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: December 4, 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
lccn - sn 83016253
System ID: UF00086631:00032
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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AM PROPRIETOR Song in honor of Gen. La'Fayd.ie.. From the.Albany ARcrocope. ciesan" hundred times the price some years ago found ,out the best

tIle United State, From the Richmond Enquirer It is amusing to reflect in what,. of a paper, and for the want of to 4
of with
\f of the, Law ("By a Lady of Richmond.) ,way get along them ; and
P'll/ti,1 Subs irhtion: Five dollars a year in ad- Who comes from, the gay blooming land a variety of ways our countrymenand one, remain unqualified for the that is to 'be. independent ._ "poor .
L." A vt'J'tiscments inserted at One of the vine ? ( women too) contrive to get discharge of bur public duties. independent as the:maitaaid '

1!<, r :' every txvelve each lines or under inserv for The proud bark wafts him per" the deep our;"money. The thing we ,alludeto The history of past ages is use- but nevertheless, INDEPL D NT. ,'. .- '

tile fiV.". inlerti i- subsequent tide, particularly at present; is the lees, but the history of'our ,timesis ,, .ft .' '
'11 Fi 1" Cents. While the. stars in our banner bright over for thing that is inclispensible.
Men who
&twelve and a half centsfishin / rage every undertake A PRINTER'S DREAM. '

Si e paper As it him floats shine in its glory and pride- made to be sold, by the name of ,to stir uithout it, will The Printer ofithe,Farmers Ad-- .

rltO-rO ALSPt 'Tis the hero of days wi can never forget our distinguished 'guest. Every grope in thick darkness ; will be Voc (e"S -"We do not pretend. '

(It the Seat of Government 'Tisthe champion of Freedom-the brave tradesman-whether it !he lawns. unable to judge with .accuracy-of -'olbcl y m-dreims.li t we'had.'I i

Tor : %0of Florida, Lafayette' or in lobsters,jncr.apes.brin.co. public affairs, and will, be responsible one- a ,-few nights 'since, of such a: j 1

Weekly News-Paper I Why p-mrs the loud cannon its thundering fish, in pictures or in pounr) ,'all, to theiu families, their coun* singular' character that we cannot
A ? all have taken the and and their God for their'
peal up song try refusal resist-an indication give it pub-
TO DE ENTITLED THE Why stream the gay flags on the gale ? cry you La Fayette this and, La Fa- to acquire knowledge. ) licity. We dreamed for
( printers
sounds the ? and why ,
Why glad tiump that. If into the The history of times is -
I'iln, 1.ntigelee glitters the steel yette you step our own are subject lo dreams}that. all our

iVsJlicitinffthe patronage of a As in swlftnessf approaches that sail? hosiers, you are presented with La a matter of peculiar concern to us, delinquent subscribers flocked in,

J rrL public in the laudable design ogen of 'Tis the joy freemen, exultingly, Fayette stockings; if you approachthe because it is the age of astonish- and paid up their old accounts.

cli5"u" i ff local and Sen.eral? intelligence a- To welcome their champion,-the brave hatter's, he will crown you ing changes, of changes too that consequently, we immediately procured

) he citizens of this young and ftouishiniTerritory Lafayette with a La Fayette hat-:-if you pass affect our,interests and our dearest new type, from New-York;

ri the 1 LIt L 'litors feel that} America's sons,in arim haste to greet Sir Crispin's, he Wilt cramp you hopes ; but the history of the enlarged our paper, and paid oft
..tfth1 icc and emhU'hssmentlIch) al- Him whom Virtue and Valor have Jed ; with his La Fayette boots-if' times :.
,of you present concern us more especially the paper maker, &c. In this we
Hem}the commencement every While her daughters pluck flowers to
;rayS' into dry good store, there, it because these times
t'cr 1' 3",. the termination of which is men strew at his feet. go a are were 'exceedingly delighted ; but
h't'l in the uncertainties of f uturl )'.- And with laurels encircle his head is all La Fayette ; and then to see our own. just as we were about to render

yet, eeling solicitous to be useful to the, Yet,.when these wreaths shall fade,' un- Watson's new fancy La''Faye e But who ia so selfish as ,to think acknowledgements.to,our patrons,
commMnity: nit)' avail themselves of the withered there yet Bar be r'sfhofi: .--Whew !-it oeg- of none but himself Who will an unlucky blundering little insect
se\lausni ious period, in the infancy Shall bloom bright for brave ,
.. a garland
cfanj-'wand p. growing country, to.solicittie Lafayette ars all description. not have an eye to the intelligenceof (which, AVC do think might "have _

; and support of the citizens Mankind are imitative beings, those about him ? Who .will found better lodging) gave us sucha

of! tluj patronage interior, to a News-Paper, the importa The veteran side who stood in the fight by, his (so are monkics, but that is neither not regard the innocence, peace, friendly' grip between the_ shoul-

and utility of which, if properly here there and the conse- happiness and elevated of that
ice Though the locks of his youth have nor ) state society ders, we awoke under the
cwnd Acted, no one will be disposed to grown'jioary, quence is, that, we must have our which comes from dissemination dreadful 'apprehension; that the

qtic4iOfl.Tin.-resources of this delightful section. Now darts the proud glance of a young La Fayette little things as well)! as.. of knowledge, and that Sheriff had favoured -us with a .:

tf the country, its contiguity to the Gulf hero's Tpride, : our La Fayette big things-our LaFayette 1 cheapest and' most general diffu- call. But 'twas all a: dreamallbutthebic" ,
While his bosom again burns with glo -
onf xicor.tnt\ a fine back country of good things, as well as our sion of knowledge, a circulationof

Georgia, as also Its central situation it, inipirethe And he rye points to the- fields he, can never La Fayette fine things" The little the, newspapers. Ah do we I., P .

plea'iing.cxpectation, that will forget fruit boys run round our streets reflect: sufficiently, how important GENUINE HEROISM.
become, as a well place as the centre of refinement importance Where he battled for freedom with brave 'with their La Fayette peaches, LaFayette an auxiliary of virtue it may be- .I When the plague rag d violently < -

and s cicnce in Florida. Lafayette! pears, &c. and the old women come ? Do we think how much I in Marseilles, every ijnk' of affection

TJ l c Ftomiu Ivn.LtrGixcEU is designfiltc The Angel Freedom thy dungeon has in the market will show you more efficient it may be than even was broken the father

be vchiclejjf_ local and general .n- burst, their fine La Fayette cabbages, the pulpit ? How much wider the turned from his child;
the child
form jon, and accessible to all persons, And indignantly shivered thy chain ; : their beautiful; La Fayette onions, circulation of its sentiments and ,
who nay be desirous of discussing topics And the land that aroused thy young va from the father : cowardice,- ingratitude -
()fa Hib'lic nature, or of communicating lor at first, and their delicious' La Fayette po transitory they are, how much no longer excited in-'

w.ieitiflc researches and literary essays.Itot In rapture now greets thee again.All I tatoes. The butcher kills his fat more lasting its impression ? dignation. Misery is at; its height

kit personal and invidious disputation, hail to the fields with thy best blood La Fayette 6x, and his fine La Fa Again, we say, who will not takea when it thus_ destroys ey'ery -
generous :
rvcr diversity attack on private cha- once wet ; yette wethers; ; and then we have little pains, or exert a little in-
thus dissolves
shlllJe is remembered beloved Lafayette feeling- every
ncii r suppressed.T drop -
our La Fayette roast beef, and LaFayette fluence to.qualify men for the exercise tie'of The
is paper is not to be devoted to any humanity. became. .
subserve the mut'lQn, (and, for ought we of. their rights ? Who will '
to of faction desert
man or purposes a Oh! would that the chieftain, the fore- a grass grew in the streets*
to laud one or depreciate another.The .- mosUln fame, know, our La Fayette pork,) in a- not in this way do something to a funeral met you at every step.--

feelings of every individual),frail the The firnf friend in adversity tried, bundance. ,I I I strengthen the barrier which free The physicians assembled in a body -

IIUIT jim! )blest hitc and to the secure.most exalted And ,thc should::,Press be, Could join iii the voice of a nation's acclaim I I dom, has thrown up in the western. at the Hotel De.Ville, to hold a

win e under our control, shall never be' i. who From the JVationalJoimial. world against. the ravages of .despotism consultation a the fearful disease
With the: veterans press to thy An interesting anecdote of..Gen.Macphcrson '
deg-adcdto die sacrilegious purpose of side. i for which no remedy had yet been
i:1\: ', din moral and religious sentiments, : But the foe none can conquer the: hero who died recently in But, above all, who iVThere. that discover' After a long delibe-

orciinvt'rted to an engine .Jfdmc dis- has met, Philadelphia* was related by Gen. can bear to send his offspring upon ration decided
coiij and internal dis ention. lu poi;!ticks And his! grave: now shall drink the warm La Fayette (to one of the friends of the world unfitted to take an active that the had unanimously,
vii I he Republican, while the asperities malady a peculiarand
tear of}'a'ettc. the deceased, when on his visit to part in it, and limited in the
far character which
ant recnmiiiationsofpaities, as as pos- mysterious ,
}iL. o, will be avoided. Oh Frcedon),who scoffs at the bright diadem thai city. [trhe story runs thus ;- power of being- useful to them- opening a corpse ,alone might de'velopean

'lie )reSs, type 'and paper, will.betfly At the ime the war of the revolution selves or others. The young of operation it was impossible -

ifl' ( : conveyed to Tallahassee, On the monarch's proud temples that broke out, Macpherson, either sex, who are ignorant of since .
(w leI e one of the firm now resides,) and glows, then in the to attempt, operator
eighteen wa
a youth their times cannot in
come competition
\11! publication? of the paper commenced, On her laurels will place the pure tear asa must infallibly become a
ts; 0011 HSU sulficicnt number ofsubs>cri- : gem, j British army, probably a lieutenant 'with others. Small victim in a few hours, beyonti the

kip arc obtuinedvhich<< it-is hoped and: And hallow the drop as it flows. ,. and was: with! his regiment at small indeed. in comparison, is power to save him, as the violence :
csjiecu-d will be in the month of Xov'r. Hut lon may it be ere the, hero's. reirret Pensacola. As soon as he heard their chance for exalted
: --- -' -- --- u '0'-- character, of would
the attack their
iiAiTinTa: : of the'tomb of Fa preclude
[ CONDITIONS. i tear' of the death of his brother, major or for success in enterprize. administering the remedies -
mie }"Lfl INTELUOENCZR will be I yette.. John Macpherson, who was Aid to
_. A succeeded
l jjilmshed on a large royal sheet at Five General and fell dead pause
Monlgomeiy, at From the.TV" Y. Commercial.lJ vertlser. '
Mar in advance. this,fatal declaration. Suddenly a:
per annum, payable From the .i/im/j Dli9ldt'ertile1'
the same nioment'with his :General EDITORIAL LIFE.A .
J'is necessary that this rule be invariably ERIE CANAL.TUKE I surgeon named Guy n, in the
complied with. and it is hoped, that all -"Anacreon in Heaven" at the siege of Quebeche pub mere man can do nothing towards prime of life, and,of gr at celebrity -
110 sljjn, \vITl consider its importance. licly expressed his determinationnever 'answering the expectationsof
New Yorkers are proud of their Erie Canal in his profession,:rose and said
Advertisements will inserted at one to take'the, field against his reading public. ,
firmly "Be it so : devote myself
a1 Ull&r for the first publication of every Uniting their lakes to the waves of the oceau countrymen, and offered the:resignation "Could he with ink the ocean fill, : .
twelve line or under, each subsequent Were the whole earth of for the safety'of my country. Before
; oi.his commission. parchment
lie w
i'ltertion Snot .
: fifty cents. The 1eam'ofits} waters is seen in the,vale, ,made, this numerous assembly, I
Any person subscribing and paying forf And tiw. barques on its bosom, how graceful allowed ,to'resign his commission Were every singlestick a quill 'promise, in.the ,u:1m'e.of humanity

