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 28, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Laws of,the United States.. I From the J at !';nth e.:Niagara Falls 'in :New From ,the ;4,4 l2.-jr- '
tadyj!. turnpike York. Hartford,, I r -11
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turnpike, tp Corners ,in count y,'Mar land, by Court House,. rg .
Froni! Bishop's the rlst.Frd, Darlington and by Kingston 'A- ;
r From M town of Granville, to the Post.Office linin said Dub inens..From., ,
4 sink l lF'alfs county, to Conewingo, :
to in ,the town of HartfotdV.and tn.ecti Washington to Athens
From the ,.'i'' cnce: to, the"W'post office in From C county, Maryland."' iNrom Columbia; by : Hart'
to the town Village in the .. IncwinR, .in Cecil conn- Cross RoadWi
: I t, I ""tn. _Lancailpr_ in ; Uiatnsvtlle : .a t ..
'. I I'J' county of State of, New York. Pennsylvania. F i Fin Fordl..orc ._.
From From Rochester, in the county From Belle Air' in Harford roea' and Fayetteville; to Pulaski.Krom -

From Monroe, by the way of Web cou Maryland, to Amos Car- Hardinsville,'by,McNairy ,,
Springs ?,tills and the rick Meet man's public, house, in said county CourtHouse' and Hardiman CourtHouse ,

BY AUTHORITF.' From g House, in Avon to Geneseo, ,. to, Tipton'Court House."'

Corners, ) the county of Livingston. "*- From Cumberland, by tresaPs- From! Jlcks.o.9. >> rtlsb rg, J
An act to to establish discontinue certain others.Post Roads viand le, to From Scottsvillej on the River burg, to !Western Port, and thenceto to Dyer Cuurt. ,Rouse.' \ ''''''

Be it enacted by the Senate and From to Rochester the:county the Yoiigh Green Glades I ,A1leghanv -_ From Pulaski, by Lawrence. I

\. House of Representative*' of the burg,; Monroe. i county. burg, to WaynesboroV' ". JIf ,

United State of America in Congress Schenectady. Front Geneseo to the Yor 'Post In Kirginia.-From Liberty, by rom-Reynoldsburg' by' ,Paris, .

assembled, That the following From, the by William Landon's our Chambliss' .store, to Taylor Weakley Court House,' 'to Obioa
through ; and from York Pot Of- store. :Court House.
Post Roads be established :
In: Maine.-From Camden to Virgil', to the ce, by ':l/bwlersville, to Caledonia, From Middlebourne, by Salem, From Monroe to Tomkinsville. ,

Vinalhaven. in Cortland county. 1 i to Clarkesburg. Kentucky f ,

From Portland, by Cumberland, Fro o \ From! Batavia, by way of Alex From Harrisonburg to Frank Front Mu.rrreeiboroH 'n- ,

Wal.iut Hill, in North Yarmouth, and Mansville Attica, and Thorn on's lin.. derson's, Toliver's; 'Store, Beech

Pownal, Durham, Lisbon Four and from; ills, in' Sheldon, and to the title From Culpepper Court Houseto GroveStone Fort,Hillsboro'. ,Pleasant '

Corner?' Lisbon Little River Village ni'n Square, Settlement in Chinaall/ in ,Orange',Court House. Plains, Caldwell's ''Bridget to

Uowdoin, Litchfield, and I Square, Cicero county.. From Hagen's'store, in Preston Jasper, or Marion Court. :House. t
Hallowell to Augusta ; and that ra c use. From I Covington, by way ofNiddlelierrY county, to Smithfield. on'the Cumberland From _:Jackson,' ;by Hay wood

". the present post road from Freeport From Pike, ; Academy, Warsaw, road. >.. < Court House, and Tipton CourtHouse

:o Bowdoin, be discontinued. From Gainesville, in Gennesscr From Ha en's store, Crab. Or- Daniel.; Treadweil's, oil

From Rumford (point to Andover Collins, to to i the townof Pike, in Al- chardKingwood, by Armstrong's Big Creek. : From I county. cross roadsMartin's.Glady Creek From Dover.

in \he county of Oxfurd. gany Reynoldsburg'to j
From Portland, through West- : St. Clairsville, From I\New" runs'rckNew-Jer- to Bill/ burg.. From Huntingdon, by- 'Gibson c

brook, Falmouth, 'Gray, New I I From I ''y, by vray of Souierville: Plucka- From Lewisburg, by Frankfort, (Court House_ :o Dyer Court jp
Gloucester-Poland, Minot, Turner i Byron, to m n, Pe "pack, Chesler: and Flan to Hunleraville., J House. '

Livermore, Ja.yV lton, u I From to l ew Town.) From Monroe Court Houe, From 'Hardinville, to Florence, \ '

Farmington.From From In Peiinaylvania,4From* ; Wells crossing New River at. Ht'nry Alabama. ; 1'

Bangor, by Orono, Birch Lexington,' t' by Comler.port and Ball, inker's' Ftfa'y-tn John Pack's In Ientueky.-From Frankfort, 7 :

Stream Settlement, Kelmarnock, Lexington to Smith port, to War tea.' From,Nicholas CourtHouse to I by Gist's w'Stepaefs, Yeocum's and ;,

Maxfield, I Siboois, Piscataquois, Froni From'i, Pennsborough, by Web the mouth of Gauly; river. MacsvilleVto Springfield.

I Passamaduko, Sunkhaze, and E- sia, upi West :. n t ll's, fc Edred's, to Means- From .Fiucastle"by New CastK', From' Pike Court House toT

dington to Bangor. by John |\ *' Giles Court House, Peteratown, izewell: Court-House: in. Virgin-! 1

From Bangor to Houlton Plan From From jWiniamsport I up the Ly- ,Union, Sweet SpringSxPrice h Ja. .

tations. Branch'; of .Creek, through Canton Covingtor., to Fincastle. From Frankfort. ., by ChristianburgandRubr a i
From Anson, by Embden and and the!Little Columbia, We.ls/Sc*' South- From Leesville, to Pittsylvania ert'a- Storeto Lyncj!!- a t
Cerestown Elmyra in N York. Old Courr House." L' ,
Concord, to Bingham. 1 to ew- .burb' e
From Craig's Mills to Otisfield. From From Tunkhannuck, through ,From Petersburg, by Halifax .From RusselsvilleinK'ntuckb ,

From the Great Fails in Ber- Norwich. Eaton, Asylum, and Court House. and.. Hagood's storeto Elktbn, Red'RiverForge, to I
Rick, by Berwick and South Bervick From '' :to Meansville. Danville. Clarksviile, in, 1'ennessee. then co. : '
, \ Elliott and Kittt"ry, to Ports German. From Meansville, up Towanda Front Lovingston by Mill Grove, to ''Yellow Creek Furnace.' t c
mouth in the State of New-Hamp From: the : reek, through: Munroe 1St Frank toi5teele's-tatern. t I. From Srjejbyyille: l.q New':Casitle. :

shire the county of ne i t in l, to Jacob. Granlier's, ih, Can From Lexington, by Pedl r's insted,. gy.iug'ito i : ; !i l Ffank- 1 J

From Paris lo Augusta, through village of I Mills to LynchHurg, and to return': fort to 'y-ew Castle;and from Mid. ]

Buckfield, the south part of Hartford -, Newark, on the I From Millersburg, by Berrys- by Pedlar's Mills,- the Narrows"dletown, tp N ew Castle5o ; /, :t = I

and the north part of Turner, From the i urg, to Gratztown. and the Forks of James River' ., From GreeD .bul'g:; ,to Mutifordville 1

and through \Ya'D'and Win- the county of' From Bedford, by the way of Lexington. bv the way 'o.r' Sr Tnervtlie :}
throp.In of Yatesville, uckstutr'n ana We wry, to Blair's. in JYtonn Cu' & .-Fii'iu rioti- .;.. 1..ld............'. % -: ..." It !

Ntrv If am/is" hire.-From Andover town of \ ap. 1 j vine North Carolina, by Philip From Hopkinsville, ,by Crud I

and Grailn Turnpike, by ., 'rom ,, From Tijumbowc.nwlle, by Spin- Britain's, Charles' C. Cars... ,n's.'- sey's i12i1Flat! LickDperjjand: .

Andover, Danbury, Grafton, U- thence, thr..UI,, 'r8townU\ pp r Milford, and Eastalbe Gap. M'Kenney's, in, La.. I Paris, tol lingt9nJ in. Tennea

rahge, Canaan, and Lime, to Or- Italy and the ", to Brainings, in Le- raway, .by the High Shoal, Little see.. 4yr, fj,;' jr*. ;i, *" I.,

ford. I to Pen Yan. 1 coo ty. River, Ke'pwee, and Boonsfordj tp I From, 'Eddyyille,. by Waldes* '
F.om Dover, by Rochester, Mlit From ter From franklin, ; Warren.. Pendleton nCourt, House, .Bout, : boro' to Paris in' Tennessee' ',_ "
South Carolina. ,. ..
through [ ; "1
ton, Wakefield! Ossipee.east'ol'theLake From Columbia by Marietta to Frbmj'Hardinsbtfrg 'to Rome'n
Creek, through From Raleigh,, by HttlemiNaU, ,
and Eaton -
to Conway. n. t i 'the 'Stutetif' Indiana Sief
From Newport, by Croydon 'anc son,. to From Mount Pleasant Jones'.1..Hbpwct d., ? ?.:, ,. -i ,t'b1" 'it fl {1 ,
by Dig- phensport. :
Grain im, to Lebanon. From From .Statesville, Ire del county; '( ... ?* t. {' .**
atl's Turnpike, to ,Lackawaxin, From Smithland .'i the/mouthv
From New Angelica. to Wilkrsborough.bY.mount Pi s:". y
Ipswich, through n the Owego .and Milford of l* *' JT> **V *
f. Peterborough, to riancoCk. From ike. I gah. );, I enness.ee'Rtver 4 f\ anp iVrcK"ac-: .
In YC'rmont.-From Manchester Canedde ',H I From Raleigh, by .F JJhd.al1Jr':, ken. Court House,1 an'd: A \ayqefd I II'

by Arlington, to Cambridge, ville-centre ', From" I;;aston, by Stockerstown, Stagville, and Mount" Tirza, to' to Paris,. in, Tennessee.* :. 3';r f a:
and Snidersville *
From Edmontonin
'Glasgow to
in New York. From I Roxbocoti h., .1 i '' ",1 ::1 I

From St. Albans, by Sheldon From ,! & 'p .' From Lincolnton, by Jacob_ Full: the:couniy." of,Barren. 'V .. .fir .....' J.
From,, Fogelsville, through Fmrii; Glasgow to PrjewUt'
and Enosbur ;to Berkshire. I Pen Yan. enwiler's. rv &vile, and Moore_ : *
,to ,Hal1) ur h. ; :
Frtfm West Poultney From ) borough, tVRutherfordtpn- i Knob t irf'Barren"county; ;;_ : !' ;
by Hamp ,
From I Bethlehem to Mauch From Xugustat 1Vdodw'ards to Mrys 4. rt 1 :
ton, Fairhaven. den, Bergen, From Elizabeth, by, .Beatty's ,"wFrbiri _. }.
or Cta 'sv,1Tt. '
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From Middlebury, in Vermont ton. Abridge! ,M ong. Creek, .bridge, and Jxwbville ''
From ell. !,f ont,, by Karthaus, I ,by Transylvania, West. .
to Bridpore From : Milton, thenceback to.Eiiz.abelh.. and ... )
Chimney Point, Lum ts, and Hamil-1 I r port, jLy nchburgy.to ,Bedford." + :l
ber Point, and Moriah Post Office, go Falls. in NewYork.* to From, pnslpw *Court: ;House; ,to. In QlUD.r=_-t.,.rom CbJicothe, b yG teen. .:.
to Elizabethtuwn in the From Locke, John A. "Ey eret t's. field, Leesbur. g, Wilmington, to, .Le.. ::
of. From Je Tenon C "
New York. Ferry Post by : rmichae 1- ; 'Wesburouh to Salisbury banon.' :, .'
and Masontown : From- GrefentUIe: to 'Shanesf lIr?'III.Y *
New. ;
From From in North Carolina.: .. .
Danville, tbro'ughValden, v ; -'( Mei-cer :! .!.. <. .J H'
Hardwick,' Greensboro', Craft countyofErie.; : l. ; ') 1: From'Pittsborqugh,::by Joseph: From.Lebaqopjby Franklin,...Gernmn.
From [ :
bury, Kelly-vale, and_ Montgomery From t soupt.town t ariettai\ ; in I. 13eo P'k's. ,1V!illiam LindJey's.store, town, '!J, cnfsjfer,..and,Eaton. to.Cpn&crtFrom1tfo5nt"Vernon'tb
aster. .
viUe. : ..
lo, Berkshire. Guilford, to No 1: ; -I .!'f : I It Jehu .Barter's; AibrightV store. ,,' Marion. .. J
ron Ebft 1 i} ,
1t\hurg,: ough Lc ;; ,
In Connecticut.- From So th- From e '' > and 11Q,ant.Jsleaasato'Pjli| I' Long'a.stpre,.Hatliey's millst,'Mat From Hudson, by Boston, ltichfitI f ; I '

bridge, in Massachusetts,'by the Salem, tb ,'Rid g burg. bin's store, to Greensboroug ..,.jo :-: ,and Hinkley> ;to. Brunswick"roin.parJaTun. / '\ i
Presbyterian Meeting House, in From.Cht.st. .p + f ,i- I Kroro,, .Charlottejrby Hope, :: well iOJbe: county of Geaii...'. ,
the second society in Woodstock, Otterkill, and 1 From Belmont r_*, through' HarM : Lhtirc't'i, to'('Beat ", ', a.t'1fCf.: ,* gat to fxtavHuntsburgh! ., Montville, _
Easifurd ) })', 1.anstill ..Windsoran dFroirt3al': 'm ** t { ""* *' 'rhornpson,'- [to Uiuonville Po t-Onoce,
by Society in Ashf Montgomery, ; Chaplin \Vin ham From H3 : '
Franklinto /J ' : ,. : t" .
Chelsea Landing', in Norwich "tort t 4' MiI l : From Bl omsburg in Columbia 'Xrom Ralergh i h, by jSmWayhesborbngh tE1ttlet'l., ._ From,;W rren"by:CanfielJ ,and New..
Connecticut. N() lesvin -' ; by vay of Fishing! Creek*' ; SfH'ngSprm'g. 13ao k". Lisbon;toSteuhehvlleFrom \

