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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 15, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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iT.. :ii. SATURDAY! 'OCTOBER_ _ -_ _15-1825_ ._ _- -_ _ -_ _ _ No. 33.EVERT I
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SA7'URDAr, I ry, or of any other offence heretofore denominated -J''husbands at oneand] the same time knowinsr suppressed by the order of any two or n exceeding one hundred :and:fifty dol\.
PUBLISHED felony, or any offence punishable of the living and existence. of such }more ,justices of the peace of the county, lars at the discretion ofth court.

; 1W W HA.SELL HUNT, by law with death or a fine of five wife or husband,he or.she sb.-JL on conviction founded upon the opinion and verdict of Sec. 98. Be itjkn' ther enacted.That any

4 EDITOR AND PnorniKTOH hundred dollars, \\'hippingoffifty lath be sentenced to a fine not exceedin twelve free-holders of tne, tame,, who pei son or persons who shall wilfully and

SOLE of t"Ifl.- s of the United,'Stale, es, or exposure on the pillory, every person ::,,. ? one thousand' dollars at the discretion shall be summonect, sworn, and impanneled "maiciotijlyet! reto. or, ;barn.any stack .
1 ,1lis74er othe Territory of Florida. so offending shall be punished by a' of the court. And the second marriageshall for that purpose which order shall be, or stacks of corns fodder grain, straw qr .
S. a1ll1 -Year g5 fine not exceeding one thousand dollarsor be void ; but long absence' of the directed to, arid executed by the sheriff hay shall on conviction be fined ,not exceeding

SUBSCRIPTION. Half :3. whipping not exceeding fifty stripes, wife or husband, and no information of the or any constable of Che county. three hundred dollar, or .whilp ) V
Quarter year 1 50 at the discretion of the court. fate of such husband or wife, snail be I|I Sec 86. Se itjurther enacted That any d'not; exceeding fifty stripes, at the discretion V
year j! Sec. 62. Be it further enacted, That if I cause of acquittal of the person indicted, butcher or other person selling the flesh of.the. rt. ..
twelve and half
L S lcpaper payable In an advance.AlE1rrITNGEvery centa.. j jSnbWiptions I j any person informing or prosecuting un- and in every case, the issue of such se- of a diseased animal- or other unwholesome Sec. 99 Me it further fnactedThit\ti- '

; advertisement !\ der any pretence of any penal: Uw, shall I cond marriage born before the commence- provisions, shall be indicted, and ny person shall wilfully and maliciously

width of column and measuring :compound. with the offender or direct the ment of any prosecution for bigamy or for so doing shall be sentenced to a fine set on fire any woods, lands, or marshes
: Of the twelve one lines of this suit or information to be discontinued, unless within the ordinary time gestation there- not exceedin r two hundred dollars at the within this Territory so as thereby to occasion .
.: rot rnnre than type. it be by leave of the court, where the after, shall, notwithstanding the invalidity discretion of the court. loss, damage. or injury to other
any
:; firl,! insertion one cents dollareach longer weekly and wider con- same is brought, every person so offending of such marriage be considered legitimate. !- Sec. 87., Be farther,. enacted That if person, he orjshe shall on conviction

S tinuan..l" fifty ; shall be punished with a fine not exceeding any baker, distiller, merchant or other be sentenced to a fine not exceeding two .. !
011t'S at the same rate. Hide and figure two hundred dollars at the' discretion Sec. 76. Be it further enacted, That if person shall jell unwholesome bread, hundred dollars:or whipping not exceed
for the first insertion.
ur.rkdouble price of the court. I any man or woman, being unmarried drink or pernicious and adulterated liquors I ing thirty nine stripes at the discretion of
.Advertisements will 1 be tastefully displayed See. 63. Be it further enacted, That if I shall knowingly marry the husband or I Ii knowing them to be so, shall be indicted -, the court. __ .
andwill
of them
V. according to the nature of this sized, any two or more persons shall conspire or i wife another person such man or woman and on conviction shall be finedin bep. 100, Be further enacted, That ,if
be measured by matter agree falsely and maliciously to charge 01- f shall on conviction be fined not exceeding i a sum nut exceeding one hundred and any person shall wilfully) and maliciously

tvpc. When inserted nt intervals, (that indict, or cause or procure to be chargedand I one thousand dollars .at the discretion fifty dollars at.the discretion of the court. set fire to any fen e or fences, enclosure
:5 inserted evenweek from the first I j
Js,not indicted he she of the court. Sec. 88. Be it further enacted. That if or enclosures
( ach insertion will any person, or they, ; or,cause and procure the .
insertion
to the last ) so offending, shall on conviction be sentenced I Sec. 77. Be it further enacted, That if' any physician, surgeon or other person same to be done he or she shall on con. :
,\ be charged as a new a \'ert.'emrnt..Amounts' .- to a fine net exccedingfeeven hundred any person shal(! commit incestuous fornication shall willfully endeavour to spread the i. viction be sentenced to a fine not exceeding '

,I fer advertising payable alwayson dollart the discretion of the court. I or adultery, or intermarry within small pox without inoculation or by inoculation i two hundred dollars,*or whipping not '

demand. be made with Sec. 64. Be it further enacted That if the degrees of consanguinity or affinity with matter: of the small pox,or shall exceeding thirty nine stripes, at the discretion
will
u3 liberal contracts any person shall be found and adjudged a established by law* he or she shall on con- use any other itoculation than that called or: the court

: those who wish to advertise by the the Inlitor year. common barrator, vexing others with unjust viction be sentepced to a fine not exceed- vaccination, unless by special permission Sec. 101. Be it further enacted, That if

; *: All communications to and vexatious suits, such persons shall irrg one thousand dollars, at the discretion from the county cour's when the small pox any person shall unlawfully and maliciously ili '
attended
must be post f>aid, or they will be be fined in a sum not exceeding thousand of the court. shall make its appearance he or she so offending break down, open, cut through,

S to or not. as suits his convenience.An drllars at the discretion of the court. Sec. 78 Be it further enacted, That if shall be fined in a sum not exceeding injure or dest'ov any bridge, river or

_::::- --- And if the offender belongs to the profession any man and wpman who shall live to. I three hundred dollars at the discretionof meadow bank rice dam, mill dam, or any

; 11\\' Y\\yil\n.. of the law, be shall also) be disqualified gether in an open state adultery, fornication court. other dams or banks every such personso

.- ----------... from practicing lor the future. or adultery and fornication'which Sec. 89. Beit further enacted, That any offending shall on conviction be .sen _
; act todefiM'. crime and misdemeanors] Sec. 65. Be it further ttiacted, That cmbr.xcerv will be sufficiently established by any person coming into this Territory by landor tenced to a fine not exceeding"five hun

and to prescribe: punishments for the shall be deemed to consist in at- circumstances, which raise the presumption water, from any place infected with a I dred dollars, or whipping not exceeding

Tfl C. tempting to influence a jury corruptly to of cohabitidn and unlawful intimacy, contagious disease, and in violation of : fiftygStiipesat the discretion of the court.

Concluded from our last. V one s-de! by promises, persuasions, entreAties or who shall otherwise commit adultery quarantine regulations, shall be indicted i Sec 102. Be itfurther enacted, That if '

:cc. 53.: Be further enacted, That if I money, entertainments and the like; or fornication, adultery and fornication in any county in thisTerrirory, where he any person shall maliciously_maim or kill

aiiv person or persons khali rescue another and ever} embracer, who shall procure any shall be severally indicted, and on convic- may be found, and on conviction shulL be any horse bull,steer, or cow, or any other -
orin )legal custody on civil process, such I juror to take more)', gain or profit, or tion, such: man and woman shall be severally i imprisoned not exceeding two months: or animal falling under the descriptionas

person! 'r\ per/ons shall: be indicted, and]I 1 hall corruptly influence a juror by per- sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding fined exceeding three hundred dollars before gwen, or shall maliciously: kill a

I en conviction *hall be sentenced to pay a j swutions, entreaties, or by any other meansI five hundred dollars at the discretion at discretion of the court. hog or hogs any such person so ,ttending .
fine equivalent to the amount of the debt shull be punisiied by a fine not exceeding of the court. And on conviction a se- Sec. 90. Be further enacted, That any shall on conviction be sentenced to

crden.and, for which such process was is- 1 two hundred dollars at the discretion of coral time a fine not exceeding seven person wandering or strolling about, able pay a fine Dot exceeding two hundred

V .ued, and the jaid person or persons shall I the coufi. hundred dollars, and for every repetition I to work or otherwise to support himself dollars, or whipping not exceeding fifty

be prisoned in the common jail of the Sec 66. Be further enacted, That any of the offence a fj'me not exceeding eight Iin j a respectable way or leading an idle stripes at the discretion of the court,

V county, at t'.ic: discretion ef the court. justice of the peace charged with malpractice hundred dollars. But it shall at any time i or profligate course of life, shall bee. 103. Be further enacted

Sec".54. Jic further enacted, That if any in office, by using oppression, tyrannical be in the power: ; of the parties to prevent be arrested by a warrant issued by any That if snail maliciously ; ,
person shall aid or assist a prisoner, i partialit, or any other conduct or suspend the nro-..:ution by marriage, justice ot peace, mayor, or alderman, and any person
lawfully committed detained in jail for. i unbecoming character as an uptight if such marriage! can be: legally solemn-. bound in sufficient security for his ood injure destroy any turnpikegate

any ofience against this Territory, or who magistrate, in the administration! and under iztd.Sec. : I behaviour and future industiy for one; or gates, or any post or posts,

shall be lawfully confined by any civil pro- I color of his office, shall upon conviction 79. Be it further enacted, That if I year, and upon his refusal or failure to rail or rails, wall or walls, or any

cess, to make his or her escape from jail I, be fined not exceeding five hundred any persoa shall be guilty of open lewdness : give such security shall be committed t chains, bar/or otheI"cnce -

t- although no escape be actually made, or if :, dollars at discretion ot the court.- or any notorious act of public inde : and indicted as a vagrant, and on convic-I: ing to belong-
tny person: shall convey or cause to be 4 And lie shall also be removed from office. cency, tending to debauch the morals, 0: tion shall be punished by any turnpike gate or any

delivered to such prisoner any disguise, Sec. 07. Be it further enacted, Thut if of keeping disorderly tippling houses on exceeding thirty nine stripes, at the discretion house or houses t-> be erected for

instiument, or arms, proper to facilitate any person>> shall Knowingly send or deliver tne sabbath day!or night, he or she shall ot the court. And all other offences the use of any'such turnpike gateor

the escape of such prisoner, any such any letter or writing, threatening to be indicted, and on conviction shall be against the public morals, health, police gates, or shall maliciously and .

person, although no escape or attempt to accrue [accuse] another person of a crime, fined not exceeding one hur.dred dollar, or economy shall be fined in a snm wilfully injure and Lucks
escape be act*".illy made, shall on V con with intent to extort money, goods or or whipping not exceeding thirty nine not exceedingtwo hundred dollars at the destroy I
viction be pumslu/d! by a line not exceeding chattels, or other valuable thing, or threatening stripes at the discretion of the court. discretion of the court. guide pos,., or other works'erect- j V

four hundred duliare, ut the discretion to maim, wound, kill or nurdei, Sec. 80. Be itjurther enacted, That if r Sec. 91. Be itjurther enacted, That if ed to protect and secure the navigation

ol tie: court. or to burn his or her house or other pro- any person shall for his or her emolumentor any person by false representation of nis of rivers every such person,

