Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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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: May 1, 1824
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PDBLISIIED KTXET SLTVDDAT.r favored nations' in. ,the, United the world,thus aflbrding asflen- ':federated ..violence. and, terror.-*:} justi ais preparing' : &eg bolts/to;; .
By \V, ilA ALL HUNTIDITOR States. i did illustration, .irrefragable (Applause.) Ifany tiling more Cast_ down the.pride ott>eroppress'prs. .
f In testimony whereof, I have caused proof, of the, possibility of 'reconciling were required: to shev the_ superior -;, { May we hope- too, that the J
AND PROPRIETOR these letters, o be n.ade patent, and ,the utmost'' extent of freedom security, as well as energy and though
of the Lavs oj the United States. the seal of the United States to be tardy. somewhat .
publisher hereunto affixed. with the maintenance of pub- happiness of free government, I reluctant. of amore liberalspirit
dollars in ad- r
Subscription Five year Given under my hand, at the City of lic authority, and the greatest or- must beg merely to contrast the t -and a true sympathy with
nnce. Advertisements inserted at One I \V.l hingtonth twenty third da) der, tranquility and security to condition of South America, as it English feeling which havelately
Dollar for every twelve lines or under for of February, A. D. eighteen liundp with the most still '
un- with
private rights, was very lately- that of appeared in some of the. measures
the first insertion-each subsequent insertion ; daml twenty-four, and of the I bounded exercise of the ,
political ones. happy country to which 1 have of our administration, may lead to
Independence of the United Statesof
'Flft-)' Cents. America, the forty-eighth. :What else, indeed, can furnish so been referring. These Southern an entire restoration of cordiality

M- JAMES MONROE.By conclusive and triumphant a refu- settlements had the advantage of with- our kinsmen of the newworld
the President : tation of the pitiful sophisms and being earlier established-and followed and place us once more in w
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, absurd predictions by which the from the first by the fostering the delightful relation of ,fellow

r Secretary of State, advocates of existing abuse have at care of the parent state.-:: They laborers, in support of the same 3
all times endeavored to create a were placed in a more fertile soil rights-and fellow champions of

JAMES MONROE, jealousy and apprehension of reform and a more propitious climate ; ',:the same regulated freedom.When ..-.

President of the United States America\ ? You cannot touch the but they were governed, by nonresident I tyrants confederate, freemen -
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: most rorrupt and imbecile. government despots, and given over to should unite-when bad men

; Satisfactory evidence haying. \Vithout unsettling the prin- bigotted priests and courtly favorites league together for oppression i ,
hh been exhibited to me, that ANTHONY ciples, and unhinging the frameof and wanting freedom, all good men must join for their safety -
t L BAn Y AUTHORITY. D. DUFF is appointed Vice society, you cannot give the the blessings of nature were turn- and protection. It is in this

l'!! the terms of the District Consul of His Most Faithful Majesty people political rights, without ed to curses. Their treasures spirit, and for this purpose, that I
act to change for the the King of Portugal, forNew encouraging them to be disobedient were exhausted, the population : offer this toast to your accP taupe. ;
; of the United States Kentucky -
Court District. -Yoi k, East Jersey and Connecticut to,lawful authority and sowingthe withered and shrunk. under them ; When the people and the government -
1 hereby recognize himas seeds of continual rebellion & both races were degraded by their are identified; it is most respectful
lI Be it enacted by the Senate' [and I such ; and declare him free to perpetual discontent nor recognize mixture ; and they became at last to speak'of them under the

House of Representatives of the i exercise and enjoy such functions, popular pretensions in any among the governing classes, a name of their .ruler-and as the
.' United States of America in Congress i powers and privileges, as are allowed shape, without coming ultimatelyto l degenerated and corrupted mass, i President of this Imperial Republic
aS8e1l1b/rd,That, from and af 1 << to Vice Consuls of the most the b 1itio .\of all destinctions, which mouldered away, and dissolved has done himself such distin-
t i, ter the passage of this act, the favored nations in the. United and the division and destruction of in its own rottenness ; till guished honor, by the manly, wise
sessions of the District Court of States.in all 1 pi open l y, without involving it fertilized the soil over which it and dignified Message he has addressed -

Ii! the United Stales, in and fur the testimony whereof, I have caused ciety, in short,-in disorders at once was scattered.for that rising and to his countrymen, and
,i Kentucky district, shall commence these letters to be made patent, and frightful and contemptible, and reducing glorious harvest of liberty which:: through them, to the world, I :
i ii and be holden on the first Monda\ the seal of the United Stales to be all things to the level, of an now covered it with the beauty of hope to meet with your approbation -

i! of May and.. of November, in each hereunto affixed. insecure, and ignoble, and"vblpodyequality. its promise In the North. the, in proposing :-
(! year, instead of the terms now appointed Given under my hand at the City of Such are the reasonings lot of our emigrant countrymen "The Health of-the Presidentof
Washington, the 23d day of February -
1, by law.Sec. in .the year of our Lord one by which we are now to be 'persuaded \ was cast in more ungenial regions the United States of America,
!, f. 2. And be it further enacted. thousand! ei !, four and of the Independence of with private happiness or national, totally neglected 6r but coldly tions against the encroachments
That all motions picas
process the Un.ted States of America, tIlt
i and suits, returnable to the term : prosperity, and that* the despotic supported by the mother country ; of tyranny.
forty-eighth. oft world but with them that i innate .
governments e ought tobe carrying --- -
of said court, heretofore appointed JAMES MONROE.By .
i maintained, if.it. were only to lovc of freedom, which I trust PAUL JONES.
iI to be holden in April next, shall the President :
I protect the people from the consequences will run forever in the' blood of all The admirable Production of
eland adjourned and continued over JOHN QUINCY ADAMS,
.. of allowing them any con- Britons,,they surmonnted all diffi- "the'Pilot," the last, and in sonic
to the May term, next_ appointed Secretary of State.
be effectual =- trol over the conduct of their rulers _culties ; and even under the colonial of its scenes, the most interestingof
by this act, and shall as -
f. in law as if the said April ;\\\\1. C :L'L.\yv""i. To these we need not now and not 'always equitable government Cooper's novels has been some- }
.t. had not been abolished. answer in words, or by referenceto of 'England; they made 1 time before the public. The hero
.1'r' term The following speech was delivered '- past and questionable examples; very considerable advances in : of the tale is well known to its readers E
.1'r.1'r ( H. CLAY, by Mr. Jeffrey, at the Anniversary but we put them down at once, fie wealth civilization and since as the celebrated Paul Jones.
!r Speaker of the H. of Kepresentatives Dinner in Edinburgh, on trample) them contemptuously to they have been left to-build for A' deliniation of his character has

:,. DANIEL D. TOMPKI\S. the 26th of Jan. given by the friends the earth, by a short appeal to the ; themselves on this' ,firm foundation appeared in the New-Hampshire
:t Vice President of the United Stat es, and admirers ol Mr. Fox, in commemoration existence and condition of America, : have so multiplied and increased Historical Collections,from which
and President of the Senate.
of his principles.At (Gi cat Applause.) What is the in the land, and advanced Ne.wburyport Herald has gathered -
!,t Washington, March 24, 1824-Approved, thii Dinner the chief Whig noiiility! country of the Universe, I would 1 with such miraculous rapidity in the following particulars.John .

:,;i JAMES MONUOE. and gentry of Scotland attended ; now ask, in which property is most I wealth, population, industry and Paul Jones was born in

,'i ir. T and-it was before such an Assembly sacred, or industry .most sure of power, as not only to put to shame Galway county, Scotland, in 1747,
I,f'I. An act to authorize the employing of certain that this eloquent tribute to the its reward I Where is the authority : the stationary communities of Europe and could lay claims to but humble
assistants in the General Land Of- free institutions and cheering examples of law most omnipotent ? but even to make her statists' parentage. His father had been a,

i!1 jice. of America was, pronounced W )ere is intelligence and wealth and political economist revise and gardener to the Earl of Selkirk.

n, Be it enacted by the Senate and -We l\ave the more pleasurein most widely diffused and most rapidly -. re-model their systems, to corres- His original name was John Paul.
"i,,ri I House of Representatives of the making this' Speech 1 public here, progressive ?' Where is society -' pond with their unnatural and excessive The son deceived the same name,

if;i!, United States of America in Con- as we have reason to know that in its general description : prosperity Such, m}- and was taken into the family of

1','I'i'I eres. assembled, That the Secretary Mr. Jeffrey differs entirely in his most peaceable;and orderly, and Lord, are the services which I the Earliof Selkirk, and was there ,
of the Treasury be, and he is sentiments of our country from the i moral, and contented ? Where conceive America to have rendered educate under a private tutor. At ''

,1 i licrcby,authorizcd to employ in tlwGeneral P riijudicednot to say venal, conductors i are popular tumults least. known, to the cause of liberty ; and the age of fifteen, from what causeis

j Land Office, for a term of the Quarterly Review, and the spirit and existence, and though they are, as I apprehend, at present unknown, he took up
,1 1, not exceeding twelve months, one and that, while the latter loses no' almost the name of a ,mob least truly incalculable in value and amount with a seafaring life and after a-

,,,' assistant draughtsman and two co- opportunity of disparaging our, .heard of? Where, in short, is it is pleasing to think that regular ? apprenticeship, became
lorers, for the'purpose of completing morals, manners and laws Mr. political animosity least prevalent they have been rendered, not only master ejf a vessel, engaged in the
", ,, the maps directed, to be made, Jeffrey takes pleasure in bearing faction subdued-and, at this without sacrifice or effort on her West InY dia jvoycgcsjto \trade. In one of his

!by a resolution of the Senate of the testimony to their purity and effect. moment, even party nearly extin- part but almost without her Tobago, a mutiny arose
United States, passed on the twenty -- .V. V. American.Mr. guished, in a prevailing feeling of consciousness or co-operation. in the'hip, which was q uelled,
eighth day February, one Jeffrey rose, and was welcomed national pride and satisfaction,? They have flowed like a healing but not (without the death of one
., thousand eight hundred and twenty ) with long and loud applause. Where but in America ? (Immense virtue from her existence and her i the mutineers. When arrived at
three. After this had subsided, he pro- Applause-) America, that example. She has only had to be Tobagoj he delivered himself up

1i,i Washington March 24, 1824-,Approved, r. ('derl.-Though it is the princi- laid foundation of her Repub- free and peaceful, and happy, and to trial, and ,was acquitted. After
pal business of>a meeting like thisto lican Constitution in a violent, radical prosperous in her freedom, to put acquittal he returned to England
1 1 3AMES"MON110E, do honor\to the champions of sanguinary revolution ; A- down the disgusting sophistry of and was threatened with

