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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: May 7, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I. LIIWS of the United States.AUTHORITY. I I Sec. '2. \\And be it further'enacted, t duties prescribed by this, act". :'I ,S,: ..::2,; 1':'. lj. 'Iif fll# tnacf.ed. : bt.\ne1. re tbti 1'P.r.1 orde'ri,;..: ..-'\ .

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I such other officer or officers as the' thousand five ddflaerann criminal, nature, commcncnnjr scientious.sense of autywjh1rniy \

I S'ccretar.tofVar.. may appoint for fl) for his) services, during the pending in either of said_ Courts, I believe, and we, are' mistaken ;u !

that purpose ; and the sales shall time he may be employed! inh'e shall be returned ,to,' proceeded in, the feelings of the people of this"

be made: under such rules and regulations discharge of the duties required I and determined atthe' terms herein ,union, if he will 1 not be,sustained. I

4 as may be prescribed by by this act. provided for, in the same man in, the stand which he has taken,

the Secretary of \Var. Sec. 4. And\be\ it further enacted, ner as if the time of holding said b"y their approbation., ..

Approved March 3. 1825. That the President, of the United Courts had not beenchanged. "

w.-------- _' 1 States be, and he is hereby' authorized << Approved March 3d, 1825.MISCELLANY. ., '
From the.Uon .
f ornery ( Jila.J Rt ulJ taJt. A
An act an additional appropriation .
making and empowered, to appointone
:Bl-- for defraying the expenses of It is, perhaps, 'not generally '

&n act further to ameivl the act authorizing bringing to: the seat of Government the impartial and judicious pcrsoi .; known, that' an academy. ;for ,the
went for lost f,. President and' Vice President not being citizen of either of tht t
votes r -
pa property captured -'-- instruction of young'' ladies, has I
or destroyed, by the enemy, of the United States. I States, through which the road From the National Journal been recenlplace ly established in: thisthe

vliiVin tl e military ie:vice of the U-- Be it enacted by the Senate and liereaf'er mentioned: shall pass, to The ,General Orders. of Commodore unde superintendenceough.
nlteil; Su.tcs, a ul for other purpose?, House of Kefircsentativcs of the be! a Commissioner ; and, in case .'
Rodgers we-are to of Miss Bur, Miss. brings -
l nint'i A'-nl;1. ont thousand eight sorry
passe! United Slates Qf America iCon- of the death, resignation'; refusal to
iuiivlrccl a.1 vxteeu. I perceive, have not given satisfaction with her tlicommendations most 'repectabie re- .
grcftfi assembled: That there be, set, or any disability of any such
Be it courted l.\ the Senate and in every quarter. This we ; ,from Savannah,
House f Rt'fires cntatives of the' and them |iereby is, appropriated, Commissioner, to appoint anotherin adprehend, procf'eds.more from an where sIwuas for .some time em-' ,

United States of .Imerica in Congress out of any money in the Treasury, his stead, who shall have power impulse of feeling, than from; mature played as atructress of A siolilarinstitution
the the provisions of
not otherwise appropriated, according
assembled. Thai any person reflection. The orders pre- ; and those who have -
of thousand nine hundred the act entitled u An act t'o
two
sum authorize -
having claim for a building de- sent two questions for consideration become personally acquainted .. .
tind sixty-nin-v% dollars and fifty the appointment of Com-
atr )l'lI by the enemy duniiir the :-1st, Are they proper ir with her in ibis place, speak highly -
for the of the ex. inissioners to' out the road
cents
late war, under ihc ninth section payment lay themselves ? 2d. ,Is Commodore of her qualifications, and judi: '
'nst's of l bringing to the seat of therein mentioned."approved
of the act to which this is ATI a p? May Rodgers the officer by whom, they cious, mode ',instruction
Government the votes for !President fifteenth thousand eight hundred
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mendinent, and uf th act to amend one ought to have been issued ? It is undeniable I ,_that the education
und Vice, President of the C- and twtnty, to complete the
the same, passed the thirdof of females has been to6
tilted States, in addition to the examination and] survey heretofore No rational man in society, .if
March one thousand t'h;hthurst1't much neglected in this State. Its
MWI of three thousand three hundred commenced by1 virtue of the provisions bespeak the honest convictions of '
d and seventeen, whkh importance however, is denied by
dollars, heretofore appropriated of this iiici* and to extendthe his mind!, will deny that duelling ?
shall h3ih en pre>ented to the no one'."ho knows the powerful
for the same object.Approved same to the permanent seat of ought to be discountenanced. It
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of __ __
Commissioner Claims,appoint- influence wt lich the female cnaricter -
March o, HS..!5. Government: the State if Misvjtni may be regarded as both ..impious
rd under the act first aforesaid, at has in refining, the man .
-- said load cintorm and illegal fur it takes life
the to ; away ,
any time before the tenth of Apt ii, the time of the ; ners of society ; in embellishingthe
An act to change holding in Ji to the previsions contrary to the ordinations of the
thousand eight hundred and District i Court ofthc United States for respects public and private walks _
of said recited thatit Creator, and, as far as the
the act, exctpt respects
eighteen, and which was not paid tit: : lyubteni. District of Louisiana.e of life : and: in nurturing the
underpaid acts, nor finally reject \\ it enacted by the Senate and shall pass by:the seat of Gov.rnmcnt naval service, is violation of law. rising generation the,principles
Indiana The practice has lost to the United -
of Ohio
of S-uies -
ed by said Commissioner, may, House of Representative of the.Lnitcd me of virtue anti religion. We hope
Slates the
service of
within nine months hereafter, pre- States cf America in Congress : and Illinois; and the saicCommissiomrr many va- Miss B. will meet with that'pa I
luable officers and
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sent the same, with the evidenceto assembled, That, the Lpairict 'I and the person enploy- tronage which we verily believe

support ;t, to the Third Auditor Court, of the United States eci under him, shall receiw the many worthy families with mourn she deserves, from ,a liBeral com

of the Treasury, for examination for the Eastern Disuict of Louisiana same compensation for their: services ing. The motive for its. origin has munity. '

and if he shall be holden in respectively, as is alowed: ceased to operate. The Deity is
and adjustment ; annually fcCT3: It is understood, a few more
shad be satisfied the building or the City of New-Orleans, on the by the said recited act ,: Prnidcd :' no longer supposed to award the pupils can-be received>,> if application

buildings for which damages are second Monday of December, in- however, That the said roac aiall victory, in aingie combat, to innocence ( be 'made immediately.From .

claimed, was, at the time of its destruction -: sh'adIf the third Monday (.f No- commence at Zanes'illlin thc ; and individual chivalry,

occijj.ird by order of a* i ver, as now1 prescribed by law. State of Ohio : ;and to defray ihe merged in national spirit, finds a the J\ v-York E'VemTIK, Pa, !;

iiy agent t or uiiicer of the United Scc.2. And: bt further enacted, expense thereof, the sum 01't'n! wider scope for action' and a better The following circumstance__ t 0
direction in the of the
States, as a ploce of deposit for That all! suits, actions, writs, processes thousand dollars isfliereby approprialed cause cently occurred in a church in,this f

military or naval stores, or as !barracks : and other proceedings, out of;jihe appropriat'on country, than in personal quarrels. city. f _

for tile military forces of'he |;i wiich now are pending in said made by the first aeclion! of iris Differences of honour, may alwatshe Thp Rev. Pastor had mentioned 0-<
I entrusted
United Slates, he shall proceed to (:i District Court, or which arc, or I I act. I safely to the decision from his pulpit, on the preceding

assess the damages, fcin.1 certify ;i-e |1 1n."uf't I I my ht-reafier be, commenced for, Approved Marcl, 1825. j of age disgrace and superior could! attend rank.the At decision leastno Sunday, that a respectable shoemaker ;

for pi: ) tfl91t, in tbt way or returnable to, the st."nl! District of his congregation, had
An act to extend th:<- time for issuirg and of such a tribunal. Friendship -
pointed out in the act first above Court, on the third of Novnnber, locatinx1\ MiliUry Land Warrants fj offi- and would be requested him to preach a errn n. ;

referred to, which shall be innneduuly as heretofore established, shall !be c9c and,; soldiers j\ of tlie Revolutionary courtesy restored from the lllh Vt'fseJf the 12lh
and the Sl'rice benefit-
: ;paid, f>u' of any mot'y in I I returnable to, heard, tried, und Army. i public chatter: ofExudus, und that ho intended -

tliL. '1'"t' .sur .v. not uthrl wise: up- I I I f'tcceeded v'ill\;, in the said Dis- be it enacted by the Senate and ted. When aman accepts a commission to comply with this, piuus
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from his
}:ropri t"d : Provided, Tat, if' i ict Court, in the same manner House vf ltejirf. entati"ves of thr country, his time request on the next SuuUay. This

the Auditor shall be sati fi'rJ ; lie :I if the lime for holding thereof baa United States of{( America in Congress and his life are no longer at his sermon was accordingly, 0

evidence befoie him is insulTi -lent : not been Ch lIgfd. assembled. That the time own disposaTT"th belong to the on Sunday the 5th inst. in the presence '

to enable him \*orrertly to decide Approved March 3d, 1825. homed by the becond scctiot of natio4id. if, by any act of his, ofthe" son of St.. Crispin,

between the Uohed Sate* a ltd ti;*' :I the act approvedhe( twenty-foirtii he wastes the one or wantonly who had come to church prepared,

claimant: he n... *, ( n 'um; notice An act for tlC! ',certMvj.ition of the Cumj day of Ivbruun one thoui-ind tnrovvs away the other,' he violatesthe it seems, to make good the 'promise 0
j bed! : to the claimant, c.:usoilier eight hundred and nineteen, fut' on his part. When toe collection ,
J 'Jr it er.ucrcd tSenate and I in him and forfeits ,
Inj justly
f\ ;(!t'ncr' to he taken : And Provided issuing mili:ary ,land warrants to i plate was handed round, he .
c/ao, that no paiiv.ent snullbt (! :llfuuer of Ae/m-v'i/u.'iz.'** of the I the oflicers and soldiers oj the Rf- I the character of a faithful omc t'. drew, from his,pocket a pair; of new -
I Untied Rales of America in Cogrtss The injunction to prudence in conversation I
: Made uwier in' provisions cfth'.a votut.onary$ urmy, shall be extended shoes, suited to the parson's measure '

