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Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: May 14, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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: LawsofthetlnitedStates. L in the sante manner as is provided : -
.. :. ment and license, as the case f .e 'w '. ,.
frllviflS at tie Stat of Government ::: by law for ihf transfer of the stock be, shall be taken out for' may ttse' aI kk !::' r the. ;; itec ,l : ,:'. '

of Florida, subscribed, apd !\tte6t to redemp tran .!'oat, or vessel' such I States, during the: ."I late war h : 'J $ J.rfi

A Weekly News-Paper, tion, at the pleasure' of the_,United Sec. 4. And be itjurthcr GreatBrjgj-. > 4 './ \
enacted :. ,
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States follows : 4nd'btjtfzmhtr'enac .
S TO.BE ENTITLED TUP.Jj as : one half at any That .:* *

yOyil1nte: \ i ,\\e. 1:' time after the thirty-first day of gisteror previously' enrolment to granting and license re-' .d,' T.h t, In \ t f p; g.:iher:at .

the December, one thousand eight for mount;>>" : r.1"t. tl;. as: aforesaid i." '' '. >'k> "
soliciting of any steam-boat '
; patronage a generous vessel : "
owned ue to,the State :of :
public( ) the laudable design 'ofiffusng hundred & twenty eight, & the remainder : by anyCornpany.tbe President Virgfniavthe'following 'r .
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tocal 1 and.general! intelligence at time after'the r'... .
: ajnongthc any ,31st I or Secretary of ,such, uwwaVW%&
citizens of this 3 Otlhg and foujhiagTeTtUrY day of Dec. *iq the year one thou shall swear Company a5Qpplkabtoandgbyej.jjflg the:
4 or affirm ,
; the fritters as to.the .
: feel thlt. sand hundred cabiJwiv2Fji'si, Tharti
eight aid *
and embarrassment which :11.1r1fS twenty- ownership. of such stram-no"__ ___.. shall ,.
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: Provided, That\\ no icimbursement 1 vessel -- '--- .1 aWI'a' ,
attend the! commencement of by such Company without'
e. the termination of which! e.crytn1erpri is involved 11 IT1 U'l'H 0 fllTY. shin be madp, except designating the of, .wh.TirginJa'hasr: oY ;t fde ... ; (
names
the per-M for
theust .
in the uncertainties of f for the whole of ad benefti rt "u it: :j'.o '
ltmitr.Yet An act authorizing Secretary of the amount \uch new sons composing' such ; ; f
feeling soPcilcv.is to he useful to the Treasury to borrow a sum not exceeding certificate, Jioij until after.at least oath Company ;- ,twhich -States, ds"etldehced by ih'aa.' ..?44pmnuntr ,
community, they mail themselves of the twelve or affirmation hall. be e f nd'ed' &iejmid ;
millions dollars, or to ex- six months' public flOtiCof such deemed to vfr.ginia :
present auspicious pci ii'd, in the infancy cnange a stock of four and one half per ':intended reimbursement. 'sufficient,' without requi-j\\ I by the ..UnitedStatesSe.r.cond : "
of* new and growing1 country, to bolicit ce.it. for a certain.stock bearing an interest And it ring the oath or affirmation of a- That :
no : iiierest sA11 f
the patronaire: !! and support tftit" citizens of six per cent. shall be the duty of the Secretary\ ny other person interested '. bet": : .jlft '.

-cf the interior, and of\vhich if has not p'&id inleresi r'i:
ut'l.ty pro.jcriyconducted ; House transferred: to .the f Thirift
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of ( reaentat vea of the respective subscribers sel. .
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no one ,\ill be disposed} to I That'wherr the'principal lt.er
United States of America in Con- the several sum bf them Sec. 5. And or any -
be
it
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question.The enacted of
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p been
of this I' aasembled That subscribed, beyond the amount of That paid rr: fUnd- rr ..
resources delightful section gfes the President before granting a register e d by ihe UnIted .
cf the country, its co\ tipiiy; to the Gulf;: of the 'United States be, and the certificates pf four and oie half for any steam-boat or vessel lac d States, ur'noney: i: 7 .
Mexico and to a fi'uhai't of' percent. stock issued so pl, In the hands_ 'of Vir ini fur- : .
to
country j I Iteorgii he i is herel>yauthorizetl borrow. than re* owned by 1 ,
I' any incorporated that -:
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asalsoitsceotr.il Mlnut'ion company 'pul"pose, the :inter '
$ nf" stonthe.
spectively. ) #
before
the first '
og or day of January the .
President
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spire the phasing} expectation: that it will I or Secretary sum ruJ'l 8.ums. "'
: sop.dot.r.cwIIed!: .7-: ;
become a place of consuleruhle' impor-i'' nexton the crrdiiufthe United Sec. 5. And be further enacted thereof, shall swea.*."--'-**?-_"---r ;-42:.

tmcea* well as lht centre of rd hen ent I States, a sum: not exceeding twelve Fhat the same 'funds:: which have* loincuestol_ his knowledge and i as charge ble to theUnidS'iastny t-{

an" 'cie1ce in Florida. I Ji mili'ions of dollars, at a rate of in- heretofore been, and now are belief,no part of such.steam boat a 1ongerthn up ,to' th.'t me Of'hirepament'asaforesaid J#: t

The: f_niKi IXIEI wor-rcm is dc'sil"n-I| |it-rest: payable quarterly, not ex- pledged by lawlfor the psyment of or vessel has been, or is then'own- t ,;....._,
rl1 to be 3 vehicle! of l l"?c .n' i by foreigner or foreigners. further enact- !: ., t
four the any
j I cceditij; and one halfpr c''nj interest, and for the redemp-
fonla1jnn.:1.1 "
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: acoisMe: tQ a'I 1 pers.n.s, J Jvho March 3 1825. d 'fhat' tile .'
lmsix thin and Approved 11T amount of the' inter- :i .
:'}iy bede(:'rous cf disc'icitn topics j turn pr a..n millions whereof reimbursement; of the ..\ '."
of a public! mure, or of C..IJMUIlic:&t nK rcimburvable! at the pleasure of stock which mal ty! redeemed or est, when,ascertained 1s a1oreaicl f ; .. t c Jhallbepid

scientific res.c-archf; :.:1'l 1U :n-y essays. the Govrrnn.jfnl, at any time after reimbursed by yirtit of the provi- An act to establish the city Hudson and s ; outof'any'nionryin' ,I: ;; l.' \
:But afl! personal and nutd'-tvis tin I the city of Troy, in the State of New.' t heTreasuty not otherwise .' .
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putation, .
sions S
the ,
of :
of :
even' diversity (>f attack on private charictrr ; thiny-first: day December, this jacti, ball remain York; Uow'doinham, in the State of iproriaIed. : _..
bluli be suppressed. 111h year Vijjlueen hundred and pledged in like manner for the Maine, and Fairport, in the State of Ohio I) :J. '!::

This paper is not; to he devoted to any. I tvcnty-eight .. and six nifliions at payment of th? interest accruingon ports of' delivery, and to abolish Approved Iarch. d. 1825.. .." t:::.. :\.t.
Ti&t: -& t, .. '
ir.an orb the I| time after the the stock Topsham a port of delivery.Be ,. '
sui\e lurnogfrs oft fartwn 1 any thirty-first day cieatcl by reason of <:,o-' ..
to: 'fauU uiu' t>r ilt-i/ivciate :.lI lhel'- !j ol' December, in the year cjghkcn1tJUdt.1 such sub cri'1tifln: aid. for the redemption it enacted by the Senate and .- .I1flSC..- LLJl.\"Y.: ,1, : .....;. j
The feelings; of even. mdMtlual; from the I> House .
of Rcfiresentatives the y
humblest to the most e\:litt"1, should be :J| tl and t'\'I nty-uiue, to be or reimbursement of the of J'rDm, tlle.A. Y.Ja4on.1 :AdTo ate. i iI

\ inviolate; uadsecure.. And the Pie!.s, !i ivliile P1.rt'd) i iu addition to the moneys principal of the same. And it bulled States of America in' Congress I Another Canal-.The.subject of :. I

tindrr our control, shall in- tr helderailed which may be in the Treasury! at shall be the duty of ihe Commissioners assembled, That, the city of canals appears 10 e a neveNendng -. ;'";' ,

to the sacrilegious: purj.o.-c; of J the time ol (borrowing same, to of the Sinking Fund, to Hudson, and the city of Troy, in i nc-in' relati( n 'to' tne UQ ted.. : .....
invading nor.i) } and religious sentiments; :j I off( und such cause to be the State of New-York; Bowdoin- : \ '
"diverted pay discharge pan applied) and ,paid, out S..aies. The more ve.look at 'the : :
or to an engine oftionv: \
.1.!
:> ..ofthe six per cent stock of thi of the said fund and ham, in the district of Bath, in the and 'the '
cort1aI1l1inkl't'aldi.>se'.ition.: Jt'ii'Ui\"ks.} ) yearly, everyyear map .see facility and. add .

Villbe lit,>u:>l.j.trtvhiJe: the d.tj;1 ci'.ucji ;; Unuccl Slates: of the year one such sum lud sums as may State of Maine, and Fairport, in ). 'age.of uniting the gre.at.n.avi- .f .." .'..

rccrimina.i'ius (parties, as far as pus. j; ilrousand eight hundred and thir- be: annually' required to dischargethe the district -Cuyahoga, in the gable. waters and forming a ": '

Bible' will he avoided. J ten, as may be redeemable afterthe interest accruing I on the stock Stale of Ohio, be, and the. same' fect chaIn ot? Inland communlca-. per"t. :< _

immediately The pivss r.type :and paper, \vill!I be J first day of January next. which may be created by virtue of are hereby, severally, made a port t ion from Malue to 'Lonisiamia, the ) "
nv yed to j ,
TaUaljAb&ee! I S-c. 2. dutl be it further this act. The of delivery. ,. ;
(where one uft t' JI'HJ no* reside ,) and enacted I said Commissioners more we are con'lnce4 tiat. 'the. I
the publication of LIe: paper connienced, :Tha it shall be lawful for the are also hereby authorized to I tSec. 2. And be it further enacted,p project will, he authorized and, : -J'
asfijonasasullicjent number: ofsubscri- I Dank of the Unred States lend from time That the port of delivery established .
to apply, to time, such sum I c() pleted. k thernonthofSepi. .. -: .- -- -
:
.bers reeled are O.will t.\lI1f.'d. wiiiclut is hnptfl..and, the said sujnor: any part thereof; and ::sun IS out of he said fund, as at Topshamin the. State' ola64iwsa'j. r ..mbinurl-t....1.. .l"nnfQ. Ii_. '- -- >.
Lciu .
thr I '
_monta.._, of 1C : tIt > re- tween Lake.Erie and the. Hudson. .. '
Lz..jaa ihat i i; *1iafrG tTi>eptireh agootfexc: \:lTTnJb" $ pu'rcuase or by March 3d 1825. ; '

The FLORIDA I.NTt-LLiut.vcER will be cution of the said power to borrow I imburseineru, in cooformiiy' with: Approved The firs.l b n' auth riz-t.d,. by the .' i;.' ,

published on a large royal slieet at Five for the Secretary of the Treasury the provisions of this act, the An act to authoriz the building often State oihiotocorpplt1e a'gratuI. 0 ::. :
1) lIars per &nnint, j jmy'ole in advance. principal of tne \ said stock and I : camiJ p.f ZOO miles tu unte. wi h. : ''
of and for other :
It is necefs.-iry that this; rule be invariuily with the, approbation of the' ; sloops war, purposes. ; ". ;

compl.Ctl; vith, and it is hoped, that all President of te" United States, to .such part of the nnual sum of ten the wat of"L..ke, Eriehagbeen'*.. .:;.. '

Trtio S gn. will consi'ier its iniportai.ee. I cause to be: constituted certificates millions of dollar' vested by law r .n e it enacted, by the Senate and !Iakenup in, this. city. The next. .,.' ;: ;

Advertisements will*bc inserted at ojie$ j jdcllur j of: :stuck, signedw the Register in the said Commissioners, as may House of Representatives of the In ,order! JS:: yal alik cjta1.of.! .. .. \.. ..

for tne first under publication each of every of the Treasury, or by a Commis- he necessary and' requred for toe United 'States of America in Congress about :nlnety. miles, to.. UDlle..the ;,
twctveiflC or subsequent '
insertion lifu Cf'its. rioner of Loans, for the whole. or above purposes, hall! :be and con assembled, That the .President i Illinois ivr 'with LNjichigaiTheSa1.e.oL1llThbi : .