\Editors c copies,shall receive the sixth gratis. their motion nor ,to leave his regiment, And every man a scribe by track;. and, religion,. that ,to-morrow, at
are requested insert this O CtiNTox'twas thine which was detained at Pensacola To cater for each whim of man,'
the break of I dissect
11 ospcctus in their respective and day, will a
papers These,waters to join, until shortly before the battle ofMonmouth. Would drain the ocean dry;
L assist us in obtaining Our i ifl corpseand write wn, as I -
More ttorlh to the laud than Peruvian Nor would the scroll contain the same proceed
eikds generally, will confer a favor by mine. Though stretched from sky to sky." ,'whut I observe." He left the
f,< warding the names of subscribers with. The regiment haying arrived } ,
i And ne'ershaU: the state that deserves to Other people are suffered to rise assembly instantly.tThey ad* ;
dela.djp ,'.
o it '
I[ :: Please direct for the this be free, at Philadelphia before its evacuation -! and fall.in their feelings with the mir :him, lament. his fate and
present I '
place,or to Tallahassee, lie cold and ungrateful tcTsages like thee. by the British, marched with different ,degrees of pressure inflicted doubt'whether he will persist: in.' I

f Gordon, Crane & Co. The plan,'ah how gloomy and fearful its them through New-Jersey,and was on the soul by this mortal -. his design. The intrepid and pious .
morn engaged in the battle of Monmouth coil." be: 'animated by 'all the '
J'ensacola, 13th October, 1821.Territory They are permitted :Guyon, i
I----- Thy'frieiKb e'en recoil'd at the grand undertaking ; on which occasion'young ,stupid whentheyfeel so, and when sublime energy religion 'can inspire

of Florida, ) ; I, Macpherson forced into the they wake up and lighten ,upon acted up to, his word. He : _
> County Court. And thy foes they were scoffing and -
County of Escambia JOctober : laughing scorn field by our, ungenerous: enemy ;. surrounding objects, ,ey are :esteemed had.never married.' he,, was rich' '

I Ten, 1824. These "big ditch" designs, and this,'"long but he would neither take his arms bright, and no. deduction,is and he immediately made; hls'will,

kr motion of Adam Gordon Esquire, river making!" > with him nor'give any orders to made' because they, nave.,also been dictated by, justice apct :piety ; ,he

},! Acting Attorney for the Territory of Hut CLiNTON, 'twas thme his company, 'and was thus"expo- dark.: ,.But.an editor, poor fellow,' confessed, and in,the middle_of; the :
ondaOiDF.uiiDTliataRule be en- To J Ibad on the design, sed, unarmed, during. the whole ; s A ;
ereda4jst is required 'to be always buoyant, night received the sacrament .
the defaulting Grand and The great western.seas with the ocean' to o
1' tit Jw-ors, to appear the next term of join. 1!I action, to) the balls of his friends.On always every thing:and any .thing. man had died, of,the, plague in his ;

tIlls Court, and shcw caus *, if any they And nc'er shall: the land that deserves to the Dl"Iiyaf: of the British' army Bach individual reader has a taste house, within, four and twenty ,

![aye: ,why! they should not 'be fined
the their said default ; the Grand Jwvrt in Be cold and ungrateful to sages like thee. been, made to .Sir;, ,Henry consequently the commissary himself in the' same room ;, he
sum of IVf'ej ) / Mcli
and the
Petit JUI'O" in the sum of Ten JJollars Soon the;wilds of the wc'st, where. the Clintoiij Macpherson' was ,sufferedto for the public palate, .must be took, with ,him an ,inkstand, paper,
**ch. And i: is further Ordered, Tlut a savages roam, < resign, but not to sell his com always ready with ah endless variety and a. little crucifix. Full 'of 'enthusiasm -'

topy of the above rule be published, Inwe And savage beasts howl in their dark habitation ,mission.. Disregarding the pecuniary dishes, .and each dish,must ', never had: he felt more .
Peinsactila Gazette, six weeks ;i 'sacrifice he: immediately resigned '
succcv- ,
lively. A true from the Record Shall ,vanish;, and there shall appear the : exactly ,suit the palate of every: &rmfor 'more collected; kneelingbefore' ;
Attest, Copy dear home r! I : and, joined the .American'army. reader, though -every taste; is as : the cprp'se, ,i he > wrote ,

John Miller Clk.W. .. Of civiliz'd life,and of rich cultivation; -.He'was" received cordially ,widely different "a'v'honey a d.Ie: > i"Moulderingtenementj of >fan :ira-<.'> -',

Their treasures shall glide i by General Washington, :appoint mon.juice. Tjie sarie'/papei'inu3t. ;mot. .tat:soul, not_ only can 'I 'gaze, .
\ by Hasell Hunt, D.'c. ,gthesmooth tide, : f ed a :major Jy brevet, and'selected: ;different.'aCts '''on, thee,without horror bUt 'even '

)-:)\'. 3Cth, 182438tf. And the.ocean and: with shall pride.greet them, i with, joy' by Gener, itL'a,'Fayette. fcsij, o-ne'- ofhti ?presentasmany?s' 'th : inconstantmpbn.'f3t: ,,i'tpj y:'and :gra ii de.;' -ThowViltopeniprae .; -

lIrLNED: And ne'er shall the state that deserves to aids-de-camp.. ,- '. musth'ave, :a ;ortof'aet'iio: ludi ro : : : \aglorijbus eterni-, '
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ton TttE OiTKE OF TilE be free; !i' ''f __ ..1 / ': }I : .appearance 'mixedupwiha1l; tMtiscLtriou ty., .InUscfrer1igto4mC; : the. se-' ,

: Florida Intelligencer, De cold to[and thee.unthankful- ,. great CLLSTOX i .':, NEWSPAPERS.::' , .\ / ,arid, harroonipusfbarba-: ; : ,:ere t cause ';oif,tfe;\etfible:J disease ( ,

.,27', 'l'f114lwlll./ISSEE : "rhel/iei e ill tb e. 1pfZ1bcziy.An : .: ll j. JoJu t!!1 [ g.l0 !, ;whicjr';4j trpys' ray 'native. lty/ '
.i Juurii When marble has crumbled. and brass has. avhiIiVhtm8callaughable thou, vfiit enabje me' point out. "
!llllal Prhzterjii'is decay'd, :], ; AneHc n,: and. iio, iake aswell: ,U Jt. t.cr- -, .
competent to conduct the In ages to come shall. flourish hit story, paper! 'Ishould ijp-ect l4znmo tandpity ,1 ,;8enrantalqya s: pathetical .sornelutarynedy' ; hoVi1t' : ,
QIomcc,ai foreman, :and who' can I Who, by faction, and clamour, ari4 threats: hiiIess4i: t, I i a" .him quizi aJ,and, hypocriticaltban render; m'y; ![iacrificeTusisful., Oh -- -

tOltl<: well- recommended for. steadiness J undismay'dr !! with a..ii ,":iIi rJilt h'deti, aJlcJ; t :th 1"i !11 t! !1 )) 'dod t".fconiiitiiedqiie;: )" thott;\ ,wilt/ 'L \00
apactr. None olber need ofFer.PPyt .- Stak'd.. his all for the state,and hit feme for ',kicks bless' hast .
\ this office, 'II' tut. ,of''a.. :cAtiandWhai 'a breakrait: :tn'theeaqr; : : ,f'get& ;more, the action-trjou' thyself 07\;

Gordon 'or.Crane at Tallahassee"&' : to ,Ve hergbory., QtJ. TON, 'twas t tblne"1 j I 7 1' .c uI. .i &o'. '( ,bt 'apthoseari1cle :cqpperV c: !inspired.Hiebegan: >".:herfinishedA1.W' \ ... .:. '
Go. '" ''' r.- : L JJJay' '
." 4 : Toisustain. the design,. (i tatld, : h i i'rt .a "tio.",w ldeO Torbe seiOS.;:wchaye:,tried; it dr ar.t.t U 1id>r : "
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NOTICE.. The, in-eat'western seas with the'ocean to f1&tiv: ttilm lt vo f. i ; f longhand! ibaVe'"o
:rJTJRlxci m>'' ab'Cnce from Pensacola, '.join. I.' k .. it}:. 11iCLWdC1l t.. JP1.1s,/:dLsappcflmeDt5.jand, texations seryatl&tia.'He-thea; .Iethe:; robny ,,:-,--
.}\ 11",HUNT ,il ana And tli4 land that is just, and:'deserves to- ;t ':of' r
b2ftey in fact1Aug : tIly agent s. ccs&anes, tHan %maIn[igiioraut and;-though wehave not: e- thLIp&ptr into, afwe.: ; yir- : ':, Iga
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be free k ; ;i' '
woria'iinsfttfcin numerflted',ojip in ten lqrJ hemj'and 4 r, a: soughtthe: -' ",. ,.
JOhN MiLLER. N 'er ball rifle a leafof this garland from 9f tl\ : ; :jhis vanVVgc : 'I' ; ";

7th2'.".-if. '.tli; e,. :LOGAN.. ,t1err- ;' ;9... -r'1{thc j4 ,, ,,thefr t "hahd' ,; can ,.nelth. r lay our;totfguef.. nor di-. ,Lazare\t : v'- re..he..... .i", ti- '. '..tY ;"! ::..-,,' '-.

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,? %:r oj.t' .q' lh..c.PaCha.of n. gdad. The Former Mia. flint_ the-Clergy r
thousand virtue I.Datbe, ,parent ,CIISBAW: ) S, a:; d of ,' him ,, ]!
'hours-a death ten ,nalipnal On Saturday power at the he \ .25,000 men on the grouru d cf
times more glorious than,the :warnor's -, national wealth. I I.orl Welcome rititor( *: adour: town has 'seizt'd.;nn i part of the .territories'of pOMng hm! to lelJy u'"'the!.
last, Oct. .te
4sT'c utt ural SOc ttit'-jMaY't morning l
: who to save hiscountry) I ,. heavyTO*/, the latter. ..posed to seconctheir: viei .
d rushes. on the enemy's .ranks ; I they take deep rot: in ,the. jcpnfijdencerbf'the was visiie Was, .d byLa'itended.xery by its near relation The latest: accounts from Spain, ,is said lobe in "the barf. ,no''ilt." :",,ll .

1 since he 'advances with hope at people, and spread ; which, ltot'from> ,an ,eighth to 18 state that atl'es'tsv re daily taking the Infant Don Carlos;' <<)t'saries C? >?

4 least ; sustaiucd.ar1mired, ahu' seconded iheiV [refreshing influence over the J .of aninch thick;; these. place of military officers and Bothers from! diflereliiniunirjvdies

by a whole army toil of their country. t' quarter locks; bring\ with, them the supposed to have been privy in the kingdom. hkvc Icipal' ::>'
b The Yeomanry of ew-England hoary of La here to .ttd
the I
the of io the revolutionary plans ; request '
of business;,, rattling gox-crnm :
-A string fearo, but unmanageable i hum of ladies the send to 'tlei i\
; J..11ES7'IC.. market, the Cruz. A number r:several'citics
p :attempted to be "worked, wagons,, a plentiful the Cortes Frett
the dainties 67 wives of e -deputies to garrisons adequate to .
cash che
The went thousand dollar with 'xDriuer.Maimatturct. jingling k. t
: ) \ been who
watercraft and of'exiled Spaniards, I people are a
prize in the last Literature Lottery, rind the ./frDeriving /*.- the mountains, the majestic l 18tate orf .
in hours subordination
Madrid in
i 24
exotic luxuries the ordered to quit all
with quarters
; was drawn by Seneca Howland, of from the earth the; materials -
of their At the '
of from the delivery pass ,
Washington: City, an old bachelor, for their own perfection, they marks,of health, ,the inhabitants is stated to be at the prison populace.. \.! ) :
Misery open doors
foot 'land thewir.g
and,1tissVard, his housekeeper. requite their benefactress by con- the north, both on on p tl\Jfrtd
l in the capital, them, possessed
of its height money theniache
the sweets our
A loom exhibited at the l iribuiing lo her embellishment.Comtmfrcc toenjoy:
L1 power becoming CVPl'r day more scarce, -the, keys, killed ; twenty, perT0n
fair Mass. is and the salubrious
L late Brighton ( ) spoken FisheriesA ,
; of the government and severely wounded
and the wants .
___ of invention of those who plough The Steam Boat Columbia, belonging a
., __Iiu as an unques- rich harvest to The ex-mimste> number 'i rftt
p tiotrablc utility, and is said to be 4he, dfrjt ; and may -they find a lo this place, which was more pressing. ; they afterwards Sprtait..
: Island Santa Cruz is condemned to be exiled themselves throughout.
: used in several manufactorics in good;; market among those who recenllyisunk n : -tirr
S .. i for life. where they committed all h
that state. plough the land.American ., has been raised, and we understand ,son$ (jf
The Georgia Advertiser states Steel.-Directed by the damage: sustained is In the ourse of the last fortnight excesses. Like seines ok.pla

: that the bank at Hamburg, South American strength, whether in the consic1eI1a le. She lias,been put in s seven shipwrights and two saw- at Cuenca and Salamanca ; In tbis
and is her lo i yersbf Plymouth yard have died. latter city, .the agents of .the
4 ; Carolina, has stopped payment nword or upon the plough-share, order, now on way po.
: In dia Il all olll, October 12.-On it does its work effectually. Cherawj I All these men had. received cuts lice were either obliged to fly, Ot
schooner Trioof or bruises while employed' on African conceal th.emselves. The
Thursday last, came on (for rial Yankee means and Yankee measures Fine 1ortThe I Madrid
the cace of the Slate of Indiana though sometimes full of notions Portsmouth' left this place a I leak wood, ''and though some police compelled ore than;soo6f "

I'; versus James Jludton, lor murdering are olten full of foice. few dayssince, aflcr'mackerel' & have attributed the deaths to atmospheric those who had followed: the (;0f.

