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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: September 24, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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PUBLISHED t \\:' B of "Fi\\\\. the door to any temperate arrange r of the hunting life ; ami with 'a -they feel wHat, they are. When '

BY W. ment of the difficulty, and to drive longing wish for that, civilization they reflect upon the_ power and 1
preserve the validity of certain the United States, into open hostility which we have encouraged themto independence [of their ancestors, _I
POLE EDITOR the Latss%: and proceedings in the courts of with the Indians. The, conduct hope, and debarred them from and contrast tneir state with the j
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did of the enacted,) the Governor of that State, as aswiJYmce obtaining. In such! a situation: ) dependent and, uncertain condition
: SunaCBirxiojr- by as before the ratification, is equal. shall-we prohibit them from complaining of their desce'ndantl-tantalized: ..
lp Council of the ly destitute of good faith and, a or- threaten them, with with hopes of1' civilization, which "
S of Florida, That all decent regard to the opinion of the bayonet, because they visit justice re forbid, them to realize-prQ- S I,

1 fiirglc Subscriptions paper :\)' process, which may have mankind. A recital of the most upon those violators of their tfacting a miserable existence. : r
issued under and
..tovEKTisiNti : prominent steps uf the public authorities laws, who hate been the authorsof rendered wretched by repeated and f
of the laws of this
j.ukms; not more ty t will afford, us the surest their distress l- We stand in a compulsory movements farther in.
:insertion one dollar, and all proceedings indication of their motives, and delicate relation to those Indians. to the wilderness, as the, white S I:
sertion! fifty cents ; '. instituted in any of the will serve as a useful lesson to all, ;"We inhabit the land of their an man approaches I them ; they may .

tion.fertile: Kule first and of this Territory shall be who advocate'hasty and rash mea- cestors. We are a powerful people well demand! in the shades of ,
valid and of full ef-
:: idveitisinp payable sures in public affairs. The unhappy beyond the reach of their death, a refuge from the persecu- ;
S A liberal deduction law or laws of the present consequences of the unadvised arms, or of the,ar sof any who tion and heartless contempt of the Ii

.Uvertise by the )' of the Legislative Council haste of Gov. Troup, will may undertake to avenge them. more powerful race which occupies -

twst All be post paid,or contrary' M. HERNANDEZ notwithstanding. probably, and: almost inevitably, They are weak and few in num" the country. When they find t r

S nor not, as suits his of the Legislative Council., cause more distress and loss of ber, indebted to our sense of jus the fire of civilization, (for to them' f.it f.

-r= _- FIIJT, Clerk. character, than all the Indian tice- for protection upon.the soil has been i a scorching and .
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B O "' .) ..Jj'wClTJrcJanuary 1st, 1825.) lands are worth in A pecuniary or which they once owned in abso- consuming flame' )encircling their :

WM. P. DU VAL, pplitical point view. lute right. They have attemptedto settlements, ,and daily narrow-
PRl of the Territory of Florida. Shortly after the ratification of civilize the rising generation, ing their imits, and obstacles t

J-OR PUBLISHING the treaty, Gov Troup calls the and have suffered the white men thrown in the wa"yof, their t
appointing an Auctioneer for the legislature together at an extra improvement which they had
them in
.. TilE LI to encompass their settle-
S town of Tallahassee. session, in order to dispose of the ments in the that been taught not to expect ; what
hope they mightbe
1\\S \) enacted by the Governor lands. Before the meeting of that preserved under the protectingarm wonder is it, that. in their despair, :
WITH A }) ; Council of the however the Creeks to like the seek in r
body, put of this until scorpion, they
_.._ great republic, ,
oj Florida' and it is I
--- death M'Intosh and Eiomme Tus- death relief from from
in the fulness of time, they should I pangs,
utbIsaw
In My)(' feet \vcrc enacted by the authority tunnuggee, for, violating the law received into the bosom of the which they can ,see no other means z

'.ndsulel : same, That John M'lver made at Broken Arrow. This Americanframily, and.be identified escaping ? .Letusshunas, we

.A3ldblrCdt.. () he is herebyappoint- execution was, magnified by Gov. with us as one people. We still would the blackest dishonor, all a-

for the purpose Troup into an act of hostility to have it in our power to driv them gency in bringing upon them this '
To ttw ) the lots of the town of the United States, and the govern- beyond the precincts of civiliza- fate. '
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nrun: frequent l !\ -, and that the said ment was requested to order its tion, where, half savage and half This self-devotion of a hole 1 11

JL the anxiety (' ) r be allowed three per troops to chastise the hostile Indians civilized, they will soon fall victims -I people will not be without its ef- j
generally to bec nissions on the amount for merely enforcing an article to the difficulties of theirsituation fect. The Indian huts, it is true, '
with! tli! c history of sales lor his services. of internal The cannot be compared with the Ro-
police. j,
government i in
)m, _t length, ; or, resistingthey I
(jJpl'o'l'ed, January lat, 1825.) !
tin publication! o'-hi>> very properly declines may bring upon themselves universal -I man Senate-house ; and a Creek
a number of his ) interfere with the intestine dis- destruction. Chieftain and his tribe, falling under J
to establish a ferry across the bayof They may
lrjh' attached to : Pensacola. putes of the Indians, except topl'o'ec perish, as they have resolved to American bayonets, Hill not

(loss ccplinn of health of character, and it enacted by the Governor the friendly Creeks from do, upon the smoking, bloodslaked have the imposing appearance of

(.;f life at ;lUlime, ,' Council of the Ter- indiscriminate massacre, and Gov. ruins of their huts, and leave conscript fathers in their ivory
influence in : of Florida, That Henry M. Troup called up the States south, not :soul to tell the tale. Their chains, submitting with dignity to .
And, .f variety's : ge and Joscpn Bonifey, of the Potomac to stand by their race may disappear from the earth the rage of the barbarians of Gaul ;
S thcreaden. of this$ IHis : but the moral effect of a whole t
of them be and arms
iiienval \: they. arc and no historian, nor orator, of Indian
repast vested with intemperate language has people offering'up their lives with
\ j>lease even the : the right of I extraction, exist to narrate .
'I.S The soj roxvs and I and charged with the been so universally condemned, their wrongs, or to call down vengeance silent resignation upon the c.ltarof
and those of his : I keeping in repair a ferry that it is scarcely necessary to upon those who have possesseci patriotism: will be the same in ,
,, the childhood Ifth the Bay of Pensacola, from make it'the subject of remark, excepting W uiemseives.1 W, 01 to.ineir. lair.. .in. Georgia as in Italy, and will place ( I
,I ilifs :\tit1 ji'iefs:, to the end of PaJafox so faras: it shows, in con- heritance. But will public opinion the Indian upon an equality with ) ,

- iozvign begetting( to; ;himself there !; ; with full power to establish nexion with the measures of the. be annihilated ? Can we,forget the Roman soul.-Will Congress :

xnwtle: known with on and carry passen State Legislature, the principlesupon our own injustice ? Will not the consent to suffer this tragedy tube ..' j
feelings of the*liviu properly from either side which the Slate Government page df our history be indelibly .performed; with the sanction of 1

ther, si.ster and Bay, and the said Henry lias based lit claims. TU<* Legislature uiir.i><'d with the. extirpation the National Government, and despoil :

ta'("r.110 If living the cloud4 relative,,, se and Joseph iioni- during the extra session, the aboriginals ? Our descendants the Creeks of :their land, to
;. continue in the authorized a survey of the, lands distribute it among ,the inhabitants
':igMin; of life, have enjoyment will read,. that in the nine- I I
I. } have merited)' : of six years, Provided, they ed that they should! be divided a- gress ratified a fraudulent treaty, is the object of this treaty ; suchis l
,-'t c.\1 productions ; certain inhabitant of Geor- the manner in which it must be
the said
tions ha\ 26tb,18252GiL"L long keep ferry in mong by which an, Indian nation was deprived S
e :i gia by : of land executed and the State Legislature -
or < iiligliten! the means) a lottery.By of its territory against itswi'l ;
'!fs of tcnidrcd has 2. Be it further enacted, these steps they have sanctioned I and >.without its consent-that has provided for the immediate
it any time,been shall be unlawful for any the doctrine.set up by t-e; Go- this treaty was made with a 'small .survey and distribution in this'shape
vents. It.1 have or persons to establish vernor, that "lupon the ratifk ion party of these ignorant creatures, :: no doubt with the view of

S bread MC if of the ,' a ferry within three miles of the treaty, the title and jurisdiction who were cajoled,and bribed to be preventing the interference of Congress -
on
ed, ;slumbered: weary and : place before mentioned, un- became absolute in Georgia," the instruments of defrauding by setting up the doctrine .

tirmtger, therefore, same shall be for his, her, and that the 'I United Stales have their countrymen -that the Senatewas of vested rights, as an obstacle to

lender liim that own exclusive use ind not now no further concern in the matter induced, by deception, to ratify nullifying ,the treaty. Whether '

AWitudc. The : purpose gathering or re- than to furnish troops and I it :-and that still the national this plea shall prevail, Congressmust

home willing ti/e/i"to ask, having: ., toll. funds to carryj, the treaty into ef- government in conjunction 'with decide. :It' is a most grave

was certain, as 1 am 3. J3e it further enacted, fect. I the Site authorities, proceeded and important question, deeply I
S Uuvely enjoying it shall be the duty of the The title of the Indians is regarded execute it at the'point of the bayonet affecting "our national character, '
\\hichcaiid'td I I'Y M. Brackenridge and as nothing ; their claims by the extermination of the and the success of free,institutions I I

to bestow.- 'Bonifey, to keep at all upon our justice and sympathy Indians. What an argument would it put in
on either side of said Bay nothing. T le assumed obliga- the mouth of the absolute party in
.l/bi/N2 P.Vr.snn/, opposite landing thereof Lions of the Ur States are to be despised Shall this last sentence close the .the old world to have these pro- I

lied The work, v ill and sufficient boats for the I because made with savages record of this disgraceful trans- ceedings sanctioned by the representatives S
pages of and public action ? Shall our descendantssee of the Ameri people
paper with a fair a waggon and ; opinion, and the
ed subscribers at a great principles of moral justice the bones of these aboriginals: We might)then prate of our regard *

delivery.Thcic. 4. Br it further enacted, i and humanity are to be set at whitening the western plains of for justice, of our respect for
: will not be the said Henry M. Bracken- naught by the; American Congress, Georgia, as enduring testimony of human rights; and we should pratein
copies! printed than
for. and Joseph Bonifey or cither as they were by the Valverdes and our cruelty. and injustice ? Sucha vain. They would answer our
deed would not be entirely with I tirade against the ambition and
Subscription shall be entitled to receive Sepulvedas of the sixteenth centu
turned by mail, in rates of ferriage, and shall be I: ry. ; out precedent. We may find,them I cruelty of .the monarchs of Europe,
Post Master : to such regulations and Depend upon it" says Gov. in the.conqueit of ,Hispaniola, in'' by pointing to the expulsion and
;t is desirable that as-may be established Troup, in his letter of'May 3, the subversion 'of Mexico and Peru extirpation of the' Creeks, and'challenge ,
>hould be \\' in the records ef the English
and ,
find parallel
us to a in the
Post Masters and county court of Escambia 1825, to Joseph Marshall, my revenge -
become responsible and the LegislaYive Coun I will have. It will be suchas East India Company. We blackest page of European history. -
shall rcceionc this Territory. we have reason to believe the may find them in the trial of'War .. Eveji the Turkish Divan might