Any person: subscribing1!; and paying; for any part thereof, bearing an interest tinue appropriated to the paymeni of the United States be, and t : fas, :atiuio.zed'thervey'and '- : ,. .

five copies,:-htila: c elvettIe' sixth bf".ltis.1 I nut rxcteldmg four and. one of interest and redemption' of the he is hereby, authorizedto, cause' ', : tie r'eport .' ,, .,
K-htors arc requested;; to in debt until' ;. ( rtll.. :G r lJA.saion.ers-.has -been' ( '
1. half per ct'ntum: per annum, (tans pub'.ic ( the whole of the to be builtin addition to the. present .: ,," ,
Prospectus in their. respective papers, and\ :!' ferable and reimbursable as aforeI stock which mbt\ created under naval force oT't e ,United niade7'I'tte1tllnOiS'tiVer'13! -a..fine, ., ; ". ;:.
assist UMI
. to obtaining Ourfrieads '
patronage
j iMiiulix_ will confer a l'.i\or l h\ II I, :said: and to cause the said cer ifi. the provisions.o this act, shall States, a number or'sloopsof, bol treal. t' ith geDiI u'rre !, :, 't! .01

rorU' lrdllri the I iiaiues subscribers: without i ca'es to be sod| : Provided, That have been redeemed or reimburs I. not exceeding, to carry)hot less and -rrm tbe-'head 'wters ormat ; .

dclav. I no block be sold under ed. than twenty guns each, of such description river to-Lakir.1itchig ;tl e.' rour d' -' J.f
par.S -
Gordon, Oranejs Co. c. ;3. did\bf\ it further enacted, t Sec. 2. And be it further. enacted, and: weight 01 metal u S IS lel, .1 iidbfivorabLe.: :Several. : l Jrouttsnayetieen

.. J. : 'Panacea.- ?he President .may direct. ,,;, and. pr osed, an .t e : .;; .' IN
: ThaLa tubscription to the arnounof That nothing in this act snail beconstrued cdst' ii ttthuIid. t'a '. ..
that the sum of five Bundred thousand aggregate -
I;I.tll E 8ubj oTil erhuvin -discovered twelve millions of 'J {
> > ;; theEM clolUrs, of tljr; in any wise to alter, abridge ;
l
I composition uf fiato'ine's ce'cfa'atcd d lfars.b. ,and .theshrne I isher.eby bout 7'oYoOO.1hiscanalLs:. l.'.% : .. i f
six cent stock of the or impair; ihe those '
l; per yeari'eiirht right chain ofouyGr nd Canalby" f fits
J'ujuicfoIH: noa supply; Oft hu.nt f' ; .appropriated, forthe. aforesaiti so.a ;
salt*. He ha* reduced the mice from | -&-n hundred and thirteen* bt creditors of the United States, who I or tIpflifltr. ihimrrt1i.1nf trsde in.Lake _. .
ontY -
5to, & 2'.SO, or by the dozen g'24.Ail Jland I the same is hereby proposed ; snail not subscribe' the loan to. in the.I purpose Treasurynot put, otherwise any '.'Micnigan! from. thence :tO"': : ." _. I I :

Stales' cnariaue and the; iuaitiiiHiisntie will be United I for which purpose! b.'oks shall be :>e opened by yIn .e of this act. .? appropriated.. I ., LakeErie and New York, 'giving A'., l.. ...%.

poor suppUd b--a> cIC opened at 'Tiesury of the' U- II. CLAY, Sec. Z.-Andbe further 4 enacted us ,,a'" glear' water cbmmumcatioii.from .' ; ; ; '. f

tlsJ'f the t citizens cf the principal chics! and I n tted Stales, :and at the sevl raJloan' Speaker of the House of Representatives... That the President of the United this city to'the,State. ifI11i'. : J .' .
will I l offices;uh the first day of A- JOHN towns ,
.
appon.i, sn :' t. distribute this nlel1JC'.n I .l neat, to coii'inue: until President the enate nois.Thereis ; : ', .! "
be totn poor it will pi open pro tempore. to cmuse.to be'sold.at such : howeverrano'iher: "'atcL',:; : :.,;:-- '. r 0' '... -

This supplied.Medicine-is celebrated for the tne for firs such: day of October of the tuereafter Washington, March* d, 1825 : Approved. time, aud:' in such manner, as he I a most important dual ..requiredin ;*.. ". '. !:"J'" ,.:

cure of the following-discuses; .-ScrohiUor parts abovemenlioued JAMES I MONUOE.,, .*"' shall judge best for the public : that'rich andmostvaauablebut', .. ,. r" ; .
description of .stock, as FJor Af 1*... V-- -; '
evil' ulcerated da. i. >1t
King's neglected.Tirritoryi
('r putrid sore whole
interest ihe of.ihe
: or a part a .
t ro t,1ol1g standing1 riicurtutic: : affections, :stuUti: = ,the ilay of subscription, An act to authorize the Register of Enrolment vessels which were purchased un- Canal to unite*. the, waters of the '.. -j.j.v j.i t ". '.<.',
cutaneous: diseases white and Stand on"the books ol the Treasury *, :: i'
swelling ( aico *
with Atlantic
and License to be issued in It"rhe authority of ,the Ce n Gulf of M dueucs of the bones and all cases gene and on those of the several loan } ... : '
the the'rpresidcnt Vacassar in :
of Bay the
tall name or Secretaryofany tied ''All act authorizing an' additional .b ginni'niit ,
; ) of an ulcerous: character, and cliro- oifi .es, respectively\ which subsciipjon :, ;' ; '
diseases, generally arising debilitated ; incorporate Company, owning, naval force for' the- suppression GuIfand. 'trrhiitiflki! the"St ...1\

constitutions, but more cspecuil) shall be effected by atransfer a steam-boat or vessel.Beit 'of' piracy;" ,also 1 the J dh 's iver, oz"at.st: l\t' ')Js-' .: i .i i ...
from syphilis, or .affection arising there! to the United Stales, inthl. enacted'' f distance' the 'isth' !I'
thr .ac
'Senate and
by .whole of_ the public vessels upon, ftfW ww ; : ,
from, ulcers in the larynx, nodes, &c. manner provided by law for I House is about' miles Jancl'"f j "
of Representatives if the. Lake Erie, Ontario, & Champlain, mus 'ninety : ;
And that dreadful disease .
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occasioned surh transfers of i' ,
by a the creditorcreti1 .
long and excessive use of mercury, owC, United States America in Con: except the ships ,of the line. New from Vignoles 'mapnow before/:-,' .":." .?.!, ..c IL

'It i.. alSO useful in.diseases of he "\,,:. ( standing on the said books, gref assembled, That, enrolments \Orleans and Chippewa: ..now on :us, therefareHwo 'rou e i for: the'ca '-;4: ';'i'<';"f' :r

CER TIPI C.I TL'S. and by a' surrender of the certificates and licenses for str tn-boats' or the stocks, under cover at Sack- nal, 'one of which ill1"e.quit n'r: : tT r jr .

I have, within the last two ears, hld"Oppo11.Ulaity .of.i he stuck so subscribed. vessels, owned by any incorporat- ett's ,Haibor. ly i.ghteeDmUe ,of,canal, ,andihe: .coilier ,;: -*/"; -i"' .
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of:seeing s cnil ca-e Uf t tinveterate ?rovidedThz\\ all subscription by ". .. Ttie ) .;' */- :- ..
. ed companyay be issued, in the Sec. .3. And be it further,cnact- about ,twelve miles '\ -:' '

l.erT ed previously ulcers the,,.:regular wiici.h] modes:\i'injj re-.ufrti.trucnt I transfer of stock. shall$ be',consider. name, of the Presi'dent or'SecretaVry ed, THat" the" proceeds* '*"of" such i firsthand: m .t' approved. route'\': .;1<:<:,. ". >! i

\ ed as part of'he: said twelve ntl- of ditch .' in Vacassar Buy, ';' T'whichhbolcLafld '''f .....
;
commences .
were healed by the!JbC: of Mr Company ; and that such sales shall be 'applied under the ..
SWaim'd panucta, and I do; belitLve, from lions ufdollas, authorized to be .enrolments l .and li censes shall" ,not direction of the President of the : .spacious,, .and'- > no'r" : .t., :
Wall have seen, that it will a.portant borrowed by the first section' this be racaled affording a: good' barorandaw. : : .'' r.t
prove '' a affected by'a sale\of United States to. the repairs: and I ., .;
ttcurial diseases.remedy in scrcfulus, venerial &. 4Cl. t. any' share or shares) of any, stock building of sloops of :waitv-which. 'cborage jn: LnI5..Day'qJc .fl.er.;' -. .

Sec. 4. .,Jlndbt.it further. enacted,' .ho.der or stockholders, in such have been maY'be', authorizedobebuilU i Su wan nee, '.empties,Jn'w'Hlch:' .tile,
N. CHAPMAN. M: U: Ii or ,:.
I. PrDleuor i f'C That>. for:ttie whole or.anY'Ia.rtof, Company. I '- *'< --. '- -' I a'Yig don ;can. (rCeJy. pusl :l. ;
oft/It:mitigate B cULt!P"'( rtIC! \ ,
1-1.1") ; in the Univeriu: (Jf J' 1l11:91t'alucJ any sum, which) shall be. thus subscribed ,Sec. 2.,And be it further enacted, Ahrovea%. March 3,'182 until branches' ihlo' the Santa/.Fe' #

''haye. employed the. IUflflXa of lr.'nun J credits shall be-entered to That registers for.steam-boats or : "" "-; tit -from thence. int..9ta.'Qge'' : Lake, I

an numerous instances, wtlu.'i the tiie respective; subscribers who vessels att: : across the ;Alacbua Tract.into Orange .
..three ,. owned'by any lincorporated ufborlzing the pm of1nfjest .,
years, and have alw&ya found inefficacious shall tie' Sbk 2: ..Creek from thence into,tb'o
. mely entitird to'a, ,certificate or. company, may be.issued lathe r4uc.to.'tbc fY rii l ; ,

. $ and. mercunal, esjicciaiiy d.sease.in" seconyphiiis 1 have.. certificates. purporting tliat. .the name of the Preii4e4or Secretary_ I,;, \ .w enacted? 'by 1 l; :1etiaEPfld Ocklawaha: and'St. .Johns... ,' ...,' *'

.,. t&o:"'. $&?Uonih pronouncing it a: medlcinel United States owe. to the 'liolder.or of such Company and'thut, % such House: ofaccounting. Rcftrcaetita1he&1th&: : : The .cnaiance; :of: canalling{ 'or _

tIm1eva1ue., .1 holders' thereof. his, heror J ] registers shall 'uc4 .I.be<< racated\ :or I Vnlttd8tatia''o'r: -IIInCTiCC In Con.aazaezzbied -. rjabe/ln):UDiling' the: ibovruan: -:';; .1 _

; w. GIBSON, .M.D.- their assigns,i. sum, to, be expressed affected by.a. .sale !of anjr:ihare,.or iirt ,:'Thitter0PeT: gabe| rivers by the+ :foregoingrputeyUs ., -;J_. _

:, forfStnetv.* in the Uidverrity 'tbereineqdai: ; to the.,amount, of shares, ,of any stohol4etr5tOCk: ..o. <<:ra.o Jh ", : said .to be|:bqt '' twelveBileti ; ______
l' _
'. '; SlilKN/CAowrt.of I'tMityfoaiiiJOHN the principarslock .thus .,aubscnb- holders in such;Company; *' ep.arl e lflbei.ali; :tle,. ire:1: Ji _t .-, ; The: other IrbHte 'cojnraeBce :. ;.
1n. .
,.
:,,.I : 1rudt1p Feb. 17, 23lmam:" ly ed, 'bearing .interest not'exceeding :.Src.\ ....4nd be it further enacted)r D1,'authorized."aDJda ct'etf.o Ii .&iiheAndqteKeysiathffthe .
'
,;.;Ba Voruj t aS'niith and Peawll'i .JI 'four' and one. hall! per centum: That, upon the de ath i removal, orregignatibn :qumdatetand( settle.>itlter %tiTfn, of Gulf,.ad'eters, 'Axurii4 '" ..