Logan, one of several Indians, The sports of the Turf performed returlle4to; port in about twenty- influence, there are to Cadiz to ,1 leave the former C'ty'! *

i: ; 13upposed to have been murdeiedM I b-OXEN. four hours, with 60 barrels, whichwere not a few who assign thcmo the The Minister Cruz is still il\

by; Harper, Sawyer and son, and The great: French Farmer- who taken in nine hours, by seven reception of the poisonous juices pl' son. The frecmisons are.tbt)

< Bridges and son, on the 22d of len our Fathers a hand to thrash h hands !-Ports mouth Gazette.At of the above named timber. Dr. whom the government seems Dtost

M;; 2uatih last, at Fall creek. the BI'itis't1-who sowed the feeds the exhibition at .1 opbfield"l Bell who opened one of,4he bodies I to dread, and it is against thtl1\

; N The court, after consuming; the of Liberty in France, and who Mass. Tuesday week, SIX ; to ascertain the cause of these that the police directs all the in.
''ilie from the deaths, has died of the same dis- structions which il gives
: greater part of the day. continutd reap* a harvest gratitude'on the wire in pens \I'm ofi to itsa.
in session until a late hour in the cld of his youthful glory Col.] Je.sse. Putnam, in" Danvers: .t..1 4 Of...... gents.-

: night, when a jury being selected From tile National Gazette. which have yielded milk sufficient, I LIVERPOOL MARKET. GernzanyoThe King of \Yjr.temburghas .

and plared under the care of a bail- The Monument Fund.- -The. editor since the first day of May last, to J.iver/iool, Oct. 9.The sales issued an Ordinance,

! e iff, adjciurncd until Friday morning is authorized to state that the. make 985 ibs. or"ood butter, and of U. S. Cotton from the 2d to the which subjects for five years to ifo

at six o'clock, and proceeded following suns have been appro- upwards' of 1.100 Ibs. cheese. 5th, inst. consisted of 1745 bales censorship, the Journals and periodical ,

4. : I further in the trial. The exam- prialed to the purpose of the The :caMe ofNancy James, of Uplands, at 7 1-8 to 8 7-8 ; 442 publications, as well as

: inati'jii of witnesses and the arguments Washington Monument, by the Southwark: sentenced in the court Orleans, 8 to 9 3-4 ; 524 Tennes- I all works having only.20 printed

, of counsel (which \It re re- undtrnamed citizens of Philadelphia below tp be ducked as a common sees 7' 1.8 to 8d ; and 102 bales of i sheets, in conformity to the 'last

: :. striited) lasted till one P. \1. at towards constituting n: growing scold, has been laken up to the supreme Sea Islands. I decision of the Germanic diet.

which time the jury retired, aftera : fund under the managementotllublees court ; and the execution 41 The tolal sales from the 6th to Accounts from Nuremberg stale

M sir hut comprehensivecharge, : already appointed by of the sentence is to remain sus- -last evening, consisted of 3762 that the construction of the-rrus.

, VI from the Presiding Judge and after he Committee ofSupeiintendance: pendedl.imtil that! tribunal decide bales Uplands, at 7 1 8 to 9d ; 611) sian fortress of Cobltntz and! Ehrcnbreitstein -

:' .- being out about an hour returned for the eventual erection of'a/z': E- upon its constitutionality. Orleans, 7 to 10 ; 646 Tennessees, are so far advanced,

with a erdict that the delVud- queslrian Statue of George Washington P/iilndeljituti Frcemmis Journal. 7 to 7 1-8 ; 75 S. Islands. that all the fortifications are already .
_. .. __ -
_- _"""* '," -"" _'
UUI.tuM "
I : in his civil of Considerable more businesswas in defence.
: ant was guilty of murderas charged capacity -- ----- -'- it state ( Thenew,

: "" in the indictment. Chief Magistrate of the United FORE IGJ'P.Ioiiz done during the last two days forts constructed upon the left

- The court then proceeded in the States. Videlicet : the JVVw-l'orfc- Jtercanlilt--' -- .1cl.",. l'ti- than in the early part of the week, bank of. the Uhme are finished.
? An hut the demand has been so willingly rt't'ce-The from
case of the State versus the younger -! iinonymous subscribcrpd.S100Joseph ser tii'eini-er< 16. news this
I, t,; Bridge who was jndi( led as a P. Norris, Esq. 100 From l/llbucoo-The: Adriana met by holders' that no ad- interesting country is cheering'to' (

; principal aider and abelter with Hev. Dr. Blackwell, Ion at Boston, left Pe.rnambuco vance has been obtained, indeedin the friends of freedom, although! it

: Hudson in the murder of Logan, Efiward Burd, Esq. 100 on the 20\h of Sept. at which some instances sales have been rests chiefly on the veracity of

the Indian"' Chief, and continued Di> Philip S. Ph> sick, 100 lime, the plane \vas in quit possession made at lower prices than at any private Icttt>r... The defeatoithe '

-: ..- in session till a lute hour in the David Paul Brown, Esq. 100 of the Emperor's OI'C'S. lime during ibis year, but we hope Captain Pacha in his attempt daS&ruos !

. night, and adjourned till Satut day :Mr John Lisle, 100 Lord Cochrane landed about 2000 the market h has now seen its low- is by them amply conErm-

., "morning, at which i lime the bailiffs Mr. Jacob Mayland, 100 troops and 500 sailors and marines, est, as there was rather a better ed.
sent to summon men-tn set as Dr. \Villiam P. Dewees, 5Q under Gen. Lima, on the 7th of feeling towards the close of the business Interesting frcm Peru .

; jurors not bavitg! returned, Jamea :\I anonymous subscriber, paid 50 that month, a mile south of( the yesterday. The followingcomprizes Porto Cabrl/o, Oct. 18.-"Weyesterday ;:

Hudson was brouglu into courto Mr. Jacob llidgeway, 100 city. The Peinumbucans fought: the sales in other articles received: news frorajPe-;: '

t. hear his sentru'ie, at which his them fat five days, nhen they retreated since our I last. 20 bbls. U. ru. Bolivar and Cahterac hate

;t counsd offered reasons, for r.n arrest Siooo. in good order to ;he fortress S. Pot Ashes, 39s 6 ; 300 Montreal met and had a general action, i in

.. 1 of judgment, which' were argued Poisoningfrom Tobacco.-Mary of Oliucla, and General Lima Pots, 34s 6 a 33s, & 90 bis. Pearls, which the latter was killed, :ami

r : I : and \' rrulrd. The court' Turner" a child of six. years of age* entered llhc city without further 37s 6 a 36s ; 500 tierces Rice at 13s his army routed. Bolivar :bad ,

. then, in a't."Y solemn and impros- !living: ; at Stratford, on lasl Thursday opposition. 9 for old to 16s percwt. for new ; 15,000 mcn,-and lost 6000 in killed -

k -: sive manner, passed judgment upon I: swullowed' portion of, half' Our, Correspondent at Cape dercl'ds. 11 mVa.Ihd.Stavcsat17: 126, and wounded. He has possession

the defendant. smoked tobacco, which she lookout has forwarded us a list of and 20 m BhI, at = 14 5s a 14,1,6. of Lima and ( :zlkio.. He

. .f Hudson is to be executed neIwecn of her mother's pipe, and in the American vtssels which had I P. S. Evening, th.-There wasa drives all before him." "

;" C hours of the evening wus seized with violent touched at these Islands, tip to the very. fair demand for Cotton to- .
. :t the letrand two, unWednesday /V. Y. .Gar.
', : ". the first of December retching which continued till next 12th oi' October last. He also informs day, and the sales are estimaled at From the'Jfuiional GC=ft ..

j next. day, when she died.-This was that advices were received I fully 2000 bags ; there is no alter- We have examined a ,series of

f"t ,.., D ., John T. Bridge and his son John from the poisonous oil contained from Siena Leone, as lale as the alior in prices nor any thing, else London papers down to the 30iSSeptembei.
j in| the tobacco, which exudes in 20th of September, when it was new. :The ceremoniahol

: 4 Bridge still in ,confinement.and Stephen Sawyer Their ,trial are smoking.-Idem uncommonly healthy there, ihe ..lerztJ.-rork, .\ ov. 10.-By the'ar- the interment of one king, and,tfe
i l At the Brighton Fair, Messrs. deaths rt"\\'t'I'lhl rival of the -Ba'arc1
' 'I will be decided at the next term. being present than packet ship installation of another in Frantr
: ", ... Small IlOX.--'l" people of;. Trumbull and Boynton, of North for several seasons past. No attack Capt. Robinson, from Havre, the occupy the journals of both side

I,: .. Green fie Id were suddt'ny.ala'met} :! ampton Mass presented for examination had been meditated on Sierra Editors of the Commercial Advertiser of the channel. The Londoir
and premium a Power Leone, or Bathur.st Gambia I have received files Courier
j: on Tuesday, last week, by li.e by: regular which derides our buslfe
i: of a person who had appea'anCl" the Loom ; an instrument of thsir in- the natives, ,and the inhabitanls of Paris papers to the 2d of October. in the reception of La Kayette,. argues

i: small poxHe came in the slav Ij : venjfion, and which has already appeared to be much surprized ti that the, entry of the succes
!been admitted with great success; when they learnt through the American The censorship o the of
j: from Albany, the day preceeding,, press was. sor XVI11. into his capital
in several of our flourishing manufactories destruction ol I removed on the 30th September. should"be. "
I awl was immediately I'emoedoI papers as grand ,and!: im-
I a place of saft ty Several passengers It4' I- ; weaving broad clothsas those towns. The Ashantees are The Paris Consliiutioncl of the ,posing" as po
II" and oilier persons w'.ien: thestage fine and cheaper than any otherpl'Ct.S the only nation at war with the, )1st of October, contains the accoUnt 'minds,'* says the Editor of the ,

:':::: had stoppl''t're exposed I of loom. The utility of British on ,Western Coast, and of the arrival of General LaF&yette Courier, u areheld, in awe by 'the!
this invention was considered unquestionable. it appears to be the determination in this '
: to the contagion. A timely vaccinnwiio -, ]I puiward splendor of Xo'a1tyPan4
.-Bait. American.A of the King of that nation to destroy change Ministry is talked
I I had, it was hoped, Wen even for of n.'higher: : order
fine silk cloak of American all r :., ?... v_,.._ _t-
vented the spreading of the disease. the British forts on the ui in UK- .L' men papets.King these solemn fllausibilitic*:, as
manufacture, coloured and woven Gold Coast. Charles X. .
.-Botton Courier. entered Parison Burke calls them, have -fitir]
; JC'.tue in imitation of a Scotch Tartan, It is stated that the the 27th of September, on which charm."
to Manners.-The Col- ; brig Ironsides But it seems that republicans
S been
;$ Jector at Durien has given notice has Mr. Vandervoorl deposited at the store of which arrived at Tarpaulin occasion he was received with the are not to be aHowed ?*

!! that the $ 111 I Broadway. Cove from the Isle of utmost enthusiasm, although the
Light House on the North [The fabric May, was ny plausibilities which tend to fat,
1i end of Sapelo Island, and he Beacon ami we such are will is quite original chartered by the Portuguese government rain fell in torr nts. lify their political principles\'a$:
as doubtlessmeet ;
El. .. .... 011V ulf Island cannot be and to carry convicts fiom The Bordeaux pap r of the 29th attachmentj. The Couriej &:

1L ",, lighted for some time in consequence provided already i it can manufactured extensive sale. St.' Jago, to liissao where the Gq- Sept. mentions that a courier has marksin some of the AmeTPc ;

.. of the damage sustained at a fair price. The silk was made vernor of B. detained the brig, ail; brought-news from Spain of the an papers it is ,delicately stat ,