(o:/'" Subscriptions 5. And be it further enacted, Great Spirit would require Suchas ren Hastings ; and We shall also reply to ourpreek resolutions' and
f fice. there find the almost
this act shall be in lorce our Christ would not think too superhuman Greek subscriptions, by expressingits
I denunciations of his avaricious -
S and after tne first day of Oc much !1" Horrible perversion of infidel abhorrence at the unnecessary
l. next. language Tiniines of the God cruelty, bj Sheridan, Fox and perfidious & dastardly inhumanity
Burke, when they vindicated the of the Cbristia& republicans -
of aid of
Approved January 1st, 1825.) Mercy :n- -.r: 'w** art-
SOUTH morality int-... .,,.:. .. ; : jaiiction rights of India on the floor of the towards:defenceless' Indians.
.MIS I..IlNY. British Parliament. Shall these "Web" they might.retort. "meet -
this the
nnilE :.Lectures of unhallowed c. !il: >ar extermination -
JL resumed on Jfe-iO'York Review "and Jlnthx- of the| helpless, unoffending Creeks meet in the American'Congress men who rebel against their an-

November next, as ,um Magazine.: natives of the forest We with no corresponding feeling cient masters, but you., massacre
On .jllfltClmy-ny cannot ? Rome listened to the cries women and,c.bilcJr; n,7 and defence
brook : n of the. 'Controversy adequately express our abhorrence .
M. I)Jamrs tI Georgia b the Creeks. of sentiments like these. of Sicily, and Britain to. the corn- less savages, to ,whom you. have
I
Surgery-
Inntitutet and : Concluded from our last. 1 I Again; in jus letter'to General plaints of India;'is. this, republic pledged .your national faith forthei
Henry Dickson, M. eyes of Europe are upon I. Ware, he says I sincerely trust, alone to",be insensible. to the vpice_ ir safety and p ,e ioD.Froru::

Materia Medica after all our lofty preten if these infQriated ,monsters shall of supplicating m n'l. To Congress such'a_stain,'may Congress, 'acting

D. i' to humanity, benevolence have the temerity to set:foot within .alone can these poor chi. with. 'prudence with"vigor, 0
Obstetrics and dren or nature' look for relief,- deliver threpubIic. .It-now has
niGe it is
fonts-Thomas CJ. surprising, our settle 1imits/you may have :
Chemistry.. and should particularly |,a- thepportu9ity to give them the Their .lands appear by.;our ,statute it in-,its, "pc wer.to'manifest,a'strict -
I book ,to be .vested. in the United adherence to :principle that will
Tcnel, M. 1.). manner in which we dis- bayonet frey, the instrument i l ,
..VartraHistory the aboriginals., To Con ,which they most dread, and'whichis i States. They feel finable to,: resist do.more b >nor to the United States
tlliott, 14.'1.. D. therefore, it belo gl.to ex moat appropriate .to' the 'occation. the power of our.arms ; but they than hundreds of:Victories achieved
S. henry resolved never to leave: their, J and' land. 'Such
into the manner in which ." .5 (I have by sea by an
'r native.. and and though they can .cf self denial S
aty was concluded, an'cHo. Is thia,'the spirit with which instance ,iirprovc
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Atl&Jsl- 2-1- 9- tnc question as to its ulti these ab rig nals should be treated uot'resist, they' 'know how; .tpMiCrTtieir us:to,be.,.s i iacere;' .in pur:professions, >

execu'ion'. ? After we. .have encouraged ,.ftavage education has.taught and -esaK ,our;: ,national character '
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John Wells, WK .' ; of the public them; to reli iquish their ,ancLenthabits them to .tlespiae d.eath. ,both.approaching beyond th ;,reach'of. :,scepticism.These '.,
vs f>A rities of Georgia, since the for th* 5. customs and arts of I ', apd: ,preiu.andthcy ': adianstOp: ,Will'"contribute .'

Oliver Clark,}writ of this treaty, should civilized,.lifej, we'seek, to despoil I.. have .:r resolved to 'die' 'tippn theirlands'in ,:to ojr, honor ',hr. ,' fier .,ages* S
Want the goods preference! .to' ',re'moving; bftvje:already: succeeded in
:rh.et
credit of vent. Congress from annul them Qft Uicif lands by a fraudulent '" ,
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the said it would'ieemthai x Tbefir + and mental I the'worE of;.civilizatioB. beyon4 .
s made returnable though treaty and:. to drive them again : ) iWpm
November Term,, object were to urge ,matters into. tie' forest, with habits greatness 1LhJs.. resolutionThey ;-'. \the'..an'i ijhope8:: ,o fth'i, most

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>quished hunting, and become far give a peculiar strength' to the coequal the difficul y under ::which those with wedges, fris feet.in length, more right' to control the ...id.es

mers And herdsmen. The forest right of the house to exam States, possessing: that species of 4 feet square, weighing upwards cormpon'clent than with reg 0' ::r

begins to disappear from around ine ,the subject. '. :- property, labour' ; and know_ *, .thatneither"prudent : of 20 ,tons.. By the:: assist aftqe' 'ofmachinery o tl ick tfccf. tu nine, and we therefore' Sot'u!

them, and .vast; fields,; rich with This objection, however, is put i would, bel nor ; \'4. men. take. the rough I t receivedUt.. : .
, .. grain, smiling orchards, and mea at rest, together with'Th founded philanthropremedy c," to apply ,a sudden, pillar'from .its bed, and place it onI I r : :;' "1

dows covered with flocks and upon the rights vested ,in t"he to an e"ll.rtRulrl j g, .yearsto .L.. the stocks ; gudgeons are then It, was i wiih the utmost astoniah

herds,. are found in the :midst of Creeks, who made the" treaty, by cure. They wish participate put' in each end, and when placed t hatwe dscoveied tht the d1tor of :l1t

the wilderness as monuments of the .fraud at the bottom of the neither in U>e moral responsibility on stone sudfcoaters.can be turned 1 the f lorula colftqns J tel M1th gencer 1.-,1 LdIflitt.d, .Into he

the philanthropic and humane policy transaction. If the instrument be ,,nor legislative' .care' of this delicate by the ,trel ,. ..0 menThe I r fnIrtHu1a b'el bet cf'bat

of the, national government, tainted with fraud: it is void, and ib: sinel.1 They prefer that Deaihj'l barltsi'n"r!'r r on II 0 le) or !'c: ofl.1C \ .

and ot the ability of the aboriginals cither branch of Congress.may declare the evil 'should be left' to the discretion the week eridmjr 14th> amounted sseso;; notoriously false as r.tainin.io .

to preserve their name, and to it to-be so. If there should of the. State Legil re.- t o 25, of whiclv%umber 12 were derit scfrcely necessaw to notice them ten,

: take their station among the civilized I be'any difference of opinion<< on the Still, as citizens of one country, : colored personsone case of yellow to nevertheless be abused we cannot"h" suffer ourseK-n

:. nations of the earth. Neither subject between the two houses, feeling the servile system. to* be a 1 fever and one of smallpox. therefore say a few words.impunity, and must

; is it upon the soil alone that, it will then remain ith the executive ommon weakness,they'"are willing National Journal. With'regard to Mr. Call his

:. the hand of civilization is seen. to say, whether,- under existing -, that thelexpense of its extinction The rumour that a case of 'yellow been too fully' identified! with name that h,.

Their manners arc softened, their circumstances, he will 'carrythr should be a common sacrifice l fever bad occurred at Charleston slanderer.for us to trouble ourselves with of

t. minds improved by education. The treaty into effect. ; and svhIe it continues to exist is unfounded. The captain sations a addressing remark to him-but his accu"

f. useful arts are introduced among Such a power must necessarily i it cannOt be doubled, that who died in that city, is said to ought.to against prevent us our, being being such as, if true

j1 them : The shuttle and the loom, exist, or the United States would whenever the subject shall be constitutionally have been affected only with an intermittent conceive we are in justice patronized to ,VI

;L; the hammer and anvil, .are heard I be subject to imposition, the republic before the National fever.-Idem. i bound to repel his calumnies.In cursclf!

j l in their huts, and school houses I liable to disgrace, and the Legislature their votes and voices Men of rV ight.- lr. Israel Tib- : the first place, ns we never accuse

\: and churches seen inMheir villag, Indians would be defrauded and will be al l 'vays consonant with j: bets, of Madbury N. H. now living any man, without giving the grounds of

t ca.1'thc blood-stained hatchet is I exterminated) without the right of the principles: of that declaration, weighed lately 435 pounds.Mr. ., our sible accusations, ,wherein we will l. as briefly as pos.

buried, it is hoped for ever, a df. interference on the part of the government which first gave birth to the re- Levi Patterson, who recently proved mention himself slanderer.Gen.He Call has

Christianity, civilization, aid to prevent any of these public. 11 I deceased at Bath, Me. weighed i letter l in ;which he denounced Trote a distil a

f.\4 ed by the enlightened policy of our catastrophes. Precedents for a This difference of opinion, however while living between and 600 wt. guished individual and the most of his
similar exercise of be ought nut and it is to be friends in Pensacola as base and
t.. government, are gradually raising power, may ) Idem. unprinci:
: these tribes from a state of ignorance found in the short history of our trusted will not, operate to the i in- Present to Gen. Lafayette.-The which pled, which he authorised he nodeclares his pnva, biit

and barbarity. With this present government. j juiy of the Creeks in question of Common Council this city, desirous make use of as he pleased correspondent, and to

happy prospect on one side, and I Under the adtnimstration of Mr. an entirely ; different nature.- of paying an appropriate called on publicly 03; those whom he when dc.

