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 23, 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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i (jVo .. 1L ".. PENS CLA, ,SATORPAY,. APRIL. 23, 182 !(o. 7.
; :'laws' of the Utiiled Slates.BY 'however, That no one of ,saidCommis'sioners the rate- of six and a fourth cents I j to the informer or informers, and j Out, in the same stoic,one thousand=
= --- shall be entitled for each hundred WO'1<... the other to the United States, and eight hundred d Dilate.F ,

to draw 'any portion of the compensation Sec. 13. And be it further enacted may be mitigated or remitted, in or the light vessel to be placed

hereby allowed him, ex That the several sums, of money manner prescribed by the act, entitled in "Albemarle, SQucd,.,.n the Stateof ,'
cept on showing an actual and hereby 'appropriated, shall be An actto_ provide for mitigating North-Carulin a;a- sum not exceeding '

y faithful performance of the daties I paid out of any money in the Treasury _. or remitting the forfeitures five thousand five, hundred

required of him. not otherwise appropriated. penalties, and disabilities, dollars. For replacing, the buoy 1 s

\ bee. Q.Atid be further enacted, Washington,March 3, 1825: Approved. accruing in certain cases therein at Ocracoke Inlet, and for two '

\ That it shall be the duty of the mentioned," passed the third day buoys to be placed I ,one at Fd.cher's: I
late Commissioners for the examination An act making appropriation to satisfy of,March, one thousand seven huh1 1 Point, and' "'one at Cross Rock
certain balances die to the Commissioners ,
of titles and, claims to landsin and Secretaries of Land Claimsin dred and ninety-seven, and made. '(.roaton,5ound, in the same state '

::. West<< Floridaand of their Clerk, Florida.Be perpetual by an act passed eleventh one. hundred. and eighty dollars.
JLVTUOlllTY.An to deliver l to the Register and Receiver it enacted by the Senate andHouse February, one thousand For"three,buoys.to be anchored "Jf ,

of the Land Office for the of Representatives: of the eight hundred. at'proper places} ,, at the entrance
let authorising the establishment of a Western Land District, Florida, United Statct Congress Approved March 3, 1825. of the Harbor of ;,
Navy Yard and Depot on the coast; of of America in PeQs. cola, in the I I
Floriila, In the Gulf of Mexico. } all records, evidence and papers, assembled, That there be, -- territory of Florida, one hundred i
Be it enacted by the Senate and in the possession of them, or either and hereby is, appropriated, out of An act to authorize and the Vessels building of LightHouses and eighfy'dollars. '
jjjht Beacons -
House of Representatives of the of ib/em, relating to said titles any money jn the Treasury, not and Monuments l therein mentioned For .the light House on Point IJ

United States ,of America in Con- and claims And it shall be otherwise appropriated, the sum ,and for other purposes.Be Defer, in the ,state of Louisiana-?' !' '
grcs assembled That the P-esi- the duty of aid Register and Receiver of three thousand '.hrre hundredand it enacted by the Senate and ten thousand dollars ft.:;

denl of the United Stales be, and to examine and decide on all eighty-six dollars and five House of Representatives of the For Completing, the work to secure 2i
be i h hereby{ authorized select titles and claims to land in West cents, to satisfy ceitain balancesdue United States of America in Congress Plymouth JJeech, in the Mate \i

and purchase a site for a Navy Florida, not heretofore decided to the Commissioners of Land assembled, That the Secretary of Massachusetts, five thousand i#
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Yard and Depo, on the coast of upon by said Commissionprs, subject Claims in Florida, ar.d the, several of the Treasury be, and he is seven hundred and twelve, dollars. '

Florida, in the Gulf of Mexico, and to the, limitations, and in conformity Secretaries, ;prior thirty-first t hereby, empowered to provide by For erecting a pier at the mouthof 4ijj:

to erect such buildings, and make with the provisions of the day of December' .onc' thousand, contract, foi building Light Houses Cayahoga River, in the state of

such improvements thereon, as lie acts of Congress heretofore passed eight hundred and twenty-four. and Light Vessels, erecting Ohio, five thousand, dollars ; and 1 i!

..%...>' jurist* nrcrsburv: fur the: accoinodulion on that .subjrct.o Approved, March 3, 1825.n Beacons and Monuments, and for completing toe pier at the :t,
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and supplj ol the U nltp.dStalts' c w' ; oJ cJ. tefterttr.r vneged. n' inn c uns. on the following mouth of Grand
River .
That the several clAimants nfl nrl '. 'l "lnt- Sites or shoals, to WIt in the
vessels of war in that} quarter \ act tour triceetrth apiii ; Z54mcZ5uur, one inoosanu 'UUII rs.
in said District, where claims have anon 10 e Pubin, 110ad from A light house on a siteon Arid for xt)
and that the sum of one hun- proper surveys, to be made
; Pensacola to St. Augustine, in t?.. 1'er- un t t
dred thousand dollars be appro- not been heretofore decided on, be i ritoiy Florida. Moose Peak Islands, in the der the direction of the President '1"

piiatcd for iTtecting that object, I permitted to file their claims, and eit enacted by the Senate and Slate of Maine ; and a monument of the United States,.for the fol II

out of any monies in the Treasury the evidence in support of them, House of Representatives of the on a proper site on Stage Island, lowing purposes, to wit : to ascertain

cot otherwise appropriated. with the Register and Receiver c.f United States of America in Congess in the same State. the practicability and necessity J"'

II. CLAY, said l> \tl"ct' at any time before assembled, That, fur the completion A light house on a proper, site, of constructing\ a pier at the .
Speaker of the House of Representatives the first day of November next of the Public Road, directed at or near the moulh of Burlington mouth of the 'Harbor of Marble- ;:

JOHN GAiLLAW, whose duly it shall be lo report the to be opened from Pensacola to Harbor, in the State of Ver head, for the security of shipping
Washington I'resklfrt: March of the 3d Senate!, 1825 pro: Approved tempore same, with their decision thereon, St. Augustine', in the Territory of mont. and also a pier in the Harbor of I'

;; JAILS MONHOE. to the Secretary of the Treasury, Florida, the sum oteight thousand A house at the entrance .of Nan- Holmes' Hole, for the same object,

.. on or before the first day of January dollars be, and the, same is hereby tucker Harbor, for the keeper ; in the state of Massachusetts, thee ,' '
next, to be laid before Congress with a tower the for tip of four
appropriated( :to be paid out of any on same, sum hundred dollars. i;
An act to extend the time for the settle, at the next session. in the lantern, in the State of Massachusetts. Approved,,March 3d, 1825. -14
Treasury, not otherwise -
of rmv&te .tool claim in tlce'I'Critory r' money
went ..
Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, I -- I
of 'iU1il\t; to provide for theproervation appropriated.
That the said Register fie Receiver A light house Dutch Island .
ut the i'uhliC Archives inv.iid I \)'ashington, March 3, 1325: Approved. on MIHCELLJ1WY.From
Territory, and for the relief vI shall have power to appoint in Narraganset Bay, in the Stat." "

John .Tohi.son. their Clerk, and prescribe his du- An act to authorize the hying out "and o- of Rhode Island ,; and a small beacon the JVeio England 'armer.
"Re it enacted by tie Senate and lies, and who shall be allowed, in : petting of a Public Ro\d from the St. light on Wary virk Neck, in A AYonderfui Escape.

House of Representatives of the full compensation for his, services,, Mary's River, to the Ihy of Tampa in the same State. Dear Sir-Having lately read

Lnitrd States of America in Con- the sum of eight hundred dollars, the Territory of Florida. Three small beacons at the en. in your paper' a very affecting account -
gre&ts assembled, That, when the and said Register and Receiver Be it enacted by thc Senate and trance of Mill River Harbor, in 11 of person liberally! :

Secretary of'the Treasury shall: be shall each be allowed the sum of House of Representatives of the the State ot Connecticut. ed, who fell a victim, to
satisfied that John Johnsor., of In one thousand dollars, for the performance i United States of America in Congress A light house near the Fire Island rance, I send you an :1
diana, did enter at the BrookviileLand of the duties required of assembled, That the President another
I Inh!:l, on the south side of person the authenticity
Office, in said Sate, the east them by this: act,,which said several of the United, Stales be, and Long Island, in the State of New of which may be substantially relied ; ,
half of the northeast c3vction F of shall 1 he is hereby, authorized to causeto
quarter sums money be paid r P York ; and a light house on Stony on. Permit me'to introducethe
thirty-five, and the west said and Receiver idf he opened, ,n the Territory of
Register a: Point, instead of Verplank's Point, person to whom I request your i
half ft f the northvest quarter o their Clerk of in Florida, a Public: Road, commencing
any money as heretofore directed, in the same attention, by the name of W-. '
section lhil't '-six, in township seventeen the Treasury not otherwise appropriated 0 at the Bay of' Tampa, and pursuing State. He formerly resided in a town in ,

north, in range four, ea t, whenever the business isf the moqt direct practical i A light house on Cedar Point, the western part of' this state
Ijy mistake, instead of the cast hal: and the route to 'V nldn's, in said Terri
completed, report approved at or near the mouth of Patuxcni Here he married young lady who, 't":
of the southeast;( quarter, and the by the Secretary of the Treasury tory, and thence, pursuing the River, in the Slate of Iatylandtand lived in the same town. He soon
test hall of tint bouthwesl most direct ana practical route to
quarter a small beacon light on PointLook perceived he'mat1 too free use of ;
of the sane scclions, it shall be Sec. 9. And be further enacted, Coleram, on the St Mary's River Out, at the mouth of Porn ardent spirit Believing he could

lawful fi.r a I pul .nt lo Ire issued lo That the President of the Unite Sec 2. And be. further enacted, mac in he same State.A not succeed in his business, which I

the said John Johnson for the two Slates be, and he is hereby, autho That the President be, and he is light vesselfor Albtmarle was that of a physician,* unless he

