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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
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Creation Date: September 17, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
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Y;Lii. : PENSACOLA, SATURDAY, SEEPTAjffiER 17, 1825. No.'29._" I:

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PU/lLlHED ErE.RT SATURDAT, An act addition to the several acts, I i iorganizing and clerks ofthe! council as fill ed from Great-Britain' by the'uni ligations of the,Creeks V the United J. J, '
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Y W. HASET.L HUNT, : of Florida. Territory compensation: for their services ted arms and treasure, cf the ,thirteen States,_and.the State Georgia. : i

COLE EUITUU Atn PnopRiKTon, Be it enacted by the Governorand during the present session to \v vl.To colonies and cede.d:to the U. The: Creeks on their part, bad I''

pu61i"ofr of the Laws of-the ITnited States Legislative Council of the Samuel Fry, chief clecS 1wo'"' States wheo, their independence bound thcnrselvcs. -not to sell their i

and of the Territory of Florida. Territory of Florida, That the hundred and eighty dollars was acknowledged 'by the treaty land;except be United. States, V

Srll!cnlr'rlQ Ycar 55, adjutant general, appointed by To T. H. Penn, enrolling 'cltrk, of Paris. After,the revolutionary and they.:had acknowledged themselves
V 4 Half )car 3. virtue of the tenth section of an two hundred and four .dollars- S and war"had closed, 'the. other States, to be* tinder, the protection :

Qu8rleryear 2, act organizing the militia of the fifty cents. influenced by patriotic motives, i of:pur government. The United I
Single paper twelve and an half ccuts. Territory, approved September13th To Adam Gordon, transcribingclerk and:desirous of preventing all in-' States had encouraged, them .to !.

5ubscriJtuHIlIu'able in Advertisement:idvance.ADrsttfiitNt 1822 shall be a resident! of one hundred al:d fifty three testibe disputes, as' well_as to hinder .commence the work of" civilization
!-Kvery ;
dollars sixty cents. the undue aggrandizement ,of and to .. III
Bikini;null1lUre than twelve lines, first Tallahassee or the neighborhood relinquish Jheir vagrant t;
V insertion one dollar each subsequent! injertion thereof, and keep his office at Tallahassee To John Lines, transcribing any one State, followed :the'example ;'.and_ the Creeks, in V ;
fifty cents ; longer ones in proportion. the seat of Governmentof clerk, one hundred and twenty five given by New York during the c conformity tb that benevolent ''1

)tik and figure work double price this Territory. dollars V ... existence_ that contest, and ft. p dlihad begun to'P)1t'OD the !t
:. Amounts due for :
the fiiti IOserL UI1 To Paul M'Cormack transcribing '
JOT payable' always on demand. Sec. 2. Br it further enacted, : linquished the government all ctheii'back a: of a,civilized people. "
advertisi:: Ir
A libcnd deduction made to those who That the Governor be ,and lie is clerk, thirty five dojlats, seventy lands either williswithout or Again, the United Slates asserted ;

i' fljreitisc by the year. hereby thorised to commissionthe five cents. an equivalent.* Georgia, a,right,to ''prevent: any _:European ::1 .Jl:
k All communications to the Editor To Win. John Mills, tra scrih- more fortunate, or less generous 'from ,
inspector general<< and power purchasiag.the (
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t: wit be paGIflic/,or they will be attended master general of each brigade quarter: so ing clerk, thirty one dollar forty than her sister States, delayed her Indian title.) This ,rIght'u respected J
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', jo or not, as': tits ':convenience.of aa they shall be appointed ,by the seven cents. assent to that cession until J802, by the European powers; V ;J :i:11!
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To Ingraham, Serjt. when obtained it .
of more favorable was sanctioned by their
generals brigades respectively.Sec. practice ; :
,(.i "L\\VB : Timid*. 3. Be it further enacted, at arm., one hundred and thirty terms than the other members of and the Creeks'had confirmed it !!j

:' -- That the commander in cnief of seven dollars fifty cents. the confederacy, ,whose titles to by,the treaty of New-York. Bat ;;
: An act to Incorporate the Human Catholic ,the militia of this Territory be To J. D. Hart, "messenger, one the western Territory rested upon this was, only a' tingeDtritbto ::j
Congregation of St. Augustine.Beit hundred and twelve: dollars the same footing as .. J
and he is hereby authorized, to appoint her own. property depending upon the consent h
enacted by the Governor and commission his personal Sec. 2. And be ,further enacted, This: cession, even if her title of the Indians.,* It, was i ::

and Legislative Council of the i staff four aids-de-camp, who That the Governor be and he is had been clearer than it was, ly'a 'right to '/thC' -ultimiu. mere:1:1

'territory,cj' .Florida, That Ber shall severally! hold the rank of hereby authorized to cause to be Georgia was bond 40 make,' nion of the soil,!, e. the '::

nardo Segtii'illiani Travers, colonel in the Militia of this Ter audited the accounts for stationary ,by motives, of gratitude and ty, to the. exclusion of: civilized )J
(; Peter Miranda, Eusebio Gomez, ritory. and other contingent expenses; incurred public duty to confederacy, ; nations, eel the absolute properly '
I Joseph B. Lancaster, and FrancisJ. Approved December 30/A, 1824. for the ':use of the Legislative whose I arms' had achieved, her '-in- ,upon extinguishment of 4t;I:

1 Fatio, Church wardens, and Council. dependence almost without her the Indian title. The colonies,. r :

their successors in office, shall be An act more effectually to provide for the (. }_p4 January- -It/- 1825.J--- did. Upon her making it, how- before hereyolu on, and 'the ::;h:::.
and they arc hereby declared to organization of the militia. ? evershe received an ample equivalent States since that event, never conceived : :
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be a body corporate, by the name He it enacted by the Governorand I 1,250,000 dollars: were paid that they had a right to ap. i Hi
and of* the church wardens Legislative Council of the Territory -- V to the State from the first propriate the soil'without '
style from the A ewe r orfc Review and Jlntheiix- : receipts : the consent :!' :
of the Roman Catholic Church ofSt. of Florida, That on the urn 'J1agai ne. trom the,lands; in 1802, a treaty, of the .abOrJgluallohablt&lUs. f:;I'

Augustine, called St. Augus first Saturday of June next there Examination bj.the controversy was made with, the Creeks, by Treaties were made with them '

tine's Church," and they the said shall be a regimental muster' of the between Georgia & the Creeks. which a large portion of_lands was, that purpose, from the earliest ::.Ir't'for s ; ;

Bernardo Segui, William Travers, militia at such places as may be Shortly afterlthe accession of the ceded to the U. States and vested settlements of the COIlD.r,.-... :t'

Peter Miranda. Eusebio Gomez, Itaignaft! by the colonels or command patriotic and venerable Washington in Georgia ; in 1805, another portion In some of the provinces the In I iii'! '

; Joseph B. Lai.caster, and Francis tng officers of such regi to the cnief magistracy of the was ceded in like. manner. dian title was considered as complete >t j I I

J, Fuiio church wardens aforesaid ments. concludedat These cessions so that it < ,
V as republic, a treaty was together with might be trans :t : I
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shull be invtsted with all Stc. 2. Bf it further enacted; at eW-10Z', k, in I h' ."ery presence the-sums,paid under the :convention ferred from an Indian to a white V; j t

\, manner of property both ical and That it shall be tilt duty of the with the Creek ;nation. These particulArs ,.cost the 'U. States Dearly man, without_the consent of the j f r: I
colonels *
l all due respectively at the said mentioned that the 8,000,000 &Um' and the '
personal, moneys or to are exceeding one government ; determination ; t
4 grow due, donations., gifts, here muster to form companies, and to sanction of that great and goodman half of the,expense of the Louisiana of Andross subject those V \\,1.\\ I.
ditaments and immunities cairn elections to be held for captains the humane of the titles,in 'N. '
privileged to policy purchaseand Georgia has received England to a quit-rent ,; t
; whatever, which may belong and subalterns for the same, government may have its due 15,000,000 of acres, to or patent tax, caused a rebellion I, i; ,L
t- to the said church, or which maybe and to return to the commanding weight with all who V respect the which the Indian title has been which ended in,his deposition and ; !
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1 I made or transferred to then or genera of his brigade a list of the purity and sagacity of the Fatherof extinguished. During the last imprisoD ent. ,In. other parts of f:,

t their successors in office, to have officers so elected, and to return to his country. By this treaty the war, 9 portion of the Creeks, instigated .. the country, ,"colonists were n:f

": and to hold the same, for the proper the fchcriff or sheriffs of the countyor United Stated took the Creeks under by hostile.emissaries, and compelled to purchase through the tt i itf

t use and b1tfit of the said counties, to which the legiment their protection ; guarantied influenced by misrepresentations governments. But in no provincedid : '(
church ; and the said church Wardens shall belong, a list of all the attendants to the tribes their land within 'spe- 'aa to the intention of the United the colonists conceive:their, title J;

and their successors in office at the said muster.bee. cific limits : settled the mannerin States with regard to the Indiana to be good, so long as' the In'i'
p shall be, and they are hereby declared 3. Be it further enacted, which offenders should be punished took up arms againstthe dian title remained unexunguish V
to he capable of suing, and That it shall be the duty of 'he ; and in ordero lead whites and were severely chastised ed. To the honor'of the country V II :j ,

t'V being sued, and of u* ingaU necessary colonel regiments,respectively, them to a greater degree of civilization by the army under Gen. be, it recorded,that in no instance ,fTI;
legal steps fur recovering, appoint. places for_the said regimental f and to become herdsmen Jackson. In 1814, articles of agreement did the public authorities sanction )r'! .If

and defending any property whatever muster and to give six and cultivators, instead of remaining were concluded ,with the the abominable doctrine, that ( '
which the said church weeks previous notice ol such appointment in the hunters the whole nation civilization :
may state of ,including hostile gave to the white man ftl// :
hold, claim demand and! is by advertisement in United States furnish which ;
or agreed to partyby peace was restored, a right to exterminate or enslave
herein secured, or otherwise, and such newspaper as may be published gratuitously: the Creeks, from a certain portion of Indian Territory the aboriginal, or to confiscate or t Ph:
. also with make all next adjacent to the place of time to time with useful domestic ceded and in I i
power to neccs- the second article appropriate the property and land I J
sary )regulations t.tl; rules, and tc muster, or by posting a notice at animals and implements of the United States guaranty of his tribe. These Indians whatever !(:I'!

e; recover in their own n tmcJ or' o- three of the most public places in husbandry." This treaty bears the integrity of all the Creek Territory may be thought of that ;l'[ !i'1

,: wise a$ wdl the said moneys as other the county. date August 7th, 1790. Thus it not ceded in the first article. wisdom of the Providence that ;t?!'!f
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, properly with all ventsissucs, Sec. 4. lie it further enacted, appears that the U. States at that This treaty, or agreement, the so ordered it, were: the original ; h

, and profits of the same, or of any That every company shall be exempted time offered inducements to the Creeks considered as definitive, occupants and owners of ;&i 1.:1.1;:
from
, lands, moneys: or other estate bo- the said musters, Creeks to become cultivators ofshe and as settling the boundaries the country. They-had enjoyed m
longing thereto, or of any part the captain or commanding officerwhereof soil, and to, appropriate it for within which they were to resideas it from immemorial time. Our ill
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thereof; Provided nevertheless, shall l, ten days previously the purposes of civilized life, instead a civilized people, according ancestors indeed, had a right to j:|I'
" That if the properly owned iy the to the said musters, have reported of using it for hunting to the promises of our govern land on this continent, and to oc. Lj

eaid church, hhn at any time exceed to the colonel or commandingofficer I ground, If they yielded to those ment. In conformity with tha cupy as much vacant soil as was : t.

