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 22, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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-- "PUBLISHED EVEn SlTCRDAT.V. shortens the journey to the weary t: budge! d'rec.dY"I say'she shan't. that was in the Venerable as first;.di3ianceianrt 1 proceeded onward. ...
\ HASBLL HUNT traveller. There was something i i'then Come here, pretty one, and Lieutenant ?" 'Yes I am indeed, Almost qverpowered by her rtflcc. .
BY in his whole appearance so peculiarly nobody shall harm you while old his wretched daughter "Zounds tion.*, ai l every pulse throbbing

IDITOR the AVD PROl'RIE.TOR.l1JblM4 the United States. interesting and neat, that the Will' Block can keep the weather why (starting up in a passion} violently]with agitation, she leaned -
r of LawoJ passcngt, after receiving his gage.-" Well, this is fine treatment why, and has Tom dared-but gain tit the trunk of a tree, exPecting
Subscription Five dollars a year in ud.anfe. What cheer, what cheer ?" could !1: too in my own houseAnd don't frightened, don't be frigh- >!.o see the being whom, "
: Advertisements at One not r frail from turning round and 'i you, ye rapscallions, who eat my tened. And so you have deserted next to -Heaven she loved ",Host
DdlUr! for every'twelve lines or under for sloping! i? take another look.- j I i victuals and take my wages, to see your home 8c m). poor old" friend." tenderly 'T'vas now too dark to
the first subsequent inser- Indeed thit sparkling eye of goodhamouredulcasantry '; it tamely !-Lay hold of her I say.' 'Spare me, Sir, spare me : if my f!distinguish objects, but she could
bon..- Filly =- -:: : '.,. \ that countenance 1 1 I "Touch ber if you dare, (says old father was indeed your friend, oh hear footsteps approaching and
-- di! )laying .t once the generous : Will, flourishing his stick,) and succour his erring child'! Well, she sun without sense or motionto

y bet voh'nce( of his heart, ni-ril Aye, that'i right, well, my upper works get crazy the ground. On recovery, she
was not eiily passed by. unnoticed keep off ter if'}you come athwart now-hardly able to weather the found herself sitting on a couch in _
q' or Cadily forgotten. His my hawseblow my wig, but I'll storm. But the villain that would a small {oom, and the old house-
dress con ste'i of a blue jacket: and cut your ciblt's !I". Poor Lucy had betray innocence, and then aban- keeper, ;with other females, sedulously
A M R 4iR white trousers, straw hat bound got close ti his' side ; but fearingher don his victimzoundsbut administering to her neces

with bact ribband thrown care- protector would be injured for come, come along." 'I thoughtof sity. Her eye glanced wildly
I lessly bad<< upon his head, so as to his generosity, she entreated him I going to the Admiral's, Sir.' round far another object, while the

----',-, -- ------ display tie/ straggling locks of silvered to desist. 'II, am not wotthy'our 4 To be sure, to be sure ; we'll be old lady*strove to soothe her mind;
BY AUTIIORI 1'Y. grtY that flowed beneath, St a notice Sir,-only a drop Of water, under weigh in a minute.' "Yet, informihg her- 'twas herself who i
AVCT extending the term of pen :black ill; handkerchief loosely for I am very faint." *l Shall have Sir, perhaps he will not see me, or : had discovered her in the avenueat
wins' gr.i.ited 10 persons disabled, and knotted f pound his neck, over which the best the- house affords, while it may be injurious to his inter- the request- of old Will. Re-
("U." w, lows and orphans of those .who !lay the vhite collar of his shirt : I've a shot inj! the locker. Go a- ests ; and oh would willingly die freshme.nts were placed, of which

1t&v. !been of slain wounds, or who or have.died casualties in con-re- a short;, cudgel was tucked under long, old Mother Squeezlemon, to serve him, for he has a feeling i Lucy partook sparingly, desirous
*civ'I 1" 1 ndr AM. Ic in the line of their duty. on his arn. He had now reached the and get something for the poor heart." A what 1 a feeling heart I of knowing, yet trembling to ask, <

Vi.u-till' private armed ships of the Unli inn by the way side,,where he purposed child ; don't you see bhe's all be- Why are you here then ? But come whether Mr. M- was in the
tbl i suic-i. ll )rte l..r tae late war. heaving to, to hoist in afresh calmed ?"-u What, give my pro- along, sweet heart,' and discharg- house, $r had een the worthy ve. i
It" It fnaetfd by the Senate Q'ttdH'J1U' supply of grog and biscuit perty to vagrums and wencl.Js; !:=- ing'iue reckoning, they set off lit tcr'anu r Kina'coimucton' ?
of Rcflrcxrntativca of tile 44 Pro y, sir (said the Admiral
for the voyage. Crossing the not I indeed 1 Will you pay the company.Of
Unit-d Staff9 of America in Congress threshold and entering the passage reckoning?" uAast old Grampus! all the eccentric beings in : entering .the room abruptly, and

assemble That the pensions! his cars were saluted with Uiink! of this here when yoi stands this eccentric world, old Admiral addressing his nephew,) Pray, sir>
of all persons who: no' are in the vile discordant sounds of some one at'another bar, and the last grf'atI''ckouing M- was the most eccentric. He what ifoes that man deserve, who
.,>r.'iMt thereof, under tin provi- in a terrible passion. Never comes-how viII you had risen solely by merit from the tobs his friend of his dearest ire, a- !
of cabin Vice Admiral sure-*vho, stealing into the confi j
station to
-e t water and ashes to wind1vs look then ? This will stand a boy t
of the White and 'twas e- dence .of a young and artless girl j junder.the
the old tar, shortening black account against f fwhat'll (OU and ;
'. sooner a squadron you have to rub itoff with,. ver his boast that he hinever. flag of affection, turns ]
.... '; 0" engage men's : pirate: and plunders his prize with / j jrexnoijscieBs
skulk'd in ,
;I .i ':"ips than-one woman in iThey're eh ? Go, get her a >glass tf wine. great "
t ', .t l', t .J sure to have the 4Ancl 1 who's; to pay ? Vine in- nor been afraid to dip his hands: in cruelty The young ]
\, '' bucket u, I came in at the man sfkt petrified, for these ques-
Jack tar ,
'0 t d side even when sinking. deedget) her some water, a "
slain in tin public: or 1t'ivati armed .tie WAS l putting' about to stand off said the now alarmed lanclady, for hawse holes, (he would say,) anddidn't tions Were\ precisely accordant to
: vessels: of the United "il tcs;" again, when a sweet voice, in Will's reflection and the solemn creep in at the cabin win his otivr. feelings previous to the i
awl) an act pussed April sixh eiith, plaintive supplication, struck upon mariner in w'hidit was uttered, o- dows. He had been known U (entrance\ of his uncle. ** Answerme
hundred and !exclaimed the Admiral .
his hvar and brought him up.- perated powerfully on her conscience -
entitled '*.\n act in addition could raising his voice)answer me directly
oignlrcii.; 'Twas in reply to the vociferations ,-u Heave 10, you porpoise weeks together and no one ;
le) an act \giving pensions to of the termagant, and he lemainedhacking faced swab-none of your water ; tell where he went, or what had !"_* I cannot, sir, I 'am too
the urp'ians and widows of per- I and filling in the passa.t.Vh get us some wine, and the best inhe become of him, till his repeated deeply; sensible of error. -" Or
Pain in the public' : or privatear.neJ discoveredthe what does he merit (continued theAdru'ird.l
Cons of
&tt, money-clothes- house, too, d'ye hear. \Vhy.what's acts generous
icssi'ls of the United Stales"lo }: ill lust, did you say ? (exclaimeda i the luhber grinning at ?- tract he had taken. He would ) who, contrary to the
receiving view of relative that has -raised
tar 'as re n' 's 'H. "SOHS home without a
Will this she frequently return
I : rou.rh strained throat something satisfy you, ye old
>ensijiis! from( the fun-Is ari:)- notice enter the house him ;:to opulence, first contracted
resembling i the combined noise of shark (thrusting his hand into his previous ,
In-j; f."-)'n Ca1>t.u :4. and sulvny: { -s, a 1 .. iuctvsmft s u k ".-...Y -...... .=."... .i ,.---. ., lluu ua nau6 u. NLLL L/VI..IS '"'u, ,..*? nu bull, and or- himself to a young female, and
;n,"Ii' by ;lu private armed vr>>,15 i mill.)---All gone: eh ?"__.Ycs again filled ,with gold ;) Will this der refreshments, as jf he had never :- thendeu! ted her ?'*---' Infamy, infamy .
of the United: -Stated !>r, and) tnc :II Mu'am: all--all is lost to me,' rePlied satisfy you ?" The LandladY'bcuuntt'nance quitted it.-Not an old Sailor and disgrace:: (exclaimed they
ea.IH' arc'H're'JY\ continued, under:' a female, in tones which brightened up :- that ever sailed with him but was o y+ d.M.>---l feel it all all and
tilt! rrMriciious: and regulations in would have excited pity in any \Vhy if so be as how you meansto welcome to partake of his cheer ; shudder?' You have judged rightsir
the: said acts ctmtaiiifl I for and heart that claimed the.smallest acquaintance pay for it., that's another thing. and those who had been his mess- ;f--year acquaintance with the
during I iv: dltimal: term. of five with humanity. So Well, well, I|l dare says you're a mates previous to his mountingthe poor distressed child of Lieut. _
y"-su'Sj from Sc afu r t+u' l period! o, the 1 I I you ihi-ik that story will do eh'. ? gentleman after all. Come. child, uniform, if of good character, B ; -1 t ave just received information

ecn.rat'an, oie' s:1itllwnsions; ,..resectixeh (continued the firsltwont though, (to Lucy) I'm. sorry I was so harsh, but not so successful, as himself of, tfnd your own lips
p i : Provided however, That Missus, so you must tramp. I but it's only my way. There run always sat at h s own table. Pos- have condemned you.' Not so
tn" s ti'i tl'ylstJfls shall alone: bepaidfi : dont keep a house for vagrums, Sc John, and fetch a bottle of my best sessed of an immense fortune, much as my heart, sir, (replied
) ,) t.V! pr
pension: fit U, so called, and without i true ; the villains rubbed me of all, cakes-Stop, John, stop, 1'il gom'sdf I was drawn from ,the Spanish you:please, but oh suffer me to expiate
: 'Jut.s(. to the! United States I II I and I've walked many, many wea- for :the poor dear-"Ha, Stocks, yet without children, for 1 my fault-do not drive mo to
for vi y deficiency, (should such ry miles. Oh, but for a piece of ha, haVlat! a generous heart he was a !bachelor, he had adopted desperation !' 'Tis well I!, sir,
ore: U which may hereafter arise : bread ; a little cold water !-can (cried Will) how readily it expands ',his nephew, determined to leave you are convinced of your error;'*
thereon: And provided further, !I.I yu deny me this ?Indeed I've at the voice of distress him the bulk of his property.-The and ringing the bell violently a
That no pension shall l he paid to :I.I I not been used to beg.-\Vhy. (shaking his' p pets:)Here's the young man naturally of an amiable servant "appeared : Order Mr t
intermarriage that's the way with all you canting the key will unlock the flood gatesof disposition, on this accession to M-: ----'i horse to the dog r.'- '
nor to orphan chil- time his uncle's favor associated with Then turning to the man-
any creatures-all la,;ies, forsooth !- her benevolence at any young
irtn of such officer,' seamen n. or Where do you come'from'Oh, (holding up a guinea.) But come, some of the dashing characters of This is no longer home for you ;

