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: June 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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-- "\Vitjigreat\ .respect,and -:sincere ofle\alive,>and 1 .w Yat thai,time,;striving for lodependence. pleasures ;and, enjoyHwBta at

regard, yours.'. *. ., .. .W' ; ,give, it,rorc ." "i I .: ,Bet,he;'.told'jus.,611,.the. j I,WashingtorfIs>itractedTrom: the ..

ptthtiz.cer ofthe.;: tete'J the.Unittg Stotrt. \ J A MPNROE.' ," ACRN. ..'With. :sincere. .regard,,..1 am dear I supposition pf'their.obtaining'; independence :.TauntoD, Free PreSsVa (endoriedj.

Subscription i I Five dothin a;year-V delI I ',.' .ANDREW. .JACKSON.. ... '.... .'>* ; "' ; {they could'not ''main from his o.1h'ex peIC' 'e,' by' the

.ance. XdvcrVisemcnts inserted"at".One : : f; ,. lr"four8JAMES. MONROE.' tain'it.without:the Biole. ,He told (acetic, s editor'"of_ ':the. New-En-

Dollar? .for every twelve.Hoes'or under for fl'1Zh$7gtQflFth.22j1824.- 'r; ;. .GEN..,.A' DREWJACSPN..: I ; j i us that' to'thit.precfoai 6 okwe' land'Galaxy,': JV7.-row.; wltfv.i ;
the first insertion-each subsequent Inser- zn.-.The four private, letters were entirely indebted' > (1for- .the*" .* ex-' _1 The.'IuaUcthetmu.tbe"stiong:

"on Fifty.Cents. vBY heretofore addressed 'by } BIBLE, :CAUSEij t cellency of'oi political instituti indeed 'which:can;prevail 'oh an,
you me
__ l Rev. Jamd\ulJurUin\ PtSpctch He maD'who is' btdriin elsewhere
Extraetstjro:-. < ons' implored sympathies }
P towjr : of the 23d Oct. a dNov! '
,before the .Vermont!}Bi&le 'Society. for his fronv house'and home to; I
12, 1814January, atid March degraded country. He,ask ": tarry 1
J ed us:'to send:the Scriptures to,his. long:at Washington. We: have
"' in the y
8, 1817 and wbic.fr were last er The Privilege of reading. a Chtptcr '
ening handed me by Mr. Hays BUle.. ,,fxK .countrymcnr:who: were perishing hadsome little experience of thewoflif&of
for;Jack,of know. If 3 and ,' : our-:' National Caputil
ire returnedtoyou. The 'da is "I ,know hot _how to promote : < ge, as a .
: -y proof of-the,: of,his and ,.have a' distinct opin
'too inclement for me to' *' ,' .the.bj<<;cts of this, ,society better sincerity .heart3 very
or'I should: have handed them go put to han: by. stating:' :some; facts, ,that' he' made.,donation of :fire hundred -ion, that an encampment: of' van
I, fell dollars to the Society When flering Tartars is probably a Jjj
under own, observation, *
you : Mr.: my I
., ,.., .,. 'myself and as requested me"by' y : when attending lastfanniyersa-; this man.:finished, his'speech,, (the .much more comfortable and attractive .
---- t s Hay, promised by: ; '
-q-T- --- of the American BibleiSociety most compassioned'andonimating- abode* especially :for :a,
AUTHORITY. Mr., shewed,m$;. Mr.; Low- ry; ,
..* I rie's, Hay I could. not discover It fell to my lotto be thepelegatp' I ever heard;!) .I seized,his:hand..bya'kind .:Yankee.' It is pleasant. 1o gb tfi' ..,,
: -n act rewarding the officer and crews note. : self: from -New-Hampshiri Bible' of involuntary effqrt,' ancj ones freatn'.en |
: of two gigs, or small bouts, itiulcr the I from, it.-the date of your letter. that I
the in the actual'
command of Lieutenant Fiaucis' H. 1 he had obtained I have to rc- Society,:at that- 'meeting! t'Y1i n gave: :\him the,most'cordial expression i

Gregory, theUnited. Sta1t S' NaV)', qurst that these private letters ofmIne I presentedmy: credentials. ; to the' of good will 'I'ever 'gave .to presence of those whose name*,

Be & enacted by the .Senate and to youhe safely preserved, as' Secretary for.Domestic'cdrresponciencc : ,-- man."" have 'reached us from afar; *
Representatives of the. I reteived. cordial to listen' to the eloquence which ,
&ousc of it may become necessary forme to ; ,avery : Remedy for',Patifleriam
United States of America in Con- ask-fora. certified of them- welcome, as the Ddeg t"e. of that has.come even to ourdiatanth6re3with 1

Gre3* .assembled, That the President D have a distinct copy recollection' Society, which had con ributedinost'liberally .Dr. Chalmer, that unrivalled 'power arid beauty.:-to sup j t !\
Iiot :
of the'United States be, and of the substance .of several to lh'fund, $ of the advocate ofthe: Bible,and of Bible :with a minister--to bt jostled and ]t.|
he is. hereby, authorized ..to have letters, whTch mine'are your answers. Patent Institution.. And Ji'n[ consequence -' SocietieSjJnforms us that fie was j jammed at the levee of a Secreta* .

distributed as prize money'lo Lieu- If ,know the date of 'letter of.this, (as '-suppose: ) acquainted' :'\with the: circumstances ry-and, honor o&honors, to ( .
you your
'o't' two parishes, of equal..extent ije the "bf a 'right hand,
tenant Francis H. Gregory of the to me that Mr. Lowrie is was designated asthe. person who pwRer :
possessed '
United States' Navy, and the officers of, I will thank to advise should introduce the public .exerCISeS ,',v t'fe'ad: population.! 'The which the President has shaken 1
you cne in Scotland, and the other in -AH this 'is enticing and
of :of the very J'
and crews two gigs, or me, that I may write home for the by reading'portio$
England. The rat'e,: in the well worth some toil, and .some
small! boats, under his command; original. SCI iptures. SirI :diclaim, the poor :
Scottish parish amounted in a:given sacrifice, but not quite so much asa
their oran ambitious ;
or to legal representatives, I am sir, with due respect, your, character: man ; :
the sum of three thousand dollars, most obedient servant, but *I confess to you there wa year, ,to twenty-foijr; pounds visit Washington requires. 1
for the capture and destruction of ANDREW JACKSON. something particularly.grater* *1 sterling. The poor: rates:; in the We say nothing: of the dangers .

a British gun-boatcalkd4the Black JAMES MONROE, in that appointment. Yes, giveme English Parish, &amounted, in thesai'ne and troubles which, eset the road, |

Snake, iu'the river St. Lawrence, President of the U Sntes.WatUngton the privilege, once |inj| my life, year. to thirteen hundred ''a)d:make it: .no improbable -mat* :I Iter .

ou the nineteenth of June, one of representing the most liberal r pounds sterling: That judicious' 'that one ,must get there at the. ]

thousand 'eight hundred and fourteen J auxiliary, in the meeting of the calculator attributes the' overwhelming exper ce of broken limb or so ; .' :,
Feb. 22 1824. '
; Bible and let difference wholly to the but when one is there, who cm de. ;
and that the, said sum of National Society, m<
DEAR SIR-: 1 have no know led ge.of of Bible. scribe the discomfort of
ufluence the that
the the transactions of that j
thousand dollars be and
three commence "" t /1
the date of the letter which
is ( with *{ Without designing: sneer at tavern? for the city is nothing ) j jmore.
same hereby, appropriated: or angust assembly, reading; a
Mr. Lowrie refers I imagine
nor can :
is nirr of
Every body
the purpose aforesaid, out of any in what letter of- chapter of the' Biblf ; and I cheerfully the constituted authorities of this a j

monies in the Treasury not other- manner any leave the rulers ort e nations state, I' wil! take the liberty of passage, from President down> J

Tyife appropriated. mine to you or other friend should.have to wear their crowns; land sit on suggesting an opinion, that if/at and as no,one ever thinks of being

H. CLAY, got into possession' of any, their thrones." the present'sessior of the legislature at home there, the comfort orhome'is. ]
At the time that I aboutto -
.Speaker of.the House of Uepresentatives.DANIEL one. was The Household of ,Faith. means were devised to fur- an unheard of thing. And f j
forman administration I
D..TO PIUNS, com-: I nish every person,who could ,read, then thg black population swarm
uuncst.d: freely with some members Whilst I remained, on the plat-
ing buzzing about cine like '
Yice President of tlic United: States, with a Bible, more would be doneto
of Congre'ss, who had cooperated -, form of that .Society i was the. flies
and President of the Senate. ; 'uperism, than can be coming up. dozens from |
.with me in the w'ar, and in of certain kind of ecsta-
subject a ; the force of the kitchen | t
22 done'by' the laws which have e- : sweltering; -.
Washington 1824Approed :
April whom I had perfect confidence tic ', which I never felt 1
: to sleep all night, the floor
verbeen enacted on the subject/ on
JAMES MONROE.: I also corresponded with some other:! before, and .which.'it is opt likely I : 'I ofthe_ room*where you will brra -
----- friends ut distance. It was natural shall realize again Ion earth. I Effects. tf'the..Bible on Female.Charactcr .- last &dine and from morn tilt
: ;
: \.ELLA. .. ," 'liiue .1 shouldcommu n.l* this |:01" .
that ,
: v'& t And'V say my own .
_..__. .... ...-. night, in every nook and corner. ,
nicate to those near me the opinions feelings, I believe .I niay say it of Mark then those '*
From the National Intelligencer.MK. distinctly stealing and giving,odour. And r
MONROE & GEN. JACKSON. of distinguished characters: at the feelings of very many who were countries on which the light of divine und then the ,fires 'ofc cheap, soft :*
is the a distance, as having weight in my then present. It seemed as if'we truth has '
The following correspondence ,never and Virginia coal, burning blue asif .
of Gen. Jackson and i1r. decision, as to the arrangement enjoyed another day of [pentecost. say, what is't.h e, condition of bc' .ghosts li.ad'l.it:them, #filling your ', j
But I have no.recollection of giving We felt somethingofvhat) the A-
Monroe, relative to the letter on females in those countries ? In bed roums, your clothes! and.t.n. :: '
of Cabinet any copy of my viewsNm the postle meant, when ;speaking of them all is she
ihe subject forming a not'either the slave your food with a ,sulphurous fl ,'-
in 1817. A cojiy orll e..entire'cor-I subject to'anyone. The copy in that joy which is unspeakable dhd or,the' toy of the man ? Is she roi% The boarding..houses<:rowd, 4
question, if correct, must be' resorted full of'glory. On this occasion
.espohdence, will, probably, in a not doomed to'drudge in the field, till nouorecau. by' .possibility ,.,e S
day or two, beMal'd before the. pub' to, for Unfriendly l purposes, Christians were. assenlbled.'fromthe or to ',bend 'under the burden: ; screwed Into them-and last, not

lie, .through the column nof the, and in breach of confidence, and. east, and from tne,. west, from. while her cruel and capricious (least, thebills, swollen ndI
has probably en purloined. the north and from the south to mag-
JlltdHgencer. ... .! lord, disdains to yield,her the least nified. 'until there. is. not the tail ofa
r 4. recollect writing you a letter, in testify their ardent.affection to the assistance ? Or, is slie.not lock- pretence' t6screw': one cent,u muro
answer to recommending Holy Ora 1es; There, Yn-, -were ,
edup in the harem or
16th seraglio: out of the unhappy visitors. 0
Jan. 1824.
City: of IFiuhington, :'
Colonel Drayt'bn, in which, 1 con Assembled beloved disciples, of the '
with'a of
multitude her
SIR-Having written a letter in own sex, tbiys, the comforts of Washing
curred with in the result, different sections the Christian '
you great all of whom are the "
answer to one from I think ; 'hpeess'pi'isoners tort!
you that the President ought to be the Church, uniting together ,in* promoting ofacapricious.ant'? In 5 % '
An the early part of 1817, givingmy I
opinion of certain characters head of this nation, rather than oVa one conimon cause. There: I Christendom the Woman; is rree.- Waverly Wove Tbe Novels

vhich you had named, and who part, but thought that' that rer they met., honorably, ,0'0' neutral 1 I 'The lovely,.and the' beloved' com published by the, author. o( Wa
suit could only be brought about ground, without compromising 'anion of. ,
the 'viz.
had been recommended to for .man. verly, :-Waverly. G.uy'al\-
you by time, considering the circumstances one article of their faith.. 'There, \. .. nering, Antiquary Rob .
Executive Council and Headsof Roy
your in ,which we were then instead of casting, another Character of JFentale J3cnefactor. .. .' ;
on ,
Tales l
tone \ My Landlord .
Departments : and not .having. : : (three_ series
placed.) By perusing your letters, the leer suspicion, they lookedone 'SBut',who American '
any copy here, will you have jthe ; amon our ,) Monastery, 'Abbot I van hoe,
goodness to furnish me.a "of I find that you essentially 'concurred another'in the face, ,and exchanged females are the chief contributors Kenilwortbi! Pirate, Fortunes of

'that letter. If that is inconvenient copy with me in that sentiment._ ._ _. ,' although n'- the cordial expression of towards, the. 'gratuitous distribution 'Nigel, and Peyeril',of the 'Peak, amount -

3cnd'me,_this evening,if you please 'you inclined.to the opinion. \ good wi 11. There thefBible: 'bause of tba divine! bootL which is' to 46 'volumes. ;The.above

the"original,which shall be return.-: : that such men as Col....Draytotf, was pleaded in the I loftiest eloquence the sourceoflbeir superior advantages list does not i cliide5t. Ronan's S

\VIJ.oJ- lad'given such proofs of by successive;speakers, selected ? I would take the '
ed to you,'as.soon as I take a co pa- ; li5erty \V ell.. The:prices"of the 46 vol. .

py. Your compliance will oblige triotism and devotion to the cause with admiaile! judgment asking, are they\thosb who make ..umes.in.England is -lBJ9. 16s., 6d .'

