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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 9, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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TlTSi.IiUAJ YERT'"sATURDAT, J'in each) and 'every year respectively 1[ attachmen is issued, as will be I' lawful, for the said court to give nor's Message, being explanatory s
jjy W. H.1 sE l.L HUNT, to appoint! receiver of tax returns sufficient !toNsatisfy the demand of judgment against the said garnishee of the object of the call and em*
EDiTOR P1O.BUTOBI''J.6'16Cf for each of their coy_.t-- tK- ri..;...:ir till / OL1 f1! .1 Wa uJ ,fiC Ulluea' b rarea respectively x Sec. 2. JJe it further enacted, by them confessed to be due to the occurrences the Creek la
and if the Territory_ of}/Qrida.J..CB11"TIosYcar 5, Sec. \2. Be it further enacted, That such writ shall in no case be said defendant in attachment, and dians.-Ed. Pen.among Gar. +
v That it, shall :be the duty of the issued unless the
party applying execution issue for the
Half year 3, may same "FellowCitizens:of the Senate '
Quarter year 2, said receiveron or before the firstllonoJay for the same, his agent or utor- in favor of the plaintiff in such at and House of Representative
jingle paper twelve and an half cents. of August in each and ney, shall make oath, that th* a- tachment.Sec. "In calling you together I have -
Subscriptions payable in advance. every year, to ascertain and make mount of the debt, sum, or property 8. Be it further enacted, not been unmindful the ,
ADTSTI I>O-livery Advertisement return at the office of the clerk of claimed, is actually due, aid That when the said perso
not more than twelve lines, firs garnishee or sal inconvenience, and of the pub
Diking the county court, of all the persons also, that the debtor resides bt- garnishees shall in his their lie
insertion one dollar, each subsequent in.tertian (or ) expense which attend it. Consulting + r
fifty cents ; longer ones in propor and property liable to taxation I, yond the limits of this Territory\ answer, made on oath as aforesaid both,little will be submit
tion. Amounts due fur advertising payable by virtue of regulations of the or that he has absented himsel,' admit that he or they had in bis or ted to consideration disconnected
&h '* on demand.-.\ liberal deduction and also of from the for the of your ,
*} county court, personsand same purpose their possession, when said notice wth the main subject of
those who advertise
made to bythe
liable to taxation I preventing the service him
property by upon gas served upon him or them, any your deliberation.
year.AJl I communications to the Editor virtue of the laws of Territory, I I of the ordinary process of law ; or gods or chattels belonging to "The recent acquisition of our
rvsf be pott paid or they will be attendedto and the (said receiver shall also return that he so absconds and concealshimself' sail defendant, such garnishee or vacant territory in the occupation l
or not, as suits his convenience. to the| Secretary of the Territory that the ordinary process garnishees shall be answerable in of the Creeks, ii that subject, and i:
and to the sheriff'of the county .: of law cannot be served upon him, I damiges for the value of:he same the surveyand appropriation the
"Laws of Y 1orl a. a duplicate I of the returns so or that he is removing from this to the plaintiff in said attachment, objects which will claim yoar, at* f.t .i
...... rnade.I I I Territory his property, or so secreting unless the said goods and chattels tention. [For the first 'We are If
ac to secure the rights to property of Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, or disposing of the same, be surrendered, the chiefly indebted ..
upon execu- to the Commissioners -
hu:and and wife, derived previous to That it shall be the duty of the that the party claiming will be tion issued against such defend- of the United N 't J
the cession of the Provinces, of Floridato States Col. t,
the United States.WHEREAS said receiver' in ascertaining as a- .likely to lose his debt or demand. ant.Sec. I Campbell:, and Major Meriwether. t
some doubts have furesaid: the taxable persons and : Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, 9. Be it further enacted, Too much praise cannot be given i
teen entertained as to the effect 'property, to attend at such placesand That before the issuing of said That the said property so attached to these gentlemen,Jor the firmness .
and operation of the introduction at such times, and to give writ the party pp\ying for the except in the case mentionedin and intrepidity with which '
of the Common Law of England such previous public notice, and to same, shall by himself or some o- I the 4th section of this act, may they met the most formidable ob.
t'-oa 'PI\aratl' ,.itJhto nr I.... follow and obey Such ""!** ... nay : ther Der"! 114 his behalf, enter ;.. .. .../ .iuiv uc icpicvicu oy me: 3i.ui&o, aim'ivr me umiring Zealand :
band-'rnn) and wife under the laws of (be prescribed( by the county courts, to bond with ;wo or BOre sufficient said defendant, or some other per- patient labour, with which ,
the Provinces of East and West and before entering on the dutiesof securities, in a sun double son for him, giving bond to the they conquered them. That of
Florida, upon marriages solemnized his office he shall take and subscribe the amount of the debts, or property sheriff; or other ministerial officerof this praise there can be no waste ;
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before the change of government before the clerk, or a judge claimed, payable to tie defendant the court, with good and suffi- or misapplication, you will read ii
to obviate any doubts in fu- i of the county court, an oath that conditioned that the said cient security in double the amount in the various documents, and 1 !:
J 'he will diligently and faithfully plaintiff>ill pay all cos's aid damages of the debt,sworn to by the correspondence connected with it, 1 ';
ture.Be it enacted by the Governor perform duties of his office which :may be occasioned by plaiutiff, conditioned for the redelivery and which are submitted. You, / J
and Legislative Council of he Territory -. and shall give boud with sufficient the issuing of said attachment, and I of the property to the sheri will distinctly see that the principal ,/;
of Florida, That all the security under the direction of the thefailure to prosecute the sameto or other officer (all casualties difficulties which embarrassed t
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rights and privileges 01 husband : county court for the faithful dis- effect. excepted at the term of the court, them from beginning to end- i ,:
and wife, established or derived charge of his duties. Sec. 4. Be further enacted, That at which the said attachment is which defeated the first Treaty fat
by marriage under the civil laws of Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, whenever any person has reasonto made returnable, to abide the or- Broken Arrow, and which
Spain, while this Territory was That it shall he the duty of the fear, that property to which der and judgment thereof.Sec. were well nigh producing a rupture ,
uuucr the jurisdiction of that sheriff to collect the Territorial such person may have a claim, 10. Be it further enacted, of the last at the Indian ;
shall be held, pcs css.government taxes and all arrearages of taxes i[ but which is in the possesaon of That when the property attached Springs proceeded from a quarter r
cd, and exercised by the Husband( chic to the Territory, and to return another, is about( to be taktn beyond :- shall be of a perishable nature, it th* least of all to be expected 1 f
and Wife respectively in this Ter- and pay over to the Secretary of the jurisdiction of the court, shall and may be lawful for the -from officers in the pay and con 1 t
:xilory, and each shall be permitted the Territory the taxes and arrearages tie bhall make oath that the pro judge justice, who ordered the fidence of' the Federal Govern "
to &el!, succeed to, dispose of, ; so collected, and it shall perty legally belongs"to him, the attachment, in vacation, a* well as ment, who';instead of rendering to it'
and convey by saje, devise, or will, be the duty of the said sheriff in said first mentioned person, and in term time, to grant an order for the Commissioners the most cor '
their goods, chattels,, lands and collecting the Territorial taxes or thai he has reason to believe, that the sale of such property after dial co-operation, had organized j:
tenements, in the same manner as arrearages of taxes aforesaid to I unless withheld by the writ of attachment such public notice as to the said an opposition, thereby exposing ,.
they could or might have done give such public notice, and to attend the said property will i. judge or justice shall seem expedi to suspicibn their own Govern
under the laws of Spain, observing at such place and at such; be taken beyond the jurisdictionof ent.Sec. men, which in justification ol ,itself *
Clnly tIll formalities of conveyance I times as :may be prescribed.by the the court.and it shall and maybe 11. Be it further enacted* was finally obliged to avow
required by any other laws established county court for the collection of: lawful for ;any( judge, or justice That when the amount of the debt, that the perfidious plot and df
,or which may hereafter be county, taxes. 1 of the peace, to issue a writ of attachment claim or demand shall not exceedthe vices contrived by it, were un* f
establish'd in this Territory. : Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, : in the manner providedby sum of twenty dollars, the said authorizedlat Washington, at the r
JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ, : That compensation: to the said : the first section of this act, the writ of attachment shall be made same time the authors and con l,
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\ President of the Legislative Council. receivers., and sheriffs for the ser- plaintiff in said writ giving bond returnable to a justice of the trivers were permitted to escape f
SAMUEL FRY Clerk. vices by them performed on behalf and security in manner aforesaid peace, and the said writ shall be but with little observation, and r
(Approved lleeember 23rri 1824.) ot the Territory and county ; And the same affidavit may be served by a constable, and the proceedings certainly without merited punibhment. ,
WM. P. DUVAL, shall be each on the amount of the : made, and the same writ issued at shall be the same as nearly .
Governor of the Territory of Florida.:. taxes not less than three and a an) stage of cause\ concerning a- as may be with the proceedings The Delegation in Congress, ;