J last mentioned half quarters, so wiz} d to appoint two officers, to be hereby, authorized to employ the Sound, in the State of North Ca- relinquished the practice, he removed i
iUltt.c1t'( to be eft-rid, on his rrJ called llhc Keepers of the Public troops of the (Jniled States, stationed tolina, to be placed either at or into a neighboring Stale
J li'.quishtng :o tht- United Staleslis Archives in the of Florida in Florida) in such manneras "
Territory near south point of Roanr:>{e Island where he was a stranger. There
: interest in, and surrenderingli ; of whom shall his he may think proper, in the
keep !I or at the end of Wade'sPoint he obtained business, and was so -
paten i issued for. the two firs office at St. Augustine, in East, completion, -assisting in the .Shoal, at the mouth of Pas- successful, that in the course of a
ifrntiotird i half! quarters: in sucn, I Florida, and the other at Pensaco- completion of said road.
quotank River, in the same Stat e. few years he was able to purchase, '
manner as sl al!l Le directed 1 Ly the la, in West Florida. Sec. 3. And Del further enact d,
l A light house on Point Defer, in a farm and so much other property .
Secretary of theTreasuty.bee. Sec. 10. And be further enacted, That, for defraying the expense of the State of Louisiana. as placed him in easy ctrcumstances. > -, .
2. ::::d be further enacted, That the said officers shall each opening said toad, the sum of Sec. '2. And be farther enacted About fifteen years after f

That the Ctrn11is ion rs appointed give bond anti security in the SUIT twelve thousand i dollars be, and That there be appropriated!, out of his removal, he returned to his cup.

to ascertain claims and titles lo of twenty thousand dollars, for the the same is her'b), appropriated, any money in the Treasury, not otherwise with eagerness. Upon this his r
lat.ci in Lfts: Florida, be, and they safe' keeping and preservation of to be paid out o{any money in theicrwiseappropri appropriated, the following employers forsook him, one after
are hereby: authorized to continue the said Treasury, not otated. -
Archives, and furti _
t e sums of money, to wit : another. His property diminished
their] 'session until the first Monday i- faithful performance of the duties 1 For a light house on the Moose' -his debts increased-one, writ -

January, one thousand; eight of their respective offices, and the Approved March 3d I 1825 Peak Islands, in the State of followed another-till at length he,
hundred and twenty-six under the translation of such of the records I Maine four thousand dollars for reduced
rendered him
same laws, oidinances and An act concerning wrecks on the Coast ; was so as
regulations and documen's
as aie hereinafter I "ofF orida. amonument on Stage Island, one unable to provide for his family,
heretofore established for 1
provided f>>>I',& shall each receive a I Re it enacted by the Senate and thousand five hundred dollars) ; and to clothe them comfortably. !

their governirrn:. salary of five hundred dollars, to I House of Representatives B of the and for placing a buoy Winter One day sitting in his house. he t
Sec. 3. And be
it further enacted,, be paid quarterly from the Treasury United States of America in Congress Harbor, in the same State, fifty looked at his wife, and was deeply* a
That so much of the act entitled"An of i
the United States.
assembled; That, if any ship j dollars. affected at her appearance. He
act to r:;tend the time limited Sec. 11. And, be further enact d, or vessel shall, after the passingof For a light house at the mouthof said to himself What has brought

for the settlt'm'fnt of private That the said ofiicerb shall cause this act, be en jagtd or employtransporting Burlington Harbor, in the stale me to this ? I cannot bear ititis
land claims in Florida, as renders to be made a faithful and complete e ed in carrying or any of Vermont, four thousand dol RUM 1 I'll never'stake a drop .
void all claims to land in said translation and record of all the
property whatsoever, taken from again. But I have drank so long, ,
Territory, not filed! on or before Spanish records and documents any wreck, from he sea, or from lars.For the_ keeper's house at the if I give it up immediately, I shall .

the first day of September, one delivered in (b)') them, and having any of the keys or shoals within, entrance of Nantucket Harbor, die. Then I will. die. /

thousand eight hundred and twentyfour relation to land claims derived thc jurisdiction! ; of the United with a tower on the same, in the From this time he relinquished ,

be, and the same is hrreby from the Spanish and Briiisn Government ; States, on the Coast of Florida, to state of Massachusetts, sixteen the use of ardent s Irjts. For a

repelled'laims and it shall be lawful for *, distinguishing & keep : any foreign port ; or place, every hundred dollars. few' days he experienced.i pain indifferent 1
to !he filed! before the Hoard
Commissioners in East ing separately those whica relateto : such ship or vessel), so engaged For a light house on Dutch Island parts of his body. Note : :
Florida grams made within the district and employed, together with her,. in Narraganset Bay, in th withstanding, he adhered to leis '
time November prior to the first day ()f of Baton Rouge, Mobile, tackle, apparel anu furniture, shall!l State of Rhode Island;'three thouJ resolution., After a short: time,his -i

one thousand eight'andred 1 north of latitude thirty-one and be wholly forfeit, and may be sand dollars ; and for a small beacon appetite for food returned" and J

Sec. twi-nty-five. those made within the present him seized and condemned in any_courtof light on Warwick Neck, in gradually increased.! His: counle--. 1
Thai 4. And be it further enacted its oi Florida ; a. complete descriptive the United States I or 'Territories the same State, one' thousand dol!- fiance changed, and he g4ve./more
there shall be appointed twoJjWUional list of each of which translations ) thereof, having competent ju lars. and 'more.evlderice",of'a reformation. '

Clerks to the Board of and records( when completedshall I : risdiction. :, For three small beacons at the .. One and,another ofhis former -,

Commissioners o of East Florida: : be forwarded to the Secretary ; _Sec. 2. And beff further enacted, entrance of'Mill River Harbor, i in patients employed hirp.; Hit \

each of whom shall! be allowed"Csum of the Treasury, and the said : That all property, of every description the state of Connecticut, two thou business, ." increased" '-in" the, .course'
to > of seven hundred dollars, officers shall severally, be entitledto whatsoever, .which shallbe sand six hundred dollars. ot.a few years he .rccpv, t' rei"apart j

''"? Pd* quarterly by the TreaIhe receive from the Treasury of I taken from any,! wreck from the For'-a light house- ,near'Fire Island of ,his :former 'property, ,'anibecame

United Statts.T.Se the United StaU-s, on the completion sea, or from any elf the keys and ) Inlet, in the State ,of't, New- .. a useful and, respectable r

5. And be further enacted, of the work,, a compensationat shoals within thc'; jurisdiction of York, a sum not exceeding ten; ,man." .
oat.fach, ofI uinmissioners the rate of ten, cent for each' .! I the ,United States, on the Coast of thousand dollars; and. for the lighthouse From :the, above account, it 'appears t
c PP ln fd for t /t'xamillation of hundred words by them translatedand Florida, shall be, )brought to someport heretofore directed to be : ,it is not an impossible thing;, t
at the{11\1 Ita East Florida, be allowed r cdrded. of' entry within JJle' jurisdic- built on Throw's, Neck, and. for for an intemperate person -to reform !
per rate of two ihoiisand collars Sec. 12. And $c it further enact lion< aforesaid. the 'site' thereof in the same state,' -that. thefa'if not. only "

. tt annum, in full for theft; '*ervlTiJlt7 .. ed. That the said. officers shall Sec. 3. And be. {(further, enacted?, seven thousand tlollars. method,such a person caa.adopt.is' : ..

he t tJ laid quarterly) ,at the make out and'' deliver' individual 1 That' all and, eve *y' forfeiture ', orforfeitures' For a 'light hbyuse ,on Cedar i relinquish'J \ ,the: .use' of a d;ant, ;' '

of a wry orIe, :United i "States,bull applicants, copies or translations which: ,ball.'be incurred ,Point o the State,of Maryland ds spIritaTrirtfYy.. /Thbafefi, :some r .
'Ifcrm011! r in the Treasury not of'any documents in'their, said, offices by virtue" of tit '.cp rovtstons ,ofthis "six"thousaud dollar and :for a 'addicted/to intehip nuice, may13uppbseiheirutrei : .

appropriated, Provided, ,' on belnS"pttd for the a Vame' at J act,'shallaccrue( one moiety small beacon' l Ufcht, on' -!-Point Ul ot(, >utatt6rf 'gone'-

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r', J: laic in fine .health We learn from a source entitled I assuaged. :Bobalina, .ihe, heroine, I dismemberment; lUrt, ,ftiT'irfHreYoJutipntee l
:? anu that. it is too: .thi'eform'r!hey ore all perfect, "-'
.. vessel mentioned 4rho .fqreaHime: ,"commanded jfcvjei? ;.'ifor,rtugaJ.\ .
.: in ihii.they greatly env He whoa' nd :likrlyto! do; eJl. f H f,- t cmeditkhcthe | fc ,..if'
,. :: l', abandons the practice ofimempei : The jNantucket Inqulrer'sta\e.s;" below, is the Schr.:. Florida, } (lately 1-sej agaijist the "!ruf s.. \look part Franceand_ !, ( 1Itayt, Put." tr :
1..1 .... : .and thatl r: is, 0 :with'thc Juaurgents! and. wasit' tlprfsoner'by : the .header: the, grand ,strugtle'.Q
ance, honors himself; ,and_ if he that a ; young- woman had ..beenbrought reported) : [
I t ''':: conducts himself with propriety before 'a magistrate' 'fn doubt of |he persunslthbn: the I:W ; -governmeiit cicIIIz4ibu g&iJ1st.) oar rh,,

'.. r In other respects, will enjoy the that town, charged with being a wrcck"hddng.bee saved. m ,_,, s..a.l.tbeJ.imt. Young Colo- i and thai she will command iflErope .
"I ,! j &u/zern7-'atiQt. c 'n- a< n e ? ons quencc, i as she alreajcomma
approbation and regard of the lascivious person in speech, conduct .
: : ..'1., wisest and most respectable part anJ behaviour, all of which SIipwreck.-Cait.: l\'lc ini}?? ,J- f"xc s e of.it.aq, eo\

.Jrt.l; \ of the community.Ftvm was fully proved by the, testimony of the S'chr.' Herald, arrived' at': ; ti I wh c ,
.. "'.If.: ; of divers, witnesses. God mind Providente from Mobile, reports, toIi: '; lf;was, that he bad pis I

;if" ,.. 'J the Charleston Cornier.rr the witnesses, who could prove I. that on 'tjie 8th inst. in (at. 31, 25, tolled Driest-an outrage which well comprettoided. Undoubted

General Hull's Vindicatory Lets things I long. 77, ,he fell in Wil1.the wreck roused. 1 the people against him.Pictrofleythechiefof ly, the OpposH has not failed .

i :,;f; *." tcrs, published the last year in one Business, in NeD-"ork.-1t was of a schooner, about 70 tons burthen : the 1\ta- for ten years to surround' this
1Z, ; '.' of the Boston Prints, have appeared -| l lately slated that property to the new, and full ,. 'r 'water, but nioles, had'! not openly declared against question with all the light' which

'I. i.: in the form of a Pamphlet, amount of two millions of dollars visible, at intervals, her decks var- the government, but thc Orienial now shines around it. Undoubu

t rt entitled, Memoirs of tile Cam- came into' the port of New-York in I nished, small! break to her quarterdeck Spectator represent himas I edly this same Opposition has

. ,11'J.7t: : : the. North Western Army, one day ; and that, during 48 hours both. masts gone, quarter watching, his opportunity. forced the Government it) bestir
; '" t vi 1812. The effect of 'these let- eighty-three vessels arrived there and wasie"boavds and boom painted Madrid, Feb. 3.A notice is itself the .ffairoftlme recognition .

