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 2, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 02707006
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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PUBLISHED FYFRTSATURDA.r, 1 I Iccied as aforesaid ; and the per- r time for the rinie offence, they dollars,nor a greater rate 'of annual 'cities of St.
W. IIASEI-L HUNT :: son having the greatest number of shall keep I a joufcial of'their I interest be Augustine ''':- |U
DY to
proceedings paid therefor cola in ,. \
passed, 182:?, Uu. jjg f
n'E F.IIITOUVl I'ROP'UKTOH, I Ii6l17 I votes shall bet and exercise thepoxvcrsand I Sc ent )}4be jez s Sc nays,. tban'six'er ceJt ; to provide for thesupport'of to the said city of band ,

';I'f" fiT th* /"......, of the United States : functions ofM.ayor fur on eny question: reblw, or ordi- the infirm diseased the '
poor is
hereby .
11iiJufiIt Territory nj u1rit(:, the ensuing year. And the said nance, at the of !
request two and insane of
any the
\ city to Sec. And
22. be it
.sr. ;Ul'rJYtHr S Ii.t : ,
hoard of ?
Aldermen (
convened as members, and their Alterations i f
Jh.1f >cir 3, lay impose taxes and provide That this act shall in b '
aforesaid, shall at, the same time shall be public. for 'the g'
2, collection thereof
Qutrlirycr: ; Provi- force for the term of ar i< f
twelve} .ami JIM half cents.Subscriptions proceed to the election of a personto ded thai
Single paper I Sec. 15.: Be it further enacted, no tax shall be. imposed and no longer.JOSEPH.
payable in advance.DTXITUUNG ,I II' be called a Senior Alderman ; That it shall be the duy of the1la'or on real property in the city at any M. ,
: \'en.'t'l'tI.cment r
TtuVintT; nut more than twelve lints,, firstjaleilttays I whereupon the said Senior Alder- to see thatthe. orjir.ancesof higher rate than three quarters of President of the H ((1

jilr.eriion olle cloHar, each subsequent in- I man shall administer to'the May the corporation be dul: execu- one per centum on the assessment SAMUEL PRY, Clerk.
or and afterwards to toe other Aldermen (Rejected by the Governor .
s':tL1 .fty c"nt ; longer onc:; in pr portlon ted, Sc shall report the negligence valuation of such property; to impose ber 1824.
\mounts duc for :Hh'crtsh: "- respectively the following and ) '
: p.L\ of fine '
misconduct appropriate
or office/ thr penal Passed the
any to by requisite the -
on demmdA.. liberal ucJuctionmade oath or affirmation I, A. B. do ties and forfeitures .
board Aldermen, who 01 satisfactory of CouncilCREEK
to thcs who advertise
by solemnly swear, that I will to the their ordinances
proof thereof leraove to restrain and J
tin Ail: year.l comnpinicntJoin\ to the Editor utmost of'my power support, advance from office the said delinquent, or punish offences committed by negroes '. .

nmtf be post paz(!, or thfy will i ht" :attended' and defend the good order, take such other measures thereupon and people of color, and to .;.- '- _2 -'--- .. ;
io ur nut, as: suits his coitvenirnee.loBua.. (pf ace, and welfare of the city of all ordinances From the : ,.
be pass
as shall just end lawfil he necessary to ..
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--- IVnsacoIa and its inhabitants, and shall have power toconvene the give effect and operation to all the We observe in a late r

la'\\\B; 01':: ? will faithfully demean myself in Board of Aldermen vjien in his opinion powers vested in the corporation ; ville paper, a letter to I
the office (of Mayor, Senior Alder- be from and '
provided, the Peggy
--- -'--' the public goo nay require that by-laws or ordinances
AJ, Act to rionrjuirate; the city of I'ensan I man, or Alderman as the case M'Intosh '
of the
may it, and he. shall lay before the the corporation shall be two (
tl aii'l i"'lwU\'e tiu* public roads in 1
> be for the said '
tin* 1It,4slJJI4GO(1; thereof. ) city according to Board from time to tine; in writing in no wise obligatory upon the-' er- tosh, to Messrs. -

]\f it fiiuctfd by the Governor she by-laws; and regulations thereof such alterations ithe\\, laws sons of non-residefits of said city, weather, United States' ;

and Lrgiitetiyf Couxiil o the 7Vr- to the brst of my skill and judgment of the corporation as hoshall deem unless incases of intentional'violations sioners ; another to the froth

rffcrjrf: / /" 9V/rti That all the. and I do also! swear (or necessary and proper. of the by-laws or ordinances : Jane Hawkins,

I'e \vhhe inbji;>': ants of that part affirm as the case may be) previously promulgated, and tosh and .wife of Samuel J
Sec. 16. B further
S ...f ., -.t ccuity ol l Escambia::; comj I that J will support the consti- That the provided further, that no law or. who was.. killed. .... ; !
I corporation aforesaid. ...... ,
tution of the United States; and alike -- :----- .I..II 1- r----.a. as- -- a -e----- as" .
: .>:i.'ulfd: .rithin. the following! 'I ()a\h s;all then be .'.lLii1tistp *haH have full |> '*er *"u authority corporation repugnant to the con- table strain, .

(..) ii'iufics, that IS to say, bomulrd cd by the :Mayor to the Senior Al to pass alF bylas and ordinances stitution or laws of the United ir.g the death of and, i

o-i the 'suwih anil-east by Uicliaboir derman.bc. ; to prevent tmsances and to States, or the laws of this Territo.-. Hawkins, representing ,
o' 1sitsac,1a oj the west remove them, and lo puss all necessary rable situation to which
I lay :Ja ;(Ju i'htco, on the north by aljth I : 9.' And be .further enacted, )las, impising, fines and ry.Sec. of M'lntosh
(or party ) reduced '
That the said Mayqrshall bt president 17. And be further enacted,
dv.vu north and! from
east for vioations of their
penalties the int
qf the board of Aldermen That all finesforfeitures penalties & praying
I ( ;liilu': ;) si/rir.g to \vicre! the said quarantine regulaions' and to cooperate I of for .
I und in case of the absence, deathor and taxes, imposed by the corpo- Government
line wil: intersect the ha\c resignation' of the said \laY'Jr rationshall be recoverable accord- Now, we do not pretend ,
:.henceih the s -icl bavou to Pen- the introduction of
: the said Senior Aldermen shall be preventing ingly to the amount thereof, be- that these letters are a :
sacula. sliall;! !IK- und :
buyt they are contagious disoiuVrs within the
president of said H-oard:, and the fore a justice cf the peace, or any cation, though they j
livirby constituted; a hoc politicK cit whlches
y to establish! night evidence
; of record for the of the presumptive face j
acting president of the Board of ;court use
corporate, by the name and! or patroles and irect lamps, to "
them,that they were written -
and it'lhe
Aldermen shall have and exerciseall city, or
person persons;
of the of IVnsacola and
.sivle city ,
.the anchorageand
regulate ,
the powers and perform all by whom the same shall be due by the persons
)by their corporate name may sue i : of(5sels providefor
mooring are attached to them, were
the duties of ol'said and shall be non-residents
Mayor unpaid,
and! us suid: mislead.and} !b.' imiiieadod. and auc-
Sec. 10. And belt furthtr enacted licensing of ihe city, or shall have absconded got up, like the address c
urant, f' ceive, and cio t tions, retailers ofliquois, billiard .
J That: the Mayor or person exercising therefrom, the corporation shall Kremer to his: by
: ail other acts as natural persons,
table keepers, hatkney interested '
the cf carnages have the attach- partisans, to
powers Mayor of said same remedy by
ar.'l hold real
may purchase aid to restrain ,
a carts drays their
; .
waggons own
mixed city, shajl within he limits ot said ment for the recovery thereof,' as purposes j
personal properly andto
or prohibit gambling, law' in of absent We are willing to beat j
orhf' Sl1n'l.it the bentikof city have: and exercise all the is by provided cases
)r provide for licensing, regula- of affected ,
and I
powers, and shall be entitled orabsconding debtors.
said and have and
.. the city may ting or restraining theatrical or overweening humanity we
use a city seal, which may be broke all the fees and emoluments of a other public amuicments within Sec. 18. Be it further enacted, i'Y" the S

akt'red! at pleatun- justice of the peace for this Territory That the corporation Shall have enter our protest ,,
n or the and establish .
city ; to regul&.t' late treaty with the .;
and this shall be his only full and authority to ,keepin
Sec. Aid iljurlhrr enacted power P
S. markets, to license and regulatethe for we are ,& by
compensation for services rendered repair.all public roads, leadingto '
of ihe I
That the
jpvernMient cityihall \ Dilolajft ofth rhnr. tn P- justice and our own '
caicl uflice of the for the of
in Mayor provided city extent
: bevstcd in a, Mayor and in rct and repair bridges, workhouses : We do not the '
that the said Board of Aldermen lay every
miles therefrom, and within the
: a b.iard of Aldermen to be elected houses correction, and II chat of the United \
shall allowto ge *
have to
distance establish and
power same to regulate -
: in the manner, by he persons, and! ; other public buildings.; to keep in I missioners-we: would ,
the sid Mayor, or person officiating i ferries, and may levy a tax
, at the linn l hereinafter directed. ; repair all necessary streets, drains believe that they are
aa such, a sum not exceeding fur these in such
r Sec. 3. And be further enacted, I and sewers, and to pass regulations I purposes men, and superior to the
t one hundred and fifiy; dollars, and under such regulations as they
That all frte while male inhabi- necessary for the preservation of i of dishonesty and in ,
for his rent and .
office} stationary.Sec. conceive least burthensome
, tauts of the ag of twenty owcurs ,the same ; to provide for the safe may them the meed :
11.I ..;1r.cl be further enacted, to the citizens and best>> calculatedfor giving ;
_ \ and upwards, who shall keeping of the standard of weightsand i and good faith, we"are !I
That of all
the and welfare of
appointment city i the general good :
.. six whole months in I
lxe: resided measures, fixed by Congress, that \
to' they
office shall be made the say i r
s by Mayor : the citv.
:' lm city, next preceding the day of and Aldermen! and to regulate! burying grounds, to and imposed upon in '. :: ,
jointly two
; election, and who shall be liable to of their whole, number !I provide for the licensing-and regulating -I Sec. 19. Be further enacted, We have published an from 't. I

1 b? t&Xt'd by the corporation, shall thirds the 0 sweeping of chiimiiea That the said commissioners previously a' South-Carolina :
'shall he to choice. :t
S. he qualified to vote at the election necessary; a and f fixing the rates thereof, to establish to receiving any votes gives a faithful r of : I

i of Aldermen of.said city ; that the Sec. 12. .And be further enacted, and'regulate fire wards and' !shall generally take, an oath\ or af of this transaction .add the !
. firs election halt be held the That the Board Health for said fire and 'iirmatiCJo'erore some qualified : t !1.
rn companies, to regulate establish person reader win fitit' \Vort n [
of I f
: first Monday of October next, and city shall be composed a number the size: of brick\ that are to administer the same, that ;:Hon S ,1

3 every succeeding\ C'lection shall beheld cf members not exceeding, to be made and used in this city, they win'without.., fear ,or favor Frtpi tite S. C. .