, Burin.'sfter they shall ha'eat- Ma'am, I'm a wretched girl, yet I prett} one,: (drawing a chair,) sit the day, and became tinctured however you shall fir ,- hair thesattsiaction
tamed the age! of sixteen years. was once happy ; sorrow has indeed clown and fest.?-u Oh, sir, how with their vices and follies. Hr of facing the accuser;*
U. CLAY reached me-lost, lost Lucy !l' shall 1 ever repay your bounty ?" had been introduced to the familyof I mil again ringing the b. tCl-:
pcsker of the House of Representatives.v Lieut. B brother offi- ed,another servant to introduce the
till I
lAMI-i,'1). TOMl'KIXS, u Ha, I see how it IVhaf, said Lucy. Wait ax you, by a
Vice Presi.lent of tae United States, you've 'hl"'uvith the fellows, have replied Will, who felt hurt at the cer, and that acquaintance which tranger. No culprit never stood
and deut of the Senate. I you} ?-Why you go?d for'nothing !1tnere idea of betyg repaid. "Here. Miss, terminated so sadly for poor Lucy, more, agitated than M- while .
'vVasliington April 9. 1824: Apprm-i-d : : get! out of my house-get (said the Landlady, entering) take was begun. Yet he passionatelyloved I these orders were given :-he fixed -
J.YMES >:UVttiE.T out, I say I"-* Can you have the this nice cake and wine, 'twill do her ; but fearing the con- : his eyes upon the door in anxious -
cruelty t., let sue pt'rbhVhere you good. God bless your sweet demnation of the Admiral, and the expectation. But what were
N ACT certain acts of JamesMiller
;. \lovvrnor confirming of the Territory ofArkansas -where sh.ill; I find compassion, face i why do you think that I loss of his patronage, he had with- his feelings, what his agony, when

:m ; for otHer ouroxcs.Df if ntvtvl1 se* refuse it !- Oh- -re-- would go for to hurt a, hair of your drawn himself from Exeter with- Jicy herself appeared He would <(
it rnarffd by tIlt:Xriiuf'' and : 'nen bl'I", that m'l'cy-that pity is head ?" 'uThere, there's enough of out even bidding her farewell, have rushed towards her, but his
fJouae'if Representative of the [-the uliritiute! of angels"Don't it-no more palaver, I arn't a- choosing rather to immure him- uncle caught his arm) and in a

United -SYt/iV of America in Co/- talk' to me of angels, hussy and greed for that, you know, though 1 self from the world, than break the voice that made the poor girl
d'rose ase,,,ble 1, i'iial: : the dt1ihl: .!s (0,- tri'mirs, there's sesses, and suppose you'll' consider it in the '!oath- he had pledged to Lucy, or tremble-'No, s rVoul you a-
acts and l 1 proceedings of J .'nu's taxes, and poor's rates en >ugh- bill." Luckily, at this moment, to disoblige his uncle by marrying gain' coil like a snake about your
Miller, s liovernor of the Territory Jut I suy !\Vhat you wont, eh ? prevent the gathering storm, the without his consent, knowing that \ctim ? Would you once moreUng
of Vrlv-iusas, from the third Here, John ttei where are you bell rung violently in another the old gentleman was ambitious s a bosom whose only fault was .
day of Mut-Hi, A D. one ihou-aaml all ? you pack of idle vagabonds room, and she disappeared.- 'for his nephew to look for a wife loving a villain ? Go, sir: you

eight j iiuirlred; and twenty two, to Here take this Miss and turn her u Come, come, don't be backward, : agreeable to the high prospects in have forfeited all, pretentious tony
the ittiril! tUy of January, A. I). one 'HI t." lOh 11'1me implore your never mind an old sailor, (said : view before him, and equally convinced (: favour-you have degraded my
thousand ci gilt hundred and twrntv pky-here humbly let me beg'- Will.) Refresh yourself, and then I that to thwart his inclinations lame-you have disgraced your-
three, ht'1 and the! same: are hereby This was too much for our honest tell me what' I can do to serve i would but annihilate all his elf.-Go, and let me never see
declared to hath same validity : Tar. Entering the kitchen he beheld you ; speak as if I were your fa hopes, and, cast him adrift upon 'our face again I' This was too

force, and effect, as ir the a young girl, plainly but neat- ther."-'IOh, sir, don't talk of my the world. Such was the state of :much for poor Lucy ; she had ex-" 1
said James 1.l1el.hacl. been duly ly dressed, on her knees before an father-i! have fixed a wound inhishearl" affairs when Lucy left her home, p iccted a private imerview with
appointed and commissioned, for old woman. The tears were rut -" There, there, don't to endeavour to gain an interview:her lover, and imagined, when she

and during the said term, hy the fling down her pale face, and she cry, I ca n't bear to see a woman's with her lover, and fell in with old,quitted[ the house-keeper's apartment -
)resident of 1 the United States, as i seemed fainting with fatigue and. tears, it makes a fool of me ; but Will, who in early life, accordingto 'twas for that purpose ; thfc
Governor of the T Arkansas grief while a man grasped one tell me honestly all about it, for his own account, had sailed ti 'h folding doors of the drawing room

; and he is heren)' authori- shoulder, a boy the other, and amid I've got to be at old Admiral M's I the Admiral, and was now goingto were thrown open, and she found
ted to have and receive the same servant together_ were at- by nigh Of Grove," :' pay him a visit, and see some: herself in the presence of the Adliral. -
salary, p:1md emoluments, as tempting to forc he would) l 11\1 law have been entitled what's the matter here ? (said the Why aye ; do you know him !I" the principal partot the household;; cloak, that covered hift
during the same period, to veteran, flinging the man to the 'No sir| ;but-but I have seenI was composed. She had been! whale person, and his laced cock'dhat'uPon .
receive, if he had been so al)l)aintl opposite sitle of the room, and giv- have been in company with his plundered by some villains of all ;' his head ;-but the sentence -

od & commissioned as aforesaid. ing the boy a trip that laid him .nephew! and again she burst into she possessed at day break, but. was no sooner pronounced)

_-11'ashlntton.t. )_, roved April._ 9.1824.,_. sprawling on the other.) Cowardly : tears as' if her heart would break. still continued her journey, tilt. I than Lucy knelt before ,him impl -
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lubberly rascals! what grapplea Why(aye, I see, how it is ; knock worn with hunger and faint with :ring.'me ,cy. M. at the same -
C\-"LL.1X XUreenwich .I down for witch I fatigue she entered the inn and : moment, threw himself by heridfe
: vessel in distress ? And you, oldVi 1 a see .
Hospital' (turning to the landlady) to stand how its ; this is some of Master implored assistance.The caught her upraised hand,
A TRUE TALE. 1 looking on Is this a Christian. Tomm 's doings, eh ? Zounds shades of evening fell on the 'o hed it in his own and offered ,

It was on the afternoon of a lover -:i country? For shame, old woman i'" (clenching his fist) butno matter. landscape as they passed under lU' petitions with hers. The old
day in :immmer, a veteran Tar _" Old l woman, forsooth (exclaimed 'And wliere are you come from ?" the avenue of trees that 'led jo I Admiral dashed the tears from hiseYs
'' Sir.' And Grove-House.. Will, having and overcome by the scene*
came whistling through the the now doubly exasperated 4 From my 'Father's, promised
rote 'anethwt War Landlady.) Old woman, forsooth wh.o,is 'father?'?-: Oh do not to exert himself in obtaining gT sped their united bands, and .
cuts off considerau' .
a of asK.. is B-.' an inte'rvi portion of the main road br- Whzito, takes the-part me J my name, Lucy '
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.: \tude of Lucy, when' throwing off I inflicting upon slave trading the I Saturday, 2oth. "v ,a HBt llc mitrritnt for the term of Q months. very great intemperance! ; b" P' '"

!. .. his cloak and hat, he appeared before same penalty as upon piracy, and demand forjcolton/ during this There is no accounting for taste of style, manifested bj' ue vir tift.;
in week 4yas bern animated and in these timcs.-lJalt. fed. Rei.It ,
; her as her generous benefactor I.propose to-night to bring a very 1 tttrIs6ur hlltJi

i-\;: protrctor, and guide-even old bill with precisely the same object, speculators is well as the trade

i..' Will and after it shall have passed, the purchased teely Upland' was in will be perceived by our legislative -, .

. BlockAN OLD SAILn natives of Great Britain and of the : most request, which with* Alabama -: record that one or the last The National IntelHHrilce_ 110.

United States, will co-operate for has adv/nced/ J a 4 per lb. and ,I acts of the legislature, was the removal tices the deaths of three me

: The following singular fat: is the purpose of extinguishing this about half the business done in i I of the lIon. De Wilt Clinton Revolution soldiers, Major r *

, ".' -* related by father: Bougeant. traffic, as far as regards the subjects these descriptions were on speculation -!I from the office of Canal, Commissioner. neral HENRY MILLER, of CarliT!

. A spairow finding a nest that of the two powers. The pre ; all other sorts are more I .-Argus Albany J\f. Y. I Pennsylvania, died there on **?

,I" *\ a martin hd just built, slaiding sent is not the opportunity for entering saleable gt last week's prices'I'11t .- 5th insi. GABRIEL ALLEN, fOPtL\ *'

:: very conveifenl for him possessed into the details of this arrangement totw sales amount to 21,782 In announcing adjournment last 14 years PoVmasleral Pro'

ilL ,Vnnselfof i it The martin eing ,- but honorable Jentlemen bags, vi:. 13,359 Upland, 87 at of the legislature of Massachusetts dence, died on the 3d instant

:, : ,the usurper in her house called who recollect how anxiously 71 a 7.}|. 2755 at 8 a 8'd, 2672 at !I the Nantucket Inquiier! says his 75th year. In Anne Artnidei J

'" for help to expel bin:. A ttiou- questions of maratime law have, ] 8i a Sid, 3362 at 83d, 3170 at 8| a I-what they have done, in matters\ .,I county, Marylandon the 30th.', t

'f, sand martins came full speed and at all times, been contested between 9d, Iio3 'at9a9d, '260 at 9d ; 'pertaining to the General good of March, Caplain. VACHEL BUkGIIa

attacked the sparrow ; but the latter us and the United States, 1751 \\ew-Orleans at 8f a9d, I the state might have been rt'curd.1 deceased. Captain Burgh "a .i..
::'. t'" eing covered on every side, will readily suppose that some 415jat 9} &9f, 349at9j a lOd, 445 I ed on the margin of a two dollnr tached for seven years to 'tlie-1t6:

;. and presenting onlv. his large beak points of dignity have been reserved at 10'd a 10d, 182 at lid; 50 at'' bill ; what they have wotdone, will volutionary Army on the l\tatl.

" I at th, entrance of the nest, was invulnerable on both sides, and certain rights lld, Ibat 13d. 1569 Tennessee, be felt in the bamboozltd bosoms I r land Line ; and particularly dstit.

4 & made the boldest of are declared not to be prejudiced. Sec. 194 at 8J a 9j, 884 at 7| a 8jd, of their constituents. I ,-: : guished himself, and obiainrd the

' them who durst approach him re- Whatever has been agreed upon 481 at 81 a 8. 60 at 8-3d 371 Sea """" ;i <' eulogies of his commanding (jft.ccrs *
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1' 'pent their temerity. After a quar- hdS been agreed with respect to Island, 68 at 13 a 13id. 180 at3l Occident.Yeslerdajafterndon, Court-Housel-

+ ;; tc of an hour's combat, all the this subject. We have each reserved a 14d, 10 at ))4d, 81 at 15d. 22al on board the Sloop Lici. Pollt-ys, taw Springs. and at the unfurt

.:.,1 martins disappeared. The sparrow to ourselves the right of 17 \\0 at 20d. 395 stained do. 25 from Boston, a seatjan wHose nate battle Camdcn, under Ba..
seemed tu think he had got administering our own law, although at 8 a 8d, 21J at 9 a 9d{ 89 at 9! I Christian name was T, mas, sur- ron cle 11'" ..,. ro ,

:;.:: the beiier, and the speclalor judged the right of capture belongs a lad? 20 at' 1 0l, 29 at; II }d, 22 at I name unknown shippci as Qouk : .IV. i. ratriol.

",!t l that the martins had abandoned to both : if a British slave 121do 1414'Pernambcco, 757 at I the day before sailingfrom, $os- .