I 14 r : tex-s at the orth,wheJc: they were from .sea. In the Daily Advertiser -' green, quarter board outside, published, to suy that, on accountof i of South America, though Mr,
published, was very favorable to ,. published in that city on the painted black with a green streak, i the state of the King's health, Canning alone reaps'all the glory

.;j,;;''; the reputation of Ibis_ unfortunate 16th inst. we counted one hundred bright varnished sides, green boot .. prayers for his recovery: will be which is, no doubt,' not a little'

; ':':l':,; officer, ;.;nd removed much of the and ninety-seven new advertisements top and copper bottom ; stumps i iof performed to-day, and the Holy from the-!stupid ,hatred. borne to

1 t1;:" t' j" odium which had ,rested upon him, and in the same paper of masts landing, all the spars, Sacrament ,will be exposed duringthe : him by ail the Cabinets of,the Con-
;;-' \. lo the shoulders of others The the 8th, one hundred and sixty- sails, Sec. lay aloag side. A number service. I, tinent. But it is equally well known
't:,'. 7 delay of the :publication Gen. Hull twoe. did not see the paper of of smill articles came out ol His Majesty: is, in fact, very ill, al Pc\e,' burgh, Vienna, and Paris

f fr! ., ,: attnbutes to the impracticability the 17th, but have no doubt the the cabin window r among them a I and general) alarm is felt for the that the English Oligarchy is still

\. ;: : of obtaining documents from: the Jumbe.for. the three days.exceed- cane with) a silver head, a leather consequences of this illness saidto more afraid of Democratic doc

,: : "War Department, for which he ed five hundred. This is exclusive fan, a snail pillow case, some have been produced by a violent rines than the Holy Alliance it5tI(.

!? '/. 1 f has be n subsequent!) indebted to"f" ofauc.ti neers' advertisements that I chairs, an'rf' a number of other small fit of passion, into which hii Ma- It is on this intimate knowledge

.; ..1 ,, the k'ndf.ess 01' l\.r.' Calhoun. L occupy about three close columns ; articles. Having no small boat i Ije&ty I fell during A Council of State that the Cabinets found their ReCta*

,.: is some hat of an uphill task, to each, day.-J\at. Journal. I I II could not obtain any of them. Her on the affairs of Spain. Ii is reported rity, and they do not neglect, in

;i ;.: er.drj.\or to uflVcl I public; opinion j American Glass.-The Balti- : stern was i pointed with flowers that his Majesty even deplored their turn creating difficulties for

L I :;'. after il hasbein influenced by aufl I more American' mentions a curious : black and gre.cn. Could not ;-s- the sad fate whir.h had England in her own interior.It .

thority, anti confirmed by lime ; aim elegant specimen of American certain hI r name.: One hour after placed him at the head of the Go- is kr.own here, beyond a

, ,, ,: 1 but it i is t.everioo laie to redress industry and talent! from leaving he vreck, spoke Schr. vernment. lie complained bitter- doubt, lhai the Jesuits keep up 4'

!: : i ijury. \\ here it has been clone. ; and! the Jla s.mak1ng establishment of Mary, of haston, bound to the ly of having never been seconded very active correspondence wiilx

t. : : '" if il shall appear,; even a this late :Messrs. BdkeweiljPage, and Bjke- West Indies( ; informed him of the l by hin :Ministers, though he had Ireland. The ignorance and f.m.alicism .

"L'd )', tha the fall of Gen. Hull's army well, of Piu hUl: It consists of 'wreck ; h atirg S. S. W. 5 miles, selected them from the persons of the Clergy of lhat ,.oun-

;: : ivus.us u late lamented S'a'.es- cut-glass tumblers, in the bottom he stood (Tor the wreck, and soon whom he thought the most attached try are a powerful lever, in the

PI HI of South Carolina, pronounc- ,of each of which, by a very ingenious alter saw li/m heave to. to him. Lastly, according to handling of which our political

"'J ... ..r, e it Bt the time, a measure- render-. procra*, is im:,rddec1 an excellent I( A. y.Com. Adv. the same reports, the King said bbes promise themselves great
': t:,i necessary by the circuiustanct'sin HUcr.ess of some distinguished Ir.trrft wft/-During( a fire which that he now SuW that every body things. They desire, with all their
: *;* I' hich: he' was placed, a magnanimous American: citizen, as Adams, Juck.sori. broke I out in a store al Sandbornv. deceived him, and that he was not heart, that England shnnlrl sarin"

; people, uiU'iejjurd Jib I-f-\\I**_ 5"r.K.. ." 'V' _r"" 'e... (: 11.). cr. the 15th ult. a !. without uneasiness t lor ins ounsaicty measures ot rigor with -espect to
4' 4I1VUI. to..Hua.'nn is, ..furnied ot a composition havingthe maim rusMin. *, the 'luuie ui me ana mat of his family. Ireland, in order to have a pretext
\ : appearance of silver, and although flam=q. and 'brought out a barrel olgunpowder Whatever may be the causes of for pushing rebellion this superstitious
J ,& From the..Montgomery tlfmWcan.7refurce pre s'uted in bod! relief, every which was under the his Majesty's indisposition, it is and brave people, wUo

t t":,> .. of good habits de crvfsattention. part of it is enclosed in the counter ; the cutsidfA of the barrel ,I. certain that it has caused great a- have always been, at all periodsin

r. .. .-M\vr vve I have prac'is- M.Jid glass, and is consequently was a'cluaily on fire. larm for these three days past ; the their history, ready to defend,

,. .... elf good nu'ciis awhile, they Ijt- indelible.loop's.- I .?V. Y. Even. Post. gout seemed disposed to fly to the with arms in their hands, their

j ,I',; : coj-ie easy, we begin 'to take ltlta. ) Fables }have recently beinturiird .-=:T2.__ __ ..- -p.p- -' -- -. stomach, but the exeriions of the religion and its minis'ers. It ito

. "c in them ; when the. plcav; us ; intoeise by Dintiin, amidst OREltiJV. physicians have arrested the pro be hoped that the British cabinet
t. vic do them frequently ; by' frequency t.i to :music i by Whhakcr TheMulliphcuiiun gress of the disorder. will defeat all these infernal pr.

of an art a thing grows into : 1 i ; Tuble will folio. + Letters from Corunna
F1o the National Iizte11i ezcer. say, that jects, by adopting, with respect too
.. a hdhh ; a confirmed habit is aj nexr-Phir. Gaz. 4W'xiC'oThe, augmentation of the Royalist volunteers there have Ireland policy more liberal, and
f \\0 second kind cf nature ; and so far The" Multiplication Tab'e has duties templated by the Mexi- been disarmed, and that the Span- more conformable to the ideas of

I as a thin*; is natural l, so far it is; long since been set to music.Dem. can cverjUTieflt on American cot- ish troops of the line had been obliged the age. The instruction of man

f:t necessary, and we can hal dly doothervvise Press. ton mmu'jJctul'es, is said to have I to leave the City for fear kind is much more advanced br

; II a yv c do! it man PAifadclJi/iia, Marca 22.-Capt. :been abandoned in consequunce of they should have come to quarrels! causing the torch of knowledge,

$L.} times._ _when_ _we__do_ not_ _think_ of__it. Nicholson j has been ordered to a represeiitalion by the Consul of with the French garrison. This philosophy, and toleration, to enlighten -
, JMJES'l'IC. lake the command of the corvetteJohn the Unitec. States: at Alvarado. operation has been effected it is them, than by precipita-

- :' 1 I I Adams, now in this port ; Post Office Accuracy.-In 1795, I I said, to the satisfaction of the inhabitants 1 liner-w them in dungeons;-, and e'iyiug

, An immense,deal of Pure Gold und Captain Dallas succeeds him a letter, c >ntaining a one pound of the town,-and without : them up to the flames- ofthe'inqur.

,,,t 1 has within a short time back. in the command at this naval station. note of the British Linen Company's the slightest opposition from theSpaniards I sition. .
L been found in the counties of Ca- .-Franklin Gaz. bank addressed their discontent
..l'.. was by a man though It may be concluded from all
: barrus, Montgomery and Anson, A man was killed in N w-Yolk, in Inverness to J. McDonald, private was visible and their hatred con this, that the convulsion of this,

:' ;; i North-Carolina. In Montgomery, on Tuesday last, by pulling downa ligh, company, 78th regiment centrated. year has only brought the establishment -;

::. ( ", a new mine has been discovered: chimney in Pearl trl et. It h thei in England. -.Before Troubles of rather a serious nature of a new transitory state.,'

::,. different from any vye have here- rather astonishing," says the the letter arrived at its destination have taken place at Grenada. : of things. This moral revolution

"a.,', lj[>fore mentioned. The Goid is Statesman, that more accidentsof however McDonald sailed for India The populace wanted to break up : has operated, through the force of

'741 abducted, from large masses of this kind do hot happen, considering .I and the letter followed him.- by force constitutional meetingor circumstances, the separation of

- ,.:.''I r.cwhicm. indicate the existence .the great number of build- From India it followed him thro' club. The soldiers instead of England from the Holy Alliance,

.' :. .. of rich und extensive mines, and ings taking down, as well as go- the. varioujj routes of his company, ; obeying the authorities,joined the by interdicting to her all communication '
; s'2'} resemble those of Peru. ingup in the city. It is impossible and came ,'pacK to Inverness about populace. Gen. Quesada has_sent in tuture with the Conti-

1 1k, .\Vp .4.1dniaid a poor man, ont to walk through any street in ten years j ago. Shortly before i a courier hither to inform the go- nent. How long will this state of
:!' : -, .". I.--,. j.dJM! the mine in Montgom- the lower part ot the city, without then, McDonald came home, and. vernment of what was )pas ing. things last I It is not difficult lo