: aii% winre the property destroyed \ assembled, l\im, tne su-.n of ed the fourth of March, one is but auxiliary to the and deposited them .in the_ .
ono hun treJ'j and fifty thousand "* (; prevention of duels ; for most of
was occupied under aeon- i taousund eigh: hundred and t\ven- plate. This well made donatioa. 0

ract witi the owner, and at the dollars! of monies not otherwise lrh'I:; and the, time for locating them occur from indiscreet remarks -i was not unobservedby the worthy, 1t
apjiroriaied, be, and the same is : and thoughtless declarations : .t
risk of such 0\\nero tt! uttlocate-l Warrants shall be divine, who, as he .passed the
Sec. 2. And be further enacted, hcrcb)". Appropriated: fur the purpose cxiendeti till ihe'iirsi' day of October ,at such times and places as clerk's desk, while; the, congregation -. : ,:

That the &no\mt hich ahull! of opening and making a thereafter. : are referred to in the orders.-The was retiring very dexterously ,
appear load f."JUti1e: town of Canton in --- freedom allowed in political conversation -
to have .bien paid! to the owners Approved, March 3, 825. .. transferred the shoes. from the I.
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as rent, ,101- the u. c or occupation the Suit'of Ohio, on, the right I to the common citizen, plaie to pocketand ,.thus demonstrated I
of bank cf the Oaio river, opposite must, in the nature of things, be 0
their }proprLyEhan he deducted I An act to authorizeit; sale of a section to his ,flock, that he r
from the amount directed tr.e town Wheeling, to the Mus- ot Lan-l lilt-rein; mentioned. abridged to the officer, whether of was devoted to the, care of, soles to. t

to beid to tbnii undrr this act. kingum river, at Zanesville in Be it tnaaea by I the &nate and the Navy or Army. The governing the very- last. ; and- though a" good-

Sec. 3. And be further enacted, said Slate ; which said sum of one Iloune (if Representatives of the principle in these two necessary friend to .faith, yet thalgoo :tuor.t*,

That, ia case the whole! amount of hundred and fifty thousand dollars UtMrd State of \\America in Congress branches of national defence were always acceptable, ... .
0
shall be repUced! out of the fund.reserved i that of command and obedience
axiemblcd
claims presented aid allowed, under L aatht- be ire- j -,
this act, hall exceed: the sum lor )laying out and m.1k-1 taryofthe 1'reasUry shall be, and and this principle can never be The Jr lh. RaW/r.- -A gentleman -?

of two hundred and fif'y thousand: ing roads, under, the he is hereby, au: horizrd to cause established where one officer is' arriving late one evening ,afr: .

dollars, then, and in tHat case, tne Congressby the several acts passed \. to bc exposed lo' public sale, in permitted capriciously to criticise the George Inn, in,. ,,the couqty:

claimants shall, respectively! re for the admission of the Stales I the same manner other lands of the character and conduct of another town ,net many miles .from theLand's .

ceive only their rateable proportion of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri the United States are, the section ; 1\1utual'resp ct is essential End, Englandcalled for a.Welsh .

: of the sum of two hundred and into the Union, on an equal numbered tbirty-jfour, of the Elc- to discipline and concert of action;' Rabbit ; after;waitiaeraconsiderable -. -

fitLy thousand dollars, la be liquidated footing with the original Slates. v1-nth Tt.wnsrtip:: and Third Range the want of which is invariably 'time,he rung' ,the-bell. to;
Sec. 2. And be further enacted, of 1'0\\ : offered for pernicious to the interests of the "Sir "
by the said Auditor in the nships sale, at inquire, if it was, ready. ,
adjustment! of ihe amount to be That, for the immediate accomplishment Sieubenville, Ohio| ; and, if not so cornmucity. Where there are. said the, servant maid,:"' 1f ma.ter.

received by such claimants, ru- of this object, the Pre- sold, tilt said section shall be lia-. real grievancesthere is a course of has 'beeen all over town, and can.

speciivel/. siiienl, with the advice of the Senate jle to entry in- I|thd Steubenville' procedure indicated by the rules not: get a Welsh ,rabbit.for love ,cr ,

II. CLAY, shall appoint some fit person Land Office, as other lands are. and regulations of the Navy ; and money !" Oh !. very: we.ll,' replied

Speaker of, the Home ot'nt"prf' el1tath''s. as the superintendent of said road, Approved .March 3?I 1825. I if the executive authorities refuse latighing;. "then Jet.him get a,4 \

JOHN (.AI ILL A141), wjio.se) duty it shall he, under the l t: to act, the Congress can always in couple'of.eggs, and, d'ye hcajri boil:

President ot't.e! Sciute, pfo ternpore.Washington I direction! of the President, to divide An act to alter the terms: of the. District terpose with effect. Youth and them .Qft.t" ,Again his, patience
3
March 132.3
JAMCb, :MUXUOK.An Approved.. the sam; into sections of not Court of the United States in the Western warm blood, it is true, are difficultof was tried,,. and ,again he rung, the ,

more than ten miles each ; to contract district ofVirgi ia. restraint ; but where 'thezont bell. "Are my eggs ready,":-said:

act to autiorizetIie sale of unserviceable for and ,personally superintend : Be it enacted by the Senate and o honor is mutual.respecturbani- he, sir,' answered the girl, with a

Ordnance, Arm, and Military the opL-tjing and making the House of Representatives of the ty of ,deportment, and discretion low courlsey, *they.have;been,boil, j -

llJl'cs. said road, as well as to receive, United States of .America in Congress language, the effort will 'be to iqg this. half hour, .and, are rid* .. .,

--11 e it enacted by the Srnatc and, disburse, ,and! faithfully account ... assembled., __ That, the,_ terms. merit esteem' for'kind'and generous just'as .hard: ,as "when put-them
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.lfCz..t cf -Representatives oJ the with the Treasury for, all sums of of the District Court I ,- in and for qualities,rathertban to seek inthey, Will',not' boil toft.JLon. .

united Stctcs of America in Con- money by him t received. virtue of the \V es'tern. District. of 'Virginia, revenge or reputation, ,hazard? ,don.fl'!ft r. *.. 0 .

treu assembled, That the Pre- this act. instead of the.,time now .fixed bylaw ing life upon'. the venture 'ot'a' \ .

)*ident of tile United 'S ates be,. and _Sec. 3. And\bf\ further enacted, :shall be holdjen on the"days challengeThere"will.berpom' e- -., ,Revengt ,at the 'Rght'E d A.- 0' 0

Jc u hereby, authorized to cause; That .the superintendent shall not and at.the places',hereinafter' men nouch':--0-- for:\ tite<< display,.' of. physical w .i Soariish.... .. Soldier' r" -najsing" .... .through...... ..... ; ': 0

oe ioltj! any ordnance, arms, am- be interesteddirectly[ or indirectly .tioned, namely:. at Stauhton, on i courage, when :bur officers-' are a ,jneacqw| near. Toledo,. a. l rge: ,

. %"n5Jln, or other military stores, I in the avails' of any contracts so the: last Mondays1 in larch ; .nd. : called'u pOt}, o redress: wrongs, ;mastifF ran.:at-him).and he ,at abbed: ",.., '

OUubsluenc, or medical supplies, I to be .made, by iiim as aforesaid, ;<: August ;, at WytUe& Court Hone. and vindicate, thef.rigtitsy of' theircoumri' :t I ,c;: 9gJ4t JJj 'AP At"\bat :he hm : 0

hith, Upon' proper inspection or 'That he- shall', Before. he, .eniejrs: I on,the first Mondays' in; pri1'n'a: '.;:._. f .V.the in.: ... ncS,. !fb"*;+1UIteL otftk.7' '- ::- .

: lUfley*ged shall appear to be dam I upon the discharge'! of ,tb'e. duties September' Lejwisburgj(on. a ':jecd ': uetior' ,:_'ft,'1 j qlJ r g .L iIJ)1 rp it, I ";_' ": ;,

e; .. or otherwise unsuitable for' enjoined\by tli., ( act,..execute !bond. Fridays' after the 'irfet'-Mohdays-ifa'April itzmcient to" ,.iht' nix1o; trtOti9! S b q;!' ti .. ;0
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t P bhc service, whenever,. iti totlieUnited] \ates wi'b.'s, qri,. and Septimber; ; and1- 'ttt{ ; I toreRocer.1 the< a rnojn4 1 '-1' :f.. '-S 0. .. .

' 'tf lnI9t1. the sale of such i : un.J 'ty,:ta'Be approved: of bjrthe. Sec "e- ,Clarksburg rtfi efirst' Mondaytfof whkn I' l. "tea.:(ne 19fli19ng. r I.'JtP: li '!! : : -.

't )te.'tbrel will .oV dvanu- taiyf* the V >l.reasury:_ V ,' conditioned, .June'.and.:NoYcmber_ '| ':in 'each' '"r.t'th N a'l' a r'ba.ir'pr, t ta \h. ,"e( JJ C-ran.at! \' : :

' CtOij& 19 the public 'faitHui diichafge ot"'Ms : ",", '? :'itf,themtelvcs .as 'wt-.rinno\. I nc,wi1h hIJMIeQti '" ,;., :'
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:; um of your s notpropeily"kielori r"tp you[ )
emotion
: : ; the atithrfrity ,on which ther than that of
, i Inulll -=nc r; the papers .. lipn'asrall &-itorjalli) nd. JJmte 'n c a y fOtithef contempt
"A t:, '_. in Connectir-t* and such other: States officer ;. for in..each' these. tr\u4tfJusllc, a d"'iare--* !e i4 to have acted, and and holding you as yoyallhonestmen.vbo. are.held

: _:,, union as .may .have commanded by thosetfoT the discharge .of ,yoct. haxe ,so". ptodty4l'nd., ? .. kno\1!.J
through.or are t
.' .' .kt: lo, give .capacities you underwhich thfGntrarGovernment. i italicised in your ad-: history as too'pitiful forIJeave.you ;
pays ; re'tbge
Vublidhi! Pb .Ilppi tEe 'very letter f- fgr'Jaw ;
.." :: tbjLIso aplacein; ; their columns.! you have been apptfle4t9oficiate. i an'anfuSj, salary! of,g 1500, and c; the, public. I. w.ill..bere. to.thecharilyofworld th&
I _
ft.. --' ... It That when 9fflcer' for the. forgiveness
i secjuitiy ,cannot by ,. any of
I ',. ...< Yours lite. "The first six ,days. 01eachtermOtyOU 1 any Jq r
I : $ .. ;;' .. R.. K. CALL Court. you are fbe jujtified in filliog; jour' pur ..anf service ,.,' under enormities.' : ..
of the I I .on &rtraordinarv" levy'of virtue of ,any. law of. this "R_. IT_ rTo lOCi 11
I w.. Hu Esq ; required to .sit as tf Judge ) -- --- -U11.
I I United "t-iwi-O the, parties .litigant ; ,i1 d np compensation
.1 Ho Josefih L. Smith ofT District: Court of the j .
-- -.. .:.._ .7'o1thc' *.,__.. ,>>'.-,1,.. !".. iJca'rjer. iwti'ic t T-Tou; are required YQU 'curt., I proided by this law, for JJiOidm-Sebree. 'Etq. .1lanhal1.\,
r SIR-I'have"read :address to 'exercise5.' ; Territorial juris IYeae' it to yourself sir, .to 1cer, he shall-receive, the. Western,Dlllrict of JYonda.
. in which your have diction. Now sir,'whether you be concile the miserable, subl ; )pensaton as is allowed. SIR-You are.charged with .,
lo the'pu'blic you
Attempted vindication :of yourjuaicialconduct dignified with 'the, Title of District to 'whujH you: 'have. resorted 'to any other officer, for the. neglect of your duty, into 'reruainr

'ti relation i to the Judge 'of:; the United States" your vindication. 1 leaveit. and similar. .. services.-..'and, summon a Petit Jury, to serte

charges exhibited.against you'du or'f'| Sip lor" Judge of East Florida 'public to decide.whether you compensation is provided' at the present Term of The Sup .