I impending ruin and extirpation Monroe a treaty of this sort, concluded Strang0, indeed, must be the infatuation compliment to our venerable guest nounced, to show wherein they were ha\c

on the other, these helpless chit with a portion of the Me.' and invincible the prejudice before his final departure from the and unprincipled, he comes before the
; the nominees for the which could bind men to- United States about monthsaJ public in :an article not answering the se.
: dren otthe forest appeal to representatives purchastof a ; j three I veral calls, but dropping the
; of the American large portion of their land, was ( gcthsr in a arty, whose jlrr/t':41 o engaged Mr. Isaac F. Bragg, his friends in Pensacoli" he aims most hu of

people, and call upon thorn to res declared void by the president onthis is to prrpetua e and strengthen the the celebrated penman, to transcribe marks at one m3n only rcitterating his re-

cue them from degradation, exile, very ground. Nearly all the sys}*' rn of slavery: and whose object in his best style{ on large charges without the shadow of a ground

and death. They have a right to real acknowledged; chiefs of the ii d!. .' extermination of an In sheets drawing paper, duplicates dividual therefor. What can any disinterested in.
but
; that he has
: a kind and attentive audience. tribe were opposed to the cession di nation. unr'trr color} of a treaty _- of all the acts and proceedings name with say that slanderer. identified and calumni hw
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4 They are men like ourselves- : Quarrels! between those who signed 'piucured by deception and I which have taken place here forthe ator ?

more ignorant, less civilized and 1 I sad those who opposed the frau!, : auctioned wi!h prema'ture purpose of testifying to the Gen. Call commences his article with

powerful, but still men. To their : treaty, immediately followed thrsale h -l '. ,nd \\i I c', must be executed General the respect of the peopleand I an assertionvhch:: so far as it rehtes to

present state they have been reduced : ; and, as in the case of M'ln- by i'jrciin vie i l.i'.son of the plight- the municipal! authorities, i. for ourself) we pronounce false,ami appeal
proof to the files ot"our
or _,advanced, according to tosh, one of triose signing the .rra-- ; faith of th? National Govern. with the addresses and replies delivered -' thi : .' Hitherto the presses! paper this Terri It i..:

the decision of this question, by ty, vas put to death by the other ment._ ___ on each occasion, and also" tory have been innssdeil or subsidized !byI
: the arrival of the Europeans. The parly. ---- ---- 31 "' -I" a few other interesting documents, I party feelings or party prejudices. They

few comfort hopes, and pleasures This treaty, however, was not t DOMESTIC. such as the President's letter to have been devoted to the interests of men".
jegardless of measures, and
been
nave
; they have, they highly val carried into effect. The Indians the general inviting him to visit I ; to the nplpropriatetl
most unjust and ilHIj! .
We .
feel
ue. Their apparent insensibility, were not declared in a state of hostility no
I : is the result education, and notof i with the United States, and I the members of the Court with latter, and the account of his reception \ have published every;: thingagainst ms

: apathy. It docs not prove the tranquillity was restored to the any unfriendly feeling towards the cy Congress, fee. &c. Mr.. wInch could tend to -iy prejudice, while

absence of passion, butane powerof tribe, to the honor of our government gallant Porter; doubtless they dis- Bragg was desired tu add_ to these their columns have been closed againstme
4- the
their denying me common
self control. It is the frozen by annulling the agreement cnurged juuty conscientiously papers such illustrations embellishments self deft-nee That our columns privilege havi of

4 d surface of a volcano, under which]I We also feel compelled to make I but we cannot' refrain from expressing as might seem to him been closed aganst him, or that he has

the fire burns more fiercely, because sr.mc remarks upon another topic I our disappointment and I necessary or becoming. 'been; denied the common privilege of
With their not connected regret.VC think the sentence self defence by us, is so barefaced
suppressed, necessarily with\ the In discharge of this task whichhe a
,
harsh and unmerited at least j falsehood that it seems as if he wished
: natural passions unsubdued, they: I controversy between Georgia and I the firit and, upon has just completed, and which I invite the disgn-.ce of a pub lie.conviction to!
love and hate more strongly than r the Creeks, although Gov. Troup charge, we sincerely comprises 150 sheets, Mr. Br&gg I. if this is:: the case, we will gratify hiswlsh

0 the whites. Above all other things;, has endeavored 10 join them together trust \vill-noi have :hl' slightest has employed every style of wri es. On the2dof, April, in publishing! an

. they are attached to their rative or at least to create a belief tendency either to impair tue pa- ting, adding suitable ornamentsto [ article sigBed1 Citizen iifjuckwn Conn
soil. To that they cling with all of their necessary connection.We trio'ic zeal of t iat useful and clis- each page ; all of which are t!,," on the subject of the letter alludedto
in the
the allude tinguisned ofliiicr or to sink mm preceiiingjpartrap! we '* at the!
that tenacity, so peculiar to to those pans of his executed with remarkable
accuracy time
same tender to Ge: Call the
in tlu estimation or his 4 f-eo
- Indian character* Their love of messages, accusing the general government admiring taste and elegance. He has use of our columns, should he Hunk fit to
4 life sinks into insignificance; of an intention to emancipate countrymen.-Alexandria (:az. also procured to be drawn by Mr. explain his most extraordinary); letter1'thi -

when compared with the overpowering the slaves in the southern r ratesand From the JVV York Evening Post Burton, at present of Washington ) > is the way that our columns were clos.cd .
Messrs Wilder and
influence this : St Campbell, against him in this instance. Was he
princi to strip the inhabitantsof City, number of d(.signs illustra
of this city, and Mr. Litiell, cl f denied the*common privilege; cf f slf-de-
'I pIe ; awl wnii their ancient recollet their property without corn ting some of the documents and! fence
pen I in our paper of May 7th, where he
,Philadelphia, are publishing a pe (
tions and) sation.It .
4 present feelin&s, nodical work, called the J\Jusc-- representing the scenes which they: occupies more than four columns ? And
thronging upon their minds, almost is unnecessary to refute th sidle literature and elate to. These designs! are generally the affidavit cf the foreman in our office
um foreign Science
with one voice they : which is annexed, will show, ii wffimanuer
1 cry accusation. It could not have ,'} which. : from the well conceived, the rnottus
single our columns' were closed
"Let us peaceably possess > our been seriously made by any man number we have examined. is an which accompany them striking him on the! 9th of June 'No, our columns against
.1 country, 0.' give us death. Ho\v in th exercise of his sober faculties amusing work 1 The contents of i in allusion! and the workmanship never have been clcs against him, nor

p, can wr i-ciy to the bones of our and we do not think so meanly the number are\ -The life and beautiful. ;.. rhe representation of has he ever been denied the privilege cfselfdefence

, fathers, :"isc and go with us into a l of Gov. Troup's capacity as to character of Samuel Richardson the Capitofoi Washington, taken, thi ough the medium of our
foreign land7" that he himself believed from the Pennsylvania the paper-but our colftmns were closed agaiitet .
suppose, Sir W. avenues
by ScotfC A breakfast inN an article of hcuirility a.d abuse
4 Let Congress answer this strong the administration to h-vc adopted v/jjate, Recollections of For- piece intended :o accompany)' the and he has been denied the privilege of

and irresistible appeal, as the na a policy on that subject, equally i-gn Travels, Scjc.! by Sir Egerton,, address of the Senate of the State, assailing, in our paper, individual character -

tion would answer it. by annulling l at variance with prudence and Bt HJt-C Yremaine ; or the man the drawing ot the City Hall, and without showing a shadow of ground

the treaty, and pulling the Creeks the constitution He had no evidence o t' refinement.' 'Music that which is emblematic of our for so doing. We have repeatedly pub
; a fragment. licly t challenged Gen.
in the same situation they held I : upon whic he could ground Illustrations on Lying, in cily and its municipal"government, m any instance (except Call one to)show,thing that
before it wasmade.: No other a charge so grave and import-nt are, it seems to usv particularly from his any
*.1 1! ttb branches, by Mrs. Opie. pen or that of any of his political:
course is compatible with fair if true. T,..: rig-it Joyous and Pleasantiiisiory worthy of notice and commenda ineruk, has been refused a place in our

rr dealing, or national honour. Instead 'Vhen, however, we reflect upon of the feats, &:. of the tion. The miniatures of Washington the Gazette article; our reasons for not publishing

of driving them from their the extre e anxiety evinced by Ct.evulier Bayard, by the Loyal Lafayette, and Hamilton, t the public rejected, and,,whatever have long been be.fore

lands, let the government continue him to obtain these lands, and the S tratit. On the Nobility of the which have also been painted on difference of opinion, as to the IDabe policy the of

its efforts to civilize and attach unjustifiable means adopted for British Gentry, etc. by Sir J. Law- some of the sheets by Inman, are publishing it, we trust that every man

them to the soil, and they that purpose ; is it unfair to conclude rence.. Gaieties and Gravities, finished with great skill, particularly whose good opinion is dear to us, is: per

3tk will love and cherish the white, that he appealed to the prejudices Sec. by one of the authors of Rejected l the latter which is characterized fectly convinced that our motives wcro

men as their benefactors. Their j of the inhabitants of the Addresses. Sickness. Literary i with wonderful fidelity of resemblance pure and our principles correct.
-
posterity will rise up and call us southern States, in crder to induct I i Intelligence. List of new and fineness of execution -. Speaking Herald of,the Gen Editor, Call of says lit,:" like St. Augustine theEditor -

blessed ; and a communi y of civilized them to make common cause with .;)ubctio4b.4ir; and appears more like a piece I of the Peimeola Gazette, he could