: 't cy W.*, tkbcovered, has within a danger: broken heads or limbs, died at ochfour. There was A letter from Lisbon ufthe 25th see that it cannot be long. Each
114: fort A -tJ X.o'M. 8'( cd about a half I Horn bricks, tiles, stone and rub- therefore, fio claimant for the l letter January saysWe do not fortifies itself and lakes .
JJ1.lIdh'! of Ot-'i'J, \' nouniing to bish, continually falling about ourears and it returned yet power posilions.
,;: was to the General observe any thing to indicate thatan Which will be the cue
J. r ... ." 'I' .t. t : this"ex notwithstanding the
" ) V.f. ? 11 uuut tat care Post Office. From that ol-
'' English division will which is forced
come to commence hostilities
'\.' i tvt'ub 1'h'l.tf'Y .. u.d rOI :U11h/ s parLouisville 'If the worknun and watchfulnessof fice it was] igain sent afu rtlie 73th
keep garrison here ? The
it is future alone
.i?; i" .'.. ti..H rJ"I' t'd,h.1: -t'iriw JI1I /. passengers. The incessant al-) regiment, followed it, and about generally rtporled. This though this. can re'eal -
...:. /' .I po y. /< b. 24, SteamJivat ieratiois( and improvements in the ten days a{>jo, was seat back after capitalis
". a. .rlctidt nt.-Du !Buildings, streets, and alloys of very tranquil,. as well as the from Pfrnambuco." This place
" I. .. Saturday night, McDonald! to Inverness, still containing rest of the kingdom but
: ,:' about 12 /;,!b( !k, th,' btcam boat New York, come as nl'arto perpetual th! | identical one pounds cial affairs- ; commer- is perfectly quiet. The trials of

: ('.ftifjjrt' V.\c'iii; > ;ton, about 30 motion as any thing which It i s now claimed by the stand." are completely at a the Revolutionary palriola are

miles >- has yet' been disco vered." (person wh despatched it, who is I commencing; four have had their
to iicr-ra'.i: : \ ran 'foul .,1'! these .Vcr. Ill!. still living'InvtrnAs', Letter from Paris Febiuary 13,1825.At trials. Three of them are condemned

<.m !bout Mechanic: cars led a* By a' Report of the Comptroller I (Scotland) Courier. length the Holy. Alliance has to be hung-two were
- way h'-:- 111 bl"d guardvhecl\ of Xi1", -Y urk, recently laid before Latest /ram Euro/ie.By the come to a definitive resolution on hung about three weeks ago-the
.-,,- huue, a uil '.... 1t'dd wels! the subject of the Independence of hangman refused to of
: S ; a par:' the Legislature' it appears that packet ship) Globe, London papers hang one
'' of th cabin. A South, America. Being unable to tneui, and he shot fourteen
black was at
the by -
man i>rbe : ppJ opriaions, in money andrtherwIse have been received, at Philadelphiato
rf-- aid was killed, the cook sovereJy made by that Slate, for the 20th of February. The find a field of battle on which to soldiers ; they all fircd twice,
and cue cubiti combat England, it has determined and succeeded ir. killing him.
IJ:1S l'nbe"s1iJjl1t- their markets
Colleges and Academies, ex- c($u inlJe to rI!lt'.
,j Jy ,wounded. The occuiitnre is ClOt cb seven hundred thousand The H|use of Commons was on excluding her from the con- "John Rodgers has been condemned

prrsu_. 'I _:" .ed to have been entirely ac- dollars. occu IJit'd on the niirht of the 18thofFebruary tinent, and closing, up to her every to death but has been recommended .
r access to it. As the troubles of
CIUl"H1.H. The schooner Florida, of New- with, renewed debate to the InrrCof the
j Query.Would it be Spain become every ilay more serious -
not well
th 1 .. Haven,, Conn. Aaron C. White. upon the Catholic Association, Emperor ; we expect news veryshortly
for the of and it is not known where "
taj&sters boats to
adopt which will fate.
founded Mr. decide his
j master, sailed from St. Augustine, on Brougham's motion -
: ; .. \ the lule observed on turnpikes,i East Florida, on the 28th of Feb that that I body should be heard the disorder may stop, the Holy From the JV. Y. Daily Mverttter.Prom .

.: f* :. and, when meeting a boat, always"keep I'uaz'fOI' Havana, IlJen11h I against the|.bill, u by themselves, Alliance has determined on attacking Scotland.-The Greenock
in its
t to the righl. Flour, Naval Stores, &c. and 30 their counsel, or agents" Mr. O'- source, and dismembering -. Chronicle of the 10th ult. per the
i-c i. J"o C'allo.-The Essex County Connell Mr Shirl) and Mr. Spain, leaving to King I Mentor, contains the
. I pas \'r.hers. On the 3d of March, Urice, Ferdinand most important
'. "Republican, of March 12, says', (being iii lat. 26 45 N. near the being below the bar for mat pur- a petty appearance of a passages of Gov. Clinton's
: that kingdom in the midst of
on Sunday last his
about 2 un-
Coast of Florida Th motion lost Message to Legislature whicb,
-, o'clock in the was upset in a pose. ? was by a dent ;
' -, %vas* felt in this morning, a shock squall, and; instantly filled with considerable' majority, the numbers it has Monarchy.been notified Inconsequence, it says, are interesting and gratifying
town to
supposed to water 21 being, for England, full of and for
i 4 Le ; passengers and one. of hearing the counsel that hope promise
an not been
earthquake. Some having able
k! it to be thunder, others thought the crew were drowned ; the remaining 89, against: it 222. The'debale, her from to prevent the advancement of human nature.
supposed confiscating to her
sixteen got on the side of as might : have been expected, What a mess (says: the edilor) ot
1 the
: at moment that it own advantage the rich
was the
rattling Spanish
$ *\ the wro'ck. Of these sixteen, six comprehended all the arguments literary rubbish of the De Lulroe
wagons on the frozen were afterwards left oh which had} been d possessions beyond sea, which School-has been the
g the wreck ably us? by exploded by
ground and form the lameNt
others thought it to when the boat loose the portion, the Holy of the United "
H! cut from ir. principal speakers on- ,both progress States.
be the cricking of ice in the lake. Alliance, on its, part, avails itself
t?') In Brobkfu-Jd the shock Amongtthe passengers, when sides, during: the former nights of of its continental force \Ve understand that several
S was much the vessel upset, were, J. M. Ar- protracted :xlihcusaion on the same take to Spaniards have recently arrived
more severe. But have possession of
we just Spain and Forlugal.
redondo, of Havana ; J. J. Rear- subjecl. here from Cuba in
j-141} learned from In consequence'of
; the town of Lewis, The execution of this design
don Archibald Nicholson speakers the
and on question establishment of Military
It: : : that it proves to have been A vol- Mr. Green, from Charleston, (lie were Messrs.: Brougham, \\ } uu, France acquires: all that part of Commission in that Island a after
We Spain which is
cano. understand siluuted
i that: there wife, mother, and two children of Yorke, Hobhouse, the Solicitor side on this the plan of those lately formed in
is of
: a mouotai ? there, whose b the Ebro and Russia
I w- ; takes
William Travers Esq. of St. General, Spring, Rice, Peel, C. Spain, for the detection and pan-
; els I'
and Majorca Minorca
i stones : and
earth, been Ivica
: of
heave Augustine, and John Lynch, of Hutchinson Scarlett, and the Attorney ishment of all of
tI I, thro\\'n ( ut to the depth of adred hun which she has been desirous since persons
Charleston. heloni General.
inn--tri the Fin- :
L feel, and that smoke was seer '-01"-> -- -- I 1814, to have footing in the Me liberal principles. Many of the
1kJ to' 6sut"-. fioni the tentie, for three rida. Left: on the wreck. Prosper The Ori ntal Spectator of the diterranean. Three hundred arrests, imprisonments, &c. which
4M t days afterwards h is Vie l, Pabio Fontanie, Francis Fe- 17th Dec. slays, that the Vice Roy, I .1renCh, Germans thousand have taken place in that country
th1 a similar reporttdthat rado, of St. Augustine, Antonio of Egypt h'id set sail from Mar- i will and Russians for some months past, have ,beeu
ell : the last
pljon oak
put hand
Bevtrral Domingo. of tht Florida, and two marissa to the l\'lurca-tbat he in-. : ulari.in the lo efFected assemblies, of this description
years we Conclude )1"ingV'hich -
ago ; :
therefore blacks., Saved'the boat, William tent.ed: ho ever, on ,his I approach- and .similar'scenes maybe
thai ii is passage, esand the
a doctrines
cano.-Albany jidv. genuine vol. T raver* Esq. George Gena- to I have' allj! hid transports in Candia l Alliance will the Holy expected in Cuba GovernorVires
! pleMr. Bertj, and Joseph .Hy- 'his reign without mix ,has heretofore becnCOfli4ered -'
I { taking troops on board ture from
Cincinnati, 'P h. *2. _O/i/o one eud of the continent
cgafnst merus, passengers ; Aaron, C. the hips of .war of a man'of moderation audberalily Ji-
l the world. A young wo man, White, master.; ,) .me Q. Hood, These contain details- Europe: to the 'tlier: ; but in submitting t_b
p pers
: about 16 years cf of this respeciing : ,- All
.\ age, co..n- niate ;(1Villiam Butler,-Thqs. Pettijier .- 'itj'e._civil 'dissensions: our Politicians, who the instrument for effecting the
ty, was brought, bed three, weeks William: \ Sinith. ,. and Soup the Morea which: :: .there is reason. in a!r ignoiantoft1se: state.of.things,. unprincipled' : : designs, 'of Icrd.i4Rnand : :

: L: ', _ag j.':'"T3fith/fi/r; .,. _Jiving '_children.._ I Coburnj. eameD." : .a:. Int., to'hope, vc'-by.. thi s. }hill: been; do ,not fail lo !?XcIaimevtry I ,where, l, he. appears to-have, ,'lost hl!
tbatEngiandwifl-. ,gufler this, claim. to sucH; ,character.' .'. '. J
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o todenyhat; his "talents" confid nce.. It is the interest of OCSubsctibers: hare not yet paid guages Scripture and of the Cognate

services citizen Florida unite for the second year of the"tPen' coljt Gazette or kindred Dialects; an Account (with
"zeal l.u and public are entitled to
"A< iii to high respect, I am. not inclined in electing I iof a representative, hereby reminded that the amount, has Manuscripts ot the Old and New Testaments '

