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 30, 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.
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\ VOL. II.. PENSACOLAjiSATURDAY 1 APRIL 30, 1825. No. .8.,;
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La".s of the United State S. proposed as aforesaid, without impeding as heretofore, until otherwise ordered which has passed to the surplus Untied States America in Con"stress

:::: :: -- ==- or injuring the navigation by;, law, or until the Secretary fund. assembled, That, whenever
co'I. of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal of the;, Treasury, on ihe representation For payment of the annuity to the exporter or exporters, enter
;;:: R.;.... ci1 the same shall be conclusive of the Judges of said the Sock and Fox tribes, as pro- ing any goods, wares, or merchandise -

p:T ,:-&.0....:: .... '1<1. thereon. Courts respectively shall direct vided for b1 the third article of the for the benefit of drawback,
G _" I Approved, March S, 1825. further or other accommodation, treaty wiin those tribes, dated shall not have completed sueb en- W

"E., t 1..."f& ( to be provided: for said Courts, or fourth August, eighteen hundredand try, by taking- the oath, or givingthe ,

..r"C.IIc'" An act,making appropriations for certain either of them ; Provided, The 4wenty-fonrone thousand dol- bond, required by the existing
( r' -f '", <, Fortifications of the United States, forth
:.0 ,t Ii. : authority allow to said laws of the United
." J. ; competent States, within .
'_ .. _".-'" """""'?(.....'fj. '; year one thousand eight hundred lars.For
-- ::: -, -'- the exclusive of of the
( Court some
_.:: -. =_:--=-.;; -(1.1I'J.-. III\ :: _-.=- and twenty-five. payment annuity lo the period prescribed by law, but
-:-_::: '7 'Y-_-;;! r:- Be it enacted by the Senate and suitable apartment for holding the the Ioway tribe of Indians, .as provided shall offer to complete the s a gentry .

in the said City Hall : And for by the second article of
---.L L -4 /louse of Rr/tresentatives of the same the expiration the.,said 1
111 .lUTJWItlTF. United States of America in Congress Provided, That the District Court the treaty with that tribe, dated period, it shall and may be lawful

0aenibted, That the follow- of the United States for the said fourth August, eighteen hundredand for the Secretary of the Treasury I

.IA:1 ret t.tkinn appropriation fur the pur- ing sums be, and the same are Southern:; District of New-York, twenty-four, five hundred dol upon application to him made. by .
an,1 l I for the
H..M urniturc
cljM. of
UM of the LitJl. 'r\.,' ofCoiyrehH.lie hereby, appropriated, to wit : For may continue- to hold its sessions lars.For the said exporter or exporters, +
if craned by the Senate and fortiGcationb( to each specifically whtre the same are now held, un- payment of five hundred dollars setting forth the cause of his or .

I/QllSt'e.r: J*:'/.;mcsentatives of the as follows! : ill the last of May, which shall be to each of the four head their omission, under oath, and l ,

United *..ta:'cs if' America in Callgrer'l For Brenton's Point, sixty thousand in the year one thousand eight Chiefs of the Quapau tribe agreeably accompanied by a statement of )

rss 'I.b"'cl, Th?t the sum of dollars ; hundred and twenty-six ; any thingin to the second article of the I I the collector, of all the circumstances ;

For New Utrecht Point forty this act, contained to. the contrary treaty with said tribe, dated the attending the transaction
five thot:$-::'l dollars: be, and the ,
notwithstanding. fifteenth November, eighteen hun- within the knowledge of such collector .t
same is hertby: ,ap( +,ropriael[ out thousand dollars; -
of any unappropriated: \ money in! For :Fort Pelaware, seventy-one Approved March 3, ]825. dred and twenty-four, two thousand if. he shall be satisfied that ,

thousand six hundred and dollar.. the failure to complete the said '
Treasury! f.r the! purchase! IJ fSowks seventy- An act declaring the cement cf Congress
uncJor he direction: of rite nine: dollars and fifty cents. than act of the Central Assembly of For payment of he annuity pro- entry was accidental, or without any -
For 'For Monroe hundred vided for by the same article of : intention to evade the law or ,
joint Lit))':;t'y C-Jinmi"', for tht I : one Virginia, tiierein meitioned.
use of the l.i'jr.1: .v of Congress.Sic. -.housand dollars ; Be it enacted by the Senate and the said treaty, one thousand dollars. : defraud the revenue, to direct the

--' 2. And be U further'enacted, For Fort Calaoun, seventy thou- House of;Representatives cf the said entry to be completed, and the :

That thi sum of t lrce hundred lId dollais ; United Sttlte8, -of Av.rrica in Congress i For the purchase of provisions certificates debentures, as the I! 1 i

and thi:ty-tine dollars h%: and the For the Fort at Mobile Point, assembled, Thai the assent I I I for six months, as provided for by case may bt:, Jo issue, in the same -

same is hereby, appropriated l out one }hundred thousand dollars ; of Congress is hereby given and :. the fifth article of said treaty, fifteen manner as if such entry hcd been

of auy unappropriated money in fel' thc- hurt :)i Chef Monteureur declared .lo un act of the General' thousand three hundred anse'cnttwo completed within the period prescribed

:Treasury, for the purchase olVurniture ; l Me!'; ,] one hundred I thousand I Assembly! of Virginia entitled dollars. by the existing laws of the r;
For furnishing facilities fur the United States. i'
for the 1 N'-\v Libiary.H. dol'J I'5'' ; 'An act incorporating companyfor
tht Mississippi the of thenavigation transportation of said Indians, as Approved March 3 1825. t
CLAY, \ Fell' Foil Jackson, on purpose improving I ,
of the lou of hundred thousand of the river provided for by the aforesaid fifth I .
Speaker, e Ileprescnlatives.JOIINM.AILLARD !::: ), o: e : App.matox -, 4 ?
article of said treaty, one thousand 4ir t
dnlh"b': : from Pocchontss Bridge to ,
President ot the Senate, protempore.Wellington ; : dollars. I An act authorizing; the subscription of I
ft.aufo/t in ICorthCarolina the
Fornr rou a. Broadway ; passed on eighth
I tb. 5j,.1825 : Approved.JAMilb For the of : I stock in the Chesapeake and Delaware \\
a Sub-Agent
: : A*OXl UE. ifMrty! tnu; "-a'i.-* collars: 1 ; I day of December:Il out thousand pay or C anal Company. ft
o For :F.
Resolution directing :in inventory of thin d r.H.4l's.: i .\,,)roved March, *3, 1825. Indians, as is! Provided: for by the Be it enacted by the Senate and I I )
House of of '
Representatives the
Furniture the President'! house to Fore; ;!:airsand: conting'ncies, same article of said treaty, five ,i )
be takcn. AM act makingmrshrr: appropriations for hundred dollars. United States of America in Con- i
ei,{:ht tlxiu" und three hm.dreri und I {) )
Resolved by the Senate ar.d ,.\'.rnt\ dollars and fifty cent, ; the .Ni.i'.taty: :!erv1ce; fur tie: je.tr one For the payment of the annuities gress assembled, That the Secretary -

Mouse of' Representatives of the l-'tjr the, 1 p"l:yet vation of, the Is- tlou:.. alllihundred: and twenty I pro vided for b> the second of'the Treasury DC, and he is ,

JJnited States o' America in Congress l luiK.sin M-ision Jla fbor. : t. c. i and third articles of the treaty of hereby, authorized and directed, l
npcesary ; &&Jc it enacted by the Senate and
aixtntbled) That the Cornuiissioner to the security of that J plncc! {Jf'y-j i ilortse of ,Rj cr'ehfntatived of tip J l the twentieth of January, eighteen to subscribe, in the name and for i
i I Ii i the use of the United Stales for
of the Public Buildings! hundred and twenty-five, with the ,
II thousand sine buhcli"ii! i -
i two ?art \I Lni'td States cf America in ( 'OH-j
,. {I Ibe'entt'o one thousand five hundred sharesof I
be, and lie is hereby, authorized h I .llars und I 1 Clioctaw; nation of Indians ; and t
l Jlaly-S-: i\i !-) cab axzembltid, Tuai.. the foliovif -
and dirrctcd to take an inv .nioryof Provided huwtver Thul: < ais'->, of an annuity to Robert Cole, the capital stock of the Chesa-
cenis_: i j i stuns: be. and the same are
the furniture- 01'the! I'residcnt'sIluusr the right, of soil l oi ,aiti Island* t hfcs'tby, appropriated, to nil : provided for by the 10th article, peake and Delaware Canal Company ;

at such lime as may I be I shall be first vested ii the Unite! Fur +)r the Supenniendenl twelve thousand and one hundred and to pay fur the same, at
euuvenien' to the President ; and States. I pay I and fifty dollars. such times and in such propor- "
of Indian AhVirs at St. Louis and
lo deliver! a copy thereof to the For the armament of new fev ti- For the payment of the claimsof tions, as may be required by the
the several: Indian as allowed -
President elect, and one copy to fic itions one hunarcd thousand I the Choctaw nation, for serviceson said company, out of the divi-
< by I law, t\ien-eight thousand -
each House ofAppioved Conrrss.. dollars. the Pensacola campaign, and dends which may grow due to the :
)_")....;. dollars. United States
.March their
x.1 Approved March 3d, IS. tithe other claims of the Choctaw In- upon bank ;
For sub including
-- pay agents, stock in the Bank of the United
dians, as provided for by the sixth #
the |) on the Missouri, as
An actconHrni'ii, : ;! an act of the Legislature An act to a'ithcrize the President of the twl and eighth articles of said treaty, States.
of Virginia" : entitled An actincorpurun I'niti-d States to cause a road to be allowed law, thirteen, thousanddollais. sixteen thousand nine hundred Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, ,
:;' C'iioaprukeaiw Ohio Cttl <- marked out from the Uesteru frontier i
l Company,".:nit .in act of the State of:'li >:toun,to the confines, of New Mex For presents i to Indians, as authorized antI seventy-two dollars and fifty. That the said Secretary of the
of i.U'rl viand, .'Oniir>aing tee! : sane. by! act t f one thousand cents. I Treasury shall vote for President
Iii it enacted the Senate and ico.tic For the of the and Directors of the said
uy it enacted by the Senate and\ eight hundred'} and two, fifteen salary Agent, Company -
li-Aiss cf l'(/ rctr'1aJ1'rl of the HQIISC cf Jicjircscntativcs of the thousand do lars. provided for by the ninth, article of according to such number of

United &at3 of Amrrica in Coj- United Matt of America in Con- For said treaty, fifteen hundred dol- shares, and shall receive upon the
contingent+ ( ninety-
mean assrn.btrd) Th'al, the act o f''tgress assembled, That the President five thousuncl,! dollar expenses lars. said stock, the proportion of the ;

the Le ,hl ture of tin State of' Virginia of the United States be, and For pay m nt of the amount of For carrying into effect the provisions tolls which shall, from time to ..

entitled An act incorporating he hert'bt' is, authorized to appulntCmH'uhsioncrs the annuity due lo the Cherokee of the ninth article of said time, be due to the United States,

; the Chesapeake: and ,{Jhio I to mark out a nat iUil' under tne treaty 011.well l- treaty, the provisions of the third for the shares aforesaid.