An act to regulate the County* Taxes. half, nor more than six per cent, jny propertyd t s>r demand claimed required in the foregoing sectionsof also faithful' to their trust, have
Be it enacted by the Governor to be fixed by the county court, as aforesaid. this act ; and when the amountclaimed seconded by active and incessant
and Legislative Council of the Territory and to be paid by the Territory and Sec. 5. Be it further enacted.. shall exceed the sum of labour, the ;measures taken by this '
of Florida, That wheneverit county in proportion to the amount That the service of an attachmentshall twenty, and shall not exceed the I Government, to support not only
shall be deemed necessary and of their respective taxation. bind the! property attached, sum of one hundred dollar*, the this important right, but all other k
expedient by any of the county Sec. 6, Be it further enacted,1 except as against pre-existing said writ of attachment may be rights and Interests of the State ; 1
courts in conjunction with the That every delinquent in. paying lien But the judgment in a suit made returnable to the county and in the delicate and critical relations -
number( of justices of the peace, me Territorial taxes and arrearage commenced by attachment shall court or to the said justice, and in which these involved, have
required by law to levy taxes for ." by him due, shall pay and forfeit be satisfied in; the same manner as the latter cave, it shall be served so deported themselves as to com f
county purposes, such levy to the Territory five dollar other judgments, obtained at the by the constable. mand the confidence of our
may
be mfcde upon any or all of the for each and every such delinquency same term of the court are, or shall Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, crlves, and the respect of all who
property hereinafter describedand ( and shall be proceeded against be satisfied out of the lands Sc tenements That the filing of the declarationand know them; ?
shall not be made upon any in like manner as shall (be pi escrib goods and chattel generally other pleadings in a suit com "In disposing of the Territory ,
other description of property, nor ed by the county court for proceeding of the defendant, in such attachment menced by attachment, shall be thus acquired, it is recommendedto r
hall the said levy exceed the annual a};aitis;. delinquents in paying : Provided however, that governed by the same rules,which you to consult the will of your j
rates hereinafter prescribed( ;; the county taxes. judgment rendered against any govern the filing of the declaration, constituents so far as that will .
that is to say. Sec. 7. lie it further enacted, garnishee or ,garnishees in said and other pleadings in ordinary. can be distinctly ascertained. The ( :
A poll tax upon every white That the Secretary of the Ternto- suit, shall_ be appropriated; exclusively suits at law. Lands belonging to them in joint t, f'
male inhabitant over twenty one r) shall receive five per cent. on to the1 satisfaction of the Sec. 13. Be it further enacted, and several property, and none t .
years, and under fifty years of age, all sums received by him, on ac judgment rendered against the defendant That previous to the rendition of but themselves or immediate Re* r "
not exceeding fifty cents. count of the Territory as a full t in said suit, commencedby judgment, whenever the amount Pre aen:af ves can rightfully 4is f
Upon every able bodied slave o- compensation; for his services, and attachment: as aforesaid.Sec. claimed is upwards of one hundred pose of them. Recognizing this t. f'
Yet fourteen years, and under fifty shall make return to the Legislative 6. Be it further enacted,, dollars, the court shall require as a fundamental principle, )011. l\
years of ago, twenty-five cents. Council of all sums so receiv That ir 1 there be two or more suits satisfactory evidence, that a have,in the! exercise of! a sound I.
Upon cattle, three cents per ed and paid by himat each session commenced by attachment againstthe publication has been made in some discretion, to look as well to ulterior t
head. thereof. same .ncrson.. and several. Judg public newspaper in this Territory and remote as to immediate ; I"
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Upon every keeper of a tavern, Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, ments be ootained at the same nearest to the place of holding interests-interests which the People i! t
five dollars. That the : officers heretofore appointed 1 term, they shill be satisfied pro court, once a week for at least six themselves cannot fail to appreciate ,,
Upon every retailer of spirituous for the collection of the rata out of judgments, whichmay weeks, giving notice of the institution and cherish because they t E
liquors (except tavern keep county taxes may proceed to the have been'obtained against the of said surf and of the issuing directly concern each and every of 'it!",
erafive dollar's. collection :of the same, notwithstanding gal nishee garnishees in any such I of said attachment, and when them now-I'' and their posterity f ,,
Upon store keepers, ten cents divisions may have been suit or suits, unless the defendant the amount-claimed is less than :hereafter. They are those of pub-- f.
for each hundred dollars of stock made in said counties, and the in such suit orsuits; have sufficient one hundred dollars, such notice lie education-of Internal Im '; f
in trade. collectors of said taxes may pay over property to satisfy the same. shall be proved to have been post- pro'yement-or relief from taxa- .,:
Upon Auctioneers one quarter the same in the manner directed Sec. 7. Be :if further 'enacted, ed up at the court house door andat tion, when taxation would be most : "
per cent, tin The amount of their by the court, which imposed That when a suit is commenced by three other public places in the required and most burthensomethe j :
commissions. said taxes, and the same shallbe attachment as aforesaid, it shall county,for at least six weeks before efficacy of a military system '
_ Upon Doctors of medicine, disposed of in satisfaction of and may be lawful, for the officer, the cay of trial. for defence in providing arms
three dollars. the just: and equitable claims a- executing such writ of attachmentto Sec. 14.And be it further enacted, and Arsenals, and all the Mate.
Upon Lawyers, five dollars. gainst said counties respectively. serve upon the person or per- That an act regulating the modeof rials of' War, for which, no State j
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, Approved, December 28th, 1824. sons, who may, be named by the proceeding on attachments" ap- ought to be dependent on another,
That it shall be the duty of the > said plaintiff; as garnishee or garnishees proved August the 13th, 1822 and, and indeed every .subject which I
An act regulating the mode of proceeding a notice. requiring such an act regulating the mode of in peace or w.r, can conduce to
county courts to
respectively
ap on attachment attachments" the safety or prosperity of the .
proceeding on Pawed .
garnishee
point l or garnishees- appear
a and
treasurer intake
county Be it enacted the Governor be and the State, and requiring for its moat
from him bond with sufficient by at the term of the court, when the June 27th, 1823, ,
secu."ityfor a the faithful and Legislative Council of the 7 rr- said cause is jo be tried, to set same are hereby repealed. useful and energetic ,application-
formance of his duty. I per ritory of Florida, That it shall be forth upon oath; what goods, chattels Approved., December- 28th,.1824.- the propulsive instrument- ,money. II IITo 1
Approved December 28th 1824. lawful for any judge or justice of money and effects, belongingto dilate upon'tbese topici9'814 ;
the peace to grant writs of attach said defendant} were in their ,11IS CEL W be to consume. your time.uselessly. jj
in let making further provision for the ment, directed to the ministerial hands, power ;or control, at the -Your own wisdom will better
collection of Taxes. officer of the superior and county time of the service of such notice, Georgla.-In consequence of.conyocaiion A supply the argument in support of
Be it enacted by the, Governor courts, commanding him to attach and in what sum he or they were of the Governor, the each. Suffice it to say that, the
rind Letilative Council of the 7 crroory and take into his custody, so much indebted to the' said defendant at Legislature of Georgia assemblein accumulation of a fund for inter '
o Florida, That it shall be of the lands' tenements, goods, the time aforesaid. And upon the extra session on Monday 23rd palscale improvement' 'on an extended !
the duty of the county courts at I I and chattels of the person or persons answer so made by the ,garnisheeor of May last. We extract the fol will, by its judicioas> 'application .

\. the first session of the said courtsJ i against, whose property the garnishees, h shall and may be lowing psssagesTroai the Gover: : aomaltipty. "relouric! \
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<<1 'augment your income, as'' oC, bama"had< in fact given her .we ask not either their be sympathj'our: phy- early.War, scenes alarms: of ,the and Revolutionary implement! ry'bow,,she n.,!1ikd.._.."rben he .newp1a cij .1

to' enable you eventually tot replace es&ent, and had sought ,with muc'hs orWislanccrr-ii may you hay n
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i used in those scenes. 0-
; which thing to
s-U is our moralstrengitL were complain l ?"
abundantly litiiude ,
1hat Fund-pro.r $the concurrence of sical wbakt! C'NDt
p h
and I radOffXt"W.Mtnthfy Jfagazin; only master
for all "the wants, of the, Georgia.$ Very recently her for Hli} ethe Greeks American Acvy.--A \V sning- bad wd missus ta1k 'U h
to very
State with Taxation 1 me 'r soft tion Jthis'ubject Romanj the.iflOnent We cease grammar/ --
!: k -dispense : \upon ton paper states, that we shall Gaz.
and place you in all these respects have been rescinded, and Georgiais be masters we are slaves-we I' soon have in commission, or ready -

on a fooling with the most favored led. free to run the line with or thenceforth. minister.like the .no- service --
for : -='A
of your sister Stales, who, with without her she dein ItalianS to the 'luxury ana 7 IlllE1GeJ't.
Line of Battle Ships
Jess means, h&ve accomplishedmore. may deem best. The'correspond-\\ pleasure of our masters-poets, 10 -
." ence with the painters, musicians and sculptors Frigates, \ from the Buhinurej.nlrrcV ,;;:
Corvettes, 2 e anxiously uwaii
I_ / "Having foreFeen that troubles and! tHe letter of the Governor of we may; be-the moral (qualities fair Sloops of War, 15 from Mr. Miller, the Inlt"liigtnc"i
would make us
i might arise in the Indian country, Alabama are submitted." : however which additiGnal young American "
the ones enthusiast
including ten who
has
from the proceedings at, Broken "'Since ,you were last in session partakersoflhegrandeurofagrealempire would authorised at the last session of tified his glory with that of jdtn.
Arrow and the Indian Springs, 1 much of anxiety and concern have would be gone.-We .who has Greece *
with
corresponding embarked
in
sought an early opprtunity after been manifested for all the inter- stand stripped: and desolate under Congress proportion, of light vessels. i iPhilcddfthia and determined to ahcre her catl J

the first indications of them to despatcn est connected with the Bank of a er'id.sun. and tpon ,a generoussoil i in the
rs: June 1. His Excellmcy or
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prospeiity adversity of
Aid de-Camp, Col. La- Darien. The origin of the excitement a mockery to ourselves, and that ri*.
p my "t- _Iut.- with De Will Clinton, Governor ing public. It thai'with
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into the Nation with a talk and depreciation the--- very' -- rnntrast- -- a - .. ,__ .... __ appears he
:% mm, consequent and foresight, we ol the mate 01 eW-T\l1 h, z.1- U"1 ____.._ I ..., ,
firmness '
w. for that portion of the tribe which of tjie paper ofthat Inslitution may little been. I intreat rived in this city last evening, in the Greek Comniiiiec ol'Bci.-.

Ai had menaced M'Intosh and his be considered fit subjectb of inv s- might have you that the citizens' line steamboat Penn ton, and conveys information ,,

