRAHAM, of such an undertaking.

i'y ". j Western DUVrardsco *-, Mr. Colt en, Joseph R. Corlis w|to anf attempt,to set fire to aft) building ('otnmssionerafhe GeL Land office. The Editor, aware of the _

MaximsHana J Micajah Crupper, D. Campbell, .roiber property feloniously, ,-uiua materials of which .new. .cou '
t De St. Maxent. that of no.id .
WRIT cf attachment has been T. C. Clarke, J. Chimney, J. Col tht&nlts ol the City of Peusacola.Given COURTJletten usually composed, and as. tbae is t
this SUPERIOR
A under my band and theLiitmttj one press in this part of the T
1 : day obtained in the above case, re- stoneD. teal of this 1b}c ratty,at the has endeavored to .maintain theimputWity ._
or FlQrit.
: t\Mr.nb to the him Term 1825 of said' Of she Dutrict
-William Drnmmond Henry
'' Court. -;1,. t. City of Pensacoo tins in relation to rT1'J
D. Davison, Capt. William -MNM 5ih day of April 1825. John Innen.t culated to awaken the asperoes of
.
+ ,.1 Thomas Commons, Darrock, Nancy De Camp, DavU : John Jerrisou. Jan>es :To expect to please all would_fee n)
.
; Surviving Err &c Daniel surr.ving t&l I pcsterous as to endeavor to.tiiet _
Dr. S. (;. J. Dc Camp
i: March Tth 1SC5-1-6t By |the Mayor, of the firm of into subjection or to control hr

4 Q Alexander Douglass, J. DstrseyS.E. N. S. Farmantier, Forbes & Co. as- -rrD'" of the winds. Our columns bi-c"

lPttrAREHOU8E. .-.Jacob Elviuston Da'id |, Secrrtary.Temicajof r. si ees of Mhchel -YA'I" if ,tree and open to useful cZsets_fi

, E Evans, T. Edwards, W. EdwaiJs.F. Nephew &Co. I very kind tnch has been vindsi
J I
? : o. 4 rjl.VjTL-ST. JltEJrjtl.E..l1rs..C.HOTCHA7SS .-Samuel Fry, Benjamin Foster Florida, n. I falsehood refuted and where ,. .

tM.: D. 2, Dr. Clement Finlay, Robert > Cfimty Covrt. MHlan de la Car may have been in error, it hiss '

5 f ,; m AYIJCG opened as above "ill have i Forbes, T Fain 2, Benjamin Fen County of Escarobia,jOctober re ra been our deszre to be corrected .>
.1 Ter 1824.OK Whilst with the ch
constantly tmliand, direct from the!1 NOTICE we utmost
: naan..factunin Penas Jnn a..ork.' nille, J. Truman.G.JOILioD motion of Adam Gordon Esquire, puMish the production of those

." C't'nt'C1icut card- )Ia..arehuctts, an ex- S'oryloab Gaines, i [ Attorney for the Territory of IS HEREBY GIVEN, That suit bets diS'er.(rum us m opinion, we do.not

'' i ttnsi\e assort rtrent of P">cr of eveny description William x rl 1. Gaguey, CharlesGallaher. rlon&a ORDERED, That a Rule be en- een the said parties is this daj instituted sitter ourvrff deprived by our

comprising the following ; ered against the defaulting Grand and I and a writ of attachment issued against station of the same con.iton pri -