Canal! Company," bestial the ; road: from the Western frontier of fourth Octobrr i one thousand* eight* article, for the survey and sale of Approved March 3d, 1825.

same is hrirhy, ratified and confirmed the State of Missouri, to the boundary hundred 'ldl fiurvhith \vus rati-; the fifty-four sections ofland therein -

so Jar' be line of United States in referred to and for running the "
tne ;
atnty necessaryi'cr ,
hid of An amend "
fl.ji.'j! ;'; t(n' last scssicn Con- act to an act, entitled an ac2
: the purpose of cnablincany the direction to Santa Fe, of New line defined in the first article, and
I'r' '), h-.l fcrvnich nu payment i to alter the time of holding the Circuit ;
ctm.pamythat may hereafter he 7h'xicoP"Jvl'ed, That the saidCcanli5siotlers c.:' .. I /rupriati'Jii; : : has heretofore s|I any other expenses arising our of and District Courts of the United States
formed by tl.i authority of said shall tint obtainthe 1 tt I I the execution of the said
t!n t'n 1 H1 aUc, fweulYhou nd dol- i treaty, for the District of South Carolina. J
act ol'incorp--i ii '.uion, *o curry into I I.f consent of the inlerven:1.. : : j ;.,,! I J ten thousand dollars. Be it enacted the .
-.f':>ct ilii ]p" t' i*:'.:m there r/. ia: th" r lriht> Indians I I by treat to li.e-,, !. I,: .,;; mcut: of said annuity for Towards the execution cf any House of by Senate and
i"l"3'I'Ct': of I'oUraV.a? : whhiri th- marking; of the said road, at'd to I tip; t.'. r cue .:uasancl eight hun- treaty that may be ratified by the United States of America of the
t-:;. !usiTe L. !>Jj.-t'( of the j United States in Con-
/:: UrhI the! unmolested tine tnereof lu the prior to the next
( roij a r u H'-Q.\.1 ii v e, according
assembled That from
Cal: Sttt'S. ," '.'t is 1 "" ,I l.!'' r. I ci'.izrtts of list-1: tJi-i'iMl S>.;,te.s,. ;tidlto me st; : ofs aid session of Congress, wih the Creek gress '
:l'.i\w\ ; ojie
after of
:;bee. 2. ?; id b. a //r/J-r enacted, t: thr Mtj;:::,vn fVjv.j'.iStr. ; -.. I .tthJ'.i : Indians, for the extinguishment of passing act, the
: : :: l0 r!
Circuit Court for
That! ah u'J :iieSt.itcx.i Vir h iriur ,I 0_. :.-;.-.1. .'jf :: f...; :/...".r .,..-.:::ccThat L., I "' I I. effect their title to lands in Georgia and the District of
1"- .. |, :: ('r / :.trrlb" Into so much South Carolina
u Maryland desire, at any li're, I I the Fffsiufiii ?c'. ilic ",,", h1 .'<1 J!. of t'tc' :fourth 1''article<:) of the Alabama, and for the removal ofsaid at Columbia*

to :,:\':.il I itsvif' of tht l : iijhl: secured: !'I, S1 ..!'('S bvi.u I:| .l he !Jji-rjby j is, auf.u'zed .he- '.. '. I treaty.h.'csq Indians west of the Mississippi South Carolina, shall commence e Jon
t; ;:! January: one thousand
to it, !byh..- twenty-fr-s: : seclui; i I ; to c;......'... li.e mafkir.;...;. of: L I," 'u Siunared and bet'i'lJ I two hundred and fifty thousand the fourth Tuesday in November
; twenty-one, instead of
;he act af.ircsai'!, 'o lav! and co- :J If I 'jii loau Ln_ :a.. continued .from tii,- dollars. annually, the third
the United
t : end the
linue a canal: from a'+y point vii bou-ifluv Lnr of tilt United Stalesto Creek Washington March 3/ 1825: Approved. Tuesday, as is now provided for
natiQnas relates the
i I compensation the
the Chesapeake: and Ohio! Canal: t h.* 1'rotit'r i rf. arty Mexico, by an approved twentyfifthof
the citizens ofGeorgia
I ) iue to Joint Resolution authorizing the Public May, one thousand eight hundred
to other the uridersuc'i
any point \v tiiiTt tl-- rtulaiiutis; us inlay be
'I !by tne CrreK nation, it Documents, order of' and
printed by Congress twenty-four.

ritory of the District: of Columb for hat 1 between
agreed -
up I Purpose. being for the 1 paymenl of the fourth to be furnished to the Gardiner
orthrodgh the same: 03 applies | tlif'L.:cct'U''e of tht- United instalment, which \%ill he due on Lyceum. Sec. 2. And be further, enacted,

lion to the President of the! States, and the Mexican Gorern- said; claims in: one thousand eight Resolved by the Senate and That all suits, actions, torts, pro-

ted! States, by the Executive lUi-I' ir.ent. hundred and>venty-fivcaccoiding House of Representatives of the cesses, and other proceedings,

Stale, the President is authorized i j S r c. C. .,1:1 b r i;further enacted, to the stipulations of said treaty, United States of America in Congress which 'are now pending in said

and empowered to depute thn'l.1 1 iThat the sum of ten thousand dol-! twenty-three thousand dollars. assembled, That one copy Circuit Court, or which now are, [

skilful commissioners of the Vni- lars ut) said( the same hereby is, For defraying the expenses of of Se)'bert's Statistical Annals, or may hereafter be commenced .

%cd States' Corps of Engineers, to appropriated to dvfray the expenses holding (reaties with the Sioux, and Pitkin's Statistical View V for, or returnable to, the said _Cir j

survey and examine so mete of cf Jk-i...rking the said road : Chippe'ways* Menomeenes, Sauks, and also one copy of the public cuit Court at Columbia, at the I

the route of such canal as may and the f-irlhcr sum of twenty Foxes cc. as estimate of Gen- Journals of the Senate and of the time heretofore established, shallbe

affect, Jn any mannerthe navigation thousand dollars, to defray the expenses eral! Clarke, for per' the purpose of establishing House of Representatives, and of returnable to,. heard, tried, and :

of the Chesapeake and Ohio : 1 of treating with the In- boundaries and the Documents published under determined in'the said Circuit. '

Canal. The said commissioners'l,Yiians: for their, consent to the establishment peace, Stc.jbelwcen: said promoting tribes, the orders of the Senate and Houseof and Court established.!, at the time hereby fixed- ,

\ ra majority of ascertain and use thereof the Representatives respectively,
i ; ten thousand ,four hundred dol- Approved March 3d, 1825.
a* far as practicable, whe- said sums to be paid out of any lars. which have been, or shall be, published -

they the canal proposed to be'constructed money in the Treasury, not otherwise For arrearages prior to the first by virtue of a resolution,

t by the Slate aforesaid, appropriated. Julyone thousand eight hundred passed December the,w nty-sr.- An act to make Castine a port of entry for -;: .

gill injure or impede the navigation Washington, March 3, 1825 : Approved.An and fifteen, twenty thousand 1 \ enlh, one thousand eight hundred ships or vessels coming from beyond' .:. ,

ol the Chesapeake and Ohio o dollars. and thirteen ; be transmitted to the Cape of Good Hope. ', )
Canal), and to the act fixing the place! for holding the : the Executive of the State of
dent report PI'esi-1 I Circuit and District Courts of the United For arrearages, from first July, Be. it,enacted. by the Senate and
of the United States the facts Maine,.for the use and benefit of
States for the Southern District of one thousand eight hundred and House of Rcpretentatrvcs the -
and reasons on which they may New-York.' fifteen to first January, one thou- the Gardiner Lyceum, in said United States of America in of Congress -. 4

ground their judgment thereupon; i Jle it enacted by the Senate and sand eight hundred and eighteen, State. assembled I That from
*nich report shall be submitted ,i House of Representatives ohis four thousand dollars. Approved March 3,1825. after the first day of April next,

|P the Congress the United ,. United States of America in Congress For the payment: of claims a- Ca tine, in the State of Maine

;Mates, at their session next ensu8 assembled, That the Circuit gainsl the Osa' es by citizens of 'Xn act authorizing the Secretary of the of shall be, and is hereby ''madea
to direct the completion ,
the date thereof, for their de- j I and District Courts ot the United 1 the United States, three thousand entries Treasury:for the benefit of drawback after port of entry for ships.or. vessels' .

C1Sl011.shall thereon ; and, if Congress i Stales, for the Southern District of five hundred and eighty-two dol- the period of twenty days. coming. .from Beyond the Cape\ojT'

1 he of opinion that the said I New York, shall be holden in the lars and fifty cents, being; the ba- Be it enacted by the Senate and_ Good Hope. : < >

canal may be cut in the manner I City Hall,id the city of New York, lance of a former 1 appropriation House of Representative o the Approved-March. 3d, 1825.. .
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-i ,, p '1 '- when the applicants plain incontrovertible. law, to Mr. Macon, and the truth l had
.' f '.i JVwniff };a.< Florida Herald.We poisoning the public mind, andcreatirlg upon at any time, themselves : acquit me of an unfounded and i I been elicited! he would'have found
r : ; r l' publish the statement of impression in Con maytchoose! to present delegate
that 0"a
: ; their credenlials. heethless.charge! :; and to our '\ inletistirmct propp&i!
t: :;':/: .. Judge Smith, with the letters alluded gress, : and, amongst ''the highest to 'examine them attorneys the'con cioustess, and the don contained that leiier \
lo license as aa
: 1 : to'in our last. This seems authoritit's 'of our extremely and
;: country, before of the shame, which should fellow a false : correct ; he would have, foundUiftt[
: : 4- : to be the more necessary, that the: prejudicial to me. bortuualely to practice any I had not established
See law clamour and calumny. a rule, to doa
: :! t public may upon the same sheet, 1 may address_ the ..public courts a'-the' Territor} 12. But have a_ right, when I havebel.n single act vacation, which i U

: t ;Jr. *, ;::3 have the hole matter before them. : and: so brief and clear is the of the Territory, vol. 1. page arraigned btfurc ,the public: not required so to "be dune I by
... substantially commissioner the
And when read the unqualtfird who will condescend I am ma te,
they that
; case, no one -
'( t imprisonment 10 thai 1 have act- l laws, of the Territory Ic
(from not only prove uouiil
discharge ;
L of to
f" J appiobation, respl'ctablrract lo read statement, can, I ,,
my ascertained
iniolvent deblors ed in strict conformity 'o law ; but have that Mr. ?Jacou
practitioners, conforming with the firmly ,believe, withhold his assent all
< had fees Lr
still further indulgence, not paid me all
committed by authorityolmy to asU a 110?
which he has taken of the ,whether :
: J : views lo my perlect vindication.The while show that conduct, in for half of the services, rendered
: tit" laws oi Congress and the Territory attack of Mr. Call, in itsVCl'y own CG.UI :, or by processfrom my ;
of thecharge I hxd
.4 that never required
Justices relation to the subject or asked
of the County or
'. I It....; if there was a previous doubl outset, is distinguished by any marked
and in has also been by him.to pay me one cent ; thai he
in the mind it must beimmediately of courts of : F.dSt'Florida ; ,
.f ofny one, one of those blunders, which
: and libel! alily had voluntarily, about the l ifo\
tedious delicacy prudence,
in favor of each caseto: go through a ,
; i dissipated him, be said to be characteristic t -
l may for time he ofiice
notices 1 therefore now add, that along was at my left
detail of outers, depositions a
all occasions
the who '
could neither
Judge but which
upon I
: pro-
t : ,, I rendered these scrvi- small roll, of twelve! and a
of schedules! half.CClat -
I : ):' :;; of public duty, has merited the ceed from, nor be tolerated in any examinations I( lime, bills
without receiving corporation \
I \ without
of ) distribution and assignment cts, at my office, ie-
I i, : :;i 4hatiks,ofevrry good citizen. other person occupying the hono- property j I
1 : ;, A. trie editor of a public Journal rable1 and responsible station ofa .i of the same, uniformly ; for them, the fees allowed by I law I quest or comment from me, sayingit

I I : I t lor' : l,' candor demands this much Delegate in Congress. If indeed n quiring three or four d las s of unremitting -That I have never, to this da>, was" w'nal he usedI me :-hc

'ii & f: 'f .: fp'in us, and were he our personal he had, adverted lo the objects, for I attention and labor ; and tuken one cent, when they were I would have found, that from sis

I r. :'J ,: cneir.)' we coud! not, in justice, which ,the office that I hold, was this to b& performed upon request, performed on the application of( a I only of the numerous memU-rs of

1. .' I. withhold this unqualified expression created ; if he vhad, read, with ordinary either of the imprisoned debtor, I .private ir.d \idual. That 1 finally I the bar,. had 1 ever received- :-1 Um

t 1.1,* ;', ',;, ':' of cur opinion.Notwithstanding intelligence, the law cf or his crelitor.-Laws of the 2ei- commenced receiving them, from fees. But en these points, it js -
t .
ro/l 21. Vol. the gentlcintn e-fthe bar, upon: the nol for me lo decide whether
i' : \, : the violent mea Congress 1822; establishing a ritory, lj flagc 2,1 terror

( ( ,: sures'that( ; are uung to turn the Tcrntoiiol Government in Florida page 71. i advice of the principal and most wa intcntion l

: current of public opinion against ; or: understood* cither of the 1 am required in all cases respecJable members, indeed upon I have now done uiih Mr. Call :

!.'!'? \ Judge Smith, ue :are happy to p"erct'i 'subsequent acts, in amendment throughout East Florida, whenever that of ail l, without excepuon, whoat if his intentions have teen honest

I :H: ,'e that it has produced a contrary thereof, the last of which was origitidled an all"aFhmrnl.can be cUimedby that time transacted business may he receive the award of corn..