I. ring the last session of Congress. is a matter which does 'not affect not. ,- in ;your : attempt to j for- .such service, he shall be rior Cburt.x is not our wish to

I hope Sir, 1 possess by nature the merits of, your .cast', n the your extraordinary t,conduct_ lo receive therefor a rea- condemn any person unheardthu
and education no less..charity than smallest particular, and'your qu b- trayed a want of candor and I compensation to be taxed course we leave to the fashionable

4 yourself; and most willingly would ling about the terms of 'District, honestyl incompatible :with. Judge of the County Court. ministers of intrigue and faction
'
.. I jembrace ,the belief, that the I and Sup rior' Court, would degrade cial, station-whether you County in which such officer But you are called upon' to answer.
have committed were the humblest.member of the uot' committed a blunder" or' such service shall whether this neglect to summon
wrongs you
tht| of ." a Jury was not intended to
I _thc-rcsult'of ignorance-or an honest profession. even plea ignorance c bring
I rror of judgment-But painful You have.endeavored to justify excuse. sir," you cannot be at a iscredit on the eminent men\rho

as it is to 'entertain opinions your extraordinary construction of From; the charges to construe this provi- have devoted their best talents to

-dissonant from those in which you Law, by an enumeration of your gainst you.you have, vainly the act-read it again rn lng-Law8 a, for the regulation

entreat the public to consider you:, duties ; and in doing so, you have refuge in the Statute Book of an eye 'lofees and perhaps of OUt' new and gro\Ving.Territ fJt

I.: am nevertheless confirmed by sought to impress the public with Territory. but 1 :n this you comprehend its true and those who procured their ap.

yqut own shewing, in the belief, the; belief, that many of Jhese duties found no assylum for your and intent. It was in- p ointment, ? Unless you can give

that the malversation charged, is are extraordinary" and do -no palliation for your to provide a compensation satisfaction to the people ,of the

'L the legitimate offspring of.a heart; not) appertain to your office-that official trust ; for no officers of ths Territory for country on this head, you will deserve .

familiar with vice and dissimulation. the.Legislative; Council has confided clearer than: this, that the ", ices as were not enume the severest censure from an

I I, like yourself not disposed to you alone, the discharge this Territory, cannot *lter in the preceding section of injured Public. .

to indulge in "* intempeience of those duties. smallestdegree:. the compact I act, many of them being How often have the people been

or invectice" and though I I L Your reference to the 'Laws of which jou entered, with the by law to perform the dragged, from: the extreme parts

do not commit the guardianship the Territory, will sufficiently ral Government, when you similar services," as you of the County, .to Pehsacoia to.attend

of my honor to the people, I am s ew how coniemotible is the ar- ed at the hands of its Ex by an examination of Courts, for no earthly purpose

content on the present occasion, to I; tineet flee to which you have resorted. the Commission of Judge. : items of the fee bill. but to send them home again

$ .you'before that tribunal, sa The first extraordinary" duty of Superor Court of East Flori sir, do the words,'" any after expending' the few hard-earn-

tisfird of their cqmpettncy to judge which you complain is that of -licensing The Territory had no refer but to the officers ed dollars they had collected for

between us. You commenced the Attorneys, and in your own creatirg (the office, or ; in the preceding sec- the support of their families ; and

list,of the wrongs you have received I l language, you' are liable to be the olTer] both were the this too at seasons of the year
,
at my hands, by alleging called upon whenever the applicants ry act of the General it been the intention of the when their crop most needed their

that I arraigned you before the may think proper to prescnt ment. It engaged to pay Council to allow you attention. Justices, Suitors, Jurors .

jiouse of Representatives, at a period themselves ; to examine their credentials specific sum for the office, think you they would and \Vitnesses all share the

when the session was too far and to license them to your cut es, which you have specially for the I I same fate and all their prospectof

.. advanced to enable; you /meet .. j practice .in any ol the Courts -of f jficallf agreed to receive as Coroners, and Jailors;, i recompense is the certainty of
: and 1 refute the charges made a- this Territory," 8c you quote from fiensaion; tll r for. Had I so distinguished a I having the same game played overagain.

.. gainst you. From ,the facts exhit the 12th page and 1st vol. of the tainec a doublon this subject, as Joseph L. Smith, i "There is something rot- I

: ; bited, and which you have since 1 Laws: of the Territory. Recurring I doubl woUld: have been I Judge of East Florida ten in the State of Denmark" and I

; acknowledged .1 could not resist lo the page referred to, I find the; by tbt report of the hey have directed ypur we will have it out. We live in

I the conviction, that you were corrupt j following that no person shall I the Iidiciary, to whom the be taxed by an inferior-I what is called a Republic, but ia

I'It or that you were inexcusably be admitted by any Court to practice was 'sibnitted, at the last to wit : the Judge of the Republican Governments Public

,i : ignorant of the laws you were ap. :therein, as Counsel or Attorney of Congress. i Court ? Surely not sir, Officers are the servants, not the

i:* pointed administer ; I considered at Law, until he shall have obtained I ;rhaps sir a view of that your dignity and character you Lords of the People, and as such

r* your example dangerous to society a license in writing from the ma not be unacceptable to :I. a supposition. Your im they are accountable for their con
I and believed that both.the Governor ofthi Territory and it :
or one! though should not solicitations to have duct.No
moral and civil rights of the community of the Judges of the Superior : the clings of the heart, it I placed in the fee bill, man of sense can denythe

i demanded your removal Court," to complain of these duties ;'enlighten the understanding r"i I I the possibility .of for- fact, that we should be infinitely
! from the office you had dishonor: and them better without Laws or Court
,; place ,among those present a repetition of the ss or neglect,. and your ,
E ed. That I acted promptly, and for-the' .,performance of which you I you\\ave committed. I will to the Council Cham than to be harassed by show, .of

i I did not delay your arraigumelltJs |have:, recei vt"d Itca, is. to insult,, the! rive you the following us ,too sensibly of; both, without any substantial exercise
I ; evident from the documents
them of either.
most common understanding. withutfee and with no other oh this subject. The

N selves. Every Judge of theJand: exercising of rt\tardj n the pleasure I 1 according to your Countryman..,

.I. You are aware sir, that Mr. Macon original jurisdiction, whether in derive\ from having \\' ; for which you have .

i lh District Attorney of your the Courts of the United States, or ,vou'r stock of legal fees, are administering Extract from a letter received by a gentleman

N court, did not arrive at Washington in those of the different States and hat it is alleged, in a taking, affidavits and bonds, in this City, dated St. Augustine

n until about the first of Febru- Territories of the Union performs I froit the District Attorney of official certificates .and l 5th April, 1825.

; ary ; the information upon! which | the same duties. They arc primitive -I Florida, that the Judge of that making and issuing writs Your candidate seems to havea

JIL :I acted was received from him : duties which had their origin trici had received fees for I in offi fair prospect of success. Gen. '

1i from him I first learned ,he 'construction -'j, with the birth of the science of Jujrisprudence services rendered by him as IC most papers of these thepublic duties as Hernandez and Col. Gadsden are

you had thought proper !I i and for which no on the authority' as it is the compensation allowed both before the people here, and,

4& to give to the Acts of the Le isla-i I judgtiin this or any other country a law of the Territory.: The fee bill belong to the Clerk neither of them will withdraw ; so
i ; t live Council and the immunities was ever entitled that division is
to extra com pen- holds his (appointment under Court, whose little pittance a inevitable, which
M you lad ventured to claim under sation. will in favor of
United Stat 8, and the Laws thrust into your own operate the West.

63m them. Again, you say, "I am made United States establish the 8 ; to gratify your in- "ItVas indeed: extraordinarythat
The note of Mr. Macon to me, substantially) a Commissioner to which he is to receive for his II avarice. our Qelegate should array

c upon this subject, was published discharge) from imprisonment, all ces in thatloffice. The himself against the Judiciary.The ..'-
;: i with the resolution subuutted to insolvent debtors, whether commuted I as at present informed are howeveryou come to the Government of the U. S. re*

Congress. and is dated on the second '- by authority of my own ble to perceive now ANY Speaking of the duties im quire that their. officers"'should be'

) day df February. On the I Court, or by process from any of THE TERRITORY CAN A I I II you by Congress, you suppoited until they act unworthy

.. succeeding day, the morning of the County' or ustires' Courts of I THE JUDGE;! TO RECEIVE ANY I -have, not. charged.. -one cent of of their stations. The Judiciarr, ,
the third were and East FJoJrida.-The \'CI Y minute) witnout relcr- must be n.
-. you promptly words of the PENSATION JN THE SHAPE OF supported. Judge Smith,
1 fearlessly arr 'tJned. This surely Statute to which you refer page for his official services, in the inadequacy" my sa is more popular than he has been.
;l:f: docs not evince a disposition to and vol. these which have been executed.- The chief '
are that if any person place he holds under the opposition to him, .is
" I'! delay in order to avoid 'efutaj or persons, now or hereafter thority of |he United States." does the inadequacy of found in the malignity of a few

; ::1' tion" No sir, even in the 'blindness be taken or charged in execution, I might leave here to give sanction to the aspirants."
you
of
t.i of your passion, you must ur upon a capias ad respondendum the charitable Law,. and a departure .
.
,
I.;1 admit it does rules of honor
: not.
Believe-mc'sir he and deco-
I may petition any Judge of the those who (might believe that Ertraet of a letter from Colonel Gadtden t.
tat you cannot. regret so much as I do Territory, or any two 'Justices have err'd without This, sir, for a judicial o- friend in this City.
of ,
1& the want of umr to prosecute this !h,. F ace," who are authorized to intent. But inasmuch is the most dangerous, I I was in the wilderness when.