I on me! first: Monday cf April v> ho shall be ,appointed by the to sink wells and to erect 'and re faithfully and impartially'conduct' .MESSRS. EpTTORs-. f: : .m'

1- in-cvety year thereafter by three ; layorand Aldermen as other city pair pumps in: the streets, to con-, ; said ele tion. The polls shall be I.see.anacdftntia: th rs of Ji
: cummi&/umrrs: to be appointed by officers tare appointed, and,the trol and regulate the use of the kept open from eight o'clock ,in the murder;; of General t)

i. the hoard Aldermen least ten said BoariJ of .lieajlh, appointedas springa in the cit! establbh the morning till s'iven.in. the evening one oflhe principal-chi theCreek I

:- days btfol'C. the' day of.each. cec-' aforesaid l, sl\al have power to arid regulate the inspection of tobacco and no'longer for the ..recep Indians.by ab warrior ,

e, thm._ S choose a pp'Piflt from their own ', cotton,: salted provisions, lion of ,ballots: -pii the, closing of I *.oF'his own nation.: l1. 3 f f

: Sec. 4. .,1udI' further enacted, body, and jo appoint all its necessary (and other articles, the guaging of the polls, the commissioners shall fabts.rejaiing' to' :,

\d That all free white male citizens officers. ; that ih.o sd Board casks and liquors the storage ol close and seal" their ballot: boxes, shall the known: to J'

c c.f'lhc Uinii'd S o'tc" of twenty five pf Health shall luve I thq-power to gunpowder, und all naval and military and meet.'on the day l llowi'ng'in States, I th\nk'they\ .will opinr f I Iiontliat.M1nt'oh

A!! 3ttss or upvvauls, who s.han l Ix" : enforce, aui l carry i.uto effect! all stores,'ho: tHe property of the the presence' of the boanfof Aldermen : vra' mui. .tt '
: :
: litius/keepers, and whi- shan have laws of the !vgiiiive) Council United States, to regufale' the when.-the'seals'sliall' ) be. braked" dered ; battier- ; I Iras "
at in the .and of the.said Uoa d of Alder- and" of bread to''I and the votes counted, and the "I'
"II rtjidvd cne year city next, weight quality been :duly f tfu/crf, to

:c. pivctdhjg-: ) day of f !ctiGn shall, .nwo, regulating\ U? quarantine: tax and license hawkers and 'pedI Mayor shall give notice ,to the persons : the known laws 'and, the ;
he Y'( elsa4ul.foe| ?: thfl preservation of'I lers restrain( having the greatest number' \ \
we eligible t116 office of AId'rna'n. or prohibittip- nation ,,to which he f ;
a}' prov-fitd! tha; nothing in this i E i the haltQfa)4.city.: ling houses dnd lotteries, &? preserve of'votes of their being''duly elected, From thi time'WWashington '.11
o Sec. ,13. And,be further enacted harbor 'and shall cause public notice '
4. *ct conta "t'd shr.ii" be construed, I the navigation of the. !to t the t
] e'p .
na to deprive their rights c!,U privileges That the said board of Aldermen, and bay adjoining, the 'city, to" erect .'thereof to: be inserted in some :g6vnicnt of the'' t1n !stiaiebeen

55-- such persons as were' in- 'i shall 1 have powertoappoint commissioner : 0t repair, find regulate; public newspaper pub1ish'einthe' city,
n Irit: >it1untsof this Territory at the .t to Delect a 'quarantine-: Wharvesand tp deeper docks', 'and''' op if there be no- newspaper' then oti'the Indian tribes,"tb\ s I
for the harbor-'and hay'-of basins for thee in1 the manner which may be de- Ijei-!
lime of the change! of government.Sec. ground lo provde 'tabljshrneut efirs!that would* ari' Set- r.'tIec
5. And be itfurthtr enacted, Pensacola, and to pass,all necessary and superintendsnce: of pub terininecPbn by the Mayor.Sec. } i instead of a 5'S Urci; .t. .

co That the whole number of Aldermen laws to prevent the introduction, lic schoc!', to regulate and licence 20' Be it further cncicicd', and'.fronran;'interition ti ) e -

))kS elected shall he'nine, and that 'of contagious-diseases' into said! ordinary 'keepers, retailers, and That in case no election shall" be prtf'rtbrty': ', t !e"arta of : hur)., :

tC\ the said electionofAldetmen shall ciy, provided, that-no law shallhe ,ferries, to provide for the Appointment holden from unavoidable "causes' at and 16i' iiablts OL t'J...... "Ii' .' eaYa r ii': I.I

t ; ttr made hy ballot, uid shall be passed, whereby vesstlfrcoming ofall'suqh others as ma'* ,the time pointed out by this act. ; tef'f earpa r t '. & Udn" :

irn. fctjd at such place within.ihe city i I to the port of.PensacoIaafter the be necessary to execute the law the charter of the corporation'shall !tRej lJtb. (, e s'. l ) )-::- t j

a- as the said commissions shall:ap 25ih' day of; October1 in each andevery1 or the corporation and t..o' affix not on that account' be forfeited, aefltofl' the '- of !:
part '
point.. year shall 'subjected to their compensation ; Provided, but it shall& the d\uy'of the Mayor have 'appointed t a" moog1hern1 J

tr Sec. 6. Attd be it further enacted, quarantine.Sec. that no law or ordinance shall be to name anotherday far holding :( 'and to furthbr '

,eifl, 'T'ies I hat the board of Aldermen shall' 14.'Be'ft further enacted, :passed: granting a.salary, jier'diem the,election as'near as conve :ble-, and' b'eneVolenT"'' The '

\t b;,re power to fill vacancies in their i if "hat'two thirds of the members of allowance, or fe.es to the raembers: nient to the one pointed out by :Creek ,Indians' Have' made

th own body, by causing elections.toade I the board of Aldermen shall be a ofthc Board Aldermen ; to open I this act, and which said decilon'shall .' fully'sensible ortli '- of ,

lbi C be 1 > in the manner herein! di- quorum to do' bus'n ss,but a smaller extend, alter, regulate, and; pave' ,beas! valid 'and' legal,' as if civilization;, and proY-

tfttcd, ut of the citizens qualified number may adjourn from dayto I the streets within the limits of the the al'Qe-.h ,d been held at the proper ing very:* fasts ,'In rmity :

on"efl to fill the said office. day they) may compel the attendance said'city, and to) remove all old and time. 'to the views 'of *

&I Sec. 7. And belt further enacted: of absent members in ,decayed buildings qr ruins therein Sec. 21. Be 'iI, further enacted incorporate Having sO'rct! ntli' to:(He

list Thtt the Mayor and Aldermen such: manner and under such penalties ; Provided, the) make to the That the act entitled' "an act to United S t sO1r of

.Ie shall in all cases continue, to exer as they may by ordinance person or persons: who may be injured the city' of. Pensacolaand road Iinthe their inheritance,:: g' the I Il

!se their respective functions providethey shall. settle their by such extention: for'alicration ill prove .the public l : tOrtton of''their- -anU- 2
10th of their ,of'the streets by the removal neighborhood approved without'' '
Qtil their' succcaHora' "be elected rules proceedings, appoint ; or tb'atf <' S
.Lri nbcr a fcnd qualified[ to berve, own officers, regulate their respective pf sucp buildings or"ruins, just August' 23d 18'1.2 ;.an act t tion.1 .buf*'guaranty'i'r : uiet I Ienjoyuient
Sec 8. And be further enacted, fees, and remove them at plea and adequate .compensation out ,entitled an_ act_ to "providegain diseases 0[' the ;r tlte I ICreekntiO

fert That the board of Aldermen shall, sure; they shall judge of,the election of the funds of the corporation to I the introduction' contagious *'waa': ()p .
the estabUibnientof
) pi Win five day* & ler their election, '. returns and qualifications. of' be ascertained. by the verdict ol and for he.alitj.lntl\e cities: -of jiand verf id! tlO'

, and: Contene at such place asihe, Mayappoihvr l their own' mjembrs, audmay: ,with an impartial: jury; to be summoned :,: of tin hten'to any' dp 6sals *

don Or may and toe the concurrence' c-f three fourths of for that purpose ; to ..borrow Pensacola.and'. S'tV Aigu ., \ 'withc .moef 'h'ii. j '.
tb ? proceed / for the 'oftb citypro'. 'Approved September 1;>> 3d.l822, and ''Ua6i be'irf : .
at' .
eleLXton by ballot of the May- the; whole eipelajiyrmember; money for: use ? "' --1b \ : .. ;
cf 'mal-con- vided .the' sum tiorrowed ball nqi i so much faQ,act. entitled "arr>.act \ft. ti rib 1 lr.p
mceJ said behaviqur or 'i r
: city who shall be disorderly 1 i- ,.,
select-) { ,
.urn among the Aldermen eL i'duct, iii officei but not. a( second jnanytyeai i :5exd1\. -.QHc t1i8! -sao l, ,to cstablistvboarxls J ofteaUhiutbe. '.,; ..u--",01 oJ4.>>... .. S '"


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::1 .c to assume who was prevented by -
t the.bcnus has the State ofGeorj inanpo&i.tion .