>it f. *fc. 'J effect ; aud we are happy l l410 l- by himself, as ygent for credilpr, against the proper-I I before me. These gentlemen, sta- missel. ulion, to which errois of

j F '; : so to perceive: tat: the people are he Territory ; he could never ty of his debtor, on his application led to me, that it was unpleasant the understanding; and of his judg.

: t : : ', able to rlisc"imira\e\ between jus- have bren guilty, in the face of the or that) of Kia attorney, to to them, to continue their repealed men, may entitle him. If malig.nity .
t-'f .. tic** viid injustice, 'we will not de- nation, of charpfmp me with misconduct lake his affidavit! to determine ;: calls and applications army I of heart, and rxi-gry and! malevolent

I, 5 ', "\ sc. mi lo particulars 1 nor be the I as District Judge of the upon his surclies, to receive their I|i office, unless I would receive the l passions h: \ C impelled

I .\ k r r. i 14.(Hum rf recrimination ; it is Uritl'dtes; ; an office( which I bond, amllo make "out and to issue; j I: compensation to which the law ei- him to the overt acs of outrage.

suiPui! nt thai: we act in conformity do not hold, and which does not the writ of I aU:1C .nlent., whether I it titled i rie.Under which he has exhibited; I still leavo

't"'. l with our avowed principles: exist in Florida. be return tk lo my court or to any this practice, thus commenced him to 'he justice: and cliLslUoincht

,/; i .' which bind us to shield, as far as This mistake would have been other within the local limits of .I no individual who has of j.ublic SCntiiiit- '.

., : :' .. in our jowrr, public officers, from pernUlted to pass wiihout notice, my jurisdiction -La-3 of tile Ter ever been before me, has made the Joseph-L. Smith.

I a.ttacks"jth this we are ritory. vol\\ 2/ageS5. slightest objection, or suggesud .
:. imjuM :
;. hd nol the comment been necessary ] .lugustine, (F.; tsrd ..Cl' ch, 1..2J.
[I I :: conKnl' : ; and will l let those who to a clear understanding olihe 1 am called upon and required any doublet its equIty, propriety

nu dilute! mischief! voluntarily fall I subject of .Mr. Call's aCCusa- to examine) end to admit to bail, incases !I or legalify. 1 h.:.ve only to add, -

t :. : inio the pit wl.icii! they have: dLI. of commitment by any inferior that since 1 have been in ofiice in S!. ./lt v lllthl 3rt_'2'wch, 1CCJ.SIU .

tion.A Justc. ( f the Florida! the whole amount offers,
magistrate| or ) -On seeing the
; TvtheEJitjrtfthe Etst Florida. Herald.hJR District Judgerhes all his report (;,
," \ Peace, though bail by hm: n.ay which I have received, for all these the speech of'the Honorable Hzch-
t': The 'csed vindication auihoiit from the laws and constitution -
1 ) have betn "refused f end 1 am further service, does nol exceed thirty- ard K. Call, the Dele-gt of thiiTcrrito.
: of my conduct from the accusation I of ihe United Stales ; :
t : to discharge at \five dollars.
:' t I, "I of (un. Cal: I b-j g you to insert in : juri' iiietion' with very limited exceptiot reqiired any : y to Congress, on a motion
; time, an) Ikrs'r, who may be illegally After his (' posit ion, I leave made by him, in the House
with i tin is confined origi- I of:
to cases
t next er
,; you papeI1 logcl :
confined, or held! i in custody.Litias Mr. Call to the public, and to the Representatives, N.ran
I aien-icn'is: of the very respectable! iiuUngin these souiccs ; by them, inquiry into
Its fr' the Territory '1'1)1, award that they shall: pass upon the luct und legality of having .
,enthtiien of Hubar, whicu acCOrny I his duties and his compensation your
t pages !4!, 150, 153. Vol. 2, /2uge his conduct. 1 leave him to reflect received fees for the
; i it. Through the same 1 exclusi\ey! regulated and according performance -
: 'I are ; ; I IO false and
Of has made
hat he a
I : business
; their hej ** oi vacation, as the.JtuUe
: 1'1ec'ium,1 have also respectfullyto : ; r lo provisions,
,f. In cases of the l levy of execution fiagilous charge against me ; that j jI i iI (*;i" the Superior Court
: request tnt} : Editors of the National j may tit! 'l' rha.tM, in any instance, f of
!I f upon reaUeitate, 1 am required I I he h $volunteered to make it, ad : Hast tlorida, I conceived it
Intflligeneer, to give them : or for any official act, be legally art
; to aid in eflVctin-g the saleof in opposition; to the feelings: and t of
: ]jwbliri'y in their paper, and to express -(entitled: to fees. Hut this is not act simple justice to you tiVfIeV (
I such estate t under hat extculion i wishes ol$ the people of East Flon-ii I i to
*>Ie that the public I 1 Terriioiial officer your acceptance,
4 hope, my Case: ; uin a any
: I this occasion, I II I
I made the ministerial whom he hs, on
; am jda use might tr.inkfi
0 you ; to
in Connecticut native: of which in i of
: prims my | ; u Ju-'ge a couit,
,1-1. : State, will l do me-tnt kindness al- j the slMulejj of the United S'ates, officer, to select five freeholders! asappraer I most grossly misrepresented and I[ it,- my testimony as to the circumstances
insert their I I leave it to the public
,1! to nameson
: I
: bo ro rrpnblihh: them, that there, j I und of the Tenitory, is uniforu.lvi } I {I I unucrv you first
6 1i: sliI S 01'ibp'' Ttoaue the( Marshal to decide, whether the only I excuse ,
| I charged IVes for
% v hi're I fv-el 1 T deep interest in the i denominated a Superior Court, suchbusiness..
to draw by lo: in my presct.ce which has been assigned in I I Thii. in
conformity with
: good opinion of rm fellow citizens, and vested with general jurisciic1 your requeal -
three of five make the of his i ir.iscomiurt, by I
t 1 the; to ap: ; extenuation 1 now beg leiive
th) slander! to submit
publicly urged against! lien, in all Ten-hot ial matters! tow to
Pl'aisrmrntl.} I to call the such friends he clic! in
am as
I :: t me, muy be ." t fun !h. i irh plso i is scperadded, a portion jou.
; ;- before me, swear them to this: vicinity, viz : that he has been t
1 1 nmSir: of Ihat winch appertains to j 1 cannot bring to my rccollec-!
\ ruakttIlt' informed tis.t: 1 die(! not estimate
alpraisement$ impartially ,
;, : Vcr lUspec-ful'y!' the Disuitl Court of the United ; : lion the precise period at filch
I and i issue them writ- and ir/iclhgeurc! I'I''I
'. to to my j| his understanding l
YCUJ.ht if
:! M servant, SliJ({-5. By the law of Cor.giess tho' practice referred to was first
:, : order fbr the of stand..,. ,i. and !
ien I
f { bv a very .
e. .T. ) ? .. Smith.1 creating this ofTici-, and for the I adopted. ; but I do most distinctly:
: : .Ii.. t _u ..__ __ rl_. { the d u 1\'.-!Laws of the Territory. on that account, that he mucie his !j
I IV J'l'O 1 : : r'UflLI2. .1 purpose of performing the aho\c.j 1 reir.crnbe that before is adoplicu
vol << 63. does not to
: :h 2/ffltfe attack me,
; : : The' Honorable:: R.uU! I a-.ti requised at all times in vacation this prostitution of bis ofiirial ami j':
\0" thr Delegate flOlni this Territory court annually, in St. August that I wouldexamine the Ma'u'e
.. \ not'during, I a term of my'court honorable station to ihtr gralifka-j: I t
I hdtiti.1:* in 1 bis ofiiciiil station, I; and, associated with the oi t I|,i uf the Territory of 1823, which
'l to hear and to decide motions lieu personal animosity, a sill
.: : : Ut'iriiit! expedient to lhkC: Lg..lU \- i her Territorial Judges, to form a .I rcguiaes the fees of its judicial
to interlocutory ordi darker hue ?
t sand
". : ; '. t rue, the charge of u illegally I court of appeals at Tallahassee, pass and other public officers. a.d I give
: : to issur commissions to t;.!ke I J It ::ve to Mr. Call if I Ije is willing -
4 : vAmjsJees as a Judge of the the new scat of government, two I i ycu my opinion whether h authoriztd -
'; II 1eStiflOT1y.-LaW8 cfths Territory, the inquf1., to 1
; to answer
: :! Dismo Court of ihe U St&tes," U hundred and fifty miles distant : I say : you as Judge the Supe.-
v vol. \,jwgt' 26. Vol. 2, pages 81, after having: ha i JL principal yg 'ncy -
cannot he deemed intrusive, or am further required to hold two rite Court to cnarie fees for business -

a t ;:t1J \ 1"f,: imtiro) er on my part, thai I repelihi's other terms as a Superior Court, 87. i in the passive: of the I 1 laws, dne in vacation :-'.hall did_
fore the at Jacksonville the liver These above enumerated: arc which are my complete justification
"r1j : charge public, andjustify on St. thereupon give such an examination -
:. 1 conduct. John's the time und some of extraordinary laboia, } from the charge he hai made,
't > t' my ; place designated to it as at that time led me to
li,' :: In the performance of this duty by the erriioriul Legislature imposed upon tfl(' by the Legislative : whether the making! ofthatcharbl., the decided opinion that
'.. Council of riurida. Their and the thereof do you were
munn.T not
p I perceive nothing, in the agreeably to authority expressly I entitled by ito fees for such business -
,, forced
) perfoimaiice, by the most the estimate ofhis
: alleged
course of intemperance and :invective given by the act of Con iRiplica-' juslify ; and that this opinion was
1" construction e-ttend'-.l" ?
exhibited by Mr. Call, sufficiently gress. These are all the duties undemanding communicated by to I
r f I lion, cannot be claimed of me, in I leave it to the public, to pass you.
which 1
V I attractive induce directed
to me am : to perform understood at that time that sifaibr !
to tallow: his the laws of'lhe United I virtue of tLC, laws of the United sentence upon the intellect of that a -
example : a plain, Dj view of the law in quesiioo
i States ; they do not follow my appointment man, a lawyer and a legislator,
statement is all that can bneces- creating the olVace, or by any ac had been taken and
SJrfor vindication and all of the Tt'I'ritfJI'mad in !jand are no (part of the who in making a charge againsta expressed to
my ; pursuance you, by other {gentlemen of the br
on this subject lha. canbcacceptauif th I'eofo For their performance t ilutiesfor which 1 receive a salary judicial' officer, of a corrupt vio- in this city
= upon a : Bf
J- from the Qenvral l Governnuni.
latiot. of l bw, shall his
urge conviction -
to tltc public. If! the laws of I have nevtr charged t.nccemofitcs I you to theni as to its

_ I. this Tt't'it"1 y. under which I ha\e ; without reference to the I For reasons however already! staled -l i upon what any legislator j I to the Judges of the applicability
r t ac'rd hud' I have I constantly performed i : against\ the deftest i import Superior
forth may say ;
gone to the nation inadequacy of my s.\Jar r, they have l | Courts of this *
4 E wiih I tle I; unfounded accusa- been '.X(>fU ted pirunplly and...cheerfully them!, my office, for this ptrrpose, of the luw ilself. The charge Territory.