Sec. 55. Be farther enacted, That i if : ju-rty, (though no money, goods, chattels livelihood maintain and keep a 'lewd[ own respectability, wealth or connexions so offending, shall on conviction

any person shall aid or assist; any prisoner i or other valuable thing be demanded) any house, or place) for the practice of fornication shall obtain a credit and thereby defraud I be fined in a sum

to attempt escape from the custody of I such person so offending: shiill on convtc- either by themselves or others, he any person or persons of money, goodsor not exceeding1
any sheriff) constable, officer, or otherperson ; titan be sentenced ahne not exceeding: or she shall on conviction be sentenced any other valuable thing, or if any per two hundred dollars, or whipping

who Miall have the lawful charge Ij' five hundred dollars, ut the discretion of I to a fine not exceeding three hundred L son shall cause or procure others to re not exceeding thirty nine stripes

( such prisoner: every person so offending 1. the court. dollars at the discretion of the court. port falsely of his honesty, respectability, at the discretion of'Ihe court.
s>hall be fired in a sum not cxce'edinir I Sec. 63. Be it further enacted That any Sec. 81. Be ii further enacted That if wealth, or character and by thus imposing Sec.
four hundred dollars, at the discretion ofthe other ollences against the public justice any person shall keep and maintain a on the credulity of any person or persona 104. Be it fur ther enacted,

court. I which rua) occur-shall be punished by coaimon ill governed and disorderly obtain a credit and thereby fraudulently Thai if any person shall wilfully

Sec. 56. Be further enacted, That i if 1 1L imprisonment not exceeding two months house to the encouragement of idleness, get into possession of goods, wares, and maliciously burn or set fire to V

L any person confined in jail shall escape : and a fine not exceeding three' hundred I gaming, drinking, or other misbehaviour, merchandize, or any valuable thing, he or any ship, b'oat or" other vessel, above -
t therefrom and he thereafter taken, suchperson j dollars, ut the discretion of the court. to the common disturbance ofthe neighborhood she shall be deemed a cheat and swindler, the value of two hundred dollars

shall be indicted for an escape and I I I &cc.: 69. Be it further enacted, That i if or orderly citizens, he or she shall I and on conviction shall be fined not exceeding within V .
being convicted, shall be fined not' exceeding : two or more persons assemble for the on conviction be sentenced to a fine not two hundred dollars, or whippednot any of the waters ofthu

one hundred dollars, wr whipped purpose of distyrlJllI!{ the public peace or exceeding three hundred dollars, at the exceeding thirty nine stripes, at the Territory,
not exceeding twenty stripes, at the dis- committing any unlawful act, and do not: discretion i of the court. discretion of the court, shall wilfully and'' maliciously

cruionof court. disperse: on being desired or commanded I Sec. 82. ,Be further enatted, That i if Sec. 92. Be further enacted, That i if make or be assisting in makingany
Sec 57. lie it jill t" r enacted That if so to do, by judge, sheriff suall _
justice : constable any person shall by himself servant or any person use any difficult means hole in the bottomside
any htrifi'or other officer or person employed j.II or other public officer, but shall I other forjiis; (other than those mentioned in this act) or any
agent, gain, or living, keep V
other of
having any offender, guilty or accused proceed to any breach of the peace, the have, exercise or maintain or practices in matters of fraud, shall be part a ship, boat or vessel
(If or confined for an) crime, in his 1 j I jcrsou: su offending shall be pums'iejMjy 1 I house ,table a COTh.flOjgaining in deemed cheat and a swindler and on above the value aforesaid, or
or room
or
custody shall voluntarily) pern/it or suffer't I a hue not exceeding one hundred dollars, I house or place occupied by him, any conviction shall be sentenced to make, do any other 'act tending to the '
offender
Mtcli procure
tn escape or at large, at the discretion ot the
go court. restitution to the defrauded and
such bherilYor\ or permit any persons to freqrnt or conaetogether party loss or destruction of such ship
other olficir p\-r- Sec. 70. ,
every or Be it
further enacted
That if I shall be punished by tine not
exceedingtwo
to ) for
*on employed so offending l1 on conviction any tvoor more persons, either with or: valuable play money, or any other hundred dollars,or whipping not exceeding boat or ves'el J, every person so of
be disini&td irom oflice, and shall without a common cause of quarrel, do an conviction thing shall at be any game, he or she on V thirty nine stripes at the discretion fending shall; on conviction be
: sentenced to fine '
be fined not a
exceeding three hundred unlawful act of violence or any other act, not exceeding three hundred of the court. fined in a sum not to exceed five V
dollars: at the dollars at
,
scl'clion; the court. 111 a violent aud tumultuous ,
hi 5b' Jtc it manner, such the discretion of the court. Sec. 93. Be further enacted That hur.dred dollars, or whipping not
c. further enacted, That if icrsou so offending siiall: be guilty of any
amslienff: cOl'Ol1crj.ilcr, or oilier"officer rIOt, and on conviction, shall be punished a Sec. 83. Be if further enacted, That any baker or other person, who shall sell exceeding fifty stripes at the dis.

h.dl: u utility rt fuse to receive any offen- by a tine LilA exceeding two hundred dol person or persons, who may he found bread under the assize, established by cretion of the :court.

ier', ch *rgcd.aith, orgmlly of any indictable lars, at the discretion 01 the court.Sec. I I playing and betting at any game with] the corporation of any, city or the regulations Sec. 105' ii'furtkcr f
oiK-ncc" cards dice, checks, or at billiards, or 01 the rules laid enacted,
O; committed as a witness on 71. Be it further enacted That I if any any village, or
xlic pan of this 'Ierntory, or having such two or more persons shall fight in a other instrument, article or articles, thing I down by any law, shall be deemed a That all other acts of, malicious

oH'enderor witness in his custody shall place to the tenor of the citizensand pubIc p. or things whatsoever heretofore used, o r I cheat and on conviction shall pay a fine and fraudulent. mischief not here V
\oluntanlv which may hereafter be used for the not exceeding one hundred dollars o 2 enumerated but
permit or suffer him or her to disturbance ot the public tranquillity the pur- standing upon the V
rope ami go at large, thou every Such jcrsons so offending shall be punished, by po.iti of bettingiupon or winning or losing whipping not exceeding thirty nine same footing of; reason and justico's
sIt'rH! ,coroner, :t.ler. constable other a fine not money, or any other thing or things, article stripes, at the discretion of the court.
or exceeding one hundred dollars I.r 1all be punished fines
or articles i f value ,' by not exceeding
officer or pCfhOil.U offendingshall on it the dweretion ut the Cuurl. > or any property, Sec.94. .He it further enacted, That if
conviction r>e fined in a sum not exceed Sec. 't 2. Be. itfuuher t'llacled.Tbat if or any other-article or articles, thing or ,. any person shall sell by false weights or two hundred dollars, _or

ing three hunmed dollars, at the discre person or persons shall Lfly things of value,jnuy be indicted, and on measures, he or she shall be deemed a whippingnot exceeding fifty"
tion of the court. or lumlbill, written or many newspai conviction thereof, shall be fined in a sum common cheat and on conviction shall be stripes at the discretion of the
Sec. 59. lie further printed, pub- not exceeding two hundred dollars,at the sentenced fine not exceeding one .
enacted That isli other S
or
if proclaim any (person as a coward discretion of court.
the that
any peison court. Provided, hundred dollars, or whipping exceed t
shall
peJ'tUI13 or'use
buy or receive any other opprobrius and abu- this act shall: not be construed to extendto nine of Sec. 106. Be if further '
*tcLb n good, or cJiultcls: that shall be fe- jive language for not ing thirty stripes,at the discretion enacted,
lomousl} hiolen or taken from'U1\' other orligntin a duel accepting, such a cnalcnge ,I. horse racing, shooting with guns of the court.' .And any person guilty of any That if any persoD'shall drive entice
person cr any description used against enemy, other deceitful or artful by V
practices,
person, knowing the
same to '
bcstol..n, >cTioii: :> so offending shall on conviction away or remove any cattle
lit wrestling jumping,foot five-play which individuals the
racing defrauded
she ,
or they shall be, taken and be fined or public are "
deem not V
five from"
hundred 'or with
((t an accessary or accessaries after the tars at t.e discretion exceeding of dol- ing, pitching with quoits or dollars, or any or cheated, shall be punished bya a pasturage range
the court. And of &wni- brsuch'cattIe
J-Ct, and shall" incur the same punishments on the tviabotuclr offenders other peaceable and civil athletic exercise tine not exceeding one hundred dollars, out leave the -,

would be incurrectand. inflicted on the evidence shall be taken, and if the the printer's of man or men not herein particularly], or whipping not exceeding thirty nine such person so' driving. enticing ,

person or persons comicted of having shall refuse to give up the author printer or wri.ter's :. enumerated: stripes, at the discretion of the -court. or removing shall be fined in
stolen the said Sec. 84. Be further enacted, That it Sec, 95.Be further That if a-
goods.5)1'chattels name enacted. not exceeding fiye
so bought or names, he shall be punished shall be lawful for' a sum twenty
cr received, knowing' the same tu be sto for contempt$ at the discretion of the any lawful officer with ny person or, persons shall maliciously or dollars at- the ,discretion of the
len. court. legal authority to break open any suspected without authority cut down, remove or
,
Sec. rooms or houses, where it is commonly destroy beacon or 'beacons buoy or: court. And ,if such offender.be.a -
60. lIe i. any ,
73. .
further enacted That if Sec. Be !
further enacted, That a I libel I known that carried and slave"he" she hall
unless
is said
any person shall conceal, receive or harI shall be dee.ued to be a malicious de gaming on, buoys erected by-any commission Of. p or; I
to take found gaming, and I to other ,' duly fine be 'be punished
ny or
I an)' burglars, felons, or thieves, know famation, expressed either by printing person lotage or person persons' paid, not ex
in or bind them Overto the next court of the authorised for he, she or
that'purpuse ,
; them to be so, he, she or they, shall betaken writing, or signs, pictures and the like district such" ceeding twenty lasheYat the discretion
or where conviction be by
county shall punished
as accessary or accessaries after the tending either to blacken the memory ut ufliuiclmy they on of thecourt.:; -
be committed. Provided ,
may hundred
fact < fine exceeding one
anti being? ;convicted shall be punished one, .wao w dead, or the honesty virtue a : dollari'C .
,. officer entering the dwelling house of any or.. whipping not exceeding Sec. 107. Be. it further ,enacted
by fine
a not exceeding two hundred I integrity or of
reputation one who is klive, i individual without having sufficient cause toe discretion of the court. '
dollars stripes at That if shall hunts by
person
V or whipping not exceeding and thereby him any ,
thirty- exposing or tier to : ,
public
for shall be fined not exceeding 96 'Be it enacted .That, '
suspicion -
further
Sec ; any '
Tulle fire in the night time with
hatred light
V stripes, at the discretion ot the court. contempt, or ridicule ; the & .
And every per- )hundred. dollars discretionot who shall put.into any bale:
the escape of the felon before trial son coinictedotihis offence shall be fin- 'the person cask isksor' otlu gun or other fire arms, and, shall
shall court. -, bales-of cotton, or. ,
not operate to excuse the person ed in a sum not exceeding one thousand V so hunting kill horse
harbouring.Sec. dollars Sec. 85. Biftl rl1air enacled"Th&t all I p.cki&geaOfuprxice: or pork,I or anyother .any cow,
at tne discretion
of the court. nuiiaDCcnot herein mentioned,' which articles of provisions, any dirt,>ruJof ,hog, or stock of any .kind. being '
And in all indictment
61. Be it furtfxr enacted That ifny cases for a libel, I tend' bisti or othcrthinfor the p i other than his V
the shall be to annoy, th community or injure property !own, such.
person shall person prosecuted allowed to
ouicr valuable take money, goods, :V or give the truth ?in evidence.Sec. the health or the:citizens.in general!,or to adding to or increasing' weight of the 'persoa shall'on conviction. be finedin V
consideration;or reward or, corrupt-the public! morLshaIl be:indictable same,shall be deemed'a common cheat '
pl'UmLethereof. to compound any trca- 74. Be i{further t1nact ,*That all and p.umltia6Ibl'fine not exceeding and on', coDictioD'.bIJ1 e fined in aium a sum not exceedingtw fiv

