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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 22, 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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PUBLISBBDBY zrzRr SATURDAY, and the disorderly.conduct of the event of his absence from the"'mini'"an oath br affirmation' tt,1jni.
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W. HASELL flU \-T, "L\\'Ws ot Florida groes and persons of colour. ne-I board. disability to perform the l lar to that. taken by himself. .

Sox EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR An act to Incorporate tlie City of St. Augustine Sec. 4. Be. further nac dt duties of his office, anjr member :Sec.x 14. Be it further enacted,
Publisher o.rth. Laws of 1M United State That the said city council thill ,chosen ,by a majoiiiy of the.others That the Treasurer' of ihe, saidCorporation '
and of the Territory of'Floriila.SUBSCBIPTIOK Belt enacted by the Governor' have Power to keep in repair, all : shall be qualified to act as Mayor before'" be enters on

-Year $5, and Legislative Council of the I Territory public roads leading to and from pro. tern to''preside. .at the 'board, the dut.'tior' his office_ shall : give
Half year 3, the city, for the extent of three or to'- the skid bond' ,i
Quarter 1 50 of Florida, That all the discharge other du'-. and., sufficient security: to the
Single paper twelve and an year half cents. free white male inhabitants of the -miles; and within the same distance ties so, required to' be done ; six Mayor for the faithful prrfomance -

Subscriptions payable in advance. county of St. Johns residing within -' to estpblish and regulate members,:including the Mayor,or 'of. the duties a' ref 'his office, +

ADV'IRTUll'G-Everv' advertisement the limits of the ciiy of St. Augustine bridges and,ferries. "ayor pro. tern shall firm a quo- and it shall be th't-tlutyf the_ .said
ci the width of one column and measuring buUiided east by the WJLrrs ; Sec'. 5. Be it further enacted rum, and tbe members of the.said, Treasurer, .lo'receUe, all l :monies '

not more than twelve lines of this type, of the harb., south arid west That the I said city council shall quorum 's' majority of them are due.and owing to the .siid. .>Corporation -' ,
insertion one dollareach weekly con
:tinuance Irs: fifty cents; longer and wider by the river St. Sebastian?and on have power to make and pass, all hereby empowered to transact and ,, wheiheraris ng frb Jnf""or- I '
ones at the same rate. Rule and figure the north by a line fifteen hundred such ordinances, rules und regula perform any duty herein vested in mer debu" or'demands, or for rents
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work double price for the first insertion. yards north of the gate c-f Fort St. tions, as to the said council may said CwBncil,. and,the said council taxes, licenses .or otherwise, or, :

Advertisements will be tastefully displayed Mark's, and their successors, be, seem necessary and expedient, for shall have power to determine such may hereafter accrue, and
according meauired to the matter nature of of them this sized, and and remain fur the tel In of eight the" purpose of preventing the origin what fees or salary the" officers of he shall ke p *n accurate tecuunt
be
will by
type. When inserted at intervals] (that years" a body politic and corporate : increase, or introduction, or said council shall respectively receive of the same ; and all money paid
is, not inserted every week, from the firstto in deed and in law by the name of promoting the termination of and shall have" power lo remove ou for, or on account of the said \

the last insertion) each insertion will style and title of the cr-poration malignant, pesiilentraf, or contagious the same or any of. them at corporation) shall bF paid by the ,
be charged as a new 'advert semento- of the city of St.: Augustine, with I diseases in or within the plf'asurt't'and' a majority,of five of said Treasuier, on an order of ;

Amounts demand.J for. advertising payable alwaysan all and every the rights, liberties! said city, but no taxes shall be said Aldermen may expel any Council attested, by ihr clerk anti

Liberal contracts will be made with privileges, powers, authorities, incident imposed upon vessels or their member" (except the Mayor) for countersigned by the, Myor.
those who wish to advertise by the year. and belonging to a corpora" cargut" or their masters, crews or disorderly behavior ot mal-con- Sec. 15. Be it further'enacted,
%* communications to the Editor tion, body politic, or natural per passengers, arriving in the harbor duct in office" and the ordinancesand That the' first election of foayor
mutt be post /-aid,or they will be attended of the said city, by way of'contribution rules of'thr said City Council and Aldermen under this act shall

to or not, as suits his convenience.NOTICE- corporation :. towards a permanent quar- shall,be signed by the Mayor and take place ou the stxond Monday"in

!.i may SUP and be sued, plrzd >ud beimpltdded entinr rst bliihmt"nl" ,no .sh&H any attested by the Secretary, and the November next, and each sac

have a cummon seal, restriction. be imposed t, preventu yeas and nays,may be entered on ceeding election shall be' held un
A LI. persons having any demands a- I and take and hold loral and personal -' e free, engross of vessels into the record at the request of any two the second Monday November
A inst the estate of Domingo Recio, I hat hur of the said cit the and in 'tne
b'adeceased called to I oroperty. ;, or members,' tlsaid Council every yet and said rc-
them, are witlwit hereby delay and upon all persons present Sec 2. Bff it further enacted, : 'landing of their cargo'-slr passengers shall appoint a Secretary, who, lion shall bt conducted under the

inclebtedflo) said estate, are requested to That the government of the said unless in case of emergency may also do the duties of Ireasu- inspection and superintt-ndance of

make imiucJute; payment to city shall be vested in a city council and nothing shall be teemed ah rer. three tr.spt ,' who shall -fat judicious -

Joseph E. taro, to be composed of a Mayor emergency sufficient to cause anyobstruc'uon Sec. II. Be it further enacted, and discreet pVrsmjs I und

Administrator. and seven Aldel men, each of to the free engrrss of That suits brought against the the voles shajl be given by ballot..

Sensacola: October 15th 1 E5. -33RtJY whom shall! possess till the qualifications -i vl'sStls.ther! \ cargoes or passengers said Corporation: whether before a Sec. 16. Be it further enacted. f

j0 I W I E. r quired by this act for i unless the said city council justice of peace" or in any court of Tnat it shall be the duty of the

virtue of an order of the County the voters lor said officers, and after consultation, with two or record, shall be commenced; by A s.id inspectors or any "WU of them
Court for the County of Kscambia: I the said Mayor and Aldermen I more physicians,_shall: decide, and summons directed to the Mayor to.recsive the votes ana to cause

shall proceed sell at Public Auction for shall be elected annually as hereinafter drtrrmi'ethremPrgencyreffi4irne.:: of the said Corporation, and a co the name of. every voter to be taken .
cash, on Thursday the 15th of December prescribed, and from any Sec. 6 Be it further enacted, py thereof" shall be served upon the ...jdows and'inserted in a book

next, part of the said city ;indiscrimi That the said ciiy council shall saidMayor, or the Mayor pro kept for that purpose, specifying ,

premise natrly, and without reference to have power to impose taxes, and trm. returnable" as-othe. > process on whether he' votes ,for Mayor and
: the division of ward in to provide for the collection there- Aldermen:, or only for
existing Mayor, or ,
;:; *:: taming: forty feet front on Spring the commencement of any snit ,
.. .._.Road, by one hundred and seventy said city. of, provided, tha no tax shall br and in case judgment rendered for Alderman, and the said inspectors

'feet in depth, belon;; iijj: to the estute -. Sec 3. Be it further enacted, imposed:, real property at any against the said Corporation, the shall cause the poll to beheld I
of Domingo'Recio, d!#..vased.Joseph : That the said city council shall i higher rate than three quarters of plaintiff may have execution against at such place. as they, or any two

E. Garo, have full powtr and authority to one per cent per year, on the assessed the goods and chattels, and of them, may !d"; ,'m prosier," and to

Administrator.Pensacnla P retietit and remove nuisances valuation of the same, and the lands and te f'mt. belonging be,open and con fuue open, -from

October 15th, 1825.-33-St. to pteserve and improve the navigation no stranger (excepting as P rovi. to the said Corporation; on the nineu'clock iu .morning until
Bulbous Flower Roots, > of the hat bour, bay and ded tor by this act) rr;ving within oath of the Mayor [the Corpora" sunset, when the ballot boxes.shall

Green Uouse Vlauts&c.PUOPKIETOIN rivers, adjoining the said city, to the said city shall uc subject to tion] shall have the same rrniedy be sealed up and the nat /es of the

licence and regulate pilots and pi- taxation Until alter. a residence of before a justice of the peace, by inspectors, or any two of them,
ffim 11\: ffi:1' three months. written across the seals the ballot
the
lotage, to regulate mooring ; -
\Wh '. warrant and the remedy
.:.r u .. v,..a same by
>) and anchoring of vessels, to erect Sec. 7i Be it further enacted, attachment, either before justice boxes- shall then be deposited!
of the Linzan and keep in repair wharves, keys, That the said city council shall by the said insp 'clots in the office
of the in of
: Garden, Flushing, near N. York, i peace, or any court record -
and docks licence and have and authority to com of the clerk of the of
offers to the public his great colJection : to regulate power in the Territory is allowed : eoun'y
Bulbous Flowtr Roots, fences and bridges, auctions, retailers pel the attendance\ of its own mem- I to any individuals applying fora Si. J jhns, ,tn the ci y of St. Augustine -

consisting of 630 varieties! Tulips, ;3i : of guods and of liquors, ]. bers, and :to judge of their qualifications I warrant ; or for a writ of attach- and why is hereby required
of Hyacinths, and an immense variety of tavern keepers of hackney on election returns, and to the of his to receive the same, &,nd car-lully
ment against properly
other season species for, the. present them being the Also proper above riagcs, waggons, cans and c4r-l. appoint a treasurer, and such other debtor, and all taxes, fines, penal- to lock them up until the: ,next dayat .
800 species removing of Green House Plants, to restrain and prohibit all !Sort i oftkers( and, pass all such: ordinance ties and forfeitures, imposed bv nine o'clock in he morning, after .

comprising the most splendid and rtre of gaming, to licence, regulate, or and td impose such fines and the said City Council shall be recoverable which, tney shall be delivered
kituls. Catalogues may be obtained gra restrain, theatrical or other public penalties for the infringement in like manner with the to the said inspectors, who. shall
tisot'W. Husell Hunt, and orders through amusements, to establish and regulate thereof,. or: non-compliance therewith claims of individuals.Sec. immediately take them to tne City
limn, or mail, wIll meet atten
tion per prompt markets, to erect *nd repair as to the said corporationshall I Council room, and then pnbhcly
Orders for fruit or ornamental trees
and plants can also be forwarded in the bridges, work houses, house ofcorrection seem: necessary lo give effect 12. Beit further enacted, open the said ballot! boxes and
Name way October 15th-tf. I hospitals, and other and operation to me powers, and That 'the Mayor of the said City count the voles, and the person t
"' public buildings, to direct the safekeeping regulation| the duties herein andhereby shall ex-officio have, and 'exercisethe having the greatest number ofvolt's
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tail of the standard of weightsand given to, and imposed upon powers and duties, and receive for Mayor shall be declared '
years past, ,Mr. the said the fees of a justice of the peace, elected office and
law duly to that
::9 Rhsman 1)asgc of Lancaster Coun- measures. appointed by Con- corporation, any .
to burial of the United: States of and it shall be the duty thesaid ttuise having the *. number
ty. Virginia sent his son John Basqe to gress, regulate grounds, or this greates
the State Georgia, in rate ot'h s Uncle, to establish and regulate fire wards Territory to the contrary notwithstanding Mayor, to see that the ordinancesof of votes for Aldermen/shaltbr declared
}lr. Cuiiditt'; alter which the Uncle removed and fire companies and regulate and provided, that no Council are duty; executedand duly elcted} to that office ;
John to the State: of Al&ba.na, and the tne sweeping of chimnies, to sink'wells ordinance snail be passed grantingany lo report to the Council the and the said inspectors shall:there-
youth lUsqe came as it is ?uppo ecl
> misconduct of
tl) Pensacnla, since wHich no tidings have and erect and repair pumpsin salaryi pay, or allowance to negligence or any upon give a written certificate-,
been heard of him by his friends in Virginit. the streets or public squares, to the mayor 'xce'ding the rate of of the officers, and to lay before the result of the election tp the
establish and regulate the inspection one hundred 1 dollars per ytar: or the Council from time to time, in Mayor elect, who shall tipou'taking ; .t
If John Rage is living he will muchgratify writing such propositions ai he : I i
of :provisions or other produceor any pay allowance. whatever to the oath prescribed by this.act;
1 his mother, j
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her in. Virginia or by by giving communicating the Editor with of manufactures of the Territory any of the Aldermen. may deen advisable for the_ government -, and administering,the.same to the .