L{ entiuiry_ ,--Uut for this want of discharge. such .frnm ,.,. as yeu.... heard advanced in so- '
.nrrsnn- -... ..n...-- acknnw1.ct------ .. -.. --jpp,1.-- I h" ,, '''''': : my namewas brought forward;
, time ol which you so bitterly com I prISOI ml"nt. :The Legislate'e Council : the act arid have---r proclaimed" VUIIIII;)) by the same rule the in- but>> :I had, from frequent applications
plainyo&wouhlhave of
been a SECOND has not your salary" would
I as you pretend, left unI I own superiority of ( ;\ from various quarters, pre-
TIME CASHIEltED. You WOUld fortunate: debtors you to purloin
at your viously.consented
5- have been :dishonored your legalmercy' you will pardon me if I to serve as Dele
'have in Civil as nr has it imposed upon you of the ,ina:tce purse, or levy a tax ar gate, provided it was the will of
by
prepense
you -been n Military lir .- the: Bol upon the good citizens of
you of the
But remember sir duty granting relief introduction of the law on I Peojile. ,1 Assure you, I am
for
justice
does a,
not to such your
individuals support.- unambitious cf
but
; have for political
you rely justification employment
sumberand! your
the ,
day is hat
not fur dis- the whole
of
wisely provided that amount : unless
any two Justice which fur that: at the unbiassed al"
whenVthe
tant, Territory will be purpose you 1l does, not exceed
of the Peace shall be competent garbled and misconstrued. thirty-" of those from whom all pover.
disencumbered'of
(he Judicial.burthen to ; jf true, the in-
performall sum is _
that hon You hat :manates. Office distinction
Which' bus been your say the Laws of ., or
' imposed or can, ot'right do in this nd is. only ,demon which be
respect. Territory calltd may won_ by
it l) on management
upon ,' y"yo r 'appointment to of 'two facts first
But 'that
(to
pursue render these intrigue I
to
office.you hold arraigning you your next services, most but little business or. excitement,
dtlty,--you are and in your neither
required fireasly covet
you'bt'J.)re the House of I yousay unequivocally or would accept.
"
Representatives' the
in secondly
, all cases throughout East rized depravity My friends
I : J called Florida me toj receive for tncmj therefore, individuallyand
you a Judge of disposition
whenever! ,-for none ,but
the District attachment can ordinary fecja prescribed for the people generally will I
Court 'of the
United who
has lost
I be claimed by a creditor. services. : all the
U States' against gene trust, go to the polls with rio ether
you deny that d noble
you are the i of
leelings
property of his t' the hu
debtor
lff such,'and 'have'denominated on his Let us take a full and wpuld feelings than those of an ,honest
yourself application, or that of his barter away the
ll 1L Attorney hensive iew of preference for the individiriimay they
a "Territorial, officer. the art to and
:. and insupport. to take his- affidavit._n_ '_ _'J.tr_ HOI_.........K-_ j you allude 'not in w dignity of a judicial vote for. The purity, if not
&) 01 your garbled and to Iiim
position allrjcvthat : oosaesa gplf. r
you mine on his sureties r>. tl'n
receive --------
I "' the
to "II ,existence of our-
u
Il a District Jude derives ''ura i sentences, ana see how of very govern
their lund and pence honest indus '
t ti lomake out and will ment-depends the of
all his Authority from ihe 'Laws Suppor the position you assert that upon purity
.1 I issuehe.writ.ofataclment,. whether you know: that elections. The have,sufficient !, ,
L. and .i onsiitation of the United i assutied. It is entitled an ;people
be to allow
i: ..Slates Permit me toak.: if .it returnable to your' own' establish, febs of. certain you fees discrimination and intelligence
you ,Court.cjr> other, within 'I. expressly rejected by the ,..
T4 ., do'no*''exercisrJutiSdiction- all n> the loCal and for.,other purposes." In to select theirown, agents,_
Council
.
.lirrtiu of'your jurisdiction.Tke'1w .!'. ,and in receiv and should
j. ? c setriH.ing' r' 'the first settion enumerates all be !left to the exercise

!i -- Constitthionof.the :United lawsflitid States to which ..you,refer' is officer. for ,\' ) ,,benefit 'it is you have sinned against,. of'iheir.ow.ri.J lJginebt!, fuptnflu-.
found aLtle.35tJt knowledge : : I
| :2d vol. of enced those
:
( f vtihln'your District; and whether the page tertjjecl,:an4 : the compensation I by :appeals, eC1tt"menta
1t ,.)'o.J 'nut >o8srss',cW the fiorycrt'and' J4a'Tri'Qf- Territory, and is 'which. eacb hall bejentided, in g. 'you befbre :the 'Sec. t6o. ri .resorted. to
r4 this : that. iLshalLaijd} b'lrwfii .: 'of Representatives I '
piuy .
flrivlleg&i nod i. ifir tWexceptjoiKpf the} Marshal, was : 'i ,. --
1N b i'gltest p'e ti tn'(wi1 hUe r : ; tt \ O\.. LO !'f'Jlf e. L.4! ; pfiiceps.'ofiJhc: ,different ; y;.8 ,sense_of duty only, Beware ,-Ipjsition !. : :

ifu hr ,! : # \t }" ht, J .Jt? .cf ,dTt2at:1o/th r sp'ecttv TUridicti tPaceAyitL1io.,thjr, k.ties of.the', Territory,.:4indnot; conviction' that' ybti were' : ll d'bilk.are' '.stuck;up'.,in t&6streetsofthiscityt .

4. ,: tQiie''re! %t.t 'PtSl': rJI ,' 4 rit" h- : '\ 4.P n' to .grant! -cerjofthe. Q jilted!',States ; n'ot. mentally unortsy. .: ) ; 'intended bra.
.
I .
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:', ; t ; 'If:!.f e.b.L.. .. '. C.I -.. 3b,_. ,'1 the samCiexcepJionjaiot !:, .fa e, reporito ipj ure.l heeieCtiOfl
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,the event of his e1 .ttion'l live Council, the ,Marshal. of 'the I ar very m'tcb.c .. 1 cut : This'mceflntbeiInformed.! :of : L"tN9TIQ ;l' -. i Lfl :
that a.11I1cpot will be, Qs! JiC.trw3S! recognized asUhe Executive I asses.. I.'i... n i.i r the.death'.",{ rb.. t'te.t tw S1i fetygh'in1 Tbaath. 4terin -' \ : _

F tht, and not at Pc acla;: \ (Office ;of .theSd.p t! CI'tbtia; son"shore,unya-' i d u:'" Ib'fd:' fton ;3ci1. ij ,W tfief .n.:.the;County,Court,: I willtccountiand r

\. 'jjmpaY iltli t. be' W interested the ;. Court1 and acted "":as' Bach' The rine.g < jsentjlolje and will. pr Iy, ,bci aj.Titpr&jthbuo' ;; 'td da'1u : nta ,. vot 9feri"..." .:".nd _\, < _

\' *? of Tampa-boih, these Council at tl rhircsesa, 'oD repeal>> .' oJn', ..the: / fePiw !, .of.sympathy- fl&f41) ..their d ,: .Gtfk' ;j t&i Jf/rM+ if: t )he dceu of .

\ ioprlI are Calat-and' here is the 'ed .that' act. and. constituted__ .. J the 4 N -'other.4.neyra.n I 't iiiO,lD$' D." :Wi4i tl ; ew.* ..... ". '.' '. ", _
\ rtpoJ1.S the 16th cf last Octo- ShetifIhe Executive Officer oPthe dr. ihV27th March, mptured people of the Coantynfor the'1 t I,.1 ...; Jdh ae1aRI' .. J _

;)proof-On published a letter Superior Court held within his a piratical;. Schooner aiphor. "in: .which:theyJyjuataine4, irtth I*. .' __..", .,". ..'l .,.-......",,_zi t ,..
-
Mr. .;fd. IW 2
\\t>tr, Col. Gads in to himself, County, and, it is understood, have Intia Gord about, 15 iiies ,to I death, of, ..the. Soldier_ the Patriot, E'e.24tb1825i-31 t. .
'
ifrctn .' $ "
from Charleston, in which passed 'an act, providing: i :that the windward: cf Lagua la nndi"j and thejr Frirnd..aot :Ol1.wl : .. '.
"
Written Grand and Petit Jurors summonedby She : claims their. .Territory.offloado \ ........ ",1
he says" PENSACOLA WILL UNQUES- ountcnoai pou on: warmest; r get,- ,a$ _
.:;ABLY. BE TilE NAVAL DEPOT.Fon the :Marshal to attend. the United pivots, with 'swivel*and I lunderbusse'a well for his Revolutlonaryti>:jpvJV Coimty of Ettarnbta,'' 3 vEscambia I t, ''., .

soUTlI 'VEST. After a some- States side of the Court.should with a quantity of Quskcts, ces,(being the last Field; Officer' County 'Court. ,: _

,-a'I _.. .iapII.las.....;" "tp... pvamination_.-_. -.---'-- ,- of thebores retained to transact Territorial pistols, cutlasses, boardinv pikes, attached. the Xorth-Carojina} O RDEUEP,That Polls dull be opened .
t .
"D& of the Mexican Gulf, from I business In the present instance- -and ,about 30 or 35..men. i quantity Line)as for his. distinguished'character : at the fallowing? places, for the .,.,. _
$ Harbor there, U. S. th of articles' 'of Amen n: of honor'and purpose of receiving votes Tor.1,Delegate ; ;
Sabine to Charlotte ; being no cause on, produce as a man sterling .
the to of
represcnt.tbe: people Florida in the _
I can discover no estuary or hay, Docket, the Marshal summoned) were fcjund on..bordJand. : in integrity ; of one, ,who. united I 19th ,Congress, -\the election to be held I .

which will compare with it in natural no Petit (Jur), and, the' Grand .Jury searching the woods, die .ered to' a disposition the most .social : .on. the second,Monday of Stay next: viz: ., _

udvantasrs ; and the central forvthc CJ. S. Court knowing of a large quantity :of the' saylf articles anti endearing, a.philanthropy the.: ...,-oJ.At the., Court' House in the, City!- of'PcnAt l

of Pensacola, connected no offence against the laws of the -their marks &c. cor 8pbnd- most txalted, and a hosplialliy I
.the house
position Joseph W. Hall on the i iPensacola t I
with its vicinity to the interior, United States, were discharged, ing. They lost, 8 killed, ,and 19 the most sincere and 'unostenta Escambia. l: ,

and its capacity fur defence, J give I after having been empanelled and were made prisoners. Their 'es: tious.. Be therefore, ,At the, house of Joab Gaines on. theEscambia ,

it a decided superiority." 'l'hisGadsden sworn, and stated that fact to The tahlishment, ': consisting: otw.I .Rctolved. That weV1J1 cherishthe ,and _
the language of Col as Court. large huis, ic. were burnt. The' 'memory of the deceased with At narrow's Ferry on 'Yellow Water. '

js far back as the 15h of September We only state the facts at pre day after lhecapture' | of this Schr.a 'the most lively sense>>e of gratitude sons And hereinafter it is further named Ordered shall, that be and the per- _

last. He has examined the whole sent, without further comment, Regla iJoatj\ with about: 12 or 14 EC regardmingled sentiments hereby appointed Judges of said theyare election '

coast with his own eye, and he is presuming that the communication -- i men was chased, but they escaped, of the tenderest_ regret. and, most viz : .

