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: June 18, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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', t in; the (office of' ,the clerk of the credible person, and the," ..*,lne foreclosure. of a mortgage'shall .appeals, thereupon, unless satisfactory *

PUBLISHED EYER1S.tr'uRDAr HUNT co.tlrto which' application' for J I or petitioners for fort @ n J, in all cases be entered.up and filed, cause be. ,immediately;

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j SOL1 EDITOR LID. Pnorairron,United Stales, four months when he. foreclosureis ;.t lit:ieto;,and.:j hi* an''! : as in other cases. and.,a'djudge that the; same, be annulled -
p1Jirr !Tt1,lit' jA Tetoypf;;' o.fthe Florida. it) be of Veal property, and two I Justice o1tlrsfl: .' ';ded.;: ec9. Br it further enacted, .and,made J1ireJy."oid, and f

J5CIlU'1'1"n'of -Yetr S\ 5, months. when it is to be of slaves Ji I dd by the cpuit and jury qr! the* That, nothing in this act,contained upon the receipt of the said order n
!!: Ilf yctr 3; 'or 'oiherpersonal pipperty, before court alone, as Jhe case may be, at shall affect the jurisdiction of'the and 'judgment, certified by the !U

QULTteryer- hnlf ccts.SUbSCt1ptLQfl 2, the; term. f the.,court at which. the the same time, if the petitioner or courts of equity of this Territory. clerk: of the said court .of. appeals, .j
L ngleJPeT twelve payable ami in :advance.\\ :, jucl .oent\ of foreclosure' shall or petitioner J shall require such decision in matters of mortgage, and that" the said clerk of' the court below ... j t

rKverr mlvcrtwesneni can be .demanded ,or rehdcred. unless. good and sufficient all acts or parts of acts rerjbgnanf shitljroceecfl .issue. execution as
Lkin ADfla'tuuCG-not more than twelve lines,-first. lAnd 'upon siiich: petition and mortgage causes hejshevn I by the opposite thereto be aud the same are hereby well for ihV, costs and damages J

]%DScrthi1: one Collar each subsequent in-' i and exhibition of '[to] theii44 party fort; continuance. I repealed.Sec. '.' :which, "may..have/accrued- in. taii
cents ; Io Kr oies in pi opir. Sec. 6.1 j Be lr further enacted i 10. And be enacted of for'the
rHOlfty; \ court, of any !? lid, ,.note or other further court appeals .s" deb.t.or
;on.in.flfltS: due dt"mand.libeJ".l1 for advert.;; payon dc-- '" ''evidenccr of the debt, to secure I That upon application of any per That the act. entitled,"'an'act to au damageor 'condemnation, ,and I

"Me.1's made t.) thosc\who advertise .byIt which;the uiort'&fge: was executed, son entitled to the foreclosure cf thorise EC regulate iheTbrcclgsure.: -costs for.which a: judgment, en-.
diCt'ear.or. which: it shall' appear' \*%s .giv n a moj-tgftge.of slaves or other personal of mortgages' by the courts'ofcom! hence or decree was originally. pronounced -, .

:All} commiunvjttsuM" to the Editor by the mortgager or mortgagers, property, ;emaining in the mon law'of this. Territory and' for- 1.' 9' ,
_'ii le pott,pat Jt or t'.iey: will be attendedto an affidavit being also made.' by possession of tie mortgager or other purposes" Approved c July Sec. 5. And.be,.'it further enacted,

.. or_._not._, as....svrt.rt"- ,._-s.conveniencesAn -.,-I;-.--,--.---- -.... .. the party or parties, o any.. them, m rtgagctss for \n attachment a- ,2nd 1826, be and,the iame' is hereby That .whTen an appeal shall. have
-- -- Livo'nf F un'da I petitioning, for ,such 'foreclosure',, .g. ust, the property, mortgaged, repealed! .Tfcjjir act I' be,inTforce been duly.entered, with the clerk
-- .. .: -- ..::=-- or by his, her or their agent or.ai'orney and' it shaU.be t\e duty of the from and 'after 'the 'first da)'' of of the court. of appeals in manner4fortsai'd ,

", '. iw :tb')'.I'h the'fictitious, and fur; other proceed. of the amount of Jhe principal judge of t)1.6) .court,, to which application March n!xt,. it' .shall be the duty or

iff; in Krctmeut uti\ncJ. p.urpo- god interest, claimed as due, I> for the foreclosure of the 4 Approved, December lltn, 1824. the judges of said court to-examine ..
therein! tJa
SKS: c/fd by the Governor at I iwtiIlie: of making such affidavit mortgage jtYiall be made, to direct the record,to reverse or affirm
lie :/ era Council of the'TVrritory tike) court shall at. lhec.st I the issuing o1( a writ gf attachment, An act regulating the mode oPining out; he judgment', sentence,or' decree, !
end Legltbtivc wrts of and
fir FloridaTuat fictitioui.>. term afttr the fijng| of-such pelition which thejckrk) of tKe said court the court error of appeals prosecuting'appealtin of the Territoryof .ofihVcaurt below, to award 'anew

prouredin. in lU'action of... eject- unless good cause,be shewn I hAIl accordingly issue, directedto Florida. : trial the. court.'below, or 'to givesuch
meat be, ",ud Hi- same are hereby to thricontrary, give judgment for the$ ministerial. or executive officer Be it enacted by the Governor judgment, sentence or decree ;

olshea, Utl! 'I\a t ; from and alter :he petitioner or petitioners for of iheMid courl, commanding and Legislative Council of' the asthcunibeluwCo1ht i to have i :'
the passage of this act, the mode the amount of the., principal sum him to attach, levy upon, and take Territory cf Florida, Thai if a 'par given: or'as'to them may appear .

of trying the right. and title lq of money' and the interest thereon into possession: and custody the ly in either of the' Superior Courtsof according, law. .

lands, tenements, and IH hejvdita- due tl, him, her, or them upcn said mortgaged proptrtyl or so this Territory 'shall feel aggrieved Sec.6. Andbe it further enacted.
ments, shall he Iiy action said mortgage, together with" the much thereof as will be sufficient by a final judgment, sentence That the a'id court of appeals

pass, in which the plaintiff or costs and charges of ,the proceedings to satisfy :line debt. or den/and/ of or decree made or pronounced may, upon payment of the costs in
ilaintifls shall endorse on hib her and shall also by its said the petitioner or petitioners and by any or either of said the court of'appeals, order \he record -

or their writ, that the actions judgment forever foreclose ami the costs !And charges of lie proceeding courts, it shall and may be lawful of judgment, sentence, or

brought as well to try titles as. to' debar the mortgager or mortgagers and the said ofticrr snail for such party at the time when decree appealed' from, with their "

recover damages.Sec. -' and all persons claiming oi- execute such; writ without, .delay, such judgment I sentence or decree decision andd determioal thereon

2. De it further enacted. to claim by, through o"r under him, and shall i retain the said property is. rendered or pronounced, or in writing'duly, certified, to be

That the laws now in fOCH. ) rela- htr: or them, of and from al! riglr attached in his custody ahd pos! within ten days thereafter to obtain rt"mitted.to'thesai,superior court, .
;ij;;-to the action of ejectment, except and equity of redemption of or in 'J ssionJul lil judgement of lore in court, if ihe. appeal be and the'said decision'and determination

as fir: 'as relate, to fictitious the said mortgaged (property and closure shall be obtained when heghall made it. term tiiSieor in the clerk's ,shall be, duly carried into

proceeding* therein: shall, be applied every part thereof.Sec. dispose of it according to office if it' be made- tin vacation. ., execution" by the' officers of said
to the action of trespass to 3. And be further enacted, law., or utItil the further order. of: hisher, or their appeal to'the' court superior courts, or the 'said court

titlc-s as aforesaid. \ That whenever the mortgager or he couit ,in the premises, unless of appeals, authorised and createdby of appeals: may'itself award execu

try Sec. '3. Be it further enacted' the person entitled to interested it shal! bcj i repieviccl; in the manner the act of Congress entitled_ ,ticn' tocarry into effect-its decision

That if the plaintiff or plaintiff* in the' equity of redemption, resides hereinafter: pointed out, but no '. an act to amend an act" entitled 'and determination.' -
in the aforesaid action of trespassrecuver I! beyond the limits of the jurisdiction auch \\ viz bf .ti:;c' :ncnt stidl issue '. an act for the establishment of Sec.. 7. Aqd be further enacted,

he, she, or they shallbe, i of the court, in which unit'ss he,! petitioner or petitioners the Territorial Government of Florida That all writs 'of- error on the final

entnfod to an execution for posses .- suit may be brought, a publication, for foreclosure or any of them, or and for other purposes" and jucgnien('ttr decision! of any of the

.ion as well as for. costs .and. ,may be made in' any newspaper his: her or their agent or attorney, an appeal; duly obtained shall in lUperiqr courts of this Territory, :
da/nages. printed in the district, within; shall iu&kr oalh of r.e sum realiyud all cases operate as a supersedeas. shall be test:'d in the name of the }

-- Sec. 4. Kf it further enacted, w\uich, ,thr mortSAged.premi. & lie, I truly :due upon the mortgage Sec. 2. And be further enacted presiding judge of ,said court of ; J
That it shall not be necessary to ,anJ' if ihere be no newspaper lo be ton closed, and that he hISS That it shall be the duty ot the appeals'and 51J'ilU.inuc demand,

file the original paper or papers printed within the district, then reason to cur, that the property said superior courts to require uf as,a matter of'right from the officeof r

surd OM its such action cf trespass :he next adjoining dinirict, and if mortgage will be concealed, bo the party appealing, if plaintiff, a the clerk, of the said court of i

with'the clerk, but that a copy none ,bev printed there, then in thai the ordinary: process uf law recognisance with one or mole appeals, but,n .wrlt of error shall. :
cannot reach it, or that it will be in as a supersedeasunless by i
thereof shall be sufficient.JOSEPH some newNpaptr printed in an adjoining sureties a sum sufficient to cover operate
M. IinilXANDEfc, state, nearest to the place removed eond the jurisdiction all the costs, which have accrued a special orderbf. said- court or '
President of the Legi *atiyu Council. of the .and shall exhibit lo i thereof made .inspecting
> of holding: court in the said first court, or may accrUt', and if de- some judge upon
SAMUEL FKY Clerk.1)ecenber3ri. mentioned district, describing the the judge the original l mortgage fendanta recognisance with one a copy of_the. 'record, and
[ Approved .WM. P. UU1.: ., ] land, and giving, notice of the intention and any qlknouledgmeni[tier evidence an uc- or more sufficient sureties in a the plaintiff 'in... error by himself, ;,
Governor of the Territory of Florida. of the party to institute' of the debtor demand sum sufficient to cover/the amount and a' responsible .'person in 'his.