!: twenty five thousand dollars of the regiment, to which inducements, the public faith is I sentiment, shortly after that treaty, necessary for their accommoda- ;M:;:':

:: in addition to the propeity at present such roll company of I the may belong a muster pledged to sustain them in that they passed laws constituting it a don ; but neither they nor any other 1t\:

, owned by sail church, :he same. course. Our government is bound, capital crime to propose any further men, had right to drive the 1'
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overplus shall enure [accrue] to further enacted, our national character plighted to alienation their'land. aboriginals from their possessions.
That the :'
the Territory. "' captains-and subalternsthus encourage them in the wise reso Under these circumstances Gov. This right: of accommodating 1:

:: Sec. ':. Be it further -acted, Governor elected, shall, if be approved forthwith by the lution they have taken, to become Troup became governor of Geor themselves, by occupying vacant .1(! .
That the iiK-ir.uers of the said commissioned civilized and the, and land in :
men to preserve gia, upon his instalment in a wilderness, must be so ;l' :
i" church sh.!!, on the first Monday by the Governor.Sec. remnant of their tribe under the the executive chair, he commenced exercised as not to interfere with

(. of A;>jn in every year, 'elect six That 6. Bff it further enacted, protection of this' republic. a crusade against the general, the rights of others. It is,founded J; 1
defaulters
. discreet persons from among the at the said muster, This pledge has been accepted, for the of a ;
c shall be fined five government purpose upon presumption, that the ,'f rlt !
[V members of the said church to act dollars, and it and on our part it only remains driving it into hostility with the Deity intended the,soil for | : 11''
shall be the of cathi'f' r
&I as wardens of the said church, duty the sheriffs of to fulfil it. In 1796 another treaty Indians. The indecorous temper vation,; but the Deity also |[ :
who shall be, und I hereby are llt.f .- the respective counties to proceed was concluded between the Uni and style of his note to the late the Indian to enjoy the soil after lrl

dared to be vested with all necessary 'I.' against all defaulters at the said ted States and the Creeks, and President of the U. S. and Secretary his manner ; and unnecessarily to i[ :

f powers to carry he purposes regimental muster in the manner they bargained: for blacksmiths of war, would be passed byas deprive him of his limited enjoyment It"
intended by this act fully into ef- provided (for by law in cases, and strikers to be furnished b) unworthy of observation, did I would not only be unjust, but ;
where fines shall have been II ; I!'I f, i
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fect. assess- the U. States ; thus plainly show they not evince the characterof cruel. Sucharc, the great and immutable f P'i!:
: Sec. 3. Br it further enacted, ed ,by a courf martial, and they ing their intention to accept the the person at the head of ,that principles- of morality and .I!, fL..f j
' That in case no election shall beheld shall be entitled to the same compensation. humane offer( civilization from unfortunate- State.- They--- prove ,natural jurisprudence.n -V-----I --- iI V 'I.'
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: from unavoidable causes at OUt. hands. With these obligations him h to be entirely ,regardless of If then, we could not, when unshackled !: \r"ii I1
the time appointed by this act, Thu'the Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, subsistingon 1; the part of the public opinion and public faith, by treaties, expel these : !
:, the charter of the said colonels of regiments U. States and show from .
corporation i an agreement was entered a necessity of energetic' people their possessions, ; '
: shall not on that account be for shall have power to organize into with Georgia in 1802, measures, on the part of the constitutional surely we cannot now, after defin VV t Ji:;(11 l'
VV feited, but it shall be the duty of board of officers thus elected 1 by which the U. S. agreed to extinguish &authorities to preseryerhe i ug-their boundaries acknowledg 1 3

the said church wardens to name I until! others shall have been commissioned -:i at their expense, for 'h? quiet,and the'clthterpf the ing and guarantying their right to
another day for holding the election : to hear and judge of; use of Georgia, the Indian title to country. ; this ,,1an4t Dco1lI1'gl.'g.-them' to
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. as near as convenient to the i the excuses, which delinquents all the lands within the limits of These steps, at that time, failed: quit: their,vagrant : one this act and may have to offer, and' upon the : 'the Slate "as the of cultivatorand I if; I :
: appointed by early: as same t'o produce expected ffcc. (. >hen we have !
: Which said election shall be as valid report of the said board of officers could be peaceably obtained on" reasonable The national authorities were, 'neither land in.abiiifdaBce' without, inter W j'

and legal, as if the same had the colonel shall have power to remit ttrm,.", The consideration to be ,bullied,.nor driven into, : fering with. them.! Should we cot, ,lil!! ; I

V been held at the time prescribed L all fines, which may have been I given by Georgia on her part, measures derogatory to the ,country .!by such an act ,of cold-blooded, '( a!11 t
incurred
by this act. by non-attendance upon I was the relinquishment of all and.ihe"_ Cieeks, resolutely refused i deliberate, ,unnecessary' perfidy, :" i:
Sec. 4. And be further enacted, said musters, ancl a certificate of claims to the vacant Territory in to part with another acre of ;justly incur the scon and indignation H 1 '
That the entitled "an such remission shall exempt the the included within aaid that bad. : ,of mankind .
act\ act to west, her I land.. They they I. .This question ;4
incorporate the Roman CatholicCongregation person in whose favor it shall be boundaries as :described in her sold all they could b'p'are, and that : is cot answered by.a._reference 7;; ;1 J f
of given from the payment thereof. charter the of what sufficient .to the 'articles of :I:
St. Augustine, proclamations 17.63, theyonly reserved was agreeraeat.bev'>> J'1,: ;
Approved July 2d 1823, be and the (Approved, January !*/, 1825.) and the commission to Gov. for their comfort and eubsia- meen.":|he U1ed5tathaandGeo V ;> '; :
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". LIne is hereby repealed. An act to provide for the compensation Wright; but which was claimed', tence- #
JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ, of the officers of the Legislative Council together with the western lands, In this state of tilings, as the to'parebase the Indian title; wbem ;1 ; t
President of within the boundaries of Massachusetts executive of threaten they :
the Legislative Council. Georgia were willing! to sell it, :aad
SAML. Pity, Clerk. Be it enacted by the Governorand Connecticut, New- to drive the Indians from their this was all they cotjld transfer to i'rid if t

(-fP ro1Jed December 30th 1824.JWM.P.DUVAL Legislative Councilvfthc Territory York, Virginia and North and ,possessions by force, it ,became Georgia* On tile other hfead,this j 1/:'

,of Florida, That the follow South Carolina as the Common .necessary to take into consideration right' was encumbered with BO ob* I

GoYcrnor of the Territory Florida, ingsums be allowed! to the officers property>> of the confederacywreat, the respective rights and bb 1i' t1 to .rrepect and gaa : lftiy. Ill"j!!;:I VV

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I J that title. The* Indians had itrc.t i man* Such-4. was. the condition \ h: 1)en to ferm a council' of the by him handed to the then 'President reason -it .is no inconvenience
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right, by treaty, to our,protection, of the" ,Creek tribes, when. ret -scntattechieftaini: amount- on the'2d of March, with hisd.wice ,me.to promote the advancement to

I and guaranty :and to our assist, Governor;,Troap, sought to drive into uutl40 or 50 and then to fl of course, for its ratification of those establishments for educa.

r ere nth great work of civilizing the government' of the United nt nuate' and' sign the' treaty. as i: was fair upon its face, tion ,which.are under the direction

!, themselves. They also had a States into a hostile attitude towards Hit;, treaty*| howeyer, bears none and ,accomplished an object which of your fine genius.
right of properly, by the law of them. Their title was of those marks of authenticity. It the United States felt desirous of Receive, the expression of

, nature, to the boil, modified, indeed perfected. by civilization, Their ii concluded at a distance, r from effecting, when it could be properly admiration, my respect, and n my.

: by our right to occupy such habits were those of agricultural- the nation, upon a short notice, done. The next day, having gratitude, for the prefer,:.v,

portions as they did not need ; but is's>and herdsmen, and' the mechanical and with' a chieftain, who is secured been approved of by the President, you have given to my native cou.u

I as to what was necessary for them, arts began to appear intheir a personal compensation uf it was sent to the Senate, and thus try, by establishing yourself therein .

their right was absolute, and not towns. The general government '5QOO by the treaty, and who is, committed io that body before I

to be aff cted by any claim of civilized in compliance with its agreement besides, made the agent for the the inauguration of Mr. Adams t'I: am your most affectionateand : _

man. This right: has beenso ,with Georgia, endea- atids transf rrcd. who received it after his accessionto attentive serv't, .

far changed by treaty as to',become I voured .pursuade the Indians to The very remarkable expressions the presidency frosn the senate Bolivar."

an absolute right, to what cede their land,or a portion of it, of the agents, in their letter for his signature that body having LATEST FROM',ENGLAND.

is within their prescribed limits, i and appropiations were made toth Gov. '1 roup, informing him of ratified it. Neff) York An.?, 23.-Th* ..h., ;_
subject' only to this condition, that effect that,object. The Creeks, e Qnclusibn of the treaty are It thus appears, that the managers liaise Hicks, Capt.- Macy,--arrjyjyesterday. -

if they conclude to part with their their acknowledged representatives sufficient: to {excite the strongest 'of this business transmitted By her we have advi.

land, it shall: besold to the,United ,' declared their determination doubts of thej fairness of their,con- he treaty from the, western part of 'ces from Liverpool the

States.' Until they do ,that, ,they I 'hot'to sell another acre. At d uct.-" VVej ire happy 'to inform : Georgia with*such despatch, av to ult. ,inclusive, androm London 20th

:. may use' it as hunters .or agricul the conference in (November last, you (thejr say) that we have just' prevent thoseIndians. ,whQ might the 18lh. to

turists., They may even divide it w iih'ColonelsCampbell and Mcri ,- I concluded a ':.treaty with what ioe be opposed to the sale of the lands, The Liverpool Cotton Market

among themselves, and become a ve her, the Creek chieftains declared call the natiQ ." From the expressions from being heard Washington continued dull. Our letter of(
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civilizecl people ; and this government that conformity: with our ot'the Georgians, in the correspondence before is ratification. It i is moreover 20th says, "The total sales the last

I wair,bound, before the agreement ; recommendations they had undertaken (with the general government asserted by Mr. Compere, three days,,viz.',on.the, 16th. lath
with Georgia, and is now I lo cultivate the soil, and to : wF. are warranted in the resident missionary in the and 19.th, amounted to only 2634,

I bound, to aid them in effecting || breed cattle ; that they had no concluding, that they did not require Creek nation, that the Creeks; confiding bags, wnd included of Americau

that desirable object. more land than was sufficient for nuch evidence of the authority in the benevolence and justice descriptions, 811 bale Uplands