.- r 1 : tifti marie ajraiiibt me, I would ; 1 hope to the rnlire satisfaction has been thronged; frequently from i in question can derive no strength Since this mailer has brcnmadetht

1r hate remained silent ; for these of the people of East Florid day to (hay1,; and without taking from the alleged! present'of the subject! of public complaint ar.tlor

i w JdWS would) have carried with a. into accou!it:, Ivy: own limt* and labor accused, at the direct discussion inquiry- ?\jr. Call, I have given,.

; thnthe!: clearest aud most unequivocal But the of a Jui abe! cflice in Florida, of the expediency ol allowing him lo this statute another atid more
1' ,.... Legislature Florida, cannot: be rented and but deliberate examination: and I
justification of my acts.If of which I'r. Call I he kept: at fees for business dove in vacation, ;

,-; 10 ; the cr.arpe had not been made humble member, has says was an an expense seriously subtracting; because the f.ici assumed is not have found ;nothing in it lo imuc!

ii : \ b f.\'l. he House of Represcnla- to call on me for ihe thought )proper from the salary: allowed!! me byj a departure l from the opinion I

t : ti''S, at &:, la'e a pcrutt *.f the of various other performance Con J"f'sR.-This I have borne, and true.Why did Mr. Call make this had before formed, or to create :a

: biml'of services, in without complaint for than doubt in .iy mind of the legality
i m : t ,6 tir! present Cong> s, no way lequtrcd} of me, and neverconlernpia'ed more accusation without inquiry of the
i &> thai '!''li Call two years. ? for of your reception of fees for offi
4.! "t fearless of lefuta- Judge without asking an explanation -
: "' if 1 ?, by tie I laws of the
,., t i lion. might mge his slanderous iiiivd Stairs. These The laws: of this Territory. ? Il seems that his mind cial services: performed) at yearchambers

:i ri: tf-; : uecJatIitn 1 ; to that body onl\ was/ :1\ my option lo perform services! it which called l upon me to render had snne ,;painful misgivings: on in vacation. The written

: fl %v.st.dt! I the;' h: \'e addressed myconuvi'iticaiion 10 'diui' for or these sl'rviceusoSl: expressly and! the subject : ht did appear to ap law ot'the land, as I under
virtue of .
; by
I my unequivocally authorized stand it, clearly sustains the legality
; and fr'fItha"t accrptanrecf the office me to prehendhat the Judge would find
'tip 1:; trthun, l alone. havf, nought: a. de- Judge, conferred the TcrritoI.ial receive fo.them, the ordinary fees, some law of the Territory to justify of your conduct in this J particular

-.;- *- ; ; Cb'H': which' hould) have rescuedra.te Government the by General }prescribed for su services, in the his conducta glimmniing Oi' ; and your reference to thc5

::1': i : Thy !"! : ?', froin; ihe dd'af'tiGn! } I, Council was simply, Legislative fee-bill of :the statute bookhewho light and Iru'h seemed to pervade gentlemen who J practised- your
c 4 of our Delrtai.! Hut iv.upji all 'I regulate the manner in which to can read, cannot but under feebly indeed, the dark vision of court for their exposition of that:

::4 j 1;: Si that '">>e most: iuu1tc'ut charity' Terrnoiial, jurisdiction should my beexercised stand. At ,the 186th page of the his understanding !-Why, did he law, before you tivaifed yourself ol

.t .; ;' can claim, on ne scoe ol* i rror of and to of sl'cCJl1d'olurr.e: in the second section not then, seek explanation from its provisions, demonstrates it3

-ilL :: judgment and misconccptfon of hold! terms of my rrquiie court, at me other to of the :act, establishing fees, the Judge ?-Why, under such integrity & scrupulous! delicacy-

J4b ;: law and facts ; and all that ran rnr.es und places, than those bferfixjIi tiie COflifltOfl: for i circumstances, did he traduce him To myself, 1 would beg leave to

t h; 'be yieJded in I"xcu'e to a flighty in the act of Congress.mentioned administering, oaths, taking aflida- before the representatives of time say, that the course adopted by

; ,: : man, actuated by personal pique nut though not bound to render tit* and bonds, making official nation ? when he knew that the you under, the. sanction of the law,

_ and pusMcn, may be Conceded in these services, some of which in certificates and orders, making and shortnes oV lime, made it phys was most ac."eptablt.and \\"3S.S()

:;: I ;- '? favor of Mr. Call, yetit is impossible the \eiy terms of the act, in is?uttg: \fri is: and filing papers in cally impossible, that the accused declared to you at the'time : toil

p4, ;* r1; : : to allow, that he could be ig of the principle were recognition left lo public for officfs, the only services, should exhibit his defence before should almost have felt a determination

; norant or fox getful, when he arraigned mv choice ; still respe(.t to the which ll have eves' icceived the the Congress, in which the attack on your part, to decline the

my conduct! near the close voice of the Legislature of the allowed compensation, :are foundin was made-why, upon the incomprehensible compensation allowed by the law,

of a short session Congress that Territory and a sincere wish to the: following words, riz : "That letter ol Edgar Macon, as an intended evidence of unwillingness

} F4 ; it was absolutely impracticable! !benefit the community, and to when any officer shall perform any who declares that I have taken to perform the numerous

::4 t; M'ill for rithe-r' anSWf'r or explanation prevent service under ond by virtue of fees, Mid yet that I have not and oftentimes the troublesome
interruption or emb'irrassIP taken
: ijf-!, r to be receixed from me, before the I to concrrns in any law of this Territory, and no fees either in a United States, or duties devolved upon Judges of I
t any any man-
dissolution cf that body, to which compensation) shall be provided by Territorial Cause should our Courts in vacation-I would
: ncr to my charge, or Jn he have
: he had this law forsuch! officer, he
I mine
preferred his insidious shallrec9ve :ventured to 'make Iso remark, that no client of
the -
apt which I had
: respect a right to charge at
'I, t 1 peal. Mr. 'Jail, on making his address act, induced me in instance the ame compensation as .all ? and why did he not has: ever uttered to me the It'nst
I. & 5 : : f if-lie reflected every is allowed! by law to any other officer dissatisfaction the fees
:>i all, must readil ? :to wilh the same District in-p8)'inC"
comply Attorney to
: : for the same for .
lmavecalcilatedtIat.hisaccusatjo. enactment.Amo or similar ser state the amount which he I had charged for business of this kifl'
1 'I' !1 however unjust, for'waht of |I I ? 1 sir
J s : opportunity 1 th? claims for servicesof After presenting this paid was he unwilling, that something .- am very re.pertullYtYour
:'r'' : on my part, would rest upon the description abovemention law to the like the sum of three dollars obed ient s rvant, '
JJt. r me unanswered public, I .might close my statement '
unrefuted ed I and twenty-five
am made liable to be called it cents, should have JOHN DRYSDALE
: to that

_ ti! : LI 411 : 4. leaving l, public, upon -a been named If he had examined To the Htm. J. L. SMITH -

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I 1c'1r1L
I It /
; pia ...:Irca, "v t''_'.)''. I.hi-I:;: ..: vi Vutl.vi tliun incur the danger t l r LJ -,;,'. To Irnul C\auua\\ts. :.: :
,.: ;.r. I II
burnt under before J'J'TJI
lc G1 1'':tl.r1; our.bcib: us rltUtP ImVs} '
/Thf tt.ld k laid i, I () undersigned, having been au To and
l : the :.!..rm is g-".cn. Hut tHc poverty) ofc'.ty I I'I intruding settlers other*j
Congress, induces :neIpJ" I ; thorised by an act of Congress, ap who Commit .
t"OU in the : 'is an oven helming argument uatttr on thejiublit

J arnse of justice, to J im- { :tti. l'eL1lo1; ill;:;':t city ;,\Ill'd and it is I Tort Ur Peusacola.ENTERED._ 'I pro"e(13l1 March 1825, to examine and land*: 1" .I
a decide 6n all titles and claims to land invest
f:Ym u. l' 1as you.. ma.\ tinder circumstances like the 1 res ntthat
to nHHOSE lawJesspersons who Are guilty i
} Florida
.uthoflt\ \ heretofore decided
\\1". niyprrsrnt opinion i :; those! !1\i, :rte opposed; ; to paying; :i tritJ'Tic .. I the late Board of Commissioners up JL: ofintrudirtg on lands of the United ;
on by ,
proper S'oll 't'sor to raisina: revenue 27.chr.. Thorn, Day
; ;
inlL that hicli I 1.iornierlyJ.T ; April subject to the limitations, and in conformity States, and of'cfJtninittingwaste on public- I
talC to ;"lnb"ffier : fr:.t1: tin1 r.lns(: '!si itinunKmrie number of'dfuri New-Orleans, I Cargo, 198 bhls. with the provisions of the 'acts of timber, are hereby notified,'that measures f
d i in respect your '',' :l. i'.i! *''-1 our i-treets! may feel r
> iIJur 41- bhls.i whiskey 80 bbls. heretofore have been taken for rigid' enforcement of _
: Congress passed on the subject -
;i i vllfcis-f: : too ul: jrarJly policy.Go.l ; .- r
: ;u
''the ; }
I ; the laws the tJnited States in such cases a f
havr'a tH'2'f(Vet rccollilion, .rant tint: the in..'..vucUon anabe. efiictnal !pOi k, 43 bbls. brans, 6 bbls. vine- notify the claimants to land, thattheir made and .
1 session will be held at Tallahassee provided, they are hereby ordered
16 present
I and box-
1 boxers
TC ihm' in ihtwinter: of without :i repctilicn of the Lei | gar, 54 c the Seat of Government" All I to desist from such: offences forthwith I

that, St was consulted as were ,. sues es soap to U. S. Commissary. those wlio have heretofore filed claims,! otherwise they will be prosecuted
1 \\ e know that we are and !have hf en Schr. Harriet Campbell,1YOrl'alls to the utmost o"f the law.
l1'Jfmenibv-rs of!' the bar, in rela- j 29.- which have not been decided, arc requested rigor
warm on thi: subje-t, but we ate calcdnit Given under hand, at the city of
had N \ i-Cargo i 10 hhds to exhibit the testimony lI. support my
the right;; which j you ), lithe miM, imperative coiisideriti. Washington, the 24th day March 1825.. .
to at as early a period as
and 5 bbls. whiskey to -
urn to to 'aloud ami not" and I sugar ?
tinlaw of the! Territory, "n-i cr\. spare 1 ; and those who have claims to file, ,. Geo. Graham.
; i we tu,*t tiiut our z-al I will be attributed lo Stone & Nisbet i -1 box stationary
5ircf2cs for the performanceffrties I will do so at time before,the 1st Land
any Commitrioner of the General OJket1' :
for the toV.. II. .
1 Ilia law anti j the fiat causeanxiety public and 5 bundles paper vember
directed liy ) B- .
i safety. hbls.' {flour and 5 bbls. next.Sam'l
vl, vacation.prrusulof I Hunt-50 It. Overtoil .
L. M..rfnr!,, !Ked ,
0 DC" It' to Jas. Quin-one cask CAUTION.THE .
> the I whiskey
law at ,
from a Ju !:;f ,4J1;::/," Dsftvc:.-Our readers
I I claret: wine tci J. Innerarity and undersigned having an f ,
..".,.,e, with an eye to this uueslion. : IfS will j'iJ..l; 1 a cor.s"uler.iblo l potion of ou- article to the CapUin.CLEARED. I R. K. Call. signed by his name, which i

{' of opinion, and so expressed i; ,-,:.j occupied; b>' TU tK-foncc of Judge sundiy 'I R c ;v". is a forgery; hereby cautions all persons
rsj'.U was clear, j jMtccnt .b'n.siJj: copxii; f'umhr.: Bust 1'lorida ller- ,1pri128th,1825-8-lm. to whom to be ]
c.yf; thai your any paper purporting :
", 1 reconrnend the Henrietta, '
.i.t, .vlsich! to perusal April 57. Schr. him
ti examination 01 iije-s>-m % j. signed by is presented, to examine
Taxes \ \
I of all tiioj-e who h\\ c read the attack.\ Quig ties, N w-Orleaus, Cargo Wour the signatures before giving credit to the ;
the chur -
ujcc{ ;, made since a"c 2rtinst Kiuk iigtiinit him on the fio )iof (/,mgi 'Ii} liE is -, 'r
uyoo bricks by J. Noriega.ARRIVED.: undersigned now ready ro receive same.
_ you !u. Congress: tout:iniy 1 i ess. \\ v arc' tits from wishing unncces- '-l the City taxes for the present April 29tb, J. NORIEGA.