I President /the' United Stale: of America,' our own ri: 'firstand the principles m rica, with her fundamental democracy -.the hireling advocates of power, I imprisonment in order for anew
of our own freedom, I propose made more unmanageable 1 and to give the strongest encouragement -I trial. Feeling, probably, the
1 1I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCliMN : nowwith. your Lordship's indulgence and apparently more hazardous : to all the nations of the injustice of such a measure, he

1I I I Satisfactory evidence having to bring under its'notice the by being broken up into I do earth, to emulate her happiness & quittedhis; country,' and took refuge -
been exhibited to me, that RE.VE concerns' and the merits of another not know how many confederatedand peace by imitating her freedon: America[ on the eve of the

iJ ii' GODARD is appointed Vice Consulof country, which, though I independent democracies ; For these sCl'vices'"for that encouragement Revolution. It was here that he
.! his most Faithful Majesty the thank God now foreign and independent America, with Universal Suffrage, -for these lessons added to his paternal, mother's,
i! King of Portugal, for the State of in relation: to us, I trust and monthly or weekly elections, she is entitled to our warmest gralitude. maiden'hiame, Jones.-On receiving

'! South Carolina, I hereby recognize never will' be regarded as alien either a free and unlicensed press ; without But the time is perhapscome a lieutenants commission, he
him as such, and declare him to the people Britain or the an established priesthood, an when she is, destined to. render cmbarkfd'in the expedition,.under
free to exercise and enjoy such common interests of liberty. I allude hereditary nobility, or a perma- still more active and essential Commodore Hopner,against New-

j functions, powers .and privileges, my Lords, to the. U. States nent executive, v. ith all that is services, and to confer still deeper Providence. A: his return, he
as are allowed to Vice Consuls of of Amr1. '(A nth lauie.) It is combustible, in short, and preg- obligations. was too much per- was appointed! to command a sloopof

the most favored. nations, in the not any part, however of my purpose r.ant with danger,,on the hypothesis haps to expect-that, while her 12 guns, and a.short time, after,
United States. to enlarge .on' her. present of tyranny,and,without one of owntpeace: and honor were ,not in to a shi>) of 16 guns In this he

In these testimony letters whereof to be made I hive caused greatness and growing importance the checks or safe-guards by question, this infant giant should cruised! in! 1778, around the coasts

the seal of the United States patent to, .and be or the mighty influence which alone they contend the be- stretch her unnerved arm across of England Sc Scotland,made des- .
1 hereunto, affixed: which she is destined hereafter to nefits or the very being of societycan the broad ,Atlantic, merely to control cent .upon the coast of Scotland,
Given under my hand, at the City of exercise on tape: fortunes of the be maintained ?-(Peals',of the- encroachments of foreign near thtrEal'l' of Selkirk's. house, 8ccarriedjofF '
Washington,the tweety-t herd day : world. To that futurity it is animating Applause.) There is somethingat despots, anict-jstranger ationsortesti the'family plate, which

February Independence,A..of D.the 1824, and of the I to look forward-and to once audacious and ridiculousin otherwise than by her was aft|rward restored. He land{
pf America the fortyeighth.JAMES States I think;that there is :nothing. in the maintaining such, doctrines, in practice, he scorn'or-their preten- edalso t.t' Wittetiat: ,en, in Cum-
: l10NROE.I I prospect,it presents' to us that is the face of such experience. Nor sipns_ .,. and her abhorrence ,of the berlan shire, but without causing
By the President : :not bright with_ the promise of can any thing 'be founded on the acts by,;which they are animated material i injury to the inhabitants.In .

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, ,,great improvement But it is ra' novelty of these institutions. ,or the Hut'as 'socn as the menace or-their cruizing;T the same. year, off
Secretary'of' State. th'er to h rprest"nt' condition. j *. and pretence ,that they hanot yet arrogance.directed. .to. the 'shoresof the Irish coast he 'discovereda
to the advantages have already been, pill fairly on! their trial.A- that, majestic ,continentAohe- -British vessel 'by the. 'na'me'C
JAMES l\IONI10E, ,. derived from her, :that: .I wish to merica has gone on" prospering; extreme of which is guarded and the Drake, in the' harbour of Walerford -, f_'
President ctill the attention of the meeting.For under them for forty' 'years-and isariclified by her sea" t-as soon as 'and challenged her ,to
of the United State* oj Jneriia.,. to my mind that nation,has has exhibited'a picture, of'uninterrupted the orders other land profaned combat The challenge she 'accepted ,r

TO ALL WHOM IT=MAY CONCERN: already' .done' the! most,. essential. rapid/and unprecedented. -by tl um )Ur"eve: of the unhallowed and. was: beaten.' -
Satisfactory! evidence havingoeen service". to-" the .cause. of freedom' advances in '\YeaJt ,p'ptJlation, intelligence approach, of the principlesor.powers In;.the ,summer of: 1779, a squadron -
+ exhibited tome,,that ROBSUT not perhaps so much by the, cphduct'pf and concord, while all :of the Holy. Alliancethere was fitted put, over which.
i n.A.tulY is appointed Vice Consuloj her'people,'.or bythe. acts 'the arbitrary geverhmcnts or, ';'.t hold issues forth' that calm, .resolute Mr. Jones was appointed.commander. :
J pus. .most 1 Faithful, Majesty the ofh'er'government,, as by her'mercexistent1 world have, been, overrun withbankruptcies' 'awful :'voice of .dei rP1ined .. He sailed in the Bonne,,Hom-
htn g of Portugal,for the. State: of In peace" respect" and ,'conspiracies, rejbcfe l :rloeedom''and prepared resistance me Richardof; 40 gnus,-and 415

'l Alaryland, 1.,do hereby .recognizeurn prosperity, underinstitutions! more, lions, andrev.olutlonst.and:' are ;..al.this at. which .,the'heart: 'of the tyrant: men, 'This:squadron 'sailed' from
p--- as such, and_,declare him free practically :popular, and a,constitution moment trembling in'ihfc: !quails more. fearfully! than' at, the France on the J4th August.. and

|P exercise and enjoy ..such, tune more-purely; democratic;, .consciousness of their: insecurity,' loudest note- of defiance' ,'and which, was successful. .in making a>.varie, ..,
.: ious U powers and 11ft v lie gesas'are than has/ever prevailed amon :,c'yilised j '1 and vainly endeavoring. to repress I like :the. 'loiv. Ynultterlrig: ;' ;of, the' ty.of. captures i, both, :of:merchant1vessels !:

owed to Vice Consulsofthe! most men from the beginning irrepressible! discontents,by'a.con-. thunder. -announces' ..that avenging, and', vessels:;of.: war'::. .1&.;.a'
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.rest of his, forces, but, he Was re* that a brig eWy h.i1IgJ: j ,. .
c joined' by them about, 'the 1st of :APPOINTMENT- BY THE PRESIDENT was aground oh the I 'ida.Reef; S.:lost from twelve ,to :fifteen men D prosperously there, forthe' cam ie"
: ben < 'on which ,he.. was not allowed 'to i killed,: besides wounded. The of liberty.. Jamaica
F f September.lHe: ; cruize4 about BY'anc with the, ad vice and: constntof ; papers re-
the north-east coast of Scotland the Senate. work by the American. wreckers ship and brig sought protectionunder ceivcd at Baltimore to the, [-iust.

and formed the ,daring ,CU.\ULr.S D. COXE, ,of :New Jersey there... On passing great Isaac, observed .- the guns of the fort at Ara contain advice from Peru as lat
that vessel apparently an co, to which they had been forcedto as tile 26th.December/ '
plan of levying a contribution to be Consul of the United a ; by which it
upon the town of Leith. This States, for,the City and Kingdom. American and :square rigged, had retire; their, loss is not ascertain appears,that the Liberator BoUnr

vas to be 'etrecled'y putting himself do'(: unis.. Nat Int.> been :.wrecked there'and 'dashed to ; ed. It was understood' that the had proceeded against the rebel

off as the commander of a'Brjt- pieces. It is supposed the crew Gen. S. II had not sustained much general Riva Aguero, in order t*

.. ish squadron, till his plan could On.. the 16th ult. the President., must)have: :all,perished.as: two bodies damage otJlerw !>> .-JV. Y. E.Poxt.Poisoning. put him down by .force of arm -", '

: be put in execution, and :then to the United' States, ..presented" "to Ge( ;ln,:a,putrid state .vere, found but that on his ,Excellency's aplproachf

:, demand a rat ttom of the town' for i neral Jackson the GOLD MAL! i lying 'oyi.thc shore. A, Lantern .-A man named John an'officer belonging to,A-

I 1100,000/ the'alternative of suffering heretofore'voted to him ,by Congress bag, with *' BRIO; HECTOR" marked Skinner has been tried, and orderedto guero, proclaimed: the union cftho

a. total destruction of the for his gallant: defence, of :on it, 'was also found- on the be executed on the'23d of April troops he had seduced with the .

town. This deception was discovered New Orleans. At the same ,time rocks."-tfalt. Amer.A : next at Edenton,(N. C,)for poisoriing ,legitimate governments, fcrresteoV". ,I

t' just as squadron !had'hove Judge Todd, of the,Supreme GOurt, .... -his brother about three years '.he' traitor and his adherent Gen.

I to before the town of Leith. On representing Governor_ Shelby of good argument against fm/i. .rison. ago. A petition: it is said, is to be Herrera, and delivered" them up, tt

I this he immediately put to sea, and Kentucky, received the Medal ment for df6:. presented to the Governor to par noli' r. The 4000 men corn .
I on the 22d of September arrived off which had been voted" to him for One of the Osare Indians, who don this unnatural wretch. This posing this force, were in conse* "

yiamhorough Tiead. While here, thecaptu e, on the river Thames, was on,a visit Washington City illjudged; compassion convicted quence] united to the main body, ,fcan

he discovered the Baltic fleet convoyed of' the Br.usii army under General 1 a few years ago, being at Baltimore villains ought to be frowned upon 'end put to'the intestine discordthat

by a frigate and a sloop of Proctor. was shown every thing in'the by every good member society. threatened the destruction 0?

war. and. after the most desperate latter city that it was' supposed Ibid. the free portion ofP ru. The two' '

[, I battle that has ever been recoided- : State Road from Cahatoba to Pen could interest the attention; of one Chiefs before,named had been cont

made himself'master of both of sacola.We of the native lords of the forest.- From the American. ducted Guayaquil to be sent to

them. The captured frigate was areauthorised to state that Among other things his guide Gentlemen am too old to frequent the Isthmus', and from thence to

the berapis, of fifty guns, and the the Road from this place, by the conducted him to see' the gaol. fashionable parties myself, Europe.

