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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: August 13, 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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2rERrS4TURDAT, I dependence, and we wiah that the I and live only to your country in I'I fut crisis was past.>> The appealnow companions jn'arms,to Washing fl1

BY W. HASELL HUNT, ]l light: of peace :nay rest upon it her grateful remembrance, and lay to the sword, and the -only ton, to Greene. ,'to'Gates, Sullivan :
Foir EttTOH ASl) PfiUPRIETOK j fa rc"er. We rear a memorial of ycur own : bri/ji example. But question was,.*hether theipi- and Lincoln., Sir,.we"-have-become
fubWtrr of the fcnf* f the United States (oar conviction of that unn'*'-*"'''' Jet uo not IOD much grieve, that I rit and the resources of the people reluctant [to' ,grain ttie erour,high* t ;
art! of the Ttrzoruof2'1riJa. 'cd beneht, which! has been conferred you have rap: the common fate of would hold out, till the object I i est and last honors, further. We : L i, :

1 \ n'BLrTYf".I1". 55. 1 on our own land, and cf the men. You: lived, at least, long should be accomplished. Ncr I would ghdlv,hold them yet back I
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*.l'lr* ) :r J.2, ]happy ir.fluences"h1ch have been eroughtonow that your wcrk were its general consequences con- from the little remnant,of that immortal I: .it I

,: :'g't" paper t";\*elre hnd r.n fear half cents.Subscriptions I produced, by the same events, en had teen nobly and successfullyaccomplished. fined to our own country. The band. Strut in 'C lum re- ..r:'. ,
payablc'in' :ulvance.4vvj !the general interests: of mankind. You lived to see previous proceedings of the colonies .. Illustrious a& are your me 4 t,

RTJSISG-livery advertisementiA YVV conic, as Americana, to marka your country's independence established -: their appeals, resolutions, tits, yet far, oh, very far distant be ill t' iil;
.i' not wore' than f.velve lints, :liisti. spot, which must forever dearto and to sheathe your sword' and addresses, had made their the day, when any inscription 1: .
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:tIN it. lt'I': *nd Fpcrc \\ok: dcuble price wish! that! whosoever, in all comlrgir.e you saw. tme the light of Peace, bOlstingVe may say, that in no I 'tongue pronounce its eulogy." 0 :. !
for the first: insertion. Atnourts due fir shall turn his eye hither, like age or country, has the public I The great wheel of political IIJ"j,I
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*(dvtiusin J>a'abilwa, 's en demand'jUibti r.iuy behold that the place is not another morn, cause been maintained with more I revolutio began to move in Ame 0 ., t'I!:
:.! dl 1'\IOU mituc to those fcho.u. JuJistinguiahtd, where the first Iliseii on mid-noon ;'- I II force of argument, more power of rica. Here its rotation was guard- I t ij
.' e"ivi by : ic and the bky which closed IFfi
ccmrr'iicritbMS: year.Ail to the Editor prcat; battle of the Rcvolu'.ion was I on you illustration, cr more of that per- ed, regular, and safe. Transferred '

"" /ri be fait /rid, or th-y will te v tteldd: fo ght.Ve wish, that this structure your eyesai!' thudleu.nalLhHimlth : suasion which excited feeling and I to the other continent, from 11r I I :i f
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tu or i.ot, s.s fills h'.s onv l1Icm'e. may proclaim the magnitude ? great elevated principle can alone be unfortunate but natural causes, it sr? ;
__ -- .--.------ d of Murtyr: in tJis great cause HIm than the received 0 11 i '
._ j r' III T"r : !: importance that event to stow, revolutionary state, an irregular and violent ;,

", 111H\,. ... ;i.;;"A.. 'Q. .f.\; ."'.\.1."L."._", every cLsa and every age. We the!df.d pismatjjre\otin'g$ heart ictim! of Him his! own the papt-is exhibit. These 'paper impulse ; it whirled along with a I .J't '1t ;'I.,

..._._-====-.-:: =_ --_.-- == .vish, that infancy may leain the head of tivil council and will forever deserve to be studied, fearful celerity ; till. at lengthlike f., ,
'9lSUgrC3tcd in our!last, we offer to our purpose of its tiection from ma our' the out only for the spirit which they I thechariiot wheels in ,the races of t.".
destined lr Jer of
renders the following extracts ft om the tel'nallipJ, and that ueary and withered ; : our military bleat but for the ability with I antiquity took ,fire from the rapidity ;
.ulfors diTut'i'itl by the Hon. Ih llJ, bands ; ;;vhum, nothing brought t f'I.
/ age may beheld it, and be which they were written. of its own motion, and a] .
7'r.-i.i-:: f tt' : 111'I.':er Hill hithr but Ike fire : t I.'t
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sclaccd by the lecojlections whichit To this able vindication of their : blazed onward conflagration
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the' ctn.'.r stone of ;iie !inkcr Hill Mor :!UKgrsts.V'v wish that labor I cause, the colonies had now add and terror around. # "I,
:me ntf on the 17th JlIIcl! 25, beirgthe rr.ay look up here, and be pioud, by Providence,' in the i hoar (.f o- ed a practical) and severe proof of We learn fm n the result of this 0 ?V11'.1
.5Jl1! An n\ejsary: ot the baUlc on thiity in the: midst; fitS tuil.Ve wish, verwheirfin'ganxiety, and thickaloniM .... .. -- ." .. .. ?,. uwuiioii to: it, ana experiment, how fortunate w a ll0tI:1 !t:
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;L .nl ;.U..'HllIl. t L._.. :... .t._... 11...:.. _t. .I __....., iM :ttcM ae aw the evidence also of tne power which our own condition, and how admirably .. i, D'I"; ,
1 lit' "l'T ; q :1 !l .'t.1 ): pria.in .- star of iiis country rise ; pouringout J
'.. ; v/hichas they came on all nations, they could bring to its support.- the character of our ,peoplewas j .:
td : pat"pM-t f'-r.n; }\v ?ei : ''im- his blcod like water i
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min t, "i&ti.hl k ('n. of Uo'-loi:, who ;aiJ niual he expected lo come on us Ail now saw, that if America fell, calculated for making the "
before he knew whether i would!
s'liuimuu\ uuliur* fur it to the association aho, desponding! patriotism may : ihe wouid not fail without a strug great example of popular govern <4',tt
uiid to *110m the copy rihht is secur- turn its eye hltUr ward and be assured J fertilize a land of freedom or of I gle. Men fell sympatny and regard ments. The possession of power ;,
c.i. <-TJ: it not fCI vh-.s; \\e should: pub l bondage .io.v: shall I struggle well when did :i- !"
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that the foundations our \ as as surprise, not turn the- heads cf the A.merican .- b"f .
liih't: ei i ft. ; rs it >, P<.l.j:1: ; s-) .s rjio. with the em'uiions, that stiflle til- I
national power btiil stand strong.Vc I they bJifld these infant Stales, remote people, for they had long r.U !
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unions c\ir-r.o) ..isirv 51%eI below:, ', wish: thut tliis: column, rising utterance o ,thy name poorck I I unknovvii, unaided, encounter been in the habit of exercising a i11F i
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:but the vlisuncc i : Ji'-Uvcen the place ( f. towards heaven among the pointed / may pjrrhh ; -h"'ll the power of England, and in great portion of self-control. Al- .....:..
uu :.r ,tIOII."lid cur city, and lhe length | :i .irt'3 ofso many temples. dedicitvl endure T.JS| monument may the first considerable battle, leave. though the paramount authorityof *.fit,:"',
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'liir.e w /c. %uv3 : lC(} 'rl.\. I \: away ; ground of their dead the
oil to God, may contnbule also to mote enemies on parent: State existed over ii'tJI"j I
c'.;-(:, : ito ......f illl ds, i-ci.ilcr- it rests sink down to a
| ).i educe, iatil minds, a pious upon may iheiidd, proportion lathe number them, yet a large field of legislation ;:!
br p"S'ibhf"t :'11> :nturr.hould accrueto i1t f\J;
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them tro'ii the j ra'If.c.inu ue milord fotii: of ileper.uv-nce and grati- sea ; but thy memory of coin!!>atans, than they had had always' been open to our 1'1'I.

to our lalUs.J.d J'tu '(;U::. Ct'. '. ,'e wish, finally, that the shall not' fail ; Wheresover! recently known in the war of Europe. colonial assemblies., They were f' 1 1II

The_ Society, whose organ Inn !LSI: ubjcct on the sight of him among men !a heart shall be found, j accustomed: to representative bodies !,

: M as !foru.t'd for the purpose olrrariiJK who leaves his native bhore, and that beats to the transportsof Information of these events, circulating and the forms of free government "OJ II f:
some honorable and dura- ihc! first lo gladden his who icvisitsit patriolism and liberty, its aspirations through Eui ope, at length ; theyunderstood the doctrine 1. :1
'i,em to tlic merrrry on IbJemonu siay be something which shbll be to claim kindred reached the ears of one Who now of the division of power a- ,:

the early i'rieiuls of American Independence. I I| hdJ! remind him of the liberty and with thy spirit I hears me. lIe has lioi forgotten mung different'branches, and the lW!

They have thought, the glory of his country. Let ii But the scene amidsi which we the emotion, which the fame of necessity of checks on each. The :!.:'\
I that for this object no time could rise, till it meet the s un in his stand does not permit us to confine Bunker Hill, arid the name of character of our countrymen f."f: .I

; be more propitious, than the pre coming ; let the earliest light of our thoughts or our. sympathies Wuritn: excittd in his youthful moreover, was sober, moral, and : ""!'.'.t.0

! Rent prosperous and peaceful period the morning gild it, and partingday to those fearless spirits, whoba7.arclt.d breast. religious' ; and 'there. :waa little ia fl"f lit,:
I ; that no place! couhi clainftpreference linger and play u it* aumlll nr Jnst their lives on this Sir, we are asben.bled to commemorute the change lo shock their feelingsof !, l ": '"
consecrated Is .
! ever this rcomnrable 11." pot.Ve have the the establishment of,great justice and humanity, or even ',,*?Mi''f..
spot ; :and! that no day could he 7cnsrablc ARn you have comedown happiness to rejoice here in the public principles oi'liberty: and to Jo disturb an honest prejudice.- !10 :1 1
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, more auspicious! to the unricmkrj : to us, from a former generation. precnce of a most worthy representation do honor to the distinguished We had no domestic throne to overturn .- !" .0 ;

I $ | than the anniversary of the Heaven has bounteously of;the surtivors of the dead. The occasion is too severe no privileged orders to '' :u""

battle! which was here fought.rl .- lengthened! oat your lives, that whole Revolutionary Army. for eulogy to the Ihin But sir, cast down, no violent changes of ,..:. .t.II"I,
Foundation of that monument 1 you might behold this joyous day. Veterans !\ you arelhe remnant your interesting relation this property to encounter. In the American ;, ;,.It;,I
wi: have now l i.itl.Vith solem- You are new, where you stood cf many a '/ell i.otgIltficld. You cuuntry, the peculiar circumstances Revolution no man soughtor :I
rities suited to the occasion, with fifty years ago, this very hour, jring with you marks: of honor which 'surround you and sur. wished for more than to defend .!!
prayers to Almighty God Tor hs with your brothcr3 aud your from Trenton and Monmoutii, rouhd U3, call on iae to express the & enjoy his' own. None 'hoped'for J | f Ii

blessintr, and in the midst of this ,iH'ighbois, s'ucuider: to shoulder ft cm. Yorki own, Cumdcn, Ben- happiness! which we derive from plunder or for spoil. Rapacitywas 'ii: 'mf.It.. .1:I

cloud of witnesses, we have bejjun in i.its tlrife for your country n in'f;ton, and i Saratoga fcterans your presence and aid in the solemn unknown, to it ; the axe was 1 I if !
the wcrk.Ve trust it will he II liehold! ho.v altered i The same or..alf3. dntury when in your commemoration. not among the instruments of its f'" J 'if.t".".,

pro ccuted ; and that springing heavens ate 'indeed: over your youthful days, yoa put every thingat Fortunate., fortunate man with accomplishment ; and we all knew 1 I: l ;
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from a broad foundation, rising heads ; the same ocean rolls at hazard incur c..untry's cause, what: measure devotion will you that it could Dot nave lived 'sin r'f