That the mail from Norwalk to ,Berlin.; t M'. 'lColumb us, in Luzerhe county; .: ill,/Hookerton',-'Ki.csto.n, : ..A htatmlai 1 ,on\ theTurnptke by.
+ From Alleniown i in the to & 1t arr tn'nd.Vou'ngstown, to'Poland..Prim ..- ..
Bridgeport than From Vienna 'c Nt'wbern.
pass l from 'Kel-1 I k ; _. Cadiz.j .b"lil.Runile1 .,
logg's Mill > Lehigh, by' the way of'Kraus's i From MurfrefesbbrbBgh'toYin'I- : ,,,. d'E\e".
through the village of f Hagerstown town .t7ciitreviller. '" .
Millri er, to the village of- "Fairfield farkfFrom IKt"tfHal iet?', the Water"Gapi soya, 1 'h ". 1 ._ Fwipri.VVaiTcni.by; ,ienna;+ ByookncId. ,

in Connecticut.In field. ;. Iid ,Lehigh on, to Mauch C'hunk) In 'S "ith: CaronaFrom; Hami 1 uartfor Vcrooin.Kiniman" yiUuvmsfield

ifaasachuatltsJ-Fro m 'Boston f-rrq'AJI. lIC' .' t r l. the count _of Northampton. burg, ,by-.:(l xtlpde&oS.I: art ..s.L.Jot, i.fn. lern AV"doverPterpbuui H" ****' >i And'"' -Munroe.* ."' .JH nto1.. 8* 4'

by' Bolt 'n; Sterling, Prince Brm swill's '. I Frol1)Or i ig burg, by Schuyl- M iddleton's 4' '''Richard''Park')y,.,Ed-_ 1_ tew&8&tf&S$$::ilpset ir.Mecca1; .

. tnn, Barre, Shufesbury,l Leveret, Haven: 'rird b'.urg" Pine, mund Acheson's, and'Ewet1' "HiH'sito ''ilec .Le'btnorr: ;;I eitrs x.trio ;'JFII'erioro

: and, Sunder andtb Bloody Brook.Fibra Ffom.O: ve,' bfumpstown, to"Joae .Ab5el1le. ,. 'ri / ta tr! 1.j'WaJ nex,G@tsvtis'x:
1 Columbtiab ''M''Cord'i ferry J(>hnatgwfr; $.'.1R.Ict.. "VamiiL.r'"
Worcester, through neca? ; .; t. From Y ,. la'mati ;
w 'biJ 1st aid A"Jton.
high\vayto: to,Nelson a fe rr'Yi/'df San -
Boylestown Lancaster From In3 iaria"lb
I Barnetts, in + to-S YnL" '
Harvard, Littleton, AVeatford, he State,road>> ', ff rl n ,coin\yJ and, to disco tee,1'j intersecting( the roamCamdidh ; ou.te" From Wboster to Talnudge. 6"

t Cffelmsford, to the East,. C't'elm to tbe: o.tIR; the' pot rp't 'bet -eeii, Indir ;beth, ". and 'Charleaton J ,'&, .;" ,.F 1)ia.IJjp! lilttolitiuingtoontit 'Litte. .
. ford Post' Office 4iCa.to' Sac e and From Wate'rjt .jrou'gh .. .tohi fence c ulty.l, tq jeturn.. by.tlP14w5bt .Gtiiah i *; '
Massachusetts.. Bedrord.. .. ,. ",-. ,.' s t' dell ;
Froth > aIn >' 'Fork of the""SaItcatHeriSt.: t#(a )9tio Pl.Virginia.;r
Lancaster, 'by' Stfr'Iing, Delaw ,re.- }'rom' Laurel, by,_ 'c' if i"4-',I I* <*;:s :Fr m orrtaWwrij: / Bjirnesyilj ,tact., .
Princeton,' Hubbardsldwn' Pete P ort,,"''Wells/! : i ( lomewt. i ,_"'f slcGorraellsvifle,'IO'Bfistot.. ', *
re. .n .steerY, Northweit. lFor t. "jw I ,- /; --
_ bam, N rw 'Salem, 'AVendcN and van, to. .Man. a b d n t '.Creek r IFi om' am'br 4it .f'Jr, (+n e mn .From-ilanafiild. ,'by Busyrius. ,taUpper':
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Sandusky. > < ;
Montague Froni the ,< rt : .
to: Greenfield : : ;
and that : s o ; '
LS From New '. } tifrom. ;
: HaVtft.to T'ifflrt. .
the town 'of Lima,: ,1. i 1 Ij .Gold. -"' 1. :r: \ = '
.Wasuchusetta} post road from. Springfield1, in to 'he''VillaSo) let tFrom, 8m ,r.n.in; ;Kent .coo" /.I >> ; ,,verSandusl rtbta; .1-d. .::.. .;r' '
,. ta Stafford.. *n From ey+rYoq.Courtttoft e ..
D cut'b'e 'discontinued. ',* 'county .of1 = ii-Que., J : inouth f '-1.ti 1\ f "f'T. ._.U. t 1 ", '"

4. ..,1rf Ptw For*.-{from ChitUninr" : From:'tli ''.t+1 i ; tle ":: Trpni ,Hbulitbq' Court: : House, ,, ,TnbiJ_ +inca'Rusb': ,6"' :: lt .
. ; \ g ton, (latje. Head-; of Chester,) gnoxvllCr I ewitiun', and 'Fa ne .J..
; to Fayettevillc : ? ,by, t ,. t : 1.!: : VJ1 toWniritik. .LSberty/a .
to interiectj'ihe r : :Saddler's': ,crpas;':roads,, 'ia taid" eti tlltt atd De'K alb4; ttrt' ou. le.,. 'thence) .a.H.h. ._.;..-; W.t..! ,
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mfirld; btoominpn, .4n4. an:action,ofvabou ,len :miriutei. 'f' 1 1l I ihe ', rr\rn'indrspXB; ; )\hliJfo,' the. .:be 'b fdlit: e1J i *t ;C anandai' : .\Ch'"tlt.turiJ' : 'rj 't f, np r.l
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eS&sssK'SFrom: mll1 %: ; ; : ; of its, due 'authority., gdafor':the purpose taking says an idei of
1' 2 cUItin shore it anchor, and, >he maintenance, to' place ,themselves. ,on a: 'the rage of .speculation in cotton j'i, .o.

t. w ashm., on.;,, ..- Columbus, byCtioctaw bjtwere immediately manned I -From'Ihe i ,A'atiotialJwrnal.We footing' \h other professions, and 'we: would merely state that the tl

the 111 : Agency Jackson, Port Gib- r "tb vessels. Up'onn-a-ing hive seen with much regretthe to receive", an equivalent for their same" parcel'>as, (taring the week* -
Gn..enitle'aihington, Natchez, : J.te they 'were fired upon ; of the great labors, changed owners six or set en lime
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and WiMxhillr, to SU FianciifiHe!" I .. e" of the boats cheeringtmniediately ,which have mass'of.I'I [If a General Conventionwere without/leaving the banc! of-thfe
Lousiana. 4 .. returhrd 'he fire.- newspapers details of held of all the Proprietorsof factor<" -
woOhmebi LIberty, Holmes- : un.eto; hand, filled with, to be,
'" f'rum Columbia, .\u-usta;: and \\"anches.ter The 'pirates then endeavored to murders( s, which must ,excitetne, Public) Journals in the United X Charitable/ a ci 7on! .." '\
Tile, -
to St. Stephen In Alabama.tem ,. make! the shore in'tht'ir boats,'and deepibhOrTefl in every well i tatt's'jt is qu-Jt probable they -Mr. Moses, ;JctTiies'ii, an advertismient -

. Jackson; bv Copuih Court House by swimming ; hut several were 'rrRulttek mind. If we were inclined (.I might come .to resolutions which in 'the "..Genius of Liber- I

. Monticello. Columbia, and Ford' to snot I'm the water, and. the re L_*. t'u' copy into; our Journal |i I would make Their labors at once ty,". printed !'in i 'Fayettr: Cbumy,

Shieldsbonmsh.- I -- ?.._LL.._ "V"l'n_ mainjler pursut"d.on shore ; 0) these melancholy instances of human 1 more useful to,the public and to (Pa.) asserts, lhat, ,_a certain per&qu
:) -
From and J&c"snQ"oy the Kocky Spring n ,UU'1'p 0 Gibson. which means 5 were killed and 19 depravity, the .variety of themselves. As the.vocation now did, at the last, si-ssionrpf the court,

I ton,. madeprisoners; and the schooner, of more important matter which is :!: stands, the situation of a Publisher attempt to" injure :his.. ... character ,

rom" WaslingtOn. bl McathileManI! hurntVafter taking the, wineout. always accumulating on ourdesk of a newspaper, except a few but, as the person: .** is: now lying 'I

ticello t and fltinr'et0.M"Pet.t! Gulf.' ', ..I II I her with which she was loided.The would be sufficient prevent us. I i cases in the commercial cities, isI ill, ard in his master the Devil's

."- 'From From (Greenville;ulum'JU to by hamilton, and the WM.H:; ___ -"; _ha'_r. just"'siurrtduIl1 landrd.he, We are $ opinion', however, that j one of pain and dependence, in- hands," Mr.Jeffrieseiy charitably

.l".tsnn '-_...--t-, : ,. r1 "/ llr 1't-r; Tr(1 wounded, with sabreiuts-" bmon!! the repu jlicatiun of these atrocities .stead of being one of ease and in- hopes ihat'he (meaning always the '

Green. Court House.
flouse.k From Woodv'rtle' to Pinkneyville, ; he has 5 wounds. On and to gratify a feverish curiosity, themselves, for one thing, as they this world, for his deceit &nd trea. "

; li 'contmue all-oilier post mads in said the 26th, the day 'after the afFair, at the, rik of some injury to thy I are required to pay at short credits cherj so that he may not have the

S I State,except those to the seats Justice, thr boats kIt in with, captured and moral structure of society. The i & punctually, for all the materials trouble
' ias soon as the same can be effected consistently ,- burnt another small schr. the crew of tenor these details are given in ihey use, for wages, and for nt"xt.-U. 'S'. Gaz.

I"I .II.llIino-From vvith existing contracts. to LewFrom of which were the i identical mt-n the I public prints, the more fami- I their 0\\-11 maintenance, to exact Conjugal Aff.ctioA gentleman

jStOWUspI Springfield that ,niurdered ,the crew of the liar does ,the reader become with 1 payment from others as rigidly. lately died in one of our ,adjacent .