,. v suit upon the said mortgage:>> which secured i bv ii, wh.cu shall for which judgment ha.s' been given behalf veniertng'.in'the" cle k's '..office
An Act to regulate the! foreclosure of publication shall be made once e- appear to I have been given by the a decree been rendered}' or a : :of either-the ... oqrt'of appealsor

motgagtby the Courts of Common tery"vo weeks for at least, fojur; mortgager or mortgager, at the sentence pronounced, ..together the: superior: : court into: a.oond '
Law of this Territoryand for other :>ur- months, before the firs t\lav! of the tittle: die application lor such wril with allcosts, conditioned, that"the in.double. the aumrecovered'in the

poses. which* of ztttcbiient shall be made, the appellant shall the, costs ,if court, "do\Vor double ihe amountof
he it enacted b\j the Governor and term <,f the court at application pay .
demand of the said attachment, if : the costs, 'lithe. plaintiff ,belowbe
Legislative Council of the Territory shall be made. for .a\jJdJ- plaintiff, or if defendant, the debt,
of Florida, Thai it shall and ment .of foreclosure, and ihe-said inatle at tie lime of filing the pebieclosurc damages, or condemnation; and the plaintiff: in error als'o" wid-

may be lawful for any mortgageeor ;publication shajl be deemed' '\!by Litton lor: must Ot"' contained costs, in case the judgment, sentence one or; mare'sufficient sureties ,to
in the said but : by the juUge or
ot"the be.approved
peiuion or decree superior
mortgagees to assign and transfer i said courts in all respects equivalent ,
any mortgage made to him, to personal service of noiictv, the said kuachmeni may oe applied court shall be confirmed by the clerk of said 'court, conditioned
for petitiou aiid obiumeilon for the duevprosecution of,the suitin
her, or them. And the person or as hereinafter provided. Providedhowever iy said court_ appeals.. -
persons to whom any mortgage that it shall be made to<< a comliance I with the aluze.sL Sec. 3.,And be further enacted, error, ant.ln. .cast* of t.tle..affirm-
may be assigned or transferred, Appear to the court by affidavit oroiherwiae rcquiiio: :) at any lime uc- That if the said appeal be applied !. ance of the judgment to 'pay..tho

may j.Ko assign and, transfer it, that! the sid party.vor fore\ihe j-idginent of foreclosure. for in term lime, the application) defendant in 'e.rror'the' condemnation -;
Se \ 7 Be it further enacted, shall be made in andit and costs when' such order
end they and their assigns, or any parlies, defendant, .or open '
subsequent assignees: may lawful* actuallyreside, beyond the limits That itxsl l all and may be iawlul shall be so stated by the clerk fs madend"securiiy; given as 'aforesaid -
.f for the mortgager or mortgagera: of said superior court uponthe the :said clerk lhall en- ,
ly have, &k', and pursue the sa r.emeant ihia Territory.Seo i
and remedies: which anv 4. And.be further, enacted, or any o \\r person or persuus record, and the appeal bond shall I dorse oh such ,writ.of error, that it
That the Having an imprest la the equity of be of the judge shall bie-a supersedeas the said
mortgagee can or may lawfully in all ,cases,,except case approved; by ; bu'j '
}Ht'ask or pursue, for the ,foreclosure provided\ form the .third .section redemption of\any slaves or other if the appeal' be applied for' in vacation o writ. ..'nd'endorsement shall be obeyeo -
of any mortgage, and for of.this act, personal service of no- pcrsonaljropert<, which may oe ,- the said appeal bond shalj :as' such.suspending all further -

the recovery of the' money secured tice of the intention of' ,the party attached; under the'last prelectingsection be approved of by the clerk,,and at \ proceeding,in relation to said

th '"t"by. \ to ir.stitLte'said suit shall beaerv- oil tins act to' ivplevy the least twenty fivedays notice, of udgmetin.aud by the officers. pf
Sec. 2. Be it further.enacted, That I I eil upon the mortgager or oilier same by giving bou \\.uh ttt least such appeal' shall))e'.'given to'' the the said, superior'court..
the of two; .good .nd suUicien4urcues, in lice beforeXthe..term *.9r$ ;the Sec:8.And beft/urther... enacted
mortgage shall be foreclosed, person, having quity ( redemption appt : : > ; "
tier this act, in the following manner ,which service, shan) be a suin su fi iCDto, coY r toe a- said court of appeals,at which the. That:the .plaintiff in en or shall

that is to say: the person o! made by the officer appointed to mount of the debt sworn to be due saW,appeal is to b,' tried. ,J. file1 in the said ,court of appeals his

persons, entitled to the .foreclo! serve: vrits issuing out'bfand J'e- upon the iuortgagc, payable the .Sec. 4. And be it further enacted" assign;;nent..of errors'within three
"turtiabetoaaid! four months ministerial facer of the court to ThatIt shall be the duty oC, the da) s a fter the return.of the writ.Lfthisbe .
sure of any mortgage, may file his, court} '
her, or their petition in the sup ri. when the foreclosure t to be of vvtioin thtj writ of allachmeui_ 'shall party: appellant to demand' from_ ( omitted .except lor good
8td' have been directed, and conuiiioiied the clerk true of all the Cause:shewn, the said 'writ 'ofror er-
or court of the district,. in which real property, l\to months a copy .
the mortgaged premises are stiua' } when it, is to be ,of personal pro- to return I to the said officer or "proceedings in such. cause in ,the, -shaII! :oo 1.motion: oItie[ r dC_ D- .

ledwhen they are n-al prop 'tror fperty,..before ihe ternrof. the court his :successors in office the said "said superior couit, and to..eiitertm ,daut, .Ip .;error.be{ nontrprossed. ..une -
in which the "mortgaged property : at which judgment" shall be ren- property whenever the ,mortgageof same with the clerk of thecourt less'' 'th said' court allow further
ii shah 1 be foreclosed, Usejudgmentof ii1. 't .,J'1'- : "
b 'whf'ft1 is d'r'd. by of appeals on or before ,the : : "
may personal property :
:: ; which, petition shall describe : StcBe':; '-I it further enacted,. the court,'.or: to pay first \hiy of the next, succeeding. :.Sec.j&And! ,j cit further'enacted,
and art lorti! the names of ,1h: whenever any mortgager or fcuch gum |of. money aa;3Hall! by me term thereof, unless the said 'nexlsucceeding Thaltbejsaid'clerk- gfthe. urt:of
said adjudged to be shall'at;,I he.lime-ol' issu-
judbrllenb shall coniroeude appeals! .
the original 'parties to: the> .mortgage .*ny person; or persons, Having a term ,
and if the mortgage' has ,.rght' r.\itltc"t"Sl'il1' the equity 61 r due to tb.6 pciitioncforieLiuonersrun within, |hir.ty days after the obtainingr.of f rgthai4.' ". $ ..rrttrof errtaraIipis4Q -
: .eden ; foreclosure, and.all5ttie, costs : 'laid Appeal, and thep !.sue. \ :thedefendant. ''in'rlorl'a.. _
been assigned, the' assignments ption'Oc.any'mortgaged property i > [ .
thereof the debt 'r'da'mandi : Ib"a"l have: .anyobjection and charges o f,t he v proceed ings, the'said appeal l shall be entered. !as fs'oo .'. f ci :, r e or: .. ihidh,'"
; hL1lLbe: f a'i turnarwiih. the
wheneveritbe l same ,D4jl ,be demanded after the first day .oft e next : )
sheV the foreciosure'of
Mfhich or caUse to against -
the mortgage was, givento : of but nosucli reptevy shall I 'succeeding terra\hereafier-'of. said i iiti'cl'! writ of-error: > and,. no ,judgmeut -
suchequity redemption
secure, be ..Inade'ut 'the paynsentofall of will dmit.p'ftwenty' ; shall:.rendered by;the-said
as ,
such cause shall upon ,court appeals.
the .a objections or 'l
.same, couH of.appeals'.unless it ,shall '
of > ap
ht' she and filed of costs sasuinglhe attachment, days noticc lhe'reotbeih; ; j
lecrptibnofhe'proptty'morI<< >vn by'wa plea ihertlurnsof'
and of the; proceedings and! in either ca34 t ir'bt the AprriJeriffice1upaaIrJ
:gaged and half''a1so contain a .lo ihjp hetitipn/of! 'forccibsureivfifjieen : consequent given>: said ,
; thereon ndjhe bond so given, t e ci ; ( on
of the'said :
ihc:,first of party : ,
pPy r, that the mortgager orJnbrtgagersj :days .V tfiatlticsame.t'- WlfhVsor .
and all claiiiiing trie;(erytf next' following..the f pi.rdtioo repleyy bf.; the-prpyisionr: of this, proceedings, >> Rreuid, ,f,a.\ "erTcd ,
persdh : 'of'the; :. foresdd:. resectyerjod .iJ : section si uU have, the force and shall'and may:.fe.)IfuNtfic: l eid J--t8: rj ,if_sald; Uefendan -

or'l claim, bythrpttgh'Qifuu-; ,ibea-'Hr tt1e I ',:;, effect of a, judgment: and, 'nothing adverse partyproducing a cerifificafe -.: ,,he ((1noi"esWent: 'ore.: _
der pulicaiun
him them p' )
her '
prci ,
or 'my* \ainedrin'tUu*:section baU.b. from the( clerk oUhe cqurt,below A ot,in', e.; !rtbr ,thin'iipoa fain.
forever f teclole'd'nd' barred,' ,of : o erii 9f.t. .I Iq, o: rt be. '
: fOr:1de construed us.to release the rnort- ',I ibai,8n; (; appealhas: Been ob-(legally: auttiorhe4ageatqrfiuittt. '
substance betPf.11U : 1g '
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1'IiD \Iie: fiel .
gedpr4peryfroru. |hen creJiSec. ,- tr-ined.an l a re'cognizances givenas ,. 2
op .equity of ..redepnptidttln' theaid el Jpsur4; iuch plea fl'h W *! toiove.thrsaidcourt. 'went' 6ve; ," r fto i.' :(0' the
1rd ,bytuuirigage." aforesaid .
mortgaged! property; ."'J\n"dthe t :o t.5rl n. Q.' t.i.. f Jeverii4b'y : ird ; : ftbe!aatd _
further: enacted thatMthe eaidappeaL be Ni
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said :Wemortgage WiT' < ( '
petition with ,' t
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: of the said 'crtof court orJapneal.r .
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that I had pair. qoesled t I 1 enrfftainment.. t !! .the; :--::: ..... W4Uflrnhd l&tr: .
Sec.,10, And be further enacted, remembered too a : f ; ;iijsp'e9L'Ec.II:" '
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That all, writs of error," on judgments I' .of.excellen\pi lols, well prepared }I nighj.; .nostfinformed.; ,hiratbath L t di itiop.of-WeIjutj.5: pel1h :; 11
h'U'actionl shall bt* suedv. for.service' I and wg5it.continodehims:of.nia/power: to ac, : ;i. t&tt" urt- i about be 12b.i l hed J
in : ; was young peri j jsuaded C :V w;7a; at:' jirttent I : itti_,.
out and itkn within two years' l :lyselr'hat my: suspicions 1.I 1.' Uliouvwwalready tlrigy' want:earjtetiiers,. join-I.11(. st. to'; Tacui.sson.: ,We .i, t-
from the dale of said jud ttnient's. I were all childish. -resolved' -to } ulI. He entreated 'him r ,rnasorj..iutLaUortsoi ; -' ,ftflbriCkldyerS .,. -. 1 w '.'In\ .rh ; P
., Sec. 11. And be it fur liter enacted, ?r remain, and my boise was hastily to lodge him, as he was almostexhausied labos'ers,'"'whose cutj e .ttCe.,.of .an. JDn '
That the said court of appeals t tl put up. Immediately! after which j With- travelling, as well as llfan it is to ,build up, ori..ju.W "in.'- n, .,.'t'i\( t

shall have power to issue, writs of! the stranger mounted a ,small sorrel I his beast, After much solicitation, down' ,houses or tenements, of every trees,1unbounded bl .w.. r rb. \ l f

Mandamus, quo warranto, prohibition I and'galloped off as he said, to the host consented to entertain i on., Good servants,of all work : a U5e. Thecbo1
4 audita querela habeas cor gel his note exchanged. ti\mfiro-ridcd he would sleep in.a or' any work, intdoor\o"r oulvdoor, was .par 'c larl very much t

pas, and procedendo, and shall% I had not been long in the house, certain,c lumber, that had long remained :waiters, ,cooks, chambermaidslaundresses r esenibhingthe'h?, &tone' chorus7' t
possess and exercise a general superintending however, before tJ.e: woman excited unoccupied, 'in. consequence l 'or. coachmen, are' ;in; ';\Ve. .heartily wish the :poblU] 7

control over the superior '. anew my doubts to my .host. *.'.if a belief that it was perpetual demand: : ,and we want,, success in thelr.u dertaking." ,

c urts, and official acts of Sh? inquired whether I "was armed haunt di.>y:,the ghost of a barber, evtry kind of building! materials. The I common. 'council. of lcw,. .,

the officers of the superior courts, -whether I carried any money who vrjm, reported to have been from' 'shingle, to ,a tile, bricks, York have passed resolution |0. '
and of the sheriffs of the respective 'in my portmanteau whether I murdeAih that room a number &c. ; for all which, higher pricesand open., a.newund" wide, street, about

counties in this Territory, in had been in the neiglI.bohOOd'and : fyea' r.e. "Very well"said better wages arc given here, 'midway, between tne Bowery; and
serving process and notices, shall a hundred similar, question'*>,' ,the gu pfc' I am not afraid of the at this time, then in any city or Broadway, from Jones to Art'
be of the same authenticity in the J lo,all of which I answered with ghost'; take care of my horse, and town in the United States, or the street, to 'be called* 'La Fayetfi
court of appealsT" as' their own J I promptness, not choosing to ,betray prepare me some supper." After civilized world.-JV., Y. E. Pest.'News 'Plqce. It, will cut in twain the

courts respectively.. I I } ,any reserve, as that might taken some refreshment, he inquired from:' New 'YoM-\Ve gardens of Vauxh 1J. .
; Sec. 12. Ahd be, further'enacted;make matters worse. 1 waited of the host how,, and inV! at l learn from the National" ,Journal j The. corporation of that city