1t. of his country, ought to be consi- : from the different communions the most'cgnspicu us'tire in society _. and calculating the sale of, each

I am very respectfully your dered as having a jut claim to the I listened with the highest gratification '?-Some',.of this :class 'have work to .have. been"20,000, the amount _

friend. confidence of the government, and to the Episcopalian, the done nobly. ,But, tJt sewho care. paid! by" ;the public will

in fact, to be considered* 'as Republicans. Presbyterian, the 'Congregationalist fond of fashion and,ofdress,,rarely have. been'one. 'inillioD'seven. hun
The-copy bf this. letter I the Baptist,the Methodist,.the do,any.thing'for,.qur benevolent'institutions. dredand- sixtytwothousand" 'two
t1un MONROE" have ,not been able to fitic|, nor doI the imselr.1.he "'
Quaker, yea Papist .: They:are continually -: hundred. 'and twenty two ,dollars.Jty .
President of the U. States. recollect ver seeing it, or your holy eloquence of these, men drawing .on, their: jfathersNand v. .

letters till within a few days past, still vibrates. on my ear, .& has"furnished husbands for, the'purpose,of embellishing w-- .

Washington, Jan, 16 1824. since the )'ear'1811. me with the most d ltchtrul'source '-their, persons:; but 'are. 'SOMATOPSYCHpKOOtOGU. S

nEAn' SIH-Since' the,receipt tif; To Mr. Lowrie's note,I have given of.mental enjoyment,.which usually- altogether indifferent .A, work. .under this old title ,baa
: "Voursof,diis. day, ,asking,for your no answer, nor shall I. Let think will'endure ,till the'latest ,about,the,prosperity: f benevolent been: published: in England,.the dig .

letter addressed to me, tout the him, take his course : we 'stand moment 'ofvmyconscious' exis-', .instit nstr I:.mistake: :not, ,the : nof; which, is'Shew.tht4qh& _

time I: came' intouhis office' have: where w
been engaged arching''for :4t given at the time referred to,, has speaker*"'.!. forgot that.1 belonged rendered to nightmare'frugal! plain, sidered as Distract*essences ,can
among my papers, but have not been, in any manner abused, or the to. a particular denomination :of economical. I women,. who do', nottease not, be deduced fromPhysiology, .

yet found ,it. 1. very well recollectthe l letter been purloined, 'that .is at. Christians I-felt. that.Ibelonged ,thXirrelativei for costly ornamentsbut but!depend'.on oja distinct. sort.ote.vidence. : .'

letter,' as well as my answerto incident, which must.dishonor the to the household. of!faith:-that, 'I' who labour with;-their, ." The author'in'a"notice

it, and well know that I have' party/.guilty of such acts.- 1 do .only .stood ,allied 'to j\hV ,general own_ handa,...;that; :)hey' nay have 0Q :r. ,Paley.. ,.makes. ". ..the following.
both, and that the difficulty think that there is in : remarks.. .-
experienced not anything assembly and, the ,church 'of theIst sorncwtj&t to:bestow'on the : hari.

in finding', them proceeds your:letters which'can,injure; yoU t born. I 'looked "forvard' to :ties'of\the .dayV 1 know ,of oiisuch "Paley wasno, ignoraaus; 'but

from my having,taken too good norin 'roitie. in reply \q-thuni:; ,Qut the period when gCi believers: : jery i mill? who. has {thrown I ha longbeen ,of opinloBJtfiaftto .

care of them. J will.continue my the coir ry. D fiance,'byjrespry shall:,be gathered .from the' different 'Upwards, pf'fiTC:,ijundred,..dollars -,a,clear.head,tolerable: .'emptyatoinAcblir'not

tearch tp-morrowj and hope with arid silence,is-w hat;the transactionand denominations I'of: 'professing into: ;the:ttejasury" .- ftbismnd4Thd7red ; : .accessary,I\v sat: ,

better success,unless I ,may,have all connected with:the present; Christians., anc\ introduced :with 'socieUcswolas-f: r VCZ1,1)';bt"; )least,. -very coadttcivc. : I. agi-ftt

.left, them, Jh ,the ;country.* '. Yourletter : movement, merit., Abraham, and, Isa.c'l and 'Jacob, lieref ,nete|;iex pded. one4oj with Shakespearct ,

did you honor. '*,Jt?'eipress- .1: have 'done 'what. I could .to i into the kingdom.ofur_ 'Lord.*?';\ Jar-unnecessa nl..\' '!' :co.t(lav 'W'I; .a,)'a .pi.... liia W 4C," #!=Je-..f d..daht

T od ,J1 ibe' and, 'manly let tim nt$', moderate'and:'put" down, partpspSritybelieving -,: ,A iordi'z1'e/zreOjoflt': 'V jdoa.: vtti. other( tIaQjeCM: 4 like: \ 3. '5'tb._ .
.wtofctor; .their objectthe preservation ,: .that: *.by :sp, dping, I : ":1,,raustVbc''ifidlijjc'd .ia1. saying: :' t.Ji '!\_i t\1' 1 ,-1, .W1 .J' 4' ",.&" -Sto. ...

of r1Wp"fStiCAn Govern-, ga&thebest !ppo".ln;my: ower'cair'phljrbe. '..oWeliral
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b 1 'a .work'b '. < r.it or f e' '. ,.frnthe .C a..b..uma.c t ;: tb t ""Pa' ; : -i
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:i.. T'e:'Unli t(&iit#VI 6")1tP tYZ.' 'pb1is1d'at'that1a1e: ; says" From M.n"yr"P nt' .s: '
AOantic .Magazine, UBS' Ulst\8P: : .Tlie prisorieYj who! ;was ..indicte. ,. sou h i : :I.$14tI WLSinfrste.l '. ',tatoesare44.: per ,stcine ':in NewCastle FRANCE. + a

pcared frn'. the 'pa'es8.of Bliss and "committed' off Islatid.of \ : 'Wth.ptrates: Tty! hd. of 'clasS : t -' '
for a piracy : the : and/the poor every l The; '
White ofNe, -Y\rk. It.'isto 4p- Jaf cly ''cjtpttirea'f: EifgJisTi! brig: | ; Packership Don .Qi1ix'ot .
"I .Cuba ii iiKthe.mnVb 1 _ofAtisli are JijVely <;be-a, much:. distressa'sjoariy -
{ armed
: whithihev arri :. sloSurdet I I Iastesn1ng from: fli
pear monthly, and to be devoted to ) : AHS-tJi oflnesrand oi.empliyient f \ te
t 1822, on bq.th schqnei tf. "d th'eeistiflgsa4 has ,
brought, karn .
American Literature and Scieii&. .larr tIitI ; ,. ailing crev | fort papers to ..the31st '
Btif: ( I stun, w $! rS :meperiOd45flo" : ,March. .

Another;new, literary paper'has !trdy'/befup, the, ,Him; ; ,Smt: Ii "-' ... ..., ..N.'y a .... LjIate.;. !' ,ihe'tradejjmen .d1 abour. : rs ; prc.visions A t -
JUM made its appearance in the' TThipSonin the 'Circuit :Cpur ... : -7.l "of allitinds; i'isingand !-t, projcordIng'j' ircK 'it', :
entitled United BLOD1TLt IWAFRECA,.. -r deputies scptenniaUyi and -0'
t city of Boston, of the United Statesitte hai d' < ,most imJjg 'population luboui'ininm :- nqther

; mates" Literary Gazette,; been formerly p tuprihis./Oial, BAIDOMARCR 2 ) -The' ;. ninstafl t'sAuder\ fe;. i forteducinthentei'ttoflbnational C "

I compVisj.nif 16 quavL9pagCS: 111 but.thel, jury, beir1gu'tah1 agree brig,"E1ttf-wtiich' arrWedThursdayiTast n1 IveriJWJ&: 'Palladium. & ,debts "wereaboTatjtosubmitted be. -of

I, to lie published! weekly; by Cummings verdict were, discharged, from, Afi'icaI I. gives -- '. ; "I J ';.. 'I .to thelegislative bodiA ..>. '

Hilliard &( Co.--Nat. .In\\ upon which led to .the' an account of, a sunguinar i ::conflict "f'ig te. and cofvetle. had sailed
to application '
r .
latrly happened from the'Charleston from.Brest' fop-the.'.Srfazils '
, ( iMMMB Supreme:: :Court, winch was determined .hf wpetl t land 4
Gcn.Tike weHayia'file
S On MondayJast.Thos. Jonesali. the the Ashantees, a, very powerfu t frigate. ,.brig,and schooner, forMa.. .
against prisoner.The Gibraltar tJie "1 Y -* f v% L \
'papt'r to ( \
. asJulm Hol) t1s'onwhoVas convict- race, and, a force composed of about -. : Unique.;, ,' .J
fact of a 'piracy havinj of 'are: '" ... -4'
qiliers 1st April.The following' <
the brig 4,000 natives and of UiKEYRTSSIA1&
..ed of murder' o'n boaI'd T
1 < ; been committedwas. pro yed- ,beyond the only articles of ,interest contained ., GREECE:., '
Holkar, and Joseph Perez, con Cape Castle, an ;English Accounts :
Johnson ; froiii
doubt "
Captain ,
by .in them. ;Constantinople:
settlement in that- neigtioqrKoodThe .
victe of piracy, were brought tu and the name of. Por- of the. 2 5 tli, ,Feb. estimate.
I d seamen by .GIBRALTAR, MARCH ;25V. tli&:
former had of late mad
. the bar of .the., Circuit Court fothe who it will be 'recollectedv, by force of the Pacha oT '
ter ; ; ; incursions for' the Madrid Gazette,'Extraordinp. Egypt at

' ist'nt''ucr.District of. Jones New-York: is to, beexecuted to I'e-- our readers: 'apprehended the prisoner frequent ofpunderingthe! ,. letter, purpose territory --- ry, of 19tiinst.! brings'the following :-. 25;000 'men,. disciplined ,ini1 -

c : i in the street, and 'accompanied communication, made to European'ma'riner.; 'Butlaccounts
on the llth day c-f .June and in one cf these/ 'ha d :
i him to the Police Office. d' ( from ,HydraoftlhVU2d iFeb., :
Ar aqd-jouques, commanclin : say
., seized iBrilish Sergea'nJtt whoh .
next, and his .body to be given I ,a thah:: had
The nee bound from Withdiinhjj5 ,
was the French troops in Carthagena, troops
fur d 1 ion. thtjy murdered, k'afterwarjl.s mutilated -
the surgeons. ssert Ibid 8 Charleston to St. Jean de ,Reme .in'a most S horrid ( manner( by the Captain of the Krench ,frigate from the, island of. Creteywiich: CI