Carmi, by Fail Held to Vandalia.In Amenc'tn brig Betsey, (.f VViscasbe Ihe .char ctl'r of the crime ; the But this is no where done/]] villages, who, several years

Jwri..-"From New London on \) blitz account of hich excited cauaes in| which it originated ; and iAor. Int. since*, w..s sorely afflicted with a

the Mississippi: river, oy: Riyette, ,to bo much just indignation thro'- tht qrcumst&nces attending it.- Joy to our brother! The following boil, so much so as to be compelled I
Frankli, on the Missouri river. out the The illians Thi i,ram** lial'hy has an inevitable editorial notice is from the for evt"J'al'day to preserve I
unhappily I
,: From St. Louis, by St. Ferdinand, to St. country
Cb3fl s. : escaped to the mangrove tend ncyjto lessen the dread and St. Cluirsville (Ohio) Gazelle ol the .same position of his bo r.-

I That the Tost Road now established, ))USbi. The chief officer o'f the horr\r which; it is proper that the 23d 1 in*t. whose Editor, like an i One clay he made an fffoit to go

'"on tile south side of the Missouri nyrr, port (:.Villa Clara) where the piratical cnm| should? produce on the feeiings. -' honest fellow, desires all his nu- i. ntv, his cellar and draw some cUder

;!'t::;' from St'. Louislo Boonville)! fchall'pass by schooner was fitted out, is \\|e are led insensibly: to men,us and respectahl1 readers to I and took with him an old blue

the seat. justice' of the county of Gasconade. ainong tnose taken i Th.ey state mark\de\ rres's ,of atrocity, to draw 'joice iti his happiness. Wehopfhe and) while hug, which for jitany

.'\t In .i/l4hama.-From Dale to Marengo. that they had a privateer's com- compUrisbns I between one murder, nia\never.' have. occasion years haci been, an ornarm-nt in the

From'lirernville to Montezuma. I". nnssion and deposited $600 in and atothjer, and ,thus to become to invite their sympathy in distress -, family, and having hobbled to his

; -: '* FrumMintgomcr) to Coo&au da. the hands of the Governor or commander the virtual apoK. ists of crime.In .- : -' : cellar stairs, unforiurutely tiod
f : Discontinue: the (post>> route from Augiwtn kgJl view we admit that hIt that man should, hich prrd itat.
'1"' or the above place, as seem a ts not good : upon a.potao: ,
: .., And by that Foit the Jacks Po,tmaster h Coo&i\v\U.General ne authorized ity. Ont Of the pirates taken grades! punishment\ should ex- bf' alone.-TheEditor' has the ed him to the bottom ..f the t cellar,

:f by him thought expedient 1 ps oneof tnobe who was reprieved jsi.and! that the penalty sh'uld be pleasuieof inl'driuiug his numerous breaking boil' and,. puUinK him

: cause agnail to ,be transmitted by water at Jamaica, not long since, on account adjudged \with i reference to thcircuiiis and rvspecmb.e readers, that in the niosi exriuci"ting pin-

J:; from the city. of Mobile to the city of New of sai' ing the life of Lieu:. i ncrsivhirh attend the commts he has taken a Partner, nor for 1, 2, His .' tender spouse hearing .the

J .Orleans, Hubson.( The Seagull has onboard ioi. olf lite ,offence. But that OF any term o* years hulas long as noise, ran to.the top; of the stairs
From liellefonte, Jackson: i
Gunter'tt Landing, to BlounUvil.e.county, by the figure head of a vesseL, sjern and pen-re morality which isCt'mvit we both shall live'-not for the and called. l. out-:-My dear, have

FruniAthins, Lirnestjne County, by which' was fuund in me piraticalschoonerj the! o.11QStfUI'Uy of society purpose of assisting in- the labors you, ruken 'he mug ?, Smarting

I Ea
drkausut.-Ifrom; Hcmpstead Court to ihe's' 'ip B.liz-. a trader !bl'. I ," in criiu-s I which mil merely with him in Mile's joys and 1 will ; ,and immediately ''lasi;rd it

IIou (', by LUng Pfftine. to' Nacintoches New York and New I endanger thr social vicissitudes -. agaitist'heyall.--Xat. Journal.. ,
Luiiisiara. ,I"* r .. tween Or- ; compact ... .. ... ,
> ', -
-- -- -
1l Fruiij Little Hock to')lonr *,1..ouls'ant. leans. I udestaiid from the of- 1 but lend to>> root out -ciey altogether I He should have given' %liis leadirs li := '.:
] }
: ; And ficeis ofihe Gull the bu- It nust turn a ngd: and the of the lady whichwi.uld }II ;J1e/\ ,"
jhjdMiiUjtirrsent! : rortte iro\n Clark tha' ; name -....-'- ," <
;" : (iourt! House,jto .achitoches, Louisiana, dies of thirteen unfortunate crt-- unrern'ing! | hunt to e\rry degreeof havl"TJ1t"cI' the tide ol from the ./\C2.J')J'*> Gutte, *Vay 4.:'

.bedhCcutllluhl. i,tures were found tied to trees on atrocitytof cbaracu The congratulations, and perhaps of, Latest Jr< m-J ngtand:-.:Xlieshij>

Si c. Z.ditdbe, further enacted, shore: ;wh'a.t vessel: they belonged instant aduits extenuau-, it opens business, by adding IWr friends, to Milton, ani\ed yesterday frt mliverpool

I 'That all j>ost: OLjt''!i, whidi here- i to has not yit. been ascertained the' Wa, ) for justification! ; and his. This mude ot announcing with London dater to ,

:: "iff IT, uithih the t, rm of three *ucctssive > from the pirates. May John Adams the mo.mehtitadnii is that the saciifice marriages i is new, probably, & Jo the 29th and LiWipocl'.to 31stof ..

:i years,, faito\ yield one & \ tesa .avourto them than : :of |uinun life, under any -njosl of our readers, but i it is 1he! I March inclusjye. The only' in- "j
fourth 1JaintsMonrcel '
ol hr i jj
I expense' in'oiden. to \ ." : c.iicumsiance*, al -the iiistigaiionif t-stabiishcd custom in some couniiesof |i teIii'nce of :,any moment is the .

'itses.ahlistmierr, shall hi discontinued ,- I A IVver of a'C'ry ;malii'nant individual anger or rm-ngi:, Europe, (>>t"rmany for example -t| accounts of the Cotton niaikrt, I
by thfPostm.ibi.eiGene.ral I
unless in ; type prevails ht.r.e-out ff10 1 in- may be juiltifievl, that moment tlu, for the parties to nllfu'cl'I : which continued, to, intjive| ..Owing 1
catS \vhrre it.m he .
I J ) 'habiiairs. 43 are on the sick lis\ moral (power: which sustains communities H'ir own marriages, c..nn -cing to the (}Ze31eICt01 EasttalyMinds ,

! ,, necessary 'of'a asia connection: or continuance !idtroads. air cuttinginev'r}. :di- i's' \\ eaketid, and outrage with it an advertisement of their there had not )eehIuny, .ariivuls 1.

?. .rou' "b.r routes-: rcciipn,. ; which will,no doubt'cO'l(. assu'!!'rs a bolder and more business, Sec.-Idem. i ,at Liverpool for .several, ,

") Provided.bi also, Ttia't'lhis, sectiojiahall dur.e to, the health of H,e place. dangerous altitude, Eery. thing Onhe-in<.urnuily merry mutter ei4y.r4Ve have been favored* by, ..
not go construed to deprive .
;:; the st..tl-'uf in I .'....J-'rrjm the \ whicn jppe|"rs like giving notoriety of f "matriiiioniol'l' ronn, xionfe," a.coniniercial. ml with lh$ folio ...
; justice each ulioncillil'dlig nrfr.
f k : to such. Offences, it seems lo-us ihe Editor nf IIP "JCaiional EJ gisIbiak.s I .\ tt.C t:tract, of a Utrvdated:
of to'aria Chinese D inner..ut Sinrufibrr.Singapore .
r 11't from ctjuuiy saHt'tuwn.one :n.ait'goiug : is an 'Ularni: belong desirable u aVfJICI. Publication this opportunity to-decJarf, ihe evening of the 30th bf Match,s .

t:1 :-xSe'c. 3j.dnd be further t1ta' tfd, ing to Great Britain, siuatef near is, in fact, in expose fie infirm ;5' that he will cheerfully inform the ', Since-, ,mi u* by the D.xna J! ,'we t;
oi the nature in which we participate fiiejiUs of tlu that have ,had arrivals. lh] demand
j # /That the mall r'lus'' from Morganiouin (tit- 'so tii'-rn extiehVity of Ala'ldccut parties they : IF c
::1. 1. ,,h)' & / rc'A'ard:' Iing- -,In June last, Mr.Haki; a Chinese -it is io lay open the disgusting have been married, tr hanged, or foi Co<<;,, \.on i il m-st nin Atrd. The.total .. .

;: : wood, Armsliong's Cross RoadS; -' merchant, t"ntd'.iille'd'tti' charnel, house of the human thai any otheruitfurtutiate acci- sales, of thesthree, firs, day* ;+ .

; 3rlArtius i, Gludy: ..CreekBilisb'ui go, wholpf t tu\ Eu 1'0pl'ali me'rchahts passions to'the' eye' of a miserable, dint has befallen them, if. sufficiently or ,the week were 29,500 bbKS-; f

LcedsviUe, I Heverly. Travell is* 4': ) itt.lryom( ers'oi' ihVcjty ofSincanorr I and licentious curiosity,: asif:wewere authorized so to do' Every ['This da.y.ibout' lOOOObags- more t

i :Repose, 1 IIuDierayillf tFr.. nkfori4 { with a splendid: Chine ftal't"uJ lest any of its luathomensv 'certificale 'of marriage under wereaold! ; '..ahdjprices artfully: 1- t

." toLvw1slurgfroin\ : Hagfit's sV7-dinner.:: In the Dill 't'fal'e.I *(lOU Id he undiscovered.Let "the proper hand ol l the bridegroomor higher,than. ; last week, -,16| ha\e' f'
: i
: i IT to Murgantown ; from Lew find the following "Deliciousf.ovMhes the secrecy; which th e imagination bride, or even of any acquaint- bern paid for ,Boeds.andfua: t

t1ftl't'; isbu"K", by Nicholas Court Hous ,I ;".-.Soups of birds' nests, always connects'' ,' with.the-, a.nc"Ifdulautht"lIticattd. by an lot of old, oljas? good qualify ,as I a

to RUtidVa Court House, in Virfcifua f ()gs' aMid. 'ducks' livens; a hasher perpetration of mururr: accompany at:computiying slice of the weddingcake hvcvereen. (> 17d iiavr een re- I

; by, atiI the saii.e. are 'hereby) jl strued' Elephant tails, with a the crime throughout tii its shall ,be printed ill lused.! U p,(') l a change:; : ,uf wind we I

;! discontinued.Sec. ). ,auce of. lizards' eggs; a stcvedOrcupine punishment.' Where tile pub1i the fairest; types that can. be mustered 111 u have, ; J laige! annals, bp; ,I.-"do t

!4T; 4. ind be it further" ;> served up wih the fat ion of facts, indeed, is: necessary, .. fpr the melancholy occasion..Id. net (hink, thi-y ;".HI.. affect p.nces "

!fhat'\n PostmasierGync-ral. max. of turtle; fisn maws, served(: up to the detection of the rnakf4cSran materially, if .at all / .*' < ." C

44 whenever: he .deems, ij' expedient :with a sea tvee.d; a platter full hornipes' exception is 'o he madt-"Bul, :4cIQWJQiuniii ; Gambling has Indditiqn! to-ihe 'above, Gpres t

cause .the mail) to be, jrlinspora.urom eyes, garnish .ro'untf'trie in every other': case', it would'{ be passed the Legislature of ILLINOIS;' Aht'I': t .. '. ie: 3 1st y.s", :he; r

( Si. Charles, in the' State ol I border with peacock's: \' "combs, well to avoidevery thing like' no? ;;by, w.hich a iincof<25 dollars imposed Cotton. ;Market, : ,h; s been. t', "trt'me-, :I

) Missouri; to Aankjin; "in said (this dish' cost g200;) jt'lIif's..11a;' loriety the' tendency 'df which isfrequently -on any person who 'may J ly animated; The -...wetTuesliiylast :1f"p i" : ii

);iitr, hy Isle seat. of lustice ol', Vom the RhinoterW hide; fruit tb make the offender an'nhjt' ,hereafter (bring, or cause to be pnces,gerurra ly| ,advapcel.kaiing a

_ Callaway and Boone 'courpie.S! in. from Malacca th'd11ha; ''wines ". t of public, curio, ijy, and even braugklimo the State or shall ; off about.. 2dj per tit

