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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: November 12, 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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'Prt li !itr tfthr Law of the United Stain. of on, I a J jn those akv: Greatceedslo .. MIn purjaancij of.th instruct Jons,the :Nanlet. tw certain reasons, best known _

and 9fthe Terfltorp.f Florida. Wafilr ad Holland.-In the number Britain.i ipn1annd'Ujices} : Uiat she shall negotiation::with,1 heDutch, Government 1 to themjejres,,.ther people of Naples: '

Srsicmirrio-Year: 'g5 of:the North American-Review brc lei re )risaU ifindemnity not'promptlyhad .was'revivevl by MrEvgreft,. in, a letter v chocse..to perform their public acts;'by a

.. Half year 3. tor the present,quarter, we figd the .;: indndemni jty.'stipuUted. A; aHdrewdto, Uaron de Net&ll, bcirin: g heretlif ar>-k\ngf. and'web van elective'
Quarter 1 50" merica Differing in the' b datrFebniary.33(1/1819. _Congrejw. It!is the nation, in both
year subject, of Claims*cu.ed some*" same way the In thw.letter,- that is eases*
Single paper twelve and an half cents. same:acts- must not ,threaten reprisals, rt e,principles\ ot. which the claim was responl11 !e. The U. States would
in advance. what at I length, and with! $ : the usial l f fear will take founded look but meanly 'in the' of .
Subscriptions! payable v Spain us ,at bur word, reusseimore_ thoroughly: J o eyes Rumpe -:
ADyzRTiS1flIvery advertisement 'ability of! that highly rf ape cubic and turn loose all the adventurers of Eu. I thanthjey'hsd.fe been..After relating !were they'torefute lofperform obUgatio -

.the width of one column and measuring w ork. We arc glad to tec the attention !'OFin' :he shape ofprivateere; bnc our the case, of the Baltimore and the .Raccbvis I I "s fun -justice,, either tn ;repair!

not more than twelve lines of this type, of the public; called to thelIubjPct cotnmene.' Marshal Davoust makes:private .- 'and abiding that o'thr St.. Michael, WI'O' c pi1 dii ugh .on the ground that their

first insertion one doflateatbweekVy! continuance in plunder of the bank. of :Hamburg as being also a',case of peculiar severity i I executive or 1 Ie<.Jative s*rvant4, hud ct-

fifty cents; longer arid 'wider so pointed a manner! during tl e:military oc'Upation.ofthat cij-! ,M!.i Evetett,appeals to thenthoritie I. ,of" j i ed foolishly .or wicke lly. All! ,Buropc ,

ones at the same rate.. Hule and figure through the medium ofihis journal ty then'i nan ofthi .French erapire.The' .. Grotius and p ffe dorfin,4pportof the I I'J, would,say,"you bVe solemnly piofesed. '
before
work, double price for the first insertion. and ou principal object herein free city of Hamburg is a.>wise'-city; position, that 'nation; is, bound 'by the:t t. : the.:iworji!, ta actin: your national :

Advertisements will be tastefully display. ii, connexion with two or three her ienae have formally joined the. Holy acts of its .s 5vretgnwhenthrd party rulers capacity J by the agency. of you chosen

ed, according to the nature of them, and e extracts tu recommend-, the Alliance ; and the plundered treasures.of I I isconcerned even though th't sovereignas I and ; you. choose, these knave*nr frofe,

will be measured by matter of this sized careth e bank which.probably never travelled ,a usurper. may be dethroned by the I you- mut acquit their obligaton*.
ful l of In like
type. When inserted at intervals, (that perusal the whole article, to .be yond tic: Prince;'EckmuhVi private II ,lawful m narcb.. planner we say to. Naples.* \Vott

is, not inserted every week, from the first all who are concerned in our n&tional purse, must bV refunded by Louis the i iEilthteetrtb. 4Here we beg1 leave to'state a consideration have ,preferred a monarchical govern .

to the last insertion) each insertion will honor, and who would know The king of Naples(Murat) growing out of the nature of mon 1De '-t-; you b:>itt. of i its advantages, you
it is
be charged its a new advertsement.-; the relations in which; we stand .invites our ships to nil capital" confiscates : archical institutions, strongly in favor of: say concent. Ueaai energetic ; vou

Amounts for advertising payable always to foreign Governments on the them, retains the.vesseUmi, public,service I the validity of our.claims, in opposition to pot'to your o.vn history: and to other
,
tn
history showjts beneficisj
en demand dkhen our merchants ask indemnity -: the standing:argument, that the 'confiscatioiji effects. You

a Liberal contracts wtll be made with score of the claims, for illegal spo- the present.King of Naples, at the .were made,6y usarpera, Yi*..that the must take tt/or better,and for worse e

those who wish to advertise by the.year. li i at ion*, which we hold againat very moment when these vessels''are still : kingly office, not being ail elective one, fan Conquest :aiid imlitarypower.<<:>> .are., of old '-

\* All communications to the Editor t hern. We believe with the revitwir in his own possession, and bearing the' nor conferred by any specific act of popu : lii-r andiruild titles. to any crown.

will be attendedto flag of thr two flicilies, tells .them that lar consent there Foreigner cannot discriminate. You e*
must be pot paid, or they that it i ia time a more 'effi ; no test of'the tenure! I lid none"of

or not, as suits Uis convenience cient i course was for demanding Murat was a usurper, that the confiscation I but incumbency on the part of the 'king.., your kings' Murat.. king
adopted by-thesaine title
.- Was an act.. of.his! personal j injustice,*and: and acquiesence on the. nart of th.. n.n' ; that Akispder.rigiu.
.... : at w.I>rAustr..J1'thlftC1a and Mil a
.
NOTICE.h J h a just remuneration, and ,went to--"t'Dtttl'tbe..ft1eaP- J&,.pir-vn, u Vrc mt majestyofthe Net her-
\ *t least Ib..lJIIe.AhalJptttl' m-n-- 1Uid111at the Legitimate King ofNaples lands would doubtless be wronged, if the an ; Prussia at Colognej: the king ofSar-

A I.L persona..ha-ving- nv.J..>.ndlt .- aimilar footing with other nations I knows nothing of the deed. Now it does legitimacy of iiI a title were questioned. din ia Genoa ; the,English in alf India.
.**. gainst the estate of Domingo Kecio And Is not the King of Sweden ble
: whose claims : appear tGtus, that national honor means yet what is that title \n'actofthe to COTV.
deceased, are hereby called upon to pre. contiacted under I tract for that nation ? And what
any thing! it is concerned to resist such a Congress of Viennaan assembly ot. Princes placed
them without delay, and all persons I the same circumstances as our I him on the throne And
sent contrast, is this, between the manner in to which inhabitants. of the Netherlands besides
indebted to said estate! are-requested to own, 'have been allowed. It is which ou claims and the less urgent ones were no parties, and by which though it does not alter the case, .Murat

make immediate payment to time to seek for something better of other tu are treated. We have accordingly Holland, ami Belgium, sorelv rgainstInc was,popular in Naples. There never was

Joseph E. ( aro, than subterfuges, and to snow that thought it our duty to call the I will of the latter, were.constituted a new a hand raised against him. The old Neapolitan

ddminiatritor.Pensacola attention (;jf the public,in this way, to the'IloIbject sovereignty. The erection of Holland: irv nobility. graced his court ;and the
we are not to take casuistry ar h-stothn; no friend to revolutionary; '
8t a id we propone briefly to run over to a kingdom in 1805, when Louis mounted
33
October 15th 1825.
guru en!, nor he pretences of I legitimacy the hat of our..demands ;on the principal the throne, or the union of Holland kings: declares, that the kingdom ,waa

jWHCE. for reason and! ju tice. The continental powers, against whom our with. France. in 1810, was" not an act ,of befitted were during crush-.I his reign. The brigands .

writer in the Notth American Review jUfct right Ju> indemnity still it remain. tube 'more arbitrary power, than the erectionof public tuifdings erected ('
of order of the County the rums of the
virtue an the ancient cities-
enforced. kingdom of the N'
etIccttialy
thl'rJands.Ve
BY for the County of } K&eambia opens his subject with the do not wish to that the one of the great, attractions at Napes-.
The
r1cwer.tLlCfl proceeds to say
governmentof
hall proceed to sell at Public Auction for following remarks : his excavatedand the government administered
sash, on Thursday the 15lh of December 4. consider; the claims on Naples and present majesty ,is not more deeply with a vigor unknown to the feeble
in the
seated affections
the of
next, at 12 o'clock, on the premises world"In,,so long political as it contained system 9f the no modem I Holland} reserving to a future occasion than that"of Louis! ; aUhougb.t.ne.it is people not a, monarch* of the 1 legitimate line. Finally, '
half of Lot (with all the powerful other the Emperor of Austria did by
one State out of Kuropewar was the : those on cuuritru'He '.- week since we beard from one of the treaty

I buildings thereon) 1\0.241. con Third4udit.r, oy which long standing great l nhrl I into a minute ..:xaminaI highest oificersof Dutch service, himself 1'and guaranty thethrone; of Naples to Hurat.

.:;. i r: taming forty feet front on Spring. claims between nations were liquidated. : of (the Aegolialiun between a member of a princely' house, 'that England.solemnly But if consented to thearrangement.
hundred and I non
_toad, by one seenty the oftil these
As no power of importance could finally name of Louis u never mentioned to I
Mr. Pinkney uud the Government circumstances
had
*> feet in depth, belonging to the estote existed, Murat
this day but with was
remain neutral in
time of ,
a general hostility respect by his former
of Recio deceased.Joseph Naples: and developes the artifices nevertheless fc/ucfc icing, and it is the
Domingo ,there wa little opportunity for claims. { subjects. We say, then, that in the .absence fundamental

E. Garo, to be long prosecuted, and ultimately set : to i which the Neapolitan elective, institutions, tnere is no government that principle the nation of monarchical

Administrator tied, in the,way ot negotiation, and by the : court rejj-jried to cause delay, by I way in which die sovereignty can be ascertained sovereign alike for good and acts .by. its
I evil
I :
Pcnsacnla. October 15th, 1825-33-fit.Bnlbuus pa> merit of indemnities. And, whenever; throwing difficulties in the way, but by the acquiesence of the Quicq aid delirant reges plectuntur'

claims were long protracted, or late re and making various till people, and we appeal to facts,'as noto. Achivi. -

Flower Roots, vived, it, was not so rnucl i from the dilatory i pretences, rious as the light of:day that King Louis .WhaUn-fact can bemci'e '

mature neguiialiona, ,as from tea.wnfstte. Mit.FinKqe>,was. obliged ,tculeuve cainetothe'throne'witli greater consent that' fullIe"tnansuppose 1o
-\t\\t6'&e. wo'cUim
Li1M18Q ,
flreeu '
: One of the first important Naples on, his mission._to St. Pe- on the part of subjects, thaii .his present the private '. 'of., indemnity ::but, 9()
purse the/present
consequences ufilch resulted from the The whole majesty of the Netherlands and 'itlure.y kni';
teriburgb. trausac- '
wmQ 1P U! W e claim'it of.the nation. He' '
crJIm9 rise, on this hide of the Atlantic will not be waa it.a
of a power Lion, as U appears on the face of pretended for a mo true dethroned and banished;butanotheJIruled
nOPUIETOR of the Linzan !ul nution, able from its natural position I ment-the suggestion woulu be,injurious in. his and
; ?(. to"keep mt of the the documents, was highly discreditable that his place, that by the a q",1.
European vortex, ex- present majesty contracts
Garden, Flushing, near N. York' the escence of hi? people. The nation
offers to the public his great col.; poset)as a neutral to depredations from: iq Neapolitan government would not be binding on his successors, the S1me4Butitishardyoti remains .

v, lection Bulbous Flower Roots, the elligcrants, and yet not in the way an|; it is noped the subjectwill however they might come to the throne urge to
come
having all account wiped out by a war,, again soon be forward on the ground that the Congress of Vienna opon
consisting of 630 varieties of Tulips, 338 brought poor_Ferdi 1and, or even upon Nai*
of Hyacinths, and an immense variety of: at the the end ot each generation has been I ud pressed with that ear- was a body unknown. tue Dutch constitution plea, to refund the property thus poor; confiscated.
accumulation and that
of'claims
other species, the present being the proper majority of the of against the nestness which the justice aDd merits therlandj.noer, assented the nation of the Ne- FtrLtapinot! sohard, .as it nWy .
powers Europe with to its acts. This
season for removing them. Also, above s eem.Soule oftneveuels
which we have in various was come in: of me case demaud is an argument;which delicacy forbids to confiscated
800 species Green House Plants, were taken into the public service and
the and contact or collision. W.tli fr.alglanda1one, The claim on Holland is be stated to the Dutch government but in t'
comprising most splendid rare exam were the service of the restored kiiwat '
kinds. Catalogues may be obtained gratis the great liquidator war has closed our ined still !more in ,detail, and a his we apprehended" It to be of itself decisive. the time he disclaimed all participation.
accounts but almost of I
of W. Hasell Hunt, and orders through oil; }France, on all the otherpowers tory of,the proccediqgs in regard the qUeJLl u. in'tne plunder. :The,, rest, with their.cargoes
him or mail, will meet attention. Spain, Holland, Na- ,were sold,and
per prompt The Reviewer's ,went to furnish the
Denmark have to it is fduced bum the documents summaryofth e .
Orders for fruit(ar ornamental trees pJes we claims for a vast means* with which the Neapolitan '

and plants can also be forwarded Hie) amount of property wrested from our laid before Congress last L two cases, of Naples and Holland; lace received their favorite large popu of

October 15th tfInformation merchants, sometimes under illegal de winter. The claim sets the whole subject a' *
same I
way. was urged strong panemet rcenei ; with: wluch the treetaqu&r.i
crees, otter by diaect and open violence. the Dutch Government light and, in addition to the and ot Pompeii were uncovered
Till the late Florida upon by .
'V
allied.OM bad
treaty liquidated of' which it with h ch.a new and spacious ave.au.was .
our old Accounts with Span the claim Mr Eustis, in tne year 1816, but, points argument contains .