.,.4 : improvement in the arts of peace benevolent design, we destroy in a 1 New Jersey dollars.-dem hat recevcd June **. a jurisdiction in an ,affair entirely from giving the, usual :public

and the habits of rural life, and the 11 I moment our twenty years' labor, <<)f Caukn.-TheN\w lOOJOOO \ York Evening without their: province and cognizance audience, and' at the same timo

exieniion of their race bred up in we convert agriculturalists infosaagel 'thAt)an ingenious ,; and foijIii' isj| if the Indians was _desirous_' .. not tQ' Mk.efer this im.
friends into enemies and i i Post says, ]atilLhey are a- t' ft, recrW irniLba ,,,
those habits. They are a people I : lately been are acco. pj; '
mode of swindling [ of an h? ;
of deliberate cold 1 ernm& e } ?Uri!
at this time alive to the improvefs :set; an example in makfrig seven bank lone amcllafllr' L It" .
land cultivation blooded injustice, that is sufficientto I discovered, United 's
fs of their by ; authors of of the
I kindhearted bills oit of six. 7he sador-, liveret, .
and they great attention to the make an honest and a in hO'll1ba P rR' ...? ..
pay tie notes two
increase of their flocks and herds. man shudder on contemplating the invention cut nnd unite each A laudable attempt is makingin priate speechJiiD
;. The habits of savages and hunters its origin, it's' prbgress, in different places pastbg it on part of North-Carolina, to suppress j President made* suitable reply.
and its This treaty bill againby which has I A letter from Guayaquil of i
are fast wearing away among consequences. 'takrnfron the Bible. At the immoral practice '
I: them. With theke acquired notions ,may be very advantageous for a lear ill I that hafe yet been seen I hitherto prevailed in some partsof late date, mentions the sailing! Op

sedulously promoted by our Georgia.; But reflecting men will least, in this\\'ay.! Uy this that state, of Candidates for political the Chilian squadron for Chiloe,

** they have become not fail to enquire, can we, as are done that preferment treating the having received notice that there
owngovernment> it will bi. perceived
members of an honest and fair process, the canvass, with were several Spanish vessels lying
sensible of the value property : during
, t the bills$ so cut]) will be shorter people
L disincline to with anymore dealing government, justify these liquors.-Charleston in that port._!_ ... .
they part the iVon....... ikf.... hills nit so defaced.- spirituous .no
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The Chili
of their lands, meaning hereafter things} ? Does ittomport of' the notes will be deficientin Courier. squadron} their
to occupy them as cultivators I honorable. character of th: American diflercntparis of the body, and The Savannah Republican, of passage down from Valparaiso,

of the soil instead of wan governmentwhose; motto IS, cut off from the 8th inst. says, At a meetingof fell in with the Spanish squadron,
will| bjve a piece
.them hunters. And ; equal and exact justice to all two but parted without coming
4 ; dering over- ai 'f each which to the Board of Health this day, to an,
them for this de : men," to become participators of the ends go "
F who can blame other five notes. A not a single case of fever was reported engagement.
-i termination ? Can we, the peopleof this manifest fraud, and take advantage make do up la.'note of this descriptionwas by either of the ward com Some unfortunate misunderstanding

the United States, who have en- of a treaty so obtained ? ten effo'ed to one of the banks on mittees. Our City, so far, has having taken place be-

..' / cour&ged and advised them to it ? j,I Did not M'Intosh, belying his horning and they refusedit ne'ver enjoyed better health-the tween the Government and the
Friday ,
,' .i The Creek nation was originally character of national representative antJsuch hat been the delermi- greatest blessing Providence can Vice Admiral of ihe United Squ.

" r.--; formed of three or four tribes of his own people, and abus- nationofali; the banks in New- possibly bestow on us." Duringthe dron, it was decreed by a Council

fr '* '. fortuitously thrown together ; but ing the confidence reposed in where their notes have been week preceding the above of \Var, held on the 7th ult. that

fc 1..*: they have f,>r some centuries com him' act, not as agent of the Creek York thus dealt, ivith- Idem, date, no death occurred in that ci- the I latter should present Uimself

b; .. S jmcil one political body, governed nation, but as agent of the whites Drbdful Hail Storm.-The E- '! t).-Idem. !before his Excellency the Liberator

! .;. by the same laws and usages. He might (by bare possibility) lizabtth City, N Carolina Star, of Mvrt Speculation !-A v.express ,as the Supreme Authority of

,'. .;.: .The population of the Creeks, is have meant well ; but did he act Saiuiday lastS that a sectionof is said to have arrived yesterday Peru, to render an accpunt of bit
: contained in about 36 towns or representative well ? Did he not know that his conduct, and he has accordingly
, .. thai country, on the N. E. side from the North, announcing a-
:, : districts. Each of doings were not sanctioned by his of Little Riwr, in extent about nothtr rise of Cotton in the Liver- set out for this purpose, by way or

.4, ". these is governed at home, and is nation, but were in manifest hostility miles in market.Upland is said to Cuenca. The Naval Command
half mile im\ 8 or ten pool
: # represented in their national councils to their wishes, and in open a has been given in the mean timeto
by the most alarming have arrived at as high a price .as
assemblies Chief derogation of their rights ? He lengtl, wasrisited
and tby a John
is re- Captain lllingworth, of
,,. hai and rain storm ever 2s.thi however, merely
known to and acknowleged in that knew uf the law previously and the Protector frigate, which
experjencec in this I country.Much'injuf .- port-as such we give it. ship,
1. capacity by the whole nation.- regularly passed by his own people was done to the Savannah Georgian.A (when called the Prucha and commanded
To render valid national act with their usual forms ; was he bra
any was experiencedon by Spaniards,) ;off,
: and cot.tonhe severe gale
of wheat: torn
I .#. "' or to pass away any part of the he not, therefore duly tried, convicted stock muc// bruised and the poultry the cuast of Georgia on the 2d when command of the merchant
" national territory, a majority of is and punished, for an offence ; t other damage i inst. which the Savannah ship Rosa, of inferior force, off the
killtdiesidesmuch paperssay
.. these confederated districts must against a known law, and a deli- -
of Choco.
S. ., ._. ... : done\ broken windows>>, &c.iiie did considerable injury'to the coast
.. ._. Kr. m f\t j n""" [.I. "II h.'ratr fraud on |iU nation ? Although from Lima
by whom the deed of transfer must Cne punishment was reluctantly t of the informants statrJ that n-ops. Th tale also extended along Accounts state, that

. :'! be duly signed. This is the tJ J inflicted; and therefore the htil, viu/e it drifted along l the coast of Florida, and we the troops of the Liberating Army-

known and long practised law of somewhat delayed, itVaS nevertheless the fence, was learly half leg deep, I leatn by the Emigrant, arrived have already taken possession of

;: this nation Indians ; and General it is to be presumed, thr and tlJ4t someofthe stones were here last week from Key West, the provinces of Peru, which, by
I min'sfist. Idem. that it was seierrly felt off the virtue of the capitulation, submit...
1 M'lntosh wcll knew it. result of a meeting convened to as large us a -

', : V* M'Intoshnearly a white man deliberate:: on his case, and in conformity />on the Jllany'Daily Advertiser. Tortugas, and several wrecks had ted to the Independent Govern
.. Cutting of lye.-This object is been Mobile Com. ment.
: with o/ reported.- Reg.
himself, and rather an agent of the a previous act
: ',: ( white people, whose manners be the nation, well known to him, of sudh imporance that I cannot A resolution has passed the Legislature The Chilian frigate Pacifico has
and which he bound conscientious. !;omit my endeavors of Georgia instructing brought to Lima three Peruvian
., : affected, than an Indian in his propensities by was j
undertook to obtain the The manner of punishing is no to preps it on the minds of the the Treasurer to receive Bills of Officers, who were prisoners in

*t cession of the lands from ; thatdcpends on the custom c on)inuiIily.: the Bank ofDarienand make disbursements Upper Peru, but who were set at

,.. Creeks to the United States in theo f .the country. The Indians cm- Rye, ought U be cut as soon as in the same. It is said liberty by Olaneta.

c.', vor of Georgia. But the Creeks: ploy the riflf and the tomahawk ; possible after tie milk is out of the Steam Boat company has paida In con t'quence of the establish,
me beiry or lertiel : then rake of the inenl Briihh Packets to Colcn
:: had already passed a law according we use-the gibbet. M'Intosh knew debt 60,000 dollars to

..b; to their form, making death the treaty of the 12th February, bind in small slcaves and shock in State in Darien Bills, and surrendered -' bia, a packet has been appointedby

:; for any Chief to propose an 1825 was fraudulent and inva- the 1'011.\\ inr; manner : set up their charter.-Idem. the Colombian Government to.

.... alienation of any more of their l lid. four five, or si; sheaves together, : The ratifications of'a General sail regularly between Carthagcni

.' ". national lands, as being inconsist- In a former treaty, after the war according to thrir bulk >,> then place Convention of Peace, AmityNavi- and Chagres, the effect of Whittl-
,:' ant with their views of agricultural which was terminated by General on a capsheaf. gation, and Commerce,_ betweenthe will be to open a communication

,;. settlement, and destructive to J Jackson' M'Intosh had procured a In this position, the shocks may United States of America and between'Panama and .Carthagena,

the interest of their posterity. reservation in his own favor of a stand till perfectly dry ; then secure the Republic Colombia, concluded which will seldom occupy more

; Accordingly, when M'Intosh proposed tract of land of a mile ,or a'mile k them in a barrack or barn, and signed at Bogota on the than ten days. Panama, as is well

,: this interchange, which was a half square, in consideration of hut never mow them on hay.Gratnlmowed .- 3d day of October last, by Mr known, is the route by which intelligence

.", to drive a whole nition of men, services rendered during the war. ; on hay will receive RICHARD C. ANDE1tSON/ Minister from Peru is general/)

., ". women and children, from the This| reservation he afterwards exchanged more qr less must-this must is Plenipotentiary of the United' most quickly obtained.
: land and the habitation of their for a mineral spring. J deleterious to animals of every States in that capital, and Don from Jamaica fajicrs*-The

:.. forefathers, and leave the homes will not enter into a suggestion of kind. PEDHO GAUL, Secretary of State Colombian schr. Zulmi, cruisingoff

. : 1 k of their immediate ancestors to be the very probable motives That induced Rye cut and secured in this for Foreign affairs, were exchanged St. Domingo, was spokrn en

ploughed up by strangers, not him to make this exchange. I manner, is worth nearly double; the in this City, on the 28th instant, Wednesday, by the brig James

" ;4 more than four or five out of the But he took good care to have the price of that cut in the c.-.nmon by Mr. DANIEL BRENT, Chief Clerk Monroe.

..siJlafcRt thirty-six districts were represented deed conveying this mineral way ; the straw will make better of the Department of State, on the Kingston, jifiril 23.-The Spanish
: fodder' than clover, unless the clover of ihe: United States and Don frigte Arethusa, Carle!
at the proposed treaty, the spring, ratified in due form and part Capt. *
.. other Chiefs refusing to attend. order, by the requisite number of be 'cut when very green, and JOSE MARIA SALAZAR, Envoy Extraordinary Domingo, touciudat St. Jago de

The treaty so entered into (which Representative Chiefs. So I am peculiarly attended in curing ; the and Minister Plempo- Cuba a few days ago; with a Ca-

;;. was on the 12lh of February,, 1825) I It I told, and I believe, truly. He did berry of rye will ,fill to a plump lentiary, on the part of his lombian brig of war, El Tonante,

. instead of being signed by a mcjo"Ie not guard his own interest so state, and the fluurvit_ afford as GOVtrumrnt.-.Nat.lnt. which, she captured off St. Dom

1Ij ; rity of the Chiefs of the six and loosely and carelessly as the na good bread: as we commonly obtain -. go. The frigate left her prize at

, ..;;, thirty towns of the Creek Nation, ti i'5. I have heard, and believe, from wheat.I FOREIGN. St. Jaj.ro, and proceeded for the
: II was signed .by MIntosh and Eto- that soon after acquiring this hare known Cumbers of persons a'ana.Vhrn off Cape Cruz,she

:.-, ';,, me Tuatunnvggee, the old Coiyeta spring, he sold it to the State of who vie deceived, when eat- from the National Intelligencer. also captured another Colombian

: Chief and by them alone. These Georgia for 820,000. Of course, ing rye bread made with flour Latest from Peru.-Guayaquil : brig of war and took her with her.