: sloop of war, the countess of Scar- way ufCedar Creek and Pine Barren :- I, After viewing it with attention, i but I 'hear both my sons and my With

borough. In the formed there were is well opened and in good or- he exclaimed. what's dat ?" the I daughters! so loud ,in, their praisescf Cruz who regard to General Santa
was to have
137 killed and 76-wourtded the : dcr.-A good Ferry is 'at Cedar reply was u the gaol. Indian- a newly introduced dance, call ,routed in

latter, 4 men killed and 20 wound Creek, and a Bridge at Pine Barren .' what's goal ?" His guide an- ed, I think, the Spanish. dance, completly firing a shot find battle, without ..'

cd. The Bonne1' Hoinme Richard. ; these stl''ams'ere the only swered a place to put Indians in, that 1 am anxious to know whether ,, his suc l'SS", we nothing but

lost 165 killed ad had 137 wound- obstructions of consequence between who don't pay the skins they.owe ;" the following lines, which I remember -:I same : "Gen.spoken Santa of in the.

ed.-More than 1,500 persons: this and the Florida line. (skins being the medium of changeor are quoted .by that excel- with a papers column Cruz,

were on I'lamborough head spectators Cahavoba Pre88. symbol of wealth among the lent writer, Miss Edgeworth, ap-: Arica, strong and with the remained at

of this bloody conflict. North American Indians.) Having piy in any degree to the Spanish ions of Colonels Lanz efficient divU '
Some time in Decem- viewed it for some lime with dance. Perhaps some of your and Ur
Strange. dimenea fro'm
Jones seems to have been a man, the provinces 'of
berlasta gentleman came 10 the astonishment, the untutored child youthful readers will inform tne, ,
capable of the most daring deeds, town Coosuwda I calling himself of nature gave: this reply, worthy through the medium cf your ,pa- check.Upper"Peru The, kept the enemy in .
from his and his arts account
botn bravery we have
of Socrates Plato Franklin
James lostor hailed from new- a a or a per.
"ofdeception. instance -)( the Indian catch skins already published of the arrival of
York. He had been in this state about ,- can no What the girl I adore, by.another.embl".1cec.l1 the Chili n
latter occurs in a case of attack dare I /"-Co/. Observer. auxiliary armyat! Cal. .
three He had, during ::
uponita English frigate, superiorto that.linfe been years.in the middle & lower 1 I What the balm,of her breath shall another lao, consisting.of 2500 'nJen' ,*to ba "
him in force off the island of Mr. Allen the honest conductor I man taste ? followed by 600 more, is also con .
of the He came to
Bermuda. Happening to fall in parts state. of the Baltimore Chronicle, thus : What! touch'd in the twirl by another i firmed. These accounts, it is 'ad. :
this he > immediately Coosawda with tht fever and ague, man's knee ? ded, agree with the public
vith frigate, was his editorial affliction .,papers
givtth vent to
hailed, when he returned the which has Ween his constant companion What panting, recline on another than at Lima, which mention the marchof

't name of a ship of the British navy. extremely for 8 or low 10 spirited.months ; and He A: Hint.-Our correspondents Sir-she's me ?yours.-From the grape your the Liberator, with the Colombian *
This satisfied toe English captain would han brushM the soft blue, troops, towards Truxillo,
I, has been in Coosawda ever since "ohlige us, by furnishing us
The Peruvian
who, as the sea was rough and as with From. the rose you have shaken the tremulous Government is now
Tuursday evening when more legible manuscripts ;
till last as dew, left
it near night ordered him to to contend against none butiu
was ,
: of the marks would
he resided and some one sup
the by What take
you'vejottcA'rfyou may ,-pretty external enemies for'the
till the Inor.'ow'when extermination
keep company whom he had been, kindly treated, pose, were made by a spider who WALTzEUadieu! of
he would send his boat whom the Patriots of Peru
to he came had escaped from the ink bottle, AN OLD OBSERVER,
were, going supper will
:bourd. But the morrow never re-unite their effortsinstead of
and ran over sheet wniie ..
downstairs, & walked towards the a paper,
: dawned on the helpless Englishman : employing themselves silly :and
Alabama river and has never been with two of his legs afflicted with
i; for Jones, getting up within heard of since. the palsy."-Ibid. The question Is Duelling, under fruitltsscabals.( Such is the iri '

pistol sh.ot distance, discharged a seen or any circumstances, justifiable ..umh of reason and a pop
that the
It is feared
: broadside iuto him. and immediately unhappy' Two convicts of the names of ?" (says an Edinburgh paper,) lar representation: against the ,

I weal ing ship discharged the strangerabove suicide by alluded leaping to into, committed the ;:Hiram Lindsay &' Leonard Love-' WAS lately discussed in a debating force of which all the attempts of.

l other, when the English '('sSl'lI j:joy effected their from the society ; and after a very keen 8c ambition will! be vain. Riva A- !:
of'a ,
Alabama the body man escape
I sunk with every soul on board ,her. as j state Auburn the 1st animated debate, was carried' in guero, who, so long as his conduct \' .
at on
was been a few days since, near I i prison ,
; Jones was then in the United inst. in the affirmative. Two of the members was consistent with the public wel-.. '
Selma drifting down the river. a very ingenious manner. .
Stales frigate Ariel. On peace taking espoused the argument so fare and the will of the naioDt.f *
Mont Rffi. of April 3. They having access to a room
place, Me returned to Europe. in which one of the turnkeys kept zealously, that they ultimately retired joyed the esteem and high consi.
I ami going to ':;Petersburg! wa's his their and carried their theory into deration of the Peruvians, will,'
clothing they exchanged
While Jacobus, of Morris-
I honoured with a coimmr sion. in for piactice. One of the parties was from henceforth, hold a dishon-

i the Empress Catherine's fleet, town, since\. J. was boiling the fire soap in a ft'wda'S the own those parti-coloured of the citizen, and garments in this disguise severely, though not dangerously ourable place in our history, for*'
when tii- English under him refusing ,- wounded. having aimed at setting himself above --
house, the kettle fell, and 5 of her' very deliberately walked out the
IW to serve, inwas transferred, children were scalded-two of' of-the prison and made 00-1h. : ... national representation*
to a command under the Prince uf Mastnic.-Benjamin Chastelier, for provoking a civil 'war, and fcr*
them to death and the other two
KU&sau' HwU acting against the verybadly.-A'*. r..Eve. Post.Melancholy. FIRE.--The dwelling house of a Frenchman, an expelled Masonby nithdrawkg troops from their
r uruish ilt'et. !Here by a, successful Alexander'Baldridge, <.f Romulus, the Grand Lodge of Maryland, and sole duty-that. combating -

btraiuge, he put the Turkish .-A lad only New-York, was consumed by fire after defrauding the several Lodges 'the enemies of their country
fli'ti inio the "iower of the Prince of in of $60 left and maintaining the public--
( 12 years of age, was lately burnt to on Monday night last week, and Lexington Ky. ;
"who wantonly set hon fire, & thu: death while asleep in a chamoer of two twins of the.age of two yeais, that place, supposed for Nash- liberty. .

barbarously involved the crews in a dwelling house, that was destrojd the youngest children of Mr. Bal- ville, Tennessee. Masons axe cautioned -
on,: !general destruction.: Ou Jones drid burned death. The to be on their d.
by fire, Washington, (Conn., ) e, were gua I
r tia enuant from the service, he The fire originated in the very culpable -I fire originated in some ashes which Sparta Re-view. Colombian Re/zublk..Ar, arrival

went to France, and, after living practice of depositing hot had been taken .up and depositedout r- -- t at Baltimore 16 days} from

through the first stages of'the rrToluiion asheSifl.LWOO(1efl vt'ssel-16id side the house.-16. Laguira, brings information iht
died in the city of Parisin FORK1GN.
I ever/ thing remained quiet in C: -
the )car 1792. Prom the Pldlailelphia Gazette, March 25. By an action recently brought in' I lombid.: The markets/were/ ratht'rulI&overstocked

A white man who has resided a- the District Court of Philadelphia, SMYRNAJAN. 10.-"For the last ; but since the fall

1i. rnong the Indians for about 40 years for damages against the owner ola t three weeks we ar'e in great agita of Puerto Gavt-llo., cpmmercial. men

.1, MISS WARD'S RIDDLE. has recently repaired lo Detroit to dog, by which the. plaintiff was tion here. The Greeks have got felt themselves generally secure hitheir

: A late Brattleboro' Messenger endeavour to ascertain his lends, bitUMi in the right leg, .so bdlas: the dominion in the Gulf, and most 'persons and piopertyand relied .
and be restored them. He to be confined the of the vessels loading here have "with
I' contains the following article- t to was to house for fie confidenceon the capability
when taken six weeks besides discontinued their. labors, becausethe of the "
so young prisoner by or losing his government to protect
MR. PUT AM-Thl. ,
newspapers the Indians, that he has ncTdistinct situation ,ati a watchman, the Jury, navigation of the Archipelago their;interests. The emigration of
us, that the late celebrated '
recollection of the place where his after being charged by the President -, presents no security. The. European strangers to Colombia, was very
English Miss ANNA SEWARD
poetess family dwelt but from the of the Court Consuls have addiessed themselves -: with
left a riddle in, her will with ; description gave a verdict I limited, the exception: of merchants
he it is believed for the \'aiulo the regency at Ips.ata. -
gives to plaintiff.for 275 dollars damages. others dependant on
a premium fifty pounds sterling '*
to the who should solve have been some wheie on the Ken The President said-"The ,.hat particular class ; and it was *

IfrI it. Here is person the riddle : tucky River.. His name, also, is a law is clean, that, if a man, who "A report prevails to-day of a the opinion of many personst that

mailer of doubt, but he thinks it is knows that a dog belonging to him great misfortune for the Ports. It mechanics, such as. carpenters,

The The noblest object in the work of doth art, John Johnson. He was playing is vicious, and addicted to biting 1S s.\ic1 th'atthe fleet which they : blacksmiths, hatters, taylors, shoemakers -*
brightest that nature impart
I, ," gem wi'h a bow and arrows at no great persons, neglects to take proper: Sc nave been hastily equipping the ; cabinet'makers', etc. nii-%

I a The poitii essential) in a lawyer's case, distance frorn his (fathers! house, effectual(' precautions for restraining sea Marmora, for the protection grating to that country, would

The. well known signal in the Cine o when he was surrounded bv six the dog from running at.large, of Smyrna, has been almost totally IUlet'with great encouragement,

peace, Potuwatomies: led by a chief, who the owner is esponsible fur any injury destroyed byli violent tempest in particularly if they should take

!l I. The ploughman's prompter, 'when he ad planned the expedition with a which may_ arise ,to any per- the, Dal'denclles-five! frigates and, with them three or four apprentices .
Unves the plougn, |
; The so1cl-c-'s duty, ana tue lov r's vow jew of mukin; prisoner of some son from the viciousness and ill six Wigs: have been thrown, nth, as few, if anyare to be had in

.', ,. /a The planet, seen' between the earth ;/1". hUd, to, supply the place of a son temper of the dog." In a London coast\pd..therest, made ,unfit for Colombia. Accounts from Boga-
to sun, : he had recently lost. He lived paper is published'lhe report of an' use. This has spread incredible I to of.the 7th Jan. confirm former