* .. ., by. the Jale hurricane. and dyed and would not permit her to take a arrival at Majorca of a Russian tjial La Fayeuepays nothing Tor;

4814vi\ t'. -, On Wolf Is'and the lower Beacon Ghsteiibury in woven Connecticut by a family in freight! or to leave the port ; if she squadron iuf 25,000 men, Irom his board. \Ve have not yetsecff
and .
and the Kc'c'wr'\'houst'( containing certainly does attempted to leave he threatened which an officer was despatched to] that,the J' ticn'a Guest has b'r'' '
great credit tq. their to fire into "..
: her. As Madrid. -
: all his litil property, wereentirely ingenuity. The cloak understand it was thenvery furnished with pocket-money'
: .. 'J. swept :a.WCiY.o1lH' Keeper is to be sent.to .Washington- sickly and Capt. Hodges, The Dey Algiers has announc- This sneer will be repealed ian over -'
; <: with his wife and twochildren as present to Mr..Monroe. (l brother the American Consul ed that he will make war upon Europe if our Congress, or tic ,

.:1 I <;; saved themselves by gelling in the .N: Ir. Daily Advertiser.We at St' ; Jago,) having died,the'mate Sardinia within one month from State_, Legislatures, should irt

: '; lantern ol the brick beacon, where and pat of the crew sick, it was : the 8th September,. unless that provide La Fayette with pock

.- they remained thirty-six hours were yesterday.... shown a supposed to, have been the inten- country pay to him,the,full amount tnone'foi.ljfe. .
J ;i' without 'food, and 1 though their ,Calf, owned by Capt. Eliph tel tion) of the Governor to detain her, of the tribute which he .had ,im. I i .,
, From the JJatttmorc fedcra1.GdZ'zain..Of
: ;i 'house was ony; 10 feet from thr Sampson, of Cornwall, Vermont, until they all died, and then takepossession posed. He has ,
I f beacon :raised enirely from the milk of of her. m dthe, same / the :affairs of !?p'!J?
: : '
they w re not ,aware of Its, declaration to Holland '
'L L 4 .destruction until ;one cow, which, when six ,months The, withai : in, we'"have. a .Iamenta1iIe.acCOI}. .f.1.*
morning. The. Bordeaux'papers* the junction to
rold nlt'asul'ed'five by separate herself froman letter from 'Madrid l and-iM
f ; feet a ,
one Emma
their tlCJ1gh.tb which .
) door"of place of refuge reached alliance with
was last .
: and us Spain,within three in rH
weighed f r royal d'ec1'Vl1i hwe :
z fi
'sto\"c in, the sea from seven hundred evening, months.- ,
breaking ten were, only1 to the 5th of He has declared
and "
i twelve pounds-A?:. S. war our tprcsent number Tcree ]: :
:j to-iwelve feet which I. October, and contain without
destroyed the no'news. Th restriction against, in. '
Spj .
.: .. whole of the oil.I 1 \Extract vf a,letter dated Salisbury, Emma reports that she-J left the :river The, Dutch-Admiral gives: to a 'la rge kind port1 t., ', '
I commanding Ferdinand's pr
: I 0 The following toasts were drank I .Ir.C.Ocf"91h., 1824. ion the. 15th of. last mon ht' in the Baltic: has notified the troops. .a : ,

:: at.acekhratiuzi, of Worcester' : ""On, the 1st day' of September: .:;The; Madrid dates' are to the Spanish.government, that. J fie can- I cens they may' ',to act,be as now they" 'consider p ea ?tl&}:!*'' ,:

r. t; County' Agricultural Society held I Ii :John S1 Lpng, living ..Smiles'from ; 28th Sept m'irr.'. The French not_ extend his protection,to.Span J nissari s 'of thF* Spanish!;"f ,

i r : Worcester. (Mass.) on f the 13ih this town, called certain ,troops .tftat :pac had, taken. e ,ish subjects .in' ease, of an attack subject, 'io: no. law' ',and iin4 t .
: '
; October, : man, by the name of George Fultz of fidelity f from: the. Algerines )
.oatp fto the new' !King A 'squadron guide but that of' their O!(P ;
; jgrtflllu rei Commerce, &Man- into his house in 'the, most friendly Charles loth. ,:JVjdinand had .or of.t we]ve vessels, well :armed and sions.-It Avill hie ,seen \ J '
; : }
4 flrQt'turt'-uUntle'. msiine>, and, then shot him dered, ; equipped ,, ;
:' I Sam I" three ; dead asolemn/Te Deunv: :. to be were_ .at Algiers" .'eatly'fQr is not the'o nlyinstAsCe ;'
buxom, Daugters..a4May: neither' upon the spot. This is thought. performed tKroqgjhoui; : Spain, on sea on ,the, 8th, September.. the, ,rule Ferdinana fe :
: ., : 'hold! ,her, head too high to contriJiute to be one<<* of the most* cool, qiaJit "- ::2-1st'bf.jct f to'commemorate_ the '8ftan'. -crur last ,advice., from that :of 'rfhe .Grarid Sejrp6or.i; :::
:). t' her.,etjual share in the su.; rate murders, that,was ,ever, ''com I anniversary of his deliverancefrum Madrid .are.tp the 2pth of
= September. -: favorite, mrnlsters' of O !>t
)J of his .large 'and mitted in Jllis'countr 'The re Constitutionalists} A letter il.
fam '
port growing son ; of .that .date says ?' found" irf. t
ily. : ;;>_ : why I _send statement ofthi dia.; .!rom London'o rra.__The Mr. ,Zea- took 'possession'.df his, at1if' not'.immediate f' 'tt;
bolical.transaction' !
I' : der7i : J tidu, r: ,'.-+:Wh.ethcl' 'publication is Ihis: I to: you for ;Egvptian'fleet!' !a r bjffitheg8le[ -:of :port-folio-. : the 15th, without;i ed .'fey 'the, .C*'' bpwc; strjngj, "J $};,

"t'"emblrm b> the Ccnfcc.*,...the that : verily believe' Rhodet'orfithe;fvenihi it oriKii'.ioiK taking the customary oath .of Doomed ,to puriah h
some of ... ,
H 4 s/iff'i't o printers here August. .. ., l, \, _. .- although, 'Se '
T or the P/ow gllt may it. alike have been { < : '. "t;, equeste 9t vth$: erproce8s r-aHn, rIPK
bribed: : : i
: :.. 'be, 'h9norcdas' the handmaid of: it.JJ-Patrlot ,. :: ;', not,J.. ""o'. publish;, -,: Iltd;is : zaidCommenced. ::di t ,a''Ih iw' lbll considered icing :to permit hinj i tp.do'BO i, It isqftcev :. der' ground,Avhhtjiutor | .t r; >>tj

.. '' I' ... '6 'w e i:' tra :'':,,'fd .6 that':,his" Ministry WiU I 'air to sustain! the.: "& .:
; tioD it is7' i
.. further. jnst'enou to redder life
o S '>)y';
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H 'r'rlw /:,! '
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--- : -. grants flocked in from e very part of"Louis XIVSunder jy' rwM M, Tio.-. 10 bales &,3 kegs'mcr-

.fi Ai&a COM. UiCTIO'1f.. ., ; : :of.Amcrlcat'bui 'a mong,them'therewere says the testament"j not ';'hold'at chamHze to J. ''Qain.- bokes
*-* *
For'the Pensacola Gazcttei ,7'.., i ;feW. :wKp." -circulated, to Sb. the,'afJt.lm ..another crown. i8Jth, glass, 2: boxes shot, 6 boxes :aJces -

: ;I". JIGEMIIEI 4. 1824.S. Mx: HOST-Yon will oblige us by sta.tir.g. :,part themselvesj'.by' industry! ,' !i anl I that of Sfialnl"Before ., I '12: ,bags coffee, 4 hhds.'sugar,
s-rr. ,. 3n sketches. of 'cst Flori-- ., that 'in consequence of Mr.. 1?. H. i appeared to 'expc' ct to'make a sudden setting out from'Pari9th8new 5 bbis flour 2c 20 b'>II.. "whiskey

I'f'I. t.*' pUOlallvjchiVrcailChattabatcbie.( In our last,for Chat-I I Nisbet having declined to offerfor! Mayor; fortune, orobtain a: 'lucrative Kirg:: of .Spain,, ( I Uip' V.) N II.. Allen.-' pipe brandy|, 1 ",

thvi'*I I friends Mr. 1',. det Alba M'mined has al.to he serve request in the,of office hU office, many wer\; of: course, dis- rt7.ounctd'l1l. much for himself.at pipe gin, 2 bbls. brandy, 6 ,bags :

--- CLINTON' has7rcted ifelected at the ensuing election, and be, appointed. Sea\s fcely had the;t winhabitants [for,hit hciraforevcrt all/irctention' coffee, '2 bbls. loaf sugar, I bbl. '

(f .fork.DE WITT WM. 1'AL- supported by a large majority of the .h &ted'tii'eJ.r -C4sh, I to 'the crown of France.. : rum 2 hhds. sugar, 10 coils bale

Governor, antI Ycrkf I clii ZENS. when' the yilI r wIfver iri 1822.cut.. # ,Louis'XIV., ,had "twochildren; by rope, :10 boxes cider, 10_ peices _,
bet J, Lieutenant. Governor of N. '-- .them dffand: prostrated the city in Made De La'\Vallier6i 1indtx' by bagging and 1 24: demijohns to G.

sill ge J11'Jonlles.' SKETCHES pp.1 ST FLORIDA.No. the dust._ In 182j J Pensacola nt- Made. De onte.spa'nU 'were C.: '1'od.IO bas salt, casks.
living a dispute VII.TOWNS.. ed 4000 .Inhabitants._ In *f1823, legitimated, t-'one-ip'f:them ,(Made- 'wine,, 10 bbls. whiskey, 10 bbls. "

J &nt-Two mcnSToneofthein saiilto the other, "I : scarcely 1400 could) be found. mbiselle.De Blois I )'married 'Philip flour, ,26 boxes & 5- .bales> merchandize -
I will ? Pensacola.tIieonIy ancient town Commerce nas gone,}industry |did II. :Duke,bf\Orle"aids-! : .:only nephew ,- lo I reams paper, 2- bags' .
but I meet .
fight in West Floridawas settled,about
il otablc to I e'xjsf TheTHttle'money that'i& the rit"ale -side of Louis
dare meet lot ?: on, ,. corks, 1 erase ware, I trunk, 5
1Ott Litli a musket deemed any day you to, be a cwl-! one hundred apd twenty: eight' .brought: here to pay a |few the'XIV. who ruled'Fnance. as Regent kegs salmon, 1 lot castings .& 1

This being indicted at the late term of years ago by the" French, 'who_ -kept companies;: of t pops, was lltbat': duringthe minority. of, Louis lot tin ware I Ito' F. Pasqui, 20
Ir was i i possession about sixty seven years.. ,
}k court, found guilty andnel" could" be calcula I ed on. The city XV. bbls. whiskey, 20' bblfl'oui: 25 '
n."county : This nation was fortunate in .conciliating continued ; this 1725 -Louis XV. married ,
and hard laifl linger through a bags Isalt, 2 hhds. sugar, 5 kegs :
*":encecl Penitentiary tq l11priaoonment, for three years thinatives, no great, f"'x- year. At length ,every msn 'be- daughter of the. 'King of Poland, by tobacco, and 1 keg bar l lead( to

ho hi the shortest time prescribed 'I erl ions were necessary in fortifying came;' cprivinced that. sometljtngmust whom he had eight, children, a- Stone &, Niabet.-2 bbls. sugar,

I ijli vintrthe the Mtate, forsenduiff a dialfiffljtaduel. the place; they traded with the '(be done. (i The enterpriing piong.fhfcm (he-Dauphin who died 2* bags salt it I box candles to'

:Iv he. law of Indians for their furs and peltries, adopted. some employment. Gamblers iri 1765being 36'years old. : Jerrison & Cooke.-l )ilid sugar,' ,

1"Ie: 1tice.-0 c n the fourteenth of Septem- and neglected the improvement of andyindJ rs sought abroad: 1741,-,The ISfnpe'for1 Charles: ,,5 bbls. molasses, 13 ,bbls. flour, ;

verdict for one hundred and the, soil. t I for cashjwhich they could ho longer VI.,died, I leaving but ope' daughter bags & 5 bbls.: coffee, 10 bbls. '
be last, a In the year. 1763 the Vloridaswrre find and the ..Hasat the of .
St l'l1lmaJ'es' 1 m ant here, city } Queen Hungaria.Philip -. .whiskey Sc 8 bales hayto JosephFbrsythe. :
:; nty-siJ'pounds ct"de0 Great Britain, and hr of "'raised ,
t ofaJn'r in a scuffle, length become 'pre 'thoroughly Spain some preten- :
$ ion f< r by a Jury in Chester, Inglanl.jrzinkeI1fles from thai time the City of Pensa. purged of her dangerous Sc worthless I lions to those dominions. Louis CLEARED." '

t' sJt''cn amll'rojflllily persons cola was much: improved. J twas population!: she:is'now looking :. XV. opposed him, in favor of the Dec. 3d.-Schr. Two Friends, ,

brouglit before the Mayor of Phil aJ laid GUI at right angles in squaresof up to higher destinies. Possessing house of Bavaria-a dreadful war Montanze, New-Orleans. .

s..1\1 on the 2:2l1: day. ofOctober, and 400 I b}' 5Q.fe t nearly;< the the best h rlior on the I ensued... 'RRIVED.

