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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: October 1, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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VOL., II. PEX8ACOLA 8ATUROAY_ 'jOCTOBBtt 1, _t82 .,.;, #d: .. ......... .No. 81.; t
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PURLlSBllD srssr .i4TURDdr, I Laws of \ors\ to I II y* by the members or officer* \pan thereof being '.thereunto> re* 1

BY'V. HA6ELL HUNT I i t [I ; rreor, to do and pfrform 'alt quested by the taid
An act to incorporate tfie PmbyteHan hi iDgS,- ,which 'are customarily shall knowingly, make a. falle ,or f

Son EDITOR AND PnoPBtrroSt, Congregation of the City of SU>Augus' : and performed hY'.in orp fa- improper return, he or she shall -
fubtiiher of the Lav*of the United States tine.
and of the Territory of Florida. Be it enacted by, the Governorand not bodies of ike-tiatere. be,fined ,in the sum often dollars,
SUBSCRIPTION Year 5, Legislative Council of he I Sec. 3. .!And be further enabled, ; to be recotered-'beforefShy.justiceof iF
Half year 3,. I the : 'entitled the of the .
Ed. a c .n act to peace county one
Florida That
Territory of ,
r
Quarter year 2, cieY half to the ate of the informer and
Single paper twelve and an half cejits. win R Albert,,Elias B. G ou Id;E li tor) .b -
in the of'St. the other half the of
City to the
) Augustine, use
in
Subscriptions payable advance. as \\ allen, William R. Taber, '
AOVERTlsll'Every' advertisement : and John Alden Trustees, and passed July 3d 183,4beand the county. -"
than twelve lines firs is hereby led. Sec 7. Be it ,
staking not more repe further enacted
their successors in office be and >;
insertion one dollar,each subsequent insertion dy Approved December 17th; 1824.) That every receiver shall be allowed
remain for the term of thirty I
fifty cents; longer ones at the same
as a compensation for taking
,, rate. Rule and figure work double price years, a body corporate, by ceed act to prevent burning over of lands the said in his I
County
for the first insertion. Amounts due for the name and the style of the except at particular seasons. census ,
advertising payable always on demand. Trustees, of the 'PresbyterianChurch to Be tt enacted ty ,the Governor a sum, .nut less, than one dollar,nor.> 1 j ,
liberal deduction made to those who more than five dollars for _
A every c
of St. Augustine and that nd, Legislative Council of the Ter
advertise by the year. huridred inhabitants, as be i
All communications to the Editor the said Trustees, and their successors that qFlorida, That from and the : may i

&ist be pod paid,or they will be attended in office be and remain invested shal lt I the passage of this act. it prescribed by county courts .. \
be of the
respectively to out
paid 1
o or not, as suits his convenience. with all property.r,s rso not be lawful ,for any person
: : treasuries of the said counties re*
: nal & mixed,which now is or here over persons :o burn over)any of the {
BOSTON BJLRD. and spectively. And,any receiver ,failing
after may become vested in or be- or private. Jands""ithio thiserritory
with the
to comply requisitions
N lragitggallon due the said in the of
to months
or congre except
of this act shall be fined in
.
PR fsPfJS.J1.LS70R sioQ
to have & to hold the same and April ; and in the :
thrum of one hundred dollar, to
PUBLISHING BY SUBSORIPTION, fur the use and !benefit of the spid said nthl of August und September, '
be recoverable before court of
THE LIFE OF THE Presbyterian Church ; and the in those months notice shall any
record : one half thereof Co the use
"lsrrND.1 \ ." I said trustees and their successors given to tne neighborsresiding I f the informer, and the other half I
shall be capable of suing or being two miles of -the place
: WITH JL PORTRAIT BT DURAND. to the use of 'he county.APP .
,.. .. 1- sued, in their corporate name, and the fire is intended to be rove Decemb'er 28tb, 1824
; *
In youth,1 saw the rugged road of using all necessary legal measures ,
My feet were doomed to tread ; for recovering c bee. 2. Be it further enacted i }
any proTertywhich ) Ai>act establiihinj a Ferry over the river 4
And sane,1 took niistortune's.lead.And \ the said congregation may f nat if any person or persons, Suwanney.
t
bared to Heaven head.
my claim of and be found \cit enacted the Governor '
or demand, and recovering : burning the public by

To the rubttc.JHE the same, or any part thereof, said private lands, contrary to the and Legislative Council of the Territory

t with power* to make all lawful do )rovision of this art, he, or they, of Florida, Tnat Reub-.a I

frequent anxiety requests expressed of by friends the public and rules and regulations necessal Y St offending shall be subject to aine ; Charles bej and he is hereby vested !

( generally; to become better acquaintedwith for the good government of tilt j not exee ding thirty dollars. with all the right, and charged

the history of the. Boston Bard," said congregation.Sec. held stripes not exceeding thirty in with all the duties >f establishing(

/ has, fct length, induced him to attemptthe 2. Be it further tn,.cted, the at the discretion of the and keeping a ferry: at the riper '1

. publication of his life, together with That an election of five U'Utl:et:4, he :ourt5 the money so collectedihall Suwanney, at the point of intersection
a number of his Which arc necessarily
poems for said church shall be hrid not be of the main road which
,
9 t attached to the narrative. Miscon- once oaid over to the count ,.
I;jji r-cption; .of character, unmerited censure, in each and every catender: year, rout subject to the use of thebounty ''now is, or may here tft. r be. ",ta-

{ loss of health, and the great uncertainty by a majority of he white mule : Provided, however, that bUshed, and leading froir fdila-

t of life at any time, have each had a due members of said church. ,) ) part of this law shall be so con hussce to Picolata, and ine said

!I influence in hastening his termination. Sec. 3. Be further enacted thy Reuben Carries, his heirs, trxer.u-
as to publicurveyors
:' And, if variety's s the very spice of life," prevent ,
the readers of this wrk will find their :, That if the pi-opt-rly of the said : from making such burns tora, aaibifitstrbtors,* arid assigns I

rf\ mental repast sufficiently' seasoned; to church shall, at any time, .exceed the s may be required for the prose- be and remain for the term. of ten

| please even the palate of an epicure I I the value of thirty thousand: dollars of their business, or to pre years vested and charged with the
:; excess 2 case, burning lands cleared for cul- :
? and those of !his father's house, began in I 1
i accrue to the Territory of Flori been Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, ;
the cluldhuud' of the author these calam..1
)
: h
;1 ities and grit"fa, !therefore, are not of late da. this Approved December 28tK 1824. That it shall be unlawful for any t *

begetting; there must have been a causeforeign i JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ, S ? -....- other person or persons to esta 1 }t.
to hi'uself; that cause shall be President of the Legislative Council. bUsh or keep a ,ferry within five j i
made known with a Hue regard In the SAAIL. FRY, Clerk. act to provide for taking a census of !
feelings ofthe living. Except my mo- (Approved, Meceinber Ira 1824.J the population of the Territory.Be miles of the ferry by this act 'pro* t t

ther, sister and brothers, 1 stand indebtedto WJ1. P.DUVAL, j it enacted by 'the Governor vided for, unless' the same shall be j
no living relative for any favor whate- Governor of the Territory of Florida.An for his, her,or their own exclusive 1
ver. If the clouds which veiled the morning 1823 Legislative Council of Jhe use,- and not for the, purpose of I
sun of life, have been broken and dispersed Territory of Florida, That il shall I
gathering; or receiving toll. I
if under sett= act to prevent obselete statutes from ; the of of .
; given appellation, duty the receivers tax i I
1 have merited any encomiums for my poetical going into operation in this Territory.Be to take a census of all the Sec. 3. Be it further enacted,
t" and if That it shall be the duty of the j
productions ; those produc it enacted by the Governorand population within their '
tions have a tendency to instruct, amuse, Legislative Council" of the An the't respective said Reuben Charles, his heirs,e'x.

or enlighten the understanding, the kindness '' : \ ecutors, administrators. and assigns -
Florida That
or kindred has not in any manner,nor : Territory of no I Sect 2. Be it further enacted, at all times to.have and--keep ,
at any time,been productive of these e- statute of this Territory, which : the said census shall be taI I '
vents. If 1 have been an hungered, the I has been repealed, shall ever be revived and I I ... at the first time in _the in good repair a fiat boat of auffir 1

Mead of the stranger has Strengthenedme by implication, that is to say, I hundred and jciem' dimensions to carry across
; if weary,on his couch leave 1 repos- if a statute be passed repealing a twenty-five, said river a loaded waggon and
ed, slumbered' and refreshed; to the former the said receivers shall re team, and that they shill be enti- |
therefore, indebted and statute, and a third statute* receive of
stranger am ,ctively returns taxa tied to receive at the said 1'
ferry -
tender him that which I owe no one else, bfc passed repealing the second, the cers : or and a .
gratitude. The heat of the day has been repeal of the second statute shall ) persons of the said property census ;shall be toll at. such rates, and shall be a

borne alone,l1avin!; always been as un ; in no case be construed to revive of subjected to such regulations a* r
willing to aak,assistance i where a refusalwas to the clerks of the county may be establishsd by the .
the first, unless there be and I county
certain, as 1 am now solicitous of exclusively express respectively and duplicates
the of
se court of county Alachua .
words in the ,
i enjoying that credit for my poems said third statute for body shall be made to the Se and the Legislative Council of this
which candid this
think
men may properto i purpose. { of the Territory.
be ow. CApproved December 13th 1824.JAn Territory. ., ,
Boston Bard. Sec. 3. Be it ,1tnlier'enaett dt Approved; December 28th, 1824;;;
the : at the following form and clas
: r
Mount Pleasant,JV, Y .UarcA, 1825.
act to incorporate the Roman Catholic .'
The workill contain about two hundred atioo shall be used and adopt An act establishing a Ferry over the stirrer
pages, duodecimo, printed on fine Congregation of the city of Pensa- and ; l by the receivers respectively, St. John at Jacksonville.