That the said court of) appeals anxiously for the man's return, debating manner the chamber in which he I published at fKasA/nego n,:, b.a i.'o'n' are icnstantlyngaged In ,making
shall have power a'Bd: itf shall ,be with: D\iselfwhether I would was to lodge, was haunted. The the list instant'SUlYastheunrecedeitted improvements= which will do,them ;

its duty to make ill nctbsaryruls! not.frame an excuse for going on, I host replied, that those who had p demand for,houses-in honor. -Nothing tends more to the

for the regulation of the ''practice as soon' as lie returned-he was tohave lodged in the room, stated that the city of -/V/ '?-1ork, that ,'near- advancement. .of the Business of a

p' of the"said superior courts as wellas [ been on by nine ia the even shortly after; they retired to rest, 500 families)asserhbleo in the;'Park,' place and to the -encouragement ;

for the said cuurt of appeals, !ng-but eleven came-the family unknown, voice vas heard" in a baying no ,hoinV'in. Which they settlements in it, than theo,

which saidrules/ so made shall! all ap 'ared weary of' sitting up, trembling! and protracted accent, c could: dejT sit their. furniture.,',and' pening of new',streets or the wi .
; be submitted to the LegislativeCouncil 'and I: finally gave up 'the point, saying, u Do: you vant to be shaved shelter' 'themselves-J! "'1ti .further, dening old ones. >.

r at the session thereof next and yielded to the frequent inti. 1"V eJl," replied the guest, stated,) -tjiat, in the'evecing, 'the, : I' *. ,, Albany Gazette.

!1 after the making of-such rules, and I mulion that 1 could. retire, and if he comes I will let him, shavr 'I prison ,d&brsj\rere: brown/open: 'for' f .l The last Richmond Enquirer,

the said rules, approved of by' was'shown to my chamberVhen / me." ,He thru requested: that he the reception .of:the. houseless, and in comnc; rltit:1J: ?' upon the recent
the said Legislative Council, shill I \ left.here.'tojmyself! I ex- might be shown To the.apartiaent |, many 'availed, themselves of tne' rise of; produce in this country

after such approval have the force, anitne4intomy situation,. in. regard in going to which; he was conducted ( privilege ora night'A booY'th.e're.'t .,particularly l the staples of tht.
effect and, authority of laws.Approved to-1 the means of my ecapeif through a long. rbom'wherewere .' .w-Yotk&/IecIai. south, makes ,the following just

. .h _- ,December 13th, 1824. an escape should be necessal y. I i seated great number of persons Mr. Joseph .BtHj; orwhdi we", and. 'as, .we' presume,. peculiarlyapplicablereflections. "
: found (..vras literally in pr'.i ison. I at the; gambling tattle. Feel" had occasion speak;ih our last' .

1kI1SCELL1.P'E The windows' were firmly nailed Ing a curiosity, which almost t very paj[ f",has invented a.nf\v', kind ,of A,: Y. American."Rut.there .

I From the Trenton: .E.1np" 1um.. down'"aJjd the sash remarkably one possesses, after" having Furnace for mefli.igpig' metal, is, danger. ,in' all sudden .

The Adventures, of a Night. ,strong-the only door was that heard ghosi stories, he carefully and casting'machinery,.Sec. Within rrool tipn8., Ffae spirit of'spec,
by which I entered It searched every closet in his- a- ulation ,may again do nJis hief.
I was travejlih'gi, with a view to' separated a fortnight past,.lie has put one '
collect the : my room from the chamber in parlment, but could disco"rr.nothing : of these Furnaces Into operation Thingsmay. again 'be pusnerl to
: of several extensive mercantile I which, it appeared to me, all the but a large basin. He'th.en I in this place, 'and ,the 'period f4me extremes.-Let us profit by the
establishments -
in Philadelphia, and family hlept. It was fastened bya went tcibed: ; but feeling much fatigued required .,om-II, pig,metal j in lessons ofvrr/ifriVncr, that safe
bad in wooden latch on the outside, andI 'ke did not close his eyes to- this furnace is only about half ofthat and"unerring monitor-and if we
-.. amount my possession when: in notes the to a took notice jhat there was a sleep ijniiiediaU'ly, (which is often occupied one of an ordinary dare 'to take upon ourselves_ ,the of- .
v great: ; prosecution the .jast when one is excessively fice.of moral economists
; would
of( homeward I string on the insidr:: when I entered kind. Thp4greaVeconomy.inbuilding we
to journey
was obliged)remain at a some by which the latch could be tired) and in a few moments he these/Furnaces is, still earnestly conjure. our fellow citizens -
i imaginrd Jje heard the voice as ,./o/jay,all their old debts
raised. This the as
woman :
pulledthrough whole
what rude, disorderly public house more astonishing ;. the expense -
4 for several hours in after her when she shut represeited to him by the host. not exceeding & 80. The fast 'as' they conveniently cau, to
btorr,, and consequenceof when tbe \\\f\ d a '
weather allowed me again to travel means opening it, or indeed I every part of Ilis'chatrib, but: used, is also infinitely less.. running i new ones, to improve
I found myself 30 miles from of getting out of the room under could discover* nothing. He Uien I C/ierqVf Jnteltigcnccr.dfifiointmcni their farm*-and to EDUCATE THEIJI
went to bec(-but' xio sooner had CHILDREN in'the best "
circumstance jvithoul the manner t hey
Harrisburg, the point I dosined any application by president.-
reaching that day, and that '1 had of great force. ] sat down I he begun to, compose lo'sleep, than I Philip C. ,Pendleton.of Virginia, can afford.
r and reflected awhile all the question was rep ;ated. He Trade 'Wi h Georgia.The :inj '
: but an hour's sun remaining. I on these to be Judge of the .U lte\! States'
:.; preferred the hazard'uf the road i trant.actjions-and: my suspicions then arose and went to his window, Courts," for the Western Districtof crease of' trade between Charleston
all 1 heard I the sound appearing to proceed>> and the interior towns: and villages
came back-presently
ft however, to a lodging at such a I : Virginia' in the place of JohnG.
: place, ami accordingly' set forward the tramping of a hojse-afier as ]I[ from that quarter,and stood :Jiwhile! ; Jackson, deceased. of Georgia, ',is almost incredi
;the voices of in silent. After a few moments of ble.Ve are correctly informd
thought, two Food
on my way. But by inquiry discovered -: men for Enslih Reviewers.-A
befote set out that a man Ihe ,yard. They mimd the suspense, he attain heard the sound gentleman, who has lately returned that there, are now nearly two-

; who formerly followed the seas, house, and a long and constant distinctly-Convinced that it was from {heV t"st,' informed the hundred stoLe keepers and traders

.5. and against whom I had a small conversation was carried on in a from without I. he opened his window Editor of th'e, Alexandria Gazette* rn.town, mostly from that quarter

k bill, resided a few miles from he lower tone, which I could not hear: when it was repeated full 10 that in passing through the State laying in their supplies' for the
main distinct to catch his ear. On a closer examination, season., -Charleston Courier.We _
enough Indiana '
: road, and that byjjoing that a single I he stopped at a county
: word, with he observed! that the limb of a .. mentioned, yc&Ketdny: the
distance out of the way 1 could call one exception, when town during the session of "the
I4 I on him. The bill had been reckoned one of the men raising his-voice a venerable oak," which stood under court. He wasintritrd .to -attend: arrival of the Colombian frigateVenezueIa1

( a lost one, and, .I determin little with emphasis, said, "at all I his window, projected so nearto Court, and accordingly. found the Ne -Yorkand mention -
c I ed to see him possible.' I reach- even's we must make secure of the house, as on every breath of f Judge sitting on a large Mock, in d ;bearer, of despatches was

ed his house about sundown and him in some way"" declaration wind to grate against the shingies, one corner of a log cabin, paringhis expected by her. 'We now learn

I found him at home. He was a that might have reference to me, creating a sound resembling the toe nails, and the members. that she has brought out Don ..

th large, ferocious-looking' weatherbeaten or might-not.: inerro atian" ;" Do you want to be the bar next the JuCge; separated FRANCISCO LOPEZ, who is bearer. ,

iI! man. with a dark lowring P was( alc&l'mrd-I picked my tha--ucd? Having' satisfied himself from the people by a pole fastenedto I of a' Treaty of Commerce, and aa

brow, huge red whiskers, and -a' pistol flintsSt examined the loading that this: ghost was nothingmore the sides of the' house. Soon Arrangement. ,for,the Suppression : _
rough and forbidding address.. -ihrtw; onlY o coat only, and or less than the limb of a after he entered, this seat of, justice I of the. Slave. Tirade.-.,''- .Journal.,.
lie examined ,the bill a moment, e extinguished the light; laid down tree in contact with the house, he" the Judge inquired of the The 'Naval; Court of Inquiry,
wiih nit pistols under went again to bed, and attempted appointed! to investigate the con.dut.ot'Corn. .
j4 acknowledged correctness, and my pillow, a Sherjff why the jliry were not forthcoming
told me if I could change a fifty ,hand grasping each, .and my money to go to sleep ; but was now interrupted .to which be ;replied, that Porter having: .con} "

; 9't dollar note, ne would discharge,it. between; the"bolster and bed. by peals of laughter in the he had eleven,tied, up ...stairs and eluded'. ,. .. the business I before thtnv
k.- .' 1 replied without! hesitation,and in that situation, so great was my room below, :where the gamblers his deputies .were .engaged running 'and reported the facts\JO the Navy

be brought the note,but held it in fatigue at I fell almost immedi- were assembled. Thinking he ,the twelfth down, that'the-jury 'Department: ,.' adjourned yesterday -

.J,i his hand waiting for his change. ately asleep, and did not ..awaken could turn this discovery to h sown .would)he -ready in: a .few' mo I ,sine. die. -..Idem.dflflointment '
Then,and not till lhen-l recollected until something hard under my advantage, he took the sheet ,ments. Upon: this ,our 'traveller .: by the rtsident.Vi .-
, that to make'up. the sum \ shoulder aroused me-one of my'''I from the bcd,;| and wrapped it around immediately departed, and k soon f after ., !:!: '. )HOEMAKER, ,of Pennsjl'
'i should have to resort to my large pistols had slipped down, and 1 him and.' -taking, the- basin left the ,State. JWe susoect. 'yania' to be Consular CommercialAgent'of '
I pocket book and expose all 'the was lying on it-I replaced ii in his hand, descended toc the this traveller is a little disposed the United- ,States. .st

: money I bad, not, having, a sufficiency more cautiously. But at this mo. room of the gamblers, and suddenly make.himself merry aOheexpehse! 'Matanzas, in place of Francis;_ r*
1iA: ? in the small one I carried, ment whispering in the next room l opening the door, rushed in, exclaiming of"' Hi 'Honor", the Judge, and dan s,.deceased.Jd.. J
for the purpose of changing, in .alarmed 'me, I listened and listened :ir. a tremulous voice, the Gentlemen of'th) Jury."] JVfw YorkPolice, Office,":'Tho
_______________ my vest po ket. I paused a moment ; the wind was blowing without; Do" you-\yant-to-be-shaved : .OAf Q faptr., public are informed! that base coin
considering, thai mv and fifty times I fancied 1 heard ? Terrified at this sudden,. There arrived; at Georgetown, .are in circulation. 'viz,:Spanish
,--s. horse was tolerably fleet, I, determined th'e latch, lifted, 'and grasped my interruption, they left the roonf in ,last xv e-ek,..from Ohioyhine wagon- Milled' Dollars, dated 17.98 and
to run the hazard,.whatever pistols fire.' At last however it the greatest! confusion; some tumbling loads of Tobacco, each wagon ,Six l'enny"Pieces of 1807:; the