,I May die, in the Island of Cuba, within To avenge this.crime; and the insult .Hermione arrived atthatporin had created_ difficulty-' .th Dil "n -
a few miles of which place she wai offered to, the Englishflag.. the afternoon of the 15th. .,.van.. .. It was[afso currently-'rep ri.-. CT
Another bilj embracing' an important .'
; ll with brought to by the pirates, the yes Sir (;. l'Carthy, Go vernorfSi&'i'-' >Dear Count :T am' just 'com ed, tliat ihe-fSuilart afterva long "

principle, connected jet robbed, and the crew barbarously Leone immediately 'prepared from Touloti' :)"aper; touching/] conference with i 'the .Gra! .d Vizier, IIt
the of to aljpl'oIniale -
power into leaky yawl, ,with had sent ,a meenge'toCairofor'
put a Algiers and .bi-ing the' pleasing ;
this which :formed .,
for the o f expfditipn,. was *, .
money purposes the head bt .P "
. an oar and a half, and turned adrift into thr Internal Improvement ycsicr [ .
: the ocean. At the; cm which I contributedas The L
to its third reading, in upon he commanded, and was acompa- and Spain, to Sublime, Sultanappears I to
day passed
:: the House Representatives, by aJaJ'ge of five dUys, ;they 'providential!])' nied by many merchants 'as volunteers much as lay .in..jny. power. 1 I' have caused all Jewscmployed:

It tappropriate hu.dedit Matahzas, where they] ; before 'the three 'j parties have caused 43 Spanish 'prisoners,, at the Custom House', tohe" -arrest-: *,

:I majority. for proposes sepaiated, and Porter returned to could form a junction, Sir hares! taken.by the. Algerihe frigates: to ed, rand!' to give ah account, 'ofihemselves I 3

,. towards money facilitating eXeyimeit1s the na.viguion New-York.; \vas intercepted by io,000of. the be-setai. liberty, and they are ,now'on 'for the last forty years'. C
1 he trial occupied the whole board.'this I likewise This
of'the RiversoltheVc.st Ashantees, whom he fought as; ship. measure is ,attributed to'a:
, day, and about half past 9, have clea bill of health Scr. &c., desire S
his ammunition {lasted a ,. to extort money 'frdni 'this .
long as ;
; -an object of great interest. to the the Jury, after an absence of an hut overiowered .. 'DU BU1.HSON.! oppressed race. .. ..<.. -. 1I'
being at length
'V whose
C' td'n. ,
country with *
into Court a
hour, returned siich immense number of! IVlJarch. 26.. t A"ccounts'from Nuretnbe rfotthe' :
, '_ and feelings the house has thus e- ly an ; > I'I
: viticfd a decided .disposition to \'el'dicor guilty. the foe, h? and thosewith him It.appears, by the i.hbon Gazette 21st l\'Iarcht' stateV'tnaf wheii:
f Counsel lor the United States! were either massacred made of the 10th inst tljat: the Dipiomatic.Agents he Divan were' ihfcTmed by the
The :
.uli! and .'
: con District Attorney 4
r Robert 1 iU8ton.E! q and Consuls -ofPortugal
Russian nilnisierthat
andVjfr6m the bloo heVas
.Cik of this bill has been, hereto prisoners ; in-
'. G. Haines Esq.
jF-'i-e, in if not to and Chas. thiisty character the enemy, it abroad have ijeen directfd su' cted to deriiand the immediate -
recognized part Josiah
For the prisoner, OgdenHoffman by their GO''t'rnmCilin. case
is feared the fir Yor these qisastershas evacuation of Moldavia''and:
its full extent by the appropriatiou -
:: \V Niven ,
and Oeorge vessel .should arrive under '
nf sum' ) of for the befallen them, ahd'under cir. any Wallachia, the Sultan returned to
: a money
; purpose examining the ohstruc.tions E q I .-'JT. Y. Gazette. cum stah ces"of. agra ated ''ci flelty. Brazilian colours at jiny of the his former. ystem of-inventing! 'exr

.' had p .rts t>f the countr.teb they reside to \6taln'del In the St.
I. in this navigation, upon of Although days elapsed -, ;uses ( y.
:. :\\' hich a report has been made bj. The first entitled number the" United a new States publication alter the departure if tht:.I in to apply to the competent Authorities Petersburgh Gazette of the 3d 'of .4

: the United' tat s' TopographicaEngineers. expedition, no intelhge) of Sii I that they mjay be ,compelled March,'h, is sfdthat; an'official.

:! We are agreeabl Literary Gazette19: made its aplearunceiii Charles or ho! nierclatjts h td' to take such c 'ours down, note of the Oxonian Cabinet, ordering -

: Jdr a, pointed however, to find that [ Boston,the 20th April: reached the Cape when the Eliza-; and in case of non !'compliance the'.Pacha, of 'Sillistrla 'to
l It contains brief notices
this bill has met with; so little opposition. and.H'I r lieth left! the ost. 1 t' has beetur with their application to enter a evacuate Moldavia I Wallachia,

Tlie bill was .repotted, "tiews oi the follo\ving A > 'IIflSL'(!, that the. Ashan'lees. : had: formal protest ; and,* further, to is hourly 'expected to be issued.'" I
kVorksuC. ufse ot Instruction I ,
1 f 'H the* cowmi'.tre(. on Roads andC > ill'l leen "Stig.1tC'd .tn,; thpirj! late ilL claim aiiy ship ol'wrhat may This shows thatRussia confidently

;uls, by Mr. Henry uf' Kenluesy the Public "Schools in Boston, jondoct by some foreign; trader come in under the si;me colours, expected 'its' 'ultimatum' to ''be 'in1itantly -

... 'The I'ilot, "Randolph LI(2. Er. I : as such ships undenikbly belongto complietJ with the Porte
on tii 28th pf February. h the neighboring district, on: acCount :
ata, "Aostiact of Hill's New hi* Majesty. Witji: respect to The and land'
- lb. May U. I It of the exe tions urthe Brit sea : armaments at
;; ThcJrof the Earth. "Hints onrxtemporatuous his Majesty .
merchantmen, however,
ish intercepting the \ African '' Constantinople are represented as

: DIED-In Ql1 "cy. (Mass.) on preaching. "El- J Slave'Trade. \ wishing to extend; his pro. actively proceeding, and, that the
('metilh of trOIuflzy'tfll" Bryiiu's lection all his wheihtr
to Subjects, Sultan encourages, theifi by his
.' .. the 2&iult\ Mias Caroline Matil I
." da. >miili I ;ng- d I 16. J ::1jSyuung Put'tUs"-hesi an article" From the Loncxon MurninpChronicle.' POI'tu\! \cse. or lirLsilians, haa presence But whether these 'for.es -

jLu.-rame to h.T deatn in riht' 1-.1- : (n "Reunites of English Poetiy, DUELING IN IRELAND: directed, '. .that the! Portuguese : are destined to war with the

:.nd s'vcralmiscdluUt'ous pieces : Consuls should protect, and acj. Pacha of with the Greeks
! lowing manner:-.\ f ew \'eninis : Without pronouncing any opiu-, Egypt, ,
of great merit. i ion Iw of tkieiiing," wllave > ;.for them ail WIt .oiitMistinciion. jr \;, bcr: JI',' Her death while sitting ai on usage
: Most of these articles ( the 50. '
window& a unobsei tedton I says no hesitation in saying, thai :. March lifficult to be solved in the 'pre* '
;; :i person
; J suddenly and Boston[ Statesman) are iiri4ttn m a he' barbarous extent.to .which Jt/u HisCatholicMaj ftty, has .:re.-. sent situation, of Turkish affairs.
vieJ I her arm .
1- f j. caused her to start. (.It'J'lI1vulun-" one*of pt-culiar; spiigluliness and carried: in Ireland, is' ole _of the "placed the Majora, and other The Grand Viaier and the .ReUEtfehdi '

'. J : t :ase. and beem to be distinguished: curses with ''which .that' Entails, on the same footing las are stated' to' be boh.sick

:;i ( tat'} dr'H't WJS, s:> great vt'.ssclWhich'as to caus.t.' I' hy manly criticism. In speaking unfortunate greatest country is afliicted.tis .- previous to the lai|. .Revolution, ,,' itl.Cposta-l! i 9pJ.e.. r -;
of blond "
a tu-luinated': rupture her a life. HOW much 'I 0" the merits of the .Pilot, the destructive of all virtue$ all juice .-.- .and ordered f: ,the Estates V which I: is s .id..i.. .'! the Turkish-'-
: ascribed ..
: reviewer 'erroneously dismembered them :
from by
were 4
iMschiet has arisen from want of ( all noble spirit. It places the counts that the. Grejeks, h ad bee
t' the work to a '\J 1'. Cow/ ra name, virtue of the Decree.4 of the ) clrp.d ,
valuable at the with
: due consideration must men mercy repulsed loss before ,Palras
': the I> unknown *o our IitPI'a- ,. Constitutional Government, to *
jy ye .
t. -- I or every brawling blockhead" and that .the Egyptian; fleethad. '
I .ure-which hennas prolialy l con- ,be immediately restored to the
J' LITERARY. i pOSSeSSeS enough of a : quality, had a hfujtl 'nje'aWait.! This ,
of the
' : We learn by tw! N w'-Y(1r1t'< bunded with that Cooper, which is so vulgar in these north- present possessor o !l the Majoratsjr ,ecms vejBfi doubtful., Accountsfro p

!t; Statesman, that :\1r. Cooper, the real author of the novel The ar- Cpu parts Europe, : that ''the' want -. This restitution, how ,... Zlc: ,of the ,2 d of March'

.!. A erican Novelist, has projected tick descriptive: of the scenery and or it in any case, even, among, the per, does not 'itulude.| the proJuceof tate, that 'the' mediation' of' Loid3yroii''jiad :

i a '.>I'il'S of semi-histori--al ...tales, aiiS; of Niagara, is characterized owest of tIle populace, js, almost the Estates dpwn, to the day produced':the '..hap'pie's.tresul

;:. to be entitled Lt geud of the Thirteen by uncommon power and beauty.It a mat'er of.wonder, to hazard his !jf the publication the Royal l s :wth.tbe.. chiefs of Pelopp

.i.. :' Repu ,lies,connected with! the' takes hold of the feelings withan own life for the.''sake of taking away ,- Order, which fu rth"fdt..ects, 1st, nessiis, and; that his voyage to

',,, Revolution lie is now engagt'd interest i.ot ess intense in j,than that of another. In' Ireland ,that those who had purchased the Trippolizza was a complete'tri.--

.1:: on ihe first of tiir series, to be call the most efi'ective pictures out every: thing becomes the jsuhjectjpl Estates shall be repaid tht priceof imph. Hr ,had opened a corresjuiidence -_ '

1i J cU Lionel Line In. best modern: novels.! The style of a duel.) The late Mn; Edgeworth the same, either by the. proprietor with Theodore Coloeoronf .- .

t ;I this new work is in imitation of i ells us, that 'having been appoint. or by lis nejxt heir if the in consequence of which, the J

'14, ji/i/iomtmnt* by the President, the London Literary Gazette ; and eel! an executor, he sent letters to .ale,took place with the consent alter' had evacuated Nauplie, and

.\ by and, with the advice and conseni its matter is of that diversified and the different debtors to the, estate, of the latter ; and, 2dly, th"t.tli. hat .important fortress w'as occu-. ,

: __ of the Senate.Robert 'spirited character which most re- and foe every I letter he received ahallenge. amount .of necessary repairs 'made pied) ,by a. garrison, composed

_ Campbell, of Genoa, to lommer.ds itself readers in gen- : Mr. VV.akefield says, by the occupant aliaU. likewise be. ,I:4-iots:4: ; Spezziots and Pe1oo.pessians. !.

be Consul of, lhe. .*'U uHcd.Stu.let' at! la!AI. Among the poetic effusions hat at'a fair in Ireland -he' saw a ermbursed. I ': -*

that plac which adyrn the present number, gentleman of distinction lay thecheek Extract of a Private Letter. .1 -

_: we recognize a beautiful scripture I II SPAIN.Thetreaty'for .
Richard 11. Thompson, of Pennsylvania : ; of,,u poor unoffending man Tangier t ,March 21.-Ben .

to be Consul of the United I niece; from the pen of Bryant, i iwhom I! pen by a: blow oi hU whip-that, Y'shiovthe( chef of the province the occupation pF,
: need not be to
'. States Canton.. II wt the of f Beling: indigant at this act of bi'u- of> Garb, has had an: engagement he. Peninsula by the; French. : 't
I t Jusph Ridge\\ ay"of New-York, arm ng poets Courier.any tality, he said to several: magistrate .with"une.of the ''Marauding Tribes I v'hich was signed. on*, the 9th ,F b.