friends with injury. This duty tigition.The report of a commit therefore, most earnestly, now and sylvania. It is a long time since should think more to be relied
it is not 1 too late, to step forth, Cl1
to satisfaction tee to examine the state
was performed entirely my :appointed Philadelphia has-seen what is now than that which reaches us iron
will of its affairs been reviewedand haxng ;exhaused the argument,
as perceive by having
Morea
:k, you within its precincls-an acting the consisting of extracts
: the report of Col. Lamar. They ; adopted by you, left at the tosland by your arms. Governor who is a man of talents of letters written by irresponsible
the most,friendly senti- close of the session the solvency of "Your: Fellow-Citizen,
professed
his office characters whose
TROUP.II and acquirements, equal to names sre
G. M. not
both toward the whites and the ,Bank indisputable. When on .
ments
and who his election to given-perhaps ofttn ,"
-------- ; owes gross forgeries .
toward M'lnlosh, and gave assurances a subsequent occasion it became of
c; "flOMKSTIC.Shiftiing the weight of his charactertothe incapable detection. Cog
that they'were meditating necessary ,for the Executive to <
:kt general impression: in his State sidering the situation of this
It is believed order connected with this -
i harm to neither. I pass an tli'e1st of his servicesand and his
in Aev> -irk.-Oo of the superiority I young gentleman standing
from recent information, that they depreciation, and the adminisir Greek
with the
Committee
in this qualifications.-Aat. Gaz. he
,
and I tion of the finances I did hrsi- instant, there were port, Cat
not
acted in perfect sincerity good 8c Talbot's Register Two. rnnnl. hnntft.... arrived, at New r have no immediate cbiect to &..._
hy Merry -- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
faith and that the subsequent de tate so to act, as to conform the : '**
cau'
68 ships, including iwo Briliih York, in 21 hours from Albany, lily by representing Hie of
... c Tv. rtnrp from it was the result of order both to your express opinion I I
of thousand thc Patriots
--- --- -- and one Colombian frigate with a cargo sixty-seven as more favourablethan
.f the packets
interfe- and
! the aclive and malignant the practice
and five hundred The l ciicumstances will
97 schooners 187
83 brigs, eggs. warrant.
:. ::. solicitude As hdheefl ;
II ;.., :, L rencfrof white men.-In. my Treasury. no change sloops, ,45 steamboats, employed. French have 368 different ways of He has staked his life, fame and
insiilulion
and made in the condition of the -
happiness
: t' for the
C (: peace be Building, 8 ships, 5 steamboats, 41 I dressing eggs. Here, then, is a character on the issue of the stiug.
of this afflicted race who were about I would suffer none lo
c ,
b rigs, schooners( I i Ughl ship- fine opportunity for Mr. Sykes, gle and he has all these motives
/ fortunes made in the and receiptsof
t ', ? to leave us to new payments ,
try
,. Proclamation untilyou total 502: vrsicls! of all descriptions who advertises, ever and anon, a to impart to his countrymen information .
bills
: in adislanlUndTissued the its at the Treasury
and those Fn-nch Breakfast, to give a proofof the most
under: 60 tons, at accurate.
of March should order otherwise, and
; .,: of the 21st :
to. which immediately followed the I whilst 1 woull uot permit tny I the Unijled St HCS' Navy Ya'd, not I his proficiency in the culinary Wltn these preliminary r murks,
i ncluth4J I '" 1.. Gazette.Toe art-a la Prallcaise.-.N'at. Jour. we beg leave to call the reader'
and thusTranscended to be taken which wouldbe I
of the measure
: : : ratification Treaty,
:. en. construed into depreciation at Philadelphia ;aprra, inform 1 The Iiidiaticpolis Gazelle of ,hc attention to the following, intelligence -
i the obligations
J IU1IICU UJ atlV% u.i/. '- .a...... .. ..........1' s- nUU.t't"__ ........d 'i5. thatl; the body cf z drowned : 17th Mav, contains an account of imparted! by Mr. Ahller to
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: '"- "ni their own pledge that that would have the least effect to \va&discovered and raised onTueii'aylast the tiial, conviction and sentence, the orcek Jommuire, oy a letter

,_ thc ;should be kept among embarrass the operations of the : in \i., river Schuyl- of Andrew Savvjer, John T. dated the fourteenth of Jdi.uar
peace kiK I I'Jar of bread in- Bridge and Junn Bridge his son, last, the substance of which
'f-:" themselves. wished to see no other institutions and *.hi&l was the :, l.y pacing a is
h about three of for the murder of the Indians at : thus given in the Boston
interruption of it by the Georgians more proper because the ihrruullies to II C ounces Daily

i* .': and honourably for them, of the one institution (1it'l, I quicksilver had been introduced, Fall Creek. They were to be executed Ad ve..tibcr- _

.1, t there has been none. 1 verily bet be ascribable in some degree to in thf 'atr.! Two experimentswere on Friday the 3d June.- He says, continues the editor

j: ; .lieve that, but for the insidious: remissness or indiscretion in the I Jfude: in the first insancctin John Bridge it seems is but eighteen "that amidst the gcreral distress,

; practices of evil minded white management, for which it wts certainly -I lo J' floated about 50 or 60 feet years of ag.', and was induced! equal to what any people ever endured -

;\f"; :':. men, the entIre nation would have : not entitled 10 fa* our, whilst I and then became stationary, re- to commit the murder, by his Father it is the universal declara

:; : .moved harmoniously across the i the operation at the Treasury still niainhg! still for 25 minutes, although and Uncle, and has since tion of men, women and children

''';' 'h '\'Mississippi. The massacre ol: continued! favorable to it, inasmuch chips were thrown into the shewn much penitence. The court within the very neighborhood of

, '.' :M'Intosh and his friends. is to be as the receipts and payments bring watertoimove it. On the second and jury ;have recommended himto the enemy, that they will sooner

, :" attributed to them alone. Thai confined *.o Darien bills, and thi: trial, he, loaf floated to near the the mercy of the executive, and all die than come again under the

, i',', chieftain, whose whole lii'e had receipts exceeding the payments same spot ; and immediately afterwards advised his pardon.Electioneering. power of the Turks-that they

i been devoted to Georgia, as faithfully there would be a constant accu'r.- the body appeared on .-A notice is published have a general aversion to the

.f, as to his own tribe, fell beneath l lation of such: bills and consequently the surface about three feet from in the Ilillsborough paper of Franks, which will prevent their

'1 the blows of the assassins, l lf a subtraction to that amount the I o i f.-No!. Journal. the 4th of May, for the citizens of accepting a .prince, should one be

: :'".' when reposing in the busom of f from the circulation of the coun- Such is the demand for CottonSeed Orange county to meet in that town recommended by the European

,., his family upon the soil of Gear1 try. in the neighborhood of Che- on Tuesday, the 24th inst. immediately powers,-and that the Greek

',,; : gia-the soil which he had defended In other State of the Union raw, S. C. for the purpose of after the adjournment of Government is daily gaining
. every 'lantiti increased court, for the of forming strength and ,there is fair
t'l: against a common enemy I I where hank cretin has been an quantity, purpose a prospect
\vuich i that it is selling at five dollars an association tu electioneering. of
: and against his own blood- I sustained, these institutions mutually per discourage a speedy settlement of internal -
-
c,; he had relinquished forever to our aid and assist each other, and u hel.-6cT>annaA Georgian. This looks like taking dibsentions. Mr. Millerwas

b just demands, and which lie nad by harmonious co-operation main Dinner, to General Hull.-Y es- the bull by the horns, in good. present at a Congress of the

:: ,. abandoned to our peisenl use, only tain unimparcd the culating medium -, tcrday a number of respectable ci- tamest. The practice of electioneering principal inhabiiants and generals -

because we asked Il. 'So tbul a of that State.-Those of tizj-ns of|Nurf.'lk, Middlesex anti has become so }palpably de- from the departments of

i: 4. : murder, perpetrated by a foreign Georgia must profit by this wise Stiff,lk Counties' gave a sumptu- structive ol* public mora!!, that we Western Greece which was held
,
: ,: ',' force upon our territory within ex mple.-Interest and credit are us public dinner to General Hull,I should suppose evory good citizen at Anatolico, Dec. 16, and sat ten

.., q 1' our jurisdiction, called aloud nut to be found in rivalry and discord at the Exchange Coflee House. would wiliiugly contribute his ( The proceedings i ere conducted

', i'; for vengeance. ItV s my settled and it is sincerely hoped and Tile Hon. William Sullivan presided aid and influence to discountenance with much order and regularity

.: :;/' purpose( having first consulted believed; that in this instance on t'e occasion, assisted by it.V c- know un- no u_ r.lan.----- hv-J'' and all the affairs of Western

; 'f--: the Government at Washington conflicting opinions have been the Vice rl"t>sidt'ns. which the debasing practice of Greece were amicably discussed .

'',; to have dealt out the full measure result of misapprehension or mis The toasts: and addresses were gaining the sufl'ragesofthe people and sealed, though the of-

'-'.. of that vengeance ; so that take. The great institution ol the appropriate, dignified and independent. through the influence of intoxi- ficers and solditrs who have defended ..
;
. ', : honor, humanity, and justice be- United Slates keeps them all in I I .-Bor. Pal. May 31.Cargies.Lhe cating liquor, can be so effectually the country for the last six

E 1 ing satisfied, whatever stain may checkand should at the same time Valuable ship checked, as by means of associations months have received neither rations -

! ;1 have been left upon our soil, none keep them all in Union." Maria Tuftoh, which cleared this the members of which should clothes ncr money. Therewere

rcr: should upon the page of our histo : Since last day, for Liverpool, has a cargo of stand pledged not to vote for any two thousand soldiers in the
your meeting ;
t',. ,' ry. feelings have been our 1036 bales of Cotton, weighing man, good or bad, who would descend town, who came with their different

;: .H. : Bui the Representatives of the by officious and impertinent again outraged inter- I. 305.428 pounds, valued at g 151- to the use of the whiskey- commanders, yet ihf re was no

,' ''. People were about to .assemble, medlings with our domestic 405 83 eta.' which is the greatestin bottle, in order to gain his election. riot nor disturbance. He considers

who would bring with them feel cerns. Beside ihe resolution con- value exported tne present year. Such a plan, we believe Mavrocordatos the first man

.,_ .,: ,":... ings and sentiments corresponding sented for the consideration of pre the The ship' Isabella, likewise cleared would ultimately do away the evil -in Greece, in point of talents and

l., '.. to ine occasion, lempered by a Senate by Mr. King of NewYorkit this day, has a cargo of 1046 complained; of and leave the people influence. He has defended the

.., deliberate wisdom and a sound bales Cotton, weighing 322,598 free to VOle for whose
is understood that the Altorney men probity province the last year without mo
discretion ihe task is cheerfully pounds valued at 113,892 91 and talents alone would ,
General of the United States recommend ney, yet his officers are attachedto
,
I resigned to them, and whatever in who be cents.-Southern Patriot. them to the public favor.Soll'tllenz him. Mr. Miller expected 10

the last resort they will -lhal will 1 may his Government presumed to faithfully represent Paying'\dearly for the 117k i8tl .- Luminary. march on the next day, a volunteer

be done. and to speak as its mouth-price A suit Ws determined during the IVretched consequences of Gam under Col. Jarvis, ia an expedition
"The rnnstrrnatinn and alarm, spring term of the Court
Superior
I hag maintained b/ing.-A young man previously against Lepaiilo. Patras iras
before
_ _ _ which recently the
immediately followed the at Halifax, N. C. which had been excellent character
Supreme court doctrines on this was latelysent to be al'acked at the same time by
- death of MMnlosh, rendered necessary fifteen years in court, the jury returned from the State :
- subject, which, if sanctioned: by Mississippi troops from Napoli.-He repeats
*If measures of precaution IIT1W' that Tribunal, will make it quite i a verdict: of one dollar, and to Xcw-Orleans to sell 77 bags of his advice that no Americans
as well fOlt the secuiity of the frontiers the
and
: easy for the Congress, by a short costs expenses amounting Cotton. After transacting the business should embark the Greek cause,

t as for the protection of'tlu- decree, to divest this entire interest to two thousand* dollars The parties well and! receiving pay, he unless they have resources to pro-

. .., I Friendly Indians, who, deserting without cost to themselves of were, Gregory vs. Hooker's was! beset, intoxicated and seduced vide the means of support. HUA-
their homes fled with their wives administrator.
; one dollar, or of one acre of pub- -Norfolk Herald. gamblers, anu lost the wholeof drvds adventurers he says hate