::: were the only persons, entitled to this bargain and sale was previousto from rye thus managed, and declared papers to the 19th of March and : The Aretiiusa was from Ferrol,
: .::, i 1' be considered as Chiefs or representatives ( the negotiation of the last treaty they would eat wheat breadin Lima to the 10th, have been received -I last from Porto Rico. t.

I I .., of the Creek Nation ; complained of. As to the spring, future, when at the same time in New York. By them it From the Philadelphia Freeman's Journal

t the other signers were not -representative its value is imaginary ; it might they were eating rye. appears, says the Commercial Advertiser Extract of a'Better,to a Commercial Haute

Chiefs:, but men of straw, be worth Those who are unwilling to receive that Olaneta and a in this city, dated Staffordshire, England -
I twenty cents and it bodyof
L I April 23, 1825, received tl!e
created the knowledge from per
on spot by M'lnlosh might be worth Royalists still hold out in
S20,000, or Upper Louisa Matilda
for the of any books,:need not at this information ,.at New-York.
expl-es purpose effect- spurn Peru,
I larger sum. lIe certainly has notwithstanding the reports "I oran
I you some days past
..egularly' frtudvh'll ; was taught this method
__ by shewn that he well knew how to of of his having agreed to the intended meeting oldie manufacturers
the Creeks were determined curing rye and practised it
never take at capitulation. The
care of his own interest, what- Peruvian Congress i of Earthen ware and Chi
lo consent tl,) formally, and accord3" e'c.became of the the agetof eighteen, am now 69, opened their session '
nation's the
and on Since has
na. then the
ing to their own laws and ; and a half, and have always found meeting
usages. if he JOt .
has and
proved himself friendto February, the Supreme taken their
no it place, and business iu
Nor have they done if: profitable and advantageous.
of Justice
. Creeks to whom he belong Court was installed on line is at a complete stand.
Under this fraudulent and ed O SER V.lH.;: the .
pre he certainly has been: an enemy Westerlo 8th. Bolivar has again been AlIthe workmen have turnedout
.:. tended conveyance, '* whole nation toQeorgia.Under May 5, 1825.. invested with the powers of a Dictator -! for
The higher : may
''Governor of wages you
'V are to be forcibly Georgia, in
dispossessed until
: '
meeting the next the idlc
these circumstances the ninde see potteries, filled with ,
of their property ;_of the.. lands2J9' which pl -of his power and. Congress, which is fixed for de
come from that wisdom lias' strolling poor people ; rhcy are
authority ,
inherit. convened
they from their ancestors ; an extra time ,in the 1826..
of land inclines me to give them full credit session juf the Legislatul, year Congress termined not to come to the ,old
the ,1or
they looked to as the the have voted him
one million of dollars
would it not be well for the price ; clso, all the colliers hive
future inheritance purpose surveying the lands
j14 .children acquired -
no which be twice refused. lIe .
+ii longer; bred up in savage 4. habits, Legislature of Georgia to' suspend by ,jhe late mock and ignominious was then urged to and dis- turned out .for higher wages ; the
accept manufacturer
the coahat
: but gradually I looking} forward to actual mission Surveys trraty. An impression' of it,in acts of beneficence.- cannot buy
: j the sVujied life 'of agriculture. into :the Creek nation, to run out had before gone abroad, that th* From pose a letter addressed the present asking price, and many .-
,the ? ceded by him to oi their fired.
lands half
DriT&h into until the next Governor had ovens remain
again a savage life, a- previously: manifest Congress the
of on 12th ,of February The lord of
Congress ? Ifa d strong indicitions'of of this part
it on representation -
jnonj savages new and distant mental i in which he of the
_Ja .and. forced Jnto of these facts, well derangement accepts the country has demanded from
almost( ,ins supporfjpd ; whatever ,
torship he
again "
says, that the Lord ot
made be the fact two regiments
.cvitablc l to ,
:hostility with the tribes our we are inclined to think interests of the. State
government, does not the honor that the will call him soldiers until things are finally
they are compelled to intrude .on. the impression will not be to Upper Peru and :
American nation require that weakened he'shall settled here. I find it difficult to
:This is to be done, after these by his conduct on the
j; poor wretches have for'a seriest they.shall deliberately considered present <>cc iion. The Legislature delegate-a part of the supreme purchase goods at any thing near

t >f years ,been advised, pressed, before this treaty, so dubious has been convened to deliberateand power .to. v council of government'under the old prices. My opinion is,if
in its validity, and so cruel in Lamar as Presi the workmen hold goods
its out
act can ,
1 tempted, exhorted, encouraged, on matters that cannot be dent." Gen.
T and by all manner of means induced operation, shall be finally actedon transacted with propriety till Sept. and defeated Sanchez had routed must advance 20 percent: in fact,

!$ 4 and pursuaded by our own I 1826. puring the intervening their body of 800 troopson they: must advance, as all the ,raw .
way join Olaneta.
!i;* government, to quit the hunter- time, the Creeks were permitted column of troops who made A materials have risen considera-

,: Jife, and to embrace the fixed and DOMESTIC. by the treaty to remain in the un from Callao had a sortie bly.v
3 been
; i : ___ disturbed driven From the
agricalfural habiu.: These possession of the terri EaUiinore Federal Gazette.
back after
t their wives and infants,people are i, Wednesday;| I the tory. I$ is really farcical to behold More, than 5000 suffering bbls.a of loss of 200. The'Spanish authorities 'in, the

::. thus to be driven subscrip the Legislature of flour were West Indies, are at last proceeding
away, against tion books of the Dry Dock Company Georgiaconstituting in Lima, and no sales. The
their manifest and rightful claims itself a judicial tribunal crops with considerable, energy
New in Chili
:at York, were closed in have been
against their interest setting. in judgment very abundant. suppression of Piracy, and jt
against their ten minutes after they were upon Extracts from '
;i intentions and inclination) and to ed ; and nearly three times open the late transaction of the Creeks Bogota BogotaPafiers.. appears, conformation communicated -
the March
amoun't in -Executive. to the Editor of the Norfolk
r the utter destruction the of
; of all tnose of the putting' M'Intosh to.death. On
capital, which is i 26th !lt. at eleven in the Beacon of Porto -
For that in the Island -
improved views'. :: of future Jiving S 700,000 ourselves, we are free to think ,
was offered in morning the
I ; which they have adopted in obedi-I time.rAaInt.. 30th that I that his :death was merited ar.d Secretary of State for Rico, eleven desperadoes hatc
Foreign Affairs
to the advice of May. just and that presented at a recently paid the forfeiture of their
! ence ,their as, a traitor to the
4 grckt Delaware and Raritan Canal. private audience, his Excellency crimes. This number added to
father of ,
Washington. Having,thus, nation, he deserved Dr.
Accounts from New : Brunswick bis Pedro Rlolina, Minister Plenipotentiary those execute?) few weeks before
pursaaded Ihera.for. 2Q.years, ; fate. But even'admitting that ;1_ '
past, state that thirteen millions of and Envoy Extraordinary makes the ,thirty
. dollars
to commence a gradual change in it were. 'otherwise, and that his I whole amount tp
*'their modci'and, habitsof living were subscribed to this Canal death waaan outrageous assassination I from the United Provinces oftbe" i six, nearly all of whom were directly ,
before the books ,I, Centre'ofAmenica Go. in pi*
closed to i
vrehfrYC on the or indirectly engaged
succeeded a Georgians
"lusal in
thIs the please,to ,
25th YernmeuHis
a The Treasurer of r term it ; !what right or authority Excellency the rating on American Commerce.
Vice President of the Republic, ., Havana, pirate was lately tried

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nd sentenced tu be hunff, and it is \Ve phall sincerely rejoJce,if the exertions I P.a.ttTn\"II.Ulune 6. ARRIVED FROM THIS POST. OftDfAWeZ DxuvtMXsr, .
immediately af- : which are at present making by Ie Tell it rut in" Raleigh, .e Jar/mlJlih it
Presented that
At .Ncw-YorkJune Pa- MuMnrton, 4th June, 1825. .-
in different sections of our in the streets 6f "IHlmington / S.-Brig
On Mon
merchantst ; the people I ?
two be receiv 1
lr conviction, PUOPOSAL&jrill
< his their :. State, toput; down the disgraceful practice day afternoon, lost in pursuance: of notice lafox, Fitts.CLEARED SEALED until the 31st ,

Matanzas shut up stores"nnd which prevailed for some years j given by thej Magistrate of Police, an attempt FOR JPPALACTHICOLA. diy of July next Department, for famishing. the :.,[
dfcamped.mm Candidates for seats in our ) was made to hold a Town Meeting At Charleston June *
past amongst! }2.-Schr.Enterpme following'Cannon Balls,'viz, Seven ,thou- jt
f A* **w-r"'k Jfn'fiMfo Advertiser 1 legislature: and in Congress, of treating I for the purpose of making arrangements Brickhouse.. sand five hundred 24 pounder CannonBalls
'Julie 9. Grounds and other public for the celebration of the '
I at Muster phCC5. approaching to be delivered at Fort Delaware, <
\ Latt8tfrnm Franc-The pack- >. previous to Klectionst. In addition i ito Anniversary ;of American Independence ; SaERI "F'S SALE. near Newcastle, Delaware.Six jf

, "t, Ufsdernvna, Capt. Naghel, the resentmrnt which appeared in : BVTIT FAILLD ; a sufficient number of citizens $
etabiP from Havre our last Ile ister from the Grand Jury of not appearing, to justify the adoption >>- Superior Court, llrct Florida. thousand 24 pounder Cannon -
arrived last niRht I of Sarah Balls, to be delivered at New Orl'tans.The .
of Franklin any measures. Boon, Admt'Xvs.
the Sup rior Court County, }
having sailed thence on the 2d ultimo we find Z4 meeting of the citizens of 6- We hope the next call will be made at .fie fa. Balls are to be cast in iron moulds, I

range has lately been held for the tur- a late hour, when neither business nor the Nathan Shackleford.J and to be delivered on or before the first I

The Cotton market continuedas puce discountenancing, ,and suppressing: ): I scorching rays of the sun ctn interfere B y virtue of this execution, I shall pro- day October', 1826. They will be inspected '

last advices. Letters of this dempndizinj custom. Guilford, and .I with the object ; for that the a.v'Till be ceed to sell at Public Auction for at the;; manufactories,and at the I

per some other counties, we learn have also ce1ebl ted here we will not suffer our- cash, on Tuesday the first day of Novem- expenseofthe United States but they are I
stock hand
tbc50th, state the on taken the subject. There can be but seU es to doubt for a moment Observer. ber next, at 12 o'clock, at the Court to be delivered; at the places mentioned >

at 17300 bales.-Prices, Uplands one sentiment up; amongst the people of this I I II House in Pensacola, the following real at the cost and'|I'risk of the contractors.The .