-jt it mighi be,of tempting him by died away. The heat almost suf down stairs over. the heads I carrying three_ hogsheads. Some :i impressions of both,are.,very bold;
the exhibition of the cash I had focated me. I rose, undressed en- of others.-lie, then deliberately*:of'the 't'obacc&.rastondemned. by and thej' ppear to.bevneyJyandL.are D1adtt--

\ t by me. I unfolded roll after roll,I 'ird) and again I laid down-an put his basin j under the table and.athl"ring !the Inspector on accouhi: its.being .- ;very imposing.FOREICMT.. ., .
h' and he)looked on with an eye of hour passed, and I" again fell a- an immense suniofino. I '{put',uprjn too high'astalfe;.but '' '

apparent curiosity. The change ,sleep. \\ .hen.1 awoke, itVa.. by Hey<< into'i:, which bad been: leTt i even in that state,_ twenty-.five'dollars -- , : ;

i1 was counted down-he produced ,a gentle rapping at the door, and thereupon, secured: it, and retired.:. : ..per cwt. wasVrefused. it, from -='
A'ev.York Mercantile
tac JUverfan.
rr: the note-?I saw at.first ..glance it' a call.I' r, will you. please get peaceably rest. % ; and It has been taken,to. the,country .IIay26., _
. ; .:was a counterfeit, and told him so. up Jo breakfast." The next morning, on going be' t .for re-, andl.ing'a. re-packing, From EhZlazzd.-rTh-F Louisa,
'U He betrayed, I-tiiought kicd of i Never wilj: I forget low, he found the house in the utmost I when"it' .
my joy-jt wihlbt1ng'28br :0 dollars, .M, atildaw hich;ari4ved. .on. .Tuesday ,. "
t I ; f1'4' forced surprise at this declaration' seemed like a resurrection from confusion. They immediately [ being the ,price' ':'given forthat njhtfrnLivpaol,. sailed-
-but soon reJ i.nrd'"that ill would the dead; for had asked him if he enjoyed: a goodmerit's which '
an attack been i passed inspection.pVn .. thence; 'J1\.I:: \he,24th ult. and bring: .
+. sit downs he wouldl immediately made,upon me in the utter darkness '. rest. ':He replied in the /< Jtzt.MjMiGth.The .. :. advices QUe" day ter than befdnreceived. -
.c .put off, return the note to the person of thnnight, I know I should affirmative, "\, Well, no wonder, Union," which 'succeed S '
% of whom he received. it, and have, had a ;slim chance, armed as said the host, for the ghost instead ed at the late election of Governor A'"letter fronrojur correspondentdateo

procure the.sum I wanted." I was, against two fearless desperadoes. of going to hisusual! place, made and Senators, .in'Boston and. other x Liverpool,''April 33d,' even;
ftF1 My suspicion had already been I hastened down mistake, came into our room and of :
; every parts lti4ssa.hu8e.u'.Iippe tot : ing, IU>s-, There was only a mo
. awakened-it> seemed :.plain thai facel met was cheerful and hap carried" off every cent of our mo be at an end, in:Boston at,Irast.At .-, r d rate demand for .Cotton .to-day.
flll .thii offer: of payment 'was, either: py; the ney. The guest without being '
man paid me 'my money; an election, for twenty .Representatives The sales are i estimated at 400Cbags'of
,made with"the intent 10. he had really" beer the least suspected, quietly ate his i
I ,- pan on I. deceived in the from that towntoT.tle' :all sorts., at about yesterday's -
me a spurious ,note, or.' ascertainwhat note, and had found some difficulty breakfas and departedi h bio I State, Legislature p a. ew.days.agOvthe prices.. The market :dil-

ij{ money I had ; indeefhho last in getting exchanged, which valuable) treasure. SMM*. Uni-5n Tiketvaotcdcfln: plays ,a'very,firm: p.pr'arance' ,."
j l4; presumption .the : '. The, above be relied oti.. a. .
appeared strong was cause of his late detention may as san cerembnietndt *a' 'complete Iay2..By.thbLcuiu /Matildawe ,

: t est,. from the circumstance, that- th6. night before. His oldest' son arthe'.author: had it from the Federal Tiet.eIected. 'by'a-iweep- 'have: 'received..the-LoJiclon Co -
i ,the note. was so badly executed j 'had .'.come' jiome with, him: the mouth:of a' very' respectable aged jug majority...-Idem.' *, .rier'of:the 22d, A.prilrand Ljoyd',

-I .th tt. he could,' :1' ,thought, have good ,woman.,told me very kindly, gentleman' ,in M Massachusetts, At a little' school. at Chapel J in iist.of: ,t.e. same, dale, togetherwith ,
small hOpe of Hs>eing'taken.... that she feared I had been-disturbed whom ,it was reported' by the person Weardale, 'an'ec, tntric characterhas a.file of the.Timeav'to,'the.2Ut:.

; Thf question' now was, however, as the .old man and his so.n had himself. "' ,adopied( the.:following.:nxthod ;ut.ln'' :....1., Q'lve.. :> ":,' : .
,should I run the yenttlre'and' :regain 'satupTer.y \late, examining. into, -a to teach, tHe child renr. their! alpha 'ihetatholsemanctpatiOfl: .bill

.r-, 4' or attempt to,reach, another and. arranging some .accounts' A lawyer, being sick made his bet: All'the. ',furnit.urejn'the.school had :beep.carried; 'lysmajrkI7.0I: r\

*, lodging, which: !'knew I could not I which lKey. [had. against ,a.fellow will, and gave all his,estate'to 'lunatics ,roomli 'made..afier..the.sha pc' oJ 37 in. .UvrjHbuseof; Common's. ', :The! _, I
_find in. '
a ahurIer4jtaflcbtb&n nine .WIQ; had recently become' insolvenViniie l- ,,frantics and mad people. lhftfpu\an ; we'it1Iter ul l receivedtwith -
: \ and, ..annoncifiaUpn.of4here": A :was. ;; .
._wilcj;and Jose oilrejy.the ftmpunl' .. ...{. D e gb1>,o, hood.. -. And on ,being asked why he.'did. -. ihef e Beadifficurt: letter qixwo !)iiI 1 loud cbeejrsr/ljiy-the. 1 '
)u. ,, ..cfhisdebt. ,Hooked at, his wife {. ." '- ,j ... so, repLiedfrom} such 'hebd it has Jhat' part'6l''j the. ..'furniture, ,a) 5" *' Vm ;.5' (-the* -Housr' *- -..- wj- ropposmonstde \ "
und his,'children! and : and to; such he ;; "
the situation I : "Pro".tl.e ElIl1 tA cijse : would'-giv'it. :a, \ tCCd, ftove" : ; a';punish"raent t to .5 '1:1-he\ >foUpng Je1s 1 t' tFrJqr .C.>vry i.' ,

:Lthings .*kallvteRded, ;IcdissipateL The' JJit11)e. r'S*fht;'" 'aiD. .. 7 ,. ,!J I ,tI !)yp. jln. 1 C ,{.J er.; had. % r. efr.e4y; the.h1CT-
suspicloni-this <>; .: ; : .. ,
my ,, ,
family ..
.. A ,F ACT.. .. .41 I '. By; beiemean v:ou. rinfo rmin t;as-- ol3jht9k'; i" .' '
looked respectable,..and ap- .... gentleman: : travelling some had lady, being ,askel. :'viig >Iig; :*uce\u8iheyare! : enable .Jo-"I; afa I ; ..;\ rr Ax2OtbApril)825to I *' .,
-pe.r 4. kind 'and:.;.;.amiable-all I yea t! since, (none of the southern married-.an ugly iuititIaaid: their Tetters. in; fied, .ar';',, '<: : ; '(Jentlweia::..1*nxyou >sguj10( "
GfiUants '
things were in regular order '1 I L : I ,' ought to be handsbmV) 'tha
; .states. called at, an inn, and re-IA !OuthutbandiQi : .;' : ;1 I Ai4 r Je.lJ! r)31r : ,:i6ic, ,-'' thog'srnmai$1 t
: { God i of
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1ithM. SA NT A Ft. :. 1yenttirctiwbo- hazirded, not only their: pal yearly feaste orholjr-days;t .at the very -. 1k _, ----S_'_ ''..1 0- :k___

siterr.'DO i o :the gaol at Franklin jlo..4Jlrll,' 19liari .. -W t '"fortune bat eventheirpel.dusj in the ma- | cariieajt dawn they assemble on-, the olJITU.a.'RY. S

: .", ited until further, t ,Sanl' mime eotcrprises.;*f the'ti.T1 should beftant ,highest neighboring mountains".' there -In'tnl*City,Tuesday niorn
11lt'5:01' Hucidard frowentFe
I1aIsty'spe& B JoA. PbKci of ;.b-* : lug last the.14th'inst. Wttuix tUyxi.
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". i&catioD ROBERT PEEL., .in:one. of the'; trading :ct9IDpa-, I tilliin.vfto equipp ,leveral vcasels taaearcH entrance the first fires or the d,, pene- only sand W. Haaell Hunt, aged thrte
,' .I nits last summer, !asju5t.retUtfl' o among'the Lucaya Islands for 'the trate. During the preceding night the ntl3. _
) probai1' ., I----
'Chis .pitr.WhCh left taos on the 12lh of one which, it was'_asserted, contained a Jauvas have lighted up a large coal fire ; I_ _
'bej0okCd edi having I __ -
In a pardon, mBe) the spring of ever lJ'ing water, that had all in front of the holy grotto j they continue $ :
trrlll".te we presuwt", .us the January Jast.' ., He gives '.us the properties of the marvellous/oi/nJoin to throw in it odoriferous.,plants, from

1 up'\n, cvidctice of the in- following; ,particularsOn the of youth, (FosTAurs DE JOUV ;l'fCE.- which clouds of perfume rise in honor of SHIP

first dtCish'c Government 24th of \ugU9h': -he1.in company I What'was looked for was not found, but the divinity and the high priest throw ,

don of the British tvith fourteen others,Jfcft Taoa for Ponce de Leon found what he wAs not in upon it a libation: of honey whilst the
,eD Codify i's laws respecting forge- search of> An officious tempest cast him people at a distance and in a respectful
tO the ptirpo'se-of on the Unknown coast of an extensive silence, prostrate themselves on the .I1V g -
11' of the 17th had and travelled\ west thirty dayOn *.- country, which he immediately took possession ground : the chief of the Jauvas spreadon 5