.;:'; their undertaking. Not in trader he taken by a ship of the I ]11 a 12 d657 at IIi' a II- ct, 20 ton, WaS severely wourfled in the The Likeness of BOLIVAR the I iBERATOR

: the Icasl.-In a few stconds the United States she is to be sent to at 12d. H622 Bahia, 8JO at lo1 a I temple by the burstiug if a swivel: was sent to a commeicii'i

'':;': -1 1 returned to tiC char e-and each this country for adjudication, and lOfd,: 622 at iod, 15/at/ lid. 515 which was fired on ejeringithe house in this city by Don Santiago .

i :: I ot! tjem| having procured little of her crew for trial. The same reservation Maianham,230 at 10| a i0d:, 285 :harbour.I A piece of he swirel;i Tabara, an inhabitant of t

that tempered earth, with which has been claimed and at 11 a 11}. 50 Mina nova at 10U; !r struck him on the heal, and so town of Puira, near Lima, to be

they make their nests, they all at conceded on the part of the United 30 Demerara at 12d. 51 West In- I[I fractured the skull thi he : has placed, as he requests, "in the

; t once fell upon the sparrow,. and States, and were otherwise. ma- dia,31 a* 8Jd. 20 at j. 399 Car- since been in a state of iisensijili- Hall American Heroes Tbt

enclosed) i ini in ihe nest to 1 perish ny disputes and inconveniences I thagena: at 7.1 a 7|. 131 Barbadoesat !ly and cannot long sur\vt'. > He gentleman, to whom it was sent

::4 ,, there, since they could not drive might arise.-When the treaty is 9'd. 20 Egyptian at .1od ; 18'"urbon is understood: to be a nllive: of has deposited it (for the present

.. ,him thence carried into operation, I trust it at 11 d. 56 Surat, 26 at Georgia-and is about 17 Veai:.'i of where it will doubtless be viewed)

', Can it be imagined. that the will be found completely efl'ectual 6l ; and 30 Bt ngal at 6\d per Ib.FROM age. Port 6 Gciz., to most advantage. After remain*

.;., rti'artins could have been. able1 to for its purpose.<< I trust also, that 1 ing in the Academy of Arts for

bJtd1 and concert this! design, all the benefit will not stop hen for, HAVANA.-By the A writer in tie Bostou CoJrit'r. I length of time, it will be takenta%

:\. ... Of iTumingpttur, without some where it is kno'vn, that th*. two ship Mary Sc Susan, Capt. Cou- in refeience to a favorable report i the Picture Room of the Corpora

,I. : Vru'dium communication equivalent 'first maratime powers of the world THOUY, arrived on Saturday, in 4 made by a Society for employing lion and hung up thf'rtmlOr.. *

.. '- to language I huve so far consented, to compromise days fiom Havana, we have"received Q the female poor, states; tha', fhat- the portraits of the American
7 / S :- Gazette, Georgetown, S. C. I their mutual pride, as to submit the papers of that place loathe ever advantages the Society ; maybe 1'triols which ado n that Chamber IJ--

':;...;:f ." _. -.....' .-----*---- -k-- 'M'" .--' ..ss-v' to thrive regulations, lor the 19th list. A paper of the 18th, able to confer on their di'ptndcnts |t Lei the public seize the oppouuni"*

:'.; ,"'; -r'I-.ri.7rt... .; sake. of! suffering humanity, with ('onans the following information they. are not equal to thru aid ty, while it is yet to be viewed, at

: i I; -- n ; small: .race. and no small now-i' f furnished by- Cat. t. \\ ILSU, afforded to similar i purpose bone > :thf Academy of Arts, to look

, t; :;" --' By the ship Perfect. arrived: at er, they may ask any third party of the Schr. George Washington, gentleman, a merchant, of that : on: this patl'iot-the represent up.

to joinjn \irtuousand benefi from, Ivarudo.TheSupreme. who has, during the las four tion of a man, whose
. H' Charleston from Liverpool, the editor city, name, cou-
dulompar.t.. Kxr Mtive Powerof caused be i th those of the
th'e Couriei years, to manufactured pl'dt hcro* of
, i of harleslon i
.' The Greeks illuminated the cityIlMiSSoloflgh1on Mtiico, by a Decree of'the 17th on his own account, by females belonging the North, will be graven in the
:1 \ : has n'ct'ht a Liverpool paper of, March has determined not to suffer -
( the news of the to the poorer clas|, up- our latest pi-slerily, as
":,*+"":- the 2'Jd March and the London death of Sir Thomas Maitland, anj goods to be introduced o! wards of eighty thousand ? garments the first among the protectors ani

:"Ji.,;. .. Courier to the 17th. Governor of the Ionian Isles. Liiy pant of'the coast, under any I aK of which he has e*port- benefactors of mankind.

,;j:;,' ;:\ The following! from the extracts -:, Fo'dgll.lI.fIi" London .March 16, 1824. I flag waatever, if coming from places td. Such a man, in the Way of IbidJtfaraugt'er8.It 4.
ukdcr the dominion of the
given in his paper. The King has been pleased to real goodness anJ acts of btjnevo- t
H Spanish government. !fence, is "himself a ."-;
t There is no polilical news cf jppoini Newman Lsq. to benis Tt: Decree is to go into operation host.u. S. Gaz.TlIE .
; :.V.-j sty's Consul for th,.' states appears that
.impol't 1UCt". The Cotton Marke'is : in regard to vessels from the I ,
f SOl'laund South I the prisoners on board the Ceres
improving, and the sales of tinveek Carolina, to ports of the United States, in 40 .,I .
I ; eside al Pt'iisacola; by omission or
at Charleston. I
ending on Saturday the 20th.v and from in four ABOLISHMENT OF Ufr-RISOX., per
: days| ; Furope mission of the officers of the Ccl
I.. 'f'} ,1 re very heav\ amounting ;c> E.1''lU'ts of Jitters. moi.ths frera its publication. After I I NEST FOR DEBT.-A great })rinci- lombian
f ';'} 21,700' bales"of which 13,30Q\\'cH "Liverpool Mutch 18. We that time they will be seized as pad triumphed in the Senate yesterday their squadron, are all finding
now I wa ashore and from Per.sa
> ;
t ,
and the will be
'. I.t'! Uplands.He 0 X'g to :adviu ytIi ill-it .du, fl l..n.,1" !) "s.-Pat.DOMESTIC.. U-..*.,! .,... ,.?., **f day.L L l0'-..-mrm--. ifj its cola, they come directly to NmoiLy
:. '!: rl West India question whic'' fl..UtLOfl! in our market IS very history. That enlightened bodycsterday ;, UIlUl'r tlnprnrA': uf finding

. :'t1 I' .. h:\ caused so much' uneasiness and 'brisk at Present. The sales since \' gave ill final .ian tion to : passage to New O. leans, there 'tp
r '
:; .; jj'i al I' .,1' uoi n Lit* 4-4,ionl.t 1'- Friday the 12th inst, amount to BUCKINGHAM.We I report themselves to the Spanish
an act, w"t'nture ,
Jo say
', ; gisJatui-es i and Great Britain, cafu ; -4.000 p ac k a ge s, (If w Iiii'li i near \\ already staled, that ibis will command the'applaustt of the Consul, for aid and comfort. '"
lor dis-ussion in the Btitisi ',, .o'm were In the mid- '
} Uplands.
ou genlleman had been sentence'd to and acquire for thk body Thus far we do not know thaI
'J } dia.nwlIl ors thf 16th ult. \\ ht'll'' :ling qualities of this country
: description
: thirty days imprisonment, for an itself a durable rinowq, One r any wrong has been done:-buthowjdoes
,t::' ; ir. Canning :n the House of Com- ,ere is an advam e of Jd per lb. ; i alledged libel on the Russian Minister ranch of the National legislaturehas l that justify the Colon*

, n>t ns, and Lord Bathurst, in th -we do not, however, alter our I at Boston. The following is at length said, that debl shallno bian Offict rs, or the Police powers .
" Ii .%e of Piers, developed the quotations, as their maintaining of Pen
0' policy
I from his paper. Sa,'. keji. longer be considered criminal aco1a. We wish to at':
of the government uppn this their present position, or receding "Broiher Editors have ben: mob/' -that the dungeon shall no: longer tach no blame unnecessarih
ino'v.entous subject.-:Mr.Canninappea totheir former one, dependsentirely in know and rt the authonliiS
'infernally pOlite' circulating be the. portion of the; honest sped
s perfecuy to 1.:now, and te. on the demand should it
: the result of my late trial in the debtor The bill which has at Pensacola, as men aid as gentlemen
' .om : fi "I!, the delicacy and the danger of continue, which we sle'nu pass-
t good -fut surtl.the
: municipal COul't-soOlr, appareniIyui ed is necessarily qualified and ) are fully
!: i ; '- the topics which gate rhe to th ,2\SJH to doubt,. !)ViCS' mav ad-. tone of and apprized of the promised
---j -- a sympathy; others guarded-It gives no immunityto mischief
:) (]t-1)IIC.: His 'speech was character \ alice a little further. ; '
Tlie.buhi- in a tone of exultation-and fraud and it contains ;the requisite in this kind of neglect of an in;.
-" : ised by a wist- and rcflectins.fr.recaM ,ess has been almost with .
: entirely all seem \o suppose that 1 am'novvin checks to shield iu! ben- porluni duty. For the gallant Colombians
which dispels the illusion l (" dealers bu
. e littiehaving been
gaol-I am happy to undeceivet1iem fits from abuse ; but the senate has we shcald regret ex*
'. : r of a heated enthusiasm. The mea-r taken by the speculators. Rice is in tins last particular, and! subslantially and formally, declared Uemely, ainb 'at.y tlifnjr to thei
,;'1}. IUl'S of'ht' government, under hU 'tn)' dull. inform them ll at 1 could not think against firincijile of imprisonment prejudice, and we can but believeth

II' : auspices, cui.not fail to product "Cotton Upland, 7'd a 7jd ; Or- of oinglo gaol under a senlence for debt it has trodden .*i they have acted thoughtlessly *

j I the most salutary: effect, and to eans, 81 all ; Tennessee, 7 a 81. from an inferior courl. There down and trampled under foot one I and without due regard to lh$

.:::1 p !' restore the utmost harmony and Sea-Island, ,12 a 20; stained do. 8 will be a rehearingoftlie whole bus of the last remnints of feudal ando I consequences.The ,

confidence between the colonies &. all ; Surats 5? a 71 ; Bengals, 53 s-ness some time next winter, nan barbarism, hich the force facts are as i"ollows.-AJJ

L the parent Count}'. a 7. Rice, in bond, 15s a 20s 6d." when, if the supreme court say so, education & rabit have been : ihe of
1i able private seamen the Cciet:
k t We extract speech below} in ,relation a part of to Mr.Canning's tht'. [Same date.uThe .] why I must ake the best of it- successfully to uphold until are ashore, and the greater part

sales of Cotton go under-the screw for thirty days, the of the lof them
abolition; of the Slave Trade, h I yesterday now, against spirit age.We making for this placefwe
\vi yrhol' are apprised of the existence } amounted to nearly 4000 bags, at and come out a new member oJ'soci- cannot doubt that the concurrence understand that fifty of them
of that Tull price, but we do not quote any' etlj.V uuJd to heaven, some that of the other branch will render arrived in town yesterdav. Tbti6
" a treaty on subject, .
?91t I bit ween this and Greai (.1\'ance. '1 here is a fair attendance I could mention were white washed the overthrow of this anomal- mer left their vessel without a del

, l'i' ,L WhiCh country is alike honorable lo of the trade from Manchester as easily' Till then 1 bpg of all ly in our system complete and per. lay-they wuld not remain neaf

': bo. i contracting parties :- to-day, hut they are not eagerpurchasers ediiors, hat their exultation may pelual....J\at. Int. 'ensacola without risk from the