'ji;: *o he C'jjisU'of: II\{ .United States Ae' 01' counll'v.-'hUtt. then present-Good| God! ,;if his Dis'rictin which he lost 'I last, stipulates 'that the .tro ps' of

F Q iit he Isl..atd! "f St (;r.> x..- ''Mr. why do you not intrrfere that this I 30! men. .. the Jatter .power'. 'sJ.aU.'eya uate
Ed'trJllrd.fV have
J;)!'ii M. "lacl he.t'slJh, of P nnJ' seen >rute may be punished as he de- MuleyS'heip has: given up the' 'he "C'ountry-rn" '1st'of next Ju-

: i .4111 a, to .be Cousui of the Unj- :it :'tffir'urtlhat since lr. Edwards denied, oniyt I ervebVuen! they alj' excused eije of Mequiez' ..and gone. to I 'iy. It' is.. .thought, however: that

;J'J's'h; Stvtti's at i 'V MaraCuybo.i in. thc flaw' weeks hud share, roundly in themselves, say'nJ.t'. they, did not Mafilet, having it ts'said i,,. secured; 'erdinand j oWlng.totti disturbed. .

: of Uoioutb'i*. hat lie any the CSSiySined II wish to involve the.mselves in a in the Atlas mountains safe late of the country,'will' demand..
t r 'I Ciutrh-s ')4I'' .tg ', ..f Kentucky. to si: A. B., of which he: The now alegatipn 'aoVs duelNo!. magistrate dares: to re- 'place of.retreat,:wliile; 'tthe Govenv,' .i1 longer nuinuance-pfthcErench:

.;j',: b." Consul of tne United- ..' Siatt-s ai' \ himsetltheauthor.'in Gazette's .eive,.,.a. complaint (if bet were ..disosed or of the .Black Ho'uclaya Me- roops. The' kingof Spain,Is: 'said.
1 is made noto"iously -
' j 1 Guulimaia. .-. '.* I !, immieal to- him and deBote'd > ,, which l is notvery likely;) :,I quinez[ has sent-the'Emperor; a con- : 1'0 be:resolved:to..persist in mode.

.Gi'ojge \V., Seacum/'f Alexan- agaluska landholder from any jof iderable'remittance: from the trealJs.ur ate measures 'and, to treat 'the

,,. dm.in: the iVistijci-of. Coomhia| : t r the Treasury Deparment.: IbiS tenants-the ciinsequencewou1dbe : )" to this place. One.of the.Be-;;' Constitutionalists, imfsguidedpen.
to !be. i>onsulpf. the..United'Hutti i :\S'je'l-we? do : :. .&\:. A poorpeafcantomes ebber',tribes have :also! 'submitted'totheEmperor.sending. As evidencof1hegjtjej.. ,.;

it iiueiios. Ay res.-:-/Var.; : Il t. -any yredit. What.MrlJEdwards : before. a 'magistiate with : their wo- t y. f'theseinientions: we.are told, .

.., ', may have ii ulteied'ttdjepel;i ious orfrusirate riosity.Wl' '.complaint against hisjsquire' ,.his. n\co.as hostages Fez. > ",. 'in :ithesames: 'rticle, that u hc. *
11i'r\inl'nto.r-in c -*
t ClJunt l'f.'it Notes* on, *he Bunk pFliilailflpiuai CanntVl conjecture ,:pn' .,.Brother:, cousin ..oriuncie." ,A :. crs.and the popuJajce ijoyal ,
even j'
of the d'Miominatioi' : n'.fould to send, him ANA.--Bv: the -feel r
and fraudulent abju-'f iretextjis so FROM 'HAV irhp; themselves supported by

t : .. of:8: 10. were 'ill circulation.yesler, nit"ation thV'grave imputed to hinijj is, to say I ibout,his, business. He goes; to schooner .5w//V' we have. received, them, still coritinue/their! acts of

day .morning ii; this, city. : mother ,mag straw. uPray.how Havana' journals ,to the' 7th inst.. engeance.f Four ",constitutional '
: JT. V'. 4 vt'n. P 081. the-' *{ emely National mprobabtf Gazettes;! comes: it that..you.did 't..go-to>> : the They cpnt.ainno* ;news, of'int' rest. 'men thave' been, ,hanged and drawn

'f' ,",' ""*" -. b ,. .* nearest. magistrate!"-"1 did goo '. The Spanish sqadron which sailed -' aboit-'th streets.' ..Notwithstand-
., fortune Tetltng, A. woman has him, youi'.honour, but he refused the -of
inpurMi'oftheColornbn returnedtoHavana outrages
old'live-oak ng people
been i1 fined i & anrf .. :os\s, .aftei* a rh'e'r is an : stump :
54. uAnd.so ,
listen -
to to me. ,- ,:you the 3d inst. pain are far from being quietjnd
regiUrml I 'i ii5-jJ>,'";Pyice\ Court, at m'Mr., 1 i Cooper's Dari plantation' nGto.' from(St.iijntyn's If I lave: :the impudence tp.eo e to. The most energetic'and: efficient seem to .have. lost much of ..,

Du.? ton,- ,'fortelhu. % f&Jrlunes.-Ihid.1..i" tf tWitfe) ijeaf original. stern'p). stof.the,I ne.after youjiave been: already measuresar adopted by the Gov- heir/ form r. respect fpr.. 'theirfhostly

: Jr i \vq >: 'taken- I. urged l ab.oYQu .;'business?" rnor, in conjunction :with,the Deputation teac; ers.:, Da lhe/1:; dth of
t .. .faUhCWSiJeL4cr received. at i tfitfltiiioiiWs_ : shortlyLfteVliietajiiureof : I'fieu follows a suitable epithet., of \IUle.: .arieswas dcHrefnj -
: the/Gu. rriere, ( Pojice, to. preserve: 'theranquHity l\far : % '.
! Boston :from an. ,American, lady: Ind tlfus the has no ail ''discourse at
poor; mats! of the IslandBands; fi,. in ;a' church, i
> V : : g */
vessel treeVsprungrfromtbe
1 now/in Londonv: 'says;,; '1 h ave,b. "hpresent ,' Z tf th.at ; a Bay of the.xId ', crnative. )r but'.pocketing his.wrong, 'of armed. men have been, .formed,' :Barcelona.' ', on, the prnp1ety.-ofr
J : at '& .iericarn$rtaulu'ws! toar.and at: Home. 4-'nd; continued: centre tvVftfati &tirh." .(;. l Hr. taking'vengeance, wren heiiiidsn : inimitationoffurmer. ;;years, as(itjs : S''GrInghe.., ffectctlie. .clerpjrhi ,- .

'j I J since'hisA was;' S 4, I- -_ a opportu n.ty. ., h .4'1i. etoTI' aiside "'tatr
t 't. this J82 .
. 't Jsi :(dnRda :r s; t ahd l,.. s n".e vergteen: .said, to accomplish :pur-. \ .
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'fin'ItSe fbUowTi I I Trai.ntrt eipecled we shouldtetceafu 'suc1. F\tir lt.iii i 1ai: aattm \ af.# J\Itot.. .:Y.l"o ir." -..,. .- <]ft." 'I 'P.Sitt. lt f 1iri \ t: ;; -
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oubUshei'ln"thM pajcr,1'of! "e'xtent that cpuld bV. n-' gth "o.11 e1..i' f''. 1"II :.1 'I ;. ,
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ta1' I rl i i, I' tI" P. !nk. is 1w dl1 t mmit' brtlitit : f
'1'lis.J& tI I ; titir: rreit Siik'1tfjj' bthewOrJeanbJast.. .

.J ,1'1: FIgerald tb jgze C1 f Co.-i-How does itBrcaa'tipublish i frrctu afl& pnn17ibyi'o! : t99OI.:, .. .fj"b ).f ne barren* tint the S ds'ei'cultinterarth1 / tF Mi: t1ii9;J jht1 i ; _. _'t .: ., <::1. .
that i iIl'P bte rneubvrfthe : : *,
eli I ItJlD present: Jejslatiye on the bill/Ho thorjthe crea '#toL- '
the 'l1g .l 01 1fl1? New CJImG1J"a backed by aCnumber -o\th nde6f the there. eh. ; : r ., *l k
gP1I t& of 'vuw' .. tion. ,of a ttock to amount 4UflEictes of four/fee*' *
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ty they nttilrty.warnor. "
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ilt vbecojne8 .the painful.duty,'whic$' .\. ,' 'I., .. j'I_" .
it. dac tqt1 .ijcrcsts :uid. Jt'ehut theJustices. pf the .counter ''convcLtqtllernseITcSal4'tP..theCoflimuZ4t '$ ..s.-.1.tF, 1b'fl ; to frrbyidef fpi? :1the awards ofthiemthiioi tedin.th .mostadtag OUs aituatibh in _
1 .tff b6VW. *- the middle aislein .
; tllPtst it) don 'Vj J *r- : front of the Altar
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; 40:cpoSf cdJby contains tabout 70 ijteithe, :
L1cCtiOfl is intenBctTto be ) -: methlalUdjb, : treaty they will disposed of at PUblIC Auction
tici e. j o this conspiracy against .the-:.laWav in inhabitants and' 20 wram'ors. -" > :
with"-Spainiof the 2 'd 'Fefl.-181 for '
\ aCMr.
and one ,
*?Vout excellent worthy Mayor- year, Henry Michelet's on .
4t* tnie'cdloura. t .J6'N l f.) cbs.ylihabthrt 3Q"mU s
from Mr. McLane cxplainrd the object Thursday nell at '11 -A;""M. '- 'weli '
L believed to have/procecded as as .
There ctn.beno the the
doubtthat county N. E. from Tallahassee, all s lUementscpntain those other
CI'tcllCe, not 1 ten oil 'neglect* > of Escambia contains 600,' male person .aiijtiutfive'.,hundred 'iniiabitantsj and. provisions' of the Bill. been paidror pews before which. may.' not"ha, .)

feCCtPY the above merely.:to'taH. the between:> ages cof.21, and 'SO'\'t"arL-. -and, abou$4 arriors. Tokase: After .some;:d bate,:and, amend 1' By/rder of the Trustees day.;. :. -V-,::.. "

; of! the City Council' _to the .sufcto The taxlcannbt 'av r.igemore' than ,two Mathl ',is"the national ;and T keeneh. merits, the .bill .having,' 'been>read I PABLO \ .:;
itttl1tiOfl asknot. why *'. the assize i of 1 ollarVper.man: 'Each individual .must.pavoriedoflarupoH the civil cbief.i1iold villages te i was repri ct.tpthejiouse.; S / G >, .5, -
a .'
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tax. Can\the balance on the,borders of the great Savana are 'de s.i
is published m the ,English' janonly" Mr. Johnson :.moved, to pbs Junellth,18244t.. '.. :
na become.excessive, if. any,[individual serted, and the-:present'improvements:are. I --_ -- ..
2e butwy'iet/iereio alB; e.. o"j /" has a greater proportion Cf' it .than anp comparatively new. \ t I pone
st p
: attributed to us. in asking,tins que*> "ir'thepoil tax of one dollar per man L'be hunting for their meat, .but th y raise'4], next.* ." / ,: ._ their 'copartnership,. offer. for sale
" be fto : ;
*.4. cxcessiVe, 400 divided on the property manyvegetables have bins of corn, Mr. their.plantation 6f800 ;..
Johnson his
f cit b supported motion consisting "
for. as ,the ) councilcontract; } of Kscambia' conntyVcannot be; eitherfxcessivj through the' They cultivate, besides arpens ,
all ,
) year. with the .
toll improvements thereon
in short situate
a' speech and called J
the .
their advertising1 piibliof ,
; .nuts
,= car for : : or oppressive.Let apd other ground a(the entrance of the Bayou Governor
, the cslzefcu1d be no additional us1 examine the necessity. beans,pumpkins,'melons and majriy sxyeet for the Yeas and Nays upn it; ,-distant about 14'miles from 'FensacoUi.