ton' exciting or attempting to excite and other offences against the .public 'peace two bndrdVdIZ' at the discretion' not exceeding two hundred l1atl,at the dollars whipped -eicwing1:

w up an insurrection or revolt of slaves, shall be prosecuted aud ;-indicted; andti ot.the court*. ,[And any; nuisance, which, discretion of the court, .- thirty nine stripes; :ut 'thfc' discretion V

aurdcr.manslaughter rape arson, forge punishment in every case shall be a. fine tends to immediate annoyartce of the'citizens Sec,.97. Be itfurther enacted That all of the .curt.., ,

p.w burglary n :, .house-breaking, robbery, not to exceed five' hundred clolur&at the in general! J, OTiS manifestly injurious other oficoces"committed ,by cbiatingand Sec. 108. &e: further enacted V ;*
recemng stolen goods or other discretion ofthe, court. to the public Aealtb:and lafety."ior'tend.. deceit, or offences against the public I

Bn rcperty.! eSCape,rccue, breach! of prison, Sec. 75. Be it further.enacted, That if, greatly to corrupt the ihanneff rtnd''morali trade'not herein enumerated,', but .'which Thatjf any- person shall :bV.en-
>
err, PUJurror'lubornatiOD of shall have two : < id be puniihe4bya.fine I gaged or coBCt media rot ifenttiofijp.V
perJUI any person wires or twoS ciibc people:: may be removed: wsyshill .; ,- .

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fcoite wiling spirituous .liquors, .- t'it- should be capable 1 log) and youJiave found ayyo. lUbed in the, Otorgia .. '
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or any other tJ' having' immcdLte : such A wonder ?" And i :are 'welcome to_ them.' reference tothe authorjtr}Jape" I
for
. tendency to disturb or thelifeor; one chop: king tbe.tna',. I.regaid nt.
could be obtained on easier The" Scotch are a very inquisitive .to
..- cause a disturbance oft congregation correspondence be twetB the "0e
S of white persons assembled people.Their viiriqus questions vernor and the General,
for the purpose of divine worship ) .granted that a man's are deemed obtrusive, and frss we should hate 1te c Q r

c at a church, chapel, synagogue, the is dear-dearer than any arc carried to a great length.- the latter had adhered through1

camp meeting, or other public app ,world's tnlh,"' and there Two geMlemen frit in together, to the calm, dispassionate :

place, with intent so to disturb ort lric spirit in tlis'section ;both travellers on horseback: and dignified temper which chlr, a

M cause a disturbance, such person I don country which ia ever. strangers to each other, when the ized hu early correspondence cte" r,

,' shall be fined not exceeding one defend when assailed. f followine'conversation; took place : the Governor. The tone 'itb.

hundred dollars, or whipped not I spirit ia:misused. There Raw evening, sir, rather," observed the Governor assumed Which

' exceeding thirty nine lashes at the few' men who can oe call the one, with an Aberdeen him ought to have been disrceaM toward

discretion of the court, Provided, among us ; and very accent : Yes, rather," replied the ed. He should hate r

t -\b'atbia prohibition shall not be |are not under the influ other. You will likely be a that he was sent on a tonecte4

construed to prevent any person the !Christian feelings and stranger in these parts," continued and delicate business, and ii special"01114

I in a city, town, or village. from that cannot be _provok the Aberdeeoian : *' If I can," laconically have been better, we conceit
: pursuing his usual avocation, ex t. There must be 'pro replied the other, looking he had, in fulfilling hisimpo/C j

. r cept on Sunca,. is and that maybe fancied neither to the right hand nor trust, disregarded whatever

1.* Sec. 109. Be it further enacted,I That provocation is in I to the left. Perhaps, like my- considered personal towards him h*

; I That if any person shall sell or by bitter words, and under sill you may be going to Banff ?" self, and passed over the suppOW

give any spiritous, vinous,or other ncf' of passion a chal 11 Perhaps responded the other, provocations of the Governor (
i in
c ", intoxicating liquor to any soldier, sent and accepted-an act yawning. In that case, perhaps, silence. It does not look well
J. seaman, or marine in the service ud! not have generally you will put up at Cullen ?" 1 think, however just he and ,1ra

of the United States,without per-., ny, t' i in cold blood. And may, or I may not," answered his may consider his resentment others.

mission in writing from the commanding or are so many points of companion. Pardon me the liberty see him bandying tart and t0

officer, or if any person to be observed: that were of the quession, sir, may I retorts, clever as they may be cutting,wit

p. shall purchase, barter, or exchange s ever so much disposed ask if you are a bachelor V "No." one filling the Governor's Stat jun-
for any arms, ammunition, or clothing and :their differences amica "011 I! married I" "No, no." "Sir, nor can it be an agreeable special:

! in the possession of any soldier not be done, in ,conse- I beg your pardon, 1 may have unintentionally cle to any dispassionate person

p seaman, or marine in the in oflhe officiousness of nter- : touched upon a pain see a military officer of the Gene to

' ; service of the United States, such They.fight with an un-I ful subject ; your black dress oughtto ral Government warmly lecturing

:;? person so selling, giving, purchasing a hand-they-prove their have checked my inquiries ; I the Executive of a State, howeter

4 bartering or exchanging, or ; but that is \\'htitevery body. beg your pardon, sir-a widower ?" ,indefensible the language of ths

c. any person being accessary Jhcie- ble to grant them before. I U T o'no, no." "Neither a bache- latter may have been toward him.

to, shall on conviction be fined in a State there are laws a-I lor, nor married man, nor widower It would have been better, we hum

: sum not exceeding fifty dollars at but what do they i ,; :in .Heaven's name, sir, thon, bly conceive, if the General had
, .: the discretion of the court. to n !the'present state of pub what can you be ?"
Sec. 110. Be further enacted, it is an easy matter and be d-d to.you, since you his well established character, or
:' That if any person having the legal ing them. Duelling is strict- mustknow !1" exclaimed the stranger to his superiors. It would' hue

; 'it*. controul of a slave, shall suffer drt> by the regulations I clapping spurs to his horse, been more discreet and more con

t him or her to go at large and trade tm and Navy, yet it is and dashing out of sight in an in- sistent with true dignity, as wellas

as a free person>> such person so is the practice wink stant.-Courier. propriety, to have passed by
t : offending shall be fined in a sum sity Indeed it seems vain to I! -- whatever was personally offensive

., not exceeding thirty dollars at the yet on the subject.till pub J"rom the Jiotton Daily Advertiser. to him in the letters of the Governor. -
, '; discretion of the court. of } is changed. It is Tunnel under the 2hame,.- .-Idem.

Sec. 111. Be further enacted, the doubtful whether any Considerable progress has been

That if any person shall give a No the Southern States could made in the digging of the tunnel -

: ticket or licence to a slave, who it I LI and in the execution of the ur.der the Thames. There are to Lafayette Book.-We mention.ed .

f r, under the controul or charge of another they now rxifct, against be two at-ch-ways for carriages, a few days ago the very handsome .
without the consent of E I A majority of that very and distinct pathways for foot and well conceived present-

I -' such person, having the controul the r ) which'disapproves the as8 ngel"s. The width of the from the City of New-Yoik, to

!. ,:or charge, he or she shall be fined would, to use a vulgar 1-unnel is to be thirty-five feet, its General Lafayette, received on his

'I. in a sum not exceeding twenty dol.: it i go the whole amount for height twenty and length one birth day. The following is a

, .: ; lars at the discrrt onof the court. I an of the du*-Hist a- thousand and two hundred. Each description of the present, pub

I Sec. 112. Be it further enacted, nd justice. \Vhat then archway is to have fourteen feet lished in the New-York papers:

: That if any person shall buy, accept a dor.t ;arrest' the public clear width, with frequent communications Lafayette Boo .-Under this

or receive from any slave, thAt !, :alt} chan, ** it on this. from one to the other. tile we have just seen a large folio .

4. .an) money, grain, produce, or ? i here is one way in which I The depth of the path below the volume, most sumptuously

r thing of value exceeding the value I : ri 1 y who oppose it may surface of the river is seventy-se- bound in red morocco aad gold,

?. of one dollar, exceptbrooms, bas ed ? themselves a host-and ven feet. The depth of he water exhibiting in manuscript, with

.: kets, mats, or things commonly, i I this coming under a solemn. in the ship( channel is thirty-four appropriate mottos. the official
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.t manufactured by slaves, without a lic the) will not suppers feet, and besides a bed of several acts and proceedings respecting
lickel from the master But feet of and sand it is Gen. Lafayette's visit this
4. or owner or tt for any office who gravel computed to country
overseer of such slave, authori (- engage: in a duel as there will br a thickness of and particularly to this city.
.sing such slave to dispose of such the 1'I or: second--and that they fifteen feet oi solid clay betweenthe This volume has been prepared

I : thing of value, the person so buys : their: influence to prevent crown of the tunnel and the under the direction of the Common

ing, Accepting or receiving shall in of all buch characters. bed ol the river. A strong arch Council, by Mr. Isaac F.
.I !be fined in a sum not exceeding fifty will I touch them sooner of brick work is to be built as fastas Brag e, and is to be presented to

; dollars at discretion of the i I thing else. You may the excavation advances. The the General, as an enduring record

. : .. ,court. II I them-they will set clay removed in the excavation of of the reception given by a

Sec. 113. fie it further enacted, y upon all .:such laws, he- the tunnel is conveyed to a neighboring grateful people to the benefactor
: That, duelling shall be deemed to t tet are unconstitutional. field, and there convertedinto of their faluers and their own.

:. '. be pernettitatedfighting or corns : ) make it murder to kill a bricks, to be replaced, in their It is a happy idea! most happilyand

"batting at sword, pistol, or other t .t duel within the limits of new form, in the constiucuon of tastefully executed. To Mr.