WAY, AltlUL 23, 1825. JIo ) to controvert' ; but I am not and if intelligent honest been due,for some time, and are respectfully &c. &c., I,,"this part of the.work*

eALL. late Deete to 1.prepared tOSa), Lit% the claims" and imp art ia they. cannot long I 'requested. to settle the same without I I the),!History 'of the .Authorized English.. ..., .
'D thiS TCn'itory, arr'c intT of CJsn. Hernandez? : are paramount i ito hesitate u>? subject.We delay. IDc1egte > Version of the Bible ,is particularly con "
__ (rom on't.he .. sidered The various readings, the,quotations '
1 usdiy rooMing candida fronrthis .
other t.u-I j proiduction
"..ilb his 1aL1Y0 those of any from the Old Testament in, the
i ifrO" This is claiming; too much for the ,, 4Friendto Florida! ," to Congress. New, the Poetry of the Hebrews .and

that Col. Geneiu!, and mucn more than his ,.&1 well as otter communicationsin ''II Election Second Monday in May. Harmonies of.the scriptures form a portion -

Tal1ahusee'C learn,inst. who I modest unobtrusive character. East Floe id, Herald, that a CANDIDATES. of this part. -

. I ..rr '.... there the President on the 7th of the UmTownahip ,, would p-rmit him to receive.: I'''portion of,the people.of that sec Joseph M 'White, Second part. Of the Interpretation of
cd 1Y
dawI3te ut1tOri$:to .elccl a of Land have always heard Gen. IIernandez :t: tion of the Territory are J resolved, James Gadsden, the Scriptures.the Sense Subsidiary of the Means Scripture for ascertaining '

):. spoken of as a gentleman of if practicable) to support no one ,
; jJA1TT; :: J os. M. Hernandez. viz.-Analogy of Languages; Analogy of
fJf -S good practical sense, and of respectable ', bat an Eaaterp candidate. It. is Scripture j ,bcholia'and Glossaries"Sub ,

ct of a'letter from the Acting SeTreaSUry acquirements for one to be sincerely regretted that g eoi ject-matter Context, _Scope, Historical '
the) H ceivffUr 1 1I I ,
the to Circumstances Christian Writers.
: v of Monies! f.r the .).5 rlct of I Ifrst I whose pursuits, were not professional -I i i I graphical distinctions should thus a ,
Public .. These discussions followed the
are by )
destructive to SHIP
florida, cUed the 11th March ; as acultivator, of the soil, be encouraged, so
; I I the land welfare of the application ofth'e preceding principles
5. a"s an intelligent, honest man ;' butI harmony to.the Historica1lnterpretation.ofthe Sacred

15i nivmcnt for public; J lands you are I certainly no one ia prepared to ,j i 'I'erritoryTl'is idea may prevail Writings; the interpretation of the

DI'i-('L\ to receive,in addition of the to United spe. !j I I say, that as .a legislator, his quali-1 to a certain extent in St. Augus- WVQ Figurative Language: of Scripture the

'":; ."'JbilU (If branches thc Ink, the notes of the ficticus are equal to those of Col. tine, but there must be a large =. Spiritual Interpretation: of the Scriptures; "
routed ml iti J1tnks.in the! Cities of Bos"lCOKv.Ycrk 1 1Vhitl'. Gen. Hernandez, can on- proportion of the people in East I II "Port ot pjns\\ ol\\. of the the interpretation Doctrinal and of Prophecy Moral parts, of of Types Scripture ,

: ; Philadelphia, llaltimorcttichnwicUndofthe i jly have some general notions upon I Florida, who will scout it, as pre- of the Promises and Threatening '

o\J on specie paying the subject of jurisprudence, posterous and [absurd ; indeed "A ENTERED. therein contained; and the Inferential V

:r.kS in the States Louisiana. and ALfclhc -- whereas Col. \Vhite has made I Friend to For! daUclrarly_ acknowledges April... 16th.-:-Schr. Angelina, and Practical Reading of the Sacred Wri V

Bank however that branch oHnowledge almosthis that there is a want of unionin "orsyth, 'New-Orleans Cargo 5' tings. V
? arereceived
notes cfany hhds. and 20 bbls. flour to Vol. III. contains outline of the Historical
be : so long :\s such Bank exclusive study. To be satisfied the East. \ He confesses that sugar an

onh' to its notes in specie on demand." i of the difference between those there is an opposition. Gen. Her ,Stor.e 8c Nisbel-15 bbla. whiskey, and Physical Geography' of the .
d; bu'Des: Holy Land. The Political and Military
bbls flour order I
and 15 to 2 casks
two gentlemen in this particular, it I nan ez, and 0't' of his objects is ; Affairs of the Jewish'and other Nations

The sale of the Lots in Tallahassee, the I is only neceesary to advert to thepdrt to produce concord ; but iu this wine,and 2 boxes merchandize to incidentally mentioned in the Scriptures; i

C.pitat of Florida which took place on they acted upon the same attempt he wi I inevitably fail. A F. Pasquier-69 bbls. whiskey, Sacred Antiquities of the Jews. The po- ,. '

the first Momhy tfthis month, amounted : theatre the Legislative Council.- majority oft! e population of that 82 bbls. flour, 10 bbls. pork, 10 mestick Antiquities, or the Private Life,
thousand dollars. and .
forty-five ; Amusements
10about: bbls. markerell hhds and 6 bbls. Mmn.ers"Customs, &c. of
ids Slpp\oicl they wuuU h..ve: brought; I Col. \Vhite was known to be an section of the Territotv. will never the Jews and other Nations incidentally
had not the 1':1.11I'l'ndered the : act! narrow and sugar, 1 cask hams,- 1 hhd. tobacco
much! more, efficient member on all occasions ; consent upon mentioned in the Scriptures. V
rwi unfit for tMvelliiij previous to the but we have no evidence that Gen. bigoted a principle. I he claimsof and, 30 bales hay to the Master. Vol. IV: is appropriated to the Analysis j

Admitting he had, he could not entirely up an different grounds. gies, New-Orleans, Cargo, gro- Twelve Dollars.
"ire CfJmpaniet.-.c regret.to observe QjrAfter publication, the price will be' "
his ceries order.CLEARED..
ied merits
have done! it with the same facility His friends rc upon -
tat;: the Ordinance published to-day on sixtetn doIUts. January, 1825. .
tbe subject of Fire Companies is deficient as a lawyer by profession, who and a belief, iliat he was as much 'djrMibscriptions: receivedatthisOffice.V

in, 'hat appears to us, a very material unders) andj> ail the details of hu*i- :j i devoted lone portion of the Territory April 19th.-Schr. Angelina, V

)poi lit. There is-no authority given I I ness, and the process of legisla! I as the other., It is to bela- Forsyth, New Orleans, Ca-rgo,2 FRESH V

to tile officers of the compaiiies to co.npel be evident menled that other consideMtions : I bales: and 1 box merchandize" by
tion. This muht tu every any
formaline for theItr1)e
idle i by.stai1eri of Dus:
firS, tIOO'! : w1w] tdt so (t1S(1 lun" ,')Ldit. It, %t i. nnly with n ":iw to in, and influence the electitn.N I the Master.

ken buckct3: a.ul hroagUt Wetter to the the truth, and not wih: a desyv to .'iiiii! ; but ill defence! vnll authorize : ARRIVED. Subscriber has received, per late

CJlrnesb\, ; ; in. and re-passing between -detract from the standing ofden.Heinandcz. I' the aaopnon or u c1lflert"tI April 20th. -U. ,S. TransportSchr. : ftom New-York nd New-

the cn II.l"S and the wells( thereby notoiy course But ,if the people cf he Florida, Baker, N w-Or- Orleans, a supply of Spring'Goods, which .
hut / I together with hrs former stcck make
weuv.un. ; tlH ms'h-es. losing a. -
nuch! time ; whereas hul there been \ In the Congress. of the/U. States I East have decr.dl'd that they will leans, Cargo, Military Stores and complete assortment, viz .-
Provisions. Mrs. Baker
some p :'3cns d.twcl'ith: authority, Col. Wniie would ba'the saiue not support a f from the Passengers- 10 Packages Hardware viz : ,
!lines mit:. Isaxtiheen forncd.0,1 much :i Gen./Hernandez.ill j West, whatever may be his preten- and family, Gen. Call and Lady .;,

tisnc: :luLl l Labor aPvl.. IJy tlie'Osd'ma.ccT.V.I I acivainage ove lions we ktHHhow to take care Capt. Burch U. S. Quartermaster Knives and Forks, 4
missed. tie ct.nas may take ts.eengine : ** IS illi lilltb'! ht'i.r. acquainted I Pen and Pocket Knives,
I I Mr. Saul Dr. Me Mahon
also ,
of ourselves and must unite ,
; -* to I '->fu iir? and j wit our tjn, u.19': the Or JI:1Z.1j j Iron Tinn'd Table and Tea Spoons,
I in favour of candidate of our I j I U. S. Army, and R. Walton. Brittama, do. do. '
ir.ay; say tn .t 3'mllt'/"ll:1 .':l.'llmd." (n tio IS ; lion t.it'our political i institutions, I I --- __1- ---
perlians: :.fui'i to :Hil "n clothes it he transat ting I business choice. It is Jto be pl'c umed. that I I' :: Gimblets, Padlocks, Iron Nob Locks,
and the
i )mode/of
mingles: jt g ii ine senile throng who are of the nation. theie are very f-w in the West AN ORDINANCE, Stock Locks, Chest & Cupboard do.

exerting; Hie: ,melves fojr the public !good) in the councils who can he found to unite withthe Recognizing and establishing Fire Compa Screw Plates, Saws,Augers, Chisseb,
Col. \Vhitll S jnti-nalely acquainted Files, Hammers, Coffee Mills
*' will Oil pieaj i* sir, .tniute bucket .
j jjies in the Pentacola.WHEREAS .
City of
of he East and
and brir.4.oiiK'.Ur, i;"it is not too muchtrtmuht with ,Out' lesiouices; is better I I IquaHfitjd I people act on articles of association Brass, wood and patent Cocks,

