<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086631/00063
 Material Information
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 23, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
lccn - sn 83016253
System ID: UF00086631:00063
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

Full Text
.,'

; I I -
IC' I .
'

", -eat. ? a .'- '" A' $- .;
-
it' ,

14[if ., t


a.
11' -'.;-',< ,,
:-,'
.' J ... A.. p
,, "
AD> \ ;
; .
'. w.... -
... .,
t. WEST 'FLORIJIA AIIV'ERTISER. : r

.
.
: .
4 '
_
: :
.. ;
' If. .t. : 1'f.I / ,
... .. .. '"... '.'. '
11ii S .

1: Vot- I[. PENSACOLA; SAURIAYJUL: 23, i82 ". .N 2r.: /. ,
---
'
;
L PUBLISHED EVERTW. SA.rURlJ. :,tertowniand the 2d under' Lt.:Col. t i'heHon.-{(Council, Senl1et Jnd ViKe, and Oil, and delivered, ''the I I rights,}' fearless/as faithful i ,i #t "'r)"f\ Ji
HASELL HUNT Stuart Boston : ,j .
BY Major Baker of House Representatives, accompanied implements ,of Architecture to the execution their trusts '"L \4 ".
SOLE EDITOR AD PnOp1ttETOIl, Dorchester, and Major Dennis of rite Master ,
by Adju. Builder with orders to erect Tune Rill Columbian.4th.
f }
tke Lavs the United Stateswdtfthe ,
of of Boston. ,
The
'
pub&/ier '
,.. Territory of Florida. military. display- was_.-- _. .tant !dcneral, Sec c. the Monument on the true .:-The 'Martyr*, 'or Bunker ,.p' f 4-"j

SCJICBlrrloN-'Year' S5.nail' very SURVJVERS imBosinar.. tary, Treasurer, principles of Masonry, to which. Hill Barrfc.,-We inhale the air ''\ ; .l
year 3, OP TUB BATTLE. I&c.. the Architect made '
the '
if following they breathed : we tread the ,
Quarter year 2, These worthies were in eight Governor Fenner, the Secretary reply: "' .:
ground they trod aUITOQnd t ""
we
Single t paper twelve and an half cents. barrouches and carriages, and War of the United States and Most ; ). ,., ,
p ..rlor.hiN'uGrand Master the altar
where "their
li
Subscriptions payable in advance. : .. : 5offered :wei t. _
.
S were about 40 in number ..
Each others. :
,- I receive from hands these. :
'I' ADVEHTisif0Kvcry advertisementmaking I your I ; we swear devotion ;ti
not more than twelve lines, first : .wearing on his brest a badge, Delegations froni various Stales. implements of science and labor, their cause !-(drank LA ilk ,,. ;

. insertion one doll.tr,each subsequent insertion Bunker-J-lill, June 11, 1715," and I Delegatio-n'Crpm the Pilgrim Society belonging to my craft and profession ODE; ;!a;'. ''':';':I'' k' .. \ ,

fifty cents ; longer ones in proportion. many bearing the implements of i in Plymouth.) with feelings of great personal By THOMAS Wu.xs: .4
\ due for
Amounts advertising payable war used in the Officers of ___
the United
always on c1emand.-A liberal deduction they fight. States Na. diffidence,but still inthe strong. 5th.-.-:Bunker, HillMQ'im -:-

eL : made to those who advertise by Then followed between one or vy and Army, and of the Mili est.confidence and faith that suchis Its proud,-aumniji, Ihs.. c .

the year. two hundred Revolutionary Offi- tia,'i in Uniform.' the triumphant spirit of e'age, with the morning'sfii.hp: ,
All communications to the Editor cers and Soldiers each oearingan Citizens. and such the numbers '
ability, and t"! eveningta Jasttijf it'sh11; :*': ,
I .; :
mist be post paid: or they will be attended appropriate badge. Their In this order the whole of ;
proceeded those who '
.F suits his appearance I' ,,power have ordered glow with a:still, richer.and;;puIr "IY.light
not as
_lo or__..- ---.aw_convenience.-._- _.....,__"- T 1 was truly ven rl\hle. from th i State-House, about the craftsmen to commence build- in speaking :heirdeedwh'

.t, -Bunker Hill Rattle 'ckb ration.r TIlE Ji. //. J/ 4SS0 CLTIOV. I half! pus: 10,!land passed, through ing, that the work will go bravely repose beneath it. ':j

a =-=: --. In full numbers, six deep, all wearing Park.,_Common f vScliocJ, Washington : on and the fathers who have this- --- ODE. ."*..'*"i,;..

- from the Jiotton Centiittl,June 18, 18JS.: I the badge, h B. H. 1\1. A." Union, lianutjer: and Prince- day cum up, resting each upon By Dr. PERCIVL.' ;': .

... The celebration of the Fiftieth The Masonic Procession Succeeded, streets, to Charles-River) Bridge, his stafF to see you lay the CornerStone 6th. The kurvhors' of Bunker

Anniversary of the memorable [Marshalled! by Brother White and from thijnce through Maine, will live long enough to Hill Eattlc.-The gloom of that
,
hatie on Bunker Hill, and the ceremony Green and I '
High stress, in witness he
dedication at the cum- day dwell their recollection
Grand on
)' of laying the FoundationStone Marshal, assisted by brothers -. may
Charlestown, to thp Monumental,1 pl'-tion of 5l hc
structure.Th but
Knapplngalls and Thwing..J ; in the brightness of this,
of an Ohelisk to commem-o-
Square. The front of the procession : ? benediction being repeatt"dJthe feel that under
This section of the Processionwas I they they fought
'
rate that great event, have taken had nearly I reached the bridge G. M.
p very splendid, and exceededtwo I piorounced tne ceremonies the auspices Heaven.. ,
p place.. when the rear of it left the Common ended. Tune Adams &
...
thousand of Liberty.
': the fraternity all
dUll to1j: Ju..rnnlists a Un. In- -----o-it is our G\'Jb6" AIoI ', o e houses to side the lines, then cheered, and following senuineui ''n'a g""'.fi_ _'_

thr day ; but we feel unable to do b thsAmU 1ts theirroofs, and in some instances salutes were fired on Bunker Hill cordially received :-]

.. any thing like juttice to the splendor fully organized ; and bore the implements to chimney tops, anI every situa- by the Charlestown Artillery, The Orator of the day-A stales .

, of.the sceries which passed, or and vessels used in layingthe tion on whichj, a footing; could be Capt. Sand,-rsand on Copp's Hill, man and patriot who'knows no '

) to the excellt spirit and enthusiastic foundations of ancient edifices. obtained for a prosject of the pro- in Boston, by the S.:a Fencibies, party but his country, who feels ;

good let lings, which animated They were followed by the Grand cession, were fillec with a condensed commanded (by Lieut Lewis. no impulse but her welfare,

with an unanimous impulse, Encampments of the Knights. mass of well dressed, The procession then moved to : 7lh.-Lexington and Concord. '

" it is Templars of R. Island, Connecticut i 'rful of all an amphilheatrical where I There ih ,earnest
an assemblage, which believed chec looking persona sex area, accommodations was.given, that

t to be no exaggeration; to estimate Vermont, Maine, N. Hampshire es and denominations: many of had been made, on a people resolved to be free, can. l

- at one hundred and fifty thou and Massachusetts, in full whom had occupied their stationsfor a most ample scale, for the accommodation never be enslaved f

4 sand, collected from every State of numbers, with their banners, implements several hours ; and who, at appropriAte of the auditors of the Tuni,-"Old Soldier."

) the Union. and regalia ; by the places, spontaneously Address of the President of the 8th.-The President of the United

The day was temperate and Grand Lodges of the above States; rent the air vithjoyousand: orderly .Association. They included a State I

fair:-And all the arrangements by the Grand Chapters of Royal acclamations' while the Ladies Urge portion of the north-eastern Washington's, March." I

made to honor it, were executed I I11n Arch Masons and by various subordinate displayed their tokens of snuics, ,ieclivhy of the battle hill. In the 9th.The Governor : of the

\\' a punctuality arvd good order! Chapters and Lodges, uod waving handkerchiefs; is the <.t-ure of the base, a rural. arch Commonwealth. ,
I banners A full band of
. vmch could only be effected oy bearing procession passed, particularlywh'en -and nower, surmounted by the A- "Gov Brook's March." ,
,
music attached
the Masonic
. the entire unision of all the hearts, was to the Guest: was in sight. merican Eagle, was formed for the 10th.-The Continental ./?my. ,.
Of
Procession. the of
and hand in the ceremonies. regalia Arrived at 'Monument spot, t I government of the Association, -\Vhomvictory could not elate,

S The Grand Lodge .of ,Massachusetts the Grand Lodge, was a gold'urn, the various sections of the procession and some of the Guests, in fl'0l1l0f whom defeat could not depress;;,

having been requested to borne by the Deputy Grand Master formvd in squares around I' ; tviiii.li. after the venerable Mr.Tuaxter their cause their country ; their \ ,
relic of
S the assembled containing a our departed had addressed the Throneof trust their God !
assist on occasion, when the: Grand \Iasterof Massachusetts i

at an early: hour in the morning at Brother George Washing acc-irnpdied by General Grace, t he Orator, sub c ton.Ve have J
their Hall and soon after were not room to-day to Lafyett.1 President \"ebs1er. the ) an Address, which none By Rev. JOHN PIEIIPONT.lltb. ,

visited by their illustrious! Brother numerate the names'of the Great Past Grand .' asters, the District bum* author is capable of doing .-The Memory of Wash'
Great Grand and eminent Masters ,
Gen. LAFAYETTE, and thl' respect who, Deputy Grand Mastrr, hearing the justice io in a summary, and which ington. \Dirge.12lh. .

ed Brut hers, GEORGE WASHINGTON were present. Architectural, Implements, the will be printed and read with a I .-The Continental Con- t

LAFAYETTE, and LE VASSEUH.The Hon. Mr. Webster, President, and Grand Wardens bearing the Corn, pleasure( equalled only by that ,..-Thf embodied wisdom of .

meeting was most interesting. other officers of the H. H. M. \\ inc, and Oilin vases, the Grand wa ch electrified the vast assemblage the nation which wrought the i

After the fraternal greeting of I Association.The Chaplain, Grand Treasurer, and who listened to it for nearly freedom oil one hemisphere and !

Grand Master Abbott, the distinguished : Rev. Dr. Kirkland, the Rev. Principal Architect, repaired around one hour and, a quarter. It is e- promulgated the principles which t

Guest expressed the great Mr. Thaxtera Revolutionary th? foundation stone, which fiough for u, to saythat it was in I will emancipate other. j

jjleasure! he fdt in meeting his Chaplain) and the having been squared, levelled and every particular, worthy of the Celebrity 13th.-The memory'of Warren. 1

Brethren in the beloved city of Rev.: llr.Valker, plumbed, by the Grand Master, of the orator, and that his -Associated with this occasion ; ;

2J slott, on the anniversary of the Chaplains at'the Brother Fayeite( and llr.V address to the sit vcrheadedYor- his name comes to us "as the gentle 1

S bailie cf Bunker Hill ; and in the day. ster, and declared to be true and this orb Revolution, and to the : rain fron. Heaven, refreshing;

Grand Lodge... whose first Grand Directors and Committees of the proper, a casket was deposited' in distinguished Guest of the Nation, :the place beneath." t

4 Blaster had, in the true spirit of a Association. the cavity cftjie stone, containingcoins filled every heart with transport.- After the!regular toasts the President j

Mason, shed his blood in defence GENERAL LAFAYETTE, I &c. and a silver plate. with On each side of the bower, seats of the Association. said.

of the liberties and institutions of I In a coach and four, accompanied the following with awnings, had been prepared, He rose 0 propose a toast,, in

'his country, un that ever memorable by Lieutenant General Lalle 1NSC1PTIOX.I and were filled by over one thou behalf or tte Directors of the As- U

occasion. The assemblage of mand of Philadelphia.Mr. "On the XVII day of June, sand Ladies, from all parts of the sociati n. Probably, he was already :

the fraternity was very numerous. George Washington Lafayette M.D .CCCX 1V, at the request of Union, presenting a spectacle of I Anticipated In the name -

The Grand Lodges Maine, New and the General's suite, the Bunkcr-llill Monument Association animated beauty and intelligence, which he )ould mention, it was

Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut in a carriage. the'' Most and offering a fine contrast to the : well known that the distinguished
!
Worshipful
Vermont, and New Jersey His Excellency the Governor. other parts of the auditory. The personage near him from the time
JOHN ABB0T I Grand Master of
were represented by their exercises commenced and closed when he fir't .became ,acquaintedwith

Grid Masters, or other distin NOTE. The following address of the Masons the in Massachusetts of; General ,LAFAYETTE did, in- with Hymns, sung by a putverful i the object of the Associationhad J

g'iledltrnlerz ; and the Grand )1. E. John II. Shcppard. Grand Kill$ of presence tfas Corner-Stone ofa choir, to the two good old taken much interest ic it, -and

Koyal Aich Chapters of several the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Maine, MONUMENT, lay lo the old lun s. |C7An Ode, writtenfor had expressed an, intention to be I

Spates by tlt'irGrind High Priests (which formed a splendid part of the cor- testify I the occasion, was omitted for pres-nt at the ceremony" of layingthe
end other officers. tege) delivered to the Grand Master of gratitude of the present generationto
: The distinguished : want of lime. corner Stone. T.hb'p'urpo |lbo
Massachusetts, immediately after laying their Fathers, who, on the 17th
Visitor was attended from direction of the I FIRST llY IN. had kindly remembered _throughthe
the Corner Stone, by June 1775, here fought in the cause
and to his residence at Mr. Lloyd's Chapter, will,afford the reader better information long course of his visits to the
Rev.
the John
of their ; and of free institutions By Pierpont.
by a deputation composed oi Fast on the subject of the Masonic counttjy, THE several States. It was not at all
DINNER.The .
the mnrable BATTLE '
Grand Masters and Deputies.THE part of the ceremony than any we are able necessary to say-indeed' it could
OF BUNKER HILL and with Guests and Subscribers to
to give :- '
:: GRAND PROCESSIONwas not be said-how much his
Ie M. W. Grand Matter of tfa Grand Lodge their blood vindicated, for their the dinner, were then escorted to presence
formed near the State H(use had added, to the interest
ofJMassachutettt.Ihave posterity the privileges and happiness Bunker-Hill ; where an covering -
'With ti and the occasion. He
:: utmost precision and regularity pleasure of
'S the honor, in behalf of the this land has since enjoyed. 38,400 square feet of groundhad '
under should at once to the
the proceed
superintending Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Maine, to Officers of thf Bunker Hill been erected, and in which at
direction of Brig. Gen. Lyman, present to you felicitations on the interesting Monument Association; President, twelve tables running its entire grateful duty biph..tbe.DJrectors
assisted by a staff composed of Majors ceremonies of this memorable 400 ft. 4000 had enjoined on him,'and propose.
DANIEL WEBSTER Vice Pre length, plates were '
Brimn er ScAspinwall of Boston day. Your invitation has assembled, we ; to the company. .
laid, which all A
aidents Thomas H. Perkins Jo- were occupied.
l\lj. Edwards of Brighton, have reason to believe, a larger number ; "Health and long life to Gen. Lafayette.1' .
Capl. of Sclem Ford of of or ,Uliz'd fraternities on the first Bat- seph Story ; Secretary, Edward spacious gallery contained, an ex- On which Gen. LA 'YETrErose.and ,
Sptague
tie "Ground of American Independence, Everett ; Treasurer, Nathaniel P. cellent band of music ; and the thus himself
Wilton expressed :
TAlbot of Dtdham and ,
than have ever met together since the '
following toasts with
Russell. [Here follow a list of interspersed
Young of Charlestown, Lieut. completion and dedication,of tlie Temple GENTLzMiN.-Iill not .longer
Baxter and Ensign Gardner of otKitigSolomor., where the Masons of all 25 Directors] Standing Committee songs, and martial airs, were announced trespass" on. ;your .time. than to

jcston. countries were spectators of the scene. for collecting Subscrip by Air. 1C.. Whiston, thank 'you in the name of my Revolutionary

The Under your&1'ecl'o'1lbi great:body have tions-Henry A. 5. Dearborn, amidst, the most deafening bursts ,companions' in arms'
Escort
Military was composed laid the Corner Sione-of a Monument to John C. Warren, Ed\Val'd Evereu, of applause.- .The,scene defies description and 'myself ,for the testimony -of .
I of s'.stccn companies, and a be erected as a lasting memorial of the .
Blake' and much order '
George and Samuel D. ; .as prevailed esteem and' affection, I ; ,say,
corps of cavalry! commanded by ,first battle which chmgedthe mural and may .
l-i I'arker, all 01Ultteers, and i in :political destiny of a new continent. The Harris. Committee on the form as was compatible with the of filial affection_,Vhich, have.:,been ._
Ml uniform. Six of them celebration of this.event in the_splendid of the Monument.-Daniel Webster festivity of t.he' occasion, .and the bestowed.Upon' son the',memorable '

Boston were manner we have this day witnessed,,,will L. Baldwin, G. Stuart, Washington magnitude,of die comp i. .... celebration'of this -Anniversary : .

commanded by Cap- be ever dear to our recollection, not onlyas Alston, :and G. Ticknor.. TOASTS. and to 'offer"our'fervent '
tains day; _
Tyler, Howe, Farrie, Prince, brethren.of the great Masonic Family, -
Loud and Gardiner ; three of Safcnii but as citizens,of an; immense Republic, President' .of the'United- States, 1st. The 17th of- June,- 1775.-. prayers for the preservation of,that

commanded by Captains whose greatest glory is the happiness of -John Quincy ,Adams. Governor The marble may moulder_ :; but, Republican freedom,'equality, and I
all'.its: individual members. We have aiKO' heart beats man ,Ameri that blessed .
Wcutman Pulsifer and Brown of Massachusetts, Levi Lin while a ,, self-government, \ >u .
. two of Charlestown, commanded; had the satisfaction' of witnessing your I coin. Governor ,of New-Hamp- can's Josom, there.will, be a tablet. nion between the States'*of' the '
the. illustrious
\;y Captains Jenkins and Varney ; intenicwwith whose name is so justly 'endeared Lafayette to every ,- sh retD.idL.l\forill.: : Governor from wnich the record of that confederacy for.wtyich -we. ..have" _

Jjfc of.Concord, commanded by good man, and assuring him ,in your:' of Connecticut, Oliver _Wolcott., day's gIorybl. I! 'never be, .effaced. fought and :bled, and, '..-on ,which,

Captain Jarvis one of Roxbury, presence of our:pe accordance. with .Governor: o(, Vermont, C. P. 'Van ODE. .' rest,the hopes ofima kind.: Per' '

. Commanded; by; Spooner the sentiment you expressed. Allow me Ness. Governor of jlhode'Island' ,. By ,Rufus'])awes, Esq. mil me"to"propose the following .
C&ptain
; also, M. W. G. Master communicate. to -
<*'f.of Medford James Fenner. Governor of Maine,! 2d. The Militia,'-What more sentiment A"
; by Ce pta,Syromes; 'the high sense entertained by the M. '
<*t from Maiden, the Lt. Ijtomry, you E. G.. Higli: Priest, and .by the Grand A Ibion X. Pan-is.\ Alexander,Par. than to name-,the.spot whereon we Bunker-Hill; ,.and the holy resistance ::" ..

ppt. Buck ; and one, of Cam-, Koyal Arch Chapter of the State of Main*, Architect." stand, to proclaim iu character to to oppression which. bajs-aU?

J"agcby Willard. These of the attention'we. 'have received. on this The Grand Chaplain, the R. W the world. ready enfranchised the, American
: Capr. occasion." "Yankee Doodle"3d. tfce) 'next 'bsIfvCen-. .
-
Tune
Chelmsford ., hemisphere,- ;: .
fir. Allenof then
two ,
first ,
regiments the
un-
i Grand .
which the M. W. Master '
To *.
.
; .shall btJ- "
1:1,01.; Thomas Hunting of Bos- made an appropriate and affectionate re-, pronounced ,. a bendiction, ; the. The Committee of Safety.Tbe .'- tury Jubilee, [toast ?. ". .

,, > Lt. Co!. StratltD of Wa-'i3Y. .Grand M aster... jstrewcil.. the- -Corn? .., early guardians our nalionjs -Enfranchise..... -, .. d. Eurofa--- ," \"= '. :
-' ,.. ., .t. -"J'\;:?:
"
i ":' .<' : ""OT" "A> ,.<<-.
i: '-.i

#
f

I ,. S ., S .x.ke '.,:.
_
S S
.- d; L' ___h_._ S S S S
-



kri i-A--* a+ .,
"'" ..
R !
f t rlie I ., \ ,, '

.
.. :.5 ?+.:+
H. S't--
'
.
t !:1' '_ .1iun 1evte ;.tf.C
M rti\
.hati St\
, ... measure which owes. t'tsou* place is nte4' to be tranquil..States' ,tractQ1rflC: :ofi ;. atlurt ere :iI'tl1lt"
;
repjei :,' the. ,_ ,:, rY, !: Ihe
gIn 'p'titio
'.. ,. L ,....." '" .llO.1lBI6He'. .. .._ ... ....1 I principally' .to' his:talents.arid, i None! ,,'of the, ttttd.; 1 ItVeitin r andoatbistfoHeiture the:t"f een\:, forfeited! ,i.ly. {,fectln : Bl h J )aeJ)e : r f Dtens h
.
'the. Baltt'arore Jlae, : good conduct. in the .,adminifltra--, India SunadroSThe port< --, .- ;: ;; .>tv ,of tofttracls has (! hput. C: .tlrec., In the ,dtirltd
'pi
I : LIVERPOOL MARKETS can.A ;' lion:of the,affairs of'his country.Tnis .=-, U.s.' ga.t Ccanstellatlon,. occurred -J n miny; fnstancts.' hi I flies osehfcihmtfl 'o fcconcllisidn r.t or

'itictliovrever the- \ ben '.W tir."hi; b' tart'3ei3otns : '
,, on\yt Captain
i i : *" ? Saturday, May' 14. relation the failure_ of the Eas- as a ientimtnt-i
efit for which Buenos indebted P t ands t to Vera
t Ii' Cotton.-In the early part of ibis Ayres opt Mr. tern mail to Mobile, which is referred "Georgia and South Caro//na.... '
'Associations John AT
JA to Mr. Rivadavia th Cru and the Corvette Identified
; in all
their
week speculative, subjoined
purchases wire in the paragraph .
fi' from ,, to ntUtsls
for the minesof dams Nicholson, ,
made in Cuttun, particularly' inBowed : working CaptaiChaeres. from the Mobile .Register, may they..be united In.c. tilI1

, '... }: ('" and Brazil but the : the Plata ; for ,establishing a .. whet she, landed' -Cap-i., .' .!'__!-L_ U_. T.o..n.. r,t._ and friendship." ent
.. ; upon uad "* V&-
t t '......! "" bank at the seat of Governme I lain T A. CJ Jones, and :..ieut.I I a strlct'lnvelugau .A
whole the market has since been and prompt t: .1tlttlltgtncrr.
and equitable ,
d an
tt and for colonization i Ran of thfiNavyi their ere ,
... promoting say, on waytot "Drtroi Juror
> and the prices be expected 7.--We
languid, 'the
J : : extremely ,the are understood all to -Pacific, iad arrived at baanz decision on. subject may I : under.,.
e '
country '
thatthc
I :i', 4 ",,ic of ;last week are barely supported. The anxiety of the Posi- stand Council htldthe \th th
have from his -
'
originated, ; s. -
suggestions -
''t : \: 'Of ihe East India and Demarara % General to afford every ac-. Indians, by Governor
I f;J and 'We r i the JV'nw Fort Mercantile Advertiser. master : ._ ,, Cast
,. .N : .' 1' ,-Cotton brcugh forward by auction can only encouragement._ our hope.that his OJ' ie brig pay, Capt. TUNIS, at: commddatton to_ the public is ,well I alAVapaghkonnetia, in Uhtit er.miaated :
.
: !? '; : a1erda a few lots only "ere : fellow-citizens express follow: the. th, port, left Gibraltar on the 3d known ; and we understand, it, is ufJs ccessruUJ.) '1'his

: $ .,'i'r nIQerS declining to ac'cept course which he may bas 'pointed out ult. The NORTH CAROLINA 74, his determination, in every case offailure Council was convened at: the re.