'%' ,. '. deadly weapon. If a person has ,=-they will go'out of the the arch. The entrances to the Bragge, whose pen has recorded,

shall fight a duel or shall utter, I : of the State, and nobo- : tunnel are to be approached by in characters of the greatest beauty

write, send or deliver a challenge, ? then intermeddle with the : circular descents of easy declivity, and perfection, these official

.. or if a person shall accept a challenge you : do not belong to them. I not exceeding four feet in a hun acts, and whose classical taste and

S or otherwise'consent to fight for them from office-let it dred. The arch 4)"S are to be knowledge have enabled him to select -

I a dud, or if a person shall adviser ) that there is a strong constantly lighted with gas. The from ancient authors some

: another to fight a duel, or to utter influence against situation of the tunnel is such that apposite and felicitous quotationsto

.. .t write, send or deliver achal :this cause, and they no bridge: could be permitted thereon serve as muitos, too mach:
1 t lenge, or to accept a challenge, de : frequently settle their account of the obstruction it praise'cannot be given. Nor ust

or otherwise consent to fight a diiel in an adjoining State. would affjrd to the navigation of we omit to mention Mr. Burton,

j or if a person shall be the bear. is: another subject on the river. The expense is esiinia- of the City of Washington, whos&
I er of a challenge, whether verbal led ? much less has sketches
t ; uhlick sentiment needs to at 160,000, a sum pencil designed the ,
% or written, or if a person shall you ( d, which would tend to than would be required for the e. (among others, those of the New

1 be a second at a duel, any person practice. When a man rectionoof a bridge.-lt is expect.ed York City Ball, and of the Capi'tol

'- 'found uuiltj of either of the '& for his character, even that it will be finished ino three Washington,) which orna-
said offence
shall
be
fined in a I so fair and ever so years. ment this work. This will not be
sum not
exceeding one thousand
L dollars, and imprisonment any (' he is ronsidered amongst the least agreeable! or
six not ex; are himself in public o- From the National Intelligencer least drlicaie of thS many testimonials
ceeding months at the discretion '
f of the court. and if damages are found, The Paris Etoile, in a letter received by our guest.
so slight, that it injures from Zante, gives the followingas ,
Sec 114. Be it
_ further enacted
on
clears his character. the oath of Colocotroni and his ,
That the punishment of death I We boast much of our improve'ments
then is said companions in the metropolitanchurch
3nr shall be inflicted by>> hanging by is to be in New Yorksays the Com
of di Romania in
Napoli
so much. The evil ,
tIit the neck in some public place until mercial Advertiser.) But when
the ofhe and
remedied. presence people the
$tuhi the culprit be dead ; and the members of the government :- we compare the population and
ij ; pun lhment whipping shall be business, of the two places, those
From London Papert. "\\ e swear before God und men
ThW1: ; inflicted on tbe bare back or the : of the present, season in Boston,
posteriors to contribute by all the in
-and Peter means
-a fact.-
t11C' A of the culprit with a cow- far exceed our& Their modern
attended our to the independence of
an auction some power
akin other instrument also noble and
or of the the buildings are more
c1:1: 4ike flexibility.Sec. and seeing a lot of door the Greek nation, or to die free, durable. While we are building;

\ 15. Be further enacted, his going off cheap, made a sword in hand, submitting ourselves for ourselves the Bostonians ;IiiW
faithfully the laws of
: Mr. Auctioneer knocked to ; our
massive
That when tbe.punilhmf'nt of exposure for posterity. Their
as established by the two
\ country
Upon examination
,
1 '; on a pillory shall be inflict. assemblies of walls and lofty pillars of granite,
there legislative 1822 and
Ithied, the pillory shall be placed in rr was no catches a. 1823. will endure long after our bricks
and
a squarestreet, road or other pub. ,; feeling rather will have crumbled to decay. And
tnat: he should get taken \Ve swear not only not to raise oC
lie and exposed place. the immense rows and !blocks
ht it was !Jest to make the oUr arms, in rebellion against the
Sec. 116. Be further enacted these buifdings n'ow going up, astonish -
his Ipurthase-he there government, or to conspire by private .
That the doctrine of benefit of the admiring,beholder. ,A*
lio of means or secret machinations
them
get rid a- ,
1It1 clergy shall have + the rich and beautiful
no operation or mung most
friends, and according but to be submissive to the Borders
- .ti influence in staying or modifying buildings that we ever saw, was
; upon lone on whom he had of our government, and to execute United
_ the the
; for
legal proceedings against a them that just completed
'ed :his jokes. The faithfully.
_ _2 criminals.* ) wag [ States' Branch Bank. It is of the
Pete ont of his latches "May we deprived of the brilliant .

of solid
Sec.
LASTII1".
] Be further i Doric order and the pillars,
them at a small advance light of Heaven-may the ;
Chelmsford
f enacted, That an act entitled an granite from ,
1 auction malediction of the fathers
price, at the of the
j "act concerning soldiers and seamen i ble weigh from 30 to 40 tons each.
I in the service of the United I his I told him 'the'YVere ve. Church weigh heavily upon our
___ States," approved sixteenth .I '.' I eter believed, him. heads, & may all the nations which

L tember eighteen hundred Bep yoli your price (sad h!) we call upon as witnesses, crush us I 4 Text not to be forgotten.--
and
two and one prc mile me there is no with their, present and future contempt I General Lafayette, in reply to the
twenty an act entitled
144 "act for the apprehension of criminals an ft.' c"1 do promise if ever we_betray these solemn Mayor of St. Louis, spokt of!be

and the punishment of- : no catch about the bar. promises:" American,Union in the following

1 I crimes, and misdemeanors," .' be : The w ag' received a profit language ;
17th September 1822,approved be .., and.,Peter went off General Guinea and Governor [" An,:Unioniir, ,BO. esseniM '
yet
with his bargain. The Troup.-\Ve publish only to the fate of each member
And the"same is hereby repealed. to day the not ,
.- JOSEPH M, HERNANDEZ, they met,c'well, sIr,(aid letter of General, Gaines, in replyto of the confederacy,,but also 10
: President oftbe Legislative Council. ht I might have de. that ofGovernor, Troup, winch the general fate of mankind, that M

1 $AML. FRT, ClcrkTCJpprroed for on-yo ir "wc;d 'once-you. announced the in e.t! oDor.'be-lat.! the least breach of it would

December 28th, :1824.J ; there, wa., no catch, about ter,to cease any turTheioi'reapon.deuce bailed with barbarian. joy. by an
r -co I
tWu. P.UUVAL
,
of latches.-'And with the former add universal war-whoop Europcsn.
and
Oorcrnor of the w v> so ; we .,
Territory Florida -
: : I cd ihc. wag" ,>laugh- to"the'l l letter, some testimony pub. aristocracy ,and despotism* J ..

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banishments for tmperflgIth orfechootmg wines sevr1kthteJ ,--- -- -.--_-- -.- ---_-_ .
i' 3 t>er qr.ca1e on persons Eire beta es ----

( witnesses, multiplied, until out Jurors and 2J cents per- box on raisin, bled to discover animated beinmonumentJasj'd roads, N, iTIOE.
g< r!
1P aa and our witnesses shall go into Court hot exported from Spain'Ct r the last ; temples* in the moon. persons having any demands- '
::: only to act conscientiously, but also em: ,.- ALL '
of I the estate of Domingo Recio, '
OCTOBER 15 1825. tirely without partiality or even an Unconscious July past. .
SATURDAY, From the Baltimore American : '
.. deceased called to
I r '.. leaning to either side. Letters from undoubted sources axe hereby upon pre
"" That known
and I
unknown won- sent'them without delay. andall persons
Arrival of the Decoy.The "Commonwealth vs. Cdldwell. further say that the prospect ot the drr of,the North ... for we feel con indebted to said estate, are requested to

United States' Store Ship Decor, This was an indictment for em fruit <:roiiwas very bad, the weather fident if Walter Scott I make immediate payment to- -
were
PI
LL Sunday Comm'dt.last William, 9th instant Pottenger, from, off arrivedon the bracery, and was a case of some hiving been unusually dry and bin oath I in a Court of put Justice upon Joseph E. faro, mSTATiOJVAUX.

Havana, from which place she sailed on interest, inasmuch as the offenceis unfavorable. he could tell who he was-has Admintttriior.Pensacola .

Wednesday, 2Sth September. The Decoy of a high nature in contemplation In addition to the above we have lately' obliged the public by four October 15th. 1825.-33-St .

has had very heavy weather: during of law, and may often be been favored with the following volumes entitled the Crusaders.We ""..NOTICE.BY '

.t her passage to this place. \ committed by individuals without list of prices at Gibraltar'July 30 : I have devoted few leisure .
four deaths board : of order of the
There have been () virtue an County
the Decoy during her passage, vir. : much reflection, and without a. -Kentucky Tobacco glo to 11. hours to the perusal of this work. Court for tile County of Etcambia

Lt. Com. Uulany Forest, on the 1st of knowledge of the legal consequences. : per cwk.} Flour 85 50, dull ; Havana We expected to be charmed and shall proceed to sell at P bli'- Auction for :

October. The indictment alleged that : Coffee 14 ; St. Domingo delighted, and were not disap cash, on Thursday the 15th of December

Lt. George Weaver on the 5th niOc.L' the defendant, knowing that the :,, 13 5Q ; Havana White Sugar pointed. The characteristic 'fascination .. next, at 12 o'clock on1 the premise, '

tober ; and two ordinary seamen, Wm. J.Sheflelin grand jury were impaunelled for!: gl 1 to II 50 ; 'Brown $8 to 8 50, of this writer take one half of Lot (with all the
tobe
we
f all the 1st, and John Malcolm :: .. buildings thereon Na.241
) con.
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a on the 8th of October. the purpose.. of acting, upon the :![ scarce and in demand ; Hides, the familiarity of acquaintance ;; !! f: taining forty feet trout on Spring
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f List ofojiceva on board the Decoy.Jj. matters and things" thai should :J; B. Ayr s. gis 50 i.o 19 ; Malaga which he, as the great master : Road, by one hundred and seventy -

Com. William Tottenger, come before them, and knowing..Raisins1, none ; Wines, 13 per qr. i of the ceremonies, brings about : feet in depth, belonging to the estate "l

Jj'eitt. William Green, that a complaint against him, the 'I cask, Malaga sweet anddry_ ; Ca- between his reader and characters, of Domingo Recio, deceased. '_:

Surgeon Sailing.Master, Gic.leonVhlte, G. B. Wilkinson, said Caldwell, had been preferred talonia nominal. All wines of whose camrs history has,rendered Joseph E. Caro, ';,

Midshipmen, Aikin, Yancey & Skinner, to the grand jury, did unlawfully Spain advancing owing the ad- illustrious. History disappearswhen Administrator. ,{

.7tlallt? ;"'.Mate, B. J. Richardson, attempt to persuade two of the ditionalexport;, duty just imposedby this author takes up the Pensacola, October 15th, 1825.-33-8t. 'j