-" 5:-:/: opinion. This I umlerC'j03j 'I x..nllo tal; ;c: pail in any controversy oe- year. A deduction of five per cent will - ?I-,
was the uniform scmicM i iue tiC 1 p.lhiic! a.ulM.l! nutcrii aiiij rb.ct April 25.-A Barge from Spal'- be made on all paid before the first day of Mail Arrangement. "

bar-and wit; others, reer..jfl I un opiiion: : on tijc present, but as an im- ta Ala. J nes.ith, 48 bales totton June, and an addition of ten per cent. UE on Thursday at 3 P. M. '

of. tht' lake fees (01.1 l'Il'h..t i and independent conductor Mof ;t lo Stone &:: Ni'sDet.SAILED.' will he made to all not paid by the first fBI Closes on Friday 10 A. M. '
t yaa: 10 taes- !Jl. ,ii pt'll1t. \\ Lcouctivft uursf f hound !of September next. '
; .
Robert Mitchell. 1'
ii"i: v :rlsons; -especially thai thelu"s 'I 1 h i.Ll"l; lur anbv.tr to any accusation Ben'. "Wymanj

subjected you lo much; 1 L- \\ lich apiKr.i'o; : m O&Il' cO1UIlla, I a) matterulitiicc. April 29.-U. S. ,TramportSchr. Post Master.

i -w
Judge's '
that v.'c republish the
Necessity: 1'lLl cllica, l kept at jrca: jijuuiui! tlacv ". inseited the! 1-- '
I I t'.t li- \r.;; sptccli by pI
ind-nvfiiieijce' all.t l expense. 11(I \\ii.cliilie iv>oiuu..:a enquiry}' into hiscuiiwiict COLLECTOR' .

,f:s a'.so.varc! tkut if these duties .v-if inti-jUuccd to the attention I d

w-rc performed by you, v/iin- ci the Uousk 0: ltcesentatives.> I of next ten o'clock A. M. will be offered for sale 1
.. N Friday !the (first day July at at Public Auclioi, ;. ,t,! i

oat the l It'e//-The last '.fi at the CJourt lisuse in this City, the following property, or so much thereof as will satisfy theCorporation : ,1:1: I!r,;

. iice: would 1 be crowded, while an I r.iasl broilus no Nctiiern papers exCi of I'cusacola, for taxes due thereon up tcMhe 31st of December 1824, (unless the taxes I F :U'

, annlicilion wculci! b(' made lo nooilier I pt a tea stalters, among' : which was are i>.tirl to 11 subscriber hefoie the day of salt)) together with all costs and charges. ]el ;!:t

magistrate.V i t..o Daily Natiuna.: InteJiig-encer; oi the --- --: ----- ---___;
\ :h resprct, E:c.JOSr.I'lf .1! \tf:o:' .:)1:1IJ / pn/bajh( irom' the iot.j 1 t
j { Tax for for
U. LANCASTLU.To : .fll,< ( ijinsbarrel ulici: the failure! ui\he KIt.S: 01O' >EUS AND DESCIUPTION OF PUOPEUTy.1 18.J. '.1 Tla)8x,...... Amount. lOperct. Total Ain't/ [ i 1 l..
the Hon. J. 1. S.IL1'It.SI.re :i'jiilja .. (\icLi an uo>itu,lit} of) cmp- I _- I I .ft. ,J -.r
t\ in. 1 j lie nailva- luo !barren to utlbrajiij :
.; \mkl" on W 1 Lots \o. 25 on the jar. ,217
I "t

r.;.:.'.#. ...'..,.u"..'-....'.I"..,........1 ..l1f't..,..,., 12:25.: vaueiv tour columns. ,)1
22+ Ilontana st.30i ,
inqu, :,,; ;
-ln to
answer your I .
;! Tie hay'1c, :"i 01 the Superior Courtof ? 't1

r) re 'uTiing a conversation tit nich U :.t Florida wilt couimci'cu! on Monll.tV 1.2 upcn Lot T.:o. 40 Suburno 3 50 3 50 35 3 85 tnoilCl ti

1 had! with you, some time ago, on net.jj Tho.1H1S, Lot No. .5 Puu. square. 1 75 \1 75 17 1-2 1 92 1.('

the subject of your charging fees, UradllC:,+I\'lul ar ten: No. 69 Suburbs, 35 5 3 3.-4'' 38 l} :
funk ''r .100athan tot t\o. lI 6 st. 87 1-2 87; 1..2 8 96 1' '
:VVo ] Sal'agosa I .t'
for trdii..c.iing chamber business, ; : are requested to I giveno.ice
lodes, liastlie,1.2 .ot l'u. 216 Homma st. 35 35 3 1-2 38 fit :fi
in v.citiuu ; 1 well remember liir thai me Rev. Messrs. bent ito 1.2 Vto.. lOb Ctma st, 81' 1.4 81 1-4\ 8 89 I I ) ;Ft

1 m utionl'd0 you, that I fell 11(:': tie, Cook aiu Alexander win )hllttl'l''J' H"co.' SLut 1\0.131 Uommast. 1 is 1 75 \17 1..2 1 9Z I :ii h:

much rdUCilnc.t', in troubling youao \ l pivuc"k a th*. Court Iluase at half a\fUd! ; James 1 Lot 1\0. 2UI lonana st. .. 35 35 '3 1..: 3& j jConti i. 1

Maria 1... ..Qt ;',0 JJ Curia st 25 25 2'1-2 ; :i. 1 ;
>> often on business of this a. tun', l past; 10 o'ciccic .5.:1!. ami! half I, a'ii
taste Jo c, 1 _uto.. 12 Saragcsa st. li2 1.2 2 45 3 17 1..2 31 34 3 49 1 \.tf I slCuliantes
fees 3 o'clock M. ibis ando
v.ithoul payiilgyU the u-. Past day 1
\ Jo'.n Lot No. iO l-o\'t st. 58 1.4 87 1-2 1 45 3-4 14 1-2 1 60 $i If.Casdl'c.s )
lowed by the fee-bill; of our I.'ITl.i -mUl'l o \'. John 1 Lot No. 1811ntendecclast '_
: 1 40 1 40 14 \ 154Cunnins : :t4 !
tonal laxvs, and' urged u' propriely I April: 30th, 1825. Alex. Lot Ito, 26: on the: Bar. !l j
: fiO'.nery -- -- ... _..... I.s Lot No. 32' Florida Ulanro I.; "
ui :'our cceiviiiy Ihem <: I "! 1 05 1 05 10 1.2 1 16 i -fJl:

of the u..t '. t yoL"O '' \TsT\ff G11tbituc Juan Lotso. ..1 J i ;n,.
nicutaer % ,....., Lil!. / ',1 / 1 O.iY. J
the !! ,
on Bay.'I
Since this matter has bci:& 95 Ck H I
$ };
bl'ourhht'l"J1'e, Congress by M: )I 'i'ue cr.izuis ui P-.sissucolu I U
;:) I Jj
CallL, have again examined ihe: I anoub to testify their regard for SOl nr S Gov't st. *, 1i; !

act of the Legislative: C LKon i iI I Ci-n. Call, our late Delegate: to I Otrl J :

this subject, and 1 am di-cuU-Jly o? I,-C 'IH' ress,. in: itea him lo ::n t-le-I 101 fJr
> I \
t 102 \
opinion that, bv this act, yuu ;:re l I'gar: l)mr.iT, ghcn on Monday I 144 l ", I

fall)" authorized to ivcei-.o thi-si* J! Ls tat :,i la'. Collins' Hotel. The 145 Cuna st. '
1't! 's. I hvc 110 hesitaUGnais.+ ,n following toasts were drank upon 146 '

(kcJar t:};, thai your piactice under tl.v uccasion, and the evening. 147 .. :I 1

this law, as fur as my knowledge clostdui.hu! ball, at which was'avaemblnd 148 ,$;

extend, has been uniformly a large proportion of 149) S
.I' Reding st.
fair, eq tillable. and liberal I r; and I': the t lemale beauty and fashion of 20 Subl1rbs. t, t

tha I !have nVt'r heard ay complaint I: our city.1EGULAiTOASS.. 1.2 Let :\0..213 Garden st. r 4 "f.

against this practice: in this : 2-3 of 2J:;: a:1)Cns on Ua ou Texan, 12 10 18 51 1-2 3':

Territory. 1.-Our Country. Tnc birthplace Cctiallosrstate uf j Lot ='0. 1 next Ti\'oli. 1 40 1 40 14 1 54 '
] A-l crt 1 Lot \o.' 42 Itedln6r 52:: 1'-2 52 1-2
I have the honor to be, c of Fiveclom, he ussylum of )1'lt UC 5 1-4 58 j .
petit e, Pansy 14 Lot So. 6S Saraoosa st. 70 70 7 77 j

Wish great respect, the oppress:!, the first Republic IJIJ1tUIUO 1.2 Lot I o. yj tuna at. 52 1-.. 52 1..2 5 1.-4 58 .: j

Your obed'j sMant, of tit' world.2.The je\'I'l+, ,Mara 1-' Lot 1"0.191 Roulana st. 1 22 1.-2 1 22 1-.2 12 1-4 1 35lall)1atiolatgal'ita '; [

JOHN UODIMAN.To President of the UniiedStates. u 140 Gut,'tst., 75 75 7 1-2 82 I.

jhe jIon J. L. Sarr rtl.c..IAw1 Loarncu: and experiencedin l I 1)ab l John 14tsNo. 66 .I I 1 1i
i 67 uburbJ.I 13
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( I I' Fairs( ol Stale: -my he be as I 68
105 105 1012 115
.flrJ\rr,( \ :l81 I I vii tuous and happy i in his ad ministtaiion ])oryi leMatilda 1 Lot So. 3)k'ioridalllanca 35 35 3 1.- 38 }

as hisvurlh: L.!. 1'C' 1 NQ. iii ulJUrh.i. 35 35 '
n 1
--- "=O : ) predecessor. y :1l'pcn 1 3 1-2 38 a
.\l'jIUJyF U1L oJ, IS-'O. !I 3.-The Territory of Florida. 11:111 JUhh M. 1.2 Lot No. 1-3 Intendencia I

---- of I 1 LuL10. 111) st. ; 4 5a 4 55 45 1-<<2 500 ''
!'ill E! H svilli fet-tin of the Though lt-te an appendage :'Ol" '
\ ry utmost )'olch, Anne 1.2 Lot \0. 91Cuna st. 1 05 1 05 10 1-2 1 IS '
coucrrn tlath: : jvccrd, fortthrLtime : ; altv-:t has: now become the orna- Fostcltaitabetn 1 LutNo. 11 Saragosa st. 2 80 2 80 28 3 08 i

within two mohtlisllic axv.ulisita- ment: ol a a HepUl>.ic. 1-"II'Ulli Jusepa.ne 1 Lot \o, 150 lutsi neilst. 8i 1-2 1 05 1 92 1.-2 19 1.4 2 12

tion cf this; ; J.cttruig! <-k-ncnt -On 4.-Our Guist, ihelaleDelegatefrom : Falco eel, John \rpel1s 1\0. 28 Jfa
1'ucbday morniii lat at haif! pat !hrr 7 ( Suburbs.