Ji'" .. .the prices offered for the. reI' was from neglect, quest of the Cherokecs, who
Hes-
1 to them, and cement by their pru- \at Ag esiras. The brig _arising gross wen
.' .: rnaitkler. The private transactionsVonfJpV'oTjizifr dent:conduct,the good understanding per left Algesira* ,OD'' et.. ht nr miter improper causes, to en- desirous, that_ the Indians in 0u0!
e "
;$ : :' t' : Sea Islands, at' 2s which he has established. with May, for this port, having onboard force the law to'Us fullest cAtrnc : I t should remove to the West of lkc

g ,.lf'": lOd to 3s 'lU,'.with 110 stained at Greece Prince Murat, as passenger- r and, in all instances require the Mississippi. lint the aa \ y
"
'I' iv 19d to 19 ,l-2d.-4510, Bowed, at1638jXto WI.JO had been released by-the Spanish strict fulfillment of every contract.,I who veers the only Indians at r6:

: .,::l ., .. '; .19d-1450 Orleans, at INTERESTING FROM PERU.the i Government.Tne Nat. Journal Council, exhibited a manifest i-fol;:
Extract of letter from of
t .. '. : :' \ ..if l-2otp 21-1-"d-880 Alabama highest respectability a a dated person Kingston,_ Commeicial'advices by this The Ne. York Mercantile Advertiser disposition towards a change
'
.: t ? :, ". 4"r : ,,"17 to., 18 3-4cl-2430 Pernambuco Jamaica, lltu May, 1825. arrival, state th* prospect for the says there are now seven residence. Many of them, bUt

. ':, ..' ,22a2: ri-2d-4650 Maranhami I 'endeavoured to give you the next harvest to be favorable, inconsequence : fr.igaes and 64 gun ships; and two made considerable advances i in j.griculturc r.

1,' : c .f. i: 431o 2), 1-2-350. Bahia20, 1-2 earliest intelligence of the grand of which Flour had large corvettes, building in that and have improved

. : '.' 't b r, d, -465 Demarara.2l to 22 battle of the 9th December, in Peru -again declined to the former rates city -Idem. farms, comfortable buildings,' n4

'.. 7 :; ..:;:ti,tgBkyptJan;; 23',1.2' ,.to 21 l-2cl. I have now' infinite satisfaction of 6 !a gS 1-2, aid was plenty and Major Samuel Miller has .taken' onus-vie animals The<_\ tbel

c.' :,:, '. \\J2&nr3 11 l-2 to 14 l-2d, and in being the, first to announceto d ull.;! A considerable quantity the command of the United 5'ate* are unwilling to abandon It \is,

.1j" 1'' ': 40 Bengal at 10 a 10 l-2d, making you, Sucre's total defeat of Ola-! had 'arrived from Liv erpool. Kentucky Marine Corp at the Navv Yard, however, highly I 'probable,- thai,

't. .t together about 15,000 bags, ofArhich neta in Upper Peru.-Olaneta and Tobacco was expected to' Philadelphia, ia place of Major I in a few- years, the white settle)

:- 6000 Brazil and 4000 one aid. t-camp alone escaping. rule (at about the g7 cwt. at which Gamble, appointed to the command 'i mtubYdl so press upon them,

", 4 Atnerican were taken by specula- I have transmitted this information pric e sales had (been made. SpanishDollars of the Marine Corps atPortsmouth. ''I that they will) follow their {rand i.

.;. .tors. to Mexico and to London. A I : 2 1 2 j per cent premium.Exchange N. 11.-Idem. many of whom are already 1rts:

Monday Morning, 16rA.-The friend of mine who lift Lima 0:1 : on LomU-n 51 l-2d, A Public Dinner; was given to of the 'Mississippi..fichi gas

Cotton market was very dull on the 14th :March, reached Panamathe AS>ut the lit o( lay, there was ,,11Clav, nt trankfort, on Satur- Herald

Saturday. The arrivals! on that 14.h ul:. on the 18th he despatched ahelvygale! vi Gibraltar+ Bay- 'jday last", which was attended hy a CroJl'- accounts we receit-

.-.',-\ day and eslerday brought fioin lo me a courier, stating, j 1'hv Day purled her chain cable, large number of the citizens ol the ea from every direction, concur a

10 to 14,000 's.Thcctctouns that a French cruiz-er had come i'i ifro.u l{i lost her anchor! : :wd.1S! obliged town. representing great injury to have

.:, from Alexandria, I the sIc uadr')n off Culluo, uforward ;, to best up the Mediterranean.communication On Wednesday next a Public been done t9 the crops by :he late

x'' _....._.. ..._ .,
'2 (Egypt, of the 8th: ol' .\ lJnl) speak: ticbpaiches from the u --- -- -- -- Dinner will be given to him at hurricanes. The most distressingaccou'its :

.4.: confidently: that the export of C-ii- French ad aural to the ministry of I : ])u.J1E. 1 JC. 1 V-iDailies, Wooclford county., and ...... are. -from*" =North- Carolina

: : I ton from thence to England: wi 1 _M>.o n'A. ...I.4'---t-P-4-C"w ym. .an I J L__ .....c 'J'm tr.i Tsrathftfaynext the citizens crop-from* this cause L-J is-".ru ai

'It''"'i, ---- appearance urine plague will retard of the prese.il French policy in die t u in the American f.of Clark will give him a Public i in comparison to the damage partial,

, 't its shipment and arrival Pacific, a passage had been refused :! of i done
& Tuesday Mad
. t. respecting | Barbacue and Ball ai Col. C., H.Taylor's by the rUaVe hear by letters
. here. ; the account of tnt battle 90011became :; has rot been unlooked for I
. tavern, 5 miles this side and accounts,
Extract of a letter of the 16th. public. When friend 'by and effects newspaper as well
rc my many, the dreaded. of Winchester, to which the ladiesare as from gentlemen from
: In the early purl of the week left Lima, Callus still held out ; It is but long since that the Mayor invited. counties below many

!it' there was considerable animation R >dil Uttering himself Olaneta :! issued: his proclamation on this the :notintaias,th at
On
.' Wednesday week he is engaged owing to the late wet and heat
' .: in the make,, by the operations might yet be ahead. It is nov I f subject, annexing thereto an extract to Public Dinner at Xicho- rust has been unusually the.

:' of two or three heavy speculator, thought he will retire on board the ,of the oidinance of the city, lasvillc, Jesamice and destructive
,
county. particularly to the
. : ivho bought heavily, and an advance French squadron and leave the passed for the prevention of dogs Lexington Ky. Paper. wheat. The of late
'. amount
loss
is
its fate.
r ol' full a farthing per pound garrison to running ai large ; at the same time Mr. Calhoun, the VicePresident variously estimated from
:: was obiained, however, it "hal11ot Fourteen ships were blockading requiring the city officers one, to
' carry of the United. States, having two thirds of the But these
been fullowed the trade, and Rodil. The crop.
k by greatest harmony it into effect. Since then it has
lately been called business estimates
by
to
are too be
f'S:' ior the last three days scarcely any prevailed between them and tne been remarked that the streets apt to exag
in and its We
Augusta, Georgia, gerated.<< should
has been done, and pricesare English and United States' force. hope tha
:J{. thing have been continually annoyedwith neighborhood, a deputation of Citizens loss will-not be an oacof
s not more than nominal. Bow- The French were prohibited inter- those useless animals, and.the average
from waited than the
Augusta more third of
t:1': eds are about on a par with the cuurse with Radii, and great jealousy opinion is, by those who have upon the crop.
.' him and invited him to a Public \ lette r from Alabama to the Edi.
... close of last week and Brazils about occasioned. made
the
: ) observation, that the Dinner, which.he,readily accepted tors of the National Intelligencer
I y- farthing lower. Several From the National Intelligencer. .
a
, : number of
. them have not been
re-
ales Latent from Liberia.-The intelligence At an early houron Monday morn speaks of the injury to the cotton j
; public were attempted duct
;:'f'. of Demeraras yesterday and which has just reached t by the said requisitionfrom -: ing- he arrived at his lodgingsand crop from freshets and the, coldness .
:t- Bengals ,\vnicn, does it not
appear received calls from of the
here from Liberia the Hunter a numberof spring. The writer
by
r.. Surats, but all withdrawn with that there is want of
' :; is of the a great duty his,friends and acquaintances, thinks the crop will fall short of
:j'' the exception of thirty bales. same encouraging character -: in the
city officers, in not
rigidly until the hour of that of
I r. '-.., from Prtncc't London Price Current with that last recehed. A spi enforcing' the ordinance enacted near dinner ; previous years.Richmond .

;. 't May 13. rit of improvement and enterpnzeprevails for the when three Volunteer Companies, jEnquirer.

'f, !... ': Cotton.-The market was rather in the Colony ; universal prevention so great a calamity handsomely equipped, accompanied Extract of a Letter ./'rem Comm. EcmttVamngton
the
dull last week, however, 6000 bales as Hydrophobia 1 ? The by Artillery paraded before ,to tIle Secretary ofthej\mj-t
M settlement life of one citizen is of more value dated '
sold at nearly former his lodgings in Mc'Intosh street
were ,
:A : prices.
than all the dugs! that inhabit the .qt S. Ship John Adams,
; s The following are the particulars, all the neighboring tribes. The place. The old adage is that one and after. passing in review before Thompson's Island, 5th June, 1825., j

'viz- emigrants by the Hunter were visited prevention is worth two them, and receiving the usual salutations The John Adams arrived at tbis

1000 bags Pernams, fair to by the fever of the climate, : Baltimore America cures. he was escorted to theCity place on the 25th ultimo, and I

,'." good 22d to 22 1-2 per lb. in bond ; but the disease proved mild and I Public: Schools.-Yesterday afternoon Hotel under a salute of artillery am. in daily expectation of the

** 2500 Surats, ordinary to good 10 altogether favorable. The stone there attended by the Committeeof Constellation.Since .
was exhibition
': to 12 3-4d lb. 1500 Bengalsor- an Arrangements re an elegant the made
i per pier is completed, and the public of between 5 and 600 of the pupilsof capture by the
4 dinury to Gnevg to lid per Ib ; 150 works generally greatly advanced these schools School and sumptuous dinner was Sea Gull!, we have heard nothing

,' Madras, fair to line. lid to 12d per The Agent has transmitted a fine at No. 1, provided by Mr. Edward Byrd, of more of pirates or their depreda
Hall
near the City in the
Ib ; 1000 Egyptian, middling to specimen of the mahogany of presence which about 120 citizens partook tions.
uf
(rrustees
the and of the
good 20 1-2 lo 21 l-2d. duty paid. Africa, and also aomc small bah s of the Court of Errors members : with great hilarity and harmony. The Grampus has arrived from

' The Cotton market has beenquiet .if Coffee, which grows spontaneous Council and Major ,Freeman Walker presided St. Thoinas', and her Commander

nevertheless a fair businesshas and abundant in the vicinity of I Coinyoii ; beg'sever a I supported by \Vm. T. Gould and reports, ihai there are no appre.htnsiuns
otner gentlemen, who take interest
been done at a trifling t the: Colony. an Abiel Camfield, Esquires, as vice entertained in that quar-
in Mite cause of education.The .
-
reduction. 5000 bags Egyptian, President Bolivar a late Message exercises presidents. ter.
were conducted
unseen: were sold at 20 l-2d The fourth toast after dinner The
per : to the Congress of Peru, announced with admirable order, and furnished Fox was stationed for some
Ib. I was in compliment to Mr. Cal time at Havana
that he had accredited a convincing if lo give..collvo1.IQ
Spain.-All accounts from this argument, any houn, and, its drank
being
\Vm. Tudor Esq as Consul General were wanting, in favor of the Lan- upon our trade, but was never called.oa

devoted kingdom indicate the approach from the United Stairs H r casterian he rose and addressed the company fur,\he purpose, although notice
system-a
of a civil war, and the dissatisfaction system, by in these words :
t added, that he had no doubt England which five hundred children was regularly given This shew
seemed to increase as would may "Gentlemen : I return you my : the felt
the complete at
acknowledge independence he as effectually under : security prc-
the French withdrew from taught one sincere thanks for the kind I "
..,. the of Peru and senti sent. -wV2r. Int.
hopesthat preceptor, as five and .
country. The bishop of Tarragona twenty by meat Next to an approving conscience Extract allachett
wSit FI'ancefiU follow her exam the old mode. The number of of a letterfrom an Officer
had issued a decree, which leftno ple. the approbation of the to the John JJams, to his friend in $1

doubt that the inquisition was to bcholars on register dUl'ingJhe last public is the highest reward cty, daisd'ct Key 11' ;ff Jane %&, 1825-

be restored, a circumstance which It is mentioned, in the Mexican year (exclusive ?of the Female Association which can be bestowed on public ** i write you in excellent health

