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 25, 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: UF00086631:00034
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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tlieerhap It be'superseded by the t ti I black portersaluted him with I'of,the.
l''BLnIU ETEVY &ATUK3AT. i ()\T1C.a: : rY ) Editors ofth e.public papers, '
.\ LHUNT ,. _. i intrigues ;..which;may b-. expected I Mass your baggage ; I'll carry present them with good' ham.
BYV. From the J'ftertburg Intell,eucrr. to exist,_if thechoice of President. I it to any part of the town." The requesting them, after,,'they have ,

::niTO:: 4x:3 ])!lOJlIETOR.. The, three Epochs of Life, I should devolve on the 'House fj trunk was pointed out to him, tasted, it, to notice its 'superiority

a.:!/: ; .';- 'fth* Law/tlie United Slrtn.Subc' SlKTIl, )JARRIAGE. aND'DEATH. Llepresen a'lves. 'I. which the porter 'accordingly in their papers, lea\in:j them your

r".;>tic r. Five. dollars inserted a year in One n /- Behold,the lovely infant's fragile form, Intelligent merchants and ship- 'shouldered and followed the gen- address ; by this means: you will
-;71rh'ert.iscme\tti lines, or under for 'How sweet, hoer innocent it'lies; masters, who hathe benefit of .tlejnan to the stage office, in Third f certainly find a ready market forwagonloads
liollar f everytwelve
} : () What heart, that seeing, does not warm,
'!tC firi i insertion-each subsequent inser- Or heatingmelts: not at its cries ? knowledge and experience, and Street, opposite Jndd's Hotel, I of good hams." .
on Vift). Cents. :t ngehngeh 'they seem, though form of"flesh who have, suffered in their'persons, where he deposited. his'burthen.Wellr .- i Bravo The last item of the receipt '
S'.tjsr1: : J papers twelve and a nalt Cents be given, and property by the attacks and aid the gentleman, "whatdo ,: is excellent.Curious ?

-,-- To hide the spirit, pure as those in heaven robberies, of these blood-thirsty you'charge for your trouble ?" i, -

rlOIJS villains, are better judges of what "Qu rte'r- dollar n assa.! %tltistdo i /] ///.-J. Aylelt Slow,

"" ./,-. zing ,I: the Scat of CcremncntM \When early sports and plays are: o'er, ,would be expedient in a case of much" replied the other, u I will [ late of the Parish of St. Andrews, I'

11;"7'ia, When A.rd'early youth,toys to hardy shall please manhood no more groA-rr, ; this kind, than members of Congress giVe you but twelve and a half i Holborn, (Eng.) deceased: proved

.Ao V cel\.ly r e'\"s'Pf-per, And beauty's flower is fully:,blown : I who have-not had the opportunity cents." No, no magsa," said '8th June, 1781 : ."1 J hereby' direct :i

TO BE EXTJTLED.THE Wedlock! fulfils creation's heavenly plan, I of acquiring either. rYe the negro, u quarter dollar the regular ,'-my executors to lay out five guineas -

I10" iut\ ll\\e\\ig e i1Cer. Links fast the fate, and ,seals the happl J \ hope, it will be thought a thing." Regular or not in the purchase a picture, I

'ness of man r | subject of sufficient importance to regular," said the, other, "I will of the iper biting the benevolent: ,!

:TK soliciting the patronage of a gene- Death tears the infant from the breast, gain the attention o! merchantsand give you but an eleven penny bit ; hand of a person who saved hilllI I
; public in the laudable design of And makes the lovely prey his own : .II seamen in all 1 have'no idea of being from
our sea imposedupon.
-Jusinp local r.nd general: intelligence aj The blooming youth he lays to rest, .ports perishing in the sno\r (if the I '
j t"m;;the citizens of this young and floe I. lire life to him is fully known; : particularly in Boston, New-York, ." !Nor I massa, ," replied same can be bought for thai money I

rifling Territory, the :Editors feel that Nature, too,"calls wearied age 'to his last Philadelphia! ,aKimore. & Cluirlestou. the black, so I'll carry him back ,) and that they uo, in memory J '

<.'' :fidence and embarrassment, which always sleep ; ,' again, rather than work under the ol me,,rive it to Edward Bearcn.fi, I i ,
*' attend the commencement of every. Skcp of the,rare! how long, how sound, ,. thin ." .
-- r regular Saying ti'hich'he Esq.
... $ a king's counsel 1 he
-- "t" whereby
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termination of ivhichJs in- how TUB ,. 1
the deep StR
enterprise: xcsu : : -- -tee. '
'olrein tbe jiinCcrtointies of'futofjtj.Yet .- ""* '-, :. ; J o rthe7 1a&tde rc.tcot'fl.fO shouldered the trunk, and paused' may; have' Ircquent oppor,unites I I ;

\ feeling solicitous be useful to thecommttnity WIT AT :A PINCH. / THE CUK10.US. expecting the traveller would reconsider of contemplating I and 'ba comparison

they avail themselves of the A country grl one morning went To:those who pester us_ with numerous the case, but instead of between that and his ownvirtues

?reseiitausniciousperiod, in the infancy To market with her pii'iThe questions, the following putting his hand in his pocket\he; be able to form a ctrtamjud : ,,

of a new and growing country, tosolicit hi tie'curl-tail, not content, hints, altered to suit the meridianof coolly said, If you are at that eaunt which ill btst and most : '
the patronage! and support of the citizensof Sqeakcd out a merry jig.A' this place not come amiss. '
may work 1 shall not disappoint ,
the interior, to a News-l'aper, the importance you agratefurrLmtlUIH'lnct: ;
gentleman, oh passing by It is said of Dr. Franklin, 'that and off started oi +
and utility of which, if properly Laughed much, andJjeering" so they together past trienuship, and almost pa-
will be to poke, he dreaded the inquisi \.eness of and returned the what.
conducted disposed
::o one 'I wonder, Alias, jour child will cry, rental regard, or ingratitude and
question. :When, wrapt up in your cloak." landlords: to that degree that he Having arrived at the starting insolence. This 1 direct to .,e'pre: i'
The resources of this delightful sectionof trembled at the sight_ of a signpost place, the finding he sented to him '
as in cf
porter lieu 3000I
the country, its contiguity to the Gulf lfWhy sir, (quite pert the girl replies,.): I
Mexico, und to a tine back country ot So bad a breeding had he; ( -and to prevent Routine ol t had conferred no service upon tin' had by a formervill.(now revoked 9 j1

Georgia as also its central situation in.f'pircthe That ever and anon he cri s'hepc'ct' questions, he sailed. ail "Iriinehost's" traveller, he was likely to rec.eivcno'co"mpl'u'sation and burnt) left him."

pleasing expectation, tht.l.it yin \\ he sees his dadd .' family together and. "told for his trouble, ._ -,: ---- ,
i>ecotne a place of consIl1et'lbJeJll1p. r- -- -- them who he was, where from &c. j refused to deliver up the baggage; From -

tance, as well!as the centre of refinementand l\BU E L LII\" 1. \Ve mention this: to prevent the M till lit had received .he. ree-ular If one of t.'ifJlotJgoir.try the western RefrtbKcax. -t-. "
science in Fhir.dt. -u states, ( ,
.The Ktonirv ISTEiURryrtn i is design- -- From the..lror* Daily'lilVCJ'tlS"J'. following from: caching the risibility thing. The .traveller! positively refused guess Kcntuck} ) not many >carp ?

td to be vehicle! of local and general .n- On Monday morning last wesuggested or frowns of those whom U to pay him a cent ; and as since, general 1 --=, u8erf. c his ,,

formation, and accessible to all persons, in may concern. -it is sincerely hoped "lie obstinately kptile t possession of'. Services as a reprebtiiitutive the
"'h .ma; be desirous of dircuss'mg topics a paragraph, that it have the intended effect and
may baggage, finally the
cf& the of porter general assembly. .Knowing the
public nature, or of communicating expediency seasonably a-
for labor under seriousHfficuUies
scientific researches we, i deemefl it necessary resort to disposition ol the he
;: literary essays. dopung measures for the prevention i people, mounted -
Hut till personal and invidious disputation, of the atrocious piracies which''' when at work} reason 11 i lair to recover compensation for on the stuiTip ot a fallen tree.