'paris papers London which Green' River (probably, the Rio of antI named FLORIDA. The a: polished stone a certain quantity( Portal' en8\\cO
betD received in the Colenufq of the West,) the com natives of this section of North America broken com, intended for the nourish. _._. _._ __
unced the passing and.nine ascended made more resistancethan those < ezi. fluent of the'birds whose warbling at e -- -?
of"the hor* pany separated, dawn cel.braes the return of the LEA'UED.11.5chr. .
of Deputies co or Peru had done. Of the fot. ,.Pi- very -
CbatDber sacrilege," ali the Times the.rivrr. Our informant was a- zarrn and Cortes could not haveeasy "_ an Sun. This first divine office being, performed Angelina, Forsyth, '

iidla\ by Ii vote ol .210 to 95. mong those whp remained ; and nor a rapid conquest. Pg :.'de ; an innocentjoy pervades through I New-Orleans. :C.'ar8'o, 15Q bbls.
tilts iif of the in a fv 'days'they accidentally fell Lenn, to whom the chimerical ... .e nf out, and they all abandon themselves to 'Master.
temper whiskey by the
the presrnr Americans his old had been the inducement decent dance.At x -
is to'o in with five other a- curing age .
Ihnrchof -Fiance, there Rubideau. for his enterprise found his death noon the'pious exercises begin again 13.-Schr. Thorn, Day, Perth- -
to fear that the an- mong whom was Mr the ,the Pnests standing erect before an Amboy. i
n-"ucH) reason I Iiuplon where he sought means ot avoiding ifi
of the same journal), Two days after tMs junction, it-he was wounded in Florida and' diedin altar that bears no kind of ornament 16. Schr. Phillipa, Montague, i _

the law will! not remain a : I large party of the Aripehoes attacked Cuba, where he repaired for medical wait till the sun reaches its apogee : instantly Ne Pr'' p ','CargD;, .4ooo bricks ''
that as the firy fall perpendicularly '
will be realized. Anamendment 1 them, killed. one person by rays -
deau letter, and robbedIhe aid.This example the difficulty attendingthe on this altar, the high priest lights a by the Master. -
the of No\vlib, ,
offered :1\1: :. Roy name : '
= by new conquest wrought not discouragement pile chosen perfumes, reserved for1 that ARRIVEP. _
then .
formerly minister of finance, relative othe.rs.. ,. The parjy:' of six on the'minds of those' already moment a balsamic odor soon .envelopes. 1 4t-.SIc 'p,:Industry,Mallet, St. _

the law for indemnifyingemigrants r.oncludedito) \ return to Taos, and settled at San Domingo. There they began the mysterious spot ; on a sudden) cages Andre'iBap.' ,. 0 1
to and his in where flocks of birds have be collected ___
had been rejected by left .Mr. Hubidc-u. men to work metallic mines, but experiencing ..
CLEARED FOB rais ;1oRr. ,
considered the mountains without. single a lack of hauls to work in them, are opened by him and their inhabitants, "
the peers an event that is un. horse mule. Thrre'oil1e..' Americans they resolved to ,'isithe coast of Florida ascending in the air,joy fully eipres, tlTe I 4SPhiadel/ihfaMdy' l9.-.Schr.. _

I s decisive of1'I.ViI1ek': or killed in New and to carry away:as rany of the natives delights freedon; their songs are listen7- .LoganCrowe)H. '_ _
been .,
jhskeable! influence. ., as they should be able to seize. They ed to attentively, their flight. is carefully, 4RRZVfD",:koM ApP LArCBICOL-_ -

.\tlaroval1evee.. on the 20th, Mexico ; Mr. Nonce, .uy a. Spaniard actual(.succeeded upon one hundred and observed and more..orJess ,happy presages .., I.. Nt 1 ''9''k; -May 18Brie. '
and H deduced fromthe direction of their .
and-Mt-ssrs. Foot dl.ry. Indians confined in the
RUSH attended thirty whom-they :
that Mr. William .
we observe, hat he by the Indians. 12' was also reported hold of a ship, vhefe they perished to the movements. ; tl en'the. people-in' great5, Twycjoss, 26 days. -:..

and it i* nut mentioned and' believed at Taos that la.t, haTing.ery. cue cf them refused to composure, carrying.in their. hands cpn.' : NOTI &" --
secrated palms, descend in' !* .
took leave. make use 6/ any of tiie nourishment process -
We hae received the French six other American', returning to which was presented to them. from the mountain., .The uuiversalextai The li S.er be-r, '

uf Saturday they containthe the United Statesf by the way ofChihuhahua This violation ofthe rights of nations, of the soul is beyond .description ; the ..J'lJf
.t the of-the
: lL-LappJl' next ttEn
journals Durango, and St. the fellow citizens of these unfortunate chiefs march.at ,the heati, Pilgrims are ,
ol't3nfact" we stated 5upeno Court fotthe W stem
im been attacked in the victims cupidity resolved: to revenge. the last and carry off a p rt"ot.the: .offe 1
Antonio, had Dis ii t'of.Flon4a. if Pensacola for' .
.' of yesterday,that which Das with- I :
in uur p per A subsequent expedition of 200 men, ings every worsiupper .
and rob- writ'
of of
interior the country, partition,to Divide ihejeal estate
the allh'Ii ::lent 'If count Roy, on sent from the same island under the emulation heaped in pyramidical form '
.V hundred mulr.It of the late.Maria Carlota-Huby deceased,
brd of two altar the remainder of
round the
the 1.1of Jnlf limit y, had been command of VALUES u'AiLUor, were cut: ; right the Ijeirs ''and
is painful reflection, that I belongs to the Jauvas. amongst derjsees'ofthe
a The.r chief whom
: to pit ces. the Empe.
iu the Chamber of Peers, said Maria--whi hajj'real 'estate con. "
rejected the brave and enterprising, instead I ror, Charles V. had decorated with the In tae month of April thereis, a.fesJiyal,: sists of the :numbered
the following kits in
cf 27
by a inajorilry ; or, as with the view to (agreeing with our Easterday-the
of the reward which order 'of St. Jacques, birthI the of '
Thispoint receiving I city Peosacpta. to Wit:, ,
Totes stood, by 127 to 100. his entire of the enterprise Apollo amongst the Greeks-the p"s. I
show approbation
their hopes anticipated and their Numbers 50124, 25 126, ,127,. 129. .
is ofw\ greater consequ'nce was the only individual whuse life sage of Aries among the Egyptians) dUe
deserved should be visittdby 71, 72, 24, 36, 122, together with tho -
toils which the of- Ueeror
ring Stag IS
as he late, not only of the was s spared. Ferdinand de tivto, Uovernorof
such mischiefs in .a foieign tonrui acclaration offered to the Sun. Tlie skin of tne am- IlU1LDIX
St. C'allsc a
ptoject befuie tu

mal is stuffed odoriferous
wiu plants anu
ot war be nia.le agir.tiit tile Florida .
country.SATUUDAYt.IUNE ty :1
thatf the law on the rentes, and -- -- : --. Indians ; but he died before he uuhl i covered with garlandsot flowers, to wllicn .; ::jand: app tena ces, thereon.. ... s j -
even the destiny of M. de V IlIele's realize his plan of invasion. Tnc natural I hang as muCh dry fruit as they can at. ; laid Jots''are now held. --

a mini!lrb.tion, rested upon it. >1. tpJi \b 8 warlike science and the courage of tjcrnulicn : I tacli to it, then it u twisted to the top uf and owned in co-parcenary by Joseph, '

Ruy's proposition vvas subs!'. ut the foicat oticii Cuiiscd itaurethe tree, where it remains exposed tu tiscorcmngrays Casimero, Celestino, Benjamin, Maria Y.

of millions!o. anda Id, 15. to combined learning of European ,ac- of the sun during a whole Candida and Joanna Ruby who have a

lute an annuity' 37 JN'ew Jlartyt Jfouse.-\\'eae Irul:} gl.1d I:' ticians. Charles V. diseased u uu tacSe day, whilst the Jauvas perform tins part fee simple: ) title to'the, same.

iuti'o! rtntf, arising from a 5 to learn that our vigilant Hunrd of.\itier- result, tried other means ; instcu
ret cent fund of 750 millions, for ever anxious to benefit their fell* \ ( he sent Missionaries' to e>t lJhsh Siiigmaciioir some hymns, deinandiii Guardian, Uenjamhi Ruby 'and Joanna. "

an annuity of 30 millions! of rt.ute, I mm Citizens, mid evincing to the, peoplttilt his authority, by conquering the mini trulU,the Vivificr of LtU1'e an uburtdai Huby, en whose,--behalf the above mentioned :
arising from a capital of 1,000 :uh'antaKtof men talents anll these spiritual agetils had no better sucCeSS crop.In. application is to. made.

mill.ons at three cent. In respectability, have passed*' un ordinance ; tur.e ot them the Imiuiis hiaed' .l great calamities, man, in a state i of -Jos6 Ortiz.;
per for the erection of a Market House." A tile others, whose zeal was Ifli1AletIiLLCIy nature, us well as in the highest Utc this income-
proposing larger coiitmttee appointed on the subject made extinguished, hastened their retreat. society, becomes degraded! SUCH must iensaco1a, June- 5tK. 182$:15-8t.
the emigrants, M. Roy tliught i an able repon, by winch )it is est i mm
that he could induce them to opuse that (,1il4ubUiddotrs will\\ cover the e," oy a French Olr ccr. .Not loi' the 'Jufl.lan iud.uai menace to the uu 'tibi7It'; u"t e\\d. -

thr Minister by the ternptd-! pence of t.ic building, the funds Tor which aiterthe British also made some eslabhs a male iatant, tile first bom ot a fa,inly. 1 In fi1 FIB price of flour-beirg: g6.50 per

lion of Rtlf-interest: while, it he can be obtained without difficulty on &Ilch .cita, out historical details arc not the some districts they imiiolaieayounfi gi il barrel, the rate of bread shahl.be, .'
; tc-rnisthut the, repayment can 'be t1lllk object, of l.isvtrk, \\c only ann ut Ketcing to tiie atuon; sue inuat be the liaudso.iic rom this day,37.ounces for a bit.
dcfeeieU. de Villtle this
on from the rents of the stalls. On that report ; the inaitiicra and cu \lHh: of tne ntnisul and tne offspring of a respectabletaiualy i By order of the iMayor, .
ground, he .nijjht cal ulate on the I the ordinance above mentioned w\S Florida, \vi.rii; suit at tins tlLlh: it is the duty of the inoiiier to assist ill N. oS. Par manlier.j --

overthrow ofliispiojectfcr; The reel drafted, \vhieli. provides that it shall bc deserve ail the Hltenuons of the CUI'iul1f tins ccicoratiun, religiously a rJ luUII- '

dutonoftJie rentes. The ever.t i builtat the lower end of lalafox treet. There the climate ismiid and whoiesom,. lire unc" ole beiugi, whose turn wilt one Secrearv. .

K 6 disappointed the enemies ofle We ate gratified attlie spirit of Impl"u\"c. the soilfcuiie: anl Hit. c 1'la uudoaUUtlencloses nay come, dance iuml tue wrctcucd m,,- Pen c ) ISlh-_ June,_1825. .

Mini and confirmed 1\1.I irent which actuates our City Council, r.cii nine ol goid and siivei'tditterent titer, and snout cries, either of joy or '
ry, and hope that ptiier measures equally i iportant in.- to the>c treasures; the prudent horror, but vmca ai least prevent Jcr : An Ordinance, .

de Viileje in the possession of; to the 'prosperity and beauty ,ot Indian has obstinately hidden their bearing tlinse of toe viciiui, Providing for the erection of a Market

power. 'There can scarcely now I our city,will niee't. their early aUeliti 011- situaiioiis Irom ti.c, gicdy European There are Di.uricu where mysteries ; Houtetand authorising a loan to build:the '

exist any doubt that the law fur The"next cllct'lOn111 show our esttn '1 he talc ot tile i'craviuiis., of winch tue) ire performed in iio.ior ut tiJc."iJcaioTOXA t(tine.ft :

the reduction of the rentesvi tion ct their gen ices. The ordinance were nilormcd, hus: oceu u lesson vvluc: every assistant at wluca 4nusiiay & it Ordained by the Board of .lJlder.'J. -

Ie as successful ;.S the indemnity nay be icund in another column. they nave jmmteii by. 't'ncre on d( been prepared by three (b ys ot uost men of the City of Peniacola, That j jiIessrs.
sireh were amply satislied by the excel. lence. In the midst ot tue assemblyormed ? F. H. Nisbet,'J.de la Rua and N.