this pnpcrsuch: information as may be in- I brought into or sent from said : :Sec. 8. Be if further enacted of Council, ot' the Aldermen elect, enter upon,the duties :
terebtmg to her; & any person knowing. city; the guaging of liquids, the I That it shall be the duty ,of the advancement of public welfare.. or*' his office" and thereupon.' I ,
any thing concerning the abovementioned measuring ur weighing uf any articles I said City Council: to cause to be And the said Mayor may convene the offices of the preceding Ji&.or' j
Jolu! tinge v hether living; or dead will of the Aldermen-at: any time, when and Aldermen shall be" vacated
records
produce or merchandize to kep:, regular of .heir proceedings ,
confer '
a hrc'it favor on a disconsolate, wi- in his'opinion the public good I '
doe'ed tiiotbcr t by giving information .atthiS storing gunpowder' and all naval and of their ordinances, and the said inspectors before en* .
officePentacola .. dnd military stores not the rules and regulations, and they shall require it ; he shalPnomi- tering on the,duties of their office I

.- October 15iA, 1825.WANTED property of the United Sutes to shall promulgate) their ordinances nate officers for the appointment' shall severally swear (or affirm)!
.vgulaie the weights and qualityof without unnecessary delay, and as disapproval of Council, and at before some judge or justice of

oread, to tax and license hawkers soon thereafter as they are resPectivelY meetings Council the said Mayoror the peace of this Territory,' that

Five or Six Journeymen and pedlars, to restrain and passed, and by publishingthe presiding Alderman, may freely) they will .faithfully. and impartially

prohibit tiding* houses and lotteries saute IrE a news'ia P er in Si. fi'underdfacusst'on on any. question- to the, best' of their.knowledge
' 'I. for the establishment and superintendence Augustine, if' one be established,I but he shall be. and abilitYsconductthe said'elec
Shoe Makers. '
allowed vole in the 4
only a casting tion. .
of public shoots, to and posting on the door of the -
"t-\UY. good workmen, will meet erect lamps, to construct and repair -, court house, so that the same be event of an equal division of. the, Sec. 17. Be it.further' enacted f,
S with drains and votes of the mem.berl'preaent. That it shall- be:ihe duty of the .
constant employment and good sewers, to open,. exposed to the public, at least on
wage I.\ Apply toWhitney I,extend, alter, regufaie, pave and'' four several and separate" days. Sec 13.. Be jtfurther( enacted, .said City Council at least' 'OBOmonth. '.
& Mallet, repair the streets within the limits'! Sec. 9. BS it further enacted, That the said .Mayor,shalK within, .previouily'tor.the:day aforesaid
Near Montpelier, Alabama.Oct. of the said city and to remove all That it shall I be 'the: duty of the five days after his_election- ,*:take.an forelection f' 'tq' .appoint .theinspectoVt '

4th 1625-33 3t. old and decayed buildings and SAid City Council to :ex apt, from. oath, of'.oteDn' afficmattogbefore, election. :by this act '
ruins therein the in everY justice.of the' 'peace required,.and to notify.them of her .
NO riCE. ; provided, said the treasurer at leafcfonce any judge .
city council make to the person four mont a-, a statementof the >of.this.Territory, to; t foHowing appointment d inspectors "
TAKEN up on the 25th Sep be effect' A..B.. do solemnly, swear_ 'shall ,give .public'.notice_ i& a
tember last, a negro slave five or pt'rion'"who, may injured by receipu, and of the expenditures s '! i ;
feet ten and three quarter inch' such extension or alterations of of the monies', and of the sums of (or.affirm) that'Lwill to.the, utmost >newspaper iB'St.'Augiistifle; ,if any -

es high ; calls himself the streets, or the removal of such money due to and from the -said of my power, support, Advance' there, be' and::by,;.po9tiDg/aVtHo -
JAMES SMITH buildings or ruins just and ad.- corporation, and --to. certify the: .and defend the interest, peace and 'market'place,of the.timecand. placeof _

, quate compensation, out of the. same to be ,. rf'on'examiaadonsuch :' goo ne City of St. Aa- such election',_for Mm/or'. ,aad
janJ says that he belongs to Mr. correct : and '" and d it. 'Aldermen. -
faithfully .
of
funds :
o the corporation to be shall be fouud usttncorderfir'
Hope, *ho lives near Mobile. The o rn- ascertained stat teen ; .
.* (*f said slave is requested to come forWard by the verdict of an _im to admit of such certificate,,and if 'gentlydischarge the duties t.;of : Sec* 18 Be Jt;further' .exaek4
'' prove property and pay cbajrge*. partial jury tube summoned .forth ,otherwise, thd City' .pu arila_ re-: Mayor of said Cilyr .during riyrcontinuance :Thai l;by'reason, of tbe r fvsltl; ')

James Collio At Purpose and,who'shall, hear ;-aid shall: 'forihWitli .tppoini": -' ,.in- :'office. ; .and. ,'I do 'absence' ,or;Tothen' acjii. .Win-/ ,

' :. p or, or. o treasartr, .' '
" October lit, 1825. 32-If., counsel,and the'said_ city council treasurer in default.-' '" y -'- :' : .. riiC....:au pportttic.'C.. Rnrs- \i t i.i'ti9a'A...:"'" --J"r AlderBQene: erfokaaIn:: >.e t.shall;,'bCr; '
.. 'Mail Arrangement. shall.have'powe'rta establish night: Sec' 10..8. I(.further enacted, tli:e'U'utted: ; Sea tes.,a;t add.. ,f to I'U, wanted} f .;.theortas. '
. and ." aba ) ibaltWithjn % It e'iroreswd n J n I; s b,, hisilctptt'ett ,
atroles and Council -Mayor
watches to Ttiat'1b sate EItJ } '
fcDBpn provide '
Thursday at 3 & M. ; *
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Closes on Friday at 10 A..tai.. ( ,support the poor, theu'i.p.p.bUc1r: ,' .wti .: r oc o! 't
r eit tf\
, Robert Mitchell the infirm, diseased, and .the insane uch-tfreei 1atitleaidCobltt- ,coQTiBrthe.AWfr. epl&cte : _atWz: J1. oaewe1ectioa ,
l\\ he ppolBti.adiaiaUter .. na'ili 1 tabe beUiptctorS I .bl.t salad L-
>. .Post'Hut alto to,'rest rain'_and '. punish may'see" t thCDfit :as .iHfty fa .
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.ca te1a r. d ID tV:;cacn'df- the Adcrr ; ) ,.m. 'ball',,
I Sept.3OtbWS-3i: f vagabonds: and disorderly I 'persons, epst de trta tbee ltfd,_s tot r, ,

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week's, ,notice of-ihe same. either of continuous, .Steam.NavUUgatibn rcYcnOt this-prtject Nothing, if ploughman- with ,pStca and 'goadick Feanr thatcomplete .. i II O r wir ,I Ol1 I

Sec. 19....Jftr; trfuftfar enacted. ; ,'or_oT: a; passage' by mails, millions,are wftnting/or its completion : st to' set la motion, :what, .the S: pOt J. the -co. I
shall* the mUll. :will be had. scarcely .seemed: ,to be endowed imssioriers That no person. oe qualified on thesb rtestluies, ; to. ultimate : 99 to survey .
$ to be a ?9ter at the said election,of point of, embarkation. These enterprising adventurers, ithmobiiity.; and ,mark this roadjwhic.hwjflb
4 IVlayor and Aldermen who shall I From. the Canadian, Noya'Seo-', wielding*".'ca hat so 'immense, It is but fair to state, on the !transmitted. Washington for tht

''V:; not bea free white male inhabitant daD, American and West Indian, -w ill be enabled to look down opposition authority of the same Editor,.th.at' inspection and, approval of ine

of-full age, and subject to tax :, as well as the British manufactu-N --it his been gradually, this state' of things no longer ex President. I

.- ation ; and who shall not hate resided : ring and mercantile interests, 1i maturing, a 'sh rt andomprehen- ists. The. present '
: in said City of St. Augustine I the application of-the' steam power sive synopsis/of which we published tors have set up a handsome lions which had already commenced

at least six months previously it is expected, will meet peculiar sometime,ago-the project has coach, drawn by, sleek and well- ; in buying the'beat tracts

to the day of elrction. encouragement ; to the nation now recdved the royal assent, and conditioned steeds ; and, to crown on this route, understand! that

Sec. 20. Be it further enacted, generally, in a commercial ant! is going into full operation. all, the roads and scenery are suchas I orders have been received *t the

i: That an act. entitled an act to incorporate Military point of view, to Ireland I. Commerce itsejlf will change its would smooth the, wrinkled Land Office in this Territory. to
,the City of St. Augustine and the Colonies particularly, Jt charaCter', 'this project: confede- front'even of a Quarterly reviewer. reserve from the sale the whole ore

and improve the p", lic-ro.ads will present advinta'i: rated companies. of !arge .apltalsts th land on both sides of the contemplated
: in the neighborhood thereof," np- ges; The .large b6dy of arc now preparing to rule the road, for the' purpose,
We have account in the Cincinnati
proved 13th September, 1822, and capital concentrated in South America mercantile,destinies of the world. an it is. supposed of offering it, at
of the 9th June
an act entitled an act to provide and ,the rapidly increasing They will hare their agents in Emporium ,. auction, to the highest bidder.
of destructive fire which took
against the introduction of contagious I importance ,of the British Colonies New York, in Quebec in the a Should the government grant
1 diseases, and for the establishment : in North America, will augment West ladies and in the South A- place in that city, on the preceding S250 000 for the making of this r
Saturd A considerable
e of boards of health in in an important degree. the mericsn republics ady to re- *y. road, there is _no doubt but it
the cities of St. Augustine and number of passengers, and the ceivr and to communicate the ear extent buildings appears have would realize, from the increased

3 ., Pensacola" approved 2nd September transit of specie, stores and b liest intelligence make the been destroyed ; 'and the principal fuiue of its lands in that direction,

.i }I 1822, and an act entitled an g oods. earliest investments ; all which sufferers, are said to be Messrs.' a profit at least 300,000, and receive -
and W. Farnsworth
Oliver M &
act to establish boards of health in The civil and military connex- by the agency of steam on the one the whole in less than four
: the cities of St. Augustine and i ion with our colonies will be placed band, and of canals upon the other .- Co. The whole of their Printing y ears.Detroit Gazette. '
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I Pensacola" approved in 1823, be ,' by this undertaking, on an assisted by 'a capital equal to Office, consistingoftypes. Webster's presses, Interesting to Sailors.-A caaa
I for \\
Ic and are hereby repealed. improved footing, insuring by its any demand will amount to stereotype spelling was tried on. 1 uesday, 6th instant,
A Sec. 21. .And be ifurherenac- superior means the transport of a complete monopoly of a cornt ook,book bindery,spelling books, in the United St'ates Circuit Court _

LI. ed, That the Mayor, Aldermen, troops and government fro res in merce so exte !jive. Do we whole of a I large impressionof in New-York, .b fore Mr. Justice ..
Par and officers of the said city for the a regular and advantageous man l lieve that the ,plan is teo vast- an Almanac for 1826, and a Thompson and Judge Van Ness

1 :; time being, be and they are hereby I Look to mercantile enterprizc tock of paper were consumed, the result of which is itilerestingseaiitenas >

::4 vested vtith the powers and, charged ner.By the establishment of this i of England, where capital has making a .total loss to them of to it der.ies the right

? with the duties of the Mayor, company, the produce of the richest I sought out every possible .avenue about 7000 dollars. There is every they havtf always believed themselves .