, paper: with a fair and neat type and offered cola. to taking the said census, viz : Be it enacted by the Governorand i
si'bsciibers at one dollar; cash on Be it enacted by the Governor to Legislative Council of the Territory

delivery. and Legislative Council of the such of Florida, That John L.Doggett 1
There will not be a greater number of Names of heads' of families.
have be and he if
Florida
copies printed than what are subscribed Territory of That all the hereby vested
for. free white male inhabitants of the : with:,;all the rights, and charged
ai':: Subscription papers may be returned city of Pen aco.la, belonging to the said Names of white males over 21 years. with all the duties of establishing

I' by mail, in an envelope, to the Roman Catholic Congregation in 1- and keeping a, ferry on.. the north .
Post Master Mount Pleasant, N. Y. andit Names.white. males under 21 years.
is desirable tlut the list of the said city, shall be had the Y are and side of the river S:. Johus at Jacksonville
patrons hereby constituted and shall for and thai the said John L.
should be forwarded us soon as pobsible. remain I l
Post Masters and others who obtain and for the term of thirty years ;' Names of white females over 21 year' Doggctt, bis1 heirs; executors; administrators

become responsible for eight suoscriDcrc i a body politic and corporate by t> -- and assigns* be ,and |i
shall receive one gratis. I the name and style of the Catholic Nances of white females under,21 years. remain for the term of ten years

UJT* Subscriptions received at this Office. Tested.and charged with the
Congregation of the city of Pen. sary rights
sacola, and by their corporatename ala Total of white inhabitants. and dude.aforesaid.. .

\.el\iea\ College may sue and be sued, im Sec 2. Be it further enacted)
OF'SOUl'll plead and be impleaded grant, laws ) Total, of free people orc loutTotal' : That it shall be unlawful for any ;

CAROLINA receive, and dof all other acts, as laws of slaves.Total other person or persons to establish
natural persons and may purchaseand or. keep a ferry within five ,

TUB Lectures of this Institution will be, hold real, personal l, and mix 'of inhabitants. miles of the ferry by this"act pro*
on the second Monday of i .
: ".""' tided for unless the
November next, as follows : ed property & dispose of Urc same full : s same shall t
On fruuO,1JI9-Hy John Edwards Hoi for the benefit of the said can grr- style Sec.. 4. Be to further enacted a be for his, her, or their*i exclusive

brook, M. 0.8u'feyJames"Uamu. gallon, and may: have and useseal a i < heads of families- as contem use, and not for tbe'purp lt:

: )', U. D.Irutitutet which may be broken or aired all ; laced 't by' ibis"a i, shall be deemed of gathering rleeivingtollg .
and Practice of.t1edicine.-S. : '
Sec. Be
$
.- at pleasure > f it'f.t'Iut'en< of
Henry Dicksoo, M. u. : be private or.public keepers
,
That it be' the ,
.Shall dety of the
.
Materia Medica. Henry R. Frost, M Sec. 2. Be it further enacted due aing ,tables, whet_ tier' :to board, iitrltl'"Jbbt. .L. '
: Doggutt his heirt
D. That if the ol hou. ,
property or possessions -. for 'houses, private esor o-
.... .. executors administrators
and
.. ,
Qbttetrict and Diseases of Women and In: of the said corporation' or :, assigns
/ Chemistry and Pharmacy-Edmund Ka I at any time hereafter .ex ouy \ ,(Sec. 5. Be it further. enacted, in flat
good-re boat
.
pair a >> sufiI -
.vend M. D. I i ceed ;the value of fifty thousand I = it shall be the duty of,the said' I cient dimensions to acrois. -
JVuiuroHittory and Bota y.StephenEl1iou dollarsexclusive. possessions l receivers to claim and (receifej jof carry
the.said riser at. time- Icradedwag&m
any
a
/ ,
L. L. D. or property now belonging to the and, 'the heads of_ families. rfhd of o* '
aad
S. Dickson I said team;and, ,a suffitientEurhbtr ;
Henry M. D. corporation, then aqd in that .
of
pereoeitiiixatetiabicrithe : canoe.boats to answer,
Dean of the faculty. case ibe excess shall accrue to theTerritory. .1 1'aiitsestbt ,' '
at of..
August 24-29-lOt. famish. parpost tra>ts-
the required port.tlOBfaDcI'; that .they: shall.fee
NOTICE. Sec. 3. Be it further. enacted, in Sec. ';6. Be iTjurt erenacted, eDt" d'to .recciVe .at tsai

John. Wells i |N this case "suit tau That the tovenfrnVht of the said ( That it.shall be the !dut/of: beads 'fcr t;- told.atc. >:rates, ,. fe.I1bJect.to'tK" sMl..

Oliver VI. >JL been instituted and 'a corporation: shall be vested in:nine : of smile,andpeno8: ,..>not belonging ;.regratim- as ..
Clarkwrit of Attachment issued persons,, called; the Church War family; to ; '
to particurar
.*punst the goods and chaUelsi right and pow. :: ; afty s : ; isaybewtablUhed:; tke:cue 17
jrtdits of the said Oliver, which said writ dens of the Catholic' Congrega' ion. q ;. a true estimate to..tie ti re- coon of the ,cototy t lD.YI1t

made returnable to the Superior'Court, That the said wardens. shall be ,the. ctirer.as.aforeudias. .if'any per* the Ugislative CiIztcit ofTerifttory. \hit'
November Term;'1825. annually e'eC'te4as' .herein .after may a shall faiTtOBaake.a rctura: of \, /' '- _

.. Aug. 26th,1925-26-ft. prcecrlbe and shall hare'" oar et= for tea or; Ecraclfand',, f family any: .( mi 1Jet"\ol{ 9tb''1'1 .
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$, iisCBL1.fJl .Y. t "" Mr! VillcRilla! a, letteraddreite'd alerl The General t*l $efltI1tttiwhih iftd.1 1'after ,What'haS t lit,
_r \ : I r the Liberator: and;:.begged lea vi 17 nfcasore"to raise', : } : ; p' 'oUl tn )ie erfelly rtcalliwiincwagtfnst 'h''-
FrotrI 1 14liv4 hteUyenc cr. : "'offer '!his best'. wishes for I I : ; : Ilnr'P : oifi d.nc6i 1
I .fjJr-pcyoft to ; : the thagnaisat: present his-.PrOvCb!>>t1ian: r'- : ,
? !:.: cjzrc.cnufor' >Bo health'of_ that. illustrious 'Chief, by'oomenand'' the 1.ru! ; ..,.nd1L.l1.. ccusts,"; a
Ilv Yesterday at three o'clock '
; and his most hearty good wishes Cartnagena' and Santa l alone 1 has condemned me,it i is no .IIItOny
Gen. Lafayette received Senor Vii. for the and militia of lace to.me,that I bn-c'found favor siLlJl i :
prosperity happiness have a regular Hlll and in.
> ?
or
lenill the Colombian Legation, In the eyes or that
of South America. piLbije
therefore ililio' taking ,
:t wf the gentleman whom we announced w hom 1 tlO cotifidently, : appealed tot :.ttlce .
i; as having ,been sent 'to the me ARLINGTON, 4TH OF JULY, 1825. cautionary, measure we when 1 believed it,was withteld';

tropolis by M. Salazar, the Minister Near Washington City.LIBERATOR. thing to fear from such [ right me, by to those to whom and I thought! I h.-uIU
i .-An American, the even ifintended against complain appeal ;tor,to tin. .
: of Colombia, for the special I. ij-emained silent under !"
adopted child of Mount Vernon I much d.ubt. grave accusaiioa
i : urpose of taking charge of the information to have.yielded without, effort to *
: ;: presents. { presents to you, by the honored The above tect my honor'would have been asforeL,"

E The. General, holding in his | hands of the last of the Generals Clark states was fully to what owed to myself as it would' ha?
hands the memorials of olden j of the Army of North American by the Captain of the been repugnant to my feelings; i0 ha'c"
t
permitted the cloud
Independence the venerable, the New-orlll; Packet, of of censure tn haqp
.. times of old, but never changing t over me ; to have permitted
1 good Lafayette, a Medal, commemorative days out from to be my comlac*
affection : pasted over by
perused, witn deei my accuser, and :
bound London which fir
of and fame of to
the worth after
given
degradationwhcn
*: and feeling interest, the medal 1 believed
the most truly great and gloriousof fpn, the' 17th August off myself innocent, was what, according
and portrait commenting upon men, given by the ancient Capital nia. He also informs my ideas, no mortal), having one spark to
L the recollections of the one, and'the honor Or
or pride in his
of his native State, and preserved i's recript at Savanilla composition, or mv
resemblance of the other and self
4 could
respect, or should
in his family since the War of J m,,,Jr' ratei had the submit to
ti then presented them to M. Ville- I I Nothing, indeed, short of my innocence
the Revolution. With the Medal, ar 'a &, deter'hiirr.ng to : 'I of
proved or conviction
nilla, with a letter for the Liberator Su my of guilt,CoUld
,; addressing at the same time there is also presented to you a wtjoK lUaU }population! satisfy,or ought to have SAtished me T
Portrait of the Father of his ecu! oearing arms under the wished for justice and 1 asked noihinj
few words of to the g
compliment
a lock of hii ha -. sion that this expedition more. asked no fa'urs-no indulgence!
containing
I try, a ;
of South.LAFAYETTE
Hero the 1
was willing to meet the accusation
Accept, Liberator, these offer tined against Colombia. bold_
ly; I bhnink from no investigation
; of
TO BOLIVAR. in s'madetu your virtues, and theb i[:We incline, however I official life, however rigid, and I hare my
: H'aslungton City, 1st September, 1825. illustrious services you have thai this is the J shown no disposition to avoid the penalty

Monsieur LE PRESIDENT LIBKRA.TEUR: dered to your count. y and thr; ment theilong i found uilty.
r Mon d voument rciigieux et fic mankind ; and, when yui l between Spain and -" i Justice has at length) (and no doubt

lial a, la 1116 moire du General Washington shall have filled yliur honored= j Cuba should!: pass quietly conscientiously my peers, and at,) the been price awarded of six to me by
mo'
ne pouvait pas etre mieux grave, treasured among the Archives hands of the? latter for stafe st suspension, for the expiation of n>y guilt!

apprecie dans sa famille que par of South Amrrican Liberty, So formidable an with an honorable acquittal) of every mo,

l'honorable commission dont je they will descend to the veneration h have some important ral offence. I have now the proud satis.

me trouve"aujourd'hui charge ,- of ages yet to came. view, and \,,e cannot for a faction in of the knowing transaction that which my whole conduct -

