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 25, 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.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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= D B.SllT SeURD4r, t C*: r or 9lherwUe p ,to "assign 'aid grant his'\discharge. which 'shall,I dend' of the'proceeds of. the'''pro. .tboris d by ;the practice of the .

H!SF I.L: HU3ST .| lalary or, stipend, except so_,far as I}have the_ like operation and effectas perty of the insolvent and (his credits hi o8rt. of cHancery in En _
Y \Y. Paoratrro*?' he same. may, pace., become clue provided.. in theme,,pre cdlngsection which shall come to their &lana$ acdjoq writ of injunction
Sow of EHITOHAKD the Laws of the United State md unpaid, at the time. of the ap- of'I'this act. but, if .the verdict hands, among the creditors, who tojstay proceedings 'at Law, but
fu&1i.htr and of the Territory of Florida. I}1ic.ti r.,of said debtor,for his,dis- shall be againstljie,dischar e shall have proved their debts, in ,upon, motion,to the court or judge,
SCB'c i* 3T-Year S 5, charge..l ., of,the, debtor he shall, ,not, be, discharged proportion to the amount of the and reasonable notice, thereof to
y Half )ear '3 2., Sec. 2r Be it ,further enacted, by'the, judge., And,in all same respectively, and at ,the ,end the opposite,party,or his attorney,
Quarter year the plaintiff' who shall have of twelvemonths the said 'and,
twelve and an half cents. That on'; the_ presenting of said Petition cases assignees ) may either bee
Subscriptions;ngle paper payable in advance.- with the. schedule. ,as' aforesaid requested "a jury, shall- pay \thecosts -- shall make a final settlement fore or,after answer, w on due DO'tice.ot *

A Tiini*-Every advertisement to_ the I ;'Judge,Ihe: shall makean arising, in ,copse uence\of of the estate'Y selling pUbticiitbe opposite" party, move
ttakinjfnot: .more than twelve lines, ,,first :: order (or the: appearance.,of the the r ben summoned, but if t\e remaining property and credits, of the court for the dissolution of
Scrtion one dollar, each subsequent ones .in-. t debtor before: ,him: immediately ; Jdictsha, 1 be,.against the -diy the insolvent, and paying,the dividends the:injunction. .. .
Son. Amounts fifty cents due; longer for advertising)1.1 proporiton. pay.. :a copy, ofwhich, order together charge of the debtor -, the plalnushall 'as, aforesaid, and )he said, Sec. 2. Be it farther enacted,

ole a l lvay. on demand:-:A liberal: deduction .with a copy of the petition and have,/judgment and .execution assignees in their accounts shall I 1.lIlt the judges of the :superior I
made to those who advertise by,, i schedule a*> aforesaid, the said 1 ,for the) amount/of said costs. be allowed all reasonable expenses c",urts shall respectively attend-
the y car.corrmnmcations Editor I debtor shall cause to be served.on Sec. 3. .dfidbe, further enacted, V,and,about,the administration! on ,the first Monday ,of ewer,. .
All will to the be attended!cash of:Ms creditors,, '.his,'her or That whenever,it shall,become necessary tie estate'of the insolvent,' and a month at the clerk's office in the ; _.'
or they
dust be pod paid suits n.s convenient t''their gems or attorneys, at whose. to summon,a jury as aforesaid commission;\ of five per cent for cities of St. Augustine and Pen.
to=__or_noU.;........,. -a>t, "",,::,' ._0- L'." suit he ;may have been'arrested, whether, I the. said (,debtor be tfeir trouble. sacola, and _in,the town 'of Tally '
).t\\ S Or 'Eia.. and the ;said creditorsinp erson'or detained upon mesne or'final pro- Jiec.. 7. .Be it further enacted, hassee. And the said judges
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-- --- --- by actor.naY,maY attend before thee cess, the__said judge shall admit T whenever! any ole assignee, shall have ,the same power ',to
for debtor
'n act u abolish reurt imprisonment oi'insolvent debtors. Judge, and on... th appearance, of such debtor, to bail, taking from appointed in virtue ;of this act make all,orders. and decrees, and eo
alld Ue the said debtor a bold with suffi shal ,die orb e unable from sickes : issue the
ei.uctfd by the Governor the debtor the ,Judge shall administer ., process for en for cement
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Council ,of .the. an oath or affirmation to cient security conditioned- that j, absence, ,or ,other, causeo of the same, 'as they mightor
and LfSilive Florida, That if ,any, him, that he will true answers the said debtor shall on the day perform the duties_ herein, enjoined could have in term time= '
Icrriwy. aulliK-of arrested, and, in)- make,to all questions, which shall appointed for the. meeting of the ed application to the judge of Provided however, that :wheneverthe :
p |ft oH"ci< fur debt or damage on be put IQ him in relation to his 'jury summoned as aforesaid, 'appear the, superior court, he shall pPOlplJlol1Je said,judges or either of themshalbeabacnt.froin'citherof ,

vrl i"ttss, whether. original, properly, credits debts, and .money before; said judge to .abide other fit and ,ducrert aid
any pi j, or u.ul imbued from anycuur whereupon any of the credi- the decision 'upon his saioV ppIication. 'person to supply the place of such cities or.the saidF t iwn dp a',day

incuse, of record in this Territory, lois of the said debtor or their attorneys \r assignee ; and ,no assignee appointed oo which process is.made return,
snail not nave the examine the said Sec. 4. {Be it further eiacted, in virtue of this'act shall able by ,the..:fourth section of the
such may
. unQ command perb-.n to such debtor concerning those matters, That if anyl! debtor against Ivliam be permitted to resign his frost act of which/this is an amendments -*
jyieatih at pay before execution shall: have been taken without making a settlement of his then-and inevery.suchcase,
and and the
it shall produce testimony -
debt lawful or damages fur such persun or maybe hisattorney judge to disprove the correct- out, snail have remained in prison I accounts with the estate of the insolvent the business :requiring the presence

lo present a petition to a ness of the schedule of the said or within the rules, bounds, jr limits -i and obtaining the. consent of the judge shall stand
of such of the judge. adjourned and continued until the
the debtors jail, on execution
debtor his declarations in
of the court of the or regard -
judge his credits debts for the space ofi thirtyCa's Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, next succeeding return day.
districtvhtre the dtbt- to property, ,
county or be imprisoned, staling in and money ; if after the examina without petitioning for his That if any, debtor shall be imprisoned Sec. 3..And ke further enacted,

arfnay the arrest and imprisonment tion of the debtor as aforesaid, or discharge as aforesaid, it stall and on any execution issued by That the twenty first section of the
sai petition of the debtor and at- if no opposition be made to his discharge may be lawful for any creditor, at any justice of the peace in this act of which. :,this is an' amendment .
the shall be satisfied whose suit the said! debtorshall be Territory, it shall and may be'law be and the same is hereby
suit or suits, and for what judge -
whose accompanying said that there has been no fraudulent charged in execution, to /ppply to ful for such debtor to present a repealed
sum or sums with, an affidavit cf the concealment or wilful misrepresentation the judge of: the superior ,court aforesaid petition to the same-justjce of the 1 [Approved December 22d 1824.]
petition five or in his absence, to some .
that he has not the meansat of the property credits, I on giving days previous
notice to the debtorof such intended other justice of the peace, with a j11SCELL.t1.NY.
command to discharge the said debts, or money of the' debtor in : .
suits against him and also. witha the said,schedule, the judge Iht1l1 application, for an order schedule of the propeny of said From'the National Intelligencer.Marriage. .
scheduleiof all his property, real direct_an assignment to be made I directing the debtor to appear before debtor, conformably to the provi ."'::l nave often lemark-
and personal* and all his rights by the debtor of all his property the said judge on some subsequent sions of this act, giving due noticeof ed the eagerness of all classes ofpeople
and credits m Jaw or equity, and real EC; personal, and of his credits day, ai Itast ten days from the presenting of said petitionto 1 to read or hear the accountsof
of the debts due by him, and the I as aforesaid, with the exception the date of sajd order, and to pro. the creditor or creditors, at marriages. "So John has taken
of the list of articles for duce a schedule of his whose suit or suits the said debtor "
amount of each, setting forth also necessary property tohimself'a wife, 'cries one.
the amount of any money in his ]I, the use of his family, and his tools money crcditg,and debts, as herein imprisoned, and submitting to ( Ah, there has been a wedding
J and and before directed, and the said an examination upon oath as here- I
possession power, or control, and implements' military accoutrements cries'an other. Lack a-day, exclaims *
in before directed..
the names of I the persons and placeof I aforesaid, to one or 1 judge is hereby required to grant The &id justice an old lady, ( so Betty has
residence, to whom he is indeb- more fit and discreet persons, or : such order ; and if such debtor if satisfied, that there is no got a husband at last,' and each is'j
in for the benefitof on due service of a of such fraud in the said schedule, or the
ed, as far as he can ascertain said assignees, trust copy anxious to know all the particulars
all the creditors of order shall fail to he shall statement of the said debtor, shall
debts, and the persons to whom he said appear -who married .- them-who
is indebted, and take and subscribethe i debtor, whether they shall have be deprived of the benefit of the direct an assignment of his property was -there-how the bride was

following oath :-1. A. B.di I commenced suit against him or i limits, bounds or rules of the debt. with the exceptions- herein dressed, and so on. On such occasions -
and the execution of or's jail, ahd'upon the order of the before mentioned, to the creditor '
in the presence of AlmightyGod not, upon the : I nave particularly notic
swear or affirm, (as the case said assignment the said judge : judge directed to the sheriff or o- or creditors, at whose suit or suits ,ed that the men seem to sympathize -
may are) protest and declare the shall grant a discharge of the debt ; titer; officer of the court, whencethe the said debtor shall be charged .chieSy with the bridegroom
from his and execution issued on which the in execution, for the exclusive benefit -
schedule now by me subscribed, or arrest imprisonment from the;cause .probably that each.
doth contain, to the best of my in the suits, on which he is debtor is detained: the said,debtor of such creditor creditors been f or expects to be, in the t chas
detained and which shall be committed to close con to the,exten} of ,their executions ;
knowledge, a full, just, true, and dischargeshall delicate and
perfect account and discovery of J vPerateand be an effectual finement until he shall comply on making'said assignment, the ati- 1

all the estate', goods, and chattels, bar forever afterwards against any with the order for appearance as said debtor shall be forth tb discharged their sympathies are excited. There 1 f .