; 101 2 115 s i
-. Lad tcei for wine tia*: tmoccu/,;c.l, \ and izialous' devotion to the interest Fitzsimmons,heirs of t

on luvcndencii .VtixtH, (opnuiitc to the ; ,,f our Tirritory, have secured 1.2 Lot Xo. 331 Intendencia .,

houseformerly the ( oiuiticrciul! Hole!, him a !'. t.;h: place in our esteem and I 1 Lot 1\u. 331 5 :)t. 26 26 2 1-2 28 '
now occupied inMyor Wrib'lata! dis- b
I admiration.: Gaumerins, Estate of :

cf.\ered; C'I cumjiictely.suJh'd furluiuitclv ia flame a.vl t wa* entirely \: rall'-ilr-sscc.. As the Capital I 1.2 Lot Xo 243 Garden st. 2 66 1.2 r 25 3 91 1-2 39 4 30
; no ot.ierbjJldin : Pre Carlos lie
,, wasdvMi-oyeJ: }, allhoj' the our .' of cur rising Territory may it Gr-1nf 1 Lot \0. 266 Gov't st. 14 35 49 5 54 l'
nearly adjuring; : -
coon pride otnament. (;raham- arpens M.lXanl's Grant. 70 70 7 77t.uruian'salCy

o u\ll trb un'ucil lire couinaMicias 6.- Phe Constitution of ihf Unit lj Lot \o. IJI Jntellliencta st. 1 85 1 85 18 1..2 2 03 -, !!
i-crv :jjarcM uitlus! iuatauco ;. 11cu1' hews of 1 1L
; ci Stairs. The ueslue ultra clue,
t.c: J-bor! Was iln.i"isied:' : in\ r.tio tor.rt'su.ding '
: ,,1' of I politc: l wisdom ; tiie; tree under! 1 Lot No. 23 .."n the Bay. 5 76 1 50 7 26 72 1-2 7 98
: \: (1..iCrtnd
; U1i.11:: t c cl.1 .l.).
Jar Jos; 1 l.utNo. ;>6/1)
rcgulif.ty.5th] : : axcry iiv cxccp; ;.oni watch millions uheher in halr ia i- OIl1 n3. s t.
-J7 S 2 3 61 1..2
j 1 16 1.2 45 36 3 97
all prthcr.tvire appmvntJyac \'j'Hg0'::\\ .i>s, muy the brain madden hick Loss a, Juan M. de _

'- other! nulus'ry! ::clietivt)' and uis de its >structiJl .
se's < t ) l 1.ot Xo 10 Saragosa st,
i "l'rC'orc both! .
impruclicaule pod tiitccebs + -
7.-Tnr U I! on. Forever to be arpens 7 J,
I :'ry tn point out.lhc mot: de-.ci\ti., ; 74' -- .
i i except that juliceimluce; :> us to ouicTuilut -, ;preserved and defended-Heaven'slightnings r.Suburbs.. -

the gn.tlcnu-ii! liatnc-d on a former: ale teddy to blast the -
7M 53 1.4 _2 80 3 38 1.-4 33 3..4 3 72
t.ccstou, tuiU buslaiiu-tl tnc cild; '.tctcr wethcng.ucl MUD who attempts a dissolution. Mau run, Ettienne ,

cni and proved l l:Delves 8..-The Judiciary of the United i Lot tio 67 Sa.ragosa st. sr 1-2 87 1.2 S 3..4 96
peculiarly entitlv'd to thir : oftluuThe / !
i'clluw.t1txcn: ; ; gratitude I States. Unsurpassed\ in wisdom Sc lol'e 0 John, estate of

opportunity evidently I selected I I virtue by ihe tribunals of past or i Lot No. 137 JJailen st. 35 37 1-2 72 1..2 7 1.-4 79
Mil'iIll, Antonio 1LotNo.281 Il\ttndenc.i 87 1.2 2 80 ,3 67 1-2 36 3-4 4 04
VJ:en a pat of the cuarl.uuiiy i i.,1 JIMntireJ ;>1 St'i1t agcsmay it ever be as now. J
Mays 11. U. 1-2 Lot No.157 1ntcndeitcii. SL. 35 35 3 1-2 38
to rest, l&al3'VC&a; tl.o: u.:{ht ;.l a 9.- The memory of Washington M.Lldbnatio, Perina
il.ill! : -tlie: c:1ntb l'.Lltun of three
J'JUse. nt cr.'crnt; timesvitn.n empty! llisi fame like the ark of I 1.J: Lot l'o. 93 C una st. 87 1..2 87' 1-2 8 3-4 96ltlaxa

Ut"eksa-Jdvdto some other crcu.nstances eight Mount Ararat, is placed on the 1f, SOU arpens Casa nlanct. 8 40 8 40 tW 9 24
lca\e .'.DO loop tu nuiiga: doubt! upon" loftiest summit of human glory. Neils n &. Uandolph
1.2 Lot No. 58 Intendencia st. 35 35 3 1..2. 38
but must convince the most skeptical: that 10.-: The Heroes and Sages of .
Ol'do aoitte "incentc heirs of
-jwr devoted: city is iniesteu by sumc In.
re\'l luon.. The founders of 1 Lot No.272 Intentlencia
it st.
:rnat being, in tuinian IlfJ .
\\ IS re.ohed
bi.ipe our Reputic-the! benefactors of 1.2 Lot No. 215 tomma st. 8 83 14 35' 9 18 1.4 91 3--4 10 10
not to omit
coaunencc the destruction any opptutumty of it by tire to, mankind-revered and remember I P.lo t Sc\'erino 1 Lot No. 1341ntendencia st. 2 75 1.25 4 00, 40 4 40

undoubtedly looking out fur ed lh'ouJJ1tim} Uoda k, E. A. 1 Lot 1\0. 46 Reding st 87 1'2; 87 1-2 8 3-4 958iel'ra
: plunder ;
Caroline Lot No. 157 Intendencia st. sa 50 5 55
:ml we ivyrct that it .seem to be \ ofulerperitisce U Hie Holy Alliance. Thefiends
Siler, Solomon 1 Lot No. 39 ltcding lit. 25 .25 2 1.-2 27 :
dluicyicli can cuiti>'(! the in- of L rebus under the guiseof 40 feet front

r'tvalcuui k bitant of vurcnuttetl the absoluie pumle tucesmtujor and for u per-en.Cowinj Angela- of ligh may they soon Sans'Petlro') deep Lot 110. 197 Homana st. 70 70 7 7'1

the be doomed! to abide in their native Suarres.Madam Fran'co.
l'Z'oJcromc"J'i; tlithautltoritya 1 Lot No. 69 Government st. 2 22 1.2 1 40 3 62 1-2 361...4 3 99
ctwjellaU who ga to fires to assist in darkness.12.Ilulivar. I!
Slon 1 Daniel 1 Lot No. 160 IntendenCl& st. ,
t.mg\1isun! g then, so that no one will' the Liberator. The
have 1 Lot No. 98 Cunast. 87 1..2 87 1-2 8 3.. 96
time either to plan unto cxecutc"il, illustl'iollsand I '
worthy disciple Stark Reubin Luts No. 105'2.
Tile well thslusedt.l.tir wjJl oh. : Cuna s t. 87 1-2 87 1-2 8 3 4 96 '
stet to our Washington-may time but 1055 !
of the lrfrlloll assIst In pres&vying the: lro'l'ry: add new branches to his well earn- Tere8T osa, M. 1 Lot No. 153 Intendencia st. 25 25 1'.1Tala 27 !
10rced -cilitens-vlllatasenuuld: ue L'\dame 1 Lot No. 1211ntendencia It 46 1.2 1 75 2 21 1.2 22. 2 43
to dU good, milrM they keep far ed Laurels. 35 '
35 38
ViJlalonR"3John i Lot No. 324 Romana st. 3 1-
Clough.*m. oil to be incapable of doing 13.-- The, Fair. The sources of ," 'hitdEdmund 1'Lot No. 20 Public Square. .. I 1 75 1 75 17 1-2 1 92

It Hope and of Happiness-the orbs ":yat'iUi ,.1 arpen, 1 12 1-2 1 12 1.2 11 1-4 124Ximencs
ar p ears that
many would prefer estate of 2 67
hired which illumine our else dark ;
fur the city to the troubles 1.2 1 73 70 2 43
oftakinb world I Lo No. 186 Government s1:. 24 !
their turn iu a I)attule cluzens .
8e rrally I ai.d Several volunteer toasts WYMAN
ttitlif : though we ,cannot agree I" ,
.):, ;vc a.v give us a guard of also dr nk. 30th ; .' '
April 8 Collector
any > ,. 1825.- -t :- ,., ." .. -City -
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it.t s.t \ .. By tl.c President, cf tte rlui:.::! .'.:aei. ;
1J11 OS'PE C'I
.t, } : AN 1ST of Letters remaining in the g200 REWARD. N iiursiianceofUw! 1. .\:.:L.t.lu:.. or.. I US.

; Post Office at Pensacola on the president* of the LuUi-d Slates, Io I 1I.t'VNUcomplctect! the'fi cvof'!

: f.. f. ::. I i" JltCtJg'liUU1! and 1825whichif taken --- P hereby declare! and ir.ake known, nh:,t a 11..3 paper: and having! .uccecdcd ?!C
March of n. ; .
:7' ,. ; ':. t 'i :. metin the ;/ be-' By the Mayor of the City public sale will be belt!:i at the Lur.d OtficcntTALnnAssz : tainniR it thus far with low : *
months than \trunl
I ; l within three sacola has ever before induced :
the third .
mrioii U', on
}:, _
.' i ; ) q 1WHEItEAS the General Post Of- Conr.encctct; o.a' suCh J t\'en th
\Vnrded to PROCLAMATION.WHEUEAS ufjtlay nc.\t; fur the disposal ot I 3n etlbF! : .'
;!/ by A Monday
." : v ; the: u-\ch.'r.rnctl\ f fls tlt, 1
"I'.1 as dead letters. I the following land:;, \ :7. : a:)sol,,; :
theitIesofP'e have
fires lately oc ,
I. ': t.f' 'two : c'a1"r tn call)J om his friend ) .
E. H. Alexander, 1 south Clt' 1'l' t ct :; 3rt,1tt"I'I
: ; f t' ":' CompMty J\o,2. \ A.-Lieut. uttdcy circumstances which Township Uange citizcns lr !uch ndiitoiial: '.

: "I'I the consideration of Arnot.B.Sirnul. J lead to) scu-c suspicions: that the same the Meridian line. I l'\'in prospects of the : th
I l' it the opinion ( : it is of the litt1Iportmcc 1 ancl2 north cfllan&c 1 do do I 1C11ltory
/ Is and
t : t Pitik i as, Baiker, Lemuel. were not accidental, as warrant him to expect. r.TI.c

.' ; t. ....:. ., \ give associations to prevent the ) John Bryan, James O. Bax I most lurking nbout, i if evil the City disposed, that they persons Township Fractional) :1, south.do ,do 1,2,3, 4, do fc 5, do cast.) first ownt.'f:, or theCXI.1iCflt Pr...."", rrr.'l"l4 .
I are to lba:1t011! t
I 't ... casioned by Fireh. R. B. Bradshaw, James Bright, to Therefore 1 and 2, north, 1,2, 3, justice
t. I p : : should be brought ; 1,(.tnl'ethcr had n:
t \ ) Me Ordained by .' N. l'iusonVil1iam J. .I Fractional township 3 1, 2,3, 4, U J. C)11JjIt'tcll t!: ')t,! :,
1 l'h ; JIE"r ARJ) OF lOi ota n,1ume, and in t'ciICCeP3ors :
A lowest .
with the
'I .1 .J: ffthe Citt, // / Thomas I'oxsonVilry The saleill commence '""'"SOf lj> ,
1 it hingeictiout ..
." I '. her the of Iv.. number of section, townhip, and <;rc\j. .'.. .,\I'
?1" passage I
I ; Geo. M. Brooke they a t.it up as a "
: h. .l": Ccmpanics. 1. : J. R.lql1t'Y 200 Dollars range, and proceed I in regular numericaltmlcr. It will not then-fore' be proSlleas J.b Of.
lll Col. H. liutler Lieut. ..
,I _: ;, under their >> ; } The lands reserved by law for ', that I considered .. tQ\.