9tfThirdand Market Streets. ;'- : Yirki i ; ,$tl theUnited frotbnce: :;ithI3Ockt&Jahaino \ :-: ?SO{
.
payable
I .Pub1iher per annum, :quarterly' of the President or Secretary thtf Statetpf: ag w ,.. "1. .
.. or& newopa'erinttie U. 'interest \ :.te).S3Ok( ; ls ; : 0J: t '
for :
December :
b.te. from the: thirfy-fint\ day.of.. qtany: :incorporated'com- :.States, upon i "
as -.V.4V
: .l--
requested .
. ad to pubJj-b, wi. .: > = <> >rflpanyi ;aboii'ei 'bttd r r;car -J "
,. e and. ts.e !
; ,eight hunfdrcd ; owwim ieam-poat or loans;or money s.borrowed : .aclually '
I mentonc: a for ,/onerfth6usandt: ( .:. ny;' : ( '
.4 month one ycr, ---V ?' t : Mon : 1
< w
lena xbcrfiwt
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** ". :: iti\f "b..l :- : 1thteckT1O11, andf 1opmecP'a :i ; brick..and'nearly.al- ; : :" ,, 'of ,
ihr ; 1i'r. : -!we betterTeeUing turn, or apple-jack per dozen '
: 94 l i under be I boyed ; :;.lfiabl1t0i5ir9rti0n5' -S ,Ttiejce; w. rather a r- .
t1 : ;; j-..** .':." $ lir.\ I I"a Wt''jarg ndt '.the' nrarketesttrdpy.; : Today the privite&et;; !pr single onevgetting" of '
"f"tIiYr.J: ott-\ J4 ttar: dlitb m JJJ 11f; I\\1 w.h' .Iof e e \ in glbridusty'corweffpay
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c e riil1. .
"demand Qt
3' te % dtrcc, : the : .
'a o i( '
,* *'<- <> rJ .pu"If. iq44n .t. drt : i sales e'xiennive -Now 1 say, the candiail

:' : *:' -". 'G't i'i!'d 'aclul. :fr rr) """, '' ,.. -,_..? _...itf'and'pro1) b1y.blood stop rh'e',' niOUflt of taxable propertyn animated, and to 10ooo.bags'are'sujpo.sed the ) who woul4_resort_ to such denpV. ,
the
Is from BOOt
.. Let, u, for a moment_ contemplate pingthecirculatiouof the' State of- New-York; sold at an advance I cable means 'to aid his election- ;
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the importanCe.and.. value_ of occasioned_ apoplexy. -AC York:, In t818tlcSLatP1uXYaW0 to have the act that '' r"
:,; S275,74b,636. previous rates of about proves by very he i$
b .. ::. ;;!:: this simple, a'i4.f ci1eproject. Statesman.TjfeyEnplfeh. .miLl;in a oBincetha ; :upon lower qual undeserving public f\spec.lalul

t t : from St. Mary's r4ne1Ia! ) Island : have, set, E6p'5Fable 1 : period: c+ >,has been, re"duced l-4d,: per pound on }ht ,l-2d in confidence. 'If it were possibly
and fully
'
the distance I toi bIICi"tt&e': :Amri4An5have -dollar ities of Uplands,
: ::.. to Torvugas, t haifa mill on ; Orleans and (and God forbid: 'it should_ Jj .n
... -
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.,. be less, than'450 or,500niiles.andaflcc achant for the Multiplication ? the greatincrease the better sprth. be. "
I !
cannot and it is expected that hat there could as ln 1tip.
..: boast of having t babrrn similarly
Liavingdob1ed Table,the. French the canals Tennessees .
: ( of-Hevenue from and runisucUers. in a. .
: have also piers :
the turneM their Code Jiraflolconinto affected.. St-a .Islands. : cotjnty
Florida Tveyatf' it is nearly) same few .render! aState selling :
; !
.
wilin I a years scarcity, capable : pr' glorp'birih.rightfOl'
S achieved from their
distance to VacussrUay..Ana'' 'i'ebuta German, has unnecessary.A Into advanced, but I of eroeV
u'ghass
: '
w
tax > easilyascertained. ..as
still "oDd'e.rful.lte' is not so
amount
61ion vherefpret l .nearly fiOttjiiiliK something more tne exact election
I. ",I closed : would carrtbe., of a,can-'
but set The market
versified .
always the. ; most difficult has ,not only 1"1111'lfi-X. the'senseof :
i ] didate against the sober '
JuitiuianCcdeouJJaw.iid j i
the
prevalence
f J'avurdecl. by a to music. .the. whole firmly. From
, S and dan crous, is : _____ very pari of: the community, all I
what iwore.absurd, Journal. the continued
sriort of.l2mii Flo J'rJn& tIle National orEaslerlyind imports
cunal (a>cro&> : he be
is might their
view.Thetjjie. can say representative
'q' t written. with a acrious .1yrca.-Accounts
? ,thusomitinijiJM rirvers it is1 From Bu n(1 moderate.
ndby
I. rda| ; : but
,S i- ;of' tHat c upiryrthe.trade: i$ :;' | of 'this nonsensical! prodUction from Buenos Ayre*, Deceived at P. S.-March 24.r' A numberof certainly never
L should'be mine.
v:!.."....it'tii'St. lvarvH or "Amelia is, Komitch. Juristicnes Boston i.o' the 24ih Jiin. state, that the trade are in the market
: IJI ""U6" -"" 'l"I' Lei/tzig, 1824 Every vas in luJure to but it is too early BUCKSKIN.
Island, wlwire ships'o :any draughtof -' Ge-sangGuch. ilwcoUf. idericy this morning yet S

.repair. ,\ !;r. Abstract of the decisions rnad'by
; for instance of South America of brisk
and xjtjier'prpducis-af: Louisiana is set; to x popular melody ; United ] 'rjnit": however'indications a .

S sugar,'and. ,Al..tKin>at>' )af a short ; the rights of poisons to ," a id l 'hat ;iw (iencral Go- demand, which will probably tend the, Secretary claims of he Treasury,
to
the
.I in' t tie; Gulf of 14 Lifelet us c/ieri&h. vfrmm'ijt fan '0 be invi-s'ed withpWC1'S to advance prices. upon reported him
.bbjtvnaviKaiiun of .
& .!r 'Mexico: into Vacass'aFBay-and: in A; chemical) process has lately iuiilarto tho e. ctmfern-d 5' Prom Burno yre-\Ve learn,I by the Judge the Superior

\ dajs are transported,>'by ca- I been discovered, by which hogs' on the .:jttt-aidi-Jit of te, ,Uniu'd'Statl's. by the arrival of the Liverpool Court al Pensacola, undertheAct
three Cd of March Ib23, emitleil!
of ,
uf the the
: conveicdjiito an article 'The celebratIon that the British S
lal'dcl1n be Boston
Trader
|
nul boats to they mouth .uf. :the .St. at into effect the
and moulding of the National Congress h an act to carry 9"ifc
JOhu'3J''er" or'St Mary's where I for dipping insahlatPlI Consul General at Buenos Ayrts I
:. I Russian tal I had been au- the article of l the treaty concluded be-
, vessels are Availing. candles, superior to atthe capital, (Woodbine Parish, Esq.) on United States and
stiike I'JVVheu prepaied accouhingtothis horizedby ihe governors of the 28th of Jan. officially announcedto tw'en.tlae Spai"
It immediately everyptl.op "
: interested, as, one of the plan, it is white like waxor provinc, who had issued proclanationjbxprebive the General congress, then in I the 22d day ot February, 1819Balthazar ..

The candles made of their warm authorized Centcno, ,approved ,
that he was
spermaceti session -
xiiost easy, CLt'Z1), and/advantagt-' ; value of the and 'ft;..
ever attempted of it burn with superioi light approbjaon: of this great event.Tne .- to conclude a commercial tft'at1, fur t c negro ,.
: ous projects ierred to the comptroller that'anaccount ,
: flame of the puresigas. of Fern nad been I Provinces. His: S
.)LiU. ,!hnHpn_ the_ vo'areto: NeSv-' resembling a o. i:, literanon with the United settled.
r **u -- 0-- *J I be -:
: j altogether voiu 01the celt'vrtr1d Buenos Ayres with received in may '1
Orleans::it will curtail the dangers They at :ommunication '
smell and trauoi of joy. On and John Innerarity, not eajbracei"(
offensive greasy ,
manner
S uf navigation, 'aiid be a protection every 4ejnonp !the most flattering .
,.t.. .. Pirates-r-it will touch of other candles, and when the 19ih: and( 20th January, Senor Mr. Secretary Garcia, was nominated by ihe treaty. *!

j 4 .t. --S against e. mt ....tno.onH. ini. hun.ineinlhe closest apartment, PeneyiajSoldre 1 i and 1lr.V sn- to treat with Mr. Parish on Peter Ama, Scnr. not ernbraced'b T ;
pltt-rance Honda, ana! J Jiie aten. \ no smell ana emu: mi a..-t. *Hv. ingtoii Slocum arrived ; the former the S \ the 1 ireaty.'Eugenio .
subject.
I
'ion,of Government should be Raleigh ftrgiater.Mtdical commercial : Lavallet, not embraced
S. as cut.su:, a* ling All was quiet at Buenos Ayres,

k: : S ;s inline d'utdy diiecud to thai quarter Prizr Question*.-The agent for Brazil,I, arid the latter as on the 1st of February. The rejoicing by the: treaty.J9stpL' '
and to thai project Medical Soriety 01'iH' Slate of Maura not embraced
consul of.l hi U-vd( States.NkAVtfcitiCt for Bolivar's great victory: by *
S ""' \\ e have'conversed with a re- Now*York offer a premium of fifty I ; April 15. had continued to that lime, and the treaty.

.,. .. :. spt ctiiblc, cit.Zfii of N l'WY QI'k. dollars, for .tne best essay on the Inundations ojj me Continent the public funds up had risen in con- Domingo Torri, not embraced.

.. who liu* just armed from paying history, causes and treatment of !By the LUC; inundation ul Holland! s of that event. bythetreaty. S S

a tis.I tt. that interesting section, '! hooping cough.' Also a premium it computed lial/ 52,000 pirsofl I r quence Henry MicheU-t, not embracedby

of < oumiHe' 2ada shoit (passage 'of fifi)' dollars r ..f.th beat essay hate bee+ ItfL Jiihoui, uti asylum, the treaty.

tt 1u.Chilli son, tnd in ixod.iy on the history of goitre, showing wj-huUi \br *d (or any other resource tpjE : w e : Pablo Palmes, not embraced by

It- was'in 'St. Aul-usiinr ill what sections o' the United -=- I
'J' moT : : ih'iiu' the >dbic! beneficence.H. r the treaty.

am) n4 untmg his horse, he h/ok Siatts it pscvuleni ; what atmosphere : b. yjestv |;;as given =g2000 t'drds ?- SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1825. Henry Grandpre, not embracedby

an ridi of iwo da\ s over :;rt or topographical influenceaggravate ine '
p in
.4 easy \\ the i. lId of hc sutiems Election.-The Election for lelegte : treaty.
ii! :> of IVrritory, K; the Alathu a, and L b) what rt-medy Hano\'tr I 'Ihfs.ormol) January Congress took place on Monday, Tuesday Joseph E. Caro, not' embraced

S tlj .tt, all of winch he describes) a- it c-jiii bt.'Slbe relieved or cured.' 31sl, by ihe violence of ihe waves, and Wednesday!: last ; we sive below by the treaty.

ii rich coil of;' and .-ugar land ; and E<*cii essay Ii> be accompanied ; d.CdUir.a near Harbohre, the returns,so far*s they have miched Peter: Alba, Junr., not embraced
opt-in shall continue to insert, -
which
\\1h' \\e
'U- Hinge: tires in blossom .coveringihe a sealco letter coniaming thr | North Sea 'o us by the treaty. .
* \\hicl. willj j"i'i j the with such additions as we may from time
i,3" 9 .0' S coul1.I'}'. .\ royd has name of the author and that the 'the: Gull U i-.niljord, and wisl bee.xireuuly to time receive, until the final rebut} is "Joseph Noriega, not embraced,

'14 .'. htcn ir.utic by the settlers, and wo letter, as well as the essay, be endorsed aiiv .ntu ;euus to the ,aimI ascertain eiF.J'recinctt. by the tieaty.An S ..

;tk saw a specimen of the cotton, raised with the saute motto. I h"lJlt.uluf\ 'i hue. This canal 11 lute. JI rnandt:. GadtdenPcnacola -cnio Balderas, not embracedby .

S abundance, Sc without much Norn* of the scalea Inters snali be I 132 135 the treaty.Joacquin S
lin vih \b ue and seven deep.ficm
S labour) ,' and tile thread made l of opened, except that on wHich lite the .'\ Y. (Comiimrci Advertiser IHll's 20 2Gaines' .Barela, not embraced ;

r it by the lemale' s pinnrs. motto of the successful: ) esea> shall A k Lttt l f. L III ht: U S. -l\hc1f alliatuHu. 24 by the tiaty.Fr41Ilsco. .