Georgia, therefore, could 'not their purpose : and that, upon no of,those with rom they were, of our government were.per-, at'11 1-4 to 13 1-1,160 Orleans, 12,

acquire any right by its agreement consideration, would they part with negotitinnri.ftCi thry had discovered suaded that ,the government would, to 16d ;' 16 'Seu Island,,2s ; and 454Alabama's

: with the,U. Slates, except a right another acre. tllcir lilingness to cede their not, regard this us a treaty, because 10 1-2, to 13 1-4d.;'
S thus limited ; and she took it, sub These Georgia Commissioners, l lands. ': negutiating:: they are it: was not made with. the consent The, Horticulturul.society or

jectto all its accompanying obli- acting no doubt, with the advice
gations. knowledge, of the Governor, then it the wishes of Georgia ; but this be'the casey and there is ,New South, Wales:' a fine healthy

We should not have been thus proceeded to Washington where I I i if the arms of the United States, no reason to doubt it, a fraud .has hive of'native bees. They differ

. minute in enforcing principles, they arrived In' December, and represented which Heaven forbid should be been practised upon the-Indiahs. materially from the bees of Europe

which we had imagined to be the inclinations of the directed against the Creeks, then which it concerns the character of being infinitely smaller, and

axioms* in morals and jurisprudence Creeks to sell *o favourably, as to I another set of Indians will appear, the country to disclaim. 'like .the Mexican, wholly without
had knot the doctrines,' 'advanced procure a further appropriation. who will be the nation, so lung as (To be concluded our next.) stings." The honey which they

: by the l Governor and Congressional for that purpose, carefully suppressing it is to he an {,object of vengeance. -\ produce is said to be of excellent

' Delegation of Georgia, their declared resolutionnot That this party, by whom the FOREIGN. quality,.and is distinguished by a

been directly opposite to these to part with another acre. treaty has been ,sanctioned, forms -*- __; J 'peculiar fragrance ; it is one of
.4. plain and, what we must still consider This was the commencement of a but u small pert of the nation, appears From the National Intelligencer. the few products of that singular

t demonstrable, principles. system of fraud and misrepresentation -, from ;i ,message of Gov. Munificence of Bolivar. countrywhich serves as food for

,. .. The authorities of that State con- highly discreditable to aU Troup himse'f to the legislature from El Colombiano, of July the natives. -

,. tend, that upon the execution of concerned in it. G'enV m M'ln urging ihe inportance of taking 27.-We feel satisfied that very Sfiain.-The latest Madrid dates

the agreement of 1802, the fee simple tosh, a known and steady friend ol I measures to protect I those: Creeks Colombian, and more especially are of June 30. Letters from Sara-

of the Indian lands was vested I Georgia, was inclined to yield to I whom his ungovernable temper every Caraccauian, will participate gossa speak of several arrests incnnsequencf

in the State of Georgia, and that. the wishes of the State government,. and misconduct has placed upon I in those feelings of admiration of the discovery of a

the aboriginals after that time, He was the head chief of the Cow;;; unfriendly terms wth their coun and gratitude which have induced correspondence with the Liberalsof
only,occupied the soil by the sufferance tribe and the State authorities
Mr.
; etan ; t tr'men.V are informed by Lancaster to send us GiLrahan: Generals Laserna,
I: and at the mercy of the U- together with the corn missioners : -, that document that the hostile the following letter forpublication. Canterac, and Morotohad arrived

: nited States. determined 1'0. use him I i I Creeks have 4(000 warriors while It contains a princely donation in that capital. ,
'The position we have shown to and his partisans as tools to defraud ( from _
; t friendly party, which undertook His Excellency the Liberator ----v a 1.--
be indefensible. The fee simpleof the nation of its Territory. to act for the nation, does to Air.: Lancaster, conveyed .tprg W@lli&a

the Indian lands was not affected We are sensible of the gravity and I not exceed 503. in a style alike honorable to _

by the agreement of 1802. The importance of this charge, and I This is not! the only mark of the giver and the receiver. The SATVKDA- SEPTEMBER---' ir-, 13Z3-,--

: Creeks were not parties to that i hat it deeply affects the character -: fraud in this I transaction. It is i interest therein expressed by Gen. r ____

treaty. Hence, if the fee simple I of the State ; but we make it I asserted that ja letter of M'lntosh Bolivar, for the instruction of his: Incorporation of P nJacljla.-On tfih
belonged to them, it was not transferablc evidence which think subject it will be seen, on reference to
we fellow-citizens/ the
upon to the principal chief, containsthe young the Kesolutions of the Board of Aldermen '.
; -
; and if the United Slates conclusively establishes it, and uliure of the human intellect
following! passage : "If you in a subsequent column that they
owned it, they transferred it, sub with the hope that, by the prompt feel disposed J o sell your lands, I does him even more honor than have decided to accept the law passed by
::, ject to tht Indian title, and encumbered and energetic interference of the will make thejcormnissioners give his countless victories, and is, that the Legislative Council its last session;

b4 with all the obligations.. they national authorities, the national you (the chiefs) 82000 each, and which, after all, must give him his I at the thereof same time protesting against 58
:" much ; repealed the old law,and
had assumed.
t, character may be preserved untainted r..,;!j--dy shall: know it." Is it crcd- best claim to the title of" Liberator. thereby left our City without a charter.-
But,in truth, theUnittu Slates\ I and justice administered I Ito I iolc that M'lnlosh' should have ." We trust that His Excellen Our opinion on that subject has been_ here-

; j had no fee, and transferred none' the aboriginals., made this attempt to bribe the cy's noble sentiments 4 They agreed to extinguish the Indian In order to completely secure I"ppresentau of his behalf of the Lancasterian 'system been best to pay no attention ,to the act
,
-e5 country ,
title within the State of Georgia ,of 1824, and to have proceeded under the
! i M'lntosh ,
influence
the he will be
was without the knjowle'clge and not lost ,on the country; .
approbation acts of 1822 and 1823. This we conceive
"when it could be peaceablyp appointed agent for the lands ot the commissioners( ? !}o bu: will animate every section might have been done without disrespect
ILt obtained upon reasona le terms which. were to be transferred ; and not the confident and familiar thereof, to similar zeal in favor of to the Legislative Council-for whatever

Ii. By this cautious limitation of the by seperate' or additiunal articleto I terms of ihfi: letter, net only imply the existinggeneration, and the wa6 the intention of that honorable body,

;& agreement, the United States manifested this 'treaty, it was stipulaed togive I their knowled of this! offer, but best hopes Colombia, it is evident to aU that the act of 1821 did
their for the aboriginal repeal those of 1823 and 3, thereby leavingan
g
respect 25000 dollars for of "LIMA
a piece also M'Intosh1s familiarity with MAlien 16, 1825. in
interregnum our City Government
, title, and for the obligationu l land belonging to him, called the ** To Mr. Lancaster ;
their manner of I negotiating ? Is, and being so defective hat we are compelled -
imposed by former treaties ; and 1 Indian Spring reservation; a price, not this conclusion rendered irresistible -. "Mv DEAR SIR-I have had! to declare a part inoperatlve\vhy

;ik Georgia only acquired right to which, to say the least, \Vas'ea'y. by.an1: inspection of the the horor to receive your very: &hon1dve not reject the whole until so
the land when that title extinguished amended that could it
without
was liberaL A summons was then issued we accept
I treaty itself : By the second article flattering later from Baltimore
with the consent of, the ( : injury ourselves 1re never doubtedthe
to the Creeks calling a meeting it is agreed, that the United the answer to which was directedto : intention oftfye Legislative Councilon
Indians the of the
government at these very Springs, l\l'In- States shall l pay: to the Creeks the United States of America the subject, but where it clashes with
PA State well knowing, at Ihe" time of tosh not, daring to trust himself in S400 ,000, of which 2OOOOO are by a ciruitousroute-whicli would tltd letter of the law, the latter must be

making the agreement: that the United the, midst of the lation, as he to be paid immediately : awl.by a considerably delay your receipt I. our guide, and we are very uncertain
States bound to civilize whether the
were knew himself be acceptance of a part does
answerable, to article it is it. I have now the
suosequent stipulated, greatest pleasure ,
the Indians, and to attach not'render the whole binding on us. ,Be
E ;! them to the soil as farmers and as the lawJ making it a capital offence u at the particular request of the in learning by your favor from that as it may, however, we trust that no
JV 4. herdsmen and that to prjopose a fuither alienation of parties of the 'second fiart. -(%iz. Caraccas the determination you injury will accrue from the course takes
as a necessary
lands. M'lntosh *nd his partizans) that. have formed of residing amongst by our Board of Aldermen. ; we believe
consequence, a portion of their This law was proposed at Broken the payment and: disbursement of us, with the laudable object of that they have'been actuated by the most
land would be
always retained by pure intentions and the best of motives,
Arrow Jabkson'stieaty
shol'tly.aftcr
the S2/0,000 shall be made by the disseminating, and bringing to
them. The right of occupancy, in M'lntosl/ and.ye trust that! the election wilI'sh9wthe
1824 by .him
i to which Georgia would restrictthe commisaionera negotiating this periection, the'Lancastcrian system ; members that they have satisfied their
4 Creek title and still farther, self, and formally re-enacted at a treaty." Why is not this sum education, which has done, constituents. The proceedings of our
:i narrow it it meeting of the Creeks at Polecat: distributed in the usual manner, in and will continue to do, essential Hoard have been those dictated bra wish:

might at by making time temporary Spring in, 1824, in order to put a, which monies, payable by the United 'servicp in promoting the cultivation for the. good of the City and :at the same
any even before the time, a delicacy with regard to tlJCJ own
those treaties, have been changedby stop to negotiations conct"rning'tb States, are distributed ? Why of the human intellect ; awonderful situation while they could not declare
h.
-- .. the civilization of the Indians lands. As the Indian' was it necessary to stipulate thai I work, which we owe to the Act of 1824 fully effective,and thereby -
\ SpHngs'were: at a distance, from L those identical the make their since
into a complete right of property. commissioners singular genius of the man illegal all proceedings
These people are said to have the majority of the tribes, and as should distribute this first '&.largest who has had the goodness :- January )last, they decline entirely to reject -.
only
-
; : ;. this right, instead of the rightof a the few notice days to before attend Ihe time s given ofmec-but L instalment; ? Is it because vole himself to the instruction o"I of it &in in office that until manner January to continue next.their"selves Let

: : property which other nations few these Creeks consented to a'ss'umc my young ellow-citizens 1 us respect their motives, and, as far as we
ing, only a of thj chieftains
L have :to the soil I. because they characters: not belonging to them, You ,seem to think assistance can, do for themwbat they will not do for
t were wandering tribes, and, did met the commissioner and of for the purposes'of fraud_ and that necessary to the realization of your themselves.In ,
r not occupy it as a setled and stationary these, only two signed tLc treatyone they sought obtain the wages of beneficent intentions ; I therefore I the remarks we have heretofore
: -
of whom it is, asserted by 'oneof made on this subject, we have had no party -
corruption from those hasten ::o offer thousanddallal's '
'
't pt'oplc., They bestowedno the U. S. is by whom you twenty or individual feelings to gratify t we
U I a\f)ut. upon it ;, and when they chief agents, not a head they had been corrupted: ? The to be employed in advancing : have been actuated by a sincere wish".for.
) left their hunting groubd, it was or representative of any Indian commissioners, ;were to, distribute the education of the children the welfare of the city-the question IS