every diversity of attack on private character of that thirst of knowledge felt by his trcu'!sle. The trunk was shouldered and thus atidrtbsed ti.e electors

fchull be suppressed.Tiusp ; are constantly perpetrated in the, visitors io the printing ofiice-in for te: third time, and off wlio hud cruwdtd. around him I rL
West :-
India As the '
is be devoted seas. : Subject
pcr to
,anyman order to obviate which, these answers t hey posted to submit the inti icate uBobiaiis and hu '
to subserte is of tirg shirt .
or the purposes CfL faction one >great importan'cVe:: take' you.are 'I
to laud one or depreciate another.: the 'to'callit..uaii are now given to questions i case to a respectable; niigistraie; ; a set of o-d ignorant fellowslor
liberty alh
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The feelings of-every individual,fro-n the .,.a purpose of dressing -if more b, .uiiy, p\K-t'4> I hCU1'l US. ,+ irtr fx lilca in she vicinity of the coming 'to'senu a' riprese'hlative I '
imitiblcst to the mos f evaltrH, .i,.,uiatciuviolul' 1. The types are cat:-made out court. house.The I .r
end .........Q. Ami ''the Press, particularly upon the attention- if a composition orieluTanU antimony ... to thegeneraiusseinoly.Vhy !
while under our control, Shall never he those of our readers \vhd' are en- complaint! was made, but could not tae man' of your, choice ;
anl from
degraded to the sacrilegious purpose of gaged,, in external trade. :i cost 401) 200 119 process was issued, as the par have went,without all this 1>ala'cl'? 6

a v invading moral and religious sentiments, It is very apparent: thai the government I cents, 1 1size. per pound, according to the i iI I tics u ere willing; to abide by the opinion But if )'ou.arc. determined: to e.ect:: I
or converted to an engine uf omest c discord of the Alderman who 3 **
in 1
have nOl the means of I ; one, am at ) our service, btcausui
a and Internal di s litiJn. Its politickswill 2. We never almanacs. few I
pr words satisfied
a << the traveller
be devising any practicable mode of want to go to- cm sonic #
Uepubican! while the asperities ; 7 I
pelling Ipooks, testaments nor bibles. that ttvent)'-five cents was an equitable private business and.
and recriminations panics, as far as possible suppressing piracy. Whether it have not money ,
It. would about
will be avoided. be owing,to a want of commercial'' one charge, and the regular thing. eiiuugh to bear n y ex'penscs .

The press, type and paper, will ,be knowledge, or to any other 'cause, welvrmonth! to print a bible. This difficulty being removed, and I think I can do yours at the. '

immediately conveyed to Tallahassee, thus far they have not succeededin 3. We will print a song for, S2 there was .an obvious one-of a mor same 'time.. ll'you think
r (where one cf the firm now resides,) and when it contains but six proper I
verses. formidable
their efforts to this front ; the trunk wasnot to elect mc', 1 pledge bun.,
the publication ttf the paper commenced, accomplish tfo'more" will be for ihir-' my r i
assault as a sufficient number of subscribers ;Treavobject.? As we have heretofore ; charged at the place of destination, and that 1 will do the.best 1 can'for you

q' arc obtained; which it is hoped<< andexpycUd I remarked, formal squadrons' f copies than one. .,. yet the I porter ,had, experiencedjust and for myself. .. But S if 'you do not
i 1W ,, will be in the month of Nov'r.H 1 4. We sometimes ea :make mistakes four times.the labor of choose send '
carry to
;a I despatched to some well known me ,you jnay "go ton
j CONDITIONS. station, for a six months' cruise, i -when setting types. i ing it there.. The ,traveller told I -1 and be d-d."-Thc t. mob i
ill :" The FLORIDA IXTI.U.IOKM.-LR will 5. The business is
printing him that he
: willnever answer the pretty i was ready to pay the swore he was.i ringtail)-tuarerf and
purpose ;
published on a large royal sheet at Fi'cf hard to learn It would I
", _. ,)obit per 'annum, 1 payrrbc? in advance. because the pirates, being perfect'ly four require twen y-fh'c cents as soon as the accordingly unanimously cJc'cte'clhim.
years, more or less,. (according baggage was delivered.at the .
U is necessary thattkis rule be invariablycomplied aware of their approach, and of stage i
with, and it i is hoped, that all their general destination, will keepout to tne thickness; of the learn office : to this the porter at first. ,

:r who sign, wjll consider its importance. of their: ivay for the tim,& wait er's skull),to gel a complete know- demurred., hut upoij l.the advice of, i
Advertisements will be inserted at one ledge of the art. the magistrate he again shouldered 1 The ,Disconsolate n"idofi'f. j .
the return o(their their *
dollar for the first of ships to :
publication every We wish the Samuel Fisher the iavcntorofase I
gCr" people would his troublcsom ,
I 6- panion
twelve lines or under, each subsequent own shores, Cor.they reoccupytheir .
not meddle with the materials Golden Sntfl'wasaciluairltrdtvith, I
insertion iifly cents. former haunts. Some modeof it at the stage office, re J

4 Any person subscribing and paying for warfare, equally efficient' butmore when they .come into our office, as ceived the regular thing \ and went< a.; widow lady.of,excellent, charac- 1

live copies,shall receive the sixth gratis. secret, is if, it frequently makes. considerable away in triumph at not having: le1"V, ho resided in Coil I:. Thislady I ...
u I Editors are requested to insert this necessary, any
r trouble. was inconsolable for the death
; Prospectus in their icupectivc! and. serious attempt is made for their worked price., I ,
.s ;r to aSSISt us in obtaining patronage.papers Our 'f'xtertbination.Vfwl1c"er armed JCF1:: To such as are in the habit i : of her husband,; ihe day was spent I,

K, /icnds''el1'ally' will confer a favor by ships have fallen in with ofk' knocking our:door, we would_ From the J\i.ltionallllttlllgenceJ". b) her in sighs, and incessant :a.- j

' I t' .forwarding the names of subscribers: with it has:'almost uniformly pirates.. mention that the practice is not Domestic Economy''.-We haveseen mentations, and her illuwat.nightwas i .
'!F out delay. that the latter happened according to etiquette or propriedddedby i in the Philadelphia I papers mat'stened'with the tears_ of '
finding themselves
Please direct for the this '
t present to t Y. several notices of certain.w.orHs her sore ov.. :rierj her
on .husband
place, or to Tallahassee! unahlp to cope with the force they : : ,

(jbrdbtij Crane & CO. had thus, to encounter, have aban., the Winchester Republican. domestic economy, by a MrVil... dearliu.. .: was : the.fcpntiiyja.1 ,
Pcnsacola, 13th uctober,18 l4.' cloned their craft and betaken'thems 6V The press is made of cast iron cox. ,From these notices, it .mil)" theme. of her: discourse*,.and .she
1'. hcs to the shore, and thus and cost about 3pO dollars. fairly be inferred.that the Editorsthink seemed to live for.no other.objecjtbutto ;
Territory of Florida, It is very handsome, and works his. lises' and deplore
..1 t' placed themselves. n absolute safe a Mr. Wilcox's books anius- recite pt -
County Court. great ,deal easier than. the old sort. if useful. his losi. her -
and beyond the ingg not The following<< : i One morning
'' of Escambia ty of
'. suit. In this it pur You-may look-at It, outdon't touch paragraph is from the Philadel friend Fisher found her in a. state
October Term, 1824. }\'ay has happened it. "
> ON motion of Adam Gordon -Esquire, that, comparatively: speakiag"er' "' v. P.hta.Gazette : : r of men-a.I! :agitation, bordering-pn
s7 Acting Attorney for the Territory of ,few of the ruffians have been killed}I 7. The tackle is not to hang any How''to' sell 1a.11 a-Tile receiPt distraction. Her depar.d.J tu ;\- .