: : J J h ;Pmonly mode attaining, the unless at a trifling re- he reserved, and in the mean lime, ,,' Patriot forces-they had no place
<,'&: li-m in At all their sympathies be transferred
a public to to but l\lobilc-and
j go thl'yarriv *
; object we have in view IS this : An order was issued from the
sale of Rice yesterday 350 casks lo any of my near sighted neigh here first
as they set outs
.. thai nation shall for itself
. every adjutant General's office on.the,
bours who suffer from
of fine ,
new Carolina were may more without What alterna-
:) Slate brought money.
c dare
; piratical 4th Inst. announcing that the Se-
forward, when 18s. 3d. disappointment while I am out of live have but
; only weirofTired they stealing -ifctf .
; to 'it' liable : ,
law '
; ? to tne same an at War had directed 10
: .; and the afterwards gaol, ,than 1 shouid front mortifi- cretary must
parcel pirate
was stal'\'e-and
the or ant
: s'ted by sanction I be
pit same co panics of artillery to stationed -
sold at 18s. 9d.1 for cation were 1 in it. As I love, draw the
i I I Ift. in fart, w.ial we in Kn han 1 call I the at Fortress Monroe (Near may conclusion.
London however to bestow whenever
market this pleasure
vli : Biu'ulahle pi irdcy. This is what : ; is a reduction N >rfolk,) to be organized as a Regiment Happily for us, our good ana
it is i.i
1 C vat Britain )has on -more: than .of Is. 8d. per cwt. Everytli' my power, let these and to be called the ". frtiUery excellent Mavorvason the alert- ':
:: natured
b.jt the best good friends be instructed,
one occasion. roposrd ; but she quality" is Unsaleable and know that other indictments cor/is for Instruction"-Co- I these suspicious foreigners were:
; ;f has !hitherto always proposed it in at present. I land, J. R. Fenwick : Lieut. Colonel I arraigned this morning, and itl has
their muturit '. Mr.
,4 I vaii. (Ht.a.Vl' offered both [Same du/t'.l. I are Brewer on [see way Polict to C..frt in) another A Eustis ; ,Major, A. C. W. been arranged that they depart ft*,
tonee' andthe United States by uTTert' ;s a brisk demand foi I Fanning. "The field officers, New Orleans, ,to their Consul
column No. Market'
oT ts3
,1 ; lie-I y.. to !gibe i a right of mutual 1 Cotton partly on speculation, under St. has entered] his complaints, before with the Director of Artillery, and fo rth w it Ii.-Mobile !Ier. ddv. 4'

vs t and search, in case oi suspected the belief that the imports Instructor of Mathematics, shan
the grand jury, and it would
'I Slave TI'. diuJ;. But Hoi. this year from the United. States form a board of which a majority 0Y
'p.. gentlemen will not !be surprised. will be 100,000 bags less than the not shuuldbe be- strange sentenced, if in the end, I. of the members shall constitute a I Paddy S'co-through the a gen.*
lo the state cyofhsout door friends fe*
.: : : recollecting the many sore points I last. 13,000bags have been sold prison for life. There's comforl quorum of business over which a
f I (If maratime law and maratimepride ,I since the 13th, and Uplands are the Colonel or senior officer present days since, succeeded in digesting.:
; I I that have 1-8 to 1-4d yet. himself his irons; and was pi<
'" we never, hitherto per pound dearer shall pres -The boardis
.. been able to accomplish our object March, assemble pared to escape; which he wouA
19.-The demand for to as soon as practicable
Penitt'ntiarYo-John M'Curdy, unquestionably, have effected, but
;1 with ithrr. (Hear.) I am now Bowed for the of
this week
: has been considerable presented, himself to the Police, purpose forming a for the accidental discovery of il*
therefore, happy, in being able to and of'generaf
an advance on that demanding to be sent to the Peni- system regulations, situation of his shackles. Circumstances
Ic t infoim the House, that
not maii'L description of l-8d lb. comprising the' course of instruc
per has tentiary. He had done nothing to which thim
h" urs, or rather no* ... presenud
many cbys ago been established. In Orleans tion. Sec. Richmond
the entitle hinvlo that distinction, but selves in the course of the satfft
a Treaty; was
received signed, currency is unaltered. The sales he had been
just released Irom the for thC
induced the
: J by Right Honorable day, :
__ Relation
my of all kinds
amount to about
15,000 same place, and finding that he William B. Giles U. hit :
our Mlnis'er to the United States formerly a District to claim him as. pr1SGi
; 4 since 13th inst. '
; and by the, American Minister could not obtain work, and being States senator from this state, has er-the necessary investigatI0was
according it is understood '
: this mutual right of visit. greaterpart on unwilling to steal, he desired to be commenced the publication of a had ,and, now, he and hi! I-

. i (Hear hear, hear.) It has been speculation. The market closed sent back.-"Why don't you go to series ot numbers in the Enquirer, sociatesst: fully commiliedifracjr .
yesterday rather flatly, and to-day the Poor House said the magif-; under, his own signaturet' again't.Messra. and will I be arraigned be'
'1 : granted of course, under certain there is fair / ,
.' rrt ulations and restrictions a do'ing. tra1eU ecause, my wife is there," Monroe and Clay. The fore the U. S. District Court. ,\

' c : _. ., in to both States. The House, apply.is 91 a. 9j We Sea quote Islands Uplands, 7 a said the man, ,and I have acquaintances first number only has appeared. It understand, that the testimony J
; 12 a 19 ; at the Penitentiary prefer is bitter in the extreme and we cotniusivebut the Dt'll
,. piotably axvare that in the United New ; give ,
Suits has ",, % all ; Alabama, going there. He was adjudged should think, that it will, lose the : his due, and leaic Paddy t bJ.;
an act
already pasted
,71 & .
,' disorderly and grtifiedbya, com powerof,inflicting a.woundby the chan .-,lbid. .I
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0 ..
Lr eh and nl'lgtd ,on Could the enemy!(\ t. :tnccnderab1e tract tare "'l1/.9KEYt..t'irth from 26 to 28 cents, UNITED 9T..TE90F AMeRICA.tJistrIciof .

IP rlS&g@th( 'mankind himself have given a lesson Clio pittX; tK u \rants composed. ofplne6srren and will no doubt improve while' it continues West .
Florida .
__ 9 more subservient to his designs, or more uf very commen and even to come in such small parcels.-. .

-- SA Fi5itiiXY5tAY22, 1824.. likely to add to the numberofhis wretched inferior quality and by no means .at present Arrived this week 76 barrels. 'IN AUJ\l\\\Ala 'i,
either locally' or intrinsically .\&IuL. JL.IRD is improving-good quality
t "j7/tow" Fever.-It is with deep regret subjects ? And jet we see no account ble,to a white;population.The now commands 8 cents.' nrn EREAS &Lib l hJ.th bcfiiel in

that we learn, from -a gentleman latelyfrom of these persons being apprehended and insinuation that those people are SUGAR-prime quality is getting fY the.District Court of the United

New-Orleans, that this dreadful disease committed for trial ; nor is it probable that wont to depredate upon JLhe stock of their quite scarce and sells for 7 1-2 to 8 cents taret for the District of West Flori.'., In
white neighbours, is unjust and inexcusable in town. ; the 11th day of March, in the year oi our
made its appearance in we. hall : as long as our law-makers are I
: Lord
has already thousand
: they possess and can always command FREIGHTS still continue low,, but one eight hundred and

that cit)'. While we sympathise with our themselves law-breakers, and our most the most ample testimonies from consider them more lively at our rates twenty-four, by William F. Steele Esq. -:

friends; in Ncw.Orleans, Jet us not be unmindful distinguished officers both civil and military the inhabitants of their immediate vicinity than for some week past. Attorney ofthe United States for said Di*.

countenance and by their of their correct and satisfactory deportment trict, against! a certain schooner called
of our own liability, or too presumptuoUS -
I am not inclined to accuse STATEMENT the Honda, her tackle, apparel and filrniture'stating' -
example the commission of such crimes, OF COTTON.
on our present prospects Justicia ofintentional wrong, but he certainly that'an the 27th day of ''February .
hand 1st Oct. 1823 Bales
and suffered to do with ,, on 2869
health ; let us recollect that, though our are ,. so impunity to say the least indulges largely ,Arrived this week, 7474 ,in the year of our Lord, one thousand

city is highly favored as to its situation, so 1ongw.J1 cowards the most (dastardly in that prejudice, which is unhappily but previously, 119083-1265JT eight hundred and twenly-four tha

it depends upon our own exertions, coxvards who are too abject to dare to obey too common a feeling, on xae part of the i said hooner Florida, whereof wa mq
yet, white man towards his red brethren. I terat that time, James which
whether we-shall be exempted front the the laws of their country: and the commands 129426 schooner Day, said
Yl OEX.I was then lying 'm the
of their God, and to brave thesneers Exported, this week, 7536 port of .
Devastations of this insatiable dcntoyer.In .- i New-Orleans, in fhe, state of Louisiana '

our first number, we expressed our of their profligate and depraved Mn. DITon.-Much has been said on previously, 1,. 9O81298348F and bound to the port ot'PensacoJa. in tho,

hopes and wishes on this subject, and we companions: challenge antI accept challenires '.I the subject of paying the jurors, and whe- Territory Florida, and having on boarda

are very sorry now to observe, that no- ; butone', example of the execution therthi Territory or the United States To Liverpool, for Cotton-per,i lb. in of certain Judith,female negro other slave, of the name

of.L dudllst, taken from the mOSt 1 Ipnnnnent : should bear the expenses of our Courts.- being than those notedf\

than has among American els 1.2d
thing more :l \ rtising JLS yet her manifest did
oVenders would do : Now, I: do not pretend to be a very deep having first made
Do. do. do. in do 1.2d
more Br.
been done; we have ne er had o"r yards iwards out a subscribed duplicite manifest .
: of
but it to the every
politician : seems me, question .
and premises examined by the constables, stepping, the frequent resort to the may be settled by a reference to the France, do.in do. 1 cts. negro, mulatto,or person of colour!

l1orhn'n' heiml that they have v'sited; field of Acrid-, than all the unexecuted, first principles of our republican government. N. ports Do. do.the U.do.S. for Cottoaper lb. ct.25 on board such vessel, including such ne-
I bale gl
laws and the per gro female slave,aforesaid,'and without I
ther\3 on subject enact .
enclosures of of neighbors: ,
the any our ; it I Do. do Tobacco per hhd, 3 50
I Because Britain wished tax her colonies hIavinprevious1y delivered the some to -
inexcusable ed written \unce the declaration of American to Wholesale
is the Prices Current.
responsi- I collector the said
without them to .of port in manner &
admitting a'ott" in .
I Independence. Butter, lb. 8 12 cts. uull.
a form
who the
b.litof the officers are upcrii.tcnlants : making the laws, she was resisted a'reqUired by the act of Congress
We observe that the of the subjects upon Beans, bbl. 2 a 2 1-2 wanted. entitled "
of the cleanliness < is names an act to prohibit the
o our city, the principlethat there ought to be no importa
Coffee \Y. I. Greenlb. "
22 23 sales.St. .
a tion of slaves "
great and awful, and we should be glad to of the p't.cecllUS'lire Cogdell; and I taxation, without representation This Domingo, 19 a 20 do. 1807 and &c, approved March 2d,

Wigfall, the inner of Charleston and the has now become an axiom in politics, and without having obtained a permit
see them act as though they considered!. it Cotton La.. & Miss fine, 18! a 19 m
its truth at th" da is to be manner as required by said act,
\ not questioned
latter of is the i
S. C. Cogdell Do. '
llaaburg -
ftr from good, 16ial7
SI). are being Disposed to How stands the case with us ? Have depart and sail from the aforesaid portof

{iid f: 'llt or to gru.nhlt and shall: be veryglad survivor ; tit quarrel i is said to have ori. I we any voice in making our la\\s, or m i Do.Do. gd. fair fair, 15 a 16 "" i" New-Orleans to the port of FensacoU

to award praise when we see the po. I ginated; at YJIe College. I chousing our legislators ? \\ e h ave none Do. 14 a 14$" aforesaid having the aforesaid negro slave
13 13
lice of our city i j.rc.pt-rly: attended to ; hut I i I; \\ e thinkhe names ought to accom- ; -Uncle isa n appointiTcvcry legislator Ct Do. inferior ordinary, 11 'a a 1J$$" :::2- on violation board contrary to the-said act, and in