En reconnaissant I'exacte resem With the revered reliques of ourPaternal suppose that the French occasioned
my recall, as well as my official
blanc du portrait, je suis heuretix Chief, receive, Liberator, ment, as an ally ot Spain during and subsequent to im command conduct

de penser que de tous les homines the homage of all the Americans have the temerity to em will be laid before my fellow-citizensan

existans, et mme de tous les hom who, with pure and triumphant wild an enttjrpnze as the advantage to obtain which, lie itself J

4 mes de 1'histoire, le General Bolivar acclaim, hail you as Bolivar the zaion of Colombia, would have been considered a trifling:
crih'ce
for death would have been .
est celui a qui mon paternel Deliverer, the Washington of the d dependence! the to a sullied reputation ; and it preferable uill

! ami cut prelere de I'offrir ; que di- S outs !IGEO. : rantied by both : be as much my pride now, to show in example

I : rai-je deplus au grand citoyen que WASHINGTON. CUSTIS. I England/]]-Editors of subordination and patience un
I'Amerlquc meridional a salu du His Ex'cy the LIutu foR. Latest from der my punishment as it ever was my desire -
: ---- --- to do my duty to myself under
--u what
nom de Liherateur continue parles -T----= Batiks of thr, Sch'r. .
1 believed unjust accusations:, or to
i 41 deux mondcs, et quidou d'une FOREIGN. arrived here yesterday te ; : country, whenever my services might my
influence gale a son desintpresse- c.a. i in 11 days from Havana, prove ineful to her.

i mcnt porte clans son coeur lamourde From the Jfcw York Evening Pust tliut the U. S. Ship : No man is free from human frailties.

la liberte sans aucune excep- Bo/ivar.-lt has been already '-.ipu'ui Woolsey: having and I have my.tull share; but amongtheDl
: !
tion et de la publiquc, sans au- stated in the Colombian papers, S\Varribgton; on bo is not to be ranked vindictive resentment,
or a disposition to crush tie already .
i cun alliage ? Neanmoins les te- that two attempts had been nir.tie the ship John Adams, h Attacks continue to be .natleou op.iressed.

xnoignages publics et recents de to assassinate the Liberator Boli- cholson, were, : Havana me through prints under official patron

votre bienveillance et de votre var. A letter from Bogota, published sailed, officers and crew i age, but experience has convinced me,
III estime m'autorlsent a vous pre'' in the LondoriJournal, savs The U. S. Sloop that it were safer at least to bear the evil

senter les felicitations personelles that this friend of mankind had M Fatio, than complain. The Court has awardedthe :
Midshipman punishment for my offence, and 1 aov
w cl'un veteran, de la cause commune, escaped the daggc: of the assassin, Havana 19th! till from bound to abide by its: decision ; if,others,

m qui pret a partir pour un autre wnich had been raised against him, bringing intelligence that by their complaints wish to induce the belief *

, 'I hemisphere suivra de tous aes no less than seven or eight timeti. l land was vert sickly-a that it is not sufficiently severe, or feel

vocux le glorieuxe ach vement de In the recent secret murder at Lima ny deaths had that their conduct requires justificationor
be theirs the labor of
apology justify
.I- vos travaux, et cetie solemnelle of a Mr.Monteaguuojit was ascertained all the: residents of the ing it ; 1 envy them not the task, nor the

.. reunion de Panama ou vont etre on examining! the boay, sick.. i honor they will acquire by tne perform-
,t ', consolid et compl!& s tous les thai he had been stabbed with asharp' Capt. Bunce of ance. "

; principes et tous les inttrets dt- i instrument. This led to an had arrived there from By submitting, patiently and prudent

1'independancc de la hberte et de examination of all the cutlers in few days previous, was i: y n"j ly, to my punishment that 1 feel the idea i is not entertained
. :4' la poliiique Am rit ine. the when of myself'less worthynow
city, one them stated gerously ill.bssurrCCtlOfl. than before my sentence-far frum
A reez monsieur If President that he had sharpt reJ two puinards in it. My conduct in the affair of Foxardo

J.ib rateur 1'hommage de man pro- at the request.ot a nc rowl1h Usher who came passt> 'I has hpn sud 1.0 iiavf originate in "an

. ; I' fond. et respcctueux atlachem nt. whose name lie woa unacquainted Princess; AnQ ,"con6rms ; anxious disposition to maintain the honor
, and advanc the interests of the
nation
LAP \YETTE. but that he should knuw him li which we '
gence and of the "
service, tor which it is /mpoitible -
C Translation of a letter written by iC ne saw hun again. A proclamation Friday's Beacon, upon that I could be punished. My publication -

,Gen. Lafayette to the President (continues the writer) was rity of a gentleman; i it has been said, proceeded from

Librator Bolivar. immtdialfly issued, ordering u passenger in i, II. M. C. no unworthy motive, and is, of course, un-
deservi.ig! punishment ; I disclaim, and
general enlistment fur the Endymion, that another
President Liberator-My religiaus army,, have e\er liisc.umed, (hsre pecl"
any
: ail filial devotion to the but excepting all slave and black ion had beendetected) 8c to any one ; and, adopting tie role which
memory of Gen.Vashington men. It was>> a rap laid for( them I ed among the: Blacks I at I has been resorted to on the part of the

cquld not be better appreciated in as necessary for the service of the (Island *>f Cuba.) The accusation, 1 should be the best judge of

4 his family than by the honorable city ; to which effect they were ordered ments were ': discovered my own intentions. .;/y assurances,tnen,
should have been, and no douht were,
call for of
to bill of Mrs.
charge now bestowed on me.- a exception plantation; : sufficient to exonerate me from this charge.
, While I recognize the perfect at the office of the Adjutant-Gen one of the negroes$ who Then, wherein have I offended f" And

likeness of the portrait, I am hap eral. They presented themselves concerned in a former : for what am I punished ? Is it fur Appealing -

py to think, that among all exist accordingly ; and the cutler, who the same kind l, upon to my fellow citizens under accU-

,.c ing characters, and, all those recorded was concealed, easily knew the t hrnded by th overseer, : sation i of 1 have followed, only, the example -
those exalted far above In
e in history, General Bolivar l I owner of the two puinard., who that he had conspirrd the public decision, I have sought me.for a

r is the one to whom my paternal : having been suddenly grasped, as in such a design. All solace for that jussice which I believed

friend would have preferred to offer the murderer of Monteagudo p, mirals (blackioverseers) was withheld from me. 1 felt myself

r1i it. What shall I say more to and asked where the two poinard* : bove named plantation, I: goaded almost to desperation under supposed

the great citizen whom South A- I were, answered by confessing his i others had been I wrongs, and I sought to save my honor
I at every risk. I have saved it,.and I
', inerica has hailed by the name of guilt, and producing one of the to await their trial. am content, whatever evil may beful me.

:c Liberator, a name confirmed by two, he'added that as he could not I Brush with\Piratcs.\ -\ Viewing the subject in ail its bearings,
"t 4 both worlds, and who, possessing have been discovered but by the the followingfrom! tnc k ek and having in view ulterior consequences

au influence equal to his disinterestedness decree of Providence, he would of he schooner Princes 1 think 1 could not consistently and safely

carries in his heart the declare that he had been seducedto On S'iturda,2Oth : become a participator, and join in any
;
love of Liberty, without any exception that crime by the Governor of outward passage, > festivity that might, by the most forced.
construction, be attributed to an expression
and of the Republic without the Castle of Callaosee the model
- discovering sloop at opinion. opposed to the course of
1r- any alloy ? However, I feel 1 1i of that infamous Ferdinand 1] and close in with (the Double I the prosecution or the; sentence of .the

::4 authorized by the public and recent that the other poignard was' to be Shot Keys, and taking Court.
I 1i testimonies of your kindnessand found within the sleeve of the left vessel in distress, ran' As au expression of the approbation of
my fellow citizens I shall ever highly appreciate -
of
General
esteem to arm Bolivar's
t present you with: head and upon Hearing her, your invitation,and the more so,
the personal congratulations of a servant-who was to murder him cartridge and hoisted his as coming from a comiaunity: with whicli

veteran of our common cause, who, the night of that very day The upon which the: sloop I have been associated for the last ten

on the eve of his departure for another poignard was found as it 0as 1 from him. Capt.: B. then years, and which, ,wherever my destiny

u.1ft hemisphere, shall follow with .d." .. is isned she was a pirate, I tondest may lead me, will ever be held in m/

his best wishes the glorious complement FrOnt the sued her until from I recollection and interest.
Baltimore American. ; Excuse, gentlemen, the length of this:
of your labors, and that We are inclined to doubt the i of runing some of reply,,whicn. became necessary, to enable
Ii'' .. solemn Congress Panama, where correctness of the news published rocks near he Keys i: uie to explain fully my reasons for declin

!41# will be consolidated and completed under the Norfolk head, of the sidered it prudent: to ing the honor intended me ; to guard meon r

all the principles and all tin- landing of 5000 French troops it chase. He then tacked self the condemnation one hand against any opinion renderme 0
which should
interests of American Independence i- Cumberland Harbor, Island r.f ing for the place, where in my own estimation unworthy; and

I freedom and policy. Cuba. We have accounts direct' discovered the sloop, on the other, to avoid any charge of unnecessary '

t p. .,, Accept, President Liberator, the from SI. Jago de Cuba, in the immediate | men on the shores.-He ,faatidiousneas.

; 'j j -homage ,qf my deep, and respect. vicinity of Cumberland ately hoisted Out his boat, 1 have the honor to be, gentlemen. ,

I1 ful atacnment.L Harbor, as late as the: 10th August, directions to ;the crew your very obedient. servant PORTER.
.
L I : .. LAFAYETTE. whIch make no allusion whatever but upon nearing) the GRfJ..STtU.l1T' ))

to such an event. commenced a fire on CouAauToir,
J:
:' *The Medal, of pure gold, presented From the Norfolk Beacon Sept. 8. Cant.. B. then) made a M u.'GHAEFF, .
: ,.at,the close of the Kevplution, in commejaoration Important In/ the boat to return; ,--- .---_--. -iriC _,_-------- "
; the virtues and services of the; "igenc -If true! ---
J
Paternal Chief piously preserved in I his -Capt. Clark jf the British ,brig opened a fire Upon them LThiUXiC1. 7'10N..