L. The Tallahassee !lands soon will) be titsursrd.-1'he other essays ., Ol:l inc SOih ult., states, \Ve have received a communication La Cabana, not embraced "

-i-- be sold by older of Government, will be dispostd of according to I Uiiat tne si-vt I 'n Aim ucuii seamen : respecting result of the election in by the trea'y. S ... .
*. A :rininuie, <) C'i-.4.1__L' : -ii *v4iii: uztiiknnf I hp IilO'S. I iA I .
', au 1.54.a. .ti1I % Au1d hai been tried this city, Vhich w postponed lor tlie preposition r1&flCiSCO Gomez, not'etnbracedo _.
: thvir special duties, w. rftjufst'.d to send their rhsiys tolu .I und it w S he iH \'td thewluer six I to Col. While in this piace, the LL1C tr- ._; -S

14 do not doubt that, in this 'age of ;i unrtfrsigiu-d, at Albany or or uoul.. s" ,On lie Jibt I'a ko. result is by no means difficult to be accounted Thomas Villaseca, not embraced

+ investments' the sugar and' cotton .hd'ua' he, first of Dtciniber, 1825. '\ :5ie Spisnioh I oilicers lamely I ar- I the for, and we may hereafter give by the treutv. S S %.

lands belonging to Govar.mcntwould -L.TTVILLIA XIS, Secretary. resa-Uvh'-tl 'tot1e communication, which notices the Sebastian: Garso not embraced
escaped
4 g.'nrrally causes. of it and the means used to ,:
produce
bring a high pIicr-at least, Albany; April 4, 1825. Unit ':; d Stales. 'Jiuy were it. by. the treaty. "' .

i from ten to twenty-five dollars per .4 j\eat SarCallnlThe follniu \\'- G fli errs of two re inunis suspected *"- John B. Cazenave, not embrace'd ,.

:cM S acre. Thfc grania alreatly...recog-' ,; hastV3S hank at a celebration ) of ',clUK hoslik to the present I We observe by a hite paper, thai: it is by the treaty.Joseph .

;1iL 0 nised and reccaWiended for Jfu-: ; ai Eiklon, en the 22d of Ft h. slate uf trijih; ).;b at iiuvaii4. proposed that every Editor publish a6i'uch'1at Bonifay, rnot, embraced

firmation, ? rc vaiued'at'-a: high: .raleby 4ll |.e .unfi.nunttte Screamer, containing the names of such by'be treaty. .
i A Spanish bri which hud been
as move ojfa without notification
pcfron*
S their prop'rieVor.s, ', \ Who crhd afoud9 when he luuJi11a'e : Pedro Mendoza, not embraced4
-
,_ .
,1 1 V' L'.' .. _.......... h "". : 'aKcI by ia Lolombian Ciuizer, or payment, tliut other printers may be '
been silnu and stotfd the
I "iiitff'whenjh'e
by
treaty. .
1i I '. : : .. ;I arrived ai St. Jottiib! P. K. r'v..u on their guirti"and \veuuld propose as '";
J JiO.iIES'flC
:, ,out{ ht to, have spuKiMi.'*- I an Ui'ic'ntion'to; the black list, tlie names oftl2o&iv1o :1 rauci. oco Towardnot embraced
S .. 6.-- -- .5 _: =- :_::Lj : to the 26l t} nil. me prize crew hat i '
: : r' \\ hat..; puulry tliu i* of.ours I l.m.nnu11 (.juzenc.Boston ) kiUrdi their! Ei hiMaitSjioitsi t ceivf jjapers nearly a"year I ,by the treaty. -i
.5 AVe: always "PP"sed the Wesjrrnrrjftonsjpf'it J'YiUuy it.! rtiir d- Ltg; 6tJHdln. betore'tzaey give_n tice to'the Editor that Maria Rivas, not embraced by,>J
; with S)4iiiih are nut subscribers. .
S troops tlicy ,.
no /4th 8--"Tl': 1 zo;i s. .oV ii o s>i,->tl the treaty. ,
possessjmjiny'Sdvan i hu\t S.'. Johns.lrtry .
I I arrttfo at -- ..
!ti Uere: ulanhed last cveniiig' i.uii. i Beltran Soucbet, not embraced
gvs is te seat of .Manufacturi9 fate f'r,1/l nd.-On It i is with much pleasure) that we obserVe S ,
Ellgl
nut "'e.- .never; : ejvped$ \ to past len o'clck' ..iti! the cry ol I \ :; the v'ljjifance of the Board of .Alcttrmcn by the treaty
the 2 Is i oi MuJCjt, Mr. HlIski
t day, iil.e. The fi"t'a5 cori.mumcaifcifom sun tit'IIXL,' in atl'matters Diego Reyes, rejected t
hejurV Ill ,or fRiiodc4Jajai.d; C113' : upon
lut' Coiouial
bt'IJI g. frurtplifd. 'wi.tba wjntsi-w: hsfro'ni | .,the, :' r.ount'ihg room of the iP.cd; ,' -ibu \ w *. System. [to the police,ana take It" vcto )relaliug'I I I report since made by ihe>CommU-

. '. the State ; fish inspection l s'orc, iii Dnt.sre't liti i pI osris io PlaCe the a nuisance, which demands. ,, ,tbc ,iliterpo.sitkiii -j sa-y General f:8ubsis: : nct.-. S .'f
,of Indiana.rr-'Yat. 'anii{ t i CiUl' ul ;h r'\. ol.Juit,!) with Europe pf their autiionty. Cock and. Jiolighting 'I'
I161,i .. s:>tead on the nonh K> I j Antonio Collins, 'not embracel:
'
; v "._ ''* ; aimcl l 'ii'l. Uiing It't'U Stales the loot- iiitbestrtets: of our cu}' il very .
.*.*; \ few LIps ajnce; (says: the ilatcbir... : |, \\ lire it consumru S 't i the [iradc between 4n uuiKJ) iug- to: tnose of thecitizeus who by: the treaty. ._

!?Provide.ice: Patriot,) hat \tiendin I'S I- the stoiei. occupied by Jolhisu:. be. .ur.u England have been.taught that cruelty to animals Francisco Collins, not embraced'
Leii.iu Tiie
tp.some. business ii l11,a n e"rean- bewaljF. \\-iiiinty, t;. King, :).. toIIs.quc'Iice ot is a vice of.the ino.it despicable character, by the treaty., S
Ward, b. Toaster ihis i/ilt bt greaily enlarge the and wiiose teelin are outraged by thosev.hadeiigJii
tile huuse.in: this iown), our <">< uccideptally & Son, I1. Prr- Manuel Dumin):ues"; among-o-'
4! ; rin iisi, uf an Lies the l': J U'UIl'S art : in exhibitions ot thi kind.'I .- '
fc Marsh.i ,
Hastings; 'ihe ther
claim the
S glanced on a .bpxvvf win .On .he worrying' of cats by doss is also objections to this ,
dow glass bearing the manufacturer's south'tht., flames, aided I l b) asrahgcurzent' 111\1 now [petinicouijtr ttU to rece.it i e from o- disagreeable to those of the more peaceable very report is not' signed by the Com

name, and. the placevfrowwhence ) cT'vlfd, soon icaclitd: |es than England, and ctizenswho have ttie misfortune to naissi() ers. S 5... .
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!! 't- it .came, New. .lbany.k Central smei: and destroy: "e\ eiy will no doi Ill.h.'e. important. I laIII the neighborhood of yards wftnreitispiictic Antonio Sanchez, the opinionofthe'Coinmissinesii'approved. '
this
.ALfiLstwrtata1obstodecide' sture on both sid s of the Street, erlect on country.Ltttt d ; the latter evil can only .
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1tr w \-reorin wialstae( Now.Albany'wassituated with i tin: exception: of that occupied 'rs fijom, .Leghorn, Trieste, practice be icslraiued it ; but by forthere'onnatiohOf civilizing those "who the Thomali r.'I! 'Rpbpihea4 :* ,

but,upon SUn.Dwn. by J.: H. Bzadford Sc' Compa- 'and Ancona,' Male, in a losh11uautcl' \ former we, vwouid, resjiectfuliy; 'recommend approved and referred .t.o. the ,

r iuu, up wljat I t.a geographicalVlvWcwledjtt hyyon "fifoud 8trt er. The stuic.. thai' JP:ttras was UeJiv-- d I the followIJli)'.ClIUse of a: law-existing com pIroller.bat .an:account.maf

; wr possessed, we at, length 'occupied by 'Mr. Norris, P. F.ostcr up *o the j'reeks I on" the S 6th ofiVlVruaiy. in the,city of Baltimore. ;f.' be settled.Munuel. S "
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,i41 j ascertained.ihat. New: .Albany is D. !l/CppIefon/ f .,, Si-wall, Williams. j i i i son And or be it enacted, shall, That if any per- J; Gonzales, not embraced S .
l persons 0'1'
;.j in tfie\ SlatetrIflhjaa! n ?itr.th..', tc Company; >1i chell & 'Frceinan i, 'Miidrul 1 dates to' March 7th.- procuie any bull-baiting willfully, cock-Hghtihg cause by the treaty. ,'!'

-44 Falls of the Ojl about 1100 miles Cpnani, \\ heelock, G. S c 1/Searl' ,The ,individual. who approachedtiie tUeligutuig '1doi witiiin tna city ,ot Joseph .Medina,* not embracedby .

distant frum f i ,this, and about300; were aUb b'ui nt, 'as veil as cue 0: ,, cai-iuge| of Fercinund, and .Baltimore, or shall,wiis Uhiy.iuidwckedly the treaty.! j
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wardjoftne._ Alle|>hany Moun two, on1: the 'east side of' .Kijby cVied "Deith, lo the King," ,wasarresltdj ,; kiticiipjleor anunais: commit acts of. cruelty ,Josephine Serra. not embraced r

tains. Enqiring, of adealeras' to street, ana; all those from the \Ves> but \\ould not retract.. ol upon the': lanes the c 'aforesaid, or any by the treaty. .
r .streets! or alleys<< thercdf '
S :ill thequality of trie glass, we were end of:? Central street,: ioxlhe. "Con j-, Tn:(Kin c4ntintied _ill. very such peronsiiid tb aiding: therein ; e- Joseph Castilio, not embracedby

. informedhat, it. w..s.xceUt'ut, and I merciaj Cufiee ,House, on ', he.'eaMof :%On the\30iIi of Jan.. the boats of shall.! bcdl ble to prosecution; and pun. the treaty' .

;i : quite, superior' 10 aiiynijufc. I i .. a large v new blocs' on- 'JVatVjstreet tie .British f (lrigates J Cambrian anderingapatthi istIiIeI1t1LI3aht4ti.ore city .Court, astor, o- Thomas Commyns, not, embraced

ture4.in the Eastern. ,State : / 'PHillips's buildings 1t iustores tber. luisdeuieaiiors i or at,the election of .
S and > had -a desperate2 the accused, the matter be be- by the treaty. '.
1 : infinitely superior to that i on the W'e\t' of 1 Kilb y si re.t" ; small Greek may tneti 'Fernando' More embraced ;
manufactured rencounter. >jilli piratical ,lorceitner- the Judges cf said court, .no',:not
;j ..ut the celebrated 'glass ,were; saved:; \vtInuc1)' 'difficulty; : \'esstis. .in.'the, .Gulf of Vola. and uponconvicUon 'pumsoed as aforebaid by the treaty.Euihroine ,'' -
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h. .wcnLsi.EL: Pittsburgh. Indeed, so The melrehantfize.in. !: the stores'on:. I ,tutuf" 70 niron.boardthe, : piiataj -aiiu! H.j ihe,olknce be coiDiuitted by Hynard, not embraced

1k highly did our:frit'.nd. eslt-em: this Urottd and 'State, streets wei'-e &prijir! }c "tssels. nly 6.were, made pri- a slave'the. court or Judge before whom by the treaty "

S glass. that;h ,was anxious to order pally ', saved ; I but in CehVfl'i.' i .:ih.n rl'lle'tf .t being ,killed in the it ishmeniiorder Siutil b tried,'that may of in lieu of otner pun- Ceriacco: Lopez, .not embracedby '

I .. a large supply, i jand wants only toa8ceiu4r)4he street, qwinfj! to the fury, of?l' tli,: ciigagemerit.i, The, Cambrian's. >iripes.wnipping'' not- exceeding'Uiiclyuiiie -j .he treaty. 5 ._ '. '.

! ua/esl and '.most cxt -' eietnentp: a greatamoutit of merchandize oats ,lost 2 "Killed/anu- ,6..wounded.JLivcrfibol ,. .., us. I. Pedrp 'Sen; c, not embraced_ !bj '.

t S prIIQu3 jwr y:|l of, 'bringingittoihi Wv- was, burnt. in the 'stores. 'lt at"kC"tj" March 23.-- :I The following article, received by. the t'1ttreaty.: .'; SS 'J.