'>iice ot' this affair and that every cfhcer, either directly or remotely ofthe laws of the said United
onvl lives of panevery Mobile S. Ala. 14 **
on a Mibjoct our fl'loct'Zt'ns! and. ourselves : that of Oo dcll the father, should be held cklabhshes courts, and calls jurors from Do. 2d qual. 12$ a 13 do. her tackle
their farms to Attend the courts he has apparel and furniture baa
convd'T it o-ir dun not to I' up to pubic infamy and disgrace. Do. :3d qu.1. lU a 11 do. become forfeited
depend, we thought proper to establish, for his own to the use ofthe said U-
., -- '" ...... --1.---- Ten. & X. Ala. prime, 14 d.14$ fair dem. lilted
spare where ba! $
h.tbeenomtM.rfi sin j P c.rciilalion, requesting i (1 (). 1.1L eJVJ[!.l1'1' I. \ 8. is the cause of all this expense, he oughtto Do./ 3d qua qua!. Ivj a 11>; do. that rmxyiition all : of this honorable court

the C-ty ('(,tllici1) to employ a scavenr J -, pa' the damage. And ne ivii too, if Flour, 1st qual. bbl. go 25 persons interested in the said
he is an honest tcilow ins Florida, her tackle and
or regards own apparel
I,', cart and 'v h'1t"hort.! to be able I Ito K:littr of lite Peiitat-efa (;(tzette. ciedit.It hippng, 5 25 furniture, may be cited in general and

the ; of this Sill A wrier: in our eighth uiunber, Hutu, Dried, 10 a 11 sales..ated .
announce lopton measure, is in vain to say, that he has not established special, to answer the premises and all
ovei fhlp' signnture .Itisticia, in replying : 12 a 13 do..JfaIumes due
and that our 7ioV.ce rvpilat-ons will receive our count) couits ; for I heard iJrocct"d.ngs being had, that the sam*
article in Mt.b'.le: has takena on plantation, gal. 20 a21 none.Siiui& .
a 5 a nu bj
paper ; ) condemned forfeited
and the
unwearied t a laW cr the other day sa m that to
: 'and attention ) court,
: that
rigid La.
viewoithc late treatwith the Indians on plantation, Ib, 7 a 7$ cts.
use tile said
of the : wHat A man does by his agent, he does in pt United States, according to
\\'ll1ch the :a .mporuncc town,
in warranted fact 7ja8
SUbjc.ctiee this not by the form
Territory, oy himself," and he read iaw books to.. ofthe statutes such case -nado
: loudly l demands. and animadverted with mote freedom and Havana, white 12 a 13 and provided.
proIt oo. Now our LCg'slatic'oun-
I less candour than consistent with the brown 9 a 10 scarce:
are I
( cil, 1 conceive- Uncle: aam'> :ient, to UEREFORE, in pursuance ofthe monhio.i -
title he has assumed in his efforts to dis- Loal, 18 j 20 do.
; make law$ fi.r the under the seal ofthl" court aforesaid
Error Correcd.-ha another co'umn good) peoplt of Florida '
: Lump, 16 a 17 do.
I posOftie) word /l'st>MJe, which appears and tiiepeo1le ua\e no more todo w.tlithe to me directed and delivered, I do hereby

our rC tl"rt0':11:! filld:11t extract fiom the ,, to carrv ,'to Mm) an offensive meaning, tie : business than so many cal) e.. Well, S.lt, Liverpool blown, sack g2 50 GIVE MMIGKto )

Jlobde Mercaiudt :Ad\crt'ser reflcling takes the position that the Indians of Fior i tills: Council ttabhisiie1 ground, gJ 25 a 2 37
will under the Amexicangfve j couits, c.lled the -Turks Island bush. oJ a 4J the aforesaid James Day, aud to all and
on tIle Pol'Cc o' our c'.t\: a" also on the da yre tenants at people Irani ilu'.r and
rtifnent-hving been received as eu.jjlo) mcnts oc- SLins Ieer, in bar, lb. lo a U sales.sitaved singular, every person or persons interest .
Colombian Ofticcis, n our harui.r since :>.oacd a c.) iiiderab.c I
> ; I 2uw
and such / expense.is 16 a 18 do. ed ill. and to tri: articles aforesaid, thatthey
such from Spain, as havuigr no I
tills; article! Ac have seen: oi.ei O-S lick hamill at _the ootiotii utah tuis; Buffalo be and said *
was ;i; tvjic gus! !be\OMd what the United; States, in ; I I ; skin, 2 75 a 3 Uj scarce appear before the court,

thci-e oihecrs, vUiot.ssurts us that the : the ir kindness- ma mete out to them. It I I ougid to (p I.t.i\ tue jurors liat the? Suca. ; Hear, do. 75altw o'ubucco at the court house in Pen&.cola, on the

Mobile l lhtnr-lrt'IJllthrlm.-t&ke. The j 1_is admitted by .'tI ticia however, that in : p rl"r from C'ouit; ins peculiarly his own and ih.rcctI / 1st quality, 4 a 4$ sales. first Monday in November nest, then and ,

didus ,'ct'h ;i the northern of the United States : } o\vu factory, and IC \'l find 'd qinhty 3| a..,$ do. there to interpose their claim for the
chtion; of l"ui )( parts ,
<<>;ILuu:; \ll : IIC) l'e SOn rtiiv lit- Uould not ju.
the nations have reserved portions of tlit't:; pathe ;.<: ct su>pended, o! a J$ do. same, and nuke their allegations in that
tilt; necessity; of further! renurVs, by us, lamU. Hut (says he) they were rors as well u*> Uie judges, ":I1J inuralialstilercof. ; : !bale, S a4 behalf.:

aid; \n '\:fir to it fora cam-ct: view of theubject. i I i owners of the :oll." Not so the lauds -Spanish, 1":1 a 17 dull. William Sebree,
U Uuwe\ bt rathtr SO.IK thing has been sad ui!):>ut the tax- TallrJ"U"mt"rlcan lb. 0 11Va.i
may questionable i uf Florida] they: were purchased<< from lOt, tiu-iiisL I a i\,a'shav.. F.
hou (r it s an act of ci'rol t", Spain will the inoifey of the people.hence ."- i..tgisi.itive. Council hid for I Bees, do. 30 a 32
HLU''j ng court Now 1 Pensacola May 18th, 1824112w.
eApciues.: never
to liberate any individuals: at a d'lAtaiice I U I would ask: did Spam derive the coiiiu ruiu -..
orauthor.U the
rugit Le-
any I'
right to ell these lands ? not by fair 1 -
in i purch.ise &ij
from titer $(1Jfle. without: ar.y ino.icv. gi' i. ttvjlHLouiicl hal; to tax u>: more": than MARSHAL'S SALE.
: from: theborglIwc:, who have; it ingIFt
and l..otot wl.ither: tile I'aruanieiit of i.real
pock its wC. I Jli.tam. &o i
; from that !bi-i ig, who t is the God of the : Superior Cnurt of West Florida
our Mobile: brethren arc correctly informed .I well the lnoii-hi L .Cle:: sain, and ordered it Hut to I OUT ()F PEVSdCLi
red as as white man : who regards be ( Uiic: "'6aiu wituout hs A- PrllnclllCO Honnl "'\ I J Y virtue ofE

in this particulars not. not colour ; who placed the Indians Kttin, iiiaa.iut Uncle aa..i 15 not consent.In the hab ARRIVED I r'r. ojDonuigoSalla- *, I t O a decreevs. _

-- in first posse.s-on, and.thus made them theovners I .: of paj'.11" jjiir.h hall.am sorry toiictint. .Ten. r.bcnezrr: Tice, Philadelphia Hn Chancery in,

I ot'tlu: soil.-liven upon the un.r.giiteous i always thought he was a tulerafolcp.iV.i.asltrr. \'ia't.. Marks Ambrose John B. Cazanave, J ,the above C".lge.
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We have received
f "
f1aibww' ;j.5"/ ground of the
conquest Hut't.'rc I Uncle Sam, and John Sheriff made at the May term, 1824 ofthis honorable
tiie first ;va :.bi'r'if tt\\:; papt r, published goveriment could not claim a title to i \\'ulul1.a souiinaxe tm.' bill jnoicstcdu* S'ch. Mario. .Stiles, Mobile. court, 1 shall proceed to sell at Pijb

b\' Ntr. (*')rtcnh. rIswron.* on a Itoyal the land ; for it is ufact incontrovertible, retuse paying Ihy own jtil'ynIdu. Nor Sch.. Ojcar; Uhsh, Mobile : Passengers, lie Auction in front of the Court House io

sheet, at f....1' d. liar per av.num, in. advance ,,i that tiMin the earliest period of its jetcIIiICi -I ou ht he to expect us to (pav ins court expeiise J. /. Lcvinas and two others, names un. the City of Pensacola, on Tuesday the 6th i

We u H.ICT 'him our cordul wishes: ,j I ( sovereignty in this country, it has neerbien -., 'ill we hate a vo.ce in enacting known. day of July next, at 12 o'clock, for cash, .;
i,I \' able to exercise the s -..alKstj I time laws,, lie what he nlca-u A'ch. the following viz
mav. sav Sun Antonio, Uaich, New-OrJeins : property :
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ft that "
1)f ,;urc'*";. but : r co'gratulationsvonM eontroul 01 uomir.ation over the natives
j ; on tins subject ; hut if lie wont pay, lie groce 'ie &c, to master on boar .
It present be rat-'cr preu.ature, as.. (witness the lecaration! ofthe Spanish authonties I 800 Arpens of Land
i ] oug.'it to beg John Bul pardon, fur he iS'ch. Bachelor, IMa, New-Orleans; ,

(t Will; nr.'b.ibly: be stme enumerable { to General Jackson) aid it is a t;... e JUhun y" a' JUnd. iirubbiiig fur 6011teuJ.i &c. to S. Hurrios..Veil. groceries 1:2: belonging to the estate of Do. :

tiiii, h..fc.r' his establishment: will be as. tr.ith Isiiinhar! to every man. acquainted ij forjust.suctia principle.,' Two Friends, Montano, N. Orleans. mingo Sallas, situated on tho !
\vith the) relation in which the .
prcljt.l-! to h.mii*. we doubt not, it w.llJ Spanish ,, J.\t.ii Ithi AlL. Vch. Industry, Simpson, cambia, north sal ofthe creek, commonly called
Florida the Indians
government in uiid P. S. Ii)' the b\e, Mr. Kdiior, i believe Lumber. Bayou Grande,about seven miles to fit :
J b! Useful to the public. stood each other that the
to Spaniards
; .
LJncitba.ii aivv ina. it A'ch. ot Pensacola .
ys ea a point to Hope Bonifay, Escambia. westward origirallygi-anted J

-- were in reality, the tenants, and not the iJ..J tile bdii ot *u.-. \ou.iger children, at A'ch. *.,rpo.sc, K. J. Compton, YellOW to Jose Ualado :-and 800 arpeim of land

llillms-the: latter having throughout let till tILe,) come 01 ..tc.Mr. Water. situated about four miles north of Penss-
preserved a perfect mastery, over every Sloop ElizabethV.. Compton," Yellow cola, fronting east on the Ba, boundedon "
\Ve kiu or>t \\"hen we h.ve been jnoretliockutl part of tht Terr.tun', not wtthm the reach Water. : the northeast by vacant land, north by ;

tiiau by the ucrinal of the ibl- oi the guns of the foititicat.ons of the tor- JrmtI_ have noticed will regret I'T r DL'n .. creek, south I by a possession of Joaquiranarela :
I r..e-r. In times of hostility between them, m the .Mobile papers, some cditcnal reiiiai'K.s 'I S ; called
lowing.Jl'it'lting.;. Sch. Henrietta, Quigles, New-Orleans and the creek commonly !
efd1 war has seen wageil. and earned b time release ol tne ;
) prisoners the *
; 6'ch. Florida, B t.kcrewOrleans.. Ha} ou Grande, and west by posses
.-Ext'act of a lettcr&fcitedit. the Indians to the very suburbs of the ,ak"lllt toe dpanisuship Ares, by Sch. Oscar, Blish, Boston. sions of Dr. Pablo Grd.uper.1.-and the

.;uftta, (.eu.iLIcI1 27th, Ib2-l. .spaniel Towns, and the unprotected in- tue Colombian btjua.irun, now ruling at Sch. Mar.a, Stiles, NewMARSHAL' -\ fJ1'k. same will be sold to satisfy' the aforesaid

*. Une of those leioe.ous; duels which Lab, tants compelled to seek refuge with anchor m ol.r iiarowur, which arecalcula- decree and costs.