; .a family, till'another -Washington has arisen Bartley Hampton Roads, from pivot gun, which, he .
S, for the. deliyerance of his country, Savanilla, (bound tn Liverpool I) til the gun became For the,Pentacoln'Gazette.

. a the Benefactor of mankind." whence she sailed,,3d August, has manage. He then Ma EDITOR.-It.is with'astonishment,
t The Portrait, a largest sized Miniajture without he believed that 1 have.seen. in your paper of the 17w
executed by Field, in 1800, from an politely favored the Editors of ii heBeacon as. : ; inst. a piece signed Cato, intended(I presume
, original painting by Stuart. This paint with the foliowingimpa r. them much damage, and ) as an apology for having said 'in. '
4ng'is a-most beautiful specimen of the taut information from Kingston, ed on his voyage I to former essay' that,Georgia. did not stanoby ,
p' arts, & a faithful likeness. The Portrait isin (Jam.) I'o a. her arms in the time lhat.tried men s
the,costume of the first President of the _mIl__,.tru___><_tninf.__ 'revolutionary____ _. WOlf,thai
S :United States ,The'hair is of the time! A.letter from the respectable From the Botton ; was a ug rendezvous. for 'tra ttoD '*nu

,and character of that: \rorn in the,ii ng' house of, :Hys'op & 'C 6. to Gen. Key! Wett.- i&cc, grave villains. -
'"ivhi b wu presented to..Lafayette at the Montllla, our Commander in was extremely sickly at the I look upon the explanation whlCJ CaIqHugi'ven ; "
about "
,
_ Tomb of, ,'Vashin on.' The insertion of Chief, states that'assail of French sixty-five1'marines an.d. i : as. a contemptible .
tioned
there about nine I pa'le
only !
.tbebairand inscriptions 'the I ground a p
li engraving> : : : fug-e,in :trying to ;
,-of,which,.we are.prod to say1 is the_work ,vesieU of, war. w cruising, 'oft"St. duty, and-two-thirds of the : falsehood, which I asaert th pu bhC! On,
: f of an' ,artist.in our young Metropolis will Jago de ,Cuba, and, that i \they died' it.'TuppeV..was in a : alluded to. ttf contain' arid I call onmodern this rb
do' honor"to the artists, Vr.$ aithcr.and had 1anded+50pp'w.o.A1 Cumberlandmtbor. and Capt. M'intoah ,wassick t : to,\V lid fias dared to do ,
mca
men it is will :
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hoped,
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and tell the world wbp 1 had: all boarded her, there I t .. "1 .-,. .',. ., .
out were more ;
n to come lightened by a returo.of reason. A. alibrt \ Drab arid colored .. '
Waterloo Shawl \ '
Shot load
:
1000 ; ; Msorted/bar .
il''and when and where he stood by than ,persons moving about on her time ;
before '
his '
declared '
be departure, he | ,
; White do. _do. points and carnets
York <; Gunpowder in kegs ,
his arms; was heat the siege of decks'yet no press or inconvenience was that he ras'conscious he was near the end Imitation: I -. ,
1FP lie with Gen. Jackson at the battle: of sustained; all night have fancied themselves of his.earthly l career, and having performed -, do. and colored riqo Cotton shawls do, Cut ,nails assorted.. 'coppem; I
he' the -wooden terra firm 1 Sperm..candles, yellow soap, segars,
Orleans-tell us when guided upon This his Religious duties he ,
Valencia
expressedawish and toiHne
from the vessel is 1400 tons than '" vestings, German piped, chewing.ob co, snuff;
helm of the nation, to keep her larger the great _to be united to the object of his most Swansdow n and Marseilles do. I Flour +
nicks and quicksands.1 boast I am a ship built here last)'ear. Her dimensions heartfelt!affection an>affection which in .bbls, crackers >n kegs, .
was_ English and i imitation black silk do.
111"ed well I could Bye whiskey':and gin in bbls. .
Georgian, she is my adopted State, areas as ascertainlengthof warmly reciprocated, and which had air Ready made vests and shirts
there in the time that tried men's souls keel 315 feet-beam 60 feetdraughtof reasoned of Porter,ale and cider in boxes,

!I -1 lived there in the last war, she has water 26 feet-circumference of principal his wish ,was engagement promptly} complied long standing with,and; Padding Domestic and f and.buckrams 4-4 and 8 by 10'and: 10 by 12 window glass, '.
plaids
stripes, Swedes iron '
German
and republican, mast thirteen feet 10 inches ditto steel
truly'
patriotic be
bt'en'er was married to Miss Merced A. Gonzalez do. do. checks and
much talents at home and of cable 26 inches- about 6000. tickings, Castings assorted, plough moulds,
i, con boast as tonnage by the Rev Mr. Maenhaut of the Catholic do., denims and cottonades
abroad as any State in the Union,according She isbuilt for the sole purpose of conveying Chjurch\ of which both do. t Cotton bagging,bale rope.and twine.
j they were | brown and bleached All
shirtings of which
ji will be sow
i to her numoers, and has as great aright lumber to England; and is filled menihersL lie then called his relations 4-4 steam loom and S. Island do. wholesale or
''
as any, to contend for her constitutional solid, with the exception of a very small and frienjls{ to him separately, by name, Domestic brown & bleached sheetings, i cash retail,',cotton at the lowest', market prices, for -
or'approved t
privileges. cabin. The sailors will be sheltered on and affectionately: embracing them ..ex ..Ginghams imitation searsucken paper.a
''t Quill fighting against a man in the dark, deck. Ten horses were employed at pressed his satisfaction and resignation, Bordered gingham robes assorted, ', John Jerrison Jr.

r sr in any other way, 1 cordially dislikencr one time. Upon her deck, in working the and departed full of lively) ho, e, and Fancy and furniture prints, newest style Pensacola, pet 1st, lb5.; _
shall I fight with Cato again until his machinery for hauling on board the heavy
with a firm belief, that he died in' peace and patterns, .
real name is made known to the world. timbers. She is said to contain lumber with his Almighty maker and friend.We Bear ducks, Osnaburgs, brown Holland "
,
'V m. Barnetu sufficient to freight twentv-five "es. wish not to intrude on the -sanctityof PUttillas, Fresh Goods.
ails of three hundred tons each, besides private grief but let us recollect that 7-8 and
The above may require a word of explanation f, 4-4 Irish linens assorted, i in
from us.-The article signed 1 the immense quantity of which she is our loss is,his gain ; that he has left a worldof whole and half pieces, S
constructed.' She sails in a few days.IlcspecUully. temptations and of !, to enjoya In h and
Russia the
sorrows
Cato which appeared in ;ur paper of 17th diapers, RECEIVED by latest arrivals a .
blessed, immortality in the realms ot Law and linen
re
\tlt. was written in compl.ance with a request cambricks, general assortment of
made by Cot. Barnett to us and ... .: .. eternal bliss. P.nk and other colored do.

through us to Cato, und was such an article From the Motion Centinel Hear what the voice from Heav'n proclaims Cambric and jackonet muslins, GOODS
as we understood from Col. B. would Independence of Hayti.-The A* Swissand null do.

satisfy his feelings, which he said were '' fricans, their descendants, and o- For all the pious dead Plain i4l figured book do. ,

wounded in a previous essay by Cato. j!t ther colored citizens, on Tuesday, Sweet is the savour of their names Pallinetu,cambnck dimities suited to the season.
We regret that it has not had the eflect I! celebrated the And soft their sleeping bed. Figured ruffles and collaretts, o, 3 1-2'and 4 1-2 point blankets,
expected and leave the mutter with Cato {! acknowledgement Swisspoints, insertion trimmings, Duffield and Whitney blankets,

and Col. Barnett, merely remarking, injustice I l of the Independence of Hayti, by r a They diet i in Jesus s and arc blessed, Bordered white and colored cravats, 7-4 to 1 4'4 double rose ilo. Flannels,

,! : t D ourself, that when we inserted 1 1 public address, delivered by the How kind their slumbers are Madras Handkerchiefs, a variety, white & blue pl ins, flushings, kerseys

the first essay of Cato we had not the hive Thomas Paul, in the African From sufferings and from s-ns releas'd, Berklty do. and colored flags, sattinetts, assorted qualities,

remotest idea that it could be construed : Meeting Huuse in this city ; by a And freed from ev'ry snare. Gauze and cashmere bd'kfs. sup.and common clotns and cassimeres,
Barege" and Merino, do. brown ic bleached
as w attack on the feelings of any inch shirtings& sheetings
well i dinner and demonstration
protitieti Black
l \idtial,nor do we believe it was so attendtil Far from this world of toil and strife, Laventine, do. superfine do.
-Kddor Pensacola Gazette. of j juy and gratitude. They're present with the Lord, Bandinna and Hag do. plaids, stripes; indigo and furniture

** CfCUC ""in-cpo.; ---- Mr. Domingo \ presided That e labours of their mortal life, Fancy China do. do. checks, various qualities,

+ Prom -Vcltional./ollrnal.. the table, assisted by Messrs. End in a large rev ant." Whiti and colored satins, A handsome ,
Figured black de Assortment
------ -- grog Naples,
COMMODORE S I'E\VAR I'. William Brown and Darby Vassal Black levantine, black cotton velvet 1Icishllinens
,
\tivy, Department, r After mentioning the presiding !;tact senshaw and sarcenetts, 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 and lawns, linen checks ,
f cambrics
Jth September, 1825. officers, it is unnecessary to SHIP do. ind colored Mandarme crapes, 7-8 and 6-4 jacconets ,

SIR-I enclose to you the judgment add, that the utmost good order V do. do. Canton do. Sup. cambric ,
prints, new i
of the Court Martial which do. do. Italian do.Women's style, .
and decorum prevailed at the frs second & common do '