, profit to iist.'but, b: l crig the You have: haa two, ternisofthe. county potatoes, besides. they mike a *kmd, of but afterwa. withdrew .hIs' mo- It is'unnecessary'to give'a. further descriPtion

. rcC, "to..hl e proceeded .from ina co'ur;.th'e'feespf witnesses clerks, Oassare bread from the bamboo briar root tiojitoposponc. / of this plantation, as it is presumed
"mission sheriffs and constables has exceeded > which :they grate up,' and pfesel"the": ,''that
mrthousand ., :Mr. Ross renewed be motion any one1 disposed,to
intentional I. vc ) purchawill if
C, not .neglect > dollars. YoiMiave starch. ..T u seem to enjoy,much peace
fC 'enc no jail, youi y .visit the same., If not disposed of at S
made Mr. }\
st the qUest on. that if there is any u jailor has not been paul for t\\'o.or' tiree and happiness among themselves, and, except by Johnson, to post- private sale it will be offered it auction ia

reason it may be stated, or, if .V'.'is ; 3'OtIht.eUOtaCefttof; ) money' torepair occasionally hunting the cattle! and pone-the consideration of the bil,! the'montn.:of November.next. ,

. AJT j -U r one, that the assize may be rer a road or a bridge, or- to'prestrve a hogs of their white neighbors, arc quiet to the first day oMecember next. J. pn1Ll8 HTt" :".,1

I p 'i raiinU( "'t>t>iirstarviiig.A.iotherterm: inhabitants. I. Mr. Webster/spoke in opposiiion FKANfIS BOCHEBLAVE. &
is other
: 'II brfy publisUed as custonur"in" .. of court ,* apjwoaciftJi, how are' jurors Most of the Indians of West Florida are to that m6tion and in'Cavorof Bayou. Governor,9th' & _
-' .ties. an] witnesses to be 'procured emigrants from the Muscogulgc'or Creek ne..lJ24148t.4 If

: ,lo you jrentlesnen, \t ho Ijve snugly> ontnV'Kscu.mbiaBay nations,'many of the fugitives, from the the .passare ottheo bill as amend J1.tJ '(

' 5y lite arrivals vc .ha\.e received the on your farms surrounded tribes, conquered by Gen. Jackson ;, they .1 I-a-'.._ m1ik47v'cE.. 1

. Louisiana: Courier tathe Sdinst. ny the by your,cattle and your negroes,' took refuge in Florida after the battles of I Mr. Foot, Connecticut. t, added To amend orrffncnrc, tf1'raw a revenue .:

1'rt oflnttrm nt9Tor the- week endui.eli taxis -nay be/U2iIIeCSS4rV ; but to th,'juror 'Emuktaw,the Horseshoe,&c. The.chiefsare a remark on the .same side ; and in cemberl822.the cityvfPeritacolai, patted 29th D I : '

.f deaths tlunnff llialieek wtuiasLeen dragged from his farm generally men of much talent and expenence The 1'1. ;
ult. the number and his family to Pensacoui, and obliged and seem' disposed to recommend question on postponementwas '-. -Srcrioxl.ff 1
twenty six'* No case of yd- the the of'stock then decided, in the negative. Rit by the Board I
. were for two or tli,cc weeks tu pay tavern bills, to people raising Plained of.Aldei ; ,
" tot r ,'er. Reports from Louisville, (saysiieCwrierislatetlatthe )r.the 'vitoess who has been recognized and the cultivation of the soil. /The bill'was then ordered to be roenof, the city aforesaid, that for i';

Steamboat 11larwdSt. :*- o.intveljpjrhaps lOi miles to give testiio.iy The Indians in general, are rather idle,, engrossed for a third reading : the.present year, and annually hereafer : ',

. Louis Packet has sunitflefeUmim .; Ll 4i a; aihsi a robber or an assassin,'whoa violently republican, and'mucb disposed 11.( : there shaU.bc.levicdand collected Oh'atl 'i.
't A4ay ; houses and Jots S ,
: .ici't I .crop to suHer and tits cmldren to watcuwitii jealous care the PQ er-/ot' : the; prqp rtJt.of pi'sQns ,J
'- a part of the cargo will he.arcdbut ,.The House in committee of*the mn&n&vnthin',the J
their chiefs. The corfitratc timitt
men mare .
t sta1'\'e, ithnut money or credit. For are Jtartd a tax of ;
vessel will be entirely lost the and dress whole took' a bill to authoriz tbTnv.sevenan'dahalf cents i
i the, tncse ineuluxes are necessary. 1 some than women, more up on each one it
'I'ennit me gentleia to examiuc ,your .I neatly and with better taste. /The women the. Territory Florida"to,opeD'.a hundred dollars ofJ value thereof. .

". floriL2 Treaty .0 u/fc..-A bill has f.ve ressMw, for us.you are appointed to are more close and sharp in makinga canal through the public lands, all SEC 2. Be it further ordained, That oa. j'

. tbe House' of Representative* of .nuke i iaWtt fur us hereafter, it is not to beespc'ctfc'dlhiit bargain than the men, perhaps their and, .having gone through it, reported ed houses and lets within,this city, claim. ,
paSied or.owned by
: have excited rebellions property coats them more labour, than any person or persons: '1
United: States authorizing the Sew -- '- you the bill which resident
was wittn.thecorpojte
\Ie /msUiu' 1 has without good r alon.. that ol the men. Their/children appear limits there

. ) r.fthe Treasury borrow not t.xceedie" ;" i'ncre i;, no county grievances but healthy and smart.: Tie female usually ordered to a. third reading. I shall be levied and collected a tax of fiftv. :..

five millions dollars at an interest \vtiai Jiad better be borne ,tnan the puy-; curries her infant in'her am*, not' on her May 12.: cents value on thereof.each one. hundred dollars of th' :

cffour iml3. half per cent. per annua>, to nit: oi| such excessive taxes This is back, as it is usual among the 'northern An engrossed bill to authorizethe SEC. .. < S -
tvith You have tribes. Education is not known there,. e.it further onjained, that
the commission-; rw-UdOii u run
provide lor the awards vengeance. Territory ofFlorida to open a there shallbe levied and :
jcbt but it better to remain than children experience very little restraint collected the' j i
a is so
_' ers.c1111Jer ,the treaty with Spain, of the ; 'jn You have stopped the from their plirenls,yet there seems to be Canal through the.public lauds, present ) ar, and annually! hereafter, on'. \\A
L21Pebr1kb;: 1819., ', (, -i. pay.taw and justice. It is better to do I much 'affection existing between them ; i iI tu- nlte th'c"ri\'er St.J: hn'sv. ,th' lshufHe boards, nine.pln'allcvs- or .

Should this bill become a jauthe'mojjryftjl .Vithout law..andjusticc than to pa a tax ; they scarcely are maue to labour until the bay of Augustine, wa' reutf a games half generally krio\vn'by those names:

no doubt be ready for the cUmritfttsas of lo'iJu dollars. i!'I they-adopt it ov choice. The) are not soI third timegassed: and sent to theSenate one On all the tax onbiluard: tables, g5 .
their Lawyers, Physician and personiholding -
.l'crmit'me fact. :I ingenious in manufacturing wam- .
to state Jones I
soon us they obtain*their xttrLificitcs a was for oncurr ?nce. civil?
.. the northern tribcg.'bulore uiuciii .fc under the
bound of dollars .pU111S ge-
th 100
of the amount a"ardt'd to them ;' ".5 a recognizance to; May l"f- *, rieraJ'or- territorial"gdvernmcrits
catile aud ,
a he travelled i more addicted to raising lioga 4 except .
.pvc testimony against thitf
: or-ih'c" UI SUTes Notaries Public and J ustices of the \
lUcid, that Vie'banjc .. 'JJ unites ou foot in the, hot month.'ofiay fowls. Among other petitions, presented Peace* \,

las offered td loan the money atllie rate: aliciuled ccuil, and iciurned/iii: 14 t Indeed their savage character is considerably to day, was one from person not On being all hQiders lawyers of.real ten dollars.estate-;oftbeT S

of ir.terest.above,specified..,A '. u.tJ s, bore His own espeuscs, am ..b'JOugllt: broken, audit ,would not be surprising styling himself "Louis, Charles, hue of five hundred dollars or va S '
rr= on a hi ot sickness, auU was nut paid a tar. .1 they should n ak.e considerable de not s4ofe-6r*' upwards
Duke de Navarre Dauphin payings other
IV.d.l'1 Ifs ; progress in civiiization, at tlte situation one
VfJ.J1.J1. .}: i/f"r::8.i ihsng. labor was wortivonc uolur dol1ar" r -
.. at.ll.i Jus cuuld where they a; e now about tube located France, Legitimate Son of Louis
--- --- day \, nut
per expenses all free
h Id Oq males of the
ktaverveii'arJin.arymce1m. r of
of age
To be continued. twenty
the Sixteenth '
'IVnsacoU about paya -- one yckr* ard
t thf Coiirt'House ?n -I--------------_ upwards not subject to A-
ot'rt folbrs.L Government of United
'- tax ( the the
the21st ilay' last, the ollou-Mif r solutions Cj ltL \.tu" ei 1.h ny other fcix, two.doIJ rs.
e richest ofyou/gentlemen, I am in'd him the S '
brought forward by Messrs.JcseA'oric'iSi States to restore to throne On all persons {wearing or
. o\\ usla negroes ;tt 50 g7 oj25Wirpcus \ I2rSflTE.: t of *wori1.ctnesdirk.s carrying
, Jo'in de la Una, were adopted. 'O ,pistils or arms ot any
ot land 9
. .1 Resolved, That the taxes laid by the On/poil 1 May 10. _The following bills from,. the I. dscrip. whatever, ten dollars .
Court of Escatabia excessive ux., -, Dtn.t tot erIuum -- Src4. iffurtber ordained .I
County ,.are ) lr- "-i trhe sw oppressive and unnecessary,' ahaought ihe creation of taxes,with the eXCepti0n oflipeftssha]
: "to authorize An
O walch, -- 1 act authorizing an examination be considered i
/ .
& rut tube tolerated, for the following- rea- stock exceeding five millions I payable on the firsE <;
/ not and
of the harbourol of
survey August '
I _$3I1-1st, That there is no county grievance S20. 20 dollars, to proviue for the a- Charleston South Carolina, 'oi' pad on or beu.e every the last year da)-,'of and Augus if note'I'I

'feutwltat had better be borne than the Wliicli' is most reasonable, that you .withyour waids' of the Comniisioners under "- St. Mary's in Geo. of the coast ol': there shall be an additional charge' of terf

ofsiJ excessive taxes in the prop'ertv, shouLd. pay 20 dollars or the with Spain percent.
payment Treaty was Florida and for other
; Jones/witliout to 28 dol lurposesJwas "
. for S
property pay SEC
of the cit.S 5. Be it further
unpoverishcd'situution brdaine{
: lars.'t MV ice : read and referred to the twice read and referred.. oa
tens ofihe said 'County.2d 5-. all'taxes paid before tbe'last tai of
Ueason S cond.-The tar it unequal. Committee on.Finance. march } :
18., in each
Because tliesaid taxes have iio pro; I May bear, there sbaH be allowed a dis-

port;dti'on Ihe'property held btthe cifi- inform t .us gentlemen wherein I could May 13. Mr. Connor of New-York 'moved .. count oj ten,per cent ; and on -all' taxes,

: tens and are therefore; unequal. in their have Reason been third laid more-The equalry Justices, who haveimposed The bill reported by the Committee to consider the joint resolutionon S paid before the last day of June thero ,

opemtlon. thcs taxes 1ano on Naval Affairs "for the a ofadjournment.A shall be allowed a. .discount of five per-
IJ property. "
who have imposed .
od, ecausethejustices cent. -
be affected tlie said scale ot examination and of the S S
by survey
subject to prolonged and somewhat ani.
these taxes have ho property Site.6. ,Beit further ordained,. Tnat if
to be affected by'the scale of taxatica. uxxution.Tjiis harbor cf Charleston, S. C. and mated debate took plac.e"Cln the: shall be the duty of the collector to dFs-,

-, i confess isa weighty reason ; and,. the coast of Florida," was tak n subject adjournment. tl-ain for all taxes, with the additionof.tC'l1':
' t with of the inhab tarjtsot'Escambia :
Wi flccatse'we; can never believe iT.any for consideration in committee per cent '
, amounts almost to a criminal up Propositions were successivelymade immediately after th<; first;day '
'th4tiwa'tbeintent'on' of the United county of the whole. The object of for the 9th, September in'each'year, and in'n'eglecC
fixing June '
&;Lte or th '' / >gisatiye! Council, that .u charge., on I thereof he shall, with nis sureties be held ,
As they were however appointed by this bill is, the survey of 1st June 27th May instant 26th
5' Trrritorj'divested of all state rights accountable all cases,after the last day _.. S
. L compelled to pay greater taxes' thai the,. Governor and Legislative Council, Charleston harbor with a viewto instant.and 24th. instant. o-sai month.. Itshal ulso be the :
: *'hit are paid by many of the states, in without their application or" knowledge, the establishment of a Navy Finally, a vote was obtained in' "of the'collector*within Uie'three first daysif .. :/.