: the inefficient! garrison, within the wads ted to produce an u.iiavoruoie and eIT\Jne- D.
-ii-gr..c(' tlr* state, perhaps: :or.thii aC BENJ.Y."JI.Zool'; JU.for
". of their ffJrl .-It is matter of some sur- Otis uiijiix-a ion, in relation to till: oiJicers :* .AL : SXBHEE Masshal W F.

> (,ther in the 1111-1. occurred thisvcck, pie, that uivler such circumstances, the ol tiie: squaurou. The uien wlo have Sufierwr Court of West Florida. May 22d, 182*-11-,Ms. .

:.Itar the ATM'nui, :\ti.,,.Cl'lit -t) tl.ii city. gi.venuuent of Spain should assert even found their way to Mobile, from .he Ctsee :- Juan .JWalagosa ) ffi Y virtue of avs. _- --e'

"Two 'OIlI'J.; iiit-u, neiiiier of tln-m so\' 'ieigniy over Florida ; this however not attached to-eithertheregular the heirs of C W decree In ECEIVED per latest orr.vais anIQ

more than nun'tetn \ tars... del, ioiiglil w.lh t did ciatui, and sell to the United States ".al. or military serb ice of Span, but Vincents Ch'ilosgoitte. J Chancery made 11 sale by ,

"Jlrst I tlie distance"uf tn rty.nU.. One but that the ownership of the soil, has at were impressed Havana but Jay or4 in the above case, at the May term, 1824, J. MARCOS TIO, ,

all ti.... been admitted b) her, to be in two beiore the action. of this honorable court, I snail pi oceed to
Of then ctpt'd-allt'' one ivce.\ed the the liuiiaiis. is evidi nt from the fact that A decree of .he Colombian! government sell at Public Auction, in front of the ff. \ BAKRKLSfhiskey,

.i .....$-t, tf; not in ull instances, where dmcts, tha no persons taken by tier forces court house in the city of Pensicola, on q 162 20 do.do. Sugar _

tain ; 11I11 he exp-lvd lia HcXt da'I h. grants in this Tcmt-uy have been made (not belonging to the regular service Tuesday the 6th day of July nest, at 12 4 do. Beef Corn;

.CC<::l! ii Had n>( ;,t g.-cs:.'lubiisea the otlicr ijy the government, to its subjects, of ot'ncr: epeimj be ncld _s prisoners of o'clock, for cash the following Described 19 do. N. Orleans Run ,
iuim¬ before purchased of file t natives, war. By tins decree is tuc conduct of -
plopertyviz ,
flit; was at! la. t, :lt we are informed, : 4 do. Molasses,
: tnj.re i.t!'>> bien a condition iji-itted her oliicers J
upon justihed in the course they
LOT No. 272 situated!
joined b) liibJ.xJur, either: chUcng't : to wit that on 4 10. Rice,
; tile should have .
the ofthe
granite procure puraucu in discharge unlonunate .
Inte clenc.a in city
strest, th:
tlie gresurort-y face iio more." A.rr-:..,1'1.s If1/t'llt vf the Indian title, thus indivio'aals in question, who, .; f Pensacola, between the 25 50 bags sacks ,Sal .

.fiZ1u7itLF' Gut'IIt" \ I'tLi.l) iicKiMMvk'dg.ng] such title to beit contrary to their wishes and by an act ots of Manuel Garcia and S coarse
19 Lard
Is it not u disgrace: W (jllr country, :.tiilIn then!, as in uulcpemlcnt! nation ; font ot optnessir iif vtre forced into the contcs. Anna ,\tC' i>\ together with all the build. 20 kegs boxes Soap, ,
ouid absurd indeed for
or a govern- ., u inch resulted n their: capture.-Jt
thereon of
consisting two dweliitg
indelible stallion our national cuaracttr talkot from ings ALSO, -
niciit to purchasing a people is true, they ca'suiotbe considered a
very nouses and out b inklings.-The above
tat; ourfvchugji are continually racked whom u ciuuned! to be its subjects, desirable acquisition to our population, & property is at present occupieil by Mr. 10 pieces cotton Baggia ,

I I ".at. wu.ch u, fact H'lojiged to itselt be it would be \\ .Jtled had been landed 6 coils bale rope,
by t>L','.,.g x'II e numerous accounts of I they Jno. J. Simpson, and will be told to satisfy

fkktiiOnubic .Jlllhil r.s with wuici our Daperstccm I for, &'. on ally other Habitable part of toe Globe( a. mortgage given by the defendant to the AND AN ASSORTMENT OB

*; It m asserted by Justicia in his conclu- but al the suite time the act of' release laintitl. : DRY GOODS.
:and that there is no instance
dL.i1Z tn.it sections must be acknowledged one of geneiosit Jr.
paragraph, twenty ) &VJ irTJL/LY D. for S
22d 1824 11 3t
on record of an oHnuler tU tai; i- rt'sp"c1. bo. lands in rcilcctingcredito.i the goverumeiitot'Coand May -
t th
a'lion the : >- Territory, W. XEBRE& M.rshut 11- F.

L b:1Ihten: brought to the IJ'ui $hII'n'. have been given to tae Indians." And as louttha iti oliicers. May 22d, 1824-11-!:,.; : ,

'" 'JO richl). due to the perp ': .oIfsO hoi j ue i.s 1IuiIt1C\ d, illiberallyto say, to pay CANDID : Neg-roes, for Sale. '

rid a criiT-e, under the most 1r'atc.'c.J j jojrcllII. tlu-tii tar ii;.;atn;; during; the late war, ai\'U'l' J.\.I' : WILL BE SOLD

hlllct" : or to c-iabie tlumlo l l-unt the cattle and NEW.ORLE.1, May 8.COTTOX.'l'he "Ttat agreeably to an act of t\e Legistative ,

I IK-,.,S ni tneir wu.te ueigubours" Herein -* (Counc at their I'att
sales of this week passed Session, At Public Auction
fa man, in a moment of passion; kifishis
he has ,
us cage to censure, : over-
have been more hveh and extensive than ami .typrovtd t/sefuurh day oJ'July 1823 I
fellow being, he i is iiriully and properly ivaciud huiii-ii, spoken without book, &a.st; and about IjJlrbalcs: ( of Louisiana 1 shull a-tendat the Court Mouse in Gads- t,On Monday the 24th of May

apprehendeil treil and; t'. 'c.ilt.cI ; k and dsjpLyef.a. iiiost singular ignorance, den on the 5//t June
and Mississippi: ol all have county day of next to .
descriptions, tho
should anpt'r.on be acqi'.ainted; with: thetutention b,jth oj uie cuafaCUr of .the country of been disposcu of at prices full recieve the Public and County 1; :for said THE following negroes belonging
) suppoit- firm of John Forbes & Co.
Ah-cii he spcuki, and the of the
of unothc to county and those-who Jo not attend may'ex-
cusi.m.t niurdirr, & mg our former rates. But little doing in
unniiemhii : atves against whom his un- to be dealt vtith as the Lawkrects.ROBEJfl'k'UIIJTh'S.
Hot Like proper measure to prevent it. mciitcd
lie is chatged as un accessory, :&oJ CUllS Otipitto ua...' Kaovvn,and might, if he had our quotations, and some expect to obtaina I &zeif.Gdsden I A Guinea Negro, about
made Considerable has been
Jcred t'qual'hi g'tu.t with tiie in.-i.\uiua! eiu.eu to "qu.reha.l of tm<< tour chiefs over. ,"JEay,10th- t. 25 vear old, a goodizwa
done m Tennessee and North Alabama, at county. field
*'no actually inflict the (hath bl'jw. ou the .ipjjaUchicoIo, whose reservations lu 1.] 14 1-J. and choice in "'
a some very -8M ltlli" S S
, !Ue onipu.u; of, three actually bore armsi i4 ,
Jii.d why is not this the catc".11 reh..rd to i bcolcu ba&gui as mgii as 1J cents.: La- '
i tue late war, \* da the troops of tue U- COUNTY COURT. ,
The tins weeK from L.oaisianaand Mis-
deliberate and pivmeditLtrd mnnterenMkcnofin kl.tCdUWs j the fourth, declined' taking aissippi.lo'67 ports Dales, )MobiLe bjl. ,honda %m. A. JStIL ) ] ;..keWt.sc' u. nea Negro,about 26 yean
; the above 'xu.d1&cl'e : "rt. oil citju-r side. This pacific and fi.fa. old. : ,
"> 47. Tennessee:! and N. Alabama 5221;-111 TI. > : \
*e are told that the lather ut'tilchil.:1t"11; : u'u.uul) course on the part of theie chiefs all 7474 bates. Exported in the same Collin *dcRe ,\ } j LINDA, a Creole wench about 38 years

;Ccr 'Aaf hot only ;'l'pl'.s"d oi the tiiuiitiontiusion HOUM "'Clllluil.)' to entitle them to the time 7 Job bales-Uinercnce6: bales. fr Y virtue of'tnis execution; shall pro- )1cl. a washerwoman: and house servant

out mat ne iiiinsrlt. uupuMcd protection und furnish and, gratitude of the government After a careful examination of the stock, ceedto sell for cash; on Tuesday the LUCY a creole woman, an excellent
a BuHicient tor cook.
,'' *a him the tlreadlhl uiternatuc, e.ther to j tile hb r'.I.t of reason in tHC warehouses and on sup board, bamraay.iast UL day of June ne.xt.at 12 o'qlocic, at the
.I <: ) tlie Comnnssioners, which' we are uuiacedto beheve that urthouse, the following property viz rtARGUERlTTE a mulatto girl 6 yean
odeavorto put an end tu tue vxistcnce i"iv uti.icccssanly: : and unwarrantably dei -
One Blacksmith iiellcws
our last estimate wa.i2..vv bales short, and old.FANNY
.f :& fellow bemj,, and at 11lemalllc tUIe'I I 1>rl'catt" l. tae added'one thousand to an American wench about 2$ .

"nllt ell .anl ;i Oi tAlC: character of the land embraced accoruiugiy One .Anvil'aud one! Vice,' years old, a field hand. -
f ) taai4crins own Me. or foke mat of Louisiana and Mississippi ant.lW"to -
hu facc ..u lleul c. \iiere can a-ords m the iesc-rvation: on the Appalaclucola that 01 Tennessee and Alabama. ; seized the suit aforesaid, add sold to tatutfy LUCY, a mulatt girl about 9 years 0:4.:

Le and CVi taiioochtC, which are repre cnteato stocK. JUiJ : this Jas.lnnerarity
found making our present bales, writ.'V ,
strong cnotiirn to c.vprc s t:;cCUIlt be fine it !
of tliis iuCoinparaDly ; necdiiiy full one: haii'ot which we Know to be *old, Davisoii. Sit.vvingjiartner j _
mentor: i \\ hat wlt..ua& )u- re iurKen, (a.id the remark will on exam ,
and a considerjible part of tins 1Wf'OD.. Sh'J' 11,. COUIIIV' : ', JtU. J' 1Wt. & C=
"W'LLOlwtur 8 partnt to givt to a young j jiuuuauc, tuuuda verity) !that With the $hipbo.utk Mayl2th,1824--2w. ; Aj:4t1-.5. & -
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.I ,,'I''. .I"_ -- .M : -- -- By the Mayor? JL Proclamation,* I Notice is Hereby Given, I PROPOSALS

. with the 3d section of the
;,f POETICAL. :1. ordinance ,:of the 16th of November TO all persons having claims against t testate 1TlLL be:received till the 30th of JJ.V

e':I..L .- District of 11 tilt Florida, at.IX :1822 which is as follows; "*that from and of Dr. John H. Kiddie decl' V rJ next, :;to.furnish the }'Jori4a /
: exhibit for settlement with tians, with provisions for
to the same one'
'. x The following little ballad is .extracted ATiMIRAVTi.TOHEHEAS after the lstday(; January next, every 'six months. All claims not exhibited :nencingon the first day of year Septemberensuing. com.
shall be of the
;I''i: from the Select Melodies \ .a Libel hath been filed privy depth within of not the less city than three feet, and within two years, will be entirely barre J. Tie supplies required are ;