.l the President of the United States! tival. The following are stated ilWt black and white silk hose, bleached and crow n Kussia fuinitureprintsy t tto
do. do. sheetings,
and culored
worsted do.
9 "klen
his approved, acquitting you most to be amongst the toasts and voluntvers do. and misse.-.* white cotton do. Ladies burgs white, hessians,

i honorably cfeil the charges which given : VuvtSept. or eU8U.c\\\. Misses' bilk and Vigoni* do. white, black, cotton slate and hose lead

have been made -*gainst yuu, and I Jndeiendentayi..-The Garden do. worsted and do. half do. w h le and grey iumtAwooi worsted do. 'I

of winch the G iwrnrneiu has ;!: of the Antilles, Rich in the ENTERED.- do. black and white silk do. do. halt hose, and worsted I

been apprised, wuile you co n-l.t productions of Nature may she 261 i.-fcchr. Man- Washington, do.Children's white cotton worsted do.boots assorted, elegant figured! silk rot dresses: ,
,
Jed the squadron in tIle Pad- '' :;'1 from Phil.iddpilla.-'urogo Barrege robe, gingham and cambric
man be a Nursery of Freemen: Patriots, Rae, days Cotton and silk suspenders do
audol
fie. The number and nature of and Philanthropists. 1 86 tierces, 1 bi>U. and34 boxes military Men's and. women's white silk gloves, :,\a plc:argt articles: assortment ot other fancy and j M,

the churges and the character of President Adams and Presidt-n: clothing to U S. Q:1.I.rtcrb.it'r8 bhls. do. do. ho kin do. 15 packages men's
lined
3 and
boxes
to Stone and Nisnet bound
Sugar sun do.
"those who presented tiemr werejj o'er.Uut n the choice of hteedr y' articles, 4 half bushel measures, 2 Women's beaver white and dogskin, do. shoes: ,

such, that an inquiry was demand- iiif, ami} doth tne friends of Civil strike's, 1 patent balance and one revenue Figured& tuille and and thread colored laces kid do. thick sewed and pegged do & broganswoiaen's .
,
{'4 t by your own honor, and the duty JLilM-ily, llqual l La a, and good bust to the Collector of the Port- Cotton lace and fringes, ,gtrl'b ana boy's leather iioes I

kVj.ich the GovcT.imetit ovidjto : I (ioveriiiiictr. ; may the time anonc'ar.ir 23 cases, 7 trunks, 4 bales, 76 box-s, 88 White and black tapes No. 25, 3 cases ana"hue brogans! A
kegs, 9 Hiudles, 34 pieces, 4 casks, 3 > Breast era" extra beaver hats
of th Black and bilk ,
itself anJ the interests t colored galoons
Nations ,
thc
made
,, wtu-n they pirsirl bags, &. 4U Half| boxes merchandize 3 to order. .
;
:!lour:. 1 he result of fire investigation ; .* over will be united by treaty crates, 21 coils, 1 bbl. tinw.re. 2 Edged satin and belt ribuons, wool hats, boy's castor do.

I It :. lna been satisfactory to in Amity and Frit."nc1shJp.L bbls. wine ,2', bills copperas! 40 bbls. Fancy Black velvet figured mantua and stamped do. do. in setts, LSg ,

t the EXf'l'utin"-wa;( be useful to )Ui s 16th and Charles 10th of whiskt-y, 15 bpls., gin, 2 scale beams, 1 do. and colored gimps and cords, 200 luO ps.Dundee & Kentucky bagging",

1. the public, ar.il lion able to yourself France.-One the earliest friend I pipe cvuac: brandy, 1 pipe Holland gin, Black Ostrich tCattiersartihcralflowers, 80 coils barrels bale rope, baling twine,
,12, casks wine 1 hlul. whiskey, 5 J ba. coffee
i qr. lump 2 a ,
ll has t t'unmhtd a cbjicusve of sugar Fancy necklaces and buckles, a
8
the first Amt'rtcan Republic of hhds. coffee 40 half bbl fluur, 24 share Fioss'and barrels loaf-and lump sugar, r

answer to public and to Iii i- I White men ; the other the first to nuuldsand 184 peices castings to John and sewing cotton assorted, 30 baskets sweet oil,
Patent nuns thread
: do.
,
25
,
Tate accusation, and reflcemtd ,! ;:;acknowledge ind-'pendence of Jerrison Blue Italian sewing silk, boxes* 8X 10-9 X 11-10, ;
E your faint from reproach fatnlP'rttufarr the Is American Republic of black 27th.-Schr; Henrietta, Quiggles, New Plain and lined parasols, \ 3 tons window glass,
Orleans, articles casting, ;ltons swedes iron t''
dl"atft sundry to tile Master. ,
your country and Senshaw and sArce.iet u'nbre'Iaj
1 men- may Glory immortality x German and blistered
Com. steel
2Sth.-Sloop FurUr. Uassett! 21 ,
1 atjtl i !hereafter to become still more j I be their reward.! days from New York-Cargo; sz cues Letter, cap and wrapping paper, 50 keg cut nails,

precious. I amp very respectfully The Government and Army ofIIa'ti.Onc and 3 bundled merchandize, J2 pieces Bonnet InK.powder boards, spelling books, Madeira Teneriffe and Alalaga wines +
,
quills and
&c. coils and 30 baskets oil pencil, in quarter cask
has black bagging, 15 rope Me./s ,
: proved by Beaver and castor hut,
SAM'L. L. SOUTHARD. to Stone and isbet-46 coils cordage, 3 superior old cogniac brandy, '
and white, that it knows now to do. Korim and Wool dj.
kegs merchandize, 1 bbl. lamp black, 1 a few: ,boxes ol,, St. Julien claret, and
Ca;);. CJIAHI.ES TEWAHT, maintain Freedom and Boy's morocco and wool do. I a
.Equality, bale bunting, Iti bbls. naval stores 5 demi general assortment. of groceries for sale
United Stales !f Women's straw bonnet's and do. I
JCuvy% ashinglon. I, Independence. The other that john's turpentine, 1 bale shirtings, 3 bags by
Men's fine
and calf
I I t hey can always beat their enemies pimenti, 5 bags pepper 3 anchors, 1 do. nailed and morocco Monroe boots do. Stone & Nisbet.Oct. .

Washington September 5.-The black and blur packet umbrellas, 14 crates earthenware, do. fine calf shoes and .1st, 1825. .
next, and labt ofticer who will be Tne 1 package leather, 500 bunches onions to pumps, -
black Regiment of the American i do. thick brogans and shoes
N. u. Alien I
before
arraigned the preseni Women's morocco boots and
Court .Martial, is Captain JamesKamage Revolutionary army Sept.l9tli-Off Cape Florida, spoke do. do. heeled siips and shoes ties BOARD OF ALDERMEN
The Goddess _
of Liberty, was rot Smack (;0111. Decatur, from Ila'anabouncl
whose 'r'JalViII i do. black Valencia heeled ties
come on ,
: then ashamed to own ineoi as her on a fishing voyage-reports or THE
to.da).. The charges CJn which he sons and her defenders. that the yellow fever was raging in Havana do colored silk do. do. and spriChildren's -,
boots and City of Pensacola.
morocco shoes
i is to be tried, were preferred against many vessels being there without 1
< trim by Lieut. \V ulhert, any person on board, whole crews having Sitting of tne 12th September, 1825.flU :
From Coarse shoes in
Jllaytvillc Ky. Eagle. died. Sept. 2l i!,.-Off the Point of Key negio cases, \\ EHE\S it is the opinion of this j
of the Navy, and are the following MR. COLLINS desire Fine and low priced saddles
Having a VJ.I
West spoke U. S. Schr. Tejjfier. Capt. Board, that the charter granted to
: to be useful in my day and genera Cults from Key Vest bound the Squadron Eve and plush side do. the City or Pensacola, by an act passed ,

1st. Neglect in the performanceof tion. I take the liberty to solicit stationed on the Coast of Cuba-reports Collars and wagon whips, I 23d August 1822, and the amendments

Ij',' his: duty. the medium of to inform that it was less sickly at Key West saddlebags and martingales. !' thereto made m the session of the L gis-
your Curb
paper and snaffle bridles -
\" n 2nd. Conduct unbecoming an the world that about than it had been.-Mr. Miller, minister some very superior lative Council at 1&23, guaranty unto this ...
one to Guatemala, hail arrived at Key West City and.its inhabitants, certain privileges
Olicer!
and a Grntlrman.3rd. large thimble full of fine salt, (on his passage to South Ameiica) in the Tortoise; tucking and side combs, and immunities, for the term of eight

I Oppressive conduct. sprinkled on the head of ever) u. s. Scup Decoy, and died three days Mock do. do. do. years, from the date of said charter, arid

The specifications of misconduct cab:1gin! the garden, in the alter his arrival--fhb U. S. forces were Stamped and ivory pocket do. that without some act overstepping the

embraced under these! general morning while the dew is on preparing tor their departure from Key Fine and sup.ivory and dressing do. lim.ts of the power assigned to said corporation -

charges, we purposely omit, once or twice week will West &, the Decoy was immediately! to go Horn and bone suspender buttons, of the City of Fensacola, the said
f, until their a finally irom the station to that place to remove Button moulds, pearl do. City and it inhabitants cannot legally be
pu'olicaiioti be
can i icompanied Qr prevent the ravages of the worm, the stores &c. t > Peiisacola, where the Gilt coat and vest do. deprived of any such privileges and im
b) a state: t ent ol( lii so destructive Fine and needles and munities.
to that useful vege squadron would probably arrive in about sup. pins, THEREFORE,
t guilt or innocence uf them.A table. This discovery, whrnpractice fleece weeks. Iron and steel knitting do. Resolved
by the Board JUdermen
at. Int. *' is attended The squadron consisted of the John Silver and Tailor's Thimbles, of oftho ..
always with 1 City ojj Pensacola, That so much of the
,.,'.' --cr, k.ilobile a a-- 4 two fold: good eHVit for it not Adams, Consteil ition, Sea Gull, Decoy, Fancy and common seissors, act ot the Legislative Council oi this Territory
'< 20. I erner and a nuar.bel. of smaller vessels, Fine and sup, pen and pocket knives,
September From
,: some passed on the 22d Uccembtr,182
I, call,"% the s cknc-ss has of late in a 'Teat only destroys that pernicious insect Sept. 2-* In latitude 28 40 longitude 84, 'do do dirk, and jack do entitled''an act'to incorporate the City,
,
j jI measure subsided! : during. 'the week past, but acts as a most salutarymanure its poke: brig Co cord of Mobile .2 days do do, razors in cases, ol Pensacola and improve the public

there has been but one death of mil ill.- and really preserves vegetation out bound to New York, all on board sick Pomeroy's razor straps and paste, roads in the neighborhood thereof" as: rc-