Gunner, Thomas Stanley, grand jurors not to find' a bill against the Spanish. government. thread of his narrative. We frel Bulbous Flower Roots N
Boatswain John Welch, : Beacon. ,
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hun said
upon complaint ; in bye-gone centuries an
approx
S.evrard. John Irwin.
farter's 11 for that purpose, using and utter- I .. imaiion to our own time,-we knar fhrefcn RouSant8 &c. 4. Jwm
them "divers words and Tfie Comet.--'The Comet which is now
In the List of Officers on board the U. ing to not how-something like, but far
visible a little before day-light, 'is called ;
S. ship .Inlm: Adams, published in our discourses by way of commendation Encke'fc ( omet in honor of the astronomer more powerful than theatric im IPmnN mf) 1 1J

; last, th,. n tine of Midshipman 'Augustus of himself.1' It was proved of that name, Director of the l-tcal Ob. pressions. The reader will bettt'r.. PROPRIETOR of the/Linzan

H. Kiln was erroneously inserted Augusts by the government, that Caldwell I servatory ht' Seeherg, who discovered its understand what in the abstr ct it I Garden, Flushing, near N. York
"J.: Kdtz ; and the following were o- addressed of the true orbit'in, 1K19. The Anapolis Republican !
offers
iwo is the
xnitted.JJoatsvain. grand jurors,p u so difficult to eXi ress by a peru- to public his great collection .
Its revolution is i
says periodical I ,
who at'the house with him ofRulbous Flower
lodged I sal of Roots
the.present volumes hr ,
Dav.d; Vestlery, 1205 da\s-it was observed in 1786, 1795. ; consisting of630
Carpenter, John Snaler, to this effect :-" You will have a 18U5, 131 and 1822. Dr. llowditch observes will find that a treat awaits him, of Hyacinths, and varieties an of Tulips 338
immense variety of
: Gunner, John H. Ityder, complaint against an essence ped in ,his account of its appearance in I and; when he sits down to u tablr other species, the present being the .

I Sail Maker, Benj tinin Crow. lar., before .vou- to-day..- .- and I hone. 1822, that if the comet should pass tht"perehilion'oetween abounding in so many dainties, season for removing them. Also proper above 1 f

-- you won't find a bill against him, the months of October we haziid: in 800 species of Green House Plants ..
nothing the
assertion -
Our will observe, that our advertising ; and February, it would be visible in our the
patrons for he is a clever fellow ; however, that he will rue comprising most splendid and rare
northern climate but if invigorated
condi ions are more explicitly at an opposite; kinds be
Catalogues obtained
I, stated in this numDer than heretofore you may do as you please. The season of the year, it would not be visible and refreshed from the banquet.From W. Ha8ell Hunt may, and orders: throughhim gnutisof

alterations ate slight,the principal object Court charged the jury, that if they here. Helikewise! : remark, concerning ,or per mail, will meet prompt atten1 -

lii'iug; that we may be distinctly understood believed the: prisoner made use of the extreme difficulty of determining the the Richmond E quirn-. tion. Orders for fruit or ornamental trees

; wc wish it to be impossible' these words with an intention toI time and place) of its appearance.-Idem.Tallahasser A Ivlilledgeville: letter states,I and plants can also be forwarded in the

that, 'a misunderstanding should occur. In influence the jury, and thai they that Gov. Troup has lately demanded .[ I ame way October, 15th-tf. '
only one particular have we made any addition Sstfemfcr 21.-We most i 'I
to .the rates heretofore charged ; it were such words as irr likely to heartily congratulate the citizens of Tat of the President, the arrest: i Information Wanted.

I; is in caso! advertisements inserted at influence a jury, without regarding iahasse'e and the neighbouring settlements and trial of Gen. Gaines, accord '

intervals and the rule now adopted is that: the question whether they did on he final establishment;! ot'm ing to the articles of \Var. W ;; OM; seven or eight years past, Sir.s.d .
thich have been accustomed to see inaH communication vith the other Elisman Basqe of Lancaster County -
wi did in the influence < it is under
or not, present case presume the 5th art, his
I practiced in other places. It is usuaLly of the Unioll! So desirable an object we Virginia, sent son John Basqe to -
them, they m'st return a which cashiers otherwise the State
more trouble to ;ake an advertisement out arc c'ontidntViii, be high'1 appreciatedby or punishes Georgia, in care of h.s Uncle
1: of f a )4ge ami keep it in type, until a sub- a verdict of guilty. After retiringfor L every class, comprising the citizens of as a Court Martial shall direct Mr. Cundifl'after which the Uncle re-

l BfucJit publication, and then replace it, a few moments, the jury returned this infant! settlement ; uul: especially any commissioned officer uoved to the State of AUbanna, and the

!t than tile space it occupies is worth ; it is a verdict of guilty, and tht those lif us kvho first "laid the ax n, the who shall! use contemptuous or youth John Basqe came as it is supposed
t tl therefore perfectly equitable that we fined root ," whose situation appeared for some to Pensacola, since which no tidings have
15.
prisoner was S disrespectful% words
!I. thoukl be t paid fur cacti insertion! at intervals tune, srnhI.r to the captive, who, confined against thf' ijeen heard of lam by his friends in Vir-
This offence in the instance President V. President
or of lI\la.
present th
3 as tot a 'It'I !n'r'istMicnt.Duelling in :\ sahtary! cell, s>Iuu out from the society
s under the circumstances I of kii.Uretl souls aul the light o* U. S. against tne Congress of thr If John Basqe is living, he will much

;:: -Mi 1"1,111.,1 ., d.ir' an article of the ca. e, may be though i hcaien. save the faint cat of indirect ra)4 U. S. or against the Chief Magistrate gratify her in 1m.mother, by communicating-

: ott tins subject} : wti.cn we recommend i to be a slight one ; but jurors which serve I"merely as a memento ot" his f, \ or Legislature of any of--the 'I this Virginia such or information by giving the Editor of
:' paper be interesting
as
to the attentw'n ol our readers generally, to be privations j Hut the good genius; ol Freedom United may -
ought mos strictly guarded States in which he may A p to her &
and hope those who advocate the practice could not endure: thUS( tosee us pm- ; any person knowing
against all bias of quartered -We trust that GuT any thing concerning the
corrup- \ abovementioned
I will not, on that account, neglect to mg in menial 1 solitude and darkness,
read it.-Hear boih sides. tion ; and, therefore, embracery although some impatient and re .tless has- had recourse to no suchmeasure. John Basqe whether living or dead will

__ ii described as being "any at- spirits, (for ''such there are in all communities It comes with a very, confer a great favor on a disconsolate, widowed .

r We find he tOllu\\II.g piece of information tl'fUptVhatso ver, to corrupt or ,) accuse her of being dilatory, yet, ill l grace from him, who has ahn' this office.mother by giving information- at '

in the Georgetown S. C. Gazette.u influence, or instruct a jury, or any : little in her scion own goo I the ti.ne, sue iisgrafted our sinned agdinst Gen. G. in the samereject. Pentacola, October 15iA, 1825.
ito of
tree liberty
f A lew, niglUttu ro au Opussom to incline them be ; by He
io
more
b way whose f'renily\\ aid, we are now 'lavorettoriujnty ought to have done equity .
\vas caught on a tree in this town fol vorabl,. to one side than the other uilli an op ) of extending our before he claimed it. Bo I h WANTEDFive

upon winch: fowls roosied. He by money, promises, letters, commerce wjitli the remotest parts of the thest- gentlemen have suffered

bad annoyed the same yard to the threats, or persuasions, except on- world and learn both with astonishment themselves to stoop to expressions or Six journeymen

great tlfinnif'jt of the owner fortwo ly by the strength of he evidence, and satisfaction, the: rapid strides among WhICh reflect little honor
different nal\ions of the earth, and the very upon '
years.-l'tc-di-gi-0u8 and the arguments: of counsel in mighty dee a achieved by those only, themselves), or the offices they L Shoe Makers. /

open court, at the trial of the cause, who tcel the'!genial influence ot the holy hold.-The controversy has lost

Embractiy.-By reference to the 65th whether the jurors on whom lire of Freedom mantling their 00"01ls.l11tcligmcer. sirht of a dignified discussion of S 1'I: slY, good workmen, will meet

section ot'he act of Legislative Council such an attempt made, give any heir public acts ; and sunk intoa with constant employment and good

"todefine crimes misdemeanors and I verdict or not, or whether the verdict mere personal dispute. Th wages. Apply toWhitney
to prescribe. punishments for the same," FI'DE the Florida I.itelligencer. be
false. It
true or
which may be found on the first page of r being a Mn. 'Eimiri4t-Sr:; there has been much sooner i" terminates, the better for ,

; tins paper, our readers will find a definition common law offence, the amount said on tile si bject of the navigation into themselves and for their country.OBITUARY. Near Montpelier, Alabama.

of the crime of embracery and of the of the fine is at the discretion ol l Appalacl) icola, ; being well acquainted Oct. 4th, 1825-33-3t.

punishment to be inflicted therefor in this the court.-The crime is also with that cha inel myself, 1 herewith :

l erntory,and the following article copied punishable by imprisonment. close you directions for going into that '
1 from the .. IED-On Wednesday night last in this
.11t18ulch'llietta'PI, will shew the harbor; slioud you deem it SUl clcntlyIInpOl'tant ,
WMMtCCCfCCCVow Mrs. ADELAIDE ELWEF.S ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE
i- elnctnths of the in that in place. daughter
practice State, please give it a-place in
/ the National your the late Col. Danl Carroll Peusacola Bookstore
punuliing offenders in that particular a ; Intelligencer paper. 1 am >.r, respectfully your's. o Brent, of ,
Strictness highly necessary and correct.. U cut. Frederick n. Wolbert of the Navy Direct on*for sailing into ipaiachicola Virginia, and consort of Doct. ELWEKS of .-In Assortment of Stationary consisting ..oftJlLLS

It is of the utmost importance that the' was tried on certain charges by a Court Bay -tiring the east poiat ut St. Vin- the U. States' army. This worthy lady ( \ superior quality, .