I .., .secMon oftlie country; when u's well as jn, the.titr.. t8. Tjjc( um-; The sulea) .olf Coton during the last,inaii,'CO.lIi >>,apropos at the present 'Juan Lcscrivano' not embrace*!" '
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; $ 'S he u ill i issue his orders." : her of buildings! ccnhumedfisc.aJ -' last weel4amauited; to'' 31,000 moment, th t' we think .our readers will by the treaty. ".'i'iFrancisci "'[,. ,"* .
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.. Singular fact. J uut sixty. Our city in. tht vicinity i not fail'to'feel the tbrce""of the '
: \ 1 --A' beggarvs ortlie A .t bales, CQtnpfised,8880;_ American :. therein. ',contained.Frqii .. : reuitrks,' b Bonal, -approved: ireferred -/;

4 I" founu! in one '.-*.

: ,' .:2 vteles since, in [squalid. and filthy: .'.!' : Vhe: ,} .I loss is vu: 5' : / rt.at: lo rs'av'tag; *'!%;- -IQdt$20 9a:.. I ihe Xo'blLVa..) J1a&4i11t.Mn. -'*. : account may' be "settled. .s. '** "

+ p :1" apparel: qnd dead without, 'upia'.i '.'. 4/21io1fltpeh' 1J'tlltl'rt'fddf'nI.-, Jeans" 13 1.r-2 jib --I 5..1-2 ; 28p Tennessees : EDITOR;--1.am; told: that at' Joseph" .Noriega, 'approved* and..

t 1, ;. rent. cause. The coroner, ,upon ,Rufus.eflg. ,:, pt.NrvYorj) ;;,. tobe.Eu'vo 12,3.4to::. 15, and 430 our ,elections for Delegates! "thecandidates ,referred 'to;.the" comptroller't atan

.:y examination of the body, found: ) :Extiitordinary: and;Minister'Sea, '. Islands. 'I About-; two thirds S 'have. in some_ .(I. hope account .maybe settled.T .' .' ,

I money, to the :amount of...abuut. :Plenipotentiary-j :to G real.Britain, of: the above(' were. ;: supposed tohave 'very revy-intatices' 'so 5 Tar forgot ie:,Widow: :'8c tieirs : !1P f"" ,

S two, hundred end "seventy dollars iilIIDeiPfRi: liaf l Rush,appoint- 'been :purchased,on specula what was' due to :their, own characters -, Snares- ; t embraced by' 11wUea, .. S
.5 S on it a part .ofwhich he.h d: { and to the moral l 'welfareof \ ; j
; no tdcretaryofthe'fiettsury. Si S -S .
.S doubt was the cauic of his.: death. S ; S >Wati Journal.. K Ion.T.he : ribi61 society, as to seek to 'influencethei. :ty.Josefa P;;:Crciipo... ,:not. ,embraced.by -
S :'\" ; Fourteen:'whole end i aalea st three votes_ ,:'of. the elector .dis s ..
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one jora, 'The loss: the law '" by i the .treaty/ ;
by dreadful Iw'eek S
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das.of. this' amounted to39J.f.
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'f'fluiJtcd together tributing Iitju o r,at:the.tlrn bars Deiad Pelie embraced by .
S ... ; vere enclosed fircat: Bdston /jmmcuse. The'a not .
S .. bagl'of plljsofts, of which, tdT, all:who might' vote'" for : ,

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t 'pliiIibcfl0t' embraced 'was summoned. .It:.was proper. ';t61\ It seems,to b :, predicated;apbn the 1| tended;jo: irnoknmii6it\! ( dezjetf,,-t AX.. W' UP. :1 ,t. ; ": .'. I

Vcter save the' United States, ah 'additional ':[were,contingency, that, :thlIar4 I ![from 'theniosi' intelligent:lafryera.of.Eaat I ::J: i ''
trcty. : v TJIt.J1 TJ1SCEIBER3 THISDAr : ;..,
b thC >tteto not embraced by expens /twhen there\was' no .-, has: would! summon. : Petit JujrprafoVihelrV6ivn :i it ;>> : Florida*'be depended, : ',4. ':; I .: ,

.!ftU'pPC 'business. : for.a Jury, 'more especially '[ :durts,''atitiitfe\er; Jthen.'Jud_ g: jnith1'fiatdone: no&ciVvhich a1" u1attoe60' ,'who'au. ," .'ifB' l lr '. ;
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.tbe tflY' f ; I knew that 'one could be qr lcJ.fJJ Co11.be brings him'.wUhin the l 1VIILfM : .
KrJker, IpproeQ ar.d re- as b'anOflr6Z:i"J" : i ,wrd.ehYri.o ... I
Jacob I summoned by order of the Court transferred 1 tlieTerritorial B : \hesis #< fthetonimiteebe. E S '
me Comptroller, that an I ,;: 5.feet: ,8 mchc.1 highland't iii,o* :
t rrtd to DC sthtlIecI. : should itibe.necessary)\ ; h moreover ..Co.urt, for. it cannot b _s p'p d'J I 'cuse, for no, services. rcqulrelf by & fillerj: speits iMWe Ri:"jlhc description 'I' ..

,"COwnt may I with the appeared; to be<< inconsistent. that the Council, acted upon the virtue. of his appointment, or of ora'mulatfoericiferUlaed '. f
Doyle, agree I
Edmund tIta 'could order the laws'of the United by A, Hill fNewOrleans. ...
sioners' that the case does with my duty,. to summon jurorsat ; principle, til or Stales has as run on 2d March .1

Conltn $ within) the treaty. the- expense of. ,the' United States control an olficer'. of the' United ,he ever- '.received' a!!. For ..those.. ,". Said having muUttoe away says that he. is. a. freeman ,

J'ot come pvatis, the claim for the<< for the accommodation t of ,individual I Stales, or,thadepart 'It wished him to' only have ',they ",been': received: I and was. rained in Virginia.. ; I
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..Charles confirmed and referred to ; (guitars in another Court, so far ram his duty, ,as to which are,directed: by the, laws ofihis'Terriiory I I F. S. Chapman, '.;. I!
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.mi Comptroller that an account in which 1 had nothing to ,do, and summon juro s, unnecessarily, at and not by tbo.of I F. Commyns l

the be settled. The claim for the in, which 1 was forbidden to act by, the expense f ,the Government, 'the United :>tatl's.V ber fees f .' City Cpnstible, .. i

:aaY not embraced by the treaty. express statute )the .Legislative and for the convenience' suitors are given for any services, required Pensacola,31st March; 1825-4 tf.' ..

horse Eugenic A. Sierra, not embrac-. Council; which will 'appear in .tne., in the Terrii orial Court.- The by !he laws of the United. States, I -4 'I
resulting from this have not been received but ,
the treaty. sequel. f consequence they .
jby a Francisco Konal and IgnatloauraflOt It seems tome very clear, thatI 4 state of ibing, would seem to be have been declined. STATIONARY. 'r- I I' tI

embraced by the treaty. was not bound, neither was it my .I ibis ; that in attempting1 tv revise If however, though it do nol JlpUST received and for sale atthe PenQA \ '

\ Francisco Banal, nol embraced duty, under existing circumstances -and improve the judiciary, they touch the Judge, an officer hold sacola Book- Store; a small :assort' 1\' 1\

the treaty.Francisco to summon Petit Jurors for | have legislate J I three Counties in ing his appointment under the authority ment fQuills 4JI \ J

.tf Barrios and others, the United States' side of the Superior the Territoiy out of Courts of he United States, can superior quality, I : i

.and refernd to the Court, at its present May ;; If it br- the *act, that the Legis- receive: no compensation in the Letter Paper, Wafers, : t

approved Comptroller) that an account maybe term. Now let us examine whether -l'. lathe Council have, suffered so ;mlOrla shape of fees, for official services, Ink Powder, black & red, i j

stilled.Ijavid! IV S bOund, and whether it / ,,' a matt r to depend upon a required in virtue of his appointment Sealing Wax and I !

Nagle and Antonio Frias, was my duty, to:.bave done so, on mere fortuitous event, and leave the I beg to ask of the learnedon Office Tape. f

claim is not allowed, because, the: Territorial side of the Court. people in this anarchic stale the the subject, what can' be said : t

this judgment of the Supreme An act was passed by the Legislative -" Territory dep silted of the blessings 6i the following act, found in the W. Hasell Hunt. !
tne I
bv CUUl'r, lOt property has been :\- ) Council on the 29th of June t i winch re suit from a well re- l45ih page of the .rerrhoritAllawa, 4th May. 1825. .. t

siotcd.Juacquin. 1823, making I the Marshals of J gulat-d system of jurisprudence, passed by the first- Council, \ iz : I

Bartla, not embraced ,Florida: the officers.of the Supe.'iorCourls. and the suppression of VCC, by a h That the Secretary uf the Territory NOTICE Hrs

.. failbtul and constant administration for all civil "
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the UC4I.P.'rC' This act gave the Mar- making out hereby given That atthe next term i t

by... .....-.-- -Bonn!. annroved. and shals the same power, as is usually of the l laws, by the' aid of commissions or appointments, sb of the Hon. the County Court, will I t
referred to tile C.mptrolter that an given to the Sher-lfs, and required Courts Justice if this be the shall: receive one dallas" present the accounts and vouchers and ;

o? sr tiled.NiccLsUe them. to give bond and security true bitua ion af the Territory, it '* For all official certificates, one make a final.settlement of the estate of !

account may Fit.a"b.I I for :faithful dischaige of is deeply to be deployed, by every dollar." ed.Giles Newton, late of Pensacola, dc'ceas- i: ,.

N. li. in tiiii GJSO i'o report has heir duties, while acting under, lover of peace itid good orc.I.'r, and For affixing the sed of the John de la Rua :

bf' tll't"Cf1\e,i a> the Tic" uy 1.- and in virtue of the Territorial by every one who respects the Territory, one dollar." jldminitlrater., \(
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parinjent.rldro ,I i' 1 .t'.s i accepted the piovi&ions laws 1 rcgr t it as sensibly asaiiyothercitiz h For copying any public instrument Feb.. 24th 1825-51 tf. \ j ji

de Alba? Scnr. not cihracd :- ;! of his r la\v., and bound mys it to n or writing, 15 cults for every i .r

by the tr uty. f act under. pi, hy ': king ihr fiiih, 1 in the coursrelation ; I have pursued in hundred words, to be paid by I t'

. 1rcasun'Veplrtf1ll'JJIlI'CJl! 2(1.) lb2j.S : ami filtering uj'o sjoml, :as it re tu tuis matter, 1 have dis- the person receiving the same., BLANKBOOKS., ;

iMIwal"JJ1LtS, quired. Under this uct Courts I I j cnurged honestly what 1 conceived Our Secretary, if I am no: mi TIUST received, for sale atthe Pcnsaco : !I

Chief: Clerk were held and the course <.f jurisprudence to be my du'.y' \viUi .ut casting taken, holds' his office fiom tlu ,r.u la *Vx>k Store, ; j

went on in tflr usual re Broach upon ,aiiy one; but u n ih- Untied Slates, with a salary of Afew Ledgers, I

The following ques.ioa is asked way ; al least I heard ohio comp'.uint. contrary, '1 nspeci the laws, and S 1500 precisely thatof the<< Judge Day Books,. -, I,

in the New-lingund 1'aludium. : On the 19th of Drceinhei consiiiuled authorities uf': any It the principle be just, I ask, Journals

\Ve thik it an execilesl ugges-t 1624, the Legislative i Council rpt ;- country in winch I live. i whether it does not also include Books,
: Letter and
Marshals lo have summoned IVlit Jurors Ttrritorial law t
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lion and OIK that ouga; to itccm- :ale(1 lue .act, making providing "
much coiisicli-rutiosi and n' the the! officers of the Superior for the United States' Court, payment for thr Governor' .postage Children's .Copy Books.

plan should br ado;)'.td it would Court, in the following \Vords. at the late Url1h would have been ? and yet our chief magistrate AV. Hasell. Hunt.-

be productive of mucti g od in cucouragni *k Be it enacted f>tc.. that an act en- useless and unnecessary. It would has given his official sanction' to Oct.30th,1824.Pensacola. 1

temperance, bubrietyand titled an ': act assigning duties to nave<< made an additional, and an all these luws. ..... \
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prudence in the army."Should the Marshals of the Untied States, improper expense: to the Baited The Governor and Secretary, .
Book Store.
there: nut be 4 rule :n for the Territory of Floridaap- Stall ; and it would have been for receiving the benefit of those

the that soldier who proved the 29th ofJune 1823, be inconsistent \vitn the duly 1 owe to 4CtSoil' evtr called in question, ,.... -

Army receiving every his hall pint ui&l &: Me same is hereby repealed. the Government under which I will 1 have no doubt be completely JUST received peT Brig St. Clair, di "
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from New-York, and for sale as
The Second Section of this act, act; to have done so, on the Territorial << justified thereby-and so will the
shul ae creuiied thevaurttw I
)ini ilaily, above,an additional assortment_ of Books, .
$ aggiv!{ate. to be givenhim gives to the Sheiifis the custody side ofjthe Court, would : Judge, for receiving lies allowedby among which are the; following !