44- aboriginals will exist in the I Georgia in any question, which : Persons wishing to sub- of ivory fattened on the paper it- publish L nothing %%'llichzt not agrcc-able

bosom of this country, as the i might arise as to the validity of S c 'ibe io the above work will self. 'ro'l hose'sheets the subjects to his own feelings, or which could be inJurious -

proudeM evidence of the beneficence this treaty ? He knew how bell: <- jAase (leave their names with, the o which did not admit of a drawing 'fins remark to the"IB interest of his nl sttr.--"
of this hardly worth notccltis
government of an I tive they were to any interference Euiforofthe Pensacula Gazette. l Mr. B. has prefixed a title signifying i well known that a
our masters are
:T unstained national only
:1 of of character, and I Iv' with that species of property by Shaking on Com. Porter's case, their character and con truth virtue, honesty and a regard for the
the power civilization. the National Government, and il.ut tents.The. correct performance
;he Richmond Enquirer, observes of our duty to all;
T4 Before we close this article it is with but if this
excited fears and inflamed uThe : even were not known, we cannot -
present stnlence to
tkl perhaps, necessary to examine passions, they might be induced to :h*. If'ast of it is say performance, as now completed believe that any one would consider
qI two topics, which are incidentally: assent to conclusions severe enough. icflects, we think, under the control of Gen. Call, andurely
which in His greats
conduct in the Foxardo affair he is the
\ credit the only whose
connected with this subject. The their more deliberate on Common Council, I person to interest
moments ought never to have been : the publication of his '
and aride"
permitted on the taste and rejected
;llEi rcaty has been formally ratified I would professionalskill
: they condemn ; and wt.rearthat to unnoticed in t could be injurious."
( on partand it may be objected this topic was introduced to, of pass laws, But there a, government have- of the individuals who. have We now take leave of the subject, having

n' by those who are determined gain supporters to this system of beeu other violations of I: been engaged in its execution. .It i said only what we conceived. was necessary -
j1 t on its execution, that it oppression against the red public law is the intention of the Common to defend our character from un.
mcn, to which the Commodore
r cannot be rescinded without the.' from all who might deem appealed I Council to -.bave each of the sets, merited abuse-we regret the necessity
code
I 4. consent of those Creeks whc/: of morals one as precedents justify himself, I bound in a superb style ; to present which has compelled us to.this, but if individuals
applicable
to
.F questions that ought lo have been noticed one to the General will volunteer to assail us, we
signed it and that the sole tribunal and to
between ,
t ; the whites and preserve shall be
never
another i in a similar deterred from a defence,
and it is for the
way
to judge of its is ; other, having on its title
validity the
to those between men of different those who page: even though'under a threat of having our
senate.- Those who raised this complexions. It is impossible justify the one and con- the signature of ,the latter, among i TH110AT CUT.Territory .
that t demn the
other to reconcile
their the
latter objection, do not advert to this appeal should produce archives the city. -
such
I
the fact, that the ,treaties with the an effect. On the subject of slavery course are not lo exactly the public. -The cases I Mew-York Statesman. of Florida, 1-
parallel. But the -
Indians, though formally sanctioned it is true, our views are differ. conduct of Gen. Jackson = Count9 ofEscumbia,5
'F ) by ttye senate, are rather ent from thoseof our southern bre. differ does not LPm 1 Before me Timothy Twitchell -
I internal regulations, than treaties thren. We declared so widely from Com. Por- &Wc Ib: 8 Presiding' Judge of the County
havq
the
emancipation ter'sbut that both may be brought Court for the County aforesaid.. personally
.
properly so called, which are be or freedom of the who being
ne to the test of the same SATURDAY appeared Joseph D. Davenport,
tween powers entirely indepen : gro, so far as our State laws could I principle. general SEPTE"MBER 24, 1825.. i iOur.Tt duly sworn, deposeth and saith, that
I
dent. It is the right of the house, reach. They,have adhered to an Chelmaford Ma.. ext .. he has been.forthe last seventeen months,(
if it should deem /Jug. 19.The lldmnf'71-\\'e.publish to day Foreman in the office of the Pensacol*
4 necessary, to opposite system. They have node.ire.to Pillars for the .City Market a communication on the subject of the Gazette-that of June
the ninth
at day
: on
extend its next board of
puardian shield for. the Aldermen
force their system upon Boston,.made herearenow on the think that in which we 1825, all the hands in said office were detained ..
protection of the Indians withinour us. We do not imagine that the I way to that our correspondent is not suffi. for a considerable time for want of

: : limits, from all hardship and I Iir national governmenis authorised I feet in length place.3-1.2 feet They in diameter are 21 in ciently speaking definite of the;we, prcsumehoweverthat copy, and that'the reason for not fur.ni.b-'
bartering'ofJhe
,
injustice. The representatives of to pthi. ing them with (assigned to him at
interfere with that l of copy
subject in the lege suffrage he
does
at the
base feet not
,' 2 10 inches I allude to ) that Mrjiunttbe4ditor of said
Jiroe
;
I the people are as much interested I II at States I the election of by
ever in of our
case at the present board "as
except .
topwroughjt with 1 1-4 foot he paper) was,that,Gen. H.. K. Call had requested -
selects .
in the fronr it
of
I preservation: our national 1 actual, or impending rebellion.. eight out of nine of his him : inthe
sweep, and weighing from 13 to ticket: for to reserve place paper
1 character, as the representatives Other opinions are indeed imputed 15 tons. I his ourself we should have liked that weektr a*communication from
it of the States ; andif: they should I to the citizens of this They are dawn. by 22 :from tcket'bettr the bad the whole nine been him, and that be (Mr. Hunt) did not know"the
find as they ,will'in! this case that whenever it quarter, yokes of oxen, on .wheels. 3 feet, 9 words present board-or, in.other: *space it would occupy and must there
had
the be is necessary to rally inchcsjn height, and 10 inches ,in ,' the name of the Editor of-this \ fore wait until he received it., Further
to
: treaty ought rescinded the paper been, left
southern States under: one po width.. These out-we do not desire this deponent saith not.
pillars are ;
-
they may refuse. to carry it ,into litical banner wrought to be elected,* nor are we
; but! the mass of by Capt. Gardner so presump-t; Sworn to and subscribed .
effect. of .Fletcher, ,of tous as to expect to be
The cession a, large the people' of the north 'while when there' are1 before me this ,
Chelmsford.
those
;* Eac pillar already office ,
received I Iupwards with
Tract public landi, and the stipulation condemn \ 'whqm nb fault the22ddayofScp.tember '> '
they slavery and ardently be
found
can
of and who
labor of therefore
are
a S .
yea '
one betfer
1875.
I to paya_ sum of money; desire its extinction still feel entitled to the ,
suffrages.of theirfellowcitzens '
on. When .
.. '! p'er spf it from the rock :- :. DAVENPORT-, -;,
I. ; on this point >> )
v however
felt -
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p adopted by time .Executive, could hare Wngton' Sept. 3,1825.-A letter re- t ... I ; ? S I 5,

removed them without reporting to,.military .ceived atlie.York. from an officer onboard : .
force The act providing: for the the U. S. Corvette"John Adams, :
SHIP'IIV
laying off the town Tallahassee &.c. .a!. dated oft Matimzas,;Aug. 3d, reports that :

lowed the right .pre-emption to ,all Mr. Brinck rbotT. Captains clerk attached ; -
those who had built houses within the limits to the Constellation,died on board that

of the town, previously to the ap. frigate on the 2d August, of Yellow Fe- S

proval fthe Bill which was the 11th Dec. 5
and whcri the commissioners under that vcr.Mtdshipmar Buchanan, of the John Adams *
Tout Or ensaco\a.
net proceeded to sell the lots on the 5th k died om board that ship, on the .;;
6th of April 1825, there were but six S 27th July, of b illious remitting fever. '- S
claimants for that privilege. I I 1 he ship John Adams, and the Flag ENTERED. I '

: At this time the town contains more !I f 1 ship Constellation, were in company off Sept. 17.-Schri Gen.. Call, .
'I Matanzas, on the 3d ult. New Orleans Cargo .11 boxes
than houses of which ;
fifty ,many families are oceu-I'f{ Commodore) Warring being unwilling 2 quarter casks Tencriffe wine, 6
pied by quite large ;
to expose ithe lives of his officers ormen"in shot &7 parcels tin ware to F.

; school noone house house, two for very public commodious worship, Hotels one ;j.r port, i is determined to keep his 75 peices cotton bagging, 3 kegs :

and .I squadron at sea as much as possible. and 1 bundle twine to N. H. Allen. -
seven stores one "Apothecary'sshop J\ation al Journal. bbls. flour, 40 pieces Cotton.bagging '
) ; the mechanics shops are, one Printing ;
Office, two shoe-makers two black. 25 coils bale rope to Stone and ,

smiths, three carpenters, one tailor, three Washington, \\dutpitt 30.-General La- 10 bbls. flour, 4 kegs butter and 500 S

S brick yards &c. Nor Has the country in fayette: now in this City, having returned bacon to the Master. .

the vicinity of the town been less prolific.I on Thuradaj evening from a farewell 20Schr. Philippa, Bdlderas, New .
I visit to the three ex-presidents residingin leans Cargo sundry groceries to
: although the lands were sold at a very inauspicious ;
the middle of: Vi rgi ia. lie will take his departure, Master. I
season, (past
j May) for within five miles of town there in a few days, i in the new frigate, which Is CLEARED.Sept (

:i : : are now over twenty farms, plantations nearly utrnishejl for his reception. : 17.-Schr. Harriet, Maura, .