fi t Florida, OHDEHED'That' a Rule ,be entered or taken. Some other mode of f body "itb-but .i is used to let I ,cure .1 hams: ; contains no doubt, she said, had appearedMo .jtr,rtnla: '
'. against the defaulting Grand and, dow'n.th forms of type to the press many'valuable _and; original hints ; the. nighr, and mosf.. p '1 V
Petit Jurors : conducting military: '
., appear the next term of operations against -. I .
room. took the hint .' .
from the but we hardly know whether ordered her to/enter, t -a C
this Court,tind shew cause, if any they I them seems to be'required ; we "4.
have: ,why they should not be fined for raid fur the ascertaining; Registt'f'office; in Albany, where 1 should' have. .thought it worthwhile ,where his remains! were\ qr' t c )
their said default ;' the G'rcmJ Jurors in what that should served my time.. .',o ,worm Mr. VVilcbx's. seJ' and, have-the cqrlint ope l\fr.F
1k the sum of Ftfttxn 1)of lays each, and the idea of be, we suggestedthe 8. The: : smallest type is. calleddiamond cret out of him, i I" we' had' .hot found- Fbher. ponsirated >vij _r.1;;"Of\,
Jurors in the sum of Ten Dolfars referring subject to '
It is like picking appended to the. the ahs\1'r\ itvof the id'j'' lm ra
**ch. And it is further Ordered, That acopy : a competent committee of citizens up same,a receipt to ..
of the above rule be published in order that the result of- pins to set, them. Bell hams. This properly finds a that the intensity '.of h er:' row

tire Pensacnla'Gazette, six weeks succcv their deliberation 9. A set' cf types will last us place in a commercial ,paper, and had impaired rher in'teHfct :. hilt

&I' A true Copy from the Record, might be early) four or five years.io we give it in the.very words ofth i the phantom was the .111 ere creat,:'

.. Attest, presented proacJ1lngse8sion to Congress at the ,ap' : 1.heVO st things in an office authortt-. toe of.lier.. .imagination ; aw4.beg.
John Miller, Clk. : 'I are,plaid cloa s. T.he: I'e I of her at leapt o
It should be borne in mind I ; capes hall next give you ,'purplanjbr ged, to (postpone .!
by W llasell Hunt: D. c. this session that sweep the.types ftto. f-mt. rb+oaflds, insuring.a sale ;, 'to effect some future 1 period ;her idtehdcd: ,. .

Xor.26lhlSJ4-38-tf. -, short one-must the necessarily be a'' and allies; before we Ichiivr'iL i 1} !his it will be .necessary R for y !1.,to visit to the corpse of her.husband,..

an'end constitution. putting IK'VVe' ,like to sec, visitors lak.e.the first produce, to_ marketyoiirff The lady-acquiesced.forth time,
STONE & NISBET, March. At this It leisioifalso on the ftiird of when th$y_. .come to.. pay money;; ;. and having arrived at in his request ;' but ,the two succeeding

4i II a yc received per Schr. Emblem,from great ,business of the;,; anti try to be polite when they do market and fixed upon Jo"r.t.utd, mornings, the angry' spirit
f., 5jJrew'York. and Tom Shield from dent must be attended making tb and not. '' -. open four hams, and commenceby of her spouse, she said, stood,, at
= any. ; if cutting one of them into sli- her bed side. and with loud menaces -
it should be up .
ts. the case"hict -
I 8UDn> Rout> '
; varlet no
,. *' ; ) cIo. it'bikt"a"pt't.or", c 1 is:chosrti by the electors person ihi c- We Fttm the Jhiltuklpfua' .:urDra. ces, and aa there are many respectable repeated his command.'

wtl key's Lard, time. of the session will be frequently; see men resort to citizens who constantly! come Fisher, th''rre, sent to the, sfl-
13 fi.Lha: (huttt'r, ingreat 4 the law *{i recover the value of tea to market to purchase present ton, and matters, being arraaged,
:measure deotd to that ob
Sa u."i emery This dollars, imi expend at least, ten them a slice,cf your ham by way the weeping widow and her frHadaltemlcd

Ju L.hrtwd; rround wall jtrcf. it mentioned fur tbt times thcj amount in the undertak : of sperimra, grntuitoutyt in orUer the diseial vault ; tae uoffia -
&PJrt tubaeeo 11&",, lain'!, tlir importance lug ; but w 'let justice.. done
that they way taste Mil try its was oprned witli. mrb ee swr
20 fIIt': u t" daretet'tM+a" '. .., matter brought hefur though 4e pockets .ko emptied." superior IftyaHtth-tl."., IT you ...restyled bc. .JU' #fal matroa *

,sir; ,. H ft-..ct ..,.tar rlw.tip.rty at'l caber :.art w rarly In tare..IIHII cthrrwUf + The feHtmfn. t Iretttta-s taltKe will give way a feM*or two to rrspcci. cil dow ajHt aUartl ikf. ckyce4dUi

,,s'f':::!''.';1. '4 tbrtr. Wr'at rr ttttrclt, .aU it tti u y 'akca tuiciUIct exemplify the *.. O.- $*- ".., tf' tfec tt' *Hty M *u. of her adofcil Iw...I.d. IU.-

,..,."M uptir this to uy uwcttpcat rtc r *w, bf lodged with a commit+ tardylr a ge&ilemM, arsive, la | loriurt lUy. read fir frietHta wiMrcttHHi t +K rtl ctMity! parted from the
tbar beet.tkcrtt. In .uj
liirlr ha milfitrihe
Ire .
I.'JaIlMlt wit.. the
Mid pMrcbasi* !bcleirwl rye tfeert
t fttmftij jwtriam eeque? spent *
r 3d, 11'11. <\ CAHttmat hcltstf'e' ,s J ud as kcj Heft oa the \vharf lis, ..
; a Likewise' call uf on nonle mainder of the dA, ia silo e*:




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'. ir .L.I Eve.iR. the cViangcef lf8'rni i! .- r t:.. r .... Fnmtt*A" rri Cw4attial ..Mwnisir.bwster Cia, t.l et P......
C'.NV. 7C.I IIJIW.I 2-1.
meRUiPcnsacolahts been reMed Ioer .... 17.IJIWE
I wr/fl"fAo/y Gtt..tt.ac .-
: rfjA i I Priiei*of .1w JNia .
by persons srlcctrd from. a- I Zbr M., .,.,Im4. t -
, iiw city bas: tb l.eniac .
awe.IUjI .. eb.eieJ t aetoralie.
.t.1.glv "
I I cW
iv.1britMlUtau1. the native Inla.hltIRa-thi. .. feM.c.M.-To.aPC...to cU with relative
; to ..t TIIJiW
..!1r= man g I I reports asel Jasks CsifNed .,
all hail the is -as it should be, and the aew I lmp.wiled- Wjxm" to eserebe em of..
of mane have;cheerfully acquieto :I aid independent died tp or.I ef Pro,id CBLC,'which KCU' M.. "hi' f.. lie
S'lour comers i
of .....
da' I F I..bcli in raeaaere ;ed the !Hudw rl- IJU. .111., ? !
b1rth of ttnif eral lhanks ed. Now many of the Inhabitants' por.a a great \thfuture < I yesterday upe J M
- ind, tbe day pmttofyouTcltlii: -:' I: tcr, between this ,city and Nburg. thstswM ht '
for the guardian conceive that a change should Ire H you elect men for City Council : "rageseracoIsea
and praise your The briefcountof ere '
fiog + following\ is t ,. .Iitis ..,oIt : t fJ r n-
, J of the TATHEIL and YRIEND of made, and whenever, a candidate views who.viH ofscirinurest bp: rned.,at the by moment the ,narrow bftlurtTsl :I II the n\oarnVuI! caiu1ropbti $y.or aed breJt AiderjneW ,I

care mankind-the day In which the of a difrerentdescription: hub: en i I r of our commerce,and who by>> tax I.:at.first received at;this office t to.comthe,. Boa.t or.Ald men sliiil for the \ I
,182 i That said electro .
sli the East, which wasdestin' offered for the suffrages of our. ,citizens 1 I esanihmpositiona: on those whO'Yll&tyouf: I .Yesterday, bet! wet a the';.houi' or year place! oh Monday the 3d of January cext take, .
' Stir I city;from abroad drive them from H*;oier ,1 J? aDd 13.o clpck .ihe. Yep.
all creation with its our present Mayor has immediately who Upon and that Wm. H. HunJ Francisco Palme*,
conceive constitute
*d0 illumine in which withdrawn and'declined'I. ,-whose only thapowrr1gI *:*to'. tVf'C.; .%pUia.: HaUte, !l G bhpafsage fier and Fernando: Moreno, shall be the,jodir- ,
in obscurity;
mvcqrmq j
arose I : fnwi.New:Yorlt :Kburg a of laid election. .
he Slorf'King of Kings and Lord of any opposition, so th, ,t"fe'..;ndw'i overnand who falsehood hare;forced, without..tnemsel'vcjupcinyouby 'the"quistc :. ,add' '-withilirabout. ... 1 five Signed on.thd Record, "* ."'' -I.....

disdained not to appear a.sPong have but one candidate on whomall a *. : qualifications,you4 mayrbid 'ailieuto miles:of.the latter place,.was- ,sad."I Saml. Patterson, .