\vitn his pay I of all prisoners, confined by thelaws have been indiscreet in the extreme I the laws of the Territory, fort NEWVORKS.. I

--__-__s-- --_._aiicO. _--- l of the Territory, and transfers because\ was forbidden s.) .e performance of services, required -

,1.Jl/;.....\ j t.J.' 1,1...0 Co'o.'4''If. the business confided to theMarshals to do, by express act of the Lvgib- and directed only by those. Rothelan tones, a Homance\ of the..English Ills i 1 I

... -- the hands of the lative Council.
into laws.In. .
:;:;;; -= Stanhope's Letters n Greece, in 1823
For J'ci.szcola (,aete. Sheriffs. The act makes no other Williiim; Sebree, perusing the above report, c- and 1824 with Documents on the Greek

l\la HUNT-in )'uuJ'Jast* paper, provision. \ Marshal \\\ F. very man ofjust feelings will 'be Involution, and the life o( Mustapba ..

over ihf iignutuif "I a u Countryman A Marshal of the United States gratified, with the disapprobation, Ali, I

," a chaise is made! against is not bound in his official capacity Mn. JJUiT-YoU! requested to re- so clearlv indicated of the unnecessary Buchanan's Sketches of the North American 1

tin- Alarslicd of liiia LJIK'I.icl for by acts of the Legislative publish from I the Kiit Florida Herald thet.o exMbiiion' of a churge-a- IndiansVitI)1- a plan for their me-, '
44 negh-ct F duly, in refusing to articles lt-low i Uc first is an Editorial 1oton, r '
Council, only in cases where he tide, and the second contains the gainst a party, so late in lue ses- Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by
IVtit Jury to s'rve a:
summon bind! himself. He is bound by rcir.aii ()t1 correspondent uf that paper, sion, of Congress, that his, 'distance Thomas Campbell j '

the present tf rn sif tlii Supf rior the laws of the .United Stales, in on tie Uepnrt uc b: the ConnniUccan made defence or investigation The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts
Court and also, he is called "n for Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c.
; up
r lath'n to the ,State or Territory, thcJUi'C' UJ .Congress. on the accus impracticable, before the session -
lo answer v.hethfr tins neglect I ', Biography; of the British Stage being the
for which he1 is appointed. The tuui mule tJ) our lute Delegate- "Such
would be' at an end. Actors'and Actresses
; Live. of the principal
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cf duty to &Uuir.: on a Jut'y, was not ; Territorial g"il/ t I LLC\ bTiih. 1 will merely reinartiijai ;
act establishing a of
was also the complaint Judge .
intended lo hrn: ,' discredit :he. tiicbc: evince the., favorable o- !
iovetiirrienl in Florida" passtd pinion in WHIch J utgt: 6'miiiv is Uelii in Smith ;\ and though the su jvct j The'Historj'of.MattKew Wall, by the
eminent n ei, who: liuve jlevofctitUtir t uie 26lh of \1l) 1824 makes the St. Augustine.vticrc he is prububly well has been laid on the table, the author Valerius' &c, ,
u' fct iulrnts i in ir.tiknijr J lj \\ s : ; That YJ.11' Hallam's View> of fiuropei during tile '
fallowing provisirn : t! ere knoxui. u.c. committee discharged, and no order 'I' '
for he rexula'.i ,u ofou-r i\v t.ut1 JUS1 ICIA. Middle Ages, .
.I :) i31!! bt% appointed for each of 'aidCourts lioBt taken thereon, yet, ,I trust,, 'The Spanish Daughter, ,. ,
.-ovviit 1'fMiii'i.'. u:Hi. :-.41;.' wjjo From ihe Florida JitnilJ.any t- "" .
OJ. / i a Marshal, who shall per- that at the earliest huu'r'uf the'next The Human Heart, _.
There
pl'ucurt d 1h.lir lp!)' Jitn.t"nts I foiin the same: duiies, be subjec is ral fy cirtiumtaken -- the will Highlanders"a T'ale, '
I he iVlarai l i \\t cyli'ti stance wtncn h place in Congress, Judge ii"The
upon tf j :) Scenes in Europe Scenes in America, .
i to the same ,regulations and penalties ; 1
himself the
awaken subject, ancalrfor
:ln'r two r..la.g(% ,. -he: one for !! anti be enti Id 10' the same our l'rri onal 1 1istory mure to. be The Blank''Book_of a[small Colleger, :

"neglect of /. :y.,".und iij-! other, foes to which Marshals reretted than lite late aLt61ck by a decision, on thr accunution. Living" Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, Htb, 9th
u'.ht"I'I1StI'ic'b *
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an intention t > b..j ji:;; into re- ( are entitled t for similarset uur Delegate in Cungiess, upon' j and, 10th volumes,\ I
V1NDEX.
broach tht IIP neb rs ofiJie! Legis i ict-s ll JUdAl' S.eih. (!vicn. Calf ban unit TOGETHER WITS ,
and sh-l also he sab- -
]aLt\'(. C'ultdl.: aim iliose uj ho I ( "IaLin to uu' to Congress, in -__-- I Paley's Works complete, in.5 vols.Hollins 1
to such and "
})r'cund'H'il' ajjpointmer.ts." 1,jet l regulations pctaiiies !- : l'tl:11uu to one u I'' the must>> popuTerriiory .. Ancient Histo iy,8 vob.Plutarch's ..
!: as tht Legislative Councils '
I Lives, 8 vpls. .
To both ihrsi* chaiigcs 1 shall answer liar ufflct'rsin site we SHIP .' :
s-.ull impore. \ e acting under Josephu'sYorks', 6 you.
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and ;he ask Iin im from ". : .
people will judge. uiid in vir-.ur (if'tjn' Temtori .1 you to luRc us, or Hamilton on'Pargathfes; "'

1 feel, however, cOn cifJU8 of 1a'- Laws.-Act of the let session of I other words o displace him: ; Armstrong"on/:Typhtis Fever, .

lug acicd rorre.ctly.: the8th 94. and this pred&cacd ..solely upon a IlVSJJ9 Miner and TuUy on Fevers, '
The Superior C..um of the Congrexs, fiage short n.t.e from Mr. Macon. But 1 I Or lt's; Practical Chemistry. .' by C xe,
There is in this that '
act
iiOihii >>
rowel onX'ontractsVMorse's : _
Territory of Flirid.-. possess the who is it thiit asks' this ? Surelynut = .
imfiQstn an tohligaion U'PQ[) the New Gazejttrer, .. .
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cfL JiM ict Court of the East Florida "If brt jot 1! 'nBQt..
powers : '; the Marshal or compels him to act people pi : : Walker's Dlctronafyj-Octaro and Pocket,.

United States, and iII.tiOht"Y: aie undt r the Territorial: laws without wh., view Judge Smith, us a benefactor : = Milton's Works, 2T01S 'gil ;: ,

Territorial Courts-the Judgesare : his consent, slur' in opposition to :o the: 'Territory i by the uniform ENTERED. ., Thompson's Seas tI1SjIyo1gilt; : '
Loinmissioued und the of decisions Beauties of Shifkespeare. ..do'
(lenera) Governmenl: and paid by his duty, as Jan officer of the U- tins justice fits ; 'by May 13.-Schr. Thorn, Day, Campbell's ,' '.' r do.;; .
preside niled_ S, atl's.! It ctold not be expected tne poinied oppobitioirwhich NL-NV-Orleans,.Cargo U...S,. Com- Hen-ey's Meditations, 'vdin '
oo both sides of the Court. For he nil, alwa shewn tu ; '
: that he would transcend } $ L1tlg .uUU, Stores. I Pilgrims''Progress. do. > ;
the Pl''lent1 > Tri of the Superior his authority, and. subject the U- und I)} i 11 ii icudiness to prurnole misjiary. ; Pope's ""orks,2 voh.>. do. .
Court Grand all occabionJ ARRIVED. & Shadows of Scottish Life, do.
a Jury Was I niied u on chose objects, Lighb
States ,to f4 '- -'- '
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impaneled and sworn :jlhe District pcnte" by summoning unnecessary,roa's ex-for whichconduce apJJ ....l'et most, iikeiy ,to, / May 10._ :-:-U. S:: Tr nspprt'Sf hn: ? ,,tt, -.... .... '_ ;4..a, '. H. ,

Attorney did not a.tes/d ; the Jury to the public jd.- Florida, yB'akertra/npa.:>Bay,. via The Sorrows.bfWerter: Vocal Standard,, :
from which he go *
excluded
a court, '
was Life of Franklin Paul aha Virginia, :
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had J St. ,1\ 'V
business, and was (Hscharg- by law, and for the benefit oj Judge Smith's uniform dis ou- ,, asks. ,*V.lr ,. ,i .'*, '' William'CeU; Gulliver's Trarels,- &..c &ode' .
eJ ; tut no I'etu Jurors were iuinRioned ragernent .Vexa.iious> 'suits', and 1 '. "( : '
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litigants Ota :the Territorial side ; I :Bat ge .Lafayette, Merht, Choctawhatc.hie ,- tw ..
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tlivcnnsequeiicf is, here of the Court. litiguUonj is perhiips.not calculated with 93 .bales cotton, together with ',the stock Irewferbre\

\vas no Court on the .Territorialside. to make Vim friends ,tilt .han4'.cbmposesaverj estfnsire'acnd ge*;:
among M.
The Legislative Council, after to ,NrHAlAlen, | ..4Q, Cumtning, aeral"ass6rtnient 'of books? and wtllT bd
f less liuerul ml .
me era of the bar '.E.tMerlet. ; : '
; M. McRae and :
repealing act alluded to, passedon sold at the KewYdrkprices:Tor '&*& I '
It is the practice in Courts of but it ought to make, ,and ha '
the 30th of$ Dec. 1824 the $Ul-) : 13lh-Schr. 'Angelina; Forsytb. LJOuhtry 'Merchants'and ptibirctifpflvatefLibraries
tbe United 'Slat*'s,' to ,summon Petit made lirm friends among the people furnished on the most .liberalterms
lowing law, by which alone it Mobile, Cargo tc.in our, next.: ;
Jurou, as the cases occur, and would ; and we believe, that the ma4 i ,'and sidV books as'are, krecIandYixeioon'b1wihlbeproc&Cd'wit1tas
seem, they expected :oorjanize .
are set for trial, except where Jurors : the Territorial court for of inhabitant ofEust FloridA, Arrived- from*"" this. Port.- .. ; *! \: x-:' *
possible. \ Ottlers from *
.are summoned and drawn would cheerfully nite-in a RepiiJ- NeSv: York: ,April ..9"C Brig' .JittjCdehy < .
by : i he counties of Si. John's. E \:am-, !listancer" will be aaprtomptM attended .. .;
lot, by the laws of a State, or in bia and L<'on.f ., .Be it enacted' ,;'c. : seniuiion ':o Congress] lcn""' lestiiuo- Fame, Totteri. ,-22. days., -. ;',, !.>. -', tjnI..theet: tJi j...# Ii ra !t ,"i4. :' '
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,Cues where the Court requires a ,. That in the Counties .i St.:John's, I ny of theirapproLalonfJssc: ) *- '. 11 iersonal' '. application- \.' ;t;* ,. '-w : :7. .. .

Jarr, by writ of venire facias.law .- Kscambia & Leon, that the Grand .Tee!," if'such. a cou '.se,f waVa't.... all"l.neessary fit t\\ifi ent. 'I _, ."V"I>' W.... "::0 ,-, .. .frUIkt4; : ,; : .

The contemplates ihal Ju- an4 Petit Jurors summoned by the : ,to, his ha'riltr'i Tbe ".. _. .At.19'.. .;rf_ "_ ...i.... :'"..cl(1.1.. u"l' ," t-...\'.'' ,,'. 4
lors" shall be returned as tht'l'Ihalf I Marshals,' of the several,' Districts Judge's, vindication hbwever:>; will rnl g'p b 'ir e4 t ttht j .,'.... .. .J '-r._ .. .:': : *AI., .:' .