"i nant fever ; and we have heard of no new' in an extraordinary df- except tile Capt. mate and one boy, who Fine .do. hones :garbles, peals the charter 'of'1822, is of necessiy
casein thxt were unable 1U .cage the vessel, wind Table knives and forks assorted,
lime.tfgitter inoperative this
from
gree the effect of drou ht. '. as'rega Corporation,
Gcnc-rili' ine>has published another ; olou ing ery fresii. Common aid steel spectacles in cases, unui it snail be duly! accepted by tue citizens -

I I-U T, addressed to (iov, Troup, and proTJMS OLD TOM. Scar : Angelni i; Ross, New Orleans, Shaving boles< and brushes, or,by an act of this Board, and in

to write more. In this lever, he r Cargo 1J bbls, four, 3 hhds. saga, 4' 1 Transparert and fancy shaving soap, pursuance of this opinion- as also cia well

:! AI.H1K1)On Thursday the 2d ult. kegs: paint, 3 boxes dry goods, and 10 Paste blacking and brushes I grounded belief, that it was not the intention -
vsTo bbis. pork to !<'. -ob bbb. ttour, Shoe k lives, pincers, and hammers,
your Excellency I have no apology hi' the Uc'\"d. !)r. Maenhaut Sam Fry iisquicr; : of the Legislative Council to repeal
to cftr-I propose however, that in our E'q to Miss Marie Louise Senacboth if 2 casks items, 5 blm. pork, 15 kegs lard, do tacks, a\H blades and hafts, said Charter before the jd day of

future correspondence, after t disposing this City (Communicated) l bag pepper, lbi alspice, 2 guests tea, Snuff boxes;glass beads, October next, this ,Board has gone on

of >tur futile charges against me, tiyt.u ,all .-J.K.: .. ..t.---. :. -. --.-..... 1 hhd. Sugar, :z.ktgs tobacco, 12 boxes Tea trays, uole mats, hooks and eyes, to perform the duties they have conceived ,
and 1 ill y cc.lhne ourselves to our soaj.,7 bag:>>cofie<:, 1 qr. caste wme 1 Curtain rings, llrlttania -table and teaspoons imposed upon them, and anxious to

publii and official duties. When these ares : QM.TU&ILX.DIED crate and 1 box crocker,)' ware, b-J buts promote hanuou> and to acquiesce in the

&cc\>mj4l la hed, 1 lucupromise, shot ttit! whiskey", 10 bags s alt and 6 boxes wine to Tutania. clo. do. do. acts of the LP.glslatlve-C.ouncH as_Jar as .
-In this City on Friday the 23 d William Ross. > l Tinned iron table do. '
tint desire it, to correspond with they legally may .do, further
yoi ult. of an inflamatory fever in the 23d Fish hooks lines
unoJniiicyui.til"westixhl have exhaust. CLEARED. aid tooth brushes, <
cd tile; argument ;" & then we will s rid year of his age Mr. GEORGE }'. BRENT, Sept. 26th :-i chti Amelia, Roight, Bonnet wire,stockpad.& trunk looks, Bttolve, Tht' in pui suanoe* of an act of

by uur-goose quil'sand talk of"valor'' son of Mrs._ Alary Woodrow, formerly of New Orleans, Cargo 10,000 bricks, by Patent and brass liquor,cocks, Legislative Council! of the Territoryof

-I'jcut which you have written to the Virginia. In the death of this worthy the Master r Whip, crosscut, hand and mill saw Florida passed' !pu.tiie; 22 d day of- December '

I'rt-siJent. young man, nit: mother has lost an uncommonly Sept. 30 -Schr. Phillips, Balderas, files, r 1824, incbrporauhg the City of.
attentive and affectionate ton, the Pciisacpla,this Board now to the
In the interim, since to be New Orleans, Socket augers proceed
chissels
you appear promised of,her old screw: ,
fond prop{ age and the solace Haiti appointment three Commissioners, to -
of
quo ations from the poets, upon Drawing knives handsaws, .. -
of her tlec'lining years and his youthful Jaold nl election for;nine Aldermen on
tltesuhJtfct of vulor', 1 will here give bride, one whom she fondly looked Ne w sto1isme nt Patent and common curry combs, the fitst"Muoda1(3d) of October. next. '
you one for your particular consideration forward to as her beloved! companion thro Coffee mills, frying. pans; gun'lodes, f ".II':' .
and htau.fit.-uTht: : brave vent not their life, the partner of her joys and the soother The'Subscriber Gun and rifle uinta,''plough' ':lines,' And proceeding to the said appointment ,
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prowess in a storm of toN ,they let actionfor of her sorrows in the Sad irons, weeUing,boes,trace chains; by ballot, Messrs. TwitchelL ..Hr0
bp-..'- them." ; young, height Wilson and ... Moreno were elected, ,
Cottoncards.wire
-Idem, of the most fluttering anticipations and HAS just received, per Mary Washing ,

... t hopes, and in the full enjoyment: of the ...from _Philadelphia, and is nowopening iron. weights in setts, tin, scales_ & measures F. H. .Nisbet
most delightful of the human a genera and well selected assortment in setts ,
passions
From the .A ational Intelligencer.fetter her youthful prospects have been blasted; of r Tin scoops and funnels assorted, President of the_Soar. of Aldermen.. -

ErtractJI'om. ti dated Quebec Lower< }and her anticipations and have withered \ ;'Common and rivetted tin cups. N. Parmantier." '
hopes .< ,

CiN) I>> <
Canada August 15. and passed, away as a dream. In Coffee pots, sauce pans,'pudding pans i f .

to Ahhuugh I hue driven this letter out one short week theYr nave been called suited to the prese t and ensuing seasons: Wash basins, blue'printed,punted. and .Secretary, '. t

the full lengt b of.a Congress speech, I from the greatest felicity, to sustain'themsch'es con sting ,of 'cream colored plates, twifflers .-, .'.

annotCO. ludewithout siyan' ItOmething under the most atfiicting dispensation Fine and luperfi id blue, black and drab do 'do do, .do t1C8. : <.. ',
1 tttthe '* big slo p" that has been built of: Providence, Society andmay his cloths, do do do do dishesass'ta, .. .

ereatds now red v for sea. She friends and acquaintances have' do. do. and mixed cassimercs dox dodo, ,do teas, 's.
generally, do. ., do do ''' N election will bejjolden on the. ,first
do chambers
tbeU d the Leviathan of bhips,. being .: jtlso lust one who will long be remembered ; : Sup. an41owpr cedMttioetu. > ,' ''do do 'do.do '- do &basins, ..Monday in'October next at the CourtHouse
ewers ;
,
et ;.:first vessel ever built. 1 made an and regretted as a polite and gentlemanly Tartan and\Caro me plaids;.. do do' do,: in',this 'Clty.ipr the,choice tiftwieldermenr ,
do' pitchers,
t" r lion i of about' seven miles down tbc11a'lC acquaintance i a warm friend, 'beloved Men' ready,made pliid.cloaks,. do do do agreeabV-'to" a Jaw l ,,oTtheXegislatire -
evening (Sunday) to view her. and esteemed by all who had the GreenbiUeandi"nnitels; .* do' ,. .boWli tumbler, Council, Fa- DeceB ber 1824.Folb .

the were two 1i\<<;l.In boas* Carted for pleasure of an intimacy with) lm. White, yellow ar d 'red dp.' Uprigbtand',heavjrri pint, .,s,: "'. ,', open at 8 A. 4L aadlpse.: at 7 P. M..

ti ts 1 I-tE--bt mmodatcon' of the curious.' The Though our deceased_ friend 'was .but Plain and figured black6ombazetb. ,, "I',, .. 2iso. .; ." .\ m: '. :" ;
T .
Pssen7cco L winch!h contained five hundredeeeliem four days' sick! and for a great part ftbat, Figured blue ant 'pearl. do r ..Co t.r.\lacbnAdyliollend r. gin J!, .t.).jMadeira s ,.:' 11> 1 tt"--:

8 l bcwdc a numerous band, of time his mind was clouded by the natureof Denmark Latin,-' ?"angtlPr, 1 rd, <- ,:Teneriffe ahdXisboh wine' ,' .', .. H u1'itils, n v y|= l.

t nUln u uwc, the'other! about Imf that his malady, yet it(muit be a great consolation Rose and point tIVilled Un kets; Imperial, and young bysoivtcasj ?

Coue down Many sail boats had P reviou slY I ,to his friends"lbat the time immediately negro cl ptbsrugi, 'Loaf sugar, Jamaica, freei F. Moemo, J ?

well lade! ; so that when wet preceding his decease was en- Heal and imitation cashmere. shawls, pcppcr"pirti"ento: :aid mustard, ,Pcnsacola, Sept.16th,1825.f" -
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SELECTED of Prone .y ouucesfoi bit.
s General Ptfftpffice m the next, for the .delivery
: For the Pensacola Gazette,for the special hands. Although there are of at,the Saturday! the sionifoMhe'use of the Troops of the U- By order of:the Mayor, -

benefit of those who, in their own estimation several springs exerting a poweron City 15th day Washington of October next inclusive. nited States,to be delivered bulk, up :N. S. < Pattnantier.