.- EUsman seven Baqe or eight of Lancaster years past,County Mr.1 that power was the most con/ideraole on_ after a sh jrttdiscussion, th. negotiation it brings before, (some curious ficient'poh opened e to was Naples maintained; wth ;which with which an ef

,Virginia sent his son John Basqe to But even since the ratification of thattreaty wjs broken off. It was again facts in _rectat'obst\ ry, and bands, of rubbers, hit 1ena.'triUlDph' >>'r\ ; .:

the Stale Georgia, in care of his Uncle, : of, new violence chums have grown out of new rene4redin 1819, by Mr. Eve unfolds the' strange process by: were s,ept from tae passes of Puglia arid

Mr. Cundiff after uhich the Uncle r e- acts has been opened; between and another account rett, our p resent.Minuter_ to Sp iuHe"went ,which l the! unsightly (, of European Calabria. Surely it u vain atiemp to

moved to the State of Alabama, and the which ilocn not learn us and that into. fail investigation legitimacy bias been, set discriminate between these expeise>>,and ...
power moderation
youth John Basqe came as it is supposed the personal luxuries of Mural: h .expea .
from of UP1
misfortune nor wisdom from the principles on which the I Jiture
to PcnstfcoU expe .inforejga wan or'hu
p since which no tidings have I trioute monet
been heard of him by his friends in Vir- rie IIC claim is rounded, and answered I ,"The argument in the cases of Naples to hu inaster. ll p Iiou. Surelv- (ia

tin, I:'. The subject of these claims is one, as I moat triurnphitntly% all the argu and Holland is die same i in substance, and in,vain, to affect to:put a mark on the par.

If John Dasqe is living, he will much we conceive, of very coiuidenible importance ments as well as parried all the as we have-afready stated 1st, that tae ticuUr duliars'paid. into his' baiida VroA

gratify. his mother, by communicating with to the national; prosperity, and ot subterfuges that scizureswere acts of,violence perpetrated the sale ot American property, 'and-saV

S Jieriii Virginia or by giving the Editor otthis great moment to the national character. were broughtforward by Napoleon, and for which. at .the tine, those and no outer 'went to J1 S laxurieaaudhi

paper such information as may be 1 interesting We probably speak,quite witnin bounds: by the opposing party... not even' Murat ,nor Louis was .responsible vic. .; :EvertcouJditbedoneit

to her; &. an) person knowing when we ,-eslunate their fair amount at The affair has been suspended'0 : 3ndlytbat fud thy-been th
any thing concerning the abovementioned twenty millions of dollars.. This large be sure, in a ,somewhat ,singular of the usurpers! ,'Murat; ami Louis,;no! what is plainer than that.in'.this'case.,*'ha '

John Basqe whether living or dead will sum is so much withheld from the National ma nrr.. The ,Baron de ,Nag ll claim' for compensation could' Jd against oatioJ at're.oukea were. '. reKeved ofrnu'cb to.
'
confer a great favor on I disconsolate, wi capital j so much lost to all. those iaiporlant the rightful_sovereigns: their successors* of the bt4en; ofhc governoiettt,
to Mr. I it
dowed u.other by giving information at pursuits, commercial, manufacturing signified trC'ttbat'_ To these, we reply. ;in brief;that the_confiscations in consequence of the ,supply. derived
would be the were the official acts the Neapolitan '
; to
this office. agricultural in which, if it could be no .agreeable trolJluu.r pUwd r.

PentacoJa, dctobfr'15iA, 1825. recovered, it- would be invested. It > Dutch government' to'pursue the influence and Dutch ruler, ; :'the degree of. It is not then.so hard as it may at, first
or
: _. true if now paid, it would be paid al.iiojftexclusively correspondence further at that 'them the even ofviolence'practise d. appear.. But grant it were bard ;"it u dot
on ,by French ruler i is
w Al\ '1'En. to merchants& underwriters ; time ; an4l I ,the "Dutch 'Ch erg of which know o. .a point therefore ui u>t. U is hard.for an inho.
we nothing
but it need not be said-- that it would in ; andrwhicl* cent endorser.to pay.the iiote, fur MDJickhe
Five or Six Journeymen d'A fT.ires it Washington, the Viscount though it may very equitably affect .the
btantly be jnveted them in e'of '
by lO claims of the responsible, With,no mch expectation. -
Quibeck in leave present government of Naples
taking
.t the great branches of .industry ; and ItiShrdfQrtbCitiZen tub a
would be so much added ,to the 'productive expressed to'the, President :.of ,the knd Holland' 4gainsi< France,,c nnitouqhuL taxed, bC'ondbis.t: : seppurtnea.:
Tbe
L.Shoe Makers. "" .capital of%country,'which wants.now' ,United Stiies, by order of the I bad good reasons Kings'Murat for Uking Uve ud: Louis, .lUres,for. .nation.. *! policy, whib&jtie uisap* -:

-- nothing- macji: as capiul. It'cannot, King oft ?, Netherlands, the 'wish of our' merchants. :Wbat property proves;,.it u always bard" to" bear'.burdena. ,

'-!'l'L.iDY, good, workmen, will meet therefore be regarded as anutter] ot littlemportance that this 'discussion should' not t be it is r'tJ r those ,reisoas. to,suffer, caUquties. to" lout_ 'ruin: in.the....
: riot
Q i .' \Were. ( : tp. inquire: ; very : '
with
constant employment and good to tise Irare'pr the. nation, face. .U ii bird for the 'American ,inc -,
.
vages. Apply.to'Whitney that an amount ofcapital, sufficient to erect farther pressed. A moSt,r extraordinary possibly; wet may undoubtedly: ), I to hint ;engaged" in. _honest trade,'on ,ths..

&Mallet, twenty or thirty cuLt n _tkctories, of method, truly, of destroy!. al prevent worse wanted consequencesliui'imperi* f itJa-or pUbl1c'1a"a5K1 believrnir t4atike:
moneyaad
Near Montpelier, Alabama.Oct. the,very bjrst order is wholly lost to us by ing the:'force of"argument, 'resisting have majesty it. He.Mtl' : : < 'Wbti 14 is the:citizen of a republic,able w protect .
adopted tllO Oratiaq -"
i *
the itijusUceof foreign *. '. *; fe ja hii:right*, to bYe 'bii
4th 1825333t. power jostle* aod : per.t,
; : suspending ft;, maxim. THYjdriiadJ, .. ; 1o.:wante4. '. totit" ;L.- ", .& '
thtodcfrp
J To' our' ;, 'national houor the. Cue/ii.still payment ofY honest 'debts. "IPis"thlwA6f ,from all,,QUera.s'd fj lrs,oax >>.... tbe ...... t. '
UJ4J' J 'A.
Yet
*
.- :NOTICE more important.Mutof; tM cbp1ir I rU. uL c., Oussthpa weieiijy 'i i ;.; .' H :
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.,
.t'C- ofa nature, tliathave been ttKingf;: the N 'Wi'4t. ...;.;.. .. .. ...: : 4n4 ea lie toldjfu .&U .&na1fefJ..-
allowed, and con JUe ... '"'5t'.D' am ; '
\.a TAKEN up oo the 25th Sep: I thrtands"that these things sboula tbatthe.gtheP: ated *tUcppc.tn .
paid to stronger clainunti. jOura rca I1." Had this not prewoted Itself .
tembe/ tuttqegro: slave,, ,five I withheld, because ajrr l:not\ be, 'ftirth'fpressed'! :But is'. Jocj.any ,one thinkthU HoUtnd and: to rest on.no'stronger titie,: tht

f ,.Wk feet ten'and three;quarte inches but"bec.t.wethe debtor they powers are think not just we,, the vll.II'6 -a;kihg :to.. b (put in, the Naples would have,,paid, ,a: 'f farthing? ._the of.: two4hird,,of the'kings' of.:Europe f..

: .. high j, call himself : "1&Irnot: order ," nburi ] the ambitiousbr Bu11 t.taaMo: Iji .
rcpntaU, nor go to war torecover i balance agkfnst the losses ,of,pur: leas to: i : see b_' obljgttiwl _
.' JAMES them.. *V ben,the Bourbons' 'tiriou.Q; Napoleon/:'Not -herl' itlookaikr4aCotke -
SMITH,. .were I citizens,: o casibned>> by a vlofation, ofj,legitiiftaae' fove'racaeat*, tI1..
"T .4. "$ restored, the claims', lngii.... .' "
among1 brought fur. '
,- wand says that he belongs to Mro >;ard hmm i i of thelaw of.oauons, :and'r a, dis '.4'1. 1 tJi .. .ot r t.." .', :CUQ ,
...,ltupe, i {LjycLJlCJ.riOblIC. /The on; 1''ra (bYngb;"ttiere .and/.allowed' ; by respect, foi \';our Ybvereignty4 and :Bet the'an iety>ith which th :tecoodowsVioeret H C ._.f uP t eiboc'
tf' of taiidiUve.b: reufeKtcd tocomc, for-: were :claims for. losses bv" 1) I ,' \ f T ......iWh .it tJiCIf. "e; d,1( .t r free' ; -= __
) Awignata; |ft the heat '
,or the rightsasa i independent peopli "
vaid; and,payt.bpei. revolutipu, :"" thhe1 cfie .. ai w.b!ll: frC4.
pmvc property *n4-jbeurancc' '
: ; ug govcrrte4byh. We ttrritf 6Vhtrkinh- orUA ttriTiiE4 doa was,a bokler.Erdtaaiitliss ainca _
'S. Jttmc.s ( 19M..r: ., KxccBtioncrs oC Louis xjteenUi>.A.. t6 l JViiU iti. .: 1 ,1' = ...Q. _
'reptiblici; f: > < uiiice ere.Ulu,. 'au..I"', i.'Miat. '! { tbJi
'' AniieTJcjicauobt: \
Mll1..nar'Pen coI ; get for:the
1.ng'1i a payment lowr ,
: 'm lItbe't: _
can eitgttbeirIcgrtiniai svcce*
their wiihi s be grati6ef but'wbeivihe ., oat.oa'I .
October.. ltt,}. 825.. .$, 2r *,, _, es: incurred by4 thescquestr.on,: ,of.bervc .,.-wisbrift S. ticck.ideaad IC,'"'"1.1'King'bf: Nzpcbi3. :::wa. r.' ofSlain I.--' 1ftJlj,. aI __ __
d- .' CIa, y boe were sold and .. 'tJir- Ju lid -&diirN '
: cargoes ,, the and feoiiUar tha n to si? tot a. ...ii.
4te' ,
.Majl'. "ArraBgement ;rL pnce.:tLpuoMted uvtbepublic treiiury,un o -.pat cff, the'.. a.kecrIr, dmy-to>n r,n. eniJWl 1 .W; .t. ,loat: in thc 't ;w 'aap9&r.,M: I_ _

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rbD.ar'ta1 UDdrrdte iaueece eaE, Detch Gag, ww objected &U .acll aced we are' th'- :
doubt ouiW eusatplc, tile p.pahr pty with IiLriesbotstg,' TrJ,3k "other aervfcea w cfeensbe_ ia lifet'is. fickk::asd taeuBestaeas_. ease told.[ 11Ire j

. revved,coaeetttrated itself and 1oag u' fins fiat be.cooatfl tJ rc- her ftlDftB=; eat_ we do .asserg aa4 affords ao babitatioa for :aaa. fit of taese great cane ntil works

.. doer the jfarach Rerotatioa broke oat volatmay vortex the lint power of the Kc that rehctsaieta waitb -its bosom .is barrre, :mod ityteMhi'eo destised to bind .as 't
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oj .
r-l bad restored frre elective rank II :et e. Tins is the ply ;; ,harvest- its. paths are bonds f adaasaat. Is
[:we eatenaia fco iw the apaoUtmeatof k apt .
: Jiar. it effectually 'Jot'.hIKDt.1 who fan SHffered so ranch. [bn r the at '
, by tire troop of Prasia ul'SDYS wIIo,will. bearcTaaobligation Military.Presideatstre founded devious aftd obscure sad it .COB* nhiI J t 1lg, aaaarmatia",' .