: (>e-occasiou for thrill," ,., so rq i:this Territory9 to attend ,the: Superior = ;H-e 'presume,.proVt'. asufiicienicor: iJLscriberhts r,iheiumodaticift'opened a house!.of oreiiter.tiinmentf travellers -.' ,f WI :HASELLEUNT. ,' '. I Id '

**,not to incur unnecessary e--. \, Court.'"said 'Counties:- re- rective ,of the, sritement. )atejymade _and.bthen ..ho may Jon him. I U7i.i "'des. lU ai' sal?, pow- 'r'" ;I

Ptnf, or unduly to burthen the c- 'itprciivety, luau 'proceed to, the against,him by'bu&pelegaie ?WRainay; : :; ,.', ; "I**era of attorney. bonds &c* in -the ::" ,:- .. -
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tZ nj of : art,of the pjstiict." cA'r! rritorlai'6.u8i..' i in Congress ; who ,It is Jo, ,be reue.mlMre4belong -' boat apprpTe.d jferAs aacl end to ',any ;

Jny |> transaction .7 'Deer'P i 1t.'lar1 2 ;;.3t. .1. :. ,
... 1 I' West, ,Florida : hei !7ng Wcjlk ijjajr:bc cojjro f ed.tqr, ,- ..: I ,
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.lngtr'rJU.' Digest oge'5i9.. i ness of said Courts, until discharge ". tp.t.r :' .' hi, ..jrith.prompfnessjuid: '"c.,aecuiacy,>nd.n I :

Jurors' who are summoned and i :'ed by 'atI'.<"owr(*, ;under the]:iatnfrJines where the meritSprvbeiie&s; :: ,i1j, ., Oallk"1BD., "' '! ihti >.; reasonable.=Aefmsj.: ..his' ;.situation iiapplication ..;, '

tttbd' the courts of the United' aud penalties" ; are imposed. of,Judge: fd1, < quldjjiot! have --G n: wid1R "Sf" 1m.. 9Jgne. 1--i. ,. ,.he'derk's oince ncndtrs an: .: :
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Slltt*, are entitled to pay until for non-attendance. of'uatd Juror" been &o':*fur'knownwarrant to. :hirof 'at, ,WA epra :t J". H.w,-- .. notice.'> .to"'him convenient! .for those: who mAy 'be": / ::':'.

.7r.e disch-argt', wbelber; :hrre -Law of\Terrttory\I vol.-- ,, the viien. 'ftticktie jiicti'- : h t'thel.wiu.PJ; i e;<.n. the' :::/c Ot&fGadepnd ibouttoexeeuteanX: ; inMrureent: *.... 'of. wtij; .-"'' :. '" 'I"
be. "siDtss has::so, gratuitously;inade.. $ mb ."'altd :.riC n,.. ing--whidi, "t..0'p.. .. .. ,. ./:" I'I
for them I in' this .lawihitirnio8ca \ : '_ '" '; I
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or not., Is there any:thing ,. .Liebn' cowit1ez; ....i'.., ." ;t'.. tv;." .t- -.. '- '- : < : -" ::
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txl'llipcd the Clerics Office and, the Mar ; ::" .s.- ""' : ,.. 'I / r1".b. '-\ S .
Uuiy ou I g: (t. .. .
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any '
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tCettajfsed that there )itgi, sbe ri 'ei r:4hls ,liote ,_ ,., , .. -." I ":. "; "t :,;"B: = it o.S io ,
wa no fa shals:? It rieitjher( orders'nor -
fltlie docket 'to ;thatHhV" PCPiPri ..-.- -!' 1a. :;; ;t.., ..: i' ,.. ,.. ..... :J h'If:'! '0':!..'. tt ., "
for say ,
the present May request them lo' summon Jurors., : pleasure. : .. f, jlJ.:4.'irA.L .. "' l ." -" '-/ -,"' 'f' ,1'
'trsnofthe ; / ; -*r ..'".. _.'."., ',.,- ..... -T, ,. ". .. ,.fl \ *- -'- .t' : '-" '
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\t1rtfre.CuUtt ; a Petit .Jury' vas : :>,ru.w>of the 'Temfbiyro, I i2' ,, pagc.59f, tbe J oduct r th 4udg.. : if.hCatateniut I' : '....,.. > t ':'-, .'..2r' ::', ,: 1.1 '.su at t .I.is. oe fc'f' ;. r._ .--," fti i I
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unnecessary, and 'none | Law of the Territory vol.3. :' f' % *. > ," *.' ,, > f.. .,. i''r);.'".:..r.:'.,.: ,,-.j'', :

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ON jhcjr urtrHquae IB 11 tiry, ttic foUoala fro er ror !o.t't1gC' eof dS Nll'aat5frfith:.. i ';las, eve such, induced an steblisnnlcnt:, even.thecpramencementof 'l : James ;jnnerarity,' ., t. ... .",'." ,". ., '

;* ;' Pensacola. for. due iipjo '#34Tare (unless: ,the faze, surviving partners ", i
, ; Corporation: : << : taxes thereon] : the. ;31st,of UcceBtbetr. i the,' undersipied, Ids"itahso1uteJy' ;:;Becessaryto of the'firnioflobn '

r .p>Tdio. .. thealibscriljer.berdrc! .the. aVofwlO-to; re.her.: -: rfb'.all',cosrsjandr. cfiargfs.'. : call on,his..friendu:'and fellow. Forbes & Co. as # .,, .,
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0 i citizens for. .such additional support as the si gn eesryfhlitclieI 1lNY: 'E ."

:'NAMES OF OWNERS AN I Taxfor TJ ;' t:' \\1.0 -e ct. Atn't.' : growing prospects: of the Territory may :Nephewl& o. ..!. .. *S-'*"" i*.j'
DESCRIPTION OF P1tOPERTY. j I. "I'u p. I warrant him,to expect.The t".. q. \ .t-
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first owners ofther Press found it Uilian( de la Car- .
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.Ander.on.\V.P.J.ota No. 25 'on tile Daf. ..... ,.' 1 expedient to abandon' the undertakingbefore rera. ', ". > ,....;....'..0....

217 .' .. .. ;. : .' ; they had completed the. publication
i 224'omana It. ". of a Volume, and in the hands of theIr : N\'rlC" 'S i::

; 305'I" ;- successors it lingered out one year, when .
., 1-2 arprn Lat TTo. 46' 'S burbs. 'f 0. '350 .. 3 50 3S 3 85 they also l gave.it Up as ,a profitless labor. IS .HEREBY GIVEN, That x stilt '
Boils, Thomas, Lot No. 5 Ptlb square. 1 75 ,1 75' 17,1-2 1 92 I It will not therefore'be'considered astonishing t" .en the said parties IS th da 5 .:

T ., DradleCalvln,1( I Aspen .No. 69 Surbl, :; 35.1 35 3 1-2 S8I t that, 'Lavingcommenced our labors tuted and a writ of attachment issji ;

I bunker, Jonathan j Lot No. 66 Sarab osa et. : 87 1-2 \ 87 1..2 8 3.-4 96 i with a very small number of subscribers gainst the P ro P etn of the Defendant? I

.. I Bates, Rosalie, 1.2 lot No 216 Uomana st. 35 i 35 3 1-2 38, i and an extremely: limited share of John Lee Williams
.. Benetilo! 1.2 Lot No. 106 Gina 5t, ; 81 1.4 -. !1 81 1-4 8 89 advertising custom, our establishment Attorney ,

I i ;t' "JJenrstl"f';lran'co. Lot No.15t noman irt.' .. ',..' '.... 1 75 1, 15 17 1-2' 1 92 should need the most efficient and warm Pensacola;, Starch 25,18253 for PfJf,., 1
I'J J! (;amfiCld. James I l.o t.'lIio. 2U1"Ramona 'rt:' > 35 35 3 1.. 38Cvrtcs patronage ofaHthosC'who feel and acknowledge -ft.
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blares, 1.2 Lot "o; 93 Curia.st. 25' '25 2 .1-2 27 the importance, to the cc untry, ;: FRESH T _
-t Casttu, Ju'e, 1 Lot No. 12 Saragosast. 72 1.2 '24S :3 ]71-2 31 3.-4 '3 49 of such,an undertaking i

i Col.lal1t ., 'ran. i ,tot ,No. 70 GO\'fl.bt.? 58 1-4 8r 1-2 1''' 45 3-4 14 ']-:2 1.60 The Editor, aware 'of the discordant
1 C t'Un, .Jol1n 1 Lot M. 181, hatendel1cia 190 14'0\ 14' 1 54 I. materials: of which hew ;communities are.. Spring Goods.
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'. Cunnrumr', Alex. '. Lot 1'0. 26 on the naJ' I nsually composed. and'as there is but .
1i .2 Lot No. 325 Florida Blanca 105 1 05 10 1.2 1 15 one press: in this' part of the Territory t(!
Subscriber has t
Chat-baud, Juan Lots No. 20 I ,' has endeavored to maintain the strictestimpartiality THE \ ls from New-York received, per lafe

on the Ba) in relation,to evpry"thing calculated and x ey
Art. I : 95" ... Orleansa'supPof Spring,aod s, w hld ,
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> I to awaken the asperities of party. {.
.1IG together with his for.ner
stcck
, I. : 78! Govt at. .. '. To expect to please all would be as pre caupleteassoitmentciz.[ make a
301 : posterous as to endeavor to lash the wares -

I!i. :S '.'"1, 100"'" .' <, .. 'Iil into subjection or to control the direction Packages Hardware, viz ;

. :f'- i .\I.... 101 .. of the winds. Our columns{have been Knives and Forks
;j 102 free and to- useful discussion of
open every Pen and Pocket Knives, .
I r '. 144 kind truth has been vend "ated Z\nd
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i I ; Iron rinn'd Table
and Tea
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; r, j 145 > st. falsehood refuted, and where ue ourselfmay Bnttania, do.
do.
l !o '. '.."'. 146 have been in error, it has always
Gimbjcts Padlocks
Iron Nob \
,- "I II 147 '. t been our desire to be corrected by oth rs. Stock! Locks Chest.& Cupboard Loci"
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1 + ; 148 Whilst we with the utmost cheerfulness
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Screw Plates
Saws, Augew, Chisse
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149 the of those who %
;, .. publish productions Files, Hammers, Coffee Mills,
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, '. 35 heeling st. differ from us in opinion, we do not consider Brass wood and patent Cocks
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i', 20 Sublarbs. -. ourself deprived by our Editorial t and a great variety of other b.rdwar.e.2
i < 1T.ot No. 23 Gald n st. station, of the, same common privilege of 2 castes car enters planes, ,

r .. I ',: 2-3 of220 11 1 pcn on Ua'Gu Tcxar, 12 10 18 51 130 '61 1..2 6 33 67 expressing our sentiments, on subjects of 2 casks Carolina hoes,
11. Cevallo Est:1te of Lot 1\0. 1 next! Tivol 1 4(1 1 40 14 1 54 public moment. On the contrary we look 4 casks tin ware, assorted

'" : ) JLpe nt:, Ari'b el11 Lot ro. 42 Hl'"hn st. 52 1-L 52 1..2 5 1-:4: 58 upon it as one of our most imperative duties nlack mith'8 bellows, vices, D.n

.,, : e\'il1c, ]''ann) 1.4 Lot No. 6H S r-dg'lsa st.. 70. 70 7 17 to advocate such measures as we conceive Sledge and hand hammers,
1JiasnwniJ 1.2 1.0\ Ao. 95 ( .lInJ. tot. 52 1-2 $2 1.2 5 1..4 58 the interest of our country demandsus Swedes Iron,
1)e\1S, 1aria 1.2 Lot 1\0.191 Homar.a' st 1 22 1-=2::! 1 2 1..2 12 1-4 1 55 to defend, and to use our humble endeavors Foolscap
Fa'- \ paper, wrapping do.
t\IIHi4tio, MargaLl'ita } u 74 GOt' st. 75 75 _,7 1-2 82 'forthe_ advancement of republican Bar Lead and Gunpowder.
IJavts John Lots No. )6' I '- principles,, without'regard to the aggrandizement
I.' ,. # .1 67 uburbs. .bl of individuals or the denunciations 15 Cases Dry Goods, viz : ,

: ,,' 68 105 ; 1. 5 101..2 113' of party. Ready made clothing '.

vorvilledlA.llda 1 Lot No. 329 Floridalilanca: 35 5 3 1.2 38 There is now a prospect of mail-routes Domestic
ticking, checks
t I J ElkinsHaivc)' 1 l'pl'n No. 38, Suburbs. 35 35 3 1..2 38 being opened and post-oflices established C'umbj-ic 4 muslins, chintz,,

I 11inn, Juhn,11.11 Lot Noa 1 3l Intendencla ,. I.I I. through portions of our'Territory where Fine Madras handkerchiefs .

1 Lot r\o. 171 st. 1 4 55 '4 ,55 45 1--2 5 00 settlements are forming distinguishedboth Fine silk flag do. .
.-; w a Fold, Anne 12 Lot No. 94 Cuna'st. l' US 1 J5 10 1..2 1 15 for intelligence: and industry ; the Fine '
a cotton nose, do. half do.
FosterElizabeth 1 Lot No. 11 Sara rasa st. 2 ts, ;J do 28 3 08 great body ofthe people should become French shawls, S
osnaburgd
]-',Josrp11inc-l LntNb, 150 J nten ncla!It. 87 1-2 1 Oj 1 2 1..2 19 1..4 2 12 acquainted with the conduct of those 1 n' Pins, needles,thread, .

r' }Oalcol\el, ion :LfpCllS' Nu 2B office, and the pretentions of those whosolicit I Super!) gilt buttons &c.
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47 Suburbs. J their that such be'
'" suffrages, may i lu -
casts
black 11. ool hats,
I 48 1 05 selected to them best understand I
1 5 10 1..2 1 15 represent as Ido white, do.

i Fitzsimmons, heirs pf c \ their wants!, and who will reflect duo beaver, do.
t lLbt 1'o. 331 { Intendencia the most credit on the country. Forth is children'a
morocco do. *
fj I 1 Lot No. 3325st.. 26. 26 2 1..2 28 purpose, the Press, conducted with impartiality : 6 trunks mews calfskin

{ Gaul1crlns, E.htate of 1\ I'j+ I and used with dignified calmr.ess -- 1 do. {Lad et'lorocco brog'an'
" t 1-2 Lot 11 0. 243 Garden, st. 2 66 1.2 1 25 3 91 1--2 39 4 30 and moderation, is a. powerful istrnment n do. .