I: ex ekheir companions in symmetry the palm and on the wrist, the irf1 I FLORIDA. on inspection as follows ; \

V of features, in elegance of figureor contrivance 'is very simple and 122.From Pensacola by ,the county Jit Pcmacila. Pensacola,June,IQtb,1825.SecrtkJrl%

in the gracefulness of their motion. there is but little danger ,of its seats of Gadsderi, Jackionrand: Walton, 600 barrels of pork V
I Mental Beauty. toTlllahasseeionceaweek. 1250 do of fresh fine flour .N oT1t1.
getting out of order.,. He is .'10\V
t I: Say,ii it height,or shape, or air, Leave Tallahassee every Monday at 6 800 gallons of good proof whiskey
To
111 Which to the mind true worth impart ? enabled to take off his hat as gen CI. m.and arrive;at Pensacola on Friday 550 oushels of good sound beans intruding settlers and others

;'. Can brilliant eyes, can flowing hair, teely as his friends, cut his food, by 10 o. m. 8800 pounds of good hard soap mho commit waste en lilt ftu6li

A Can grace external, 4eck the heart? feed himself readily as any per Leave Pensacola every Friday It 2, p. 4000 do good hard tallow Ian da.

son and what is still more won *1.aid arrive at Tallahassee on Tuesday candlesj with cotton wick, lawless persons who are
,.. worth the flowers vain 140 bushels of good clean salt THOSE guilty
height gives derful write his 'name with correctness by 6p. m. on lands ofthe United
I O'er blooming fields their sweets disclose clothing 184. From Tallahassee by Sewaney 2250 gallons of good cider vinegar States, and committing waste
; ; and, facility. His small Ferry and Dill's to St. Augustine, once in One fourth'<3n'the first day of June V timber,are hereby:notified,that on put>lic

The thorn exceeds gay ) AU". train,, is now kept together by two weeks, 237 miles. 1826. have been taken for rigid enforcement meaaurfs .
The, Ipfty Yew excels tberpte. hooks instead of buttons,. which he Leave Tallahassee every other Wed One fourth on the first day of October the laws ofthe United State?in such or

V manages with so much adroitnessas nesday 6 a. m.and arrive at St. Augus- 1826, V ma-de and provided, they are hereby cases
V graceful shape can worth create, to dress and undress himself tine on the next;'Monday by 6 p. m. One fourth on the first day of December dered to desist from such offences forthwith or,,

'4 .-. The Tiger's graceful form must please ; without kind of alsista ce.- Leave St. Augustine every other Tues 1826. otherwise they will be
The deadly Adder's tapering shape, any day at 6 a. m. and arrive at Tallahasseethe And the remainder on the first dayof to the utmost rigor of the law.prosecuted

V Declares him worthier than the bees. His acquaintances have ,now the next Sunday by 6/> m. March, 1827. Given under my hand, at the

strongest hope "that he viII maintain NOTES. It is understood that the pork to be Washington, the 24th day of March city of

4 : *: Ifgraceful movements claim applause, himself by his own industry. contracted for is to consist of an entire .Geo. 1825

V V The savage beasts our praises claim: What adds to the interest 1. The Postmaster General may expedite hog to the barrel, except feet, legs, ears. Graham,
greatly times for
S While blood distains the Lion's jaws, the mas. and alter the and snout, which are inadmissible. Commitrioner of the General Land Office*
V Who moves more.graceful o'er the of Mr. Reed's case, and reflects arrival and departure, at any time during Should the hog be of less weigfit than 8-tlj.W.HASELL .
honor the benevolent artist who the continuance; ofthe contract, he paying -V ,
plain ? on 200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made ---J
: has restored him to the ?leasures an adequate!compensation for any extra up of good fat side pieces. No snore HUNT

,,! brilliant eyes true merit claim, of manual industry, is, that he was expense that ma) DC occasioned there than one head allowed to a barrel of draw deeds, bills of sale, .
And the to abridge
by. he reserves right WILL pow
.I 0: flowing ringlets worth pursue ; made welcome to the services ofMr. contract made under tlm advertisement pork. The contractor may, at his op of attorney, bonds &c. in the
# : The Serpent's eye, the Lion's mane, any lion exclude the hams, and make up the most approved forms, and attend
Doyle and left him with a when he thinks it proper, and to deduct 4o any
;l Looks brilliant and flows graceful too. deficiency with good side pieces. + other writing which be
the ratio may committed
. thankful heart and money in his from the compensation at The candles to,be made of good hard him, with promptness and

Since neIther height, nor shape, nor air, po ke .Medical lnelligtncerf paid under the contractor.contract, for lessening the tallow, with cotton wick. on reasonable terms ; his accuracy situation, and in

V Nor grace external, worth impart, In Philadelphia, the nrrchantk duties ofthe" The pork beans, flour, whiskey, salt, the clerk's office renders an application
; What ornaments must be my care ? 2. Ten minutesshaii be allowed, for opening and vi.iegar, must be delivered strong to him convenient for those who
deck heart ? many years since, set up an assembly and closing the rnuil at all offices may be
'4. How shall my youthful I and'secure barrels, and the soap and can- about to execute any instrument of writing .
4 ior dancing, and desiringto where no particular time is specified I I dIes, in strong and secure boxes of* con which is to be recorded.

Far nobler graces I'll pursue, muke a distinction and to as 3-. For every thirty minutes' delay, venient size for transportation.The ,

V Which reptiles, flowers and beasts don't sume a rank above the merchants, (unavoidable accidents exempted,) in arriving povk, whiskey, vinegar,and flour

V share, they at first proposed this after the; tithe prescribed in any seasoned heart of white-oak barrels, Pensacola Book Store.
: Fair knowledge opening to my view, among contract, the contractor shall forfeit five : the pork in barrels full hooped.
the rules for regulating the assembly and if the continue until I --
dollar delay
V The really wise and truly fair. ; The provisions are to be inspected at
'That no mechanic or the departure ;of any depending mail, the' time of the delivery, and the con- JUST received per Brig St. Clair, di
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from New-York and for
V :: With Industry adorn my mind, mechanic98 wife or daughter shouldbe whereby t rrip is lost, a forfeiture of double tractor to be liable for the expense of inspecting above additional sale as
: Fair Learning's fruitS-delightful food! admitted on term8-Thest" the amount j allowed for carrying the and all other expenses, until ,an assortment of Books,
: To Providence in all resigned, any mail one trip, shall be incurred, unless it they are safely delivered at such store among which are the following .
rules being shown by a manager shall be made to that the delaywas NEW WORKS.
' V And to be lovel-l'll be good. appear houses as may be designated by the United
p to a friend (i>r. Franklin) for his occasioned ,by uuavoidabe! accident ; States' Agent. The previlege is reserved Rothehm, a Romance ofthe English Histories

; t O happy she-whose envied case, opinion he remarked, that one of in which Cke! the amount of pay fora trip to the" United States of increasing ,

These mental beauties makes her care ; them_ excluded God Almighty will be fon-itetl. diminishing the quantities to be deli' Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823

V They give to homeliness a grace, "How so ?" said the manager. 4. Persons making proposals are re* vered, one third, on giving 60 days previous and 1824.with Documents on the-Greek f

4 And e'en the fairest make more fair. "Because the Doct. he quired to siateltheir: prices by the year : notice. Revolution and the life of Mustapha
: ., Harah.A3SVCSIJVG. replied Those rho contract will receive their No advances frill be made in any case Ali,

i. V-_ _- -V__VV is notoriously the greatest mechanic pa) .:. .:, the months of May, whatever, but payment will be made onlyon Buchanan's Sketches of the North American .

in the universe having as AUKUII, November and February, one evidence being produced at this office Indians, with a plan for their melioration

the scripture testifies, made all month after the xpiration of each quar- ofthe inspection and delii't-ry. ,

-' things, and that by weight and ter. V It is expressly understood, that at all Theodoric a Tale, and other Poems by

V : A young lady lately asked a gentleman measure.9 Theintended new 5 No other than a free white person the depots and stations,.the salt is to be Thomas Campbell,

the meaning of the word gentlemen shall oe employed: to carry the mail. received by measurement of 32 quarts to The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts
V "It is-miss became ashamed of their the bushel. for Plain &c. & &c.
Cookery
j Surrogate. replied i 6. Whciv ihej proposer: intends con I ,e.
r the gentleman "a gate through j rule, struck it out, and no such vey the mail in the body of a stage car- When a bid is accepted, and notice Biography of the British Stage, being the
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which parties have to pass on their distinction has ever since been rirjje hf is desired to state it in his proposals thereof given to the person making the Lives of the principal Actors and Actresses .
bid, refusal or neglect on his part to give ; ,
*' made there. : ; ;ml the stage must be of sufficient I
married. "Then I
way to get size, uuless otherwise expressed to good and sufficient security within a reasonable The History of Matthew aid, by the
imagine," said the lady, "that it time, to be specified by this department :" author of Valerius &c.
passengers.
conveniently seven
Cantonment Brooke Florida > convey
1 V is a corruption of sorrow gate." it will lien be at the option of Hallam's View .of Europe, during the
V September lit, 1825 5 7 Every may offer in his bid
proposer this consider the contract Middle
to ,
? department Ages
: "You are right Mis, replied her WILL receive proposals till the 20th to make ;improvements the transportation -
I forfeited, or not. The Spanish Daughter
informant, "as woman is an abbreviation December ensuing to furnish the of the mail, from the terms invited,
It is required! that making The Human Heart
of the United States' that either thel DIode of it persons
ofwo to man. troops Army, to transporting ,
proposals,who are unknown to this department The Highlanders, a Tale,
be stationed at Cantonment the required, or the of
are or Bpccti frequency
V A seeing the name of may should their bids Scenes in Scenes
V wag upon accompany Europe, inAmenca,
Brooke,with fresh beef from the 1st day the trips perweek-which shall receive
: "Mr. Ledger, conductor of the January 1826 to include, the 31si day due consideration.The : by letters recommendatory, from gentlemen The Blank Book ofa small Colleger,

Albion Library," in the list of of December, 1826. I number of the ot respectability, or wno are know/* Living Plays,_4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8tb, 9ti '
V post route shall be
to the and 10th volumes
deaths observed. "Ah! fellow The beef will be to be deli government. \ ,
V poor required stated in cverid, and the proposal must It is desirable that all proposals made,
his day book'* closed and he's vered ,to the troops two days in each be sealed and (directed to the General be sealed in a envelope, and TOGETHER WITHPaley's
seperate Works in 5 vols.
week (the to be designated) in such complete,
days Post Office and endorsed
,
,
posted I suppose to his long ac shall be requisite for their rations Proposals. marked "ProposalSTor furnishing Army Rollins Ancient History, 8 voU.Plutarch's V
, quantity strict attention must be given to the subsistence."
count. "By no means improbable each J Lives, 8 vols
on day. endorsement, as it is not intended to Persons making bids will make two
I Works 6 vols.
/ said another, "seeing he was And I deem it necessary to apprise Josephus's ,
V break the seal of :any proposal until the sets ofproposals, one predicated on being Hamilton
in book all his who choose ofler on Purgatives,
to contractor
engaged keeping- those may to i time for receiving bids shall have expired paid in Western funds, and the otheron Armstrong Fever
on Typhus
life!" the supply, that the bee will bu required -I ,
I receiving payment in drafts on the Miner and Fevers
to be ofthe be..t wicn the market Tully on ,
A lady, whose nephew was a can afford, and purlieulai attention must 8. The Postmaster General reserves to department, Washington or some At- Orfila'bi Practical Chemistry, byCoxe,

r student at Cambridge, meeting a be had to the butclieruv: thereof as a ri- I V I him-elftlu. ligHt declaring any contract lantic City. Powel on Contracts,

L Cantab, an acquaintance, asked jitl inspection of it wil' always be made ut an end, whenever one failure happens GEO. GIBSON. Morse's New Gazetteer, '

him how he conducted himself. Persons offering to contract,will make winch amounts,to the loss of a trip. Commissary General of_Subsistence._ Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket

"Why truly, Madam,", was the their proposals in writing, sealed and directed 9. The distances stated are such as have SHERIFF'S SALE. Milton's orks, 2 vols. gilt,
to this been communicated to this office and Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol.
3 me at place, stating the gilt,
"he is brave fellow and
reply, a rate per pound, in a single bid, for which' some of them may be incorrect : On this Superior Court, Went Florida. Beauties of Shakespeare, do.