unto' me in any wise belonging, ]I personal arrest or detention of the.. aforesaid ; but if the said debtor from said execution or .is\not difficult explain.- x
aud such debts as are to me owing, I debtor, for, or on account of the shall appear!in pursuance of said executions, but the creditor or There is '''no circumstance in life
or to any person in trust for me, I jdeinundsJon which said suits were order, and produce a schedule as creditors, at whose suit the debtor, half so interesting as that of enters
and cf all I faccuriiie and contracts brought.-Provided nevertheless, herein before required before his shall have been arrested, may re: ing into.the holy'bond of wedlock.

whereby any money may hereafter that if any of the creditors of the, examination]takes place, he shall quire a jury to be summoned, A choice;, made of a companion
become payable or auy benefit or said debtor, previously to the asc- make an assignment of his {properly whose duty it shall be to try and for:life, for good jui'evil, for prosperity
advantage may hereafter accrueto si )nment'being'; made as aforesaid, and credits, excepting the articles determine the case submitted to _or adversity, for weal or wo,
me, or to my use or any person shall allege'' fraud in the scheduleof b ful'elmentioned{ as exempt them, in the same '!manner as here* or in the good old set terms of the l

or pt runs in trust for me, and. the said debtor and shall de- from assignment, to one or more in before provided. ceremonial, for better or for
ter: .." 1, c. +r arty person in trust for mand a jury to try. the question of assignees to be appointed by the Sec. 9. Be: it further enactedThat worse.' There, too, the new clothesthe
hi -J lunus fraud and whether the said debtor ude and the like .and nothing in this act contained
nt" no money, stock, J. rules re-: ;solemn ceremony, wedding d
*i tH' estate real is emitted to his the 1I be observed in shall be,so construed as exempt '
or } : or personal discharge gulations regard banquet, and the nameless delights
J p 'session, reversion, or remainder judge shall not make the order for to his discharge, and the decision the property acquired by. n1..d' bt. apjiertainhiff'1sereto render. this
oi the value of the debt, or the assignment, or grant the dis' of a jury, if required by the or subsequently to his discharge, period of[life &r.more interesting
', with which I charged charge of the debtor until creditors or which may have oeen concealed forward'
a' t. am a jury asj herein before men 1 than any other. Looking
in execution, and that 1 have not shall have:allowed the same ; uponthe tioned. And if ;he judge,or the from: his creditors, or omitted, In too; hrougb the kale descope of ,
iLi it-cily or indirectly sold, lesenec' demand of jury as aforesaid, jury if the q icstion be submitted the schedule at the time of his- surrender 'Hope, it i{presents to the young,
disposed of in trust, or con, the J'udgeshall; issue a venire fa- to them, decide against the dis. ,except such art'cless as,may imagination an infinite variety of
C'-tflrd all or any part of my lands, cias to .the sheriff to summon charge of ttu debtor, his assignment be exempt in virtue of any. of the splendid and eau imagery,

goods, stock, debt, money, or estate eighteen ;lawful jurors, returnable shall, nevertheless, remainin provisions of this'act, trom liability which charms like illusions of'the
whereby to rec'.re the same, on'some certain day, not less than full force and virtue, but heshallnot to any creditor for any debt, dAmages Persian Genii in,the fairy Tales.
or receive or expect any profit, or' three day? from the issuing of the thcreaftt' be deprived of the ,- balance due therein, although The ,young g man hopes his turn

to deceive or defraud any creditoror same, and! when the panel of the benefit, limit bounds of rales of said debt may have been may come, and, I ,dare not sketch
creditors, or since any arrest:>> said: jurors shall be returned, heir the prison. contracted or damages incurred the picture his fancy ''draws.
and imprisonment to.give a preference names shall be written on ballots Sec. 5. Be\\ further enacted, previously to the discharge of said The girl from budding fifteen

to any of my cr ditors.- and folded up, and put in a small That it shallassignees be the duty of 'the, debtor. through 'blushing twenty, up to t
And in the aforesaid schedule of )ox or some other convenient appointed in' virtue of Sec. \0..4nd be it further enacted, ripened womanhood, feels, .as she,
the of the said debtor ing, from whence ballots this fort That the act regulating execution'spassed acconnt'of
properly he 1 twelve act, ) with to collect the hears the. a wedding, aloft
shall make a sep Jale and distinct, : shall be drawn to form the jury; debts due to the insolvent, and dis- the thirteenth of August, thrill,vibrating.like,Ihe treble
list of the tools and implements of i but if there,be not a sufficient number pose of his property, real and personal eighteen hundred and twenty two, chord of a piano,; through every r
his trade* and profession, if he in the whole to 'complete the at publ c auction, advertising and the "act for the benefit of nerve of :her_:Susceptible frame. '

nave any, and his military accoutrements 'jury no tatesman shall be called the same at' least ,three weeks honest'an l insolvent debtors, and' Her, bosom throbs- quicker' she
in the, militia, and of his I but a new venire lacias shall be : before the sale, unless any of the to protect creditors against the I breathes 'With .a burned respira
beds and and issued returnable subsequent of frauds of dishonest insolventsJbe tiu'net.pq t "PinfellPdo i IB age
necessary bedding, on some property shall be a perishable : .
the necessary wearing apparel of daynot'! more than six days nature, i& which case it may be and the same arc hereby. re- thatisbe'1 eedsbias for, jtyuggm

, ,himself and family stating the next ensuing, and it shall and may sold immediaely, on :giying three pealed., HERNANDEZ> ,. its assnfo res'acroi" herpremind
Dumber of persons composing his he lawful for the judge in such days notice, y ;advertisement at President'JOSEPH of the Legislative Council' yet she .blushes ; here e

: family, and if he be a housekeeper, cave to impose a' fine not the courtbou e.or themost public .SAMUEL FRY,.Clerk;. '. brightens j. her J lips assume a.deeper .
; hit necessary: cooking utensils, exceeding three dollars on any 'P lace in the n igbborbQo.d. [Approved' ,December 20, 1824y] stain of .the strawberry ; ..she,
tend two tables, six chairs, six juror' duly, summoned as afore Sec. L Bt ,It further enacted, c W)LP.. DUVAII, laughs,and wonders what ails,her,
\ t>Utes,.!>ix cups, an J saucers, and ,said and failing to attend. That immethatdy on therr appoiniint Governor of the Territory-. : of, Florida.! _, 'I for.: 'byte-is she interested 1 The a

1 hate dozen knives 'and forks, if -When a, jury shall have ben I, t .the assignees shall, gi"e An Act to amend' "an'. act regulatingChancery old: arried"'pcOp le are differently
'. 11* have those articles, may be, included formed, they' shall be -sworn or,: public notice 'n some,newspaper, : procted1DgsBe : .; affected, and-YetrtheY atireifl'ected*
i in said list; and all the a- ,affirmed well and truly, 'to try .the 1 printed withi the dijtrct"titre :enacted, by the Governor, .Memory ia'busi1 y;em pl% ,lbrulb.,' '
r .oresaid articles, which' may, bet question offraud[ on, the part of the insol,eat hill) bae, been imP andLeglilattve Council of the Ter, ing away the, cobwebs @f Time I'
contained in said, natJab.\11 be1 ex* the debtor,' and a true verdict ribotieds on e:'aw.ek. for. 'the rj tory of Florid, *. That nq Subpcgnin '.. (and that Time is> q err"" Indultl,0': .

.1. empt frsm: the assignment herein. give, whether the said debtor be s pace .r tour eck: ,:to the credis' ,Chancery., shall! ,issue, but bus 'spider), from; the picture..i' -'.
1 after. to be made, provided howevr -- entitled to ,his discharge or 'not, tore to 'presen ',andi riry their d c. 'u'PQn'a.bllt filedf nor shall, any iheircoD"8ubial' : .., : ,' / "- .
that,thtsa ct shall) not be 'con"fuedto "; and if'"tjjeverdict, be for the. dm mand'agat es .they" ipio.1ent,, a d:. Wriv0 injunction-or' ne exeat, ,be '--The'husbani'c!>e &i' $,&. ,dear? .

'f ', .. require of any person, .charge,of:the'deb'tor'upol\;, executing : whhid,:slz too 1hafrota;: tbe; timeof rantedb-ut,,u "oIEa':. bill\ 'filed ;.except under ihe'cnm,' aad, instead of ad ;, '
ako recel\'es. asalarYor periodical n* ?!nmentof' ,hU :property eir-ap'p ui thieit: i,theid. ,: as.: ituhe; .special ;cases and for dresses'iit aeif:ao'lien,"ai:"'Mrs, t ; ,

ti tt P end for his 8wylce; :M 'an om- as.-.afuresaid_ ,o the Judge hall I 'Ig secs shall ake'gn,,C'J uaLdivl. the. ,special". or: similar' '' cases, .,au- ',MouUryVorr4.. t ', /,-?, 'irbatever-,>" 4f.Jier. ..tit 4,. '

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the lifeless ad minister on hit estate and the I thennxiety of thoseT'colorehplein.thttcif ; ;-sied4 9 t.-dl-Jii: j To'
. 4 be, calls her virgin name- My ed ,towards corpse fand' : con,
i dear Lucy Howard* ;and she an-. ,the_ undertaker was.; already: meaiislof so d p'.g. While in the >,_who/, friends, t t atJfi' ti, e f: '
swerx with a modest caress, which come. to screw down the coffin lid: corner!of'the room carrying on.an emigrated. : Hayti. -' C )i I i ; f d : ff

'praks most tloq entlf'or"be.d J and i Iwailed'.only':for 4h relatives earnest conversation in, whispers, ,. ..tlafin tt.;. ac flained: 'the tiarnes"; meihsotflienuaJy: : rml1 g,'.h: .It.(

;Itt gone by.. Meanwhile,the old Bathe' orihe, ..Deceased to bid...)ast adieu *.ata couple :more t. planning' 'how :J Jihose.who-: hademigrated' and : ,.(. !j d:,.:some, ....,,
lor and.old Maid forget the chair to tiis' cotd"remains,; so'th'a't I WAS they, should contrive to, purchase those of the friends they had left cases of the typhus r.ever'? the

b not large enough for them. "TheM unalile to accomplish my-purpose the farm at the lowest possible rate.; behind, he had a number of letters symptoms ..01'whith were Jbe

did codger, whom no one pities -I ,only heard them say that he I had scarcely turned away from written, and duly signed, folded, same. as those ot the plaJti1ti tnd
but every' one in turn laughs at as'a looked natural ; that he had died'in these I list 'friend of the family I' sealed, and directed. The pooi in ,no instance had he suffered by

9 lusty old bachelor,' very probably a rapid fever the last flush of before'[we" were called! to dinner. blacks seized, on,- them "with avidity -! the contagion. He hoped. there

p recals \o recollection one whom which had, hardly worn. from his Every successive dUh here, as it and cheerfully praidrthe sum of, fore, that: Government '
., in the days: of youth, reciprocated I check. A abort and breathless was swept away was plentifully 37| cents, which was demandedfor further in the removal of the Qqe:

; with him the tendere&t feelinga cf1 I: pause ensued, then A momentary seasoned with anecdote and mirth, postage. It waS a gainful trade,I ran I inc 'Laws,-and: appoin '*"Co. #

affection, one who listened to the : stir, accompanied with a voice, and 'betore,the last course was removed for four letters could be distributed mission enquiry to investigate1

music of his voice with deiight; "'stand back ;' a few low, deep, *! the scenes of the morning 'a day, and these produced one" them with that view.' .

who watched his coming. 'with r trembling sobs succeeded, and: the .appeared utterly obliterated. dollar and fiftyeentsorflfty cents Mr.Vallace admitted

anxious eye; whose ready ear distinguished lid closed, and 1 heard the screws. lit was' the way of the jrorld,' more than the fellow. could have medical_ men had changed .t tJJal.
, the.sound of his ,foot driven in. The confused tread of I knew. fnit then it seemed unnat earned by carrying the, hod,'or by opinions;.but ,there were still ditol eh, .
step from among an hundred; who many: steps followed-the crowd ural. '* fow"itfwas, I cannot tell, working on the wharves. He carried faculties to' :overcome before
r laved-promised-withered before ,gathered round whhout, and at but a sensation, the thrill of which on the business r some time, Laws could be thaQuarantine -
the nuptial hour gave the last the bright poushcd mahogany still ruris throughly blood when till finally it came to the knowledgeof removed: and-a-false step wholly

b .1 right to pillow her throbbing bead coTin wa brought out. and laid 1 think of it, came across me, and colored man who 'had been be attended by irreparable injury.would

:. in his bosom,. atid died. Or the carefully and softly down upon yet I recollected that passes the' in.Hayti, and, who knowing thatno .
: lone virgin, designated b.the un- the bier.' bri'pvU prospects of the world; so such_ charge as 37g 'cents ,for Mr. H. Gurney said that no cU..

fesling world us 'an old Maid,' A deep solemnity rested upon. parses the uncertain flash of postage could justly be made, got mate:under I heaven was unsuscep,.

- ,*:: may mourn, in the depth of suppressed I.the crowd for a moment-every frendship; so pass youth and man- hold of the letter-merchant, and lible of:the 'Ravages;of the' plague-

grief, a ruddy youth of ..1. eye w turned pensively and sadly I hiod, the gallant, the ;gay, the made him surrender Lis whole' and that an unqualified' p.eal'of"

I t manly brow and gallant bearing, towards that spectacle, and the vely, and: the rich; so passes man stock in trade, when the trick was the Quarantine Laws would. pro.1:
ft* whom the caverns of the ocean language of many a hem seemed to his destiny-shall I not super- discovered.The f duce greater:'danger than the most.

% have entombed, or who, dead to this-'He is what I shall be !1' add, Sic, transit gloria mundi. letters nischevous, insanity.

tI his: plighted faith, may have The gulph seemed *o narrow, that Emporium. manufactured, were and very the prettily most Mr. H bhoose .thought di.ently. *.-
a sought in the arms of wealth for divided eternity from time, that / -4'IJO.l1ESTIC. gave The,celebrated Ameyjca.physician
of the of \'
flattering account state,
that happiness which true love can almost thought I could see beyonJ Dr. Hush, 'whora '
I the and of the $
I; all interest it.-Death stood before! me, a red- country, ,prospectsof staunch
; I alone impart. are once a supporter of the
the Whether
,emigrants. or
ed. ityand reminded! me of t'lUI A little girl.about a year and a doctrine of contagion, bad recanted
of the letters from -,
But the world what does it great change which ia hastening half old, daughter of Albert Le vis his opinion on further experU...
ti which have much
care ?those who are intent on gain, i to pass upon all men. ,But 10 of Faiifiicld, Ct. was so dreadfully ,I show, in of the made so ence, and, lamented his former er.
.u who) worship gold as their God, days before, the form.that was enclosed "scalded last week, by the turning some papers, were : ror. Dr. Assalina had inoculated
i ilay.
1 and have no sympathies unconnected tin that narrow abode,.walked *'\vcr of a'ketlle: of boiling water, : from this manufactory, we cannot him.elrror the plague, without taking *

with lucre Verily, they, uprightly before men-tnd that she died! in about thirty hours. .-Gazette. 'the infection ; and Xapolcoix
4.f too., 'are interested in marriages. I talked and laughed, as gaily, and It issaidthis child came to its L -- ---t'":.. ,had repeatedly touched pustules

, ;q 'Sitting: in my easy chair, these unsuspectingly, as any who now death through carelessness occasioned FOREIGN.From uf the diseased with perfect-Jety. -
t thoughts weie passing in my stood around it. It was' all 'vcr-' I.nte1l7jzerJnre.-AIl1any: w -- ...,. The honourable member eulogiz.

rothd when I dozed, and treamed the signet had been set, and the Gazrttfc'Parsity. the National Gazette. ed: Dr. Maclean as one of those

a feast was get ng-up, and a large spirit had gone to its last 'account. ( .-If after having bruised The abstract which we copy extraordinary men to whom the

. number it was thought, would at Wrapt up in these contemplations sony sprigs of purst'ly in your from an English paper, of a debate future historian would point as %.
tend. Hymen entered, lighted by I stood and gazed, until the hands, ou: attempt 'rinse glasses in Parliament respecting the great benefactor his species.Mr. .

his torch, the crowd pressed to carriers had lifted up the bier, the.Yill snap or suddenly Quarantine Laws, contains matter Trant
the door, but no one was admitted and removed some distance towards break. Try it.-Idem.We which touches the interests of our thought there were
: for
: very just reasons believing that
until some satisfactory reason was (he village church-the understand that Mr. Rufus maritime cities. The principal the infectious.
,, assigned how the person came in glittering spire of which blazed King,appointed Minister Plenipotentiary English and Scottish editors have plague was
Hymen's company. 'No one will flo\v in a clear sun above the green o the Court of St. James, declaredstoutly against the doc- Sir R. Wilson said, that, heir.'

doubt,' &id the minister, 'my. copse at the foot of( the hill. :has positively engaged the centrecabiii trine of contagion. in Egypt, he had become a.

right here, for who could have. The Ablc clad mourners slowly ofUhe old line ship Pacific, JBritish Home of Commons, May 30. I convert to the opinion that the..
: I performed the ceremony were I I I'descended from the piazza, and to sail or)the 1st of June for Liver plague! was not infectious. The

.absent and seated himself in a moved with fuultering step, towards pool. M!. King will, we are informed Quarantine Lawst-On the moving division of the British aj-,

large easy chair. My worship,' it. The long procession t>e accompanied by his second reading of this bill .being I my 'passed.'through villages infeced .-,
.* said justice of the peace, 'could formed ih the rear, and the whore eldest son'', Mr. John A. King; as : moved, Mr. John Smith expressedhis with the plague without being

z: tie the knot as tight as your rever began to wind slowly down the village Secretary'' 'of Legation, his lady opinion that the present bill touched with it. Still it was not
ence.' A merchant followed, road. and family.-.A. r. Mer. Adv. did not go far enough in altering the business of Government to Attempt -
The of At meeting of the Ohio Canal the Quarantine Laws, after the to force public opinion
: \v.I1jI bills of rich silks ar.d every : tendency men to levity- a upon
Variety elegant patterns for wedding I their proneness to forget every Board of Commissioners, it was proofs which Dr. Maclean had a subject of this nature. .

dresses-the. mantua-maker warning-:-the faithlessness of resolvedtha: the ceremony of adduced of their inutilty and mis- : Mr. Peel was of,the opinion that

': : and tailor close upon his heels. friendship, began gradually to ap.. Breaking ground, be fixed for the chievousness. That gentleman, he subject was still involved in.:
thcy must certainly have bureaus, pear. The smile of merriment 4th of July, next, and, thai: the President who had had better opportunitiesof doubt.

and probably a cradle,' said a cabinet returned gradually ; trie affairs of of the' Board. be instructed knuwing the facts than 'any'. Mr..Hume said that he was in. .'

' 1 iraker as he passed along. the day were familiarly discussed ; to invite by letter, His Excellency man living, had declared that the Alexandria while the plague was.
4 'And chairs and ettec,' said the and the plans and prospects, and Gov. Clinton' of' thia State, to be plague was not contagious. It there, and that. the irregularity
chair maker. At that inMtant a business'of common life, occupied present, ar.-l- deliver an address had been proved that the conta with which it was known to break

_' doctor appeared. Hymen declared every tongue around me. The uponte occasion.-Idem. gionoffeverhad never been con- out HI Egypt, while the whole-
., he could not conceive a disciple mourners alone appeared to feel An Indiana paper iuforms us veyed in clothes or goods of any coast ofAbia Minor was quite freb-
'S of Esculapius could) he considered the su'oke-or to remember witha that it is not a fact, as we had staled kind, in proof of which, Dutch from it, provedthat the principles.upon .

; as belonging to his train. single sorrow its eff ct.nd on the authority of an Eastern vessels from parts ot'the world infected which the Quarantine Laws

( 'It is a source of my most profitable yet he who, had fallen in the morn- paper, thatlwindow-glass has been : with the plague, discharged had been enacted were not cor.,
: employinent/gravely answered ing of life was an associate, a companion sold in Rhode Island which was ? their cargoes, on arrival at rect. H.
the doctor.-'Then I have a right a friend thtse I Whywas manufactured in the state or'ln- Holland, without any disease having

i ; : too,' exclaimed a nurse, rushing it so ? I know the answer diana. We know not how the ensued. At Marseilles, a By the act concerning Piracy and

i! forward, her left arm bearing apiece that is ready. 'It is the way of mistake'.occurred in regard to this I port crowded with vessels from Barratry, which passed! the French?
t1tii .diaper. A shout was the world.: 'matter, butl\ prooabiy irom the inConvenient the plague countries., there was Chamber of Deputies on the 5th,

.r 1. now raised by the shoemaker, the At last we reached the church and absurd practice of I not an instance of an expurgator ult, the want of papers on board: ,-. "

i.: poulterer, the victualler, the yard, and the coffin was let down multiplying all over our country, (the person who examined the or the fact bearing commissions'

.' ,!, :.t schoolmaster, and the Lord into the cold d4mp grave ; the the same name: for. towns, coun- goods imported from such plague fran two or more powers constir.

'. i .,I : knows who ; among the rest, aprinter I loose straw and gravel was thrownin ties, &c which frequently leads to countries)having tali,n the plague. lute piracyrand every Frenchman,
.f. T..; popped his nose in! at the : upon it, and the burial completed a mistake alone for another. The At Constantinople, the clothes of who without authority from Oie .