?. Grand Pre Carlos de i I We live under a free government &Li6 '
> 1 l.llt.O. 266 GO\'t st. 14 35 49 5 54 and to maintain our freedom, 100 barrels Whiskey,

'>' +,. Grnham- 4 .a t'(,ens .Ma.alt's! Grant. 70 7P 7 77 knowledge 'nust be diffused. No nation. 25 Barrels Flour ,
. 1. w Go1han, Nancy Lot No. 1 1 Intemlel cla st. .' .1 85 1 85. 18 1..2 2 031Jellrique without being enlightened has ever enjoyed i ,
' hCllS)1 : I the blessings Liberty. Political) 2 hhds. Sugar;

i. 1 Lat No. 23 on the Har. 5 76 1 50 7 26 72 1-2 7 98 and moral ignorance is the main stay of 30t bags Coffee.'

j ,. Jardeb, Jo'I! Lot No. 236 itumpna: st, I. tyrants, and those who wish to support an
._ : 237 5 1 16 '12 2 45 3 61 1..2 36 3 97 imPeriougvor will always endea N..II.Allen.

"J Losada, Juan .tit. de t 'i. ,: to put down a free and independent : April 15, 1825. .

L: 11 ot I\o. 10 Saragosa at.all.enn Press ; but in our country, where nonesuch i -

: 7., exist, .a respectable and useful e '
74' '. .. hide of i information cannot fail to obtain I Spring Goods.
.subur s. .
: -(1'i' \ general and libejal 1 Jj support. '
'- S i' 73 I ,},,' 58 1-4 2 80 3 38 1.-4 $3 3..4 3 72 To those who are "'acquainted with our STONE & NISBET

; 1 1tfaubrun, Ettienn I I paper, it is unnecessary to say more, but s

iv .' .; ,I i Lot No. 67 Saragosa ,87 1-2 81.. 1.2 :8 3..4 96blcreno to those who are strangers to the course ..D'VB received per brig i 'St. Clair fratst'. .

John, estate of I we have pursued, we add a.: few words.- .ICewVork 't'
Ii Lot No. 137 B.llcn 35 We shall suffer exertions of t9 ;t\ packages merchaiidize containing
4 i. s. 37 1-2 721, --2 7 1.-4 79 no ours to be t .
ftiI' l 1hr.tlla: An tnmo! l-I.t.t No. 281 Iictendencva! st. 87 1.2 2 80 3 6711-2 j 36 3-4' 4 04 wanting, in order t give to oiir-patrons' < k: handsome assortment of.et .

:':'L 11ay" 11. u. 1.-2. Lot No. 157 In\.endcncaa s.. 35 35. 3 1--2, 38 much information as the limits ot our the fane} and staple articles suited to the se>< .
;$'],1 I !la onado-' erma I It.il will permit and in the'selection of articles son, viz ., .

I 1.2 Lot No. 93 C una d. 87 1.2 87 ---2 8 3-4 96 for publication, we shall endeavor to Printed muslins, various qualities,

J. i 1ta.ant, 60J l1rpens Casa Blanca. 8 40 8 40 84 9 2-1 omit nothing which may be of peculiar interest i 4-4 London chintz
ij'1\ IScilson & Randolph to the friends of our :l'et1.ituty.- Fancy prints, chintz shawls,

: ,:} : ,1.21ot No: 38 Intendell st. 35 35 3 1..2 38 Our Press shall never be prostituted to the Cambrtc handkerchief,
.!.r Oroosgoltte, 'V mCt'nteIUall"S uf purposes of falsehood and defamation ; Kobe patterns do.coioured flounce ,

, 4 ; 1 Lot No.272 IntencenFia st. and while we shall pay thu strictest regardto Lego book and jaconet muslins,

+' : ; 1.2 Lot No. 215 Hc.ma>aa 8t. 8 83 14 ,,35 9 18 1-4 91 3.4 10 10 the feelings of individuals, so far as 9-8 and 6-4,cambrics,
'r :.;'I t 1'a1ao, Sevenno 1 Lot No. Jntt'ndencla st. 2 75 1 25 4 '001 I 40 4 40 our duty will permit, we shall always advocate JIuslipatam handkerchiefs,

Cf1f t 1 'i Uodark, E. A. 1 Lot 1'\0. 46 Reel-ng st 87 1-2 871..2\ 8 3-4' 96 the clause of virtue, morality, truth ,White and cord merino & caasiroere

xw l. Sierra! Caroline lot r\o. 157 1ntEntlanet'a st. 50 50 5 55 : and justice, regardless of those who may: shawls, '
' 'IIt'r, Solomon 1 Lot No. 39 U ding st. 25 25 2 '1..2 27 I be implicated thereby. Silk scarfs, do. long shawls assorted'
\ Sans, Pedro, 40 feet front t W. Hascll Hunt. Coloured lace scarfs and h'kfs. ;{
$ b3' 40 feet deem Lot No. 197 Romana 70- : Silk hose
Buarres, I IWadan ..rara'coo'st., ... 10 7 : 77 Pensacola;March 7th, 1825.CONDIl"IONS. cravats,, white a'. .

1 Lot No. 69 Government st: 2 22 1.2 1 40 3 62 1-2 36 1..4 .. 3 99 I Printed and white Marseilles,
Stone, Daniel 1 Lot 1'0.160 IntendenCia st. -- I The PENSACOLA GAZETTE and WEST I Blue and yellow nankeens, .

.. ;.. 1 Lot 1\u. 98 (:tinast. r 1 87 1..2 '87 1..2 8 3-.4 69 lonm.ADVERTISED.: is published every Linen Drilling with cola s.ilkstripes,
Stack, 'Beubln Lots Koo 105) Saturday at Five Dollars per annum, pay Imitation, do., '

1\J6,: Cuna .st;' 87 1-2 87 1-2 8 3..4 96 able invariably in advance.ADVEimsEMEirrs .. Suspenders, cotton cassimeres, .
: rrt': regrosajl. .1 Lot No. 153.1nlenl1en st. 25 25 2 1-2 27 will be inserted at the 7.8 [risl ,La'wns, .
1a13, Madame:, 1 Lot, No. 121'lntendtncia- a it. 46 1-2 1 75 2 2111..2, 22 2 43 rate of one Dollar for the first insertion of 7-8 and,4.41rish linens, in whole and

I Villain: raJuhn' i Lot No. 524 Romana s'. 35 351! 3 .1..2 38JII every twelve lines or under ;' each subsequent half pieces, .

'\ t",":, m.ul1\11 Lot No. 20 Pulic Squ3.re.' 1.75 1 75'::' 17 1..2 'I 92 insertion Fifty Centa. Merchants 5-4 Irish sheetings, linen damask,

. )1'iatt 1, 11l1an, 1 J.rpen, \ 1 12 1-2 1. 12 I 11-.2 11 1.4 1 2iXtnlcues 4 and others advertising by the year, will 3-4 do. _diaper linen tickings,

, ., .. estate of l -: 2 67 be liberally dealt with. All advertisements Ladies' cotton hose, assorted,
; 1.2 Lo 2 43 24 must be paid for on demand ; eitheron 'White and coloured cotton h.\lfho,..

IM A'c I leaving them for insertion or subsequently Ribbed white, do .

N JAM IN WYMAN, at the option of the publisher Russia: diaper crush, &c. &c.. ,

I i __ I Perisacola, April SOth, 1825.-8ts.. ", C/Vw, Collector. All contracts for advertising the year, 6 cases gentlemen's & boy's beaver ..
be
must payable in advance.It
.
,' castor and roram hats. ;
J ( t. E. TJiy' the President ojf tte United State is, hoped that' all who subscribe will, ;AYD jy STOSE, .
c ; feel the, necessity of a ) with :
pursuance of law, I JAMES MOSROE.: compliance '
r and others IN the Gentlemen's, Ladies' boots 'and:
t President .( r. the United States, do abovecandctionslas the paper cannot -
l te on the public Hereby l declare and make 'known, that be continued without punctuality on the shoes, assorted, .
: i I: public sale will jbe! held at the. Land Office art'afthe Proprietor, who 'looks to hispatron's Brown and bleached :hlrtings.aad. :'

'V 9'who' at,T ALUD18SEE.in Florida the for the means of fulfilling-his sheetings '
: are:guilty on 'third en. *; Plaidn
a .,of the, United Monday.of May[next, for the disposal ,of gagements. '_ and stripes"checks; dovrUs,. ,
tii following.I 1 Sands ,viz Osnaburgs, blue and brown domestic
waste on public ; :
. ; ni that measures fl'oVnship 1, sapth of Range 1, west_ of SUPERIOR'" COURT and goods,'stout for: negro clothing;.
<1 enforcement of the,, Meridian ,line. 0/the Wetlern Diitrici of Florrio a variety., of other dry goads,. '

i r j : ) States in such cases '\\1 and 2 no th/()Range 1 do d .John Innerariiy V dtadeira'I'enerifle Superior cM MadeiraVine'inbottle%

i t ( ; i are hereby or Fractional 3 do do, do do andsweet'llalagaWine '..
; l ; offences forth. Township I '1, south, 1,2,3,4, & 5, east. J lu1'liffiin and a AY TERM, 1825. \ S qr.casks.; : '

will be prosecuted land ,:north, 1,2,3,45. Charles Mifflin,. J ,' I AND

,,' -v. Fractional township 3 .1,2,3, 4, & 5. I NOTICE A good assortment of Groceries.
4 q> ntl, at the city of The sale will commence with the 'lowest 1 HEREBY April 15tb, 1825.

) day:; of March 1825. number _of| section, township, and i i IS lessen the said GIVEN, That a suit be Territory of Florida, 1 *'
is '
1 Graham. range, and proceed in regular numerical and a writ of attachment parties has instit fed, S County Coat,
.t ", order The lairds' reserved by law for : issued against Escarobia *
County
'Land OJfice the of { the property.and. credits of the De N 1
8-qj. : use schools; or other.rurpbse. s, will I'. fendanta. October Tern;1.821.ON .
f! : be excluded fro n ,the sale. motion of .Adarn. Gordon Esquire
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, .1'l; Given, under my hand at the John Lee ':\Villia' ,.. 8, : Attorney for the Territory or-

: g -received an 'City Washington,the 26th! tRtt'y. for Pl'S 'IlonclaAHDIJHbU' That a.Rule be entered -, ,

Jl t ; his mme, 'which r GWdf January,.1825.... Dlareh'a,. ,1825-4 '-. 6t. against the defaulting: 'and
i [ ull persons I James Monroe* :. .. Petit Junn't_ to appear at the hextUrm ofw i
"' : ogee &: P this Court'and shew! T. if tbba.et r
cause
purporting. i to b,! Dy. the.Rreaidtn w rehernes. any
: nt d, tu, nqllle GEO, :OUA f'AMi. 100 Ba&?hgree'a Cottee, f why:they should not be .fined for
: their said default the Junr,1ft.-
ng credit to the, Comniissionerlotbe! Gen..Lantj,6liGce. ,5 boxes preserves, assorted ; Qrand
: ,\,: .. >. ;each.box,..received Sin the sum of.Fifteen Dollars each,. ;and; the
Schr,'
y !: T&-NoiE..4.' pet Ananda Juron"in the'sum' Dollar
> : Petit of Ten '
.j' I : ,,1;'hAltEGA; ; ; 'Malviha, .and for sale by '
be HPS i.L u I each. And,i'ia (further Ordered, Tli.it.a
\ herctJY.K! T
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n; afat next Stonjtf
1LI'' er lsb t. I '
LiL of copy of the above rule J 'be published 0
: :. theHon.. eCQUUtCotlrt: 1'present will ,
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of I ; ilJO: A..&.. maifefa, final, fie t ement'ofthe: vouchers. ,, :and E x.Cho' p f3on',J. Div-York I A true Copy from,the Kecord
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m ? estate of .. '
; 1 Cffell. Jacob Oden/laOofPensacoladec ,d.K"vJames'Carr ;F.f sale. in-. .sum., ,to, suit, purcbasert f .. '" Attest I' .' t

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