.project, in the Upper thambeIn '. The late E'eccio7re learn from a lent and abundant meal wiucii tney ol.- into a circle, three Jautas gfc II,.Allen,De, and are hereby, '' ppoin,ed.

that particular article to communkution' iu the East Florida Hi tamed from the luxurious maize, tu..l II su uely dressed perform a pantoimne! ai: a COmmittee with 'authority to contract ,

H'hicli the rejected amendment: aid of the 17'h hit: that at the lute tlcc- grows almost wiluout cullivuuii--ui toctiier worthy or toe deity they pretemu @to and superintendthe:, erection .of a' ;

M'ifc- proposed, they entirely coii non, *'BO f& w, so :carcc and in such tmaud balsamic honey of tlH .r wild uees-nom adore ; then tue women, armed witiuusele l1 )Market House, agreeably to the. Flan ubnitted -

C'.at.! nci the success of the one were the'votes in St. Augustine for fi'uat-the game that inhabited tne.r tur.ests ', shells, cutrepcutculy the anui 'ol 'bra Committee of this Board.Sec. .
one ofthe candidates, that no less than and tile iucxliaustibie IIJO.'S of iistnat u acii- youiigesi daii iitcrs wnotheihsciveuc .2. .Indie it further OrdaiTiediThit .t-
may he regarded as a4 proof of thepasbig ten dollars were offered for a single vote border almost a thousand miles ot "ilueacii other 10 show tile utmos I the sa dbrketHouse'1l" aU 6e built on

f I.the other. \Vhy did and honorably: refused, if not honorably sea-coast and bot)S ; hnalI the pleasure: oura: c and the greatest patience duriii] that part, of the Public 'Square, situated ". I '

1\!. ce \ iikle,indemnify the em .ofl rcd." Tlie same kind of produce ot idve, to wn'icii desires, us soon uor.i a.satisfied lie operation ; the uloodihat riows troijwounds l on the Southern"'.line,of the Lot claimed t

grants I liy a fund of a thousand here was (liS1)OSt of at much lower pri. render them perpetually at, : tU'e is received in the shells and.tJlfOWIA by Mr. Manuel_Gonzales and the. Bay, '

zriihtLfi-ut 3 cent ct-s, lining ratt(', as we un er land, such arc the means of leading j* iiapu\' up, repeatiiig tlar tuneS. Toyu, and extending the Eastward from Pa- .

per except to at from, twenty.five to filly cents, .accor life which nature hi bountifully suppiieiLlieni Toyu, Toya! lafox Street. ,
'nKtfct thtir cupidity to the sane ing to the operation, on Xiic seller, ot thc with. iu aoaie parts of Florida the evil spirit S ec. 3. Jindbe itfurtlier Ordained That. :

tinn of a principle which he had grog. obtained at an open tavern bur! Like all Indlan3who pursue a career of I i designated by the name of 'Qttpai, iris the Mayor ofth .Clty be and he is,here-'

n.uie fully t1e\ duped in a mor h It is much to: be lamented" says the repeated bodily exercises, the Floridian ;.bode oj that of" tJcupacha that is to say; by, authorised and empowered to borrow1; -'

ecu pn her.sive law I and how can article alluded to by every real friendto ire agile and robust; the women aiso Imvi iiejwcr vwr/J. Heaven they call Bana7ipricha on the faith.of.thfs:.Corporation,- a -suGx

the same Peeriirt'jct that priaci the liberties of this country and the great suppleness in their 1irnb:, and are ; that is the higher vorld.tTo not exceeding One'Thousand' .Doilars' at*

pie in one case which have tight ot :ufirage.taatertain individual! not less conspicuous than the men in.thei ( be Continued in our fleX:,) the rate of six percent: per annum jute. I
they l tiia"ay b) the spirit of/actionor ot//ar/, rest, payable 'in sdcB installments a' thelayormay ;
at the
sanctioned velocity r-ct. It is not a rorpectacie
> another? 1 he irtioauciion at they like toe term better ; and \viio, \in ta : cc it: J I. require;to meet thecexpense.
see a swimming a- '
or this clause into uhcr are iiitii.! squaw the 'said Market liouse 'and. ':
the reject's go&datid worthy ross a liver holding her hifcnt with! her Fi-om the Aew York Conner* I of building ,
bill \ hich was "to heal the wound Krsot the community, should lie s.o iiiavtlless .' citarut. Both sexes approach near 10 Funeralt.-We noticed in the Daily redeemable in,threfc year or, sooner' at

cf the revolutionas a piece of of nil dejicacy' and jiropriety as white at..their birtu ; the olive color, Advertiser of yesterday, some remarks,ir I The pptio'n of.the Corporation; and, for ;

dexterous in the to impure upon the Judges ot election,n) winch they acquire, is the result of the reference to abolishing he, custom of i toe repl ment of which, 'toJ theubsth'-. '
management wily \'uitliuuthavMgaiiy-ri, iH, \ hatcvel' I ber to Said loa 'fahfi of tbe'City'-is ', ;
Vimstei of tru-s. which from their earliest infancy giving scarf and wine at funerals.. Itseems ; "
Finante.-Times. 10 meddle In our el:cuon:.." Ihei"ings ': hey impregnate in their skin by con that some gentlemen united sometime 1 hereby pledged! ,'as:also the.rents which % ,

\\ e guve, tsterrtay, extracts .01' are 'indeed to 'be lamented ; wire 'If-Sfnctloa' Intrepid a) warriors,their since for the purpose of carryinj I may arise' from theesaidMark: House ., I

Ir.tiTb rom Napoh di Romania, aware that they tight to be expose, kill is also very gieat as robbers, if such this plan into effect. Tney.deserve well : :well as the'Corporate. property ftbQ.
md we should! 'ere thu have been ;
/uiue, and Cephalonia, upon thauthenticity inure all appellation' may be used with regard for wild they have done ; but'tyhy they au; '* .
e ll i.cit on the subject, had those ho That
of which \ve haveee xj \ tu individuals, who have 16U idea of pro- should except the ckrgyweare at a.Josa i ito &ec. 44dt4eiSfurtirOri1aine4 ... .
vertguihy of abuses aC the late election pert.> "Ifthe custom is the insUltaeutsofsaidloafrshall be-paid,' -
i) reason to rely, representing, tiiiucctisi.'s famed their point' ; but no ultimate iiyi )Vlial is most remarkable in their cus and expensive we should l1nnecessarylj. at: the times stipulated by the Mayor -to. _.

of the Greeks ajrlinse r) having accrued to the Territory, We toms'i. their mode of worship. The most ,whose duty it is to practice as well, asteach i the Treasurerlpf.the Qity, and:the Mayor 0<
T ks. We ia\e hot, and probably shall no', lunik j lt .is 'authorised to 1'draw"On the. Trea- .
"to set -
ur have: this morning usurd.andthe most revolting of their should be the first always' ) *
xjtditit to &*y" 'mucli.ona suujeci sand bth their existence j $ irer,from thnto'timein. favor of the
received the following extract 1:1 belief ii the of a the example. Let then the ministers ofthe 1 %
Usiiiceabie so disgraceful.Lafayette's for such iunVoF sums U'W1Ithpoceedvifthebtiitding'
d letters from Zante and Smyr.Lt.rhttiiig ;" Demon by them named Ton, to whom gospel refuse to wear these' unmeuing 'mmitte'e' ; .
fI they after human sacrifices. Their priests,, things upon their: shoulders, ami weare I iabte. : #
to the same events, but Lai\tt.-Col. }McKee, who called JACVAS. do not disdain to perform quite sure the practice will soon !be \ : 'F,..H'. 'Nisb t ,

hiug all the advantages to the was deputised to:, select a towiistnp ufland the part ot the evil spirit : disguised un. given up. There certainly can be, noreason ?resIdciUofihcBoardof4l4rmefl. ",1.

'hr !. We lay J them before our fur (.eii. Lnfayctte, las fixed' uppi'owiisTiip n era thousand forms, each more extra- why they should be made to bear, Approve, June 16tb, 18Z5; .- .

Ituea'! merely n marking, that .,\o. ll\'Utth. m miige No. ;1East : agant than the other they study to torment the emblems of grief when it is ackno \ : >- John .Jerrison, p'.

'. itt-channel tluoiighVlmh ; which juljoms 'laluhii&Mie. Tin the imagination of the credulous ledged on all sides that the custom is a '. ,. .' '.--1tasoj.; .' ..
they Lou nship u considered 'to be one of the with panic fears the object is to excite silly one. In fact it is making them the \ : ,- "
tate tt' ltd, us is most respecta- best m the Ttrritory, and its worth is es the! fearful to apply to them for relief scape goats, to bear for the present race Attl"r'.lot't. ::. ,'.'"

> Uhere the truth actually timat d. from' .lip to VOOUO Uollars.e .- then they are entreated to cast out the of men,the folly and nonsense of former N.. Farmantier,- .' : .

tit",wemust wait for fortherinlbriijoiibtfcre \\> underhand that it probable that the "Upint, which has taken posseaion 'OIthe generations.- 'S cretarV.. .- ; ; .

\\ecan determine' eucrul uilldiipotexf lialli say eve body and the exercise is no topner Another custom ought_to be put down '

CctrnVr.of 3)' oilier'I c tiou. performed, then the Jauvas, equal to:o.tIters for the convenience of the public and DAVID: ..; :PINKR.M.. : : <,
lrtrtltt of u.eir kiiid, demand and reccivft that IB,the extreme length of the mourning ,. -
a kttfr, dated Zantf, ..liarch"The It is with muck pleasure that we copy reward' for their exertions. hat bands.. The surplus crape that IS Cp9r" at <

2'.) IS" ". the 1ollo"lUg volunteer tosit, by* tUeJIM. The most honorable part' of the- "or.ship : lowed to hang gracefully on the ackits of ...J'.p "aV ,-.'-"., ,

Turks his year have ll'mfh.. frcu/t-r,at a I'uulic lJumer of the Floridian Indians is .tb j Je1i. owner depends on the relation orfriend fixed bis ieide,iceat Pensa oI&- ,

PU'htd on, tJrahiln 1'i'acha g&ytn to him by tb 'citilells: Lexington giOUi prayers which they assidu f-s.zi- that is deceased. Ifthey be very 'HaYing' !ti e law, in>the courts 'of .

ltttd a Jaradirg 'Modcn and tico. on the I6tli of1.-\pril.lalt., It .tue&M dress to the Su* : unlike the Peruvians, near, the ,ensign of sorrow is very long, if. tcaitibta,' Walton, Jackson, Gadsden; '.
ltou with Inure lathe honor of the;distinguishedtinvidiuilbyuhom they do not assemble narrOw temples, distant it is curtailed within model ate and "counties,'and also at Mobile /

I5'000 men, and the |'was.given than yo.homes ,t*! adore a niggardly image of their won-_ Kinds. For'ourselves we have no ideahow He 'maybe found_ 'at the office of.Co!:JapUM. -:

1stl'lirc Rwc back for others. oi oiippsriiioh, as ) unmerited d, dertul God ; there is in their devotion sorrow is'tu be measured by tlie.)'ird, fl'hite. .- : .':

c7.thc Egyptian troops) arc and. denuncuuon ofunticfputed impronrie- moe nobleness, more grandeur.' Everyday or grief expressed by the wearing oinendants t tth. _Pensacola Ju.te:1, 1825.. -4UTJST.receive4and t
11 t In the dinction, of Kalnmata tit's. ; .they worship at the-rising of the Sun vaavov... 1.--from the hats. Butso it .

-itlfle! bUt u The Present. 4. ijhisIr/ .-. Let it From e 'entrance of 'their cabin they is, fashion has decreed it, and.her: vot- S"fATINARY.. ,. :..
411ebk1 many 'illage. judged by .tsrneares., .vmtch the moment when the Planet of riea have followed implicitly her dicta .
t'eof P"lrM hM been for sale the Pen -. .: .
,nu r : i.ilimJ o. .iTTTTiiij. ,*ne dayhali ShOot forth his.flrst ray ; extending tions. at -
1111, as Mniimoudjias pas --- ';Eztriittjt.'m' ,41Jflflk.: 'ehtilled' ,thc r! :supplicating hands they We would not be understoOda3CPfldemahig :' '. aacoU Book', Store a assail' .- rmentof .* ..-: ".