;' .: : door, allurtd by.the delighful savory in. a haste' seeming almost to Indiana paper which notices the thousands who had died of the king, takes commission from a<

, 1.. : I. : '\.. smell of the terrapin and betoken impotence to put away ; error, adds.!..' plague, were regularly'sold in the foreign power to command a ves,
,: : :,::. : oyster soup-*it is part of my business from sight all that remained of \Ve doudt not but that the public market, anti purchased by sel armed for cruizing, is declared/
\41;.' to publish the marriages;' the departed one. The relativeshad Western Stales will ultimately be- persons who never were affectedby a pirate. The Opposition taxed'

_; i c: said he. 'Lei them in-let them taken the last look-the crowd co.t.e: the seat of manufactories. it. From Aleppo, a place frequently the law with giving to all Frencii-

cJ in,' said Hymen, 'for h is impossible had paused in silence for a moment But tbe-infancy of our state, the visited by me plague, vessels, the right of searching" J..

to till who i ib not interested, ; the last tribute was paid, general pressure of the times, and caravans were constantly proceeding cry:foreign. vessel,"a right which

- ; directly or indirec ly. Bid them Sc the mutitude} rolled away more the want of .capitalists- amongst to various countries, yet the the government had refused as a*

.,' t1aJ4: ill welcome' the feast;' and I a- rapidly than they had 'collected.A us, havehitherl6' had a tendencyto plague was never communicatedby injury and insult when it was asked *-
: woke. few friends only accompanied check the, spirit of enterpriseand them. The plague of London, by other powers under circum,
_ On full consideration, I see that the mourning family. back to the this'perhaps is the only reason in 1665, was caused by the mode stances which warranted it more,

there is abundant reason for the mansion of the hill-and having why establishment of this kind of living and the general' filth. that is, in relation to the Slave.
.. 4 Interest every body takes in a loitered a few moments by the have never yet been erected in in.diana.At. When the palace of Queen Elizabeth Trade."

I! I; : wedding and I hear it whispered grave, I followed\ th'cra. Int.On was strewed with rushes, and ..
>t. w !'\. t by thost who understood the signs in crossing the I Iarmthat; the concourse the night of the 14th instant. the diet of the ladies of her court Wei wood His merchant, of'
: of the times, there will be more of people had passed thro', .the Brig Rob Roy, from New-Or was salt-nab, hung-beef, &c. it,was Jamaica, has solicited from the

m .lif weddings the present year and the I beheld the tokens of that sudden leans bound to Boston, was run easy to conjecture what the habits government of Colombia, the 'exclusive *
: #\ t year to come, than there has been c2Jamhwhich had overwhelmed foul of by the brig Seneca from and food of the people at large privilege for uniting the-

f';:'' :,. .E...;'t./ .aQf I' many. years_ _past._ its inhabitants in every Havre. She; sunk about twelve were; which, coupled ,with close Atlantic and Pacific oceans, in
direction. A plough lay overturned hours afterwards. The Captain air, want of cleanliness, and want that which he deem:
;i;i part may
THE BUUIAL. in the furrow ; an axe was rusting and crew were taken off from the of room, would readily account most expedient in the
t.11 .' 'And where is he?-not by her side, i by a pile of. wood ; and, a wagon wreck, and arrived at New Yorkon for the prev&lrnce and spread of, Isthmus Darien other
r or
i1c Whose: want he loved to tend. any
4 Tiie morning every had b.ttl1-cold and I half unloaded stood in the Friday last in the Seneca, fever having the appearance ol' part; either by means of a canal,or' ,

: wet but as the meridian lane. In the general panic every which vessel :was much injured by plague. Where- &. lague now. rail-way; on the following conditions ,
approach, thing had been left in the situation the accident.- -Nat.; Int. May 26. usually raged, the same disregard :
1t44t ed, the cloudsbegad* to disperse
it happened to be at that John C. 8y.mmeThe Hamilton ., of wholsome diet and
: .and the sun gradually breaking moment. cleanly habits 1st. That the benefit of this. pri .
the wraiths of These had been perhaps unnoticed Advertiser, (published in O-. prevailed it did in Londonin vilcge.shall be granted him' for
through heavy
ovcr&hadowing that: day by another ; but to 'me, bio,)of the 6th instant, says, that 1665, and sufficiently explained .
i r tloomlprinkled years.
:LI1d4 thousand the a each little incident. spoke in a their fellow. citizen, John C. why the disease prevailed in such I 2d. That he be allowed to levy .
; glories dripping I .
among voice that, reached the heartIt Symmes, hasaccepted:, of the offer p countries. Indeed, if the plaguedid -duly all of goods "
blades and on descriptions ,
grass spread a is sad ; it is melancholy it is' of fie Emperor of Russia made
; not depend on
rainbow causes p transported by tbe said canal or
:t bplenUid; above the drifting

touching ;:the spectacle grief through Count RomanzoiT, inviting and it
l; .. scuds that tilled the western was actually .contagious, : rail-way; for thy conveyance,
: pale messenger, as it is diplayedeven him: to'a'keU, North Poiai_ must ere this ",have. depopulated whereof, he is permitted
t ti sties, as I ascended the t9rbe
, green in the: minutest traces of its Expedition, under the patronageof I the whols globe. The Law ol: have the boats, cutters, "
hill by a path that ted to the latedwelling necessary
ei. footsteps or its effects.DeJW r that enlightened monarch,,I Quarantine could only be justified I _
of De Wilter or carts .
The ,
qL ? roads that terminated, the hill ter, now lay cold in the The editor of ihe''Hamilton' Advertiser .' by necessity ; for it. was prejudicial p ,3J. That he be allowed :one ..:

tj 1 top were lined with neglected grave yard, but in" his remarks "should this expedition to the best: interests of tnt.:: year to -,commence the undertak--,
persons on pleasant mansion, the table was prove successful: l' reflections country. It obstructed .
: ;;
1 : loot horseback .
: on and
vehicles, nil plodding on towards ,spread out 'and loaded with all the maybe justly, cast upon I i it impeded science ; if was injurious ing.4th.. The applicant! offers,, in:
luxuries of,the season. His friends oiirgoveinrnent.Whether GUI to all classes or travellers to
t the already crowded I ; ; case his proposal be granted
dwelling, it seemed had gathered to feast. countryman a'will' be able it connected
a S1mm ;! was superstitious I free of from .
: expense
evidence transport
giive ample in which, departed of the .
had been hed. in be one retired to jhcr solitary chamber, has soeniUiisiiistically spoken olin I commercwi h Egypt; !I belong to the State" -
dud. neighbor- with' her infant orphans. She'felt; his several essays, lime will dt"ernaine.Nat <' would be destroyed if some alterations ..%' This application has been .promulgated ;

' ; ah she felt);'ah she felt, the loss \ .Adi' were not made. Since 18IS I by order of:the Colombi9U .
1 into1he .
: that pushed I might! my look\Yay ,. house.J of all most dear to her upon e rlli. PAiadctJi/dat l May 24....-Some many: _medical men had changed i eX'ecativepower, in the official

;t : once more upon But at the door sat two sage and weeks, 'ago a black fellow, from their opinions on the subject .o r Gazette 6f,Bogota, "in order, '_
ii' thefcevfmy- y0un< before venerable, men gravely .discussing New York, hit an excellent L and .Dn I ""choose 1"
it hid forever upon contagion ; ,Maclean, hat 'tnai'such'fjerybns1 a*, may \
a ws YI5i away rrom'l the ad ntagt'sll! would arise plan for fillip ,his own packet:. made many converts noiwithstanding to offer ocher term, 11:11'.itbin do,-..59 'Y'

(l !mortal' ..-. n!. Butnumbers press' from their procuring power. and, at the same lime, relieving.; the I jealousy which- 1- .btffore' .ex: ,,\\ a.period, fntydas.- '',. ;' ,,

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.riment ,
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fly. f _

_I I of ttic object,;which if once effected, I of a village tatesthe ball in the'evening.extended the, Writing" "

the commercial! j canut. 1 __ _
Ma 19.-Mr. The adulterous' ;Among the,toas given on/bis .f" "ed" committee,' until the 10th of
1OJu' Foyefrvi(1e4 t. : cc tti; find inV: 'following July,'for the execution of the Mason's:mdCarpenter's _
.f of l
.\ Uoslmasleip General rtrjpped every part
th .
McLean ,
; work fo the
veh of her hair, in that' j 'and well xpreised sentiment; necessary crcc
Wttiour, PajMiUter ill has just add 4 another to his lion of a ,
mains expone'd to all -Uie- The President of the Unittd
.I.J rJ 'tatel' ,n I, 'aad Mr.- Htxnrluiye'been claims) on public gratitude, for ,
I II' males of tbe.
illage. \5
Learned 1
admitted to, : and '
G LIP lIae of the Board of Al erf zeal und:, ability! in the discharge, back to her parents,who i
jpUUC .' of the! duties of his Department.. her forever in.some I may ,
(,aty. ,and ppi'iuh 'adminis- < r<' A' '- ,
oflms *
Well \\e are informed 1 that he has giyerinotice some trbesthe agreeably to the Ordinance of the' 16lh _
punishes,with, death,hc. as his wortliy. predecessor.General inst. .
i is candidate, the mail contractors in ,
RICUl1U .3. l nTEn a to run the risk of placing.in Call hai S
cd t) offer For IS eeila>
turning columns,10 feet
nt the people ot Mobile this place, tha he will '.h rt ymake.it inglo'whom he did, not .
to in die Legislature of that nimself Ual a candidate for re. long. _
A1bm3 ;their duty, on occasionsof The usual dress 'of tf' was an _
dians is much)he
_' to ,the. commercial prettyl\ roof and all
s great importance ', Carpenter work (es*.
receive \) natu representative ;: and .
unsuccdisful at- \ community, to send ex- cept ornamentaL)
, urth 1"Tg.-Tv.0 make use of an.qpparcl, haJt'\Vas) unusually fortunate The plates the turned
extending Co-
their lines T Qtthe
hAve been made, during the h.ttftnf pressrnailSQfl called legging made bills whichf brought} !lumns and those at corresponding

! to unite tw! CitizenS of k'ensacola rate of 11 miles Ian hour, aRt; thus, skins, .asccndjng? as high r\Var passed through f .Congress in_the' brick plllirs' with the braces height between .