decidedly IN FAVOR OF TENSACOLA published to day, addressed i leaving their boat precipitately, cordial sympathy: with his numerous In Pensacola. S

FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE to the 'Marshal, may produce a with a keg o( powder open, near and highly respectable family Jn. de la Rua, William Sebree and John t

NAVAL DEPOT. Who invented the more full statement of the case the gaily-itlwasthe\ boat whose connexions,:with his acquaintan i Brosnaham. '

report we do not pretend to kuow than we are able to give crew murdered the unfortunate ces and neighbors, with the poor, -At HaU' on' the. Eacambm. 1
Hall
David
JoseplaW. Williams and '
_but we know it to be false. men who were wrecked in the A- to whom he was a liberal', an active Luke'Townley.At '

The Naval Depot already fixed Gen. Call 'Judge Smith.We merican brig i Betsy, in December. comforter friend indeed Gainc on the E8cam ia.

at Pen!) co1a, and the information regret the necessity imposed on They were pursued through the for their irreparableloss. Joab Gaines, Wilkiso and James '

which Cot Gadsden gave the us, by our, sense of duty to devote mangroves, :but knowing their Resolved, further That, as a Brewster.At '

Government upon that subject, so much ofoui paper to the con- road, were not again seen. testimonial of our respect and regard Barrow's on Yellow Water. '

niay be supposed to have had its troversy existing between these Off Stone Ivey the Schooner and for the deceased, we will JameaShine, Robert McKinnon and Je. '

.r.iQ-ht in fixing it here indivirluals. and we repeat that we boat, while at; anchor, parted their wear crape on the left arm for remiah tSavelle. 1 .

Vr w Beware vm n then\f, and do not crucify shall- -take; : no part in it: The first cables and went: on the rocks and Thirty Days, which we recommend A Attest-true copy-from the Records. '-

a man, who has rendered you so publication! on the subject was bilged-the cargo was taken out to be done by such of the. -- John Miller CVlc.

much service. made inline prcceedings of Con- and brought lo Key West in th Citizens of the County as feel dIs- .
Pensacola. 22d March 1825-3-tde. \
Col. GaoSden has purchased gress, and having as a matter of Sea Gull and :Schooners Liou. an,! posed to unite with us in.manifesting _:

properly at Tallahassee, and intends course copied it, we conceive that 1 Union. L' M'Keever commanded a becoming regret on this, me- Book Store. I .
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to live there, and he has no we were bpund to give a place in I the expedition.From lancholy event.Resolved ,

interest direct or indued at Tam uur columns- the reply of Judge : That proceedings Clair
of this meeting be signed by the JUST recevedper Hrigst. di-
perhaps
pa. Smith ; here we might the JfationalJoumal. from New-York,' and for sale as
have stopped, had not the motives Extract of a letter from a (lIiti7lflhSied'gentleman I' Chairman and Secretary, and pub above,an additional assortment of Books,

Cuidntln con la falscdad of Gen. Call been impugned, but in Ho&ton tojll friend in I hshed in the Milton Gazette, and among which arethe following
been the he had U'agfungton, Hinder date 4th Jpril. that they request the publication
this case, NEWWORKS.
Se hun corrldo I laoos rumores en csta having \% e hall a gieat caucus las. night, a ,
ciudad tlimanados los pariidarios de undoubted right to be heard, of the same in the other papers ot I *
por an caucus for an unitm of both poitical parti Rothelan a Romance of the1 English histories -
Jo Corpnel White para pcrjudicar la dcc- and we may even find it necessary es. From 4 to :4,000 persons were pre- the State.JAMES ,

cion del nunca bien poi.lcr.ido Coroncl i !o mihlislv. more on the subject., ;, sent. :Mr. Pickman.. Mr. Join Everett' HOLDER, Ch'n Stanhope's Letters on Greece in 1823
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James'Gadsden. Se dice que en r 1 even ; ir: Davis, and two or three otter persons
'Jut' we assure our readers that: as BENJAMIN CORY, Sec'y. and 1824 with Documents on the Greek l
to de ser elgido cl cit (tlo Gadsil, elarsen.il -At last Mr. Webster rose, and
spoke. and the life of
; sera puesto en \\s. buha de 1.impa soon as C\'. justice will alljxv, we : there was a shouting and cheering that : t r-: '-,- -. > .,1- ,:...... ____":''''",'-_'';.. ',' Re.volution., MustaphaAH !I

) no ci i'unzacola! ; yqueticnelnterescs shall cease to fill our columns lasted a quarter of an hour. Never wasa Buchanan's Sketches of the North American I

en IA exnrcsada hahia uno v. otroes with. so_ disagreeable T- matter. Westillhoweverrecommend man more plainly, proclaimed *o be the SHIPiflmfIVg Indians, with a plan for their melioration -
i'also ; j' et>ta es la prueb.t : en 1C de 1. fj : to all who I II nun of the peopty than he win at that 1\\
Octuore; PI). po. Mr. hunt publicu una I I moment. YVhensilence[ was at! last. ob- = Theodoric a Tale and other Poems by
read it I
thing ,
have concerning
il I li- any
Coronet Gulilt"llu"Jhla :
carta tIe tainetl, he made -4 speech oFaboitialfaiilioiir Thomas Campbell .
clio Ildiit c-scrita de eh"resLo.cprcs.: : Jierute vtl that jiublisted on b i \
:in length, interrupted comtahlly } The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts !
:ndo MI sentir: y en la cu.il dice "' Funza-. the tubject ; as ll.is must ntcessuliiy the must Urnulluous applause bd with for Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c. I .
cola, sera wn la menor ducks ci ld;'ar dci.tnkdo be indispensable to .,v. correct intervals: of a dead silence, winch was "Fort olENTERED.usto1. Biography of the"British Stage,being the I

ptra clavseiul. judgment on the case. even a more honorable tribute to h power ... Lives of principal Actors and Actresses : .
Despu cs cle un n.jiduro examcn, de las the multitude. His
I over vast argument I I
ohs del Golfode! Mexico, desdc la sabinihasta : Judge J Smith, aa an Officer[ of f ,
was, tiut this vhoe! people ar now The History of Matthew Wald, by the : ;
el Cbailctts! me ha hitio im- Government is entitled to the May 2nd.-Schr. Phillippa.
puerto ; : Called, b)' the circumstances of tliecountry author of Valerius &c. :
posble descur! ninjjun: brazo ni baliia warm support of every individual and ot the world, to such high oljects, Montane, New Orleans, Cargo" .Hallam's View of Europe during. the : .

que pucda imitarla en natunles ventajas; :, in the community, if unjustly attacked that! nil ,party. dillercnccs arc becone unworthy 9fi__ hhls.____. _flour.__ __ 33 keirs lard._ 56 :Middle Ages, I.
y la posicion central vecinitlad tie Panzucola en to interior; in- by the Delegate ii his official of us. In': the course of ijs remarks bbls. corn, 4 bbls. rt'rn, 2 bbls.1 The Spanish Daughter,
a con su
tIe corpora eli-i,V MI cap. c'uUd para la defcnsa leda l capacity. On the other hand, he spoke of Mr. Clay,and sail rilation that corn meal, 7 bbls. rice, 20 The Human Heart, -
he was perfectly satisfied that, in The a Tale, 1 i
unauescion. supt.'rimt if (; has done his 3 boxes tallow candles, 2. Highlanders .
tn. CalJ| fearlessly to the Presidential election, his, whole soap, Scenes III Europe,Scenes in America !
Esio cs la e\lcacion] :: del Coronel and he merits had frank honorable and bbls. 6 chairs, atid 1 box : '
duty, no mure, men course been ( potatoes The Blank Book ofa small Colleger, i
G.ulodei. I'.l, desde:Ija. e\:m.IIl:1to ell 5 de Septiembrc si propio paeailo. to-- i I and should (receive the just rcwardpuolic Ingli-miiidcd, and;that he owes tii; office merchandize, the Captain* Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th ; '
por he now holds to his merits and to Hoich New- and 10th volumes,
cia la Costa, y !ha dcsidido. favor la.l'ln. I of :c unml"nd.Hion.Ve solely Schr. San Antonio, '
the consideration in which he is taldTby
ncola! c1l'&tab.ccimnto dtl arsenaL give no opinion! on the alternative : amidst which he Orleans, Cargo, 80 bbls. corn meal, TOGETHER WITH
tile reaL \\ estern{States
Quicn lu invcniadu cl rumor, no pre- but.leave it [to the people, who will! lie>1>, and by the tvbole country. This 24 bbls. flour, 1 cask wine, 1 bbl Haley's Works complete, in 5 vols. '
8
Rollins Ancient vols.
History
tendemos faUo.LlAiscnal. sa'ber. Pero nosconsta quees :io doubt a\od a hasty <<,decision tcsl.iiion> to the purit of:'1!. ClaY_ .i character taffia, 2 cases sugar, 22 kegs lard, Pl tarch's Lives, 8 vols. : '

csla destinado Panza- but after hearing both sides: will! was received wiUi very jjreU ap. 2 baskets oil, 1 box cod-fish, 4 Josephus's Works, 6 vols. I.
: .
cola y el utiornie dadu por pra el Coronel support the, injured party (by the il.iioe by the multitude.! hare had Indeed in Soston it is bags coffee, $ bbl. rice and 1 bbl.. i Hamilton on Purgatives '

G.tds>den a fu gobicrno sobre el particidar firm prop of universal appruba- manycurs like smce butter to the Capt3 n. .\rmstrong Typhus Fever.linet" '
a caucus tile one last evening.
ha kdcridu a su t-etublccinn'ento en r:>ta.Tener lion. Schr. Ebenezer, fice, St. Marks, \ and Tully on Fevers,
cuidadu ilefsdo luego,y no cruel.Ccar ..I"----"...........,.- qr- ballast. Passengers-Charles Pin- Orfila's Practical Chemistry by Coxe,
unhoiabit, cju* Oi ba neciio tantu ', -- TrrJ1il the MUton ( JV C.JQB1TUJRY. Ga tle. l'owelon Contracts, '
servicjos.Coronel; The trial of Desha, for the murder of dar Esq. Lady and servant?. Morse's New Gazetteer,