\ liiijh in massive solidity arid ;,iiap. : your feet: ; Lut all eisc, how changed good :&s that cause was, and sanguine not_ thank God, for the circumstances gle. day under any well founded<<;>> 0. f fJ !

domed graii.ur, it may jeniain, : You hear iow HO roar of us youth is, still your fondest ol your extraordinary life!, imputation of possessing tendency 1'1f.lhf: :
as lony js Heavenrmis tbevoiks hostile cannon, you see no mixed hopes ui4 not retch onward You are connected with both hemisphere adverse to the Christian reli- : !t j
of man to 3ast, i fit t'mblen, volumes of smoke and flume rising lo uti hour ie this At period i and with two generations. gion." .. .

both ol tbf evt-tus in rrenrsory ofwhich from burning Chailestown. The to which you could not reasonablyhave Heaven aw fit to ordain, that the We may hope, that the growing '
it ts :":\ised, and of the !;! I ground srewtd with the dead and expected to arrive ; at a moment electric spark of liberty shouid be influence of enlightened sentiments

! tilude of those who r. l\'e reared 'a"l. I the! dying ; the impetuouschuige; of national prosperity; .uch .conducted, through you, from the will promote the permanent ..1

\Ve know, indeed, thut the ? e- thes'.eudy and bucccsaful J eptal; ; as you could never hive foifttcen, new world to the old; &we who are peact.or the world.'ars, to :: r

I cord of 1'1"!.u51rl{):'S actiur.j is mo,;lsuftly tl'e !loud c-11 :o itprattd assault! ; you are now mri, here, to enjoy iaw here to perform this duty otp&triuiism maintain family alliances, to up. : ::tit
deposited in the universal the sur.rncr.ng of ail thut is Ih tU- the fellowshi! i of old soldiers: and ., hive all of us I tang ago hold or to cast down dynasties, to )1: '
Tcmc'iibianre III' fl'bukiIId.Ve ly to repeated resistance; a thousand ; to receive overflowings of an received i: in charge from our fathers regulate successions to thrones ; ,

kno'.v, nat if v. e could 1 cue this j bosoms fitcly iud fearlessly universal gratitude. to cherish your name k your which have occupied so much )': ,iIt:! '

sir uctU't" lo ascend, nut only till it !aied in an instant whatever of But your agitated countenances virtues. You wiil account it an instance room in the history of modem ,j ,Iif I '

0 reached the skies Lut till it pierced in-rcr iheie way be in war anddeath and your heaving breasts informme of your good fortune, sir, times, if not less likely to happenat f
1 them, its broad surfaces could h ; all the you have witness- that even! this is not an unmixed that you crossed the seas to visit all, will be less likely to become ,J ; ,

still Jctuitain but part of that, ad, :;ut yen witness them no more i joy. I perceive that a tumult us t.1 time which enables you general and involve many nations, 0 !f :. .!

which in an age of knowledge, All is )CCC. The heights of you- I of contending feelings rushes upon tu be present at this solemnity.You as the great principle shall bs 4 f 1

hath already been spread over file dsr nietnipolis, its towers and you. The images of the dead, as now behold the field, the renown more and more established, ,that iI! r
earth, and hich history ,charges ro* fs which! you then saw filled ivell as the persons of the living, of uhich reached you in the ,the interest of the world' is 'peace' J' I i I;

itself w it'I making known to all nth wives and children und coun- throng to your I embraces. The heart of France, and caused a and its first,great statute, that eve .- ,, t I
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future timt's.Ve kfltJ'v... that no trjni. n in distress and terror, and scene overwhelms you, and I turn thrill iu your ardent bosom. You ry nation possesses the power or :II .",
inscription on entablatures less looking with unutterable! emotions from it. May the TAiher of all see the lines of the little redoubt establishing a government for it. 0 1i .
broad than the earth itself can fGIthe :ibsue of the combat, have mercies smite upon your declining thro-vn up by the incredible diligence self. But public opinion has attained 000 '

carry information of the events we presented you to-day with the ysai3, and bless:I them I And when : of Prescott ; defended, to also an influence over governments '

commemorate, where it has not .ight of its whole happy population you shall here have exchanged the last extremity, by his lionhearted vhich do not admit *

alrju'Jy: yo.ic ; ud ihut 'r.o struc- come out to welcome und your embraces I ; when you shall valor, and within which thepopular .principle into their
lure, ;vhch whull ir.t outlive the !gieet you .vith an universal jubi- once rau'hdfe pressed the hands I the corner stone of our monument organization. :A .necessary respect -
,Ii duration of litleis ar.d knowledge Ise.Yonder proud ships, ba which have been GO often extended has now taken its position. You for the judgment of the ,0

an-.oijg men, can prolong the me felicity! of position appropriately to give succour I in adversity. : see where Warren fdl, and where world operates,in some 'measure'. ,
incr'ul. But cur object is, by this I I lying at the foot of this mount, or grasped inthe exultation of i Parker, Gardner, M'Cleary, as a control over the most, unlimited -
edifice, to show .our own deep : and Evening fondly to cling around victory ; then look abroad into i Moor, ltd ciher early patriotsfell forms of authority. (is ow.
.n e of the \aiue and importancecf ; it, are not means annoyance to this bvely land, which your young I with him. Those who survived ing, perhaps, to tthis truth, that .u !
the achiticmcnis of our ancestors -I i you, but your country's own means valor: defended, and mark the hap that; lay, and whose lives the interesting struggle of the ,t '
; and, by presenting this i distinction ad de ::1cc. All is piness with which it is filled ; yea have been prolonged to'the present Greeks has'been suffered' to go',on

work: of giuihude to. the eye, to i peace ; and God has granted you look abroad into the whole earth hour, arr now around you.-Some so long," without a'.direct: ,interference
keep alive similar sentiments andto this sghtf' your country's happiness and see what a name you have 1 of them you have known in tryiug : either to wrest thai 'country ,
fuller a constant regard for the ere you slumber in the grave contributed to give to your country scrnes of the war. Behold they from its present' masters, and add .

principle's cf the Revolution. Hun forever He has allowed you to and what a praise you hare now stretch forth,their,feeble J armsto it'to- other J powers, 'or to_:.execute' a
>ui bungs are composed not of behold and partake the reward of added to freedom; and then rejoice I embrace you. Behold! they the system pacification by'force, I ,
rcuson only, out of imaginatioti : your patriotic toils ; und he has in the sympathy and gratitude, raise their trembling voices to invoke and, with united stre.ogth-lay 'the .# IH9i1
t'.io, and sentiment ; und that is allowed us, your sons and country- which beam upon your last days : the blessings of God, on you, neck Christian and civilized .
Eeithcr watcd or misapplied. men, to meet you here, and in the 11 from the improved condition of and yours forever. Greece at tne'foot of the barbarian %l

which is appropriated to the purpove name of the present generation, mankind.. :j I Sir, you have assisted-usin 'lay Turk Let us thank God thatwe
of giving right direction to in the name of your country, in I "The battle' of Bunker Hill was ing the foundation of this edifice. live in an age, when, 'something

sentiments, and opening: proper: the name of liberty, to thank you I attended with the most important You have heard us" rehearse, with has'influence besides the bayonet,

springs; of feeling in the heart. : But, alas you are not & here j:effects hcj'ona its immediate result cur feeble commendation, the and when the sternest. authoritydoes

Lttii not be supposed that our ob- Time and the sword have thinned us a military engagement. It names.or departed 'patriots. Sir, i not venture to.encounter'lhe
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Jct is to perpetuate national hos- your ranks. Prescott, Putnam, created once a state of open, monuments and eulogy belong to scorching power of ,public ..'re
ulay, or e\'cu 'to cherish a mere Stark, Brooke, Read, Pcmeroy, plblicJar.. There could now be the dead. Vie give them this day, proach. Any 'attempt of.the: kind 7'0 4 I
: '1hiat> spirit It" is higher, : Bridge our eyes seek for you in no longer a question ,of proceed to Warren and his associates. On I: bare mentioned, should 'be met .

purer, n01>ler. We consecrate our vain amidst this broken band., ing against individuals, as guilty other ,occasions they have bcei I by one, universal ,burst of indignation 0 4

: 1\'Q.,a to he spirit of rifttionil in- ,You are gathered to your -fathers., ,, of treason or 'cbcllion.: Tbatfear- given to your more immediate l ,"the'ajr of ihe civilized world iI i- -0

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ata.t.it., .. 1er; the* mimand' Jf the Ca'tain lie Association_ ad been held 4at -: -- --- 'tockr"bol d. 1I
would h d -t < ,SATUUlUr., AUGUST 13, '1825. ol access.'Theright.' ttt
reflection the!Crown and A hor Tavern in '-:'- "
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S. in the ILlness of our country's UijKpinet dated Corfu- May 9, received London: to ',rxp >as their sentiments _- Health' of the Citit'--lt is with : passage is f1l11

..' *,'we rear thii'monument to her ho at Trieste, announce that on the reje tion of the Ca- feelings of the most heart-fell regret .of. rtiggdcks._ rOJtctJng

... nor, we, to look a country for instruction which,is in'our now in undertaking fekr--' the Greek admiral Miaulis" ha tholic Bill, and ,t adopt measures that wc jonottjce the dreajl| low".u"l(". 1blt W! iOh' and
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ful contest, not for works of art or memorials completely defeated a division of for the further pr secutiun of their ful visitation SCdisease wor sis- 1' w bld %bt im.

of glory, but tor her own existence.Let the Egyptian squadron and has just! claims to anpqual participation icr Cities. Mobile we are informed possible to ,describe ; the conRu

.. her be assured,that she is not forgotten captured eight or-ten vessels laden in she right enjuyed by'thfir is entirely depopulated ; ; ttons are fine and infinitely vati"
in the world; that her efforts are applauded - : Duke of Norfolk ous. This passage
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and that constant as- with provisions and ammunition --- whole families, m
cend for her success. And let prayers us cherish destined for Ibrahim racha at was in thechair. This gen children and domestics arc swept a narrow clift, which has the---- .,?....

a confident hope of her final triumph. If Modon, whose! troops are in a tleman is of th Howard family, a off by the relentless destroyer.The .- pearance of water course, tbro'

the true spark of religious and civil liberty state of the greatest destitution. Roman Cathubc, and possesses Bank, Post Office and Custom which, ,about three rods distant

be kindled,it will hui n. Human agency I the much influence all classes. you are introduced into
SflaiK.--Persons attached to among House are removed, and, the anothe
cannot extinguish it. Like the earth'scentral their ; advocate of Catholic emancipation large room, which has been
tire it may be smothered for a Government cannot conceal The) great Mayor having issued a proclamation but

S \ time ;, the ocean may overwhelm it ; apprehensions relative to the attempts Mr. O'Connel, made advising all who ,could possibly imperfectly, explored. To the
of the
{ mouth
I II mountain!* may press it down ; but its in. of the new American a suitable speech, but its extreme do so to remove, there are now I right of this cite

lierent and unconquerable force will States upon the isle of Cuba.- length precludes its publication perhaps noi fifty pcroono in that the excavations extend about on

, heave both the ocean and the land, and The troops collecting at Guyaquil, at present. However, the following City. hundred feet,and might, I 'hint
I at Ume or another in some place or be traced much a
some
" conclusion of the farther.
of English which is the of St.
in composed from the
wjil are great part Accounts Boy
!1 another, the volcano break out and
1I!' .flame up to Heaven." and Americans of the United address, will give our reader's an Louis state, that the people of N Two miles south east of the L.