t nn .ds ot ad the members of a jury should L : Martial at New-York, some time last Fall, cclJ\.' Iblaiui ijo bear north, and FUg-is- arrived at tins place a few weeks since, 'qr.5 Letter, Folio and Cap paper,
be found guilty, and sentenced to be cashier I from Norfolk, with her health sensibly impaired WaiVrs '
"
f'ntlrc1) tree from buwhen they enter Und: A. h)' \V. half \\ ., then run for the Sealing Wai
S A Court (Justice (for the purpose of!. ed. The sentence was suspended until niumle of r-dt.IsI.md, which will keep l by the indisposition to which she Peg, Cork, Glass and Pocket Inkstands,

deciding cases, and if they were never toIiew the termination of the late naval trials in you III lilt ch: nnel until( ( xou are over tue I was exposed on her voyaged for several lIed Ink Powder,
01 a cause until it was brought (,e- this citv. in one of which (the case of Lt laron \\hicii 'ou will rind tell f feet water days prior to her death, was the victim Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes,

furt them in, court, it would be much pre- UamagV) it will be recollected t ), Lieut.t: when fairly c ver the oar, haul and: of the most intense suffering. Her Mod Tape, Indian Rubber,. .
lejubie.as iht-y could not then deckle on Wolbert was the accuser:: and a material: double St. up remains" Wt-re interred the burying Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons,
Gturge's-lslaud
an) thing hut the law and the evidence, witness. The btntcncc against Lieut. small birth! :Dy giving it a ground of Pensacola on Thursday.Few Camel's Hair do. '

a* produced to them on the trial. It wilt Wolbert has since been approved by the bay, when until, you get entirely into the ladies possessed a mind more Pe ;cit Cases '
be seen b) the' below that President, and he has accordingly been yoi may anchor perfect aai'e- bountifully endowed by nature and refined Ink
report a man t '. If lIentl ndelible Drawing Paper fc
) to
you ]
r.as iouiul guilty of embracery, and sentenced stricken! from the roll of the Navy. The Iothnceofwjijcli r keep- bt. Ue rgc's ran best into tile river, by education. ,With a brilliant genius Bonnet Boards, .
a-baard
unttlUll
to pay a fine of fifteen dollars, for i he was convicted, was nuke ? and enlarged capacity, Mrs. ELWEES ALSO
I a in the
merelv remarking respecting himself, to : we. believe, piefcrring, wilfully I I false beach, riiig1ie;up N. ot woods this on thc i l h.id by study, stored her under3tanding Clothes and Hair Brushes, ,
two Giand Jurors You chai'gcItainst: Lieut. part gap to of the richest ofleaining.
will have acornplaint Kamuge.From bear S. with same treasures Common Scissors: Razors,
I and b|:eer N. by .:.,.until
1 agMitst an essence peular, before you : She cultivated the art of poetry Superior Windsor Soap and '
bring mo ,
east
thejiew York point to bear is. .
Spectator. :1I'c:: 1
3011 Io-tIay, and I hope \ou won't find a I A letter from jointV.. \ with peculiar delight ; and some productions Common Watch Keys.
Thompson's Inland, by SJ I-, then steer W. X. W. uaie -
bid Mgaiuat him, for he '& a \cry clever IduW 17 Aug. til are >aid> to have emanated from her W.
) says.: "The sickness has indeed been } ou make outer SUIKC, which lias, Haseli Hunt.
; llJever.oLI do as"ou : which have been pronounced felicitous -
may
psease. i pen
truly alarming. Out block on it, after which
fourteen the clian.ielitakedtotheu i
1\ marines s of Pensacola 15th Oct. ,
e venture
tu *ay that two thirds ut our for chastity of language, beauty 1825.'S
who
were transit rred h 1
from of the
the U. S. frigate nverwhich has:
rebels would think and harmony of versification.In .- _
they were doing no lullf imagery, -
Constellation! even uiid a feet bar. -I
Larni during the period she water ou tue
if is
tiie> were to say no more in a siJiiiiar the death at'such a woman, society
remained
here .
1
believe
the last I -NQTLCE.
one died
s.tuation ; the reum.ks were such two dayssinee." deprived of one its brightest ornaments \

us are characlcr.Mic of human nature The' West India service is terrible 1 I MOBILE, October 5. her friends exposed to a heavy affliction \.a TAKEN up on the 25th Septtember _
lost }JeJ'2.ull, knowing that a complaintasttrbe our nIThe climate i is to J1'at11i of te Cily.-Wc understand and her husband to an irreparable loss last, a negro slave, five
more dCitruc-
'
\\ made against them before a tive of life than War, and death here have been no new cases of malignant Communicated. :- feet ten and three quarter inches
(;' tndJur%, would hope that a bill uould: shape more than in comes in a fever fur 1 he last ten days and the high ; calls himself '

Lot be found, and would not think itU'J"Vllb' Within three appalling four a battle. city is at this tme considered healthy. #
or JAMES
years we have lost SMITH
to express. their hopes, even to far greater number oi brave a Many families are returning, and the ,
naval
officers
,utcii.ueisot the Grand Jury-there area than during the lust war And what, Stores are gen rally open during a great SHIP i JBI .1nd says that he belongs to' Mr
vaL many who think themselves very must be galling to their part of the lay. The improvements I Hope, wno lives-near Mobile.. The owner -
clever jctvwt% and but very few of that the fact, proud spirits \ i is which were MI; pended during tile prey of said slave is requested to come for
thalallhollb"h their
aiiain who, it they do not express that U- in the service of their lives are sacrificed lence of the fever, have generally recom RV; ward, prove property and pay charges.

pununin plain terms, fail to evince their still they arc denied the warrior country, menced, and tile city altogether begins to )) _. James Collins.

tiulI cuiibcioiiikiiti* of their worth by their ac- on the bed of glory. Hut our commerce repose present signs of business again. Should I English's Mills near Pensacola,

iIlg ; btill tins simple expression of fed- is so extensive and valuable in those seas, the sunie tavorible state of weather,whicn iott ot: EeusacoYa, Octoberlst, 1825.- 2-tt:_
; by no means unnaiurai.tt as punished has fir
that it must be protected and the prevailed several weeks past, continue '
;
in"
the case cited and justly-tor, only we do not of -
very thing the government can do, is to render apprehend return the .
thJubu me-commendation of a person, the situation of those engaged in the 'fever.-Itegitter* ENTERED. ; '

C1VtCtlilt voaki to be complained ot to A jury, piratical service, as secure and comfortable anti I.- Oct 14Sclir. 'AmeliaHeight;; I..1 < .

lJU not be likely to intiuence Jurors a. possible. Would it not be well to I : Savannah, Sept 1.-Our absent friends 'New-Orleans, Cargo to 'order.ARRIVED. ... 2O.
> labor
still u is highly to i :
necessary have the of will be
M.Hict &hip, every size engaged on : b'T'aAtifie Ito see by tie, report of \
excmp.ary punishments 011 tbea.hKhttlilaUclItl that station, more frequently relieved/i i the Hoard of 1 ealtb, which we. publish .
Oc't. U. S. Store Decoy
to bias or influence the1iiud Could not the fatal disease be prevented I this day, thai o ir city continues to enjoyan 9.- Ship Just Received and for Said
ot Jaror* or witnesses, who are to Esq. .Cora
by Pottenger
relieving them
unusual
act before they have been degree of health. During the Win. .
and speak under the. solemn 'obliga- I long enough within the tropics to contract past month but 11 deaths have; occurred, from off. the Havana. (See editorial 'ATTU, -
"wi\ ot the ; Pensacola Book Store
nuence endeavor 01 a person to m- of the government, to ,abandon thai \ state confidently, that Savannah is, at : ....iU. S-Transpoi13cbr. ,Florida ,
the ininds of Jurors his favor 12.
in charnel house culled the
Key West ? If present timej as healthy*perhaps more
a naval
\ '
u try strong evidence that he believed, depot must be kept up in that region, so, than any Atlantic City io the Union ,. Baker, Appal thicola.' '. llllU -
they Were left to decide on the Lvw I would not Pensacola CLEARED. '
or
some other
jjnu uc= ukely tue evidence to nutter.before then, he would '4hy,pUce on the coast of Florida, answer heal An experiment I is making #in'NewYork-, 'Oct. 6.-Schr. San Antonio, Louisiana & :Mississippi ,
As
conscious guilt the ? '
needs no uccuM, so a With a purpose by a Mr. Wilcoi, which, if successful, will I Roight, Si': Marks, Car g ;sundry I Almanac ( 1826.
person .
n' 1lt1 conscious of its own intcgrt, wouldice enable any merchant vessel to: baffle the.audacity articles by C. Pindar. 7 ..( or. ... '
Ins md* *twn NORFOLK Sept.- 21. [ of any piratical undertaking.The .- Schr. Mary Washington -
,
t entirely to a jury, 10.- Pri e-.pere ,j!. <
Ith
invention loaded "
rocket with liquid -
a tuh Commercially i* a
contide ce that a just ana unueciwon Important.-8fmin. .board Raet Philadelphia, Cargo, 2' ba l I ,. n; 1.-
ul8bed fire to beitbrown[ on the pi .
,
to bUn; Ul'luat would nut be injurious -The Editors of ,the New-York ratical bot, and is calculated to deatroy cotton by _Stone & Niabet.-344e- .' i1siagle ODe"' ::121omtrv

t\'ldcncc betore ajury"trom the. U-JllIrle Gazette have seen letters from it in one minute.-. dt. .Jk'4'I ., d ',.logs,. 14000: ,feet pine' lumber mere.- are re-fiiested..to '
tUCIQ, tlauu. ,. their order vithoat but
"
Uut-
rbrward 4sjj _
:1 c: bound \0 tiiI bill_ ;"b 1'.1'uuhfbe Spain up to the 30th of July, I '_...- 1- and 1 bale;cotton .by the' Master., tss-taH quantity. will be. kept .on',JwId.I .

trL L tuUy to Vindicate biiio'egt U. the which confirm- the statement made' tFu' nRngll4 i!: pCT.-: i i..Scbr.BarrietMaura- New; me-deUy In 511i%.orders,wiH ?occur'If _

to; \\e hope that tllia \Vaa) be ..Ubclou ulc,! a few d.i1yaince: that an Additionalexport The ce.leb'9pti. .;Strayel, ..of OrleaBt, Cargo* 14000 feet laraber.bf : they are not received in a abort timr i
bad We: Ioaj l1ke to ,,:: 'deCIhIlL' on' wines Bale, has Just finished'an.improved';tetta* '
' p l s tb4t e I duty and fruit cope, aty4ourJ'cctlong' It is said, thit ;Slone & Niabet.. -4 t'pJnltter W.'B&eUHt.october .-

JncllUol\fd- and .at v iud been imposed thai govern. with the aid ol' his: enormous. mSlNmenft k 1 bas.kct' bottles by P. Fainuier.t Ttha... ._ l 1S." .' _
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i41 t :En1tutLtt1c1it! .. 1 1The Patent, w5! common_ cuhy'conibi',\ /. ', -FensthbtaB$1C I $tor .' ,--BOSTONI'B.9.BiJ.. ....... .,. ..",:', I MOn: 's '()m.ee. .), '

S Coffee mills, frying pans,run locks, I (.By, Ulhorill tfOJslateW '-r rJb;;' .
____ Gun a 'z4fl1Iinti, plough lines; '-. PROPOSALS .
S bscriber"nOSjust Sad irons,weeding 'a,trace chains, ;;d per Prig St. Clair, di' FOB PUBLISHING BT :SWBSOJUITIOKj SPLENDID'. :.

received Washing Cotton cards, wire sieves, JDSTrecei New-York and for sale as OF THE"BOSTOJV
,1. per My THE LIFE ..
( Philadelphia and is now Iron weights setts,tin scales & raea- above an addUional assortment' of Books, lIn