Aldermen, and other officers provided district of Ireland, now nearly for active employment entt r- reason to believe that the fire possessed of, viz : of refu.

.1; .: for by this act. I .excluded by the difficulties: ofsailing prize that has alarmed the Lord was caused'by an incendiary ; as sing to perform duty in case of a
: JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ, navigation, will be'orought Chancellor of England, who said it broke out in a buck building, scarcity of hands on fchip-board.

i s President of the Legislative Council. in five days to the London markets that these companies could com where neither fire not candle had The'facts of the case were, that on

? SAML. Fill, Clerk. and a new field for British mand more funds than the minister been used. ,A liberal subscription the 10th of June last, nine of the
& (Approved December 28th, 1824.J made for sufferers
the and
WM.P.DUVAL., manufactures will be opened in even iftlw country were invaded was sailors on board the ship Criterion,
: ', Governor of the Territory of Florida.JMSCELMAY. 'return, by a direct communicationfrom I -and when New York is made I the proceeds of a night's! performance ready for sea, refused to do duty,
-- --- ---- -- the of contact in which I at the Circus had been contri
: the Thames. only point on the plea that the snip's
: "These great purposes will be this new company touches the United buted. complement was short by oneman

,, ... from the Baltimore 4merican.i -- attained by uniting, in the moss S'etes, does 'it reqaire the In the whole 'calendar of human in consequence of hich refusal '

; By far the most interesting intelligence effectual manner, the powers of t spirit of prophecy to foretell the iniquity i there is .scarcely a crime the vessel was detained at

' received by the last ar- teaming and sailing, and! if other result? of blacker dye than arson. It a neavy expense until ..the 21st,

.. rivals may be found in the following mechanical improvements should yields no recompense for the risk when a new crew 'was procured.

project, which we publish for tie discovered, they will be available From the JYational Journal.If : which its perpetrator incurs. The sailors were indicted for a

the benefit of all concerned. for the company, when justified the following" description of Robbery and murder are generally revolt, and on the trial the Court

, Steam .J\-avigalion.-I"he follow p by experience.Thcv the mail sfage, as it hath been accustomed ', committed with a view to obtain after argument decided that their

:( ing is thf prospectus of the Bri- plans fur these objects to ''perform its daily some immediate }benefit ; but, in cOllducVas punishable i hi law, .

: ,: ftth;Steam Navigation Company, have been longmaturing, under: achievements iu! 'presence pf the house-burning, human life is periled and so ins rucied the jury, who returned -

..'l. incorporated by an act of Parliament he eye of able and oractical engineers good people otThorrusion, in the I and property consumed; froma a verdict ot Guilty.

, ., with a capital of 600,000, and nautical men, and estimate State of Maine, had not presented mere spirit of inaligt.ani antonnt'ss War folk Beacon.VOHE1GW. .
.Patrons the Duke of York and have been formed on actu I itself to our notice in. a veritable or to gratify a diabolical 1 re --- ---_.

the ..Duke.ofVellinJton.P.'esi.* al tenders for the whole outfit, in Journal, put porting to be the venge. It is the act of a coward! -

dent, the Marquis of Lansdown. eluding expences of navigation :. Thom SiOn Register, we should also. He who commits it, fears ....
: "The application of the power fuel &c. The returns are calculated I hare sworn it to be a gross libel I to ask the open and manly gratification [From London papers to the 13th August -

F' of Strain to purposes of Navigation upon the established rae!' of I IVoiyj the pen oi'&umc: s c'Hld Vaux, of his passions. He dares I ,received in New-Ycnk.j

:t by which the utmost celerhy r freight and moderate charges for uf other retailer, ol slander, who not meet his victim face to face. Affairs of he -Greek and 2'urk

. : ,is combined with certainty and se- passengers. Upon such compu: iuttii travelled ever a larger compass Neither does he dare to play the Paris, Aug. 10.-Despatches

' ;. curity% forms an entirely new era I tations, the undertaking offers of paper, ;than of 'earth and I burglar, lest some detecting clue have bt-en received by the Greek

; 4 in the Commerce,f Great Britain, large and steady profit for the employment water. As it is, we are not certain should remain. He therefore Committee hi Paris from their-

but hitherto, although perfectly of capital, and the whole that this is any more than a comes in the silence and solitud gen, Gt>n. Roche, dated at Napoli : -
,
practicable, the system has not expenditure will be vested in soli 1 'I little waggery :of Mr. Paulding, of night, and throws the implement i di Romania, as late as the 28th
I been adapted to the great and increasing insurable property. nnd inu-nded as, a sort t/f codicil to of destruction where it is June, which,give details of the progress

.: commercial importance; This object has been submitted I the bequest hvjhas lately made to scarcely possible for any human of the Egyptian troops under

: of England, as regards particularly to his Majesty's government, and !hc world under :he name of John eye to discover hand which deposits Ibrahim Path, te! capture oFCalaiuaira -

: her intercourse with the New the Act of Parliament for forming I Ikili in. America I Come ".from it. He cares not for the l i ripolizzj, Sec. and of the

"World. The objects contempla, and regulating this company, which sour-.e '|'it may, However, consequences of his crimes; but' burning & barbarous devastations,

:: ted by this Company ace, to es- has received the Royal Assent, by whether from fiction or fact, it leaves their extent to be determined I which threatened to reduce the

U.blih lines of Steam Vessels to which (among other provision) has amused us, it will amuse our by chance and circumstances Peloponnesus to a desert. [Some:

. :: communieaie from tue United: the responsibility of: the .proprietors : readers, and it |will serve for ex- If families who have never injuredhim : accounts say} these burnings, &c:.

. ":', Kingdom to ,North Am rica, tht".est is limited to the amount off crllent food for: any new traveller perish in the devastation he were made by the Greeks them

!** :\\' Indies, and the, new Stales a |I the shares held by them, respec who may come amongst us with has caused, so long as he remains selves, to prevent the inroads of

[i i: South merica. : tively.The. the laudable intention of caricaturing free from suspicion, and out of their enemy :]i They add, that on

I With those views, it is proposed editor of the Boston Daily our mannersand establishments I. the danger of punishment, he findsno June 25th, Ibt'ahim Pacha.appearcci -

: that Steam Vessels should Advi'rtiser, contemplating this gi. and may have exhausted I great difficulty in reconciling before Napoli di Romania, and \.

.'4'.t. proceed from the Thames, touching antic project, is alarmed, as well his invention. Some twelve months himself to whatever misery he attacked early the next morning,

, at intermediate Porto. to the he may be, at the commerce of the ago, Gilford. would have given a may have occasioned. Wretchesof the outworks, called the mills,
: most prominent point of the British i4 i- United States which will then be set ol the Quarterly for such anexquisite this character ought no moreto whieh were defended by Prince.

; Isles upon the A'lantic, viz.- concentered in the: port of New morcrau. be 4eft at large amon society, Yysilanti, and a small body of
,' the port Va1entia-in the southwest ; tk Much dissatisfaction has heretofore Gi'eeksaided by the of
York, and proposes! by way of than wolves and tigers in our presence
:, of Ireland, a harbour possessing -, partial counteraction, to establish -prevailed in regard to the streets. General Roche. The Egypnaaforce
acknowlrdged natural advantages wre>cnu accommodations afforded ab.. 7000 bu {
: a branch line ,of communication T!: was n ; in spite'of
:t free from ail Port charges. from Halifax to Boston, which I isa to iravtliera in the stage oa the the inequality of numbers, the

From thence, one Steam Vessel third nearer than New York, and mail route :from Waldoboro' .. JWME8ZIC. post was bravely maintained by
.
11; of a large class, with machinery easier of access It is through this town to Belfast. Six -,I I the Greeks, and after a ,resolute
and fuel Adequate computed times a week we) were condemnedto Three Thousand Houses."-A'
: to cross in that the paMsagefrom the Thames, resistance, they 'succeeded, at
..
uceaa, win proceed once a fortnight 1 to Halifax will be made in '-foureen behold trudging along, two miserable writer in the N. w York: Daily Advertiser L. i eightin the..ve!tinK in driving a-
to Halifax, in Nova ,bure-bbard calls the attention of the i
Sootia broken-winded
days, and to New York I in way Ibrahim Pacha, with Il f',1015
_ _ and to New York and raw-hiued public to the modern
; a second, seventeen, He justly remarks that, gall-lmcked, snailgaited practice ol'l of 400 men ; who then directed hU
of similar power, will proceed, whatever is done must be done horses ; may-be blind in one constructing buildings of toe retreat towards Tripolizza and
i.' *' every month, by Madeira ad tb.i .- qjickly." A new course of trade or both eyes ; :whipped and jaded slightest materials, affording an Calamatra and if was 'expected,

Leeward Islands to Jamaica, returning is to be establhhed. N*. w habits ,till they had scarce life enough: outside appearance of strength the want provisions? would force
; by Bermuda and Fayal. business are to be formed and 1 leVt to communicate motion I to while the interior walls, jf such him wholly to withdraw while the
: The company intend to form their legs! beat kickrd they can be called
when they are once fixed in favor ; thumped are scarcelyable guerillas were ordered to follow
communications between Jamaica of New York it will be too late; i to 'and bruised to u jelly-if so there to sustain the weight of the and harass him. -