j, lcbr.tiJn t"the lttoIlChilTg' anm* ''by affording: to all,the news of important the, body allows, and ; them, to be planed on the sides:
1 ndeuce. On n at the last moment oC the
'iJrtfol'American Ind"p waist leather strings
changes, the markets, to by ; and.lower edge, and beaded on the lower .
t he .r of the City calledIkiidrequwtttC similar' ', what i This be accounted
: la"t May service as may corners
the of ;the shingles to be laid in five
behalf num- put astop to system specu. ,
in a
) ers. Formerly their r'"p rlrJ from the general eLi inch courScs.
: *: cit./.vns, Hutt ,we would issue a lation which has, lately been so extensively ed to wear a mantle pf '
rOfttV ion in which 'he was personal Laving:brick in twenty pillars and furnishing

< meeting ofthoie favorable lo :! by individuals of the hair and
practiced deprived ,
"l u
.etice morter for the
held and from the cha same.
\\ e did so, partly ,
tbc ,remenlioneU object. clone commercial .town, on 'thoseof ly of Musk ; others used Laying pavement 100 feet fay 55,to b&
hod! on the tnue appointed, so garment, made of the r of the measures themselves '
.1.ct1 t another, who were not possessed raised! the centre and descend towards
elC'e\ that ii was judged incxpe- less and less he proposed and which .
prccioris the sides "
the bricks be '
fc.p. laid
of information. : edgeways, '
of means -
tue consiJcrttion "
to their connection with the -
dcl \0 1)lUCCCd looked the'true :inter in sand.AH .-

VIC' :Ollbct-aa; adjournment wu ngixedat I .-Observer.] deprived them iof.every, of the Union,as well as of the the materials will be delivered '
the second meeting fewer ILt.II is the first for th 'liabit of : oa
; The-above
public notice change '
the ground, where the market is .
lor which he to be
d. represented. erected ;
&t thC, prece lUg. have but a miserable ( ) _
.n have
\ dcwekuovnol. we seen: of: an exp'erimeht ; Contractors to furnish their own
wnethcr me gentleman, themsehes'1Ir'itl. I
\\ which'xve knew to belti agitation ver attendants, the proposals l will state theI '
.luKUUCsieil iis to print tae: Hand-bilk, hairs on the top of the h NORFOLK, May 13.
the General Post Office price per thousand fur brickwork,and for
fended Hoax us, nor do we c.reitfcvcr at tie tliemtogcTher. '\
to It is said
that the
Thompson's- turning
appear, much like it, as he did the whole credit 'of the intention head-dress it *?* a net columns separate from the .
; lard is to be abandoned &s a place Carpenter's work. ,
ut the tll'e 1Ug'. We wereliois : it .ornamented with little
of which, whether succeeds .or The
) lurllic credit ..f our city, that a tied usa band round the r rendezvous for our shipping plan ofthe market can be seen and .

Viwlcrlebntlion should take I place, not, justly due :to the Postmas. hanging each on a side of emjloyed on the Wes> India the !necessary explanations obtained. by'
those who ab- ter General. Wishing (for it all tlieniselves) : application to ei Jicr of the comauttee.
uie any among wonen cover and that naval < to 1
but liicrc a depot.:js .
tue meeting, who possible successand. giving to its I ALSO, '
fcclve io.u than the.menhc
r.tfJiCH& ettabli&hed Pensacola for ijiatpurjipse. :
.': fe llll8.tnJ WiIO .tlkw a author the credit justly due to his naked, until they-reach, I at Proposals will be received, fur the de- '
.tL1 O fl'IIII'" : livery
( ) po"s"tical opimoii so lo souitiic and the I Better late than never.Pensicola of:25OOO Best Cyprus 3Iiin'Je. t ;
fifteen girls:
vl motiveswe have doubt whe-
d s uiYi.ee some ia pei es 28 feet
prelude an iiitercliangc pj so- of ; the latter, at that may not be quite so long) B .. 'I I
: age
ther the plan for can ever 10 pieces 18'fect1ong t
this expresses .
inttci.ursepnawoccasiun ot na- selves with an apron. as the latter place G 1Ilvuc,
of the 10 pieces 10 feet sqWd'e,
be established long i ,
not the enjoywent ot part Those Indian used to I
*e CHtl.tU ID inconvenience the I
ti c attending 70
i'ociu ,ons mu)iinduce.Ve Post Office system. We have Kafiers 20 feet lung 3 by 5 in best
tli i' >tr t uth: cl>pusit to firelocks ; they can counterbalance lnuutl'sllcrHice heart stuff. _It
these ui\isousiy the community I made innovations than imparted more ge "' I
: bllltill greater grace. 3000 feet
of 1ivhiich rough 1 i
iiit; hUU not ,it &aJto, valuable edge boards. .
a was
ami "ojic nvtmCraU this hoover, established very '
..._ ... systems teaches be ILNjshet .
.. bI44ft ene ger of tlie string striking experience must ) .t J
: and who knows but this ,
\ .t owuniJt) pl'uIHuliuglhem.. the unlocking, however, inevitable result' r keeping up i Jn.de' la Rua C I
be added to the number which _. | n
may view add second ,. ,
they a naval establishment at Thomp. ":; I
Theprnjiec:* rf tmacola.-\\'e copy are, in ur Government, already a haffbrastardmulu out \ : '.4IH,. All en. .- trl

111 liiuvviijj ajipropriaic remurks from iu successful experiment ? to cover the arms from Island. June..22d, 25.-1ist.; I '

tin >tuuiijn Journal, they suow that our I Ic..1' r elbows, fastened. by A -' .- I
fvfCKt:>MUM nni
} i, iirojicriv cilniialcd abroad.V cU'cn i lug several times round PO..1' C Rll''i'. CITY Oli"\PENSACUL4: I i. .
much pleased by the attention I Extract from a Book,entitled I used also to wear
\%: .
J."ud to oar concerns 4n- ail the papers of I REAtTT'S nr L'IIKTot & D'AItEnIuTE.Beauties the inside bark of a Just as our paper wa ready for Board of Aldermen, .:i

I,.,;:JI.ebtuu City. I ( of tJTe History of America.) ly prepared for llitit press, we heard that there is .Stttinf Df IM.IStA of June 1825. }

'I CVd ai attempts have recently I'vbU'khcdin Paris in 1806. made of a certain)plant, report in this City, that the U- PROCEEDING to the.: verification of :. I

en, resembles flajc : | Slates stationed on: the 17th inst. .for
ihe town
"been u.acie to destroy Translatee1for the Pentacola Gazette. troops At
loose tint the election of an Alderman '
a apparel, is to fill tile
by seuiny fire to unoc- FLORIDA.C waist and! extend? down Clinch, are ordered lo vacancy of Samuel Patterson Esq. resigned .

cup-i .l houses. Vie believe the knee ; then their mantle ) to Fort Mitchell at she -the result havingfciven a Majority to 1

ojjvui of the incendiaries' has, in ( dfiYJm ortrlatt.) when worn with <':other ? Agency, Georgia.We Thomas Wright .Esq. he was declared
That all the branches of
each nistanccy been so promptly I should be united in the same person the up the left shoulder and regret that \vcare not able duly Published elected. .

me. nu defeated by the activity of Jaux-as exercise also the art of healing. the right Ann, which the, I to inform our readers on by order, INib

inhabitants, us to have con- When not engaged in their Sacerdotal! also They ol some prepare fis'.i and i subject ; but,, as we have not Parmantier. '

lauM: 1 Lie m'uchiet lo me- buildings functions, they never appear without a dexterity, and give I en favored with direct informa- Secretary. '
full of plants hanging at their belts.
in winch the tire commenced. It dies, that the color of we can only state that we
Continual observation-have certainly affouled ..
Sis sincerely to.h hoped thai tile them some botanical knowledge make, would bear; con p every reason to believe the NOTICE. I

jnuhc.ous perirdraior, of the xiiisctiui and their prescriptions are perhaps as finest sition,scarlet particularly: they have: correct. 'rn Bez-ribe-r,

may be uiscovcrtd, and applicable! to the cises as those or more mocku>oiu, but of this -- -- WILL apply at the next term of th&

brought 10 merited pur ishmeul. regularly) bred physicians.: They deterge tie ue; particularly the '.Iw Superior Court for the Western
the soc, by means of their lips, from this t
the District of Florida at Pensacola for :
1'1isacJ14 hai had diiliculiy ol I u
the patient commonly experiences great -uuulj"hnn: c SHIP writ of '
partition, to divide the real
div ASP to contend agaiust ; and benefit, and, asit is practice, it must be estate
From ihe\East\ of the late Maria Carlota I
.*j'.:' scarcely has begun to'raise her inferred that :it is productive of no 'material The ibllowing Ld amongst the heirs, ami devisees Wuby deceased of the I

htaU above thy Uisasteiv i before inconvenience to the operator. before the Agricultural said Maria: -which said real estate
\\ hen the sIckness! resists the .W T con-
she hus tt encounter this new caL .nur&ngofthe ty, by Gen. liernaiidez) 9 sistsofthe .following' numbered lots ia I

-. bheis : t bin her rclationsnndthe art of the Jauvas, ttie Presidenc."e. the city of Pehsacola, to wit:
'y. poor pros- then iaj.t
as a resort the 1'a
patient is .
exposed taining information tout ur Uensacola. Numbers 50, 124, 125,. 126, 127, 129, I !
p iiare fialicring ; Liid her tiiuati. at the door of lus cabin, his face turned to .
71 72
24, 36, 122 with the
towards Gentlemen the together I IA
..;> gives her: naiural advantages, the Sun and the disappointed of
healer, now shifting his trade lu executing the : \1l.LDIXGB I
Avhicu, with com 111 on success, the intreatshis ENTERED. ; ;:
deity to complete what he has vainly tin have been pleased':, to ;i ;
en i and industry of her in- June 29.cha. Logan, Cornell, .
erpmr l1(rln en. It hits sometimes happened, leave to observe that I .. and appurtenances thereon.-
halJl %:..s will speedily improve, that such hopeless patients have been indebted apprehension of my : Philadelphia ; Consignee' Cargo, _\Vhich said lots are now hel

u as to i-levae her from herpre- for restoration to health, to a them in a manner equal H.'Allen, Stone & NUbet and and owned in 'co-parcenary by Joseph, .

lIt'rH )Jowhtcss| to the rank of a perspiration, fortunately provoked by the or your expectations.: In ,i1aser.22.Scbr.. Casimero, Celestino Benjamin, Maria Y. -
solar rays.The .- these duties shillluke Candida and Joanna< Ruby who have .
rich! and l'ual Henrietta
comm Quiggles
sea-putt. ,
usual dress of the Jauvas, is a mantIc the agricultural condition fee simple! title to the same. '

made of skin, cut in bands ofxunequal which 1 am happy tt> Orleans ; Cargo, Groceries The Subscriber gives ,this notice as :