: 1 Scotland," and is attributed i I \/y in.the District Court of the United the proprietor of every lot, on which All.persons owing the said estate, are r- resh beef salt and com or flour; the nu'

of Professor I I Statcs.for West Florida the thirteen quired to make immediate to : ion to consist of one and a quarter
4.: to the pen on there shall be a privy of a smaller depth, ; payment pound ...
Smith, of Cambridge Univerii- ,i inst- by "'m. F.Steele, Esq. Attorney of shall 'forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding -, Thomas Russ,tj jf beef one quart of corn, or an equiv..
the United States for said District,against :ent in flour, and salt at the rate of four .
i ihe is hereby author-
: and
England. i g5 ; Mayo : ddminiatratctr.
certain boat called four oared quarts to every hundred rations. The
a a row
I the day aforesaid a-
; : O thou art the hd of my heart. Willy, boat-stating that Alexander Scott, Esq. ised, fiom and after Jackson Cy, \V. F. Ap 13th-4w.. J JCommissioner's nount will be from 2,500 to 3000 rationsper
love there's life and to cause such privy to be cleaned out, ...
There's ind gleeThere's
collector of the port of Pensacola, has of such -. .-.-. .. day,varying: from the smallest to tie
I in voice and and deepened, at the expense
ft cheel thy seized the said boat, as forfeited to the warrantor Office,1 largest amount, at the option ot the siji .
. bound ng step, proprietor and award a exe- Pensacola, April 1st 1824. 5 scriber notice of
; ', use of the said United States ; and for the costs thereof upon a thirty da51
him for,
.i And there's bliss in thy blithesome e'c. cution against 4 LL having claims and titles laces delivery St. Marks
this,that or.the 30th day of April, in the in No persons Tampa Bay
: But oh how my heart was tried, Willy ; 'carof our Lord, one thousand eight hun after notice, a summary manner. to land within West Florida, are "lid such points as may hereafter be designated
) he 1st
little I to from and after day of
For thought see, privy _
dred and the aforesaid boat within the Indian boundaries
.. the lad who the lasses all next, shall bet permitted to HEREBY NOTIFIED! a.
*! i. That won did unlawfully' receive from on board a January constant advance of two month's
c r Would ever be won by me. certain ship called the Boyeca, at that overflow, or to be otherwise in an uncleanly that the session f of the Board of Commts- plies will be exacted,and the'articles sup.required -

time laying in the aforesaid port of Pen sa- or offensive condition ; and the sicners has'been: extended until the first to be?of good quality.-Persona

V. ? Adown this path we came, Willy ; cola, and laden.in part with goods, wares. tenant, if there be one, or otherwise the day ofjam/ary next,and that.so much jof oIJ ring to contract, will make the offer

; 'Twas just at4.his hour of eve ; and merchandize, not the growth of theUnited : proprietor, of such privy, shall forfeit the _law as heretofore provided for the in writing, sealed and directed to me,

I ; And will he or will he not,thought I, States, certain boxes of merchandize i and pay, for'every' such offence, a sum : filing of cb/nns, prior to the ,1st day 'of bating the rate at which they will furnishthe

'$ My fluttering heart relieve ?- i! to wit : two boxes of brown Havana not exceeding g5 ; and if such tenantor l December,'1823, has been re/eaIed/ and entire rations, or either of the compo.

. ,,'.. : So oft he paused, as we sauntered on ; ;i S ugar; & that the said boat called a four proprietor do not cleanse the same : the time extended to the firstday of Sep: nent parts ; the result of the offers will
: 'Twas fear-and hope-and fear: I within a reasonable time, to be judgedof : tember 1824. A II claims nafiled: be mude known
. : oared row boat was then&there owned by, before on application to me, at
L But here at the wood, we parting stood, by the Major, after notice given to I
.: ;' and in charge of one Robert Urcen, and th&t time, shall be held and oeemed void the Territorial seat'of government, near
} 'Twas rapture his vows to hear. that effect by an ofticer of police, the and of effect. The of1e will be Fallahasse or the individuals
... who was aided and assisted in unlading as none openon : whose of.
r the to be doneat
.:.... aforesaid, from te ship aforesaid, the aforesaid Mayor may cause same leviedas Monday next ; clainants are re fers accepted will be notified of the
'. Ah vows so soft-thy vows Willy th c expense as aforesaid, to be be in : the
: quested medium
boxes of merchandize, by one punctual thir: attentionto same through of the Post-Of.
(.;*!< \1v ho would not of like be proud ? aforesaid," It is recommended to flceThc"
the examination of their daims
William A. H ell, contrary to the laws of as the most unquestionable security
:,: Sweet lark, with thy soaring, echoing ;I I the United States, in such case made and every proprietor and to every tenant of commissioners are determiied to take will be required for the faithful fulfillment

i song, provided. And for that reason of all and any house wjthin the limits ofthis corporation them up 'n the order in wK\h i they are ofthe contract ; and prevent delay, it
Come down from thy cloud to avail themselves cf) this most '
rosy ; singular the premises aforesaid, the aforesaid arranged by the Secretary. is expected that the proposals will b&
Come down to thy nest and tell i season to attend strictly to the
s thy boat is forfeited to the use of. the United proper mentioned for fear SAMUEL U. QVERTON! accompanied by a statement of the sec..
mate, -. provisions here above ,
,. States: And the usual JOSEPH WHITE, 'Comm'srs. rity intended to be offered.
; ; But tell thmltc alone-: prang proCess that, by neglecting the same we should \
and monition of this honorable court, CRAVEN P. LUCKETTJ : By order of the superintendant,
Thou ha-t seen a maid whose heart of attract, encrease, and deserve events M. IIUNTEK .: .
that all persons interested in the premises which befell Secretary, ,
love similar to those us duringthe
- and all due proceedings 'being had, I Agent for Indian Affairs in Florida.
of 1822.
Is merry and light as thy own. summer Fensacola) 6th 1824.TalVw .
that the same be condemned and for. 'l'he Subsci'ibrT April
: _... ,. may The constables shall carry the said --- _ _
17- --- --
: E .cited to the use ofthe said United States, into effect shall !
+ provisions ; they report I hiske Flour &c.Reccivedper
according the form of the statute in such y, .
JJIlUShYG.Revolutionary any and every infraction thereof to the has received late arrivals
made per latest arrivals, and sale to
case and.provted.Therefore for
i Mayor, for the remedy and the fine to be
.-. in pursuance of the monition Jl.STOJYEV 1- 11. XJSJJET.
Anecdote.-From : under the seal 0'"'the said Court to enforced.Given in the Mayor's Office at the follow ing : g Barrels whiskey ;

directed and delivered, 1 do hereby cj\U 25 do. Richmond flour
the communication of a writer in me P nsacola, this 28th Feb. 1824.P. sup. j
GIVE :NOTICE, AI.RA. .Muvmv Which he will sell Low for 6 hhds.. first oualitv sutrar.:
: the Old Colony Memorial, the following _._ --. '--J --. 10 coffee& Q -

:"y!: is selected which it is to all & singular every person or pesons in- Bags ; _
terestcJ in the said boat, & especially the AN ACT. Cash! or Cotton.Groceries. ; 50 Sacks Liverpool grourd salt.

.. .. laid, was the! subject of much aforesaid Robert Hreen, that they be and Of the Legislative Council passed at 300 Do. coarse salt; #

..j newspaper amusement, and absurd appear before the said Court, at the Court the'T! last session, imposes a poll tax of 10 Kegs manufactured tobacco ;

Vi,' '":' us it may appear, was a fact. House ih Pensacola) on the first Monday twenty-five cents on every free male above ; 25 do. Lard ;

% r. then and there to in. the age of twent-oneycars, to he 30 do. butter first quality
;(f Some British officers, soon af-- (November next,
their claim for the same, and maket collected by the Sheriff as may b seen 20 bbls. pork ;
:: tor age's arrival in Boston, walk- allegations; in that behalf. by reference to the advertisement belov, $ 10 do. mackerel;
ieir Bushels coarse alt
;' I, ed'on Beacon hill: after sun-set, William Scbree County Court of Escurr.bia, f ; sacks; 20 boxes soap ;
500 Bushels ground allum do in
noises in the February 7'crm, M24. 5Be .. ; ; 20 baskets sw.et oil ;
affrighted by .
" p were : .
; -
Marshal \V. F. it ordered and it is hereby orde red, 47 Bbls.rycvv ; ", ,. r'.. ., \J.\. '!..% :,..i", ,
,: air, (supposed to be the flying bugs 30 Do. suj ::Pt< t '>' ., r.. .- : ,"I .. ... ...
Pensacola May |4th, 1824-10-2w. that therebe levied for the use of the 'j t"1,')1'" lt' I.;' ',;, S41t w. .# .
.. : and beetles) which they toi.k to be r County Escan.bia, a tax on the follow- 20 Do. NoM; : -.n.,*;iM.nis j t toq4.r.3, *< ;:
, the sound of. bullets. They left UMlT.l) STATES OF AMERICA. ing property) : at the rates hereinafterspec 15 15 Do.Do. me cid. : "t... : I c ,,t. 1 .: ".. .

' the hill with precipitation, District J/> Florida ,, \I :.. ,
; :: great of A/ ss.a died : viz : 20 Do. mo '. I' .. ,
: the alarm in their On all free white males between f If .S'i_ '. .r.; P)"' > : '
spread encampment !, "
\X D \\\\.\.\j't 'i 60 Do. pot : '. .. .
thc of one and fiftyvears -
and terrible ages twenty .. .* .
: 5. wrote accounts 10 Qr. cast : ->" :: -. : 1 I
., ,
31 o tuns Wt"Ulinlron, LiermarJ'
to England of being shot at with ; HEnEA, libel hath been filed in I all .- 50 15 Bags coffee ; ; :10 Doz. S. Carolina hoes, ; .
On Slaves '
\JJ ,
the District i Court of the United 5
their let ; 3 do.
air guns! as appears by On Lands of Citizens in fee, spades and shovels ;
,. States for V est Florida, on the fourteenth per 5 Do. alspice ; : 30
ters, cxt! acts of which wrre soon instant by "'m. F. Sttele, Esq. Attorney : 100 acres,, : SOOn 15 Kegs manufactured tobacc. : Kegs nails aborted ;
after in London Lands non-residents, 100 Plough Moulds, Trace Chains, Iron, Cast.*
published papers. : of the United States tor said District i against 1 II I per 100 Do. crackers logs, Cotton Cards &c.
.. Indeed for some time they sei iousJy I certain boxes of Merchandize, toi!I acres, i- 1 30 Do. butter ; And a Considerable
wit two boxes of brown Havana ;: On store-keepers, shop-keepers, assortment of Do.
believed that the Americans : sugar j jstating 20 Do. lard ; mestic and
: I other Dry Goods,suied t.*!he
<' Alexander Scott, Jr. IetIn and tavern-keepers, out of the
Esq. : 30 Do. Dupont's powder
\\'t'I'f' possessed ofa kind of magic '1! 5 seal m. Jan. 25
: ( ;; collector of the port ofvHensacola, hath limits of thp city of Pensacola, 40 Bags shot assorted ; ,

: > .:V t white powder, which exploded and seized the said tuo boxes (If sugar, as forfeited On Swords,:lirks" Sword-canes, 1 4 Boxes bar lead; .B1I- William- P. Duval Governor- -
| f LilNtIithout a report." In thaty to the United States, for that on the On Watches, 1 10 Do. mould candles. :

.! : much celebrated and admirable' the thirtieth da)' of April, in the vear of On 4 wheel pleasure carriages, 5 5 Do. sperm do; the Tcrritory-of Florida.