''t had caused great alarm throughout paper of the 1st ult. that the Houseof and of the African Free services ; but surely there is no -all well on board.-It is, ho-


R''pre cutati yes had discussed, Schools,) was 4059* It now exceeds ever shore.I .
the provinces. Money was so portion of it so precious as that extremely sickly on
in a brilliant manner, and finally) 5' 00. The of the of
several(
expenses with
scarce that the Government was bestowed by our neighbors and ant acquainted
acquaintanres.
-
obliged to be indebted to individuals sanctioned, the treaty betweenGreat institution for that period, were Such is the view\ the officers on shore, who are sick

for the sums necessary to pay Britain and the "\laxicanRepublic $ 10,266: 07 ; which, taking into gentlemen, in which I consider with the fever which, I' understand

4: the troops. "In the streets (says and that the Senate were view ihi number of poor children, yours. Though residing on the is very mall pant. Two

a letter from Seville of the 24th expected to gratify equally the whose instruction is thus'provided opposite side of the noble stream or three persous die a day. .

r .p' April) the old clothes and rag collectors wis'iesof! the people. for, must afford a striking illustration which passes by your city, and Our ship has the honor Hoar of
of
; pay for their commoditieswith Latest from France.-By the the great economy to which sustains yonr extensive and rich bearing the broad pendant of

t onions instead of Money." packet ship Edward Bonaffe, arrived this system; may be carried. The commerce, ; on this side, I havespent Commodore Warringlon, which

Even ,at New York files of Paris demand, for admission is increasing tfae
; 9 per cent. which was offered a very interesting she ", continue to do until

t for loans, could not bring forth papers to the 13th of May have so rapidly, that the Trustees, of my life, and among the portion citizens Constellation arrives io relieve

: cash which been received The intelligence as .will be seen .by a notice \in this
: ,, seems again to have of Georgia I count many of Our Commander, (Captain
returned to the bowels of the' from Constantinople is one day l later paper, are advertising for lots for my early"and most esteemed Nicholson is attentive J
acquaintances. )
,
than before received sue erection of further buildings.Aew very
; earth.! Yet amidst all this wretchedness which his junior 'officers. He directs

% we are told that a present contradicts report of the cap York Ev. Post. "Another reason still more that all the Midshipmen, 'wits
A
cure of Navarino and Calamata b gentleman, well acquaintedwith
has been made to Prince Maximilian
y highly enhances the value will come
j' by the authorities of Barcelona the Turks, ,8c adds thai ,Ibrahim Sl41; faring ,business. 'sneaking' place on which Inot on duty on deck, and .,
your approbation. No into the morning
cabin
Pacha after advance of the damage done to the ; two every
an to
.. of attempt shipping
; a magnificent writing desk States are more completely ideal do their day s
further into the Morea, was by the late gale, the study navigation
with all its in compelled suggests feed in ,
appurtenances, solid interest midshipman
I than Georgia fc S. work, and he suspends every
towards Modon propriety the ,
gold in the handle of to retire secuiing ballast ("
; the little l aroltaa. In soil!, Climate swearing
tl where he was surrounding himself firmly by the means of boards and : pro whom he hears
bell attached it I
to was" a large diamond with entrenchments. staunch ons before the sailing of duction. and character of ,their I or using disrespectful language to

of_ great price. the vessel population, there'is the.most strikingsimilarity' officer on board. '---iiwa!
A:letter from'ilavre, of the 13th -a precaution that he any

.r -. 1 From. the Correspondent of, the May, 'says-" Our advices from has alwavs adopted himself. ,In ''a'' ) ; and I cannot but : reported for having made' B?t}*..
"
; Commercial .4dv r i'tr.L Liverpool are to the 7th. The rough ,,gales the;shifting the ballast; regard with pleasure every indication dbr .speclrullln.g agc: to Midshipman

; iV London, May 14.We" understand _dullness of that market has fright.ened ,often ,endangers the safety"of -thevessel. of congeniality, of feeling I ,, and was- immediate!

' that, the treaty of commerce' : some of anvil speculators .HBalt.drnerican\ :. between the two, States whose in put ashore'; he: has procured _*
,
,, between this country and Buenos i'terests,,both .external. and,internal The United States-:
to
andif In several of the passage
are true .several Southern .
reports ,
.
,, Ayres received the King's signature hundred bales Louisiana. Cotton, per we nave had accounts pa-I I are"so.entirely '1b, ,same. 'No one The Sea Gull and Gramput.ate.
; recently
on Wednesday last, and on would. reprobate, more pointedly! here The : ..Mid5h'inmen'.alCbt4 i
I of :,
which few the of .
were
# purchased a days rregularity the tnaiU.
. .x, the folio wing-day, Mr. Rivadavia .. than myself, from',the
concerted
since at 48, dare been laId'at 44. In every instance, where a.. failure any union- to the latter vessel are
+ the envoy for Buenos Ayres had an From the Baltimore Federal Gazette.Havana. has comb to the knowledge of the t between Slates_ :for irterested, or District viz. Key' Marburf ana

interview with Mr. Canning at .-The bf"\, superfine Postmaster( he his sectional ob Jects. 1 would con Slpne. They are well. .
,
f
'' r--: Cbmbewood, in which the treaties Flour was selling Havana the his accu..to ed promptitude wit-,Instituted h eider all .such: concert, as. against .'\. 'from Chagresplace. to' }b.sVe"ate 1 ,

!' ; were exchanged. Mr. Rivadavia: 13th ':inat. at, sixteen dollars, particularly t. rigid scrutiny into, the spirit .o four constitution,. \V :had a l long"and .tediojj

has thus had the ,happiness .of j the Philadelphia brand, cause i VheVeVer such failure has the which', was '!jntendeb' to bind all of J passageten'days! : xf calm,, oi

+ completing ia his own -person.,. the 1 I and Tie political situation. of the, arisen frbraipe: neglect of the con union the. States, in.'.one comm n 'bond' of "Ceedqtfby: strong, gales? in, o e'iJ-
awl .
1 '' .friendship'f: 'but surely) whch, ,we..,carried -"'_ ; ,,;;....
:r

,, I'J

i,
t;
+R.t
+ # rr." ,F
art hIl
t l'' ,
t '2' '' t6 v +y++l4ltw-.ii.+CSxl+i .., ,. +
':;0 ; -.,.,".. ;. ", .;;......... 1 -.:''3.OMp" .. .._..k r ,, \r .....:



: '
-
'
: .
.
i', N. _
::- I f -;---

_

.

n.1.k ..81i1 masts, I IJ'De ( _1.__ :- formed; in a"c j From tie MMedgrdlle Geo.Reccrder. f
!I nt OMJOUJnCA Tl OJVS. )1Dttthemosth p- ,
II"P :' ItHzzt'n..top. JI IaI?V Vard, _0 py in the orld ; i country dear The late plentiful' rains give us CHlPff1LJ1;

our main ,1 lop>> sail. Our. for the Peniacola Gazette. ,I Ii to every: A eric4n ; Its .liberty the promise alan abundant'corn. '. N

.*"d f"ltt; her h'r .muock.cat1ia&I4tIx1iI ; i A number of the Citizens of Ja kion ; sealed: with ti e bllOdof' our ,fathers crop.. The ,cotton, too ,begins to Pursuant. ]to'an eirjierjofthefoao*- ... ,
-
hiprollrd'alhcr g toIyu gmy County, Florida, residing on both aidesT the fun es - Jackson
dc : dis- of Chipola creek, assembled at the'store" : dated Fort Gaines June 28th County qf ,. 01 .
fears \n.re. soon scarce] y" as ended ,to heaven ... .
'
''l.tf btJt ho\v nobly: she I of John II. and.James M. Stone, on the : that "There are'the finest cotton WILL BE, 8.0LD
?, ", hen I saw 4th of July, 1825 ; and, in the greatest, ; chief Magistrate of a says., .

pe Ii..d through the high swelling : harmony, celebrated the anniversary respectable S aif t should boldly fields here (and a 'great .many. of To tWVigVisst '\i\\de .
dsbeJ bid defiance: threaten the them I have We -
and seemed to .i American Independence. Tlie followingtoasts jdisneaiberment four ) ever seen. .

.&CS,angrY dements.-ldcm. were drank, cco11P'anied..with.ap-! happy:IJn: on.,/ Let"'the.people\ shall have cotton open by the 4th ofJuly. O N the first Wednesday after the third ._
the propriate patriotic songs;." Monday in October .next at the
so -- -L pause on this-even, ;, Jet them,esti ,
1. THE toUiTn.of JOCT, 1376-The I 0 town ChipoU, the'Seat of Justice for
'
-
pm S}. @@rb. BHD.yjij'j proudest dty'in the annals of the world. mate, duly the |vaUs "r the liberty i : said.County, a part of the lots of' saidToWn

2 -John Qui cy JldamtPrcridcntfofthc .TVC enjoy, and the. sacrifices made 0
"
y_23.1_25._ United States.-Ue has a mind to\ conceive io obtain ii, let ey ry..patriof 'con/ SHIP Ttrnu of Safe Ten per ent.. in ad- I

-- ; talents to illucidatearid, we hope hlmbelfsafajthful sentinel vance, the' .balance. in six and twelvc' '. .
irrrnetI that thC article re firmness to exercise the true principlesof .... months. .
ire who slumbers '
tbe dt'lths in Mcbile, which \\ el Libel'h.. po.i at-his.! post, a/d Titles will be made on. the receipt'of !

Spt.tifl l h Mis: week, wa-t incorrect as, re- 3. The Governor and Officer of thitTerritory. at the end of every succeed ingge- 0 I1Vg I I the. 'last payment.' 1

I )bj i, ,\rmstrnnr.. Marshal ,;f the .-May \.isdommd Justice ever Iteration, the pleasing sound will The town of Chipola is situated on the j

PrictMobile; : ; tit gentleman being characterise th'eir proceedings.! They be heard that "aU', well !I" western bank of the river of the same
ff the U:accounts alive und well.vi have he confidence of their ronetitucnta. 'l'nepeop1 of these United :3oirt ot 1nsao1a. name, at the head of navigation, and ad- t.

-- I 4. Henry .tf.. Jirackenridge, Judge cf States, should' often turn with fervent 0 i ioining to rich and fertile"lands; on a
-
received an Oration delketedltIIolIncs' j the ilcttern District Wisdom and Ju>>- ENTERED. landsome eminence, commanding a view r
,H : v1ky. Jackson County on :: tice have characterised: his proceedings. devotion to the tombs of July Schr. Amelia- of the country round it, and the prospect i'
Reilly.
: .
: .
4th In- by Mini Clark: 1'f4q'j:1 5. James Moiiroe, late President of the those pairiotsJby'whose exertionsour New Orleans of health: ,and good water is surpassed I

the'iitb shatl! appl"ar in our ncx : \ I IJ United /ftafet-'Well done thou good and County was recovered from Consignee of CargoWra by any section of the Territory. : ,
that t.tc imn'ers1r.r of faithful servant, slull receive the ; \Vright & Co. and Stone and ; '*
to ohSCf"C you darkness, and ;usierrd into existence 0 TIi s.ILHtiU :I' to
)
1p; IiS not been ncglgenerally. lccted in thanks of your fellow citizens. Nisbet. 00 .
J >entlence under the guidance and Cliff. c..: :
In St. AURUSnwmer 6. GEORGE H'JlSHLVGTOff cud protection ., ARRIVED.July 0 Dep. C. ,
oIl1'erritor} omnipotence who bleised 0 Jatkson-County;, :
arrangements .were Baking, tilt departed .\lartgrg ttj.'lmerica'Vhilc S "
19. Schr. .
Packet J
Covington The
tine Editors of tbe
Florida 0
iTthr lat account, for its celebration Liberty shall have a votary, they will us, and saw, "that the lightwas latelBgencer
Grant Mark
JJut infant seat of Government, weIIndenilUlJ. live in the Memory of their countrymen. good." Scarcely was the St. will give the above an iiisertion! 'oncta 0" 'X-. f:
our
; .
SAILED. month untill the day of sale, and forward ??
that due honorsvcrc' paidlirfieaav 7. .iudrew Jacksun.-Horn and educated I:
dawn of visible '
Oration was deliveredOB in America, without the of our rjsiig sun 'a- July 21.-Schr Amelia their account to, the CIerk'sOjlic&jn. ..:
and an intrigues Reily,
!acoll1b.The bove the horizon, vhen happiness, Jackson County, Florida.S. .t 4
tbe occasion by Col. foreign courts l the beru, patriot and St Mirks. II
statesman.-The choice of his constitu. peace, security 2nd plent) was yo 21-laxnts. .

following presentment of the ents. diffused over our happy land, and The Corporation Pensacola! :
Account
n'l Jurv of J aclcson County has been 8. Col. Joseph.,)/. White, our Delegate in extended to the : borders of the in. Current with Geo.V.- I ti!