0 ; i I and children before the hostile lic land-this is the uniform practice Villainy-George Thompson of his money lie afterwards, in already perished in Greece, and

party, and presenting themselves I If of the Government of the United Camden County, Georgia, advertises despair, enlisted as a soldier. have done little or nothing for the
destitute and defenceless at various five
hundred
dollars
J Stales-if it wishes reward Idem. cause of Greece."
a liberty or
principle
f1 points of the frontiers asked for the
1 I apprehension ofVilliam A
Curiosity.'Vhile
established which il dare some work This
riov comprehensive summary
! iii bread of our humanity, and p Scott, a yoking who
pro establish for itself, a case is made man was en- men were splitting staves in the gives what we firmly believe to Lethe
[ k it tection of our arms. The Quartermasters before the Supreme court, and the trusted with twenty-eight bales of town Rovalton in this State, last state and condition of the

were directed to sup principle once sealed, the act of coU nto be disposed ofin Charles- week, a live frog was found in the Grecian Republic, without any
ply the one, and our Generals or Ion ; but instead of the timber six
Congress follows of selling cotton inches from the out- flourish of words
Soon
course.
! $ or intemperance
dered to afford the other, and both in Charleston:
L Lr he side.
it The
shipped to
very soon therefore, the United tree was perfectly of anticinaiion.. Lte infjrmaiion
at the expense of the United I New York sold it
and
abscondedwith sound
States Government excepting the occu- has business i is
discarding the space a cast about it, it
States of which
: had
they due notice. the proceeds. Scott is
ahou
mask will lend pied by the frog, which was
openly itself just communicated
to who seeS
a by a man
;
The orders and instruc feet
-j 5
;0 inches
high, sallow wide
combination of fanaticks for the com enough to admit its body. existing ciifncyiliies and dangers,
; ; tions to Maj. Generals Wimberly, plexion, dark eyesblack hair and The
destruction of number of grains between and the
every thing valua- of future
means triumpha
; Miller, and Shorter, with the correspondence ble in the Southern country.Onemovement 23 yeafs ofjage.Koston. \ I where the frog lay and the bark of triumph founded net on for-
t kc. laid before .:
are The Bunker'shjjll
: of the monument the tree was The
Congress unre- thirty. frog appeared eign aid but on the moral and phy-
you. sisled by you and all is lost. Temporize contemplated at Boston, lively and evinced considerable s'cal energies of the pcoplc-
1.i : "The United States Government will be one 'of! the most noble and joy on its release )
no longer-make known from con- their distress, poverty, their deficiency
;:! have been again advised of ihe' your resolution that this subject interesting edifices' in that country. finement, by the free use of his of means are acknowledgedand
It
: earnest desire of the Government shall not be touched by them but is to be column; of granite 250 limbs, which had been held so apprl'dated-nothing is kept

"of Georgia that the line between their feet in height, which is higher long in "durance vie.-/r.!
at peril-bui for its sacred than r. Pafi. behind the curtain, and yefhe augurs -
, this Stale Sc: the State of Alabama the monument London, or Messrs. Baldwin
I guaranty by the constitution, we Durocher, and success and! glory from a
e : r should be run and marked. The never would have become partiesto any steeple in America : to :be ascended M'Closkey, Commissioners to lay source that never has been known

United States answer to the last that; instrument-at this moment the by a| circular stair way to out the road front Detroit to Chicago 1 lo fail. The determined and inflexible

request, that it is a concern of the you would not make your- top, from which a most beau- commence their operations spirit rises with an elasli

:li ,;; two States exclusively, in which selves parties to any constitution tiful and extensive I prospect will be ''I this day. The line of the survey I city proportionate to the weightof

.9fpi the United States will not inlerJfere. without it-of course you will not presented is estimated lo the spectator. The will begin at ,the Military Square the 1 pressure that sees no evil so
cost
,. On the former occasion, as be a party to it from the moment to raise which at 75,000 dollars, : in this city, and continue nearly a fearful as disgrace-no catastrophe
:4 you will remember the General the General a subscription will direct
Government shall course towards the most so dreadful as the sacrifice
tti ; Governmen| declined a participation make that movement.If be lodged |hi every town in the southerly point of Lake Michigan.Detroit of honour. A people of this kind,
'iM! and the State. It i is a part of the designof
upon allegation singly this matter be an evil it is our the founders (;az. may be trodden down, oppressedaconqueredbut

.. that the State of Alabama had own-if, it be a sin we can implorethe and patriotic all to collect Progress of I?ejinenzen-A they cannot bft
II rot given her assent. The State preserve printed, manuscript Fact.-A
-r forgiveness of it lo reravvc it and young woman meeting a subdued. One sentence alone In
personal histories of
the .former fellow '1iUcntfl
servant, was asked the above letter cf Mr. !


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toGrrect.ccAmidst \ 13.: 7V. r ,| a libertY { in vengeance _
Independence, we glory their
inSUr es rUl distress. equal to what political moral power over us. his unfeeling :and unmanly taken not long afterwards by the July.4-U. S. Transport Schr;

the grn !' ever endured, it is the VOLUNTEERS.By threats_of the terrible vengeance French. Dominic de Gorguc's, a Florida, Baker, Tampa Bay via .

nr pcop., declaration of men, "0rolrer the !,President-Political honesty which he would wreak on the remnant Gascon of adventurous and deter- St. Marks. .,

11 !children' t very Delf' ;b- and moral virtue. of this wretched and devoted : mined spirit, collected party of ( ._

Jt1t'h fc of the enemy, that they Hcv. Mr. Maenhaut-The Constitution people, if they should clare, in con- II. his countymen, and being joined --: f
the United State*Drawn by the PUl\LIC
of
than I formity with the established laws the Indians AL'E.On .
Sooner all die, come a- I wisest men, may it be the light and guideof by attacked the fort

under the power of the I I I the whole Universe.Mr. and usages of their nation, to inflict I in which the Spaniards were col. Wednesday the 20th inst.
I II .
gil0 : I I lUmlenbergh-Proiperity to West I II upon the tiailor M'lntosh, lected, and having carried it by "

'l': rks.:'he Ji"'' T. Mercantile Advertiser I ami East Floiida-For the young oak and and his perfidious associates, that storm, hung up the garrison on JVILLBEsOij)

J'rom June 14. old hickory to flourish.A. punishment which their black and the same trees that sustained themouldering Arul 1Jj
POSTSCRIPT.fasi .J.Clajjtrelt Esq.-AVhen a national festivity il@1g
atrocious merited
richly bodies
demands a public celebr.ltJon-Dis- crime so of his countrymen -

fast sailing ship Lucilb, comfiture to all cabal and private associa- is viewed throughout the limits of inscribing over them, that BY HENRY MICHELKT,

C tain Wilson, arrived last evell'Pfrom tion.Mr. the United States, with universaland they were executed .' not as Spaniard Licensed Auctioneer -

Liverpool, bringing advi- endletono-The Union-May it unqualified detestation. The !l, but as cut throats and murderers. I

) to the 15th of Ma>. stand until the Angel Gabriel plants "one annals' of our history has been disgraced ." Nine hundred widows THE NEGRO WOMAN NAMED

tfS understand the 1 Cotton marlS foot upon the sea, and the other upon dry MARIA
PATY
of infamous said
\Ve by no event so are to have petitioned to -
land, and swears by him that liveth for.cverandcver ,
l lively at full prices. The 'a nature as the. solemn mockery Charles the Ninth for aid and
> *: that"time shall be noD *nn- vengeance Belonging to the Estate of the Ute Fran
,c'I.'.,*t\rr :c: tho l.'J ut ar.P.nnnt U'p' '" '"m resorted to for the purpose of obtaining on this occasion. ci co Touard, deceased.
in the P"**** 'Qjjrd Maj. A. "". I lami Iton.-Watldngton the extinguishment of the
D.
LiTJtrjloo.ftlay 9, 5. -P. M.-On : the father,who fm>t, in America's right, Indian title to the land held by From-the-Central Quina,

the demand for Ainerin sounded the trumpet Liberty, and with Gazette. .lJdm itralor. ..
Saturday Brazil Cottons rather im- filial awe, crowds attend. them in Georgia ; and the formal WM. II. CRAWFORD,-We sawa July 8th, 1825-18-2w.SAILED.. i

and and ceremonious execution of the gentleman some day since, who _

p ro 'd-salfs about 20CO; bags. Fire Company No. 2.-At an electionfor treaty, by an assembly of Chiefs, resides in the vicinity of Mr. LIST of letters remaining in -
the mukel
has been
'{his morning officers of Fire Company No. 2. held invested with no legitimate autho- Crawford. We learn, with great Post Office at Pensacolaon

still more lively, and not less than on Saturday the 2d inst. the followingwere rity by the tribe, only serves torender pleasure, that the health of Mr the 30th June, 1825, which, it ,

5000hags; have been taken by the elected for the ensuing six months it in our estimation more \:. is becoming better daily, and not taken out within three months,

trade and speculators at full rates. viz : odious and hatefuland! to avail lUl) there is every probability of a will be forwarded to ihe General
F. H.
Nisbct President.W.
4.. ffW favorite lots are reported ali Hasell Hunt, Secretary.. ourselves of:its stipulations, and sptedy and entire restoration. Mr. Post Office as dead letters. '

small advance.Jn drive them into the wilds of the Crawford (our informant states) A.-Nathaniel Adams.
F. Brent Collcctor.Noah .
George
House of Commons .
the on H. Allen west, would and must, in the eyes is in the daily habit of using exercise B.-Henry M. Brackenridge 3,
Catholic Relief BUI Engineer,
the 10th' tht" James Ru&hton Jr. of all nations: that have, the slightest 01 foot, from which! his health William Blunt, James Bright, .
third time and
vas rcd a passed Jacob Ricketts |L veneration for the eternal, immutable receives much benefit. He lives Thomas J. Blaisdell, Albert J. K.

by a majority cf 1 21. James Pendleton, j.jZfCCIG10.' and holy principles of in l'eluent-apart from the Baker, Absolum Breland.C. .