.3 to 45s. Louisiana 47 to 50 ; five country; flf the practice which we ,: From the Natonull1Ztli.fj lIC estate, now occupied by Wm. McVoy, proposals should be made 'Separately

;:,:Jobile: & Tennessee: 44 Sc 46. I have been told prevails at elections inr.ngland A Public Dinner is about to be viz :-AH the remainder ofthe unsold !landin for each parcel, and should state .

candidates, or their friend, the tract of eight hundred arpents, adjoining the price per pound.
--:-- -v- 1.1 I II" given, by a number of citizens of
-- directly or indirectly bribing voters with I to this City on the east and fronting Persons disposed to offer proposals will

: ::* t cg@Ih 8 money ; and surely treating with spirituous Boston and neighboring towns on Pensacola Bay, granted to Francisco be furnished, on application, with tue dimensions -

....,..... liquors i is degrading branch of the for the express purpose of testifying Moreno, and conveyed by act of saleto of the balls, and the regula.
-- -- --- -------
--- = same cAnd\ as no one can dfen(11 their respect and good feeling this defendant ; together Tvitli all the (ions for inspecting them. 'v

jATlliiJAY, JULY- 2,1825.fc.1 the practice, we trust that no one will to (Jen. Hull, who hasbeen invited improvements,consisting ofm1ITHRRE GEO. BOMFORD, Brevt. Col. lj

::=:==:- hereafter, be found mean enough to ofter to of the dinner aid on Ordnance Service. ,
partake ,
ofthe removal of the DVELL1NG.
consequence to elector Printers of the Laws of Die United
In so grovelling a temptation an "
from this vicinity, Doctor has accepted: the invitation. Th: : States desired
jt S. Troops or so debased as to accept of it. ILiJItout are to publish the forego
"DttT h:. tlLL.\S 1mresigned ihc\ ffice Raleigh Rc.,ister. following observations onlhe sub ing once a week for five weeks, a1to

,g jie'th Officer for this City. Capt. JKrtEMtAU .:- ject, taken from the Boston Courier Houses &c. &c. transmit to this Department, with their-

;\VTZN has been appointed to fill concurring with other remarks And also one other tract of land, containing accounts, one of the papers containing
C'l.1IU.VIC.iTIO.: .
ihc vacancy P'D tCJfljJWc.T eight hundred arpents on D-jrand's: the advertisement. .
have in the Boston
.&:.J...- we seen Blufl' Escambia County, granted to An- July 1-1i-5w. j
hundred ir.ilffty dollars reward. For the Pensacola. Gazette. Cenuncl, shew the feeling! which toine Collins, and by him conveyed to this
::o .
The! ;t; '''P'lf.l' or' (;uJ'i:1,; has ottered the Sketches of West :Florida. this public,dinner has originated: : defendant. The American
vbove! reward, for ihe apprehension otV.ArinEV NO. IX How far this measuie will accord -i Also two other tracts of land, djoinin"the Tanner; 4

I/OLSUV, who broke the jail ctivcnveu The caverns, subterranean rivers, na. With the public feeling, we: net last and mentioned Nicholas granted to Lewis Gag-: 1fS( published in weekly numbers of :J.

County some: time since. Her5 tural bridges anti springs of this countryare have no means of uscertainiig correctly to this Lopez defendant, and by themconveyed eight quarto pages, by J. S. SKIN. ,.r..
continc for the murder oa' man nain- suoje.ctss worthy of investig-.ition. containing NER, Postmaster of the oity Baltimore.. ;
but, from a momett's inspection eight: hundred
; each.
cu L..uu, aIm it is supposed will make They all result from the same cause, the i I Seized the : -At g>5 per annum, to be paid, invariably ,
of suit
the at aforesaid
aubscripticn to the
fur tins Territory or the Western States. passage of waters through: strata of lime ) papers 4 sum of thousand pay in advance. :;
seven three hundred and
ind the few
stone (carbonate of lime) which cover renarks thirty-nine dollars, 82 cents, with interest This Journal is handsomely printed,

We are informed that the information the whole country. We have been unable we have heard, we appreheul that Hud cost, and will be sold to satisfy the with! a great number of engravings to illustrate -

contained: : i in our Postscript: of last week, to discover the numlJer. of strata and there is a general vish to a>othe the subjects treated of. Fiftyi 't

1JLLt'JetI 0,1 rtjjort: was* correct. Col.ivcuvcu I.thhch I. the thickness of the upper stiata is but the wounded heart, and enlivtn the same.'V. two numbers, a title page, and an ample f
orders to dispatch! all theI imperfectly dit covercd. The qilal'r.y va- Davison, index, make volume. It is written for
old Revolutionary
.S; troujo stationed ill tins neighborhood ries considerably, in different places ; at drooping spirits an Sheriff.&. Bounty by the intelligent and distinguished practical -

to I"ort .,'n cu-I! Georgia. The oricr the Hip Spring on Choclawhatchie it is officer, by some such testimonial Sheriffs Office, Pensacola, Farmers in every State of the Union,

tiKi ii'l n.trnxiun lor what purpose.- merely a fongenies of the common shell of sympathy and resject. July 2d, 1825.-17-lamts. and is devoted to the subjects of Agriculture
'j'iit II(..ti)5 uccordingty 1let't'slt."l'- found'on 9ur coasts very imperfectly decomposed This can be done, and probably STONE & IS IS BET. Internal Improvements, and Rural

.fa), ulJdcr the cunu.aud of Majoi Dono- ', but cemented together with a will be done in a manner that will and Domestic Economy. To give a f \
lliJ. yellowish clay. On the Chipola river it ilft.E for sale 100 bbls. YYhi: kev, better view of the scope and tenor of the .}
the of an imperfectchalk gratifying to him, and without '.a 60 bags Coffee, American Farmer, the following sketch
We know not whether it is the Creek isMimes appearance ,t i
JtuU.ui.s or their l kite persecutors: oni without any flinty nucleus. While exciting political asperitj, or cast- 4 hhd! & 20 bbb Sugar, is subjoined ; being the table of contents t .
of Mark's 4 qr.casks, l.Sweet and Diy of the seven numbers which have
they arc lo yi/t-tY, but we wish the brave in the neighborhood St. the ing injurious reflections n the administration already 'I
8 half do, S Malaga Wine appeared of the seventh volume. _
i'cltousliu :,Ve thus called to a disujrcciMe chalk is more perfect, filling the holes and of 1812. 'ihere are ;
the interstices of a flinty shell.. These several Old Peach Brandy, No 1.-On the culture and :
louthcrn sands preparation
march, over those who honestly beleve Gen. :1{
American dq. &c. fee.
however, each be of of Cotton fur market with
species parts .
:it tins unfavorable; season, a successful may Hull is there engravings of r t
und as pedy ic lurn to their de- different strata.It an injured! man ; : are FIRE machinery used ; on the value and economy 'f' r.
pcditon > COMPANY No.
others who believe thit he h...s of the
Ox over the Horse for
Jli'h ful 1J.\lUh uv (,'.u tuumcnt Clinch. is reasonable to suppose; that this agricultural {
lime was forucrlydepsIted equally over suffered: enough to exphte all! offences THE stated meeting for election of of labour. Great match between Improved 'to. I
the surface of the country. Whence then that he have commit- : falling on Monday 4th inst. Short Horned and Hereford Cat ;

1'inrth of July.-By the following it have opened the courses that appear to led and these may unite in offering the Company will meet for that purpose at tie, which produced much excitement .1 '
; can an the Court House this i
seems that the approuching ammersary.f undermine the whole districtOn cxaminingsome afternoon at 4 O' lately in England ; on the sagacity and

". Am I'i"an Independence is to be pro- of these caverns we find that of gratitude for revolutionary clock P. u. usefulness of the Shepherd's Dog, by I ICol. ,

|)U'Ij' noticed ill St. Augustine. the under side of the rock is constantly I patriotism and an impression lly order of the President, J. H.: Powel ; on the culture of the i'{

/'"Gfll the Er<.t Florida Herald. undergoing; rapid but unequal decom sympathy for subsequent mis W. Hasell Hunt, Grape and manufacture of Wine, as now I '

A 111Cl'tir.t; of the citizens was position. Hound hole different sizes fortune. It' is cxpectel that the Saturday, July 2d Secretary. practiced in France, by obbctt ; Proceedings ,

held this day for the purpose of between penetratc.thc them;. rock the in dripping all directions waters while not company will consist ?i r two or ,}'rom the Weekly Louisiana Gazette. London, and of the their Horticultural election of the Society Editor of t

waking airan: emnits lor cele- only cover the surface with sparry incrustations three hundred." TO THE PUBLIC.R. of the American Farmer as a member of .

bru'inj the 4th of July ; by whom but form thousands of talectiles From the Katioml Journal. D. Richardson U.J. 1' Penniman, their body ; on the practicability of obtaining f)

\V)(. H. ALLEN, Esq. was appointed which hang like iceicles on beautiful pillars To those I:who are disposed-if HAVING formed a Copartnership in Good Water to flow on the surfaceby jJ'

to tit-liver! an Oration, and which} support the roof of the atch. such there are-to drfeid the intemperate -. ing Business, the same (iill boring, in almost any situation ; Sport,
; The dust. falling from the decomposed hereafter be conducted under the firm of lug and other Anecdotes. a;,
l'll.\ J. FATJO to read the ,
Esq. !
ClS rock is highly impregnated! with nitre,and Ian ,augeof tie messageof Richardson and Penniman. i No. 2.-On the burning and full directions :

i)t Jal'.1titin of Iiidepeudence.Jen. .- appears to occupy much less space than Governor, Troup, in vhich the The quantity of Advertisements in both I for the use of Stone Lime as manure :

( %. Joseph M. Hernandez, Davis the ol'iginlll'ock. Union is threatenedviti the dismemberment languages, contained in the Louisiana Gazette with an engraving of his lime kiln, ;

Floyd; ui'd: Bernardo! Se ;uiE>*qtrs. U hen it happens that a hole has pierced of Georgia, we recommend and the matter of a nature almost by John Patterson, Esq. of Baltimore

and Mi ssrs. Tnos. Iviurpiiy and througi,, the shell of rock, the earth above the perusal of the following -I solely interesting in the City of New-Or county ; a full account of Earl Stimson'a ;:
falls: into the cavern and forms those leans: have taken up so much of its columns management of his celebrated premium, W
Sun.iit-1 Cook were appointed a sink holes! so common in limestone regions paragraph, in the reply as to render it a matter of minor farm m tilt Slate of New York ; on the .