S 6r.lIt to us "for publication. It seems thatie the lie is next fill Cong''ey-Tht"ecle'ated the confidence situation wandering Mississippi. 0 Approaching Barkley, Treasurer. ___ 'i I I..
that lo '
Grand Jury express regret, displays we to meridian splendor 8c' Dr. "
: Cr. .
have his talents and
Attorney attending t1uCout in patriotism integrity. ,
ileic is no J. .
we see these blesiings pervading
'
li.ii' i 14 ccrtaiidy a subject of I ,
-wit rfpft: hut it mu-st injuscc: to the 9. Gtvi. R. K. Call our late Delegate' the western wildsand, extendingto January IB25. January 1825. "0 f"

i'enttananvho how fi'.li.: the ullice: of U. Coi.;rett*-May happiness attend him. the distant .and lonely Pacific, To amount paid Diego: Qu inter. By balance due the Corporation 0 0 :;
here, !be recollected lJ. Those Jlembwt in Congress who ra for Drayage. g2 50 .
S.Distnct Attorney causing the face ot nature io as per settlement g 133 39J. :
of his voieu for tile President, agreeably to tne
received the news apI March.
ti'a' we voice of their aid did smile, and the suvage, uniting\viih June. :
14th of April, and that constituents not 11.I
tne To Jeremiah
.ointment on tratictc .heir for the emigrant, in strains of dora amount paid Ingra- By amount ofLicences received'since ;;
arrived in this place on the lit! of votes private advantages. liain maintaining
] Pauper the
> first of
only: a few days before the session 11. The Vice Pretident of tile United tion, responding these blessings 1823 .. 18 50 .- .day: Jan j' !
flay ; 451 95J i
... Htutes-His talents and patriotism entitle ary 1. 1
: the
? ---7\'..tS made--nrcfi; it cuum II preentnientbe1W S- .1... .......:..... ha ti.lla to the source from whence they To amount paid Chas.-Candoeun: T, .. By amount received duties on 0 :
..... tln..on "- aS l-i i +n ;
thai he could so spl'e ilys'J'il.the 12. 1ie South American Patriot'lay -- ,1 't$o ht' IM5 To amount p.ttthe Clerk of super.or ft r. ;
csnecled I a \ r n 'sna .57 .
be our bursting our own sacred By pOSlicu ul l l
they never the system,
want which is so deeply regret- give up ship. Court, Corporationis. the Constables
City .
cd:by tbe Grand .1 Uf}'. IJ. THE AMERICA: FAIB-The noblest limits, chieeriu\; a once benighted Hannah -25 4 By amount of taxes on account, 3 50 'I f!

part and partner of Man. space, pasing the lofty To amount paiu Jerrison &Cook ofthe years 1823 & 1824 273 50 ifliLt:

District of \\'est :Florida. Andes and extendiig to the South or articles' furmsned a Pauper By amount of taxes on account
.
JACKSON SUPERIOR COURT, > To the People of the United Pole-turning fri.m the pleasingview 2 50 of the year 1825, 391 17 4'S J

States. to the poli ked European, Jflnl. By amountof Corporation notes l.iib'To
.
Term 1825.The 5
June amount paid Foster S.Chap- issued, 248 00 :
Grand Jurors for the County The late correspondence of and we see a unittd world, ALL, i man,sundry expenses, 4 62 : .J_ ': il

J.cksonl1e pleasure in staling Governor Troup with the Secretary ofFering their homage tour splendid To amount paid T. Twitchell + t: I;,:

to the Court, that nothing of I of War, and his Message 10 the monument;of human wisdom. for a lllank Book, 2 75 < i, 1"Jii t.:',

criminal nature has: been presenttd -i Legislature of Georgia, are calcu- Feeling the importance of me To amount! paid John Jerrison 0 t ;;
a for support ot a Pauper, 7 50 '
: station we hold in the rank of nations J 0 -
for their consideration, during lati'il to make a deep impression May. 0 "L. f DR 1. i

oil the mind of who feeling a due sense of grati- 0 0 'f.'" J :
the prebi'iit Term and they are every man To amount paid Z. Uennet, repairs tic
happy to l learn that there exists but wishes for the happiness of our tude to those who establisiud it, .. done the Engines, 25 50 :: : T 't'f. : ;
j
little cause hi the County, for the country. This day the United and a just pride at the wisdom To amount paid PedroSenacre- .. :: : 4 JR I't'jtI
,
I done the! 31 50 <,. '
lInd of the pairs Engines, -
legacy-wr
Slates half perfection '
exercise of the criminal powers enters a century ; a reView I ._
To amount paid Samuel' Cook 1 It
while: of the and the should be inspired with the awful '
of the Court ; but they con. past present, done the Engines, 3 00 '
repairs t
the and the responsibility which devolves up- .' ... .H!
*
jr rat u ate themselves upon unexampled prosperity To amount paid A. \\ Moore, \ .'

ordiily state cf society, which which 'has marked our course, on us, and endeavor to transmit it repairs: dune the Engines. 1 '12 _. .0 0 0 ):(;
"
fast indicates, they can but express should dispose the American people unimpaired to the latest posterity ; To amount paid Z. Bennet, repairs .. t .0 1 .:;i

is feel and their by cherishing union, adhering to dot the Engines, 10 00 .. .. t 0 y .
their: regret, that there no Attorney l to express gratitude .. ';i
Z. Bennett :
To amount paid repairing f '
aiiruding the court for the to the supreme author of Jl, ;principles which support and protect Engine in flit 0 ; .1ffJ
year :
: t ''I
purpose of b'rir.ging men personsto fur the uninlenupted blessings we ii, and opposing foreign or 1822, 11 50 ,. : ",- >0 ."", ,. : !"
:
0 ;
!
justice as may have violated the enjoy. To this day no event of domestic encroachments, by all To amount paid John Jerrisan, "' tinaintainance I ::1
.
)laws of the land. consequence affecting the union of the meanswhich, God and natuir &.C. of a Pauper 0 '. -:.f. .. 0 -I :
:
They further lender their thanks our gixat and happy confederacy, has put in our'power, and ifit ever 13 00 -,',. ,I\ ..*. j ,,,.: .5 ?: .

to his! honor ifce Judge, for the i h occurred, if we except the should be our ,destiny to fall, let it. Manuel June. Delbar-__ ., .d.: 0 ". .., :
To amount paid \ :
with the wreck ol mailer. .
disposition he manifests 10 attend \vhiikey insurrection the visionary be only .
cop assessor! for 1a25, 10 00 '.. .
: "
with i promptness to Kit the duties schemes of a. Burr, or the occa- ." CATO.Pensacola To ainuunt paid F. 4. Chapman, : .' :- I:: ,
which may devolve upon him as a s'tlnal ravings cf ambitious ll'HI July 4. 1825. 0 amount the sale of a boat, 0 -1': 0 .1 .. J. .It
......, : .J' f :
Court. 0 disappointed: aspiranls for office ; --,ptfa.aj.LLUV_1",1W'I StI4' -, refunded, 1 56$ .. :0 ., ., "' ..- 0 r
jy- '
,
We request the foregoing;: to be' but the condui of povel nor Troup From the .Montgomery Rejiubli can. To amount support paid of a Pauper'ohn Jerrison,- J', 5 37". ..,i" ;:,.. ,(.

in tbe Pen acola Ga- and his is of By a resolution of ihe'Legitltf&ture .'
published supporters a most a- To aniount paid A.V.. Hamilton y ; > .! "" t 0
zciic.If iarmihg character. It is painful all the Electors who muy bin ; taxed retunded, 5 00 'i., : .

w. T. Ktlbee, Wm. h. Mooring, to make invidious comparisons, favor of changing the present March.To .: ,40. : ''. 1ii
,, ..,'.
:
Hesry Trifljie, 0j>en William but it may be asked, what right has mode of voting, to openly declaring amount paid the Mayor and :'.. .. 0 ;. :;'l :' ; .. .., ,

Henry L. RcvictJusn H. Stone, Georgia thus to heard the General at the ;polls for whom UKV committee of roads. and. improvements ., ." K. 0 .'.
4'"
140 00
JJavid li'm.- Government ? tha give their suffrages, are requiredto : ".
Spears, Bryan, l. During period : ." "' : : .T .rij t
/os H. Hov>elt Wm. Me A'taly, Which 4t tried men's souls," w rile on the baci, of their ticket, 4flril. 0, .. 7f!,' ;:' ': -, P
Jerrison
To, amount paid Joiin ; w ; ti
Jihn Smith, Jeremiah Cautey, when every State in the Union, "Fitofl Voce. i Mayor). 75 00 :.. i -: ..- {': .':
if this resolution
0 '
James C. Litter, Jordon Smith, I \' i8 pouri'igout thfir blood and The advocates To amount paid N. s. Parman-. 1r" "t

John Ward, Wade H. Dubois, ireasur? .o secure our independence no doubt:, supjosed. that tin tier Secretary) ii 62 50 ,. I "\. >

Jshn Williams, Wm. lint, did Georgia then" stand by adoption of such a \ahieasure would To amount pad; F. S. Chapmm.'j.. .j' 0 .,"0 .: .. !0 f :

have tendency to So muchof High Constable, 60 00 ._ ,. ... .
lrn. Wutton Jvnaa a away ,
Daniel
her ?
No
arm she was the s' ut To amount paid F. Commyns, : 0
II ifcy Blunt, Gurting Moore. of isurdcr, a mi-re frontier settlement the present) systejn\ of eleciionneeiing Constable; 45 00 r r ,' )t ..

Ordered, That it be published and a rendezvous for every which they'considered a Rvpry July. 0 : : ":i:r. -/ 0 t 0

arerable to rtcjucst. traitor Jirirl villain In tUo oouitlry. .tUjfrltnnaHlu.. -. ..- I O aiiumnt.pal Juliu Jcirlauii, 0 .i.: !
0
I do 21 Mayor, 75 00 :.., : : 1 4
witify mat the abov is But the Sate of Georgia has her
'
-
TAKEN UP i ,. :
To amount paid N. S. Parman 1"
true extract taken from the miBuics I patriots, and sufficient virtue and .. i 0 ;',' 0 I
62 J. 40
tier, Secretary, 50 '
this the luth of June 1825. : honesty, to retrieve her character, And\ Coi\\i\\iUeii to Jail, To amount paid F. S, Chapman, 0 .,J;! ." ;, ,',

J li. D. STONE, which is now disgraced in the person In the Citif of 1'ensacola, High Constable, 60 00 f- :-r< ;.. .. ." : ....: : !