Gaclen: ha comprado proprle- Uakcrin Kentucky, was the second tune Schr. Bachelor, PU, New-Or- Walker's Dictionary. Octavo and Pocket.- '

dade en Talalj..steev picn.saebtabSccerscen attempted at the March term of the Har We _are called upon, by the leans, Cargo, groceries to order. Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt '
dicho paia c, y no liene interes ti. [ron Circuit t ourt ; the Lexington Moiii- strongest impulse of feeling and CLEARED. Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gilt, '
recto ni indirecto en Tampa.ssAI tor informs us'thai ".the A hole of the iii.tt Beauties of Shakespeare, do. -
_. I add
'I.rtgtet, to to the "triumphs May 2nd.-Schr. Harriet, Campbell -
----- week was spent and but two.-jUllIlen Campbell's Proems, do. .
.. ', .} ;' "-r ...." II '. I could be obtained, that had not made up ot'the tomb,*' and to weep Over New-Orleans, 2000 bricks. Hervey's Meditations, dr,. '
.
.,... ..ro.. \......,.1'....t...tJ. ...J./\ /.. 8 I their opinions in the case ; the COII *.- the grave of another sage of the 96 bales cotton and 56 hides b) Pilgrims' Progress. do

-- *" quence is, we }earn, that the trial is a Revolution, in the ofMaj. Stone &' Nisbet N. H. Allen, Fin- Pope's WorksJ2 vols. do. \
person ,
UUitAY, MAY 7 1825.
..,_..-_-__ _- -- ----", I baiiJnned__nn_,_ _:1.:111.n_ onnlmnpil__......... to__ tin____ iii_._"_v_:,: -- Lights &. Shadows of Scottish-Life do. -
I Ino\1.\S JONOHO,. who departedhu i lay Sc Rushton and the Master.
.Delegate tocjie. Terra without the least expectation; oi ALSO, '
: life on the evening of the' 2d I Schr. San Antonio, Roich, New-
I ZLEC'UUNON MONDAY SEXT.C.VNDIDATIS. ever getting jury in that county.- 1 heinimlerer I The Sorrows of Werter Vocal Standard,
will probably i bir discharged under nisi in the 74th'vear\, of his age. Orleans, Cargo, 4000 bricks b> Life of Franklin, Paul and Virginia,

Joseph M. White the statute, which requires the Prosccutrjn Ure had known Ithe deceased but I: the Master.Brig William Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &c. &c.

to give the prisoner a trial during a few years, yet I we had known I Palafox, Fitts, New-York. WHICH, '
JdlUCS ( ahdelI, the rir>t three courts ut'ter his commitment ill an long t enough' to''join In the : Cargo, 585 bales cotton by Paul together with the stock, heretofore on

Jos. M. liernatidcz. or.arrest.. : nand, composes a very extensive and general -
general estimation in which he H. Sheffield, 5 bales cotton by G !
assortment of books, and will be
: '
..:T/.s.Mails.-On Thursday last, the mail was held, and to teel the deep regret C. Tod. and 137 bales cotton by' old at the New-York prices for cash.-
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Gen. Lofty ettc.-A. \V. Hamilton rider again. arrived' with a *. beggarly account which pervades the breasts of Stone. Sc Nisbet. Country Merchants and public or private

Esq. Collf ctor of this Port, : ot empt}" bags- scarce) any pa- ail who knew him. On the:receipt \ 5th.-Schr. Philippa, Montane, Libraries furnished on" the most liberal

has authorized us to state, that( hv persirom the KWm were received, amiaiioihcr cf the melancholy) news of his Jew-Orleans, Cargo, bricks b) I terms, and' such books as are ordt'redand
'evidence of conduct hand, will be procured with as
improper in ate not on
iras requested by Gen. Lafayette death, a meeting of the Citizens of I
,
:tonic t-Otfice was ivenby the receipt e.l\laster. little delay: possible.. Orders from a
during ins late vi&h to New-Orleans ofa ash-aitie gazette of February 18r// this place was (called, when the \ 6th.-Schr. Bachelor, Pla, New- distance will be as promptly attended to,

to make known to the Citizens -.CIt::,fir following proceedings took place : Orleans, Cargo, bricks by the Mas- i and meet, ,with the same' .liberalityNs a
of Pensacola, the deep regret Alaj. James Holder was calledto personal application.W. .
tie Jhbiie Commercial
From Register
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'Which he felt at the impracticubi friraiett Cc/itured.-\Ve are indebted the Chair, anjl{ Benjamin Cory: 'kI Hasell'Hu. :hL'April .

ty of \ isitinh them at this time, on to tin4 politeness of a correspondent appointed Secretary. Gen. R.M. I "Bntcrtaiument 1 ,12th, ,, 1825.. .; ;

account of ihe sped fun Saunders then, iij a fecling'and apl1ropl' I If .. > S. .
necessary for
: at Key West, the l ITHE public are informed that the subscriber .. 'BLAJSKJiUST B.O.OKS J
him to use to fulfill his ate: manner, 'addressed the '
engagements of f
,
house of
following agreeable intelligence ,* has opened enter- at.the: '
received, for sale P'ensaco1' ,
; ando assure them uf his he capture of a gang of freeboot- meeting-he adverted briefly- tai ment for'the accommodation of travel JIaThokStore, .
warmest wishes foi their prosperity rs. It the American and the Revolutionary! services of the_ ler and others who may call on him.' ': 1
and happiness. appears deceased natiVe of Essex County H. Ramsay A. few Ledgers: ,., .;.T"i' .
iglish forces acted in conjunc- : ,,,,, 10 -
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We cannot but feel highly gra ion on this successful, expedition. Virginia, though he had lived De. ,r Point, May 6, 1S2S-9-31. DayBqoks: > ) .:..........".,:
S.a. > tlUSTreceivedand
tided at this mark ot'attention Tin.re were 19 of these viilains In this County fiftythreeyears- i Journals. : .. .. ,' ':':"i(: ,
frcm so illuiilriou an individual, :brought into {Key West, whence was appointed a Lieutenant in the ll/K./ Call &. B. D. Wright, Letter Books and ". ; \:.v.. '.. '

and our ht'al'tlVarml respond to I they are to be sent to NewYorkfur Sixth Regiment 'of the Nortl -Carolina HEAVING'renewed their conn' ctlOllWthe :notice in Children's Copy 'Boofcgr. <.: .. .
of the'Laur," give
his regrets, and reciprocate his : trial, and convicted \ve trust Line, in the Memorable. ( tJiat practice willpiactiq T1. in_ the Courts-of ;' If. Hasell. uDt.. ., > .
good wishes; that Jhtdoruing of 1776 .b the Provincial they ,. ,: '.
-hoping as President will feel no year ) Walton/Jackson,Gadsden and > *} .' .
our new Escambia, ,, t: .'
30111,1824.. % _4.."l -. :
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of his da'sV irradib Congress which' Sat at Ne'vbern ..
re :
qU:1lms.oC conscience about theirexecution Leon Counties. : .- .._. r C. .
'\ bv the beams of virtue and but let them suffer the was after\vardsnceived into.the: Pensacola. ,.May, ..6-, i:9'- : : ., ., ......... ATfiXiYt. : "" :. ... '. ... '. "

hil:1n: ruphyi, so may the.evening, utmost rigor'' of the lawotherwise service; of .the Continental .Con. r- *- ;. ; :. for salfeitthe'PensacpbT : :.t' '

of his life be passed ,in the calm we sbo |Jd like ,to, _see them gress, and rose to\a Field:.Officer.-' TAKEN UP : ) Book .Storc &\ small assort* ;. .' .

tnd'erene enjoyment of his well I sent to Jamaica,.where' they never he was in the engagements\ JBT THE, SUBSCRIBERS. :T1US1W* xnentof : I

deserted and hard-earned glory. escape punishment. Brandy wine, acttI' as .the Ail-de< .' a mulattoe b ywbocaIIsh1t1if Quills, ,superior quality, :/ .'.

Extractof a Letter to the Editor, dated Camp of General : uHc tat' .thcjbat-1 "' t f* : Letter Paper afej ,;", '.; ,':

AnOllztr"New eae.."-.On Mon..y I Keg- llek April, 1825, tie of Guilford, wa s also in thcjbat-. 'f ndt 0. .o- 'Ink.l owder Jblac .: '.'
.inchestherrespectsimi.bigb ) 1t.rjd
."* last the 'Superior Court of : "Dear Sir The Sea. Gull & ties of Jtulaw. J3Har. Cieek: Mnd: 5 feet 8 era.; tbscriptioa !+ e 41 t .

'stat Florida met and adjourned, His 13..M. Sclrs. Lion ,and. Union*, various other .reqconti-es, *31 I:. bein of.a:roulattoe.. adrer;, ,; _!t,'Sealing3Yaxanct rS'. i'V : ; ':' 4,,.", 1' I I'. "''. '

bo business.having been done,. CX hare brought; into this, place 19 served to tbe clost of 'the;Reloll. _' ..tiieJ bA.(1W of> *.OrieanJ. ,.J."' ce- 'Pape.- : I. -) / "I
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ttpt tbe Pirates the : coast of lion in 1783. .Af\ :noticingbecotping a t '.1-o 2d)1arc { '. 'f* ''UJ' Has ltt un't:' : : '.
i8m88l of t those causes captured on ; er as.ba.\.wG' h ,..jf I'J.'; .. .., ... -.t -'
: t the docket which have .been, Cuba,. as, per 'written statementglvjrn W.tY," 'tj.ka private: j! ; \.1..:Said: 'nul lt.. .el3val.;;'..1. .:.,. ,.i ILRICCt"au4wasra1e :, : "Aah" .. It gC)(.. ,..! .., -J I" ,.;:-....
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'eUJrd by the pants.a5o } jme by an officer in the'expe-; racte_ r'!0 fib, e ..dcce.asedwhic :.;.aU >.... ... ... .."11l" .. !!J! tHt..,.,,._.,J.. S. .'t !A'::"'. J ._ ." ,..
, eoTh; for adJ inj thee ditioni '!'.rb y are amcst ferocious who! were: rircsenu 'sensibly &li! '1'1 '-, : :" .r-:J.f-. : ..: .' PBnIN : :' i .;

__ seems ,o .have '. ? tne looking ael fimenancLmide 1 : 'adespejale. Grl r+move ,,:.'ifollpwlng. j rLct. : :1'., or1'4" -' ,.:...;'. F'!'', J9"c ,ill- r txe. fltet'witieaaesaId' 'dis. .. :t ;.'