, And, now, let us indulge an honest States. idea of the style and forcible remarks Orleans arc also flucking to that dies' Cave, a large spring bunts

exultation in the conviction of the benefit, of the orator : from the rock, which makes
On St. Ferdinand's day it is expected place, to avoi-i the sickness whichis at
S which the example of has
our country once a navigable river after
\. produced, and is likely produce on human that a decree will appear We shall now return to Ire- raging there. of ; rUn
b: freedom & human happiness. And for establishing a new system of land, and there shall advise our Under these circumstances it ning a course one mile, it fall

f. let: us endeavour to comprehend, in all its purification less rigorous than that countrymen to be patient, to bear behoves us to be unremitting in into the Chipola river, just below
t magnitude, and to feel, in all its,importance the natural bridge. The water is
now in force. the fUItl1t delay of justice with our vigilance, to secure to uursflves -
.t the part assigned to us in the great strongly impregnated with
; calmness but not to relax their a continuance of the healthiness Hme
drama human affairs. We are placedat I The convoy so long expectedfrom and perfectly
J, the head of the system of representative -I the Havana has at length arrived fair, opeiii and )legitimate _efforts ir. which we now enjoy;& it givesus and to transparent the cool

and popular governments. Thus far Dt Cadiz, but the money it again seeking for treir rights,- pleasure to observe, that the I stored pleasant with abundance taste ; it j is al.]

our example shows, that such governments have down one association Board of Health determined so oftrcut
in -
,4 i brings will $;() little way fillingthe They put appear
not with perch breams &c. This :
arc compatible, only respectability spring
: public coffers, as it has only -1 promise to treat them to that nothing shall be omitted on
and power, but with repose, on the lands of Col. Robinson
);t with peace, with security of personal 40 000 piastres on board. another. (Loud deer; ) They their part to effectuate this important in size, transparency and: and

; S rights, with good laws, and just admin Eng/ancl.-Iu the House of shall trench farther on your liberties object. We would earnestly volume it is beautyof
scarcely infe.
shall dive into exhort them to continue their
istration. deeper
I Commons June 3 resolutionwas -they
a rior to the Big Spring of
\\ e are not propagandists. Wherever carried for the vitals of the CoistituHon, before Uudablc exertions and to enforce ChipoJ,
f\ other: arc preferred, either as! an appropriationof2OOOOOas Within a circle of four miles
. systems
they drive us from our pur- the rules and regulations of the ,
<. being thought better in themselves, or as compensation to there are at least ten springs
S better suited 10 existing condition, we -the American Government for a pose.'e will go tn-but it will Quarantinewithout regard to persons each amply sufficient to turn ;
be Our be without or turbulence.In .- -let A. B. JZsyuirc Commander savor
leave the preference to tnjo'ed. number of slaves carried away during anger grist mills.
: history hitherto proves, however,that the the la'ltVal'. that steady course, we will con- of the be as promptlydealt
popular form JS practicable,and that with tinue all means. with in all the Cock- The Natural Bridge of Chipo-
to legitimate cases as
use .
and, men Fron the.\nu York.,Mercantile Advertiser.AVnm la is merely the continuance
wisJom knowledge 1I1 lh.,7 ...may'.."'....govern,.-..4 nn Ruenos We I to accomplish our object, until.t'Sli3" twain of the smallest, Boat, and I let of a
t us 1..11:1'.1 iso prcsenc the consistency of this S favored by Captain l/rtIi.-Allen, of are the :;U' ............ ..L..,II ",s"I'4'.5r.tp oil 1.___ hot th* 4.';01.-..* ..l._l_ limestone distinct rock ; the river sinks in
three chasms 01
the
checrin example, and take care that nothing ship Othello! with Buenos Ayres I bigotry in high station, shall putdown lion from right shall be punished, the two main branches rock,

-,. 'I' may weaken its authority with the to May llth, from which' intolerance in persons greatin and we shall have no occasion for a quarterof
,. the Representative papers a mile apart, they rise from si-
ItS case
our
world. in we have extracted the following office ; until the Minister: be painful retrospective feelings at
fail milar sink-holes
ultimate popular below.
go
) Ttie
system
interesting intelligence.'Don driven bad to the half honesty the commencement of the next
\ernmcntsmust be pronounced impossible. -
the
I bridge over western branch
No combination of ciicumstance! Juan Antonio LatalleJa,Ur. which he before possessed: or to winter.Webster's. 's not more than ,
fdvoiable to the experiment cunever that retirement he richly te- twenty yards
' more Manuel Oiibe and several other
." wide and so low that the
to occur. The last water
be expected serves. Jtddrexs. Our readers
. officers and inhabitants of the -
, therefore, rest with often runs over it the other
hopes of munk.nd, _, bridg.
-I---- 4 will, we doubt not be highly
,.. us ; and if it should be proclunicd, that liancla Oriental l, left Buenos Ayres I es are wider. The whole vrnumi.......
--- -
f our example had become an argumeii on the 21st April, and landed on I JJOMEST1C. gratified uy a perusal of the Extracts across the streams does-----0.-not

the klellot __ from this eloquent oration appear
: ; against the experiment popular the opposite shore the same night: 1- in anywise different from
! i would be sounded throughout which are published in this shec
,, liberty I with intent to raise the country a- Washington July 14. ; the adjoining rich cotton lands
; a
the earth. we *. we cannot them
,
the Brazilian Government.About refcre present
rf, but gainst The Naval Court Martial ride
These are excitements to duty; yes person might across them,
with the wholt1 Subscribers
,-.. they are nut suggestions of doubt. Our : two hundred men had by terday finishi d the examinationof le whho suspecting they were

f.,'" history and our condition, all that is gone i previous agreement with Lavalleja \viintbbes in regard to the Fox- to this Pajicr and the Customers of crossing water courses. A pub
. I and all that surrounds us, authorize the J'ensacota Circulating Library
befoie us, i a5semblcd at the Isla where he ,
ardo 'ilir and lic has for time
adj.-ur.u-d at an road a long crossed
the belief; that popular I'o'crnJncnt : are invited to take a seat in
our
+- landed but fearful of .being dis-
, though i.ubjecv to occasional; .-I ; early hour to give an opportunityto office and read the jraere ; it is now used by the
.
.'1 nations, perhaps not always: tor the better covered by the Brazilians, they the Judge \dvocate to collect pamphlet neighbors, except in inter t\hea
;..".ij't in form in their general had dispersed before his arrival ; which have, being the only copy \ "
;' may yet and arrange the documentary testimony the whole valley is overflowed to a
il"", character, be as durable and permanent so that instead of an armed auxi the at present in the city. The is
to extent.
.. relating charge against great Chipola
other systems.Nc know, indeed, We cordially coincide in the
as liary force, he found only 2 horses.
L Commodore Porter that here' and
on ,a good navigable stream
i- that,in our country, any other is impossi. following remarks of the Editorof
-He mounted two of his
party, The other of has been continue Ito
ble. The J'tinctfile Free Governments ground. charge, insubordination djcovercd to so
";. .', adheres to the American soil. It is bedded who procured horses for the rest. and unofficer-like the National Gazette, concern- Junction with the Appalach- I
,' ing this oration.
in il immovable its mountains. They immediately discovered a
f: ; conduct, has not yet been touched. icola River.
. And let the sacred obligations' wilichl1a.c party of about 40 men, of the Jat.. Int. It distinguished by sterlingsense TheBig\ Spring of Chipola rises
';, "'" devolved on this generation, and on corps of Frutus Riviero, (Brazilians S deep feeling, simple dignityall -
about five miles of
,.' ; us,sink deep into our hearts. Those are ) who, with about 30 others The citizens of the town of those traits, indeed, which cast that river
,, daily dropping from among us, who established in a delightful, pleasant,
"t't Franklin, Tennessee, and its vi- became the occasion and the
:k and who had been pressed fur soldiers, ora-
our
our liberty government. gently rolling country ; the orifice
cimi), gave a public dinner, on tor. Although the of
Tnc great trust now descends to new were in Arenal Grand Lavelle- proceeds
hands._ Let us apply ourselves to that ja presented himself before them ; the 10th> ult. to the lion. John II. the sale will be applied to one of opens to the sou'h wes, it throws
forth olumn of
which is presented to us,as our appropri- they joined and followed him.Having .- Eaton: a Senator in Congress, the best of public purposes, we an amasing pure
\ ate object. \S e can win no laurels in A from that State, We were pleased cannot but regret that there is a water with great force, or rather
.'4 war for Independence. Earlier and wor- augmented his party by iwo columns, for there.secxiisto be
find the thus honored
this addition and of to gentleman copy-right in the case of this ad- '
.'Ii' thier hands have gathered them all.- by a number
obstruction in the
,,c',. Nor are there places fur us by the side ot the inhabitants, who joined him, looking, in the sentiment dress, whicn prevents the publication I some of the is least centre ;
one at
;..;... Solon, and Alfred, and other founders of he found himself in the commandof which he gave as a toast, above of the whole of it in the news- springs eight
: feet by fifteen feet wide the other
.' States. Our fathers have filled them., about 300 men, well armed.- things of mere party or personal papers-the only mode of circula- ,
Hut there remains to a duty of hardly so but are
us large they
great ,
\ defence and presen'ationn there is With these he entered Soriano and concernment, and using! the occasion ,ting it as widely as it deserves to
4' call the attention of his fellow scarcely sep ra ed. .
noble Mercedes or Capilla Nova and to be current. Such discourses
Ii .. opened to us, also, a pursuit, to ; as
S The and
which the spirit of the times strongly in- having re-organized the government citizens to an object of durableand this, and the orations of Mr. Everett ; water acts as a prism

. .. vites us. Our proper business' is unprovement. he marched to the Hmcon general value to, his country. serve to exalt considerablythe the objects seen through it present
Let be the of all the colors of the rainbow
our age age The toast ol Mr. Eaton ;
,s de Gallana, and destroyed about : was wor- literary reputation of New-
.t _
:
improvement. In a day of peace, let us the channel which into the
of'a of views.It passes
thy
advance the ails, of peace and the works 200 men who guarded it. The man expanded England.
.- Militia of was the following : .. Chipola is from six to eight rods
.<< of peace. Let u> develope the resources this port, and even ma- --
: :' t ofour land, call forth its powers, build up ny Portuguese joined him, and he u The Potomac and Ohio Canal High Life below Stairs.We wide and eight feet de *p. Two
its institutions, promote all its great interests other springs, abou half the size
, I" here fouii'l plenty of horses and -Sanctioned by the "general welfare : copy the following account of anaffuirofAonori'rom
and bee whether we also, in our of the Big Spring, join their currents
provisions. Repassing the River it will the Washita
day and generation, may 1101 perform serve a connecting before the Chi-
enter
they
"'. something,w orthy to be rememoered. Negro, he marched towards the link to union, friendship, and interest Gazette, a paper printed at iMon-
1 t' Let us cultivate a true spirit of union and Perdido-by stratagem he got between the -Western and roe, Louisiana. \Vho would not pcla. None of these springs,

llarmOU)'. In pursuing thc great objects, possession of the person of FruiuaRiviero Atlantic States."-Idem. be a dutliist: ? beautiful as they are, can be compared

which our condition points out to us, let -Ihe Brazilian "ALL FOR to the VVakully, of which a
military
us act under a settled conviction, and an As a lartcJftlie LOVE. in .
respect paid to description has been given a .,
commander of
b.t.bilU1Ltedana, ;, that tnese twenly-four the country, with the late '\ e learn by a gentleman irom
Anniversary at Charleston former number indeed I do not
States are one country. Let our conc p- nis escort, who except the officers, Batcsville, that a DUEL was ,
tions be enlarged the circle of our du all jinedhc of LavalK' in Sou.h Carolina the bells of. fought believe a mure beautiful spring
party ju at
St. or near that place, a few
ties. Let us extend our ideas over the Frutus Riviero himselfaft Michael's Church rang merrily exists.
rwards since
days between
whole uf the vast field in which we are throughout the with two Colored
day "divay West
,. S joined the Florida is in all'respects
revolutiunarycause and Gentlemen
called to act. Let our object be, our one belonging to Col.
Idem.
countryt our whole country and itoi/aiiff bu publicly burnt his Imperial uni- melancholy. -, of Crawford county, and the peculiarly fortunate in her aea

our country. And, b) ,ue blessing: ot God, form in the streets of Santa Lucia A pump for one of the Mexican other to a gentleman of Batesviile coasts and harbors her navigable

.. may that country itself become a. vast and and had sent a summons to the Mining t Companies of one thousand :. in which the former was rivers and her pure and healthy

splendid Monument, not of oppression and' commander of Montevideo to surrender -, fret in I length, has recently severely, springs, which approach the seacoast
terror, but of isdom, of ftace, and ot though dangerously, wounded. of
that been at furnace and unite that greatest
cast
place. a near Cincin We
forbear
Liberty, wluC'lLUle world to mention the
upon may gaze, names
i
.
',!:, Ji uith admiration, forever !" From various paragraphs in the nati. Tin bore is about four inches of the combatants, as we under- blessings,health,with pleasure Iud

----- :=- -- '.-Y 4 Buenos ; & the was cast in convenience.
) t: Ayres papers it appears pump one stand the farther effusion of blood "

FORE 1 GJ'r" that the insurrection is very general hundred pieces, of ten feet in has been happily stayed, by the 30t; < aJJ AI -

i$ - ; that the Orientals were in length, each. This stupendouspump timely mandate of tneir respective From the Milledgeville Geo.Recorder.