&c. opened ; considerable corn has been I I Idem. Orleans ; Car,$. 14, 4
raised this year, and one gentleman about 1-.E4Ia.-- Stone and Nisbet and 21 hides by S

; a mile from town has a. small field of sea From\the\; Baltimore American.On and Kushton.
island and upland cotton which appears. the 24th of June I last: in the British 21.-Schr: Bachelor, Pla, Blakel y. y S

equal to any of the similar kind raised in : House Commons, Mr. Hrou lunan concluded ARRIVEp. I

S Georgia or South Carolina. :I a speech on the treatment of the Sept. 19-Sclin Bachelor, Pla, ;
I in the iritishV.lndia Islands, by of
Negroes lafchicola.
O.u'sden which is '
County, separated the"t'
iVMtm st-ith iik nJ't 'st, the increase of its inhabitants a -
: :
1.For the atjmissibility of ,Negro evidence .." ,
fur the last 12 nionths is rising of OF ALDER : S
in all cases, leaving the consideration
: lU'JO; the crops! of cotton and sugar cane
of credibility to the Jury. or THE
much than their
aj prar more promising 2. For the abolition of the punishment City of Pensacola.
111 liii! coi n. J. Javnochan esq. has about ,
ofwomt"n in the field.
4U acres in sugar cane which judges of 3. To prevent the use Dfthe whip ingoacling Silting of the1th September, I ,
that crop estimate a yield from 16 to 17 men to labor in the Held. WHEREAS it is the opinion of

: hundred pounds per acre. Judge Uobin- 4. To no away with the adscription of the charter granted
; : hon near Little river h.s about 16 acres, slaves to the suit. the City of Pensacola, by an act
which is suiJ to be superior to the crops having 23d August 1822, and the '
5. For the prevention ofpersons
; on the Mississippi, and there are several trout office i.f thereto male in the session of the
plantations holding any '
in this making experiments -
; : gentlemen county lative Council otT8J3.jguaranty unto
i by wincn theare aheaJcou- trust, military or civil. '
:
!; Clami its inhabitants, certain .
I 6. And last of all, to consider the best
S : vinced ol its succeeding beyond S Any other means taking slowly, gradually &sau u. and immunities, for the term of S
S : I crop. mnasterand -l-ucs \ tau, I rom the date of said charter, '
J both with respect to iu .
; : that without some act overstepping
I
and pro erttith firmness to
|> ;
person
: : iiin'ts! of the assigned to said
\r c arc informed that two Patents have outrage, such steps as may lead power
- ; ; : ;: lately been taken out ut Wablvn, ton for I repress\\"it1i the most: c: 'du1lucparatlOu, to the por.1t ion of the City Pensac-.ila, the -
i ; City :1IHl1ts inhabitants cannot legally .
improvements in making Urick ; one is anew final emancipation of slaves. .
winch is said I ieprived of any such privileges and t
'i pi.uitor moulding, by it ... :: 00'- '
!. 1 : that t\\',) men and two boys can make result .f the electionfor mimiiiev. THERBPOUE,
: ; ] i J\-e1Ltucky-TI e Resolved by the Board of Aldermen of e -
i is
thirtii, t.'wvsand per clay. Tlie other aS is uoul 62 tot the Old
) J representatives; City of Pensacola, That so mUCH if
pltn tor co.stinoting a kiln by xvhica theVIUK 38 forjthe i'eOut ot the 9
: : Court,and \
1 act of the Legislative Council of this a
\ contents can: be burnt fit fur fronts elected 5 for the
Senators |pus year, are )
: ., ritory, passed onthe 22d December, ;
\\'Ill\i one ihird less fuel!, and in half the Old Courtand4 tor tile New, inciuanb .
tune wiiicn the.5U.lt lu tnod requires. Carneal in latter who voted againsi entitled an act to incorporate the
Mr. llje} ,
of Pensacola and improve the
: S.vjuLl; some enterprising: manestablish a ; time New Cjuurt bill last winter, but,
!br.ckird at this ,1thc above phn, roads in the neighborhood thereof" as :
; pl.tce ( : claimed for it. The *J,oe oeiute '
i i:t now !
the charter ot 1822 is of
peals ,
we have no douot but he might! acquire afiirtmmn.
of about
: consists 17 AntiJudgeUreaicersand
haii'lsuinc .* would be much inoperative as regards this
: as it 21 and several' ofthe
Judge-Brokers
,
I! cheaper and better aiatcrials for building. tort until i it shall be duly accepted by the -.
to vote
;: JaiLer cnus ar< pledged .
: i tizens or by an act of this Board, and i S
restoration of'the Old Court, because
: c
I pursuance of this opinion, as also cia .
: ;rir::r: if a letter from the 'l'reaItlJ'Y Jg- I the counties they Represent in the Senate grounded belief, that it was not the !;

\ I ; fiI"llllr'1lt {> utfilnjtun City, dated July have so decided at: the late election foritepre Lenlionof the Legislative Council to
S J Ijit' 1 25.I ; s>e.t1\'es.-Lex. Reporter. 3d .
: peal said .Charter before the day
.
.
: I Silt-In addition to the moneys which. -J'I! -:. a October next, this Board has gone } i.

: you have been heretofore authorised to From ihe .irkaiuut Gazette to perform the duties they have

I, } leIe in payments to the United StateS, U'IP.d FAiN r ed imposed upon them, and anxious_ : _

: ( i % 0.L :ire mow :luthori..cdn receive the To non-resident owners of Arkan- i promote harmony and to acquiesce in : ,,1I

: i notes uf tiw.or>ied Hanks in the : '_Lund I :."...::- ., .r.orriiz 11
6a ;;! : States of Soii'Ji Caiolina and Georgia: say S BOARD ALDERMEN m
As the time allowed bylaw for the redemption .
\ i which their in
: : tUsrha'ge notes specie on S
: demand, and v. loch are otherwise in good. of tile Military)' Bounty Lands : .
SS'S which were sold for non-payment! of taxes -
; J credit.
;
: : I am very respectfully last fall, in this Territory' wIll expire in City of 1cnsacola.Sitting .
; Your ob't. serv't.SAMUEL a few months: we cOnsiucr it a duty wincnwe S
L. SOUTHARD. owe to those interested, to call their S
attention the ol otthe t.ghSe tembirc; 18515;
U. K.: CALL, Esq. to ojecu Upward ,

; : Jtsctivsr Public .Moneys, TaUau-.nsss. I three thousand quarter sections were sold rntIE undersigned, street or road Corr, ittee, beg: leave to report, That in pu>
: Florida Intelligencer. in Octooer and Aovcinber last, ana unless a suance of your instructions, they have examined and repaired the streets and .

; ; '. CI 4; Dr redeeuicu within txvclve monlns, by payment water courses of your City, and they believe the same is now in good order. ;
t ot the amount ot taxes and costs of of this t
: For.a larticularaccount of the expenditures money. upon obje jour
From the Norfolk Beacon. sale, with an addition: ot one i.uiulred percent committee refer to the Mayor's account herewith
ii' i Key West.-In the schooner Hound, ar- per an'l-ulli. Uwry will be torle te,l by saomitted.Wm.KDavison -
1.\"cd"! Baltimore from Havana, camepassenger the owners. The amount wnicii wad be "

: Lieut. M'lntosh, lately in command required to redeem! quarter:: hecuon, in- Pensacola, September, 19, 1825. 5 Ohatrntam S 1 1A

) at Key West, which place he was dueling costs 01 sale and i& Ci.CY tees,

: : compelled to leave by long continued ill varies about six dollar I to aLbOU,.*gl1hl"l'' nn 0 Q333 .:: S
health. The editors of the American lars. All L mats Silica weiiflmentcd -

lear:, that Lieut. M left Key West: on the previous to the l>t ot June: j It;Ll, have The Corporation of Pensacola in acco'untCltrr- 1rt wit
:
SUm August, at which ti-ne Jhe'inlence of been sold, except ni those c \;: here the .
the fever experienced in July had abated ; taxes have been paid. I 5

; ; ; there being only one death by yellow fever The taxes for time present year have Dr. John J?rmon, Mayor. Cr. '

: t ; the (lay before lie bailed, and two Cases been due for some time, and unless tlu-y: .... ;,
billions fever in the hospital supposed before the ifirst Monday m November .
: are paid For repairing fence By this sum received from the{
; to be dangerous. The favorable next, the 'laud will be sold.- 8 50 City Treasurer for repairinrtII
rou nd public square,
} : change was attributed' by the physiciansio They amount to g 2 4U on eacn quarter trees on do. 6 50 15 fence and planting trees on
c : & few days of cool weather-they were, section, except fur lands lying in Independence planting roads the public square, 15 _
For repairs on
: however, tearful of the return of the fever .
wher tax of 80 un.a
county, a county and ditches, paid for Do. received of do for
should the. weather a ain become
cents levied addition to the Territorialtax ditch-
is :: days work, a 75 20 25 proving the streets,
The in
warm. improvements
opening which makes the lands in
tax on lying 37 loads es, &.c. .125
,, roads, &c. were advancing, and the new thAt county amoun$ to 3 20 tor each do.sand hauling 6 93t Do. received from Geo. W.
in state of forwardness.Lieut. 18t
hospital was a :
section 60 Ihe fees
or
quarter acres. do. mending bridge on Barkley for removing the
: Tupper of Marines, had arrivedat charged bv* the Land Agents for paying road 75 27 931 dirtfrom the old kitcnen on

Havana, was recruiting. in health, and taxes, vary from 50 cenls| to 1 per tract, .: For apling & Block- the public square, .. 5 .
:: xvould probably sail for the United States according to the! number of tracts to be Saragossa for .;...;; J .
ade streets, paid i
in a texv lavs.: attended to. i 145
I I hanling 56 loads bro- _
Off the Havana, Lieut. M. boarded the Military Bounty Linds become taxable ken brick a 181 10 50 Balance due John JenISon, 10 931 J. .

i frigate Constellation: bearing the flag cf at the expiration of jtiiree years from the paid for do. 22 do. dirt :
i.ommodore Wariington. The omcers date of the patent-but if sold before the from Capt. .\lIen's "5 50 S
.,id crew were all in iin health expiration of the.three become '
as wereal.so years, they for 110 .
: Paid hauling ... -
; } \ those: of the U. S. slnp} John Aduns, taxable immediately ''ifter the transfer. loads dirtfrom tb .. ". / '
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i Captain Nicholson. The Constellation The above remark: will enable any per- old Block Houses 20 621. ... 0
'. \\cruising ofi Havana, mid the John Aams son interested: in the :Bounty Lands in this paid laborers for work 2 87A 39 50 5 -

: .; between that place and_the Coloralos. Territory, to ascertain, without farmer For Levelling and.im ,::: J '
.
: .. < The Terrier, Lieut. Cults, was or!' inquiry whether Incur lands have been_ proving public squ ft J -
> IWuvitas, and the }-'ux. Lieut. Wilson sold, or whether theyj i have become taxi paid for 11 day. work ;- S : .
was convoying out of Matanzas. Such bte, and also the sum'which will be necessary on do. a 15 825 .I : -

1 nas been the judicoulf isu'abution of our redeem their lands pay taxes,&c.- a U hauling 3 loads I., S '1: :: \ ".., .'

vessels of war by Com. arrington, that Those residing at a distance from the territory bTr.ber 75 .5'. 5 :
: .
: I. no piracy can well be committed without have nut a momenVto spare-they paid for 5 days work 5 ..
.
being discovered and none has been ought to attend to their lands without de paid for hauling 35 ."., S ro .:,:' : '-
t ..... '
I heard of for some months past, The lay. loads dirt on do. 5 .m; i ,
emit Cutter Florida Brown OC5 The Editor oil] the Arkansas Gazette : '
Capt. had I from CaJt. Allen' 8.75 ,: -, ._ ,. -
; gone, by advice of Com. W. to examine is authorised to Deceive the redemption paid for 6 light wood -. I ."- :. M ", -, : '. .
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Carlo: and Charlotte Harbor and thai vicinity. numey, and giv certificates of redemption -I Posta' So 23. ,25 5 "5_ 5-. S : 3- ,
:
for nearly one third of the For making a bridge '_ J,. -. '-. ;.: :.t..' /;-

Since the passage of the Decree by the tracts sold for non payment of taxes last .on the road le:1d- .. S ,.'., !- .... ., ,., :' .":..., f > ., :.,
I -
S. 1 utenLumt t Havana, rtspectingduties on I fall. He will also attend to Paying Taxes ing to the burying ,. .. .' ..' .. : .."..:.:_ ,'\,
/ I : ; articles trom Key West, the commerce of Recording Deeds,jor any other business 'ground, paid for .!-' ,'.,; ''.. ." :,:. ,.. "j. \ .,.