Madrid, Jfiril 26.-The King \Vln.11.Vilson, J\ justice, be considered as the foulest hurly-burly of Courts, enjoying .--Thos. Carter, Henry Creech, t 4
acl.-cree which ,
Jiasissufd permits stigma on our national character "calm, domestic quiet" in the Roland Clapp, Elihu Crane, Rich- .

ihe introduction of foreign grain Excellent. is with pleastne we copy as a tyrannical abuse! of power midst of his family and friends. ard J. Compton 2, Juan CavillaJ. .J 4

into the ports of Cadiz, Algesiras, the fitlowiufl'om;, a Cincinnati paper and as an act of robbery -not as the The public have 'not ceased to N. Coxe. '

Seville, Ahnira, and Malaga, until take tl.i;; occasion to reiterate, that the legal exercise vI"2n ul1 oubtcd.s'lght.Rid17nonc take an: interest in the destinies of D.-Silas) Dinsmoor, John M. .

the 51st of :May. The duty is fixed proper officers ought to have the authority this
llhlg.Agreeably man. The shafts of calumnyare Davis, David Dunbar. jr. '
to compel obedience from by-itandcrs .
at lOriales perfanega.SATL'UlAY :to the piomise madein no longer dangerous to him E.-John Edwards. I
.. during the time of lire. Let those who ;
so -- -- -- lre not able to work, or who are :,fJ'lidof our last, we give, un the first there is no venom in-lignity, \,opoini F.-Samuel Fairbanks, Peter

IPrn J A @@U2Xa dirtying their clothes, stay at home on page of this day's paper, extracts in Satire, which can reach Farnham, John S. Forrington. IIBenjarnin
.
such occasions and not impede the exertiuis -
from Gov. Trpup's, Message to theLeJ.isla.ul'e the elevation far an hnnnrahlp G.- Gordon Calif
-== ----- "I' flac well ; their
worse
"Ji'Jl'oln.lIJJ' character and -
of Georgia. sportless reputation, Godly.
JULY 9, 1325.Tlir : Wan useless
presence. in the sacred of H.-Selina P. Hall
John
0- ----- -- A: GooctEramftle.-One of our Comment on this Message we retreat retired W

President of t'.ic United States has dandies bas been fined four dollars deem supeifl'ous'' being tutisfied life. There is a dignity in pri.vtc ,. Hall, James Harper, Holly Harper .: i i1*

rccojrni: *d Charles .l.Cazeiive Ks'ju'ra? with few virtuea about domes Levi Harris John
that our readers, very exceptions sanctity; Hervey,
by the Mayor for to
Com1C'rc.llg'nt; \ of the Republic cf refusing obey
win'ctltel'uin but tic life, which awes! the boldness Celia Hall.
one opinion -
Colombia, for thc District of Columbia, the orders of a Fire Warden during -
:nd tne Port of Norfolk,in the State of an alarm of fire on 'Fridaylasl. respecting; it. They can of vice, and commands its involun- J.-Charles J. Jenkins 4, Chas.S. .

Virginia. view it in no, other light, than as tary respect.From V. Jones, Robert Jones.
Let every one who in his- >
unfavorable K.-William T. Kilbee 2 An. iI
breathing a language most
own opinion i U too good to do his
The Pirs'dent of the Un'tel States Insjrcorr.iz'idtir to the permanency cf our : the.Mobile Commercial Register. thony Keasbey.L. '

; following Vice Consuls of duly like a man, keep out of the national union, and as cnnaiutin health of.JJu ile.-We have a- .-Francis Luster.

the !Republic of Mexico : way in time of fire ; as those who buiu&ut reason to be thankful toan M. John
from feeling wiicli are influenced Martin, John McGo- :
Veut'ira (Mrrg'c/H/'fcwiuire, for the Port neglect to obey the wardens will .

<,FNf iv-York ; certainly be fined on being reported and blinaed by party zcal.-Ra- tivei-ruling Providence, for the negall, Christopher Mathews,

Charles Titrnan for the Port of IJailijuore /cig/ enjoyment of one of the greatest William McLeod, Flora McLe- J fl ;
to the iv1ayor.Jiz'eznerance.A. ,
; anti .___Star.Cti:JJJJJJ ::- ,nJJJ:1- blessings, an unusual share ofhealth. band, Lauchlin McLennan, Robert

Jh'iiry B. Clew for Hie Port of Philadelphia ., The summer, has, this McDawelle, Lachlen McDonald .
horrid instance of! /Vt-n ,the fivukem Hcconler.On .
far, been uncommonly hot and dry Peter McCaskiH, Lauchliu
self destruction, caused by too refiner the first of to-day's -

ha'c.t'he celingfroiri the dci ia-'atioii' incident toa our readers page will find an interesting paper but ao far from this having pro- K: McLennan, Henry S. Myers.

Jil-ils: through Floricfl-'C single act of dissipation, Lttely occurred duced disease, it is remarked by P-William Pinkney, Collector _
of Tallahissee! of of 1
L-asure learning from description
: : a
; part
in Virginia, )Jr.Joii L.: Cockc
put an these who have resided here \Vest William
that Mr.: Hellamy lias been notified, that enu to his exigence, by discharging the East Florida, ,which from the facts: manyyears Key Prall. I :
for tie mail br- that the CiyVas R. William .
J.is never so
proposals transporting1 Rogers jr. 2, Jas
contents of a ]loathed Hun into his leinplcs, staled, was evidently al a very remote -
txvccn IVnaacoh ynj St. Augustine was free from fevers in the month of
Ramage, Washington Rowland
lie is represented as having been a ,
young inhabited civilized
period by -
a
jvtccplecl, but he has not yet bt'cn informed gentleman! of high h character and stand I June, as at present. Natives and Cu). H. L. Revicre, Danl. Le Roy .
al what time he will be required to people of whom scarcely a "
We also informed that the nig; and enjoying the confidence ami good strangers snare alike this seasonin & Co. 4. John A.: Russell, Daniel
are tradition
commence. I remains. It is singular
of all who km*tv him. Hut all
1'os'nuisUT at Taliaja! : ; !cc has been au- opinion his: prospects were suddenly blighted. I that the fate of a colonyas considerable au exemption' from the fevers, Ro bison, Maigaret Robbon. :

t'.ioji'J: to make a contract fvf transport- so generally considered as common S.-David 1. Shackleford, Na.
jr the nail between Tallahassee and He indulged _fbr once in dissipation, I as this is supposed; to have I
j h.cii; disordered his mind and made hima to the climate. than Shackleiord, Ambrose Sims, .
beenshould, be involved in much ;
3'a.i> Cr.r.it House, tieor ia, via Decatur so
maniac. He elf from home
strayed ,
(;. li. t.(o. once in two \vetks, so as to obscurny. Tiie conjecture lhat AbrahamSmithDmingoMatia& :
was found by some Iriend and :cnt backto Frim the Savannah Georgian June 17. de Silva
roncspunii ifiitsmovemtnts the newma Joseph Singleton. '
the settlement made Ponce
was by
.. his f..ther's house where with an unwise Four Commissioners from the
"I rout t-iah li ned between Hartford( T.-John Tanner. .
care lie was chained and trc\ll-lilke I de Leon, who was the first adtviilurcrtht -
\. co. and Montgomery' Ala. Mr C'anev.nus. Slate are to accompany Major AxDKKWS W.-John T. \Varfield Peter
madman. his mind ,
a Comin&to -finding visited Floridain! 1512
ustimter tl.ite ot'13th ult. that he ,
I Illinhelt'cliaied like brute his nice feelings into the Creek nation, for \Vi'kir.son Ed ward WeaverHugh
a ,
i \l)((.ted to lu\'e the Liter iu operation I U altogether improbable, us it j
wi-ie slung to the quick. Mortified Jr.e purpose of taking evidence \\'allotton, David Williams, Augustus .
l< tne 1st. ii.ot. does that he f
) nol appear even planted -
and degraded, he dreaded to meet the upon the subject of ihe late trans- Woodward 4
.... 2, John. : ,
colon The
there.
society he had ornamented,and determine a ) following'which
actions. General GAINES who is
I --- White Alexander
CteLrafJ:: of Independenc?.-Ilejoicirg1as \Vo-thingtot1.t
ed himself.
to destroy This was endeavoring we extract from an historical !
\\e ct<>, at fve!'\ thing \\hich evinces a to get rid of one crime by committing sketch in American At- joined with Major ANDREWS in Robert Mitchell. '
Gary's
wish, on tall! of the citizens Pensa the Commission the Govern-
1 puit \vcrae, as is too often done b) these by Pod Jllatter. '
cola, to i to that day, las, may; shed borne light on a subject >> -
J'lI) proper expect wna dip in the intoxicating bowl in ma- ment of the United States, passed Pensacola June 30 1825 18 3t
,
un the :anm\er of winch true A-- Inch the lapse of has
} every fly inbtaiiCCa the mode suicide is IOt so ages through Augusta for lillfdgt'ille :-
jiit-i'.can; ought tu rejoice ; it is uiih plea- in darkness.Ve .
summary: as the one above mentioned enveloped are .
Mire that \\ e publish the fo'iowin com- on Tuesday last.From Mail .
unfonunate drowns Arrangement.i1UEon .
Use
; maniac inclined toh opinion that the .
niumc.ition. account of'the 11--- _r6: Mr# .-."-
celebration -
giui.gun thought by a continuance of the: crime French Proiesuils \ Thursday at 3 P. M.
) :n t.iij, nua.bcr of I Hugcnots or : the National Intelligencer. It cs/thzg. .
place by a
lie i is aslumea to think of until a stop Closes on Friday at 10 A. M. _
j of below of whose dreadful June 15.
ttic citizens of Pens-icoU. .' i is put. to his life of degradation.- spoken ton Robert Mitchell
.I !tot corUiiflly: do we join in the sentiCKnt II'II'I How iimci is it to be lamented, that those persecutions in the 16th century -: DANIEL D. TOMPKINS, late ;

contained in Mr. ClajjgeU's toa\t'l who nigut be an oniament to suc.cly, and i history gatesample details, VICE PRESIDENT of the Unite Post Master.
, :lnd that it will he the Penaacola, June 30th,1825-18-3t. !
hnpe present in the delight! of their friends, du nut ra''ic? { were the fiis; settlers "of chat sec- States, is NO MORE. He expiredon fl
iiiindot '
niurnjot ever our) National indi\iduul Jubilees., previous It to is each but regain tii.;& estination, by a rcnunc'aiiunot lion of Florida. This i is the more : Saturday, after a long and pain- -
\ conliiiue:
ill in
tliLirfliult.tliauto so senseless -
Proposals Writing
.iu h' ehowever to bonic of our fellow citizens besUal and dcstrjctive ,icc. probable as it can scarcely be credited ful illness, at his residence Sta- ,
a
'
Ii to at*te. that if a general public ce- ( { that forts strongly: garrisoned ten Island, in the 51sl year of his WILL be received by the undersign i I ;
until of'July
tI lebutiun hail not Uctn there committee, the 10th
discoinfte't
\\ouidlia\ebeeiino ground tor allusion Governor Troup't .Ucssage-Our readers and supplied with artillery, age. His funeral was to take for the execution of the Mason'tani :

tI to prv...:... Lsci.:1oa.: will MaJ in this ilu)'s paper the MesCiu could hove beenstoraud by Indians place, with great attendance, and I. Carpenter's work, necessary for the erec

11.OUlllt nf Jnlv. .1g': Ottlic crnor o.t'COl'g:3.. : ulmoatenure. unacquainted aa the savage honors due. on Monday. From lion of a I
-- It is much to be lamented thatan of friend we shall -- --w.
then with the hand some ,
were :the use of fire arms.
I
In pur5.usr.cc of previous arrangements individual dis 'oied to aim a blow at The doubtless have a Memoir of his cJVlarketliouse f
orthe and
s. nu.bcrct'tlie citizens of Pensacola par- the root of our National prosperity, by an cruelty Spaniards: ,
look: : cIa pkc! dinner, prepared by Mr. attempt to alienate the feelings alone of the ample revenge ak.en on them_ life. It is not necessary for us to
the Ordinance of the 16th
Collins in J:ouo:, of the) aiiniverary of our the branches the Union, should hold so by the French aided by the Indians say to our readers, that he was a agreeably to .