: SF,O71J tile PortsrzQuth Journal. force in the neighborhood of Montevideo cost 6 cents per pound, and masters, and that a ,reconcili- The cutting a canal across the

: France.-The papers contain I where, the Government each piece weighing 1000 pounds, ation was like to take place between point Florida, connecting the

the particulars at length of the and Inhabitants were in the greatest the aggregate cost was S6000. It {be parties, through ihe mediation western with the Atlantic waters,

Coronation of the King of France consternation. A corps of the I was lakeu" to New-Orleans, by the of their mutual friends. is an object of great public .importance

at Rheims, which took place on Garrison composed of Pernambucans steam.boat Mississippi. :From The "affair1! we understand originated the value of which will

the 29ill; of May.A suspected of disaffection, N. Orleansit:: was intended to ship in consequence of rival be more fully appreciated by the

tremendous fire ,broke out at had been disarmed and imprison it to some Mexican port, whence it ship between the parties, in, whichone citizens of this State, when our_

'Bordt'auz'oD the 2(1 June by ed. A number of the principal is to be carried in wagons about 200 of the fair sex was concerned. settlements are extended, as they

which to the value of. native inhabitants had, miles, into the inlet : -
property, been arrested or. Finally, -- soon will be, to the Chatahoochie,

four millions of Francs was consumed and were to bc.sent to Rio it will be borne thirty miles up asleep CUtlJl.1JIU.N-lC.il'L'IOX. and beyond it. The benefits! of _

including 2500 pipes of Janeiro-the Portuguese inhabitants rugged mountain, on the this noble river, affording excel

brandy. To the amount of ,about were taken to the Citadel to backs of the Indians, to its placeof Far the Pensacola Gazette. lent navigation for steam-boats to

45 + two millions was insured at the serve as Soldiers, and the Guard destination. This pump will Sketches of West Florida Cowetan fall, a hundred and fi1'Yitilles

: different o ffices. and Patrolesmen doubled. be worked with steam. No. X. from the Gulf, and whichcan

4 S A letter of the 26th ult. from A letter from Valparaiso of Atf/. Journal. The LADIES' CAVE is situate about be advantageously used with,

Barcelona states, that in the prisons March 27th, states that the government The heat has been,' for some one mile South East from the batteaux, for a greater distance above '-

>fv of that place and Villafranca, was in a very unsettled days so intense in the city of Arch Cave. It opens to the N. the falls, even as far as Hall

there a'e actually 144 persons for state and that Nt.w-York VV.the entrance is wider and realized
number of mem- that several persons easier county will not be fully .
trial by the Executive Military bers of the. Congress were in pri- have fallen down in the streets, of access than the former ; it until such a communication between

Commission.' son for a ccih piri1cy. They wereto one of whom has died.-'The is also. broader in the interior a- the waters of the Gulf of

Sti ,Grrccr.r-Advices: of a recent' be tried by the Legislative bo thermometer vas, at 93, on Tuesday partments. About fifteen yard Mexico and those of, the, Atlantic-
.a44 date from Missolonghi leave, no The from the entrance it is.dividetl at ,the
dy. harvest in Chili was very. at 10 clock-Idt'm. into has ,been perfected. Look,
doubt relative to, the defection of abundant,'and it was supposed I The Rhode Island ,- two passages' the left about,fifty :. map.! A canal of,sixty' miles will
Odysseus. ,A private letter from I Journa states in extent the,
there was sufficient wheat for two that the yards, and' terminates connect the Suwanney river of
Vim, states that the Viceroy of I. President of the United in deep 'river which 5tJohn's .
Gulf with the
years consumption, both in Chili tateS,1rab, passes to the the St.. :Mary's,
Egypt has-0 consented. that' all -,-bis and Peru .. on the fifty-eight years of-ARC North, ,under a bold l1rch of spar or Nassau river of the At;

;4, S .- '-" .-.--- llthofJuly. I congelations which has not been lantic.- .' .The.., .annual. loss of pro:


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nerty intricate and dangerous 'pas8a (the. government of Georgi 'i) responsi. by'Mr. Wm. Edwards (and Jos. Marshall- lie haviBg.kmgv'since it to be fruit. August '10.-.:Schr. Harriet I! ;1
the bilitv ; and that the government (viz. the whose signatures it bears Of the character less -tofc6lrfordnjrel/ in* the form "
''* around Florida point, to, say government of the United States) will of If'm. Edwards who is a citizenof of men to tavern themknovr'ftilt Well how ,Maura,. Appalachicola, Cargo, ;1 ,

nothing of the Joss of lives and bf not in any manner be responsible any this State have had .no means of to discriminate between the AlgA;-.jfcrand? 300 bbls.. military atorc's and pro- Ii'

time, should hasten the executioh consequences which may result from that knowing much.peDonany.H has been the won" who fills it. Your Excellency Tislons .by Crupper. :

of this grand work. Hy completing measure.: .V very friendly admonition represented to me by Col:- Broadnax of will'!'doubt not always receive a degree. 11.-Shr. Philippa Montane, ::1

U speedily, the National Trea- truly' -so that whilst you referred your Pike,'and by Col. Phillips of this county, of respect proportioned at least to that New Orleans Cargo 4000 bricks- j :
resistance cfThe to the evils already of truth but honest I.
believe would I survey as a man poor, and which you are won to bestow on other J1if -
sury, we verily gain i produced by the mere effort on the upright ; a description character, applicable men in office : more than this could not and 24 hides by the Master. I- 1i1

jnorein the inci eased value of her part of this! government to obtain permission to a large class of the inhabitantsof be expected-less than this would not I' 12.-Schr. San Antonio, Roigh, :

public lands hi Alabama and Florida to make the survey, and when the this and other parts of our western be just. That a great part of the citizens Appalachicola, Cargo, groceries !"I I.1

alone, than the work would fact of that cause producing those effects border. in whom hare usually found as of Georgia are magnanimous, just, by M. Crupper. \t

H w important, nay, how i is disproven, and it is made known to you much devotion to truth, as in any other I generous! and chivalric I well know- s
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cost. that nobody here, either whites or Indians class American citizens.-Joseph Mar and
inland I that they are dispesed to dojustice ot a '': J
indispensable is such an I ever conceived euch a thing as shall is personally better known to me.-I their, chief magistrate I am equally convinced Office 9fthe Com. Gen. f Subsistence 1 ;i
communication in time of war, for before had assumed it He is Creek b breed and is deemedto !I."
: possible, you upon a ; nor can I doubt that they Washington, July! 11, 1825. 5 l' .
defence, as well as for commercial the representation of the Agent as un- be a good Interpreter ; and however will do equal justice to their United .ff...
intercourse between the Eastern undoubtedly true, and that your own Agent defective, as I know he is, in education, States as well as to their State of ($E J >EP ABA TE Proposals,will be receir- Iih I, .:
ed at this Office until the first of
day ..
The to suit his own purposes, hid fabricated and refined moral sentiments, such as have ficers. I rely upon the wisdom and justice : ft
and Western States transportation October next, for the delivery of Provi. U
it to deceive and mislead you- obtained the sanction civilized society, and patriotism of at lefcst nine tenthsof 11.,
sions for the of the of the .
of heavy ordnance alongthe nevertheless, you contir.ue to issue order I have no doubt that: he is one of the most those with whom I have the pleasure use Troops linked
seaboard by land, is almost impracticable ufter order forbidding the survey as if upright Chief that ever belonged to the of an acquaintance-many of whom are States,to be delivered in bulk, up. Ijr

from the number of you had predetermined from the begin little treaty-making party. Neither of cultivators of the land, to which class, in on inspection as follows iJit :

swamps and impassablemorasses. : ning, that under no circumstances shouldwe these men, Edwards or Marshall, appeared this and every other State of the repub. Pemacold. .
rivers The inland communication proceed to the survey without your to me at all qualified for what you denounce -I lic, I look up with confident pleasure 600 barrels of pork .;, ( ..!
1250 do offresh fine flour :
first had and obtained. their certificate be "the mot ,
express permission to I and pride, as they form adamantine pillars I ,' j.t.
here proposed would render Nay this order to Gen. effort that : 800 gallons of good I'roofwhiskeJ I ;
more-you repeat daring ever was attempted by of the UNION ; against which the angry \\1 ""l
of kind safe Gaines. who is It Their : 550 oushels of good sound beans '
transportation every charged to promulgate malignant villainy statements vapouring paper squibs of the little '' -4 :
expeditious and cheap, in time of to the hostile Indians ; so that whether were simple, and apparently unprejudiced and the great demagogues, of all countries 8800 pounds of good hard soap f tf.
as _well as of peace. We hopeto there be any thing obnoxious in the survey and mmiii m pass'nned. They were made may: continue to be hurled for hundreds 4000 do of good hard tallow ]1 'j
ivar not seize it after the business of the Council candles, with cotton wick, ,
than OUI'S or they may as a pretence principal of centuries without endangering, \\j
see abler pens employed under the authorityand with the support had been brought to a close and in thepresence the noble edifice ; this beloved monument 140 bushels of good clean salt
in elucidating the ad- of the United States, to scalp and toma. of mans oftlie! respectable citizens of American wisdom and valour 2250 gallons of good cider vinegar ; I,.l

'\UJltat"i 10 the Union, and especially hawk our people as soon as we shall attempt : of Pike COUU)". Convinced of the and virtue, will stand unshaken when the Onefourth'onthefirstday of June, f ,Ii,,

to Florida! Georgia, Alabama -t I that survey; and that in fact, you propriety of all uy duties with; the! Ind.- disturbers of its infantile repose will be One fourth 1826. the first of I' II II
Mississippi Louisiana &c. adopt for the Indians gratuitously, an ans being performed' in open Ji.y ansi in remembered only to be pitied or to be on day Octo t.
ber, 1826, ;i iI
imaginary wrong done to them; persuade the presence of:r many as AO lId attc.ul, execrated.
from the execution of this project, them even against their will that it is a of all States and of all colors I took cure The good people Georgia I am well One fourth on 1826.tbe first day of December t I I Ii .!:

wInch is perfectly within the reach: real one, and then leave them to indulge that the certificate.hioulL be take.i an I aware are anxious to obtain possessionof And the remainder !.: ,
the first
of the Government, nwl would in unbrided: fury the most tempestuous explained i i. presence of the Council: and \ the Imd upon their western border; of March on day I I ".
actually enricn her treasury, by passions and this, I presume, i is the all others who had. el1 fit to attend I but they would abhor the idea of fraudulent 1827.It ,i IJ: "

the value of the immense meaning in part of the responsibilities had no secret piviocts to promote, nor ;t. i or lawless: means being resorted to, is understood that the pork to be 't
doubling; winch we are to incur, if we discredit tl e ny "secret rcts"; to remedy, or s" ecrev to treat for, or after treating, to obtain contracted for is to consist of an entire i
nalioiul domain 01the Gulf of mandate of the government of the United hopes to ifratify ; t.id consequently had possession: of it, before the time. author hog to the barrel, except feet, legs ears. 1... I I.'