1 .The Tne pi'izc im'su's which merit ueveryet has \vo, with the Indians forty years, and action brought by a young woman, consternation .among1 the, Turks I statements that the ",most satisfactory
treasure and
I' Jews, the badge ui now hopes by the aid of his indis- a dress-n *tker, to recover damagesfor They, considered this accident" as arrangements were devising

to The wife's ambition, and the parent's tinct reminiscences- to: discover his an injuiy sustained by the up- I the punishment of heaven., This by ,the executive; respecting the

,' dues. family.1 setting of the ,Brighton Coach, against .- new'ch"eck uill iugment the courage loan, and that Mr. Hut rdo car.'

the owner, as responsible for : of theGreeksxand render ties with him to:England insti:uc-v -

t Now if your nobler spirit can divine From, the Savannah Georgian. negligence %of his servant, the I our situation still 'tnore .critical. : tions recoghize it fully and unequivocally

A corresponding word for every line, SUNDAY SCHOOLS.: driver. The young woman* was i During these sad events,it is.truly on sat srring'bit seJr

; [By all these )es.uns Ccarly Wilt be shown, At a meeting jf the Savannah rendered a cripple for life bY'' the fortunate, however,_thaX>there: 'are of the regularity ort e,contractor's

; t f An ancient City of no sroail rc.no"'u.A.II S?.')hath' School Teachers' Union, fall. The jury, retired, for about I no excesses :committed ',either.against .- accounts., A government,decree oft

: .., ,Europe has tried, in. vain. for on Saturday, 3d inst. 355"'scholars two 'hours,>*nd foundtheir: verdictfor the Greeks"or'Franks.- _, December 20 officially recognises
ft., several years to obtain the, prize. were reported as belonging to'the the plaintiff, four hundred; .& "at.nl.' Robert K... ,Lowry,"of Maryland! ,.as

: ; .tt The profit and honur.of the discovery Savannah, Wesleyan, Spring Hill funnelsterling: damages. Five Consul :of the,.United, 'Sia.tejsfor.the .

: +- 3J have been served for the and Yamacraw Schools. hundred pounds were 'given :in, a From tJe.N Y. Evening Poet.\ .port of ta\'Guayra .and its de

..' New World, and'even fora little" I 1'hescf'cliiidrn :assemble twice similar.. ,' -case,. about a month before. ,From,Peru..., -While others have pendencies.' :An,official, :despatch
,/ corner of Vermont. You will be each Sabbath! :for religious and 'JY.. Y. Patriot. been zealously engaged in propagating from ..COp1.,13eluche, to.the DirectorGenjfral .
!) fu i wished' with the solution for moral instruction._ Among the various --- ,Ihe .most ridiculous and;inconsistent 'of War dated,( 'board

: ;rt your paper inr\the course of: the benevolent efforts of,the age, Naval gagement.-ny an,arrival stories' respecting the 'pretended -: 'theC q14ete 'Bolivar;off La'Guayra

S :t A HL'Xi spring: and the_proper measures Sunday Schools hold! a conspicuous at Norfolk, accounts have been, total defeat_ of a division, of 19tK(ult. announces, his! ,having

f.t11, huvc already been taken ,to place and, w ehtr'vie'c.d. ineliA'iuU5' a received from Havana of.-an engagement the patriot army in Peru' ; ,,.and.foretelling ', recaptured' from a'piraticilvessl,

:;i obtain ,the reward from'the Executors or civil point, ,of ;light having, recently taken nothing,but'certain.destruction 9fi\& Domingo, t English Brig

f :l of.;MUs Seward's will in En- they are ,of the first.'importance.-- place between the,Colombian brigof to :the ,miserable:,vemnant.of ""Bonitan )\captaiu Alexander I ; ,

'.: land. : They' 'dtscrve'not only,the 'patronage war Gen. Soublett, 'capt. .Mor-' I their rmy'n that quarter, it;'gives Murtlock,'.bound from Trinidad to

2 : V t : X.YZ.&CO.. but, }the personal exertions 'of gridge, and Spanish ship,(merchantman us, real pleasure toj inform, ourrea- Gibraltar,,:with, a aro..&\cocoa ';

\4 : every christian Ind.-of every patri... ) ,called the' Atalanta, ders, that. so furfrom .these'representations and. the French-Brig Bonne Sophie,
::4 N. B.-The printers in ,Boston 'RAISES.A : '
ot. .
.mounting-18 guns,:and Spanish :being in any y'correct captain 'Chetanchboundfrpfi
;Jgiit; and London;jare requested ,to pub.' "' brig, (also merchantman).mount we have,this, 'morning-been 'favorv d' Havre; ,de ':Grceto, : .,Martinique.
.! .Hsh ,the; above, and also, the solu- : paper of March ',10th, ing, several in_ which the, Gen.',S. by ,correspondent: of the Baltimore with,a cargo of dry ; g 'bc5. Tbp: !,

; ion. ;:when it hall app'&rl ,and says,i'The master' of:the ,sloop got rath r'the worst of the bargain.' American with 'su.h'deta s; pirate escaped by : : !

etti?. pit will ap ,car. _' Theodore: which ,arrived' to-day' The engagement took place off' as to ,the. 'acicul etaieoi aftauB( in j the qh HowsI. -.... g 'uln.amon1t. \
I '
pt ,

M I. I .- .



And ins f further ordered, that the, said. and CHANDLER. .
rM 1LAsA'TVllUA taxes hare reference to property" owned '. I t as agreed $ ,ili teit. : part: of from the LbtusTitte; Adtertfacr
; to
Ac on the first da)',of June,In each Tear. .., the .at>;etidm "froeiain'for; i ':theabolition '.that.a letter .of a late date bad been,\
Ordered, that. 1Yill'tam'Davi: on Sheriff dir.BARBOUR.proposed a :, ,of '
pro the. x fficeri therein
::..- V, lAY 1, 1824. of the County of >Esclmbia,be; and he is wisothafao:person' : should be re- but ': | Tccciycd:from':!respectable'.o re"I
specified '
.; wa willing6 a-1 on: the. Arkansas :
hereby collector for stating, t&atthc
appointed said
--- in this city is hereby coua- required to' give bail,excepl the '
"'- tccrta'nthat person ty, and that he collect the taxes under the a dopt : latter part.:of iti and thus Cherokees<<; ,Kick_ tlOQI, and .Dela-
the state in ,
Ga- which
wishes to see he're&i Mr. .
if he est
"afl1f11 ed same re lations,'as\\) are required for cold reenact the provisions: of an ,act 'wares_ met at; Cbpteauts
: ; trading
"Y and cannot'afford to subscribe, itrClohi letting the Territorial Tax.COMMUtflCA. Mills 'k":,Mr.'Lloyd, of Mass, opposed for 1802. house_ and joined in a great.dance -_- ,

be much more honorable, and per- ,;this amendment, and Messrs. Mr. Lowrie moved to amend the and that Mr Augu&te .('hote iu',

the cnd of less trouble to him, to H rbQur and Smith supported it. amendment '
bsPS in TIOJTS. by striking out that stated, that :this savoured
than to trade with our carrierVhilc It :was not agreed tai ,Mr._ Van very
beg it of us, part which proposes to abolish. the much of a combination of those nations '
Buren '
for it, ; Far the Peizacola_ Gazette. .. proposed some amendments present Indian Agency on :the Upper 'against the whites and that

on this subject, we take the op. JJf.. flurtt-I have observed, in the which '!'vere' dopted.i Missouri. This:was agreed to the .Miisionary-families ;and frontier '

nortunity of mentioning:, that any instan.L Commercial Register printed at Mobile i Mr. Talbot'proposed' to amend, 'Mr. Barton replied to the remarks ,settlers of' Arkansas and Missouri '

ceS of,dealing{ with the ,carrier,, for our padproved under the signature of"A Floridian," a the(bill, by providing that no debt : of 1 Ir: Benton, in relation were un"aFor ; e. .
will be statement, that the Commissioners, who 'or snail be held to bail in
tiut can be. prose.Jutcd except to :the proposed, amendment. a. the satisfaction'of
held a treaty with the, Florida ,Indians in those,who
W the extent ol the law,*, the state where he resides, or the Mr. Benton addressed the have
\ September last, had been instructed tocede again may friends: in either of the

to the Indians the,central: 'part of the state Jn which the debtwas- con-' Senate, against the proposition to above plac s, we publish the" fol

Our Agricultural correspondent, is requested Territory. 1 know not from what source tracted. 'This ,provision wa*' abolish the office of Superintend- lowing statementon the '

to fwoqus with more essays on the writer derived his information. If the supported by Messrs. Johnson ofKy. I ant of Indian. affairs, at St. Louis.Without ,of a respectable authority .

Jjjg useful subject. .1 fact exists stated, it is certainly much to (who called .for the Yeas and taking the I immediate gentlt man from '
question on the 'eighborhood'of
the credit of the commissioners that they,
Nays,) and by Messrs. Talbot, and the amendment
were able to obtain much better terms,byconcentl"'otting Fort Smith"So far from the
the ult.{ in of
Friday 23d pursuance Taylor of Vt:. and opposed by Mr. The Senate
most of them near the adjourned till to-morro Cherokees n'editating'an.. attack
notice givenan election was held, to flU Mills Mr. Talbot
cape, where the land is byno means so valuable then 'modified \v. the whites in 'I
upon conjunction with
three vacancies in the City Council, which to the Territory. Jt is still to be regretted his amendment, by adding the the .

resulted in the choice of Joseph Noriega, that so large :and so valuable a \\fords.nunles's the defendant shall House of Osages, it:is 'generally believed

John Miller and Pablo Palmes, Esquires, portion of the central country is reserved have absconded from the state in Representatives.April that the former will make war
to them. 5. on the.latter in the coarse of the '

host unanimously-,- lly the bye the word reserve" is improperly which.he resides, in order" to evade Mr. Allen, of Mass called up Spring, to revenge the murder' of
applied to the lands of Florida the payment of his debts. The amendment -
the. f
consideration their
The United States District and Superior the resolution some hunters The Kic > '
ceded to the.Indians, they are not natives was carried-ayes 28
flr of West Fiorida, will comnJeuce\ or owners of the soil. The owner of land noes 11. offerd.by him som'few days since, aP oos and Dclawares were allies, ;

Its 1 gay, session, on Monday .next may sell as much as he pleases and reserve Mr. Chandler moved an amendment fur fixing the time of the adjournment of the Cherokees in the last Osage t

-- the remainder ; but a tenant at will man of this House, and the question war ; perhaps not so much on Account _