Lords Herdsmen and Shepherds, will unite. 1 ** ''prbsjwrityk .. denly struck bjfcaflfcw of wind, i upset President of the Board of Aldermen.. :,
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elect who flatter Attest :
hyatt ophanls ,
his It now remains, for the good you immediately<< sunk, having .
as I
. aud to occupy a manger rely upon it they flatter..b'ut to deceive; N. S> Parmanticr. .
On this day con- sense of-the citizens to select siich;' .if you elect men who Would beg your suf- 'on i board fihtybne persons, thir !, .

Jt,t tag place. to the City Council 'trages,by promises, do'not trust them i ,for four tfvhofr fcttfrowncd, including --a& relarJ... '
an event, we persons compose ,
seemed by so be,assuied the man who utmld. buy your eleven womtjBt,, The remains
should rejoice and be glad, we as by their exertions for the, vote would sell his own. '" I ier saved them 4s: by the use of !1< a LlQ -

will aid the now But fellow citizens,ifyou elect for your,
should lay aside the cares and bu- common good, City Council men of ind pendence. men planks and sticks of wood, upon IN pursuance of the foregoing writ of

of this world, and devote growing prosperity of our city,.. of honest integrity, who will serve you as which they floated until they were to us directed, an electioh

sincs* to gratitude to and: who shall be both capable and honest men, not aa task masters,men who discover, from the shore, and will be keld at the Court House in the
ourselves entirely have other and better claims to your con- boats despatched to heir assist- City of Hensacola on
maker and an enjoyment. of the willing to manage* its concerns fidence than intrigue and deception,then Monday the 3d day of January.next .
our 11.01" : bestowed on wi'h judgement and prudence.:.. you may look forward with confidence to ance. Capt. Halstead, we are told, ,forthe purpose choosing a Mayor -

blessings which are should be of.patriotism, the prosperity of your city $ otherwise 'vas not on'board,.but remained and twelve Aldermen for the government
They men
)>ou must bontent to see it,languish I this city when the vessel sailed. .,tf the titVtUHhg tHe year 1825.03PbSto .
us. if '
at thperiod firmness and integrity ; who occasion under the withering hand ,of ignorance, I A gentleman*who came dow.t.1 : opefl at B o'clockJiatoeldoeal7o'clockl A. M. -

-It behoves us particularly requires will throw aside inability, selfishness auddishones y. the steamboat this morning, i informs .M.
review the past season With these views 1 would recommend Franc.
to P. Palates f
and not regard that it ,
private was impossible
the.following gentlemen,and believe they .
the blessings
and to be mindful of' personal favorites, when privateand will meet with general approbation. for them to obtain the particulars W. Hasell Hunt, } L

of health which .we Ijave enjoyed public interests clash ; and for Mayor,. :, or this painful event, so as to state Fernando Moreno. ,
4 extraordinary degree ; it JERK1SON them with perfect accuracy. 'l"be Penscohg Dec.21st,18U. :
to so who will pursue a steady and upright JOHN !
with truth be said that there loop was capsized near Polypus .S.- I '
may course, reckless of the praiseor For dldermen
America more salubrious I island and the account which was Qualifications Electors. r j ';
is no spot in blame of interested individuals. Henry Michelet, William: Davison, '
received board of the "
on steamboat All free white male inhabitants of,the 1
when I B ?
than our city, proper 105. Noriega, iijanuu.Vyman,
Two tickets have been offered for' John De la 1 Hua, Joseph C,Keyser, ,does not vary from the above, age twenty-one years and upwards whd ;

altentiottls paid to that all-impo our consideration, and we doubt William McVoy, anal:l-at\ Dql,: '. Only it is said that.those persons ball have resided six whole- months hi -1
of health-cleanl the City next pr e1ding- day of feleo: .. I
tant preserver Joseph Bomfay, Henry Alirehs, saved, were taken'off by a fishing
not that such a choice will be tione and who shall be liable Ube.
for Jo5. i:. Caro, James Quinn, taxed ;
of city boat which be
health our
The happened nearby :
ness. made as will reflect honor on the *x.Y.z. by the corporation, and be called upon to !
the last two summers has gainedthe of > at the time of the squall. perform any duty In the city, shall be ;!
city and ensure her an increase Another lified to vote at the election for
friends in the accoi\nt has been received qU Mayor:
of Ala. HtfXT At the earnegt rsolicitation
confidence our
wealth, population and beauty.Presidential by one of the owners, which aud AWermen."-Act, of the Leg lative !
of number of his fellow-citizens I
a Capt. :
country, and the revival of business : Council, r /. 2,/oS>rl05.
is much favorable. The substance .
Jerrison has consented to allow his name more !

is a guaranty that if we take lection.-We have to be published as a candidate the office of this statement is, that :. Mobile Mercantile jfdvertiter. i

care of ourselves, we shall not be accounts of the votes given in : of Mayor. Tne following ticket for more of the passengers succeed) PHOSPECTUS.PHE ? '

without their aid. Georgia and L'.uisiana.-In Geor- Mayor and Aldermen is therefore presented in' getting ashore than was at first Jfttifr Mercantile
Let this be devoted,first to gia the nine electors voted for to the citizens of Pensacola with 1 the : upposed, & that but thirteen peons '" g Peb.discontinued ) y its laid i -
Wm. H. Crawford of Georgia fur assurance tiiat each of the persona therein : were missing \ k it was hoped proprietor, tie undersigned purposed

the adoration of the Giver of all named, has consented to serve if elected, : that some of these would yet 1 be Dmmencih&the publication.of another"

good and to the commemoration President, and for Martin 'Van and promised faithfully to defend 1 the : found. paper,under the sumfetitl_ lIe: hu beed
for Vice Pre I induced to the measure bthe warm so&
Buren of New-York -
of the which it is consecrated of the
event by I rights city. citations of many respectable citizens c rthe
sident.-In Louisiana the five electors From the National Jollm of Mobile
; and next to a' tempera For Mayor. City and the neighboringwns
voted three for Andrew Jack- Slander.-At the last Superior and will publish the first number
enjoyment of the goods of this life, JOHN JlillRlSON.Jfor Court held at Salem, Mass an action 54! soon as he shall be justified by a sufcvent ,

which are so plentifully affordedus. son and two for John Quincy A- Jitdermen. I was brought against the Hoi patronage.The .

dams for President-it is not stated : i Benjamin Osgood of Methuen, for utility of Such establishments, in ,
John De la Kua H. N'lSbet, strides
Ferguson making rapid in wealth and I
voted for Vice
who they as slandering the character of Mill
For want of an original poetic Henry Michelet, Noah H. Allen, commercial consequence is sufficiently
President. : Sophia W. Bodwell of the lame tested the circularioi
production suited to the occasion Joseph Noriega, George W. Barkley, by unparalleled W
place. The jury brought in a ver- which have throughout the
readers the follov Joseph E.Can, John Lee William,
offer to our Union.
we It is now only two weeks sinci ctict of one thousand four hundred This city is destined at no distant
selected i Francisco P. Palmes,Robert Mitchell, dndant. day to rival in commerce many of her ci'der f'
log dollars the
damages against -
published the account of the : Henry Ahrens, Benj. Wyjnan.. sisters of the Atlantic States. Her j!