. ; with no determinate intention of 'town.- The other chiefs, This mouey,. because they J knew of:, Caraccas. Those twenty thousand decided against our opinion, and we sub-

t returning. ,In such a situation, I four in number, upon being informed which of the nalionv: were best entitled dollars will ,be paid to you mit.
'
. : their claim to the soil was liableto that the object of the meeting to receive it, L,',e.. w.hich had in London, by the Agents of Peru, t .
was to their Georgia and the Creek* We have occupicd
be affected by the claim which. purchase their land, been most subservient; t\0.thc,.\fi5hs ,- on whom" you may draw for this great of tv'dal
our
refused to part
give paper
civilized nations might set up -to left the council. consent, and I of Georgia,,and h'qg? !; cen most sum in three or four months. The ,with a review of.this subject from a New
, land that they did not use. The instrumental in making this fraudulent said Agents have orders to pay YorkJMagazine; and we'recommend,it"'to

I But if the aboriginals had continued negotiation, however, wa treaty. In plain, irfith, this the amount tl) whoever you may the attention of our readers. It is a sub-
commenced the
. by commissIoners, direct ject in which all are deeply concerned;
200OOOVas to be distributed only to receive it. In case i it
the work of
civilizati9njf with M'lntosh and his it will, we much of the
party, anda I presume occupy
'. they had built villages for their treaty was concluded, by whichall among the Mflntosh pa.'ty';, and should not be your wish to employ time of Congress at its approaching session

: permanent residence, and planted the Creek lands in the State ol r ibis partial distribution: or bribery the entire sum in London, you and we think, the writer of this article
fields, and in' fact, shown their desire ceded of a portion of the ,Creeks at the may easily cause the remainder treats it irt an able manner, Sc shows
Georgia were to the Unite
and, I expense of the nation. is, openlyand of it to be transmitted to Caraccas. that his attention Jiasbeen; much engagedin
. capability to become a States. This* treaty was signet investigating the of the: con
unblushingly defended by Coy I have, further to add that I progress
civilized & stationary people 'We M'lntosh the .and the relative -
ir by and one other chief, Troup in his of will with troversy trom beginning,
right to the land which they-oc- the other Indian signers not being June message the'Sd of pleasure advance you a situation of the General Government -
cupied:would be absolute: right, "hiefs'nor of 1825. larger sum, with the like view, Georgia and the Creeks.
representatives towns, In order, however to should think that it ,
not liable to be1 defeated preventany you can be
claim of civilized man founded by any: ,the and having,no legal right to sign examination these disgraceful : usefully employed., To enable me Jin Jlct Concerning Slaves.->The obvi

1' their original h'a- treaty on behalf the Creeks, transactions by the uationalgovernml"ra. : to comply witfi this offer, be ous and grossly unjust tendency ofa part
upon vagrant which they did at the instigation this i of this law, indu.cesf to take our pen to
ii bits. Civilized Indians have ;I he M'lntosh. It is a treaty was sent pleased to communicate to me make some observations on it, but in so-
i strong to
tt same right to ,appropriate vacant argument Washington with the greatest your opinion in such terms as you doing we do not intend to go into minute -
against its that with '
validity ,
L lands, that: civilized despatch, and on the nineteenth may think fit. criticism.
Ii But when this Europeanshfeve. is the exception of M'lntosh an IEtomme day after it had been concluded in u The Government of Peru has The fir.t eight sections we think, epfr
: right Tustunnuggee, none orthe'CreekChleftiaQs the western wilderness of tain very salutary provisions, and we J'3
Georgia been
Iif. strengthened immemorial occupancy to me most in is bw"
with whom it generous a to see them rigidly enforced it ,
was laid before the
w and acknowledged and the Creek treaties have been United, senate,of thc thousand ways, and has moreover ever, too much to be regretted tbat.t105Cof
it:' guarantied by this nation, it becomes :concluded usually State.at. Washington, thevery'Iast placed my disposal,a million of our penal laws which if attended,_to, .
to have
: appear day of its session. beneficial coramuiW''
be the
would to
1 a' title against which it dollars, for the service of the Co
signed' sanctioned this all -
treaty.so 'q The Was concluded are often totally neglected, it'at
treaty
would bean insult on lombians. Public
p to 'our reason education will e
vitally important to their wel the 12th of ticed, very inefficiently applied.,
fit torttrge the.'doubtful'ca! 1n of civil. ,fare. The custom of that nation February last, and was receive my first attention in the third section particularly is entirely.diS*
transmitted Mr. Calhoun, and I distribution of this tram. For this regarded-it provides tbat- any pasoF
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; .."ho shall on Sunday employ a slave inEOV --- Island 4 somewhat hte. Jut Li ut. '\liUry cells, dark'as night, without a voice ]BOARD OF ALDERMEN

r labor (except inch a* is of,absolute CMiUJV'liY.I TION'. I Com'dg. bad covered from a \j jto cheer them, these unfortunate. boys .

necessity,or of necessary family I occasion) severe attkck of.the Tejsr, and had left i now lie. In one,corner is their hard andI OF nK '

II .sbftll on conviction be fined in a sum For tfte Pensacola Gazette. I IUR. the place he was succeeded in the com- I comfortless bed, no sound breaks upon City of Pensacola. .
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I l lI .. not eTceechng one hundred dollars,,at the EDITOU-Having been informed 1 mueJ of the Island by Lieut.Paine of the their benumbed ears and chilled faculties, I ISittingvfthel3thumber,1825.. t tI

r. discretion; of the Court." This we presume that Col.! William Harnett has considered U. S. 8ch Ferret.-South..Patriot, save the grating of-the ponderous bolts, njHEUEAS it is tbe opinion of this -

.'. is not enforced from the (we think that it was my intention to injure his feelings I I .. 4.1 o 4 when they are, withdrawn to admit the j 1 1Wr Board, that the charter granted toi .

incorrect) idea of our public officers, that individually, by a paragraph contained I Ctmoiu\Demand.\ -The Chilicothe Sup. mute and surly gaoler, trho places the i the City of Pensacola,' by an act pawed

they are not bound to notice the infringe. in my article, dated 4th July last, !i porter,'presents us with one novelty. A I: coarse meal of bread and water on the 23d August 1822, and the amendments

'\. ment of law,unless some individual takes and published in your paper ofthe 23d of man, by the name of Gabriel Crane, pretending stone table, and retires in silence. No thereto made in the session of the Legis-
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,1'I upon himselithe odious character of an the same month ; I do not hesitate a moment -I to! supernatural revelation, has grateful voice of parents or relations is lative Council of 18-23,guaranty unto this

I informer. in saying: that I hid not the most I t written tothe| editor of that paper demanding heard ; those voices which called them to I City andjts inhabitants,certain privileges
tenth and eleventh !l'rctiolis are remote idea of i injuring the of that I their meals warned them I
The feelings from him, and declaring that he to their beds 'and, immunities, for the term of eight
4 those which appear to us obviously wn- Gentleman, or any other person whatever.In received I high authority* so to do, the attended them in'sickness, and wasjocund !years,"from the date of said charter/and:

just, in assigning tothe ignorant shves speaking of Georgia, during that sum of three hundred &fifty dollars. The and free with them in Health; ,The sound that without sdm act overstepping the
which should be inflict- period which tried men's souls '* I editor of cannon, the spirit-stirring drum the t
the punishments say putsjona grave face at his demand limits of the power assigned to said.corporation -
"+A: nn' their masters. The Legislators she was the seat ,of disorder, a mere and asserts the low state of his funds. shouts offreemen, the joyful mus'upf of the.City.of Pensacola, the said

,;'/ must; have forgotten that the pc'ormisc'ra.ble I frontier settlement and a rendezvous forj.. ''o.:: ... band heard on our national anniversary," City and its inhabitants cahnot legally be
who are held in servitude, I traitor and villain in the I, reacb not their
beings probably eveiy country, The Kentucky Gazette mentions, that prison. deprivea of any such privileges and im'
not as learned in the law as this I could that those : There sit coiled in corner
are iiy not mean patri- the eveninqj of the close of the election they up a munities. THEREFORE,
themselves-how, we should.like to be oU who spilt their blood in fighting the four orfivejhundred persons friends of shivering with damps and apprehension, Resolved by the Board of JUdermen JIM .

informed, is a slave to know, that a writ- battles of thcii CDuntry, during the Revolutionary -j! Mr 'Wicklifu.', went to his house to par- I shut out from the world, d 'knessdreari-1 City of Pensacola, That so mucb of the I

'*n pass is necessary before he can law- War, were traitors and villains take of refreisIiment'J provided for the oc- ness and sickness of heart surrounding act of the.Legislative Council of ibis Territory .

fully jro at large, firei'.uint, keep a horse, and Col. Uarnct (whose feelings I should ;j casion. Some per? )n previously to the i and affec ting them. This is not a highly passed on the December, 1824,

a bout or canoe ; 01 that to keep fire-arms, much: regret being in any way instrumental assembling of the company, had been I colored pi cture; it is, unfortunately. a entitled ** an act to incorporate the Cityof

\ ammunition or any offensive weapon, a i I in injuring) would do himselfand the Iotlil' mischievousjenoughor wicked enough to. I true sketch. Let it warn our youth to Pensacola and. improve: the public

rpecial licen *f must be had and nnivt he ;' Georgian; worthies, who are well convey, a large quantity of Tartar Emetic b'etoare of bad c company.-to shun bad roaasin the neighborhood thereof as repeals

'. received weekly ? In every one ot'lhcseosef known and whose conduct has been high- i into the liquor which had been prepared habits.-,to keep themselves out of broils the charter of 1822 is necessity .

we think the master of the slave I appreciated, much injustice by putting for tha company. The emetic did its and mischief.-to be industrious and economical inoperative as regards this Corporation,

hould be punished by tine. Every free ch a cci; lruc ion, on my article. Ilavitig I duly on all \vbo rartook of the liquor, and calculate upon the arrival of until it shall be duly accepted by the citizens -

tfian may be supposed to know the law- i :tai.lthus much negatively I repccting-J and who didjnpt? the consequences were, that time, when they are to.take a place I : or by an'act ;of this Board, and in

:nd even then ?ome will suiler from igno- tile sentence quoted, 1 will proceed to that the house* ani out houses ; the Barn among their fellowlcitizena, and earn for pursuance of this\ opinion, as also of a well
( J.tT1C'e-but the maxim igiioranlia legis weninem explain it aHirinatively. I themselves reputation and Darn yard, tic Highways and the grounded belief, ]t was Dot the intention
1 tjccusal, is carried to rather an unreasonable 1 did i nieuu tlut those tories, who, during I Byways, exh bited'pictures for the pen of the legislative Council to repeal .

extent when applied to those a purl of the Kc\olutionary, cil ofllogart or the pen of Swift, No Slave Trade.-This horrible traffic in, said Charter"before the 3d day of '

vfiom it i is our policy to keep in i ignorance drove from tie State of Georgia those in- person is likely to l he materially injured. human flesh, so disgraceful to humanity, October next, this::Board has gone on

flf.11 -I\v% lest they should know habitants who were patriots, were traitors ..* Dr'- and so revolting to the best feelings ot to perform the duties they have; conceived l