'." .in hUemn)" find it c\nedi<:nt to present our interests I Ibefol I a principle vhich is to make by two Companies, u-uler, and a great variety of other hardware &c

to ad I if tfd't ./i.ltl it t-it Itcnvjjjte.>tfut (Con I.SS, and to advocate I Western subservient to Eastern in- the titles of Fire Company Vo. 1. and Fire 2 cases carpenter's planes,
,/,/<''zj- to Lrfngit !>af ftf '' .' V itcUiU MI'- } :licret>t*. No it would be a sui- Company '0.2. have been submitted to 2 casks Carolina hoes
with whenever it be- "'
_... .. theii{ ability, 4 casks tin ware,assorted,
\ '
I ', vc believe it abao'uy nt : 1'\. '
act, and one unbecoming an the consideration of this Board,and whereas -
'that tuere: sttould be oihcr-! !\::y I ccs necessary. In this purlieular ,I jcidal Blacksmith's bellows; vices, anvills! ,
it of this Board
I is the opinion that such
r'.sed: to ctni'.it' aU who go to a r.v to assist (j en. IKrnundrz is grt-atly nis honest and intelligent people.Leon.. associations calculated in degree Sledge and hand hammers, V
are a great V
in extingms'i.n.it: un.lv.a priuJtj. ta I Swedes Iron,
Inferior is self- .
; tic leusi-n a to prevent the danger and injury occasioned -
rectncred r., :i \.A\7 4b1ination itilbroe Foolscap paper, wrapping do.Bar ;-
uvj*> .t : '
evident one-Colonel While, has From the Florida Intelligencer. by Fires, Therefore, V
givn by s tid olnc:: t-.; let all I 2 stay Lead and Gunpowder.
/ I The Indians of Florida ill the 'I lie it Ordained the Board f
uiio doniit wislt: to W"vk, !but l lethevell :, madf public speaking a profession \" ) ly of.I11dermm
away\ di po t"(1 l huve a hc.i : i 1'l1)\ 4 in- .J an 1 I (;-:n. H CI'S.luoez has not exception of those located on the of the City of J'ensucofa, That from and after 15 Cases Dry Goods, viz : V

pcde.l in thrir exertrms} i h,. a <('I' >.ui co:/)- :j This: dir! : rencc in favor of Col.I ]:JChutahoochy '! and Apalachicola Companies the passage No. 1.of and this No.Ordinance 2 as organized, Fire Ready made clothing, V V 'V ;;

jKjseel of th6'J.B.! *, the Hnfdi'lr 1 ; nn-l t.me '!;t \Vliile; is .in important one, and) : rivers are removed, from the interior under their respective Constitutions and Domestic ticking, checks,
wtrl lileS' \\io! Inc; out often, frequent .
lire for tile sopurpos.. : cf plunderingthe I I I[ will be readily understood by every of the country: and concentrated Bye Laws, are hereby recognized; as such, Cambric muslins, chintz V -
unfuitu'utc. intelligent! individual.u at the point selected for themon and that their chief officers upon consul- Fine Madras handkerchiefs ;
I Fine silk tlado.
the peninsula. This desirable Ution_and agreement,. shall have powerto :
Friend of Florida" is un- Fine cotton bose, do.half do.
down within
pull or destroy building -
'l'rall."lrllllia Univerit'-We have willing to believe, tiiat the peoj le I event presents to emigrants an inviting the limits oftliis' Corporation, wiiichsaid French shawls! osnaburgs, ;

been favored with a c : students of tins \-liuble instituiioii 1 Superb gilt buttons, &c.
iht.Tio has been} fewi ;
., occupied by a the of Fire.
(Aiicli) \3 located in Lexington Ken- undirji5etl course of running offer progress 10 cases black ool hats, \
i scattering tiibes. We 2. Md be further Ordained, That in V
tucv) vn ilie lit Jaiwiry: 1325. by vvMcu cvtry stranger who comes into the may safely 1 do. \v bite do. J V
the officers of the
case respective
it appeal':T Oat there sue four hundred country ie/irtent them, whenth.y ; calculate, that population, enterprise nies houid the compa- 2 do. beaver, do.
xouth in tlii: variaiij! dcpaH'iiivits of the have theniselves and wealth, will soon devel- notagl'ce upon propriety 2 children's morocco do. -
anionij men II demolishing buUJmg, it shall be
University: under the g.iidj.ic. and tu- .j"j of talents and ', who ope the resources of this picturesque neccssu'to obtain the consent of the 6 trunks men's calfskin brogans
itioii of seventeen Trustees and property Ladies'
fourteen I 1 do. Uorocco, do.
both able and ami ftrtili couniry. Mayor, o'r i:) his absence, of two Aldermen -
O'liccis of I'lstiMctioiiiio.uve: !been willing to servei
>>eJected j ALSO
That the Imiarv5} manifested before any bu'lding he pulled down,
l from an, the cnli '. thenVticther a
'jn< most!: ;; .ileiiedLiterary this remark 100 barrels Whiskey
otnenvise destroyed. 1
and Scirr.tilic :ni; c.ftle; age. was ,intended to all strong ro'ptgn4tcc| at leaving thisI ,
I apply to the 3. And be itfurther Ordained, That he '
At th' hcaU of tins! Instittilioa i is the is 25 barrels Flour
j competitors of Gen. Hernandez, I i I county very] true ; and some of Mayor be and he i is: ntreby authorized to ,

fros'Rev. HORACE oflll'lutQptjjf llnu.i.T, J"ifrfltaiJJ'ro.the Huii'l ,I lam unable! to decide ; but it is ; thtfjn evinced ':a disposition, a,id imke an equal division ot the Engines and 2 hhds. Sugar, V

; til.ui,I i I actually! armedIthemselves for hos- oilier Fire now the Coffee.
I apparatus property 30 bags
U iOfl& no oiiei i.> bi'ttL'r qual.hc.1! iniai his ( Certainly misplaced as regards .
of tins between he
\3t-t cquir meiilb to a
of Literature and Science, or to promotet' having resided in tLwcourilzy since l by his Excellency the Governor, same ma) be in the best state for efficient. April 15, 1825.

: !:' growth Iror1strs true Itrligio.i : aiion.r the the '.\'Chr 1822.: He is aUu a man I who regarcliesslvff personal danger, service, in the event of any Fire in future.

other '
; \\e; n-cognize the names ; rude 10 llieir !towns, reproached.them 4. -ind U itfurther ,'dlli7leJ, That
(If "two (:Lcrg) nU'I, five Fhysicians: and of properly,. and has enjoyed thej I
I for theirj and this Board, with the approbation of the Spring Goods. V
t.a'f.'Y rs. with a number'of l.itteiury 'j I I coiifitUnce of taGenel..11! Go .trnI pre-
Mayor, will in future, such sums as
gentlemen, all eminent in their differentNcare men in two 01 the most rtsponsi- \eni :d thnr nschief.I'h grant VLIAVE
be deemed the
l)1'ofL'! Ui. I of ( may necessary to keep engines STONE & \N1SBET ;
ibic situations in the Tcrri'ory.It 1 policy locating so many and other apparatus, hereby entrusted ,
happy; to perceive: the r.ipid I of lhe Indians within the bosom of' to the respective Fire Companies, in received brig St. Clair fi'Om
growth and c\ic;sire p.ttro.ia; e of Tra.i. is slated to have been owing : per
the white
t>yUaniajLfcc'In; ati\.ou: fertile population' has been ae'crt'lr proper repair hereby reserving right -York
of ('\1'r. establishment! cncourCement to thf indelVti;;able exorlions of i j \ crr.sured, by some, as an oi'bight of property, in such: Engines and orber'apparoitus t1:>> P packages merchandize, containing -

i to enlighten! tlie nsin jjeneratioi'andto tendin" I (;en. Hernandez, 'ihatall liit. public v(- in the': coinmis3ioner&, to the City, and also the rightto 1- a. handsome assortment of
; in the '! transfer the property to other Companies fancy and staple articles suited to the sea- -
make property now city'
tnc _xo.it.: i oS'ur: country, us they t of'l wno formed the] ireaiy. There is t
advance in life, cm'.iiuut: in the pui'suits St. Augustine, was turned O\ or to place the same under and sub son, viz
," certainly! a grejil unwillingness on ject to the immediate control ofthis Board Printed muslins, various qualities, V ,
rt .
they ay >pec'vcundertake. to its uf and mindful of. the interest
Among those rccei\.n
at the university; arc J34: in the \Ied.c-il; t.tht poor, he made application settle iu the neighborhood; of Indians H. Nisbet, Fancy prints, chintz shawls, *

Class :\/1(130 in the Law CUss.! To f MOW to Congress, to remit the I 1 and if an' equally valuable President Board of Aldermen. Cambric handkerchiefs,
the dilution in .which it conditions on which the leases of Kobe patterns, do. coloured flounces V
is gentraliv 5i'ua'.ion could have been found, Approved, April 19th, 1825.
held would t the reservatiuns in Leno, book jaconet muslins,
uc observe that tile 40 J students military front where all be John Jerrison
might concentrated, 9-8 and 6-4 cambrics,
are from the folio! wi'i(;' places, \iz: of he fort and lines, had been it would handkerchiefs V
have peon desirable on Mayor. Muslipatam ,
From Scotland 1
New-Yorte 1 Ujbtnct
grant.d by the Spanish Government White and col'd merino &
of Columbia 1, Delaware I, Illinois :2t' account of the Indians. We are Attest,

Pennsylvania 2, Indiana, Nortu Caroli- so as to allow the persons by no means advocates for oppressing N. S. Parmantier, shawls,

naC, Georgian, lissoI1'I.IO, S. uUi Caro- planting the same, to build uv>ni I I the children of the forest, but, Secretary. Silk Coloured scarfs lace, do.,long shawls assorted
scarfs and h'kfs

li 1-inia na 13 17, ,Louisiana Ohio 22,14 Alabama, Mississippi 33 Tennessee lf, Vir- and improve th se lots" This I I believe, that wijh propeencour- Silk-..- Vine..----\II'h1tA1M. .......- -..... f-..s\l'rl... ... h.1..1......., ........... V JSBE*
: service was rendered exclusively
41, and Kentucky 2J7. agement, they might be induced E. LITTBLLNo. cravats,