V sticks to Catherine Hall! "I protest they will furnish, and they shall be.in I I subject the contractor must iufor &jrri- Sarah Boon,,Admt'x") Campbell's Poems, do. .

/' said she,"I feared as much ; formcd ofthe acceptance of their propo. I, self the Department will not be answerable vs. >fie fa. Hervey's Meditations, do.

V he was always hankering after the sals, either by letter from me or on per- I for any mistake. Nathan Shackleford.j Pilgrims' Progress do.

r: wenches from a boy!" sonal application to me, at Cantonment 10. No bid shall be withdrawn after the BY virtue of this execution, I shall proceed Pope's Works, 2 vols. do. '

. A French author who bas Brooke, on the day above mentioned. time for receiving bids shall have expired, to sell at Public Auction for Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life,do.
recently -
1 John Lt. and take the cash, on Tuesday the first day of November -
Page sboulIanyj!person refuse to ALSO,
1 V published a Tour through( next, at .12 o'clock, at the Court ,
.4,,':. Com. Subtittence. contract at his bid, he shall be held responsible The Sorrows of Wetter, Vocal Standard
England calls plumb-pudding NO.TE-No proposals will be received to the.Department, for the dif. House in Pensacola, the following_ real Life Franklin, Paul and Virginia,

pouden de plomb (lead pudding) lit after the 19th December; the the remainder ofthe unsold land
viz -All
the contract shall be made. No decisionson
translates Shakespeart's Winter's to the onejimited. WHICH,
bids shall be made known before the in the tract of ei ht hundred arpents, ad-
with the on
.' Tale into conic de Mr. IWnter. 4 28.-t2Od, I together stock heretofore_
17th of October.. The ussiirriment of any I joining to this City on the east and fronting hand extensive and -
a general
The - -- ---V -- --- I composes
Minister -- -
Pitt very
he ---.0--------- "
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says wascaU..d : CftU'OLA.Pursuant contract without the consent of the Post on Pensacola Way, granted to Francisco assortment of books, a'nd will be
- Billy,..because he introduced V master General, shall forfeit it-and in Moreno, and conveyed by acts of sale sold'at the New-York prices for cash.-

so many billa into Parliament.A to an order of the Hono- all cases where application to make a to,this defendant ; together with all theimprovements Country Merchants and public or private

well-known gentleman, of rable County Coutt of Jackson, transfer is made, the terms must be fully ,consisting of Libraries furnished on the most liberal

T Magdalen College stated. terms, and such books as are ordered and
I Cambridge, WILL BE SOLD 1M THRRE_DWELLINGHOUSES ,, "
" V had taken his watch from his i 11. The contracts are to be in operationon are not on hand, will be procured with as,

tf, V I'pocket to 'mark the time he intended -I To tiia Mgtoat Biddra the first dayj of January next, and continue Iiil little delay as possible. Orders attended from to a
one distance will be as promptly
4 to boil an egg for his breakfas't ON the first Wednesday After the third yeanJolm M'Lean out Houses &c. !te. and meet with :the same liberality as*

V when a friend, entering the Monday in October next, at the And also one other tract of land, Containing personal application.W. .

t V room, found him absorbed in some town Chipola, the Seat of Justice for Postmaster General. eight hundred arpents on Durand's -Hasell Hunt.
abstruse said County, a part of the lots of said General Pott-Office Bluff; Escambia County granted to An-
calculation
with
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the egg Town. frahingtonrCitgJuly 14, 1825. toine Collins,and by him conveyed to this April 12th, 1825. '
; in his hand, which he
upon was defendant. -
q Terms of Sale-Ten p ' :. intently looking, and the watch 'vance, the balance in six and twelve JN UT1CE Also two other tracts of land, adjoiningthe NOTICE.
its in last mentioned,granted to Lewis
supplying place the saucepan months. Gag- C.-
I., 1" S hereby given, That at the next term net and Nicholas Lopez, and by them '\ LL persons indebted to George
,. boiling water.- #,A '
: Titles
Pap. will be made the Tod make parment .
V 01 receipt of 1 of the Horu the County Court, 1 will conveyed to this defendant, containing are requested to
Artificial Aancfr.-Perhaps the the.last payment. present the accounts and vouchers, and eight hundred arpents each. to thesubscriber, who is his .only

I V following relation may be interest-i The town of Chipola is situated on the make a final settlement of the estate of Seized at the.suit aforesaid, to pay the legal attorney, and- authorised to give dis

ing' to the curious, and at the western bank of the river of tin- same Giles Newton,;late of Pensacola, deceas- sum of seven thousand three hundred and charge.

: .me time be the means of direct name, at the head of navigation, and ;&d- eo. thirty-nine dollars, 82 cents, with interestand T. Twitchell.

V lug some unfortunate being to an joining handsome to eminence rich and, fertile lands! ; on a 'John de la RuarAdministrator. I cost-- and will be sold to satisfy the Pensacola, Aug. .29-27--<3t. -
commanding a view V same.
V I ingenious mechanic who can actually of the country round it, and the _
t make artificial hands and of health and good water is not surpassed prospect.' Fefc. 24th 1825! -51-tf. Davison,. C\uek &Wate, -Mt\\et.


' V feet, which are a valuable substitute by any section of the Territory. Sheriff E,. CountySheriff's -. THE- SUBSCRIBER,

V for amputated limbs. When Thos., U. Hull, ST4T1JNARY.nUSTrecei Office, Pensacola/ recommenced business at his! oM
HAS
July 2d, 1825.-17-c-lamts. ne
Clk. .ed and for sale Palafox street, where
we recollect that the Taliacotianqpcrition Dep. C. C. at the Pen- on-
of Jackton Ooum,. QJ sac la Bdok Store, a small additionto New Apothecary Stoce will attend strictly to'all business in hiS
manufacturing new The Editor of the the the former p*'
Florida Intelligencerwill assortment of Stationary I before on line. He grateful for .
noses, out of the integuments of give, the above an insertion once a hand, consisting of V V V .. &QCTOR THOMAS B. BELL, tronage ofthe Public antfbegff a'contflJanc ;

the forehead, has been successful month untill the day of sale, and forward Letter Paper, plain and gilt edged, % RESPECTFUlLY informs the Citi. favors,,as-he is determined that n

ly practised in the United States their account to the Clerk' Office in Blank Book, assorted sizes, VPuteBoardDrawing and the inhabitants pains shall be spared in future, to Plel7

V and that palates to the mduth and Jackson County, Florida. paper, V I of the,'neigh"oring country; that he those who may- favor him with their cur ofom.
V 21-lamts. Extra fine Red Sealing Wax,. I* now' opening _an assortment of fresh \ He haaon .hand an assortment
even glass eyes can be fined into
Japan Hand Boxes, Jewelry. :
4f the sockets *o completely as to :NOTICE.Joseph Kidderj Durable, Ink ua ti. ... I Drugs Medicines, John White.

t : deceive a critical observer, we can C. x-' this oase Camefc".Hair.Pencils.V i three ors.bove'3tessrs.rinlay &.Rush Pensacola Aug. 26th, 1825-26-g .

scarcely! doubt the possibility ol \\vivinp y.serlUr-l Isuitinstituted hu been .AUO V I tpn'a Store, on thecorner: of'Palafox I .

making other appendage, equally I late firm of John,&Jos. ( 'and a Mew dozen!Webster's Spelling'Books. Street and the.Bay.V .. STATIONARYTOfcT .
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V useful. : C. Keyser, 'writ of attachment !Pensacola 26th July,1825. V ;Doctor Bell Also respectfully tenders received and for- sale at theF '

2 A, laboring\ .man hjr the name Jr8. I issued a- t his Pensacola professional'aervicea and to the citizens of gH sacolayBook Store; a a 8H 'ort.,
Thomas Shields, J :gainst the goodsad I'L3L. : c hopes, byhis assiduity and
of Reed wbo, bad:both.arras blownadjust attention to.merit liberal their ,ment of
,< ; chattel!, rights and credits ofthe aid a shire of
below the.. elbow,,and who Thomas. The.said writ is returnable to ALL .P nfe 'J4*ring. wy; itemands patronage.: -: /" Quills, superior qu>utj>
he -
the 1 Estate of FRANCISCO ,' !$acoaieIt. :st1. 825.- -.{t.
3 had aho suffered the lots of'an eye, County'Court of Escambia' county, TOUARD, cleceased, 'are hereby ,caUe'd ". Letter Paper Wafers,

in blasting: a rock at tie.bottom of OctoberTerxjj825.V Aug. 26th, 1825-26 6t. upon to pVes ni them without V delay*: and '_ .. 'Mail, ArrangementCm ,. .Ink Powder, V .black. rCT'SeI1IIgVaXVantI .
.
: a", we'l' application a few V all persons indebted:to taid Estote are .. \ on Thuwd atyS_P.'M. V

we'ealnico to Mr. Doyle, of the -PRINTiNG'; requested to make/ !immediatewmeht' -SV "'" V Closes on'Friday aY2A.1I. : .
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Columbian. MI& um, in Boston, Executed. qaatness- and dis.pfttcIat & .- n. QIJINA, _' '' > Kobert Mitchell, "Office" Tape' flu1V"

who carred a pair of hands and : this Qli r.. ren .co1at1a'V ms.: qr.' 4 V .. fit V.;' Post Master, V '" #'.W. .'H. aBe 11 V ,
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