Rural, >lecnPrir.ting, "e&t Jvrtrt to appear the next term of the property of the D-f nchIJt. expressing our sentiments- on szibj

j;' fine and coarse Fool ; ? .if all kinds William lower Joshua Harley, aaveivhy they should not be fined fur 7 '
,
+1' .Amiqual.ties ; I): uhlc upon it as one of our most i&*era it
Post, XlcJtum and Royal coVwircil Pper \\ in am Hollngsaorth) : Libbius :hcirj said dciault; the Grand Juror in : ttomfy or PP1fs. ties* to advocate such me: : sas
.he sum.of FiflfGi each, and the Pensacola, March 25, 1S25S fit. -
fcr Punters; Bonnet Boards blue, brown Hunter Romulus Hafkins, Joseph ceite toe interest cf our countz3unto
< vnd 4iite binders and bandbox boards Pzi Jurors in the sum of Tea ItoUart defend and -
; ; "to use our hu 1i'
'' _. EIut i-xm Mongers' Pamr ; Kentish cap Hall, JohnY.. Hall, Selma P. I t2.Chnd' it is further Ordered, That a i Yl8.L deavccs far tare aidvaacement of '

: atxi wrapping paper of all kinds Port- Hall.J. 1. cojj i I of the above rule .be published in can principles wauuut regard to Ue-
the Pensacola Gazette, six u eeks successively. : Far pu1J ling ct the Seat cf Gctertaeas
tree
and marble of indirUlu
and .
paper; placing .-Charles S.V Jones, Demsy I grazlJizemert *** or tzar
blank cards-of every kind; ruled paper 'Jones, John B. Jackson, Andrew I A true Copy trom the lhccord, .r F bona t "f r--nl"-.. .,
r of various kinds and sizes &c. &c. Attest
,a < Johnston R. Johnson S. John- A Weekly News-Paper, -T ere is_now a prospect of matbeing
{ kff" AH the above named articles will b e ,.I i John Miller, Clk. opened and pox-offthrougti -
t. kept on land, or procured to meet the ro EE ENTITLED TEE
\\ Hasell Hunt of -
demand. ston.K. by D. c. portions otn- Terriiorj1settlements '
Michael alias ""
.
Kennedy SOT'26th,1S2 1Stf.. TI o i d\.nte.lligen +er.I are forming tiistjn-i!
' + BLANK EOOKS. O'DoIJ(iy l John Kelly. both! for intelligence :.nd iDG1hn.

'.,, .r A large as :; pn cured direct from an extensive nunu i 1! rocs .!lir in the laudable design of :, with the CD &tIt cf t i
+;!') ;,.::. factury,always on hand together with c- -little! Daniel Love, A. Lo>:, Bru- $ hereb\f gh en,TTi&t at the next term 5! diffusing p local and general intelligence among uti c; and the pretentious of thse

-'t.:: ven- article an the Stationarv" line. j&niin. Lanier. of ore tton.the OunU Court, 1 will the dlirens of this young and frost solicit their sufirages, that s? u

!1'':::.'','1' Boor :Nathaniel Mixler, John present the accounts and vouchers, and riiiun* Territory the Editors feel that selected to ft'p: > it tltem as beststaTid

:',, : D. c.H. being concerned in pubftsiting Me, Anhur, Peter Miichcl, Robert make a final settlement of the estair c4 diffidence and embarrassment, which always Kerr tats, and w&o will
J icob O teal late of Pensacola, deceased. the most credit on the ,
* attend the commencement of country Far
: "North
: .
books the ward, ,has in store Me Do well i, Lieut. Govemeur everjenterprise "
James Carr. ,the termination of which is involved purpose,the Press :f conduced
t
.1 an extensive collection in the various de .
Morris s Lieut. A. Me
"t1: George '* paitauty and used with digciSed
of futurity.
in the uncertauities
<. of Utcrat iirc; particular+ Jv Feb.25-51-tf. 4drrunsnyaar.STONE j '' .
!:Y.JI E,: f"School & Children's iBooks, Calls I Andrew Mitchell J. Me |Vet feeling solicttous to be useful to the i ness and moderaiUrc, is a powisirumeiit. '

! Call, John McCullough, Robert : !communhy, they avail themselves of the I We lest u&der a Tree