Bteacl. of the route* now establish'- from Europe, &c. The; p.art.y( remained of public-sympatiCy' ,when the sell, or offer for sale, any pack or I lb..higher ihari 'the, picvicusJuesdav ; -' h;

r '. by-law ; and may ah'o 'cause. ,lh, <- at the table until '3 o'clock. true interests of society require: ,l1a ks.. of playing cards, or any ,Yesterday the_ .deniancICon-, !
: ; mail to transported from,Frank. ihenext'mofiiing: (: "ab'buijuls time that he should! ,! atone "for, .his guilt, dice, or billiard balls, or 'any: ojhrr tiIlUt"d, and about 10,000, bags were. 1
lin to Liberty, ih tne wine had under every circumstance of ignominy '-. device or thing, invented made of r;
Clay /cuunty, 'by made animpressionoiiithe or sold at an advance Ad...' Lr: ,1 Jb.
:: i i v
*" 1
the beats justice! of:trie. counties!: heads cjf somt1 of \h. 'P' rty, I and execration. 'ro-dayfor for the purpose of be ing'4 use?! in above the 'jkesof; the day be-C tltl

ij., of, Saline, Lilla'rd, 7ndr >Ray. instead d nd, Lheg1s'r' (- was heard {() I the i first linursince.the, co'mnll'n: games of hazard ;, alsoj(,@, j nne of ,fore. : 'Jr-_ tlel

of the route now,established, tingle:' ih 'diff 'rent parts5: of The ment of our paprrj-.a'niu'rder' committed 25 dollars\ on any person 9r :persons Liverpool, March 31. -.-Arrjvqd.; eln

g h} ,.JAiW: ', _, 'I ,; II room; all I:, however, eifded lit per- in'th'e.. .w..lnoticed l- ''.Un" (. a 'Stales.t ,'is. AV\XO ,siiall buy ..orioffer- the Ann, Jejiis.ail.i \ frDm Car Jigan, 11t
r. CLAY,. II' f.cililirmons" m'our columns. purchase such cards of <
7 ; i .' any; pack1 ot, with \p ba/esfiantd quariiity:
!4 Speakcr.of Hou'e.of Reprf's htath' s. ''We" Hi. -:--'- -. ..... / ). ;cficr,,,or b'liliajd blls,'; also, ,0. tinepj,25 loose,(.cgtton. sayed from_the: wyreccrof ) r
ooservt : P
tt 1, ,f-Presldent> ?" > JOHN of the'GAiLLAmC' :persi.| tormuMi'n! ;. *4heMobile l"at\, J .i.}.8Jriii pa- : 1J I1JES1'JC: ?. i:; (lollars. on' any ,ilt..rs9nwho; the ,fOiumt.'nd"* | *-. *. 4: froni; New-Yoik : S
Se'nate \
; pr6'tempore- 'Judge iir'th'Unfied: r shall play at cards,'dice., billiards,' Laf st'frqjn fo,t/lnrir. .-Th&, >
WMhington, \larc1i?. 1825 : Approved' S4LCs4ab I 1 lib slaredlin the Phll rl"l J.i.i.i: : or.jjny-pther. << ojjiazar.o', Jpimoue brig \. .- t
JA lEONROli.fork' .orcjVrecj. };the,. Marsltal(] th4J)1S-i Gazellethai ,game: !irgiithitapt.; :Phillipshasarrived o
; ) ; 1784 American ;- '
J an : jil Lc aifine',ol .at Tl3altimcre from Rio.,.
L' ---'--. ,trict to pmxhise: aii.eJigibU ,, : ; ,Rrp 3)erly.; ; ; *' : .J* t
: ,
: pieceorrgrouiid ; vesirl.-jinp'ortrd! into Lii'tr. 100 ,(1 ollars.ar.. javern-keepet,; 1anrii'owhence she 'sailed. on, the* ,
-ql8.CJE'Ll ;
.,iei\dY : and' e'rebt "
: ithereon a pool eig'it' ba'fs. .or, '
cotton- which of
TT4 f/- or ovvnei a grocery: or tippling ,1 14th of., 41ch.'I. learn.from
: Court :.
; : House, for ihe accorhrno.1.9'h .i : : :
iI ,,Xew .Spectator,4Jan11 20IZ. y wen- seized Ly one uf his Majes shop, ,uJio -sliull sUflej'1pysprcjof : i, $ our correspondents, .he.AniriC1and ,
PphP.JPi .rict...'Court and j
:f he P/ra/rS.Wiiie; .1 ty's offiters u 'the
Charleston custO.UI"IiS'8L1p. his
lhat the .bUlt is' gambling'in s vt'.n.'or shop., Gaztite-that. consideraMeappitthtnsioti ; l -' t
Patnotofaiie4l'ihin8U: gfvcs.tht 1* : ; forThis is already cooIracted pos'mg they rre not 'lh growth .., Id. for the safety 'of,r.'oc,." i
i' t
following Viler frWman' aJgcAsji weshpuld of America.,,ln 1823there' ifri-
were The '
officer ot little village 'of
., tevideo
like Elti1dge; appears/to exjs ffcrike l
|o .see ad.oplir/1! in. ., \, t
the United Slates r-we ported from '
I : iito.herpooI the
fravytembracnf3JF -, ry Iiistrri'ct: of.the 'UnitedStates: ,; Landing,. on the Patopsco,: se'ven receipt ,ol: thcLneiW8.c.f.tbe Jatejotaloverlhrow
particulars, of tbtrecrni States of &Am'e.ria, ,. four miles'eit of BaHiniore wa's '
,, last f fa
in whiiThja, Cour.i isJieI'Jt\woulU l | hundred .the.Spanish-arrojy: : t
of thousand
I capture pirates by the. C' "S br avoiding the futureat, \ .. t six Friday: night laid waste by fire.-.* }It'r.u.* Troops' ''had, betn. sent'.to:
: slramfgaJliotfSea. Gu'l.- JiThc,: an hundre tl.andseventy .. 'A gs of cot The <' \ ( .
xat town contained; ten ihousevsof and .a
expense .insignificant' ln I reinfor5efMojiievirleb: :
:: ,comparison Von- 1- :
confirmed I II
count I
1 ttJd ; hy advices rc- ,with the, 'object, cplj\ ons ,Nto York whch.nine.. .' ,wejre/, .destroyed! ltSlfch war' Brit'h .t troops'sailed.; .,bn'tF.eA t
c have *
at l,2.-\Yel, *
CharJeston >
from. Matan such have t1ftrl | .being the*! rapid, jirogreas ot with the Yirgmia w&
,as heretofore occurred, : same. day : c
I zas, ; frequently haW occasion to call <'
t : the Barnes fr
r.b1 Batzeeioflt0 I and. may again ,happen, between. 'public attention to the,' 'hdiTse to"huusetthaj : I :rt t;;. "a kt'i -,reiuaipd! i4h.csioe: J:
; 'Philadelphia } impohanceof all, ,exeitions hl' ,
the United States_ and the Slate :to av.cith f:1Jn 'n.lI r ;1blt. slate, .as per Ir' \ t
:or the ( ;
: trade ,
and not I d'this.port:
supposed, : the to" Ne wsYor.; as l\2 '9j jp'4raJll.t.o; h 8.'V, would J I ..to, Ihe"Stale I ut noi" not only were ineffect ual, T.he ,..t irird'i'-It-i f8 iij :.( !t }:irJ bp arJ,) :; :t
by >vrite: > of]he: .let ( especially; lag sand 'faa ii h I .
ted SHe was robbed. nofor exafhplel: liavt gi cn OOCO. i,to,the' Gtnerat Gov't'rnmehf.Vt' WI thave A',found I., w'j:J1ch'.13# ; !40 l.b fS es of..ffour ;bad; 1

voyagcomthatpnr: --Whjkon,; aI I dc)1Jt 5,:oiit.t of ;the: large% i");f nue 1 are' led to niahe"th'is remark ,from PrPmpi shelter :under ihe :hospitable ", arrived, noi ,R.{; \t.I'r m ,: :\
: t NewOr cotJt'c d Wllilc'Ciurr1"1for ': -' y ? l ,,,1 pr.otjctlonof; :the, Messrs, : El- afloat. '\
.I leans % !l the fact witi It : : 7hjeffwplwcvyearssujy'ply ? :
; lt :
about a > ( we' rearr-frotn :
yearigo.p : ihe United :. a, licotis, Dr. Hopkins! dSIr.. .of flqur' vfdeo d rpP ,
} ; Site's, .tojaYe.1rto correct lhat : aljM.9pie 4t 11I
.--ty, tJ1'e sourc ,) the amo'urifof'duties ,Charles ..
: :,ar.F3 Tented threcent Vvorihington. i .. fair ter and'vefygp41MYc19I.
, ri val .controy '/iyffaboUttUhe -i on4 '11 vt ; ,
p arii*pleased r' 1:to r :J.hlJilc! J K :.UmtVdwSiaies. : : '" .Court : 4uiOUsjo.jj' iTJorls; (secured at; ? j/15 :'disastrojis-e.vent owes its Avrtt" V( :);; e.: ,lS ":WIuy: r, E
it ( I
> Vas '
in % yesterday,
, : my pow. Room: there 'The: .samr ger4lRktiIlc fully; iiiiim: 1 1.ongin to the, carelessness. 'Qtagf.n'!. .ractSro.m :SJeter; dalid! jg t -,,' v
tt1 -aet'W1
e jjini.unicfttRiiiie equal to ( "nf-
rjfP; : -.l _' )
captumon t J.di pipb1n lleinan, % went irjitfhis' : 'ow.n sta: TI b fsii BiBM4:: : a: rrF1our.'iOOd t
4 tt:2thiMirch .tiln' ( T--cv'vrp* vr **] l hdrdh'tythbUE dd ) : rt pK
,ljiJiagrees: L'5 ,l''Im e *WflIptkjeXeIhc1e4, llarj. ble; in the evening,. wUb a 1'ihtedHe1kd ,. Barrels l ,ol J ,ihej! btskcould b
to 1.t ,IR Pf>: T1t3" isi :
ihiNtlViind E. : : Ii
: oONaiJ h'iil\jta 4' prcib: 'blJ: : qiO'ge'r 'sun[ '
sons andiUc.filipr: : : not ja.Ken ut, % l ,notbe.tput offin.a lo' at'-i? '
phaik$1"st f 'ho jf J>%M PIJg; than .was ever efore bonded i inbn'e r s | "

gIns V.rj supposed ijiswi i' ne1Uae'1pgfpur, 'ivJlw: : i for..we"Ha.tt- moreihan, ,i KrJli" once.* t4o.*in' our- > ,d. y.-., ..,G"ctz.,' ;. .., ...,/.,,...". ,"''.:, .' '' HDrse, for"'\vhch purpcs he.went' '' ,TOVwMn; : !; > W\ i > ,t
'4 menl o/.ibirty. the 4xainPn.' i his qr., ;tti;; j. t.hejpp $rary' ...jl: !le Editor fhe.eueya' '-" jn, :when the. spread;.of'flame! 'expelled : barrcac) ; fEliii .pndiM: ??,: ftit,
men,1)y boats t. I
oft 1Iiflupc. ofsonic ; : I<<; "him 'anB he liar ixburried'wUh mafBe'ii IhtreVdkrlTor ,otbt \s,1qin'erioiwiflztcI1
t 4 ....:.*.*_." ... \ <,v parucular l, t v ; ex-* ,fadium. propo: es & Cntention i'to' ; 'J ,,: ,! ; ,1
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all! bare hrge .supplies. by weerUuned beyond \'doubt,. that:',the .tViliion."u-.I "J's to", 1ried..I; amative-: unable. :to': r adj 2 4 ht Amelia, Rielly,Tampa
Yelldv Fever!vrhlch'prevalltd hire SWM 1
are none who aretbeSJiftierested draw the Atientwuf your readers, cannot be found. ,It is thus: that I/ Bay ( :
there resultl local but 'argo sundry articles by'
the ; ,
not of; any causes,; :: .
1,.b ut.have one, or was imported I both, .from the Harant:and .and jihc public generally' to a little the miscellaneous .character of unewspape Ch. Pindar;"; : ..,'" \ i : ?

rgtY;Jrt-on rent, fillea1'with' ma*.1 New-Orleans,by the unfortunate neglect pamphlet, pi Wished a few.,.days *'makes it more: .,!,.Iu- IASSED1TUE BARRANCAS. ia ( .

tWhf forced upnn ihcm at ,lowpriCCh '. of the then Upard_ofllealjLhf. this being ago,.by Mr. Riieyjeniitled *'4 Certain able than if it contained political I May 25.-Sclif.l James Warren : .. -

until they pretty generally) ,I the case,we' leave it to any candid,mind Cure for a'dreadful I Evil," orthe occurrences. and political dissertations. Hardin, 19days from New York, .
bbls.j I i I whether the effects of that neglect pught Remedy for Duelling. 'Thislittle The '
take more Jhan 20 understandings of bound to MobileriPassengers
to to injure the present or future prospects j I for
rtfIrfl supply some casual piece is extracted! from a its readers are .'led on,,by,.degrees thb
timr. to ;iofa: city universally acknowledged to be : place A. ,Cox E q. ;and Lady.
*l Bd by their country custom- ;,i p most favorahlyj anti delightfully situated. longer treatise by L. Beecher,' from the simplest domestic occur* 1

'll There are no immediate j*. W e are happy to infom our readers : which was drawl, .out by the proceedings rences, to those which affect their ---

rrl' of flour or grain here, that we have (every prospect of the great.I of an association in New- remotest interest appeal to heir MUSEUM .