It is certainly a subject of great hardship come into possession of title only by pur- to exempt-the debtors to the on considering being taken by of their friendship for the

i and of just complaint:, that the many chase or gift. These Indians were only United States from the provisions yeas and nays, the votes were, Cherokees as for their animosity
tenants at: will under the Spanish Gorn- of the bill. This was not agreed
citizens ol this District who have performed ment, as.such they passed to us under the 't yeas 94, nays 90. So the House towards the Osages. ,

public services as jurors, &c. and all treaty. What could they reserve ?a title j| o. agreed to consider the resolution. The Osages are an insolent and

the officers connected with 4he UnitedUtntcs of tenants at will nothing more certainly ; I i The amendment proposed by Mr. Allen moved to fill the blank, pilfering people. They murdered:

Court,are, mail after mail,continually and whe rt the United States, needed the I Mr. Vandyke, when the bill was with "Monday, the 3d day of May some white men, who were huntingon
land for the use of her citizens, she may'i before under consideration, to authorize "
nim-arnrai their
disappointed i by the ot 1824. land, last Winter; but meditate -
indeed it to the Indians in '
give preference
: the creditor interrogatories
fun.is to pay them their just dues, for but to speak of their reserving it is incor put Mr. Tod moved, as an amendment -|I no rupture with the whites,

time and labor spent during the last elgll- rect. and to make suggestionsn to fill the blank with.the 20th unless they are attacked. The Dev

:.'CZ urorah$. In the northern parts of the U. S. the relation to the case, and, if theyare day of May, 1824. la wares are u small tribe, and ?ae

,It may appear of little importance to Nations have reserved portions of their not satisfa tori1Y' answered ti y Mr. Edwards adverted to a fact suffered too severely to risk a war

those Washington whose Uuty it is to lands The : biit.they were owners of the soil. the defendant, the charges therein which occurred at the last session with the whites; :and the Cherokees
lands of vlorida;
aUC'110 it, that citizens .snould be taKen Spain witn the money were of the purchased people.V .-of contained to be taken as facts, was -that, before the time of fixingthe could not be hired,to engage in any

fro.ii their domestic concerns, ttietr counting >V Uas right to give it to the Indians ? then taken up. day of adjournment, but fewacts alliance, which had for its object

ooms, their' worksaops, or then The people certainly, no one else. The Mr. Van Dyke offered a few remarks were passed, while afterwards the destruction of the whites; not

farms, and compelled to serve: as jurors:!,, representatives of the people,in Congress in support{ of this proposition a great many, and of the most im- because they are especially fond of

for winch they are to be sure, allowed iscanty I I assembled,,leir may dispose of their money ort ; it was, also, supported by por'ant character, passtd the them, but because they are fully
neither the Executive
property ; nor Buren
Mr. Van and
compensation by law, but \riudl"flcr 'I j Tile senate have that right. opposed by House within short time aware, that the whites could and

they have= been forced to earn, it ,I 1 Uink: the treaty held at Moultrie's Messrs. Johnson of Kentucky, and Mr. Forsyth made some explanations would annihilate them as a nationin

must be twelve, eighteen, or pcri;*1.a I i 'eivek, un the wliok, will prove advantai Talbot, and was then adopted bythe in reply to Mr. Edwards. an instan' Z.w. Gaz.

i 1 gv-oiis 1 1tweni to the country, perhaps it was tileOl..it Senate. The debate .Y
,.four months before they me ole j was superseded by
that could have been obtained at the Mr. Johnson of
to obtain ; or that those t\no uolu ofliccs f'tinie.;, It intil1ltdhd'terth have pro the Speaker passing to the Ordersot"the DIED-On Sunday night the 18th ult.
:s tll to ,
tees 1 posed a new section to the bill, in the city of Mobile, in the 40th of
Day. year
time of which are fixed by Zak. sDuuJdby CQiicentratcd the lnchausn the centre of .
extending its oper tion to the Dis his age, Daniel Duvol, Eq. late Shen 'of
their neglect sutler in weir credit, an jitliiterritory.; But to hold a treaty and April 6. Mobile
trict of Columbia which County. In his death society it
}be; 11;l.c. .tcd and embarrassed in their i pal. ; carry it into effect, costs an immense sumS : was agreed Mr. Rankin, from the committeeon deprived of a respectable Ie man, and his fjumily
S t ot and if these Indians not to.
rtioney ; : were
rate concerns, merely because it is mCUll.'rCl.cnt l- j j rnttled Public Lands, reported a bill 1 of an affectionate protector. Ilis body
to a treaty, if they had nr claim Mr. Van Dyke submitted a ,
tOI tuem to attend to their dui>. j jliiit Ion the sal, why should the country be proviso to authorize the Territory of Florida was interred with Masonic honors. .
"that nothing, in the first sec f.r ... -
it is quite time that thus matter tti i.i.S : saddled with the expense of a treaty r to open a Canal, through the 1\ J -'" i n.

jut estimated:: ,and that toe cuipauie per: :on \\"hat is of still ii.ore importance, twentysectiuayauioog tion of this act contained: shall ex- public lands, to connect the river {;Wm mwvS!
I nu suits in which
te to the United
the best lands in the Territory
St. John
in the office at Washington, saould be with the Bay of St. Augustine -
i areea, them, embracing the States area Mr. Chandler
nude to answer for his unpardonable: nogUgciice. .i r I party. which was read twice and i PORT OF PEWSACOL&
prncip crossing places on tne CJiutta1 i called for the Yeas and Nays, .
We hope the correspouuentxiiio hoochze and App.dacillcula rivers, in the on the adoption of this amend committed. .

wrote on this subject !P our last will vrrc heart of our settlementsFor what ARRIVED,
? To them for men Some remarks were made -' Sloop Yankey,of Plymouth N. Carolina
"more anon." purpose pay : fighting us Jamaica.-Our extracts from ,
i'1"e1j dining the last war ? or to enable them to upon it, by Messrs. Van Dyke, Kingston Jamaica Potter master, assorted cargo to owner

U'e take pleasure in informing tuosenho hunt \ne-cattle: ana hags of their white Hayne, Noble, Barbour, Johnspn ( ) papers, transmitted on board : 14 days from New-Orleans, 64

are summoned to attend court at the neJgl1u\lrli of Ky. and Macon. Mr. Holmes, by correspondent of the from Batize-spoke nothing left 17 sail,
Baltimore American, are to lh* at Balize, mostly outward bound. ,
approaching term,t1awe, understand art e of Maine: moved to amend 5th inst. Accounts had been received ; CLEARED. .,

Marshal has received.a draft for the purpose FKAll HILLS.Jlfr. the amendment<< Ly adding to from Porto Rico that a flag I U S. Transport Amelia, Baker, App ;
of promptly discharging the expenses it the words I lachicola.
Hunt-As these bills have never.. against any con of truce from the Spanish Anthor- .

thereof. been considered so current in West Florida tractor, or receiver or disburser of tIcS, in that Island had arrived at ", :

as bills of the other banks of Carolina & public moneys," Mr. Holmes, and l La from the Masonic 1\9 0 t1CC.
Guayra demanding
The following is the invitation addressed Georgia (Newbern exceptecl,) I wont Mr. Johnson, of Ken. advocated Intendant of Venezuela the To all free and accepted Mason -
to Commodore iJcluche of the Colon caution the honest unsuspecting citizens this amendment and Mr VanDyke Spaniards
them' at o" and natives of the Canaries, throughout the fV rld.1fountMoriabLodge .
against receiving
'bian Navy, by the ,committee appointed par. Many it. These amendments
the them have lately appeared in circulation, opposed d who from the want of means for N o. 18, '
by of
1'cnsacola alluded
to in both withdrawn
and more arc expected. I would also inform were and a
travellin :,had been apprehended by Ancient York Masons, in Murfrees
our last. the person (whoever he may be]) substitute proposed' by Mr. VanDyke virtue of the law of OF borough,Tennessee, sends greeting
Pensacpla, 20th April, 1824. who purchased these bills at a discount, as follows : "that nothing health, love and peace.
SIR Tile citizehs.of Pensacola in cuo nand brought them here with an intent to or three persons, had only!
in the first stctsoti of this' bill shall WHEREAS, John Dt Bo-teen, former"
mot with-those of the United States,feelIng force them into circulation, that,althoughthe been arrested : these were delivered a member of this lodge, who came frot*
J a deep interest in the patriotic atrug4 -- speculation be profitable to him, extend to any suit brought to recover
may up to the messenger, who was North Carolina here,from this place went
jle of the southern Republics, for Liberty it will prove a source of much inconvenience moneys received by the defendant despatched with the usual safe con to.Louisiana, from there to the West Indies

and Independence : cannot be otherwise to the public. on account of the United duct.It thence to North Carolina, and from

than! animated with the most pleasing anticipations CURRENT MONEY. States." This was agreed: to. there is probably again.to visit the former
of the final triumph of free by letters receivede at
haunts of his perfidy: has been guilty of
The bill
then ordered
dom, when' they witness: the signal vie'oeachieved '*v Mn.EDITOR-1 beg leave: to suggest the! was to b Kingston from St. Jago de Cuba, conduct superlatively unmasonic and im '

in your late brilliant eiigajitocnt .- great advantages of idleness, as completing printed 'as' amended; &; without taking that the slave trade is still carriedon moral. This is therefore to inform you,

with the enemies of the fiounshU'S the accomplishments of some of our the question on its third reading at that with that he has been regularly expelled from
port great vigor.Two
Republic to which you belong-, bv'oul'8tlf citizens. This indeed and merits the
worthy is very our Lodga, no longer
and the brave oiiicers under ,our to the of schooners engaged in this smallest benefits or privileges of our ali
congenial feelings many ; yet The Senate adjourned till to
oommal\d ; and as a testimony of their thcr are few so imbues with the)"anke y inhuman traffic, had lately sailedfrom dent and honorable Fraternity.By .

respect: have directed the undersigned to vccofinclustrytliatafetyttords maj be morrow. th&Coast, and a brig and-two order of the Lodge, ',
squadron from,yourself the and the officers of your necessary. :- April 7. other schooners were preparing to tItk;DD. EDWIN BECTON '

her at the Commercial acceptance Hotel of a public'din.- There is something of an independenceand The bill, to enable the President follow. Sec't' M:bi. L.No. 18
on Saturday nobleness of mind discoverable in Feb. 19, 1824. .
to into effect-the J\". Y. Eve. Post.
tt.We man, that renders him an .object of treaty : Editors of newspapers friendly to Masonry
leave the honor to be with made Ghent
interest to.the curious observer lire: eidenijy at 24th December ; --- throughout the ,world, will please

high consideratior obedient y"ur despises the tilth1 lucre" foi 1814, excluding foreigners from. Captain AlkJn of the brig Caroline give the above afew insertions,for llowen

servants: whiCh the foolish toil and sweat, with an trade and intercourse with the Indian arrived at Philadelphia from is a.. base villain. .
C. .
lIU.lfPHREr1,1 ...
.1L/ X. SC eagerness, wh.ch of characterizes a J ew.Jmk'pehdently .- tribes within the UnitedStates : Havana, states that on Friday the SALE AT AUCTION.
this nobleness of mind,
TJWS.. Committee. he is never bothered with debt and to preserve the fur i 20th of l\larchIOwhen on his passage '" ,
OTTJ"j pay
JO1f V .: ng trade within the limits of Will be Sold,
those troublesome post obits ot "otiu m the said from Savannah to Havana, .

ti0mnodore JOS. f. tiBctuchc cum diffnitaie'' of .a real gentleman.has It United States to American' citizens he was fired on, off Stirrup Key, by At Public Auction, .

been said by a musty old proverb maker ," was again taken 'for his
consideration Britannic
Commander of the .Colom up Majesty's schr. Rem TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, ,
tnat an idle man is the Devils plai"
bian anchor in ) ; Mr. Knight was ctll- egat, formerly the Saragoranza -'
Squadron at male;" 1'hiscarries an inconsistency 01 Jit the Store of the Subscriber, .
the harbor of Pensacola, &c. tne face out as the Devil is acknowledged ed to the chair. The question Lieut. Com. Fyatt, a calm,prevailing On Monday c 3d of May at 10 A.,.H. ..