Befall enjoyment oran, their state pnvii and accepted the appointment without. Yard, for'small. vessels 'and of favor of the.27ih, of 101 to 75. every montu, to.(settle with ?iud paT, :
a test was necessary .
: knowing property
i therefore that the said '
sand believe the treasurer monies -
the ,coa.st.f Florida with view ) collected.: SS
a Thus amended the resolution
it is that the honorable gentle-
juitices have: acied unwivisedly. Hoped .Sic. 7*And_be it further prdaihed, "
(. ATfut \t's t4es.J &by; the Legisla- men and their meeting will suffer them to. to the location of a naval depot. f radjournmentwasordered to a S so'much o- the ordiniahce to'which Jhiaia'an f.ir', J.

lIfe Coiiucil it.its,'fijt; SSOl1't:1: d-rc- escape this time, under the salutary udmouition -.; somewhere that quarter. Mr.' third'reading, and was subsequently -: amendment, inconsistent. with the : : '

Jalru by tile Congress"of the Uuted they have already received.Atd .,how- Elliott submitted' an amendment read .a third time,' passed, and present,' lr behind- ,is'liercby 'repealed. SS S
States and which were not w' eXct ve'utholl pniy, gentlemen !legislators! : include the examination 'ut'the Fl H. oj.
10 for Nisbet
county much are citizens hereafter to possesi ir returned to the Senate concurrence S ,> 5
'"'iJlythatinasmucji imposed : .by purposes..the' fuiftlaW'tntal order to entitle them to your approbation.'1 harbor of St. ary's. This was in the amendment. President!! of the.Board* of Alderni v .,' '" ::.

principle?of the Constitution of That ought to be known, that the: poor agreed to. It was soon reportedto The following engrossed bills, Approved, June 4th, 1824, // <: *

tiJ s Cu ted'Staks,taxation anti represenon inhabit nts Escambia, may be able to ; the Senate, ,\he amendment viz : P.,ALBA.,1hlororthe, City ': SI
": held to be inseparable these restrain their ambition within the humblebouitdi Attest,'. .*: ,,j ". .' -
are I concurred in and the bill ;
was for of
An act providing a S
i grant
of and N. S. PAIUiUlTlERI
Legislative prcbuiuptioa .f. .
from ; .
fiAts do ri'$, emanate any iegal ;:
lU'ce. as tlic,people have had no shire not !fooUsfily expect that talents"or any 0tller'merlt. -:. passed. to be engrossed, and reada land for the'seat of government of 'Secretary:'of the)CoTporatlbn.f. ,f" t.J .t

dIrectly\ indirectly in the election 't>i' will pass muster, in these. en. third time. the -territory Florida and :for o-S BY IHE MAYOR .

thjt: who have laid them, or any control lightened days improvement' S S May 14. ther purposes: ..11 P1l0'l'LUA.T/ON. '
I over their management or security tor, A JUSTICE. The bill ''authorising 'the exa- An' act donations of. : :
1 granting U
theIr C To be continued.) l UJflE provisions the 5th '
pnper application. Ttterefonr, mination and survey of the harbor lands to certain actual' settlers 'intheterritory section oftheorcbnanceofthe2gthofDecem. ..
' J (,e/uej recommended'to tie .- ..,
; that.it bt S t
of s. C. and of the
Charleston, of Florida were reada ber 1822, ,
, \.I taen* of the .a1id county of Escambia, require of all persons subject r:
ott pay the ;taxed so .imposed, .until a Continuedr'om .our:Alt. coast ef Florida," was, read, the third' time, passed] and,.sent to tcithe"licen'se tax "to obtain from the .. S

? wfiaent time.bc'allo:1 to apply to the Journal of an expedition West Florida.to the Interiorof third time, passed and sent.to the the Senate. S clerk'of the'corporation of this ,city 'a: 'li-

PM'erauthority for redress. And, thatconut.itt'e other House for concurrence. -a---- J cense.which shall be given on'the: view k
The Indian in the centre of '
bc-appointed to frame an adV settlements' May 17. of the receipt of the treasurer.--. Tie motive -
the Territory of Florida, are denominated. ;mm..I11mV .
DCSi for whch.hiifatedthisproyision
the such heavy S : was'to
. e"llice. rcmeayingof. a generally, the. Fowl Towns. There are On motion of Mr. Lloyd, .of establish a control over the Collectionr6r -

". hilorder .ta judge' .of Uie'propriety of tii-e principal, vjllagesijjesides; other scat- .Mass the .Senate proceeded to PORT &F PEJVSdCOM. said tax, for the benefit of the C tribl11'
Uebovewe.) tering settlements, of two, three or four consider the tors at lar e, TrhereTore the : '
here submit the scale,.f as cpmmittee-pf. ., ; payment .
: referred to. huts in various directions. whole, the bill ""lo provide for the ENTERED. made int .th e ci!:treasury and the treasurer S
I the .
situate head *
.tha tt maesetwecn' 1. Cah'aliahatchee receipt for tE license not "
freeo white of ? U .
of the western branch of St. punishment certain crimes June 7th-.Sch. UenriettSfQuig- SS
, springs i exonerate' .
tiegea of Dna iif- ,, ttippersdns having paid .
' .twenty 'p.nd. > '
f't'-.rs'; s -' -' .m.s1: '. Marks River, about two'miles above the, committed in any Navy;Yard,fort, gles; New-Orleans., Groceries: %to i, tax they have not complied with,thepp-. 5-. S '

iJ OfhUSlaYes, -? /:' 50 Lake ofTallahasse. 'This is rather' new ,arsenal, magazine, 'dock-yard, J. Marcos ',T id. '',. *,' "dinance'until.*;the 'have. deposited .ihe < '

t- 'ft";tnds of Citi.zens. in fte, per' -. settlement, the land is rich of excellent&:the springof light-house, tract ttf. d.6 r oilier 8;h"Schi. :. Tom 'Sbitid8'Fo.r.-. traseirecjpi, into- the' Secretary. :icJP* '< S
abundant and i '
(' water qua : fice and taien Aregiibr license frbmjthi \
&cres .- 50 the exclusive New-Orleans Groceries and $ ?
place jurisdiction
o about hundred syth, ; "
ty. Tnere are one ,anti secretary "payiBg for tBe same as proving; '
100 '
non-rewdents. per., 1 eighh-r inhabitants, of whom*.se.tnty'au> of which belonged to the Umtd Merchandize to. :N.. ,.H. Allen, F.S dedbysajdoztlinance. v *,'. ,.r"1 ,

oere&store-kcepcrs- warriors. Nea Madila resides', here, ii States.;" Mr. ,King of Alabama, Pasquier, G. c. Tod, 'and.- F. :H.S 'The co.stableswill shoryy.,be instructed *-. .. ;'.

and b VttQ-k shop-keepers of / t fact he directed 1d assisted in making .was called, to the 'Chair.. Mr.; Nisbet:; .' tft_:repair at the domicile. of every per t '
oat the
' ljt cpc.ra : the settlement, ne is chief?of the 'Fo -* 5 vlOXh son subjecV io ,the license .
taxand de
I of Lanman the of } ,
.Covington ,
the city ,of Pen.colt,5 : : ; opposed passage' 7PC Packejt ',
611 Towns f.but'eacKviUig .has- a particular .j r mind the exhibition of regular licence -" '
0:1 \\ Ods.Dl1"ka.8.word eli 1 chief or Tustinugy, 'regelate theircivu \he.bill, and 'was.replied to...by Mr, Grant, 3Srew-prieans l Provisions j those'persol1: bo will not haw? 'whofl7 '.'

. Oa \\'hed, ..\ '.': ':.1 5 1, ""-..1' concerns. A.sou in law.of Nea AlathU' is Lloyd.. ''Mr. Eaton ..submitted' a to Com.:Beluche and fipur)and:potatoes -]|tatis ed to path sect o .abQT.e 'stalL :"... ,:,
On pleasure\ C31TZgCIIP d' .-; civil chief of CahalLthat hee. S r.e\v bill,'a's'an 'i amendment' that to 'G. W. B rlttey.' S /: ;.forfeit. 5sww pnEwpir; : Wr.:..- S
tlltuure '
TheCo'l 'C" 'bftia'hli2" t 4 2.' Old-Talb.hasselies" along the south ;inder consideration.' The: amendment -:'Sch.San' :Antpnio .fiaich,'NewOrleaiis -:. to and'Tor.,the use of the corporation"l. *: ::.
n. \elbmated the' sde of the'lake ;" here"may be 200 .cre.v: :j confenriably.t'.iI\ "&h iecifoa ,(thew '..,' .
i: POhttaat .and the' billiss G ceieS;and Medicines .
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p .' : .1, :L 8600 improved/the land seems,t rich, the Was .adopted, / ,: ,I di .
? 'Lves : peac'r*" .. DlDCC'JUO."r. t
100 L re" -, ,-,.. .15( trees.nuroerdus and large, th e.huts'- m zjici'. :am ended, was' reported to the ,to- tbe.maS'. <.' j. 5 .; I '..la.v... l.r'.s 0 Ii.., . .",r .. .".-."......' ;"' :

I' 640 tsar land, BOOiArpens'or: ; : .- ; scaitcred.v "TKere:are,190 fnhabitants Senate. After vsomjedebate.as; to: S ; IEAltEn -' : P.c_..!,. f"'J" ml c < : ." ;.'.. ",. ._ .. .
""" .. acres. ., -.* K--/ "320'f whichT are' :warrior.. Chefisuco H.j' Jnnd..i3iigcVieo'y Cpll80fl .. q' i 'j ftA BAi i:'' 5 .;:". .* '
<_tCies, ..,.'/110 S '. ,' '100 .lo. '' > :'. < propriety '.expediency: in passng : ; ; .. I" L l. ,. \ S
is thfoftbillge. T. .
t htelc t.rur : thr.:tAn.4mendQjen Phulad .lphia t.byJB1.Selyc r. .. } ."
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helm be the* star / : ejttIitthere o erea riit l by ered; 'Id'u 4 cherts by ton tkfoltft M
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i 1" May. the plume on thy, .day ; rJii1t,. +; orachthe of ofthb W blBthedthattffcit:each with.- .
; S I !! ofrieifight! .' law'_ uberetoforprovide4'' for"the b !jee41ej15&- inthiidtY, three.times aweek' only instead ,||n. pw4 !doimported4
S flash of the fray Count of fescambia, *,tax.on.the TollovJJB. .,.
I ; .J. And thy bpuick be the fifing;.of 'cUumsi ortor to the: ;lstday' o1 f .the rates hereinafter .:bf daily. as required bv 'the didinancc" S wV'5 bafr VloafjrP "