Vera Cruz, Havana, and the make a change. It is of had been any thing left but skin roof, &c. For a few seasonstpust, Trieste Two vessels
Ports of South America as boon as i parLance that great and bones io make jelly of ;-two it has been a practice with builders July 28 ,
arrangements have arrived here from the Levant
,;f Steam Vessels for these }purposes should be made for extending the fi pearej, ring-boned, spring- to erect a row of houses together of which with
4 can procured. line of steam haltiug, half starved animals, with party walls of a. brick laid; one. spoke
navigation from Austrian other
'i an ship, and the
From Halifax to Quebec, Halifax to Boston, from the lame, lifeless and spavined ; afiiict-: lengthw )5. Tnis summer, rows, with Greek cruizer both of.
through the Gut Canso, a branch when it reaches moment with all thv ailments and diseases uf.house have. been erected with a ,
that ,which reported that the Greeks .
is already in progress, incontem from London." port thai were ever noted in farriery, party wall of a brick on rdg r. in
J plation of the present plan, which But and more thai ever farrier's skill Should.a fire break out in the cen had been completely successful
1 '"will afford .a line of Steam Navigation even this is but a partial Could heal ; harnessed with leather tre budding, the whole row would ,the vicinity of Napoli di Roman-.
and
inadequate view of this la :-That when arrived nears thisnew .
,
from st U-
tumble
and down. The
England to Quebec, and thungs tarred ropes to a rick- exterior is
.3 the interior of North pendous project, for, the plan er n- finished capital of Greece, he found, w
Aerica.. brace city wagon with trir(-wheels and neatly the rooms on the
%/ also the Islands of his sltubtio critical that ho
t he so ,
Seperate lines of two thirds first floor
Steam Navigation West7tidies I ; surmounted or. b e- are set off with, marble
-
and South but
to communicate with the America strided by one ol FalstafTs of fire places,'and folding dt orsand commenced a rapid retreat f
men > I '
in fact
the
commerce of the United that the Greek forces ,taken -
having I
I main lines are in course of forma, Coventry, who wielded : relentless advertised for sale or to rent as
States, of Quebec& of the West dali the he
possession passes
I I tion viz from hickory ,
Glasgow, Liver- Indies and of South belabouring with might neattwo story dwellings, finishedin (
America is was brought to action, complete
pool, aDd Bristol to Valentia, and this by and Ii)1iti_ : 'oresaid raw hides themost, modern style, They
means to be I defeated and'hijirself wounded,
I engrossed by ly ,
iif
alsd from the an'Lbare.bieuand
western of add are generally
to this .uilt.pn.lease
ports '
ground
.
these enterprising English capi and, taken prisoner, and carried to
Limerick, and Galway, the provision the wretched conditionof-, un- and it is haidlypossiblethat such
talists. So far j ,
-Thessmo
..'trade'of wuich :aUer places Unite l as regards the happyravdle!, ,stowed:t away -1)y' houses should outlast the lease of the capital in:triumph,
States
no other is ac'counts add that the Egyptian
seaport the ,
will fall into this line. steiedore trunks and 'mai'lperhaps 21 years; -Philadelphia .
Gazette. v
mentioned than New York, which; fleet from Canatiia( had succeeded
bags
The, passages will not only be by the means of her canal will : and ,for dripping : with rain,_ An Extraordinary Runner.- in throwing between five and 'si ,

nearly brought to'a certainty, in sweep the whole range of the west, itugbtltbe.re( ( was of I cano We-findit stated, in a late, Paris thousand troops into 'Navarino.,

; point of time, but their average. uniting as it does ,the waterffepf I ..abide py or covering, obliged still, to paper, that a young man named l The,Ne kor gazette'of'Aug. 8 f
_ length compared to sailing, will Erie' with ,, the pelting .of the, pitiless Rummel, aged 16 native June
those of the Atlantic. 'Itorm a of says, "911;the 16th [28th] ,
be abridged ,fully' one-third, 'The : ,That place then is,to bethe' grand should pursing liis.stars4 that Hesse Rhenavc was at Strasbourg, "they observed, from >,the rampartsof
superiority of size, power, and cquipment they ever have l ad.him where heintended retro*
emporium of American commerce to to' give, some Nappli l di Romania, a
_ : in the vessels, will ne- and encounter these eastern miseries proofs of movement laa
; all our streams are to agility. He has in grade, of the Egypt
cossarily.'command the support of] become t sqmjnoned, ever and anon, his. the
tributary to _. her aggran to descend possession authentic. '-certificates -, army ; and towards, midnight
: every.perion desiring to combine dizement: The project ,has, from',this notable, vehicle to prove tbat 'he"had run 'Government\ received' the n,6"',

fiafety, comfort; 'rand expedition, me.Qnrol'ed.J"aDd' the, manner no.* the ,and push..in ,the 'rear or:lift at from Frankfort, Handu' and,back, that: Colpcolrbrii: hrf 'attacked J5J,

in-so' long, a, 'navigation* Thtts* in which themoral power, if' we ; w heel a, r,>per, haps,, ratner ,distance! 'of;twenty .tour'-rnilti; in, rear _'of-t iiEgyjnsTn I.FJD1,. Dh

by theajd of science,.a facility of allowed tHe expression acquired choosing JbuSge' on_ foot,throu gb; .two hours an&fifteen minutes. d, killed 300. men. ThatoDJbt,:. -

intercoum. bt't.weentheOld' kNew. by New, York: bY' the, mejans ,of pity to .the po.b> .lt"'and to a. from Manheim, :to 'Schwetzibgenadd *, [29ililtbe, eneaiywas already l th.,

Worlds-will; beettablishedenhancjngin ,-. her canal is, to .be; exercised, is abridgelheUbpirsoftheCoveniry, back,j eighteenmiles in.o ne of sight of.the; fibrtress J ano" ,that.,
: each the Yalu'of properly; suddenly and asby maic.unyCiIed3 : above ,motioned.with* .1 his ,our-snd. .forty.riarrn1tues. : ; I 1, it wasd the2Oth.J; uJ1,2'J 1b ;
.
.. '. I .... ; hickory ; and: c i yen 'now. and, ,then. ,-/tfew V, t._ ,,.Ibrahim, Pacha 1sstiae.4 .'re :'

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Uses near Tiget. Calocotrcju is lenlioa or interesting his company more told me tba he' bad &brotberjnPensacolaaid ogetber., ky t' imprpTement of this fail to fceceae the chattel of aa lamioiIjr ,

the head of 16,000 msn. Ou the than a mere! automaton.. Let'parents $ ihat be, was' .on,bit kind, the'intercourse witkthevlikndof: 'rich foreign 'and, domestic commerce;:.

*! 6th] information ...as1eceied consider this well, and if they will spend way there-. ,.fle old .me .that he Cuba,which,lies witkin' little.more .trun while_ could noibtit prove:? 'highly i ad..
tb |huh : but ha.lfu much to fit out and send their ,
.
a dyailfthe ,western coajt 'of;the vanttgcmis, to Florida, and would flow
that the Egyptians had came from about'Columbia about : -
to the Female ) -
daughters Lafayette .Made* I
peninsula,'woold.be promoted and rendered :: like a stream;of gold through 'the Uno%
defeat at the Phlo- where the/will be'well! educated 15 miles off th t'he'' had ni ;
a .
,tained a new my as ; ter, safe and easy,as it would,afford the and toit more wealth than it! '

s ', that Ibrahim *as surroundin ." they do for tinnrcesiiry;useless finery, tot died in the S, ate of Alabama, .and means of avoiding,the present'dangerous ltoduce' from the richest mines.We .-

and thai he would set them off as ladies, before they are fit'that he around the .deem.- itv
in the defiles, came outon thaj business navigation keys and reefs of unnecessary to dwell any

d it difficult to gej back to theoast to service leave for'hich the nursery, they will will' do them a I live in West Florida, about 45 the_ south s while it, would shorten the further upon'this topic ; and submit tho

xnd of Messenia. Gen. Roche, they he th'nkfu1i miles from' Pensacola.YILLIAM ." ,. passage between,the ,Atlantic and West- facts we have,collected, with a hope that l'
when arrive the of
at discretion
they
( age ; eTA States by:near a thousand miles, besides the Society will proceed to consider the
French Agent in Greece, and they will hive the tisfaction of seeing \ G. ,DASEY." .the which
the : saving perilous voyage round means, by the interesting work in .
writes from Argus 2d July, that them the pride of their old age, the -.cttmf- the Toiiugas bank! '. : view may be best promoted I. and will, be* > .

Peloponnesus had risen en interesting, agreeable companions their ,NORFOLK, Sept. 28. A work like this. ; connecting the two stow an early.attention upon .a subject of

the and that the Egyptian ar- husbands the instructors of thXir children XQT'Yard' at /Vn,aco/a.-li great extremities of the Republic,'will act so'much importance, both to the Territory ,
,; |S8e, und the ornament the society in as a cord to the bow of our' strength and the Union at !arge.n .

pf vas annihiliattd.e Never which they live. was rumored here several days ago bnng it into more vigorous and formidable -ft411_ ___----- --- -

adds "xvas a popular movement Female that the U. S. Sloop.of tension and It.to I -I.
Lafayette Academy, war. prepare be drawn with .DIED- In this City the
on morn of
more terrible, tnd more just, Lexington Kentucky.IXSTRUCTERS. Hornet, Captj Wood house; ,.now, al the more.celerity and effect, in-the day of ,.the. 16th instant, Capt. JOES.SIM. s.in'g '

for the life or death of a population the navy yard.Gosport,,was,in preparetion : danger and watt' It :s to be hoped there the-58th year of his age. Captain: Simpson '

j400,000 souls were at slake. ) to convey Captt. War- fore, that if the work be not' speedily ex? has resided for sOme year*pat ''i"rftlJla / \
JJ' ah Jlitnham A. M. Principal and ecuted the
by private enterprize, atten- and has
been
County valuable
Sftain.-We have Madrid ad viets Teacher in Grammar, Hhetonck, Lopck, ; rington and Biddle to Pensacola, ,tion of the Government will be early directed of society-of a quiet and a peaceable member dispos.tion ..

10 the 28th July. The expedition Astronomy, Natural and Moral Philosophy on Government business. In confirmation to so important an object While, mild and unassuming his

fining out for Cuba was in Languages, Composition and Critij j of his report, ..the papers as we hive before said, the communication n ; the, whole tenor of his life mann was*

forwardness :-Some or the ofn- Clj'n ; t rec iedl'Yt'sterday, inform us 'I' etween the.two seas might be effected strongly marked with'those traits which
/ Mr. Jnlin C.Yirfc Teacher in Arithme i at a comparatively trifling expense characterise
of the Constitutional that these gentlemen, with Capt. a good Christian; and tho
errs army tick; (Geography. History, and the various tfye Geography of the country presents well grounded hope'.that he has been -
I Hainbridge h>Ye been appointed
have been appointed to commandsin branchen \ltthemiticks ; us choice.. and, even a variety of translated into a happier :and a better

it. The Government has the ?%1s3; .Uary It. Reed, Preceptress in the Commissioners by the Secretaryof points, at hich the{work might .be.ad- world, is the highest consolation whichcan .

example of the great I\larshal Preparatory Depar'rue-it ; the Navy, |to fix upon site foi vantageouslj commenced. In the:neigh- be affordedunder this dispensation

and lienerals of thr French Revo- Min ., ZiAjFanholt Hammond, Teacher a Navy Yard on the Bay of P 'on tne Piano ; niting the head waters of the Suwaney .
family. '
Ju'.ionary army, in their well established Mrs. Louisa dddetsterren, Teacher in cola, for which purpose g50,000 and St. fary's rivers,has been much talked th:s City on the..; 20th inst.tIn .
Jtf
loyally to tne Bourbons. ., Drawing and Painting : .vere, appropriated by the last Con of and is saidto be in serious'contemplation VEL Coax,aged 68 years ; he:was r.one SAX-of -

to Justify this politic measure. Al-is: *iiuie .!/. J). IHlson, Assistant gress. It is further stated, that ; this route having been hitherto those whofoughtlbr the Independenco

r Teacher the English Department; they will sail from this port in the considered as the, most eligible directionfor of our country, in the revolutionary

A battalion of the 3rd reg't. of Dr. II-?/* 'OiJI.':/, Teacher of Cliiro- Hornet in a 'few days. We are the proposed Canal. There exist has been a member of the Legislature war of, .