> opening a general and well selected assortment suresin setts amonkbicb are the followi. I 1\al\D.
31IV To be Drawji in the City of NeJ1Ja
and funnels assorted York
Tin
of scoops NEW WORKS. BTDunAcD.In on
4t: WITH A PORTRAIT ..
Common and rivetted tin cups. I the 4th January 11826, ,

tz r Dj Coffee pots, sauce pans, pudding pans, Rothelan, a. Romance ofthe English His- youth, I.saw the-rugged- road And, finished in five Minutes.
blue and ,
Wash basins: printed,painted tories
! w;,. 6uitedvto the.present and ensuing seasons: cream colored plates, Stanhope's Letters: on Greece, in 1823 -. My feet were do med to tread ; .L _
consisting of the Greek And sane,1 took misfortune's lead,
do do do do twifflers and 1824 with Documents on 45 NuxiJEs-60&u.omTo
2V. Fine and superfine blue, black and drab do do do do dishes ass'td, Revolution, and tire life of Mustapha And bared to Heaven my head. .-----mDiuwx.-

cloths do do do do teas, Ali, -
do. "
J4 t Sup. and low priced sattinetts, do do do do ewers & basins, Indians, with a plan for their me-
ti7 Tartan and Caroline plaids, do do do do pitchers, Iteration, THE frequent requests of friends'and J. B. Yates ,& A. M'Intyre .
the ,
expressed by public
anxiety
cloaks ,
h4 : Men's ready made plaid -lo do do do bowla, TheodoriC, a Tale, and other Poems by I Managers.
baise and flannels, generally, to become better acquaintedwith
Green i
1IM tumblera .
QE White, yellow and red do. Upright and heavy i pint. Thomas Campbell I, the history of the Boston Bard," I I anJOOO 4>1JOmJ" -_ 5

W :! % Plain and figured black bombazetts, ALSO .The Cook's Grade, containing& &c. fcc.Biography Receipts. has, xt length, induced him to attemptthe i ScgIIWWOF
.c.
for Plain
and do Holland gin, Cookjery ofhislife with
Figured blue pearl Cogniac brandy, of the British Stage, being the publication ; together ,
F Denmark satin, bangup cord, Madeira, Teneriffe and Lisbon wine, of Actors and Actresses .. a number of his poems, whicli are necessarily -' THE MEW-YORK STATZ
cw Rose and point blankets, Imperial and young hyson teas, Lives principal attached to the narrative. Misconception ;

ts Twilled negro cloths, rugs, Loaf sugar, Jamaica coffee, i i aid the of character, unmerited censure, : "Lite.rat-\ Lotte.-r ,
of Matthew by
'Real and imitation cashmere shawls, Pepper, pimento and mustard, The History Valerius &c.: loss of health, and the great uncertaintyof CLASS 3, for 1826.
. I I Drab and colored Waterloo Shawls, Shot assorted, bar I lead, author of ; life ui any time, have each had a due '
HallanYs View during the 1 Prize of ,100,000 is S 1oo
White do. do. points, Gunpowder in kegs and canisters, bOf' Europe influence in hastening his determination. ,() -
Imitation merino do. Cut nails assorted, copperas, :Middle Ages, And, if variety' the very spice of life," 1 do 50,000- 5D, Ou
, 1 do 20,000 .
do. and colored Cotton shawls, Sperm( candles, yellow soap, segars, The Spanish Daughter, the readers of this work will find their 20,00010.500
,. Valencia and toiline't vestings, German pipes, chewing tobacco, snuff The Human Heart, mental repast sufficiently seasoned ; to- 1 do 10,500

r Swansdown and Marseilles do. Flour in A bbls, crackers in kegs, The Highlanders, a Tale, please even the palate of an epicure, 2 do 5,000- 10,000
in Amenca 4 do 2,5001OOki
I English and imitition black silk do. Jyevhiskey and gin in bbls. Scenes in Europe, 6'ce nes The sorrows and misfortunes himself: -
The Blank Book ofa small Colleger, : 10 do 2,000 U\YJ'\ )
f Ready made vests and shirts, Porter, ale and cider in boxes,{ and those of his father's house>> began in i
4th 5th 6th 7th, 8th 9th 39 do 1,000- 59,00)
' window Living Plays, ;
and buckrams 10 and 10 12 glass,
Paddings 8 by by the childhood of the author; these calamities I 500
; and 10th volumes 78 do HOU\
,
) Domestic 5 and 4-4 plaids and stripes, Swedes iron, German steel: I I and grid: therefore are not of late I -
, do. do. checks and tickings, Castings assorted, plough moulds, TOGETHER WITH begetting; there must have been a cause 468 do 1004c5&ti;
; do. denims and cottonades, Cotton bag-gngbale rope and.twine. Pal> *" "*'.rks complete, in 5 vols. foreign to himself; that cause shall be 4,446 do 50 22Ui;

do. | brown and bleached shirtings, All of which will be soW, wholesale or I Rolliu. History vols.Plutarc made known with a due regard to the --

4-4 steam loom and S. Island do. 'retail, at the lowest market prices, for 'i': .. 8 vols. I I feelings of the living. Except. my mother 5,051 Prizes, 567600

0' Domestic brown & bleached sheetings, cash, cotton, or approved paper. Josephus's ,'. '.'. u 6 vois. sister and brothers, I stand indebted 9,1JJ: Blanks;
, and imitation searsuckers, Hamilton on i'ci.hatives, Less than 2 Blanks to a Prize !
Ginghams John Jcrrisonjr.Pensacola to no living relative for any favor whatever. -
Bordered gingham robes assorted, Oct. 1st, 1825. Armstrong on Typhus Fever- If the clouds which veiled the morn- 1'rizcs Payable in.the City New-York,.
,
Fancy and furniture prints, newest style Miner and Tully on Fevers, ing sun of life, have been broken and dispersed forty clays after the drawing ; but the cash
': and patterns, Orfila's Practical Chemistry, by Coxe, ; ifundera self-given appellation, may be had immediately, subject to the

Bear ducks, Osnaburgs, brown Holland, Fresh Goods. Powel on Contracts, I have merited any encomiums for my poetical usual deduction of 15 per cent.

.,,1 Plattillas, Morse's New Gazetteer j, productions ; and if those productions aa.JJnJ"::>(MtfJM- Hot :
3, 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens assorted, in Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket, have a to instruct --r-ric : 'flickets
s tendency amuse,
whole and hiflf pieces, R ECEIVED by the latest arrivals! a \Vorksj2) vols. gilt, *.. I or enlighten the understanding, the kindness _
Irish and Russia diapers, large and general assortment of Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gilt, I ot kindred has not in .manner, nor Whole : : : : : S5u l:1| Quarter: : : 12 50
.i Lawns and lincn'cambrick., Beauties of Shakespeare, do. I at any time, been productive any of these e- Half- : 2 J || Eighth : t : : : 6 25
GOODS This is the most magnificent Schema
, 4 I'mk and other colored do. Campbell's Poems do. vents. If I have been the
an hungered, '
: Cambrick and jackonet muslins, Ilervey's Meditations, do. bread.of the has that has ever been ofi red for the patronage -

9 Swiss and mull do. suited to the season. Pilgrims' Progress, do.Pope's ; if ,stranger on ills couch have strengthenedme 1 of the friends of Lottery adventure 5a

:, I Plain and figured book do. 3, 3 1-2 and 4 1-2 point blankets, Works, 2 -vols.' do. Numbered; weary and refreshed to reposed the- America. The small number of Ticket*

.., Fattinetts,cambrick dimities, DulfieldJind Whitney blankets, Lights & Shadows Scottish Life, do. stranger, therefore, am 1 indebted; and I and the unexampled demand for them, i ia is
Figured ruffles and collaretts, double do.Flannels suihcient warrant, that there will not be
7-4 to 1 44 rose ALSO tender him thatwhich I else
ii ) owe no one ,
i-' Swiss points, insertion trimmings, white & blue plains, flushings, kerseys, The Sorrows of,Werter, Vocal Standard, gratitude. The heat of the day 1 has: beenborne a chance left, for weeks before the day!
for and that
fixed the the
Bordered white and colored! cravats, drawing ; price
sattinetts assorted qualities,
Life of Franklin Paul and alone ha\iii always been
Virginia, ; as un
Handkerchiefs Tickets will shortly rise to 6O.OZT .
: Madrass a-variety, cloths'and cassimeres
and common willing to a.sk assistance. where
sup. William Tell, Gulliver's Travels, &c. &c. a refusalwas
.T. Gentlemen therefore
do. and colored flags, are
requested
Berkley brown it bleached shirtings & sheetings, certain, as 1 am now solicitous of
_
& Gauze and cashmere bd'kfs. superfine do. I \VHItil, enjoying that credit for exclusively to be early ia their application ; as all Orders .

Barege und Merino, do. plaids, stripes, indigo and furniture together with the stock heretofore on. which candid men think my poems actually mailed before the rise, will

; Black Laventine, do. checks, various qualities, I hand,_ composes a very extensive and general bestow. may properto be entitled to be supplied at the present
Bandanna and flag do. A handsome Assortment assortment of books, and wilt{ be .
: Fancy China do. do. sold at the New-York-prices for cash.- Boston Bank ralesV Notes of the Bank of the United

; White and colored satins, Irish linens and lawns, linen checks, Country Merchants and public or private Mount Pleasant,JV. Y. March, 1825. States and its branches, and, generally

4. Figured black gros de Naples, 4-4,5-4 and 6-4cambrics; Libraries furnished on the most liberal The work will contain about two hundred the Notes of all Banks that pay specie,received .

Black levantine, black cotton .velvet, 7-8 and 6-4 jacconets, terms, and such;,books as are ordered and pages duodecimo, printed on fine at par.
. Black sensluxvh and sarcenetts, Sup. cambric prints, new style, I are not on hand, u ill be procured with-as paper, with a fair and neat type and offer- Also, Mercantile Drafts at sight, on any
.., do.: and colored Mandarine crapes, second & common do. furniture prints, little delay as possible. Orders from a ed subscribers at one dollar; cash> on of the large Cities, and Prize Tickets received
do. do. Canton do. bleached and brown Hussia sheetings, I distance will be as promptly attended to delivery.There I i freely in payment.All .

1; do. do. Italian do. ticklenburgs: hessians, and meet with ,the same liberality as a will not be a greater number of Letters to be post-paid.

Women's black and white_silk hose, Ladies white cotton hose, [crscnal application. copies printed than what are subscribedfor. The Mails may be: relied on as beinperfect.ly
- *
do. cio. and colored worsted do. white, black, slate and lead worsted do. W. Hasell Hunt. safe for alll'emittanct=s.
: .do. and misses' white cotton do.Misses' white and grey lamb's wool and worsted Yates &
half hose April 12th, 1825.SHERIFF'S. or:: Subscription papers may be re; M'lntyrc, _
silk and do.Men's ,
: Vigoma turned by mail in to the'
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silk for dresses WASHINGTON Clfr.,
,I : worsted and do. half do. elegant figured Post Master Mount Pleasant N. Y. andit
.. (!w. black and white silk do. do. Barrege robes, gingham and cambric
'. do. white cotton do. assorted, and a large assortment of other fancy a..:! should be forwarded as soon as possible. of Letters

r Children's worsted boots, staple articles Suferior Court, West Florida. Post Masters and others who obtain and remaining ia
Cotton and silk suspenders 15 packages men's lined and bcd I become responsible for eight subscribers Post Office at Pensacola

Men's and women's white silk gloves, shoes, Sarah Boon, Admt'xjvs. ) shall receive one gratis. ("I nit 30th day of September,.
do. do. hoskin do. thick sewed and pegged do & brogans, >fi. fa. 1325 wftich ifnot taken .
4. o:::: Subscriptions-received at this Of. out with
4 do. beaver and dogskin, do. women's,girl's and boy's leather shoes Nat nan h\ckleford.JB fice. in three months will be forwardedto
t Women's white and colored kid do. and fine brogans, 1 \: virtue of this execution, I shall pro-
Figured tuille and thread laces, 3 cases Urewsteis" extra beave hat, reed Jo sejl, at Public Auction for the General! Post Office as dead

1I ... Cotton lace and fringes, made: to order. 'I ccts.o:. ; !ucsday; the irst day of Novem- lel\i al Co\\ege Letters.A. .
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White and black tapes No. 25, wool hats, boy's castor do. i !h r next, at 12: o'clock, at the Court .-Samuel T. Anderson 2,
., Black and colored silk galoons, ALSO L; Edged satin and belt ribbons, 200 ps.Dundee & Kentucky bagging, c".to "', row occupied by Wm. McVoy, CAROLINA.
Fancy figured and stamped do. in setts, 100 coils bale rope, baling twine, VI'v :-All the inI1f'roflhe unsold land B.-Albert J. K. Biker, Henry

%; Black velvet mantua do. 80 barrels whiskey, 50 bags coflce, in t'.f' tr\ctofe1lt:) iimlred arpents, ad- TUB Lectures of this Institution will be M. Brackenridge 4, John H. Bryan

do. and colored gimps and cords, 8 barrels loaf and luirp bugar, joining ujs < it,) ''". the fist and fronting :( on the second Monday of Absalom Breelund, James.