I the latter place had been completely at a relating to a General Land Agency. I hiuling 12 loads. .: !.... ::;), :r}';'fJt'<" ":r'J.I-I : :.<" -y. .
His fees moderate those of ',,... .....r... ... ,. ". .. -
stand few .
; very vessels had since arrived, are as as : any timber 3 S ." ..S._.';-'" t .---.,..-. ''" '. .?
\ and when Lieut. M..sailed, there was but other Agent, and are proportioned to the 4' for d ..24 .do.sand 450' "r. :, ":_l :'.... ,,.. I.. \, 4

one smack and two or three wreckers in services which may be] required of him. "for do. 6 do.. ,.r', s ,,, .
port. He also ihatjhc light boat He will majte no advances of money, either lime and dirt, &' 25 1 50 # : S : .. ".

intended for Cape Florida, lad been onshore ', for redemption of lands, payment of paid Hughes for build S S : S .. Singbridge ,..
All order .... ., ,.. '. Ii'. '.
abouttwenty five miles from that taxes, or any other business. 25 ., S : '
; On boarded on the subject must be' paid,,and .. .> : r' ,.r', ,.
place. being by the wreckers post paid laborers 'for ex. 1.; '."','1.f, ,. ,,- -
an abandonme nt was found on the contain a sufficient sum'to pay for all the tra'.workon.do..0iI. :36 sp k' : : ..tJ's:

utIle written by thecaptain; who.had, services required either,in Notes of the, For making pavement .S :.f.'., .,.: .::: -' .., \ ,
: sailed in a small vessel for Savannah talc- U. S. Bank or others equivalent to them, \ a Hiutroe'l comer 10" ;- ', ,$'J, _: ; J S
S !
King with him the sails. It was reportedthat or they will not be attended .to. Letters "do. 'docornet' of : .. : ,' / ''. ,-.: : .' .j,,ifv.. J". .. S

the. wrecicer. had hauled the light should be addressed td,'Wm. .E.. Wood. Pallafox', and Sara- ( .. ... ;- .' <' : ,

!. boat oil; and had brought ncr to .anchor,: ruff Little Rock, Arkansas.Territory." EtJuzatrocts, .3 ,::75 ." ;'., ,:- S.. t.. :.,., ". .. .7' I
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uninjured i it was said,'with the exception -.' \ .. S I p 5 :;.r" _
of some of the copper torn 'off. The Great ,lfortalitN.--OUt; of ft. populationof S. S S. S S S ', ;'E- S

wrecker had arrived at Key West to procure 2099 inhabitant in jthe township of "' S'S,

sails for the p'urp'of taking the Albany, and .Greenwich, (Pen.- no lias S ,gl55 :931- .. &155 93J: <'
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.5 light boat to that place. than! 110,persons died Dysentery in the 'r '

Lieut.. Payne,'-was left in command at CUUI'IC.of. .even wee .-JV.r, Even PG,'. Said.'import WM accepted>> the"a cot: italbWed, the .committee' isciiiget., M (

: Key West,and: was in good health. Acting th.::Mayor wiautlionsedtodfw; for: the<< .balance:due hum : And..further' it wadirectedtlibe '. ,:.
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,Master Harbe' ,had recovered :'rCpoandZccountfONbqPU111. -
Sailing Appointment: ,by the Prtfx&enfcr-Danl. ,. :
from the. f ActU1g.Surgeon Ran 8onth,of VII1mto be Judgeof the'U. ./'''' /:'' ':'FpU ': Atf4st "' : ,N..:8.P&rant1eri4rf .1:
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dolph, and 3urgeonV: MateBrowningwereattefldilgatthe .,. 8. for the WesternDs1 rictof; Virginia, in I ', # 5 5 ;ecr ;ir31d.t'

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i 4 .POETKJ4IPS_ : they'.clfrp wcxiingviiher Upon the. For carrying Mails t ofViKe UnlteS $tale $ EP ATE Proposals will J>e*, receiv.: UE'PriCepfftour b nt !65ap

: --".. 'r I --"""' worthy Alderman !-.V. Y. C. 4d. on the rou Post Road*, will be rc. i ,ed'at: this'Office untiHhe, first day 'Of, 'u. barrel. the te-Cf-bread: shaft bt et
4e from the ational Journal. in the'City from,this clay 37 ,
ceived the GCJ1e Post Office ; October n x'tf r the ,delivery of Prori.' ouncesfora bit

i Lafayette en Amerique. 'Wellsaid lr. Secretary.Goul- of Washington.until Saturday the I sions for the use of the Troops of the linked By.order of the Mayor,

PAR BSRANGUI.AIB. 15th day'October next,inclusive. States,to be delivered in bulk, upon : :N. S. Parmantier. '
born to laborer who was repairing '
a
r Siixante ans it nefaut re- I$ FLORIDA. inspection as follows :
SeCrctil.
some fences near Dublin Castle Pensacola by the county '
J mettre. 122. From Jit Peiuacola. Pensacola,June,10th, 1825.:1oT111. w. ,
1 what do you propose to ask : seats of Gadsden, Jackson,' and .Walton,' 600 barrels of pork .' -
; S'avance? -
I i Republicalni quel cortege of Mr. Canning when he arrives to Tallahassee. once a week. 1250 do of fresh fine flOir --
s Un vicur Guerrier barque parmi nous
Tallahassee Monday7 6 ,
every
Leave 800 gallons of good rroofwliiskey .
of
Vie il d'un roi vous 1'alliance ? here P The suppression pigeons
jurer
at Pensacola on Friday To '
a. f1' and arrive 550 oushelsbf good sound beaus intruding settlers and
4 A t'i} des rois allume Ie courroux J of rabbits, and of parsons,' others
8800 of hard
bylOa.nz.Leave who
pounds good
soap commit waste
E t-il puissant ? Seul it franchit.les,ondesQu'a was the reply.C Why, really'this Pensacola every Friday ,t 2 p. 4000 do of good hard tallow lands. on the public
il abrisf des fers
t'il done fait ?
is a strange mode of classing m. and arrive at Tallahassee on ,Tuesday candles,,with cotton wick,
immortelle 1'homme des deux
I : 4 Gloire a them.' Nay your honor, it is by 6 p. m. a 140 bushels.of good clean salt THOSE lawless persons whoa_: guilt;
inondes ,
184. From :Tallahassee by Sewaney 2250 gallons of good cider vinegarOne on lands o tbe United

.Jours de trio phe clairez. runiyere: clear ; the first devour us in the Ferry and Dill's to St. Augustine, once in fourth on the first day of ,June, States, and committing waste' ,, public I

seed, thc second in tin ,blade, and two weeks 237 miles. 1826. : timber; are hereby notified,'that rnta 1urf'I I
: Europ enl putout sur ce rivage, have been taken for
third in the sheaf. other Wednesday a rigid
the Leave Tallahassee every enforcement!
retentit clameurs One fourth on the first day of October of
;Qui joyeuses i at 6 a. m.and arrive at St. Augustine ,'1826, the laws of the United States in such case ,
Tu voia r6g er,sans trouble et sans ser..s Florida )
< Cantonment Brooke ) mad and
the 6 provided, they are
by hereby
on next Monday p. m. One fourth on the first, day of December or
vage, September ht, 1825. 5 'Leave Augustine eveotlerTueay d red to desist from such offences forth":
1826.
La paiz, lei lois, le travail et lea mccurs, WILL receive proposals till the 20th with otherwise will
be
they
1 I d at 6"a.. m. ami arrive at Tallahassee And the remainder on the first day prosecuted
Des Opprinils ces bords sont le refuge, December ensuing, to furnish the the next Sunday by 6 p m.NOTES. of March 1827.It to the utmost rigor of the Jar;.
,
,;' La tyrannic a peuple"nos deserts ; troops of the United States' Army, that Given under my hand, at the
is understood that the p.ork to be city. Of
L'homme et droits ont ici Dieu
l es pour or be stationed at Cantonment the 24th
are Washington, of
may day March
1. The Postmaster General may expedite contracted for is to consist of an entire 1823
Juge, with fresh beef from the 1st '
fq Brooke day ,
)I : Jours de triomphe Iclairez l'univers! o January 1826, to include, the 31st day the mails, and alter the times (for bog to the barrel, except feet, legs'; ears.aJ'ld Geo. Graham/