) ',.-\Ve have heretofore taken oc- width fixed by a belt round the waist; to say is prosperous the Master. Guardian Benjamin Ruby and Joanna

tr J H.u toiccoiiiuitiia, to the notice of the their legs and arms are naked ; they wear while increase of Schr. Harriet Maura, New Or. Ruby, on whose behalf.,the above'me..n? I P

Lou the Uc.ara Aldermen of our city, a bonnet also of skin terminated in a taking place, both by Consignee of Cargo, F. tioned application is to be made. -
as:: iruiiiuiiCc, oi'tl.e (Council of UaHiir.on the ;
point-those adjoining States
of Jos Ortiz.Ex'r
a higher order add .
a gar J. C. cc C. C. N.
en the subject of Cock fighting, land of feathers' the lower encircling countries. Pasquier, ,

..vn.cli.a lute exhibition! on thcr ;public.Mjitre the head. They have part a kind of-: With regard to-the H. Allen, H. Ahrens and M. Crup- June 5th, 1825158t.& Guardian.Pepsacola )

.. iiHSshown tube h-j-hh necessary drum on which they beat, to give notice of the Territory, the|ugar !1 per. .
': \\ c flOW jircsciit for. lhtir.: cunsi.4.kl4t1U of their approach. less become one of $file CLEARED.June .

two&iclious of an* Oiuntunce to AVhen the Floridians for it is found to blossom h Aa Ordinance, :
prepare any 20.-Schr. Covington Pack
\4.ullog iroia going at large. expedition, they take the opinion of the not do in Louisiana,:|a Providing far the erection of a Marker
1. Be: it eiihctcd and ordained Jauvas is : full Grant, New Orleans ; ballast.
who on such occasions utter oracles brought to House,and authorising a.loan to build the .
1;, /.e: Mayor and City C'ouncil of ,which they give a unquestionable mate. The Yam, one of Schr. Logan, Cornell, Mobile, 'tame. -

2iui,;.:r.oiv'; That from and after inspirations.. Then the Chief his face roots of the \\ csi Indies, with sundry articles by the Master. B tit Ordainetlby the Board of Ald :. J'

tsc tenth clay of this present turned towards the Sun, draws some Water seed on my own p ) ARRIVED.June men of the City of Pentacolat That, I
from a and the roots \\-cigh as much )Messrs.. H. NisbetJ.de la Itua and N.
n ( utii li i July, no dog shall be suf- up spring, sprink ling it into 19.-Schr. Covington Pack- ,
fL the air, over the; assembly, exclaims, "let 1'hc casada, another!root IX. Allen be, and ate hereby, appointed J
tti io go al large iu' uny street,I the blood of our enemies"thus be spilt, to preciated the \Vcbt In Grant, Si. Marks. a Committee -with authority to contract '

l-ie cr allt-y, or on any unenclosed the last drop." Ag in, filling his cup tivated here to'the iime SAILED. for and superintend the erection' of & :

\s utrf or uiiiucloscd! lot vithin this, once more, and pouring the contents upon i those countries, and ihe June 18.-Sloop Industry, Mal Market House, agreeably to the,Plan submitted .

city, between me firs day of May,, some burning coals, he cries, U may the tins early period in Ios let, St: Andrew's Bar Ccrg-o-grocerks bya Committee of.this Board.. .
: enemy p?ris'i! as south ot tins Sec.2. toul That
uiti speedily as this ,fire was I city. iJeilfurlJ. r.Ordaimd
the first elz.y of Nuvciuber in extinguished." by R. K. Bradsha\v. < .
Many valuable plants the-said Market House shall be built, on +
t,err yet ", and in case ar.y dog: The widows of those wrrior5'ho died introduced from toe' that part. of lhePublic Square, situated -

'lA he found going al )large as on the field of honor, are entitled to the Mr. Geo. J. F. Clarice of E, LAROQUE, on the Southern line of: the Lot claimed :

ttol'rsalC, the ouiur shall Ibrfeitnot privilege of depositing their hair on tht. Col. Muntt, both of\' SUR6EOJV Ii ?"TIS7' by Mr. Manuel Gonzales and ,the Hay

... 4. not exceeding ten' dollars tomb of their husbands, and they are notp.'niitted engaged in experiJiieiiU and exte ing"to the Eastward from Pakfox .

3-orltrss to marry a second time, until prove of great COI1. iuc ortin'( e, Street. .
than five dollars : Provid- their hair hs We Set. 3. Mdbe it further:Qrttainedt'lht
grown sufficiently to cover tory. are likewise _
returned France and I
*d 1 further, that the Mayor shallovc tIlt ir shoulders. The honors of the funeral I IJosley of the city of .w T-i tAs respectfully lately iuforms those m who, the Mayor of the City be,.and 4ie, ere

iiuthnru)' to extend the pio- pile are a-variled, only to such chiefs trottuctton of a cons t "nd in need of his. professional! services may, by,authorised and empowered to borrow;

viiioiis of this ordinance in his disfwion as have proved themselves valorous, and Madeira Grape Seed, ( jhat he will remain fifteen or twenty days on the faith of this Corporation .a stun
their lishrs arc mixed with a liquor made prove aa invaluable [ not exceeding One Thousand Dollars, at
Pensacola Mr. Collins Hotel where
to ail ,
111 the any or other months fermented! com;and'drank by the rcla-!I!: regard to the Orange : be consulted at all Ifoiirs, the rate of six per cent. 'per.annum< interest *

year, to be signified by his Uon, on the. iiist anniversary thcdeath !I generally increasing both E.may L. performs all the payable. in such installments an the ,

l 1al11aUon. of their departed friend. In other famiJ -i and on tile .margins of% the-teeth and necessary ope- Mayor may 'require,.16 meet the expense .

2. .And be it enacted and orHiotd I J lies; the bodies of: the dead are kept a 1 As cotton must !: care on fixed tartar, without gums ; removes injuring of building the said MarketJHouse and
wiiok-year, after been be the lir and in three biier at
That all living embalmed, < t, most redeemable yeaw!pr
are hereJ .enamel.; polishes, files and plugs
persons -
? packed in the finest skins and placed HI would beg leave to the op on' of_theCorpo1ion&aild.-fOr; .
authorized as to their farther decay _
; kill prevent ;
o any dog or1ingatarge cedar coffins the Lice the tsfwhiciiito ihtf. ubscri-
I ; ywr being finished, o.f"uruingthe repayment
nroken and teeth with .
tvS in manner a- i the corpse,is carried to tue foresYiiext to i crop IS gathered,' C01'LU and inserts decayed artificial teeth in ben to said loan, the'faith of the City IS _
his :former usual abode there as 1 ease ; as'also the rdnts whichmay ,
contrary to this ordi- i : each family am persuaded neat and .durable regulates hereby pledged
tLtcv ; and! ih&t inv person pros'' have their private pot, and each individual greatly,bciictitted by its teeth, &c. &c.manner arise from,the-said_ .Market House _
its special grveatthfq.ofa Vee derground. .j.jTiie as well as the Corporate propertyof. the .
4ting '
tifcf his" having ki.lKdpwrsuiiit ) W. B. As a stranger I think it necessary, _
xvhiciiiicaivfully renewed _
when it de establishment 'of aatis&c- CSt .
y dug to this or di. cays. It u the eldest von'* saererl occupation society: at Tallahassee! inform the public that I ;ec.4. And be it further Ordained.That _

ltct: tu the a iifactiott of the; to watch the thriitiness of the tree, jnent,.isa subject of : tory'documents June in 25th regard 1825.tto-16rfNOTICE. capacity* thc'iiwtall.iieiiU,of said load shall; be paid, .

: 8hail- be entitled to receive that overshadows the remains of his latuer recommend that the & at the times stipulated bj Ufcitiyor, to '. '-

\ Lthe ( ; were he to neglect it the i indignant extended ,1 to. its me !b the Treasurer,of the<3ity-VRri43he'Mayor-
shy the
y Tseasuiy sum
contempt of if:* fellow men would Have courteously hereby authorised draw oh&'l'reasurer ,
; pursue extep after date I will to
dol'al' DtX weeks appry
io ; fe.d ait persons. who I him continually. ThU religious respect by !making,them honorarj- r5 Hon''the County Court Escambia. ,from-time'to tilJ1e. in favor of theAcomtnittec
r2tt1.InItt in C b..Uiriice and con- [for the ashes of the dead has undoubtedly society it is tu..bc" b Letters Administration oti foisuclisunD 'or sims* as \fill .

fq I1trClo, .b1tll be indemuihLrmk58. I,:coutributed in. no small degree to renderthe t bitants .of the I city f"l.J' 'e ntj.fjr.tate of Domingo lleggi. ,,.late of said enable" them" ,to uroct'ed' with the building. ". '
awed of Florida diuicult of conquest -I ooiuaider the Import anc couiiyjdeceased. F.ll.Nisbct, '.
Strangers; uho would violate simiUr i institution 'iiuhlit : : I. Jqsepb- ,. ,Caro.PeKskcbla .. Preddent'of'ihe'Board of Mdermen. : .. _
sanctuaries could not escape with the centre of,the 'Tmf <' .. _
aett CII: ce 1rpr"t,-U is with plea.t1$4t impunity.< Amongst nation*, good sim. most populous : t June 23d. J1825.-166t.DATTID .- : Approved- .,June, 1itii,82 -'
"t pl and religious uch .nicaic: : ,. :, J oiiliJcrri.,.
?.tn&! CJur worthy. t'ost-, a .sentiment may. :witii each. .other .,. .
.er tkTal h u. ta'orinl'br'rn'ry produce rficcu as great as those of the oicntofthe Agricultural. CVJN.1. ,: -.a'. ,. ; elUU"!O k!, ,'-d _