Vfas-alSed by marriage to the Prince of Onoge. derived. from the usurpers Napoleon both upon a'eaowledgr of the .- faeods the..traveller"whea sgita- v tac! to BCBOU tae first magistrate :.

It ctfisot therefore be pctendcd, aod IVTbeftir.' ." mac character, aad experience "f ted by total,it.exhibits, |be' -AlHiigbty :.r.' free people se 'employed a

that popular institutions ill aDd :ere is closed with a briefBOtiCC past events ||,red vere, recitizeasof ta. :his anger, and .ama ia. 'exerting that inflaeoce which bacoasthatioBally .

tbe offspring die of tlie Freocb form of Revolution the Bata-; of the claims of_the United the U Rio_,sled bad a vote upon the depth of humanity aad snsigai** hold over hit

TUH aJtIaaeCb Republic p frew up after tbe.r ccea States for Franca sJX'lia lion h and such SB occasion, oar bumble butstrenuous jEcaace--wbea'cafe'aced sue_ itt coaatryawa ia epeoiag new 'avea' '

a promise to coaster these, as images the manner the short aaes to '
e*.ftbeFrrnchanxues is*this devoted uppert shcmRfee givento to prod isdosiry, anr
'. la 185,Napofeoa erected Hot- well as those oa, SPate aadtfJJca- tbe principle' we have laid lived rcr'-.sc of. sleeping g' :Lion, (facilities. foreign -doantic.

laDdi a tingdflia tLethrooe.lad placed tats tU bis'botherioaa .- mark,.at some fotare time. dowa. We therefore fedsi'sfietiott :I woo.may at any moment awake raarkerv: sew iaceatives! to eater.. .

YerssBy.beJoved.011 If the act .of the I 1 at the electioa, of.Mr, Adams sad destroy biu>--i' U (load aced prier-sew soirees cf cordial .

I 0abject b allowed add any thing'to the rfBeadIsauSnratkn JKafera. aad we doubt apt Ids ajdministra- desolate, without the joys or tae terconrse. All;',:his agency, 1rhit

1 Strength oldie title by-blCba1. holds of .Pmident Adaw :ion will be sack aa to justify the protection of civilised society If *is BOW going oa so silently bat .

tiis crown never did sovereign reign by a *.-la the grandeur of its very hopes of bis-country. therefore we suppose being endaed ,efectaaliy, is bat the pUhurt, of a
better title. In 1810.Louts compelled
was
to abdicate an'VHolhuxi ws declared simplicity, bow'tbe infant republic His inaugural speech is a beautiful with reason, to have beetijcsaversaat :free government guided by enlighu
;
a part of the French empire. In of North America mocks tbe specimen; of .composition; t with the ocean only, j eaed ecru and seconded by the Di

1 1813 the Btar of\apoleon began to wane; gorgeous. pomp and pageantry of chaste and eloquent l it is aa admirable we may well imag tl him hDpre j tional will.State .

be was driven out of Germany by tbe em- the bloated ,monarchs of Europe,,Ireated r expose of the rise, progress ed with humanity and awe, at -1) legislaTaressuch be h'"delta C
battkd nations uf the North and those Cenlightened by thi puolic will,and'existing '' 'works and will
and and prospective hopes of.the visible majesty of tbe d vine towcr. cannot not as*

i civilization the friends Cocsucks of government of tbe l'on, for tbe public good, how it young Rrpal ''ic. He indulges too And this b.-liei is one 4/f ibe' .eat to become mere passiva

a made tneir appearance in Holland from casts into otter contempt and exposes n vain boasting, in no irritating j elements of R aigion.'f .:tutors- likewise *

} the sands of YYV. P. ADd now, wo to tbe opprobrium of mankind ailusioas-but applies himself to he land is the theatre of therriri ac a ftl r-C

xt to usurper! The armed burghers ol those infamous despotisms the elucidation of the various topics ofGod and forms aa aniabif the resources of the 'State ovrp '

Amsterdam, the remnants ol a confederacy which have been erected oa the in the spirit ofa philosopher\ I counlerparU ls bosom.yields which they preslde-\\ tb Bitica-
formed down tne
nutty to
t ,sdtholdtr1, start years into being put; the French ruins uf tbe peace and happiness and an independent citizen. Nothing 'I us sustenance its fields afford. usfruii a} & State legislation so ca reed CB,

Prefect is expelled,the national tUg ill8tro I and which tend, but to perpetuate I .can 'be more eloquent than -its forests provide as shed what.may we not expect from the

t flatting on the steeples of Anroer- ,toe wretchedness, of sa onfortuj j i his summary of the ustoaibhing te:-i:. fleeces supply us with United States in the flight of %. _

dam, and won on those of all Holland I note portion of tne human race j progress of the Republic since the Iotbihg-itl citi s ci,ile-issrbools single century.?
.1 be of ia beard from
; OraAgvfovra
cry Sickened with the afiVcting pic
*/ of .4.ir
: Declaration Independence ; and instruct-its institutions
thc Km: *to the k ckt. But 1
M'il Quid dignum tanto feret luc -FOmi. tore which almost every country hU history of the two great parties gu.rd-and its religious temples Fr+m the Ba&wm GaxeK.

keno IOn in Europe exhibits, we tarn with .i that formerly existed in the country enlighien us in Zee duties of this Singular Case -A gar den.V.

J the gist of November, uS. of a grateful feeliugs to the contemplation 1 is touched':, upon with the utmost and /f another life. H-re is learnt wife at Vienna was at the age of

t' pleasant winter'* munung, tlie Prmce of of the young and flourishing i drHcilc,," and far removed tbe science which designates the 'I 24 years, seized by a violent bead
+ trctiuio from Ul. _vUa_ Republic of the UnUrd Siales." ache which continued for
H '
Urtnge *n r.ley I i from any thing of partisan or par- paths of thra uJ conducts,the several
.t.reCI.IXMMOU, thc damn Perpoucot-r Cheered and invigorated, we.roulow tie and drove her almost to dr.
feeling. TDtJrp(4Uicalcrce4the a*.io.d ia.iy to disiaBt parts J years_
stud Mr. James Y.gtl I Approaciiing ins he rapid progress ot its grrat- interests of :spair. She..*t .Ut. discd'ta i
d" dhng to apprise him of tbe events thovanous: governments of the same world i aad heir are .
ar .hie hadtaktn place, and invite him to iris and prosperity. But yesterday in {the union-anti the instilled the doctrines which fi: us |; take snuff as a remedy, ia order

lI .l1.uld. A Bnush cabinet council isnext as it were, the whole Continent -! policy of his yentrable predecessor alike,f,r this world and the future. ; to promote a discharge of'mucus.

:" called; but one result could take of North America- Colony j.,I are subjects also beautifully And if it be ho.spiuiblcIO.roa.Out |: Happening to have some asafceti*

pi-ce; ami on the 5tn of the same month of England, obedient to her nod,!I, illustrated. to the distressed mariner tbe signal Ida in the house,.she mixed it "ihi
:ii the Pnnce of embarks for Holland *
Orange A..d b.wing' at hr footstool-to j i tbe stuff; oa tbe supposition that
SUCh is ,
,on buanihuojaje:t\'M liip U rrior, the character this document of welcome as he approaches ,
,
rated af seventy.four guu, Ua: pierced lily a powerful and independent that has introduced Mr. I tne borders of repose, is it nut amiable it might increase,the effect. 'Troconsequence

;IJf f*" for ninety. I he1!iu <:taa generalge.o .Vulzon- I A sprung, as it by magic, into Adams to his countrymen, and to : and praiseworthy to bold was that a worm was

< :e wa; alrc ay in force at A.nster- [. Liberty and lift'Ve bcQod ci-II I the world, as President of the U- out to His wandering spirit, the discharged from the nostrils, similar
: du, to facilitate the organization of a legitimate tit-s where but few
government founded on the a years agostood !: nited-St tes of) America, containing i signal of salvatioa. And if 'we in appearance to the common -

t corner stone ot tbe people's will. Thus the BACkwo-jdanran's lonely i; us it does, an exposition of track him the knowledge of the grub. This circumstance in-

s &r t iomg look as tic as could be expected Habitation--on her lake and .rivers his principles sort feelings, .nd a..t stars that hr may pass the waters duced her to continue the use of '.

; for though Holland when we lastr" the evidence of her ACii' ity pledge of tae :system. of Govern-,I ID safely, shall wr- not instruct mixed as\fetida and snuff. Eight ;
aat. ber independent of foreign control, and enterprise *bile her incalcu- ,.
| orient u is his to him in the and love of more worms were d'ncoaigtd.
pursue knowlrdge
purpose I
dad boli iied tug anti hereditary
perpetual
ably t is j,
uo con- In shot the ot the '
ftUaiholUership; yet the Prince of Ora iRcre.liogJ.pul What a contrast dOf'IU exhibit tothe .. Him who created the" star, and by ase mne-

fee nas arc heir of nis illustrious predecessors KcK d. ol the J Doling and' .miserable strains j brfrctrb. thry are dim ? dy forty eight worms were discharged
the of turee Dutch earth ..1"sou her iusiruuor,*-on ; and the Dead ache
that
'. governor so often issue from tae Courtsof was .
pI mceSfinuependertt of the stadthul.ter+. her laws ana records, we tract: tae ; removed. Or. Frank
princes F un the JBbin.re... completely *
si. pior tcu'ultyetapprarwhatCOWse ..ealttilui and hallowing impr.'Sij; Mr. Adauis The oi who relites the case,
be.would adopt. But the veil was soon ( has now attained next_ nirciiug Congrrssi suppose
dropped. On the lit of December, he of her guardian genius. AVe look jaroand j the summit ot his wishes, and on i;so far as wr can jucge from pro that the worms had been lodgedin

made his public entry into Amsterdam upon her vast and almost, :na Chfr, w tie re first wan seated sent appearance, will be one of uncommon tbe frontal, nu..s."

and a proclamation. was issued setting boundless territory in wonderment, tnt Fattier of Republic-lhe interest--questions will -l
r form that, Jt is not William toe Sixth, and admiration, and catch a pur- '
be Antidote Poisons.A.eonrOPondent .
1 immortal Washington ; acd which agitated of great importance, against
room the people of the Netherlands bare dOD of that :
'recalled, without knowing what they kindling spirit thktf has bren succesaiirelj filled br Ads and we rrjoic* to find fron. the returns of tht Lou oa Literary

sni bt'nave to hope or expect from him gave to her freedom and a name.. '?, and Jefferson and Maauon, of members, that tbrysill Gscraey alluding lotfae iv*. .