I II I 'heir wrongs. We are opinion that the and villains, for whom Georgia was a From I' Ue, NationalJournal.It the heart, we regret to .find is still carried imposed upon them, and anxious to

eleventh section should be entirely nl er- ; rciukzvo'is, and having been bo during is T notban it on with activity. A letter from Havana, promote harmony and to acquiesce in the

ej-e\ery master should be absolutely I the lime which tried m n's SJuls," and was when no more I published my furpose the article which : under date of June 28th, to the Editor of acts of the Legislative Council, as far as I

prohibited 1 from allowing ar is or ammunition not having at *hat: time "from her inability, called foith the piece in of the New York Advocate says : they legally maydo, further
to his slave, in case or under and the opposition to the war, your paper yesterday "
any The
great signed Thomas nan-.all, to enter insurrection at Matanzas is- put Resolve, That in pursuance ofan act of i
ny pretence whatever, under a very severe .e stood by her anus" she ought! to be into explauat ons. My conduct and : down for the present. How horrible'is the Legislative Council of the Territory

penaUy- Keep offensive weapon more modest than to take so nigh a standin character! have both beer. thoroughly my investigated it, as well as to.policy as to! humanity, to Florida, passed oa the 22d day of December i
from them and they cannot do injuty ; but any political question, as to assume:: atlll'catcuillg' I two Ccurts of see the slave trade carried on between 1824, incorporating the City of I
before Enquiryand
the '-avesin! servitude, in sOInt" ca- attitude towards the General this isla/.d
c. keep one Cour( Martial, within the last seven and Africa. The French brig Pensacola,this Board now proceed to the
,and put into thrir hands Government of the United States. 1 was
-es oppressive Cyrus, 13-1- tons landed of three
between three appointment Commissioners to
I months, Which has resulted! in a full ,
i.e weapons of revenue, and what ought tonis-hed to hear that.a construction 0i and four hundred slaves from hold an election for nine
v iy moral ofiVncc and, Africa in Aldermen, on ;i
acquittal of'err a
to expect ? Let each ore ask him- i iher than the above, was put on my article this
\v-e ( few the first
a
colony She of
from for : days ago. is novt Monday (3d) October next.
months. It
suspension s.x
duty
1 tell. They may be in too ignorant a state uml trust that this explanation will I in hers lf her And '
is therefore needless for me to defend port reporting on arrival in :proceeding, the said appoint.
-tl' know their rights and to take \'ei eanCe lu sattStact .'::. accusation myself ballast. ; ,she came to a house of which a men!by ballot, MeurS.T. TwitchellJ Hy. <
lit they are cruelly treated ; but sure Cato.JJultinwc against any ,from'any quar citizen of the United Wilson and
re I touching occurrence of an official S.ates is a partner! h F. Moreno, were elected. .
ly tlenh: camiot know., the iawa -- any What a comment upon republican: creed! F. H.
-7- -_4.. rrcrrr.D: c-i> 7JJ1UJ nature, duringthe! period included within Nisbet.
v ..1i:4 usl 22.-.-The accountpublished the time of my taking command of the A person, once-U. S. Consul at Matanzas, President of the Board of Aldermen.
On the 4th of July last, the anniversary was well known have been recently engaged .
[ on Thursday last-of! the enter- West India squadron, and that ofthe sen Approved, \\
of American Independence was cclcbrnttd and deephin.the African slave
vnnrent'ivcn: ; :\t Lce..burg to (cneral tence of the Court; and the more panicularlv ..... John Jerrison
at Tallahassee the Capital (:1' Honda, trade !
Laflf.'He.; the President, au.l the LPrcMLflZOC I .. as I have been officially informedby ,
in :appropriate manner. \Ve select' the the Secretary of. the Nav that the ,. Mauor. I
sxleiit -
gives practical: cxlubi! -J S S -
follow*; from JflOIIgtllC toasts drank on whole of have From the National Gazette.A Attest, s i
t;nn of the genius and temper of our government. the proceedings my case
the occasion. I/ifayette was invited to th.* been ordered by the Executive to be pub. child: in Upper Canada,.bitby a mad N. S. Parmantier, .S. .

Set Toasts. OlIItl'und r the administration? : of one lished withou delay wherein a full ac- dog, and exhibiting the usual appearancein Secretary.

t 1. The day we celebrate-when we m:u'. .and during his al administration he re- count of my official conduct during the a- subliiigual glands, has been perfectly .
it to CMvesthe hos hove will$ be found which when restored by the careful and, repeated .- --
; cease to cCe )rate may we cease ex largest share or Aaierican period ; 1)1)S
ist. I pb1i1y..hut! before he quits the country, presented to the world, \vill be all the application'of lancet and, caustic to Boston ,Bard. .

:?. The Union of the Slates-mav it I, th.s iun is reduced to the rank of a pri- gratification I shall: e'er'i h as a rewardfor the pimples and, tumonrs beneath the '_ S

bttn'tllcn by : 1e. 1\ate citizen-..!he quits the presidential my services, and loig sufferings. To tongue. These tumours. made their ap PROPOSALS ii

;). 'The menioiy Washington. tn.ii': oK".aiioiiicr! luaii is elected to thc' the! opinion of :the Court of Enquiry on pearance the evening of the,tenth day, ,I I .

4. The President of the United States. dhlce, und Jicre they are guests at the the money-carrying charge, 1 confidentlylook after the bite, and wereimmediately discharged FOR PUBLISHING: BY 'sU.JS :RIPTIOl,

f 5. Florida} -destined! to be a hr gut star ,I "atilt' tu!>!c: with the : \lCJn'sju st, enL for an ample vindication, my con- by the lancet The same process -' j jI'

in the American hallll l'. I ItJ. !L.iO; ) ug: the hu.tjiitahty of Leesburg, one duct in the direction of the forces employed on every re-apl>earaiice* of the tumors THE LIFE OF< THE r

The J.xt-cutive and Judicial departments i I seatvd: l on the l'lnht, han I of l.a ayette and for the suppression of piracy, and to produced a cure of this alarming l1ON' iMb."

of the Temioiy of( Florida.' I the other: on 1 his IC.."t. Can Kuropeangovernments I i that opinion refer the public for an answer disease in.about a .week. 'Is; S

S 7. T.hc Army & Navy.otttie U. States. I amidst all their pride and to the charges of Messrs. Randall and \VltB'-4, POJLTiliT BY Dva.um.

I \':. '1 'nr jsu'.nots of (.retce, nobly strugslii' spler.dsr, ttnv.ish; a spectacle to rival 1 the I Mountain repeat I that I abide the issue. From the Portsmouth Jonrnal.Family ,. U

I : '"" for Independence-may their etions'be moral 1 sublimity of trits--i moral spectaclethat ." ,'arIY-A few days since a venerable ., In youth, I.saw th '.rugg&l road S
: I C1'O'ned with: success. would be ( tl'e A passing word for Mr. Coxe. In replyto .
ifg.raded by presence I citizen of this town,'aged 84, collected Myfeet were doomed to tread ; 'I F
9.. Tht Kepubhcs of the South, our of sfar.s diamonds sceptres, coronets and.. his pamphlet, wherein he attempts to his family about him, and upon taking And sane, I took misfortune's lead, .

YounjreiJ stc2s-IIay they prove orna. crow s. redeem his public pledge, I refer the reader the. census," the whole number of And bared Heaven my head.
flIts; to the fl..uly.: .I Air. Monroe is now an American farmer tu the sentence of the Court Martial his immediate descendants present was thi

J". Agriculture, Commerce and Manu- : and it. j is only to be regretted that the recently published ; and for a knowledge found to be forty ; .twelve others were

1:4i1ii,5. three otiu-r American farmers: John A- of the "error*" and "inaccuracies": whichMr. absent, and twenty-three have died ; making To ttxe IhrtAie.,
J1 May: the United States*!>ccnme more d&ius Thomas Jelictson J andjumes Madison Coxe has attempted; to point out, I refer the sum total seventy-five children- frequent of 1l tj
iebrMril for their Jove of literature, weiv not )present at this celebration% him to the record of the Court when it THE requests friends and
grand'children i and great-grand children- anxiety
than the bpartansvre tor the arts of war. all our Pre:>Il1'lts: \Vashinglon would! shall issue from tjie press, where it now is, expressed by.th public
The old gentleman possesses the activityofyounger.years generally, to become better
12. The C.tuens of T.ub.hasscc-col. have then honored the occasion, and we in Davis and Force's printing office. acquainted
and bids fair to with the history of the "
Boston
1 1. cti-d this Jf America from his would ha\e allusion to what to be editorial spend Bard
in ji.rdcn spot ( rust spirit presided at the I Ien In purports .
many days with his large family. has, fct; length, induced him
':'riOtIS paits 0: cur u.tppy country-mayharmony tcrlal: nrnent.--.lmcrzcun. remarks the Journal of this morning to'attempt;
-------IF- w--. the publication of his life
'' together with
smile their deli I have that 1 have been
andxpcrice upon cr :i I':- only }o say. number of
tLratiasnnd fra'ernal love be the cc- U'ashin'fton August 22.Ve understand tried :mdjmgcdby my peers, and I bow Charleston, S. C. August 17.Another his poems, which axe neces-
sarily attached to ttie
inent: of their Union. tlr.it the: lit. lion. Charles Richard with deference to!, their decision. I have distinguished HERO of the Revolution narrative.' Misconception -
of character 1:1
l J3. The Lad.es America, they endeavored throughout trials to defend most firm and enlighten ed Statesman, a unmerited censure
may
li eseutcd my
V'au;; inws );: to the President loss of health and the
I PATRIOT and without great uncertainty I
never concert by a Tyrant or gn c birth I of i ihe United states, by Mr. Daniel my honor ;as became a ma-i! and 1 beyond suspicion of life at time have
toy each had due
his life a thE
to a 1'1)\l '('. Hrent; >f the Department of Slate, on Sa- trust that I can bear my punishment with reproach-the model, throughout influence in hastening his'det rmination.
Volunteers. out repining. No one has heard me whether public or private of a puie and P
tuitlay lust. Vaughan, after delivering! yet And, if" variety'. the of life '
wise pice ,
virtuous citizen and istrate-the very (
t *'': tlic I'rcsider.t!'; haimu.'i H. OvertnnI'lftrida the kt1\.TOf Kecall or his predecessor, the murmur at my sentence and until they mag the readers of"this work will find .their .
: associate! of the ancestors of our liberty,
do for either
no apology -
H: Ifoti titratlord appears necessary
\ Canning, presented mental :
: : she become as distinguish .
may of all repast'sufficiently .seasoned to
the and ;
the Court the I do bright mmortal example
Ins own credentials, as Em'o.1traurdi or prosecution.:
fur the wisdom of her Councils -
(-.1 and please even the.palate fan -
their
doubt that has i ingenuous youth who would identify epicure
not strict ;
I t Vospority ot her Citizens, as is herM n.iry a'i\l Alim>ter 1'Jenip tentlarr ot express a justice and The sorrows and misfortunes ofhimself'and J
Great Britain in Tie United States and been dispensed to me, and i know not names with their country'shonor
M> loi the vuiety and fragrance of her COTESWOHTHTiNCKNEY those of'his father's: house, began in I
ft()tvers.It VhS received<<1 in that character by the what causes induce you to believe thatdoubts happness, CHARLES the childhood of the author these calam-
the Vice President Isham G. Scarc President lie aUo delivered his rest on the minds of others as the is no more Our feelings ities and ; -
) soyeanswcr this event 'restrain us ,from griefs, therefore, are not of late
-Florida-the regii's to the Pres'ulcnt's Letter article alluded to would seem to imply. melancholy ,
of her
soil
and ther
: fertility !: begetting; must have been a cause
further. Courier.
: tie luxuriance of her productioiis, promise of Itecall ot Mr. Kusli:: IJ our late Minister in D. Porter. speaking._ foreign to himself; ,that cause shall be i .
:
peace, plenty and luppmebs to _all that Grrat Hritnin. Meridian Hill, August 20, 1825. made known with a due regard to the f ;