Independence" ; at which M j. Tuc lugli! a station only to disgrace<< it. We may well account for the want distinguished patriot, and provedit mat.For turning 18 cedar columns, 10 feet ti iii

\\ RIUKT preMJect, assisted by Mr. UENJASII.N fully agree with the followinglncli we of Spanish records transactions by his conduct, at a time when
\\ YM.-*,as Vice President.<< Previousto adopt in lieu of any further remarks from long.
tilting down, the Declaration of Inde- ourbelf. so disgraceful and humilial l.g to patriotism was more than a name ; For framing, raising and shingling the 1-

f't'I.licl'c.C VMts ivui I b) L>. t;. Pmkliam, From the orfolk 1J llcon. Spain. that he was a truly honest, though roof and all other Carpenter's work (ex

lMI: al\ iNstiunal fired. The unfortunate loan, and at all cept ornamental.)
& salute
Governor Troiifia \ !n-i52 de Narvaez latterly
1lcBBagThe ( Pamphilo The plates extending on the turned Co
i'\11 ...i; toasts wi-ie drank on the occihccompaiiicd times an urbane gentleman His j :, -.
.: Richmond Constitutional obtained from Charles V. a. grantof luoins and those at a corresponding height '
on, by apj; J-opriatc nmsic: memor/ is entitled to the respect in the brick pillars, with the braces be.
"tl L.\ the dibclur;{'c of cannon. Whiff of Tuesday last, has the following all the lund from Cape Floridato ,
of his tween them to be planed on the sides
1. The dawc celebrate. remarks on the extraordinary the River Palmosin the Gulf of "'-' fI'''countrymen.':'! ...... ...-II: --- and lower edge, and beaded on the low
2. The fiages urn! Jlsroesxho ac/uev and intemperate message of Mexico, and in 1528 Narvaez landed er corners ; the shingles to be laid in five

our llJ':14ct-l'heir deeds arc recorded Governor Troup. The part of the at Appabchee in Florida, witha i inch courses. '1

fcoioai and ticr! virtues embalmed! in the- message alluded to will be found considerable :force, bur met witha tA SliP Itmf1V L3\ingbrick in twenty pillars and fur-
of'etry American.
nishing mortar fur the same. .
the
of to.daVe do formidable from
3. Thf Constitution of the United Slates in jur paper opposition 100 feet by 55to bfc ; ij
Laying pavement
-A rock. n: :UII>t which the surges of par- not rcnunber ever to have witnessed Indians and at last perished on the raised in the centre and descend towards (

*} pit n'uy! break i in ":"11. such reprehensible language, coast, near the, River Palmos, by ] 9rort the sides, the bricks to lie laid edgeways, t

tat 4. The;?/// ill the J1e/i1e.-\1)CI1 their from the Governor of a State, in shipwreck, only ten of his crew re- in sand. f.'
), t( rtii it iiiu.ti be obl *cl.
fCU' solemn of In 1539 Ferdi' Or : usavoxtt. All the materials will be delivered on i'
5. Tne late President of the United relation to the acts the tut ning to Spain. '
the market is to be e-
National Government nand de Soto Florida, and the ground, where
tizr.-\hv nis retii'IeIit be as happy : explored rected Contractors to furnish their own p

as 1ii!o.huilli..tratiul1 haf ocen prosnerous.C. The proclamation of Go,'. after visiting many regions, and ENTERED. attendants, the proposals will state the

Ti.,. (fll'tnllllerlt of the United States Troup, which we publish today, passing through a series: of romantic July 2.-Schr. Angelina, For- price per thousand for.brickwork,and for

-oilds I'aiuble: (If sea: preservation, tho'! the is a paper; which has aroused the adventures, died near the I syth, New Orleans, Consignees of i.I turning the columns, seperate from theCarpenter's
> houldkund i to their arms against I Pattersonand -
it. honest resentment and indignationof !banks of Mississippi in 1642, Cargo F. Pasquier, S. work.
ofthe market can be keen and
i. '* i.e rrcsident of the United State! almost every honorable man, About the middle of the 16th ccn the Master. the The plan explanation obtained by

Tie the of Floe of this unionto of France 5.-Schr. San Antonio, Roich, necessary committee.ALSO .
.J. Jmvnur of Territory from one extremity tury, many protestants application to either of the

r'iIlCl\\\ hu1nth joy las s'C' ppOU1t. the other. Whether that gen- persecuted by the Government, New Orleans, Cargo groceries Itf .1

nt-r.t.. ilcmau, in yielding to his intemperate : sought refuge in Florida, only to the Master.CLEARED. Proposals will be received, for the delivery

9. Th. declaration of Jld elLdtncc-\ zeal, was actuated by experience greater evils. The of 25,000 Best Cyprus Shingles..

romu11 :tion ( w111"to
t the 18feet
people, 10 long
H land-writing upon Bricks. peces
himself of title the sent out in New Orleans ; Cargo 6 inches square.
all tyrants. of availing toe to country, I 10 pieces 10 feet long)

19. Gen. Lafayette-A grateful- Repub- excitement in the public mind, to 1564, a considerable: force to dislodge -. 7Schr. Amelia, Reilly, New 70 Rafters 20 feet long 3 by .s in best -
I
Tc. rrcts:: him with the acclamation ofTen establish his popularity on a more them, the; greatest barbarities Orleans, in Ballast. heart stuff

:1I11,n%. solid basis, and to promote his were inflicted on the unfortunate Schr. Angelina, Forsyth, New 3000 feet rough edge boards.F.H.Nisbet. _

11. (.'"u. Jntlrne Jaclsw.T.C! c: n- ambitious or interested views, is a emigrants, many 01 whom ; Orleans, Cargo Bricks by the )

"we t-ror than kt w.j'leal\s-\t \V3hiiltOfl question which we shall not under- were hung on the trees, with an Master. Jn. de laRua,
conqueror. ARRIVED.
12. take to determine. But the angry inscription purporting that they N. H. Allen. 'I-
Th
f .lrmy find J\"wt/,-So brilliant. Schr. Amelia Reilty, :
i Frenchmen Julf 5- ,
of his address the unrestrained : were destroyed I I" not as '
:ctht11' )'OtlthfuIRchievcuumtt, what may tone June 22J, l 25.1S
expect from their uaturit/ violence of passion- by which it- I' but as hereticij": An ample St. Marks. .


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. 'r'h Amt'rien.n'Pt\ym 'r Fr'mlAe Weekly Liuriutui Gazelle. NOTICE. FRESH Pensacolaamong Book Store.
: .
k TO THE PUBLIC. The SiAscTihWP, Goods.THE ---
in weekly' numbers of UST --- ==
1s
published Spring received
i II; ',eight quarto pages, by J. S. SKINNER K.D. Ihehardton formed JJt.a Copartnenhip T. PetwJ man,in lLLappl1 athe J reeL from NeW-York.per Brig St. CIai,, 4
or the of Baltimore.At coun W-r and lor :
city
Postmaster 1JJ
supenor above Ie
SAVING Business the same will received late I ,4fl additional p.
has per
Subscriber assortment
5S per annum, to.be"paid, invariably District of Florida at which- B001,
conducted under the firm of to divide the real estate from New-York and New- are the follow .
advance.
in writ ,
., Richardson and Penniman.The partition deceased Goods, which, : E'V
,
Spring WOII1S.
; This Journal is handsomely printed, of th'e late Maria Carlota Ruby ,Orleans, a supply
of Advertisements both
in
quantity devisees of the with his former stcck, make a Rothe1an:
heirs and together a Uoma.nce
_ number the oftbe
xvith to illustrate amongst
engravings -
a ,
t great contained in the Louisiana Ga- < EngrLSh
languages,
In..
con viz tones
estate
real
the treated of. said Maria-which said complete assortment, : ,
subjects Fifty- xette, and the matter of a nature almost lots ill
.I, two numbers, a title page and an ample solely interesting in the City of New.Or-I sistsof the following numbered 10 Packages Hardware, viz : Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 12
wit : an<1824.with
Pensacola to Documents
volume. is for the of
Index make It written city
the
lean have taken much of its
lt by the intelligent and distinguished! practical as to render up a so matter of minor columns Numbers 50, 124, 125 126, 127, 129, Knives and Forks, Revolution, anC: tile life ?? 11ustapba Greet

; t Farmers in every State of the Union, importance to country subscribers. Un. 71, 72, 24, 36, 122, together with the Pen and Pocket Knires, All,

and is devoted the subjects of Agriculture der these circumstances, they have been L:1k 1\\11.1.JDING5 I Iron" Tinn'd Table and Tea Spoons, Buchanan's Sketches of the North A

Internal Improvements and Itural induced to commence the publication of a I Brtttania, do. do. rican Indians, with a plan for theirlDt! *

and Domestic Economy. To give a Weekly Louisiana Gazette jjjand appurtenances thereon. Gimblets Padlocks,Iron Nob Locks, lioration, ,
I better view of the scope and tenor of the said lots are now held Stock Locks, Chest & Cupboard do. Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems

: American Farmer, the following sketch the first number of which they now pre and owned in co-parcenary by Joseph, Screw Plates, Saws, Augers, Caissels, Thomas Campbell, *,

is subjoined ;* being the table of contents sent to the public. They design to ren Casimero Celestino, Benjamin, Maria Y. Files Hammers, Coffee Mills, The Cook's Oracle, containing R
: : of thr *rcn number which have already der this paper replete with matter inter i Candida inclJotiina Ruby, who have a Brass, wuutl anu f _*-..<. W>t-o. ( .. Thin f Q1rprv ? rh,. cCtlfr

appeared ofthe seventh volume. esting to country subscribers, adding to fee simple title to the same. and a great variety of other hard ware, &c. Biography of British Stage being ti

No -On the culture and preparation important foreign and domestic intelli- The Subscriber gives this notice as 2 cases carpenter's planes Lives of the principal Actors and At!

of Cotton fur market with engravings of gence political and literary, only such es- Guardian Benjamin Ruby and Joanna 2 casks Carolina hoes, tresses,

# machinery used; on the value and economy savs, and subjects as apply themselves to Ruy i on whose behalf the above mentioned 4 casks tin ware, assorted, The History of Matthew Wald, by tu