We understand that the Commodore to be the most'busy person on record. : was, upon an amendment ,offered at the time and the vessels variety of articles consisting, of

w reply, said that he considered himself Besides there are many real pleasures in b}' Mr. Barton, proposing a newsection within musket, shot. The brig N elegant 8 day.clock, ,

honored by the Citizens of Pensacola, & idleness satires lolling public placecollectirtg s, as a substitute for the third had her foretopsail on deck. repairing : Tables, Chairs Kitchen, Bedsteads,. ....
and the Crockery ware, furniture .
'ouM with pleasure accept:their ii.vita- and enquiring distributing the news commoislanders of the section of the bill. ;-the-shot from the 'schooner' Books, &c..8cc.: .
1 on his return from New-Orleans, for I day; wearing clean and nice clothes, and The proposed amendment provides apparently a six pounder, passed ; '-'-

sloth place he was to sail early next being!absolutely above the .influence of that the office of.Superintendant about,.three feet from the tatfrail, LIKEWISE"T

morning1 on official business.We the laws, which always compel the industrious Indian Affairs, at St. Louis and about one.foot ender the main :t".1 ,A.. 0 0 liana,

[man to pay his debit... and the present] dian. Agency, boom. The officer who boarded containing one arpen situated ,

publish the fOllowing extract from .. PHILO. .P1QUEM. the of the short distance north of the bu-
the -.. 1. -, .-. --.. on waters Upper Missouri the brig, jzo itellloid captain ,AI- r lying ground in this city.. .
records of the County Court, for the shall be abolished ; and au- kin, that his captain was much displeased .
i:forinati O (i ItE lX1 ; \: T. Twitchell
oil of all concerned. & thorizlH the President. to an. ,
I at not
- ---- ---- -------- -- -j. heaving to,"' r Auctioneer.April .

County Court of Etcambia, 5 In Senate. point Indian, Agents, ,to be stationed i when from the dead, calm which I .30th:1824 -it. __ 4. ,

Beit J'"ebruar !a-mla2 h*. 5, among' the .Indian tribes i prevailed :it was, impossible to ,o- I ;. .. 4
ordered, audit is_hereby ordere o April, CHARLESHat PINDAR .
that on the waters of the Upper such'acommandhe ,
sbey .
there be tCTled for the use of the The bill to abolish I r
imprisonment : -
Comity souri. It'makes it the duty of The adds the juftlreeetvedfromL. ; Mobile"f1 er
of Jiscambia, a tax.on tile follow- for debt then t. r' ;. Renegat ( Philadelphia ,

., ,5 Property at the r-.tes hereinafter. for consideration., was again take -i Superintendents, and, ,,Agents of Gazette) is the same.vessel :-aloo/i.dctrcrla..' ... ,'. t, .
Some '
up '
On'pee.tied'iz : lurtner Indian,Affairs-to prevent,all, citizens : thatfired ,",on the schr,. Allen,' P.;Madeira,'.. ".J'" >:: .:
hal free white males between amendments were made in Vidonia; i0. .." ,- '.. : '..:,....:;
of ,the United: Staten (rom ca Dunham on the: 27th of '. \ .
pt. '
details '
ages of the of'the bill the ; Tmtst ,. !.:.t ., ,
twenty and iif.in a OldBucclas.-Ho kJDo. ; : : -
ty }"CU' one.. .. est.ou- 'of Mr. Mills., sug- hunting-and:trapping, on-,any _Indian March, off; :Cape Nicholas Mol.e.Some' ,, tDo.: ., ,.. ; ".'.,. .......;.'..\. ..... '....'.?' m
31 g Upon>> one: ". -: "
on : ; .,
On aU Saes: .50 ol'these, amendments. whicjv lands, and: to; enforce ,the l laws of'tbe'Bri' : sb o officers at'Havana $lcse an_d'w lute. ,;'.!ai:! : ....j'-I. ;..,a.-f. ,:v.'.$",
Lan" .
IOu of Citizens fee;;per pro against all. such persons as shall .spoke ofLut.\ .; For yart. :as a OsnaburgsBqmbazetts'; -. ,. "" ',.3, '.:'? ,' ;.fY--

acres, .sd ; be .of oh'ences-f If *. ',.. : .. < .. .
on Lands aright guilty ; those half-crazy man' he. be so,* ""'-:oj. .: '
oftton, -reudcnts,Per'l00res .' w hic h purpose'tjjeseSuperinten Domestic "' ,. ;" ;-" ;,
"t -. be ought noMo command a., vev .. .
On 1. without prQoror fraud, when,.he is dants CaIlicoci..::.: f. ', ... ;,& \ -
.orekcrp ancljAgems are toJbe.authorized set of'war. If hebe; not.soy he, ought '-' ." C"o .
also -kee about leave the in : Cords, ;' .
P: pea, to state which the :.:.
apd tavcnt kce p err out, of '-. to call ,upon" the:!nearest,military to be .called to.account. 'for his pro- Velvets, '.J ...'\ ;.". '" -
Roc.l .
contracted .
liens debt
fad .. ;; ,"some cursor i ,.-'
of the ) '1 ttbe. Uiute of-Tctisaco mcrican.. .
city posts ; ceediflaltimore'ri '
On ,,o 5.,1On discussion took between "* --f ," .. ";. ,-_ .t''i :; ,,,, :'
place .
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Uirlcr _
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& S for aid Steel. i ,' .
Watc"' ; ol'd t.I,. l, r1r. ; I ." ,r" .'oj. ,- _. '.::(' \:;
Un 4 w l 01..','' Mss,rs., MILLS,. VAN, J3UREN, )\ .3arbn: exptjiinedjlhe is ; vt-.0ri" tS-t A i1i.8r Ccket'ye'IS'are., ... !.-::..;,.. ., "'.V. .,t'h. ,, :,,'
stet 1 : 1'- 'r'"t": : ;
pleasure G.. .. ._ ,...
'tn t'atiagcs, .. of powQCr..'" ;'C. .-. :. : '; (i
the : '
: inendment ; :in 'fr. -
Whc.cl $ hc Jiad. a- It was stated our papers the 'I <> ;- '! """ Indo
plcasarecrrujfc: .3 : ,1'.OL 'E,1or .laiJ1e J ALBO''1") ed< Mi... Benton at U ",:oi-t i I'for.J. ....... t. lQP, .m, .=;,I;1'<.., ,
I ...,. j' .. !. -, ./-' it'-*, bpposed caY n 20th .otlVfarQh. Jastj' ,asatt : tfact't ., '" .. ; ,- '-C''.<(!, ..(' .",. .. ::
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/1 -I- T NOTICE.Weather
,. "' 1-r Y.TlCtJj 'I1E11IF1 .';'J1LEl V Pensacola,'April-1st 1824.A '5LL V mmmm1JU, a. V
6 ; Permitting persons having claims and ttitlcs "In the Bible &.ckywe ace
JI. '
land within ,Florida
to West are '
From American Monthly Magazine: ', \Vm I SHALL,KEEP A' distinction, by'' names is lost; there

1 I S WOUA&JAME 'AJBeti'l l fi./a., Sale at Auction HEREBY NOTIFIED. is one happy confederacy, one l be :
BT ? STEWART."vVhcn i Regular that the session of theUoard of Commissioners nevolent 'design', one grand

half creationfs works were. done.,, B "virtue of this execution I shall proceed ON the Thursday merchandise of every and week furniture ''for.'::]! has been extended until the first to send the 'word of God to object V
sell for.cash kinds of |!day January next,jind that so much of; every
Just formed the stars, the glowing sun, to ,on Thursday the ,
And softly blushing skies ; 3d day of August at 12 o'clockat ,ttte at my Auction Room corner of Pala- V the_ law as heretofore, provided for the filing family and nation without secta.j.comment .,

And'wide across earth's dewy lawn court house in Pensacola the following V fox and Bay len streets I claims, prior to the ,1st day of December or any private interpre.

Gleamed the first glances of the dawn, described property viz. HENRY MICHELET I 1823,has been repealed, and the tation."
b And flowers began to rise : Two one story frame buildings, 20 feet Pensacola, March I9th.l824-2-tf I time extended to the first day of September THE undersigned has just recced front V

by 70, situated on La Romana' street :No. 1824. All claims not filed before that institution, through their

: Clad in her robe of tender green, 197, directly opposite the Mansion house BT\P. TR"E THIEY. !i i time, shall be held and deemed void and Rev. Jas. A.Ronald son,a box of Bibles agent an J

Nature delighted, viewed the scene, ofvMr. Celestino Gonzales, and now occupied TOLEN from the subscriber on the'1 of none effect. The office will be openon New Testaments, in the English, French

I Pleased with each novel form: py Mr. James Pendleton, as a black- S:: night of the 1st inst.'a Negro Woman Monday next ;claimants are requested. and Spanish languages, designed for the

I And from each sweetly op'ning flowerj smith's shop. These'buildings are situated named tu be punctual in their ,attention to the I'use of West Florida-they are for sale at

I I From hill and vale and shady bower; upon ground leased of Mr. C. Gonzales, examination of their claims, as the commissioners -I the simple price of cost and charges, and"

She cull'd some lovely charm. which expires: in a few months, but it is % C are determined- to take them to those who find themselves unable to
w understood the lease can be renewed upon' 9 up in the order inwhich they are arranged -I purchase, and yet desire to possess the
Soft o'er the lily'* glowing white, very favourable terms.-Seized at the fbout2O or 35 years or.age, of by the Secretary. :'acTed volume, ,they will be bestowed, oa

I 'ringed with the, trembling ray of light ;, )suit aforesaid,and will be sold to satisfy tolerable size, has a film on one SAMUEL OVERTON,? Comm,8r3', pplication at the subscriber's office.
I .. She shed th4 rose's flush : his execution. of her eyes, some of her fore JOSEPH M. WHITE, S" I V W. DAVISON:

Just as,the first-born morning< gale, I 'v. DAVISON., Sheriff. teeth out, and- one,' -of -her- toes M. HUNTER, SecretaryTHE :Feb. 2-
Light breathing o'er thepicy vale, Sheriff's Office,7 E.County. next to tile great toe is cut ott-it is supposed I -.'
Deepened its virgin blush.! PensacolaS : the thief will take her to Florida, SUBSCRIBER, PROPOSALS- V

March 17th; 1824.-Imts. Alabama, or some of the Western states.A .- frofioses to publish in the town of Claiborne :TreTlLL be received till the30th.cf May

0,She drew the diamond from the mine SHERIFF'S .SALE. generous reward will be given to any (Alabama,) a weekly'paper under the, f V ,next,'to furnish the Florid3.Indhns,
And lustre from the stars that shine person who will detect the thief or secure title the with provisions for one year, commencing
Amid the cloudless sky ; \ COUNTY CO nT.i the said negro in any jail, so that I can get V the first day of September ensuing, the

And purest pearls obscurely spread' i Enoch fioilgson, h her, and all expenses paid. Information CLAIBORNE GAZETTE.IT supplies required are fresh beef salt and

la ocean's dark and gloomy bed, \ I I vs. !fi.a.I can be made to GideUn "Hargrove, Powel- will be the object of the editor to, corn or flour ; the.ration-to consist of one

Remote from mortal eye. I James RU8hton, ton, Hancock county, Georgia. derthe Gazette a useful as well as and a quarter pound of beef one quart of
\ B Y virtue of this execution I shall proceed WILLIAM VILLARD.Edgfield a n interesting journal : To promote the' corn, or an equivalent in flour, and salt at

She took the balm'i'lds blue, \ to sell for cash, on Tuesday the c. h. S. Carolina. March 4. great and leading interests of our common -' the rate of four quarts to"every hundred

The sweet carnation's mellow hue,, 3d day of August next, af 12 o'clock, at (O" The Editors of the Floridian, the !, couutry, her agriculture, her manufactures rations.. The amount will be from 2,500 to

Rich with the tear of ii'ght' ; the Court House in I'ensacolathc following Cahawba Press and! the Mississippian, are and her commerce, as shall best. 3000 lations per day, varying,' from thjr
described valuable real estate, viz. one requested to publish foregoing for tne of all smallest to the
Though the young beam: of rising day subserve the interests without creating -< largest amount at the option
Had melted half that tear uuay, lot In the city of Pensacola, situated on month, in their respective papers. i monopolies for either:To cherish the: of the subscriber, upon a notice of thirty

In the first: stream of light, I Palafox street, No. 1, fronting Pensacola ., ii i increasing spirit for improvement which' ,days places delivery St.'Marks, Tampa

jay, 40 feet by 80 on Palafox street, more Notice is Hereby Given, I now pervades the nation, more especially; Bay and such points as may hereafter be

And now in elegance arrayed, or Jess, and directly opposite the market what relates to our own growing state, in designated within the Indian boundaries
Her last, her fairest work she made, house, formerly! the property of Townes TO all persons having claims against the the rendering more beneficial the greatadvantages : a constant advance: of two month's supplies
Amost'i seraph's frame: and Edpley,and by them conveyed to thist estate of Dr. John H. Kiddie, dcc'd, i in respect to internal navigation ..V will be, exrcted and the articles re.
defendant, and hitherto known as o exhibit the.same for settlement within be of
To animate th}:s form was given, and intercourse between different!! quired to good quality.-Persons offering .
gentle spirit sent from heaven, Corner, together with all the buildingsand six months. All claims not exhibited I parts of the state, which a kind providence to contract, will make the offer in

:.. And \\'UMA.b her name. improvements thereon, consisting of within two years, will be entirely birred. has bestowed on her citizens. These, writing, sealed and directed to me, stating
'1 'WOStOY All persons owing the sad estate, are required objects and every thing allied thereto will the rate at which ,they will furnish the
.. to make immediate ment to
; Then o'er her softly smiling face :::: :: !:!: pa find in the Gazette a steady advocate. entire rations,or either of the component

c She Lmsh'd c\ery winning grace, o :-: :": llOUSES.jjOne Thomas Russ, Nothing of a personal, na* ure will find. parts : the result'of the offers will be made
Ami every charm was* lucre ; admittance in the columns of the Gazette ;: known on application to me, at the Tern

Upon her c\e, the vi'let's blue, built of brick last sum- Administrator. while temperate, candid and liberal dis-r; torial seat government near Tallahasse ;
Upon her check, the rose's: Hue, mer, two stories high, with a cellar under Jackson Cy W. F. April 13th-4w. cussion of questions of general interest V or the individuals whose offers are accepted .

The lily ciy where.: .. : the whole, fronting the bay 36 feet, by 38 will always be encouraged. V will be notified of the same through the
on Palafox street, and now occupied; by .otic CONDITIONS-The Claiborne Gazette medium of the PostOfficeThe most

Yes, on that eye was seen to play Finlay & Itushton, the other a one story will be published} once a week on super- unquestionable security will be required
$ The ]lubtmol the sielKtrra)', frame building,and occupied John Edg- The Sunday School in this Place will royal paper,at 4 per annum, payable in; for the faithful fulfillment of the contract;
t The d ialllOi) '* humid glow I cy. Seized at the suit aforesaid, and will be continued as usual at the court house advance : and to prevent ,delay, it is expected that
be s.ld to this execution.V. every Sunday morning to commence at 9, the proposals will be .
She threw, to form her bosom's globe, satisfy Advertisements not exceeding a : accompanied by atatement
Life' \ DAVISON, A. AI. A sermon will.also be read of squares of the security intended to be
.. tender rlush and beauty's robe, Slicrifi'e will be inserted at the rate one >
m .. On reaihh of virgin snow. Sheriff's office,7 E. County. \' ')' Sunday evening! wJlen here is no for the first, and fifty cents for every subsequent -: offered.,
: Pensacola, 5 preaching, at half past 3. o'clock. insertion. : By order of the sup erintendan.

Then \\'on :m'*; lips in smiles withdrew March 17th, 1824.lmts.ShERIFF'S,. Benj. Wyinan, sufficient encouragement is received G. HUMPHREYS,
Their toils>> 01 iicn carnation hue, -- ,Sec>'. S. S. S. the first number will be issued on the 20th;: Agent for Indian Affairs
r SALE. March 19th. 1824, V : in Florida.
Aid pearl's appeared beneath : of April, 1824.
And blest Arabia, bceiced to pour Filippe Prieto, Ex. &c.") Christopher Dameron. I ensacola 6th April 1824.

-'1 he perluii.es ot its spicy lure, vs. ;.fi. fa. iSitre ilall Gun .PO\. cr.' Mobile, March 21.Subscriptions.
To mingle xuth her breatluHark J. M. DC Losada. By Wm. P. Duval Governor of the
j : JfJ HE Subscriber, agent for he proprietors C receiv d at this office
virtue of this execution I shall __
pro- will be Territory of Florida.
.. liuk,she speaks, and silver strains ceed to sell for cash on Tuesday, the 3d with' ; constantly supplied .4 X"
all descriptions ; the quality: orthis 'lC"E.IIE PROCLAM
Jiclcdious floating o'er tie plains, day of August next at 11 o'clock A. M. \T1ON.
A iiuiliclcis: jo) impart ; at the Court-house in Pensacola, the following powder if is well known, it is warranted equal 14 Copartnership, under the firm_ of: WHEREAS in pursuance of an act of
The lug.iUiigAii has caufeiit the tone, described real estate viz. not superior to any made in tho 4-L] TWITCHELL & WATSON, was: Council.of the Territory .

And iu:oice his 0\\n, One lot in the city of Pen .Lco1a, situated : United States,and far :above London Tower dissolved by mutual-consent on the 15th I of Florida, approved the 24,day of
*1 likt vibrate: on the iie rt. on Pensacola Bay No. 10. And bounds Proof. Country dealers and retailers V I nst. T. Twitchell is fully authorised to June, 1823 Commissioners were appointed

ed east by Madam Suarez, west by Bat- be supplied on' advantageous terms. settle all business of the late firm. to select the most eligible & convenient

rent future cast: lar glance around, tazar Centcno, north by Sarragosa street, li'. H. Nisbet.Ati TIMOTHY TWITCHELL, situation for the seat of government of the

.1 he tluuiiigi ;.J, take lioxvcrj ground) fronting the bay 80 feet by 190 deep. ?. 2 -tf. DANIEL WATSON.' Territory of Florida, and the said Commissioners -
'L 1L (.t&y U.llUb.J.g UU ; Saul lot has been le'iecupon, and will be April 17th-tf. have reported to me that they
On u ua ..u lahl, iier uaihng child, sold to satisfy the aforesaid execution and .: have selected a scite in the County of
fche k"...iu, iiiid feuul. with accent mild, cost. The Subscriber, Timothy Twitch, Gadsden, situated about a mile southwest -

," ti' -t3U's> wOI'k isdii.:." \v. PAVISON, cqntir.ue the AUCTION & trom the old deserted fields of Talla
,-.... .t...a.*.&.-.._.........w.- .0 ________.. Sheriff Es. County. has received per late arrivals, WILL: BUSINESS at the hass, about a half mile south of the Oke-

store lately occupied lock-o-ny and Tallahasse trail, at a point
Shertf's Ojfire, GOODS by
e\) .\j b 1.., U. rensacola March 11, 1824", following TvitchcWatson where the old Spanish road is intersected

';' --t--- March 13-tamts. Which lie will sell Low forCASH V by a small trail running southwardly." In
1. from the Mechanics dazette. I John where the strictest personal attention will the t"yeJ'cise of the discretion in me vested
:k -Lass week Gamier,)C) or COTTON. be.,given to all business confided to him. by the said act and tor the information of
a > ouu0 nuu with a vs. fi. fa.
<> April,17-tf. the good people of this Territory I
1 shrill lIb t1' clioll in 1m t>jnTch, W. L. Brown.J) thought proper to issue this Proclama.
Groceries. my
curt.e.into our olVice to purchase u cced BY to virtue sell for of this cash execution I shall pro Neg'l.oes :for Sale. tion, requiring the members of the LegisLative -
the 3d
on Tuesday ,
book. The of the .
Territory of
price to be Florida.
M. WILL BE SOLD to assemble at the scite above
a Jew pence beyond nib means!: \ve at the court house in Pensacola, the following S ;
Bushels alt on the day appointed by law for
told coarse ; the next
him \\e\vouli nunibh turn described real-estate viz.
At Public Auction
500 ; session thereof.
Bushels ground allum do ; in sacks; .
\vUii a cr.lhat \\ iill, One halt lot in the city of Pensacola, .
} as a e loin: 47 Bbls. Whiskey ; Given under hand and the
rye my
not finding Dominqucz
'l;uc,cd, he \ct \' honestly it'iiiarked, conveyed to this defendant, together by with 20 Do. Nos. 1 and 2 mackerel; rHIHE following negrbes belonging to the : Pensacola, this 4th day of