\,1 I' ,.. live .L.awsnre : : H. M. Brackenridtfe 2, hereby offered for the apprehension andconviction the use schools-, or other purposes;: will idling bors with a, Laving-.mall commenced our }I *

ci I i ::1: .j And that their chief : Douquie 5, J. Bird, S. of any person or persons, i it' hi excluded from the half. hers anil an very tiMreniely number linv.ted) of sub ..**.

c f' .: i tatioi/and he uho have been, cither Given under u-y hand at the shar
ij, 1" ; such there n-yy advertising! custom: our rsiablishaJf
.I 4r:,i I to pull down or-dc ] C.-Capt. Isaac Clark 4, John directly'i or indirectly, concerned in:1: City of \\ \\Hsiiingt; the *6th trumld! need: the most efficient '*

i .- t t in.the lin-.its of James Caliban, E- fully occasioning' ; the l J"lc tl S\1'Uccn ot day January Itf25. patronage of all those \vl o feel and aui: :1.2"\"

; t ," cIfficerInay ( : Chambliss James Col- building hy ire, or ifntiv person or persons James Monroe. nowledgc the importance, to the ccunST
of ,
V 4 '. : ; I rest the progress u ho hereafter may be detected andCOflViCtl the President such ,
Pv () an undertaking.: "J
i ... 2. .2nd It it(/ / : Lieut. R. D. C. Collins S, .
; of or of being privy -
: an attempt (;lo. GRAHAM: The Editor, aware of the disi.materials .
I I rate the officers of' : '. Gotten, Joseph R. Corlis, to any attempt, to set fire to an} building ConitnWmner of the Gen. Land Office. 1: of which} new .,,,
.' t ). nks thui'.d! Hot : vithinthe communities-
Campbell utlier feloniously, -
CI'UpPC.J. or property usually compo'icInd lre
f' of !dfl0bI11S) any as there i is
; ( C. Clarke J. J. Col) I limits of the City of Peusacola. in this I of uu 5
U nccctsan to Chumney, SUPERIOR COURTOf CIh" (press part the Territo:
hand aid the
Ciiven my has endeivore; l to maintain *
1',0.1' in his the ttic/'
f it:: : '
*> seal ofthis 31u nndty, at the
-. iI" rf 4f4 HH4- ) iinpnrliality in relation to
% y Florida.
; ; : jiien.: Ltlove any William Drummoml Hen this the Western District evrryll n\ (
D. of I'ensucoia
J .. or ctLrW'e dc \ J Sr\LI' *i City ciiLled to awaken the asperitiesi'o ; of 1*, *

1Ii. "' f:;. .'...",(! {," ..'-',.. D. Davison, C.tpt.VilliaUl toih-kih'' 5th day of April, 1825.: John Inncrarity & expect to please all would be S"pcsterous

MaU'i'ljf ami he i" : Nancy De Camp David John Jerrisoii.Uy James Inncrarity as to endeavor to I lash tile.te

I' i.1' inMke :'n equal.iii\\: tlil'l, Dr. S. G. J. De Campnnndc'r the Mayor, SII1'\ lying partnersof .1 into subjection or to control 1 theofthe dirt-Clio: *

::1 ... t : oihtrl-irc :\1'. Douglass, J. D'. wsey 3. N. S. 1'armantier, the firm of John free and winds. Our columns have: bee*
to useful
.t ('f\lu (.uioihtto| ;> : EUinslon David Forbes & Ct?. as- MAY TERM 1825. open discussion ofvery e.
) \ Jiicftlif.clu K,-Jacob Xerretaiy.Tenitory of Mitchcl, > : kind ; truth has been vinci
t. reio signees ; 'atcdand
t" .; q I. hauio ir.a be ;in tl.c! Edwards) W. Edwards j. of Florida, ( Nephew t; Co. falsehood refuted, and where \ve oursclf

.t k : ,.,. fcen..,', in the cx<' j I F.- Samuel! Fry, Benjamin Fos County C' llrl. aMilhn -*. may have been in error!, it has al\va-s

: ; e ._ H. ._lid Le it : 2, Dr. Clement Fmlay, Robert County cf Escambh&,5 dc la Car- been our(Jf hire to be corrected othci

;, .; I this) l.or;:d, w..li: ; ; T. Fain 2, Benjamin Fen- October Term, 1824.X rera. J \\ hilst; we with; the utmost cheerfulness

I Mayer.vjIJ .r. \ motion tf Adam Gordon Ksquirc: J puMi.sh! the productions! of those \tho
It desi..ctl J. Truman. (p for the ; of OrlC dtil'er; from us in opinion, we do
I \ :ry be :; n& Acting Altorrsp\ Territory not consider
4 ) .", 4 gines and! (' :\", I .-Jason Gregory, Joab Oaincs, I Florida; ODliia-i! ,* That a Rule be en- -ws HERTHV GIVEN, That- suit beg oursclf deprived by our iditoH>|

:1 I t1 I I <'tl to the rp.sj p\t\ t & M Gu uey, Charles tt.'rc.'clg! in't! Ihe defaulting: Grand and h'u11c saId parties; is this duy instituUdandu t.liiI1.or the same common privilege oexpressing ?

/ t iroper lepnir, ; Petit Jurors, tb appear at the next term ot \\ lit of attachment i issued a- our sentiments, on subject
o* j.ropcny; :: u. '\ : L. Hsnnuni this Court, :ui4
\. :. Apparatus: to the } Washington. i have: why thcj should>> ) not be fined for upon it as one of our most imperative du.
'1' to transfer! the j).'(){ I am" lOW l-. J n')nil;... Hurlvv I ,I their sid deiuill ; the Grand Jurors inI Lee \ViUiams, ties, to advocate such measures awe conceive

I ,4 MC-, or to place : Iloiriiir''.;,(.,'\h. Lilibius I tilt Mnri ')F Fkfcn( Dollars c
\I. "' jtct to tIle : .. Romulus tiaskitsSi: Joseph I 1'dit Jrror v$ li>e sum of Ten JMuirseaili. Pensacola, March 25, 1825-3-6t. us to defend, and to use our humble tnlIeav -

i \\ Jtl'I1 HI' thGt,1.L: ; P. :'.i.': ** is further! Ordered, 'iluta l'gifol' the advancement of r i3I iblj..
( JohnV.. Hull, Seitr.a -
4' 1 : I Icojiy of tneauovc luic be pubithl.cd:: ; in: rt"rt L cm principles, without regard to the a.".

.. aU. | thrPiiLacoL Gazette, six \vce's succcbBively. graiidizement of individuals or the de.nunciutibns .

i'' ,I' l'r..f.i1 J.-Charles S.V. Joiu-s, Dcmsy : A rue Cop) from the !Jecord, pult'isfuiiff at lf.e Scat of Government of party. _
1 1
Approved, April
V I Attest Thl'r4 is now a prospect of muil-rnutes
John B. Jackson, Andrew .
I'.:1. ., ; \ II. Johi.son, S. John- Jolui l Miller, (ilk.l of being opened post-olfices' establislittlthrougiii !
I I \ A portions of our Territory
I \ Weekly News-Paper where
4 Attest, _, l byV.. Haseli iiunt, D. C.coy. sett'u-mcints are formingdi i tmguislie

;i'j .- : :N. S. Pll'ln K.-Michnel Krnncdy alias 26th, l u.'J-i-38-tf. TO DE ENTITLED THEY both for; intelligence and industry ; tb6

: )o'cjl'I} John \ 'i\a '\ great b4dy .fthe people slwmld: become
: I. : ..: :;: ) Kelly. ()\! Itligelc -r. acquainted with the c nduct of those
1U'flC K m
L.-Craven I'. Luckclt, George office, and the pretentious of those
ofu who
4\\ .., !! ', Danii'l: Lov-, A. Lot, BinM. !; *-' ,$ hcrtlnpiicn, Thut at the next term j ji I II fNbolicitingthe the patronage laudable design i gene of solicit their! suffrages, that such may be
l.'. ,A: ofthf uoiuthe ( 'ttud'' < 'oJirl t, 1 will I, !!
i :. _' '. '1.. ..&I".''.'1'. i I i ii d Fusing local and general intelligence a- selected| represent them as best understand .
: iicrounts :"d \IIC"'Tjpivseiit'lie and
; S hereby KiVel: I } the citizens of this and'froit their wants, and whoviil reflect
: Nuth-uiiifi: Mixlt-i 1 John : inong young
--- iK'.ke.i 1.;;al 1 settlerm-nt 'if! t.*' vtrur of i
s 'of the linn t \\\ ;i rj. IIIII Territory, the Editors feel thatdifiidence the most credit on the country. For this!
; i c1" i.ur, Peter Mitchel], Robei: : Jacob Ck'ril, lut: of ijt-i.v n.i i:.. drci-ased. : :; the Press conducted
purpose, with impartiality
present Hie ('t.O! : and embarrassment, wh'ch' al. -
I : Dov.fl:! Lieut. (iU\'l1 3nmcs! ( tirr I and used with i .
:rukca filial .( ; I c &i'UI'I ; \\ M s uUeiid the comtiiencemeiit of everY dignified calmness :

I <;Ilt"; jSeutrjii, iate I' :/J'': s 5, Lieu'!. (J'ttJl'gl'c. /l> ] 1.cI., .0...--M-if::. Administrator. j\I enterprise' the termination of which i is inolvtd ;- and moderation, is a powerful in

(:'t\. 1 --> .---- i ijiLANK \ in the unceitaintics of sirumcnt. We live under a tree
.tlI 3, Andic ?ichtil, J., Me 1 --- .. ... I futllrih'Yet .- govern
: J ) feeling]; solicitous to be useful to thecownv.iniU inent, and to maintain our f.freedom
() ,11!! J.hi Mel uuouj-h.;! : Hobri-i ) thitb.1UsIS I
knowledge wist be diftuK-d. No natio-i
1 i they avail themselves of the
c Kil'nnn; P -tcr i\icCa: >'iiU. 1). ; '- "vt J!, :';,. tuie at the 1'ensaco- without beiiig"; enlightened has
: \' h 3\-b. 24th 1825- .. ,. c.1, la I.. .. i present auspicious pt-rlcd: in the infuncyot e\er enjoyed
; K.liic,
,'. .. /.r'r'I .... II .. MCnd*\ i.\cK- .' new and growing country, to solicit the1 blessings of Liuert}. 1'oUticj.i
1 1 .', Liivi.1."I:. ;\- !1.'I; ",,. Iyaiiifl I, A: ; L' -'. r Ledgers, the palrnnage and support of the citizens and moral ignorance is the iuaui ituy t ; f

., Aj E. JAL l'1 A. McDavid.Viliium; .1; .. ..'. ituii; '. ot the interior, to a N-c\/:\.Paer; the importance t\rants. and those? who wish ttisjppoit .1.1
f I and of which imperious govcrnnient will! \\"a.s endeavor -
88 Chfimt utility
; ,1\ o. properly
iv, N -:-' \ Norwood, ]M. .1{ ,nrmiis: ", conducted, no one \vll: be disposed to to put down a free and iJcpen !C..''

: "" m. I > .i'Bt)1 s and I: question.The Press ; but in our ccmt'here nor.iaucii
AN ...'..." O.OIHcrrcomman in''* exist, a respectable and useful \c-
t. }
I j j Ciiililioirs r: Books. I resources: of this flctfghtfiil section
I hide of infor.r.ation fuil
cjiy cannot to ob-
,. &*. nt Urookf 8. ,! of the country, its contiguity to the Gulf
TO J'.r v. iiasLii 11 bin general and liberal
I P.-Janu-b Portir, Wi!', ;, -:, J TTAKEX of Mexico, and to a fine back country o To those; who support.with
50 Critical Hindi !; 41)4,', Lt1i.. j b-t.: Georgia: as also[ its central situation, inspire : are acquainted our
.; is, Lieut. John Pa<*r, ;.-i'I i1 I -. --.-- the paper, it is t1nnece- ary to say more, but
j I pleasing expectation, that it will
OF \ Iii' .1 C.i.orJ,"' rNv.- to those who to the
; yriC I. : *; ;: UP become a place .considerable are strangers course
I importance -
we hu\e pursued, we add a few words.We .-
D ivi.l
Com. PCY"
Ju > I
HOLY SC: < ; >c 1.;:1 B r v/fi SF Ji/UllEllS TillS n.lJ-, as well as the centre of refinement shall suffer
4 tt'n.ln" .() 1, \tihi: .. ) 'r:.. .. .... and science in Fl) uric!:'.. no to be
?f.d\ a mulattoc! boy\\ho culls himself wanting, in orderttegive to our pad-ona>>
JTiy TAomus /. ()._Miguel Q.r..O ... 2.K The FLOHJDA 1
i is
"- ; ; WlllLIAM: STEJ.t.JGEX'En : designed much information as the limits ot our slice

.. I r fi'Trit1 be -J.i.it' ', Ii I UuVifil, M; asU essI 9 h!, : to be :vehicle of local and general.n.fornatioiu will permit and in the selection of articles
I and
: j i&i; dUion ()1823, S, TitOiVviUllSS: iltM'Uido, ;; 5 feet S inches high: r.nd in 0J accessible! to all pC.'ri.ms, for publication,. we shall endeavor
i't I \\\0 volumes; it I i ;: 2, IJl'1 Lc Hey U Co. .i .1' thtr fSpt'ctslS: : \\ ('rs the description ota\\ao nal.be desirous of discussing! topics omit nclhing which: may be peculiar interest .