G Ills Pwcr, to r..ndcr Iii!Depar::' love of IndeJ;\lhjtnte-; J \vh o 1 e. .'. XiounaoT:aUAt 'W" 'r' Att"es : .. ": .r: :, ."., ". "
... .ttt. b" Ltrctlv: Floridians have customs, which N. S rarmaniiefy: :. :: :;:. ; I "'
; enforciii .
.1M b. the! The -v rta Ying fixwlliisresldfir.ccfttPensacola.D t .. I ct' .." "...\ _
"'pty &* improvements would') honor the rmist polite. nations':_- in.Kcamb:1 .tRe purUf or ..Se"ht"V.. c.. tt.j.Jf < -
arillpjractiocJi ;
or F1Dmrgh J -5- ''t '
*:? .
'fleiaii'::!0'. P1'9nilsc curul utili. J".'.- The Ilighlaiulew of1 Appabtchy" do not The J ciuztrns. t'ori K V : ,. ..Ifultoni1 '. J.C yoni;."vawdeu_ .,. ,'', ,..' 4, ." :1. -' fA:, .. ,- :
.t't ;;arces, with I tbr .cfo/iUrtfii I these ..,. : : ,-- .' '.,: ..t.I' '. ,,
: .
regard tttcx- give a ,1\Jati..1.cf : i. \ Mue.omcp P'R'U" It' .
; \ '
m .vt..rY't'
a .
1! r"o >: Jn thc N8tita, 1i\td: most" r 11 cmi icquirc a distinct appclLvtion ; a' Public Di'iinerTotheir .... h-.i.cP.unP'. t.t. c !.otColo-, .'.,. lJl'; '' ..,, J.'i"_." ."y .".,... ... ., "'.' ,.'
t tllIh" m "! p. r" ; "! .Excc1\ (I.with1. ne3In'tss'an'd' : ,.: '
thel'C.nre of (5 .
411 $ m-fV.. by thft per a Jcjm nc sproegenerousaction lc/jPF 'ph)1. 111 e 1 J.C'6 oft Of '- '. _< :
V) .'
,. cccsnatctin the. accon. .t tim1 1 : 'th'b bfcncfaorj.or{ .thsjljbc,.' *\cr.< bn ldn a ifie'sit 1gr' ; ,J\P.fu. ?Bh-Jriie3UlW.stt'! :; .i 1 .patch, .tt.' .1t4'Mii. ...'".. -4'T ,j _

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iI. .: NOTICE .J PaiacolaBook&J a''''

;' ; : S'S.9.tLE- : : : 8 WD>given,'That.at the, next term' r u t ,
110LLi ()TQB ,. '
>: ; tN :- ;'.- of the Hon. the County knd'vssucheri Couf,1, and 11 US *Teceived -per Brig+";8t C _

' t.1 will be oSend 'or;sale, at P b1ic AyCt10'I, ecaoiints of t 'Tel. t from New-Yorr,. andte. ',,,-,',
ten cloc.k A'1 of the estate
next st o settlement
I Ftidtt. ho first ds_ f .o tju" t' erect will n\lafJ the, fipresetttthrul : above, in i additional, ftttorto
. o so mac tb as of Pensacola, deceas4. tofBoo\
at too Court. Houae-iD,'tbis City" the following property or' pleas the taxes Giles Newton e I imong which are the followin 8 !"'It
-.for due 'thf.f'eOn to the3lstof; necember 1834. (u : 'c: NEW
orpo tlon or Pen ac: I.,: taxes up .z f WORKS. .

ire paid to the 'lIbscnberbero the daJ of:ale) together with allcoatl: rid, cl. geS. .r,-, ..:.-.. "John, .de. ,.tdarIm.lTatOf'la. ,Rua< Jothel in, a Romance of this EagSihuj .
tones .
vi --- + ,
; Total Am'L !Fell. 24th:1825-Sl_,tf., S tanh e'a Letters: on Greece
Tax c unt. ,1 10 erct. ,, fa 1
Y OPPROPERTY. r.\\ T.O: Ain. P 3
l'iAJaS OP OWNERS AND DESCRIPTION 1 3, LAW Q C ,. and 824 with Document on the Crei

4 Csrpattri stsh i pdissolved of Fall ,&: Easter Rev lution, and the life ofK'; -pL-
, aW.P.LoU No. 25 : on the Bay. THE. having been on the.1st ns-- Ali: .

E' i 217 [It. J. Easter will in future attend e Buchs's Sketches o f.the North i-.

224 Romans It. Court*'in Mobile and Pensacolaas an ricai.i Indians, with a plan.forth, %'**- '

305 350 3 50 35. 3 85Ban. Attorney and Counsellor at'at'Lawf&i1d. hon;I ion,
1.1 arpen Lot P!o. 46 Suburb. 1 75 1 75 11.' 1-2 1 92 attend to any business confided to hisFRESH 'rbeI rie, a Tale,and other Poess i-
Tbomaa Lot No.5.IPub.. square. Thomas Campbell !l
35 35, 3 1..2 38. .
JboadleyCalvin.l atpea! T0.. 69 Suburbs : 871 87 18:3.: ..4 96o Inanagement.- 1ay 20tb,1825=11'-tf.: The C rok's Oracle, containing .lleeiipti
b."jLOtNo. 66$i ..JlunkerJoD 35 3 1 2 38 be. &.c.( .
'. .Bod ., Roaa1ie,1.2 lot No. 216 Rom&na at.- 35 J 8 89 Bio raipby or the British
' & No. Cuna at, 81 14 Stagebfihe
Benetillo----1.2Lot ,106
. of the
I ; 1 15 17 14 1 92 Livejs principal
.nalt4 1 75
reFran'co.iLotNo..13lBom I3S
5: JJell
3 1-- 38 Goods.THE
,Ciulfield, James 1 Lot.N0. 201 }tomana at. 35: '
21 :.25. 1-2 ,27 Spring The istonr Matthew Wald by tbe
Correa. Muii,1.2 Lot No. una autl or of Valerius &c. w
3.171313 3 49'tolJ&ntes.Fran.
Cuti, Jose, 1. LotNo.,, 12Saragosaat. 12 1.2 2 f! received' per late Hall lam's '
Subscriber has Viewkof Europe
J v't at. 581.4 1-2 1 453.-I 14 1-2 1 60l I duriiur "e'
Lot No. 70Go.t'0 .
l and New- Mid lle'A .
,40 140. 14 1 5' >ila from New-York gel'
181 intendencia sit
C&ieIle John l' Orleans, supply of Spring.Goods,which, The Spanish Daughter, :
Alen Lot No 26 ontheBap. ...
Cummins j
with bis for.uer stock, make a The Human Heart,
1-2 Lot 'No. 325 Florida Blanca .,105 105 1014 1 ISI together .. ;
I .. complete assortment, viz : The; Highlanders, write, "
/ CkAati. Jsaa Lots No. 20 Scene P.urope Scenes in \
10 Hardware/ : Amen .
29 on the Bay. Packages ,
ThesBhnkDook ofa small
J' .. 3T) .. Knives and Forks, Living! Plays 4th, 5th, 6th,Colleger 7th,. th.i[: \' ;
I"T 181 Go'tat. II Pen and'l'ocket"Knives, .and 10th volumes, I,
;.: Iron Tuin'd Table and Tea Spoons,
I .. 1 I I Brtttania do. do. TOGETHER "1'11'Pa19"t
.. ., ." I I I \Vorks.complete. in vols.
101 Iron Nob Locks
GimbleU, ,
r .. ,
: :Ancient History, 8 vols.Pltita .
"pII'. tOtAl s 1' Stock Locks,:Chest &- Cupboard. dO .
.(...'.r ," : 1" .. 1 .. Screw Plates, Saws,Augers, Chisels, h's Lives, 8.vols.
v; -- st .. Coffee Mills Joseplius's Works, 6 vols.
,M. .. c I Files, Hammers, ,
.."':'h-"" .,"..'. 4 6 ,' :., Brass, wood and patent Cocks- Hamil :on on Purgatives,
.. \ ," .,j '' ) i Armsfongon Typhus Fever
..'" :. )1 ; I. ? and a great variety of other hardware, &.c. ,
.. :;{
.. Miner and Tally on Fevers,
L 2 planes,
.. cases carpenter's
-, i. l..n Orfila'jj Chemistry, by Coin
2 hoes
.i. .' .'. r ," I casks Carolina ,
-'' 35 Betting st.p.a I. 4 casks tin ware, assorted, Powe on Contracts, i

t '. 20 Suburbs Blacksmith's bellows, vices, anvills; Morsels New Gazetteer,
1.2 t.ot No. 243 ,Garden It. Sledge and band hammer, Walk r's Dictionary, Octavo andPockA.
g.s of220 arpens on Bayou Tenr, 1210 18 51 1-2 30 61 1-23 6 33 61 Swedes Iron, Milton Works, 2 vols. gilt,

.': to s'EstateofLotuPcane No. 1 next Th.oli. 1 40 1 40 14 1 54 Foolscap paper, :wrapping do. Thorn > oa'.. Horn*****, 1 "" .I. sT1t-
Aribert 1 Lot No 42 eding st. 52 'Z-2 52 1-2 S 1 58 Bar Lead and Gunpowder. Beauties of Shakespeare, do.
; : 70 70 7 77 Campbell's Poems, do.
.: Dev pins ill e AntOnio, Fanny 112 Lot Lot So.No.9,) ,;,Luna Sara8msa st. 52 1-2 i 52 1..2 S 1.-4 58 15 Cases Dry. Goods. viz : Hervey'sMeditations, do.

... No.191 :Romana st -1 122 1.-2 12 1 1 35 Pilgri s',Progress, do.
Dens. Maria 1.2 Lot : Heady made clothing, Works 2 vols.
Gort 221-2 _15 1 1-2 82 'ope's do.
74l I
,.. ., Da1mat1O, Margarita i checks .
":_ John Lob No. 66 Domestic ticking, Lights &.Shadows of Scottish Life,da. ..
Ja\PJ chintz
Cambric ,
67 .,uburbs. )I ALSO_ ,
., 68 1O5 1 05 1O1-. 1 15 Fine Madras handkerchiefs, The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal StsftdarL

orrille.\atilda 1, Lot No. 329 Florida Blanca 35 .1 35 3 1..2 38 Fine silk flag do. do.half do. Life of 1 Franklin,.Paul and Virginia, .
Fine cotton nose,
E.lkins, Harvey 1 app en No. .38 uburbs. < 35 35 3 1-2 38. French shawls, osnaburgs, William. Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &c:&.

Flinn, John M. 1.2 Lot No. 143 :.Intendencl& ; I WRICII. ,
1 LotNo. 1715, lit. 4 55 I 4 55 451.2 5 00 Pins, needles, thread, together: with the stock heretofore oa

]Polcb;Anne 1.2 Lot No. 94 .Cuna st. 1 05'1\ 05 10 1..2 1 15 Superb gilt buttons, &c. land!composes a very extensive and gt.
ool hats
black ,
Foster.Ivlizabeth 1 Lot No 11 Saragosa st. 2 80 2 80 28 3 08 I i 10 cases neral {assortment of books, and will ba
FironJo phinel.LltNo.150 Intendenciast. -i1 1-2 1 OS 1 921.2 19 1-4 2 12 1 do.white do. sold at the New-York prices for cash.**
do. beaver do.
J'alconel, John arpena No. 28 do. Country Merchants and public or prints
i4 : Suburbs. children's morocco Libraries
47 furnished on the most liberal
1o5 1 OS 10 1..2 1 15 trunks men's calfskin brogans,
.fi 48 term} and such books as are ordered tad
.. / ''itzsimmontybeirs of 1 do. Ladies' Morocco, do.} are n
.. < I. .I 1.s Lot No. 331 'lntendenciaI. ALSO little relay as possible. Orders from>a

* \. 1 Lot No. 3325 It. Z6 2CS 2 1..2 28 100 barrels Whiskey distance will be,as promptly attended to,

CauJ11erihs, Estate of I and meet with the same liberality a .
' ; 1.2 Lol No. 243 Garden at. 2 66. 1-2 :.1 25' 3 91 1-2 39 4 30Orand 25 barrels Flour, personal application. .