:. :. *: : I love; thee- yet ne'er,be itsaid, ,:. December, 1623 haenrepesledai14thetirne PiPRWv R* aforesaid..And h OObbze :; d- .
', i S That love did spirit restrain ; spieay1z:; .* tjy : .. t
I thy exnde4thefits day of J9pr S l be it. further ordain*.', that this ; .
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' hero and dead on sit frti white i5ale between. j ., ... elippppeyaa
A t I hau rather,behold thee a ;
tl umber, 1834.. All daimf not filed befonthit present ordinance shall take effect from "',
: if *
.; J.: .: S Than a coward in life to remain." .' time, shall be heldauid 'deemed:v'o4 ,;-ih A_ "*ages'oC* *-*.enty* > -**bne/and-* .|: .1f Then"forward and fear not! the battlecrybeS ers ::5 : ttru,1b r _
: October
-f,. and nbifcffftctHTfie ofece willbe ripen S.. 50 next arid that the'HayoiaJWl .
all Slaves '
n SI4S S --) contract c .
; J on Monday next : claimants' are re- by the month wi& the lowest
S :j With glory return., or return not to ,n e! questedtp )* punctual in;their attention On Land Citizens in fee, per bidder, and that the.amount,shall be paid '1tonAtMrican. castinn.., ,
if their claims the 100 acres, S.5- .S 50 put monies i I 1do. English'do. I
to the:frjdotijnation as. ofany in the treasury 0"therwJSe S
S fcould joy,o'er thy corps, tho' my tears commissioners! ''jrtetennined d ,to take On.Lands non-residents,per lOp appropriated. S -. 4 dosweJesjron,
G Shouldfasb the red wounds deaths had ; acres,, ,. -'i.v .. -I 1 S 5 bundles sheet2do.steel eta.
. tb ni'the order in.wlich .
they are
*4 'nf lip F H Njabet,: ..
: made I. On storekeepersshopkeeperv ? ,
tHe '
5 *n'aiediq Secretary.SAMUEL .
: ,For each crimson gash like a ruby'. appears U; QVgRTONOJOSEPHS. I andtaveri.keepersoutof ,the'! .5- .P &Board' fJ1Idei-nim.r .vS '.2a kegs pails,assorted,,. t.,

It ,WHITE, .> Comm'8WCRAVEN : limits 'Ofthe.city' Pensacola, JOn June 4th 1824 Approved, 5- 10< l2d,20d., ,. .' .'l
,, i: Xta the Front, if it be but displayed P..L UtltF,) Swords, Dirks& Swbrd-canes.. 1 P._ALPA )!p'or S ._ 1 00:doz. knives and forks 5 ,

r But oh my soul ne'er could bear, On Watches, .5 .' lOn J. -: :20 do.. Pefl.andpocket k1, S
55 i '. /, M. HUNTER, Secretary, :. SH INK $'.PANACEA.fffUIB er..
; The that thou fledM from the 4 wheel 5 '
: ; % thought : v pleas carriages, ,20 do. Padlocks., .
't." foe; J On_2 wheel'pleasure carriages, '2.- subscriber.having1 discovered..'the 6 do..e & ..

:. I" One scar on thy back would awaken de NOTICE.TIE80LUT10N ,I I'n And it is further ordered, that the said .JL composition of Swaim* celebrcscdPanaceu .. 10 do.brass candlestick .
S .
. ; spair,1.-. ', > 'S : of the Board of Aldermen taxes-have reference to ,property ownedon has ,how a supply.on hand for -10;do, pocketbook ,

? i ::. S And Jve to my heart its death.blow. this the first day of June*in each y ar. 'sale Heliureduced the price from g3 1 patent..uce- pu; S "S

S 5; .. I S Then forward and fear not 1" thy battle ; of city, amending .the Ordered,that William Davison, Sheriffof 50 to g2 50, or by the .dozen 24. 6.do, Carolina'hoes,
lOUr section of the ordinance of the 16th; 5
'?; cry be; the County of Escambia be and he'is S ;All chantable institutions In the United 1 box planes, .
October last hviiimade it the'
S I :. 1\'ith gLory return and in welcome to me'! the Constables to'visit and examine duty : hereby,-appointed collector for said! 'county States and the poor will. be 'suppliedgratis. .5 doz carpenter bammcl

,, J.--- every and that he collect the taxes under the SOdo.gimblctst.: *
lotwIthiirthemitsof this, for the
I :' "' A TOUCH OF THE SUBLIME. of 'cleanliness, they same regulations,as are required for collecting If the,citizens of the principal cities and I: S J6 lo..( raw,kniTes \ .

S, S'\ SS -- purpose were so ordered to proceed. 'The Mayor, the'rrrit r.aJ Tax. towns ,will appoint an agent, to order. d 3,boxes No. 10.cotton card '.

U}'1) climb% the frosty mountain, however, conceiving, 'the object one ol dstribute this medicine to the. poo:t it S 20 bags'.shot, -
And there. I'll WEATBEB NOTICE.TRUE will.be supplied; 20 kegs powder .5-
: \ com .THE ; great importance for the welfare of the .
S I'll wrcrch tht: rainbow from the akies community, accompanied ,the. constablein ( undersigned having been .duly This Medicine:Is celebrated for the

4., .... :' And lie burh ends. UEgelIer. the, performance of that 'duty, and ascertained 41 I appointed collector of the Territorial cure of the following (rseasesScrofula.' ll1Y 'Goods

0 .) that the proper measures 'had and County taxes for the County of Es or King's evil;ulcerated or putrid sore ,

S. I'll mount the clenn Cerulean, been attended to, except in two or three cambia, S throat.long standing rheumatic affections, 1 thinkfinebrogns.
1 To shaii tne temptinj; g.psies places onlyr in regard to which, orders HEREBY GIVE NOTICE. cutaneous diseases white swelling and 5 packages dry goods,

; S .S I'll pht) at bowls with dun and moon were issued in cornplianc with the a- I That he wiil attend at his office in this ci diseases of the bones and all cases generally 10 reams foOlscap;paper..

: ; : \ And h'.gnfy; with echpses." bove mentioned ordinance. 'i'hsis there- 'during the months of June and July of an ulcerous 'character, and'chronic 10 doa letter' do. '

': Ii Vf N. Y. .E v. Post. fore to give notice.to the Inhabitants ofPesacolatht next, for the purpose of receiving them ; diseases generally arising in debilita 4 boxes wool hats-

4' j.! ( _y'J. .-.h "f",. ----5LJ r-S : the Constables willrenew andin, August and September at the offices ted constitutions; but .more especially AISO-20 doz.' Lee's. N. London.KK,S

-S .:!. ) the; visit every two,weeks,and at the same of the several Justices of the Peace from syphilis, or: affection' arising there. 'N.H.ALLE;; .

t : .LZ41U.ilTh time to require every good-citizen, indi inthe County,for the same purpose.All .- from, ulcers .in the larynx, nodes,: &c. .*June.0/1324.- .* .
4 S virtually,'hot to; neglect to impart to the persons interested are requested and And that dreadful disease occasioned by a t.

;"t: ,: 1i w.i at. Lee author of Alexander authorities any and every injorma- advised, as good citi.zensa promptly to I long and excessive use of mercury '.c, .5 .AI4RA7J4TfE .,
: tion which may come to their knowledge render obedience to the laws, and, pay in It is aso: useful in diseases of the 'iver.CERTIFJCJTi'S. S PTJLIQtit1To ; '! '

..t $5 '' the r *at, was so extremely eccentric with respect to the object ot ,cleanlinessin their taxes, iielinquentswill! be dealt withas ., Merchants .

. : S that iL was once found ne- general:as one of the most importantsources the law directs. I have, within the last two years had and:Matters o/ta>

,: ; : crssary to restrain him by means of our expected prosperity, and S Wm Davison an opportunity of seeing several cases of 5 sels, in rlle6tV'larof.: The V
1 .j ; of a strait waistcoat. While in the most sure mode of preserving the verv.inveterate ulcers, which,having resisted ed Stale '. S.
; health and existence of their families and SheritftS Collector, Ell Co 1m'!. previously the regular. modes of a I1Eauthor the' fABhr>Txt
i S of
:: this predicament, a gentleman Sheriff's Office Pensacola, ,- il- _
; ; friends. healed
S treatment were by the use of'Mr or UnivtTttilSigTUlJ3iH!,begs
: unusually swarthy complexiion. P..ALBA, Mayor..1ayor's May 5th, 1824tf.TiU'1 Swaim's panacea., and- I do- belid'ie.-rrom to inform them, that since,the publuw
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S ;; : : happened to pay a visit to his cell, Office,Pensacola, ? what I have. seen,'that it will prove. ali of'the.above,.work, in, August, 1823,:tj

S upon uhich 'Na who instantly) April 3d: 1824. 3 : \\SClt1 \V1'' important remedy in scrofulul,.venenal &' this date, March ',15, 1824, sere nty z

I,l; :., : .q conceived a terrible aversion. to WILL promptly aid acctjrutoly. ext'- mercurial diseases.N. vessejs,.belonging or trading'to this

': the in* ruder, 'butst out in the following BY THE MAYOR any writing which may be committed CHAPMAN, M: D: (Charleston) bave.J&dopted'the.Tett a

piIOCRAMA to him; he will al'io draw rteetls, Pritfessnr of the Institute and Practice of and put the.same in practice.. ;By.tvorable
"Gelthee A ION.
S :: 'J J rhapsody : gone blUs of sale, &c. in the 111f:. t. ippropriute fhytfc'iu the Umverntif'dfPenntyhamo: appearance, and the ',opinion rf

;'I'/ S' thou lawny son of Palestine, or I, N compliance with the 3d'section of the :. forms, and on the most rcisonablorterms ; 1 have employed, the panacea of Hr.Swafoi maJt'sc en c'men, that the plan' b iso

-:: i will pulverize thy body, and strew ordinance of the ,16lh ,of November and sottcit the oulers o! !his friend l in numerous li i instances vrttiiiiiithe- simple and (extensive. will most .J3

.. S S thtr atoms into the immensity of 1822 which, is as follows; that_ from. and U.: H.VHKLL HUNT.T171I.L fast.three,yeara,'and 1 always found it become.the.Universal '.Signal of all_

;;: purr, so that Omniscience shall ,after the 1st day January liext,'en"ry Pll Tjj S lJ .s extremely efficacious, espec'uuiy in second tions, the.author is therefore ,inductdlj
shall aiy syphilt* and jnercnrial disease. I bav commence.publishing! a supplemtDlf
within be
S privy tile city of the.
::: .. S 4 Hot be able to find' thee out, .nor :'lepth{ of not less than three 'feet,,and be received the 20th* of July no hesitation in pronouncing medicine 'the look,a. Register of al' vessels than

/f Omnipotence to put thee togeth- I the proprietor of every Iqt, 'on which f' T next tofnrnisti the ensigrantFlordilndEans :- "nestimable va lue'. .,I dopi the Marine. Telegraph,.'whica. i.|

. 4 ,. S r."-Liverpool fer u'1l. here. shall be a privy of a smaller. depth, with provisions for o'.itr yt-ur' S W..G1BSON M. 'D.Profct be continued from tiweio-thne-as vesis

,T -.. .hall forfeit and pay a sum not exceed- cojnmcncingon the 2th; tLi"ofSeplt.nurensnmgo tor of Surgery in the 'Uiuvertityof. names are entered the Register;

j "K S5 ; an1he Mayoi IS hereby authorsed The supplies' ictutiftM art S .' vessel" so entering will-receive a n. ila
ADVERTISEMENT. fresh beef salt and flour the as
CURIOUS corn or ; ru- a designating signal displayed aipart'of
fiom after the aforesaid
and day JOHN 5H114N Chemitt.
II il" t 0 S. The following singular' notice to cause sue* privy; to be 'cleaned out, bon beef ty consist one quart of one of and corn a, or quarter an equivalent pounciof ..Philadelphia.S ., Feb.. .17.., 182.3-13. __ lam ou. __lyM. _. American tb.e,vessel it .will where?exnress best,.the seen,Ttansme :if Q
from Post-rider i i1 ih and deepened at the of such u. tor "
i. a Worcester expense sale at iVmitli and Pearsall's If.
"it in flour, and salt at the rate of four ,place ami state, she belongs,'to 2by
from ,the National proprietor, and award a warrant or exe- E: corner of Third and Market Streets. ;
.5 copied Egis. (quarts every huiulred ration The amount Foreign vesiel,.:itvwill &
1 cution against him for costs thereof Each publishrrof
.h; : S S 'George Washington Webb. (Post after notice! in a summary manner. No will be from 2,500 to oUOO rations States is requested newspaper topubfoh in the'tnisa.d"crtiscment fnited vessel's_,name 'place she belongs,atcfitft

I' ..: rider from Worcester to North privy .from, and after. he Ist day of day, rai-ying from the smallest to tlicrgcst once a month for one America she trades to. .By.this pla,
) year
: ;'1 ampton) solicits the serious and January next, shall be permitted to &tnounj,-.atltlies opt'of on> of the- subscriber ud'.wlld theaeznsforprmcu. 368cesse1scanbe.furnhdwtb' a,ej iuoisdt3ignaton
notice 7
upon a Uiirty hays 's i
be in **IM' B "BIB> M HHIMM" MBB IHM'M l BMinv" )
: S 'p CLndid attention of each of his customers overflow, or to an uncle.inly places delivery St. Marks, ,
b offensive .condition and the Tampa: Bay 1s1i Goods.JL are .in" ddition to\the 9380 specified
or .
: i w'oare indebted to hin tet.ant if there be one" or otherwise; the and such points as may hereafter be designated nals in the,book. and are' betuea