. Mexico and its navigable waters. States. You will therefore, in the ab. no occasion forscp a'.LtI'l rl.* duel's, or ised by treaty-and 1 am convinced that and snout, which are inadmissible. F: L t
sence of the Secretary of War, make for secret examinations: ; T'II- certificatevis the President of the United States is as Should the hog be of'less weight than ,l:ij..iI

From the JV ational Intelligencer. known to the President, that the Legislature written as it *-ai dictate.! !, as I believe i'incerely: desirous as any upright citizenof 200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made :'

From Key West, we learn, that having in concurrence with the expressed :. word for word, by mj .\ht.J.C 4ll1l' L.eut. Georgia can he,that the Indian claimsto up of good fat side pieces. No more 4 tl 'I;
opinion of the Executive, cometo George /fasaiu; ton liutier, trade is completely stagnatedthere the almost unanimous conclusion, that officer ol accomplished military education speedily extinguished ; and that the Indian pork. The contractor may, at his option J'l. I\.
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by late regulations in Cuba by the tix.ty, the jurisdiction togetherwith and tuli'uti, with unbending integrit, and should remove therefrom as soon exclude the hams, and make up thc ,I 1 ti.i ,.

respecting Spanish vessels, and I the soil passed to Georgia; andy]in spotless honor i and who i-> as incap bl,* as they can justly be required to remove. deficiency with good side pieces. :i l lI
that the pUce continued unhealthy consequence thereof authorised the Governor or'giving countenance to a trick or m!..rcpresentatinn But he owes them protection and juo tice. ,The candles to be made ot good hard
truch so indeed, has it lately i to cause the line to be run and the as'was' the beloved father of It is not to be denied that there is in tallow, with cotton.wick. I L.

-so the I SUl'to be made ; it becomes me in his cojntry, with whose na iit lie I'4 honored Georgia, as well as in every other State, a The pork, beans, flour, whiskey, salt, ;.i.. t."
been, that report says, government I candor to state to the President, that the and whosf patriotism und \trtiu-.- lie sin-all! class of men who, like the Holy and vinegar, must be delivered in strong 4 i

is about to abandon it as a I survey will be made, and in due time, : constantly and scrupulously nmUites. Alliance"; profess to employ themselves and secure barrels, and the soap and candles t;.tltk;

naval rendezvous. At the last : and of which Maji; Gen. Gaines has:: al : Having thus explained to you tic in the l tauidatile work enlightening and in strong and secure boxes of a con J;,..''t.p

accounts, the Frigate Constellation I ready had sufficient notice. Whilst in means nplujcd to obtain the certificatein governing all other classes or the comnunity venient size for transportation.. ;Plr!
execution of the decrees of our own ; question for which I hold myself responsible ; but whose labors consist of vain
\',';!'s still at ire island, but wai The pork, whiskey, vinegar,and flour .
constitutional, authorities, the government : I have now.) rcaurk, that, although and' daring efforts to prove that the in seasonod heart of white-oak '
tr) s il on a U ulsl .in a few days. of the United States will find raI I I never entertained a doubt' but light of truth is to be found only with the the in barrels full barrels ?tI ;:
pork hooped.The
'! lit' coivctte John Adams had I thing but frankness and magnanimity on }'ou Were deceived i Lito a !henef tiut; Gen party to which: they themselves respect t
sailed fur Mdt&From uza our part, we m\) reonably claim the observance II Mclnlosi! had consulted the few Chief of ively belong; and that all others go provisions are to be inspected at I i\:.
: in like degree, of these noble his part, a-id hud obtained their assent IM wron If you will take the trouble to the time of the delivery, and the con. ..
1t
tractor to be liable for the of inspecting .
qualities: on theirs.J hen therefore cer- Council, to the 'immediate s:uren<:ier of read the newspaper essays with which expense '
t'te .Milled i-vWc Jlscordrr.llxecutivi .
:; > Lila responsibilities are spoken of in the the ceded:land ; yet I lave. ton.id n) satisfactory he presses have been teeming for some and all other expenses, until 4 1I'("
Jteparlment, delivered
they are safely at such store
communication of the Presidentvccan evidence of any sucli: Council years pa.sr: yon will find that many of the "Jt
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.WXw///f. Jtiy, 23. 5 houses as be designated the United .
left rightfully enquire wh.it: respons bihties ? consisting1 of the Chiefs of the ceded territory esa)) ists have had the hardihood to refuse may by
Slk-l han: only a moment to States' The .
say in the maintenance of her credence th' of their chief Agent. previlege is reserved JI JII
oneunl in answer to that part of \ourletter Georgia, undoubted having; ever acte.l at all upon the to word to the United States of increasingor
1 lud the honor to icceivc yeVtcrlay rights iears no responsibilities su!>jcct. And it is apparent fro.nlcln- magistrate" and yet we have: no reasonto diminishing the quantities to be delivered :;
relate the I Yet it i is well for Georgia to know them losh's letters no matter: how procured *' despair of the Republic. -
( which to av eit given byIl'lntpsU j third 60 .1
one on giving
: tt) the survey of tIC country.The .-' so f i.r us fiey are menaced by the United; I (I will offer no :s.po1o.y for making use You 'Say"' I do not like the complexion notice. days previous
fccitificatc ot Marshall, no matter States. It it is intended that the government your Exc&lency'i'eVlaflt! phr.tse) 01'1 of: things all, as disclosed by the cooimissioueni .
liu\v piucurcd, i ii oneoi'tnenost daring: of the United States will interpose by whom written, that iie himself, con on the part of the state, and No advances will be made in any case

cilorts that! ever wu attempted by ir.uli'''. ;itj po-.ver to prevent the survey, the government I d red the permission to survey as nerelycontiittonal. st.icercly hope (you add) that you may whatever, but paymentwill be made onlyon
n of Georgia cannut hive too never have cause to the that evidence being produced at this office
nunt 'lllunl: )' to pihu( a fals-eliotid upon ) 1:0.1I contend ttut neither regret part
credulity.! NJW Sir, tiuty u nuj- be at early or too distinct notice.-For now ;i i (icn. Mclntosh nbrSusassai: Chiefs; had you aavc taken in them." Permit me of the inspection and delivery.It -
once iiMtleCE-ivcu( "jn regard to the trick hi;.'hy! dishonorable would it be for the ; all)' right to give such permission'for then sir, to conclude with sincere hope is expressly -understood, that at all
to avail itself that .... that the commissioners with whose the depots and stations, the salt is to be
uhicli has been pIa! ) eJ ch"by somebody, stronger part po\ :Jt.ie tieaty nu matter how 1I'ocurt'I"I report
I have to assure yoa, that! independently er to surprise the weaker. If t11gveru- | had become a law ot ttm hnditi pro- 1 un thus menaced, may prove by received by measurement of 32 quarts to
ufthe! assent three limes given hl'l I anent onl) mean that, omitting its constitutional f vHiuns could not therefore! be changed or their conduct that they belong not to the the bushel. !
tus.li under h.- own hand which I have in duty, it will not pacify: the Indian rendered inoperative by any correspis-: aforementioned one sided enlightening When a bid is accepted, and notice

Li>" ]-i':!Mi-.on, this same man MarshallLas. and make safe the frontier, whilst the ol- dence or any subsequent reciiu-nt, between class, bhould! their report be found to thereof given to the person making the
.-.:iJi-utetliy eclred to mc, that there ficers of Georgia are in peaceful: fulfillment -' your excellency and any part or co.itam the truth, the whole truth and bid, refusal or neglect on his part to give

vas u\>i.A dissentient voice from lt ie, survey ot their instructions connected with !. the hole of the ;-fid.vul! ; .ials of one\ ..f tile noimng out the truth, your Excellency good and sufficient security within a reasonable
atig* the friendly Chiefs-all the the survey, it is important to the government I! contracting partu{ \tlwul''tlH couenti : i.iay dismiss:: your upprenens'nns on my time, to be specified by this department
Chiefs 1 nv.e Stcii ha\c unforii1g' declared of Georgia to know it; that depending -,i I of the: other. The treaty irukes it ouri account, a. l nave noting to apprehend. it will then be at the option of

tie! j>>jui.e ; aiulhu vliey )have declared 0:1 itself for St.te.ty, it shall not <( to Gtr.u>, luia HI lIjl1 out of Council; and depend in 'am-but if the government I u.lutes: and ail others.; To protect them say Hut the tongue and the pen of calumny forfeited, or not.

i>:r tin, ) ou iui\e n.). word of honor, and of the United States mean w.ut is nut c. lr'ii the W141ll st_: i U necessary and proper can never move me from the pathof It is required, that persons making 1IihE
,. veil yet to be believed, that assuming like tia.! duty, nor ever make me regret the who .
nay luxe my ( .tlr. 1 veryVeJ! Know, we Siiouid: uiamtuin tiie usual proposals, are unknown to this department
tiut; liotn tne late"erHs winch have ithcirA.:;;eat, upjn a-iafismat: isiIlfHl..ro '! hue of deiiiarcaiioa LJ.h"'&'el1 tliem and course pursued by me in respect to the should accompany their bids .

tiansp.ivd under the! eyes c.t the Cum I[ attitude of neutrality feigned I the whites. I an charged wiifi their pro Indians, or0 tns commissioners, the by letters recommendatory,from gentlemen

r.Uis.oi.t-rj.:: of Georgu, that lac: oath even andniiincere, it wail like taut Agent, harrow tection. To accomplish this important state, or the United States. of respectability, or wno are know, .. 11
oial,o\ernnrcf lieorgia may be permitted :I up the In.iians to the commission of duty, my first object has bce tu take effectual In tendering to jour Excellency my to the government.It .