41 cd I for trzrIZLfl783 tl7ul tittering forty. streets 60 feet: wide, having a large: I gulph of 1 exi o, -herl commerce. :l746.Philip died and Ferdi Dec. 3d. Schr. San Ar.tonio,

iii l Irofitnt oaths The fine Wg i.rj!, 8 common fronting on the bay, of i will gradually (ncre se. The landsof nand his son withdrew from the Roich, NeWj-Orle'ans.

JL.1 cents or!orty-cight hovn imprisonment, 1600 feet long from east to, west, the interior are, on examination contest. Sch. Bachelor, Maura, New

Jl 0itk besides tenty-foilr hours ita/tH- by 900 feet in width. This had found to be better and more '1748-Peace of Aix la Chapelle, Orleans, ooimd *o' St. Makrs, put .,

Imcntfor being drunk. The culprit formerly I bevii cultivated by the extensive than_ was at first' expect. by which the Pragmatique s nc- in in disticss. ;
and commit- French as a' common field, while ed. Our markets increasing tion confirmed. '
i ; the imprisonment, was are rapidly) was Schr. Philipa, Gras, New-Or- '
JJd to prison for two thousand one 'bun.Icdand their dwellings were erected round double as much 'produce 1761. --The'family compact bet".eer1' .
eighty-four hours. It would the. borders. All the principal has arrived from the country thisse all the reigning branches of leans.MARSHAL'S ,

tike long life of imprisonment" to atone buildings the place wire built s"n as has ever been brought to ,the 'Bourbons. was signed.Of 'SALE.Maria .

firthe profanity of some persons at that by the English : among these the PehsaroUi at so early a period. : the Dauphin, the son of Lou- Malta,Ex'tx. of the lasH
two barracks were the largest and : Several handsome brick stores is XV. and his wife, the Princess will' and testament ofJayraeBarcelo '

r;tc. the most elegant, if"W except I have been lately erected, a lighthouse j of Saxe, remained, 1st The Duke ",*deceased.V*. '. -

\ Scolds look on/.-A woman has lately Cussa Blanc;. at the mouth of i will shortly be rompleted at ; of Bern, Louis XVI. born 23d Francisco G. Arroyo and Francisco ;

lien tried at iMiHadelpbia, and convicted Havou Chco about a mileycst of I Barrancas, and when the naval depot I August, 1754. 2d, the Count of deJontesExecutoisof

tjf leing(i common scold-she was sentenCe the! town. These three buildings shall .ha\e .been established, Provence, Louis XVIII. the late Francisco Caso Y Luengo
qJ to be Dvc KED. have been all burnt down. '1 he new encouragement' will be givento King. 3d, the Count D'Artois, deceased;and Francisco Ca-
so Y Luengo, sole heir. -
ancient houses were built of wood, Several Charles X. the and _,
industry improvement.: King
1 = present ; 1)Y virtue of an execution in this i
..f llifJt in the Land of Steady Habil generally raised one or- two feet mechanic trades are much two daughters. IJI__ shall proceed to sell at PUBLIC case;

I I A most disgraceful scene has from the ground on brick'founda- needed here ; there is not in the 1774-Louis XV. died with the AUCTION, on the first Tuesday in

presented in Providence tin, without cellars on account place a Tinner, Hatter or Tannei, 'mall-Pox. Louis X.VI. his Grandson March next, in/ront of the Court House

Rhode ijccn Island, as appears by the of the wetness of the ground. all ofthem are much wanted., Out succeeded; he married Marie in M.this and city 2 P., 11.between the hours of 10 A.

October The English houses are generally Farmers arc more wanted than cither Antoinette of Austria. In 177&
:providence Beacon of the 23d The Lot &
two stories, with extensive ; dairies would he very profi- sh'e had Marie Thetesa, the present .:..: .... ..., t Buildings.
whieh says, piazzas. 'The Spanish houses able in the 'neighborhood, milk Dzmphine, and 1781 a son, .:.:i.::.; J. N u. 283,
{ We! arc sorry, to say that Ibis on the contrary are only one sells readily at six and a fourth who died in the temple while a i on Intenilencia street in the Ci- -

community, which has always beendiStLlgUbI1el story, vvUh broad eaves (or cents the half pint, nearly all the child. Louis XVIII.- married Marie ty of Pensacola, containing 80 feet front
fur the purity of its sheds: ) to throw the water on about butler and cheese and many of the Joseph of Sd.voy-'they: had no on said street, by 170 feet deep.Be'oj. .

{morals, and for its domestic felicity -) tie cent re of the foot path. vegetables used, are brought from children. Wyman, D. M.

|It repose, has for the' two last I The gardens of Pc )sar.ofa. were the eastern states Charles X. also married Pied- for 'V m. Sebree, M. w. F.' ,

Iweeks been disturbed and disharmonix.d -,: mac! celebrated, the remains of The revenue of the city duriug montcse, by whom he had the late NOv 30th 1824- :-39-lam4m. i

{ !by riot and rebcl ion- : them in the swamp, .are at this day the I lust year amounted to about Duke of Angouleme. pre ent, Dauphin By Peter Mba, Mayor of the City
lOn Sunday en'ninglast the centre discoverable! covered with shrubs II fourteen hundred dollars. It was -and the Duke-of Bern who of Pensacola

of r the town presented a scene of and briars. The swamp, indeed, raised from licenses, a tax on has let the Duke of Bordeaux. A PROCLAMATION. '

tumult and! disorder, and a most affords the best land for cultivation houses and lots arid a poll tax After this the Duke of Bordeaux :- [STIHE sixth section of the Ordinance of

furious: riot took place between our : it is extremely rich and easily i'I i- principally. The public" property. the branch of Spain cannot (la, the 19th February, 1823, entitled

black population and a body of drained by ditches ; while the of thc city, when obtained from he called, because it would be a additional of Police ordinance in this for Cit'i the better regulation -

iivhites, which eventuated" in the gardens on the higher grounds, the United Statcs, will be amply violation of their title to the rth"at it shall be incumbent on' all prescribes tenantsof

(loss of blood and reputation. I'l'quil'eVatel'iug during a great sufficient for her improvement, crown of Spain, and also of their houses to keep the chimneys thereof !
Early on Monday morning'an psrt of the summer. Water, however without burthoning thu citizens solemn renunciation of the crown clean of soot, and securt. from fire and if

'infamous placard was posted on is easily obtained in each with taxes, provided they are unproved -: of France by, Philip V. The any chimney shall take tire and blaze out,
such tenant shall forfeit
''theUag1 stafF at the bridge, calling garden, by merely sinking a barrel with economy. Branch of Orleans is therefore then g5." ALSO, "that and pay the proprietor not exceeding -- ,

''on all who uere disposed to riot in the ,gfound. Among the public improvements xt heir, since they descend from of each occupied house shall provide

!and to rebel 10 meet at that place, In the year 1781 Pensacola was I i immediately needed, a sys- the t brother'of Louis the XIV. the same with a ladder at least 12 feet

:1 at 10o'clock the succeeding night; conquered by the Spaniards, after tern of instruction is vitally imlortant. Philip de France the second son long, and a well of water at least 8 feet
i and :before the arrival of that deep, and failing herein shall forfeit and
long of
the English had been iu i Our streets are thronged Louis XIII..
possession pay S3 for each quarter year of such de-
1 hour, a mob comprising four or children but a
eighteen years. From this with healthy they linquency."

are hundred persons had assembled time it appears to have decline} are idle and ,ignorant, and if long 1 the Mn.llvNT-'Ve following list of request names,you which to publish we intend Twice already at the beginning of each
and at the word of command 1 altered. neglected will become vicious.- xvinter season, the above-provisions have i
.- .. The plan of the city was to support for the government of
wok) up its line of march lor a Tbe grounds reserved for gardens seminary on the Lancastrian Pensacola for the year 1825-and we been recommended for compliance on the

1 small hamlet, situate at the northern by the English, outsice! of theswamp plan, which would, lower the price triistthat it.will meet the approbutionof feel part convinced of our good that fellow-citizens their cwn reflection, and we -
suburb of the town, populated be of infinite bene- a majority of CITIZENS.
:and: intended to be appended oftuilion.would will impress them with the necessitY'of
|]ly blacks, who located themselves to the town lots, were cutup For JUdarmen. continuing to conform themselves with

in that quarter, to avoid any intercourse into arpen lots and sold at auction fit.A market' house will very soon John DC La Rua, Joseph Noriega, the same, so as to avoid or be in some'
or with Xlichelet measure prepared, promptly to put out
correspondence Henry enJ.V'man
i their hostile white neighbors. but none of them were ever become indispensably} necessary.- Noah II.Allen, Francisco P. Palmes, that terrible scourge, fire, the too fr- 1
: improved. The streets assumed The side walks of our streets are quent winter-visitor of cities. But
'John Lee. Williams !
: When arrived .JosepliE.,c aro, .. ,
: at the spot, a I Spanish names, some of them too narrow.1. The streets Jin dry Samuel Patterson,' John Innerarity, some may be neglectful or inattentive to i
I most furious attack was made were ,obstructed by building hous weather are! very sandy, in rainy Charles Lavalle,. Gco. W.Hartley.Mu. their own security, and as it is Incumbent, I
upon the unoffending and us to watch for the of all
unsuspecting be upon safety ,
and ,
weather wet
es or layingoul lots across very :
I inhabitants, of whom Therefore, it shall be the duty ot'the city
many '
were in convivial BUI the great common experienced some years before they.can',be paved -, HUNT, constables, 'after the 10th of December t
; engaged
i and rural and in the sports shortspace lUe( brunt ,of political quackery the side; walks therefore oughtto We request:you to publish the next, to inspect every yard occupied j
I games, ; it 'was litterally mangled, a he wide, land kept in good .re' .following list, of names, which we" houses, and to see that in each there is a
of four
hours eleven
or t>15ce given to one and a COI"ner.to. pair. Wharves also necessaryboth intend to support for: the Government well and a ladder as aforesaid described,
I dwelling houses were levelled with and to report to us daily. for the strict .in-
another, as the applicant therefor for convenience and for the of Pensacola for the' year
the ground. forcement of the above Beneficial provisions -
I' The infuriate and misguided happened to please the Governororliuendant. safety of the small craft. >t'825---which )ve doubt_ will be, ". v' .
I One whole square, thetAJORITY.. Given,at.the,Mayor's Office in Pensa-
mob with
the not content proslratini* appropriated for a church, was To the Editor of the Eensacola'aeite.. For Alderifleni ... cola, this 30th day. November, 1824.
of the unfortunate
beings dwellings\hom their cut up into lots, part of which SIR-In'' the National IntellU Joseph Noriegj, William javison, : P* Alba; <

upon vengeancewas were sold at Auction. One bugbear gencer of :he 2d November is ,an Henry! Michelet, John Jerrisori, ,Mayor.STONE&NISBET. .
I I vented, commenced general resorted to for the purposeof article copied from the Ports: ,Francisco Moreno, G. U. A..Ricketts, -' .

destruction among their goods and} silencing examination ,, was. 'an mouth Journal, beaded The present Fernando Moreno, James Quin, > .