., our Lord, one thousand eight hundred Os. on % wi:v*.i jjicasot-c carriatrt-s, 2 PROCLAMATION.HCKEAS .
:-I of the day McFingal, the j I' 40 Do. soap ; I
I it
poem And is further ordered, that the said
twenty four, the said two boxes of sugar, 5 Do. chocolate in
; ; pursuance an act
, ,' eir .. taxes property
4 i u re unladen from on board a certain ship 20 Do. raisins ; 'l3J'of the Legislative Conncil of the

.... No more the British Colonel runs Of vessel called the lioyeca, at that time, : on the first day' of June,in each year. 5 Ubls. loaf sugar ; Territory Florida, approved the 24th

" :From whi/.zing beetles as air guns, laving in the harbor of }Pensacola Ordered'that William Davison, Sheriff 5 Do. race and ground gingej day of.June, 1823, Commissioners were
which said ship vas laden in ,, of the County of Escambia be, and he is
5Jj 4Thiiik : I'fim-biigs bullets, or thro' fear part 2 llhds. copperas; ; appointed to select the most eligible and
:. 1 I Musqi.i oes takes for musketeers; with goods, wares and merchandisenot hereby, appointed collector for said county 10 Crates crockery; convenient situation for the seat of government

: Kor scapes, as:.f youM gincd supples, the growth of the United States, and that he collect the taxes under the 10 Chests teas assorted| of the Territory of Florida, and

l from Belzebub's whole host of flics.J and that the said two boxes of sugar, were same regulations, as are required for col- 5 Hhds. stone jars; the said Commissioners have reported to

-'I o bug tins warlike heart appals ; landed at Pensacola from on board the said letting Territorial Tax. me that they have selected a scite in the?

> I They better know the sound of balls. ship called the Boycca, before the said' NOTICE.milE County Gadsden, situated "about mile
14 ship had been duly authorised by the pro undersigned having been duly southwest from the old deserted fields ot'
: .
.' .!i ,-+- per officer,or officers of the customs, to J i4 appointed collector of the Territorial .. Tallahass, about a half mile south of the

tinhd_u,_... flip...._ sni__u'.J.. nnrl rnntrurv tn-- tVi-..*_. 'f'P'.1.'.- J and County- taxes for the County- of Es 25 KPFS _n.-uls__ and mi1r.es Oke-Io k.o-nyand Tallahasse trail, at a
., finished -- --'- n ---- ------
: ,> A Young man having venue laws of the United States in such cambia, 2 Tons JJ iron 1 cask J trace* chains point where the old Spanish road is inter

. : his medical studies applied to an case made and provided ; and which said HIREBT GIVE NOTJ(:' j 2 Do. castings; ; sected by a small trail running southward-

: old gentleman, of austere temper two boxes of sugar were placed in a certain That he will attend at bisoffice in this city 500 Cwt. steel i ly." In the exercise of the discretion ia

". to know whether boat, and landed! from said boat in' during the months of June and July 1 Box mill ; me vested by the said act, and for the information .
manneis, saws
and ;
.' It charge and possession of one Wm. A. nt'xt,forthe purpose of receiving them ; 1 Do. do ofthe good people of this Territory .

'. his neighborhood would be an Hell,from whose possession and custody and inAugust and September at the of 100 Doz. files crosscut assorted; I have thought proper to issue this

eligible situation for a physician. the said boxes of sugar were afterwards fices of tiel several Justices of the Peacein 100 Do. knives and forks; I my Proclamation, requiring the members

*!> Why% ," replied the other, in an seized as forfeited to the use of the Uni- the Ciunty, for the same purpose.- 50 Do. pocket do t I of the Legislative Council of the Territory
,:{1 impatient tone, h what can you ted States ; and praying the usual process All persms interested are requested and with a great variety of HARDWARE Florida; to assemble at the scite abote
and monition of ihi*honorable Court,that advised, as good citizens, promptly to described, on the law
day appointed by
do ?" h Why! Sir, 1 can feel a consisting of nub,dead, stock closet, desk,
all interested in the said two boxes diediencc the laws and in for the
persons render to pay next session thereof.
Sc discover from it to what till, trunk and pad locks ; razors ; scissors;
pulse, of be cited to and be dealt with
sugar may appear their ta es, delinquents spigots hammers draw-knives shovel and Given under my hand and the
: disease the person is- most! sub- answer to the premises ; and all due proceedings as the hw: directs. > spades; ; boxes; &c. &c. I seal ofthe said Territory at

ject.-a Here then," stretchingout being had, that tjie same may be '\T m. Davison, 2 Boxes; frying cotton pans;and wagon wool cards ; ; Pensacola, the 4th day cf"

his arm, feel mine," The condemned and forfeited to the use of Sheriff& Collector ,E*. County. 1 Do. combs ; 1 do. fowling pieces, March, in the ear ot OUP
the United States, according to the form
after Sheriff Office Pensacola, 20 Doz hats Lord, one thou&nnd eight
docter obeyed and, some sagacious -
I ot the statutes in such case made and
pro hundred
and twenh-fuur.
5th 1824tf.'rerritor 500 Pair men's shoes and :
indications, said, ** I find, : vided. May brogan% .
and of the. Independence of
iiiJ1 sir, you are subject to grievous Therefore, in pursuance of the monition of Florida. 30 Coils Doz ; the United States: of Amen

head-aclfes." tuNevcr had a headache under the seal of the said court to To William Chrittie, Thomas Kpaldinff Alexander 20 Do. bale cordage rope; { ca, the forty eighth.WILLIAM ." ..

: in'my life." A profound silence me directed and delivered. 1 do hereby fort/on, It all others concerned.- 40 Kegs white lead ; K !H1 VAL.

- rnsuetl. In a short time the GIVE NOTICE, Notice is Hereby Given. 10 Do. verdigreasef By the Governor,

/J' doctor ook his leave, saying, 1 to all and singular, every person or persons the undersigned,in pursuance of 2 Casks lamp oil ; Gto.Sec'rv WALTON of Florida.,

sir, you think me a fool." interested in the said two boxes of THAT writ of partition,to them directed 2. Do. paint do ; March 13 '

The fluppost-inexoiable Pluto retorted Sugar, and especially Wm. A Bell, that by(the hon. the superior court of 2 Do. spirits turpentine tl.NOTICE. "
they be and appear before the Court a- West Florida,at the May term 1824 thee 1 Do. lamp black; .
}, Sn-, you seem to know what 1 foresaid, the Court House in Pensacola JLSO, "
at of and obtained upon the petition of Robert 5j pIIE Copartnership undei thr firm of

think, though you don't know how on the first Monday of November next; Mitchell for himself and as trustee of 10 Packages DRY GOODS; 4& Ttt'lTCHELL & H'JTSQJV was

: -- I J fC'l" then and there to interpose a claim fur the others who joined him in the application, dissolved by mutual consent on the 15th

;... iii.'h. ; {oo same, and to make their allegations on to wit : Colin Mitchel,John 1'Nish'm.. And a large assortment of FAMILY MRDIC1NES inst. T.Twitchell is fully authorized to

1.1 f. '1, -+- that behalf. -- -- Carnochan,John Willianson, Benjamin of the-first- ..quality.,, -... settle all business of the Jate firm.

_, Irish Time.-A Dandy seeing; a William Sebree, 'v. Rogers John Graham aid others; will N. n. Akbr.N. TIMOTHY TW1TCHELL

! r newly impe.rti'd Irishman% passingthe Marshal W. F. ,. convene at the house of Major Jonathan 'Feb. tf. D\NIEL WAXSON,
Robinsonon: the 25th day of July next, in April 17th1Idrninjstrator's- ..
of Prince's Dock at Li- Pensacola 14th 1824-10 2w. -
t :. pales May order to proceed to complete the partition NOTICE.
I cried out, Arrah Pat, .- ..I.oticp.1f.IED .
veipool) of and divide, in a manner most beneficialin

j. what's o'clock by your red stocks ;NO\1C"E. the judgment of the undersigned, to all RESOLUTION of tie Board of Aldermen intestate at Chipola, '(Jacksoa

: til- ings ?" Just striking one," answered the parties concerned, that tract of land of this city, amending the Count, West Florida,) Dr. John.

;; down Weath Permitting: or a partithereof: ,lying and being betweenthe ,10th section of the ordinance of the 16th H. Kiddie, aged about forty years,of lightcomplexion

t Padilyknockinghiin rivers St.Marks and Appalachicola, October last,having made the duty of ,and about five feet three inch-

with his shilalah. I SHALL KEEP A commonly known by the name of"Forb I' the Constables visit and examine every es in height. It is supposed the deceasedleft

:; '', U I Regular Sale at Auction, purchase," excepting therefrom certain lot within the limits of this City, for the no legal heirs. The appraised 'valueof

ON the Thursday of every week, for reserves'belongin to J. and J.Innerarity, purpose of promoting'c1fan1i ess, they his estate is nine hundred And twenty
:":' Erskine, one morning complained all kinds of merchandise and furni. and others; the said partition to_be made, were so ordered to proceed. The Mayor, dollars thirty seven and an half cents ; and.

' : 'I ; t M1; to Mr. Jekyll of a pain in lure at my Auction Ruom corner. of })ala. or so much thereof as practicable,and returned -I however, conceiving the object one of unless legal heirs shall appear within one

fox and Baylen streets. to the next November term of the great importance,for the welfare of the year and claim the same, it will be paid

t his bowels. 1 could recommend HENRY MICHELET. said Superior Court. community, accompanied the constablein into the Treasury ofthe Territory.

;I'iff t. j. I If one remedy," said the latter, ",but Pensacola, March 19th 184-2-tf : Johnathan Robinson. the performance of that duty, and ascertained Thomas Kuss.Administrator..

',' I am afraid you would not find it Edw. B. Robinson that the proper measures had .

' : easy to get at." 'l What is it ?" T1U13 }\ C l1IlE, been attended to, except in two or three Jackson County, 1st May 18246w.
i Younge only, in regard to winch, orders
tt k eagerly rejoined Mr. Erskine.- promptly and accurately exe.. Henry places issued in compliance with the I (1:1 The Claiborne Gazette will please
were a-
Get made Attorney General, and WILL any writing which may be_committed Michael Harvey, bove mentioned ordinance. This is therefore : insert the foregoing advertisement for sir

: then you would have no _boioels at to him ; he will also jJaw deeds, Mark Harvey, to give notice to the inhabitants of I weeks,:und forward the account to this of .
.in the fice.
bills of sale, &c. most appropriate
: all. Forbes. Pensacola, that the Constables will renew W
Robert HP
forms, and on the most reasonable terms ;
the visit every two weeks;and at the same -
; ; ; .. and solicits the orders of his' friends. Gadsden County,-May 12th 1824. 10-4t. time to require: every good citizen, individually Timothy Twitchell.WILL. .
of Nitre Hall Gun Powder. ,not to neglect to impart to l the CONTIJTpE
in the course conversation -
::1 A lady authorities and infonna-. AUCTION& COMMISSION BUSINESS,
any every
for the
'ft happening to say varuation, Notice.The Tl Subscriber, agent proprie. occupied by TWIT
: will be constantly supplied with tiqn which may come to their knowledgewith AT tie tore lately

i; was reminded by Paddy O'Bram- Sunday School in this Place will 11 descriptions ; ,the Duality of this pqw- respect>> to the object of cleanlinessin .i & .WATSON, where the I

; ble,that the word was variation. be continued as usual at the courthouse' aer is well known, it is warranted equal, general, as one of the most importantsources strictest' personal attention : will be given

L The lady observed, that it was all. every Sunday morning ,to commence at9 d not si peri rto any made in the ,UflitedStates of.our expected prosperity, and to all. business. confided fo him.April 17-:-tf._

thing and seemed a little. o'clock A. M. A sermon will also be read and far above London Tower the most sure mode of preserving the \
the same
. offended until Paddy said, Oh every sunday evening when there is no Proof Country dealers and retailers will .health and existence of their families and ;. 1l\1.XT\N '.
at half 3. o'clock. be terms. friends.
preaching, past supplied on advantageous ani44sz7tE -
Madam, Heaven forbid there B enJ.Vyman, I I 1 :F.. H. Niebet. P. ALBA, Mayor.Mayor'i Executed with neatness .

:' should be any difference bfctwcenTJ Secy. S.s. Si Office,Pensacola,l '
j tfti'Y' .
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