Black Ostrich feathers, artificial flowers, 30 baskets sweet oil, 'j on Pensacula Ba. .: ranted to Francisco November next, as follows : a Bright, James O. Baxter Israel
Fancy necklaces and buckles 25 boxes 8 # 10-9 X 11-10 tf 12 Moreno, and conveyed by acts of sale On Jlnatomy-Hy John Edwards Holbrook ,
ti i Floss and sewing cotton assorted, window glass, to this defendant ; togrtiii-r with all the M. 1). Baxter, Mrs. Bolt, George 1\1.

1l Patent and nun's thread, do. 3 tons castings, 2 tons swedes iron, improvements,onsisting of Sfnrgery-James Ramsay, M. 1). Brooke 2.C.Jevotiore.

# Blue Italian sewing silk, German and blistered steel, Institutes and Practice of Uedicizle.-S.. Cotton, William!
Plain and lined parasols, 50 kegs cut nails, THREE DWELLING :: :' .: Henry Dick son, M. D. Collins, William Cross

Senshaw and sarcenet umbrellas, Madeira, TcneriiTe and Malaga wines m' ; BOUSES, .g. :; .i. D.Muteria Medlca-Henry R. Frost, M. Calloway, James Coloin, Joseph Isaac .
Letter, cap and wrapping-paper, in quarter casks, ,
: Bonnet boards, spelling books, superior old cogniac brandy, out Houses &c. Etc Obstetrics and Diseases ofU'o.nen and In Clarke 5.

Jnkpowder, quills and pencils, a few boxes old St. Julicn claret, and a And also one other tract of land, containing fonts-Thomas G. Prioleau, M. D. D.-Francis L. Dade 4, William .

Men's Beaver and castor hats, general assortment.of groceries, for sale eight hundred! arpents oil Durand's CIemistrvatzd Pharmacy-Edmund Ua- Dawson, Saml. J. De Camp 3.
? do. Uortun and Wool do. by Blufi*, Escambra County, granted to Antoine vend, M. I). I E.-Alfred \V. Elwe Jonathan
Boy's moroccokml wool do. Stone & Nisbct. Collins, and by him conveyed to this Natural History and JJotanv.-Stephen ,
Women's straw bonnet's and do. defendant.Also Elliott, L. L. D. B Ellis 2, Capt. R. Ea ter.

- M.-n's: fine morocco and calf boots, Oct.1st, 1825. two other tracts of land, adjoining S. Henry Dickson, M. D..Dean F.-C. A. Finlay 2, Benjamin

do. nailed and Monroe do. the last mentioned, granted to Lewis Gag- Foster, Thomas Fleming E. C.
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fine calf shoes 'Cllliy
-: ;--1-.- do. and pumps*, O'r\\YE. net and Nicholas Lopez, and by them August 24-29-lOt. Ferguson.G. '
do. thick brogans and shoes, conveyed to this defendant, containing
1! Women's morocco boots and shoes, To intruding settlers and others eight hundred arpents each. .-William Grun 2, Thomas

do. do. heeled slips; and ties, who commit waste on the public Seized at the suit aforesaid, to pay the Clll oU Grubbs.


1. do. black Valencia heeled ties, sum of seven thousand three hundred and Pursuant to an order of the Honorable H.-Selina 1PI\ Hall, Edward L.
lands. -
: do colored silk do.
do.-md sprigs, thirty-nine dollars, 82 cents, with interest Hams, Nathaniel HaydenJoseph
Children's morocco boots and shoes, lawless persons who are guilty and cost, and will be sold to satisfy the County Cour: of Jackson,
John
I : do. leather do. do. THOSE on lands of the' United WILL BE SOLD Henley, Nathaniel Hutson,
:' Coarse shoes in same.'V. ,, Huff Jonathan Levi Harris
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negio cases, States, and committing waste on public Davison Hagans,
: '.11 Fine and Tow priced Kiddies, timber, are: hereby notified, that measures. To tt\fc Vigtast TViddeir James Hamilton, John Harvey
4 Eve and plush side do. have been taken for a rigid enforcement of Sheriff Es. Ceunty. James Harris.

: Collars and wagon whips, the laws ofthe United States in such cases Sheriff's Office, Pensacola, ON the first Wednesday after the third J. James Jones.,
1 Saddlebags and martingales. made and provided,. they are hereby ordered July 2d, 1825.-17-lamts. Monday in October next, at the Johnson, John
4 Curb and snaffle bridles, some very superior to desist from such ofFences forthwith town of Chi pula, the Seat of Justice for K.-Lawrence Kearney, Barney

.:' otherwise they will be prosecutedto Cantonment Rroo1c Florida,7 said County, a part of the Jots of said] Kelly.

) Tortoise;tucking and side combs, the utmost rigor of the law. September Itt, 1825, J Town. L.--Alexander Lawrimore, Capt.Vm. ..

, Mock do. do. do. Given under my hand, at the city of WILL receive proposals till the 20th. "Terms of Sale-Ten per cenf. in 'ad. \ Lear, Thomas Long, John?
Stamped and ivory pocket do. Washington, the 24th day of March 1825. I December'' furnislf the vance, the balance in ,six and twelve Lanier.
ensuing, to
:line and sup. ivory and dressing do. months. -
Geo. Graham, troops of the United States' Army, that M Charles-
: Horn and bone suspender buttons, Titles will be made the .-Wm. Mc'Nealy 2,
the be stationed on receipt of
Commioneof General Land (Office. are or may at Cantonment .
1 Button moulds, pearl do. 8-tlj. Brooke, with|fresh beef; from.the 1st day the last payment. Ivlifflin. 2, Sweet McSween, Wm-
Gilt coat and vest do.
L4 fine and needles and of Januar}' 1826, to include the 31st day. The townof Chipola is situated on the 1 McLeod, Robert McDowell, WnvMat

i ; ..Iron and sup.steel pins, of December.,1826.: western bank of the river of the same he son.
knitting do.
I Silver and Tailor's Thimbles, C\ock &;W\\tc.aker... The beef ll be required: be deli-' name. at the head! navigation, and adjoining P.-John Page 4, Kemp Plum-
.. and verc-d to the troops two days in each to rich and.fertile lands; on a JoM-
:Fancy common scissors, mer, Alex'r. B. .Pinkham,
? Fine and THE SUBSCRIBER, week (the days to be designated). in such handsome eminence, commanding a view
awfsup, knives Porter,
pen pocket ;
shall of the round it and Home Purvi 2, Hervey
be country the
quantity requisite for their
do > do dirE and jack dodo re-commenced business at his old rations prospectof
do, raxorem cases, H&S on ,Palafoxstret, where he on each day. health and good water is"not surpassed William Pinkney Collector Key

t Poraeroy's rater strips and paste will attend strictly, to all business in his And I deem it necessary to apprise by ,section of the Territory. West, Capt. Peter Pelharo 6.

Rifle do, hones, marbles, )line. He is grateful for the former pa. those who may, choose to offer contract Thos. H.: Hull, R; -:Dan. ,Le',Roy'& Co. 3, Peter

Table knives and forks assorted, tronage- ofthe Public and begs a continuance for the supply that-the beef will be required Dep. Clk. C. C. Rogers, Stephen Rcynders, James

% Common and.steel spectacles in cases, favors, as he is determined that no j I to be of the best which the market Jackson County. Robert 3.S.James.
-I Shaving boxes and brushes, pains shall be spared in future,, to please can afford, and particular attention_ must :The Editors of the Florida: Intelligencer tSSee
u Transparent fancy shaving soap,. those,who may favor him with their cus. I I be had to butchering thereof as! a rigid will give,the above an insertion once a W. Shine,
Pastebl cking and brushes, tom. He has on hand an assortment of: inspection;of'it will always:be made. month until the day of sale, and forward Stroud 2, Thomas] Smith, Capt.

Shoe knives, pincers,,*iiI, hammers, Jewelry. Person offering contract.will make their account to the Clerk's Office in John Smith, J. Smith, ,Surgeon'
do tacks,awl blades and bafts John White their proposals in writing, sealed, and di- Jackson County, Florida. Cantonment Brooke, Capt. R. 11.SAnds .

'Snuffboxes, glass beads,- Pensacola, Aug. 26Hh, 1825-26-:tf.! rected to me at this place, stating the 21-lamts. .
Tea trays, table,matst hpoks,and eyes, I rate,per pound, in a single"bid, for, which Toms Captai.11IUch'ard
: ,Curtain rings, ,BritUinia' tabLeand teaspoons they will furnish, and they shall be.informed Mail Arrangement. T.--Abraham' ,

e NOTICES of the acceptance .of their proposals Tice.
Tutanla do. do. do. { hereby give i That atthe ,.either bj/ letter from me 'or.on personal If i\\\ IB[ on Thursday,at, 3 P. M. W.-.-.William H. White, pcter
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,next terra I tl!II Closes on'Friday at 10 A. M. -.
Tinned iron table do.r application to me, at' Cantonment WeatherlyVm
1YfJ'of the Hon. the Co.r.ty'C.Ol1rt, 1 will I Wallen, Peggy
'Fisb.hooks antllin s,.tooth brushes, present the accounts and vouchers, and Brooke,.on tfifc day above mentioned. Robert Mitchell,. '. White. Mary Jane Woodfolk,Jobft'

J B nneie, stock/ptd k'trunk locks, make a'.final settlement'of the estate of Johi Page-Lt. Post Master :BarrettVho -.Da-
l t M Wright
4 .EAtentaadbrs3SflquorcuCki, ,, Giles Newton,late:of,nsacola," deceased. 4.,':'. Com.. Subsistence Pensacola,. eff.20th,182 -3t,, .. fid.( Williams, Macby M.. \VJbo l
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19th lecember.t1ie day 'previ- .e ( S ,4lalket...
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