CCk. S. C. J. C. of Governor Troup, Gov. On the 19th( Instant, To amount paid F. Commyns., 45 00 "0 ,.It ,_' '; .'0 ". r;'i -' I'' i
Constable, ,: "
'
"atain"should fti
-- Troup is solicitous that no 0

The D:.cUit't Ikriiicn !-The follow- he left on the page of our A uawt Maich. ., T : ..1. J:>. 0
To amount paid Win. II. Hunt, 0 ":. _. .. ,p. '
IRK luirua &Uf Kuroptun p..pt'r is; an ex- -has viz. ;i) i- _", --..-'. ;. /, ,
history, meaning Georgia iFellows .
'
ceiieiit practical deui isti-ation of the lol 2 Negro for printing, 63 31.1 :. i.'c:r" ,;' {)'J' "t"J ''' -

ly oi appcal.ig, to arm to decide he already forgotten the infamous To amount paidlorstationary, 5 00 .', -. .11'i T ",.i., ','"''fi'" ;, ':.. .'tff..ti:
ques- '" '.....
tVIIS bt-uccu individuals.All ; VAZOO tranbaction ? Y. a, hh present Wa@I! Dfif'C To commission 1425 79 at 3 ',' < .' :i i!, ; ,:}i:''''''',, ?);.v',1

cvnduct will be stain on the percent, 42 77 :.. ,' : < -}: :.. : I
.. affray took place on York a J: feet ax and an hail inches June. 0".'' j. ., .. .-...t 19..f'-'t:; 7' ,_ ::' ;

luce; LourstVMay 9th, betweu forty history. of Georgia, which all the high, has fast several his upper Toamountof01dnotestobede. L' '_.r't.-:';-:":: ": ; '::(" t ':

waterin her rivers will not wash teeth, ; a round scar on his, Z '- 0.. ', 0 .
or fifty of the Icnitikillen Dragoons 0 his roved, 248 00 ;; ., F, : : r;
l and scar on
L/ right leg long -
out. Admitting for the sake of of Cash hand392 00 ; ., '. .''""
a'id ihe' people. A more right fool, neXt to his little' toe ; To amount on ; .Jio.'.:.i. .
1-rocious has argument, that the treaty with the jrn rir occasioned ov a burn, .,. 'f "
one not been in York the first he says : .
:
for many years.: It originated Creek Nation was made by their and the latter bya, cut of a broad-axe. S 1559 ,19 .: ':: '.gisjsij. A0.
bet\\Ctl1 legal representatives, Georgia had -- : :- -::: 4
a ytungtran of York and l WD
cnt of the soldier : no right to molest them until that : ,'. M

lUl'ion "which cf* on them the had trifling been : treaty had expired, and until it was in&: five a scar feet on eight his left inches arm, which high, ba he 0 E. E. George.Bark1ey.- "

Iii (lie army longest." The soldier violated by the Creeks themselves, gays was occasioned by the in- 0 ." .. 'City Treasurer! '
** f -
gave several blows which and not even'then-but this is not noculation thekine pox;I no Pensacola, July 1st, 1825. 0 0 ::1fl

Were rreind: and the object soon tlcase, for it is confidently asserted 0 other,identifying mirks. : 11 0

seemed to br, decided "which that Governor Troup and I CICERO siysltbat he is fortyo() years We the undersigned'having: been appointed' a committee -ex. j
SheriU'ofujrnptervihe
s3cu'd his obtained this by old and that he| m sold by the and ucliersof4heCttyOTreistirer and ha l ...
remain in the array long- gpnts treaty iUUtrict, South Carolina, .a'nin the accounis J 1g ,
tS t." *I'he yc.diei-a at once con fraud Sc cprruptiuuaad"ha\-'it-w:.. as the property of Kichard uidgell, WCaptain examined the same,. do herebycertifythattljey-arecorrectjagrc -

Ineured tearing up the stalls, and knowingly n1adewi h incompetent Josephkhbaugb; who told luai. ably to;the 'abofc. state. t'Jit.. ,' i : ,, : 0

LreakiJH; benches into weapons, authority.: Alabama is as much to a llr.-"Richardson.' vBYKAM 0 00 3n.de la Rua, .' ? > : :*. ,

and when thus equipped sallied interested: in,this country as.Georgia .-' say I beti is forty.tbree 0 :Benj. ,Wyman, V' Committee.Francificd :
,
and thai be-belonged to \haJ.I _
old ; .
but mark the conlrast, and see yean ; ,
gUt -
knocking down tv'"rry'one who ; I S. XanH de P; P lmes )
Ml and dignifiedcourse I Bron on; 'SunjptervifleDU1Ct : .' .,:
what '
in ihqr way.. Several a prudent was sold by tKe Sheriff.to a Mr. Smith, 0 tb i825i '
persons col :
July
Pen. :
in ,., .
regard -
were dreadfully wounded. : that State pursues, 0 'They both tite that they were_run cff 0 : ,.' : ?

.. n to this question injustice! from South Garolini by. white men, who
5thrm Mr. Read Chief
Con- tbe Board of Aldermen 'of the itQIecOl1'bat:
Resolved by. :
Stable had been doncrto Oeorgareparation sold them in Alabama ana offered .h : :
of
te Lecds,.und Sollitt, one of everi should besought' for,_ .,them one bundled dollar, each to- say no the abve.account"presented by :the City Treasurer, _together:: wth,,: .

York, Police. The people ul- would thing aboutJV30t vr- obliged to. take the certificate of the Auditing nmitte be published ,la thePca.

tnnatdy aimed themselves with. itt spirit of. amity, and It: I Jncm back. and refur .the money. rcccivf cola Gazette.--Signed OntheMlnutes. : .

tatuu, &c. and'drove 'tll'e'aol ierttoSl be granted but.it' suit Governorvrroupancl ed for them f'tl cy ten left them with 0 -F.1I.isbet / L. :

the 6e ,Is. Six or'\he'latter his supporters to advocate .another white roan. 6'brought them. to d .. 0 ..... -;- .' .-,
fraud and corruption, by acts Pensacola. 1 : .rt'J'Wtntf. "
:tte akrn in : \ 0 :: r' ( : -' t" :. t. "


tlousl} wounded custody that! hip, OflCSO rifcovewyidoubiful. ser -- of treason.Posterity t Chapman{, Attest.._." t. ", .- : ":..."-'..e'-",t'.> ',"'._,,........,-"' ,...."'...,'....-' '...'........,,.'. 'i'. :'. ''-'!>'t.. .,,", .'.. .''.......':',.. .... '", 0. :'::; ,
i1I\
Parmantier : '
1 is 'QUJRY-; will hardly: lieve, that V flomm' ns, ; N1.S..: : ,::.l./f .:, ;. :. :r. r .1; :.; : :; A. -' .!:

hjth of II/em.had. been.in.thc. or- undera; Government like ours.the .I "' City. Con*tad let. I .'7' 4 &erettu.1J.I". .:,'.,.' ,.,,,,';.,,,.'f.'.N,,,,,,,,, ,, .-" ': '' ", .' ,:-'--.... : ,' ',. ". ,'.l.' :'". a

%1f:I! l2gcat' / ocsi per aps that has ever been Pcn d..>IaJ' 1 ,= ; 5 21-tf.: : ,' i Pensacola, July, 15th, ,. i82'5.. : ,: ,':;' ;,:f .:t;,: '.li' \r. :- .;,:,:' = .'':
,.?
f' ... "; :
;
0 ." --- 'j : 0 :- ": :,;.. : .-
0U. .
40 : ,. .
: 0 1. :' ,.,- >
'. t .' i.. a. .. I I II .. -')I.'' .. :I 0 5 .' .-72".- .,:' ..:' ",.' .;:' .-. t,*..;,_-t.t.,;'f" .;"' ....,-, !;' .. '.''".,', 0

I r (
# t'l

.. / t l .. .'pI

S I
.
J- ,
'd4 -
_
,
_
.. _is .'
0 0
-t
''' }
'
0 ..,.- H; .";" "" .,, -ua ,...i-1:!;: .. J.; !



j'-iJ, ,L, ---S--S-
".';:... iP '" II! or ..' ...-- -
,
'. -T: : :i" ""

5
P I I ,- -, S S *.S.1

,, t- S
I "
-

{ wr'h r. tW 'From tie' Wcftty Lffiuneaut Gazette.TO I 1.flOE* '; .'- -. FRESH ,:E:2T.: .".of7.J P I .tmce,{tt ': maJDi1f'' ,t>'k

\_. W.p3tIed; in, weekly' numbers of THE ,PUBLIC. J\fe, -ri'beY- OD ,tfMi 3d li 'lu ,tf\tJ.' \..fta$:*toI',
R.J). fiichanUon I A |* .ww ,1.8 $
U T.Ptnrinuut i11g'.GOQds. 4' .t
fea eigbturto Sil1 # h llICb
I p aes.bl J. S. SKINNEK of the .
at tJie'xt term l1 l takq 'ttt
Postmaster,of the city of Baltimore. HAVINU: formed a 'Copr.rt 1enhip' in rIILpp <* 9Ut.WithIUthrt
Court Tor1-. w---- 'lt'District \ wi1Ii I.b
Business the will \fV5f Superinf ( rurWitifttl"'to '
t't S5 per annum, to be paid, .invariably : same, of Fjorifc, 1&J'CflSCOl3., for a Subscriber has: receive, (r perlit. 'ni QQ
hered'r"beconductedWldcr of nttal
tlie firm PosCOffice
advance
in T as deadA.NathanieI
,. t f Richardson and Prnniman. I writ of partition,*diid6(: the real estate arrivals Horn New-York and New- letters'
I
I .11I i Journal is handsomely printed deceased, iioods, which, 1 ( ,.
The quantity of Advertisements both of the late Mariatarlola Ruby Orleans,wipplv Spring AlamHenr .
u-ith a.g1'e number! engraving to i)- devisees of the'Ai for.ner stcck, make a
>- languages contained in the Louisiana Gazette amongst the heir aiul together.with his ) M. D
:
,
luatratc the
"
treated -of. Fift atkt.nridgt
'subjecti ) said real estate con viz.
and the matter of a nature afaostsolely lIa a-\\'biCl complete assortment. WilIam Blunt
., !Jnnea
two numbers, a lu"le page.and an ample sistioflbeollownK. nutubered lots i.ithetitvofPensaqSla.'toWit i ,
: I index, nuke volume. It is written for lean interesting have in the City of New \)r- : : : '! t:, 1 10 Packages Hardware, viz : ,,1 homa.s}. Btalsdt'11, J\l e'n BriCh J. K'
: *, taken up so: much of its c ? ,
: by the intelligent and distinguished practical lumns as)o render.it a matter of minor lumbers 50, 121, 125, 126 127 129, Knives IJ md Forks- BakerJbsolumRolan Brrtatd. "
Fanners in every State of the Union, 71 \72. 36 i22; with :tlieappiirtenances Carter
24 together
and is devoted to the subjects of Agriculture. ;importance to country'subscribers. Un., Pen and Pocket Knirc, S. 'C.:1.ho: Henry Crettth

; Internal Improvements and Rural der these circumstanceS they have been,\ n\11LD1 U5 'I', 11ron UnnVfTable! and Tea Spoons/1 11 (( PJ Elihu Cran "Ritb.
induced to commence the of a *. do. do.
publication Brittaniai ard JComptuD 2
and Domestic Econofl To give Juan
It11* ) a !g tberebo.Which ...!. Padlocks Nob'Locks, Caiiii3,1
and' Iron
',': : better view of the copeand tenor of the Weekly Louisiana Gazelle, t' H .. GSmbletj, N.Coxe. .
** i*".,: American Farmer the following sketch the first number of which they now pre t said lots are now held Stock:LOcks, Chet &'.Cupboard do. D.. -Silas 'DJnsmoor '
' $ in !by Joseph; Screw Plates, Saws, Augers, Chissels, John Xt
andjowned co-parcenary
:.f' .* is subjoined ; being the table of contents sent to the public. They design to ren- Davis '
7 of the : e\en numbers,which have already der this paper replete with matter interesting C'u nero, Celcstino, Benjamin, Maria Y. Files l Hammers, Cofiee Mills; ,David Dunb:1r. jr. 'I
I Candiila and Joanna Ruby, who have a Brass wood and Cocks, 'E.-John Edwards.
patent
.. appearcd of the.seventhvolurne., to country subscribers, adding to )
,':.', important foreign and domestic, intellij i fee Simple title to the same.; and a great variety of hardware, &c. F-;-Samuel) Fairbanks
:
_ No 1 -On the culture and, preparation j notice -- .'
; 'The Subscriber givetl1i' as Ptte
2 Casts ,
nca
CaipciYlo a pl"
j r ,pofitical and literary, F arnham'Joha r
gcnce on1yuches.saysan4subj S
I of Cotton r.ma.rbt.ttb engravings cfj and FopriagtOtL
j Guardian of Benjamhi Ruby Jcaifna 2 casks Carolina hoes, ,
ts themselves
: as apply to
machinery used ; t n Jhe ,al eand economy G.enJamlD
', 'the State. Rub on whose behalf the above 4 casks tin ware,assorted; Gordon, Cali
rnen.i
I' & of the Ox'over the, Horse for-a gnculthial -, S !
is be nrtde.Jos6 bellows S-ices anrillj 'Godly.
tioned BhTcVbUiith's
to
labour. Great match between' unproved W shall exert all our physical and intellectual application >> "S
'
Short Horned and Hereford Cattle : energies, in, order th'at..we may Ortiz. Sledge and hand hammer, H.-Selina, p. Han!), John \'l -