1'he account before us a Ju> 'The num for St. duguttinct although there gradually to adpt the arts and industry / 83, Chesnut Street Philadelphia, has Printed and white Marseilles, ,.
ber from abroad is *1S more than we had was public property in this place, civilized life. The Cherokce in Press, Blue and yellow nankeens,

last year,and still greater in relation to aEy and land contiguous to our old nation is a sinking exempli- AN INTRODUCTION Imitation Linen Drilling, with col'd do.silk stripes

the prcct'dmSar.. The prospects of. forts granted upon condition, Gen. fication of what good effects may TO THE .Suspenders, cotton cassimeres, .
University never
were as flattering-, Hernandez however, did not think be b' 7-8 Irish Lawns,
and never were the benefits oi education I produced kindness and a Critical Study and KnowledgeOF
*nd of to embrace Pensacolaiihia the and 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens, in whole and
good morals as extensively difi'uscJ'by I systematic judicious encouragement -
it us provision of:his arrangement. THE halfpieces,
present. Success attend it. But > for the
vcn PUI'pose HOLY SCRIPTURES. -5-4 Irish sheetings,linen damask
-1Q.. a The appeal which has been of civilizat on, the local ion on 3-4 do. diiper linen tickings,

COMMUNICATED. made by" A Friend to Florida,*' that great thoroughfare the Appa- By: TAomaa HarwellHorne, M. A. Ladies' cotton hose, assorted,

J? :?\ HUNT.-You have publishfd I IIa. is idle iu the What perhaps b dition of 1823, in four very large octavo Bibbed white, V do.
: most that could be made.
: volumes ; it will contain numerous Russia diaper; crush, &c. &c. V
in your last paper a comiminic -1 injurious treatment the old Span The facilities for; obtaining spi- Maps and Fac Similes.' of Bible Manuscripts 6 cases gentlemen's & boy's bearer,.

from the East Florida He- ish inhabitant! of St. Augustine, ritous Hquoiynrhich has ever proved and in short every thing that is castor and roram hats.

raid1 recommenUing General Herfiiader have received I advised contained in that edition, and will be very V V
may am not the bane of tHe Indians, is in itself AND IN STORE,
as the next Delegate! to represent but ) it neatly printed ongood paper.
; assuredly can have serious
to Gentlemen's and Ladies'
a objection, say nothing The ',first London Edition of this work boots and
It the Territory in Congress. no influence !in the election ,of a of the inevitable intercourse was published in 1818-the second In shoes,assorted, .

a eems you have given publicity Delegate to oncre.s. He who' is with the whites under such circumstances 1821-the third in 1822-tlie fourth; in Brown and bleached.shirtings.. and V

10 this !production by request, andplainly best qualified to represent. us, as will give them the 1823. So great a sale of so large a work I Plaids sheetings and cbecks.do"Ylo.s .
evidence stripes, ,
the best
the impartiality you have. whose pretentious are mostiimpos- vices without on such a subject
the 'virtues of civilized that be offered of its value,* Tbere. Osnaburgs,blue and brown domestic
played in doin.; so, is much to ing, should cerutnly be cho!ei.4- life. Although it may. not luis yet can been no American edition. goods, stout for negro.clothing, "' ,

.athnJred'by! every citizen-but J j r whoevercan ;act most efhcientjyin pppve ,to the Indians the most valuable VuI.'L contains Critical? Inquiry" into and. a variety other dry goods. > ,.;.

it.! merits. a few passing anlm. vcr11001. promoting our' interest,:whose excrlions location, .lUll \tyfe:'event. ''wasalUimpottant the Genuineness Authenticity, ,Uncorrupted Madeira Superipr.cld,Tcneriffe Madeira.and Wine sweet in bottle Malaga..-,
pservationand Inspiration of
promise to, be most successful to Florida and : '
) we. V in ,
Wine qr.caskj
4' I'a Gen* "IIernandez; was an in d !eJoP.I.*!g. pur resources -' congratulate' thief citizens oti the .the Vol..ll.Holy _Scriptures.in two Parts,.treats*firs\ on Sa- I' ,'. u". V ..N.i' t." *' V V'V

w JR,e and uP"ght Representative". I I ; and arJv'a'tiding' our prosperityand attainment. -.. -' of this.... most. .. valuable_ t creU "nticism\ Including' an "'Historical o d aortme torGrdce .. t -- : :

UUCcngres3DTonc- is-, 'dia-i j happiness, shauld pbiaiiK._ _?.u.rJ Liartf- the': Territory.- t ,, ?.-. '.' .'' rand Critical account,ofthc Orifcvial Lan.a 0", .. ,'; .4-.ririrI5tbi...- 1m,4.l .. .._ VN

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.' ,t i t !w. .. J. She n'8 ,Panacea T. 1ST of Letters rernaiuing\ in the goo ,,,REWARD,.. t tiy N'jiursuince the President of law of,tic I United JasMoNnoI S at', ;. ]I Ii,5jdnt I F i ,-, ; *4 t1AV1NGc6mplete4 $.. ,

: 'i ) ; J aN1I1E subscriber hiving discovered the JLj Post Office at Pensacola on the I 1-= _- .? __. .-_ -::' &. < :j?'l ot the' United States, dp p ? : .th/ Totu--

:' i, t ;t:1: i; 'composition Svaime: celebrated 'SUt, March1825whicbif nol t keD By the,MayoroftKe CiA of 'Pen-. hereby declare and make ,known, that a'th'I.r %..s.paper, anti having: *ceeded: i tt
." f .. .t Panacea bas nOw a snpply on hand for will.be held at the Land Office S taming ,it thus far with
.. out "itbiri;thre months,' will br -I t aacole ,' public; sale : i !** 'patron -
('. : I ",- ** ae.! Re has reduced the price from'*g350to f ra141d' to the General PoM Officc : t: ;: at TAUUHA88SR, ill Floncla, 'on the third ;I t i than has .ever before induced't en' 'p.'

.. I' L:.t... :I'' t.: ,f' t ; J5 2-50,or by the' zen R24.' i A jOCLAMTIO: Moiidav' of May next, for the disposal of j commencement of such an tsta tiih'
f :;..: ':_, 'All chsrilftble institutions In the'United'z 'as 1' dead- letters ,HEREAS two I fires have lately 'oc- the' lands, viz : !I! thefollowing undersigned finds it aisoh.z. '"

r." t' :'. : *tts&ndthtpOOrw11Lbe supplied grav S ALie E. H. Alexandcr, t W, curred under circumstances which Township ]: south of Range 1, west of cessary to call on his! friends: and ttll :

'r .' .. tis. Thomas, Arnot. lead to some suspicions, that ,the same the Meridian line. citizens for uch additional inpwM.vgrow .
p k t' :1:1: [: If the citizens.of the principal cities and B Samuel 1 Barker, Lemuel were not accidental, and as it is of the utmost .5 11.11(12, north Range 1 do doFractiona13 ing prospects of the Tcmtorv'

\, ,';.: towns will appoint agent, to order and I j Bruce John O. Baxter importance! if evil'disposed: 'persons do do do do warrant him to expect. '" "*f
Bryan James
\ : 1 distribute this medicine to the poor,it will' the City,.that they south 1 2,3,4, & 5, east. The first t
I'i'i'tt 1. : "3 R. B. nral haw James' are larkinfe'abdut Township, owners of the Pros, ,
t n .j t.%: :! ;', be supplied. Bright should brought to justice Therefore 1 and 2, north, 1,2,3,4.5. expedient to abandon the undertake found ; ,

; HtJi .i; ,i This Medicine is celebrated for the Patrick N. Brinson, William J. OF Fractional township 3 1, 2,3,.4, & 5. before they had completed then C

,1 .!,, .Jt. ;::'i tf,, cure of the following diseases.Scrofula Barrett, Thomas Broxson- Wiley A REWARD' TheI will commence with the lowest tio of a volume, and in the: hands i ofth' :

.I b I. ;; i' j I ; or King's evil, ulcerated or putrid sore Blount, Geo. M. Brooke 2, F. W. number of section, township, and cessors It lingered out tine .,
'f .t '/.t,; throatjlong standing rheumatic affections i3'adyCo1.' R. Butler Lieut. J. R. 200 4 Dollars range, and proceed: in regular numerical they also gave It up a3 :1 profitJc)"ear,"be
tl !
,* f I f :: cutaneous diseases; white swelling and order. The lands reserved l>y law for It will not therefore be considered sa b .

'1 'f: ,..: diseases of the-bones and all cases generally Blaney, H. M. Brackenridgc 2, i is'hereby offered fur tht apprehension and the use schools, or other purposes, will shing that, having commenced ouJT* *

; I 1tt; : of an ulcerous: character, and chronic I Francis Bouquic 3, J. Bird, S. conviction' of any ptrson or persons, it' be excluded from the sale. bors with a very small number
; n t ,. 't! 1- diseases, generally arising debilitated .{ Browning. S 4 such there be, who may have been, either Given under my hand at the ben and an extremely limited share* :.

;i4 h :l. .constitutions, hut! more especially,r :C.-Capt. Isaac Clark 4, JohnS directly.or indirectly, concerned in wilfully City Washington, the 26th advertising custom, our ; \(
Ii. t ;,:! e from syphilis, or affection arising there Ctrnochan James Caliban occasioning the.late destruction of day January, 1825. should need the most t'SUblidu:1tr.t
,'t ;: ; from ulcers in the nodes, ,&c. and ""ar'
'i larynx,
J ; : by tire,'or'of or persons James Monroe. patronage of all those who feel
"' !" / And that dreadful disease occasioned by along pKraim Chambliss I ,. James ,Col- buildings any person and ac
't. t'1 ; t ti, and excessive use of mercury, &c, ville, Lieut. R. Di C. Collins 3, who hereafter may be detected and Bv* the President, no ledge the importance, to the C\ltalbj'
of of of such
being privy
conucted an attempt, or an undertaking.
I : 1 It i is also useful in diseases of the liver. Mr.. Cotten, Joseph R. Corlis, GEO.' GRAHAM,
4 tr 4 CERTIFICATES.I to any attempt, to set fire to any building I Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office. The,Editor, aware of the discordant
r. jMicaj Crupper, :>. Campbell, i or other property feloniously, within materials I of which
1i1 I !l:: .; have, within the last two years, had new communities ai.
: t it i.:., an opportunity of seeing several cases of.|T.\C.\ Clarke, J. Chumney, J. Col the limits of the City under ofPeusu hand: la.Gn'en .and the SUPERIOR COURT usually composed, and RS there U J.,' I

I } ii' .i!: '" >en* inveterate ulcers, which, having re ston. my one press in this part of the Terror