\11:1(1: }ftri1* in his I n- 'n- brig, l3ecut4ide t'JJtifairc'kBeauik d'4iz rtgJlt" tlien>tidrcs!.him:11: rude but fervent hymn a proper outward.respect. for', the o '-. -- .

kid d:' Y 'Hlc ls undir convoy, #' ( 6f the;UbtoryofA.a eaiC44.j,1)lJbnwldin this .,tlie act'if admiration. In the eveningUtey dctd. But,when fashion.should be usurps.discounjtenanced. ,the ,Quills, 8operPrg9! _
perldrai the act .gratitude pLacc'ofpropriety'it! : '
.iA3iJflJwI1JA. ,of !
't,: ttuh"lifO\allo&." ..ftQ-m'.l' ; U'.ldl1 .. theX111 [Sun they dll1'tutllei thanks .. The bousc'of mourning .is the .Letter .aper, 4W&ftI'S' ,; : ".':. ., .: I
ttie -
De ltftnsttlutces=. arecolkci.Jt1' 'J"raI JJ.r 1'fixuc aUt Gazette." for'all tlie,bounties.w nch be has poured last place' should e ter. A ,proper regard Ink .PoNyder, .black. 'k1; : ; ,, .:., : 0\"
the 1 arks jn AIbAhiu.gon ; ,, 4' ; iipontlem SeaIingVa.aad'1
:t.' o.\'e w i r r In the'effigw.of\u> .tliscov1bi7; MNeW Ac ,dUvortoitUrn taeai elVen-':that the last but let it be-.divested of the, trapping \ ,:\.. .,.:. .{.-.i. -.. '' \
1 t the .1 : \V6rU.tlje; ;U4t1)$, tit 8atisic4 perceivable ray ihaU; :trikc tipontheir,, which folly: has .imposed." Tne customs Office_ .. anA.' '.. ;. I
Llc tlrk .. : '
It ... : :
.tht btr is n(1w'ttbu witl trail''ihiitcJ. .wluciiTtbey', there _be'CI. -_ :-. ,. we nave noticed, show no respect for,'the .- '. W rn":11'..H. : 1<
I1ttht tbaLjl'1, 'w&U ae b ieiJ,c m fa |iU jTarth'er Uie ittiablc iasa- ; The Yloridian Indiana of.Appalatchvhavq dcparjtel,,but only- serve to gratify the :4. -, ."..L'1. f.. ....." .1fO.n.'< .' ."'*.j-;

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' fr. '. I .6 r ""r' ".It, F '; :the'HOk. the'County Cotirt' iwillajce .'} U.S. :.recewed 'per DtirSt

) the first.day of 1u1: next at ten o'clo k4. ;N.: "lil be offered for sale at 'P ,b;k::- ur \!.;- ': .P resent;U i''sicco.tom,pan 4 yourVi iband'of c rrcm e -YpttInct::'CJa&, '.'.di ,
.ONFr tbereer 1t ..aU y' ,th f, 1 J.I, afinal.aettlementto> 4 the estate, : :'above, nf additional._ au '"
that; CQurt Htiuar in thIS. (.tWthe following property, or: so much: the taws, Giles.Newton, late of. ensacbla, deceased. '" '-I among, 'hlCh are th 'foliowinftO aMmen3of -.:.

V b+ orporahon.tJr Vensacoa, for taxes: duetbereon-: up to the Silt of' DecembEr I ,1824, (unless! .', : 'V :'VOR: .
b are paid to rbesubscriberlieforethr: daor; sale) gether with all coats and charges. ...... .r1 -... John ;de 'la Rna, Ilothcla, a Rotnance ,
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: : = -- 4" -: **: .i 1m ni, rator.. tortes oftheg,4psrt' y.,!.-:

Tax for Tax for Total Am't.I =314tf. L_' Stanhope's) Letters :
OWNERS AND DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY. I ,mount. Ito perct. on Grand r, m 18 .
NAMES OF .. I 1823. 18241aL i Ycfr.EAW. ,.N 0 TI E. 4, with Uocameiits. On the Cr k';
... R t on, anti: the life of
a ,dndenon "'.P. Lots No. 25 on the Bay. THE ChP n bipof LJ4'Eastel' M' :,. .' ...... l1usta Ply:;
*':"11oo ..
k t 217 'having been dissolve on theIst InSLR. i'Buchanan's "" ..
' 224 ; Romana It. : J. Easter 'will! )n future attend 'the rieankndi Sketches of the,:Nortl Anic.
305 I Courts ini Mobileand PensasolaJas,'an s, ,,:with, a plan 1 r their'lnt-

, 12arpen Lot .1"'o. 46 Suburbs 3 50 :.t .3:. 50 35 3 85 Attorney'and Counsellor at'LAW;'anil will .hebdoric horatjon,: Tatran?

Bois, Thomas, Lot N0. .5 Pub. square. 1 15 s.' 1 75 17 1-2 1 92BradleyCalvinl attend to any, Business} confided to his ThOnas,Campbell a 'other. Potnn !t-'_

arpen No. 69 Suburbs, 35 ; .95 3 1..2 38 management. The Cook's
DunkerJonthanjL tNo. 66 Saragosaet. 811'_ 87 1-.2 8.3.-4 96 May 20th,1825-ll-tf. for plain .Oracle containing RettiPtl
".- Doles Roaahe, 1.2 lot No. 216 Rromana st. IV". 35 35 3 1-2 38 Cookery &c &c. &c. '
enctiCo.-'t.2.Lot. 106.Cunast, 81 1-4. I 81 1 8. 69 ;FRESH. : Bio$rap(W of the British Stage b :hig -
'.. BeJlf'lt;Fran' o. t Lot No..13t.Romanast. 1 15 1 75 17 1.2 1 92 Liyesof principal Actors and .AJ
s Caulfidd James 1 Lot, No. 201 Romana It. 35 35 3 1- 38 Goods. tresses

8 !t Cortex: 'aria.1-2 Lot,1\0'. 93Luna st. 25 25 2 1-2 27 Spring The. lIi tory of Matthew WaUL, by t11e

a "'" Cutin, Jose. 1 LQt N9. ..12 S ragosast. 72 1.2 ,2 4S 3 17 1-2 31 3.-4 3 49 Ball author' Valerius, &c.
tt CoOantes( ,Iran. i Lot;N o. 70 G r't st. 58 1..' 87 1-2 1 45 3-4 14 1-2 1 60 i Subscriber; has received per late 8' View:.cf Europe, c\urinr
k Cuellea, John 1 Lot No. 1811n endenclLst 1.40 1 40 14 1 54 I THE'vale front .New-Yorkaand New- Middle Ages. .,''

A4ii Cummins,AieL t Lot No. 260Jl the Hay. Orleans, a supply of' Spring Uopds( which, The'Spanish Paughter, ,
r ,1 ,.No. 3251, tot rida Blanca 1 05 1 05 10 1.-2 1 15' together with hisYonner stock, make The. Heart, .
,r.t baud, Juan1.2LotLots N o. 20 i J I complete assortment;'viz.lOrPackiiges The Highlanders, a Tale,
t {t the Scenes, m I.Europe enesiQ.A r.
.. 29 ,on Bay. "Hardware viz
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.,7' I' The, .;Blank B'.ofl;\ small College!;,
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', J : -' .. 78f' I kiiives'ajid iForks' Living- 'lays, 4th, 5th_ 6th, 7th, 8tb,'

,,,, ...01 Gov, t. it. i .4 Pen'an Pocket Knives, jf.ud 10th volumes, '
\ 't !. I I Iron Tinn'd Table; and Tea Spoons, *
: ,I r COG- i .' Wltft
'doGimblell'Padlocks : '
r do.
: Brittania: Paley's'Works
; "lOt' \ in 5
complete, vob.Kollins .
:. .. J. Nab Locks
r ,j I' ; Iron ,
t ., a-i 102 \ ri AntientHistorr. 8 you .,
.. '''' lA ,'J Sto. k. .Locks,Client & Cupboard do., Plutarctys Laves, 8 vols.
.." a'. a," :... ::145"II I funA't. \ I.... ; ...: t Screw:1'latesSW: !: :31 Augers, Chissels, Josephus's Works, 6 vols.

.. .: : I j Files l Hammers; Coilee Mills,
., .1 ; "'.. ,14tl: .. I .' : Hamilton) Purgatives,
.. \ t : .Bfass woo'd'and :: ,Cocks, '
..:. ..,.' 147" .,',,.' I I patent Armstrong; on Typhus Fever,
hardware &c.
3' ," 'I. 14d I '. "and. 'a great variety ot other ,. Miner and Tully on Fevers, .
,( .1 ',: 149" ': 2 cases carpenter's planes, Orfila's, Practical, Chemistry, by Coxe

: i ',35 Redtiigst; ,' 2 casks .faroiina hoes, Powel on Contracts,

.. i 20 8ubt rbs.i 4 casks tin ware, assorted, Jl 'New Gazetteer,
r .. ;' 1.2 I.ot o. 243 Gard..n at. JMackmnith's bellows vices,. anvills, Walker's Dictionary, Octavo andPockA

\ 1.3 :.ofs 20 arpens on Bayou Texar, 12 10 18 51 1-2 30 61 1-2' 6 S4'4 67 Sledge and hand hammer: Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt ;
Gevallo Estate of Lot 1\0. 1 next Tixoli. 1 40 1 40 14 1 54 Swedes: Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gilt
i Aribcrt 1 Lot o. 42 R ping st 52 1-2 52 1-2 5 1.-4 58 Foolscap paper, wrapping Beauties of Shakespeare, doCampbell's .
-o Dupe3ne, NT and
liar Lead Gunpowder.
70 do.
t Dt\'j1Ic, Fanny 1.4 I.ot o. 68 ragosa&t. 70 7 77Dilu'J Jfoems
Antonio 1.2 Lot No. 93 Luna tit. 52 1-1 52 1..2 5 1..4 58 15 Cases Dry Goods, viz : Hervey's & Meditations do.

,r ,;r Des's, Maria 1.2 Lot No. 191 flomana st.' 1-22 1..2 .1 22 1..2 12 1-4 1 35 i Pilgrims' Progress do.
Dahr.atio 11argarita i II 74 Gov't st. 75 75 7 1..2 82 Ready made clothing, Pope's Works, 2 vols. do.
a JJa"I',John Lots 1\0. 66 I' Domestic ticking; checks: Lights & Shadows" f Scottish Life do.

67 uburbs. Cambric muslius, chintz, ALSO, ..
68 1 05 1 05 10 1-2 1 15 Fine Madras handkerchiefs. ,- The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard

Doni1lr,1tatilda 1 Lot1\0.x29l nlanca 35 35' 3 1..2 38 Fine silk:flag dC?. Life of""ranklin, Paul and Virginia,

t 4': 1- ElktnslJ rn'y 1 iil'pen o. S8 uburbs. 35 35 3 1..2 38 Fine cotton'bose, do. half do. William Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &c.&ti

'' 1 Flinn, John M. 1.2 Lot No. 143 { IntendcnCl& Fmich shawls, osnaburgs, wuiru, ,
,,, $ 1 lot o,171 ,) Cunast.. 4 55 4 55 45 l-CZ 5 00Fotch Pins, needles, thread, together with the stock heretofore on

'''. r". ,;, '. Anne 1.2 Lot No. 94 1 05 1 OS 10 1-2 1 15 Superb gilt buttons, Sec. hand, composes a very extensive ami ge
1 }'ostertlazabdh 1 Lot No. 11 Sal".tgosa st. 2 80 2 80 28 3 08 10 cases black vool bats, neral assortment of books, and will be

; Firon,Josephine 1 L' t 1\0, 150 tutendenca 8t. 87 1-2 1 05 1 92 1..2 19 1..4 2 12 1 do white do. sold at the New-York prices for' cask: ..

ii.!R ti ; 'alconel; John arpens No. 28.at do. beaver, do. Country Merchants and public or priyite
47 I Suburbs. children's morocco do. Libraries furnished on the most liberal

,: t 48 -' 1 05 1 05 10 1..2 1 15 6'trunks men's calfskin brogans, terms; and such books as are ordered and

Fitzsimmons,beirs of 1 do. Ladies' Morocco do.} aie not.oh .hand, will be procured with as

::1, Y 1. Lot No. 331 (Intendencca ,ALSO little delay: a possible. Orders, from a
t; e 1 Lot )\o, 532 S lit. 26 2ti 2 1..2 28 distance will be as promptly attended to,

Caumerins, Estate of 100 barrels Whiskey, and meet with the same liberality a.

1p.2 1 25 3 91 1-2 39 4 SO 25 barrels. Flour, I ersonal application. '

i 2 lilnls. W. Hasell Hunt.

35 49 5 54 Sugar, April 12th, 1825.
n' Graham 4 arpeJ\s Maiant's GJ'.nt. 70 70 7 77 30 bags Coffee.