chattels, destroying every thing allegation that the garrison were King ofFr nce." Tnis -'article EugenioA. Sierra, Julius I'escayjSamuel .H_| ave'received per Schr. Emblem,from.JlNewYork .:
cn which could I their Patterson. BenJalhmVyl113n., .
they lay pol- contains and Tom ShieldS. from
in a starving condition. This state a material error as .
I tf 'hands. ... of starvation) appears, Iythe, records to the order of-" -the succession of New-Orleans., .
The destruction wmp mvSQ. Bbls.flour superior qualiry,
was general, unlimited -
and without discrimination of the Ayuntamrnto, to the crown of France, and_ .us many. ., .... 'lJ\U\U too do.Whiskey, .
c have continued about two years, personsiseern! to feel,,soitTe;: interest ji OAT 30 kegs Lard, .
Wlere, save only in those instances until the lots were sold, ;. ,but from'" on that (question, I have thought. ().OFPEWSJ1COLJ1., 10 firkins butter,

the mob was brought up the same records it is shewn, that that the following i \ might: .not:' be: ,- =:i ,SO bags coffee, : '
\vith "Rum 'or by the inebriating 30 sacks_Liverpool ground salt ,
.of it is ENTERED.Dec. .
oh1 the frame month two brigs wire out season, ; made from', :
cup were diverted from their un- i. Schr. :5kegstobacco, ..__ '
: but Emblem;
recollection I
ballowed permitted to export fronvPensacola historical war- : Day>' ALSO; .
- The designs. '(lull cargoes 'of.our, '.because rant all! the circumstances. to ,qe, ,13. ,Jays from. ;NewYork, Cargo* 2().packages domestic,plaids,and .stripes*.;
next, returning sun presented that. on a public survey - tp the beholders, a scene atviCh :it' was. found .tharthere. was In, 1660Louis XIV.. njarried a es shoesSc'2;boxes merchandize to *;which :with their former toCk, ,'wi11
\ !
humanity revolts: !and with which ftecstation '.more, Tn-the; city:"than was necessa. -' daughter of, Philip IV:' bf: ,Spain, Fihlay Sc Rushtpn: 29'bbls.:cider, offered be: ,found in. Sdperior this market to any assortment.. ever J ,

tie heart .nldism.ay sickens and* from at ,the ry., T:he,lots' on the co m m on'were ,they had J t 'five children-1" ,* four ;of :bbls.. ,nuts, 37 bbls. apples 20 :.pecember. '3o. '1824.v. ..
', ,laid\out,in all manner; orfoi" ,,and:, whom died 'yo ng-th.e' GrandDaupliin4 kegs butter, 4 crates ware,13 bbl a.
wemplation of which" the .mind. .the-streetl 'some',.30, some.\ip. and' miiVried' : Christine! of whiskey, 30 sacks salt, 34'sacks & MARSHAL'S SALE.

f.)1adIYI'et J'cs. .: ".i'l> some' Jofeel; e, :while some, of Bavaria.and died inif.lJ., : They bbls._ potatoes,' ittfboxes herring, .Superior Qourt of Went.Flonda.F. '

The Camlet which- but. a few hem ;in, tHc:back..part:of the, /city,, hadflr.st.jhe Diike; :bf1uiogue\ 20,half ,b brs.' prpyisionff .casks> H.Nisbet: ,.. \ TY: wtue of a writ
hou '
rs before bore a smiling brandy\k: bbls.pro-- VI1; .. .LD ;ofJim: facia* io
J ,aspect were more than'200 feet in width.. 'who..c1e4jthe month ifttr' ne took J > cheese pipe .
\ E. p. .SteelC & fme. ,'directed in, this
through. which the o11 inocent ;
hUm Second fisions CapjtQayrlOO!
Nothing .appears to -nay.e been the, tit1eM.D ,the to 'm.- WocHdWard.J.caseI ;shall proceed,
festivity had, been heardjs more'disagreeable.';to.',tfiesffreformcrs" Dukfe'of Anjou (Philip' V J The'Dukeor3'pOrgoue' Auperfin'c.fiour; ,. 30 bbls., whiskey, to sell-it PUBLIC ,AUCTION, ,for ubi

the., how silent and forsaken, and than: 'sinlplicity an4coni!.3 tlij'cn .., ; hafotfrchil. ? 4B ?'acks" o.freel'30..kega :1atdr: 15 in front of.the Court. House, in! the'city of

ruins of 'what it 'l q" barely. f:;t 'the 'crooked::1! a 1t1lrl a e drenfleqnlayi4. -him, .(the boxes tea,20. ,packages ;;inetch: >n* Penaacolaonthe,. first Tuesday January .
told the spot where it' had existed.. seemed, aJc onto.; givet fflp'I ..''": Duke.o rt ; ..ue1ne? ; ,of the for- dize, 2 casks cheese t.'I. .'cask. winejtierce neit valuable !house PaWox;and';.Jot, situated ,
It the east side of Street and
was indeed4i lamentableand 8ur -..: nI'hlrty,acres:,p w r nI ,. ther4tsarn'ini{ : )J1 \c:.cc1-. : :. 1fd4rar4 S '1, Jialf" bbl. upon djofning (be reaidehj-e. of 'Wm. McVoyr,
i :orry sight,..and, the town in ..this outside df 'Dd. t.the '.Stopc'fe Nisbe : ,
U ,I cipally, lhe''swampi 9 t.I.LouisJXiY. : ..j spikest6 r' > with: all the:out.buildinrs;' said lot being', '
tIl tance"' has, incurred anlndelible' the north east,were.devoted::to'the.: t1tf ;. \ .XY a.t.Itb age. of..5S ,Schrt:Triilf PossCjAppaTachic'orJa 40 feet front by,80 feet deep,,taken aJthripropertf
sJr'ct ; ancLa of in- ( ..1'f cctfar |f 6 Ni'H. Alletf,' '' of K., P. StceleL to;.satisfy':-tbi*
r. monument> purpose ofalniuly.U burying o..t. \!: t!. \ !. 4.,4 2; git" : 53d. ; .. .
.aroy has thus been' rec.tedt.to'flerJ1rtuate &21 j-Pensicoar'waSde..Iiver ., ( 1.o Cl arleiJ wlitf .ucce\ d. .. .-Schr. Tom ''Sherds,; ,F6rsythe : ;' writud. COt: :

\ ; the atrocities committed d.up; tO-.theiljriitf' ,LSate4L4-, ed. p 'i.Hp.4\!';: n: j&ln: } Iejl withaoutcbi1efl4Opt44O3 ,.New-prieansyCarg>pl2 bbls.. ;'Bij.Wiinan tiPf" for .: ,

.an abandoned. and .'pro'nigite'tn The itiipt'seeme4to..enjoy:, a, ) his'. sugar, 25"bagVsait; 'I4bble..flotW; .:.ttWm.. Seb ej H.tYff ._' :
I. o. :. -' : : kindbf. :| ."- ',r. t1tlOUS,' 'prosperity.. l' .,1"..Emi.V \ .:, .hett1k; : :. J ,fl+, Grandsoi*ST '** : :: )- S.j. '. catis'-\viri_ ; &,..- .Siboxcs.bats 4.' ,I.'. ': to' Jri .... -'"25th..".:. '" .t'18. ;," 2 :i..4Iiti'-OX, ."."t':.:,."...>,\." t.:

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: i : v1rcb *tube more'than 14' feet ,aparti. -' .Vi.'l"lL- :" 4.; ,>, \.General La ,Ftfyttl '* jVclcomeD'tri ., ,. "J1.t l }. '
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'0'(10'- e' 'of Columbia to wit : Illu "
W Non ::01.the. main timbers oi'the &' .r'0" '.'' ftcf.lvcl" tr t1.e 'bi .'.l VV
1 V Wanted the/allowing Pahert, vi:': bridge arc tot be less than 12by'12 inch* I **' ,BE'it remembered, 'That on the 28th 'l"dljJtfeP .' 'o, :l S

: CmHEFLOKIDIAN (byJno Fitzgerald es squared and hewed nor more than 14 ,_LHFUZi )i 4 p u111 j r rmss ',of August, '!in, the. year of our 'l.1mI.r.Jre": IH plg oJ .Go 7iloL

t1 U & Co.) Nos.50 and 52- by 16 inches kquared-and hewed,'excepting his friena! >Wthe"pablic tJ.lkt'.he Lid, one Ithousand lght hundred .and

'44 The Pensacola Gazette'and West Florida the mud sills,'which must be of logs- baS made cxtdrtslve improvements in that twenty.fimr, and of the Indcpendence'ofthe 'Grocclii81'

*1 V Advertiser, Nt$. 1,2 and 34. Apply hewn on the Upper and lower side,! the commodious and': well.known' .establish- United States'ofiAmerica, ther forty-

k at tills office. % bark taken off the other sides, and 'The mentthe, V.V V ninth,'Jbseplv WaXsoaof the said District, Barrels -,"

Nov. 2Tth, 1824. log itself, not {ess than two feet in d mete ? 11oIi11Hot4IV i : deposited in the office of the Clerk, 4cllcs superfine, 1UC -vlJ '
V V V -and to extend at leat 'four feet at o'f the District Court for the District of I'Y80q kin'( & ,

STONE & N1SBET.YE each end beyond the exterior .edges.of -Ji1 aid th.it V is JIOWT.\open*for CQlummVlKe of a. book' the, right ,1824.n owdtr do,imported- ; 5th
the uprights' The bridges to,be, 12 : .tb reception' :'of travcHersaccommoaat.pn whereof he chums as'author, in the words V barrels loaf '. ". V '

,. J nrt received per Schr. Caravan feeUn the clear,.that is,twelve feet ,from .nd otbersfor the of following;to wit :' 1 00 boxes Sugar' V :

,- from New-York and are now opening the exterior. e of ((uprights.,at the whom: 't o pains,will llJc snArcd,. I' $ Ia?. >!. reemeh'. Gratitude, or General LaFayette3 12 barrels porter, ale and cider f '

;.:> -, a handsome assortment of goods suited cap sill:. The floofthefrantebrl4 dens constantly> .sappbed.wllexery'' de. ,Welcomelh'United States; copperas, '

f to the season, viz : es isto be of sawed "pI ltnk: three. inches licacy tliat the season affords Iweto being a compl1 bon of the Proceedingsof
c ,'IL packages fine cutlery, knives scissors thick. The other brdge8.thaybovered bles are attaChed ihe.establwljment -V the:People, and'Conslituted: Authorities Hardware .,

e &r.. and plated wares, .\ with ptincliezis.hewed to three inches The B; s constantly supplied with : the ,connected'witli, his,Vrait ;, with an : V

wes Ganther's boots, fine calf. 101 ,in thickness.] The ,whole;:.to ,be .pinned best' .,'_:_. .A nu. rtft>,onil,HiAhle:Jj' Appendicontaining.Ccount3 of the ce "1 ton American castings,. .. '

: gansAnd.wes' slippers l firmly to the beams at each end. /INo ot Ilok ,is tLch d to. the,. abljsitheItfwhere Jebration'ofthe48thpAmut'epaJ'f of In- '1 do. English do.V S

jt 7 ca&ch.n en'. and boy's hats, afst .t "' er timber will be admitted*,.in' the' construction -, gentlemen ,an be', ,.- ls 4 "i! ddpende\cein) the, principal:Cities,of the 1 do sure Jes iron, ,

V V I.case flannels, kerseys and fellings* bridges light, wood" and 5 bundles sheet
except Ousters;,Be fSteaki, Mutton Chopd, .Union,or selection of toasts and pertinent do.
: 1 case stout knit balfhose, netts & caps, or\heart of pine. or some ; other// wood Collations, at"all houwin the da1oVeYen'; :riecdot s." S 2 do. steel, .