\Vltl COIliC. S Mr. Vaughan we learn, was accompanied -- feelings of the living. Except my 'mo- :
Hy the lIon. Judge Crane-The 4th of by .Mr. Addington& late Charge el'Af ther, sister and brothers, I stand indebted : t
.'ul y 76-May the Sun of Glory that uslirifd tau-cs of (rat Britain in tl.e United Philadelphia, .q "ld 19.-A letter from SHIP to no living re1ativ,for any favor -whatever '

in that auspicious day,ne\er pass its States. lie was accompanied also b.. Turk Island of the 2d states that a dread. : If lhe'clouds"which'velled the mornIng t..
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Zenith, but increase in Capt. Sturl of H. 1J. M and Tul gale was experienced there on the
splendor until' its snip Ph ret on, sun af life,have been broken and dispersed \
jcnia) influence is felt in the bosom of eAciy Mr. lyle, uttathed to the British legation 7th tilt which was very destructive to lB Y; if under I. !
hota houses, and the salt works and had ; a self-given appellation, i
inhabitant of the earth. of \horn v ere introduced)' ; putan I have merited I
l>y \lr. Mitciicl-Tutlaliahsec-mav the I ninito the l're.'IJcllt.-.,\'lt. JOl:1wl. end! to any further expectations of salt ta:.- S.- any encomiums and if for my poetical i t !
.' thisyear. Half of he productions ; those produc- J
It quantity hand
and on
> t-lue liappincbs of us inhabitants epiul ,
Port of: Pensacola. tions have a tendency to instruct
amuse,
( the 'Jcauof its sItuation and the _l"gu 27.-_-.\: St. Thomas: ofA1gIIt.I was destruyed.adozt Gazette.From .
paper the
or enlighten
thfe
kindness
____ understanding,
of ils oil.liy -
tclliiity: received at the Philadelphia 5
of kindred has not ifrany manner, nor .1
; h. ii. Hyde-Florida, rich in natu Coffee House, says: that the late storm raged JV'oaA'j .ational JJdvocate.Solitary CLEARED.Sept. at any time, been productive of these e- ..

,.t rtslurcen..y: she augment her mo.lul with terrible fury, at bt. Kitts, fat.Martins Coiinemr.t.'l'lc lad* lately 13.--Schr. Caravan, Boyd, Baha- vents. If I have-been, hungered, the 4 t

. I btreiigth by the cultivation, of learn- Dominica: and Martinique ; but convicted of manslaughter: have in conformity ma Keys-.ballast. bread'of the stranger has .strengthened It

in};, the )juti'u'iage of talents: and the a- that of all the islands, Guadalotipe suffered with their seutence ; been: each. ARRIVED. me ; if weary, on his cou h have I reposed (

4 ilyption! of a policy ut once liberal and en- moat severely. At Kassaterre, five : placed in the cells of the state prison. Sept. 16U. S. Transport 'Schr. Florida slumbered and refreshed ; to the t

3 l. )iUencd. hundred! houses and most of the public I These cells are dark stone rooms scarcely Baker, 45 hours from Tampa Bay, stranger, therefore, ;am I indebted, and I I

I Hy UIIIT II. J/uval-Uolhar' the Washiiuton buildings were destroyed, and one hundred : I ten feet in length.and six in breadth ; i --_- tender him that which I'owe, no one else, j
*, of the :'uuth.t and fifty dead bo"die dug uut from I cold, dreary and dismal. Though confinement 5- S gratitude. The heat of the day has been -;

r lly Hector McNeill-Johtf! Quincy A- under the ruins.A : at hard labourin the'state prison le. .iea\ CollegeOF borne alone, having always been 'as unwilling ti, )

s
t;: Lice Lcomdas.I'y states, '. we have just learned that a 11 the. ofF yet still there is'a gleam of bore aid a was certain, as I ani now solicitous of exclusively 1i F

)1 r. Jeroleman! -The world's friend, vciscJi! at Porto Rico have been driven a- ray of comfort. T\.: convict labou- SOUTH CAROLINA. enjoyi g'that credit for my poems

l Lu layette.Jly shore." with his fellow conrict ; exercise gives Lectures of this Institution will be wJ candid men may think properto .

: : lr. Wyche-Wm. 11. Crawford, him health and appetite ; he sees the THE on the second Monday of bestow. ;
dignified in retirement.Hy he takes and j i
face of his meals
: sleeps
/luglld 2G.1T.cd at our Navy Yardon man ; I November next follows h .
; as :
t t : Boston Bard( I
jf A. W. Crew The inhabitants he :
*- of Sunday: last, the United S. sloop with his unfortunate''companions! en- On Anatomy By John Edwards Holbrook Ii
.0 ., Tallahassee, may they never regret their Florida,, Capt. Kearny, from a surveying joys the light of day'\; the rays of the rising M. D. Mount Pleasant JVt,,J" March, 1825 1)
Chosen scat. and setting sun1 the breeze of summer .5 The work willcpntaih abou'twq hundred -
expedition oil St. Mary's. Charleston ; Surgery-James Ramsay, M. I). ,
S 0 H)' Mr. lia&kins-Hunker's Hill-may Haibur, &.c. Otttcers on board Lieut- and the bracing!air of winter. There Institutes and Practice o/-JJ eclicine.-S.- pages, duodecimo, printed rou fine I

the monument now erecting, tell to the ttherburnc, principal surveyor, Lieuts. is still! cbmfort in calamity,but alas, what Henry Dickson, M. I). paper with a fair and neattypeand: offered .
latest
r posterity that Americans dared to and } situation can be mor wretched than con- to subsciibers one' dollar cash on
b 1Ieforhiberiy. flute and Mitchell. The Florida has finement in the solitary cells of a prisun. D .. ., v delivery. .4.- ,
rd 1 Hy Mr. Sheriff Cameron-The* reception been, employed about six months on tins ,Man was made for society ; he is wretched Obstetric and'Diealu 07 Women" and fnantlThomas"G."Pri 'There will not be a greater number rof .

Lafayette in the United States, a1.1ridid arduous duty.Giizette.. without it, and the fate of these youths l au, M. 'D. copies printed than what, are. subscribed h

ne ) example to the,whole world, ... should make a deep impression upon our Chemiatry'and Pharmacy-Edmund Ra- lor.,.: ; ; .. ..
that .
en- %Republics Mr. are not ungrateful. August 27.-7 he ll POJ ..-:.We publish apprentices generally\ and admonish venel, M. 1>. '" 4'r'C' Subscription? papers may be re. 4
Uussell The of WiltkW them to avoid vice and
the memory to-day the ample Kepoit of the Court of ; intemperance, Natural BUtory and Botan-Stepien.: tdrned by mail, in,.an ,envelope, to the 11 B
British and
Consul of
who redeemed Magadore Inqtury, respecting the conduct of Coin accustom themselves to industry, Elliott: L.L. D. P stMasterat Mount Pleasant N.Y. and I Ii

Captivity.Uy American captives from moilure Porter: in the alleged employ. sobriety and civility. S. Henry:Dickson. M. D'. *' it is desirable that the fist of the patrons
Contrast the and situationof
past
.
present
merit of the West:: India squadron, in the ah'ou1dbe'oiw: %s.loon as possible.
Jtto Capt. Tennille The those have all [Dean of the Fa ully.
Governor and captive boy! They parents '
transportation of specie.- lie Court it Post Masters arid others who obtain and _
1'Ot.
JKislature of Georgia-better not fool andrelations, to whom they were August -29- ... .
.
will bt.; seen, not only acquits Com. 1*. of I. # S .."t become responsible for eight subscribers
spat : Jttn Uncle Sam, or he will bring one to all blame or impropriety on this score, reciprocally attached: they enjoyed the 5, shall receive one gratis. ItS

i *n'common e of their reason and the oilier to a but it bestows on him the most unqualified comfort and happines affectionate of home; the en- Noti e:. tfj": Subscriptions received at this Office
'and solicitude
duty. praise fur his zeal and activity in- effecting dearing attention, election.rUl be olden on..the first tf, ,,,
in- _... ,. mothers brothers and friend ; -
; S b-
--- the AN -
important object entrusted to Monday in October next aUhe Court :
their I little were their
?"' < -the him from the moment that he left he situation wants gratified; of nine : :1V
w.iS d J' communication of Ju- ; reasonable House in this City for the choice :NOTICE.. ,
: pleasures promoted ; they rose
1: published in our last, the following of Commissioner of the Navy early tp work, and'Hi'ihe, ship.yard or on Aldermen, agreeably to a law. of the Legislative John Wells, TN this- case, .eult' has

to, tZraLJh1Ical errors escaped our atten- Hoard, to volunteer in the hazardous but the shop-board, with the plumb of the ma Council, passed December 1824, ,vs. vi 'been instituted.and a .
ty, #' inglorious service in which he asked per. Polls at 8 A. M. and close at 7 r.')!.
tued ton and the plane of the carpenter, or, in open Oliver Clark J writ of Attachment! issued-
no- "furl get rea Pl.n.d ph near the middle.. for. mission to embark. -fiat. JiUciligencer.CUABLSTOJI the ordinary mechan cal pursuits, they T. Twitchell, against the goods and<< chattels, rights and
lie 1 Jffljflt.I; I .. c\0 &:a' ruefulness hon credits of the tid terwbtcb.Aid writ
b bt were treading career Wilson 9
lisa. paper v3d hlle.colulpn f the 3d.plge of the Aug. 31. or, wealth and happjneu ; the hope of 'Henry } ,!. is made rC jnar&totbeSuperio? Court/ .

Il.o insert te at the begin- From Key West.-\ letter from Key their families and probably their country ; F. Moreno, ;: November Tefm; 1825. .

Westdnted 6thinst. says'the health of the now mark the'sad rev 'rse. seven so- P cnsacoh, Sept. 16th,1825. -Aug. 26tb, 1825t.

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& 1\.nf OJfice / the Com CtA./&111i",1 'S1ssiz3j1IE ut l\t\\a.
: _-. _-.-- ;: 'going to hit barn: found that he ; OALI dlflgfon, Jul37 lip 1825.EPARATEPmposal3 S : '

* ; POE'i'1C41'I had threshed, during the: night, ForearryinM 0 otthe, United Stateson will! receir- 4 brrelth price of flour,being 86 50 p*

I five bushels of.rye .-had raked the the following Post Roads,will be received ., ed at this Office until the first da, ? of from, this. 37. rate; of-fctt shan be.,
day, ounces
for
Pctcrtburg Inl lJigmcer.'TAr Office in the of Proti. a bit.
l'1JmAe ,off in good order and boundit at the General Post October: next for the delivery order of
straw By the
: ./ JULIA STAr ONE MOMENT City of Washington, until Saturdayjihe sions for the use of the Troops of the. U. Mayor
MORE. u;> and deposited it on the great 15th day October next,inclusive. nitcd States,to delivered in bulk, upon N S. Parmantier.