: to pa-s:: fur notttmg, and that any vagabond -, ho&Iile'and bloody deeds, then indeed 1 measures to prevent all inter-- acknowledgments! for the 'preposses- is desirable that all proposals made .
ui the Indian country may be put the goternnicnt of Georgia should also' course between them and the whites, excepting sions" in my favor of tvmch yoa speati, be sealed in a seperate envelope, and -
in requibtttoii to discredit hunt J'Jt 1 as. !, knovv it, Hut it may guard and fence itself only such is is sanctioned by the sud which you say would have givea market! 'Proposals for furnishing Army. .
iuie )t.U Sir, it that oath should not against the perfidy and U'eachcrJ of'false laws ot the United :but; eg. }>;u plc sure to chensn in behalfof, anothcer subsistence." ,
fwu.lu with fiiends. In cither c'cnhu\\'en'r, who had rendered services "
weigh OIK r Government, signal :
: your .
You "I well k:Ithat from Persons bids will make
the President of the United say very making two
it h the of tilts ',I States may t\) hs to observe 1
will v.ei,; with people state, ] : cou.tr"n permit me "
I' the late events which luve transpired under beIng
|rest contcntthat the O\"Cr/Hl1entuf sets ofproposals, one predicated on -
l ui Georgia that; the !, of
iiuvc
uno, aoitir :.lo knowleilge theirlitMoiy approbation my countrymenis
'I cares: for no responsibilities ill the the eyes of the Commissioners Geor.giatiattheoati paid 111 Western funds, and the other. 1r I
:
; exercise dearto than eaithly trca
Inc nevtryet reluct credence nore me any
of, .1 U n.crur of Georgia on receiving payment in drafts on the
of its and the of :
to tiic woid ot their C'niif Magistrate, right, execution durc Lucy could bestow '.e that of ah ,hi
mar be itteJt s for nothing department, Washington or some Atlantic
pvn jut
its but
which
: trust, those betongto indeed
if
conscience assured devolioa toe
and 1 b Tieveill not tu the present one, to republic
and that
I aiul to (JIM!, which tha.iics to hUrl, I any ".lb'dbond of the 1uiditu1counti'v be in that City.
he it to
unuorihv as mav be. my power win approbation -
is God the may be put in requisition to discredit GEO. GIBSON. ;..
cqaulh our as God of the Umed
1' .111.-, iie to S t)1n'ran1ncssthat I Jono1 I Lya faithful discharge of my rI ,
t btatcs him, b'ltpla ;lll"Ja s:: if that Commissary General of Subsistence.
uie titt complexion of things at all, us :: duty as pujhc; : ofricer and as an honest r.
obtl't oath should! not wii|; ;ii u single feather _
Very respectfully serv't.G. ;
ih-.Llos: by the Cofliinisstoncrs: :: cn the your iiun : I have long endeavored thus to 1 '
of the State and M. TUOUP. with jour Governiueiit it viiil 'I CJgk with City of Pensacola. j ,
efforts constantly ex-
part sincerely hope win" it i my oest arc
To the people of this state, wlv so far as 1
YAXDCTEXTER Chief Clerk t
that )au u.ay never hate cause tu rejrct rrted to asce rtain the direct and propercourse tt
ha\'e. knowleljc of their history, have
b the part )ou have taken in them-every flair Department. never yet refused credence to the word of duty, pzcscnbed by law, and BOARD OF HEALTH, t

IJ"e _o-si-suon: here wa9 in your tavor: und -- of their Chief Magistrate." justice and honor, and to pursue tnat Silting of the 10th August 1825.
\\oulllll.\e l\eU me great pleasure i From the Georgia Journal. cotir3e: without any regard to consequences. -
cntr.sh: it in behalf oi aa oiiicer wno had Copy of a letter from Gen. Gaines to Gov. To this apparently very serious, 'but I 1 have seen ot fate with regret? Resolved, That all vessels arriving at
itiiiirrfti Mgnal service tu his country, Troup. certainly very vague charge 1 cannot I that it is scarcely possible for an of ricer this Port, from the Cities of Mobile vntfN"em
through nuny a perilous& and trying Head Qllarte:8" Eastern Department, fItul'um undertake to reply until yoj do me the I of tale general government, to differ Orleans, after tAle date shall be subjected

s-tcnc. Spring,Jutj .8/: 1&25 3SIK favor to give me some specification of troni you in opinion, without incurring to Quarantine fifteen days, including
\ cirespcc..fully, )'our obl't. serv't. -1 have acknowledge the honor the matters of fact to which you have re jour uncourteous animadversion, or your the passage; and that it shall be the
UM.TUOUP.y.i.j. of your Kxceliencj's letter of the 17th ference. 1 will however tike this occasion accmnonious censure-neither of wmchsiiait duty of masters of such vessels,if required

Ccn. E. 1'. {;ancs,Commanding, &c. I ot this month, by which it appears that to remark that whatever statement ; ever induce me to forget what is by the Health Officer, to cause her hatchet
you had **only a moment to say one word" you may have received, in support of the I due to the venerated station which you to be taken off and the cargo exposed lathe
in answer to mmc oi the l-'Jtii. insinuation apparently contained in your 1 fill, and the relation in which you standto air before leavingtliequarauineground. .
tl'artmcnl of War,June 15th, 1B25. Your one word, comprehending however letter, that 1 called in question. or ever the cneral government, in whose service And be it further Resolved, That from
Sxii-'Vouricttcrof the Jd mst. to the I two pretty closely written pages, put any person in requisition to call in i have the honor to be placed, and after this date, no person or persons .' ,
Sccn.i.tr) of \\ ar has been received, and I coming as it does from the Chief Magistrate question, the oath, or the word, of a Wishing you health and respect 1 have coming from the City of Mobile by land
submitted to the President i of the United of an enlightened and patriotic Governor of Georgia; during his continuance the honor to be, shall be permitted to enter this City, under

Slates, u IKI directs me, in the absence of .iiiember of the United States, dedianJamy in ot ice, is wholly destitute of truth. EDMUND PEXDLETON GAINES. a penalty of Fifty: Dollars, without special

tiieSecietan ot \\ are to a.iy in reply, J attention. Not being disposed however I have indeed believed, and have expressed : Major General Commanding permission iJrBoarcl.I
that it the Government of Georgia should to follow your example: us to time 1 to you my belief that you have been To His Exc'y GEORGE M TBOUP, And be it further Resolved, That na I
t1denaie the project of surveying the .have permitted your letter to lie on my greatl) deceived by persons in whose Governor of Georgia.' person or persons shall permitted to enter I
lihas ctded to the Uuited States by theCrrck table ioraeweek past, in the expectation honor you placed reliance, but who were .r the precincts of this City from Jlarrancas -
Nation of Indians.at the treaty of that a little reflection would suggest to unworthy jour confidence. -- during the detention of any vessel or

the Indian Springs,lieforc the expiration you the propriety of correcting. some expressions But I am by no means disposed to yield vessels at the Quarantine Ground, -without
*>.Itlip tHlpCCitie&l by the 8tli article of apparently hasty, and calculated even my tacit assent to the high toned SHIP permission from this Board under the

tlie treaty, fur the removal of the Indians, to call 'forth an answer, partaking of rule! of English law which your remarks same penalty as above ..
it will be wholly upon its own responsi the climate and ticated atmosphere in just now quoted call to mind,that "the And be it furtber Resolved, That.this _
b.lih-OtnJ Hut tile Government of the which 1 find ID)selt', against which it has King can do no wrong." Truth is a divine resolution shall continue .in force until the .
1J. Matts will nut, in any manner, be re. been my constant purpose carefully to attribute and the foundation of every afJV g let day of N0"DeflI6nu'la, sooner repeal'
'?ual"I\le\ for any consequences which guard. Hut your letter Having made its virtue. "Truth is the basis of all excel- ed, and that it shuU be published in the Pen

IrI4iY rtMitt from thut measure appearance in a newspaper, just now lence." This inestimable moral treasure, Tiot Peusacola sacola Gazette for three successive- tteeks.-
I have the honor to be, your obd't. sere handed to me by a friend, 1 can no longersee truth, is to be found in the cottage as : ot Signed on-'he Record

taut, the propriety of wiinholding; a repl)". I well as in the palace, at the plough as .... Jill de la Rua,

C. VANDEVENTCR, You say the certificate of Marshall : well as at the official bureau of State. ENTERED. Vice President of the BoareL

Chief Clerk. matter how procured, is one of the most Many of the unfortunate wanderers of the San Antonio Attest, .,..
Schr. ,
His Excellency George M. Troup daring,efforts that eer was attempted byiizatiiiaiit wilderness and its borders are firm votaries August 10.- N. S. Parmantier
Governor of Geor ria. villain)" to palm a falsehood on of truth as any men 1 have ever Roigh, Newr-Orlcans, Cargo, 5 .

ignorant credulity." known. Some of them who have been bbh. whiskey, 4 bbls. N. E.. rum, Secretary ,

Executive Geo. 7fcjjCTitfr c JV' ", a: ('T hora Jtrocured" I will first unfortunate, and whose regard to truth 10 boxes. soap, 13 bunches garlic, Caution. I II
Department, state to you the manner in which that and honesty induced them tOJ give up the 13 bbls. flour 16 bbls.rice, 2 bales .
25th June 1825. 5 -
Ilt.L tnghtful certificate was "' procured" and last dollar jurtly due ;,to their cieditors, ,and 1 SOME idle persons having capsized the '.'".
received this morning the note, and 2 merchandise,
hch1 then proceed to show that its daring" I ,had they regarded money a little more, cases belonging to the Revenue Department 1
J the absence\ of the Secretary of and bbl. onions to the Master. of this Port which she has \
>ar, the character consist*,only in its truth, and its truth little-- less might have failed by I
President of the United States handed and instead of being re- Indus Barlow, ,Cam- sustained considerable injury hereby
1rced direct tendency, to expose in part the ,full now ll.-Ship ; .1
'hi&: )ou to address to me, and in *, malignant villainy" which has been extensively duced to the condition of despised poverty -. peachy, C rgot. 31200 segars, 222 give noticethat should any trezpas of the J
\t' f informed that the project oft practiced onthe credulity of would wanton in the. luxuries of plundered -I. hats 5 hammocks to J.- kind be perpetrated in future.the law will ; j;
)"g tile ):"ids ceded to the United grass and United
the citizen of and wealth. Is is no longer powible j be enforced in behalf of the States : :f
ot good
Georgia
;4tb D> the cretir Nation of Indians at many D. Pope.-102 tons logwood, 1000 concerned. :
in that
ower':)t te., m referenced the Indians America to make fr+e men believe .agaihst'the persons
11tth&elra1on ty 1fthc:' Indian Springs before and the treaty The facts contained in "the King("or he.-ph. 8.tJrm.fG1l.dq ao .1 II segars and 109 grass flab to,.the A. W. HAMILTON, Collector.Pensacola .-
: Dt the time by ;
specified
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u Jlug.
in .wrQns"j Master. t.
tlh certificate question were yolunta- i I :
:wit of the treaty for the rcmo- the J .- : .

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:.t Slates :>THE .RU WC.R. Tlie Suriber: Goods.HE .Iln\n \\ to
;. For carrying Mails of the United. :3aIn \\
.4. :1 h.-R.cQrckon. &JL, T. Pftmiman, Spring .
of the ,
will be the.next ,
: on the following P st"Roadllt re cttEiILL apply at term
ceived at the General Post 0(lice in the HAVING:formed a C opart nerahip in 'w''; Superior Court for the Western the City of Pensacoh

City"of Washington, until Saturday the :. Business, the.sa.me..itIhcreaf'tf'r 'District-of ,Florida at 'Pensacola, for a Subscriber has received, per late ,
15th day October next, inclusive. be'conducted under the firm of writ of'partition'! to divide the real estate, arrivals fcom New-York' and New- On the 19th:Instant
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IN FLORIDA. Richardson! and renniman. .. J of the ate Maria Cailota Ruby deceased, Orleans, a'supply Spring Goods, which, :
122. From' Pensacola by the county The quantity of Advertisements in both amongst the heirs and devisees of the together with his former stcck, make a A ..1i'x'V. \, .
Jackson and Wilton, languages, contained in the Louisiana Gazette which aid real estate consists viz ,
seats of Gadsden, said Maria- complete assortment, : '
to Tallahassee; once' week. and tfie matter: of a nature almost of fbe following numbered lots m i 2 Negro Fellows
in the of New-Or Hardware viz : 'viz
; I I.t'8"e Tallahassee evciy Monday at6 solely interesting City I the.city Pensacola, to wit: 10 Packages ,

&*' 1 1II a. m. and arrive at Pensacola on Fridayby leans, have taken up so much of its columns timpll'tance Numbers 50, 124, 125, 126, 127, 129, Knives and Forks
: to render a matter of minor ctifive.
10 a. n. as under 71, 72,| 24, 36, 122, together with the Pen and Pocket Knives c
subscribers. -
i Leave Pensacola every Friday it 2 p. these circumstances to country they have been t, A; W3U4B1Yt. j' Iron Tinn'd Table and Tea Spoons, feetsix and *n half ?
m. and arm e at Tallahassee on Tuesday do. high, has lost "
Brittania do. several
of of
I induced to commence the publication a his
4 b,6p. m. Louisiana Gazette :I-ii..: "I and appurtenances thereon.- Gimblets, Padlocks,Iron Nob Locks, I) teeth on up.hia
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184. From Tallahassee by Sewaney Weekly '\'hich.said Jots are now held Stock LocksCbest & Cupboard do. right'ltgandalon1Srght