the I'mof f the Spanish army is graphy ; much pleased I this information, however many objections to the selection Mississippi, and was one of the Convention

uid to have revolted at St. Andero, i Robert But, A. M. Occasional Lectu. ot'this point* the most prominent of which which formed the Constitution of.\.

account of bini ordered to rer, in Chemistry: and Botany ; looking, as it undoubtedly does, may be very briefly stated. The great labama. He died .universally. respected

on : P. Ratel, Teacher! in Dancing. to the relief of the gallant officers length of the river navigation to be per- and esteemed, and his loss will long be

Cuu( ; hu were disarmed, a'nd TUI' ON. and seamen oFournavyfrdm much formed-the rapidity of the Suwaneyand -- felt by the citizens ot Pensacola general

compelled to embark. Tuition in the Knglisli: Department,, longer exposure in that charnel- the poverty of the country throughwhich ly! as "ell as by his bereaved widow and
50 Year g 25 the Session flows ; which is generally of so children.
Official accounts from the g a or ; house, Thompson's Island
Ditto in the Preparatory Department, : sterile a nature that it can never be culti. i
,
Phiilippmes to March 1, repre- i Beacon. vated to advantage, or contribute .
S 32, or g Ifi the Session ; I : anything I At Mobile Point
taut Spanish colony to bet the trade of the:canal and last on Wed e>day the ,
t rtit Extra branches, eaci g 40, or 3 20 the to ; ,5th mst. after
ly the shallowness of the bar a.scvere attack of billious
or stream
A
corvette ,
tranquil.
j.erfecily Session ; Charleston ;, October 6.The re difficulties which wh i fever which he bore with! upcoming .fortitude -
; present en fully examined -
i
t which: to Hoard, including accommodations -
and brig belonged necessary
a I Col.
,
130; dollars port that (;00). Bainbridge, Com. will we are.convlOced. occasion \LBZKT.J. CtA'osrr, UnitedStates'
the Government of Peru, had arrived a year. District Attorney fur tV eat t'iotida.
: %* l'upil:1t'e admitted by the Session, Warrington, and Captain Biddle! the scheme now agitated in Georgia, to Col. C had been
and surrendered previously unwell and
Manilla ,
I at be finally abandoned. Anothrr
and payment rcqtyrcti Jit least quarterly, were going out to fix: upon a site communication was induced. to'viait ttic Point
in order ,
has been .
i ihemsiives tt the Captain Genera proposed, through the
in advance.There for a navy yard on me bay of Pen-( San Taffy into Black Creek, a branch of to restore his he&Ub, out suit ined a re-
!I. are two sessions in a year, of is I The( Editorof Utjacv immediately on Iiii alTivaa. If
sarola, inci'z'ecl. tie St. John's. The head waters of tl.esc thepossess.0L1
; five months each, beginning on the first of
:
; Lordon, Aug. 13.-The great Mondays} of September and March. In the National Inteli! ncel', say streams approach within 18 miles o each every manly virtue hai power
to tne
f failures: in Liverpool, and the un- I the months of August and ot February, they understa from an authentiC other, and lithe objections; arising from kid thisniterc3ting-o.iiig stay iiazidofdeatje, then surely

l cxa ipKd .decline in the price olir' there is a Vacation of four, weeks each. source that Com. Bainbridge: the shallowness of the bar. of the Suwa spA.-ed 1, solace lilt: ,ticchmng stranger year been ofa

Cottons: &c. have created much i I'tipils remaining in Vacation the f1"Iof,\ wiii thePtfl.Clal be Com. Warrin ;ton, and Capt. Bid- ney would did have not still much present to recommend itself this route it, as duatiiig parent, and t"> diffuse joy and nap-

dIstress in that commtrcial city. through the choose to.tudy ail die, have been appointed to pro. there is good land on these rivers, and pi .vss a no.'g a large circle of admiring
inttructt'tl"fth'y ; friends.-His distant
relations
Other failures were expected. imi.e :arc allowed to be wholly idle, during ceed to the c )ast of Florida for{ the canal would pass in the neighborhoodof are assured, that althauga he died and In friendS
the
[ The capitalists of London have the r Ct's. the purpose o 'selecting a suitable the rich region of Alachua, and open l Und "of stranger, he received ,
atteimoii
been called upon to step forward, Asa limited: number oily: can be accommodated site for a navy* yard and depot, \that.fine country to the benefits of naviga .iiul comfort, in the power every of- :

to stay the evil, and put a check on ( a* Hoarders, a preference, with authority to enter into conditional on rnends.iip bestow. :
in regard to this privilege, will be givento Although we no certain information ('Jo6ile
possess Remitter 11th
the misconduct! of use Spinners, fa'om.(1iitmce. engagements for the pur- in*;. ,
pupils as to the depth of water on the
lo wham the_calamity! is attributed. The Health, Manners and Morals' of the chase of such site. It is uncertain bar of the Suwaney, it is well known this .
life
One of the Houses had f.tiled Pupjls are diligently guarded.: The Academy whit: place tie Commissioners that the vessel of Arbuthnot, who had his ult.Departed after short illness on Monday the 19th
JoaxT. TBIPPB
: i'jr 400,000. is situated i ir. the m st healthy part will decide upon for this very im, store on this river, was lying when taken, Esq. (Deputy Sheriff of Jackson
County
of the most health town in the Western )
at distance outside the islands which
establishment but it some in the 24th! of his ,
Noble of .J\ature-It is well portant must year age.-His death is
N'o Pupil i in the family has
Country. the
stretch across mouth of the stream, '
belaeved to be: the result
bt Coast of oi a wound he
"on the
known, that sine time since a had a fever, or any serious indisposition; sornewhrrej and in a small basin which is said to be the I I rece"vc I tI OlD a ruffian about 18 months

lottery was established in Germany in lo..r years Fiol ida, in the, Gull'of Mexico. nearest point at which the coast can here since, out Which

in which the Barony of Forl s- The Dress:: must always be plain, neat The act of the 3d March list, appropriates be approached. The Indians and negroes since healed.: apparently, had long .,.

and simple. FUrly rising i is required ; $ I The Commissioners wlio traded to his store, uniformly Tnat '
chen, in the: Principality of Ans- 0,000. Society should be deprived of an
accommodated each
) \\ o are in room he could his
;
testify, that never bring vessel -
pach, with the ti'l*, &c. was lhe and all lights arc to be extinguished at 10 it i } said will depart which was a small schooner into the amiaole and interesting young man, in the

highest prize. This prize has been in the ercn'mg. early in October in the sloop of river but carried his goods up in lighters ; deep flower regret and spring even of when.life,.occasioned is a matter, of ,..,_,

drawn. by a journeyman; Baker, ill. Young Ladies the fsmilyarcxpect- war Hornet, Capt. ,V ooci)house.i and the very intelligent black, with whomwe the ordinary dispensations of an overrulr by '

London, who is now in possession I ed attend publick worship on Sundays. 4 Sou. Patriot. have conversed; who was sometime ing and just: Providence, but :, such. ...

1 hey are not to receive or entertain Company i employed on board these canoes, inform an event is
(4'an annual income ,cf 120,000 produced by the blAnd of ana&ifefcmi "
except on formal occasions, and us, that when at the mouth of the stream, it
iVunc?, (about 10,500 dollars.) with the approbation ot the Principal or P,'om .,., East Florida Herald.- they brought the vessel hull down, as she for common creates feelings; too He poignant

The first use this new Nobleman I his Ll)'. When they attend ;parties abroad Agricultural Society.-A. very interesting lay at anchor, a circumstance which renders relations cu'SOil expression.and brother in sustainedthe
a
manI
made of his ;;ood fortunevas to i or any place ,)f publick resort, they session of thii' society was held onThur..day it highly probable that'thf bar is too ner tHat endeared him toni* family hale

buy 70,000 loaves of bread will be accompanied by one or more or evening last, and the Thursday I shallow even for Steam Boats of the ordi' living, and will be
rye ] not torgocten; now heis
evening previous At the first meeting,
The
their instnictcrs. to which draft.
vvuich he distributed to the company nal) no more. In fact, im cle..tn will be deplored
iJ001'vith committee ofMessra. Dc-xter
(hey are introduced v ill be of the firstrespectamlitv a consisting
of According to the best information we oy'all wno knew him, far !so long
\ beer each.
a pot :u and Simmons, presented able
but even this must not be an reporton
; hive beeii aole to collect,the point wherea I as fraternal regard siull be cherwntrO, so _
extended too tar:-if they wish to excelas the subject of JL canal route across this I I
.Genrr.il Gregor M'Gregor, navigable communication from the gulf I long as filial atiection *hau De; respected; ,
:Scholars their minds peninsula and it the latter, Messrs
: must be devoted ;
Caique of Poyais, in Central A- Dexter, Simmonsind Mitchell presented I,I to the Atlantic may. be opened to the so long b an ardent aitacnment tu friends
sold exclusively to Study. They cannot promise most advantage, Will be found in a narrow !shall ue valued, & fc'o long a* a high mind
has French
nitrica, to a Company themselves success,* on other another equally lucid and valuable report
any district of country, included between the ed, Honorable and genlleuianly course
lct.
lale tract of his condition.There on the same SUbj
a :
tea'1'HyryIn head of the Amisura Withlacnuchy hfe in
waters or tlirouu is regarded socIety, II' Long
The first canal from
America.--Fog. is a handsome Parterre attached the reportproposes a and Ocklawaha rivers in latitude I" wilt the luinc oi Mr. Tnppe live in the
Ahclote Key| tn the St. John's the
the Estublibhuieiit ; 29 20 where these streams interlock and of hid friends and will
Liver/io, 4u15.The failure to with a very great other proposes a canal from Vaccasassor memory so long
variety ornamental Shrubs and Plants, approach within 18 miles of each other. tuey mourn over their sat bcreave-neaU
I lust week ot'o extensive I Bay-in a direct line to the City of St. Augustine
both U ltl\ C ar.d exotick, ibr thtir recreation Both of those streams are navigable for (Communicated.
cl'ea-1 a profile is filed in thearchives
Houses in the Cotton trade, and HoUuucul Amusement In 4'which I vessels drawing six feet water, from their J. ....
i of the society. The first
ted a great blarm and stagnationof I short, every facilay is oil I'eJ in the LA-! whicii furnishes much interesting report local I sources to their disemboguement, and Lately, at Berkley airings, Virginia

business ; but the sale) of 6000 : rAY .TTIt i-'tMALK AcAuii.Mr, (or iiiakintr... 'information wep iblish this week, deferI both drain a great extent of rich country, whither he had goiieibrttie benefit ot'his

bales! of their stock, on the 12tt UaoU, accoinplisiied sciiolars. I ing the other until!our next. I II where the soil and climate are highly favorable health, Major WIU.IAM Wiuoy ofthe, U.

brisk with decline of The Lexington Tcmale Academy commenced to the productions of the most va- S. .,\rlDY. MajJr W. was a native of Ma-

\vas a about IIa: operation July Ud, 1831.-The I 'rue Committee apt toinled by the Society to luable staples of the south. r\.laiiil $ I he was a man of sterling honor .
Id p'r pound Al the close ol'1.th t'oi-tfcoing Catalogue biiowane collect informati as to the most eligible J
uncommon -I The intermediate country thro' which and. WAS one ot tile oldest odicen oldie
VPt-ek the depression success wliicn has attended laudable route for a Ca nal thr.ugt'1ur'k, to .
fully
WAS
a. I the canal would run, is generally flat and army, naving oeen in service, wiin short
t. The'salfs of the week individual exertion, iIj by a lioeralinUividu.il connect the ioateof\ the Guy of Mexico
j-erovt-re! ; pondy pine barren which favorable circumstance inter IUS4KUI, from toe timeof, the l'rei1-
wrrt- 19,000 bales of whic'i 10,000 patruiMge. Hie Pnncipal deep. with tht sitlantii 1. beg leave submit the' would render the work of ea.- dency of Gen. VVasliingtou.-J\at. Int.