Christmas Ode. loss by fire of the Steam Boat Hi -. transactions will necessity be connected t
I -- with the
commvroe of Tennessee andpart
Flair SUErIIZi. fletnan, we DOW have to record the MR. HUNT, From Petcnintrg Intelligencer.In .Vh-ginia. She already command

At this unwonted hour,behold, sinking of another on the same ri. We request you to publish the our lust paper, we gave al a considerable ptrtifh of the trade o'

What strikes TO) wond'ring soul with fear; ver. following list of names, which we out-line of the Speeches of Governors Mississippi ; and she i=- LteraUv the sole.
isstreak'd with and i illour depot and emporium of the commerce ot'
How all east gold and Desha
yon Troup ;
By the Claiborne'Ga ette of the I intend to support for the Cover Alabama; the farmer and the merchanj
As if the op'ning mom was near. columns to-day, we insert the of
I therefore/wiJI look to Mn'bile ;
8lh inst. we learn that the SteamBoat ment of Pensacola for the year
SECOND SKEP .D. : X Message of Governor Holmes.Ve .- tor information on subjects always

{11 mark it! now the streams unite Montgomery, which left that 1825-which we doubt not will I be \ are gratified to perceive, that affecting their interests.

One pillar now morning light! place at 4 o'clock P. M. on Thurs- the MAJORITY. the topics of Education, Internal 'futhe merchant and tradesman of thecity
the ./dVffli."*illas it feels its ex
Hy soul too shakes,!-it sinksit! dies !- day the 2d inst. was snagged, and For Aldermen. Improvement, and general matters iste.nce rests on them,devote a large share 1ot

See; through the airtlie vision flies!- sunk:"'ai: 5 o'clock A. M. on Fridaythe Joseph Noriega, William Davison, of proper home concern, receive its columns for their interest and vasement.

app TWO OP SHEPHERDS at- present much more than .-In a very short time the pro-
31, near Gregg's Bur: one Henry\tichelet, John Jerrison, '

Heaven shield us, lo! 'tis just at hand!- mile. and'a half above the lowerPeach Fnincisco Moreno, O. R A.Rioketts, formerly the,attention of the. several of the State Chief jctormay three times be enabled a week,and to publish if encouraged a pa- .

Some strange event impends '- Fernando Moreno, James Quin, Magistrates ..he opel,he may be, wiH make thtf
Tree the
; giving passenge.riw -and that foreign politics and the
O'er head direct, it seems to stand EugenioA.Sierra, Julius Pescay, 4dvetU.eridilypapet. .
asleep in i the cabin bare. 'of the General Government
And now the blaze descends were SAmuel Patterson, Benjamin Wyman. affairs lu pohitis,Ute Mobile iferKthiiirf Adrtiafirt'wifl -_

GLa1EL. ly timeto escape with their -..itt ---. are but rarely and 'never unneceirlly y neve1 be pl-osthuted ,td thcbase
sa introduced, to'swell the ordinary purposes of a party or racii n. The"blk
clothes. She had a valuable car The St. Augustine Herald of the
Ye shepherds all your fears resign Executive Communications good willbe, its polar star. Its co1
I come not arm'd with wrath divine, go of Dry Goods and Groceries, 6th inst' slates that the Corporation ; Our Iwnns nevertheless. be open to theiDerate '
with for of that city /, at an. end. J inconsequence to the local Legislatures sya t disaussion c!the opinions and
But fraught heav'nly love principally Cahawba, Selma, been denora
of an informality in very properly cjpleajof all parties' Personal caIUM -
The news, the welcome news I bring, Vernort andCoosawda.( The of- the election in one of,'the wards, mated "lmft rium 11. imfierto" will find no place in is.coIumns.Tobing .-'
Sounds from
high ev'ry sacred string, ficers and crew succeeded inget and the from, the city Government existing within ;a the. great question, which how
Thro'all yon realms above! departure orbit of ,each agitat the public mind, the crisis atw'hich
ting the boat along-side the bank immediately after his election, or avernmenti the marked it will be settled is so near at.hand,

I come,(and 't l a blest employ,) of the river before bhe sunk, and me' of the Wardens elected in a- wheel is plainly out..eachhas that the publisher has determined on en- "

I come the messenger of joy! lother'-leaving: the Mayor and its'separate and distinct rourii. tennglistsnf.rtherthantogivecur'retcf
by lashing ber to the trees,
Go publish what sing: pre Council elect "without a. quorum of duties to perrormtl1ndthe'reror to sach productions,whether selector '
vented ,her falling over into deep need not wantonly jostle or cros'the onginai may becobse d ablc&im
Earth is forlorn !
no more a scene to qualify and proceedto business ;
t ,atW.J.wlthoui favor or prejudice! Jo any/
This night a promised C a RUT is_born water. When first sunk, her bow which they are bound fo' dp within pathofa'neighbor.- With these views,ana an earnest'deter*

Your SATIOUE and your KIHO rested onjt\e, bank, a little out of five days after heir election. 1 mi nation toi& $Hlf journal the reposiUM
thc ,4th ult
water-her stern a log( was Species of the Banana, perfectly '- rv of dvery fSmgtbat iaruseful ot-interesU
At Bcth'lem, in manger, lies of Gen. .DoctorbiD L. WHITE of Gadsde"n ing;; V the publisher,throws himself th (
sunk to the upper ,cabin windowsbut ripe, from the plantation toMtss.CAARINB ( ofhis feUowcitizensrJfOlSN
The swaddling babe let raptures rise County, Florida or and inclulgence
of St.
ernaudcz miles -
20 Sou\h
Uound this terrestrial ball whch:our informant left her POPE,.of Jackson county, FITZGERALD.
Augustine, have been. received in '
The raptures catch from heart to heart! the river had risen two feet, and Florida.. \\F- Published eVery Wednesday and Saturday
that In size and flavor
city. they; .
Till!all shall feel .1.WUIP ..- *
all impart! almost : '
every thing was wa- are said to have, been no way inferiOr Subscription fiight bohlars per an:

For Cgaisr was born for alL& ter. The salt melted in a few to the same fruit of the rlIZV&1QPOB num, payable aeminuinuany,in advance*. -
Cuonci or SatrrajJ. Persona WIshing to subscribe to tire iibove
uursso| that 40'or 50 barrels-of Vest Indies.-Charleston Courier. *
Glory to God in strains till M 1t'unknown PENS4COL.l1.&. mentioned paper .are requested to
From whiskey. flour &c. and 8 or 10 box- The Trustees of the ,Presbyter leave their names at the office of.Ufc Pen'sacola '
,glowing seraph round the
every an Society in St. Augustine, have CLEARED. 'Gazette where several of the firstnumbers
tliror.e siry goods were, shed from :her
;- ." selected ,a spot in 'George-streei, Dee_ .-Scb. Herald, 1Ic'lntire of the,Mobile Mercantile Adver
Peace to this globe,all worlds admire the iblH ; andas Mr. Wilson'a large tise may' be seen.NOTICE.. _
djoining,the Marquis Fourge Mobile. ;- 'z-

Of heaven's plan, vast benevolence a '. barge [had gone to her relief it ron' Grove, for the site of ,thei Schr. Comet, Jordan,'N. York, : 7

to man. iras expected 'that, great L part of new Church.- The. co'n\rat.sh1 9. ales cotton by 'GepfC. Tod,20' my abserico frondIpeifiacola, ," .p

-------- the cargo would be'' saved ; and lug been' nearly completed, the< dUf by Finlay & Rushton, 18 do. byJamtr.s n"-ualU 1 : .H. HUNT b ? agent and It

City Elt.ctlon.-At the, near .approach hopes were entertained that 'she' work would- soon commence.-Thti. B. Selby,25--do. by Noah,H. attorney in fac.,.' '.- '"

of the election for Mayor be raised. ,S .'Augustine,Herald.:also,informs Alien, ISO do..and485 cedar logs byStorie JOHN MILLER.- t

may u.s, that' it.is in contemplation to and'Nisbet.v August 7tha3tf.MARSHAL'S. ,- 'f ..
and Aldermtn of this : + *"
City, we arc '"(>1fttarrlfge'\ '
build Church inthat -
an Episcopal SAILED. SAlrE, .
happy to obb rve thst an entire unanimity Extrdordtndry.
l&ce.-Idein. : Dec. 21.-U>S. Revenue CatterFlorida : Superior Cdrl./: W 1Mafda {>

as to the highest office.is liewYork'Spcctatorcpntaimf the J-.lISm.7.' Captaiit Brpwn, icyWest P.B.Nisb t, B.fhItija: or a"; ''S .