Ferry and Dill's to St. Augustine, once in the first number of which they now present I and o\\ r.ed in co-parcenary by Joseph, Screw Plates, Saws, Augers Chissels, foot, nexuo his litt1 on tot his

'**.! two weeks, 237 miles. to the public. They design to ren CiMmero, CeJestino! Benjamin, Maria Y. Files, Hammers, Coffee Mills, the first he says v socca oned by.bJ.rn;
Leave Tallahassee every other Wednesday der this replete with matter interesting !I who: have i I and the latter of ,
.- paper Candida aid Joanna Ruby, a Brass, wood and patent Cocks, by a cut a broad-axe.,
at 6 a. m. and arrive at St. Augustine to country subscribers, adding to 'I fee siotpleiitle to the same. and a greit variety of other hard ware, &c..I
ji. on the next Monday by 6 p. m.Leavet. important foreign and domestic intelligence The Subscriber gives this notice as 2 cases carpenter plane t( AI\U

Augultine'every other Tuesday political and literary, only such essays Guardian Uenj&nr/ui Huby and Joanna 2 casks rolina hoes, f\

at 6 a. ro. and arrive at Tallahassee and subjects as apply themselves: to Ruby, On whose behalf the above mentioned 4 casks tin ware, assorted, five feet eight inches hibhus!
the next Sunday by 6 p. m. the State.v a scar on his left arm, which
application is to be made. Blacksmith's bellows, vices, tnvill, U
:i all and intellectual says was occasioned
NOTES. shall exert our physical by the
Jose Ortiz. Sledge and hand hammers, in.
1. The Postmaster General may expedite encrges, in order that we may noculationfor thekine pox.
Swedes IronFoolscap *
the mails, und alter the! times for render this paper worthy the attention of j i jErY &f GvcrdiotPensacpla wrapping do. r &other identifying : .tks. *
editor June 5th, ltt5.-15-8t. paper CICCROsiysthutheis" .
time a diserning public. A
rival and departure, at duringthe newspaper
: any I Bar Lead and Gunpowder.
W; 4s continuance ufthe contract he paying should be a man abilities, diligence) I ttiSSi'Lif llr a\\ old and that he was sold by the ShfS

,,' ?n adequate compel.-ltion fer any ex and firmness. He should possess those i ,- 15 Cases Dry Goods, viz : of Sumpterville District, Southas C..rolioa..
? 4. that be occasioned there- habits industry which are essential for.. 1.1 "II f11Jrire of flour being 6 50 per the property of Richara UidgelJ
:-2 may ,ta
by.expanse/nd he reserves the right to abridge the labour of collecting information, liutunreienting t I barrel: the rate of bread liall be, ,Tteac'y made clothing: Captain Joseph Richbaugh. who sold hiat
:; any contract made under tins advertisement vigilance vthich is cter on I from thjis day, 17 ouncf for a bit. .I,),,:To(sic ticking, checks, to a Mr. Richardson.BTKAM .

I.! when he thinks it pioper, and to deduct the wing ; that sullen, merciless sagacity, Uy order of :he Mayor, Cambric muslin*, chintz, says: that he is fortv-'W

, .v from the compensation at the ratio that sutlers nothing1 to escape( and _\h.rt. : 1\ S. Purraanticr.; 'Fine Mdr.i;<> l.-anukeixhieft, years old.and that he belonged to c\
the* equally scorns to take. or to gibe quarter.I Fine silk flag do. Bronson Sumpterville District u.,
for
])1.id; under the contract, lessening I!, ..,ec'c. rJ.Pensacoh S. r.
-. duties of the contractor. I Without thrse! qualities knowledge is almost June,10th, 1325. Fine cotton hose, do.half do. was sold by the Sheriff a Mr. Smith and

." 2. Ten minutes hall be allowed for opening useless, and m some measure, thee .u French shawls, osnaburgs, They :both state that they were run 1*
: ,./.' .;. and eloting the mail, at all offices-- indeed. may be said to create it. An editor :4kYVit'. I JLJ.;' Pins, needles, thread, from South! Carolina by \\hite lne n, o .
v.bo
) ... Vhc 'e no particular time specified.. should possess the talent of selecting, Superb crilt buttons. &c. sold thcm; in Alabama.! aiu; ot.1..; .,. _
:(1. .. 3. For every thirty minutes' delay, of combining, charging: : home hu information To ,intrudingsettlers and others, 10 cases black ? ool bats, them t one hundred dollars! each- -;'".;.. I

.o -I. : (unavoidable accidents exceptrd,) in arriving that talent without winch, the vhocommit\ wistc en the public 1 dovhite do. thing t about, it, but were obliged to-ia\e- no.
assailant rebound from his murk, do. beaver do. them t back and
.- after the time prescribed in any fiercest :: lands. refund the money rete'i.,
I like the dart ofl'riam from the shield of chil ren's morocco (10. ed for
the contractor shall forfeit five themethey! then left them
.... ." rontrictj ryfUOfeE lawless! persons who are guilty with
,t ; : 4 'dollars ; and if the delay continue until Neoptolcnius lIe should possess that I {intruding on lands of the United<< 6 trunks men' calfskin brog&ns, Iwc'.Jtht"rwlute nun, who brought themta
of depending mail, firmness, which contends for the last inch 1 do. I.tlielurc: co, do. Pensaco.a.
the departure any States, :and committing waste on public
..:., .. whereby a trip is lost, a forfrituie ofd 'U- of its ground, that :.rmness which often timber,'are hereby notified, that measures ALSO F. S.
... .. amount allowed for carrying the fails (.f success, but which never can be Chapman.
> h1e thC Inure Hccn taken
for
a rigid enforcement of :100 barrels Whiskey 'Y:' '
mail one trip, shall be incurred, unless! it conquered ; that firaiuc&s which a superior the laws cf the United o'tatcsin such cases Loramyns,
.' 'Ji that the delaywas mind so promptly feels in a proud 25 !barrels :Flour
made to mde nd
. .. f shall l he appear :i provided, they are hereby or- City Conttatlct.
occasioned by unatoidah'.caccident! ; conciousness of the \\ealth and amplitude d .*d des'st: from Pensacola
.- ,. 'r tp such offences forthwith 2 hlids. Sugar ,July 22d, 1835-21-tf.
,
the amount of for a trip of its 1 es urccs.
otherwise
, ', in which case pay thy will be prosecutedto <<
'.. 0 will be forfeited. It falls to our lot to possess but a very the utmost rigcr of the law. 30 bags Coflee. MUSEUM ""

..I ".. .. I. Ptisons making proposals are re- small share of an}' of the above prerequisite (liven under my hand, at the city of :N. II. .A.lle.n.

s. rt-.ii'xd! to state their prices by the } car qualifications-but we promise our Washington! the S-lth day of March 1825. Of Foreign Literature
. .1 'ho contract will receive their readers not to be deficient in zeal to render April 15,1825.Spring and
liose
.,: \: Gco. Graham
. '.
'. ,.- 4 qual.terl-in the months of May, our paper worthy of patronage.The Science.
,. pay November and Fibruary, one \> eekly Louisiana Gazette, will be Commstioner of the General Land OfficeCoflee .
" August, Good E. Lilted, Publisher, 88, Chesnnt
afternoon ands 8-t1j. tf.P/dl4'
Saturday
: .i. mor.th after the expiration of each quar published! every I

.... ".'I..'.. : ter. >(' oft"to subscribers in the country by & Preserves. I T is composed entirely, as its title inn
5. No other than a free white person Sunday morning's mail-tins arrangement plies, of selections from foreign jour
: rlia\l be employed to carry the mail. will enable subscribers to receive the Latest 1 00 Bags green havana Coffee, STONS & NISBET, nals. A few words may show that it 1 is,

" :.,1..'''',,. 6. Where the proposer intends to convey intelligence from different quartersof 5 boxes preserves, assorted in however, far from being adverse to our

,. ',:. ..j'L" the mail l in the body of I. tare carriage the country. each box, received per Schr. A- TY AYE received per brig St. Clair from own .institutions or literature-and that
. \<'" he 1S desired to state it in his proueJds Persons in the country who may wishto ,nianda Malviua, and for sale by ll New-York on the contrary, it may havean: important

'''. and the stage must be of sufficient ., become suL icnbcr to this paper, will Stone & N isbet. (, ./packages merchandize, containing effect inj preventing the dissemination cf

fJ.h".,..'. .' size;; unless otherwise expressed, to please give tis notice through the Post :,:: U a handsome assortment of doctrines in discordance with the prinCIples .

,.'... converientlv convey seven pi se1yers. Masteis of their respective towns, tvhcn, W. 11 ABELL HUNT, fancy and staple! articles suited to the sa upon which Aur society!3Cl> stitl1ted.

. f"..." ..:. 7 E'cry"proposer nny otter in his bid, if they desire *it, \\e will forward the papers draw-deeds bills ot sale son, viz Some ot the British Reviews an I MIJJ.
,
,' ... transporta. commencing with the first nua.ber. WILL pow Printed muslins, various qualities, zines are re-printed in this
11... 4' to make improvements of attorney, bonds &c. in the country ei
.........':.t.'i thin cfthe mail, from the terms invited, This paper will! be published once a most approved forms, and attend to 4-4 London chintz, actly asthey; appear at home, / they.as
1",,' week in the Kuglish Language, and for- any chintz jhawls well those which
. ".. either as to the mode of transporting it, other writing which may) he committed to Fancy prints, as are not published;
. of \\'arleJ subscribers at live dollars per ], Cambric handkerchiefs here, embrace! much
'.. the speed required, or the frequency him with and and mrttercfHule: inter.
..i,' the trips per \\'eek-wbich bliall receive: annual, payable in advance, or three dollars ,rruhcnablc promptness! terms his accuracy situation in Kobe patterns,do. coloured) flounces est and no advantage to turrc.le-s-and
on
. I.o .. II' due crJO IC\e1'3tion. per six months, to be paid in ad. the clerk's: : oiiice renders; :Applicationto l.eno, bonk and jaconet muslins, which ii| not ur.frequently fitted to xitiat*

, ..t..... o The number of the post route shall be yance. hinicouteiiier.l, for thiIe who be 9-8 ?nd 6-4 can.bric, their literary taste, their rnoraKani their

:. .' Stated.in even bid, and the proposal must Richardson & Penmman, occupy the I about to execute in ;trumtnt may of writing i MusHputam! handkerchiefs" political, principles. But while ,t cannot

, ',,'. be sealed: and directed to the General spacious building formerly known as the t. which! is to bs any rcconlcd.SHElUKJf'S : White and! colM ir-evino &. c:', simereshawls be denied that there :s ;n all these foreign:
...." .,,. l'o. OHice, and endorsed "Proposals.<< City Hotel,in Uo .erc stI'eeta between tJunul I journals;a ,large part which con uts of

," ; btrict attention must be given to the (and Customhouse streets, Irxini which SALti. SJ:! : caifs, {!3. long sha-vls asserted, details and speculations which are unTnt -

i : 'Ii'f.- endorsement, as it is not intended to ; the Daily and ',\ e=ekl papers vull be regularly C'>iOU1 cd Uice scails: .in.l h'kfs, cresting to American readers, or saj.chievous .

. ,. '.II .4 break the bcul of any proposal until the i issued. Sii/icrior ('our H'e&t Florida. 6'ill:: ho3, v.'li'te r.nd cvl'J bordered in their political! or moral todency -
consolidated the office of the baruli Coon, Admt'i) cravats j it is .
. *-;i' "' time for rcceiting bids shall have expi Hating equally certain that a ccastderable : -'
,\ red. late Orleans Gazette, and the Louisiana '-fi. fa. Printed and rh'.te "o.rsolcs, portion their! contents is cffp.