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... : '" ;"fr r3 a) the first dJ tit 7 1.I a: ,t at D.o. 4 .' lfi 1te 'e '" :a ai t !i\!.\, ; ,'c b r.W th.an inK,b..r',it :ever thus, before.f-U'": .with induced> less,1,paten even! ,aqe thffI i iI 1.JamS Innerarity,11J erjrit t4.:. '. '' .' I I ;

'i ', at ljt.pO,. f.OO""" J1j) .. ttYt'tbcid' U"IDgp.lOp rty; Hor'.>'G mtlc I beaeO[.,. : .I.. t! ,fl ,! I I co menc T !hYof such,an estabrisnment, surviving partnersof \

1" t brporatloo' Or r''e d aacola, for, axes ue' tAertoa.u p'fo tlie"Statror:' Decem 'f '1824 s' '(!1 lclt be.xel'WA .. 'the, undersigned 'finds" It'absolutely nee. ,. the firm. of John ,

a ,r a to",t fie kp 'cJ1.ber: .!bp' a J" r.'ia.le):rC"tia1 Cher rrtb a1lcosto a'I I chares t cessarytocallonhTsTriends: and fellow Forbes &'Co. assigneesof ,?; t
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such additional 1825.
-:-- -- --- citizens,fpr'. support i ,
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F1 zrow inr, prospects, jftl1e Territory may Nephew &'Co. .... i!

1 ; N AMES'FOWNERs'.. aDtscfuriIh. OF.PRQIE. ,Ta= for'' ;,Tailor .1 ., 10 p.erct.. Total. Am- 'L warrant him to expect. / I
,\ ._ .. .t-I ... 1O ". 1824. I ". The finfowntats'oftbe. Press. found it Millan dew la. ar'I, .

expedient 4o abandon the1 undertaking rera
r buderwn W.. P.Lats. Nu 25 ,onthe: Ifa;( .. .j before they had,completed the ,ptibhca- .
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217 .' j and in the hands pftheir ;OTItVE ,
tion ofavolnroe, _
tt. 1 !
::224. p-o ana r out
{ lingered one ye.lr'I_en
.. : l"e essol'l,1tJ HEREBY That '
I 305. GIVEN, a a itween be..
:+.:, : J..2arptnLot )10.46'' ubut I. 350. 350 35 '3:85 they also gave it up as a considered, profitless astonishing labor.t- IS the said parties is this day hutfi .

Boils, Thomas,. Lot No. 5, Pub.. square. '175 1, 15 1 V1'-2 1 92 It will noUherefore'be that : commenced our labors :i., tuted and a,writ of attachmenl'1SiUed '..
35 I 35 .3 1-2 38Bunker having the of
the
4I Bindle Calvin 1 en'No. 69 Suburbs : gainst property Defendant,
: JOIathan; I .ofh'0. 66Sar agosaat. 81 1-2 : 871-- 8 ,3 96 with ,a very small number, l pf Am subscribers of John Lee 'VilliaIll.'t.dttorpty

.. .Bodes, RobBJie.21ot ,No. 216 Romans at. 35 "fl : 35 3 1-2 38, ami an extremely limited ; -, ,
lknetilio-1.2 Lot' No. 106 Cuna at, r 81 1-4 !181 1-4 8' 89 advertising 'custom, our establishment far Prjfrm
":lulIntre'raln.uI'n7tJ"Ot'nUfnal1J.J: t;' .:' 1 75 t 1.15" 11 1.2 1 9w should need the'most efficient and warm : Pensacola ,March 25, l825-r3-flt. .
..Caulfield, James I'Lot No. .201 Romana at. 35 35 3 '1-n 08Cortes patronage of all those10 feel and acknowledge ""

Muia, 1.2'Lot 10. 93 Cuna It. 25 2S 2. 12 27 the importance., to the country, .FKESH

Caitin, Jose, 1 Lot, No. 12 Sail-agosa st. 72 1.2 2 45 t 17 1..2 31 3.4, ,3 49 of such an undertaking.]:
CflIantes, Frau. j Lot No.. 70 Gor't st. 58 14 87 1-2 45,3-4, 14 1-2I 1 60 The Editor, aware .of the discordant Goods.
CucUes, J..hn 1 Lot No. 1811ntendenciast .140 40 14 1 54 materials of which new communities are Spring

Cun uims, Alex. j Lo No. 26 on the Ifs}'. f : usually composed, and as there is but i
1.l Lot No. 325 }' Blanca 1 05 ,1 05 10 1 2 1 15 one press in this part of' the Territory, "'vilE Subscriber has received, per)late
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Chabaud, Juan Lc/Uhu. 20 has endeavored to maintain the strictest i I: 1 arrival: glom 'New-York and New.

29 on the Bay. impartiality in relation every hing calculated Orleans supply of Spring Goods, whicJi,

37 v\ to awaken the asperities of party. togethertwith'his former stock, make v

+r 781 I To expect to please all would be as preposterous complete :assortment, viz.

li 301 S Gov tit. 1. : as to endeavor to laslvthe wares 10 Packages Hardware viz
direction ;
100"; i into subjection or to control the
J have been Knives'and Forks .
10.. of the winds. Our columns ,
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t: ;. .' : 102 I I free: and open to useful discussion of e- Pen a.ml Pocket Knives, .

144 '. very. kind ; truth has. ,been. vim1atedand Iron Tiu n'd Table and Tea S p001ui
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I" 145 Cuna st. falsehood refuted, and where ve ourself Brittaiiia, do. do.

it '-"'.-__ 146 l II f may have been in error, it has always Gimb ets, Padlocks,Irpn Nob Lock,
; 147 : 4i been our desire to be corrected by others., Stock Locks, Chest &' Cupboard do.

; I 1 148' i! Whilst we with the utmost cheerfulness Screw Plates, Saws, Augers, CtLusel,

!i .149.. .. publish the productions of those who }'lIes,1lJami1lt'l"S] Cbfiee Mills,
;, : l 1\\ 35 Reding st. \ differ from us i in opinion we do not con:;; I Brassy wood and patent Cocks,

\, 20 Suburbs.j sider ourself deprived by our Editorial and a great' variety of other hardware &e..

1.2 Lot No. 24-3 Garden st. station, of the same common, privilege of 2 casts carpenter's. planes: ,

-- 2.3 of 220 arpens on Bayou Texar, 12 10 18'51' 1SO 61 6 33 67 expressing our sentiments, on subjects of 2 '' Carol.casks ina ho.cs, :.

: L Ceti allosI,Estate of i Lot No. 1 next Tivo1 1 \0 1 40 1.2/3/ 14 1 54 public moment. On the contrary we look 4 casks tin.ware, assorted,

.' a : Dupeltn Anbett 1 Lot No. 42 lteuing st. .2 1-2 52 5 1-4 58 upon it as one of our most imperative duties Jlluckkmith's i bellows, vices, asvilfy(

, 1 De\'llit, Fanny 1:4 Lot No. 6a Sal'ago st. ) 7') \\70 1 71 to advocate such measures as we conceive Sledge and band hammers,
t Bias, Antonio 1.2 Lot \o. 95 tuna st. ( 5< l-r 152 1..2 5 1.-4 58 the interest of our country demands Swedes Iron,

? De'is, 1ana 1.2 Lot No.1911h\lana lit. 1 22 1-:2: 1 ::22 1.2 12 1--4 135 us to defend, and to use our' humble endeavors Foolscap paper, wrapping do. .
I ,. + Ii ain.atio, Margk1'ita .., 1.;;; Luv't st. 7S '75 7 1..2 82 for the advancement of republican Bar ijead and Gunpowder.

4: lJa\'IIJohn LutsNo 66 Y I' principles, without regard to the aggrandizement 15 Cases Dry Goods viz
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a' 67 suburbs, I of individuals or 0 .
66 105 1 OS 1012 115 ofparty. Heady made clothing,

.? fk JonaJe,1fati1da 1 Lot No 329 Florida Blanca S5 35 3 1..2 38 There is now a prospect of mail-routes Doiuestic ticking, checks,

E'kins' Harvey 1 arpc No ;i8 Suburbs. 35 35 3 1..2 38 being' opened and Post-ofiices established Cambric muslins: :, chintz,
Flmll, John 11. 1.2 Lot No. 14J Inteudenciai I through; portions of our Territory where Fine .Madrass handkerchiefs,

i 1 Lot o. 171 ) st. 4 55 t. 55 45 1--2 5 00 settlements are forming distinguishedboth Fine_ silk flado.Fine '
14+i Folch, Anne 12 Lot No. 94 Cuna st. 1 OS 1 ,05 10 1.2 1 15 for intelligence and industry ; the cotton hose, do. half do.
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ti FustcrtaizatrtnlLotAo. 11 Sal".ig'osa st. 2 bO 2 80 28 S ip8 great body ,')f the people should become Frencji shawls, onaourgy,

'.r. ; ; Fads, Jusephille 1 Lot No. iSu iiteodencia st. 87 1.2 1 OS 1 1..2 19 1..4 2 12 acquainted with the conduct of those in Pins, yieeliesthread' ,

Falconer, John air ens No. ld : f2 office and the pretentious of those who Superb. gilt buttons, &.-.:.
'4 7 Suburbs. solicit their suffrages that such may be 10 cases black v, ool hats, \
48 105 105 101.2 1 15Fitzsimmons selected to represent them as best understand 1 do. vyhte do. .

; t;,,_ heirs of l their wants! and who Wiil reflect do. b
4 1.2 Lot No. 33111ntertdeIlCia.: \ the most credit on the country. For this children's morocco do.
A 1 Lot -\o. 3s 2 5 I i tit. 26 26 2 1-2 28 purpose, the Press, conducted with impartiality G trunks men's calfskin broguJ.ij:

., Gaumerins, Estate of i I and used with dignified calmness 1 do. Ladies Morocco; du.

,,, 1,2 Lot No. 243 Garden st. 2 66 1.2 1 2S 3 91 1-2 39 430r. and moderation, is a powerful in ALSO
'. ? ;, ".J Grand Pre Catlosde I \ strument. We live under a free government 100 barrels
? s Whiskey:
i j y k 1 Lot 1\0. 266 Gottit.. 14 35' 49 5 54 and to maintain our freedom, ,

Graham 4 arpell Maxaut's ra.nt. 10 10 1 77 knowledge; dust diffused.. No nation 25 barrels Flour,

V orman, Nancy i Lot No. 1311ntemlencla sty 1 85 1 85 18 1..2 2 OJHenrique withoi.t being enlightened has ever en- 2 hbcls. Sugar
heirs of I jojed the blessings of Lihert)'. Political

L1:q 1 Lot No. 23 on the Ua)'. -s 76 1 50 7 26 72 1..2 7 98 an t mural ignorance is the main stay of 30 bags Coffee. -

x'i .Jardeta, Jose 1 Lot No. 236 ( i 12$15 1- tyrant, and those who wish to support an K. H. Allen.
: Rorana st.
i' i tF, 1 16 .1-2 2 45 3 61 1..2 36 3 97 imperious government will alwavs endeavor 15 1825.Spring.
April ,
LosadaJuan M. de i to put down a free and independent -
I 1 Lot No. 10 Saragosa I st. Press ; but in our county, wnere nonesuch
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;,2 arpens 7,, : exist, a respectable and useful vehicle -Good
: of information fail to obtain $
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; "'"slsuburbs. general and liberal support.