'. l ]- 4Lj of a inuLttoe. advertised public! nature, or of connnunicating the friends of Tcrr
p jj ; I }'l.;: )S1'1 vc Steplion liAVciuUri,, Lir.vu U A. scientific our torf.-
"'-t1 I' ; scrijts, ai.d ;ins! ; i I ",'1c:::: by A. Hill of New; .Orleans) : researches and lite rry essays. Our Press shall never be prostituted to the
),'\ \) 2 :S. U.'o-a J'jjin b.S. Hut all
personal and invidious
; .
coitiined in thai (- :."n'll1 run away ot. 2d March.imLttoc disputation, :purposes of falsehood and defamation;

I E i:.'. \ neatly printed l on ; I 1.5. I I :.II s.\s that lie is a free I very diversity of attack on private: character and while we shall pay the strictest rcgnrJ

.-Simpson & Smith \\ ilHul11 I numaixl raised\ in Virginia. shlI l I be suppressed. to the of individuals
; : :' The first I.UI 1 v.as ; feelings so far a>

p ... t \.\" v.-tis published in bli;,U'i Alrxuiuicr: Scott Jr. 5, li'. t j.) (Chapt laU, I This paper is not to be devoted to any our duty will permit, we shall: always advocate .

; S :',. -. 121-th! third : amrs" '\\, Shine 2, Alexander! F. man or to subserve the purposes of a faction the cause of virtue, morality, truth .

; 1S .3. Jio Teat a \Villiuin I lJOl1HU'US, to laud! one or dcprccute: another.- and justice, regardless of those! who may
a. I '1 on such :i Mibji-cv, ; ( Sii: !, Ctcmucli City C'U1l8fl7blea. The. .fcchngs. ..(.f every individual. frj tithe be implicated- thereby.

: that: can be di : \ t ;>r gue 2, Cipt. H. M. Sands 2, }'c-nsacola,31st Thrchl:I : 1525-l-U: Humblest to the most exalted-, should be "Y. }i sc11 Hunt.

t L&LJ&i I 1 ii.t yet been no ; i mothy b'miil., Jc.t: mah Savilit.-, :inviolate and secure. And the I'rcfs,
r I Pensacola, March-7th, 1825.
- 'VT.f6Jirfrtondtit l while under control
shall be
il. Sit h never
__ Vol. 1 "Ulltlll1) )* : ) ArchibaUt; Smi I h
I'uitnty of Encambia, 5Ksrjinihia degraded to the CO.DJr1Os.The .
the (ic'm'.inencss. : ) : : Shay! J. G. SVaICyVilliain sacrilegious purpose) of
J'resi-vat'M; County Court. iJ1\: ding; mcr.d and religious sentiments, PENSACOLA. GAzr.Trr::: and WES
I rupu-d J'J2l}, John Statven:. I or converted to in engine domestic discord FioniiM ADVKRTISKII i is: published! ever

,- I the HoHVol. ( \ t. ,I:1HfI'n! TIlt! : Polls shall! be I
-' T.-Joseph Thompson, George opened and! internal! lIi5s ntiin. Its politicks Saturday, at Pin .D.ltcrJl'tr aurMM, pay
I : 4 % II. in t\v([) U J ut the! following placesfor ttn.ptrpe J
Tir.sle 2, David Ln1on1y.v.Etie of will be Republican, while the asperities al1J1n'tWillblll: in advance.ABVKUTISEMKXTS .
iIiT4AI_ i1 cred C.t'.t'.cV.n : J : I : receiving voles fora I Delegate{
: : _!_ ; :lI.d Critical urt' } : Vincent of Bii ig to re-present the people Florida in the huRl recriminations of parties', a:; far as possible will br inserted the
I will be avoided. rate of one Jolar for the first insertion of
Scj': 19th at the election
ftuugrs of ) ; OtCallO. Congress to be held
: t -I or I.: I.c1I''d ,., ,(- on the second Monday of May next, viz : The presstype and paper, will be every 'twelve lines or under ; each subsequent -
\V.-Rocr \
____fi i 1 JlmPer'J' I.'..{' : ::: ;f s, Isaac Wells, At the CourtUouse;, in the City of Pcn- immediately; coil vey'ctl to' Tallahassee, insertion Fifty Cents. Merchants;
- : \"i 1... \\ : i and others advertising-by the ear, will
j I' :\b! 'rrpts: of the lii'e, Thuivas J.'yche sacola.At (where"one of the firm now resides,) and }

xr.c nis, &c. J c. J. \ Thom K. White, Ellen the house Joseph: ":. Hall on the the publication of the paper commenced, I bt. liberally dealt with. All advertisements

[ .- .. the li'siory! of ) ;; While 3, Hubert: \V. Williams Kscambia. as soon as a sufficient number of subscribers I must be paid for on demand ; eitherolllea'ing
them for insertion subsequently -
: S VcrsiMi of the i : : ... PhilipV At the house of Joub Gaincs on the arc obtained ; which it is hoped and or
I : pi. lgt'1' 3, Iinry will be in the at the option of the publisher-
expected month of
l ;i, sdt] 'tt' 1 The \. ; Cscambia, and Nov'r.
4: \r.I", }' c, Gl'O.V.. Ward, Braxion All contracts for advertising by the year,
,taiions fmm the I I J At HaiTo\v's l"rron Yellow!! Water.And .

4. 't' ; LL: f ; \:J\Vw, t'ie Poetry Winn, Wester, Ccilii \Voo- it is further! Ordered, that the persons CONDITIONS. must be payable! in advance.It .
i is>> hoped that all who subscribe will
1Ctjc; .1 .. ', : i :11rmu's of th! <* 2B. \Vhitten 2, ;'1. Warren 2, hereinafter named shall be and they The J.'J.OltuJ.JXTELLTGE rIn will be feel the with .

1 L. .. ;t tion of thi* p<-*..t. N. Wilson, Davi'l] Williams, are hereby appointed Judges of said e- published on a large royal sheet at Five the above necessity conditions of a the compliance cannot

," II '; Icctiun viz Dollars annum, payable in advance.It as paper
; : \ ftciind }part. ( ; \\"illi 2. : per be continued without 011 the
tr: 1 L thy J cnpiurcs. In Pensacola..In. is necessary that this rule be invariably of the punctuality looks his

-' .;. :: :c? : rettaining I the .L'. I Y.-. Lieut.' Jeremiah Yancey 5, dc ]la Run, William Scbrec and John complied with and it is hoped, that all part patrons for Proprietor the means, of who f.IUillilig'I115 tu en.
: who will consider its
;. ; : liz.-Anxlogv I cf ; : Young. Urosnaham. I sign, importance. gagements.

t .- .1\ Scripture ; irch." liobcrt Mitchcl At Hall's on the IZscambia. Advertisements will inserted at one _
dollar for the first
publication of
I jcct-ii.attvr: \\. Hull every
Joseph Da\id Williams and SUPERIOR COURT
':_ I Circumstances: : Master. Luke twelve lines or under, each subsequent:
March! 31st, 1825-S-,1t. Townley. insertion fifty cent ffftfte W extern District of Florida.
,. : \ The-M di .
ti. 1 : At Gaines
.t -- the F.scambia.
on ;
& John :
Any n ; and InnerurUy"
per subscribing paying 1 for }
H sii.; : ;: -! I!If' -' application tlo 1IC lii s. oncal i-f the Mn.il Arrangement. Joab Guines, l cter ilkison and James five copies, shall receive the sixth gratis. \ }MAY TERM, 1825.

{ .:P I r I <-'ud' ''. ribligs j!?) u I: on Thuriday at 10 A. M. Urewstcr.: I Editors are requested to insert this John I Mifflm and
; I
;: $ :; } ijrurali\c: I Closes on Fridavat 1 I*. M. At Harrow's on Yellow Water.James Prospectus in their respective papers, and Charles MifHin, J
$ -i-
;4] Robert Mitdicll. Shine, Hubert McKinnoii and Jeremiah to assist us in obtaining patronage. Our NOTICE
;: I ;_iitI1aii 1 ; ( "
Suvtlle. : friends
;i the isitcr .:'tt.to;. Post Muster. : generally, will ctfnfer u favor b}' IIEUEIJY GIVEN, That a writ betWeen -
l A true from the Records. forwarding names subscribers! IS
Jt-- : L; : c't1.c l.oc r.lul :\, March 31st, 1 b2553t.'i'.A'lIf. Attest copy without the said parties is instituted,
; 4 1 t of the and issued -
t4r ', : I. a writ of attachment has against
I 14J d :Miller OCIM'easc: direct for the
4'i.I CVk. present to this
.: t3 ;:-- tIta c'.n Contained I :) 'i1ti.: t the property and credits ofthe Defendants.
place to
.' or Tallahassee ,
- ___J 1 ::1 : ; -. :LlL Practical : Pen coh. 22d March, 1825. -3-tde.! .
: ?UST receivcdani for sale at, the Pen --- --------- Gordon
rrnken Crane &
c : ; & I tings.Vol.. ) Co. John Lee "Williams
i sucoia: ;Book Store; a small assort ; bl i the Subscribers( ,
up[ Pensacola 13th
i 1:1;! III. iit of October, 1824.
I Att'y. for Pff.
: i tchical and 1" I'} on the; 30th inst.
Itt "I .fciMt.. The Quills, superior quality, W. 11ASELL HUN' March 29th, 18J5-4-6t.Collce ...
.j;: ,1 j1Lkj : IL.1y '% A negro man, about 30 or 35 ,

I. ji! A ail ot the ,Loiter Paper, years of age, feet 6 or 7 inches WILL draw deeds, hills of sale, pow & Preserves.
ii' cntaMy of attorney, bonds &c. in the
Wafers rather stout
high, calls
u lFt 8 cred AfiliquSties bmltt most approved forms, and attend to 1 00 tags green Havana Coffee,
himself says that he be- I I other any 5 boxes assorted in _
: Wax and which preserves
- I i4j; II} lick & Sealing longs tojthe: widow liarthclemiVcrret writing 111be committed to Schr. Amah -
box received
j_: 3 Ii4'i: liners, (.'\: \ ) I him, with, promptness and accuracy, and per
- ___ Office Tape.W. <"Ne\v-Orleansaud< that 1 on Malvina, and for cik by
I and reasonable! terms his situation in
$ ,t the Jews t- he ran away from the nephew of ; ,
.,t ir I:. nicntioned in the Hasel1 HUllt. his mistress, who. lives opposite to New-. the clerk's oilice!! renders application Stone & Nisbet. -

- I t 3: ii.: Vol.: 1\ is :lp1>r 4th Feb. 1825.PRINTING. Orleans, 3'or 4 years ago.F. to him convenient ftnthose who may be New-York. .
.-1: *!.4 j? of Scripture.1'rice. \ S. Chapman to execute any instrument of wri Exchange on
i 4 LjI; 4- \ t ting which is to be recorded.BLANKS sale in sums to suit purchasers

: :2. (:jT After p tbl! .vle; OlnmYIlS, :FOR '. .
_ fi sivtecidollais..:'f r : | with! neatness and dispatch i City L'oMtablcs. Stone & Nisbet. .. I

: I aj''iubscnptlo:: j I at this office. Pensacola, 31st March\ 1825-4-if. For Sale _at this Office. Jan. 14th 1825 .

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