likely to exist. We like to see following marriage, at'Richniond From.fie iVotfonoJournal.' and, a- ruiitt.nto"l1ntion.. >. A ct. : tel'
U'.C.on' theist of November last, M 1Rl D.'sj1' ., -- -.- I-Il---- E. P Steefc & '.fmirected intbi%
cordiality between the old and new 'the Reverend JOHN BYRNK Rector In Danville- ,;-V t. jMr.Calvin; Wtt. win. 'Woodvrard.ill .' cue.;i,ahall.proceed

habitants,and we conceive that of that place, aged' eightyifouryearti Stiles t aged 16, to' .Miss" Roxa a: \ I to' st PUB14G I ,AUC110N.'f r caih/; -
00 distinction Miss I D" 0AVENPOBT left.this 10'front of the.Court House, in ,the city oPelathiest
drawn to AKK .
ought to be EVMOITF, Che a'y' age4 15;!,,,";" '. ;, ,GEORGE or fifteen.inontii auice, TuyMiJaauar7zt '

except between the g&d and the daughter of the late Bchoolrn4tei.ofRichmond .,: 0 In Edenton, N, ', :Mr. Josephlobes btuppoftcd if living,,:to be in thee ;a rateable 'house a aa lot aitaatedn '

6ad-tbisl. the onlj jfciiaing line ,I in the twelfth 'jjedr. gtd..7:5: to Miss Louisa. w Qq_$ of Alabama.. Should' be ace ,this n.the east aide of 'alaTox Street: ,'and.

"hi U I of her: age S itb.', aBed 171 ,_ I adrertUement;K*l Ml requested to eomaounicate adjoining-tbe.rttldcrxw of-Wm., McVoy/ '
can be ,prodttelfe of bene- -, In New-Orleans ,Mr. : I with his bwgrcr J, D.; Daycsjioft, I with all the out buM&ftTw' 't,bfcingf .

St. Rotation office- is,one, of them5h I An] Old Bear i -.':Died' on the IcMasqiiy aged!:90,,;tof MisVAme-Stephen: I at tnd the',office; .of'.knowingany the ..PensacoU thing Gazette cbn'cerning 40 feet fio r'E"P.bv80 f
''props, Ora Republican go- : first,of November in,Cumru town tali'.Simpson,,aged 18 1 ITin ; I anyperlOn the
'eminent-and though rhea wea : ship Berk's CountyTennsylvMiiaiMICHAEL _dp. :Mr. De'Varney, 'aged,6 7J I 'confer a great fevor... by' ginog infermatioo'ta -' Beoj. Wyraav ikfifc for !

hate B JH: was born on. .to. widow Susan, ,Emery, aged F 'above. .
good officer we beloih : State of, Alab .. Sebree-W.-P. ,r.:
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the 20th of February; ITlOii 1 and ,. 'I. .
Misplace bim Uhe, end 'of his .wIp' 'I ma;are"requited toivC the above:a few ::2Jth82i f q'i :.... .'.I : : .
term died at the unusulladvncedageorose ,.. "E !a sYi I 'JU _Maj G q.WJe4insagd intertioD: *and the favor;win 'be, recipro-- ...

Jet an OCC&IQfl cPng hundred, and, four, yearsj.. ; .. 2OoisTSil.J.Uad I ead'' ,. !ft:. nittoif .."- I.MI' (f ,_ ;i.;'-, -

cannot produce harau.,- .. _'" elll& onUin6eflloiuji j : .I rhW',as cel. r24L4; ,: :' -"' ..::1. M ..r D e 24 l .. 'Bxecattd WitJi. oetttowsat this:Oflto*. ,I

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.; ,lockbnymilesyand t s .J2tmt4 f' r} abo'. ; [ Mcrcfiants of Pensacola. ; w angJ. : ., ., "22Ssft./. vSs

I' 1 of Pengaeola receive proposals to\ open:fry'. froralhc .,Jbhh's fiver to St., ''io,wiconrage the trade \\n 'WtgcnP -IitI.tto' "dl\lJe eOhl1&1 :1t.fl

JILL the .foUowirig-'hArted AfgiUtnrcit jss 1 b.nvles.:. to'tb&place,"as also.toobtaICott.QI1oi. ; ,W1th4lIpoder which f1 J

I .. [ APROCLAMAT10Np I: artJof the Road, laid out rroR1'Pen& cola I :. VJrck: .eitherof, these. *rU.of the roadiiegortcd I bestiality,.:nd 'bei)fff awur.? ",that ppo'vedb.3i J who hare tc'4 it.it;

-- ?. 19tttFtjun'.11823! entitled to St; Augustine, under the onlers'of the : ready:for delivct &Isabout to ttfariyBmall.planters, who can bring but a confi, knty fecommen-ded to t:1 1&

: "t. :1tdjhonaf tte for thbEtt r. regulation : Department t>f "War, during, the. winter I bt- rcceired byrne's1iould.n'ytljfhciilty. small quantity to,nxwket at a tithe, desert its wimuntedny 'eqt1d. if:ot ,S '
,. dFPolice'ift ftls Cfty'rcerbcs qfl8S3-"., "iz : 'respecting arise>betwcenjlhe'contractors I encouragement, for the pains they take adeUn JhelnJtecl'Sizt pel'i0 '

;, M that it shall be incumbent on nil tenant*' 4 No.'I.-From the landing at "Murrays & myself such' difference shall,be decided :'with their crnps base resolved 'to above LoiMlun Tower 't'rQg. ( .t ::,

4. of housesto.fcecp the':dilmntya thereof Fcrry"on the east bank'of the Ockoloctony by' some ditnteresed.11iM! person I divide'the'amount subscribed, two hundred by : t !

I clean of snot, and secure' from fire, and if river, to the landingon, the West Dank' chosen byusjorntlYflfld all expenses ,utending \ : dollars,into two premiums, .as;-mentioned A. aTO E'.&:F.:.l-rtS

any chimney shall take'fireand blaze out, of the St. John's river, opposite to Hicohta. such ,reference.slrall .be.at the below, for the best two loads delivered ,1po. kegs Just received,. .I..

such tenant> \l forfeit and pay not ex- cost of the co'.itracors. on orbefore the first dayot January \lne ISt
i the east' likewise to examine the ., : :
'cecdinggS." ALSO, "that the proprie. 'No. 2.From 'the landing on The prhitege next. : r.

tor of each occupied house shall provide bant ofthe St. John's river at' Picohta to road.as it' ,progresses',:ill be eserved tome PREMIUM. L.jO '
;, the sanie with a ladder at least 12 feet the city of St. AU UJth e. ;at' all times bef.n'c.it3. completion ; : : ;j
Mill be.received if in the contractor, ?For thebest Wagon toad of Cotton in
; long, and a well of water at leant 8 feet The proposals for No.; : when, my judgment ;
t to and f failing herein shall forfeit and by me in-person at \I '!catJ of government : as not:,proceeding in his. work according' square bales, say not less than six bales, A; 11 .K'iv.nbyJna:; 'cl1'to.1Q

'1'. deep&3 for each quarttryear of such :
.t.11: pa linquency. t', 2Vth; December ncxtj'; and opened and shall refuse to obey; disregard my dir c-. boimd with'six ropes or more, a SILVER: seven <;el to. All 'Persons ir e j tr

.. Tuicc ulready at the beginning! of each, replied to on the last day. ions, I shall then'be empowered to annul VESSEL with a suithblt.iascription: ot warned'not to trade f)y said note, :rt

.f'; "1i. winter season, the abO. \e pi ovibiona! have The proposals for ? o. 2 will be received the contract forthwith he t reiting'all the'value of one hundred' and fifty dollars,. mentlia been slopped, and nny :1 )

: I been recommended for compliance on the .by toe in person at St. Augustine between i claims for compciwation for the work doneI or that sm -n nicney, ut the option of the finding the amc will please 'eturn it