Con:mH;ce of Arrangcnieiitt.Jl ; through these holes: also ittte waters of General Lafayette to the au- importance to country subscribers. Under diseases of various Fruit Trees, and hoW'I !

descend\ aid unite in subterranean ri- dresa of the :Mayor of St. Louis, these circumstances, they have been to cure them, by"James Wonh, of I Itt

vers whicli meeting with obstructions! or in which he induced to commence the publication ofa sylvania; on the construction of Hail
Drunken our confederacy -
Jui&e.-An essay the pursuing their course to the end of ihe incumbent Weekly Louisiana Gazette .ttoads; extracts from the Note Book oiL .l lt
T.ast l-'loriila; ilciald of 51st "Ar. union sir
May, purport- strata, burst forth in-t lose noble ; so essential Desultory Header.
to be written, at Anieiia Island t : the first number of which they now -
.dng says which distinguish the coast of not only) to the fate of each present No. 3.-A
U.l manIS lately seen in Jefferson, springs tolhe public. They design to render recent English Prize Essay ;
Florida. member of the confederacy: but on the Horse, with velegaut '\ !
engraving it
Gl;( I'gt, dining the se&s'ioii of their court, this paper replete with matter interesting -
0 thuiik, $;inhuig : nJ caucinic in a grogshop The arch cave, situate in Jackson also to the general fate of mankind to country subscribers, adding to showing by its properterm; every part ot: t !(

; they inquired ul' Fioridian: that I IS Iv {;cmn ty, ibouta mile south of the public that the$ I least breach of u important foreign and domestic intelli- the animal, (this paper alone is worth to. t
about miles
,':\ present,\;ho that manus, making road leading to, and three would be hailed with barbarian gence, political and literary, only such essays -' every farmer the subscription for a year) ; 1.
II distant fron. the ferries on Chipola river, ,.
on various subjects from
mucli: nuise ? lie nns\veicd that he was and subjects 03 apply themselves to Agricultural
associate Judge of the Nassau Count opens to the east by an aperture of thirty joy, by an universal warwlu/op of the State. Addresses; valuable suggestions r,,

feet wide and four or five in height. The European aristocracy despotism. : on the improvement of Wool llus, extraordinary ;
Couit of Esiit "'wl'icla"J'11! s may ucrount .We shall exert all our physical and intellectual ; t I
passage descends, for throe or four rods, ." weight of some, and their 1
for the illegal proceedings there energies, order that we
; may
cavern gradually opens to all hundred fe-t Augusta: (Georgia) lUg and other Anecdotes.
of the which I A editor
} Court
'uilge diserning public.
was to
an- newspaper
jion.t Judges of election, was of.such a I wide :.nd fifty feet high. A deep chaniie' in reference to the message of should be a man abilities, diligence' No. 4.-On the culture and qualities :[ ,f1't

clumctt-r, \\hat biiuuld be expected of filled with transparent water, shirts>> the Governor 1 roup, has the following and firmness. He -5hol.:14 possess those vanous brasses; oa the comparative va. l!

those appointed'' it. 'south side for some distance, then breaksoH' judicious observation: i habits industry which are essential for lue and economy of the Horse ; improved *
in wells and finally disappears. The the labour of information that Snort Horned Cattle the Cherokee I
Wearc.uware that. in the new settle- I collecting ; :
ir.eut of a conutiy, it i!>> frequently dilK- course of the' cave isnbout .IS. W. and resembles '. Some, and probably very ma- I' unrelenting vigilance which is ever on Hoe: ; on the qualities of Stucco, as used ,!'I .

cull lo fitul JcipecUible% and ciiinpetcnt an arch ot'tht Uothic order. Ill. ny oi our readers: may regret the the wing ; that sullen, merciless sagacity, for protecting aud beautifying the exterior ,J 1

nxii vho J 641'C xuiang to tlevote. their lime aboUt sixty:;yards it is crossed by a streamiwenty manner in hlch the Governor's that suffers nothing to escape, and thai! of houses ; on tile construction of ..

tofuli.lhng the duties of public offices ; which contains fet wide abundance and five of craw ieet fish.deep-, i ideas! are expressed, in some of the equally scorns to take or to give quarter. H.ulr Js, being a Premium Essay fro. \
Lut we bcie\c thai men of the highest Without these qualities knowledge is almost Scotland, with all the engravings. ,
After the sUvam, the arch turns latter paragraphs of his Message.
JvsptcUtbihty: may be foun to fill all iherecessan crossing : useless, and in some measure, these No. 5.-A valuable Essay on Sheep,
rather nurth and a hall \Ve conceive of benefit
ojiicei:: ;n Flouda, and we triiit, l"3st.oi presents cannot any indeed may be said to create it. An editor the orig4ii, management, and qualities at-
U": w e 'Hn'J a tiin shall have such a r'l'-I I I one 4mnd;: -<1 yards in length, pretty. that is to result from exciting: or should possess tile talent of selecting the Spanish Merino Flocks, by Anthony
with itoor, forming
Broach as the crcgoiiig thrown at iu..-i I Htraight hills, and valleys an, untncii the base a red clay encouragingin, any por ion of the combining, whanging home his information Morris, Esq. from notes made _In Spain ton

\\ t.ki1u\\' the Governor cannot oe personally covered with,_ the dust decomposed from community, a feeling of hostility that talent without which, Ihe curing Tobacco ; Indian corn, curious
acquainted with every man appomUd .' fiercest: assailant rebounds from his mark, and valuable experiments in the cultureof
the rock above. A of beautiful towards the General Government.
to nfiice, but surely he must hac range like the dart Priam from the shield of by Mr. Seabrook, of South-Carolina.
columns the centre ot the lull while
Connected the of ihe
as -
Keen uluch ell'ce..cd III .'oiisidennir those, people Ncoptolemus lIe should possess that Proceedings of the:Pennsylvania Agricultural
thousands (,)staiectiles stretch down their
who r Ct lr.tutJlhd such a inun, ix.v ct:... long tubes,'towards Lie white bases, whcli: States are in one common firmness which contends for the last inch Society ; Orchard Grass, a valuable ;

Lie or worthy of his confidence.Treating are to meet them from the bond of Union, we have n) doub of its ground, that tirmuess which often practical essay on its culture, qualities

Hoor.!growing Mapy up large holes in the arch are that the rights o! all will be duly fails of success, but which never can be and value ; on the culture of Vines ; the
Elections. is with conquered ; that firmness which a superior Holly, how used m hedging; on the cultivation
ut It much
filled with bats, who, on the approach of respected, and the interests of all
mind so feels in a proud ot the White Mulberry and the
pleasure .lhal we copy the following- from light, flit oft into dark recedes of the who 'I'i
the .National Intelligencer of the 11 Hi rock, with ,1 noise like thunder. carefully guarded, by those conciousnesH of the wealth and amplitudeof Silk Worm; on various Canals; interest ii: I

June, as it is uhvajs gratifying to lihd After leaving the hall the passage becomes regulate their common concerns ; resources.It ing miscellaneous items ; sporting Anec- ; I

cur liun.ble, cfllm, iigxinst immoralityar.d low, crooked and intricate for afew and we cannot but think that to bea falls to our lot to possess but a very dotes. i l' '

vice, supported oy so good nuhurt. rods, but at ienglli emerge* into ano- mistaken species: of patriotism, small share of any of the above pre-requi- No. 6.-A very able interesting Re.port ;M 1

Such piv.ciices would soon be put an end \her loft) aharimeni, from winch there which labours to weaken or destroy site qUJ.iiticalions-but we promise our; of the Union Agricultural Society. :;
tu if i ne used in I readers not lo be deficient in zeal to render culture of the Olive and the Vine
means iNurth Carolina ur varioubluvenucs: : all of winch are yetunexplored the confidence of the I on the .," :
*ul Mainland I peoplein our paper worthy of patronage.The iu the Southern Slates Pioeeedings of .
weregctitrfally :L optcd.JIll as arc also the courses of uoeO1two ; i
( ;hc government of their choice. Weekly Louisiana Gazette, will be
'territoryis : ; of Albcmarle
now )ouiig aud a tn- J-r 6 Q streams, one ot these bounds the Agricultural Society ;
fli-X: exertion on the part of the citizens tile principal! cou'-se of the last mentioned :: '-----r :::u' .. published every Saturday ,afternoon and on Docking Horses,; on preventing Dogs : I

v.i I. "j.ioetit: ihe growthoi this [KrniciousCUi.Olil. apurirncjil.. This cavern has been explored sent of'to subscribers in the country by tiom killing Sheep; on tho Potatoe ; on ,
Sunday morning's mail-this arrangementwill andthe manufacture .
4oU The the culture of the Vine :
about yard congelations '
enable subscribers the latest '
'SHIP1Ji1Vg to receive -
/>CDJ the A'utional Intelligencer.Treating iu thearcb; cave, when formed on & from different of Wine ; on the structure and pow i :
intelligence quartersof Locomotive Steam Engines with an l .
ut JXicttont -4\ e ate gLd' to the sides of]the rocK:, are tile color of ice, the er !
but tlie curls and folds country. engraving of one with waggons attached; ,
Lee that in the States of Maryland and ) ofeu proJl'c11110 wish I
Persons in the who '
country may valuable communication on the Cotton
koith in inut."uolof ;
Ckiiuina: an efltirt is making to mouldings, didpeiieii and will
put to become subscribers to this paper, trade of England..No. ;
a, stop tu tHc brilury, III Us worst; shu]>e, other illimitable, torsos ; these; projections please give us notice througa the PostMasters
\h.CH is too oftJh piuctisedal the Iieiiol. on bass rehii1 arc generally while, with a towns, when, r, An essay on the practice of ; ,I .
of their
It L. KUtlions sparkling ehrjsimiue) The : Tort ot Pustuo1a. I respective plougning from and to plants, and its injurious -,
Ana during tile canvass, appearance. ifv.ey desire it, we will forward the pa- of '
>*iui-fi regular bialvculcH are uniformly hollow! effects. The expanding
precedes them. lhe subject is I commencing with the first number. ;j. I"* I
S bJ'Jugullo our mind by the following para the outside U toll decomposition, tile iu CLEARED.I I pew This will be published once a fermentation. The'marked fertility aris- ; f I,

l'&ph; ; copied from the Kaleigh l&cgisi'i hide irregular, sparry chrystaii of a yellowish week in paper the English Language, and forwarded ing from ploughing in Buckwheat, or : ,:

i'i Mainland, uherc the oil exists, hue.: June 28.--Schr. Henrietta, Quig- to subscribers at five dollars per turning up a Clover lay from a Wheat : ,:;

(In tlit, lov\ tr counties at lea l0 a still lAthe neighborhood; ofthis cave, Col. gles, New-Orleans. \t annum, payable in advance, or three: dollars crop. The depth ploughing should be ,