-but"Willaoa the "First, who, as sovereignby When we reflect upon the world'shistory I and Monroe-yeoerablf' iodividuals be canvassed and discussed by melons cases of death from acci- .

t nine, the wiib of the XetherUnders ,and upon the scenes ofde- wno yet 1..ge to receive the men of correspondent talents. drat poisonings and particularly
auxin CM .ot iv jA among that people. structionol sUugnter and of blood,t
fate
of Mm who tu the melancholy of the late
blessings tb t-rr'countrymen, b. "e mean are not only
i o duct once Hetbre oas bern delivered
by which
anotherVailam tne First from the slavelort. changes ol dynasties haves f his been call to preside and orators of. the first class,-lor I royal academican, Mr. Owen,

iIt '.I ,,! .6 fi dcspotiau.Tile ..ngl s b often, alas 1 produced, w itnwharfetrltnga "' gtta-tl over the liberties'Of the JI these may notwithstanding go bay. adds :. c. I may venture to affirm,

bar"r..n of these traiuactioa+, must w: peruse th-j -"t. there is scaxe,evea a
;" *.. .. observe, I ni'rd States. a very little wy in matntaining> cottagt ia
tu.t it was remarkable tnat his ftereueoeen record of the in&ugur* ion of a: '. this that does not '
I Ardently and fervently we the honor of the nation, develop country eoa.Ulftyalu
ISat1. b.i11 ices haul l.n.atc.0 lake the President of America I .V ithuu I'I pray
,. .rr.tit, ,of government, not under the an.Cteut t that tier! hi.) b> never placed in ing hli its resources,aad strengthening aa blc, certain, and imme
r' title stadUioluer, but tin new and not", without tumult, without anything jeopardy. To America we have and securing oar rights and diate remedy for such events

i..a.'uuitejone u,0\ rcl an WneHcr this extraordinary to denote ihe been taught to ook as to the common liberties by wise aad saluiary which is nothing more than a desert .
+aratt home of oiir species, wnrre laws,-bat many of the members,
{ bi. For me uf to .. from the of
D"g'lII.IU.ii agukeratncnttbuiiaedoa seat
J. the power, the op.-essed and the persecutedcould in addition to ihiir tloqamce, mixed in a'tumbler. glass _of Mutts
ruins
ol uurputioi and, as A mauer ol coarse, and un-
.f I y tnu ut rather high seasoned.Bui ever find a safeguard and abdtrr. possess jaicds. fall of resources water, and drank immediately
i tue b.a is not je; told. Between accompanies by a murmur or a And longhand loag indeed and of pn&Clicaliadom, crpable It acts as an instantaneous emetic

t .t., HuUJ.I and France lies A fertile region thought but cf placid satisfaction, may sbete so'characterizednd of enlarging the sphere of national is always read and may be used
kmhvn 111 elder ,co,rji hy iu AustrianIvcihetUuda. rrsigning the reigns of Government with in where ooe
safety
so distin u shed i And reefing wealth and prosperity -of harmonizing any case :
. .: : A region larger, ncncr, into the hands of his success -
is wore
1: more populous tufts liohaiul speaking adih .ir. The calm and dignified upon her iadepcnd" nee, and and ,blending into wan r required By a mistake,
:... :reni rite uage, bi o.ed *n A diderentTri. ceremony secure within I her equality of consiste&t whole, discordant interests a
; 1! .b/ ',.or'Uiiteicnt. lutioiui punu05nev-' ttf investing tic 1'r.'siden. in rights teed priv IrgeSi lasting and -ntuTdliriu;;i the violent and poiseD instead of salts, the castor
Ilk du .ies of his office axes i
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;,4itccn hundred tauiuund attention. No tinsel-no gaulrr- : the efforts and'tne uchinations, of exterminate them taro the hnasabrat. a doubt his invaluable life was preserved
ranothing
titian
.
I 1: &I c out a kingdom for tue new to striae the mob with
. despo.ssball sink and dwindle Such characters to his family by giving ins
..i eretga; 1& p Vrcrh.a bauricr is wanted a4inst wonder dazzle with intoaothiognrss. are not: _
or
t I' .& France; me young Prince of Or but 'its pomp,I 4 .r-rl."" usually regarded with that high musiard directl,. By Baking this!
.tige s expected to nurry lue PtiuCC'u1.1 plain *nd Ul atfccte suet at _; estimation in which they ought simple antidote knows;''yow' 'mil
Cu:rlotte, ot tJ1.ta.Kt.and ior ttiese .iui is worth)\he mind of a.Legislator -
fellovcrr&tuie
Ft..she Ch ideate .. to be. How much more difficult be the means of saving many a -
.l 1j. outer coniiaerauons tucreuato at ine head of powerful Re
touring.
Religion In ruction of &amen."A is the of itxm mniimtlyend.
aa
w f the lieges otBklgiuiu are declared .ub> public. The election of Mr. A- MarinVr'aChurcn" : part an intrrpid and luminous .
jtcu ot WiluAm user trait; and Uie whole d iris the is a- statesman than that of the .
a to Presidency thatthe
now
*:, territory constituted a KiogUoui, by vole hostile !JuIU to be tsttth issued .in Boston general of an ar-y. A military .0- -- tl .

pi tue Congress of Vienna,in tae fallow. feelings nave where, although divine service has:| officer knows Ibe number of his Husband, and -' '.Among ,

lilt terms, to WIt i'nc old United Provinces become softened within rras In.bleuuand" i brew.occasional dfvoted to the 'j"mm, his ma'eriali,,for .itack and some. who nave .read Blackstonc*
; ot the Netherlands and the formerProtruices seems to general.-
give
bc-Dlit !
o this rriturious class of defence and and raofe who have not the erroneous
, of Belgium, mccording 10'tile tisfaction. We. know not whatmay I I I the strength and ca- ,
Jimitt of both as fixed in the following I be. his pylicy but from ui peopiet y kitbc rtpiao particular'j pacity of his antagonist-his word I : and Ba'galUat opinion prevades -

'aru e. together with the regions and territories S edifice has been specially appropriated U.law, and hr may :very soon forma I that a husband may chastise

theran tasted, shall cbusutute, declaration oiiiUking; the, oa.h of tor theter pose. We in tolerabkJ nt of success : his wife, provided the'weapcA
under the ottus office_ it would m that he intend
.oY a'eiri a\y royal Charleston have for feR-
a yearspast.afforded But a.ala2r.amaD is be not thicker than hits little finger-
t compelled to
; acJitue'Pnneeof ed
ftauige Nassau, to model it after that of hU
emgn prince of xbe' Umted-Pruv 111'1-1 d .sorJ4&Ddf so- the republicwill pre these facilities to,thewanderers I fight bis.baHl*a.uT r every .day- For the benefit of 'the ladies, tba

the Ktnsdsmtf,rAe vVVOrHond,,, have,nothing' of the ocean, and, have to contend with men of strong and information_ of the gentlemen and
fromhis
tary m toe order ot'sacccMtou, already eCiMiisued > to" regret witnessed their xcelient eflVctsio powerful interests to put..his pop the hoaorof ear I&ad.it should be

t by die cunsutuuoiul act o* the tial appointment to the .Presides the amelioratio a of their- moral l alarity or in other words, his kuown,that this is not the law ot
.team United prorttc .Tiie title and toeprer 'I Chair. We confess, we are not conduct &behav .
o8r. Riots of sal means.of serving his coa.t..i .i South Carolina. Tbere was a'decision
Uie
aura ul royal dignity are re- sorry that Geaeral J-ckson did not '
'4ia r cygnucd in tue uouac of .range Massau, I'I succeed. Not but we highly rut i lora, formerly ih r'occaaion.or era-- hazard--to encounter intellects equal of oar coastitutionaJ (sa* .

tr b} aU tic powers.' By thuactof a treign o- | mate his talents tl ss'consider America and. arbitrary ''ity laws'are ooa' to his own,-and to'stand at a pre le) court..boaC thirteen years

oodyui wmcu ueiiuer tioiUad uor ee unknown in our itreets.t It is bata.rr po> .where a victory on one day siace proaounced by the late utile e
1k w. even deeply:indebted< to oi-n indeed ,
atu pretended to be repi since
years they were degra be but Wilds in
may preliminary to a defeat the dignified saeetarsaof
CM.nied, was elgiuia subjected.to the ; but, froia principle we:'are .
drdb"
c li eloa the le_ el of'slaves,, andcjuidnarwalk oa the. other. 'The bis ,noble ia 'wbicn he
.icu yuke;mud wet,as u u well k>ioirn; opposed to to lectioa.of'any mi 'next sessio spirit, -
to mt great. discontent of its inhabitants i w lieu, raaa 10R once uf such tb e .t f'ta.f1te' seven Congress, will be adoretd proclaimedjheUv,of South Casa

tr 'lni.*&Ute w-y, b>' vftucu usurpers are magnitude ia the\ State o'clock a:ni'ht.r 'Riot., 'BOW such characters as these. If Ih lina.oa, the:subject, ia.the follo*
.
,tjistoyancieat
cx .vileU vied lawim Mnereigua cstabUsbeu r ajiayv,.tK confined_ to the "Toes Hoary '
M .* are any strangers BOW taking tjie lag graceful 1 from the
and modern furnishes and tt ** _
ou ** .
vycii y we p.&rK1)be t"atcrsillir anderry ,class >the '4
coramaauy toar of the United Slates tte MOOR PO
turn ot Ur.Fox to Ute'ele C1M.uf lY'quo: oy,iastances-of the 'dace dr. In for t : : <
--those: trbp 4im ib,be 8tl.e8.&nd oat sif'obtaiatt -Tbe raw that lay ..1IfGI '.
1W Ilk, Q cs.btiuiuiataiTuital .D_ l; our.ownr. .el.e;' have a memorable .' ).fir t accaratetelUgeace ,i .
dare to be.bi '
ick'gaards.The
Jeciarcd .- WO&UB&
is t that jou rule oy the rtiut of tat Araericaaratter .Cq
'ol tore sord; O iuuoi .njured. l 1 example Get but. a w arv tin d : _: !o rl'1'e; 'sailors es a' wecaabat Sa vein tbe"Whom'twere'wal Gfmk It,iiitetdt I
,
th
.
next insist the ofa pe'al t' a aIridul
!
ti bb a moderaieaiKiJusi was tty |*oucytO upon necessity' the contrary, wh tber at sea or-OQ will y.
some time ia :-.1 :
..., centar ireU .jiacuiaeU,! bow Dictator-\tra study to. prolong shore it pass WafihiaoB i'- ClhIJMQe- 'lfli:._ io: .
,. so mach
i improved-s tcpyer.it.h.pra' o 'dt1 ... ;
Coldly Mast tuou depicted the true touuaa- the contest: et the State bellied; 'lad r g'"e"ri..j.u... ewrc '- .. .- "IIC
,, 'tion of lice PO"Uc pnoce,:how fc with needy dependants-..the army with te-ewftar-' .- Oaeef. .subjects to alt. which taker ',esf 'flier,' 'o -" lr" .
bij uw>t UMxi set forUi the'tit divide of age pride. |he.es"a o. "ofthowjpioas oar preseat'exe cmtive- ataads "'. '
the strongest!' .' gained by specious' promises and- '. laa:rtdaakf- whoaave ear.ticftltHy .t t' .
I" ,. "ppoiauaeau-iad'-teeth bat pledged ;fats+e airyaie -. fi b ei lhe-,r a f.irJ :
,
ere
One sacra More.. e.K 05 of the a.. oar g!_st.to Ieed thc'sa Uh the.bread '.'tA tc
Xantnca was-. uurly Uie.ud, cae cxfasttkjf step .more, ihe .Republic vis" 'a of. tega.rtallifc1 1 .a pit. -of -.UferealobUir. I ..-..C.. .. kd;.lI flee J". -. J J'T"L.

ur'those* cteauuj umea; Dote(.c dteais--and. the icapeiial 'purple! The chief attrity tea e.J i t"pl'D'Ye.i.t.. .T',_ ail:tke...-. -... .;,. slrt. '. J lilt.eeeef.. '" ,.,' ,
poetical c
Xttic unity 01 teren uuodn. .iiioas pttd fills.'tie atmfcteoas'lr I" J .. ,arf Ughu. y crt this .tl. .' caa .
t'ra tac sIn :ouiuouito b n .with ,Bwtf :iidCfcsodsessi aad eA-iseera } ; = # .r.. I
J.I) 1 g .Ia' : :. employed ia rr .
this'.oarttttittgiteof t1b1E Aast "
tiei etawrgard to ftna. _lu fortily! Ia'jCfte frooMufcarc ( .. it has,seeded t.(a* .that ,while- :" .. V.-itf ., P., .' j.
oeaces we dtsclals 'meat foraaerja ..c-I'.aMJe .1ft.
,
r
ot rcHwin4rr J
was dot If pI ie" 8I.m I; .
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Is ; be twegty.one .cntUiootwaa -, aistiBcUjrvdieclaim, :say. iewB i- i.J"I''E : ; fleet'; .: W.1it"- l' :" .- -".."'-'.' t 'itftL t- .tt j at t eb} litilt ".. ..