1,;. i t His stock.m be re t\1en sbM by the McKinnon, P ter McCa&kill, D. t & MSBET. present auspicious period, in the infancy I mrni; and to maLitaon our
;. eart e>>t coorcjances,and libraries coui- knot. t b..
ledge muss :0r
AlcAnhur B. I3 AYE receded Schr. Caravan I of a new aid growing" ccur.tnr. tc sot h i
H. McKm- per I
.r;_ try merchants and jteacbers can be Moody,
'., sup. from New-York and*re non open- the patronage and support oftLe citizensI r without being tuEp.t ed ha erri
. L sired (\A the snot reasonable terms. zee, l..CF.. Miller, A. McD&niel, I 10te l ihwt.T. '
, ,-, mwon ent of goods siuted" I the interior, to a e1L'-Pa u the importance t,. Llesijngsof _
Orders for Type, from the extensive Joel A. McDavid. 10 the season, viz : and utility of which If propery i:and mcrsil ignorarce is tlte z iotrans by\
t r fomwiry of (: orjye Bruce* New-York, William fine :knives scb- conducted, no one will be disposed to) and those who *ii2its support;'
N Norwood M. T package cutlery, ,
f
v rt! be rrceivcu !n D. C. H. : imacriouseamen:v1J s'a.s
.antl question.The ,
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wares, ,
sots c plated
vii Xichalsun. :
1X:I1 Skrn'and kinds *
printing Ink .
ardFe ia.
2 cases G&nber' boots fine calf Brogans resOTTces of this deBjlitful section vur 10. put down a free
for s. aeS )n-, ). Officer ;
s ____ l commanding at >mad ladi s. slipper. of the country, hs con:g uity to the Gulf s4 but in cur cctasi wt.Lre

J. S2ilnu'S Puua.A.Lif Cantonment Brooke S. 7 cases oenS and box'& hats assorted, Mexico, and to a fine back country DOf I.50..rhi _nsp-caole end iWb :

P.- James Porto, William 1 case flannels kerseys and fehings nrgia, as alai hs ccncnd situation, trc ;i :le cf intcrmation Cannes a3.l!

:!' In:ratbiicriSer. .\in1(1 SC'Utilt' I fleers, i.u-ui. John Page, Lieut I 1 case stout knit hatfbcse,etts k caps, spire the pleasing expectation that it will tiiH general and bbervl support.Tojtlisse -i

l r lhroO'. of lanzsaat: r cfJthr&fds S case>cloths and \nrrrrs, atoned, become a place of considerable importance who are acnauTilcd wll

;" .' J'r'qmm. :, b., nw a supply oh hand f-c I Themis Payne Jr. Lhiri) Pindar 1 case mixed and blue saOtinctu, a&Mirted ,as well as the centre of refinement paper, it is unaece&.:ry to say;mer _

L ss3. 1h". reduced the jince turns 53 5, (on. bid Pr ner, Joscpur zindsaence in Florida. totimgg wLo are strangers to lia ,

-_ 50 to S : 5o. or b\ the dc:en &-. I arfciuscnN illiam Powe.Q 4 coses ready made clothing, superfine 1 The ..IszLL rwza: itdesi i. we hue pursued, "e add a few'w -

, '",. All ccs T'ifchJc. tnsiJtuUcns in \nc Vniu-d .-Miguel Qui;gUS.. blue, nlack and colourcti anus, do. ed to be a vehicle of local and We shall suffer no exertions of o'txii

r i i 4 Sicrti' UM. poa: will be supplied p-a_ 'R -Juan A. Russell, last: &s frock coo.milia.'% mxrd da. blue, fornrttion, and accessible to all ', rafn-I tip >r in enter give to our paastfls.
.', r, tk I black and coloured coh ale casa vrho u sj- be desirocs of discussing mDfam th limits 0 oridsii _
I;'. '' ?t"th i citire ns of he principal cities and Russ, Ttjomii Ru s, Ben&ldutntiuv mere pantalooni, sarunctt tlo. &ik, of a pubV.c nature, o: of camauinKatirgscientitc l psi: 5iad in these c itin i o
towi> %oil! &-I'o uat an agent, to order an i 5. Duijjrl Lc Roy k Cn.t I cles th1
and researches tcr pubbc-uoc
t tnihneU ca *:me v \ests, fcc.kc *t literary essavs.liut entlessaeij
fi'd!:J. 1'i hute ,\is Q', cint"totbe poor,it uili s Siephen R.y;ntler*. Eduard A, 5 cases fancy good prints, cambnc, all persoKj and int"idiousPU.1 on,i! omit tioi&bic; waicb cavt>eof peci&aj