. of December, 1826. arrival and departure, at any time during snout, which are inadmissible. ommisioner of the General nJ OfKff. .
de bien- tre the conti.iuance of the contract, he paying Should the hog-be of less weight than H-UJ.' '
:Mais que sangnous coulace The beef will be required 'to be delli
an adequate compensation for any cx2 pounds, the deficiency is'to'be made _
.
Nous succombions, Lafayette accourrut; vered.to..the troops two days in I 'I.
tra expense that may oc occasioned there up ,of good fat side pieces. No more \,, HASELL iii'I'
Montra la France, un Washington pour week (the days to be designated) in such ; I .
And he reserves the right to abridge than head allowed to barrel of ,
S maitre by. one a
auxntity as shall be requisite for their rations draw deeds bills of'sale
.. any contract made under this advertuwp ork. The contractor may, at his option WILL p0w.
4. lALtta, vainquit et 1'Ang1ai&.disparut. on each of attorney, bonds &c.
dale in
I ment when he thinks it proper, and to deduct exclude the hams'ami m. ke tue th:
.. Four son pain pour la liberty sainte And I deem it necessary to apprisethose the up most approved forms, and attend to
ratio
from the at with ajv
compensation side .
deficiency pieces.The :
11 a depuis grandi dans lea revers. tI who choose to oiler to contract good other writing which be
may paid under thel! contract, for !lessening the candles to be made of good hard may committed to
fers d'Oltoutz cfikcons 1'em-
Des nous for the supply. that the beef will be required hallow im, with promptness and '
: accuracy,
duties of the contractor. t with cotton wick. and
preinte to be thereat which the marketcan on "reasonable terms his
2. 'I'en minutes shall be allowed, for opening -: The pork, beans, flout.'h.iskcJ', salt 1 ; situation u>
1'univers !
Jours de triomphe edalrcz afford, and. particular attention must the clerk's office renders an ;
:
application
and tuc snail at all! offices
closing
and vinegar must be delivert ii in
strong
; be had to the butchering thereof as a rigid to him convenient fur those ulmniav

Ce viel ami que bnt d'ivresse accueiUe, inspection of it will always be made where no-partjcubr\ tune. is specified. and securebarrels, and the soap and candles about to execute any instrument of be.
I 3. For tL ''. minutes': delay writing
: Par un heros ce h ros adopt Persons offering to contract, will make every ) in strong and secure boxes of a convenient which i is to be recorded.
(unavoidable accidents 'xceptt'd,]) i in arriving size for 5
:B nit jadis, a sa premiere feuille their proposals m writing, sealed and directed [ transpoitatio.i. --- .
after the time prescribed in any The pork, whiskey, vinegar,and flourin --
J/arbre naissant notre hberte" to me at this place, stating the
I cpiitract, the contractor shall forfeit five i seasoned heart of white-oak barrels Pensacola tiook
Store.TUST
Mais aujour'd hui que 1'arbre et son feuil- rate per pound, in a-single bid, for which .
dollars and lithe continue until
delay
; the pork in barrels full hooped.The .
.IageBravent will furnish and they shall be informed -
they --, ---
the departure of :any depending mail, provisions are to be inspected at ---
en paix Ics foudres et les hirers, ofth of their received"
acceptance pl'OpOsals
I I whereby a trip i is lost, a forfeiture of dou the time of the delivery, and the 'contractor ptr.llrig St. Cblr, di9 i.
,
11 s'asseoir fertile
: vient sous sun ombrage either letter from
by me or on from
perb le amount allowed carrying Hie ? reel New-York, and for taica!
the
to be liable for the of inspecting $
Jours de triom he Iclairez 1'univers I % to Cantonment expense -
fc sonal me, at
: application
mail one trip, shall be incurred, unless it and all other expenses until above, an additional: assortment Book ,,
above mentioned.
Erooke, on the day shall be made to that= the delay among which are the following
appear they are safely delivered at such storehouses
Autour de lui, vois nos chefs vois nofc sages John Lt.
p ; I Page, wa occasioned by unavoidable! accident ; as may be designated by the United NEW AVOliKS.Uothelan. .

i Nos vieux soldats se rappellant! ses traits; Jlssft. Com. Sulsiatence. in whicti'case the amount ofpa tor a trip States'Agent. Theprevilege is reserved -: a Romance oldie English I's.

VoiB'tout un peuple, et ces tribus sau- NOTE-No proposals will be received will be forfeited. to the United States of increasingor tones,

;, ".- after UK J.9th December, the day previous 4. Persons making proposals are required diminishing the quantities to be deli- Stanh! pe's Letters on Greece, in 1823

A son nom vages seul, sortir de leurs for ts ; i to the one limited. to state- their prices by the yearThose vered, one third on giving 60 days prcvious and 1824 with Documents on the (rl'C
23.-t20d, vho contract will receive their notice. Revolution anil the life of .'
L'arbre sacr sur ce concours immense, .lust.LZ.:''''
pay quarterly-in the months of May, No advances will be made in All
.: : :Torme un abri de rameaux toujours verds any case ,

Les vents au loin porteront sa semence, TJlKhN 'UP August, November and February, ne whatever, but payment will be made only Buchanan's Sketches of the North American

Jours triomphe clairez 1'univers month after the expiration of each quar on evidence being produced at this office Indians, with a plan for their nicHor.U'on -

0; AnCORuittel\ to Jail, ter. of the inspection and delivery. ,
5 No other than a free white person It is understood that at all I
expressly Thcodoric Tale and
other
,
a Poems
: Servit L'Europden des rois que suivit frappe des ces cpnquerans paroles ; I In the City of Pensacola, shall C. be Where employed the to carry intends the mail. con-... the depots and stations, the salt is to be homas Campbell, Dy

Un peuple esclave encensait ces idoles, proposer received by.measurement of 32 quarts to, The Cook's Oracle, containing KcctlpUfor :
'; On the 19th Instant, vey the mail in the body of a stage carriage the bushel.
Plain Cookery, Stc. &c. &c.UiogTaplIy .
des honneurs
.t Un peuple librc a plus .
I he is desired to state it in his
proposals When bid is and notice
a accepted, of the liritisii:
the
grands AS I&CN&W) : Stage being
and the must be of sufficient -
stage
Helas dit-il et son ceil sur les ondes, ; thereof given to the person making the Lives; of the priucipal Actors andc
size, unless otherwise expressed, to bid, refusal or neglect on his to give
part
Semble chercher des bords lointains et tresses; ,
S chars, 2 Negro Fellows, viz. conveniently couey seven offer passengers. good and sufficient security within rca The History of Matthew aW, by tl.e:
,l 7 Every proposer may in his bid, sonable time to be this department
Ou la vertu rapproch les deux mondes, specified by author Valerius &c.
( :!(DmmC to make improvements in the transports it will then be at the option o!F llatfaiu'a View of
Jours clairez 1'univers the
.:;4rt triomphe 9 ion of .hc mail, from the terms invited, i this to consider the contract ,, Luiope, tluilnj(;
department
:Middle
.CI .:e- .. cither the mode of it Ages
five feet six: and an half inches as to transporting ,.I forfeited, or not. The Spanish
Daughter,
SELECTED.LINES the speed required, or the frequency ol :
q' Ihe high, has lost several his upper It is required that persons making The HuniMi Heart,
teeth, a round scar his the trips per week-\\hich shall receive who this department
on proposals, arc unknown to Tfte Higjan! ;:
; ON HEARING A LADT SING THE right leg, and a long soy on his due consideration. should accompany their bids occnes. in I.:.uruJ>e, oC..iCS(' .In.A me'lC:%.
right foot, next to his little toe The number of the post route shall be letters from '
POPULAR bONG, ; by recommendator gentlemen The lllank liook ufa n.iii Colleger,

I Come rest in this bosom my own stricken t first he says was occasioned by a burn, stated in every bid, and the proposal must, respectability, or wno are known Living Play, 't'', oth, utll.r. ?ti;, bth, ?U..
be sealed and directed to the Genera
deer." and the latter by a cut ofa broad-uxe. to the government. and 10th volumes,

Some spirit from Heav'n secm'd passing Post Office,and endorsed "Proposals" It desirable that all proposals made,
ll'ictttcntinn must be to the TOGETHER WITH
m w given be sealed in and
along, :i seperatc envelope,
I '9 endorsement, as it is not intended to PalE's'ork complete, in 5 \ols.
. That whisper'd each word it- could catch marked "Proposals for furnishing Army
five feet ei 'Jjt inches has Hollins Ancient History, 3ols..
high, break the seal of any proposal 1 until the subsistence."

from thy song; I a scar on his left arm, which he time for receiving bids shall have expi Plutarch's Lives, 8 vois.Jo&ephtis's .
I bids will make
'Till warm'd by the beam of thy soul-steal Persons making two
says occasioned by the in- red. I >X orks, 6 vos. .
ing lay, I sets ofproposals, one predicated 01* being -
noculation for the kine pox ; no 8. The Postmaster General reserves toI Hamilton on Pflrg.Lti\,
in funds the other
It melted like snow in the sun's piercing paid Western ana
other identifying m l'ks. himself I the right declaring any contractat in drafts on thedepsjtment Arnistrong on Tj.hus l:evcr,

4. ray. CICERO s&ys; that he is fortyone'years an end, whenever one f ihu' ..happens, on receiving payment Atlantic Miner and Tully on Fevers,

ot.>l arid that he was sold by the Sheriff which amounts to the less of a trip. Washington or some Orhl&'b Practicnl Chemistry, by Case,
* Oh I why did it melt in a moment like City.
District South Powelon
this Sumpterville Carolina, 9. The distances stated are such as have (Jonti'uctyj

4 as the property of Richuid Riclgell, to been communicated to this office! and GEO.GinSON. Morse'i Xt-\v Gazetteer,
When soul had 'd the General of Subsistence."SHERIFFS .
just reac bright Commissary
my Captain Joseph Richbaugh, who sold hia} some of them may be incoirect : On this -- Walker's D.ctionan CK'taxo and Pocket

*; regions of bliss ; to a Mr. Richardson. I subject the contractor must inform himself SALE. Milton's Works vol::'. gilt! ,

4 I When. my eyes spoke the feelings -thatthrobb'd ; BYNAM says that he is forty-three ,. \ :-the Departmentill not be answerablc hompson'.t. Seasfni vo!. pit: ,
in
my heart, years old, and that he belonged to Chas !5 i for any mistake. Su/ierior C'curWe tit Florida. Ut-at1tit of 'ijr.ktr-jjita.re, tto.Hervev's .
And told THEE I love thec whatever
1
n thou Bronson, Sumpterville District S. C. and 10. No bill shall be withdrawn after the Sarah Boon, Admt'x") CalJpldPs Pc.&::.:s, C:" .

ait. was sold by the Sherifl'to a Mr. & ':nitli. .1 I I I time for r.-ceiing bids siall luvc,cxpired, vs. C fie fa, MeJ/tatio: dPilgrims' ->.