4\ -caicr exieiit Uun in \outi. Uui-olina, aiUi'OU5e1fJrtj3 S'tce attempted in three several placesto tRIVED. per six months, to be paid in ad in proportion matter contained to the animal;in the soil and j banking vegetable j' : ,
making in one wells but in eacu
county uig instance came -
June 26.-U. S. Transport Schr. with the spade, together.with a thing or J4
f tluuca.j to it which be the ,_
remedy ituto upon holloW spaces which prevented success Richardson & Penniman, occupy s
(;I) d, \ il beuniUicdiu tin:other coun- and the well digger,frightened with Florida, Baktjr, Tampa Bay. spacious building formerly known as the I. two on the subject of Wooden-scaled -j' 4.\ '
tab Marshes &c. G.
Reclaimed by ;
M>me of wnicb ma)' be said lo be the danger Ii of intomuiugnuuseif in some 27.:-Schr.i Mary Washington, City..Hotel,in Dosiere street, between Canal Shoes. 9f
the (
LtJfJJ W. Custis improvement
P. on
: by Uiw waste ot time in tIe; dcc. unknown cavern, desisted from digging.! Rae with 120 U. S. and Customhouse street, from which ; .
ho11 : animals remedy
New-Orfeans and other domestic
n .LnU.!, when the < and the Hand The soil pf the will be re Sheep
:)e ueigUbonuipd u among the Daily and Weekly papers .
Vt the fiILl11l- I Troops from Baton Rouge, under for Hoven Sheep and cattle ; on !ho .
and richest bf
tile the the lands
pJaultei arc so>> much Chipola the lace b'111arJy'issued. .
nt uec a home, '1 :ie mode adopted to of the country w formed of wide valleys the commaimdofCapt.; Gil & Lieut. Having consolidated the office of the management of Milk Cows and jearing.Calves .. : ,
Ptect the Cherokee or NondescriptRoie
k the practice of treating,' &c. is in a dishing; form, with l16Lfl'O"flJgeal, Jouiu.d Ute Orleans Gazette and the LouisianaGazette ; account .of t1c
), Khlnt'lltaapollg a.sumcient numbertoole tbe limestone' often i have four Printing Presses in Maryland; an :
through.\vhjch pro. they of ..tnilorticulluna ,
Thorn- in the garden
JhblJecL.&tjle 21.- rig South Carolina Overflowing Well :.
511dte l) m. for no can- jecu, crowned with do -woodj brJ'iiPa: and a general- ssortment- of Type, and *'h1JWlck, I
it. Lr n).vttiS;': \\lao suaJl resort to vines and ydrong.a j .mubs ; tue caves borough, Nc .Orltan5 with 200 are prepared to execute all Book and Job Society' of CVtU.5 ,. ;

t\i in Iuu* au agreement KcLei-ally! cuter- which li:1becn< work Fjs.Iifre
\\uu4t Icon put a SlOp to IL these ridges'. ;t commanded by i .(Col -Chber. and accuracy, ; .




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L j'A l,i4TJc4I4. T IJI LUbe received by the'undcrsigned i10.f': )1bscr)>> : I -L',-IiJ -. _-A .

r' From the London .11ua:17ie; 1 s" y committee. until the. 10th of !n7ILiaptly at the next, 't USTeceivedper flrig SkClaIl .,
.to. STANZAS. July, for the execution of the,Mason'sfntlCarpenter's i i'Vii Superior Court for Teet,from Ne".York, an(j r r'a eU!
work the erec- ,additional '
dew-drop'is : necessary of Florida. at assortment of BQ :
L The never so clear District V
As when morning's hrst rays See it glisten libn of a writ ornirtition, to divide,the among which' are-the following -.

w. ; i l.\l.a of thel]late Maria Carlota Ruby E\\VQRKS..
And muHC is never so dear thetHousel amongst the heirs and Rothelan, a Romance? ,orthe.
; As when to its last note we listen.I : .. .5 t' ( '! I ( I said Maru which said real tones, nis*'
iw; 4 agreeably to the Ordinance of, ,the I6lh I ,ists or the following Stanhopes! Letters on Greece, in
Though bright may be rapture's. first inst. i v r the city of Pensacola, to wit: and 1824.with Docomenti on the 1823

t mien- j [For turning 18 cedar columns, 10 feet Numbers SO, 124, 125, 126, : RevplutioQ, and.the.Jife, of HiuU Greek
F And its parting adieu even sweeter ; 1 1"' 71, 72 54, 36, 122 together Air. pba
\ The enjoyment existing between "(For h. framing, raising and shingling the i:f:k- 1\\11.\J\l .Buchanan8, Skctcjies! of the North

I. Is a ,'ision-and vanishes fleeter."We topf; and sAl other Carpenter's'. work (ex. i : rican Indians, with a plan fortheirme Amp
tc'pt: ornamental.) '* II:t r !! f :and appurtenances horation,
4 never know how we have lovM, The plates extending on the turned Co- :: I: \'bich said lots are Theodoric a Tale, and other Poems

t 'Till what we most ]lov'd has departed; lupins and those at a coirespondirig height rt n\VoWiid 113 co-parcenary I Thomas Campbell, 't*

r % For the strength affliction is prov'd in,the brick pillars! with the brne :bc. 'I', Casimerc Celestino, Benjamin The Cook's Oracle, containing,Receipt.;
4 By the joyless, aittl desolate. hearted. tween: them, to be planed oh the tides Candidaand Joanna'Huh)", a for Plain Cookery, !tc. 8c.8tc.
all lower edge, and beaded on the l low-1 I fee simp'e title to the same. II Biography ofthe British Stage,being
Our pleasures arc born but to die ; :, crjcorncrs; ; the shingles to be laid in five The \iSubscriber gives this Lives of the principal Actors and th-
1 They ure li nfced to our hCLrts-but. to : inch: courier.u *' '! j I I Qurdian Benjamin Ruby : : : tresses. Ac.

sever: I I La i'rig brick in twenty pillars and.fur.. !.1{ hv. on whose behalf the a The History of Matthew "W'ald, .bv
A nd, like stars shooting down a darkfcky, '[, iris)ring rriorter for the same.Laying tuned application is to be i author of Valerius &.e.Hall&m's the
.4 Shine Iove1iet-hen. bdir.g forever pavement 100 feet by 55,to be '" View .
______, ___ Jose; I .of. Europe, during t\
raised in the centre and descend towards t Middle Ages C
-i: J1.11 UMI/vG. tliti sides, the bricks to be laid edgeways, Ex'r {if : The Spanish Daughter,
r. I in sand. .' 'pensacda I June. 5th, 1825.-15 The Human Heart,

A Lawyer, now deceased, a celebrated r All the materials will be delivered onj The Highlanders a Tale,

wap, was pleading before tll ground, where the market i is to be e Assize of \ Scenes in Europe,Scenes in America.

r?, a Scotch Judge with whom he .vas I reeled, Contractors to furnish their owlattendants' f.Iilli g price" of.flour being Tlie Blank Book ofa small Cotleger

the most intimate terms. l thc proposals will state tic I,a barrel: I, the: rate of br- Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, &th,
: upon price per thousand for brickwoik, and for from this day.37 ounces for a. and 10th volumes) -9Bt.
Happening have a client, amal c- 'II' turningthe, columns, scperate troin tie By order of the Mayor, TOGETHER IV 1111Paley's
def lIlbnt in an action, of the Carpenter's: work. : S. '
1Nl fal \
Works,completc, in 5 vols,
: The ot'the market be
he commenced his plan can seen and
of Tickle 1
name ,
,.. .S Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols.
t- .., Speech in the fo Honing humorous necessary explanations obtained by Pensac,la, June, 10th, 1825. Plutarch's Lives, 8 vols.
application to ei her cif the committee.ALSO .
1& ; jt1'tLI ; "4 Tfcklr, my client, the I : -. Josephus's Works, 6 voI .

: '( : : 'defendant, my Lord" The audience : Proposals will be received, for the delivery .O'r\tE. Hamilton on ,Pargatives,

; ..,: amused with the oddity of I of 25,000 Best Cyprus Shingles.1Speice28teet To irtrttding.settlers Armstrong on Typhus Fever,
I Miner and.Tullv Fevers
: l ,
,r .., the speech, were almost driven IOng ) heart commit waste Orfila3 Practical'
I 1SIet In H.est pine1iO I wlp on Chemistry, by Coxe
Iq !
.* to hysterics of laughter, by the 6 mchcs square7q Powel on Contracts, a
10 fict lads.I .
pl{ lOUt; \
.: Judge replying, 'J'ickkher_ Morse's New Gazetteer,
. yourself Rafters 2u feet
lou 3 5 in bestheart
'''' by lawless who
S : Harry ; you'at' as able to do stuff. ,11)SR persons I Walker's Dictionar), Octavo and Pocket-
.,JL / ruding on lands () Milton's Works, 2 vols. ,
it I.' AcrcBeacon.. 3GCKJ feet boards.tf.li'.lsisbet. f gilt,
t as rough edge
Stat;, and committing ; Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol.
S gilt,
r There was lately married at ) '. timber, are hereby notified, Beauties of Shakespeare, do.

fJ'; Bergen, Vt. Mr. James Hogg, to .In.'dc I hav been taken for a rigid Campbell's Poems, do.
', : ) '!\ltl. Tabitha Sho te. It was generally } I Ie I the taws of' the United iVtatesin : :: Hervey's Meditations, do.

:, supposed thai this couple! : II. Alien. ) \ I made :and provided, they are Pilgrims Progress. do.

,- June 22il, f5.-1C---3L. dered to desist from such Pope's Works, 2 "vos. do. -
would be) in no want of ucon fursome I with, otherwise they will be t Lights &. Shadows of
_:' : ,. time, ss he is said to !be a to the utiiost!! rigor oYthe law. Scottish Life.,-- dr--..
.. ,: BmaJ.-er.-Id. An Ordinance, Given inder mv hand, at ,
great The
Sorrows of
: -, .f yociJPocus..: 'A sailor who had Providing for the erection of a Market Washington, the 24th day of Life of Franklin,Werter Paul and, Vocal Virginia Standard!

* ,fv I just returned from a long voyage, Jlf/ue, and authorising a.him to build the Geo. ( : William Tell, Gulliver's Travel::, &c., & ,

'. with friend witness BU me. Commissimer of the General WHICH,
went a some
- 711:} it Ordained by the Board nf Mler-
I 8-tlj. together with the stock
,4 .4 curious performances by a conjuror I ** men of the (M!' of Pfnsarolat That: hand, heretofore on

;; who had scarcely egun to I Mesij-s.i F. II. Nisbet, J. de la Kui, and N. Mail; Arrange in assortment composes of very books extensive, and and will general .

i' surprize his &pl'ctators'filen a II. Allen\ DC,' and aie hereby, appointed .UE m Thursday at 3 P. sold at the New-York prices for clSb.-be

barrel of gun powdei\in the shop! fur a Coiiimlttee and' superintend wilh authority the erection to contract of a i ,,tyj, Cloais on Friday at 10 A. Country Merchants and public or prints

beneath, unexpectedly exploding! Robert Libraries furnished on the most liberal
: )tat k< t House, agreeably to the Plan sub
- blew up the room above, and scat milted by a (;Committee of this Board. Post terms, and such books as are ordt'red3.nd

{:. '. tered The conjuror and his audi- S cc. 2i;; delay as
possible. Orders
the said Market House shall be built frorr. :a
'. lice in different parts adjoining onthat I distance will be as
- hart of the I'ublic Square, situated To land Cl promptly attended to,
I the spot. Zounds !1" excldimed and meet with the same liberality
ou the Southern line of the Lot claimed as a
.;;:., the astonished sailor, who suddenly b y Air. Manuel Uojuales'and the Hay, milE tiulersigned, personal application.W. .