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kif"I I" ".1 .p ..a' .t.\'di( .never before appealed in print cI2" improve _- *.r1' ,u. : .r.tI1i i.'ti'ta.a' : :' JI' : : din1 .**d <*wt>i' HirdiB, trine(
1i4ig&rd exc .U.. ; ttsefiitltAthose: engaged ln.>rojecKingaCaitiUcrossthe : YJ ,w i 1f:t'f '5-" v t : .
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raW : CqLt'&dte. "'jyorid* P amsu. thaiTheost H, . t' .125i'We. lw, ith litohr tnd clab : "

fnt 1jeMtItVtlOfl 1 of-relt.1, No 'I.CIa Ia.'.: Is it.not extraordinary that aft Inknd: '1I8pft for faeaf/iB. I!take'pleasure i& recording{be :foliowiagtntimoByof tepb11 1 iqi liI.LUif' 9w" ..

cat qu&ndhi hours it ait 'amplelilowance passage should exist from the Qdlf' of.Mexico consequence of wfeiitt raaay Hveu ', dtstingaisjied' .Columbia, ttackediy son 'Isaac .

a' seven for .or' old, weak to.the Atlantic, through the Isthmus -I have.been U nt.V the1peopk of this' approbation: of, the 'meritorious N.P'Jrter..ho1.. ,unarmed

young softer sex of Plooda known to the pirates sixteen Tenitory bite- bad:nothiugof this, and faithful public tervices of our' andJa the! t flcnterA' ,B. Hare
aed the may it should not be
Jr ago.'and'that
wliiBred strong, that all the cosmetics khovrn years. Geographers even) 'now' fTbilttfiayt aalure' to r plain: of for,, 'although worthy respected townsman, din bot. him dead with** piitol.-- .
.
the arm weather occapiei Com. IAwiiWarrington., I ,William H. WiliUmaoQ whilst .
la world) will not impiove their / /Vmrfa.-The Isthmus I ,
'
the half effectually as 'of, Florida. a long strip of lam(1 connect- twice tbe, proportion-of' the I Beacon.Coiybfa I interposing -supprvs*' the affray,
so '
Complexions ibolesome useful, and. everyLIf !I I e
of early rise North Amenca.Tind lies bctvren the Slates, to.wtaf it,dots.in some. of ,. ofth Acvy, to (!...Irv WarKav In about 'anh9Mr.. SwkaHardin .
yaluablepractice SCHli and 25th degrees of' latitude It .is '
practice agalnst-which nut : more than one hundred leagues long t&e 'Kor hcny States', yet,: the heat ringthndarrd, : ;WaUon, 8c Wm. Haidia I--
jag ; ft is uniform and ,the DepartmeLt,Sept..14, 125 are taken and committed to ihr
can be urged, & l from north..to south,, and at least 40 niucy mire jail I"*
II single objection absolutely 1 nothing :J leagues broad. 0the east aide is the transition be ween heat "and ,cold Sir I -\ '.our letter" of the. 29- 'h.. ult. ; of MauryCennty.the other two

which costs is ; :channel ot"U hama ; on the south the Island is ;so-lcmperalr,, that k,instead of h been 1' eiy..cl. I have esamined have esckprd.' I will ,give the .

Il1lc.| .deed that an_ objection.i of Cuba,:and on the West the Gulf I the several communications. bove .of. '
-* I feslia any convenience it pro. *\ reward $soo,, for.the. ape .

; Mexico.It is a'low.*nd.flat country, ,intersectedby ; I I, ducef j& contrary effect s, the pa tst'alo'fi' _cc mpanyingil,.'and havr. only.to prehension and security* ,them_ -intomejail -J 1 .1' ,

: 1Pm bSA D a. a great,"number.of rive" which fof.n however"is an exception efe3tny' ttigtt 'grati&cationj ar! ,:or the >delivery of Jor.m, :' .' : ..;

_- a number ishnds of different Vtz-t; au J to ttit unifonnity of our climate, the za1d'skiliwbich oavr beea : At this .place 'to;the proper a uhb.. ,

-. NOVEMBER 12, 1825.Verlti bays and 1kesrn the interior, wli.cli coin, at the end of ih** rainy ,season_ the, manifested by yourself and, those I rides And-I, will give' for the';s :*

E sans /zeur* municate unknown.witheiich There: oth'r.is and the are as yet" of weather cleared U[) about thtf" Is1.. under yo tar command. The .natural .! apprehension, :and securing ,nf -' -

Min= these rivers ami lakes,, whicU by can meatis be* traversed > of September, with the _wind I r fault,is felt. in the..prt.&t'naab.- A. a HARD1N alone, 2,300, ; and / ,

-Our 7ejte C."grtu.-\.a havebtentiivoretiwitti uithout the.least danger. a co-n.nu- from the NJmn, which vr/s so I dued state of Piracy, withiu the for the , the ,
received following from Col.extract Joftph nicatton between the west and the east i chilly that wejrequired\ fires in our sphere Jf your,operations. F HARDIN that he-be, Z

from a letter Vj1ItC.Uiely coast. Some ot th 'se cUannel otcotnnumcatton rooms, mornings and evenings, tam_ respectfully 8cc.SA.M'L. brought to juiUetv, 8200, .A*, B.' .

: )1. it act of are worth noticing The one but i.. ,S' 'U THARD.Com. .. H.ardill ii a srnLlman1t 1i tl..ia.* -
consider an necessary jut01 this however\ lasted two or. ,
We .
tlmmgti the bay and lake St. Esprit, .1d, ; ,
tlc- to give publicity to this extract-we thcotucrny the men A IUZMPO d,11 St. three days, and the ,weat/ier/ became LEWIS Ws1twoTot,' dined to ,be.bald, .ab ut 25years ". '
not. that in it our Delate speaksthe Commanding the U.S. Squadron old stLined with his tVe
T/heconnniinicatioa dark ,
Jean.
doubt ; tltrctiu the warm again until the equirociial ,
.
in the
West Indies &c. Ntr.olk.
of hit heart, & wlule we exnrcsi ,
l language bay ot St. Jean ami the like uf the AUt-, bruised and his
conviction, that at the en4 of storm,which. terminated in t. i. [ very considerably ,
the name, is the easiest and .!tor'\c.'. This -
esion ot all cool weather however eyes bUckca-d,by a fight ; about. .
'. tv abproacbin Congress bay is litKe and beautiful. It is a- very ; many Mobile, Oct .28.-We are requested .
be fully convinced of it ; we take thisopportunity very were apprehensive: of frost, '5 feet7 inches >high,-.-Frtok t 5
Vill bout twenty leagues long from easi to by udge Tail Co, state,
to 1i sure coufidcncrand Col. W. that he west,and from tour to fit e, and, in certain I but" it SOOQ moderated and remained ,thatfor the .same reasons which spare made,. sharp 'vrsugr, ,about" .
JK.W hat tbe fullest esteem broad. Thrre until 2nd 5 fret6or9tnches high, 21 '
majority ot'his constituents. places six.leagues fine weather, Sunday will prevent the holding of the : yeaiaof
adlLJle ever where to be found from 5 to 6 and .
*.1 have tile pleasure to mcknowletlgethcrtceiptofyour 7 fathoms> inst. ; when we experienced one. Circbit Court in :Mobile" In thr .age. .
towards the
water, extremity -
letter of the 26th of where the except passage communicates of.i he most violent 'pales that was :next rnonth. the District. Court of Josepb-B. ,Porter..

Juh with several others at tile same with the Lake of St. ESJI' t. and where ever known to visit this part of thecountry i ihr United States- will_ not be bold-, -- __' h, :'_'

tiiiit.comamnicatinffto me the fact of there is no inorr tha two fathoms water. ; it commenced.about, 11 .

the circulation of variouarepcruand conjectures the The mouth of tins Ba) is covered by an I, o'clock, A. M. with the wind from eD-CQmmtrcllJltl. BUI
in relation to my return to Island one league ui d an half in lenxt'), g.'TsiI
Itmtory,and doubts of my intention i 0 which forms two one to the i the Norm occasional squalls JotJ t miler, \-Hcalth of the

be a permanent resident. It niuitt be obtioiis -. north and the oher passages to tne south. The I of such force as' threatened. the I Cily..-.La'I_.week..>we bad -a hard ..

to every one possessed of any prrp passage on the north side is in latitude 27 I destruction of every obstacle to.its rain, succeeded by a few days of

'Cicity,that the objecl oi the invention degrees 30 ruin. Tate mouth of the Bay 'progress, it was, attended with cQlweathcr," n.dJp'r.t: sharp R"1IVS0 U.

and propagation of such reportsks distrust to is about. It-agues wide. TJufre are' :on : ft.jjne ram, which lasted until oval* frost j.j nct.1IbenIIO p new'1.ca ses.A.\f _." ,' ., ,
a
creating '
at home by .
ne '
injure the north si.lc several small Uiaiids, along ; '
inibe minds of mv constituents, of iriyfideiit the coast, after which yo'uwill, see a hollow sun-set, when it abated gradually ; malignant fever have occurred, Tfoct/ol'; Penaacola*

) and devotion to their inteiesis, or opening two leagues wide the ; during its continuance, it shiftedby and it is now thougnt our absent ,

and the prosperity of our >oung. and depth of which has not yet been asc r I degrees into) the S. E. ; it did citizens may return with safety to I ENTERED, .

fluuriJiing Territory If a knowledge of tamell,ami through wlrcli a co.ninu.uc.- veiy little damage- this (own, their houses.- ldem. November 10.-.-.Schr. Angelina' .
of : obtained ?
the actual condition country tiun can be had with the of St. Joseph from .
observation and are,i- iiay imt as far as we have heard Ross, r.-Orlt".lIs.Conjgntt' of
by personal
deuce tcveral years, community of .in- norm, the from mouth that of of St.which Esprit.is 12 leagues I the c iuntry, which is principally Vto Cottin..mJf.ighteen bales, of I .Car?o.-F. Pasquft-r: FiriUy ,& '

terett, personal Attachment and a grateful At the extremity ol the Bay of St. Es. io Gadsden County: it has done new cutton were received last R.ji to a- and W. HuseiJ HunU "

it ,e of the honor conferred by the late prit,you enter the Lakeoftiie same name much damage to the crops, as week,iowagoDl, (Washington ARRiVfcf). .

election, can constitute any claim ,upon i through brAnch or canal upwards of two much of the cotton was .open and County & yesterday another load Nov. ..-U. :. Transport Flori
I
the thy ; ,
0
zeal and fidelity, people .
my len th. This lake is
eajjucMin more for gathering, which was da Baker Tampa Biy via 5u '
Terniornuy rest atSbUred that no cxtr- 22 ready. from :hell&me'countynoue of .
; tiuii leagues lung. from nt-rtli to south forcp .
tion bliall be wanted on my part, to do !andtrouibtor leagues broa.t. U com entirely blown away. Its which has been sold. 14 events Marks. -

thtm jU I&ce. consider in)sell the Delegate nun.cates ai various placrs witli1 tie Bautna was such in borne places, as .to was refused for the first tot. What lO.-.Sthr St. Antonio, Roight, .

ot the whule Tciritory, and.not of i cliannel. The principal one and prostrate wnole fields of corn, fen the market will open at it is dim-. St. Marks, Ballast.SAILED., .

s'unU a part be or aUtr.ued jtarf!, and to the uith) mterrkts equal fidelity oi all best kiKiwn is at its southern extre-nity, ct-s, ks:. But our greatest fears, cult to conjecture.! A, few sales .. .'
lonu.iaat'rude
vn i upp&uiaiity. Nothing would be so hrec leagues*Sb west ot the Florida This ( are fur those \fho occupy Iheir were made ,in New .Orleans, ten 1.-U. S. Corvette' John Adams .

m rtif)ing to me ian impression that 1 ,'| : nearly souitieast deg20 1111.a>.d northwest ejitranceic iwoleaurs business in great ,waters," as no d ysagoitistatedat 14 to 15 J. J., Ntchcisoo Esq. Commander -, '. ". '

CiJ"ilA uc capkDlc being influenced in at tlie end of winch you will find doubt it was much more severe on Cents, for Mississippi Cotton.-/
ill) Lthclauutlel by supp sed restntitruiuglrom two HanKS or Shallows and six small Isaudb. our coast. Wnen th, wind sbiii- having on bvlard Commodores

U&nts, individual prtterenid called the Inlands of St Esprit ; ed into the S. E. it drove tile wauver \hLLB.DG VILLB- Oct 23., Buinbridge, VVarringon and Capt. .
:u.d predilections, or polttcal' ?
compe- the interior of this Lake is iittl: Itn I.II. of t
the.sci Cdm'missioners
Biddle the fur '
tiiiun. luwanisU.e resptciable gentlepf ter at St Marks Election of (r"or."An the ', '

(pf oKii to OitIIIUt. nee r (t It any ncrta The trom\iiazuroiseignteeit the Bay of St. Esprit, leagues in; lat. lac fort and p"rat e ground."-Int. .Counties hate now been heard fixing :he scite for the Naval De- '

o'ur bcnun.ent than that of great re- 28 t.leg. 25 tni'i. At its mouth it !is more ,. from except Ware, and the follow po'. .