r. 'I ell l 1 1 rled3. t ,>inMin 2, 5>. Uou,s, John is. fey robes bnen cambric cavat every dvers"y of attack on plicate character teresd to lie friends of our-Teri &
'lH Medicine is e1'b'.d f II
"' r the Robms.S. 1 fnr 1-i*zp linen*bom'*ize c>i a ottca.eu's sbill be suppressed. I Onr tsb.li -v :r be prostituted Wk I Ipurposes
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following nt ha
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1t 11)Onabtf' ChbIk Tlns is IID:to he devoted of- kehood and dfzn
'J ; or t't, *%crap ulccrji'cd or :-.Simpson k Smith William I II. I C to any I
t i': ; putridlijtciisos. oewmisnt ;:i waked T Se:,Ladi&sii:b. s, bract I di zii or to subserve the purposes ofa fad and\r aile wr shall pay tai sthctsst 2
1 t3 L t"t ttretimrti.f Cciac, bii er, Alexander Scott Jr. a f
I. 5, n..c., twr. to Uud oite or dr precwic another. to lite feelings of indirsdusls, soourdiity
i I. ". "tI "n.h white -'".hn; auu:' Jatnt's1. Shit>c 2, AlesandrrSji5 I 3 hales low price shirtings, Tae ferhnps ofeveryinJjviaual,froiitliehumblest t uill permit, trcbe slr.li a.h.sI
d at tlu jieiui ail -
t t xsrs cam grnr Szititi, \\ 11u.am Cromwell 1 csie good -u 1k 10 the moJt ex t.i, should br I T the CWIC'ofT:1.u at9.'ali x, i.Osiu _
H n.l 1 .bran Uk'co''oti'J" 'arar dcte and
!f ; d.roi i
.' \ ; 1U:dtxr> c rnrt ,h jtri ng in dcathtabut i J raguc 2, Lij>U R. M. SunOS C, 1 alit snvrcd.te and srcure. And the Press, i j.lrl1 : w icr
.' .t ". a variejy of ot*st roods: in s1 ci e. such a* while und:r our control, alkali recur be < 1M1fili '4-d 1.1ae1"eby.
} :e l".lrI"r.' more eeza., I timothy bwrh, Jercnrsh Ss.u2)e.)
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I : blankets, nt .' shoes, w ool li*;*. cotton dtp to the sacrile cus purpose of j W. Haseli Harf.1u
: Sop.1.; or xfjc-otion arming tacre- Jacob ,
Smith ArcJj bl., Smith ,
n.illr
ais : ,- : mo--.1 said rrgum secT iment;, ]
fhta- ulcer in the larynx, iwvirs kc.' j J f lxrclt; I&ct
# Ami tiiit arf-lful lhseasc occasioned ba I I). Sha.w, J. G.: Scarcy, 'WilaatnStuford \ Nov.iLAX ltL.1R., -onveneJto w engine uf domtsiic dscordaiuiinicrRaldjssestiniu c1saccs.I