.. 'Tis music like They both state that they were run offfrom ana should: any person: retuse to take tit;. Nathan Shacklcford.jBlf Pui.jrc.s3: do.
lures
' The heart that thine.that tear of kind into love, South Carolina by white men, \\hoj!J I contract at his$ bid, lie shall l b- held rei virtue of thia! : execution, I si.allro. Pope's W o'k..J; :i \ ul Is. do.

no pity can. sold them in Alabama, anu offered to'I i Bponsibie to the Department, for the dif\ ceed to self at Public Auction for: I Lights; & bliatlu\v&: of Scotts! Life, do.
move ; them one hundred Collars each to '' fercnce I I cash, on Tuesday: the'irst day of Novetni i I ,
JTis iike thine that from say nothing between; his bhf f, und th'u.Lt'iid' ..I _.t V
'. tr.u&ic,be can bring about it, but -were obliged to take the contract shall.! be made. i.kt,' /:\.. .> i;.! her next, at 12 o'clock, at the Cent 'I\ The Sorrows cf Werter 6 J Vocal SUindsrd,
sy, them back and refund the I House in Pensacola, ther foSiouj! real I ,
.
receiv bids shall l ig; ;
money on be made k.iovnr i |
tt t.
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A bliss wruie: o ,
.ve live, and c ca.n vhcn :- ; u:"': r, Paul :lihl Virginia,
cd for them then .state occupied; b \\ McVox
we de. ; they left them with i 17th of October, Tne.s."i. ','! .: < i :uv now ) m. \\'illu.n 1'eii, Uuili\C'I-'. Travel, &c.&:.
auotner; white man, who brought them to I contract \\itHoip' t.1 I"<. rcii: si.f t ( l'->-t-I:!.: vz :-\Jlthc remainder of the unsold laiuli '

t1i..lcoia. master li'ld.I r. shall forte.it ituul ill i ;In the Tact of eight num'.red i arpents, ad- 'HR i!, '
Then Udy, n 'er let that bright snilebe together with the stock Iierctofore on ,
oVrcast, x ,% F. S. Chapman, all oa-sc1* \/iitie app ;catoa 11- :...i....e ..1de ''.jo'ning to this City: on the east and front iv.uul, con'pse"er e.t'ii5iveawlf.t'ner.xl :

By the dark cloud of sorrow I'm.thineto F. t..mh k* J t C fIJ tnt;; terms must be-iiiii\. !. :'/;; on Pensacola Bay, granted to Francis- assortment of books} and will! o*
,
L'omrayns '
'the last ::Hattc!. co Morer.o, and conveyed by acts o'salt-
; s.old\ at the Nexv-York for ct h-
For the words of thy song are deep City Constables, 11. The co f "a'tsre to be in operation to this defendant ; together with all the : prices
gra Country Merchants and puh'Iicorpritatv
Pensacola,July 22d. 1835 2l tf. the first 'ie improvements, consisting ofI'm
=
tit and
4 ven on my heart u. jaisua/y next, : continue Libraries furnished on the most libeul{

I "But know that I love thee whatever one ytv.r.; and
THRKE DWELLING terms, and such books as are ordered
I.t1I1o141. ..
thou ,
art! 1liJinTt'heau
I ale not on hand, will be procured with as

I ..... Pursuant .0 an order of the Honorable ,i Ijv.ru3tcr General.. ; HOUSES, little delay as possible. Orders from adistance

.1 THIS WORLD'S NOT ALL A rtcErrira snow. General sWashington I will be as promptly fended to
Past-Office, .iriuses. '
: This orJd's.Ie not" all County Court of JacKson out &c. &c.alscTpneother '. Ii and *
a fleeting show, Ol',July 14, 182J.1NOT10E i.: meet with the same liber.11itySel"ional
I -And of .
tract land
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; l11ao'8.lIuPlon given ; WILL BE SOLD containing application.W. '

lie that hath booth'd the widow's wo, eight hundred, arpenta on Durand' : Hunt

/ Or wip'd the orphan's tears doth know- To the highest Bidden ( Bluff' Escambia County, granted to Antoine Hasell ,

fir S Collins,and by.wrnconveyed.tQ this April 12th,'1825.
There's something here of heaven. the first hereby given That, at the next term ,
ON Wednesday after the third feft of the Hon. the County Court, 1 will defendant. s 1

; And he that walks life's stormy of in October nest, at the pI sent the accounts and vouchers, and Also t.\\o other tracts of land, arljni ning NOT\CE.
way town
With feelings calm and even, said Chipola, the Seat of Justice for make a final, ttlemegut of the estate ot the last mentioned granted to Lewi.,? (;-tg.

' Whose path Is lit, fiom day to day, Town.County, a part of the lots of said biles Newton; ,'late of Pensacola, deceas I net and 'Nicholas Lopez, and bythem >C\ LL persons indebted to George C.

- By virtue's bright and starry ray, eu. 'I. 0 conveyed to this defendant, containing 4STJL Tod are requested to make FY

Hath something felt of heaven. Termi of Safe-Ten per cent. in ad. John de' la Rua eight imndred arpents each ment to the subscriber, who is 'his 02

vance, the. balance iu six and twelve Seized atjthc suit! aforesaid, to pay the legal attorney,,and authorised tocharge. give ;

: months. sldmimstralor.Feb. of thousand ****
sum seven three Imndred
. He that'the Christian's race hath run, 24th 1825 and r, "
And all his foes forgiven,. Titles will be made on the receipt of -51-tf. thirty-nine dollars, 82 cents, with interest .; T. Twitcbell

Who the last jfeyment. and c stand will be sold to
measures out lite's little span 81'iTIONARY.jlUST satisfy the Pensacola"Aug., 29273t.
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1. In love to God and love to man The town of Chipola is situated same. -

'On earth hath tasted heaven.* western bank of the river of the on the received and for sale at the Pen p W. Davison .
same Qa Clock & w atenla'k.et.
,
la
Book
name, at the head < Store, a small additionto
navigation
and ad- the : ShejfE.. .
County.Sheriff's
assortment of
joining to rich and fertHe lands Stationary before qn THE SUBSCRIBER,
.M.1 Sl G on a hand Office Pensacola
ha d orae eminence consisting of OIhI
commanding a view Letter Jul) 2d, 1825.-17-lathis.\ ,re-commenced business at his
I of the country round it, and the Paper, plain and gilt edged, : HAS: where be.
Palafox
street.
\t A Scotch ,newspaper tells the health. and good water is not surpassed prospectof L Blank.Paste Board Books, assorted:: sizes, :W \\ ot" e'a-r., Sto e, will attend strictly on to all business in hiS

following anecdote of the by section of the Drawing paper,
celebrated any Territory. Extra fine bed inc. He is grateful for the former,ptronaje

udvocatt, Mr. John C.*.k. Mr. : Thps. U. .Hull: Japan Sand Boxes Sealing, Wax, DOCTOR TmifIS, J9 BELL, of the'PubHe and begs a continuance

: C. while limping down the high : 2)ep. CUr. C. C. Kidder's Durable Ink, ncL? RESPECTFULLY! informs the Citi- of favors, as he'is determined that no '

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street Edinburgh from the Court I Jackson County. Camel' Hair Pencils. ta ts.of the and 'the inhabi' pains'shall be spared in future, to pleas ,
neighboring CU5'
that
country, he those who favor him with their
TheEditors
ofthe may
of Florida .
Sessions ALSO
overheard Intelligencer is now ',
a lady opening an assortmeT0'Jewelry.
assortment of fresh
i young will give the above insertion A few dozen Webster's. 0 torn. He has on hand an
an
: whisper. rather once a L Spelling o $.
too loudly to Iconsp'znioD month untiU the day of sale, and forward I _fensa ola 26th July, 1825. lirugs:'&.Medicines' .
Thai's the their John 'Wh fe.
famous
account to the Clerk1 Office 'in >

John C*. U, the lame lawyer"- Jtcksoa County,',Florida, -, '(yn.3E..: ton tbree' .doors aboTe)Iessrs/Finiay; kRusb' Pensacola/Aug. 26th, 1825-26-1 :
s,Store, on the corner of Palafoz __
which -
.I Upon he turned round, and .,211amta.INOTIOE. .. ALL .persons having: any demands StTCetaflcthe Bay. > '

trith his WQuted force & perhaps a & the Estate' 'of FttANClSCO :'Doctor. 'Bell ,also respectfully tenders STATIONARY.JpUSTre .

.' little .of:Bot,.unwonted coarseness Jt>ieph.C,, Xeyier.urVvpsjteof TOUAHD, deceased, are he1'Cbyca11: ,1 l I hi* professional services to the citizens of: \': iTedand for sale at the Ttn
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exclaimed, -41 You lie, ma'am'l.i thel Jjuit Ttf thii case upon to present them without delay, and L Fensacoja, and hopes, by hii assiduity and' 30 sacoIa' .Book ,Store? a small I '

late ; has been I all 'persons indebted to said.Estate,-are *tCfltito merita liberal share of their ,men, t:of
am a lame roan, but not a lame fin pf John &Jos., Hnstituted and a '
'i
qualitt'LeIti
; I.w r. "N M4. 'J.., .1'i i 'writ; of attach; < 4 i D. ., Pensacola '.quills,':superior .

t .b 'e rI: ;.. VI. eu'" issiied, :' --- OJTINAPensacola :> -- ,Sept., 1st, 1825-. ,ri 4t... : Paper Wafers,
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; .lWmUSbeld .gWMttbegoois 'I. ,- Executor.1st. "' d

,The Boiton Ccotiacl' atatcs i hat t \db1eii; *iEhig&ad ere*tao the eiid L ., Sent._1825;-w 2T.8t.. .. .. : 'aUtrangeiiietit. : Ink Powder' ,'. black, ft re
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lderma1lBo t'Vtial been Addedto ,rhThe flid writ :w"returnable' to >r> M .. .IfI\\VE\ iT6u r; '3" )1. .. 'Sca1ij :and

the County $ TlNG1 .;IiI',ClocnPdayiM: .
the C mftttc on the fire Department Court 'of Eteambia Count f I .
,October Term, 1835. )' It ROb #; itchfell L ,Office Tape.,. *
of that city. What a zectitett'1Yiii? nealneas{ and dis-. Hunt

Aug.th,182526 6t. pft tci at, this 'Office rn' ,Post !Jaatcr.' I / W. Hasell
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\, !'en3acola July! 3Otb,18 $ : a.
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,.May Uth 185.'i .
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