M of the Ox over the Horse for agricul. the State. application is to be made. Blacksmith's bellows, vices, anvillj,I author of Valerius &.c.
; L tural labour. Great match between Improved We shall exert all our physical and intellectual A- Jose Ortiz. Sledge and hand hammer, Hal lam's View .of Europe, durjnMiddle iu*
energies, in order that we may Iron Ages _
Short Horned and Hereford Cattle Swedes ,
which produced much excitement render this paper worthy the attention ofa Ur'r # Guardian.Pepsacola Foolscap paper wrapping do. The Spanish Daughter, I

lately in England ; on the sagacity and diserning public. A newspaper editor June 5th, 1825.-15-8t. Bar Lead and Gunpowder. The Human Heart, I

1t usefulness of the Shepherd's Dog by should be a man abilities, diligence Assize ot IVreaA.QTHE The Highlanders, a TaTe,
Goods viz
and firmness. He should tholt 15 Cases Dry :
': Col. J. 1I. Powel ; on the culture of the possess Scenes in Europe,Scenes in America,
t SO
habits of which essential price of flour being 6 peril
; and manufacture of Wine industry are The Blank Book ofa small Colleger
. GrApe as now : hat barrel the rate of bread shall be Ready made clothing,
information ,
the labour of ,
collecting ,
. Living Plays 4th, 5th, 6th 7th |
France obbett 8tb
F. practiced in by ; Proceedings checks 9*
for Domestic licking ,
bit.
f the Horticultural unrelenting vigilance which is evonthe from this day, 37 ounces a and 10th volumes,
T>
of
t
Society
wing ; that sullen, merciless sapicity, By order of the Mayor, Cambric muslins, chintz,
t\ London, ard ther election of the Editor handkerchiefs TOGETHER Wlft
that sulleN to ard that :N. S. Parmantirr.St1 lire M.ulras ,
nothing .
.,,1 of American Farmer as a member of escape silk do. Paley's Works complete, in 5 vob,
uarter.'itIiout flag
equally scorns to take, or to give Fipe
5" their body ; on the practicability of obtaining \ these knowle is almost t:.arJ. Fine cotton nose, do.half do. Kollins .Ucient History, 8 vob.
+ .. Good Water to flow on the surface > qualities 'ge Pensacola,June, 10th, 1825..VOTU.L. French shawls, osnaburgs Plutarch's Lives 8 vols.
these
useless, una in some measire,
'"... by bonng, in almost any situation ; Sporting indeed, may be said to create it. An editor Pins, needles, thread. Josephus's Works 6 vols.
: and other Anecdotes. &c. Hamilton on Pnrgatives
should possess the talent selecting, Superb gilt buttons
i :, No. 2.-On the burning and full directions combining, charging home his information To intruding settlers and others, 10 cases black out hats, Armstrong on Typhus Fever

.. :'so' for the use of Stone Lime A! manure that talent without which, the who commit waste on the fiublic 1 do. white do. Miner and Tully on Fevers,

''C;. with an engraving of his lime kiln, fiercest assailant rebounds from his mark, lands.THOSE. do. beaver do. Orfila'* Practical Chemistry,by Caifcl 1
-: by John Patterson, lsq. of Baltimore like the dart Priam frorr the shield of children's morocco do. Powel on Contracts,

,." :; county ; afuil account of Earl tlP1son' Ncoptolemus lie should possess that lawless persons wIll are fruity:: 6 trunks men's calfskin brogans, Morse's New Gazetteer,

.., management of his celebrated premium firmness, which contends for the last inch ( on lands of the United 1 do. Ladies'. Morocco, do. Walker's Dictionary, Octavo andPocirt.
farm the State of New States, and committing waste Milton's orks 2 vols.
in York ; on the of its ground, that firmness whicn often on publictimber gilt,
.I diseases of various Fruit Trees, and how fails of success, but which never can be \ are hereby notified, t'.iat: measures aLso Thompson's Seasons, 1 voL gilt,

to cure them, by James Worth, of Pennsylvania conquered that firmness w.iich a superior have bce/i takfh for a rigid enforcenr.t'iit of 100 barrels Whiskey, Beauties of Shakespeare, do.
; ;
'. ; on tIC construction of Rail I the lawsof tu-! United States in such cases Campbell's Poems, do.
__.._ __ _. mind so nrooinilv; feels in a proud I 25 barrels Flour_
: 1a &- A__. 4L._ _..... Dvut.. ul. conciousness ot the wealth and amplitudeof I rnde ; !\d_provulcJ, they arc horeljy ordered Hervey' Meditation, <2
.f ... Desultory, Iteader. its resources.It i tn dl'ssl from jucn oflenccs forthwith 2 bbds. Sugar, Pilgrims' Progress do.

.f ;No. 3.-A recent English Prize Essay falls to our lot to possess but a very I otlerwue: the} \\'Abe\ prosecutedto 30 bags ( Pope's Works 2 vols. do. .3

* ; on the Horse, with an elegant engraving, small share of any of the above pr -reqUl- the utuobt n.or ot the law. oft.ee.H. Lights & Shadows Scottish Ufed .

'>11';: showing by its proper term every part ofthe Site qualifications-but we promise our Given tnder my hand, at the city of .L\llen. ALSO,

,- annual, (this paper alone i:. worth to readers not to be deficient in zeal to render Wnslring.on, the 2.ut. ciay oi March 1825. April 15,1825.Spring. The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard

every farmer the subscription for a j ear) ; our paper worthy of patronage.The (TCO. Graliani2 Life of Franklin, Paul and Virginia,

.! extracts on various subjects, from Agricultural \''l, eeklj Louisiana Gazette, will be Commil toner of the General Land Ufice. Goods. William Tell, Gulliver's Travels &c.& .
,
'4 .. Addresses ; valuable! suggestions published every Saturday afternoon and 8tlj.NOTICE. WHICH,
a on the improvement \\ ool ; Hogs, extraordinary bent off to subscribers in the country by together with the stock heretofore OQ
.
i weight of some, and their Sunuay morning's mail-this arrangement hand, composes a very extensive and
: : general
keep ; numerous valuable receipts; Sport will enable subscribers to receive the la- STONE & NISBET
.. I rereby given, That at the next term assortment of books, and will be
and other
Anecdotes.
aii a IS
; test intelligence: tram different sold at the New-York for
quarters prices
cas .
ofthe Hon. the Scanty will -*
s, No, -*.-l/n tlie culture and qualities of or the country. present\ the accounts and "vouchers Court and i HAVE received per brig St. Clair from Country Merchants and public or printe

: various "'riCbCS. on the compar-4llve. pcn oiis in the country who may wish make final settlement ofthe estate ot I Libraries furnished on the most liberal

\ lue and economy ot tnc Horse ; i.nproved to become subscribers to this paper will Jacob Odell, late of Pensacola, deceased. : cD packages merchandize, containing terms, and such books as are orderedwi
.;,, Snort Horned tattle; the Cherokee please give u* notice through: the PostMasters I a handsome assortment of are not on hand will be procured withu

Rue ; on tne qualities cl Stucco, as used oi lueir respective towns, when, James Carr, : fancy and staple articles suited to the season little delay as possible. Orders froa a

for protecting and beauulung tile ejAerior it they desire it, we will forward the papers Feb. 25-51, -tf. ..Administrator.Coffee viz distance will be as promptly attended to,

01 hou-jcs ; on tne construction ot commencing with the first number. --- Printed muslins, various qualities, and meet with the same liberality si \

:'.: I Kad Uajs, being a Premium h *ay from Tins paper will be published once a & Preserves. 4-4 London chintz, personal application.

.:!, Scotland, with all the engravings week in the English Language, and for- 100 Bags green na,anA Coffee, Fancy prints, chintz shawls, \%1_. HaselLHunL

'o No. 5.-A valuable lissay on Sheep u aided to subscribers: at five dollars: per 5 boxes preserves, aborted in Cambric handkerchiefs,

the origin: management ana qualities ot annum., payable ui advance or three dollars each box, n-ceived pi'r Schr Amanda Robe patterns do.coloured flounces, April 12th, 1825.

S the J'"lnshleruIO FIOCKS, b'\ Autiion} 1 per ais mouths, to be paid in ad Malvioa, and foi sale by Leno book and jaconet muslins,

.. Morris, :sq. from notes made In pam; vance. Stone & Ni isbet.WIASELL 9-8 and 6-4 cambrics, MUSEUM

on cuiiiig 1" lJaccu ; Indian corn, cur.oua Uichardson &. Penniman, occupy the Muslipatam handkerchiefs,
&lut.hC HLJ-JsT White and col'd merino & cassimere Of Foreign Literature an(
,', ara > ;: experiments: in the culture spacious building formerly known as the ,

of, by Mr. rseabnwK" ot Soutliaroliua ; City Hotel, in Doa.ere street, between Caual'and draw deeds bills of sale, pow shawls, Science.

".-' rrocecumgsol the l'elll h.uuabrlcul Cu&touinousc streets, from which' WILL of attorney, bonds &c. in the Silk-scarf*, do. long shawls assorted, Publisher
tural society ; Orcias''w k i'''* .t u valuableircucal I the Daily and Weekly papers will be regularly most approved forms, and attend to any Coloured lace acari's and h'kfs. E. UttclL. 88, Chetnvttt. Pili.

":' "' ] CI>>soy on its cuhmr, (!.IahtiesI I issued. other wnting which may be committed to Silk hose, white and col'd bordered is composed entirely, as its title&

: anu value ; on the culture oi v mcs ; the I ria>'mg consolidated the office of the him, with promptness and accuracy, and cravats, IT ples; selections from foreign !