Pre Carlos de W. Hasell Hunt.
'.i 1 Lot No. 266 Gov't It. : 14 35 49 5 54 2 Sugar, ,i ,

, Graham- 'arpe11 Maxallt's Grant. 70' 70 7 77.iti 30 bags Coffee. April 12th. ,,18 $.

G01'Dan Nan y i Lot No 131 lotendenc1&It. .1 85 1 85 18 1-2 2 03 '
+ :N. H. Allen. MUSEUM.
Henrique, heirs of
1 Lot No. 23 on the Bay. 5 76 1. 50 7 26 72 1..2 1 98 April 15,1825.Spring. Of foreign Literature anti

k' ,, Jardela, Jose 1 Lot No. 26'{ Romana
0 231 S 1 16 12 2 4J 3611.2 36 3 91Los&da Science.
4 a Goods.
r Juan M. de E. LitteH; Publisher; 88, Chesnuttt. P1l4, ,

,.. -, 1 Lot No. 10 Sarago st. is composed entirely, as,its title im*

__ ;; arpenl 73 n '. STONE & NISBET, IT pyres, of selections from foreign Journas. *

}Suburban ,A few words may show that it if,
75 received per brig St. Clair from however,far from being adverse to
HAVE our
\. ,. 1 78 581 280 3381.4 333.4 3 7'JJifaubron -)'ork own institutions or literature-and that

' Lttiennr' 96 @}(packages merchandize contain on the? contrary, it may have an important t
S i LotNo. 67 Saragoaast. 87 1-2 87 1.2 8 3-4
y S3 5/ mg a handsome assortment of effect preventing the dissemination of
Moreno. john, estate of fancy and staple articles ted to the season doctrines in discordance with the pnao- -
: a i Lot No.137 Ballen at. 35 371.2 72 1.2 7 1-4 79 -
: .., 1m.l1&Antomo 1 Lot No.281 Intendencia at. 871.2 2 80 3 671-2 36 3-4 4 04 viz : pies upon: which our society is constituted.
Printed muslins various qualities, Some of the British Reviews and Mijv
fitsu. H. B. 1Lot No. 157 In\endeacia fie 3S 35 3 14 38
Pennafi 4-4 London chintz, tines are re-printed in this country: ex*
'' ,Fancy prints, chintz shawls, actly as they appear at home and the?as
1.2 Lo t N o. 9.3 (una Bt. 871-2 81 1-2 83.4 96
' 800 Casa B1anca. 8 40 Cambric handkerchiefs, well asthoue which are not pttlisIdberet !
biaunt, rpenl 8 40 84 9 24
Robe patterns do. coloured flounces embrace much matter of little interest
Neilson &Randolph
1'r 1-2 Lot No. 38 Intendencia It. 35 35 3 1-2 38 Leno,,book and jaconet muslins, and no advantage to our reader -:tad
Ordolgoitte, Vincente heirs of 9-8: and 6-4 cambrics, which is not unfrequently fitted to vitiate

,4, :. 1 Lot No 272 Intendencia st. Muslipatam handkerchiefs, their literary taste, their moral b,and that
1-2 Lot No.215 Romana st. 883 1 3S 9181.4 .913--4 10 10a White and col'd merino & cassimere, political principles. But while'caapet

; 1 Pa1ao, Severino 1 Lot No. 134lntcndencia It. 2 15 1 25 4 00 40 4 40 shawls, be denied that there is in all these forcigs
r- :li Bodark, E. A. 1 Lot No. 46 Reding st. 8712 812 8 3-4 96 Silk scarfs, do. long shawls assorted,t journals a large part which consist cf

f:" .:1... 1 Sierra, Caroline i Lot No. 157 Intendencia st. 50 50 5 S5 Coloured lace scarfs and h'kfs. details l and speculations which are BBUK
. '!\ tfiler, Solomon 1 Lot No. 39 Reding st. 25 2S 2 1.-2 27 Silk hose, white and col'd bordered teresting to American readers, or air

iSans,. Pedro, 40 feet front cravats, cbievous in their political or moral tea*
by 40 feet deep Lot No. 197 Romana st. 10 TO 1 71 Printed and white Marseilles, dency, it is equally certain that'I coast-
drams, Madam Fran'co. Blue and yellow nankeens, derable portion of their con ntsisctgt.t<

,1 Lot No. 69 Government 2 22 1.2 1 40 (;it r 3 62 1-2 36 1..4 399 Linen Drilling with col'd silk stripes, neral application and of intefestand.viWi-'
Stone, Daniel 1 Lot No. 160 Intendencia st. Imitation, do. and that they embrace much that is In s

f 1 Lot No. 98 Cunast. 81..2 '81 1-2 8 3.4 69 .Suspenders,cotton caasimeres, vry high degree interesting'and curious

,. .a Stark, Beubin Lots No. 105 l 7-S Irish Lawns, -praCtical, sound,and able-refined sod
... 1065't., 87 1-2 87 1-N 8 3.. 96 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens, in whole and elegant ; much that will excite though

i Teregrosa, M. 1 Lot No. 153 Intendencia st. 25 25 2 1-2 21 half pieces, and refine the imagination-that w u

TaU, Madame 1 Lot No. 121 Intendencia at. 46 1.2 1 15 2 21 1..2 22 2 43 5-4 Irish sheetings, linen damask, "raise the genius'an<1 mend the heatsAnd

,'' j Vilb.longaJohn $ Lot No. 324 Romana sr.VhiteEdmund 35 35 3 1..2 38 34 do. diaper linen tickings, when' we consider that the great!
,,, \ 1 Lot No. 20 Public Square. 1 75 .1 75 17 1-2 1 92 Ladies' cotton hose, assorted, I I philosophers and statesmen, u well I*

p' P ..! Wyatt William, 1 arpen, 1 12 1- 1 12 1-2 11 1.-4 124tl. White and coloured cotton h.ill'hose, poets, criticks,and all other men offitr
.'1 iomenes, estate of ; 1 61 Ribbed white, do. rature now find the periodical press to*

=,4, r 1.2 Lo No. 18 Government it. 1 73 70 2 43 24 Russia diaper, crush, !.tc. &c. channel through which their opinions ca
f+ 'A 6 cases gentlemen's & boy's beaver, be conveyed to the greatest i number cf

; BENJAMIN ;WYl\fAN castor and roram hats. men, it will appear very evident, that.-|

s Pensacola, April 30th, 1825.-8-ti. I, e f'lttl AD IN STORE knowledge' of what is thus written ana

4 ,,-- Co/lector Gentlemen's and Ladies' boots and done:abroad is/necessary to the succesJp!

shoes,assorted,' i rut cultivation of our own literature, snjf,
To Lan\\ aimants '
Brown and bleached shirtings and important to the politician, scholar SMI I
been TO the next term i sheetiugs. man of business, as well as to him wilt I
milE undersigned, having au
\ Court, I will Plaids and checks dowlas reads:only for amusement
tkorised by an act of Congress, ,approved stripes, ,
3d March 1825, to examine and : vouchers, and I I O riaburgSjblue and brown domestic To persons who 'reside at a r sbnCO''

decide on all titles and claims to land in:I the estate of good: stout for negro clothing, from the great depositories of New ou,

West Florida, not heretofore decided up Jt la. deceased. i and variety of other dry goods. and tfewJnventions, ,a work oeid edlupop

on by the late Board of Commissioners,, Carr, Sup riot'cld Madeira Wine in bottles, this plan is peculiarly important,as.

,, subject to the limitations, and in confor,. JJdtmnittrator. Madeira, Tenerifie and sweet Malaga affording to them an opportunityIng of keep':

i jnity with the provisions} of the acts of Wine in qr.casks. pace in1 some degree with the'P' ':

Congress heretofore passed on the subject the AND gress knowledge, at a very trifling a.1

notify the claimants to land, that. A good assortment of Groceries. pense''of money or time.When '

.their present session will be held at Tallahassee Coffee, April 15th, 1825. it is, added that most of the tit lj,

the Seat of Government. All I with assorted in nature 1 ofthe. day is not,easily acceS3J'l em,
t' those ,who hare heretofore filed claims. to per, Schr.. A- Territory of Florida, any other than this form to our ftmilits,;
which'have not been decided, are requested : for sale.by > County Court. it will|' readily'be acknowledged (13t *

to exhibit the testimony in sup \V Nisbet. County, of Esc mbia,J workel conducted upon the plan; of wMusr

I'ort thereof at as early a period as prac- .. October Tern, 1824. ;mmay be m a very cons1\erab .
pcablet and those who have claims to file, I motion of Adam Gordon Esquire degree interesting or'valuable. Hp\!' f

; will do so at any time before the 1st November HUNT, : ON Acting Attorney for the Territory o{ this Journal' has been successful in.e. '

r nut. ; I:7' of sale, pow. Florida, ORDERED,That a Rule ,be'en. ileavoriag to. merit these :PP"aU! onft

Sam'l R. Overton : s !tc. in the t tered against ,the, defaulting Grand andPetit must be determined by the public;.I lid

f + attend to 'any. .I Jurors, to appear at the next term ,of the-raidincc of the aubscnptioa .
.. Bejfitter committed tn this Court, and skew cause, if any they 113 themcst gratifying proof ot wcco '

R. K. Call, !I/ accuracy; and have,why they should not be fined fortheir Term| of Subscription. ,

Kay 28th,1825--8-1m. Receiver. situate n in said default; the Grand Jurort in A number is published every JDDoth
i ,. aIL thesumoffY/fcenlfe/brseach, ,pud the Six Dolls
1 application i. ;
+ price
t I and th i subscriptFon
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; who be 'Petit Juror.;in the'lum of Ten Dollar (A nun <
pe may in athance.
"Assize 0"( \yea .. 'unient' writ each., And it further Ordered, That a' .year payable' ) I
l i .tmJE price of ftour, belbg .'g6 50 per .\ copy of the above rule be published in: .comprises It w ICbe, 20'Pagts8 sent free.of vo pgstabN ererf,

t ,4.i .barrel, the rate of bread shall be R. : I the Pensacola.Gazette,put. weeks successively. subscri beriso tong.as. he continue t01'. +
n ,A true from theBecord
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