.1 hag and exccscvc use of 1r N".I ; John Stz r\'t'nt. hspolitiri* ; rDzrJflys.h .
>t 'y. r c
It 4* a&o usetu) in dtscaiscs of the* recrin j aiioa>of far
a rt CtS' '!rl C.iTI'S parties as pos : .A .' DTD'n5I 5 11byn'
E 2 David i received for sale
Ticgle Thorny.V. ax the Pecsxco'
f D5'f sible. will be iI.\{> -d. ..
9 : .ttt7 err
: Mbble
1 hare bst r
t'.tnmtbt' two bad
'k year*, ,
Siore,
.-t.uule.lD nt of Big 'or The reati, and wiB
n.'Ufkf several ofrxrs p npe paper, be : iicar-ruzn:.-m ariraaat::.
an c
'pj seeing esses 1
'.o1c V ] PW Ledgers immedlsxehr I :
t HA ctrrsite ulcer, which havingre 4 t conveyed to Taliahafisre, .A1.L .x 1WiD me inxt-ai-.r._

sked previously the regular modes of \'-". nRo*er Watc s,Isiac Wells, la\ Books* {vnere one of the firm now resides,) and ate cf ;ac 1h.2cr fir tae=> atiaa

t,. n.unC'nt.e. healed by the use of ?tr David L a White Thomas J.Vvcnc Journals.fer thepubhcatssc cf the per aiuiaenced, t every .z-rgiue liJlfn s- .rssir; esdh sisequin -
as on as a suuf.ie t niche of sabdoai- 1 -
imnum I,A
-S"1.:n'a panat"'n.And 1 do hehdvt,from Fif. (
:: .c.at I base that itrill, prove a s. \ I ., Thomas- h..b t e, Blleu Lc\ Books and hers are obtained:; -chick ii is lioped and ;.and others adrerdsia by the Ia
K. WhiieS Robert ,v Wittiams expected will beic the ocuh of XD\'r. '
inli\O. ant remedy in scofuhjs,vrnerul & Chldrenrs Books. be hide ItV dsait irrh, .An a.i.ti
r, xucrcuml Ji.&rc.a$ Ci.p:. Philip '\.ager S, Henry copy CCXD12"ILJCs. i mints mnsi beon p1id fir aus'c dills

-,1 X. CHAPMAS, U: D: \Vychc, Gro. W. Ward. 1v. Hasen HunL Tise Funrnti bTn.ut"'J 1JC la ng tlteoi for rcstrana oeqoently

Ph."fnnr-tlc Iisaairrxaa4Prnairt t.r B,\' inn, Wesier. CoHn Woolen ;3. published on a large mil sheet al TiBollaTspsr ,at the option of the _'
J'irke U i .isr;!;1'ewara r.+caiir; QcI-I I.h. in adzit .AU c sir 3*Id.atTe11sg brszaK.be be".
? 2,Whiuen S M. Warren 1 annum payable e.
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k 1 batc en.p\o\ed the pa ctaa o' iir.tht. NOTICE It is necessary that this rule be icar paraiie la advance.
S' 14 in numerous instances, tr ih&., J.: K. Wilson, David Williams complied wilt and is is hoped, tlall 1 I J: D hoped that all wfao. jHnS >.

c f lass three years,and Utvc always farad in IX \V lhs1.Lieut.2. 1 ,Sbejrebygnra, That atthe hen t>:raa who sign;wiB csasider its imporantw, a i feel the Bscessajy: cf A caaip'*Bes t

t cxtixroelj'dScr.oous.eqwckuy in eomc > Jeremiah 1 attic lion,th? Coucn-Cc4 % will .M1'd"l will bei&senrdst .!the aiv:ccditjc as ibepartGu" JDPU t
cor
; f J5 stlpti. $and roercurtiS dir... I have Yancey 5,- !prrcrnt accounts and vtHicher*. and doUsc for the Err publication cf beeirtued wilJ O8Jt ciolk

t "' beiiation in pncawwocing-. a raedkine, H., l ounh.a Take a Bnal settlewedt" the estate of or trader ..emsi '] crervtwelvtTraes I tianatrons Pro ttc; v:a &*-& atli, .