I. that, 4\ve might i-i-t-tear anti her* all the building and improvements thereon .. 15 Do. mess pork ; JL late firm of John Forbes & Co. :: V March, in the year of our Lord

The joke was certainly worth consisting of 15 Do. eidl'r20 ; llW one thousand eight hundred
Do. molasses ; ; and twenty four and of the
something, we itistuiul furnished V
) 60 Do. potatoes Independence of the United
til j; i at all ; I4JIL A Guinea Negro,about
ij present unoccupied
him with ; :
uw/io/rcopy. 10 Qr. casks wine assorted States of America the
of which said will ; % 25 years old, a good forty
Ip property L
Happening in at a 15 Bags cotiee ; field hand. : eighth.
neighbouringapothecary's be sold
.. to satisfY the aforesaid _
tlc other day, \\ e obberv >- -*execution" = and cost. The propertycan 5 Do; pepper; IbJE\Wil: : WILLIAM P. DUVAL
5 Do. ulspicc VI the
; I By Governor. V
(.d. some letters Lying be viewed at any time on application '
upoi. 15 Kegs manufactured tobacco GEQ. WALTOW
; Likewise a Guinea Negro, about 26 year* I ,
his -
-7 counter, one of which was directed Ir I- to'V.. DAVISON 100 Do. crackers, old. ; Sec'rv of Florida.
to Alex ancleiC havinj J30 Do. butter March 13 : tl
-, SherifF Es. County, ; V LINDA, a Creole wench, about38 year "
;almost as much space betweenthe Sheriff* OfficePtnatola 20 Do. lard ; old, a washerwoman and house, servant. '
: .r and the u as there is, in tin March 11, 1824. 30 Do. Dupont's powder V LUCY a creole woman, an excellentcook. BY THE MAYORV

: alphabet_ On inquiry as to the 1-mts, 40 HaS shot assorted ; V ; V aot1arntttion.Incomplyance:
4 Boxes bar lead ; MARGUERITTE a mulatto girl 6 'ears .
7 writer, it was d Dr. IL 10 )
!. suggt by Jl Do. mould candles ; ,
: that it might be the IIEQUES'L't 5 Do. do old.FANNY with the 3d section o
chirography sperm ; American
% an wench about 26 th* ordinance of the 16th of November
of 11, of Boston, as lieiua animjitdimcnt 3TJRDHE 40 Do. soap ; V old, a field hand. :
4-j ()the Pensacola Circulating Ldbra" 5 Do. chocolate years 1$22 which is as follows ; /'that from and

g. in his Jijzeeck, ,'yn;;; the spring>> of 1322, and, in conse 20 Do. raisins ; ;/ LUCY, a mulatto girl about 9 years old V after the 1st day of January next, every

''q'tcm'-oflhc death of,those who had them I, 5 Bbls. loaf sugar ; Jas. Innerarity, ." :privy i within the ,city shail be of the

An old widow woman, not reTO have never been recovered. 5 Do. race and ground ginger Sui-vivinff partner of V 'ilepth of not less than-three feet, and
; ,
\kablc for her knowledge Arabian Night's Entertainment 1st vol. 2 llluls. copperas ; V JNP.. FORBES. &C. *"ihe proprietor every lot, on which
or -
.. sagaciu De Pun's Voyages: to S. America 1st'.01. 10 Crates crockery April 24th-5t. here shall be a privy of a smaller depth,
r ,would often dwell 011 the Henry'* Travels, Hull's Trial ; -- -_ ":shall forfeit and, pay a sum not exceed.'
r ; IU Guests teas
I renown of her depaiU'd husband. An Apology for the Life of Jas. Fenncll; 5 llhds. stone assorted jars ; Salt Flour .'!ng S5 i and the Mayor is hereby author.

4 .; She was boasting, that he had The Knight of St.John 2 yols.Brydone's ; V Whiskey, "ised, from and after the day aforesaid

I- ; lifhl a post \;f' disiinction; iu thejvvolulionaiy Tour through Sicily and :Malta, Hardware. I &c. "eC and to cause such,privy to be cleaned out,
deepened, at the
Kclroy, a novel, expense of such
j army, whether ii : The Pirate, 1st vol. latest arrivals "proprietor,and award_ warrautot. -
j vas general or corporal she could ''The EECEIVED per bution against him for the
I most of the above mentioned books 25 Kegs nails and spikes costs thereof
' .: ,: nut recollect, (but was, that have the ; V by "?1tternotlc.e, in
. sure it conditions ,of the Library pastedon 2 Tons iron ; 1 cask trace chains; asummary'manner No
.I ,7 was something that ended iu rule the inside ofthe cover, and the'holders 2 Do. castings .q. Stone. 8f F. H. Nisbet.gP(1jj : ".privy, from and after the 1st day of

T .j' % Wast.'f it scoundrel ?" said of those,\vhich,have,not, must know, that 500 Cwt. steel ; 'V "January next, _shall be permitted ta
: : abye the books are not their property. It is 1 Box mill saws ( \\ Barrels-'yhiskey; verflow, or to.be otherwise in an un.
n(1tr'O- ; V
st ) replied the old earnestly; requested that those who may ,1 Do. cross.cutdo; )> 25 Do. sup. Richmond flour; "Cleanly or offensive condition ; and the V

", woman Indeed I believe that was find> these.books will do me the favor of 109 Doz. files assorted ;. 6 Hhds.first quality sugar; V "tenant, if there' beoneorotherwisethe

1 it." returning them,as the odd.volumes can be IOU Do. knh'e .anJ forks ; 10'Bags coffee ; :. proprietor ', of such 'prify, shall 'forfeit

4: of no use to any'onc.b&t me; and should 50 Do. pocket do*; 50 'Sacks' Liverpool ground, salt j\ V "and payfor.eserysuch; offence, a su
,J From: the Nublivillc Whig.MAiriMliD. hope that the dictates of honor and. hones with a great variety of HARDWARE;. 300'D course salt; 'j- V : ";not exceeding g5j and if such tenant

, AT' : .:-There'was lately married ty will prompt the return of the others. consisting of nob,Jead, stock,closet, desk, 10 Kegs manufactured' tobacco ; uor proprietor do ,not c1eanse) 'the same
f in this city LLCHOIIN HoNNT to a' :pair '\". .11ASELL HUNT. till, trunk and pad locks : razors ; scissors; 25.>>0. lard t'' _: : j V VV "within, a :reasonable time" to,be; JUdged

; 1 *,, of Cons errs._ Son r gentlemen atteu.,* ApriUOth.; spigots; Hammers ttraw-knives;shovels,and 30 Do. butterfirst, quality,;' ".',of by"the Major, after, notiee given to
: T cd the celebration,and who happened to spades; frying! pans; wagon boxes &c. &c. 20 Bbls. pork j'c' 'j I V' that.effect by an officer of -police, the
" tc carry( n1al2fyingglasesabout them, sa T1A1; 'B 1f13 l1.1.TulL \ \ 2 Boxes cotton and.wool cards ; 10 Jio. mackerel, ; I: ; .Mayor may"cause the, same to be done,
: ; ; there } .. 1 Do. combs ; 1 do..fowling: pieces 20 Boxes soap; I V wu s a lady conccaU'd: in ,the, fonntratoia promptly and accurately exe. 20 Baskets ,
sweet "
oil '
i'I 20 Doz. hats ; V V ; j V ; .aforesaid. It is recommended d to
. lucftl .
gentleman up the latter. cute any writing which may be com.'miUetl 5
to him he will also draw' deds 500'Pair men's shoes and brogans;. Qr. casks Malaga wine;;r V seri proprietor' 'and tQ every tenant of
Loaf,'Sugar; Pepper Pimento ,Salt aJar house within :
5 Doz sieves ; I :t limits of
; ; e. 'this :
bills of< ,Pi'aexcu ; appropriate '
jE!' e inr, said'a( well- fcrms) ,'Jtnd: on the most rcasonabl terms : 30 Coils cordage; tre; ,Copperas; _Molasses; Ginger; Box,,' :, ration to' avail ,themselves of this most
: fn'sJl'd) : young man, ,to a lady ; V 20 Do. bale es Raisins&c. V1 : properseason attend
young and solicits. the orders of his friends. rope ; '0 V strictly! to the provisions -
i: in'the second'tier. of boxes, ,at, : 'V.IItSELLMAILAItILANaEMENT.HUNT. 40 Kegs,white lead ; : V ALSO,! ,- V ," V : here :above mentioned, for fear

I i 4 the Theatre_ 'I'. I wish lo 10 lo., verdigVease f V V V >"50 .Pieces cotton bagging:;; V :V,{.:: -: that,. ,by ,neglecting the'samerc shou&
go up| : 2 Casks lamp oil-; V V ,.20 Coils b lerope'i- [ ':V V Attract, or.: encrease. and deserve, events '
*tuirs, and .. V
get some refreshmentdon't ::2 Do. 3 Tons Swedes iron, German steel ,VV similar to, those which befell
paintdb.i ; VV us during
VV .
, ; .ft. !leave your seat." A Sailor, DUE on Thursday 10'A..M./, l V 2, Do.' spirits turpentine 10,Doz. S.C&rolina'hoes; '"'* the"summer of 1822,. V.
i '
j ; ; seated in ,the box near hi sweetheart on Friday ll 1'. ,M. < '1 Do. lamp black';, .. V V V 3.V Dp.* spades and shovels' ; V V V V :!"The-: constables; ;nhaH carry the jstfprovisions'

": j and disposed' do Ifie. same Robert- Mitchell."! V .1qL1o; V 30 Kegs nail? assorted'; ,' f','<. ,VVV : into effect t they shall, ,report

thins: rose and said ** Harkef Pot'w1fiikr.April2d1824t. V 10 Packages PRYGOOJiSt V V : : Plough.Moulds,': ce'"ClWns" ,, .Iron., Castings any and'every r: :And a large assortment'of, FAMILY ME ,'Cotton Cards &.c.; : > ,:.".'. ,V ?4L3TO1.for the V,'remedy and,the. ,jine"to benforeed. ?, :
. Moll, I'm going aloft to \vhejmywhistle : V VV ,:AND % .* t /
.D1C1NES of the first _
:3' don't falhoverbourd.when : ,' 1\\l.xrrL 0 quality. t'i' A considerable : v'o t ; '
4 : I O.. V V ,* ,N.H.ALLEN.V assortment of .Civen i in iebyof"'Omc !
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: 'J'njso.ne-J."(t.,Jdv.. "'. \: I Neat/) executed'at this Office., Vcb,2 V : tf.V : ; D.wticand'otlin. DryGod- : < atPcpSflColathisSathFeb.. 1824." :
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