.1' ,J of our good fellow-citizens, and we the 5th and lOtii February next ; I I will also receiVe at he same time successful candidates. 'JaCObhitcU.
.part : and and' replied to on the) last with the others at the seat of Government .
it feel convinced that their own reflections opened SECOND ,PREMIUM.. Dec.<.6tb,W4- .4p--ir. ,
i.14 will impress them vith the necessity of day ;' hut in case ofanycitlent preventing for Florida,proposals for openingthe "For the best small load of Cotton jn .
: continuing to ,conform tliemseKcs with ir.y being there at that date, -throughthe following named 'P l'ts.of. the same square or round bales, 'say.,not..Icsa than :-NOTICEDVIoorehaving

: i the name, so as to avoid Or" be in some medium oftb'c Post Office, addressed road ; but, as such proposals cannot bedefinitive'y three bales. weigh 300 Ibs.'eachjor iu>- -1l.flm4G! myhencefrom
out to me at St. Augustine, when no avoidable acted by me at that time, C&l1o'
prepared, promptly to put upon TvardsAS4LVEUCUP of I., W Ihun .
.14; oj measure the value ffifty' l a-:son }.: .j;
fire the too frequent delay in acting on them shall occur* it will only be necessary to forward them'b ; M. 3 mv u.
\ : 1 thAt terrible scourge 'dollar*, with a suitable l inscription, riey1ii f t. '!,.t
of cities. Hut as The lowest responsible in each letter. viz .
winter-visitor ;
or that sum:!in money as preferred. .. -t /rf ': T.l' '
. 'i case'will be reserving to :rnl- Bank the Choc- "" L'. .. J'
some be neglectful o.r inattentive to accepted, 1st From the East, pf The have been .I'OUUJ
may following
IT't;: t their own security, and as it is incumbent self the privilege! rejecting the whole tawhachie river: to the West Bank of the .. a' committee persons to examine the cot-appointed nC7c..ath. -. a-5t. ," '

watch for the safety of all, l the terms do not appear tome to bench AppalachicoU river. ;.: ." -
to award ,
:; : : s upon us ton, and the premiums-it Is expected ".. I.ICE'f .
Thel efofe, it *hkll$ he. the duty of the city s as arc reasonable Bond with pen 2d. From the East Bank of the Appa. that .' ,
will beghcn
constables, after the 10th ot December ally, \\ithsatisfactory security, ,will hchicola river to the \\.est' Bunk of the satisfactory individual assurance either :l' itjY_ ..- ? .\!....'".1 r 'what', r.wrner'l'ht't.
by every) oflcring I1
I'l' *
.1. contractors for the faithful
be river. -
iieM, inspect every yard of occupied. Ocklockony that the Tot of cotton produced is ieu 'y.btd;:
': houses, and to sec t that in each J t.JC1'C.IS a and correct performance of each and every The same directions as to.opening this the of'his board Wlt1)fut.1,1 jusf cause,> .J'cIO'ht''.
growth own plantation.
L:',! ,; '1 .e \\ell and a ladder as aforesaid dtsci ibed, pnrtot the contract. part of the route will govern, as arq prescribed by forwurn'ftil;pehons from reai( .t
jfr: and to report to"us daily for the strict in- Contractors are to be entirely under for the others. F.: H. Nishet. on aCCOU$13S.iWifl.py..'.iio de .ti.'1e

, forcement of the above beneficial' provisions. my' direction! and subject to my orders 'DANL. E BURCH,' :X. H. Allen her contractiigfter thiis 'date; :t3

'.0., ", I in'every -,relating to the road. .2sst.. Qr. Muster. etiti6n if U 6n6if bJ 'thr., inl

I l' .,401'-; tiivcn at the Mayor's Office in I'ensa- Both of these contracts if taken, must Pensacola, November 5th. 1824. Jas. 15. 'Selby, Councilof'jcrida.fjra. ,t q :flo .ti\'t

"t.\ : cola, this 30th.day of Not ember, 1B24.; be completed. by. the 31st of December I .Jos. -Keyset, said Mary.. ""' .
ikV P. Alba, PENSACOLABU .To'lih VItP1)ecembcr
K. :
I .
.Pasflu cr.I S i
The first,that is from the Ockolockony 1 8'21-1& i:1 ,.

. ,.ifi'.. .' Mayor. $o the St. John's river,must be COmmencd I Pensacola, 9th August. 1821.-2.3-tf. --- 7 ,
; '
.1.:1' ;. t '- on the first day of January next, or llim\9 I

t<; .. OLD rAr"Elti \ sooner if practicable' | and thesecond, received schooner Caravan Globe] : 44jo i
: that, 'is from the St. i John's river to'St.' JUST : per fl. \\\bscrtbe-r
: 11 anted following- Papers, 'Vi: : t from New-York, an addition to t .'- '" t .: at; 4 it .
first of March
: the
Augustine, by day next,
: ; the former supply of books, which lIeu? received, per the last arrivals from Z'iJHE un : '.: JI HE n.OWniAN (byJno. Fitzgerald or sooner if piacticable. But if eitherof among .
: : J.\j"'his. rie ,ls ihoUfc
are the following : Philadelphia J'tnvOrleans,the fol- e !ptibhthat:
I \ di & Co.) NOS. 50 and 52. the contracts shall be completed before \\t
J; ". and West Florida St. Komn's Well), by the author oJlFatcrly.Iiidixigfield'S lawiiig fre! supply of GOODS.Groceries has made-extetiiv. jmp'O"VtimeDts'ritJ
, ;\ \ \ The ljcnt>acola iiazctte ,the stipulated( time, such part of the .. commodious
:;: ". I Advertiser; 'os. 1, 2 and 34. Apply road as it calls for will be received by,mend Medical Practice, the'*ml .cekL' known" "-. .t.abb.ment ."a. .

irt./ I at this office.t a promptly paid for. Franklin's Journey to the Polar Seas, S .

: ] .,Nov Snh, 1824.Fll Noadvancescan be 'made, but ifit is 'Haj.il Baba's Adventures, .if;! h.tljl l

i -t desired, certain pa"J11elltfviH be made 'Val a's Naval Ileros, Prose by a Poet, C/s\ Barrels superfine Cincinnati,flour,' jfJSr1 :

ri ".: -t S'l( ONE & MSBET. b y me from time to time, having special Son stel.'s Museum, Salem Witchcraft, (41>iy cjiefts hyson skin tea, &,6 chests &Wrcceiitr:md that it isrnowopgVt?

I regard to the work actually done and remaining CoJeman's Anecdotes, gun powder do.imported 5th April 'br't'iH
1r. :
[I t. i1A1L receivedper 'Sc Caravanfrom Sporting Anecdote and others-foe:the ,a'c onlIntxb n
to be done, according to the con- Egan's ?, 1824. t iet
[;. .:. ru New-York, and are now opening tract.Tersons. Gregory's Cii e steii e Id, 2 -vols.Charlotte's $ barrels loaf Sugar, whom no,]mins will be, spared. *!&:&
handsome assortment of goods suited ble and 'bar 'dfz1l ,He.
i I a Letters to Wirier, s plied Ixrifii'llbes.t
Ft : proposing for that part of the 1 00 boxes porter, ale and cider, .
;h' to the season, viz : road comprised in No 2, we requestedto lIumornort's collection of Anecdotes, '12 barrels copperaS: the .arkc :t3blcs aQtachcfi .
: t 4\i p1ic'ktgesfile cutlery, J-m\'esscls. Lc Devil Two Stick e1br4hththt.. .AI t
. J-t.: j make two sets of proposals, one for Sage's on ,
1-1"' 1 T w'.r* &4' I111,1ated'are calf Bror t2cases'antIier'S road independently ot a. bridge over La Peyrouse's Voj age,Living Plays 3 rols.New .. Har&ware- oardingper'wcek ''3 OO
,1' .r : boots, fine Robinson Criisoe Hoarding & lodging-per \ cek
; ;! ,1 :t. (ba tian's river and the other include ,. 7j; J
r i." .' '3nsnnu ladies' slippers the bridge. This Bridge must be Phillip's Speeches, TV tier's Elements, Do. (eV, per day. J..25

i;r I. : 7 cases men's and boy's hats, assorted, 18 lect in the clear, aid if.the worm is Tales of My'Landlord", Sd Senes, '1 ton American castings, Breakfast, : .- 440