., TO JULIA beams, and shoved up the grainto IN FL0RIDA. inspection as follows: "&crelar).

Stay, Julia stay one moment mere, one side of the floor, all in a 122. From lensacola by the county Jit Peniactla. V Pensacola June,10th, 1825.- .
; We must not part enclkantress, yet ; workmanlike condition, withoutthe seats of Gadsden, Jackson, and Walton, 600 barrels of pork -
I Although I wuh that moment (,'cr. least consciousness of what he to Tallahassee once a week. 1250 do of fresh fine flour ; O'nC"E.To .
Which, past-I never shall forget : Leave Tallahassee; every Monday at 6 800 gallons of good proof whiskey
For parting, like the Ivy's leaf was doing', until he fell from the .a. m. and arrive at Hensacola on Fridayby 550 oushels of good sound beans tntruding tcttler and others

Will ever keep mem'ry green ; hay. Mr. Dean was disposed to 1 10a.m. 8800 pounds of good hard soap who commit waste on tilt.ftu U;

4 When lost to view each other grief have concealed these extraordinary Leave Pensaeola every Friday It 2 fi. 4000 do of good hard tallow lands.

This deepest woe* shall* still beeenf facts, until his neighbors inquired m.and arrive at Tallahassee on Tuesday candles, with cotton wick, lawless person who are guilty
Then flow ye tears-'tistneet I mourn, the cattse of his threshingat by6p.ti. 140 bushels of good clean salt THOSE on lands ofthe United
When hearts so warm, so full as mine ; 184. From Tallahassee by Sewaney 2250 gallons of good cider vinegarOne States and committing waste
,
By .ate-Lrc thus-dear Julia, torn, ,nightwhen his family disclosedthe Ferry and Dill's to St.Augustine, once in fourth on the first day cf June, timber,are hereby notified,that measures on public

I From one so pure,so good ua thine. 'particulars. two weeks, 237 miles. 1826. have been taken for a rigid enforcement of
other Wednesday the first day of O to-
i r Leave Tallahassee every One fourth on
I the laws ofthe United 6'tates in such
One moment more-to press.that hand, .s .* Cantonment'! Brooke honda, >. at 6 a. m.and arrive at St. Augustine -1 ber, 1826, ". V V made and provided, they are hereby cases
Tis glowing with thy warmth of heart' &ptnnher'III.1825. > on the next MOnday by 6 p. m. .1 One, .fourth on .the"first day- of December dered to desist/mm sigh offences forth ON i
0 I.ong way that heart.'lth'Joy.ctplLn, WILL receive proposals 'till the 20th Leave St. Augustine every other Tuesday r *< : 1826. V with, otherwise.they.:will be prosecuted
.
a And long its cheering1 warmth. impart : I December ensuing1, to furnish the at 6 n. m. and arrive" at Tallahasseethe :And the remainder on the first day V to the utmost rigor ofthe law.
Though other arms may thee caress, next Sunday by 6 /> m. V of March, 1827.
troops of the United States'Army, that Given under my;, hand at the city of
VhcnthOUifl other climes shall be NOTES. is understood that the pork to be
\ ; It
.
are or may be stationed at Cantonment Washington,the 24th day,of March 1825
: And other hands may fondly press, Brooke,with fresh beef, from tlicjst day 1. The Postmaster General may expedite contracted for is to consist ot.an entire Geo.,Graham
'fhat hand so warmly pre!*M by me- January 1826, to include. the 31st day the mails, and alter the limes for hog to the barrel except feet, legs, ears. ,
Yet stijl& tliis thought must e'er arise, of December, 1826. arrival and departure at any: time duringthe and snout, which are inadmissible. Commiiiioner of the General Land Office

Of many'hands I've prest, in mine ; The beef-will be required to be delivered continuance'ofthe contract, he pay- Should the hog be of less weight than S V 8-tlj.

'Twas this alone that I could pri/.e, to, the troops two days in .each ing an adequate compensation"for any extra 200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made
.Vone felt so dear- to roc as thine. week (the days to be designated) in such expense that may be occasioned there- up of good fat side pieces. No more W. HASELL HUNT,

quantity as tfiall be requisite for their rations by. And he reserves the right to abridgeany than one head allowed to a barrel of draw deeds, bills of sale, POWI
But go not yet-oh! do not go, on each day. contract made]under this advertisement pork. The contractor may at his option WILL attorney, bonds &c. in the
I ask but one-one parting kiss; And 1 deem it necessary to apprise when he thinks: proper and to deduct exclude the hams, and make up the most approved forms, and attend to
any
Tor it is meet my night of woe, those who choose to offer to contractfor from the compensation at the ratio deficiency with good side pieces. other.writing which maybe committed
Sbould gloom upon>> a clay of bliss! : the supply may.that the beef will be required paid under the contnct, for lessening the The candles to be made of good hard him, with promptness and accuracy, and
For thus the dark'iung shulicsconie on, to be of the best which the market duties ofthe contra or. tallow, with cotton wick. on reasonable terms ; his situation in
And seem to kiss the fleeting light; can'afford, and particular attention must 2. Ten minutes slull be allowed,for opening The pork beans, flour, whiskey, salt, the clerk's office renders an application

i And thus kiss-departing one, be had to the butchering thereof ,as a rigid and clo&ingUe; mail, at all offices and vinegar, must be delivered strong to him convenient forthose who may be
These lips, that l leave me as he night- time is and barrels,'and tbe.soap and can-c '
inspection of it willalways be made where no particular specified. secure about to execute :any! instrument of writ
Ah long, that night is doom'd to be, Persons offering to contract will make 3. For every thirty minutes' delay, dies, in strong and secure boxes of a convenient ing which is to b. recorded. .

I And not a ray of peace to shine their proposals in writing, sealed and di- (unavoidable accideits excepted,) in arriving size for transportation. .
No other sun-I know hut thec, rected to me at' this place. stating1 the after the time prescribed in any I The pork, whiskey, vinegar,and flour
No other lips arc sweet as thine.Oh rate per pound, in a single bid,for which contract,the contractor shall forfeit five I in seasoned heart of white-oak barrels, Pensacold : Book Store.

they will furnish and they shall be informed dollars ; and if the delay continue until I the pork in barrels full hooped. _
.! shall I ask that yet you'll stay ? of the acceptance of their proposals the departure of any depending mail, The provisions are to be inspected at received-- Brig St. Clair, di..
Owe lII&ment-tet me view that face ; is lost forfeiture of double the time of the and the JUST per
cither by letter from me or on per whereby a trip a delivery, contractor from New-York, and for salea.
.Andc1'e -dear Julia, may, allowed for the be liable for the of inspecting
you go sonal application to me, at Cantonment "llie amount carrying to expense above an additional assortment of Books
I take las t-last unbrace! : Brooke, OH the day above mentioned. mail one trip, shall be incurred, unless it and all other expenses, until ,which are the following ,
OTis thus 1 on your bosom fall, shall'be made to appear that the delay they are safely delivered atf such storehouses among
breast. breast the last meet / John Page: Lt. ;NEV'VORKS.ltotbelan .
And to we ; wall occasioned by unavoidabe accident ; as may be designated by the-United
Shall parting thoughts the moments pall Jlss't. Com. Siibtittence. in which case the amount of pay fora trip States'Agent. The previlegc. is reserved a Romance of the,English Ills-
That Bliss like this should render sweet? .NOTE-No proposals will be received will be forfeited. to the United States of increasingor tones,
This bursting heart, alas! can tell, after tin: 19th December, the day previous 4. Persons making proposals are required diminishing the quantities to be deli Stanhope's Letters on Greece in 1823

Whilst your soft bosom presses mine to the one limited. to state their prices by the year. vered, one third,on giving 60 days previous and 1824,with Documents on the Greek
Jit every beating pulse's swell, 28.-t20d, Those ,'hto contract will receive their notice.No Revolution, and the life of Mustaplu

1 feel I: coUld expire on thine. pay quarterly-inj) the months of May, advances. will be made in any case All, '
'
,. .o TJUCEN UP August, November and February, one whatever but { aymentwill be made only I Buchanan's Sketches of the North American .
Then fire thee well-a lalli-farewell, month after the expiration of each quar. on evidence being produced at this office i Indians, with a plan for their me.
May Heaven kindly_be your guide ; And Committed to Jail, ter. of the inspection and delivery.It lioration
lllow bott }'e winds:, nor ocean swell, 5, No other than a free white person is expressly understood that at all Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by
\\ hUe Julia's borne upon thy tide : In the City of Pensacola, shall be employed: carry the mail. the depots and stations, the salt is to be Thomas Campbell,
The sun may set again to rise, I 6. Where the proposer intends to con- received by mcasurement of 32 quarts to The Cook's Oracle containing Receiptsfor
We part; -to meet ?-ah no, 'tis vain, On tile 19th Instant, vey the mail in the body of a stage car the bushel. Plain Cookery &c. &c. &c.

To hope,.that e'er these longing eyes', ; riage, he is desired to state it in his proposals When a bid is accepted, and notice Biography of the British Stage,being the
Willontli.:?, J ulia,look again!- I AS 1.t\1N 'VA1 ; and the stage must be of sufficient thereof given to the person making the Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses

J'ur soon, too soon,these eyes must close, size, unless otherwise expressed, to bid, refusal or neglect on his part to give '
And stiff'amst be these hands of mine; 2 Negro Fellows, viz. conveniently convey seven passengers. good and sufficient security within a rea- The History of Matthew aid, by the
And cold, ah! cold-tins breast that glows, 7. Every proposer may offer in his bid, sonahle time, to be specified by this department author of Valerius &c.
With its last spark-while pressing thine. to make improvements the transportation ,it will then be at the option of Ilallam's View of Europe, during the
.1..<.1.. -- ttI Ufjmm 9 of the mail, fiom the terms invited this department to consider the contract :Middle Ages

aA13 lN\r. five feet six and an.half inches either to the mode of transporting it, I forfeited, or not. The Spanish Daughter,
-. --' -\ high has lost se\'el'llof his upper the speed required, or the frequency of It is required that persons making The Human Heart,

.word in.
in Hath, (Eng.) has the following! .right leg, and a long scar on his due consideration.The should accompany their bids Scenes m Europe, Scenes in'Amenca,
I lines printed upon his shop-bills : _i- right foot, next to his little toe ; number of the post route shall be by letters recommendatory,from gentlemen The Blank Book ofa .smallColleger

);y books are so crammed, and bad-debts the first he says was occasioned by a burn, stated in every bid, and the proposal must of respectability, or who are knownto Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8tb, 9th?
I've many, and the latter by a cut of a broad-axe. be sealed and directed to the General the government.It and 10th volumes,
t, I'm resolved that in future I'll not trust a Post Office( ,and endorsed Propotals" is desirable that all proposals made, TOGETHER WITH ,

!. penny, akt m wicU1D strict attention must be given to the be scaled in a seperate envelope, and,, Pale)"'. Works complete, in 5 vols.
Giving credit to friends, often frien sbipendangcl'1t endorsement, as it is not intended to marked' "Proposal for furnishing. Army, Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols. I IPlutarch's
\< 'five feet eight inches high, has break the seal of any proposal until the subsistence." Lives, 8 vols.