.i ". found himself sealed on thehi nL etcnding to the Eastward! from Pa. 'l& thorisd by an act of Hasell Hunt.

S ground in a neighbor's .fox Street.Seci proved 3d,March 1825, to : April 12th, 1825.
wonder what trick he 3. .lndbtftfurthtrQrdaxMdt1'\\\) \ decide on sll titles and claims
S : means. to
,. I. the Mayor of'the City be, and he is here- West Florida, not heretofore MUSEUMOf : :
play bv, authorised and empowered to borrow I on by the lite Board of lltf"X I
:i ':. Warning to Physicians. magistrate ou the faith of this Corporation, a sum; I subject tothe limitations, and .Foreign Literature and:

:, of Philadelphia county not exceeding One Thousand Dollars, at mity with the provisions Science.
; ':. .lias actually made a return to the the rae of six per cent per annum interest Congress heretofore passed i -
: E. fillet, Publisher, 83
the : Chesnutst. Fldlt1.
ject, notify claimants to
': court: of quarter sessions in the payable; in such installments a* the :
:: the la'urmay! require, to meet the their present session will be : : IT is composed entirely, as its title implies
1:1': 'words following, and defendant expenseof
building the said Market House, and l lahassee, the Seat of of selections from foreign jour
4. .: awaits his trial : Doctor A. redeemable in three years or sooner at,. those who have heretofore : nals. A few words.m.1sb. w that it w,

k.- :13. charged on the oath of C. D. : ihe option of the Corporation ; and, for which have not been ( : however, far from being adverse, to our

:. .with having committed wilful and the lep&yment of which, to the subscribers : quested to exhibit the I own institutions or literature-and thaton

; r corrupt /urcry." We trust that to said loan, the faith of the City is I port thereof( as early! a the contrary may havenn. important
.: .
I' ;
and those in
; who have effect preventing the
offence will hereby; pledged, as also the rents which dissemination
so an meet
grievous will
- do so atany time before doctrines in discordance with the
5- I may arise from the said Market House prinCIples
c its proper punishment. If it have :, us well as the Corporate property of the ember nest. upon which our society is constituted
: ; the effect to the Some ofthe British Reviews
,. discourage extravagant Cit}. p anl'l IL and Magazines
t ; ue of calomel, senna, and ec4.:; Jndle it further Ordained, That; i are re.printed in this country exactly .

", :: jsuch like drugs, the commitment the installments of said loan shall be paid; R.. IC. Call I a* they appear at home and they.as

.. ;niist be beneficial. We have no at the times stipulated by the Mayor, to! well as those which are not published
1f bowels for such. .disturbers of internal : the Treasurer of the City, and the Mayor (I MHT. 28th, 1825-8-1m. ; here, embrace much matter of little interest
,!" i is hereby authoVised to draw on the Treasurer ----.k----------------------------- d and no advantage to our readers-ail
.- S tr:1nqul11uy.urora.. I from time to time, in favor: of the NOTICE which is notunfrequently fitted to vitiate

".. .1.. ... In the biography of Mr. Read, committee, fur such sum or sums as will 38 hereby- given, That at the I their literary tastetheir morals,and their
the following -anecdote is intro- enable them to proceed with the building of tile Uon. the County (; political principles. But while it cannot
, 'duccd into an account of the attack F.Il.MsLet 'present' the accounts a rd ( : \ be denied that there is in all these foreign

.... '. made by the ro'w gallies,' ii1! President o.fzhe. Hoard... make a final settlement oftUe journals a large part which consists! of
S o.l./llclennen. Jacob Odell, late Pensacola. details and speculation3which are.uninteresting .
at the mouth of Approved June 16th
.1776, Christiana 1825. i James to American readers, or Q&chicvous .

Creek, upon the Roebuck and Li-;. John. Jerrisqn, Feb. 25-51-tf. I in their political or moral )cjt..

.Terpool frigates. .1itqor. :I -- .'' : dency, it is equally certain that a considerable
4 We are informed by a venerable Attest, : Coffee & portion of their contents; is'ti'fge-

revolutionary naval otticerylhat he- N. S !! Parmantier, : neral application and of interest and valuf,
I 100.t1'S, green Havana and that they embrace much that i's'.m:>
was three Secretary. j boxes
captured days after the
a I very high'degre interesting; and ciirioik
battle\ by ihe Liverpool, Captain I. each ,box: received (. -practical, sound and Irble-refined and
liuilrau who was ;E. LAJIOQUE manda Malvina, and :
native of Scot- elegant ; much that will excite thoughtand
Jand. The officer related0 our' ..SURGElJi"VTIST Stone & IN refine the ima intcs: -tint! will

.s informant, that, in he hotest of: J t 1\\\\til\\Ye .- "raise the genius and mend the heart"

-' the 'fight, a row. bait'c me from I \V.LEASELL .u And when'.we consider that the greatest
mAS ;lately returned from France philosophers and statesmen, as1 well as
: the shore maned with four boys, %Ki* respectfully informs those who, and WILL draw deeds, bills of I 'poets, cri;icksand all other 'men oflitt i .

to who planed tlremsdvett directly stand injneed ofhis professional services.iiiay I. of attorney, bonds rature, now find th 'ieriodical press tfje\

- .'. under the stern ofhis ship. and fired !that he will remain iiltetrii or twenty ils oilier must apfruvcil which I'unna:!, uiul LI channel through which their opinions cn

'" 4; l: _, f' incessantly upon he>. His officer in Pensacola, at !1r. Collins Hotel, where him, with wiling promptness may and be be conveyed to the greatest number l

: of marines: calling his attention to I he may be| consulted at all hours, on reasuiiibk terms his L men, it will appear very evident; that "a
E. L. performs all the ; I C knowledge of what is ,thus written and
these juvenile assailants; exclaimed ou the teeth and necessary operations the clerk's otfjcer renders an L I ] done abroad the
necessary succe ss-
gums removes
; to him convenient
I Captain, do you Ice those
: young rebels ? Shall' we fire upon the enamel ; politics:! files and plugs ing which to execiitc to be any 1I1 I, important to Jhe politician, scholar aid

y. .. them 2" No, no," cried the teethso as tc prevent tlicir farther decay; I recorded. a man of business, as well as to him who
- ttkji: brave old BoiU-au" don't hurt extracts broken' ;and decayed teeth with I .reads only fQr.amusement. *>
safety antI ease ;:, inserts artificial teeth Exchange on N \ To ,
:i the boys ; let them ircak the cabin in persons who reside at a distance
a neat manner L' from the
sums suit
; regu1atechildren's II to great depositories of Xe'w BOOM
windows :
k: tec\.h ,
&c. &c. .I., b' and New Inventions work conductedupon
-1? An honest Hibernianwho stood N. B. As a stranger, 1 think it necessary Stone &: ; this plan is peculiarly' important, ifs

-i listening- the remarks'of a large to intbrmithe! public that I have satisfa Jan 14th, 1825.' affording to them an opportunity of keening .
factory(documents in : .
Lt 4 crowd collected Finsbury'square! regard to capacity. 1- pace in somedegree with the'pro
: few niglits since view' die 125.1&.ff.NOTICE. I C.Having gress of knowledge;Vt A trifling' -
r j a to co 1)4Y } f [ l! of very .-
pense money.or time.
_1.iJL: met, which is now the object of
p s11o'r \\t l When it is added that-most ofthe literature
: general after
curiosity having
: IX.weeks afterdate I will apply to the fixedliii sirlClce at ofthe day is not easily accessible in
_t1 heard many wise comments I l f lion,- the County Court of Escambia practice law, in the c any oilier than this form to I our families.

i the nature of comets, and 'ofihe: County, for Letters Aduiini, >>ttation on Escauibia; Walton, Jackson, I it will, readily be acknowledged 'that'a

s danger which was to be apprehended the estatejof\ Domingo Ucggio, late of said and Lion counties, and also 1: w rke,'conducted upon the plan of th

4} & should 'approach too -near County. d ceased.. He -niiy be found" at the office lusrt1m, may be in 'a very considerabTp
the earth Joseph E. Caro. sepb 11 White.: degree interesingor valuubJee_ llbw'.'far
at excited
length the
astonishment -
this Journal has
Pensacola Juiie 1,1825.-4t.Of been successful in eij.deavo'riag -
June 23d 1825. ,
of the -16-6t.STATIONARY. I ,
\ multitude, bt y'$1eclarlngln j r ." ; tQ merit: these appellations
t ; thc'inosi solemn mat. oj i1aii1st. i : fnust.be determined by the publick ;and

i; tT- Her,'that he" hid often rowedpotatoe ; .the,I"tlpid.incte ofthe subscription list

by inc tail of a comet in Ire- 1 i is theinost gratifying ,proof of success. .
ff1rJUST"icf' ved and for sale at the Pen. J .. Terms
vario les r Subscription.
-'h1L Iand.-Londonja/zer, W, sacoli, Book Store; a small assortment a. ( l'ip .

i--.i-Th; t An honest bluQ country farmer, of .1i sale atthisOfflc.LAW t .. and A the'sub'scription'p'rjce'is'Six number published every DollarsJ'ear month!'

i4; meeting the'parson of-the parish I Quills, superior quality, l' NOTICi.THE payable'in] advanceA nungiber-

ill a y4ane'and; not giving him I I.ettePaper\ ; Wafers : I << .t ompnses'120 pages'S vo;)
Co-partnership of all' .'
I the way'so readily as he expected, t't' will b seutffteeVpostaje,tn every
the Powder b'lacR& red 'havingbee r dissolved on th ''subscriber 10ri aS he coritfuues to
: parson, with an erected crest, .... pay
tpld'himhe .was better fed than &eali4ng Wax and ,' R. J. Easter ''will in future'.,, Inadvahce; f* *' '"- n. ,
Court i in
Mobile and "
Th 'MGaeum 1 1822
began Iii July, ai$
,i 'ft')*! taught. Very true, indeed, sir/' Office!!, Tap6.: Attorney and Counsellor at .all the bact:numb era may lie obtained on

replied the farmer, far"you teathroe WvIIasell Hunt attend .to' any: business tb 'abo>> -eondftIos; Jf, '.to

3 r and / feed myself : '. by litbl\ 1825.' **....'J L .v "., management.: I 1\ .. ", ; ,c;: :rS oic pti .1.i re ti\'edat.tl .s 'e1lqciwherfliubr
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