I ly feels his ooiigation to his Patrons, allicLeelful1y following ReportThe \ i and comparatively inexpensive execu.
wre on speculation. Our import. sy !LKA---: *'rttu : L L'Jilm
avail himself this occasionre1iectIuiiy cession:: oft ic Ploridas to the Unit tion. The Amasura! Withlucouchy,

amounted to 6,700 hales, of which to tender to tTieui his most cristate*, natuially! dVew the attention of runs through its whole course over a roc W

16,000 w 're from the United traltlul ..Ck.4IOWLd4tjiiClltS. the public to the treat object of unitingthe ky ButtoW" and. hs a.safe anchorage of 10I ) ,

St 4tes. The&e, and other heavy 'I lie uumucr ot t'upii is greater than at water of the Gulf of Mexico with I feet water at its mouth, within the An. --- -- ..

arrivals, have had a tendency to any toriiicr per.ud. lice. increase; ot ItsnUIUUcl't the Atlantic, by a canal through! some ': clote Keys and gradually shoals up from,, : a.cOla. t
wiii
keep down the market. We uc attended With an increase part of the newly cpiirct f rr&tciry ; the i i these Islands ; having no bar According -
quoteUpLnds of cxci lion, on tinpart ot its Teacuers, to_ received from ---- :
geography of writ :h aflorded,so many ia-I to the information we have J
at 8 to 11 l-2d. reu Jer the uiatitui ion still more extensive I The translation of the EN l' EREi
cihties for the ope ni:>;; ot'such a cOI .nu. ;I a good source.

4ur. 16.-There was a fair I I.) useful''it has, uiici more wortU)' ol the reputation nication. The commercial advantages last Spanish tern !Kedge-anchor. ke)s ; Oct. 1 .Sloop 'Nuijara,. Tan

demand for Cottons yesterday uircuily acquired. that-ould attendj the execution oi such a sufficient indication that there 'exists a ner, New-York, Cargo potatoes

a project, are so bvious and important, good.anchorage at this point. :These key onions, cheese_ Urd codfish &c.
about half ,
were speculations, that probably notliing but tne'want of the: | are laid down \in' Vignoles' map in lat 25 Sec. .

chidly of American Cottons. We find the following in>> a Charleston requisite topographical:! information has f 30. This map'tnougn exact in the delineation to the Master. .

'1 here ib also a' fair inquiry this Sr Cr Paper, a.iii copy it for the intbruu- prevented the wjirlc from having been of the coast is very defective in eve Schr. Phillippa, BalderasNe-. .

niorning.'* Ii in of tue brother ui the murdered man,* already undertaken, by some tit the enterprising ry other particular,.as there exivtedatthe Orleans,. Cargo 180 kegs Tar, 8

who is mentioned in the letter, as rending !: capitalists of our country. An time it was drawn but little accurate knowledge bags rice and 2 boxes merchandise '"* :,

= in Pensacola. undertaking however, of sach national l of the geography of the interior.- order.

; ":)ru/tf of tt'tat Florida, .I1.U$. 22, 1825. importance, would. more properly devolve Hence the course of the Amasura, as laid to 'J )._
IP
&(fJ( l1 8 h i>K.vu bin-I write lucae line* upon the general government, andas down in this map is wholly erroneous. CLEARED. ; ., ;

to because 1 am nut the constitutional questum respecting The course of this river from its source to Oct. 15.-Schr.,Amelia, Roicb.. '.

you acquainted the right of Congress to engage in public the sea. is ger.rally west by north, though St. Mark's. .- .. '

\J"UltD \Y, OCTOUKU 22, 1825._. ... with any person clsy. i wgtit works ot tluVnati Could not be raisedin I laid down in an opposite direction on the Schr. Bachelor, Salas, N W". t

YOU to have published in the the case oi'a 'territory, subject to its map ; and its length by ,the winding of bricks. .,
Femab Car 4000
Orleans
Education'c have for o .
some Stale Gazette. There was a man control ; it may well be wondered ttfut it the stream, may be estimated, at about ,
'
tilUt past iutendrd.to draw the attention The.Indiani who Sloop Com Porter, Basscttf !
of our I came to ny n6use ravclliog and had not preferred a brilliant enterprise ninety miles. frequently ,
readers this interest
to
and ng. subject. stam all and like this as its first essay, to. the comparatively navigate it in canoes, represent that Key West. ',.' ..
ly lay before t'icm tiigtit, went on tOt
some informationjJeciin from its source to the sea in .
descend
I .inferior object of improving the they :SAILED.. .
111r-, established the LAFATETTE "'E..uc.1"';. I' next raurniiig about four ..uiles, navigationoFthe jjiuo and isPP .-:- a day and a half two, day:*; but,,as t ygencrallf Oct....IffU, S;.Tr.o port 5 br ,
in' Lexington, Kentucky, when he "a* met by two men woo The proud monument.of gloryrrared by bun b)" the .wajrna >sccurate. '
and : Florida Bake.r'Tampa Bay and StMark's. -
we take this 1
this
to .
p1 .!li opportunity accom- attempted to rob him ; he drew New York in the construction of her.Erie calculations can .founded. ,..upon, -
tlut design. We will not suppose i Canal would be :* [work st .teme' t. The Ocklawaha wmcn emp- 1
and
that the education his dirk, killecfljie uf the men j surpassed oy >>
object requires any : which would in a manner bring the mouth ties into the 'St; John opposite .Mount -__ ------
rernukl to impress: ,its. htiport iiice on the : on the spot, and wounded the other of the :into the ,Atlantic, Tucker, 100 miles above the mouth oldie \ -" I :

*ll jwdsol'our. I :llow.c tizens, but we regret I before they tilled him.-:He and alsqjbnn Miu'ssippi a link I 'in the chain; ofcourmunicatioiu Utter stream, is also navigable to its 1 Deerskins and Beeswax.:. .f

$ t it is too evident that they need had_ one hunured, dollars with ,him. about 'to be opened. throughthe source, a distance of about uxty miles ; market price will be gir-" ;
onitthlng to excite their energy in this Pacific I depth of from 4 to 6 feet.water TllEhigheSt, ,for DterskhuandTBees. '. t,
He never told me his name and Isthmus of Pahama to the and having a ,
J'tlpecl ; too great an apathy exuts with seasons.: Itotb'of the** streams: waxby -. t
the u jwould be all
East Indies. (Greatthen at -
I't gvd to the of the there WMJ10 name in Ins pocket be worked a .1
prospects risingc U be required to '
ter-w lohnJerllSon
? canal comider.ed jr. '
neralion the advantages of such:t ,: -. how: ,
and ve hope that parents will book. He told me that he was ofthe logs'and >trees 1" .1 .
.merely as a IPFculaUola"lnV1ung tojthe upontoclear.tuem: October22d,1825. _
.
petdily awaken to a due sense of their wen acquainted witb you, and 1 capitalist its ip a political with which they are much oqted.- ;:
importance '
*"
to tlleir children. Uy the followingk ant to let it be known view be mill If in connection! with::this line: of navigation ; ; "
It will be you ,.about: and national point: of may : : : :
: Amelia e.i8 Giveo
"!'Ported seen<< that Voung Ladies can be Columbia, that his friend more, highly estimated.., The. opening of ;the Narrows'in the reaf.of Hereby' ..';,
and obtain a gxiod education, muy tillS I'OUle. will bring t !e Western and IriancL were widened ** we\ are informed' 4 WHAT'at. the:'ne*. terj &-of Ufec:' oai ,
if.CiM wilt rend thcai useful cHrmben., come andgct'hi; opcrt'll te SgntbeVeasitydonean inland passage 4 theaccounts -'
: Atbxnuc ttcj,, now separated by'mount < the_County'i at J'iaiprfieai :
.i&t*a >') ln healthy, pleasant place, it.. ,lIe had one hundred ,d U.n.'and tains and seu, into closer :wid.almquim .would_'thus be opened-. from! the flaoutn.iaw \ and vouchers and.; sake .a'finalWttlement ;;- '
; "try trifling aduiuon to the sorrel )lth'e i tt4m t&ra 'alont 'coufOf of the Ette ofD9flgq3a.? '! .
l6C expense a light : mar, with, one mediate contact t\\ViI repd inter Of :: I
c their ,from
by
tip 10 idleueu_ and parcllt.ain bringing Ibem I eye and a reached mane.. _I Will course more'.afc un&&ri& bptu-',io; time the: Soutli entlcme4fiverit6 Atl tio Staiesi;knd fce also Sowaner Las, 1acofoCek40eds' ,. "_ "
diuipatioll, such ** : of and-wir gmilir'segment'theirccuiity be.Ju\ ..Bg
I ,
peace .il ... ; .
deicription- ; ?
rqent their give a him ; : which Ikirt thcqmstbetsen
you
.
,being ; fthesXcp ; I
,
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.. any thing more jmd.4 saoT defeace; aad *d4 .by mr it ,' 4diakaag
",fl'namen; to $4t off ther' hus: hit hair and r'cl.were blacks and \ .1be twa&mi1&: caM. ;' ; I
Ia&cd another to tiie attfous baaarof uiuon, .J- I .4-)0'
plHOW'l, witbpit cxcitiug :tho at: ne was about .5' feet, high.- lH v2iiC1 so hSilrbiaa* thc oQnfeUrac7 tten la Uw direction. proposed.' would oet,. I'CDa. : wl., W2f.182. t" .1 t:: _

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4 -r. .,4Ne'W''E t. \ i mt.nt., Patent ana.tmrcoits! ,* 'PensawfaBtiok Store; <1iOST. .f. ., ,. '.. .. <..'.... ,,....' :: 'u "x itt. "'
< -, t'" 0 Cofie mills; frying pins, gun locks, : : : ': ""... (B' lll j'e '

T ,Gun:ab4 rifle flints, plough! linesSadirons ,',-. '.,...\ "' ,PRfJPOSJJ.l.S'. S "'". j. :l I
: r'-'JI
: < The Subscriber iavs ,weeding hoe trice. chains. TUSf received"perBriff"' S t.'Clair;
just received, per'Msrj Wuhing- ;. Cotton Jwjresievia, rcct from New-York, and for sale as )
II from Philadelphia, and 'is now I ronwcightsln; setts,tin scales & measures above -additional assortment of Book, THE LIFE OF -THE < n1