:hasers I'i i est security from the importation of disease York intended | discountenancethe noblest Of .
Keen the importer vnd, baker. this season, in the installation of in- to sympathies ; from the. overturning oreign: Literature and I, ?
absolutely no spirit; of practice alluded to. It will be of a coach to the over- -
"hrrt is telligeut and (efficient officers to our ,"Cl .oce.
here in any al.ticle.i i!j t Board of Henlth) and a more judicious selection found a masterly exhibition of the turning of an empire. It is impossible

jj Violation? ship on favorable ad- : of a Quarantine giound than we. subject, and clearly points out the that a man, however narrow E. Lifted Fubluhsienu:,t. PJula.

.:bOS c iviil!.ho.find :heir rule inappliblf I have before had. means of abolishing duels entire may be his views, can cast a- ,.. 'con\posedrntir plies i of selections from IY, as foreign its title journals. in ..,.:.

letS, and in fact aU who ship toS I-- ly. Since all men in this counry.with bout in such a mass of information ( A few words may show that it is,

cargoes of any kind, Board of Health.-On Saturday the 21st I scarcely an exception, unitein for that which particularly however, far from heini adverse to our
I, quarter inst. the Bcur4 of Health was organized '
any part ot the world, and 1' under the Presidency of Doctor EDWARD\ condemning {this practice, he concerns his own objects or 'pursuits :{; own institutions or literature-and that ,

(fni whatever calculation fur sr- MACOMB, ItetiJent Physiclun..lui.y surely deserves well of this community without stumbling on something :!:Jon the contrary it may have an important ;

feral;pt.1 months to come, will loseonej' t UK i.i HDA. Esq. was chosen Vice and of mankind in general, Which enlarge hia ide .-nr |t'lefleet*L--.iD in preventing i I.,I"the. dissemination n'iJh t oninci-of .

lt esid.2ht. who shall show his It is '!! which --- r..
I'liere is no inducenicntbtevcr ; distinctly us a exercises reason. necessary pies upon our society isconsTnuieu.- -

to do 'so.Ve are sin- 4 II The following resolution was introduced remedy. JwMr.\ Beecher has. to have seen a people atttongwnom ); Some of the British Ueviews acid Magazine -
and UManiihously adopted (are re-printed in this
country exactly
advices, and do not done, and 1 beseech every m.n newspapers nave not penetrated !
cert in our I liesoivetl'I'hat: the Quarantine groundfor as they appear at home.and they as !
look for improvement in pros- the year 1825, snail be between Tartar who feels for the honor and happiness to know the mass of mischievous well as those which are not published

cts before October next, when, Point on the one side, and the upper of his cnuntjry, to peruse und prejudices.which these beret embrace much matter of little interest .

v ubould have come for- I Boat House o} the BJrrancas on the other, consider well the; plan proposed injiliis productions, instantly and necessarily and no advantage to,our readers and ,
fnothing and that It shall bf discretionary with, I little instance which is not infrequently fitted to vitiate
1 : piece. dissipate.l" may
vard i ill thc meantime, freights the Health Otficertiuder pecuLar circumstances their literary taste. their morals and their '
Our and naval the belief witchcraft and the
statesmen our in
calculated on -but nothing ; ,
Bijyb;' to extend those limits to the political principles. But while it cannot

):e. 1 nose who ship or eight Spa:. Si1 Navy CV.e.Thc'Uourdtfa and military commanders, men of rage which,. on the approach of lie denied that there is in all these foreign I .

\ count on a profit. Turn- !| proceeded to the election the most undoubted courage and scarcity, was formerly directed a- journals a large part which consists of '

cannot the moment no produce beid ofa J/eaUh O'ficer, wlien Doctor KoBEirr highest respectability. do not scru- gainst all the dealers in provisions.No details and speculations which are uninteresting 1
is at Mclu"L.Vas du1} elected. The to American readers or mischievous
duelling. accustomed to watch
there ple tu reprobate i
for return cat goes; is resolutions subsequently in their
Thc following were political or monl ten- t
of Santos Su in this language of Mr. Clay, oh a late occasion the state of crops and markets,
JJt" bit -ar :tdoptett'Ic'oi'rd : dene), it is equally certain that a considerable ;
market; at Santos it is worth 1 r. That the 'Health Officer and that of j l om. Rodgers, the speculations on the adequacy portion of their co.itents is of general J tt

f5J n>. lu>r arrobe for F. There hal.; noo thIs: date, board all vt-sacls en- aie most explicit. on that 1oihat.ilut or deficiency of supply" can,. for a application and interest and value. 1

bc" 2000 casts of Campus tt-r ;u:; ine arbor, ; and, upon exam. nation nothing can fleet{ the removalof moment, suppose that scarcity or and that they embrace much that is in avery :
nuv f h d ken it proper slulltilMi detain I evil while: high degree interesting and curious :
I lie public opinion plenty depends the bakers or
S'u"r \"l't J to; come\ to market anJ ,. at Quarantine until a report be made Ito upon practical, sound and able-refined and
is hot made to 'against it. Tin utilltTS ol his district .hal violence
d. Of good coffee themis uc or -
be s111Pr- tins iiuar and order taken thereon ; elegant ; much that will excite thought .
nwn *nd of ordinary Vt'I'Y lit and tliat! tins rcgul.v.ioii: siiall uinnue united voice of the' citizens of thi.s' J towards them can produce and refine the imagination-that. will ;

llr.! ii ,vi.s are scarce and will until IMC first day uf Jm e next when Uie and other Stat st.rjlrtut'd in their any other than a bad effect. Thisis "raise.the genius and mend the heart.n. -" '

COllthtH'S'V.- shall% have cof Quuraitnr laws :.ke effect elections c uld not fail to be heard an example of the general effects 1 when we consider that the greatest
\. o.tlllnk.thal.t1j miirested will be philosopher and statesmen, awelt as
fet- in July i Snjj r in October. .0 f pjen! edithiht- ;\t1\'\ prucet diu.'t'h ''s.- u\-rgarded.. newspapers The instruction poets,.criticks,and all ;other, men oflit'e- t

Soap liu-re: is ati. two year;.' ( ehange of th lucatson of the Qiurantme Mr. Bi-t'cher's propobiiion is, is conveyed, not by the direct in I rature, now find periodical press the

5U,,d\) 1:1: tnurkrt, and almns; daily h'J'lIum't'! consider :i hapnnr- that \.1 good ccpeacet'ble citizens. culcalion! of opinion-, hut by tin- channel through which.their opinions can

I arrivals! of t i"t, fiom Europe, tin I ennistance, :t 0 it'lus t'IJ.uJed the Hoard to dll who deplore and di-tr: th :: habit of looking beyond the narrow i i be conveyed tf> the greatest number of

ami La Plata.! Tne I ,\'alltsdf(f tile services ot .t gelitliMiau, horrid practice, shall uteadily njuve -- circle of a man's pet sonal observation men, it udl appear very evident, that a 4
U. Slates dt"I-j ot n
knowledge wliat i is thus written und
t\ hu reside* at the Hariancas, as lleultn
their vo/w nil ot.C.uti0I48, the results of more enlarged t J
Oil to a
ohVr f-.r it. Enjual done abroad is
refuse the
er* : to 'dicer; and\ thereby piwents the necessity I necess4ry success .
&1i..J, e ( to that from U. S. is of s o ridiciiltuH an inconsistency as to dueitwis. 11.ttis ait.ud app ar view. A newspaper is, in flit cultivation of our own literature, and.

Ofliccr whose narsh or all impradicuble tact, th' instrument which enables important to the politician, scholar and '
itliitifc; a. feO a 9,0 itt", ;pei 1 It!> on would permit the duty it 10 any a
is in abundantlupi.v. i ib to examine all vessels, to reside in the &nea'turc,1 beg him to take up- tat 1 1 an individual to avail himself' ti ;I' llusvsia goo< are
I read for .
Salt will city: aiul; wi.ileess.h, .fromunhealthypLces littli1 pamphlei$ and calmly consider j ttir i-xperieiicf of the whole COflinittrsity.IJestnzinoter only alUusem 1 nt -
provisions n
are q,iuratUtnt-d, woa.d allow an urrd. To pcrso who reside a distance -
at all. Codfish loses about 50 inhabitant or the ct) to Uoaru and examine the arguments) hcrvui j i i Review. from tne greatdepositoniesofNew Rooks _

ct. Caa l.IHaVjht" will nut tile most infected and perhaps in that I cannot but tJ.usttn'y\ would nut t and :New Inventi ns, a work conducted

per 111 inK first cost. O'ir Custom manner introduce di.sease and deati into I I be consid'-red in'ai..: by any canI I. This we believe sutnocntlv, is not literally lor true tie, upua t'lii' plan peculiarly\ important, as

our ,lvifilings; ot this there i is now no did man, or .ny tlue loverof his though perhaps so atJcm ii.g to them an opportunity of keeping _
liousregulation* a I I is
give gnat argument. 0thll.g certain
danger and" while we corgn-.tulate our f >JEX. pace In onu' d-jjfee witli the pro-
deal of trouble and ruu ;c an additional counuy. I i : tit! In tiif portions of country
h laj" citizens 0:1 tHe present o: anlz"1 .L.J- gvcsa of knowledge, ta| very trifling expense _
t'xpr'1M'-m fact, bu&inf ss toilof;! the hoat-il of i llealL'i I we II where the grossest ignorance of public of money or time.-.
Piond Herald. i is, be found, have
From the lJ'aJt concerns to newspapers
is (jLtI'e clis uitinj;, air! \v<- see no t-arnoMiy exort tiiem It, Ill' Jieir pal it by When it is aihied thit most ofthe literature _
pruspert of iu-pfoicim-nt for 6 orS a n'.'id .,bt'i v.ttice (If cieanniies* III tneir The folio in,; I l informal >n is I! the least access. ufthe isnotjeasil} accessible _

wonU.s 4it )lust, and do nut con- )ai-.i :iul .3tUai.I I a ,)r;> nptvutiivhe c.Oanph"l1c from \1 r. S. Y. uuivv Jit Sub-I,. any otiier than this form to our families _
'I Pouc r UI.itIOIli. Indian Ag>*iu. brtJI} gui io us in a'' from&e .T ew YO!k Price Current .1Iay itA ill readily btr ackhowlbd'td that a -
sh r.t th! I
iiuer any ;)trI 10 : i CJ u a -
3rd. work, conducted the of the
letter by N--&mdh.i| in? younger.The upon plan
tt r hum an) pun of tie" world Cotton.The market, snce our 'a!l report Museum, may be iii a tel considerable _
I Jvopillg Cough<,(Coti SLVCIIE)-At this wuliMgiiebs the moment I hr
\vorih within 50 per cent of'cos.:. has exhibited a guou degree of animation degree interesting or valuable. How far
I time wlien the loop.nn &;ta-i li is
) prevailing the
N re of 'h! m-ig'ibounr.g: markets : :n tliis city, ill e t Jollo-vMij winch murdet was commutiicaa-d. to I un.i tae sales have awouuteii to tins Journal has been 'successful in enticavoring -

can gi H' us rtliei.-their s'ae isas I;I vc ccj.y from an'old SI igazme may be Indians, ihvy f iaahlea:: d to punish h about \J, )Jv bales, without any variation to merit t.icse appellations, '

lta.il as urs. The premium on useful the '>:i'jnder, is> a kufhcient proof ; in pliceb. iiiuaioe determined by(the publick ; and.

is d.-dimng aid I! "/''Jpil1; C' 'iq .-Tne following rc- of their I Inendly l.1&iio)1 IU1 ; in- Upland 22 a 26 tic rapui increase ofulc subscription list _
sterling produce New-Orleans 25 a 30I.ac4..a
is tile most grat&ing proof of success.Terms .
tins fatal )h&s saved
cipp lor {n .fase iiiauvchilrlren derd the IntfiaiisaiV not tools ana
1(1H. in ? : c" t 22 26
inj.; pr
_._--, _'.'_I'a._._ from 't. 'fJ.-I'! ke aMnull 'tanJ- therefore could noi be well othei- Tennessee 23 a 25 of Subscription. .
-- -- fill ot fjvtrllck; mid tnjow it into a quantity :
".' wise !'hhhc' the Indians are JY*. Y. Gazette. A number is published! every month, Sand
U .r..t..1it( ,'l'j. f'b. 4aS or iiH-Ju-'i; !Lt" :; )" iIas, ; iisilf a pint, unJafter : ; sayj thc subscr.ption price is Six Dollars,
or'C tJtt.J ibsausrird with dsubn
: '><"l IS II t' ttitil;h I'll alix;i;Vi ot the t w treaty, -
-- payable in advance. (A numbercusilpr1scs
f UUlY, MAY 23 W'.. j i |;iur'r; .io1tlic; soles! ul I the 4n1iii.4 1 1I ihat the; will not a to it Patrcie.-We would inform those of ;: year 12J pages 8 Vo.)