; Holly, uow,usea mlu.dllIri. on the cultivation late Orleans Odette, and the Louisiana on reasonable terms ; his situation in Printed and white Marseilles nals. A few words may show that It i*

1. 01 the W lute .Muloerry and the I Gazette, they have four Printing Presses; the clerk's office renders an application Blue and yellow nankeens, however, far from being adverse to oa

; biikMonn; on various Caiuis ; llle1"cSl- and a general assortment of Type and : to him convenient for those who may be Linen Drilling with col'u silk stripes, own institutions or literature-and thai

jug miscellaneous ueuis; bpoiuug Acb are prepared to execute all Book and Job about to execute any instrument of wr.t- Imitation, do. on the contrary, it may have an impetus

...- :; dotcs. fruitm consigned to them, with neatness : ing which is to b. recorded. Suspenders, cotton cassirneres, effect preventing the dissemination

No. 6.-A very able and interesting rte aud accuracy. I I 7-8 Irish Law ns, .L j doctrines in discordance with the prino-
DAVID C. P1NKHAM.Counsellor 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens in whole and
:' port oi the limon' Agricultural Society, ; 'i; pies upon which our society is constituted!,

: en Uie culture ot the Ume ami the Vine An Ordinance, ut Lav half pieces, Some of tile British Reviews and Map.
ia Lie aoutliern:: Stales; oi 5-4 Irisidieetings! linen damask ames are re-printed in this country e>
: Agricultural Society Proceeding of Albenuirle* Providing for the erection of a Market Having fixed his residence at Pensacola 3-4 do, diaper linen ticking, actly as they appear at home,and tiny IS

- ... ) baking Horses ; on preventing Dog" jon Jfoute,and antlwriting a loan to build the } practice law, in the courts! of Ladies' cotton hose, assorted, well as those which are not publiihd

,i'J-;' iioiu Ruling jstieep ; on the I'outoe Oil fume.S Escanibia, Jf'alton, Jackson, Gadsden, M lute and coloured cotton half hose, here, embrace much matter of little inter.
**"f ; it Ordained by the Board of .Jl IJ4W. counties and also Mobile. Ribbed white do.
the cultuie ut tile \'Lc and the manutac Is and Leon at est and no advantage to ourreaders
:: .' ture oi \\'.ne ; on the! itructure and men of the City of Pemucola, That He may be found at the: ollicc: of Col. Jo Russia diaper, cnibh, &c. &c. which is not unfrequently fitted to vitafr
$ powet Messrs. F. II. Nisbet J. de la Hua, and N. seph it i'mte.Pensacola 6 cases gentlemen's & boy's beaver
j : ol Locomotive Steam Lngues: wall au their literary taste, their mOla15.and ther
. : > I engraving of on* "itn wag-gons attached ; II. Allen oe, and ate hereby, appointeda June 1, 1825.It.si'IEItIFF's castor and roram hats. political' principles. But while it cud

'. #,, .. \umuuie communication oatuc Cotton Committee with authority to contract AND IH STORE, be-denied that there is in all these foreip
for and the erection: of '
superintend a SALE.
t trade of England.No. Gentlemen's and Ladies' boots and journals a large part which consists J
Market House, agreeably to the Plan sab-
- i.,*: 7 An Court. ll'ctt Florida. shoes assorted detail and speculations which&J'egM.:
Superior
... r essay on the: practice of mitted; by a Committee of this Board. ,
, : plougmng from and to plants, and Ib in- Stc.2. And be it further Ordained, That Sarah Boon Adml'x ) Brown and bleached shirtings andsheetings teresting to American readers, or &.

':.: jurious ellects. The expanding loicc olfermeiJtation. the said Market House shall be built vs. ::fie fa. cbievous in their political or moral ten*
on
," The marked fertility arising that of the Public situated Nathan ShackleforJ.J Plaids and stripes checks dowlas, dency it is equally certain that a ceDe
: Square,
'''11' fioin ploughing in Ltucicwlicat or on the part Southern line of the Lot claimed B 1: Tjrtue of tins execi: ion, I shall procee Osnaburgs! blue and brown domestic derablej portion of their contents ii iigt.

tuiimi up a Clover lay from a \\ beat Mr. Manuel Gonzales and the (l to s..ll at PnDiic Auction for goods, stout for negro clothing, neral application and of interest and nk,

., \.' crop. The depth of pl ughing SHould be and by: extending! to the Eastward from Bay Pa., cash, cm 1"Heyday tne *irst day of November and a variety of other dry goods. and that they embrace much that is is a

;* oJ. in proportion to tue,aiuuiai and vegetable lafox Street. neM, ..l 12 o'clock, at. the CourtHouse 6'uperiorcld Madeira U ine in bottles, very high degree interesting curi xs,

,.r-.f '. .matter contained in tue soil ; banking: : .,, in P nsacoJOi. the followingreal: Madeira, Tenerifle and weet Malaga -pract{cal, sound and able-refined sed
t'P /hl'. fur1hprflrglth..1 That
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:I TTIttl % apwtM., "vfI"ua VfUII J4 Or estate Wine casks. I much that will excite tboo \
Win. VlcVoy
lUlIlg the Mayor of the city be, and he is here- now ocwipicd by in qr. elegant ; :
. twu on tut subject \Voodeu-s>uaed: by, authorised and viz :-All the remainder the unsold land and refine the Imagination-that will
i< empowered to borrow AND
_: t Shoe ittcLtunedlarhcs, &c. by li.V. on the faith oT this ; in the tt.ct of eight ilundred arpcnts, aJ. "raise the genius and mend the he2rt"Anll
J "\ '. P. Cusii< ; Oi1 the improvement Corporation, a sum A good assortment of Groceries.
ot not exceeding One Thousand joining :to this City on the cast ar.,1 tront- when we consider that the grtaleft
Sheep and oilier aomcsl.c uainal> remedy Dollars, at Pensacola April 15th, 1825. well 0
; and
the rate of six per cent per annum interest lug .MI Bay granted tr) Francisco philosophers statesmen, as
for liovcu sheep and cattle; o.i the payable in,s-uch installments theMayor )Moreno and conveyed by acts of sale ORDHANCKWaihihgton IEraanuzT poets criticks and all other men of literature
management OT Mil*. Cows mid rearing as to this defendant together itii all theimpruvemen'.s find the tie
may requlretomeet the ; 4th June, 1825. now periodical press
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Calves; the C'.crokee, or Nondescript expcn'eor con.. ( offt channel jthrough which their
building the said Market House, and &I1.{ SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv opinions
Hose, in Mir} tiilld; aa account ot the or
be conveyed to the number
redeemable in three years Department until the 31st greatest ,
V or sooner at m
Overflowing h cit in the garueii of the the option of the Corporation and, for TSRf.E. DVELLXNGiii :; .. :. day of July next for furnishing the men, it will appear very evident, that ft
Horticultural uciety ai Chiswick, wiui ; II II! OUSE ; :: following Cannon Balls viz knowledge of what is thus written anl
' description of the the: repAyment of which, to the subscri ., ,. Seven thou-
; c:::"" the woik Fisnenes.manner oi executing bers to said loan, the faith of the City is ____ sanJ five hundred 24 pounder CannonBalls done abroad is necessary to the sueces*
; hereby pledged as also the rents which out Houses, &c &c. to be delivered at Fort Deleware, ful cultivation of our own literature, ad

4 Eacb number of the Farmerpgives the may arise from the said Market House, Aml also! one other tract of land, containing near Newcastle Delaware. important to the politician, scnolar anel

-.,- ;poit: CX:1ct.II.te: ot the markejt res- as well as the Corporate property of the eight hundred arpentson Duiraiid'5mutt Six thousand 24 pounder CannonBalls man of business, as well as to him ybl
peel to all the cuiel articles that Farmers Ekcaniia; County, reads for amusement.
Cit. granted to Antoine to be delivered at New Orleans : only

: IUTC to to sell particular or LiLly: sales.supported by reference bee.4. And be it further Ordained, That Collins aud by him conveyed to this The Balls are to be cast in iron moulds, To persons who reside at a dis nCI

_ the installments of said loan shall defendant. and be from the of New Boob
be paid to delivered on or before the first great depositories
% : Not more than aix >>eta of the two
*are on hsnt.j.h previousvolume at the times stipulated by the Mayor to Also other tracts of land, adjoining day of October, 1826. They will be in. and NewInventions; a work conducted

Persons uu hiii to the Treasurer of the City and the Major the last mentioned granted to Lewis Gag spected at the manufactories and at the upon this;,plan is peculiarly important**
: subscribe
close note may in- is hereby authorised to draw on the Trei- net and. Nicholas Lopez, and by ..themconveyed exp l1seofthe United States; but they : affording them an opportunity of keep
a J 54 directed to the are
: and risk Editor, surer,from time to time in favor of tht ; to this ucJemlant, containing to be delivered at the places mentioned ing pace m some degree with the pr*
at his tue ,
by ni8tl.-May 1J. hundred
committee, for such sum or su-ns as will eight arpents eacn. at the cost and risk of the contractors.The gre&s knowledge, at a very trifling **'
: enable them to Seized at the suit aforesaid, to the
: with
proceed the building. pay proposals should be pense of money or time.
STONE Msii1' of made
sum seven thousand three hundred andtTlnrty.iuine separately
F. II. isbet for each When it is ofthe E*
parcel and added that most
dollars, 82 should state
t-IAvE for sale 100 bbls. cents, with interest
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: 'C.&I 60 bags Cotfce WUukey.. Pretidcnt of the Board oj Aldermen. and cost, and will be sold to satisfy the the price perxmm, rature of the day is not easily accessibk"

: 4 hhds. & 'JO obis, Approved, June 16th 1825. Persona disposed to offer proposals will' any other;than this form to our familic
Sugar, that *
iame.'V. be it will be acknowledged
furnished
John readily
i 4 qr.casks, / Sweet and Dry Jerrison, Davison on application, with the dimensions tile of tMusnirn >
i 8 Half do $ .Ua of the balls, and the regula worke, conducted upon plan
Wine
Malaga ,or. cousideraWidegree
I Sheriff,. Lounty. tions tor inspecting them. ,may be in a very
t Attest
Old
Peach Brandy, Sheriff's Office, rensacui*, valuable. Ho* &r
OEO. interesting or
r = American do. fcc &c. N. S Parmantiert 1825. 17 BOMFORD, Brevt.Col.on io endea'oringj
July 2d, -lamts. '. Ordnance this Journal has been successful .
; t Service. *
NOTICEES *> Secretary LAW ISOTICE. Printers of the Laws of the United to merit these appellaUoj*
States are desired to publish the must be determined by the publick;
; 4 hereby given, That at the next term STATIONARY.' THE Co-partnership of tall & Easter ing once a week for five weeks forego and the rapid increase ofthe ubscriptioo list

of the Hon. the County Court, 1 will lUST received and for sale at the Pen having been dissolved the 1st Inst transmit to this Department, with their to is theraost gratifying proof of succs*'

L1 present the accounts and vouchers, and qJ)! sacola Book Store; a small assortment H. J. Easter: will in future attend the accounts, on. of the papers, containing :: Terms of Subscription.A .
: nuke filial Courts in Mobile and the
a settlement of the estate of of Pensacola, as an advertisement. i iJuly number is published every nwa
Giles Newton, late of Pensacola deceas Altorne.r and Counsellor at Law; and will : isSix DoIIan
IiTSw.NpTICE.
and the
subscription price
ed. Quills, superior quality, attend to any business confided to his advance (A nu00
John Letter Wafers management. year, payable in
de la ilua Paper
I 120 8 vo.)
comprises pages
20th
k .JidminittrtUtr. Ink Powder, black & red, May 18J5: -11-tf IX weeks after date I will apply to the It will be sent free of postage *' evcf

L Fefc. 24th 1825-51-tf. Sealing Wax and Exchange on NewYork.f : Hon. the County Court of Escambia lub iberso long as he continues r.j

it; [ sale in sums to suit County, for letters Administration in advance. .. and
PRINTING purchasers on IKB,
Office the
Tape. .Lby e.ltate of Domingo Regglo, late of said The Museum began in Jury, aA **
LfJ! Executed wita neatness and dii- W. Hasell Hunt. Stone & County. deceased. all the back numbers may be obtaiBW
Nisbet.
11 patch &t this Office. 14th 1825. Joseph E. Caro.1825.ltjfc. the above conditions. &*9
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