1 opening a general and well selected astortmcnt in setts among which are the folding 1\STN ia." 1B t
i Tin and funnels assorted To be Drawn 9
of scoops i NEW WORKS. in the Citythe
Common and rivetted tin cups.Coflee I WlTD A PBTBAlT. :JT_ 1)UAD.V : eJ NetItIrtri .
.. ( \ \ I); pots,sauce pans, pudding Pins* R'othelan, a,Itornance of the English His- : th'e 1''''"'_ 4th (/January:1 25 -

r Wash basins, blue printed,painted and tones, In youth,1 saw rugged road And finished inftveoJinutet.
suited to the and ensuing seasons:
present colored Letters on Greece, an 1823 My feet were doomed to tread ;
of cream plates, Stanhope's jy****** 1*** 1****
4 consisting do do do do twifflen, and 1824 with Documents OIithe,Greek And san e,1 took misfortune's lead, L_-
blue blackanddrab 45 NuMBias
Fine. and superfine da do do do dishes ass'td, Revolution and the life of Mustapha And bared to Heaven my bead. -6BiuoTSTo* i.D141r *
JT,
cloths -
&40 : ------__ .
do do do do teas -
Ali
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do. do. do. and mixed cassimeref, ,
I and low priced sattinetts, do do do chambers, Buchanan's Sketches of the North American '1"0the 1Atic. Each TicfctAar%3 Num er,i. vw-- .4
Sup. do do do do ewers & basins, Indians, with a plan for their melioration Tartan and'Caroline plaids, of friends and
: do do I frequent requests J. B. Yates
do do pitchers ; THE &A.
: made oaks ,
: Men's ready plaid c S anxiety expressed by the public M'Intyre'
do do do do bowls, Theodoric a Tale, and other Poems by ,
baise and flannels
Green become better JJ1an"g
: tumblers g neraHYt.o acquaintedwith r'.
Uprightand heavy, pint Tliontam Campbell,
.: White, yellow and red do. the history 'o.f the f. Jlwton Bard," 1 onm
: Plain and-ur4 black bombuettf, ALSO The Cook's Oracle, containing Receiptsfor has him --
kt length, induced to attemptthe -
I4 Figured blue and pearl do Cogniac brandy, Holland gin, Plain Cookery&c. &c. 8tc. the publication of his life, together witha sc wmm

4. Denmark satin, bangup cord, Madeira: Teneriffe and Lisbon wine, Biography of the British Stage;being numberof his poems, which are neces-
Rose and point blankets, teas Lives'of the principal Actors and Actresses OF THE NEJVORE
Imperial and young hyson sarily attached to the narrative. Misconception .sTA7'

Twilled negro cloths, rugs, Loaf sugar, Jamaica coffee, of character, unmerited censure, Lite-ratu-re, Lottetv
imitation cashmere shawls The history>f Matthew aid, by the
: Real and and mustard
Pepper, pimento loss of health, and the great uncertaintyof ,
%j ":Drab! and colored Waterloo Shawls, Shot assorted, bar lead, author of Valerius &c. life at any time, hav each had a due CLASH 3, for 1826,
White do. do. points, Gunpowder in kegs and canisters, Halla. I's View of Europe, during theSIiddlc influence in hastening his determination. 1 Prize of 8lOOKXMs

t ,- Imitation .merino do. Cut nails assorted, copperas, Ages, And, if varitfy' the very tpice of life," 1 do 50,000.... SloOJxo
. ; do. and colored Cotton shawls, Sperm candles, yellow so-p, segars, The Spanish Daughter, the readers of this work will' find their 1 do 20,0U(,- 50,000.20'000

:: Valencia and tollmen% vesting, German pipes, chewing tobacco, snuff The Human Heart, mental repast sufficiently ,teaaoiud ; to S 1 do 1U,50U._. :

I Swansduwn and Marseilles Flour in bhls, crackers in kegs, Tfte Highlanders, a Tale, please even the of ali 2 do 5,000_' 10SOO

\.?. English:and imit >tion black silk do. Rye whiskey and gin in bbls. Scenes i in Kuropc, A'cexies Amenca. f The sorrows and palate misfortunes epicure himself I 4 do 2,500 10 10'fY(XX)

Ready made vests and shirts,; Porter, ale and cider in boxes, The UUnk Hook ofa small Colleger, and those of his father's house, in I S 10 do i ,2,000- >>
and buckrams Living lays, nth, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8tb, 9th began 20,000:
Paddings 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 window glass, the childhood of the author; these calamities 39 5 do 1,000_

I : Domestic and 44 plaids and stripes, Swedes iron, German steel, and 10th volumes, and griefs, theretore, are not ot late 78 do 500 39,000:))9OCO
I 4 do. do. checks and tickings, Castings assorted, plough moulds TOGETHER WITH 468 do 100
there have
begetting; must been a cause _
4 do. denims and co'toiiades, Cotton bagging,bale rope and twine. Haley's Works complete, in 5 vols.Rollins I foreign to himself; that cause shall be 4,446 do 5(1-( 46,80(1((

; ,l do. J brown and bleached shirtings, Alt of which will be sold, wholesale or Ancient History, 8 vols.i madeknown -with a due regard to the I ,30f.)

' : 4-4 steam loom and S Island do. retail, at the lowest market prices, for i I Plutarch's Lives, 8 vols. I feelings of the livingExcept mother -.' 5,051 Prizes, .--

: Domestic brown & bleached sheetings, cash, cotton, or approved paper. Josephus's Works, 6 vols. sister and brothers, 1 stand indebtedto my 9,139 Blanks; JO a 557,t.M.WIA

: Ginghams and imitation searsuckers, John Jerrisonjr. Hamilton on 1'etrgatives, no living relative for any favor wliate Leas than 2 Blanks to a Prize !
robes assorted
Bordered gingham Pensacola, Oct. 1st, 1825. Armstrong tin Typhus Fever, ver. If the clouds which veiled the morning Prizes Payable in the
Fancy,and furniture: prints, newest style Miner and, Ttiltyan Fevers, sun of life, have been: broken and dispersed forty days after the drawing Cltyof\cw.Yorr.; but thecaS
and patterns, Orfi'- '. Practical Chemistry, by Coxe, be had
if
; under a self-given appellation, may immediately; subject tkJ
:Bear ducks Osnabtirgs,brown Holland, to
Powel Contracts,
1 have merited usual deduction t.f15
Plattillas, ... Fresh ( Morse's Mew; Gazetteer, any encomiums for my poetical per cent.Whole .
!? ioo4s.L productions; and if those productions S annJO(::/Wflji- _
linens assorted in -
: j, 7-8 and 4-+ Irish Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket, have -
a tendency to instruct, .
r amuse;
- whole and halt'pieces, ECEIVk.1) by the Milton's Works, 2 'ols. gilt, or enlighten the understanding, the kind' r-rice' : : 'I ic.k8..
tv Inch and Russia! diapers, large and general assortment of Thompson Seasons, 1 vol. gilt, : 5J
nest ot kindred has not in any manner, nor :-: ;:: & \\ Quarter: : ftt9 .
Lawns and linen catnbricks Beauties of Shakespeare, do.Campbell's at time been Half- : 25 |If| Eighth 2
of
these M
any
and other colored' do. productive ej; : :: 6 2S
: Pink GOODS Poems do.Hervey's This is
the
vents. If I have been an hungered, the: most magnificent Schema
Cambrick and jackonet muslins
,
Meditations do. that has
biead of the has ever beei. offered for the
ttranger strengthened
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; Swiss and tr.ull do. Pilg )ms" Progress, do.l'ope's of the friends patron
'' and book do. suited to the season. me ; if weary, on his couch have 1 repos age Lottery adventure in
:. Plain figured cambr.ck dimities 3, :3 1-2 and 4 1-2 point blankets' Works, 2 vols.) do. ed, umbered and refreshed ; to the America. I he small number of Tickit
Pattinetts, Uuflield And blankets Lights Shadows( ol Scottish Life, do. therefore indebted I and the unexampled demand for
t-d ruffles and coll are Its, Whitney stranger am and J 1 them, i is
, : .Fig": insertion 7-4 to 1 4-4 double rose do. Flannels, 4LS ). lender him that which I uwe no one, else, a sufficient warrant. that there will--. .nl\t... i..
Swiss trimmings, .IIQ
Border points white and colored cravats, white & blue plains, flushings, kerseys, The Sorrows of Werter, Vocal Standard, gratitude. The heat of the day has been a chance left, for weeks: before the; da?

', Handkerchiefs sattinetts, assorted qualities, Life Franklin, Paul and Virginia, borne alone, havin. ahtavs been as unwilling fixed for tne drawing ; and that the pric
I Madaiss a variety,
t do. ami colored flags, sup.and common cloths and cassimeres, William Tell, GuU \'cr'i Travels, &c &c. to.ask assistahce where a refusalwas of Tickets will shortly rise to $60.Jj .
; Berkley
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r? Gauze and cashmere hd'kfs. brown &. bleached shirtings& sheetings WHICH, certain, as I am now solicitous of exclusively ( Gentlemen are therefore rciiuestei

a.d Merino, do. superfine do. together with the stock heretofore on enjoying that credit for my p-- to bt earlY in their application ; as ail Or.

c Black Barege Lavenline, do. plaids, stripes, indigo and furniture hand, composes a very extensive and gee ems which candid men ma) think properto ders actually mailed before the rise, will

Bandanna and flag do. checks, various qualities, neral assortment of books, and will be b'estow. be entitled to be supplied at the present
,k'e sold the New-York for cash. rates.
A handsome Assortment at prices 5'
Fancy China d >. do. Boston Bard.
Merchants and VNoies of the Bank of the
Country public or private
Wuite and colored satins Irish linens and United
lawns linen checks
Mount PleaanttA" Y March 1825. States and its
Libraries;furnished on the most liberal brandies and,
"\ :Figured black' de Naples, 4-4,5-4 and 6-4 cambrics generally
gros tenns, and such books as are ordered and The work will contain about two hundred the Notes ui alt JJankj that
' >v Black levanline, black cotton velvet, 7-8 and 6-4 jacconets, pay sptce'received
are not on hand, will be procured with as pages, duodecimo, printed on fine at par. .
: BlacK senshawN and sarcenelts, Sup. cambric prints, new style, little detas possible. Orders from a paper, with a fair and neat type and offer- Also, Mercantile Drafts at sight,
*. do. and colored Mandarme second & do furniture onwy
crapes common prints I, distance ed subscribers at one dollar cash ot the Cities
' will be as promptly attended to ; on large and Pnze Tickeu .
,
(10. do. Canton do. bleached and brown Hussia received
; sheeting I, delivery."There I .
and meet with the freciy in
0 same liberality as a payment.
do. do. Italian do.Women's hessinns
ticklenburgs, personal: application.V. will not be a greater number ofcopies Alt Letters to be po t.paid.
black' ahd white silk hose, Ladies white cotton hose, I
printed than what are subscribed Tut Mails be
; tZ do. do. and colored worsted do. white, black, slate and lead worsted do.R flasell Hunt. may" relied on as beinperiectly *-
kate tor
all I
', i do. and misses' white cotton do. white and grey lamb wool and worsted I April 12th, 1825. tor.tfjF rem.UaI1Cts.Yate .
:: Subscription be
I papers may re & .l.\l'
Mis: ailk and VlgQnta do. half hose, S 1ntyre,

'*'. Min". w >rated and do ha'f do. elegant figured silk for dresses, Luntoiiment Brooke, Florida, { turned Post Master by mail at Mount, in an Pleasant envelope, N., Y.to andit the IV.4.SHlNG7'ON Car

: s- do. I laci and white silk do. do. Barrege robes, gingham and cambric do September lit, 1825. 5 is desirable that the list of the patrons 32-lOt.

'3' do. waite cotton do. assorted, and a large assortment of other tanC> and I WILLreceive' proposals till the 20th should be forwarded us soon as possible.Post .