.. wliick:! produced much excitement render this'paj>er worthy the attention of Err & Cuarc4un. -' ,p Swedes Iron, Hall!', James'Harper; Hull* :

Jalely in England';' on the sagacity and a diserning public. A newspaper editor Pensacola, June_ 5th, 1825.-15-: Bar Foolscap Lead paper and ,. )'Tapping"do.. per, Lei Harris, John Hel'\'e Hal';

usefulness of' the should be:a man ofabilities, diligence Gunpowder..
Shepherd's "
: Dog, by \B8 ize Ur: llren ** -* ** ; Celia HallJ. #I
4 Col.J. lh"Porcl; ,on the culture of the and firmness. He should possess those 15 Cases Dry Goods viz :
liwpe and manufacture,; cf Wine, as now habits of industry' wl cta arc essential forthe j1l1E price of ftcur being g6 50 per S Charles! J. J nkin4, ('bas.

practiced in France, by'Cobbctt ; Proceedings Jabourofcolkcting information, that 4L parrel, the ,rntr of bread shah be, i Heady made clothing, S. V. Jones, 'Robert Jones

of the Horticultural Society',of unrelenting ,vigilance( which is ever on from ,this day,37'ouices for a bit. Domestic ticking, checks, K.-William 1'. KHbee 3ihony

". \ London, and.their election of the Editor the,--- win u '--n.!!' : *.n 1t_.. _Littlun_eou._ mpp.ilru- -.. ..... .coororitvTins ...C1-....* ', t By order of tlie Mayor, Cambric muslins, chintz, Kcasbey. ", All.,

J'. oi tile American armcr' as a member ui: that suQefs( nothing to escape, and that IN. SI". armantler. Fire Aladrass handkerchiefs, L.-Francib

r their body ; on the practicability of obtaining equally scorns to take or to ghe quarter. Fine silt flag (10.- Luster.

T 1; Good \\'ater to flow on the surface Without these qualities knowledge is.almost !- Pensacola, I June, 10th, 1825.S.c-e.arL. Fine cotton those, do. half do. M.-John Martin, John .McGo.

;r by boru>g, in almost, any situation ; Spcrt- useless, and in some measure, these .. French shawls osnaburgs, nt gall, Christopher i\latbt\J

\ ing. and other Anecdotes.; indeed may be saidto create it. An editor :% \'f\ viI.o Pins, needles, thread, Wilhum McLrod, Flora McI.,

,;: No. 2.-On'the burning and full directions should posse[* the talent of selecting, T Superb wIt buttons, .tc. hand, Lauchiin McLennan
of sutlers and
combining, of charging home hi* information intruding others, R. I
hats
10 black ool
r' for the use of Stone Lime as manure caSh v ben
with an engraving his'lime, kiln, that talent without which, tile who: commit vaste on the public 1 do white do. McDawellLachlen McDo.nald .
fiercest assailant rebounds from ins mark landai11(5E, do"chtldren' Peter McCaskiH
by John Patterson, Esq. of Baltimore do. beaver Lauchlia
like the dart ot'Priain from the shield! ofoptolemus. I k. McLennan
county ; a lull account Earl St msun'a Ne He ffl lawless J persons who are guilty morocco do. Henry S. lrers.

c.", management of his celebrated premium rirn.iiej.s, which contends should fur the('os>ia es!t> that L. ofllitrudn-: i.n;; htiitLoftime United 6 trunks men's calfskin hrogans P--William Pinkne) CoUrcto

' p farm in the State: of New York ; on the! of t5 ground: that nr.nncw wnicii> often men L States, and of committing waste on public 1 do. Indies' Morocco, do. Key West, William Prall.

diseases of various I-'ruit Trees, and hoi timber are hert-bynotificd, that ALSO R William
lulls ot bat -
I bucccsb, uhich never niasuresS Rogers
can
to cure them, by James Wortn, ')1' Fcnu.syhania I DC '" have bit en takrn fur a rigid: enforcement of barrels jr. 2 Jw*
r$ ; on the construction of Kail ltnqucr\1 i t..a. hm.ne.vj which a supe.: I the !a\,Lsofthr United btatc in such cases 100 Whiskey, R.mage, Washington Rowiand.Cot.
.1 :toads r riur n.iiid so prumpviy teeis in a pro llcuncWL.Ilt. 25 barrels Flour H. L .Rtvir'-- p'--- -Z-.i ;
; extracts: from the Note Look ot a made and prfl\ded, they are hereby or- v
: ui thc wealth and auipntudc ..,, cc -o. 4. :Joftn A. Russell
*.. ...
.
Desultory Header.XQ dercd to \Jl..m ;n *hotf .w. f I '4. JJUU ougal', DanUi
4f 3 x .-.. --" -.- .'-" 7 "'11athtoour lot to possess but a very tWitn, ouieruiselhe} wilDe prosecuted 30 Hebron!, Margaret Robi>on.
7 on iKe'llorsvjth an elegant engraving, small share ot'aimy .ftme above pje-requi-; to the utmost rigr o"f the law. bagsOofiee.. S.-David J. Shackleford

;*, lowing by its proper term every part of r sito qllahtica\1ons-lJut we promise our Given under nv hand, at the city of :N. H.Allen. than Shackleford Na.
: p the annual atone oiIs to Washington, the -ith day of ilarch 1825. Ambrose Sims"Abraham
itns paper I'> \\ readers nut to be dthcient in zeal to render April 15, 1825.Spring.
; ever 'farmer the : for : Geo. Graham I Smith, 'Domingo iai
) subscription a}ear ) ; our paper worth} ot patronage. Ma:
!; exti acts on venous: subjects, from Agricultural The \\ eekly Louisiana (;:zeUe, will be .. Comnftsioner of tie General Land Office. i de Silva, Joseph Sini/leion.
'
t';;, ; A dress's'al .h1e tiUb t.&tIGntt published ever) S.ituraafermioon Mnd. 8-Uj. Goods. P.-John Tanner.W..John .

:' on tile impruvement of U ool ; Ho,;*, extraordinary sent oil to sub>cr.!) .r in the country bv 1. Warfield

: weight of some, and Uieir Sunday mcnang's U.all-th arrange:use 11 L: Coffee & Preserves. i.-ktnson: Edward Peter
;
:keep numerous valuable receiptsSpoil* will e
; enable ubscriber YerHugb
to receive the latest niJfsPrec11 Havana CoHcre STONE & N1SBET
100 Wallotton Dai
and oUter Auec otcs. id
ing I Williams
from
intelligence different AQ.guslus ."
S*... quarters _[15 boxes preserves, assorted in -
: :No. 4.-On the culture and qualities of ot the country.1'crsons :,each hoi, receivedper Sch;. Ananda I']"AYE received per brig St. Clair from B Woodward 2, John

:": ,:u ious lirussis; on the comparative; value in- the country who may wishto Aalina, and for sale: b- I New-York \% hite, Alexander \\'o'lh n'Pton

tt. and economy of the Horse ; improved become subscribers to"this paper, will 1 merchandize containing u.
Stone & IN iSI)( l.I rJ' t, packages Robert Mitchell.
Short Hori.cd Cattle he Cherokeeliose
please L
; ; give us notice throng. the PostMasters a handsome! assortment of
-
, ; on the quaht es ci Stucco, as used I of thcr respective towns, when, I WTI1litLRtThI', I f staple articles suited to theseon aancyand Po e'iancPensacol -.

::1 for protectinnand 1 beautifying the exterior if they desire it, we will forward the papers ILL draw detd-s bills ot sale, s \'Iz"S S June 30, IB5l8.3t.MUSEUM .
S ot huusc.i ; on the construction ot t commencing with the first number. Wr powers Printed S "
muslins various .
I : attorney, bonus &c. in the qualities, :
-
Jail tt as, being a Premium Ensuy fromScotland'wrdi wll l be
paper published once a most forms, and attend .to, : 4-4 London chintz, .
: all the engravings. week in the English Language, and forwarded i approved any Of Foreign Literature "
chintz shawls
other writing uhich may be committed to Fancy prints, ,, aiScjec.
No. 5.-A valuable Essay on Sheep, to subscribers at live dollars per i Cambric handkerchiefs
I lum and ,
I with promptness accuracy, andon ,
the origin, management, ana qualities 011 I annum, payable in advance, or three dollars reasonable terms his situation in Robe patterns do. coloured flounces, S

the Spanish Merino Flocks, by AnthonyMorrisEsq. I per six months, to be paid in advance i the clerk's office renders; an applfcation Leno, book.and jaconet-unuslins, E. UtuU.Pubfrhsr, 88, rinnuttt. pIT l

from notes made in Spain; : j i to) him'convenient for those who may' be 9Sand4 cambrics, is composed entirely, as its title ia>:

1! on curing obacco ; Indian corn, cunous I Richardson & Pennimnn occupy the about to execute any instrument of writing Muslipatum handkerchiefs, plies, of selections from foreign,war.

and valuable experiments in the culture spacious building former!} Known as the \vhicii ia to hft recorded.DAVID White and coi'd merino & ,cassimereshawls nals. A.few words may show that it,rL
of by Mr. Seabrook of South-Carolina ; I City Hotel, in Doiiere street, bet\\ ten Canal I I however,far from bem? adverse to our'

i Proceedings ot the PennsIvanta Agricultural and Customhouse streets, fro in which i ; C. P1NKHAM.avingj Silk curf, do. long shavls assorted, own institutions or literature-and thgS

3 ; Society ; Orchard: Grass, a valuable the Daily and Weekly papers will be regularly COleY fit La'l Coloured lace scarfs and h'kfs, on the.contl'a.y, it may have an important,

:1Yi practical essay on its culture, qualities issued. I Sitk hose, white and col'd bordered effect preventing the dissemination

andtalue ; on the culture of Vines ; the Having consolidated the office of the \fixed his residence at Pcnaacola cravats, doctrines in discordance with the principles .

t holly", how used in hedging; on the cultivation L late Orleans Gazette, and the LouisianaGazelle will practice law, in the courts ol Printed and white Marseilles, upon which our society Is constituted.

45 of the White Mulberry; and the they have four Printing Presses LscambiaFulton, Jackson, Gadsden, Blue and yellow nankeens Some of the British Keviews and 3bnzines -

f I Silk \\,orm; on various Canals ; interesting and a general 1 assortment of Type and and Leontcounties, and also at Mobile.He Linen Drilling with col'd silk stripes, are re-printed in this country exactly .