,'t Gorman Nancy Lot No. 1311ntendcncla' st. 1 85/ 1 85 18 1-2 2 03 :N H. Allen. MUSEUM '

enrique, heirs of' :
t; 1 Lot ;\o. 23 on the Da)'. 5 76 IJ 50 7 26 72 1..2 7 98 April 15, 1825.Spring. Of Foreign Literature and

t t t ij ';Jardela JosE 1 Lot No. 236( '
;; ")'t-,7; Romana 8t 116 1.2 2 4S 3'61'1..2 36 397 f C1'UCe.,

1.:;11 ., Losada, Juan M. .de Goods. E. Ltttell, Publisher, 88, Chesnut Pfcla.IT .

. ;, ;t 4:' .1 Lot No. 10 Saragosa at. is composed entirely, as its title; implies

.f''r.. r ,I.II. .arpens 7S"\ 01 STONE & N l S BET of selections from foreign jour
,:, ..)... i 74 I nals. A few words may show that it is,
; >Suburbs
a,, .1;:,;".. .... 7 5 received per brig St. Clair from however, far from being adverse to our
:: ..' 78 58 1-4 2 80 3 38 1.-4 '33 3..4 3 72 HAVE -*orkpackages own institutions or litcl".tture-and that

I'I'I t. Maubrun, Etticnnc ) merchandize, containing on the contrary, it may( have an important
I ; ': : I LotNo.. 67 Saragosast. 87 1-2 87 1.2 8 3..4 96 a handsome assortment of I effect preventing the dissemination

j; t;' t Moreno John, estate of fancy and staple articles suited to the sea- doctrines.in discordance with the principles
, ii, .,!'! ', i Lot No. 137 Bfcilenst. 35 37 1-2 72 1..2 7 1..4 79 son, viz. upon which. ; our society is constituted.

1'1 : t".!, n.. Miritla,Antonio 1 Lot No.,.281 Intendencia st. 87 1.2 2 80 3 67 1-2 36 3-4 4 04 Printed muslin, various. qualities, Some of the British Reviews and .Migt-:

.'., .'' ''''!1. l I llayn, H. B: '1.2 Lotivo. 157 Intendencia, si.Maldonadp .. 35 35 3 1.. 38 4-4 London chintz, tines are Printed in this countrF"ci.

J.' Perina !: Fancy prints, chintz shawls, actly as they appear at home and they swell
, .. !! a I .r 1.2 Lot No. 93 Cunast. 87 1..2 87 1-2 8 3-4 96 G'ambrcchantlkerchiefs, 'as those which are not published

1'1.: Maxant* 800 arpens Cas* Blanca. 8 40 8 40 84 9 24 Robe patterns do. coloured flounces, here, embrace much'matter little interest -

'ii, ;' rr'\ ,, Neibon & Randolph Leno, book and jaconet muslins, and no advantage to our readers-awl
"r .; r'1.2" Lot No. 38 Intendencia st. 3S 35 :3 1..2 '. 8r' 98 and 6-4 cambrics; which is not u frequently fitted to vitiate
;." ; Ordosgoitte, Vincente heirs of l !tlipatam handkerchiefs, their literary taste, their morals and their
:b" i 1 Lot No.272 Intendencia st. .. political principles. But while it cannot
White andcol'd merino & cassimere
:wa; t$ i" 4 '" 1.2 Lot No.215 Romana st. 8 83 1435 9 18 1-4 '913..4 .10 10 -. shawls, be denied that there is in all these.I foreign

etc', ; ,Palao, Severino 1 Lot No. 134 Intendencia st. / 2 75 1 25 4 00 4.0 4 40 Silk scarfs, dp..long shawls assorted, I journals a large' part which: "consist of
t ,-i Rodark E. A. 1 Lot No. 46 Reding st 87 1-2 -
P; ; # "' 87 1-2 8 3-4 96" Coloured lace scarfs and h'kfs, details and speculationswhich.areama'
4.. !'f. Sierra, Caroline $ Lot No. Intendencia st. 50 50 5 55 Silk hose, white and. cold bordered: teresting to American readers,.,or **

1e cravats chievous in their political moral ten*
_. .. __ or
"ans Pedro 40 feet front "
Printed and white Marseilles, den y, it is equally.certain that'a considerable
..' I by 40 feet deep Lot No. 197 Romana st. 70' 70 T 77 ,Blue and yellow nankeens portion ofth'eir contents is of S '
: jSukires, Madam F ran co. r yarot,
t Linen with 'l1 silk neral application and of inieratamj
Drilling co
1 Lot No. 69 Government st. 2 22 1.2 1 40 3 62 1.2 36 1..4 3 99 Imitation, do. I and that they embrace much that is ">avery

f .. Stone" ", Daniel 1 Lot No. 160 Intendencia st. .. cassimeres high degree inte 'estingand curio,
: ., 1 Lot No. 98 Cuna st. 87 1..2 87 1-2 8 3..4 69 "Suspenders Lawns, practical sound and able-rrfined and
Beubin LotNo.TeregroM 105 ;
r Stark; { thought
Curia st. elegant much that will excite
7.8 and 4-4"lrish linens, in.whole and ;
.. \ 106 S 87 1-2 96'r. Will
r. : 87 --8 3..4 and refine the imagination-thlt:
tr : M. ,1 Lot No. 153 lnte dencalt. V 25 I 25 .2 1-2 27 haIrpieces, "raise the and mend the heart'
Tala Madame 1 Lot No. 121 Intendencia 46 1.2 ,5-4; ,Irish sheetings! linen damask,
". 0 I st. 1 75 2 21 1..2 22- r. 2 43 And when we consider that: the greatest
V 3.4 do.
: yllalongatJnlui i Lot No. 324 Romana st. 35 35 3 1..2 38' diaper linen ticking, statesmen well **
M1 ; and .as
.: ::' 'j V \\ hiteEdmund 1 Lot I No. 20 Square. 1 75 1 75 17 1-2 1 92 Ladies' cotton hose, assorted, philosophers of lite
criticks and all other men
\ I William! l.arpen, 1 12 1-2 .. U'hite and coloured cotton half hose, poets, the
1"'r.: jT IVyatt 1 121 2 11 1.4 1 24 raturej'nowfind' 'periodical; press
'It.n; f 1 -t.;, .Ximenes, estate of V 2 ,67 -Ribbed white, do. caa
..., 1-2 Lo No. 18 Government st. 1 73 2 43 ,.Russia diaper, crush, &c., :&c., channel through which their opinions'numbermen of
J !' : 70. 24 ,6 be conveyed to the- greatest
1 : cases gentlemen's &.boy,a beaver, thatknowledge s
Vf.: BENJAMIN WYxMAN castor and roram hats. it will appear very evident,; _
.- of what is -:thus .written! .ana
t.: I i'p Pensacola, April 30th, 182S,te,- -ts. Pl., rW"JI.".tjJJV I AND IN STORE, 1 abroad 'to'the iucctstofutculhvahon
y "" {;"' or done j is necessary ,
r .- _. Gentlemen's and Ladies'. boots, and of literature; andimpori
our own
'r' LulcQ.lltS. E shoes,assorted, nt'to the scholarand
o'GTTjtHE .
Brown'.and bleached shirtings and
To man of business,- as well aa to ,1:
the \
at next term
fr tw undersigned, having: been auwl who Court, I will Plaids and stripes checks, dov*'las, reads only for amusement. .

i .,t' r tltorised b)' an act of Congress, ap vouchers! ,' and Osnaburgs and brown domestic To bersons who reside:at a ,distance
proved March,1825, to exuni'ne'and of the estate of from the of New Bol'%
stout for great depositories
goods, negro clothing,
decide on all titles nd claims to land in
' t I deceased. and a variety of other dry goods. and. N Inventions, a work conduete.upon
) :r West Florida, not heretofore decided upon I (of plan is peculiarly importsnt,1StfoJ'li
' l Carr Superior eld:Madeira Wine in bottles, qua
the late of Commissioners ,
d .. ysubject Board States, to them opportunity of fccerIng
Tencrifle an
I Madeira, and sweet Malaga g
to4he limitations and in confor Miinistrator.
timber with p.
Wine in casks: *, pace in some degree .
of the of qr.
f mity with the. provisions acts han trifling **
of at
t knowledge, a very
z Congress heretofore passed on the subject the \\ AND grew .
notify the claimants to land, that made A good assortment of Groceries. peuse i ff money or time. ltureV

"' t their present session will be held at Tallahassee tiered Cottt, April 15th, 1825. When) it is added that most of the ibleb I :
assorted in the is pot easily acc'S .
tbe of Government. Al day
:- eat with, : fliOUllett.it .
k those who bave heretofore filed claimswhich to the per Schr. A-' Territory Florida,',, any otii er than this form 't'o parT l. that s

have pot been decided, are re and for"sale by .: County Court. win readily be acknowledged ur.**

quested to exhibit the testimony in support \VlU & '" N'isbet. County. ofEscambia,JOctober r Wbrke conducted upon. theplan nssler+bJicleg..e
t Ilttsn, ; .m&be in .a very c
thereof at us earl) a period as practicable Tern 1824 H ftf
?and those,who have claims to file t motion of Adam Gordon Esquire, interesting' valuable ?in en.
tb ON
: ; ; will dp so at any, time before the Isl November Com,, HUNT, Acting Attorney for the Territory: ofFlorida : this Jo irnal.has merit been'successl these : nat w.must'b .+
cleaver ago to appe
t,. next. a'r of sale, pow ORDERED-.That.a Rule be entered : s J m
.&c. in the against ,the' defaulting Grand and 2 pubic
Sam'l It. Overton iubscnptioiV 1
t. i? ..., : attend to any Petit JIlJYJ".', to ;appear! atthe.next term'of the rapid increase of the of' ,,
i theniost gratifyingproof i auc j
this Court and shew cause if"anY they
Jleeitter: ; be committed to. .
havevhy- should 'be fined furtheir iron of, Subscription ;
they not
R. K. Call, I accuracy, and, : month I
,his situation"in said,default;.the Grand Jurera in Am mberfc P ublishecl: 4vt1 (
ti .May .,1825-8-lm.' 'ReceiverEuUrtaintaent an application the sum of. {(e:nDttllaars each; ana the thi suWriptiqn'price.is,toyeartplyableih ,1oU ocbct,

,, t ,' ._ "I e who'may 1 be, Petit JforerVin' ,the sum of Ten. Dollar, _advance.. ,(A nu

i' Pen ,. ,of.writ-t each: And iris rth"Or "' ;\.'Tbar a, cotnriiea.. 12G, es 8 vd.) '1ttf
., el. "- I copy?l of the abbVe'rule' be' piublished:;in .,' l t'wa' 1'be'wftfree.of postage to_ ti
1 j\." x .* R.\K : the Pensacolu.l Gazette; siX:weeks successively a per"1i0iDiigas! U.continacs. } .
k : 01U public are' j informed: that the subscriber ; $ \ ,t t :, A true Copy hoisltie'Bec; 9rd. ,itulva c :: '.' and-
_4& has opened a house of enter : .Xor .: .. : : '. 1822. :
t. \fuseumbegaaiMuly '
t .
.. tainment fof the accommodition: of travel- '. -Atte V1) ..: "''I.';.. fy ,.r LR, PS I'h t )ccdx oa. :
't De
.'s I lei* and others who may cull on him. that' ':.'suit,. purchaser'.01.- -,. .-<: : %. ohs I }filJ ,7:, k ..;' :; 1t&,all.the_ab, Vcon'dltionsfficf c"5\* "" I) may *, "- ;, '

I ., ,_ : i ; .H.Gifiamsay.: ':.': Leon i &; Nie'b'etti'i" ., :tf by7;: "as 1tlHfi i 1'i nil;.; 1'rors 'bscriptioMTecdred ares.v ., (*.:' ,

! V Deer J.'tiQt,.May 6, '18253t.f ..? 1'e "-'( ';;.: ." -:iO", 26tbj4iU' .is"" tr.'P. ; ..i... ..:.r1'' .wbc? :number'V. =. r bd J ,

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