And I hope ne'er again to be cheated by a scar on his left arm, which hesays time for receiving1 bids shall have expi- Persons making bids will make two Josepbus's'orks.6 vols.
the in- -
was occasioned by red. sets ,ofproposals, one predicated on be-
strangers. Hamilton on Purgatives,
"RI... noculation for'the kine pox; no 8. The Postmaster"General reserves to ing paid in Western funds, and the otheron Fever
Armstrong on Typhus ,
other identifying. marks. himself the declaring contractat in drafts the
right any rcceiving payment on
Miner and Tully on Fevers,
Somnambulism. 1 CICERO says that he is forty-one years end whenever failure happens, Atlantic .
an : one department, Washington or some
2'ittsficld, (Pa.) .1Jlril 28.-Mr. old and that he was sold by the &laeritf which amounts tothe: loss ofa trip. City. OrfilaB Powelon Practical Contracts Chemistry, by Coxe;
' of Sumplcrville District, South Carolina, 9.The distances stat d such have
Timothy Dean, of Adams in this are as GEO.GIBSON.
Morse's New Gazetteer,
as the property of Richard Uidgell, to
: county, kou of the; laie Dr. Dean, Captain .roseph'Hichba: ,who sold him been communicated be to incorrect this office On this and _Commissary- General of Subsistence. Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket,

had employed himself for some to a Richardson. '. some subject ofthemmay the contractor must inform: him- SHERIFF'S: SALE. Milton's Works,'2 vols. gilt,

weeks threshing, during. the BYNAM G"st1ILf he is forty-three self:-the will not be an- Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gik,
Department
past winter. One night as he was years old, and that he belonged to Chas. swerable forany mistake. Superior' Court, lYe,' Florida. Beauties of Shakespeare, do.Campbell' .
lironson, District [ BoonAdmt'xvs. ) Poems do.Hervey's .
Sumpterville S. ,
C. and :
10. No bid shall be withdrawn after the
labors he
: his
about closing ascended .fi.fa.
sold the Sheriff Meditations do.
was by a Mr. Smith. ,
,a ladder to''the top ot the They both state that they: were run off time and should for receiving bids shall refuse have to expired take the, Nathan Shackleford.J Pilgrims' Progress, do.

!threat beams in the barn, w.herc the from South Carolina by white men, who I contract at any his person bid, be shall be held re- BY virtue of this'execution, I shall pro. Pope's Works,2 vols.* do.

. rye which be was tbresblng'as sold them in Alabama, ana offered to sponsiblc to the Department, for the difference ceed to sell at Public Auction for Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, <.

11 deposited, to ascertain *hat. number them one hundred dollars each to say nothing between his bid,and that at which cash, on Tuesday tlie1rst day olNovemiher ALSO,
about it but 12 o'clock at the CourtHouse V
at ,
were obliged to take next,
# of bundlesremained umhresh- the contract shall be made. No decisionson The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard,
them back and refund the in Pensacola, the following real
money received bids shall be made known before the Life of Franklin, Paul and Virginia,
IL ed, which he Determined to finish for them ; they then left them with, estate, now occupied by Win. McVoy, I
17th of October The assignment of 1 William Tell, Gulliver Travels, &c.& .
;, the next day. The ensuing night, another white man, who brought them to contract withodtj: the consent of thetPost-any viz :-All the remainder of the unsold landin I I WBICH,
Pensacola. the tract of hundred
about: o'clock as was supposed, master General, shall forfeit it-and in eight arpentsad : together with the stock heretofore

t IMr. Dean ,was heard by his mother F. S. Chapman, all cases where application to make a joining Pensacola to this City on the granted east to and Francisco front hand, composes a very extensive and general
transfer is made the terms must be ing on Day l assortment of books and will be
fully
to gel and out and F. ,
up go ,. _no Commyns, Moreno, and conveyed by acts of 'sale
stated. I sold at the New-York for cash.-
further recollection prices
of him during this defendant with all the
City (.ons tables to ; together
11. The in
contracts are to be operation Country Merchants and public or private
_ the night-hcrepa to hi* barn, Pensacola,July 22d,1835-21-If. on the first day of January next and continue improvements,consisting of Libraries furnished on the most liberal

being in sound sleep, and, altogether one ; V 'THRJfE DWELLINGIil terms, and such.books as are onleled3.fldame '
l unconscious of what he W4S -11floL : year.John M'Lean, :. :..: .: not on hand, will be procured with as:

fl'1! doing, set open his barn doors, ascended Pursuant to an order ofthe Hono- Postmaster General. HOUSES, i little delay as possible. Orders from a
distance will be as promptly attended to
the ladder as he had done
rable County General Pott-OJice, out Houses &c &c. a
and as
Coui.toflack8on V meet with the same libemlity
a the day beforeon to the haymow, Mithington City,July 14,1825.NOTICE And also one other tract of land, containing personal application. .
thence onto the great beams of the WILL BE SOLD, .-_-_ eight hundred arpents on Durand's W.HasellHunt. .
I
barn to where the said rye was deposited To U\c \ Bluff Escambia County granted to Antoine .
st
\\g\\ Bidder
and threw down ; That the Collins,and by him conveyed to this April
I a flooring the first flj'S; hereby given, at next term
and again descended ON Wednesday after the third & 1 of the lion the County Court, I will defendant.Also l2th,1825.'V
Dnp in other of
October next, at the present the accounts and vouchers, and two tracts land adjoining .
commenced threshing it-when he touivof Chipola, the Seat of Justice for the last mentioned granled to Lewis Gag-
make final
had it he raked saul County,. a: of a settlement of the estate ot and Nicholas and ;' ,(\ LL persons indebted to-George C.
completed oil the part the lots of said Giles Newton, late of Pensacola, deceus- net Lopez, by them && Tod make
Town. this .are requested to payment
straw and bound it into bundles conveyed defendant containing "
,
: cu.
the
to subscriber who is his only
,
and shoved up the rye \o one# : side vance Terms the of balance Sale-Ten in pe'r cent. in ad John de la Rua, eight Seized h ndred at the arpents&'suitaforeuid each. to the' legal attorney arid authorised. to giveo,.
of floor six and twelve ; pay
the and then carried
charge.
the, months. Jldminittrator.Ket sum of seven thousand three hundred and -
straw up the ladder and' deposited Titles wIll be made the 24th 1825--51-tf. thirty-nine dollars,'82 cents.,with interestand T. Twitchell.

it on,som rails that lay across 'i he the Jut payment. on receipt of cost' and will be sold to satisfy the. Peimcok,-Aug. 29 27:-31.' .' _

great beams of the barn-then 'The to\\'U of L'hipola is situated STATIONARY.TjUST urn- V ,

threw down another flooring of, western bank of the .river of' the on the received and for sale at the Pen- W. Davison, Clocfc &WdMbTHE'SUBSCRIBER- l\\ke V


: rye, which he threshed and finished name.at the head navigation, and same adjoining J the jsucola.assortment Book Store of Stationary, a I small before additionto on Sheriff. County.Sherifi's ., ,
to rich and
before thus he fertile, lands;-, 01a Office, Pensacola, old
: as : continued, handsome hand, consisting of r .commcnce4bineui at'his
eminence : .
>' his labors '\ commanding a view j July 2d, 1825.-17-lamts.Apothecary. HAS l be
until be had Ahrcshed Letter and where
Paper plain ,
of.the country,round'it, and the gilt edged, on Palafox street,
I five floorings, and on returning of health and good vater is not surpassed prosjict Blank Uoolts,[assorted sizes, Ne-w StoQ will attend strictly: all'business- hIs

r from throwing down the sixth and by any section of the Territory.Thos.H.HulL. Paste Board,Drawing paper;, DOCTOR'" line.. He is grateful for tIiformer.P3toAgftb -
'Extra fine Heel Sealing x,- -I. THO.V.S JB. BELL, ., Public an4.begs a continuance
'
last,. in passing ovcr part fcf f the Japan Sand Boxes ,'"' RESPECTFULLY;..informs thc Citi' of favors, a*tie isdetcrminedth1tIpains.shall

haymow*.he fell o1JT where the hay Dep. CJt.1 fC.. C.JaCL'SQ Kidders'Durable'Ink, nd "and the inhabitants be spared,in future,,to plw
.. had been cut down about six feel *' (1olml!!. Camel's Hair Pencils.j of the neighboring. country, that lie those. who may favor hinv with Jheir custorn. -
on to the lower part ;of it wjiicb? The' Edito'i' the Florida Intelligencer j I LaLso 1 is.npw opening an' assortment of fresh He has on hand an assortment ot

...... him. ,. Awoke Will: give the aboye an insertion once a A few dozen W.ebster's: Spelling Rooks. Uiixgs & Jewelry. ..
.. month until the day of.. ale, and forward Pensacola 26th July,1825.XO'rlCE. JSIedicines, John White.
lIe at first their '
imagined himself in. account to theiCIerk's Office in three.doors above Messrs. :Finlay & Rush
I : I his neighbor's: barn,& after groping Jackson County.-Florida. i' \- ton's Store, on the corner of Palafoz Pensacola, Aug.. 26th, 1825-26-tr. ,

' : afcout in.th: dark: for a long time, 4 I' 2 .-lamtJ. i ALL persons having any demands Street and the Bay. STATIONARY.JUSTreceivedand .

l't,4 ascertained that he Was in his NOTICE. tfiej Estate FRANCiSCO Doctor Bell also respectfully tenders saleatthecj pe

) own barn, and at length found the Joseph C. TOUAHD, deceased, are hereby called'on his professional services to the citizens of ) for. small assortment
ladder which Keyser.gurlviving E_ this case to present!them without delay, and Pensacola, anr.hop'es, by his assiduity and IacoJa'Book Store; a
S on descended .to partner of the I has been 541 I. persons indebted to said Estate, are attention,, to.merit a liberal share of their of l'
I' {fie'floor-closed his.barn, which C.latehrm of Jotm &Jos. Jnstituted
; he found 9'p.cnad.: ..returned'to Keyser, fwnt: of attach- -, D. OJJINA Pensacola,Sept.1st, 1825.-2T-4t. i Letter Wafers
vs. Paper ,
ment issued
.J his a- ,
house
-on coming to the"
light ThomasShi'elds J !
,4 gainst the : Executor. Mail black & red
goods IT Ink Powder ;
fo.und'himadC in "such ,a profuse and chattels,rights and credits ofthe said Pensacola, 1st. Sept.>> 1825-278t.PRINTING .ngemen ,
pCTspiratios ,that bia clothes were Tbomw. The said writ is returnable to n5\UE.on Thursday at 3 P. M. Sealing Wax and '
tCloses
on Friday at 10 A. II. .
./ literally wet. tbro.jh-he 'vent the October County Court of 'Kmrab" County, I" Robert Mitchell "Office Tape. ,

jo beda; the next,. morning ont Term Aug26th, 1825 1825- -6t; Executed with neatness this Office.and dis- Post;Master., .W. Hasell Hunt.,

,! V- 1 :pattjtat Il I Pcnsacela, July 30th, 1825 3t, May 14th 12&.


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