3! ; a% 7 \ 58 14 2 80 :3 38 1.-4 S3 3.4 3 72 To those who are acquainted with our i'ONE & N1SBBT,

r; i t 1rtaubrun, Ettienne !I r I paper, it is unnecessary to say more, but AYE received
Ctalrtfeta
brig St.
::6 Lot No. 61 Sara sa st. 87 1-: .87 1.2 8 3..4 95 to those who are strangers to tiie coursewe U New-York per .
: '' Moreno John, estate of f I have pursued, we add a few words.- "
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merchandize containing
; i Lct No.']37 noJlen :st. 35 31 1-4 7 1-.2 7 1..4 79 We shall suffer no exertions of ours to be / L" packages
? handsome cf:
Min.l1a, Antonio 1 Lot No. 281 lllhli dd.neia: st. 87 1.2 2 80 3 6r 1-2 36 3-4 4 04 wanting, in ordertive to our patrons as a 1.tmet1t
and articles suited
)18)11, u. B. 1.2 Lot No. 1ST Inlendencia Ii\: 35 35 3 1..2 3d much information as the :limits: ot oar sheet fancy, viz staple to the season .

JL I 4 Maldonado, Perina ; I will permit, and in the selection of arti
Printed muslins various
1-2, L tNo. 93 Cunastr I 87 1--s ST 1-2 8 3-4 96 des for publication, we shall endeavor to qualities
44 London chintz
n .. 1ttaxant, 800 atrpens Casa Clanca. 8 40 8 40 84 9 24l'eHson omit nothing which. may be peculiar interest .'
&. Randolph I I to the friends of our Territory. Fancy prints, ci.f.uz shawls,

t-n 1-21.ot No. 38 lntenuellcia. st. 35 SS 3 1..2 38 Our Press shall never be prostituted to the Cambric handkerchiefs,
i'; -+] Ordoigoitte, Vincente heirs of purposes of falsehood l and defamation ; Itobe patterns, do. coloured flea \ .
ttf 1 Lot No.272 Intendencia st.r I and while we shall pay the strictest regardto Leno; book and: jact/uct mUlins.

: fit* ;,; t 1.2 Lut No.215 H..mana bt. 8 83 1:4 SS 9 18 1-4 91 3.-4 10 10 the feeling of individuals', so far as 9:8 and 6V4 cantbi'tcs,

p ; P2ao. Sc"rrmo 1 Lot\No.\ 1341ntendepcia st. 2 15 1 25 4 Ub 4U 4 40 our duty will permit, we shall always advocate Musiipalarn UandtercUiefe., ,
,, i' ; Itadaik, E. A. 1. Lot 'o. 46 U.dinK at 87 1- J7 1..2 8 3.4 96 the cause of virtue, morality, truth \\shawls hite and col'd merino & cassimen.
r 4 li Sir! + r Crro1 ne LotNo.157 Intendepcia st 5U 5 5 55 and justice, regardless of those who may ,
FI4i; ; ;; SildrSoloi.on 11.o XtJ. 391tedingst. 25 20 2 1..2 27 be implicated thereby. Silts scarfs, do. long shawls} RS30rtect
i ans, Pedro, 40 f et front : l \V. Haseli Hunt Coloured lace spa'rts end''k:

by 40 feet deep Lot No. 197 Itoniana'st. 10 i 1 1 7 71 Silk hose, white and cold bonleot'-
i Pensacola
;,. ,suarres, Madam b'ran'co. : March 7th, 1825. xravats,

i : 1 Lot No. 69 Government st. 2 22 1.2 1 40 3 6 1..2 36 1.4 S 99 CONDITIONS. Printed!=loP white Marseilles,
,stone, Daniel 1 Lot No. 160 Intenueiicia bt. I The PessACoLA (i ztTTi and WEST Blue and yellow; llke.<:ns,

1 Lot 1\0. 98 Cuna t.! 87 1..2 : 8 3-.4 69 'J.OI1IDA ADVERTISER is published every J I I Linea.lrilltng. with. cpl'a siht. i pre,
,, .}, StReubin Lots No. 105 87\1-2\ Saturday Five Dollur per annum. payable Imitation, doe

lU6 Cuna sty, 87 1.2 8T 1-.n. 8 3..4 96' invariably .n advance SlIsptulleFS"cotton cassiiuere ,
t Trre)+rosa, }t. 1 Lot 110. 153 Inten encia st. 25 2.) 2 1-2 27 AHVEIITISEMKXTS will be inserted at the 7-8 Irish Lawns,
Fl Tala, Madame 1 Lot No. 1211ntendcricia 5t. 46 1.2 1 75 2 21'' 1..2 22 2 43 rate of ewe Dollar for the first insertion of 7.8 and 4-4 Irisli 1 linens, in whole

,l VillalungaJotin! : Lot t'o. 324Itomana S1. 3S 35 3 1..2 3'r 8 every ive.ive anea or under ; each sub- h llf pieces,

1V'huteldmund: 1 Lot N,). 20 Public! S9'uare., 1 75 1 75 11-1..2 1 92 sequent insertion, Fifty (Jeut,. Merchants 54 Irish slieetings, linen damask

Vi'att 11'illiain, 1 arpen, 1121-2 1 111..4 1 24Ximen.c& t and others advertising by the year will 3.4 do. diaper linen tickings,
estate of 12\1..2\ 2 67 be liberally dealt with. All advertisements Lilies' cotton hose, assorted,

!' _f 1.2 Lo l\0.18 Government sti 1 73 ;70 2 43, 24 must be paid for on demand ; either White and' OiQ1o; red cotton haKibbed bosh;.
ti+ I I IP on leaving them for insertion or subsequently white, do.

: BENJAMIN WYMAN ,.at the option of the publisher.All Russia diaper, crush, &c. &c.
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."fsa.co 1 a, April 30th, 1825.--8-is. I; I! Collector contracts for advertising: by the year, 6 caa,-=S gentlemen's & boy'scastor bearer
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l .l:t) Lanl\. Ul \ &, L' :Hy the President--- of--the United:- -:::Slates.IN :- it i is hoped'that all who subscribe will 4iD INGentlemen'sfpd$TQP.&I

i- THE undersigned having pursuanc of law, 1 JAMES Mo N HOE. feel ,the necessity of a c mpJiance.with LaUea boots ,aui
1'I.1; ; r 'by an act of r8 and other President of the United States: do the above: conditions, as the paper cannotbe shoes::,assorted,

'I r proved: '3d Marclfl825.. to ex on the fiubli hereby declare and make known, that: a continued without punctuality on the Drown and bleached shirtings d
; i decide-on all i titles: and claims ] public sale wilj' be held at the Land Officeat part of the Proprietor o looks to his sheetings, ,

'\Vc--t h;fur .la, not heretofore who are W!it l TALLAUISSHR, in Florida, on the third patrons for the means of fulfilling! his,en. Plaids and stripes, checks, dovla

4 oil by the late Board of : s of the Unit

i : subjoct to the limitation; 'and' ; waste the following lands, viz :
on public SUPERIOR goods, stout for clo.bing,
mity with the provisions of that measures Township 1, B j?nth of Range 1, west of COURT and variety of other, negro .
dry goods.Superiorcld
tai Congress )heretofore passed enforcement f the Meridian line. Of the IJ'eaterrt..D; atic: of Florida. Madeira :
Wine inbottltsnk
ir ject, notify tlie claimant to. 'tatcs1n such cases' 1 and 2 north of Range 1 do do John Jnn rarity, JOalig
+ Madeira, Tenerifle and sweet
r tt. tht-irpresent session wilt Fractional3 do "S .
be f1 \ are. hercbv or do do do
' 4 } ', JahJ.cw'c, the, SVaf of Govern offences fcirtu.; Township 1, south; ,I, 2,S, 4, & 5, east;' John A.ifllin and f MAY TERM,, 1825. Wine I in.qr.casks.
11 a, thoie, wbp;liavr heretofore l '.1I be prosecute 1 and 2,north, l,2,345. Charles Mifflin, J \ JfND '

a vhicbh'ave not been decide' hc: law. Fractional}. township 31,2, 3, 4, & 5. NOTICE A good assortment. of Groceries.'

I .,'S q'lesied to exhibit: \ > 'the tc ti' at the, city ot 't'ape sale will commence'with the lowest HEREBY ApnlliUi.. 1825-_.
G1\YEN. -
'S port thereof at as early a P' )" of March 1825;'! nun.uhof section, township and IS t ween .the said That, a'suit be. Territviy,of H lodd. ,
if ticable ''and those who and in parties is instituted, Qvrr.
: have Graham. range proceed regular numerical and a writ. of County '
: will do '1t tjiny" ihne b'efdr : order.f The lands reserved by law for attachment has issued a. County of Escamhia,.}.
V II 'fcl Land Office. gawsttbe property ar.d credits the "
"c us truez.... the u.J of schools, or:other purposes; will "- : of Detendauts. October Term 182'ON '
I : 'f'v Su .lR: UY -tlj. be"excluded' .. from the sale. motion of'.Adam Gordon Esquire
I : I Given under my hand 'at the Jpjiri Lee Williams, Acting.Attocneyfor<< tlie Territory efFlorida

I' t if: 11. K. Call I"I.to."j; : I ,vil g. received an CitV' of Washington, the 26thttyy Att.'y. for i'I'JT. OBD.ElUip,'Tfet a'Rttlo.be ,co-1

;r F his name, which of J }nuary.1825.eO March. ,29th\ ,,l&346tC ,. tered against the debiting! Grand w&' .
April, 2Sibt. 1825r>8>. ..lPvIf :utlons.all persons, .. :, James. iinnuoe.Cy -, :" Petit Juror, to:appear at, the next tern oT
[ purporting to. be ; thejprcsidc' t, : otl ee Preserves. : this Court,and shew 'cause, if any: the, ,
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a 41" ., ., !. ; d, -to 'exainirie- G O. GU. HAM.of .. \. 1 00. B*P. **& Havana Cottec' ,,said. they 'tbeC;; >* .
Js1 default 11' 't6rottJ Juror
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r ; S Office, preserves, assorted, iii ,the sum.of;'FifteenEoUarstvxh, K1.e. :.
1 f ceive the esfor each box ; :
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