------ I teet every few hoiirs.1 rile effects iive terms. In atuliti hit buys thd.l our tl-llow-citizens who are wailing to j I it will be sent tree postage! ti' every

\\c M t- s.iri)observe 1 in i ie +iuinc llia. svmt.'thnc be& l a tl..1 s"ng"; 'in ivmuving irom' Ihrir i old seitic- join in tne voluntary pat role, and w'io i I subscr.bcrso long as htj continues to pay

Mate Gt :r.;<% |iiiiiterl at ftlawbt' ha\e not \ ct done so, that an opportunity 1 in ad\alice. I
the 1'.110\\11I", Miticio, which i i caipuhtc-f nit'iiib tt'r ii'jw arr, nid- will beafi'onied to them to.,i'n the: paper in
'he1113eum 1822 and
filt'mma.-Our began July, ,
SlIfula" readers will -
41 f .hem Aird h and
to the: II) izi hunger : for that at the electio i fur an
injure cuaraeter Ua our city; aiul to rocohect that l llt time : nnittionel purpose all the back numbers may be obtained on -
.tbaloul '. iWt' Jatigur.'t' nave iijiru of tialS Alderman, on Monday the 30th inst.
rj.'ria i an .iinu-Cfss.iry and UMLuiu.vilu.uijlof I that the MarsKil of the Disirictof the au!ne co i.v.tions. !L:

cunfi.iciicc hi regard to b::( 1atlbi direction of the U -.1.DistrictJu ; bd'vr" a.iJ could ii.. believe i:, -. .,.:J'auOsrnpuons received al this office, -'

the Mubritv of ouratniospliere and siluftliui >I l'. coniractedi'tbr[ the budding of a and what credit is :.o be attached Delegate to l'OngL'eSs.ELELtI u here a numoer may be seen -

; 4. ulnchvc cohfiTlcntly ami un- Ourt House lor tire accommo iation of to Neamulhlu's slat ment we c tn- ().:" REiuUNS.Conntica. .
Let..t.llhly; assert Ven.'cIL is '
sur- his Court we iwV learn from the Mobile) iJUARDOFAlVDERCf \l.EN :
pbcu: ,;_ ltll) city ill the buutiiera connarc ; not know, because we are uuacliaracter II hite. Hernandez. Gadsden.Kacamoia ,
KefMer, tnat the
lry I bnild-ng qauintt'd with his : butfrankness 2u7 141 '
i the CityofPensdcola.
was cominencci'i by the contractor, Mr. j.W. .
"' .\ / Deft ot at Pensacola.n 1 Ward. but the! drafts drawn for the inert- appears lo be .1 a- : 'I I eon, 38 90

tons, quence of life fatal sickness purpose, b) the Marsiul, on the Secretary bout hUH that is jIeahihg, and juck-Gadsden 10 136 12 Sitting of the 17th of May 1825. .

that !ius so at-rally prevailed a- of the Treasury, were not honored, aume statements of hii were cor- >on. 3 nESOLVED, That a (writ issue forth 4

ni'.u ; the office.rs and teamen at and consequently the budineI thrownou robor aied by 14cs.HamOly'8 \ not precmcis heard : AL. with' for an election, according to the
: Wes' the haii.is01 Mr., W ar,1,wh" intt'lJd'Ho J llth section of the act of incorporation
I.y it is said be the from. -
to 1825.
lini. li it and .IIJzrll19/h, .
> depend on the liberality of 293 1 12 da.tedugust 23dt 1822 and the 2d and
inten'.ism of 7 precincts
the Government 10auandon Congress to puiouie! it from him iMjt. GOULD, 63 15 3d sections of! an act, to I amend the former

thai island, and rm-ive We regret tint a circumstance of this i SUt-in a _rorl er cofimuniCtttiun Walton Tiie above, returns are given from- the act, passed J one 29t ,823; to,fill the

the vrssrls and! stores to Pensaco.h nature should! have occurred,and as it appears I you were made acqiaiutn.witu best inforn.'ation we ha\e been able' t.r vacancy. occasioned in t Vis Board by the -

which is to bcthemidrzhuusof by the accounts published, that a I the murder of I... Varswearenyen. : collect, and we are confident that theyare res gnat on of J. E. Carp, Esq.
the uhole V/est Court House for thi' Ur.ited States' Disllict Jtetolved. That Messrs John Miller, \V.
India Justice correct.
squadron. Court, is ueedejdat! Mobile, we trust and candor .re- lIa\elll1ullt and Pablo Palmes, are her.
The Lttir jil .te has also expe that the contractor will nut be suffered to quire that jcu give publicity tome by appointed to hold th(said election.

TJtnced t I atH't'phl'}; calamity oftiir lose by hi* contideiice{ in the authority of result ; it is o\vinJ, not i i. ss to 5C7-: The friends of ROBERT ,Signed, on the Record .,

most (II' t' disease and should the ; atshitl, who made tic! contiact, orof the and .
; pacific friendly intentions will Nlsbet -.
the reinoval in I tlie Judge who onlereil it. We know not MITCHELL Esq. support *,-t-* .F..i:!. .:
contcmplaiion be is of the Indians ttienWelves, than tj Iii for the office of Alderman to SEAL. i '_
\!h.a vvioug in i iej above instance, but In \ i ft H. [ i : i4lw
ttClrdhe ingress of so large a we consider it. highly important .that no the indefatigable atttn ion of Co. fill the vacancy occasioned by .the _Pre d4t f..tAe"r'B rrt ,:;t ,
l1ij ,.ht'l '.f men joined to jnci e-I- innocent ,'raUu should be Humphrey the : ,7 .:" .
: r permitted to Agent, that as resignation of J. E. Curo Esq. ; Attest, t t' -;;:, '
tdcnht' will nut have lend'enstabljsh -l ilier by a reliance on oiliccr of the r "
: a any soon as the Cha reached the the of "
and co-operation
Uuvcinmciit.By '" request .N S.- arputr7 ri. ,.. \ : : :<
tytu ( he character of Agency, an uiquiiy took plaor their fellow-citizens.. :: ..L ._ ._'C'.nrUi't", -r;4P
AJCrT-C6 5- -
Pe!' roh for hedlth.S which .. t'J.t. >-7,.":. :'
as a resort brought to li tit the author .,. _d' ,. .4' "
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!. ) It .
r. .
S that city however, unforney Mr. Cox, who ,anted'at Barrancas of the murder, a Scininoie I.uliaii, p-j-I ; "t '. .-. -1'.

be selected as the sport on the 25th.from the ScliT. James Warren A ho in consequence uoacondt-d, .' 4 i- -&OTIiE.. .rf'J"T'. . .'*,.:*t.-.: '

t ihat which it we have been favored with a New- but 1 SHIP N 'thV.foiTions J1i;'Reaotiiv .
malady by was York paper'of the 4th' i inst, one day later was pursued by a party of In. i r. pursuance ?

.t: n-arl) depopulated, a warn- than tho/r'Yeceived by 1.lal'C have ex dians led on by Tu kell haw, wnoBret : iEletiohwilbhelat, the- ..' ''
qo ift I louse,intbrCity: on ".
Zcan{ !be derived from him : v l' -
lie past, traCtYMIie interesting Foreign news, upon as he riled and inflicted < -

4 art-nioval a few nnles into the by yfiirh it will bc. p-rceived that Cotton I I a mortal woundwhich l'W'g ." Mond4rtlith1Ma.y: inst. .. -

L.fcVior... can be effected with hut .:': advancing in Lyerpool. I prevent him from a I repetition of __ I' J::" i.s .. forthe purpose' ofchbosfngan Alderman,. -
to'filJ': I i in .thotelof :
the ,
vacancy ocfcasjoned
nIng ;
expense-there to rem.in/ tb- crime. From the first intimation -
'tti1a' shall be considered Dzielh-S e ar happy to perceive of ufiencf !; ,(rt, ( r'8Q.ta.. If(; Arofii'9.enSa.- .
return the the chiefs
from the following article J which V -- ';' I.'the'r sitrri t1on".. f Joseph1.: C-,. 't
tate ,
we copy '
iKd / .fr''f" 'r. -
propt"r.n from that valuable paper, the Charleston ] : and Indians. generally showed f'thv- ," ENTERED. x ,ro, .. -'..'1 5- V- .. .
'l'ru eiti ill that our city has .experi- Courier, that) the!mean of abolishing r utmost duapprobatio 3, and from &*t V-'t11 to open; at;I 8'o''C-1.I.J.' f' ,; .' I

..*4il e SWl'('!) ng calamity of the mOat duels has become an object-of enquiry ini the prompt and, energetic; course, May 21.-Schr.. W.Oi ECdSBauvais and.to.clo: at'.zyclpclj' ,p..M.' JJr'"i: !; 4 -.: i:

'lltdi as cfl but the Editor- 'ha been i our country. We have long1 been of o; adopted on' the occasion,. and their New. Orleans. Conign :k' .. J no. MillerJ *. rtjenatoU } :. :"- ;I .

ee32t misinformed as to' its having. pinion that a duellist! ought never to be determination chastise ees-ofCzrgo, Stone and Niabet, O/ .$. "P81.10fPalm' tlf 1'11I' ; }, ,.r. .. ._ '.., ., : JI
to '
Lct nearly.lepopubled" by it. TKef. exulted to such: a 51t4tioTi. as to control rjgi fly C. Tod'J.a LiaR a.flnd. :FiD ay r.. Jd1 :. -':'' "t' ,"r ; .
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t'' tlmt ot'a popjlution of upwardsA'nJrfJciti.eai t execution of lawj wlici! he himself in the most exemplary mat uer every ,1'"i; (:, unt,. 'kt, :=( j
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lfolQ aa.la garrisimt dispiscsYandvehit firmly; determined alteraion from good order, and .Rush'ibnV 'tV -il( : igth:May;.1824. : I i

tlj-fe hundred and ffty boldiers, : tharat unyelectionxw'hc n the que'tiftnis it is believed hey will 1 keep the 24-Sch r.'.Caran, yerKp.y: I T" 4 _:._- -I, "" .' .
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: l101drd and J fzcty.tttlfi i* tile utmost shall'We elect dueUui or an aiitislileUistf bad spirits Vest, Consignees, N; 'H? _.Mlen, i Io.t. ,**!'---.S''Jf'"
subject on.
tttht(1t1ie numbi-r taken off our vote shall always DC for the UJd..the.lasJerj, .. "of E1ctors. ..
Wilt .tt't re l lat- ; Stone and. Nisbel : : Quallflcations '. : -1
t nthe prevalence of the Yelloiv Fe-. ter., .It is higtily gral'itying to 'see' that From the : : -IiEJ\'R D '; S
\ .s.a4 .inciut1ing! lift)...h e ChIidTVfl 4 tfiis'plan:ji'likely to'lbe Adopted by 'o- National elligenccr.Xewpapcr. tt.e"Ck "u tAl Ufree Yfutet: i4bnt4.pftb.c .' : .< ..
and 2jfi-fSch8! }{ ): .
died are: H C flest May arevof. 'twenty. niB 'yer4 *na tijiwsrdjj ; -
trtH.n diseases produced by < thers.V> alwa'yg f ujtfedTkKe.VlCard" of '. ; 7t''Z 't.- '.
,;/It u also true trat Ut6 greater''r Mr. Clay ai ihe greal Ht blemish' Oil hi.' surest civilizers .of' ""a c9untry.'IkeY .--- cell. $. w, R a1ea nftJW: : 'w 0 shall rfcikerefjrdedw.. ..-1 :, -

b 2Jibt r 1 oi: who,escaped, removed| character, but the nl4srner'in which. lie Olt.itn/1 1iinseIves jeet pt iuraj r$Dy.J2"C. and. .C. i4thi.itvne 1fp Tkc:&ti; t id ofk'lectibn ', '
d .
tax '
\t' n from the lirniu of the city.noineaiu .- f. acknowledged. his. e error and 'reprobate not_ only;' the elenien ,,of ,knowledge ee'rJ li g l C40 t" ti) Slq.et! ''.*- biiic-.: i i whqshaflbe\in..1e>Upletobe eall lnnoii:-, : _' ': ":"

f:01Y, ,uuposed o give too. the- practice it countenancedrcfleci, ,but :the. Jndulearn. ::emeotsf:'; Nisbet'bates\ 'cpiton, :lt; lid erformanf.uuty. lJ.tJi 'itt.r ll.b_ :. ) i.$.
1oCiU, "! t.lCbun".o CUlor&ig tq!Die by.intlauchqiy mbtatenuiiti e. *lupon-Jnm i _-rer-Q i taiile infinitely wt .fold rv nJfiarthan'tffantf'i! !*a It$ l 'fkerc.ii 'nc> one so instructr"'i h'idesvAOO: l1ut8: ('ami. 'UbbU, taro. | b quasifle'ltoyiite attlel J : on forayor-/ .;:. .' '_..Z':'