. ; miscellaneous items; bponing Anec: arc prepared to execute all Hook and Job may he' found at the office of Col. Joseph Imitation, do. as they,appear at home and tliey as

;, dote*. Printing consigned to them, with neatness M. 'hite. Suspenders; cotton caasimeres. S well as those which are not published

, :t. No.; 6.-A very able and interesting Pe- and_accuracy. PeastcoiJtime! 1, I825.a"SlIEllIi" 7-8 Irish Lawns, here embrace much matter of little inter-

port of the Union Agricultural Society, 7-8 and 4-4 Irish, linens, in whole and est and no advantage to ourre1ders-and

f. .. en the culture of the Olive and the Viiie Pensacola Book Slort. "S SALE. halfpicces, which is not unfrequently fitted to vitiato

i fe in the Southern States; Proceedings of 5-4 Irwh"heelings linen damask," their literary taste, their morals and their

S the Agricultural Jjocety of Albemarle ; received---per-Prig- St. Clair, di Suftercr Court. Hrct Florida. 3-4 do. diaper; linen tickings, political principles. But while it cannot

4. on Docking Horses ; on preventing Dogs JUST from New-York, and for sale as Sarah ooaJl1t'%1vs. ladies' cotton hose assorted, be denied that there is in all these foreign

from killing Sheep ; on the Polatoe ; on above,an additional aortzicntof Hooks J fl" fa: White and coloured cotton h.slfhose, journals large (part which consists d,
S. 'f the cultuie of the Vine and the manutac mong which are the following I Nathan Shackleford.i Itibbcd white, '- do. details and speculations which'are uninteresting -:

rturc 01 Wine ; on the structure and pu\\'- NEW WORKS.Kothelan I I BT virtue of tlii-iexecution, I shall proceed Russia diaper, crush, &c. &c. to American readers, or iris

ci of Locomotive Steam Engines, w itu anengraving to: sell ti Public Auction for 6 cases gentlemen's 2c boy's beaver, chievom iu.their political moral ten

ot one with waggons attached; a Romance of the English His I' cash! on Tuesday iie'irst day of Novem castor and rcram hats. : dency, it is equally certain'that; a..coni-

\uiuable communication ou the Cotton tones, ber next, at 12 tfc'ock' at the CourtHouse derable portion of their contents is oCre

)' trade of EngLiul.No. Stanhope's Letters on Greece, ,in 1823? in Pensacoh- the following real AND IN STORESGentlemen'sand nef application and of interest and rake

T-An essay on the practice of and 1824, with Documents on the Greet estate, now occufied by Wm. McVoy I,S Ladies' boots and andth l they,embrace: much that Is in avery
shoes
: .: plougmng Jrom and to plants. iiul Us injurious Devolution, a1the: life of MustaphaAH viz :-All the' reminder of the unsold land Brown ,and assorted bleached, high; degree.interesting and curiPt3cticaJ.5Quml j

: ctitcis.: The exranclnigforce oij; in. the. tctior I" ciglil. mirtlred arpents, adjoining slieelinirs.awl shirtings and and able refined an3

fcru.cQUtioii. The marked fertility arising liuchanan's. Sketches of the North Ame( to tus Citjf on the east and fronting P1'ti.lft elegant ; much that will excite thought
in rican India with ( on Pensacola lay, granted to Francis stripes, checks, dowlasOsnthtirgs and refine the
4; from ploughing liuckwlic&t, or :**, a plan for their me- : blue aud imagination-that 'will'
turning up a Ciover by from a U he atptop. liorat-on, co Moreno, and coiveytd by acts of sale coods. brown domestic "raise the genius and mend the heartl ;"

t 1 lie depth ot'ploughing should L be Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by i i tuimproveine tbi3 (If ufianr ; oetnf'r'ltl1 all the and a variety stout of other for negro dry goods.clothing .\.nd ,vhaiiii WQ e"tiJ that gicatci't

: in proportion 10 the annual and vegetable Thomas Campbell, I I|ilscoasistingof tVuperiorcKl Madeira Wine in bottles, philosophers and statesmen, as well as

a nutter contained in the sOil ; banking The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts TllBKE DHOUSES. Madura, Tenerifie and sweet Malaga poets, criticks,and all other men of literature

\\ith the spade, together with a thing or for Plain Cookery, &c. &c. &c. m. : Wine in casks. now find the periodical press the
two on the subject of WoodenscaledShoes. Ujo! raphy of the British Stage, being the ; ; qr. channel through whichtheir opinions can -

4 Ktchiimcd :Marshes, &c. by G, Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses I AND be conveyed to the greatest number of

a. W P. Cutis.; on the improvement of nut 1IfISf'i.: &.c &c. A good assortment of Groceries. men, it will appear very evident, that a

Sheep and other domestic animal ; remedy The History of Matthew aid, by the .Alld Iso;one other tract of land, contain'mg _* April 5th. 1825. knowledge of what is thus written and
.
: for Hoven sheep and cattle ; o.) the author ui Valerius &c. c."jg'l hundred arpents on Durand's : done abroad is necessary to the successful .

t: iiianagtriuentof Milk Cows and rearing Uallam's View .of Europe, during the lllutf, Escanibu Coutty, granted to A'i- OKDHANCK ])LP.\RrllExT, cultivation of our own literature, and .
19'asAla
Calves; the Cherokee, or Nondescript l Middle Ages t'a1eCol1ins: and by lira conveyed to this EALE1) t9n, 4fA June, 1825. important to1 the politician, scholar and
PKOPOSALS
liose, in Maryland ; an account ot the The Spanish Daughter, detendant. S this be received man of business, as well as to him who
* OverflowingVell in the garden of the The Human Heait, Also two other tracs of land, adjoining 1:1of by Department until the 31st 3 reads only for amusement
Horticultural at C'hiswick The Highlanders, a Tale the Ust mentioned grinted to Lewis t July next, for furnishing the
Society with Gag- To
following persons who reside distance
Cannon at.a
5' Scenes in Europe, Scenes i in net and Nicholas Loez, and thtmcoU'e.red Balls viz, Seven thousand -
description of the manner of executing America, by five hundred 24 from the great depositories of New kr
the work, Fisheries. The Blank Rook ofa sn-all) CoMeJer to, this defendant, containing pounder Cannon
; : and New Inventions
conducted
be work
flails to delivered at Fort a
4 Each number ol the Farmer gives ti icmost Living Iflays| 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th| 9th eight Seized hundre at the:\rpentseach.suit I near Newcastle, Delaware. De1ewae, upon this plan is peculiarly important as
and 10th volumes aforesaid, to the
exact state of the market with respect pay I
affording them of
:4e S to"all the cuief articles that Farmershave ; TOGETHER 11'ITlIPatel's sum of seven thoiisandthree l hundred and I Six thousand 24 pounder Cannon. an opportunity keep
ing paceJn
the
with
:' Uiirty.niiie.dblUrs, 82 tents, with Balls,to be delivered at New Orleans- I SOmedegree progress
to sell interest
Works
or buy, refer-
supportedby in
5
complete
S enc tO.,particular salesr I Rollins Ancient History, 8, vols.vols. and cost, and,will be told to satisfy the The Balls arc to be cast' in iron moulds knowledge.of money 'time., atarery trifling expense

p-' Not more Uiaii six sets ofthe previous. Plutarch's Lh'es. 8 vols. same. J and to delivered on or before the first
"'7 of October* When it is added Jhat-most,of tlis literature
day
1826. '
z ,'olumcs.rc on hand. v I Josephus's Works, 6 vols. I ,'. Davison. They will be inspected of
Uie the day is not easily accessible litany
at
"
Persons subscribe Hamilton manufactories and
\\isJring in at I the
Purgatives
may ,
Slltriff Et. C uilty. other than this form to'our families
expf'QSC cf the United States ,
coz.c a b5 note directed the Editor but
Armstrong on Typhus Fever, Sheriff's Office ; they are
Pensacola
and at,his risk, by tHe mail.-May 13. Miner and Tully :'n.Fcvers>> ,', Jul 2d 185. fc be delivered at the pbces..mentioned, itT will readily acknowledged that ftworke
Orfila's Practical Chemistry f ) -ir-laints; at'the. cost and risk of the,contractors. ,.conducted uponthe plan of th
STONE & MSlJJfiT Powel Contracts by Cox,,'. I The > should' Musrum, may be in a very considerable!
op proposals be 1JI.de.sepa Lit
degree
interesting valuable 'how
< Morse's New Gazetteer LAW NOTICE rately: for each parcel, and should ,
jff\\ for"sale 1CK bbls.V state
p lf : ikcy, ( this Journal has been successful in endeavoring I
W'h.jr (:: tiW, Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket, THE 9Partnership: fall & Easter the price per pusuJIers0r.sa1spoicd. merit these I
'4b Wi. & 2l bbls Milton's'Works, vols. gilt having been dissolved oil Hie/lit lust to ofer to: appellations
: Sugar, ; proposals will must be determined and
. 4 qr.casks, > 6'weetand Dry Thompson's Seasons, 1'oL gilt,' R. J. Easter yiU in future attend the be.furnished, on application, with the di tlie:rapid increase of by the the ubscription publick ; .list
halfdo Beauties of Shakespeare do. Courtsja Mobile and Pensacola. as an mensions of the I bails and I
1 S Malaga Wine, Attorney and the regula.. is theimttt gratifying proof of ,
. Old Peach ,lirandy C'-Inpbell's.lJoems. do. Counsellor at Law; and will tionsioninsptjnkthiern. -. s.uccess.
.4 : \, AcDerican do. &c., &c. : I Mediations: do. atteut tot any!j business l cuufide'd to,"lisinanigement. : T3EO:: UOMFOKD, JlrevCCol. I I T rms.of5ubscription.A .
.
Pilgrims! Progress do: on Ordnance Service. number is published: every month .

.NO.rICE" I Pope's Works, 2 vols.* do.., ,May I 20th,, 18'J5-11"tf' Printers or the' Laws ofthe: United and the subscription price liSix Dollars ,
' .. 1 Lights, & Shadows of Scottish. Life, do. States-are desired to publish the forego year, payable in: advance. (A number
: q S hereby' given, That atttie next term STATIoNARY ing price a week fo '
: : ALSO, < ; ', are. ,wcks, ,and to compn$csl20po :cs3.vo.) ,
of the lion. the
: County Court, 1 will The Sorrows oFWerter, Vocal lfPr'UST' received transmit to this Department, with their It will be sect free of postage tn every
Standard, and for sale tile '
: presenttbe accounts and vouchers, and I Life Franklin Paul and : : : at Pen.' .accounts, one ,of the subscriber; long.as he continues to pay "
flIJ paptfs'conairiing-
: make final: Beiiicmeat. t the, estate of' Virginia, 1 sacola Book Sore'; a small assortment 'advertisement. advance. .
\\William 1J S '
Gulliver's : ,
Travels, &c.&C of I IQuills t- St
S'S
Gitcewtoula1ecUI'enaaco1a. dcceas- fl. The in' 1822 'and;
ed. \ Uaseli Hunt : July .S ,1 -Museum began July" > ,
sjupeiior.qualityi : .5 __. _.. all the back numbers may'be obtained on J
r S ,J bIt do la Rua, April 12th. 1825. / Letter ::Fapei/TVafer sJ '.: '::8 QTICE;-S.. > the, above conJit O& ., ., ,' "

p ..Idminitrat.Fdt. .,-. Mail : S USqbsezipthsrcceiTedat this oce. '
lX'ks
I 24th 1825 ,51-tf. ''I1\\UEon\ Arrangement. Ink, PowdeA : Slack&r4 l Ion. aftizte I.will apply to'the. ,whvreft number nay be, l e1.1e $
Thursday at 3 P. AL ? S S
tttCCounty.C '
-""' ,
'
( ci Escam "
Sealing iVVaj: aud "
flPJt1N'11Nti Closes on Friday at:10 A.'!f. County..f 'Letters of iari S. '
Adsninjsratjon *
oil New-York. I. -w -v
Exchange:
Robert Office Tape th state :
::1J4 Executed with ncaincst.and_ dis- Mitchell, f: Cnltnl;.' d--.I leRi,.. ,.'I latbf'_ '.., Id B OR ale hi sums' to suit"purdiaseii "Ii
I fi ---.u. : S. ,
at this'Office. Post Master. \y: :., aseiiflut." JD .by: .. -"- -' 5 fo'T', ," '$
patch ,,
: .. Pcnsacpla, June 30th,'1825 ls.-3t.: S MTith 1825. .- ': ,, .5 J J38"E: ;, 'Oaro, Stone tNfatei.Jam : .-' '' ;-,' ,;.jT !;!#
; "
S /
1 IiiZ \ : J ., 51(' "' .5 S
.' : &' S 14th, 1825. -S -SS '?!?or;i
5
(
...
.
5 S $_ ,' -
.5 ...5.-,.:,..,

im: ..... I ,."'''"'-J''""
-, "\ .
jL: f i;

.. .. ." ,. 0.&t c I., ..., ;r- ',, .. "
-
; ; ;

.. ..it : ":1"" -fi >*-- -'-=s c-fl fl. ,.... ..... .._ ,.... "' .,. .., ,',, '.-.," ,'I'... ,,. ;. '
.. .
"
,.." ; ... : ..r>......e:.:... .. .;-j : .:.(3 111i 11 i y : --