' ..,;i ;. 8. The Postmaster General reserves to tlazette<< they have four Punting Presses Nathan Shacklcfdid.Sir Nlue f ii:! yellow nnnheens, neral application! and cf interest valoe,

-'\' '! himself the right declaring any contract and a general as! ormellt of Type, and >irtue cf this execution, I shall pro- I.T.en Dr'Uinj with col'U.sill:stripes, .;ml that they embrace:: much that is i in*

...'i ; at an end, believer one failure happens, are prepared to execute all Hook and Job .U :) cecil to sell at Public Auction for Imitation, do. very high.degree interesting and curioa,
.
:I vlncli amounts to the loss of a trip. Printing consigned to them, \vilh neatness cash, on Tuesday the irst day of November .Suspenders, cotton sirneres, pnictiCil; sound and a.bIe-rdied and

: 9. The'di.tances stated are such as have and accuracy. next, at 12 o'clock, at the CourtHouse 7-8 Irish La'. r.i elt-gint '; much that will excite though

been communicated to this office, and J in 1'cnsacola, the following real 7-8 and 4.4 Irish linens, in whole and and refine the imagination-that frill
;Jy sotivc of them may be inconect : On this } Pensacola Hook :)lore.V"'J estate, now occupied by \Vm. McVoy, half pieces, "raise the genius snd mend the heat"

'fyLjectlae contractor must inform him- -. .izAll the remainder the unsold landin 5-1 Irish sheetings, linen damask, And when consider that the greatest

m.,2KH \ -ihe Department will not be answerable 1 TUST received- -- per- -I'.rig- St. Clair: di- the tractofeigut hundred arpents, ad. 3-4 do. diaper linen tickings, philosophers and .statcsmen, as well as

., for any mistake. C:* reel frcm New-York, and for tale as joining to this City on the east: and fronting Ladies': cotton hose, assorted, poets, criticks,and all other men offifc

< 10. No bid shall be withdrawn after the above,an additional assortment of Books on Fensucola Hay granted to Francisco White and coloured cotton h.1tfhose, rature<< now find the periodical press tic

** I time for recei ting bids shall have expired, among which are the following! Moreno, and coineyed by acts of saleto Hibbed white, do. channel!through which their opinions

. : i u d should any piston refuse to take the INTE\V WORKS. this detenuant ; together with all the Russia: diaper, crush,- tc. &c. be conveyed to_ the greatest nuo\brof

"..''i4 contract at his bid, he fchull be held responsible I improvements<< consisting of 6 cacs gentlemen's & boy's beaver, men, it will appear very evident, that s
. to the Department, for the dif Kothclan, a Romance of the English Histories castor and roram hats. knowledge of what is thus written and
4 tf-V,' his bid and that at which THREE DWLLNG. ;- .; :: .
icrcncc between a AND JH STORESGentle.inen'sand done abroad is necessary to the succ a
.
;" the cnntiact shall be made. No decisionson Stauhupe'sLetters on Greece, in 1823 ; HOUSES: Ladies' boots and ful cultivation of our own literature i and
and 11524, with Documents the Creek -2
| bi shall he-luade known before tlu
<'JI
:" .. shoes, assorted, important to the politician: scholar 'icd
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I .: if 17th of October, The of Revolution, mul the life of Mustanha out Houses &c &c.
wsgnaicr.t any Brown and bleached shirtings and man of business, as well as to him who
1 contract v/ithoul the consent of the }Pot Ali, 1 I And also one other tract of land, containing shcelinb reads only I for amusement.To '
S master General, shall forfeit it-uml ill i Buchanan's Sketches of the North American eight hundred arpents on Durand's _
all cases where application to make a Indians, with a plan for their me- fluff Escambia County, granted to Antoine Plaid* aud'stripes, checks, dowlas, persons who reside at a distance
Osnaburgs, blue aud brown domestic from the of New Bcob
transfer: :s made, tha tcniis must be fully liorat'on, Collins, and by him conveyed to this, great depositories
goods, stout for and New Inventions work
negro lothing, a conducted
elated. Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by defendant. ,
I and a variety of other dry goods. this plan is peculiarly important,as
11. The contracts are to be in operation Thomas Campbell, A1& two ether tracts of land, adjoiningthe upon
Superiorcld Madeira Wine in bottles affording them of keeping
on the first day of January next, and continue The Cook's Oracle, containingneceipts Ia.it mentioned, granted to Lewis GJ.g'net opportunity
I Madeira, Tenerifie and sweet Malaga pact in some degree with e progress
for Pla n'CookeJ"&c.. &c. .
o.ie )'eiLr. &c.Iliographiv and Nicholas Lopez, and by them .
John 1\1' Lean of the British Stage, being the conveyed to this defendant, containing Wine in cjr. casks. knowledge, at a very trifling expense

Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses eight hundred arpents each. .ANIj 4 of money or time.
Postmaster General. When it is added that most of the literature
Seized at the suit uforesuid, to'pay the A good assortment of Groceries.
G.1t1ur PiJt. Jlice, ,,- The History of Matthew aid, by the film of seven thousand three hundred and April 15th 1825.H'attungton of tile day is not easily accessible

t-, Jr"JJ..inszfJn. City,July 14, 1825. author of Valerius &c. thirty-nine<< dollars, 82 cents, with interest any other than this form to our families,

'.' -- r Hallam's View\of Europe, during the and cost, .and will be sold to tibfy the OIDN.CE lErjrtrnEr it will readily be acknowledged that a
." Information ueedcd by an Old Middle Ages, same. i| worke, conducted upon the plan of th
? 4th June
1825.
, Soldier. The Spanish Daughter, -I "W. Davison QBALED PROPOSALS will be, received Muslim,may be in a very consiJerabledegree
t: The Human Heart valuable. Hov f31'
The uncrsig-nr.d er\'ed in the Itevolutonai k3 by this Department until the interesting or
31st
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bt The Highlanders, a Tale SIler4ffE8. County.Sheriff' this Journal has been successful ia ta"
,
%Var. jn the hue in day of July .next, for
Virginia
furnishing the
Scenes in { ') Office', Pensacola, merit these appellations
hF Europe, Scenes America ; deavoring to
: the month of February. 1777, in Captain following Cannon Balls, viz, Seven thou-
The 2d 1835. ""
Blank Hook ofa small Colleger, July -17-lamts. must be determined by the pubJick; *
Holdman sand five
Hicc's company, to guard the hundred 24 pounder CannonBalls
C Living Plays, 4th 5th 6th the rapid increase of the ubscrjptionfist
troop! of General Uutgn'ne! who were<< 7th, tftli, 9th to be delivered at Fort Delevare, :
.. prisoners of war. lie uas in said conipany and 10th volumes, ()HIP01 .J1. near Newcastle, Delaware. .is themost" gratifying proof success. '-

about eight mnnJis, when lie was TOGETHER WITH.Paley's Six thousand 24 pounder CannonBalls Terms of SlJbscl'i'tIofl..
transferred to Capt. Merriweather's Works complete, in 5 vols A number is 'Il"n
company Pursuant to an order of the Honorable to be delivered at New Orleans. published everyand
4 where he served fifUcn month U.ollinsnci nt History, 8 vols. the uhscription price is Six.O'U&"S"
# The Balls are .to be cast in iron
Cc''): Francis Taylor commanded the rtginient Plutarch's Lives, 8 vols.Josephus's :,County Court.of Jackson, find to be delivered on before the moulds, year, payable in advance.: (A nucbef
or first
while he was in the service, and lie i Works, 6 vols. WILL BE SOLD, day of October, 1826. They will be inspected i. comprises 120 pages 8 vo.)

was honorably discharged on the 2d- Jay.j j Hamilton on Pargativcs, To \\\ \\ig\\est ili&ACT at the manufactories, and at the It will. be sent free of po-ta e to -rerf
1779. He was also fit the siege of-york. Armstrong on Typhus Fever United subscriherso long as hs continues top/
expeuseof States but
: town. If there is any person still alive Miner and Tully on Fevers, ON the first Wednesday after the third to be delivered at the places; mentioned they are in advance.

vho can prove his service he hopes they Orfila't Powelon Practical Chemistry, by Coxe, 1 Monday in October next, at the at the cost and risk: of the contractors.The The Museum began in July, lS22, ,dal1
i. : will give information. Mr. Wm !:oun Contracts, town Chipola, the Seat of Justice for the back numbers may be obtained oa
,- tree, and Mr. Daniel) Kneeves, who a few : Mone's: New Gazetteer, :I said County, a part of the lots of said proposals should be made separately the above conditions.Q'Subscriptions .
years ago,lived in "Mercer County, Kentucky Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket, Town. for each parcel, and should state ( receivedat tbii'office,

were in the same company with Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt, Term of Sale-Ten per cent. in advance the price perouu/. where a number may be seen.

' him, but he cannot learn where they have: Thompson' Seasons, 1 vol. gilt, the balance in six and twelve Persons disposed to offer proposals will -

4. removed to. From his pg-e r.nd ";Iplcs Beauties of Shakespeare, do.Campbell's mon ths. be furnished, on application, with the. dimensions Exchange on New-York.

::4 situation, he needs the friqndly! assistance Poems, llo.Heney's Tjtles ;will be made on the receipt of of the balls, and the regula Jfi"OU sale in sums to suit purchase"by
: of his country. Informatiop will be communicated Meditations* do. the last.payment.The tionsfur: inspecting them.

, 4 to Colonel Stephen. Ogden, Pilgrims Progress, do. town of Chipola is situated on the GEO. BOMFORD, Brevt.Col.on & Nisbet.Jan. .
Yellow Uanks, Davics county., Kentucky, Pope's Wc'ks, 2 "ols. do. western bank of the river of the same Ordnance Service. Stone
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by mail'- n this business. Lights & Shadows Scottish Life, do. name, at the head navigation, and adjoining Printers* of the Laws of the United 14th, 1825.. _- _____

David Chiiucellor. JLSO, to rich and fertile lands ; on a States are desired to publish the foregoing

,- )4ay 23d, 1825. The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard, handsome eminence, commanding a view once a week fur five weeks, and to STATIONARYpfl

Life of Franklin, Paul and Virginia' of the country round it, and.the prospect transmit to this Department, witlriheir jfffUST; received and for sale at the -

NOTICE : William Teil, Gulliver's Travels, &c. &c. of health pnd good water is not surpassed accounts, one of the paper containing %D sacola Book 'Store; a small as.
"W. lliisell by any section of the Territory. the adHrti ement.
m hereby given, That at the next term Hunt. 1 ment of

& of the Hon. the County Court, 1 will April 12th, 1825. J Thos. FL Hull, -- July-17 --5w. > Quills superior quality*

present the accounts and vouchers and i Dep. Ctk. C. STONE & .NIS
C.Jaiktov E'.r
AVafers
make final :Letter Paper ,
a settlement the estate of Mail Arraiigement.I ,
-. Giles Newton, late of Pensacola, deceas The Editors of the County. 17Av1! : for sale 100 bbla. Whiskey, Ink Powder black& ze: d,
ed. ]I \UE on Thursday at 3 P. M.ttsff .Florida Intelligencer \1 60 bags Coffee, ,.
Closes on Friday 10 A. M. will give the above an insertion, once a 4 hhdd.! & 20 bbls Sugar 8ca1ingVlX, and
John de la :JRua month until the ,
of sale
and
day
llobert Mitchell forward. 4 casks '
qr. ? Sweet and Dry
their account Otfce :Tape.
e JminitralQr.Fc to the Clerk's Office in. 8 half do, -SoAhlaga.. Wine
Post
24th 18l5-.S1-tf; rensacola, June 30th, 1825 183t.Master Jackson. County, Florida. Old Peach Brandy ,. W. Hasell Hunt.

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