" ,.; : for note than, one quarter's news- pjovrietor, of such privy, .shall forfeit within the,Indian boundaries a STONE.F. K.XISB T., S the Atlantic SUtei of America, in pi5f"'
! ion of I constant' advance of two months' supplies Have Received per Brig VictOry I tion to,the supposed shipping interest
tt" ; pnpera to that POI'; scripture and pay-for every such offence, a sum .
.c I will b e exacted, St.the articles must from .* each State, viz : ibr the. Otfolinas. 552
\ tL which may be found recordS not exceeding g5 ; and if such tenantor be of will Philadelphia, :> .
good quality, or they' not be received. Virginia 136. JHaryland272
., Tiropiietor do not cleanse the same from New-Or leans : ; ;:Pennsylinia
: i in the 28th vcr. of tht1 chap. .-Persons oft ring to contract '272;S New-York. ,,8dj .Connecti
reasonable be
within time to
: ..t.: ol the gospel according to St. of by the a Major, after notice, given judged to will make the offer, in writing, sealed 40-Packages Dry Goods, 272 ;.RhOde blind .136- Massachust.

t S '1' (i Mattht w-**Pay me what thou orv.j that effect by an officer of police, tie: avid directed to me, stating tile rate at CONSISTING OF 680 TMaine'136; -ILunpshire 136
.jjI -
- S It 5 which they will furnish the entire rations { 'ana' Georgia 136;.Lou 1Ii l36v Vessels.
Ilst the be plaids stripes,
Mayor may cause same to doneat
!, ::5 DOMESTIC '
'i" eitherof the each. WIll
." S' the aforesaid, to be levied or component sheetings,. Ioningor trading. state
"J1 J. .. In discoursing Imm fist) word as aforesaid.expose as It is recommended to parts ; the result of the offers will be Checks& tickings, S distinguished by thpi e .!. ,

: ;f 1 ;' it is tiie inlfnf'oii of he )preacher proprietor and to tenant of made known, on application to me, at Superfil1e'and low priced cloths,* N. B. As s o .'a.s arrangements can.
.4k every every '
the Territorial seat of near made tberewiIl be ngt-i\tiin the
# ; S government Cussimeresahd prj:
Oiiisinn; of his sattinets
; to no matter any ho;se within :he limits ot'this corpo- -
S Tallahasse : or the individuals whose, offers Ladies white'and'biack cotton hose pal ports of the Um d.State..to give.i ,
ration avail themselves of this ,
: J+ -to have nothing tu do with nou s, to most
: are accepted will be notified of 'he .Gentlemen's white and marble half sets their designating. t, during
S .t '..: except bank-notes-and to treat proper season above 10 strictly for to the same through the medium of the Post-Of S hose- interval, application,,'must be made tot
here mentioned fear
the subject nt-tiher Ibgiral'y( nu:: provisions that the shouldattract lice :-The most unquestionable curity Cotton and worsted- suspenders, author, 3. st. ELTO1O, 'in :Charles*
by neglecting same we
:. ;; S ; xneUpliiiCrtUy, nor scripturally,p orencrease, and deserve events will be required for the faithful performance Extra Huper-printed cambrics & muslins who WJU by _retuniof post,- for ard ;*.

,t, norrelH; oubly, nor mornily, norpiiysically pS v.milar tothoso which befell us during of the contract; &to prevent delay,it for dresses new. & fashionable Signal'gratis*to.vessels in possession
S is expected that the proposals will be .5 articles, the.:Maiine Telegraph, provided letl,
tic! of 1822.
r -but peremptorily !- summer accompanied by a statement of the security 9-8 and 6-4 ambt1 ks,and Jaccpnets, come free of postage., > :,,
t A- !he has a mortal aversion ::0 The constables shall carry the said intended to be offered. Irish Linens assorted, Editors of newspapers in. the seap,

S long-vindrd. people, eer, since h'% provisions and into effect infraction; they thereof shall) report to ,the S \V m.. P. ,Duval. Linen Cambric hkfs. nuns threads, of.the.,United'States,'will.;confer 11. '

4- began tu. collect 'newspaper ucCountSf Miy:, .,)or, for every tbe remedy and the fine to be Supert of Inch Affairs- and Silk and Marseilles. vesting, favor upon ntialier.the atitho icie'to.ihe and perbsp

_________ he'will h'. as hritf as a L enforced. S Governor of the Territory of Florida.Pensacola Brown Holhnds, der an es ; _,..' .
._ 'June 1st 1824 13-r-7t. 'English & India Bandana &flag bkfs.S community,by giving the above a ii
lawyer's summons, a',"leaving: (jiven in the Mayor Office atPenll.cola The Cotton Flags and pocket hits.Nankin tion in their papers. .5,
u3" Charleston Southern Patriot
his it xl to explain iiWlf.cpine directly tllis; 28th Feb. 1824. ', *
S ,
; April
;, and the Orleans Gazette,are requested to ,Crape tlresses,figured, i' .:
i tO the IMPROVEMENT.I 5- P. ALBA, Mayor. .''Black Italian -. ;..
publish the above ) Crape's/
until 2
the th of July. S '
;f1 Leghorn hats, '. $lJERIFJI' Et
!! : c.aj.tcad Bjrtlmn'! Hearken -- -

).5 S unto .ne1and attend to the words 1/ William P. Duval Governor of AN .ORDINANCE and variety;; of other staple and fancy articles. -. o COUNTY. ..COURT.- '

.. .. Enoch Dfdg On S .
S :., S dr my motith Pay the Post-ii- Territory of Florida.. To prevent fieojile from bathing in Ceases gentlemen's and?'boy'g drab& .S, ". ..vl. }fi.AnM' ./ .

i S ;,: I .' ',der'quickly; when; thou art in the PIOCLAiIATION.S the day time infront of/he city. bkckbeaver&&'castor hats of the Bud n.. _.

f :f i : 'vai. wiiii .:him-test-at utiy tInge, latest fashion, : .BYvirtuecfths execution J hiJ

:J : ;; S the Post-rider deliver thy account i1fHEREAS, in, pursuance of an act BE it orilaw'ed by the,Board of,Alder- 2 cases fine cutlery, &c. table 1 knives. .o TuCsda

;i'i ''_ of the Legislative Council of the, of tb&cityof Pensacola that. andforks .. / 34day of 'August.next, at 12 o'cIc
tj attorney, and the attorney: Territory ofFIoricla, approved the 24th'.l from and after t seventh. clay of Junecurrent Pen-knives scissors, razorS S needles,': the Court Home in Pensacola,the.

J ;;' H S : A bring thee .r'lJ'e.th. judj j e, arid day of June, 18;i, Commissioners were no pernsha1L bathe in front ,of S &0. &-c. S i ing-described,valuable real estate,via.'

::i :; ,p. the judge oVliver. thee to the officer ap'pointcd to select the most. eligible and the city; during the day time, 'between 2, balesOsnaburgsSO'pieces SS S lot in.the. .city..of Pensacola, situaUl:

p':. > and thou,be cast into prison. convenient situation for the.seat of 'govrnment ,the Ho'int Vcrducant and the Bayou de'laAguodaahil : ;cotton.bagging, Palafbx street,No.: fronting P ., ..'

.c ;:' I.t S :-, Verity.!,say ,unto' thee, thou 'shah, '- of the Territory of Floiiila,. and anyone 'violating this ordi S AISO, '. ,Bayr.40 feet by 80 onPalafoxstre4._
S t !" : the.Commissioners: have reported tome lance it a: white, person .O free, ,shall 50 barrels, whiskey, .: orless.axid dire t1opojt .the '
i 5 S ''ii' by no means' come, out thence?. til 1i] that.they" have selected a sctte in the pay a' 'fine.of.two-dolUns;. or in .default 7 do loaf sugar, house; formerlythepropeiiy 'of,'J'j .

'S t.}! 5' .'thciu' Hast.paid the. '-utmost. farr County of:Gadsden, situated''bout mile thereof shall work at' the public! works of 5qr.casJtsLP.TeneriffewineJ'; t'. md.Edgley.-and wjuubiii cpnveyelt*

.' \' S : v .tiling" .t. 't. v'- southwest from tlie old:deserted_ -fields of .ills city'eiitays; or if a slave, nhalt.receive 1!,pipe ccigiiac.brahdyV1'. SS ,defendant,and bithertckirnwuuConiet : -
.i; :i : I S .... Old' Magazine. Tall.ihasse',about a half mile south f.th ten'lashes, urileui the owner should I' 1 do .Peach_brandy,. -,, together:?with -all the. t>- ,.,

i'/ : .: ', i S.t pke-lock-o-uyaud: 'J>lfauass trail, at a pa! a fine: ron 'dollar. 1 do, gin, : ; and improvements thereon. consbfrif. |,
,.t ", ,-** i 5 i. 4 #' point where tne old SpanisU.road is intersected .' : .. V.iwTT. .' .; NIsbet, S 4 qr casks dry Malaga wine,. WJ

I1 ,!!,pr : :* ". ,An# Irish' sailor. lately 4 fell from bya small trail running southward f V PrtlltJiiu.iio3!J J;ildermen. S 15 barrets' prime pork S ;'; &it '". :StorIW 2:

I ,: ::: S .w, .. ? the top of one, of bur ships. Every l)"." In the exercise of ltJ je ;di cretion in June 4th.1824-. .Approved,. : Young Hyson, and llyson -.kintea i i 11 'U$E$ '
; me vested by the said,jictf and forth in Gun powder do..in canisters, .:
11 I ; ... .person on the (quarter jleck sup- .r P.ALBAMayOr. .
: '
1 S S havi formation,ot the.good,people of this Territory Cofiee,sugar, flour, soap-s fet-oil, cop One,substantially'boilt"of trick like
.pose4.hrmust kited by I have thought to issue this ptas, allumj salt petre staich '
I > proper Mtre Hall-Gun Powder. ,, pepper, mer, two ttories high,-.itJi. cellar
; ? S ,:. : '.p l1. The poor fellow, howei my Proclamation,'requiring the members : pimento, indigo &c, &C; the vhole,fronting tbe bay 36 fe*<**f:

,:if' '. -S .,A '. Yet', got up apparently but! little of the iycgislative.Council of ttie Territory s Subscribers agents for, the pro 5. 50:.kegsfjaint, white. green & blue, ; on Palafoxstreet,. and nqwoccupf*[W
.J of: 'iorii* \o.assembly at the cite.'above t .will be constantly*supplied 2 'ca.sklF..8paD1sl1 brown
<.J ,f. )., -bur4T 'The, first lieutenant, who, ,. Finlay & Kuihtcn the.other a oae;
.5' described, .on the.day appointed by law powder which has been highly 2 tons tfwedes iron
S frame and J &* .
.I ; '" ; :. tts nVar him' J inquired wlitnt.e.! I lie; for. the next e ion ucreof.. ., approved by all'who have used' iti and'is 5 cwt. Mteelaisurted.j ley. Seized budding, the occupied mil aforesaid<** '"

;1. '' :. S ame: .from ? '. Please your ,hori- ;Civcn undcr uly hand and the conddently" ..recoinmended, to'purchastri I. r. .Condgnment: nt : be:ld to latisry this execution '

; : : 'puireplied.I P d SeU fil e'Iai tll.warranted equal, if5nat uperior .to .
t .1. 'iv, alt i It*.'Whit". Territory at i :50'burrelscorn : w..4Avzso1 5ewShcriPsOffice. .
:nibdihi shoulder *! time from : ,Pensacola,. .the 4th'day of any inad in the Umted States, and:farabove ,, meal, : ': .
; ., : 300 do. jcoroiQ the .
; S Tower' :
L London car.S
i :: ;t : -\: )Wc: ,.in-the' year oft our Proc For ale 'p 1 },'
s ** : -.. 4Mt.
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J S II 5 S '5 S ,Lor4,' one .thnusund :eight by ii.o :_ 13--tf-- _.
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;,4 15 S .'\' .,1. ,. '.," Tr".5.S W. S. hundred, atul. twenty-four ': S A.'STpNE &"p.'H, NISBET.t ; NQIICE. .' -: .' :. 'f, Nat'ee. .

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