Children'. worsted boots. staple articles : Deceijiber ensuing, to furnish the Masters and others who obtain and of Letters remaining in.
Cotton and silk suspenders 15 men's lined of lie United that LIST
packaged and bound troops States' Army, become responsible for eight subscribers Post
: : .Men's and women's white silk gloves, shoes, arc <>rma\ be stationed at Cantonment shall receive Office Pensacola. *
one gratis.
do. do. hoskin do. thick S llrookc.yith fi,1i beef from Is' .1m. in30th day of September
sewed and the
I pegged do & brogans, day ci::: Subscriptions received at this Of ,
', I do. beaver and dogskin, do. womei/s,girl'band boy's I leather shoes of January\ 1826, to include the 31st day fice. 1825, watch, if not taken uut withI

Women's white and colored kid do. and fine brogans, of DtctMiibcr, 1826. in three months will be forwarded

1 Figured tuille and thread laces, 3 cases" Ur \ntcrs" extra beaver hats, The beef will be required to be delivered to the General: Post Office

Cotton lace., and fringe, made to order. to Ithe troops i>v0 days in each J\\el\ic.a\ CollegeOF as dead
Letters.A. .
White and black tapes No. 25, wool hats, hoy's castor do. week (thtj days to be designated) in such

4 Black and colored silk galoons, ALSO quantity as shad be requisite for their rations .-Sau.uel T. Anderson 2,

Ed ed *tin and belt ribbons, 200: ps. Dundee &. Kentucky bagging, on each day. SOUTH CAROLINA. Margaret AUnE. H. Alexander.B .

:Fancy figured and stamped do. in setts, 1UJ coils bale rope, baling twine, And 1 '(deem it necessary to apprise Albert J, K. Baker
t Lectures of ,
this Henry
Black velvet mauUu do. SO barrels whiskey, 50 bags coffee, those who;may choose to offer to contract THE Institution will be
.,,1 do and colored gimps and cords 8 barrels loaf and lump sugar, for the: sup'pl tlut the beet will be re on the second Monday of M Brackt-nndge 4, John H. Bryan

Black Ostrich feathers, artificial. flowers, 30 baskets sweet oil, | quired to be of the best which the marketcan November next, as follows : ,Abs,;(Onl Broeiand, James

S Fanc> neck laces and buck'*, 25 boxes 8 X 10-9 X 11-10 X 12 Aftoidj and particular attention must On Anatomy My John Edwards Hof- Origin, James: O. Baxter, Israel

'; '. Flossiiud sewing cotton assorted, window glass, be had to tin- butc.irrm.; thereof, as a ri brook, M. O Baxter, Airs. Bolt, George: M.,

Pa.tt"l1ami nun's thread, do. 3 tons casungs, 2 tons swedes iron, inspection of it will always be made Surgery-James Ramsay, M. D.Jtuttitntei Broke .
*z Blue'Italian srrwingsilk, German and
' / Plain and lined: parasols! 50 kegs cut nails, their prup )bal III writing, sealed and directed Henry Dickson, M. D. -- : Cotton, William

,: Sensual aad sirce-iet umbrellas, Madeira, Tenerifle and Malaga winesin to |tne at this place, stating the Malerifi.dica-Henry R. Frost, M. Collins,. William Cross, Joseph

Iy. ,' Letter, cai). and wrapping paper, quarter.casks, rate per pound,in a single bid, for which D Ciilloyvay, James Coloiq, Isaac:
Bonnet boards, spelling books, superior old cog.iuc brandy, tney will ''furnish) ,, and they shall be informed Obitetricf and Disease of Wo.aen and In- Ctarke 5.Ikrancis.

I Inkpowdtr, quills and pencils, a few boxes olu St. Julien claret, and a of ilie acceptance of their proposals fants Thomas G. Prioleau, M. D. .
i M<" ,'*: liiattrand castor nata, Chemistry and Pharmacv Edmund L.. Dade '4, William
general assortment of groceries, for sale either; by letter from me or on per- Ra-
14 1 do. ttor*: and Wool do. by soiai application to me, at Cantonment vend, M I). Dawson, Si*ml. J. De Camp'3.

,. Boy' .Morocco ana wool do.Women's 1 SLorie&Nisbet.Oct. Brooke, on the da) above mentioned. Natural History and Botany.-Stephen E.-Atired \V. Ehves, Jonathan*
"' .
: straw bonnet's and do. Elliott, L. L. D.
.1st 1825. # John Page Lt. B Ellis 2, Capt. R. Ea ler.F. .
j. :Men'* fin morocco and calf boots, S. Henry Dickson
I do. rtatleLe.nd Monroe do. 1 Jltft. Com. Subtiiteiice. :u. D. .-C A. Finlay 2, ilojaminFoster

. do. fine calf shoes ami NOTE Dean of the Faculty 2 Thomas E. C.
pump* -jNo-prcposals will be received Fleming:,
24-29-10t
do. thick brogfcns and shoes XO'r\\. after the 19th December, the day previous August Ferguson. .

Women's morocco boot and shoes, To to-the hue limited.
intruding settlers and others G.-William Grune 2, Thomas
do. do. heeled slips and ties, : .
28. t20d :
g C\l\FOLa.
.,i- 1 do. black Valencia Heeled ties, who commit waste on t/ie/iutitic --- Grubbs.H S I
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ii do colored silk do. do. and sprigs, lands. ST ll"N.\l\'i. Pursuant to an order ofthe Honorable .-Selina P. Hall Edward L.

iiii Children's; morocco boots and sues, S \ Harris, Nathaniel H ayden Joseph.
do. leather do. do.COaiJ'SC' lawless who ON County Court of Jackson, ,
r THOSE persons are guilty HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE
Nathaniel Hutson John-
negio .hJel in cases,. on lands ofthe United Pensacola Bookstore WILL BE SOLD Henley, ,
tT14W Fine, and low priced saddles, States, and committing waste on public Huff, Jonathan Hagan Levi Harris

4tfUM Eve and pluUi side do. timberrare hereby notified, that measures Jin Jltsortrnent. of stationary consisting f To the..nigllest Bidden ., James Ha-auiltouJohn, Harvey
1iw Collars and wagon whips, have been taken for a rigid enforcement of / \UILLS, supeiior quality, James Harm.
4'MR4'; V Saddlebags and martingales the laws ofthe United States in such cases >LJ Letterj Folio and Cap paper, ON the first Wednesday after thtt.'iird
; J James Johnson Jon
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Wafers John e.
.rli1t Curb and snaffle bridles, some superior made and provided, they ,are hereby Sealing Wax Monday in Octrher next, at the -
or-
very
jn1pc': dercd to desist from such offences forth Peg, Cork, (Glass and Pocket Inkstand, town Chipnla, the weat of Justice for K.-,Lawrence Kearney Barney

T1i Tortoise; tucking and side combs, with, otherwise they will be prosecuted Red Ink homier, said County, apart of the lots of said Kelly

EP Mock do. do. 'do. to the utmost rigor of the law. Japanned Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes, Town. L.-Alexander Lawrimore, Capt.

Stamped and ivory pocket do. Given under mv hand, at the city of Hed Tape, Indian Rubber,. f Term of Sale-Ten per cent. in advance Wm Lear Thomas John

LIt. Fine and sup. ivor) and dressing do. Washington, the 24th day of March 1825 Lead and Slate Pencils, Crayons, the balance in six and twelve Lanier.i Long,
Camel's Hair:
1 5 and bone do. months.
Horn suspender buttons, Geo. Graham -
Button moulds, pearl do. Pe;.cil Cases; Titles will be made the 1\1.-\Vm. Mc'Nealy 2, Charles.
on
Commwt'oneof the of
General receipt
Lund Indtlibli, Ink1
.. Gilt coat andvest do. H-tli 1 Office. Bonnet Drawing Paper- fc the last payment.The Mifflin 2, Sween McSween, Wm.McLeod .
,
Boards
: i Fine and sup. needles and pins, t town of C'hipola is situated on the Robert ..llcDowelJVm..
; ; ALSO
Iron and steel knitting do. Clothes J.I1d1fair Brushes western bank of the river of the same Matheson. .

I Silver and and Tailor's Thimbles, Common Scissors: Razors,, name, at the head of navigation, 'and ad S P..-John Page 4, Kemp Plum-
r common
Fancy seissors, : rich
1826. Superior Windsor Soap and joining to and fertile lands; on -a mer Alex'r. B. Pinkham John
H 142 Fine and sup, pen and pocket knives, Common Watch handsome eminence, commanding view I ,
' 'T do do dirk and jack do Keys. a Home Purvn- 2 Herey Porter,
.' i' \' of the cpuntry round it, and the ,
14 do do, razors in cases, > Hasell Hunt health and good water is not surpassed prospectof William Pinkney Collector Key-

.' '. N Fine Pomeroy's, do.razor: strip hones aud, rparoles paste, Tu8t Received and for Sale !,I Pentacola, tSlli,I ICluek Oct. 1825. by any section. 'of'the Territory. I. West, Capt. P ter'Pelham 6. .

.: JIOS. H. Hull -DaD.'L' 2c'Co. 3 Peter
::4 Table:knives and forks livtorted, AT Roy ,
THE
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; Common and ster) spectacles'in cases, 1 Waten-Mak r. '& :.ep. Clk. C. C. Rogers, Stephen Reynders, James

.j Shaisigboies and brushes, Pensacole Book More, TIlE J JacksOn County. Robert 3.
, Transparent and fancy shaving SUBSCRIBER The Edit the.Florida; Intelligencer '
Jessee
soap, S.
-James AV. Shine
I Paste blacking and brushes m'I' "! l' } j re-commenced business at his old .will give:.the bove .an insertion once a ,
IIMLouisiana HAS .
.
Stroud Thomas Smith .
i ; Shbc kitives, pincers, and hammers, and on Palafoz street, where he month until the day of sale, and forward 2, Capt.

do tacks, awl blades and hafts, & Mississippi will attend strictly taall 'business in his their account to the Clerk's Office' in John, Smith, ,J. Smith, Surgeon

Snuff boes, glass' beads, line. He is grateful for the former. pa Jackson_ County, Florida., Cantonment Brooke, Capt. .R. ,M.

' f Tea .trays,taole mats,. hooks and eyes, Almanac for 1826. tronage of the Public and begs a continuance 21-"lamts.. Sands.. -

I 'i1 Curtain rings, Bnttania ,table and tea 'favors,\u he Isdetermined that no T.- -.Abraham. Toms, CaptalARichard

I ..-.JPOODJ, Price-per groc RIO' pains shall be spared in future ;o please NOTICE Tice.W : .
I Tutania, do. do. do. those who favor him S
dozen mayj with their cus- .
I ,iron table do. ,. 1 torn. He .--William,ri. WhiteP t r
Tinned I II ingle one has.on hand an assortment of hereby givenThat'a't the next term '
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pihbopk.s and'lines, tooth brushes, I Country :'merchants are requested.121 to i Jewelry. !' .JJ > of the Hon. the County.C urt, I wilt WaUenr >,Peggy;, Weaiherl Wm.

Bonnet wire, stoca pad.&,trunk Jocks, : forward their orders without delay, as but'f 'John White. .present,the accounts and,vouchersand '.While,' Mary JaneVpo4folMhaM

I Patent and brass,liquor cocks,, .small quantity.will be kept on .hand, Pensacola,.Aug."26th. ,_1 5-26-: tf.-, make Giles sling settlement of;the .estate of Wright j Berr Whitton, 13a-

Vhipbcros&cuti hand and mill .Y sonic delay in 5llingorders will. occur if S Newton,late of.Pensacola_' ," :deceas 'fid' WHlwms Machy M Wilson*
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