3 cases cloths and cassimeres, sorted, l kn ,wnto be! equally hard 'durable' and He has furnished. himself with the M'.But'they"that-fight for freedom Undertake '20,kegs nails assorted,3d 4d ,

.p. 1 ca&e mixed and blue 58ltiriet\ ., assorted JastiTh bridges roust1! be .built so first Ing.rate cooksand,sincerely.Hopes(from 10d, 12d, 20d. .R.Y-

.t V : highVs that ho part thereof from bank1: to. the great exertions 'thatl:have,l been made. :." The,.nob'lest cause mankind, can have 100 doz. knives and forks
;p t 4 cases ready made clothing, superfine ba.f'\shall eVer be .C3rposedt:, :danger to'please,) that the iibhIciII extend.to" 'V at stake'* ; S 20 do. p'en"and pocket knives.,

:; frock blue, black oa15tnilitnn'and coloured mixed coats do.blue do., from teff ct of the highest freshets. him their accustomed patronage; ., VV. Religion virtue, truth, whate'er we .20 do. Padlocks* .
Good anll staunch hand-ra.its\wiltbe required 6 SV
St dder call O.'cpfJ"ee'mil1Sj
geth ; I V ,
cloth and cassi- V
black and coloured
to the bridges.I Such, small branches :- ", A blessing, freedom is the pledge of 10 do. brass c candlesticks
; sattinett do. silk, 1824-35-8t. 'V14ztii :
V mere pantaloons, as. are never deep enough in freshetsto ,Mobile' ,, Oct. 19, V all." V 10 do, pocket books,
: toilineU and cassimere vests,'&c.&c. V
V obstruct carriages in passing,and have Trees J "'.Henceforth let it not be raid that JlepubKct'are -! S 1 do. patent sauce pans,
t S cases fancy goods, prints, cambrics and :Ornamental ,
Ht firm sandy bottoms, with firm banks, may 'ungrateful." 6 do, Carolina hoes,

V V fkncy robes, linen cambric V cravats be cut down and left as fords,but in this tFie.WmopmU. In conformity,to the act of the Congress ,1 box planes .
L ; linens
4 fine Jri>h gentlemen's \ V
1 reserve tIle when re-
V to yseJf right, of the United: States, entitled 'An' act 5 ioz,.Carpenter's hammers.SOdo.cimblets ,
I. fashionable cravats, fancy .
i I worked robeSjLadies ilk bags, black cieving the road,to decide,whether they : @rm'9 for the encouragement learning, by securing -'V' : ...V *. ...
ought to hav been bridged or not.-: Botanic the of ., Charts/' and 6 do."draw knives "
stocks, &c. &c. ,t'ri.::CTOU of tlie Linnocan j jL copies >laps, ,
3 bales low price shirtings, Special instruc\ions as to the manner .of Uur-ci,neu-,New-York, offers to the Books, tu the.authors,and 'proprietors 3 boxes No,IQ'cotton cards,V, Vbssht
I theroad &c. and more particularly V
I opening ; his usual extensive collection such copies, during ihe times therein 20 V V V
1 good quills public very \ V
case ,
F of the .
.. $ D plans and escriptions bridg-de. ,Of.Fruit and. Ornamental. mentioned'sLo: to the act,. .entitled 20 kegs powder, V V ,
be furnished to
contractors, no
V : a variety of otl'.e* goods in store, such asbankets viations esj'will from whicb will be allowed. A- Trees, Flowering Slmibs \and 'an act.supplementary:to an.act, entitled, <

V : ncgt"J shoes, wool hats, cotton information the: country I Plants Bulbous Flower roots;' ',an act forthe, encouragement' of learning Dry 'Goofy :
V Py respecting
: ; cards &c. inc. V that lean give, will l e communicat by : and:near one thousand, species by securing ,th'e :c.9pie' of; .Maps, ',',
'4 Charts and the authors and '
: Nov. 13th 1824. of which are books to proprietors V V '
Green House
make Plants-among 1 trunk finebrogans: _
me,to any person wishing to proposals V ; ; ,n
while I am at the\seat of government the Olive, tire Cinnamon the Coffee, the of such copies, during ,the times 5'packages drygoods,' V
therein mentioned and the \ "
V I extending
p THE SUBSCRIBER and before the last receiving ,said Green and BoheaTea; the Black'Pepper, : 10 reams foolscap paperJ
benefits thereof to the aits of ,designing,
&C.&G of which be V
; the, Ocklockony ; Catalogues may V 10 do. letter" do.V
proposals.IThe distance from, "
V : ? LL receive proposals by the Editor of this : engraving, and etching ,historical and'o- 4'boxes ',
\ open to St. John's river is about 185 seen by calling on pa- thec. w.oolliat :, ,

; WJcontract the following, named miles, and from the St. John's river to St. per, agent for the Proprietor, who will prints. ALSO-20 doz. Leete K.'London.fifo,'
: parts of the load, laid out from Pensacola forward promptly any orders left with In testimony whereof. I.have hereunto N/H.
it is
under the orders of the Augustine ; seventeen miles. set my hand, and affixed the public ALLEN,
: to St.:; Augustine, him. Oct. 2433tr.Notice. I V
When either of these of the roadis 15th
parts V. 1824. /
u s. seal of office the and V
; Department of "War, during the winter my day year'a .
reported ready for delivery &is about to
:: of 1825-'24, viz : foresaid. AN
V I be received by me, should any: difficultyrespecting OIWfNANE
V ? ro.1.Frt'nitlie1anc1ingnt"Murray'sFcrry"on : it arise between the contractors To amend the ordinances to raise c .
the bank of the Ockolocko Clerk of :District Court .reT
east &. such shall be decided nucin the' 'of
I myself difference City, -Pensaeoln, paaAl29tli
V river to the thest Bank for the Dintrict of Columbia. (
A ny r, landing on t LL accounts '
by some disinterested third \ persons having open December-1822 and 4th
::. of the St. John's river, opposite to Pico- person. with the subscriber are desired: to TIle extent of the work cannot be anticipated Junefajt. V
chosen by jointly and all attending j I '81CTI01l 1st.
; expenses tfut it is it will
lata. presumable '
such reference shall, be at the come forward and close the same without Be it Ordained by the Board .41k..
4 omen
: No 2.-From the landing on the east delay Those havingclaims against the not be,lers than,200 octavo pages.'nor .
cost of the contractors. ; of the City :aforetaid, That Tor'.tiepresent
I; hank of the St. John's river ut Picolata to firm, will please for more than 350. The engravings will not '
The privilege likewise to examine the preient.them pay I year, and annually hereafter
,: the city of St. Augustine. I be less than five,nor exceed thirteen.-
, The proposals for No. 1 will be received road as it progresses will be reserved tg ment.We The price of the volume will be between I theribtllbe levied and collected ,00$

I by me in person at the scat of government me; at all times. before its completion ; have on hand a considerable. assortment g 1 50 and g'.2 50, and persons, especially hou/es and lots the property of peno.

_4, for Florida between the 15th and when, if in ,;n> judgment the contractoris of the youth are solicited to extend r residing vithiir the corporate limit, a.tixat

1.' 20th December next; and opened and not proceeding in his work according: :Pry Goods, V their patronage to a work, intended to [ twenty-five cents on each.one hundred '

V replied to on the last day. to my instructions and his contract, and 'roceries hold up to view, the reward that virtUe dohlarsofthe* value thereof.
) shan refuse to obey or disregard directions freemen. SEC. 2<._ Be farther Ordained, Tta{
The proposals for No. 2 will be received my and valor receive at the hands of .
:, h)' me in person at St. Augustine be- shall then be empowered to annul Hardware &. Cutlery, They will please todjrect 'their subscriptions [on all houses and lots,. within tills city or
V i its '
V lwcinthe 5th and 10th February next ; the contract forthwith, he forfeitingall I Glass to the'subscriber, postage paid/ jurisdiction claimed or owned,by. any

V ';: :ird opened and replied to o I. the last claims for compensation for the work done I V :Queen's, fejtoue & Printers friendly to the object, will, by person or persons, not residing,ther a,
I will also receive at the same time i Tin Ware there shall be levied and collected a tat
:: day ; but in ease of any accident preventing re-publbhing) this perform an act accept

i: my being there at that date, through with the others, at the seat of Government which 'will be sold vent low for cash only. able to the public, and will receive the of thirty-five of the cents value on thereof.each one htiftdel'dollars

V : the l1Ic mmof thc IJost.Office, addressed for }Florida, proposals for openingthe thanks of the subscriber by ha.vingtheir
named of the same Jas. ,B. Selby & Co. Sic. 3d. Be further Ordained that
V 10 me at St. Augustine, when no avoidable following parts names inserted Off tBe list of/patrons of '

I ; c delay in acting on them shall occur. road ; but, I as such proposals cannot be Pensacola,25th Sept. 1824 29. the work, as will also those who may furnish on all Lawyers, Physicians and persons

: '. \ 1 he lowest responsible bill in each d nitinh"acted upon by me at that time, any poetical or other important mat- holding civil appointments under the gtneral .

; case will be accepted, reserving to myself it will only be necessary to forward them By Peter.llba, Mayor af the City of Pen- ter for the publication. or territorial governments, except

':, the privilege rejecting the whole by letter; viz1st. .acotgt, JOSEPH WATSON. notaries public and justices of the peacti

: if the terms do not appear to me to be from the East Bank of the Chcctawhachie PROCLAMATION. Washington City,'Se'pt..1. ,: not being lawyers,'there shall be kried
V and collected tax of five dollars.
I a
f : such as aie l'eaM nabi Hon with _
penalty. river to the West Bank of the ''HKKEAS Daniel:. Burch Assistant I SEC. 4th. Be further Ordained
tt That
alaI with! satisfactory fcecur.tyiil: STOP THE RASOA'L.S2.0Reward.. :
% S.' 'Itc'iequirttl of contractors for the faithful Appalachicola river. \/J I QuarterMaster U. S. Army,in pursuance there shalihe levied and collected on all

I : ami correct JA:rh-nnuntc. of each and evejv 2!. From the East Bank ,of the Appa. of the instructions theWar flepartment dogs in the city aforesaid, a tof fifij

i V 'a1t0f tl.e contract.ContntcU.rs lachicola river to the West Bank of the ,has this day made over, to thecivil centsV11I h tax shall be paid by'theI

I I ; are to be entirely under Ocklockony river. Authority of this corporation,the I owner or owners thereof.

uirl'ction1(1 subject to orders The same directions as to opening this three buildings known as the kitchens of CERTAIN STEPHEN Th. SINGLETARY -! SKC. 5tb.. Be itfyrther OriImntdrf\aL V
np my my A
. 1:1: .n-c'crhing I eati.{* to the road. part ofth route will govern, as are prescribed the block-houses, two of which are situated ,journeyman printer, enteredthe the personal tuxes mentioned, in. the 3d

: tI : r olh ct t'uctc: cf.iitracls if taken, must fort he others. in Government Street, and the thirdon office of the Mercantile JlJvertiter, and 4th paragraphs the 3d .section, also

1 cc.OlcUd by the Slst of bccember DANL. E. BUROHhaf. : Sevilla Square ; therefore this is to inform last night,and,threw the principal part of the tax on si.vord'cancs Sic. mentioned

1825. .- Qr. Matter. the Citizens of Pensacola, that said : the two forms into pi. He absconded this in the 5th paragraph of the same section S

ti : The first,that is from the Ockolockony Pensacola, November 5th 1824.PENSACOLA buildings are, from this date the public morning, but is supposed to be lurking about ; of the Ordinance'of the 4tU.:of! June .last,
nronettvofthis Corporation
: the basin, and will avail arc hereby repealed.
thattliep probably
j V to the ht. JO!'.II'S river,must be commenced V '
p materials ofthesaine being himself of the first SEC. 6th. .
boat to goto Mobile. i Be itfurtiier OrJaIneJ'T1ii.
% !: on the first cta of January ,.
> next orsoomr .
the improvement of this City, as the Said is small slender the taxes slaves '
I if and Singletary a man, on on saddle horses gTji
pr.icticab'e the second,
t. V j. that is from the St.;'John's river to St.vAugustinc 3@@l Board of Aldermen maydirect, 'it is for- nJe, thin visage, bushy hair,. a.ul apparently | and four \\"hecl.carriages, shall be raised! .

by the first day of March next, m biiMtjn to any individual to destroy said L 26 or 27 years of age. Had on | and cohlectediacollformityto the Oidi :
? build ings or to canty away any part of.the when he .of the *1t
V but went away a green coatee and ance 29th.pf 'December 1323,.tSf"subsequent
or '
sooner piacticable. if eitherof received schooner
V JUST per Caravan mate rials thereof ui.der pam, of being grey pantaloons and black hit'much the
the contracts shall be completed before from New-York, addition a provisions to contrary'
., the stipulated time, such part of the theformer supply of books an which to prosecuted accordingtolaW.V worn, with crape upon it. It is not probable mutwithstandiiig.S :
Tl Police officers
4: road as it calls for will be received by me among e are p rticu1arly'direct 'he will change his dress, for the Stc 7th. iHd be, further Ordabtd V
tlve following
V V t.re
V: ; ;: and prompt} paid for. Ttonsn's Well : he author d to attend to the strict execution of clothes he has on 'are believed to.be his Tn'at all and.every provision of the On5
St. by of IPaverty1dingfIeld'8 this proclamation. 5 '
V only suit. Said, is ,from nances the 29thtfIecernberVjW22vxI
No advunces can be made, but if it is Medical I
desired, certain payments will be made ther Practice Polar I|I Given under my hand and L ,Charleston, S.C.'and has been compelled[ 4thr of June, :i 24,'which.are'not forsaHjr
Seas 6fthis
Franklin' Journey the seal
IV1 I by me from time to time, having specilt Adventures ( Mayoralty at ouua\'ay'fr scveral/ places' where.he.. repealed or altered by this pKseatjKcdfnance'shall
regard to the work actually done ,and remaining Hajji\\'aldo'sNava1 Baba's Heros Prose, S V. V ,, ,'r Pensacola.this the 25th 4aY has been &mplqyedT>-Tlie ,above'."fe.wanl I receive, 'their Tulir ari3"cntiw
by. Poet
of October.
a 1824. will .
be paid for execution. V
be done apprehending and
to according the con bring '
Museum, Salem Witchcraft .
: tract. S S ing the said Singletary to justice '
L Coleman's Anecdotes on application Sainl. Pattersoij
V ,
By Mayor .
.at tiie: off\ce ,of the'Iert nti V
Si Persons proposing for that part of the Eg il'S Sporting Anecdotes, ic. S. Parmantier, SVV V Advertiser, No\74 Chartres ; V. V Pmitl ltf'fJ r
street New-
t____ road comprised in .No. 2, are 'requested -Gregory's Chesterfield, 2 VfJ .,. S Pry of the hoard of Aldermen Orleans.' 'f V BjitJ o
t to make two sets of Charlotte Letters to '"VVirter Approved V
proposals, ode for Aug. 17thJ.:182i.: / ,
I New-Oriea,Nov. 2d -? .
the road independently ot a 'bridge' over Humornort'snew collection of Anecdot'esLe .', I To jotton 'Phnte-rs -- 3w.TO v P. ,A'T'BA -"W'YOI". S 't"_,V" tV