,4 t, 4.I t <, ofi8CSt hLf slur. R\ Mi Mitcbd, I tiles N<%ton, ate of tens deceas fiftr cry K I, tor tJa % j c.fif = '

R. CUB SON, L D. Posj Jlfuafer. ed. Any person saitscrlbiaj aad fcc aTecopsessbEkiressrethe f- nt:5. -
pavaxj-
.1' Pea .ar f sb.r a dp fa John dc latf'
I Boa
h Pe sat a4ldatdia"lstl.a.. s1xh gal sa. J: ;
i .f lkrarJiq 4 m EiUors 'C'e : q' '1.Qlli2i.i I SUPERIOR COlX ;
t .d JOJ1K SHIKK, ('ba'itres:. F 2 bl SS-mil 'la their
tail.rra Prospectus rcspec vc ana 1! '
''i 1'h'ib..lt"lp1 Frb.l,1R..->1S lam lx Z'gCIDeA1, tD as i ism obtancs ps?ess, f acz JL.f.:,

:14 X. B. For alt at Sam hand Fvanair& N.H. A FE on Thursday at 10 X H, I nas rraay, will ccmcr patrosajpt. Oar I Jou F 1 ertic.I: .
r bet
comer of TJurd and Market Streets WIll, Cktsrs on Friday at 1 ".-M for a i r
ult
tae
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g taSrrgzS ofsubsccbszs vixb }
r : Ro1Jt.xt SUBSilJBBRs.-TlIlsAr.l low -u 'itsawrd s
Each publisher of a newspaper in thel? Mitchell. are out dei&. .

t zuted S Kaes is requeiied to pubb b U1$ Y+c+ 1rlsster %44 at s mz b tat beT_1.Jjo.L laidane III:I C?, Pits durstfthe ptei t :: 11 ,J .t,
ad itizitaent once a BMnnth tor curt JS'OTICSYS
year MrcL31 1 Pam t TafiabesseePecsacoh ,
aid rnd their accounn for payment.S1XJNJS WILLIAM, a' .
; nn .2T TxotJL
Gordon. Cr-.ae C3VEX.
i Co. : _
{ ST-"llc''sAtt V.GzT f 5 Cam: Sites L z and n oby -: & ; twrxK SJe said panics &d .

a, p & : IStiET.n. rrce a an roe sale ai the Penh t.\U ....fats r t.ae -.4.-c.3624. ,I srzh a cri of atiaciua c4 r bas z,
I l+t'ariw Sdpr. tiphk "tt 1.f i snptioip of"a 1ZIUh11Oe. razhrtts > : the paaa r. .r
a ate +nan ., sac lad.BooI Store a small sssasri '1 .
C1r.10Tk and Tom Shields; frooaCincaas D tcf ; 3 Ju Hill of Nem.-, rakeD: up by the SuVsaiters, J1.- ,! t. ,

i t 1t11t ia111JeUrr tu1aa"oQI OB flieeomom 3it nst ;f .J"o1m z
iI't, BUs.fhrnr'oT z ertar ooatrv. Quills, superiorPaper. Said aaibstoe s is 'tLc be s s free!

; w luu do. nai t9ristd iaT1 -aa.F ._ j > about 50 or 35 I .4UFr.- .. :-
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I J4il 1atd S, UI "nai i d.s
I 'I rrex Mafeiv, Cbapaian.F. I LL I .. .,
rat2-r
10ti1'tUK balk .
1 I P $ba ktttt. Seal iBg Wax 'rod Coiaxnyns_ 'fj "Isays t2as be beF.S.C -'I W.. HASELL f Jt!!!

tlo f SO 'bU'dlaa () Cugo Ccrutc3lts, 18 ido-. lr U7JU.b" II .:
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.s .' Sht iacm; tieztrtt>cBcs ,zw:t1aat ," ..m-'J"

1 ;k &*s4. will BUIlt.I lt .j.. nut_antra_ .-a.l to aii11. iittmx Ifr.l mat

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