\t trtl City, a'cluTactcr for jiealtii.j U courage fo,d.IW'1'1. >dinner in case bfneceiteity ed,.no: one so' ignorahtj.al ,ft t"10,: ,by'Finlay I idRuhtpfl!. ; '. and c' : \-i.qet1Jf-Ado, '; ri'hninJl05.r oteegiilatna" _: ..' )' )',: ::;:,,: .
.i ci them 'It br.'jUiietta\ Q\a iggles I .I.Coun t11O1t. .r '..'. : '_- .: ,
b.c.tr will support ; but while or for the j\irpo:e of accom- learn from sotr ething. ih -' _._' "_:__-i ::i. ,' F... ".
k .11. told T let us have the lobote .plwIimir.soaieKoad_object ;, b\ *far more seems 1 i impossible, 'thai an)'people SewOrlt-ll0: tC4rto' 80IkS,' --" : 'i. -. j

'Jt ktI la'at being kn, 'n. we are a ure.I courageous is nc. fioi .cOlhCapl1. '' of, his "].\.h'bo'r, 1gq .d.n wt papers i by Jose.N,. ri' ,pt.n ,,.w' % dbyF.PHquier. ,.t 'I ,. -...4 'PRIN': vjqp J, -J'*;- :-*t'r.: -:. .
tot4 tJtl.e.tJqn ill ba ,iess4 pvvh; rectitude, bne8tue| '!leer, of hascompanions '
1'tllb .-n tbe natural j' uilvantaee rff of and *'5lepFaVdpt1bliC, opinion cantemptiitiqii bebo., .ghicnr. sistth : .: : J' .;.,2 ., Executed' :with neatiesttaDd. dif ., : :.

- ? Utl account ot'its' having once' ; than he who; to avoid, .tliesc, baz- q1 ttea.. In.:Ameri. !. Schr. Two Frteods, .:Bauvais, thisbakers f S t. "

iktc4 by LuLl WStasc. It hi been j arcb hiJ life in. dUel. ,. ca, where Alone. thcthiig' 'has been' New Orleans,.ballast.v patch at rm ;: 5-

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,. ,t li it'. Public, ARCuop:' K y 1 eect Ii>,
: ;; o'clock A M. ill b :offered f., 1t8tncheaht8hand r 4 t i
Frid July r:& t tm 1\I1
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It the Cl1u\Jt oust m t"I 9"t! /oJI01JIg prOI!crt, t. 'S' in otKer anon hlcb ale the tot
: nacasCogcan tbe ,lazes : -. fotlothn '"
: : or hecember 1824, ( .I....
e. ..' ,. on f,Petrsacola' ror aJt'a: due thereon Up .toaher'SIt: :. 'Teifiects'answers'the, dcscription ...' E ltft .

air paid to the auhtcribrr befai F stir day; ( lf'rtOtctbcr. with allcosts :and 'cbiges.' ._____...._ ..' of a mulattoe adverTOB tbe1an,.a lo az\lYQ tti En \\, '.
_, tised by A. Hill of New.Orleans, tones '1 e l
.. t. i Tax for I' as having run away on,2d March. : r "
I tanhope's Letters on
; nt. h er .ITOiah\I Greece
AMES OF OWNERS DESCRIPTION, 'OF PROPERTY.' I 182or3 I 1824. 1.A" man'Said-and' 'niulattoe"was raised tall'I inVirginia.that he. is a free and Revolution 1824 with Documents onhe* +ft'Crt' t t ..

and the
\l1fe of
4 ltustl
AndcDOD \V. P. Lots Nor 25 on the Bay. F. 8.. Chapman, f Ali, ? '' P
'217 F. Commyns, Bu chanm''Sketches.or, the North
224- Romana_ at. \ AfDt.
r ricaii.IudWis..with.
a plan for
w 305" City Constables.Peniacola their
,3 50 35 3 85 r liowtfon, \
Suburbs. ,3 ,50 31st March, 1825-t-1( _
1.2 Lrpen Lot tto. 46 ,- 1 75 1 7S 17 1-2 1 92 ,, TJieodoric, a Tale, and ,,other 'p0 t'

Ij-! Boils, Thomas, Lot No. 5 Piih'.sluae 3S 35 3 1.2 38 .. ,Thomas Campbell, -. "B 1
BradleyC lvm,1 arpton No 69 Subttrbs 8712\ 87 1-2 8 3'-4 96 FRESHr Th e COok Oracle,. containing neCtiMo

JOllathanj Lot- No 66 Saragosast. 35 35 3 1-2 38 [for Plain Cookery, &c. &c, &c &41
" Bodes Rosalie 12 lot >\o. ::26 Romana at. of the British
4 81 1-4 8 89 U.0raphy Stage)
81 1.4
r inr
!I $enetillo-! 1.2 Lot Ao )06 Cuna st, 1 75 1 75 17 1-2 1 92.8elk'atrel''an'co. Spring Goods.THE i Lives of the principal Acton
;: i Lot Ao.131 Romans It. aucf.\c.
.. i 3S 35 3 1- 38 ([tresses,
Caulfield,James 1 Lot No. 2u1 Romana st. Tie of
2 1..2 27 History Matthew Wal
25 .
t. Cortes, Maria, 1.2 Lot '1\0. ,1t 93) Cuna cgn&sl. .... 72 1.2 2 45' :3 11 1..2 31 3.-4 3 49'Nn Subscriber from New-York has received and per New-late (author: of Y ale sus' &c.Hallam's ,'

",' ,- COHal\leB CutinJQ.'i.P, J'ran.1 t Lot J..nt No. 170 Go"t st. 58 1-4 87 1-2 1 45 3-4 14 1-2 1 60 Orleans, of Goods which View of Europe, d riai
a supply a.
Spring .
r Middle
1 54 ( ,
14 Ages
181Intendenciast 1 40
r Caselles, 'drhn 1 Lot I\o 1 40 with hfs former stcck make
together a
Cummllls, AleL i Lot No. 26 on the nay. Spanish Daughter,
viz .
1.2 Lot No. 3 5 .'Iorida Blanca 1 05 1 05 10 1..2 1 15 complete assortment, The Human Heart,

Ghabaud, Juan Loti No. '20 10 Packages Hardware viz : The Highlanders, a Tale, '*

29 on the Bay. .' Scenes in ":urope, Scenes in Amene. "
{ y I Knives and Forks, The Blank Book ofa small Coll ,
,. 78 I .. Pen and'l'bcket Knives, Living Ways, 4tu: 5th, 6th, 7th., 8th: .
301Gov t st. Iron Tinn'd Table and Tea Spoons, and 10th volumes, ,
"; .; Brittarua do. do.
\ : ''. ,. 101 Gimblets, Padlocks,Iron Nob Locks, Paley's U'orks complete, in 5 volt,

102 Stock Locks, Chest & Cupboard do. Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols.

:';' 144 Screw Plates, Saws, Augers, Chissels, Plutarch's Lives, 8 vols.
; f. ..
: 145 )-Cuna st. Files, Hammers, Coffee Mills, Josephus's Works, 6 vols.

.. ; & 146 Brass, wood and patent Cocks, Hamilton on Purgatives, 1)-

,, ," : 1.,'..,.c,. .. 147, and a great variety of other hardware, &c. Arinstrotig on Typhus 'ever,

l.; :.... 'r r" ,, !. ."'. 148 .'. 2 cases carpenter's planes, Miner and Tully on Fevers
' i
, '!':.(' ( .149.. 2 casks Carolina hoes, 01 la's t'bctical'Chemis
try, by
:'J';'' 35 Reding st. .' .- 4 casks tin ware, assorted, I'qwelon (Contracts, x4
Sub\lrbs. Blacksmith's bellows, vices, anvills: Morse's New Gazetteer,

't4 I r1,2 Lot No. 2420 Garden st. Sledge and hand hammers,. Walker's Dictionary; OctavoMilton's and p '
i' 12 1851 1 2 30 61 12.; 6 33 67 Swedes Iron,
2-3 of 220 arpens on Bayou T exa.r, 10. f Works, 2vols. gilt, -:- _
hi,t iJ' Y Ceval1osEstate of Lot No. 1 next 1'1"011. -1 40 I 1 40 14 1 54 Foolscap paper, wrapping do. Thompson' Seasons, 1 voL gilt,
,! 52 1-2 521..2 51. 4 S8s. Bar Lead and Gunpowder.
":, ft Dt1lt'hne, Aribf'rt 1 Lot h'o. 42 Ueding st. Beauties Shakespeare, do.,
1.4 I.ot No. 68 Saragosa.sL 70 \ 70- 7 77 Campbell's"Poems
De\'ilIe Fanny 15 Cases Goods viz do.
1 Dry :
52 1-2 52 1..2 5 1..4 58 ,
,Dia, Antonio 1.2 Lot t\o. 93 Puna st. H rvey's Meditations, do.
;.::! '.. Devls, ra via 1.2 Lot No. 191 nomana st. 1 22 1.2 1 22 1-.2 12 1-4 1 35 Ready made clothing, Pilgrim Progress do.

t'; Dalnatio, Margarita I" 74 Gov't st. 75 75 7 1..2 82 Domestic ticking, checks, Pope's Works, 2 vols. do.

"' DansJohn Lob No. 66 .. Cambric muslins, chintz, Lights &,bhadoVs of Scottish Lire,do,
p 07 Suburbs.i Fine Madras handkerchiefs, ALSO
,.! 68 1 05 1 05 10 1..2 1 15 The -
Fine silk flag do. Sorrows Werter
'.'t ). Dorvi11elati1da 1 Lot No 329 "lorida Blanca 35 35 3 1..t 2 58 Fine cotton iiose, do. half do. Life,ot Franklin. Paul and, Vocal Standar&!&,

:;'\t t.; Elkins, Harvey 1 IFlinn 38 Su urbs. 35. 35 3 1-2 38 French shawls, osnaburgs, William Tell, GaJhver's Travels Virginia.
arpenAo. ltc.
. ; John M. 143 I. lntendencia Pins, needles, thread WHICH &:-.
I ; ,, ., 1 Lut A'o. 171': fit. 4 55 4 55 4S I..CZ 5 00 Superb gilt buttons &c. together with the stock,
: 941 Cuna st. I 05 1 05 10 1.:2 1 15 heretofore 09
,; Foleh, Anne 12losterNaczabrtn Lot No. 10 cases black u ool hats, hand,
: I Lot No. 11 Saragus:1 st. 2 80 2 80 2H 3 V8 composes a very extensive and ;
1 do white do.
,.: : neral assortment of books
, ,; {: Firon,Josephine I Lrt No, 150 'ntend lIcia st. 87 1.2 1 05 1.92 1..2 19 1.-4 2 12 do. beaver do. sold at the New-York prices, and for cash will be

" ; .. 1 }'alconel, John arpells .No. 28 children's morocco do. CountrY Alerchants and public private

,. 47! Suburbs. 6 trunks! men's calf skin brogans, Libraries furnished
I" : 1 48 1 OS 1 05 10 1..2 1 15i 1 do. Ladies'lorocco do. on the most liberal
terms, and such books
as are ordrr
ti) and
.. Fitzsimmons, heir s of -
ALSO are not pn hand, will be
t 1-2 Lot N.o, 331 { Intemlencia procured-with

1 1 Lot No 332 S t t. 26 26 2 1.-2 28t 100 barrels Whiskey, distance little delay will as be possible.as ,Orders fron. i
: promptly .attended
f\ of UL
Caumerins, Estate 25 barrels Flour
and with the '
', 1.2 Lt 1\0. 243 arden It. 2 65 1-2 1 2S I 3 91 1-2 39 4 ")0' same liberality as-a
; I. 2 hhds. .ersonal application.
" Carlos de Sugar :
Grand Pre ,
7 .. '
i! a r 1 Lot No. 266 Gov't st. 14 35 49 5 54 30 bags Coffee. W. ilaS ell HunL

' a Grabl.m--- a rpens Maxatit's, Grant. 70 70 7 i7 April 12th, 1825; *
f.+ .1: f. Gorman, 'anty j'Lot No.. 1311ntendencaa st. 1 85 1 85 18 1-2 2 03 .N. H. Allen. ..