FJiect and towards theii rtpcctivc than three leagues wide, a.d continues October 15.- iorida 8ul r.- ing is the result* U. S. Sloop bf War .Hornft ;

iiicmklriilcrUiij no frvliri ofhustili erne league .wide tor,the distance uf snore This iinp",rt.ni.staple we are nap. Samuel Wood ho use. Esq .Com. .. :
t l>, as 1 trust 1 never shall against citzrna Majority forTroup, 781. ,
;
for the exercise of their undoubted than ten leagues. Li running channels up, you py (oleum, is likely to reward the Georgia Journal* ruandef, on a cruise in'the. Gulph '
will tinj several brandies or across -
Cotinluutional prerogatives. a great nu>iiDer 01 islands t tunning pLnter, beyond his most sang&&ineexpectations. .l ', U. S Transport. Florida, Baker ,
1 wish it dttictly undtrstood that 1 Henry A. Youngf, '.
Ne* '
Orieans.aPauengeram
of uhicii
the ,
passages by mi ana you can A Boston remarks, -that
hi4iio party distinct front the great bo.C coriinmnicaVe ill)the Atlantic ocean, o.'t Eq. on the Wakuha river hasjEt Mr. Madison paper is at the head of Ll. Miles, U; S A; Mt.ssrs. PrS- '.
ut the an
) people no promises given or ut the Bahaina cb r.nd, a ovc Cape Ca. established atus mili and & 1t.
pii ajt t(redeem ; the claims of rich and1neid the tue \ appara. Agricultural Society-Mr. Jefferson cay Crupper Tilghman, .
na\rra across nvet Muquito
his of
:
for working crop Merceianl Mr. Baker.Up '
pir, and enemy, anal I be attend mouth of which is'in latitude Jd degrees up Rrt"t r.of a Virginia University. '.
cd to with equal solicitude devotion." cane, and 4 number of Mills we ?or.'THIS PORT. !
the Lucie
50 n.inutea or by rives ot St .-Mr. MonroetPievident of an ? .
U s
o the mouth ot which isin latitu>le 27 deg. are told are erecuug in .Gadsden Auxiliary 'Colonization Society-, At Aew York-B1gAmostal.' .i

U. S. Ship John Adam*.-We regret :33 minutes. The river of bt. Lucie com county. We saw the other day a mer 'Wyer; 'to sall25th. ()ttob r. :
: ,
of
all heretofore .
wield
that we.have to state that the U..S. siiip municates with tie bay and lake of at. bundle which was raised by Wm. whom(foave ..
John Adjims/mgojitg out of our harbor Esprit. This communication is shorter 'ed the Ucstiiiies of free born miT- '
whicn
on the 6th inst. either from carelessness than that by the nvcr Ainazuro : hut the Cameron. Esq. in this I town, : lions by and with ,the tons ht, of NE. )

praccident,ran on the Caucos Shoals,and principal) "WLg is that u-hicU is suppo is much superior to any crop ire' free born millions. Ate- not' such 'mAt Subscribers) avn.;obtained' 'let* -., .
it iireported received considerable mju direct with have ever seen un; the Miasissippi. -
ed tocommunicateby a canal the :; ;
estate ;
hoary heads_ venerable in the .i.i ters Administration. !
rye She was taken in tow by the Hornet the I verofSt. Jean, tae mouth of wlucu .-Idem.The eyes '
deead all .
I of th*. world--gtving the remnantof of John.. Simpson persons
,
and probably they proceeded to Havana on the Atlantic ocean is ill latitude 3a de- I
estate
said,
There was much water to spare on the frees 20 msnuteabout 7 leagues north their days when feeble and exhausted having any demands, against them*: : 1.
Hun.A B. vVoodwardJudgejuf hereby called upon ,present
bur and plenty of room1 to beat.out { tbe of L St. Augustine 'Such a paasa e well :.nature require repose,'to'' are without lay, and all:persons jndebted r ... .'

Cku e Jt'tbe accident is not known here I known would be of'very great importance the Superior Court for the the service of benevolence,' literature to said estate"are requested to nufce im- ,I
av "fCsen\ \lid District of !Florid arrived
and v
I *taht1. '
|
and b ,maDU,. : mediate"piynerit ,, .clA.
in town op Friday the 7tti ins'. I' 7J. .
Extract. fnm letter:fro* Ctt. Brooke t. .From the Baltimore American. Owing to od ro ds and ,die ,difflcuitif Meeting of 'ttierAh* in the &a P> Simpson, i'-Jdmrs.- > .

the Eiliier, datedCAKTOXMKXT the Editor of the New York Nat Ona in crossing! streams, fee. ; &nr1<.-Tnefour; .following gentlemen .Simpson, 3Esearhbi i.

UROOKK,. Ailvocate states, that the completion of tie Judge did not arrive until iheuay lately' met at a "Hotel lt in coun.. ; :
October 25, 1825. the contemprated Florida canal would 1825 3r8ar; ,: f
12th Nov. }i .
0 "
.
i .
St. *iz. .
Captain .
the Court Petersburg .
"Cspt Clarke.ltb hs party left us,on raise the, value of bud in FJorula from Alter WAS adjourn ---
. the farrt of tile month, and have progress S 1 SO peracre to fifty 'clot lirs-tiut toe eu, consequently, no 'buslines* 'was- Buffingtori, .of shipCaptfHalen Melle-Rer- JUST 'REOKIVBD*' .,..r ;. 'IP .

totj rapidly with the Public roaa "(to route of this communication suould be St. doue this sessiuu.-r-Idem. ; of ship 1st .-'Ci&pt AT*> THE--- f *: :-

intersect tilt road between Pensacola and John'A river. which is navigable for vessels Earnest .of.brig Howard.-and t
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Eu Aigufctine! hick will l its \ % Y t" .
) ), I txept ct, be ( 300 tons 200 miles troin mouth t1 :
the best road in Florid The bndgesah Then by,taking advantage oftue interne. St. 4ugU,tine, Oct. 4 .On Sun Cant Alien* of brig GaUegd.. LWLIO rost.. ttIr&: Foolscap'Paper. : j

.' buiLt arc excellent, and the rOAd diute athams ft sloop'navigation can be I day tile 2d. inst. the city was. vii These gentlemen bye foil >wed the r Sealing Wai?lick:and red,- ,, v,. '. _

u cut in ue very bent manner. It is be. made into the bold and coirnnndious Va. i ted by a gale of wind which' raised seVan average,of forty-twb.years, Btotting P5peI.' Slte -'A .. -

i'\crttha he will complete it in three cassar Bay ofihe Mexican G lph.-The the waters in the' harbor" about and neither:of them *i$ e.Yer castawayi 1 quire1 Rtank books, ruled, : ..

II1l.111.hl. remainder of the paragraph we give in [The 'first tutted'gentleman -' Ink Pdwder black and.. 2 .,
W e have continued remarkably healthy, the words of the Editor i four feet, above-b gh wateKrnarkjand Pocket IJdoI..1: ; .
hId Uie heat appear to have been *'ll is supposed that a cut across Florida caused swell (whicii did con* ':belongs Jo Salenitlion4' .wJIaseli anw'" & ., ".'.

ku eicesMvc herr, than at any other which requires not more than twenty sidfcrable injury. ,to 'some' of 'the to Marbl'h'ead, the third to Bos Pen 11thNo1825.. .. : "...t: -

place I rave heard from. 1 l.e'therniome.kt five miles excavation would .reduce' .the houses which were within is ';in- tou,. 'and the last: Warren* It.'1.] -cola 1_ ._ -._. --:- -' -__r ). ', S '

Ittsnmgrd as high as 92, and that f loronly. distance between tie'worl anl and ,the h"ad ) -r> Motion Palladium.l .. iuinw4v'ii;:
the weather
ODt clay ." port oti4eYork'cnE half and save fromshipwreck fluentfej ; worn :a -.. "

property.. 'Which-' annually threatening aspedi ,pK, several, : 4Lm.' FROM .the Subscriber, f '

Sander-ibe following paragraph- estimated to S AOOO, lost on the keys days, and about day bre'* it ,blew BA.LilllolOcf. 5.Mirth ImnriirtheWayneCounty.orf Mpjtath r : .. :'
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-h.th a received by th.. week's,roa*.. and shoals besides a great Y.ng. of time with considerable \violence. from 'Ezir4 rdtntir.-A-" fewlay's : : Ifle ith, of .' ,". ]:. '

bi1y be cousidered a,;qwte,apropos i our and: exbenset 'In that case St John'i 'K. : from'tfhicli time.' the'gale ( sincef ihe .wile'of a respectable .Ocioberbrtinrjfrom3lrfnajnaJ ;

:J r) having taken the subject into 'river-would be the great depot cf our increased Ht Until nine o'clock when' mechanic in this 'city 'was 'delivered 1. PORT ": 'S :
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dtr-"lon. it be shipping. >At the, head of that bold naviatiun .
II to that the of three fine who
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hoped ..artatUUte
rctjJhe$"Ill l nut be unmindful yf their boats L bringing produce from New the wind shifted, to.zE.>| tod terminated boys, .eTls afcout 5 f et U.i. lJesbjp,.. .\.* _

&t,4. in casts of toimctionr'we hope Orleans.would supply ,them .with freight. iu thkt quarter'about midday. and 'heahh !1VW .t
I ee tbc&Q apply til'.M more pracUcaliiH 'This project, would .be. followed :by a. Four'schooners were ,'drirken ., A fUarfe employe4iB* oticof and,has'rather a down Ictok whe>:tpokais i. Jto.
hotber of equal'importanee which is, to engine ftbpblWktc'ble f.1
iiiciitiooed in tbe conclusion < watermark .
t1 tkbartic1e. COIU\Coct.tbe MUsisuppi with the\ilaotics: ':ashore above high 1 ., the Coirn wal( mraest EBgland, .." -, '':: ri''. ,to.lime,. ,..of tfce. :1Il1.i. ... '.
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+nn the National Intt&fenccr. by atmilar intersecttoni, 'of- rivers, 'com. one of'whicB atoVc.in,an out ild.ing railes J d.. ..ej t..J_ -'stat. eM ,. .... 5 '. ;"