V St Sebast an.s river; and the other include Sage's Devil"on Two Sticks, .

p0, a V ? the b1' .ge. This Bridge must be I La Peyrouse's V age,Living Plays 3 Wr. T&E' Merchants of Pensacola, wishing > THE ,PUBLIC Nitre ..flall'uflVPoWdV, ': ,,' <. ... ,

I :18 feet in the clear, and if the worm .is : New Robinson Crusoe, 'i ; I 1 I encourage the trade in Wagons I. N the 'M rci1 iil Advertiser ofTues- nnil&SubscribeTs;, iejts for1 t'.

; known to destroy timber in that ,river Phillip's SpecliesTytTrs Elements, : : to their place, as also to obtain Cotton:of I day, ,appeared an. advertisement as JL piietors,-,will be constantly suppi;:

:, to be built on stone columns-the shell- Tales of My Landlord, 3J..&fie', j quality-and .being aware that serting !.1 had entered the,office of that' with, this"powdervbich.babenI1t7.

stone c the country, such 'as is ,procured Scott's Lady of the Lake, thet.est' .planters,'who can bring- but'& ::paper the night,preceding, and knocked approved !hy'all'who have used fa' d; ,

: .near St.Augustine. It is expected thata I ..Walker's Three Spaniards, 2 volt., to market at a time,deserve! |the principalp&rt .of the, two forma..into confidently'recommended to'phrchi&f;..

; V plan of the bridge will accompany the .JJutler's.Farmcr's Manual 'r. encouragement" ; for the pains. they take: ,PJL' .lhcadvertisemenf: cOn lmtwith: ) it: U warranted.equal, .if net syperiorj rf:

;1 : proposal. 'Harbauld'b Lessons with (cokred plates t witli their crops, have resolved to offering aJte ward of Twenty :Dollar for any madeUfljtCd5Sthsr4" &

T'l&rlad' is to be Peppin'sEvening'sV Entertainments, ivi e.the amount subscribed* two hun. my apprehension.In repty-I jdecUre the above Lo'lidon-Tower Prbdf t: 'Toc' ,1by
: opened sixteen feet tired dollars,into two premiums V V *: -;
< -
Ewing't as
rt wide Geography, Gregory's Legacy,' men set1tOHIat,Lentred4te V
13 thrqub'b.Qut11.d all!! timber ofiicVtntbenight
brushwood ,lx ke'. & V tioned below, for the be two loads- VS V
> Bacon's deliyefejd
t and other rubbish to be removed Essays, V : and, knockedahy part:61 a form into A.V _STONE:F. fl..NISi'

; : i from it. The stumps are to .be. cut down fiodgdou's Lette'rs Linnet Song Book. ,V next., on*or before,the first dy V of January VI Pi" to be a iov wcted ;and TviffuJ fal* 100 .kegs'utrecetv.t.. 'J1. ,
Life of Franllin CAIn
as low to the Washington's Life,: hood, without, foundation r vMAlISilALScSt
t ground as possible. All :theshajlowof Jllr e'.5
'l \"auon'.1 Philip 2d and 3d, 2 rds.Wawes' :. I FIRST PREMIUM. and 1 cull the Editon' -.. r .. ranc1
marshy, .miry, swampy ground must be : Uf Jki} of the 'ATercan- .
4tV : j V causeu. >ycdv\yith: poles from$'to:8 inches LUBe.V of Newton,' Putnam' (Life' ., vFor the best )'agon ( diofl Cotton.in I tile 4dyerhseThUiehnc iFtleyJ : ::

i in diameter the. Bonaparte's, ::, '-" quUe V baJ .s 'Iptle3',thaii>ix,bale tly&, .ItiS .
; ,,1 at smallest end,laid down, *, UaUir.! jla&t.; I havescoflded -> ,; + ', Jm
;; .. close and, permanent. The causeways Abtley'soper' Lectures .V weighing, SOws! -each, or tip; wards,to-be or attempted to abscond... I hive Yvmue'r. itZP;

;: .,; are to )be fit.'t"cn' feet wide, and ,secured 'Ferrier's Meclcal Histories, I bound witb.sbc ropes' 01 more, a SILVER not te!!J.tTO rattenipted to leave it.... ) '.

: Vi at eachi end with heavy rider*,.firmly'etak-! 1[MutTay's Materia. Medico,.: V VESSEL.with a suitable inscription i ,pfthe 1 I ,.1.baveonlyto. d" :.thirfunprovolced :- ordi9 b" ,

'.. ed d )tn. .Ditches four feet wid ,and i Phillips Indigestion t V ]value of ont:'hundred and fifty dollar ,andfOutrageoiu at1empt.br.t > Term, 1821o'tof h l ., .,.e.

;:: : :. three:feel deep are.to.be dug on each side i Roller's Daudclocquc's Midwifery, V o.rt. hat sum in money, at die. option:f the -MBAD. -. :#tEop. Y .t to ruin a poor'r; ,fKendfess, and Superior Cotu'tshIhI.proceedV '.. fW't, l 1i-
:1 V of the the Law Executors, successful candidate 'OJ' Jqurneynwn rinter LwiQ os .atJ ,' c' !
t causeways and dirt thrown: up1, V :' apply forC-r .
4 on,to them, leaving it"highest in the cenV Bliickstone's Commentaries 4 .volt' S ;; SECOND' PREMIUM.,. 4retj5w.y1otm countr. ; ; ,' 701 V front of:the 'Mark1du Jq bW1;
U or !' tn.'At. intervals Bishop J.lorne.oQ thePsaIuis.Manha'tFxiend's'Fanzily ,. ., 'For the :'be&tumall' : Monday h .5titb.f ) S
: t .projxr i in long :cause1M -, t Joad, of Cotton in .VBtepJl hsiertaty Jb'cl
f 'ay*,'or through viTyefc ground, open ,&.. '.&c..:'&c. square or round J3 ales, wy tjot. j jess'thaii* I; Orkan q N'y; ,! .kn'jrl dia. '' 'r i V

.. \ I log bridges nifetjxr'constructed. in them, WHICH, three bales, to weigh 300)Ibs each or upsu..vii c. "1.ew; '.. .-.. '" ; _.' *..r .', / ., ) ,,4'f n arts.oC.iga, Ur of' 'oRe.. .,.i'-t .V 4 tiif}#-4\

i,::: p ,to Jet the water' pass through, V Where together with the stock':heretofo're .on .wards,'A CUP of the ',value> of "F. tini ; < '/ r ,EC4V:. '.,! aD;,. ,_;, \ -t' -

;: V one 'shall) 'exceed hand composes a very x'eI1sive'a.d'ge fiivydollars,wth, a suitable ,. '! i i } f ,
any causeway one hundred inscription,. "1- ... '... '.,"'.' .. u.u v 'v m. S tePJ", lI..j 1 t
; neral assortment-.of and .
ards in ,books %yill be or tljat sum. ; .z :: );'t" V Sov2Dti
1 length it will iij '
# I > bfe-upened in money as preferred :
t' ,81J.V .
.J. StA l1ilOVT,1 b lI. .
lg 84tac.:
I .
sold at New-York A at ?-J
for cash.Country Aeni
I h V the centre, or at each .distance 'of 100 prices' V ,jThe following.persons._liaye.been ap. .1'1!1 'bur h.1(: '. .: : j

; V :yards, as the-case .may.be,.to the width ,:of Merchants and public private pbi!nted committee to ex minethe cot.' J r: onr':LFeijetedto: i"tf :: WAsLw14'l.ti14IV i. ..
w'O feet, for'ardistance of least. 40.feet.' Libraries furnished,on the most l&eraf .ton,'and:award ,the premiums-it js' ? ''. t' ... .
.J terms and suchbooks P 'e.o rid expccted prpveproptrty/payi.tep p8 Ji: 'and'Vke. "ra". Sbil. ,:' =r
i3 i When the.swamps other efed that : J '
or :grourid causewayed satisfactory assurance\.i ill tbeiirticlcs ', 'j' '. ,,yrnOstapprOv4.. IS' ff.t
J c shall be of such are not on lii4 will be/procured:'with as mdiviuual' be: ..:,. ; (" 'I. ; ::yia.v iw I Hf-Jf MV n lwMi
nature eyery
,a* not la DfTeiihg :for'eU: : foraWand aUcj S
f afford dirt$ sufficient to' corer !"cause- little ftelay as possible. Orders ,from ,a 'glIelby t the.I lot'of. cotton ,produced ia ;:. r j F.Bouduet. oherritinwbimbeihim ; J5f&

t'a)',it mutt beamed on to-'th;;: V distance wit!be as promptly .attended to, of his own plantation. ; V ; v,! j tt. ', h 'aud aCCMW. JSf V.
and the 'L' l ,;; promptness : ,
meet with .
same' .
:liberality as a ." ., -
U t It is contemplated'to"establish a ferry personal.application; ;;i V R.jt Nisbet. ,' '. 1 ""'m; 'K' on ,reasonable ,terms ; 'h.1! J (
; S
.., 9Q '
1f ',!.attheSutrance 'riverandit"wiU'be' reiquired M R t V : ... tbecJerkVofIce; renders,; ir;'Prr7 I
A V llH .
/ .. V '- toTniild' 'a.flat there 45 feet )long ; :: nt. .**;. f.. -1 u rirl r:: 1Vciv1f9rsaIe:, t.tk.e; l1Wft S- to;him,couveiiienl for,,'ose.',Woy ;? i :

;y t; and 11 feet' wide according' to 'a plan Jlily !HI1"282"t: ', 1: : .JaSnB.4vSellY! ,. 5. V TSVDaBdpks ; About to execute any' insbjimeov.: jri :
V I : J; ',' : .1 If '_ I \ : .I ," .If ,. ? *
t! which.shall be. furneato, tj. V : :: tingwhcTi ;tobgr>cbfdcovf
contractor. J0s etJsers ,
; '. : rOteV8 .: : .. ; : ; :
t:1'.. :
ir V .: All 'tbe otliei* branches !, ., S .. v M "r:
V ; ,, streams BLANKS.Slave I ,I .t '
HII.I. ,
j .
? .1" 1I'Pf Jm
w'y 1
V .tp' ./ 1
; creefc lagoons or riveri are to be bridg-: ; iL ; % asqujpao1a ; : .'. ;. V. ..
1 Sbipping Artictea. i In.'rn' : of'. l unng.Jl, ,
: edVi4fszCb slreun shall be less than ten ." .r I ,9th, ( :? P ,I"- it ,aH: t.f :
r V "V. .yV 'CO Marii I eaier'rrek, ft
V ( vide'jvrjth,jftrong 16g abutments,for : ;
'/' '< ". ; i I ;'.' r. f)' .. 4Ft lhe.8
Ft V I V ,V tlia tc" (fce ..wide' with. 6ttunci'frambHdffc | ;! :: ; = of Lading*? !j. cutfrwtit.net1s :aiii4ejt 'f 'i tf8a. ". ioi 'f'I',BdOKjj',,, V ,,. ensUing bit.--" 1$4ays36. .tL. ., 'oUncdsD.. f. '-". .' ''i. .' "'t'. ">f7

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