,,f',. f, HelJf1que, heIrs of April 15,1825.Spring. J. Shfnri8 Panacea.

1 Lot No. 23 on the Ba>' 5 76 1 50 7 26 72 1..2 7., 98 11.subscriber: 1m ins discovered th4

Josh 1 Lot No. 236" composition of SiJ aime's
iviMv Jardela', ( llom.na s t. C ) celebrottl
,"qt.! ._ + 2n7 S 1 16' 12 2 45 3 61 1..2 36 3 97. Goods. Panacea, has'now a supply on hand ,ftr

k'' : Losada,Juan OM. d. sale J-Ieha; reduced. the price from gj.

I ;.I : 1 1 Lot No. 10 Saragosa It. : ," NlS 50 to g 2 50, or by the dozen 24.
.. > ens 73 All charitable uiatitutiuiis:: in the UniteStates

e I '' "' '. 74 7S}S, u b ur b s. M HAVE received per brig St. Clair from tis. and the poor wilt be suppLed gi>

.. -\ork
1 l 78 58 1-4 2 80 3 38 1--4 33 3.-4 3 72 Jf the citizens of the principalcitiesaaitowns
merchandize contain&iJ
i ,lJw.U b run, l@)>(fpackages wiirapponuaii i agent, to order and-
K'"",)\ EttienneLot No. 67 Sara sast. 87 1-2 87 1.2 8 5..4 96 Brig a handsome assortment of distribute,this uedieineto the poor,it will
a fancy and staple articles suited to the season
I tiuppliett
"I' I10reno John, estate of -
: viz -
-,.1''- lLotNo.137 B..i1enst. 35 371-2 721..2 71-4 79'l.f Tiiis Medicine is celebrated far tie!

;; I' r lttlnna4 Antonio'1 Lot No.281 Intendencia std 87 1.2 2 80 3 67 1-2 36 3.-4 4 04if Printed muslins various qualities, cure of the following diseases.:;-ScroMi1
4-4 London chintz
} t 1 liras H. B. 1-2 Lot No. 157 Intendencia st. 35 35 3 1..2 38 or Kings evil, ulcerated putrid"Iiroatlong : m,
Fancy chintz shawls
.,.. 'r..1. Maldoiiado, Verina ; prints ti standing rheumatic afTeetioot,
:. \111- ....' 1-2 Lot No. 93 ( lna8t. < 87 1-.2 87 1-2 8 3-4 96. Cambric handkerchiefs.Robe titancou ,diseases, white, swelliru; and

.1fl..1t laxant.,.-- :- 800 arpens Casa Blanca. 8 40 8 40 84 9 24 patterns do. coloured flounces, diseases of the bones and all' cases gtne-
book and jaconetmuslins i
L'f. JSeiUnu & Randolph i I rally of an ulcerous' char., ter,- and c!rome :-'

t, l. 1-2 Lot No. 38 Intend ucia st.Ordosgoitte 35 35 3 1..2 38 9.8 and 6-4 cambrics, diseaHca, generally arising in debility

:jIf:' ., : Vincejnte' heirs,of Muslipatam handkerchiefs, ted constitutions, but more especially!
{h.i -' .. 1 Lot No.272 Intendencia.). \> hite and col'd merino & cassimere from syphilis, or affection arising tiers- +

il \!' 1.2 Lot No.?15 Romana 8 83 1-4 9 18 1-4 91 3..4 10 10 shawl"Silk ''
,.; II st. 35 from, ulcers in the to; Ana, nodes, &c.
I.. :.{. ()f Palao, Sevenno 1 Lot No. Intendencia st. "..2 is 1 25 4 00 40 4 40 scarfs, do. long shawls assorted, And that dreadful 'occasioned

!.. r ( 1 Kpdark, E. A. 1 LotNo. 46 R d'ng: st. 87 1-2 87 1=.2 8 3-4 96 Coloured lace scarfs and h'kfs -( long,and excessive use of mercury,Aft

i Sierra, Caroline i Lot No. 157 Intendencia st. SO 50 5 55 Silk hose, white and-col'd bordered It15 also useful in diseases .ot'theHTetCERTIFICATES.

i I ,iler, Solomon 1 Lot No. 39 Reding st. 25 2S 2 1..2 27 cravats, .

p bans, Pedro, 40 feet.front .. Printed and white Marseilles, ] have, within the last two Y. ears'D1

' ., by 40 feet deep Lot No. 197 Romana st. 70 ;7 0 7 77 Blue and yellow nankeens, an opportunity of seeing several Jij d
Linen Drilling with col'd silk stripes,
Madam Fran'co.
Suarres, '
inveterate ulcers
very hayitTfsisted
1 Lot No. 69 Government 2 22 1.2 1 40 3'62' 1-2 36 1-4 .3 99 linitatio'u, do. previously 'the modes..d
Stone, Daniel 1 Lot No. 160 Intendencia st. : 7-8 Suspenders Irish ,cotton cassimeres. treatment, were healed oy the use of Mi.Swaim's ,.

.' 1 Lot No. 98 'iinast. 67 1..2 ;87 1--2 8 3..4 69 Lawns, and I do belklve frog
7.8 and 4-4 Irish linens, in whole and panacea, ,
Stark Feubin Lots No. 105 > '
what I have that it will aa
<(una st half seen, prove'hnportant
"' 106 5 87 1-2 87 1-., 8 3..4 9Teregrosa 6 pieces remedy in scrofulus venerialk;
M. 1 Lot No. 153 Intendencia st. J 25 2S 2 1-2 27 5-4 Irish eheetings, linen damask, mercurial diseases. .
Tala, Madame 1 Lot No. 121 3.4 din diaper linen tickings,
Intendencia st. 46 1.2 1 75 2 21 1-2 22 2 43 N. CHAPMAN II D .
'illak ngaJohn j Lot No. 324 Romana su,' 35 35 3 1..2 38 I Ladies' cotton hose,assorted, andPrac&sifPhysic ,

.,: \VhiteEdmund 1 Lot No. 20 Public Square. 1 75 1 75 17 1 92 White and coloured cotton half hose; Prafettofofthe Institutes
Pcnnoa& .
" .. Wyatt: William, 1 arpen, j 1 12 1-2 1 12 1-.2 .11. 1 24 Ribbed white, do. have the University of / Kr.Swaim :,
E" :; Ximenes, estate of 1..2\\ 2 67 Russia diaper,-crush, 8cc. &c. 1 employed the panacea ,
-.thra fte
,It ;I.: :"-t* '1.2 Lo No. 18 Government 1 73 ,0 2 43 24 6 cases castor gentlemen's and roram hats.& bpy's- beaver, I I last three in years numerous, and! instances have always, found *'

>*. .i. v"i BENJAMIN WYMAN extremely efficacious, especially in icc*
i .*' :11 Pensacola: ,, Aprt130th1825.-8-ts.'' : I AND IN STOREGentlemen's dry syphilis and mercurial 1 disease., liar
i City tftollectori .
; hesitation <
-- - pronouuclngitamedicio*
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-- To -Lan Claimants. ': '6\'f\\ E. I !j NOT1E shoes,assorted and,-Ladies boots, and of inestimable.. value.W. GIBSON, M.D;

r 1-' THE undersigned, having been au Tojntruding settlers by git'en, That at the next term Brown and bleached shirtings and Profet tor of Surgery in the' Utrfra1

N' .. by an act of Congress, ap Hon the County Court, 1 will sheetings. of I'erinyiraa J t

'j i=, pto\'ed3dJ March 1825, to: examine and w/io commit waste on i ) accounts and vouchers. and Plaids and stripes, checks, dowlas, JOHN A11WN, Chc- '

decide on all titles and.. claims'to land in land,. nal settlement of the estate of Osnaburgsblue and brown domestic Philadelphia, Feb.17,1823-13'lam 11

4T 1 West Florida, not heretofore decided Upon "I "HOSE: lawless ell, late of Pensacola. deceased. goods, stout for negro clothing, N. B. For sale at Smith and PearsalT'E N'
'a.' by the late' Board;'.of Commissioners,I persons and a variety of other dry goods. ,
corner Streets
JLt of ; James Carr : of Third and Market
' .t-.'; subject to the limitations, and", inxnity COl\f9r Stat G .,and intruding ofcommjtting oil ,lands! of. I 151-tf. ..-ldmi1li 'ralDr., Superiorcld Madeira Wine in bottles, Each publisher of a,newspaper: in t11e 1J.. '

!. .- with the provisions of the s4cts"?O timber;are )hereby notified, Madeira, Tenerifle and sweet Malaga nited Ststesis requested ubb'h, ?
. tl} Congress heretofore ,passed 00 the .subject Wine in qr.casks. r.
have been UVeh for a rigid rnf free & Preserves. advertisement once a mon'tb.for pne y
't notify the claimants 'to'',land, 'thattheirpre.ent the,laws of_the.United States in green ># d ND, and send their accounts,for payment, ;
+ li session will be held at'Tallahassee ags Havana Coffee,
made and A good assortment Groceries. lr:1+
provided, they'ar ,
assorted in
preserves, '
the Seat of Government1 dered to desist from such April 15th, 18 5. NOTICEhereby
those 'who7 have heretofore filed claims .eh box, received per Schr. A- .
with ...
; otherwise + 1N. :
wh not been 'decided are Ire.1 they will be nda Malvina, and for sale by attherexttep"
hhrtve That
i : to the'utmost rigor of the law. Territory of Florida, -rr'S given, ;
quested jo'exhibit 'testimony in I. Stone & Nisbet. 'of thetion. the CourU.
County .
sup under : i'
hand V A
:.G.iyen my at t County Coca,t. ; :
port thereof at as early a period as practicable Washington, the 24th day of_ County .of. Escambia, present the'aceounts'and vouchers, : ; '
tt ; and th"who have claims to file Geo. alnga on New- ork. October Term, 1824., mak?,.'a final settlement of the
't #> will do so at any time before the 1st., November in suit motion of Adam Gordon Giles Newton, late of Pensw>1 ,,,,d, '
I dommitsioner e sums to purchasers ON Esquire, '. '14f 1-'
next. of the General
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Acting Attorney r the
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4 c 1 .. \ Sam'l R. Overton. I I 8-tJJ.I, Stone& Nisbet Florida, ORDERED that: a.Rule be'en.. jobn de, la :Rua, I'I. ,

vi. .i_ .. 'l'j, tered against.the, defaulting Grand and '.gdmiwa
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t. "I \\UE6n Thursday at 3 P. this Court,and chew ,cause, if 'they ... -
April_28th,182 -. -1m., Rfrcacr,, r Closes I tre t inmen have,why they any -.,LKW'.NO rIV ."
I should fined
k ,. ,, on Friday at 10 A. 9 '. qpt be for ..
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t\l ; .Grand Jurors in tslV &
'0' IT" Ro ert'fh J rc1nr r.Died.1iat sub- Co-partnership
public the
f 1 X'.Q.1OUr.. aXes: VI, ',/ P i >j; '}t' + ..pos 1 'has'opened'a houser enter 'the'Petit sun. > ofP!. Ieeri11ollars each, ;and the THE, having been dissolved: 'on' eJJtI! .

n Q' 1iF 1 'uni3ersi tf ned i is now'res4yr&, \\receire Penaacolii Ar130t1.$1825; = : for the_accommodation of travel .urcrathe sum of Ten Vetlar R. J. Easter will ;I", 'future :.ttetd"_ .
./,' each..And it is further Ordered, That a and 'Pensacpl*; :::
tb4 fO1 Jo. in, Afobile
t, tl.t l tbe.J>rVsenP2tar ot wbu may call on..him.fe Court: .
copy lift e above rule I be in '" .
't published
A deduction live and Counsellor at
; per t'ntVII < 'H. Attorney LffXj {
U.K. 'Call & lapis the '
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on all p;5d;before'the first'day of t ;: y, PensacolaJGarettei six weeks success attend ;to/any;: busiriest! :conntko I
t, May', 1825-9 3t '. sii ly" A true from ." .
a r Juneipdan'addition of teli per .cent CAVING,renewed -; y' :1, Copy the Becord,' management: ';' v. ", : af: :

t t will bV n 3eto atl'not plid. by the 'first t&llhe'practice of the Lav! I .. Attest; .. "; : iIay2titK.rt2. ', .1i:: '
tember' that the -Vill practice.' j id) : : PRJLNTINGfi rX "i I
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