We b.1 ( menciflgafii out of, the river Ibcrviilci .attached to Mr. Atiderson's f iA :a I"i'1,( ', side c_. -. :: I'i
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..terminating Mite SL jDJin'! *. 'baildi 'was i CSva4 .ii %MSiSHB> i -
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. 1ttpoadcq\ 'Virginia na :Wgasi moy&tufrnte obstructions b .ea.i, ..! t. o ;He had on wbert. fcC went awayaL.? r of'
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*t'L .&& 51a.n er. If i\& connect the IbettUle with'Oie Amit which toal1y.demoIishd I y tjiviugthe: \, ", ,, 1'J(- -4' ;'' !ft- :IVVlUee.t [ n : 'earned.'witk vkiai, : ; . : .; \(
.!tt could : ,part ne4t. tiie)' :rierihdC alnedari3 .IIIA ; f'. t\Q'e4.1vtl., iYY. oM:blue and wJSite;rcWnaabcefi-, .. .' g- J
be cored by argument j forms ,a commuiucation;with the Bay: of .u.ut.. .'.i .: i beo : 'J- -
\ 'filolllJl H publish his onsecurei fife mil s.canlhiag: 'uiueJfonsccure throwo', downJaad t ( r1a. ) "; 'I', sie. -' H:1'JID. )p.'f''WIRd. : ..ta".. b"- :_. 4"s .. ', .t.' .. :
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Itttt: sjHl.'the Perdidoj i one mile and 'Thji'ss,doa ''tGJsevraE::'.tWe e"p T ': 1' t 3' *t' '. ... ,.M_' ) ,_&III..: .
but from"the *of '
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V connect* with, t e lf foundationsexoe the "
remedy hai b tssy*, HenKCol> I houses by hevifig 9."t. .... .. ae, .(. .- Blrl'i.ilt, .Cmp1eettd: 8& :
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iQ frand 'goohsjid .iiy,making ed' toth1tb e' llwTne :L ii"JN'd 'n.r,1t.IQ...' < aadUoW ,"'
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with thit 'yiu \Ve la,lois. internal navipuion only, thirty>x, "f. i lief ikkrthindi- .
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"1Htigt COntempt, unless.tt 1. athettlM&i.to tb trJOb 'ijI1M ., .aa:op'eo an4ekosed sLtit9n wa& "Vi u :JI"" ..k'd2 h .';'Ut.. 4_- .- f the_'ttOn, tewed:" ra wthIhif ,' -. "'
.Lht ;would complete..chain of,Cahklsfroni throwo' d u.a.}' '8r9t HteI wos.Q co.toa-qd; ..Anypoho'aytake :t.u ..
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: tbtQe too for' ''' ttiiAw$ I !
., j"1:1ta or. 'OU' va.tt,. ,mtcrnal Mvigation time of warand : : many .. :n,. .' ".tf" t'. .'t' 1'" 1:1 jageo.tJiatJ jrutJitei ortake ;bus \eithe..1: .
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lILt.! M ly hoaesity applied' ...UK it imraen prptttio iheirlti ta\ "d not d ispose.. ,ftelr "r* tjip'i 'Ii"' -i: ".t ) GTlfieor.D. .H adnck, BuraA'Y'b'> t
,tral a gftti tIef4k ..:.ere31ha.; ;-; iiJJ" iWbe bersfly) atidd. :.:st&. "i. : -. .. ):
: .cases, fo be shape of _t_tlougb'. ..taeayqci I I ., .1I I II -Mf Mmbjw6 ,.. L..o...' .. ." t! ..f.Rire
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.a eeaeral sad well.selected ,.. Rues rn tittb ..--c .tbe following z-- : .
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arUaeet- ofi 'Ita,t oOpS'Dd fuatels J_ ,, .. KEW" WORKS. r.lcLJrti.a". *' '!f' 'b-rri r 61& r afl'j"' '. ."
Coa jon tod riretted till ": .
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y alted to the t, dl tend en i... ate: .Wash *<* ft*|>.lue &riatedpaifitea.a&dcream t LeUerSOD ,And Jola&d ia ive Minutes. G7f 6ltadi.r.; J t-

of colored plates s. Greece. ia. 1823. -" .UI .
r consisting the Greek ,..6. ;. lie
do do' do' GO' tarifflers aad with Documents '-
d 4
fine and superfine blue, bkckanddrabcloths. 45 NmaxBs 6BAUATSTO axDauwv.Each : Altl oeCJi..eIn-e. S
do do do dodohesasstd Hevol trots, awl the life of Uustaphan .

*1 do. do. .dx and mired caadmcres, do do do do teas,: .. -- the Kl'Jptaft, tbat it is the tsl7j'a16wd-.tIII.

'Sup. and low priced sattinetts do .. do do docb*"be1S Buchanx n Is Sketches of the North Atnelwfartheir Ticket hrcbtg.- 3 JfttB&cr+aeal c.i_ :'&KMOTt*.bars oil ware h k...,..;:

Tartan aDd Caroline plaids, do do do do ewcnrl.-, .rubwa ....trith a' P me- Iia. :ease!st! t8t -Iftpt t&e"!III. ,..

Men's ready made plaid oaks do do dodo ,: do pitdcri,, J. B. Tales, &'.A.M'lntvre we IxUere;that he makes .' ol. =

.t Green babe and flannels }. do do do bowla,.' Theodcr t::a Tale,aDd other Poems by ,. to bring them to *Jb> baWwhich.

+ Uprightaad beary'pint to telex Campbell,. Manager they caaat love iiit.e.
White, )'dlowaDd red do .... '
--- ..i-If> aDd ftrrshri
CK Jl 99M- we '.I c&ete
Plain and figured black bombacetts.Jftgured .. ALSO The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts nt.)Ac&atscr.oetste. Heat,! :
blue and pearl do Cogntac brandy,Holland gra, for P Cookery, &c. &c.&c gwrmmIrOF Garf aadass --. r
arid .
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"Denmark satin hangup cord, Madeira, Tenet ffe and LUboo wise, BioCTUpbr of the British- Stage,being thetthe' 8'ftC Ji-e.L.-- &tvaU .

,: Hose and point blankets Imperial and young hyson terra Lives { principal Acton Ac- THE Att MM. OHK STATE .es-behere frote that lie InIiJalia the 4llle,

Twilled neifio cloths rugs Loaf sugar,Jamaica coffee, 'Lite?\\tu-re Lotte reset timeD 'sleis=
U dnrine
r Real and imitation cashmere shawls Pepperpimento and mustard' The History of'.1attbew aid by theofValenus ) a truth AI iliad. lilt

lit,i iLSI Drab and colored Waterloo Shaw Shot assorted bar lead author &c. CLASS 3, for 1826. tai drill trap be.de kaosls 1I"pe.;.

'White do. do. poi s, Gunpowder in kegs and tanistas. Him>-View of Europe daring the 1 Prize or glCO,000; is glGO.000 >aMl a truth feel of 8f4dt-.r ail

"1 Imitation merino do. Cut nails a.orted,copperas Middle Ages, 1 do 50,00051,000 Joy tr it qty be oerre.ip'::
contribute
t .. F do and colored Cotton shawls Spe i a. candles yellow soap segos Spanish Daughter 1 do 2),00020,000 to all toe ts>r .ore CIa_

Valencia and toilineU% vesting*, I wilma pipes,chewing tobacco, sauftFlour The Human Heart 1 do 10.500 10,500 tous thatpuipose.an the Weare, tb IDt i.
that friends
Suansdownand Marseilles : in j bbls crackers in kegs The Highlanders a Tale 2 do 5,000- 10.000( in the rfbelicrers -. ...".

English and imitation black silk do. Rye whuvkey and gin in bbls. Scenes if' Europe,Scenes in,Amencs, "db 2.SW 10,000 tbe scriptures' & d ft

Beady made mats and shirts, I Porter,ale and cider in boxes The Blink Book of a small Colleger, 10 do 2Ui1)- 20,000 Christ Lord would aid '.

Paidm s and buckramsDomestic 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 window glass, Living Nays, 4th, 5th 6th, 7th 8th, 9th 39 T do "Jooo59,000 drrtakngt there And we JJC'Yah&\ f

y ]and s-t plaids and stripes Swedes iron,German steel. and Dth I volumes 78 do 500S9. laical are and a large number of r III
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do. do. checks and tickings Castings assorted, plough moulds j I TOCETBEXPaleys WITH 468 d. 1UU- 46a J States ho are eacrxcr trite that

dn. deninuarad coHonades Cotton bagging,bale rope and twine. Works complete, in 5 vote. 4,446 do 50Le9 doctrine beaVvcrssobiory p t .e a:
'. do. | brown and bleached shirtings44stram All of which will be soW wholesale or j Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols. in that of the of insncnaland ..,. .

rr loom and S Island do. retail at the lowest market prices for j Plutarch*! Lives, 8 vols.Josephuss 5,051 Prize, ; will assist Unity of t 3dkt

j Domestic brown & bleached sheetings cash cotton or approved paper. Works, 6 vols. 9,1$9 Blanks. Q QV' UV1 fellow in leadia- the_mads d'
creatures to tle bow
Ginghams and imitation searsuckers John Jerrisonjr.PensaoajUOct. Hamilton oa Purgatives, than 2 Bland to a Prize / truth as k is in Jesus by COlUri fI
Bordered robes assorted
; gingham furniture 1st, 1825. Armstrong on Typhus Fever Prizes Payable in the City ofNew-Tork, re atrab a xpostioQ_ dthe tI r
Fang and prints newest style Miner and uit p
.fir and Tully on Fevers forty days after the drawing but the cash Ihnoe tight, to. reiser 'ne a. fl
patterns Orfia\
ractkal Chemistry, by Core y8t
Bear clucks naburgs,brown Hollaed, Powel on Contracts aybehad immed-ate y, subjrct to the s.vtJI' pleasmgly hraunoa to f ;k lie

Pkttillasj Fresh Goods. Morse's New Gazetteer, teal deducting 1.f 15 per cent. of wise oL. to tbe baDe of Br&'e..u.tiac Sat. .

;-8 and 4-4' Irish linens assorted in Walker's Dictionan Octavo aDd Pocket --- J O")>>II mew

: w Sole and half pieces, RECEIVED by the latest arrivals a Mihon's)W arks 2 volsgift.Thompson's \-ri e of '1 ickels. the In columns addition of to-the prospect tlca
Irvh and Russia diapers 'Je SUB-.(ck .,,
general assortment ofGOODS : Seasons 1 voL gih -,
LaTO and linen a.mbricn.p.ak WholeSSO \rQUL-t\ :: : g2 50 the pubh*crs will nave tic Pl
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Beauties1 of Shakespeare do. ,Half.---- '. eaa
: 25 Eighth : ::: 625;: benefit olwrlectinj trwa ofTT
and other cotored do. > tu: ber
Campbell's Poems do.Henry's .
This is the most magnificent Scheme riodkal pubiica-ki: of
,; Ca;.. aud jackunet muslins Meditations do. the &::IIiand Ott
that has
ewer-beenbff'ctrd for '
tbe design, now
S*" $i and n.uU do. patronage pubksaed ia t&c .
i Pilgrims Progreaa. do.Pope' .
k of the friends -
uited the and
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r and book do
:Ptain figured 2 -
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3 :3 1-3 and 41.2 do. The szualJ
point blankets ntlmbeorofTickctsand tae primary
Patlinettscambrtck: dun,ties, objectpubhshers "
Shadows of "
K Lights Scottish Life do.
guh'1l nattier and collaretts Duffield and Whitney blankets I the unexampcd' demand for them is will be to iJlullratc q dd
7-4 to 1 4-4 double rose do.Flannels 4LSO, a sufficient warrant that there will not be the doctrine the trsrr? 4
wi S. ins points,insertion trimmings white & blue plains flushings kerseys The Sorrows of Wetter, Vocal Standard a chance left, far weeks before the day the souls or the hnsuaa, f bJ- !_'tl
.Bordcied white a: d cod cravata, aa'T aaI
>la crass llani\kerchie. sattinetts assorted qualities Life of Franklin, Paul and Virginia, I fixed for the drawing ; aDd that the price. UDity ofGd' aDd to d--:.. t.e '
vanety sup.and common clothS and casdneres WiHD.mjTeJl, GuIliTer'a-Tn.1'els. &c. &,-,. : of Tickets .Ui sh nJ) rise to $6O. I bo1rkdgt tiaereof; lie
Ik-attic do. and colored digs yet they wdl:ad
tt .,t G iuze and cashmere hd'kfs. brown k bleached shirtings&sheetings WBICI, i QC 'Gentremrn therefore requestedto rhea the coiwans oi The eJIM s;:;