.. ", ; .: sisted previously the regular modes ofI D.William Drummond Henry .H444+4.. seal of this Ma)orally, at this the I I Of the tfcattrn District of Florida. has endeavored to maintain thepartiality str I tit* !
:t 3 .. treatment, were healed by the use of % SEAL. City Pensacola, in in relation to every tliiWojT
I ( f Su aim's panacea, and do belidve, Mir r D. Davison, Capt. William UtH,5 5th day of April, 1825.S Jo< hnlnneraiity&1 ciliated to awaken the asperities of J

.. I.f \vhat 1 have seen, that it will prove an Darr ck, Nancy De Camp, David John J errison.By James Innerarity, To expect to please all would be 8. Pre?

i. important remedy' in scrofulus, venerial &, | Daniel, Dr. S. G. J. De Camp,p the Mayor,, surviving partnersof j nosterous as to endeavor to Lsh the ware
4 mercurial the firm of John into subjection or control
( 1 di 'asl's. Alexander Douglass, J. Dowsey 3. "Parmantier the direction
N. S.
orbes &, Co. of the
as- winds. Our columns
t : : : .-Jacob Elvinston, David L TEn l. 1825. i been
:' I '. t. f Prjifessor of the Institutes; and Practice of Stcretary. s gneesofMitchel frI e and open to useful discussion! of
t Evans T. Edwards W. Edwards. e.
.. (; t fhysic in the University J'enntytvanw ': Territory of Florida, ) Nephew & Co. very kind ; truth has been viml' tedal\d I
I, a : 1 have employejl) the panacea o*" \{ r. F.-Samuel Fry, Benjamin Foster >. County Court. r*. S falsehood refuted, and whereve ourself

: I S ,f ., Sum m numerous instances, M :lhi.i the .2, Dr. Clement Finlay, Robert L County of Escambia,) MilUn de la Car-. may have been in error, it 1 lias jil 19.11 I I

: ..' i ", last three years, and have always found i in I Forbes, T. ,Fain 2, Benjamin Fen October Term, 1824. re ra. been our desire to be corrected by otlieix i

f 1 .. .,. extremely efficacious, especially in secondary tiille, J. Truman. motion of Adam Gordon Esquire, OT1.C"E Whilst wc with the utmost cheerfulness
I I ;; 4 syphilis and mercurial dsease.: I have, ON for the Territory of publish the productions of those ufo
G -Jason Gregory Joab Gaines, Acting Attorney S HEREBY GIVEN, That a suit between .
hesitation it from in
.J no medicine us opinion, do
1 t I : in pronouncing a Florida, ORDERED, That a Rule be entered \re not consider -
William Sc M. ChatlesGallahcr. the said parties is this day'instituted ourself
It. 1 ofmesumablevalue. Gagney, against the defaulting Grand and deprived by our Editori4
J 'v. GIBSON, }t. 1). S Petit Juror, to appear at the next term of I gainstthe and a writ of attachment of the Defendant.issued a- station, of the same common privilege cf

S 4 Professor Surgery in the University Washingion 'L. Hannum, thisCourt, and shew cause, if any theyhutt property expressing: our sentiments, on subjects cf
:t .. 4 of I'enn sylvania i why they should not be fined for; John Lee Williams, public moment. On the contrary we look
1. JOHN A'HUVN, ChenStt.Philadelphia William'[ Hower, Joshua Harley, the r teiitl default ; the Grand Jurors in Attorney or PCffs.of upon it as one of our most imperative &

J" ; .... Feb.}7,1823-13 lam ly \ Hollingsworth, SSilliani the sum of Fifteen 7)0/Zars each, and the .o1.., 'If"...,.}. ,, 1S49Oh.. t4.c. tn j."v ue: &ucn 1flea.uresaswe.
". 3 N. B. Jr.sale. at Smith and Peursall's N. Hunter, Romulus Ha killq. loseoh lttit Jv rs in the sum of Ten JfoUurseaoJ ce ive the interest of our country demands
S, I E: corneroiThirdand Market Streetc. Hall, JohnV.. Hall, Selma P. -. And 1'; is uinner uruereu, ThAt a us to defend, and to use our humble eu. '
\ Each publisher: of a ncw:tJl..LlJCrlUthet1o| HaJJ. copy ()the above rule be published in: d eavors for the advancement of repiibfi./

'j nited States,is requested to publish! nis the Pensacola Gazette, six weeks succesively. F publishing at the Seat of Government' can principles, without regard to the are

j advertisement once a month for one year,. J.-Charles S.V.Joncs, Dems), .I t; A true Copy from the Record, Florida grandizement of individuals or the jc.

:l' .. and send their accounts for payment. Jones, John B. Jackson, Andrew : Attest, of nunciations of party.

t }) ."j' Johnston, R. Johnson, S. John John Miller, Clk. A Weekly News-Paper, There; is now a prospect of mail-route

: Pensacola Book Store. lacing I opened and post-offices
: ston. by W. Hasell Hunt, D. c. TO BE, ENTITLED THE"Forida established
"' j through portions our Territory where
.j' K.-Michael Kennedy alias !\ 2Gih, 1824-38-tf. settlements are forming distinguiiLed
l' received Brig St. Clair, di- John Kelly. 1.1teligel1cer.IN ; .
JUST per O'Donelly, both! fori intelligence and industry the
t. ... from New-York, and for sale as L.-Craven P., Luckett, George .NOTICEfl soliciting the patronage ofa great bdcly of the people should beconeacquainted
above,an additional assortment of Books, the laudable genef with the conduct of
which the Little, Daniel Love, A. Love, Benjamin herebygiven, That at the next term, public desi those: j*
among are following : ofhce arid
diffusing local and general intelligence amongthe the pretentious of t)>oje vfo j
I Lanier. fllii of the Ion. the Ceuntv Court, 1 wi]II
NEW WORKS. citizens this and fiou solicit their suffrages, that such
present the,accounts and vouchers, and young IS may be
,1' _, Rolhelan, a Romance of Uie English Histories M.-Nathaniel Mixler, John make a final settlement ofthe estate oi I listing Territory, the Editors feel that selected to represent them as best understand

Me Arthur, Peter Mitchel, Robert i Jacob. Odell, late Pensacola. deceased.I diffidence and embarrassment, which always ]I. their wants, and who will reflect::

Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823 Me Dowel), Lieut. Govcrneur: 1 James Carr attend the commencement of every the most; credit on the country. For this _
enterprise, the termination of which is involved .'!the Press, conducted
4 and 1824 with Documents on the Greek ; L- purpos u ih h*-
Morris Lieut. A.
5 Me
I .. devolution, ami the life of MustaphaA15 George Feb. 25-51-tf. Administrator.4T2 in the uncertainties of futurih'Yet .- partiality] and used with dignified: ; calo
Calls, Andrew Mitchell, J. Me feeling solicitous to be useful to the ness anti' moderation, is a powerful instrument I

0 'I 1 Buchanan's Sketches of the North American Call, John McCullough, Robert BLANK BOOKS. community, they: avail themselves of the We Jive under a free government .

Indians, with a plan for their melioration McKinnon, Peter McCaskill, D. 5' received, for sale at the Pensaco. present auspicious period, in the infancy and to maintain our freedom,

McArtnur, B. Moody, H. McKinzie B.xjk Store, ofa new and growing country, to soficiis knowledge iinst be diiFused. No n ti011'I I
$ > Theodoric, a Tale and other Poems b y Levi F. Miller A. McDaniel the patronage and support of the : without beiiig enlightened has ever enjoyed -
Thomas Campbell, lew Ledgers, of the interior, to a News-Paper: importance I. the-blessings oi" Libert)'. Political .

... J The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts Joel A. McDavid. Day Books, and utility which, if property and moral ignorance is the main stay ef

1 for Plaui Cookery &c. &c. &c. N William Norwood, M.Nichols'on. 1. Journals conducted no one will be disposed to I tyrants, ami those who wish to support an

Biography oft fie Hrittsh Stage, being the question.The imperious government, will alwa\s eudea
Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses Letter looks and resources of this delightful sectionof \or to put down a free and independent
O. Officer
: I J. commanding at Children's Books. the country, its contiguity to the Gulf Press ; but in our country, where none

: I ::1 The History of Matthew AVald, by the Cantonment Brooke 8. Copy owe Mexico, and to a fine back country o I itch exist, a respectable and useful:: vetiicle -

.10' author of Valerius &c P.-James Portt-r, William Hasell Hunt. Georgia, as also its central situation, inspire of information cannot tail to obtain .

lIaiulh's View of Europe, during the Peer Lieut. John Page, Lieut L Oct.30th,1824. the pleasing expectation, that it will general and liberal support.To .
; 14dtleAges. I I II Thomas Payne Jr. Ch-rles Pihdur. become a place of considerable importance those who arc acquainted with our
\ I Tte: Spanish Daughter, TAKEN UP ,as well as the centre of refinementandscience paper, it is! unnecessary to say more, but
5, Corn. David Porter
1 :\ The Human Heait, Josepn in Florida. to those who are strangers to the course
-4 4/ ; The Il'(nluMlers, a Tale! Parkinson, William Powe. BY THE SUBSCltlliERS THIS DAY, The FJLOHIDI IsTELtiGtxcEK is dcsigned we have pursued, we add a few words.

I Scenes in. '':.It'opC, Scenes in ..America Q.-Miguel Quiggles, 2. amulattoe bo\\'110 calls himself to be a vehicle of local and general .i 1- W'cshall, suffer no exertions of ours to be

; The Blank Hook ofa small) Cone t'l'. K "':John A. Russell, Mastrrss WILLIAM formation, and accessible to all persons SI wanting, in order to give to our patrons

'rt, ;" L'il1.g- Plays, 4tVi, 5th, CU, 7th, 8th, 9th Russ, Thomas_ Russ, BenaldoRamois who may be desirous of discussing topicsof much information as the limits ot our!h twill
liI'\J:. ana lUtii volumes, 1 Daniel 5-fect 8 inches high, and in i other a public nature, or of communicating permit, and in the selection of articles -
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1 f L, tjJf.) \ Works complete: 5 vols. 8, Stephen Rayirnders, Edward A. of a mulattoc. uh'er.I (nut all personal and invidious disputation, omit nothing which may be of peculiar interest ,

: ;: 't. It&Uins Ancient History, 8 vols. Kobinsun 2, S. Hoots, John I b.Roberts. I Used by A. Hill New.Orieans s, every diversity of attack on private cliaractershxll to the friends of our Territory. '

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