Y' Bivre and Merino, d\).. superfine do. together with the stock heretofore on be anti in their application ; as all Or. well wnttea article wrnch emW&!
plaids stripes indigo and fun hand composes a extensive and den mailed before ended
BUck u1'nuncdo... t rue very general actualiy tile rise will io estabLsa a coatrarr dodrJt

r, {Ut daniia and flag do. 1 cheeks;varioo qualitiesA assortment of brooks and will bold c be entitled to be supplied at the present I but will reserve: to theGachtiae rSol
s at the K Turk for a.sh.- rates.
a Iay China dxW do. handsome Assortment price I a.aiawncrtWc om them in taeiaiarrf
Country Merchants and public<>r \ateLibranes'fumisbcd VNores of the Bank of candor
p the United : and nth thepot
r.ne and colored satins Irish linens {and lam ns linen checks, +ee deu0. re c-
on tbe liberal States and its _
r-;. Fbla.ck weir de Naples 4-4, 5-4 and:6-4 cambrics, most branches, and generally tendernesswhoa : C .
\.::* :B uck Jean<< tine, blAck cotton velvet iand 6-4. jaccooets terms triad such books as are ordered and the Notes of all Banks that pay specie t I tooof 'osoptact ucilo1e'
ate not JOB hand, will procured ,.itbQ ceived' at
par.
j they believe aHT&&JHS
B -ieiiJiaw* and sarcei: >ettscn Sup. cambric pncts new style, I mu.kai tam
aitdjcotored Mand nac crapes second & common do fuiiJture prints, little delay u possible. Order front a also Mercantile Draft at sight, oa any I OF PUIILIC-fTIO.\:
distance will be promptly o attended to of the I rge Ctirs, acid.Prize : : L lac
: do. cio. Canton do. bleached and brown Russia sheetin I, Tickets reCriveU publishers or lie'SZz".
l; and
gL meet with the same liberality as a trcciy in meet. Sad do
: pay aotcaiculate
i do do. Italian do. tKklenburgs hessxans i on, oar wisk lit
i ersoaal AU
Letters
tti .IM'D.$. black and white silk hose, Ladies white cotton: hose, application.W. to be post-jjaSd. I receive any pecuniary beaeSi ir.. ..

do. do. and colored worsted do.I white, black, slate and lead wonted do. Hasell Hunt The Maib away be relied on as being; Pimilcatroo, wad therd'.Ire, ria

do. and 3u'srs* white cotton do. hate: and grey ':i"oo1a.ud.. April 12th, 1825. penectlj aaJe for all remrtUaces. regulate tae sac of the papa xr-

>l lisse* silk and Vrgonu do. half base, Yates '& Ailntjre, to tac tileat of paironage" rt 1Ib.J rseJit :

; MeQ*: o or Itdajd do. half do. elegant figured silk Tor dresses Cc>ltaaaeat Br..1Y.' F.nt4.i H'jsHixcroM (ear : troy aa eatignteneu grad liberal y l&.:
.
' 1-do.black alai white silk do do. Barrege rubs,gingham and cambric do Sr :!7IJJ
":'f' do. a hue cotton duo assorted: and large assortment of other fancy andstaple I WILL receive proposals till the I I aDd with a fair t.pc, and foided BKa

.:t. Ch.ldrcn's worsted boots articles December ensuing, to furni&h 20th.Medical manner of Kites'"iVetkJj- Eeg za; i .

. .}. (.\tiun and silk suspenders 15 packages men's lined aDd bound. troops of, tic G er red Slites' Arm-, College aa ladcx tIe dale cf the 2taa waki. n ,
r : t Hens aud women's witite silk. gloves shoes are or ina\' be stationed at Cantownect 'A and rrserrocee: to nGya ,filj.a: .

Ji' do. do. ho>k>n do. thick: sewed,and pegged do & brogaoswomen's Brook with fresh beef, from tire 1st day 0' tolas>tae oi-pages. :

f. do. besver and dogskin, do. girl's and boy's leather saoes of Januarr' 1826, to include the alai dav. SOUTH CAROLINA.p QL Pnce 10 snersssill3e$l i8er -

11.tacA's white and ouktred kid do. and fine brogans eaf'a': mbel-.1SM.: fl'HE Lectures of this losthulioa asaaal. payable tae recd_ :

> .. Fglarrdtuille and_thread laces, 3 cases ** Brevsteis extra bearer hats The beef will be required to be delivered JL resumed: on the ecood will be I hat a.uslier.to tae /Txler.orj allf I

., Cotton Uce*. and tnngr, made to order. to the troops two dada in each November next, foUaws Monday of;. wao say',bold a aooscripdoaS3 pie, ear

.I-.t.' Mute and bout.a' wool hats bo)' ordo.. week (the days to be designated) ia such OBI iatmy as John Edwards: at the ea-! of six monthstiffieofthe lase tae

Sack and colored ilk alooiisFxl also quantity shall be requisite for their raw brook,*U. ISarjry > By Hoi- : pidkbcxDoa of the first avaieIV.

'tIq isl satin and belt sFa.cy 200 ps.Dundee & Kentncky bagging, fcons on'each day. Jasxs Rantcar So advermrmrcts will be awtei
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II;. ,. figured and stamped do in setts I.AJ coils bale rope, baling twine And I deem"it aecessary to apprise Baia cad PuS.csicr uiie.-s. ia the e.1IIQnnr SIIr.J sic i Ssa

BbcC .velvet mantua do SO barrels whiskey, .so bats ounce, those wbo may choose to otier to contract Henry Dictsoa, )I. D. .f.V.J except aobcescf tae death a.. r

., do anti; ttftd.C'tIand cords tt barrels loaf aid lugs sugar, for the supply, that the b< Buck Ostrich feainer*.artincxal BowS ens, SO baskets SW'ttt'oil, I. to be of the best wtuch the market D Heary Frost: M. of sro.scf blexator elf t kif.-

Fnc\ :necklaces and 'buckles 35 boxes 8 X 10-9 X 11->10 X 12 C1D.droird. aDd particular attention 1tHI'' O eicsmadDiarau IILre: sad 'aaetits, .

Fksiand sewng cotton assorted.Patent 1riDJo.gW.s., be bad | the butchering thereof;'as a n- i-----Thomas G..bdQoL* A'cad l aV.. A coeapeteat Editor .nr..rf.

and nan's unread., do. 3 tons castings 2 tons swedes iroa inspection of it wilt always be made Q-tb'w wad D. die .sa sS will be obtained,aad k a. wore

& j Bl.>e Italian sewing silk. German and hindered steel, Persons oflering to contract,will make f Brae .. JI D. P1Grmarsi-F.dmttad Ea- tcDdtdto-*- ii -. .erece the p "1: -m .

;y { Plain a4 d lined orasoU, 50 kegs cut nails their proposals ia writing, sealed ando cL- \ nrNl tad tae 1st day of the year UQS.X I
Bis&ry SiSzxv.
*"'f Sc i haw atvi sirce let umbrellas Madeira, TeocntFe and Malaga wines reeled me at this place, stating the Elliott L L D. Slepbea B. rYifitrrs of cevspapezs is de

Lvlter, cap and wrapping paper in quarter casks rate per pound in a single bid for whac.:a .Stales of Scum Caro;, Gcecja and

4, ; Bo..net boards spetlmg books superior old cog, c brandy they wll furnish, aDd they shall be ,a- S. Henry Dickson, ]I. D. Ahbaisa: w. a the Pastsaro,at c? two

lncHider| quails and pencils a few bo\e*otu St. Julie claret and ageneral formed af theaccepiance of their proposals JJcs*/ tLefatxty CcranJ.5 ia the same StI'es sr ebe

N.....'s Bt-avcraud ca>tur CUts, assortment of gtuccrics, foe sale either by kttd'from i&e or oa pe r- Angest 24 29-lOt. where, ,will rcceltc tae arse!"

do. Kor&tn a.d Wool do.Bo by tonal application to me, at Coatoan>enBrooke t nav iih to oabz3itie fr 7 V P ef*

).*s moruct o aad wool do. Stone & Nisbet. 1, oa the day abed coectionrd. SlIttBOSALSfkraxiscnt 1...aadllClad the m Fat

" 'Y .M'Q.s stra oonn t'$ and do.Men's Oct.tat. 1S2S. John Page, Lt. Ga. ua tbe 2ia of Decembenr >lesL:ass

1i fin: ourucco and calf bouts .be":. Cwt .)iltxzcsceKOTB row : cs M LZ5GZTUz: ; Gxo. 110 011 as ti stay be W-.Jfed.I--"zl ,

da. AaltttLD .Monroe do. A owtofthe sm scnpacc price, dutdrdnto
s 6M calf saoei -.d Ko proposals will be received SemiWeekly Paper
.doo pumJb- t e E-1.qr"3".SIci, _4Piiae
E. after
a do. thick brogaits anti shoes inYfl' the 19th Uccembcr. the day hireroS -i- ro Me MfrmeoThe '
",- the :: is 1 f Saos>kee' States,

11.vwvtu's moroccu boot and shoes To intruding tettler. end e sJE rr*, to lumted. 8 t30d Star of the uth. wao are fceadiy to tie Eben/'ef tit
i do. do beeledslms alai ,
ties
wAG gnTtd of Pita sad nce loltavn, *; .
t do. black-Valencia beeV-d ties coBBur waste on tAr firb Ile I To be devoted the
STLT1OY.UV. to ilktstratxn aad defrcce please to iiatrt tae above prct ta is i
do cOotrdsick do. do.and sprigs, land of the mterestiag doctnae of the tbexr papnssahna d< bey that

A ChiKlrcu morocco boots and shoes, OS BJLXD AXD Foci s.ALE JIT Tnt Universal HoBoess and bappioevt oft
do leather do. do. JfpHOSE dL lawless persons who are guilty Pensacola Bookstore J10Q s of tbehjoaa uulyaiidof the OTmE.
ofintroding ore lands of'the ,
Coarse acgto *4 oesia cases United Unity ef God. \ EREAS oo er aboBtcf IX 19e9i1,
States and of committing waste .loci.tr&rtna+ *-f&etnmarg murtsiitf >f
-F.H- acid P>w priced sk-kiics, ) oapuhEc! : j B,s S .f AdaW V Acgus: last, t a.tra JamdlJ!
timber ; fl'\UIu..s. fins Cina tier
,are herebf notified that mejuureahave smpctior quadlti. :
Ere., p'\bb side do. Lwwl- rFhakes were parked BfToaside :.e s..e
been taken for a rigid e&ldrceflnefitojthe F Letter, Folio and Cap paper, ..
Collars aa.d'4'X' whipa.Saddlebags of S&pEsla&:by Pedr b
saws of the _
United Wafetseiigu. meal
Sbtesis scaEerw cpazblis
sach cases, ,
and aaariingales. teI" etc the Sd .bIrfa am .hs
aa
made aid provided, hereby Peg Cork Glass wad Pocket Inkstands TtiE adsofthe papered ..
they are pap .
ordered
Curb and wailc bndtes,some TCIpenor ... JL ad-pt.- oflks.J.jI
y- to des-st firm such oflfeoces forthwith <. Bed laij Fowder w th *>t the c meet, wao epa towitorss =-
I" tb wetckera aaf
F Tortwse tockio aad ade ooaibs, otherwise then triB be prosecutedto l Jtptfmcd Sand Boxes Paint Boxes, taW::happisess;ef their feriastryoloe -aJmy1DS ...sPM&Ltier ,,

** Hock do. do. do. the utmost rigor of the b.... Red Tape ladiaa Bubber.. &aD. ia ismiag dw n.F4, X. 1i.. Faa
Given Lead aDd Slate 1IIa.Ia: of 'OC and ia beeresseen 1'" Esq. Xstaay
under
aakped aDd teary,pocket io., mv hail at the cite d Peccils Oajoas: C.tk -Tio W the '
Wyd kf4tIdI
..)lsatuit cap.lnq' and dressing;da. VTaihicgtoo,the 24th day of 1bJda.las.. Penal CaaseTsliurCfefJ Cssm ale. blessed cI i Caked kexaal Sta aad(4'. isuae.e detS t si:9g award...: ...

Jlorn and bone strsaendec buitoost Geo, Grafcastie bmdt able lake, Iin'e that *berr is ,ao 1"es '.. they- bt-.. W1m.k ''hestd "'Y! aaI .
ktloaatt
Button tauokls pearl do. c. ,, / -Ges dLaJHl. ,n4t84.1j. or. Dm."iIcPqcr fm .p-- oad.e-&CC.tIIe oa isahrors be paidmniLtili S6y per exsc .*

t; Gift C\*t and vest do.Iae ana therecfsor sstaaca*
aaoergst d t:dUd..
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and sup. needles andlnw pats; Cede BW= f. Ii j.1 twee the (ifl. .. -tWit ofsik .y; This is te Give Xetihaa. :- .
and
steel do.
's"vtrettuid'i awOt knubng' Thunbk Y Ii.I a01 --- Do. J.. p-.--.alf -[,.1II!.{:e- ,sad mewl __i tae sad award ks bea6.a '

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co. Watch and toe apphrnTyn of ks ,. hue beta iota'
guar b ; Ee-l- [4 j papa .
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dodo da pea dirt and jack da a' LG4J.f W. Hasell Hast :Gilsaatrthepawu'-i <<(la .dof I TIle 011 ar et awaen saaCame. ..
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