""' 1 case flannels, kersex s and fellings, known to destroy timber in that river, Scott's Lady of tile Lake, 1 do. English do. Dinner, .} '-'j;, 'f ,-. :75
! stout knit half hcse, nelts & cups .'. '
It It'1. case assorted to be built on stone columns-the shell- alker's Three Spaniards, 2 vols.Butler's 1 do swcies iron, 'Supper, .. -... .' ; Oll'orsere&l
cassimeres ,
cloths and ,
i 1 :, S cases Farmer's Manual < 'U I
stone ot the country, such as is procurednear 5 lunllesshectdo4 I
mixed and blue sattinetts, asbortcd '
f\' ,.. j I 1 case St. Augustine .Ii is expected that Barauld'sLcsso s 'With coloredjilate:, 2 do. steel, Do. per week, '-4.Ob

,J',....i. : made plan ofthc bridge"will accompany theroposal. Deppiu1rs E\'eniog's Entertainments, 20 kegs naib, assorted, 3d,4,&,8d, Do. ".' ,. Ier month, .:16'00\

: .! I 44cases-ready black and cotThngsuperfiflep, is E\\J1g'S fieogl'ar.1w, I Grl'gol'Y's I. gacy, lOd, 12ll, 20d. { ,... -: ', tSeth Soda
blue -
rr. ,: ;1' frock, coats,military] mixed do. blue, The road is to be opened sixteen feet Locke's & BaconS. Essaysllodgdon's 100. doz. knivesand'forks-. ,' -. : MobileN, 6v/lr-40-3l. ,t" i ,Jn JJ.j .'
-- -
f.!, coloured cloth and CASSI- wide: throughout, and all timber, brushwood Letters Linnet Song Book, 20 do. Pen and pocket knives- S o' .- : .

\ j.! black and sattinett do. silk, and other rubbish to be removed Life Franklin, Washington's Life, T'. 20 do.: 'Padlocks, J. Shinn's ,Parnl.cea." Isubscriberharin'dcov'ctjj
mere pantaloons
fAi :: from \Vatson's Philip 2d and 3d 2 ols.IlaV 6 do.coffee mills .
.;:J 'toilinei and cassimere vests, &c.&c. it. The stumps'areto be cut down r I : H E I
as low to the grouud possible.: All a' Life ofNet'tctL, l'utu r,.'. Life, I 10 do. brasscandlestjcks! & l.. I
as. ;
I ::4.. S: cases fancy goods, prints, cambrics, ajn 'co'irtpo itiodxrK? 't. 2S2 .
mQrdhyi iir', ground must be. 'Bcnaparte's Life, 10 do,pock'et books, .
i I fkncyrotTes, linen cambric cravats, swampy ., Panarecjbs nb\v'a'suppjy ilwf band ifcr'sale.
rj: causewayed with poles from 5 to 8 inches Astley's'Cooper's Lectures 1 do; i
1 'fine rish linens: bombnzettcs, gen pans* J HuHas-retfucetftti price'fnin
I;;}.. tlemen's fashionable cravats, fancy"workedrobesLadies' in diamet,at the smallest end,laid down Vcriicr'3 Mciiical Histories, # f 6.
.,., :!. .: silk bags black close and permanent. The causeways 'Mur4'sMatcria Meilica,. 1 box planes '.All cti2ritabIe'jnstitutiul1siii.tb .J1 t
,,. : stocks, &c. &c. al'cto: be fifteen feetfuide[ and secured Phillips Indigestion! 5 doz carpenter's hammers, States and : < ;

;; '. at each end with heavy riders firmly staked Baudelocque's Midwifery, 20 do.-giroblets, : Us. the.poor.will.ixc pli *'
S bales low price shirtings, : : : .' ,
j down. four Toller's Law of Executors .
Ditches feet wide and 6 to draw knives, IftfiecitL :
1 case good quills, i n o tiu > titi.
,t'iiit, three feet deep are to be dug on each side! Blackstone's Commentaries 4'vols. I 3 boxes No. 10'cotton cards, ; {l --. *
< 'I" I ASIa > ot the the dirt Bishop Home l'galns shot . towns will'hipiLnt aYrdgxMt, .to order tn?
t. : Ylr1t"t"ofot' *,. goods'in-store, such as Qusewa'slnd thrown up 0:1 tlje ,, : 20.bags ": '. dibtribnteithisjiiediciUetothe
i'1 1.T onto them, leaving it highest .in the cen Ial' hal's .Fdcn l'* Family" &c. &c.&c..IlII1 20'kegS 'powder, : )ob itjhiii
l tvt : blal1kets,'nr gr slices, wool hats, cotton t. '.i' f I' be supplied.,,, .,,.. t ,
,. tre. At intervals, in 'long ""* '-' i()
I 1 proper causeway f *- '
"" I'r.' c cards &c. &o.., '"Nov.'13th,1824. ,or through very wet ground, open together with -th? ,'slopk-}Ieretofire on .; :iiryl.trtink .laoas' -, .. 'IhiTeJicinc: df j tlie(; l i is 'C ''t'triil.! : ftt1cure

r. l log bridges must be in hand xniveand qtng !.s rses ":_Scrfif
(< : ,-. constructed them, composes a very *general 1. l e, .... ..' I'.. or KVagtJ'eVihltIte(1'or<'rt' !.
to let the and'will
water assortment of books,
'* through. Wljereany
pass ,
\ Fruii.and Orll meiltalT1'eJs} fine brogans.! throatIojtg s .nvUng rJW.ta l1)atic tt5ectl"cutaneous ,
J'' one causeway shall exceed one hundred sold at the'New-York prices for 'ca h-: "% 71
5 I, l '
package's dry goods,1 :( se syhi\ 'fiweJJiflffi
.' :'c1; IL4t yards in lengfhlt will be opened in Country Merchant*and public or private C 10 ". '* 25*
. .: diseases.or.the
.lk..1 : reams foolscap + I bonesandalleaes
die paper
I centre or at cach"distance of '100ards ) Libraries furuishc'd ,on the most liberal ;gne-
J. J : a mug.m. books ordered 10 d .WJW ( > ,as the case may be," to the width ot20feet terms,.and,such as are and "
t t '" a U for a distance of at"l ast 40 feet. are 'not on hand, .will be procured with'asIittl6 > 4 boxes wool hr.ts, _' : : yu-sejs; geueuuly' arsiignd b.
I UOP1UETOK of the Linnccah UotafljcLre4 ALSO-20 doz. Lee's'NVLonclmf ted co'ihtitulious, but,. '
\liienthc. swamps or other ground causewaycd tela t.as possib!-: Orders from, a Pills- : -uwm': tgW!>
, ,. :. f '. I -Garden;near New-York, offers to the shall be of such'a nktuixTas, nut toafibrddirrunHcient'td distance wilt e'as promptly atcnded to' j''N.. -. ALLEN., from sypluhs, 0:. affection .arising'there: *.

t\:; ( I, public his usual very extensive' Collection&jr '<>coVcr. the Causeway and meet With'"the same liberality as; a Tune'l5tli, 1824. fAN .. from, ulcers. in thc"/Jaryirc,.node* :kx.

: I. ;I Of Fruit and 'Ornamental it must be c'arted'piVto'them. personal application.W. : And that dreadful disease'occa ohed-V-

4 I*f Trees'Flowering: Shrubs ,a'nd It is contemplated. to Establish.a ftrry. HasellHunt. QlthiNrkcE.I long: ai\d,exqctoive .,u. eof, ;etpury, f"

' 9 .' ,Ie > I'lantsBulbous Flower}roots,. at.the Suwanee river,andJt will be 'required It IS.aO. i ,USeflI1jRUSeISeSOLtkhTLT...
4 19th' '
N and near one thousand' 4pecies _to'.build ftat'lliere 45 feet long v July 2824. To amend the ) linances :to rai i of l;ecrf House Plants-amongi'hicb are and 11 tect wide- according- to a plan in the City of Pensacola, passed I ;tf'havd, vfiflim'Vhe'Ust. two"f ears, Wan

L. the Olive, the Cinnamon, the C6ffvke,'the I: whch'shal'be furnished to the COi n'ac- i By Pel,l//a, Mayor tif the City of Pensacola 29th Deccmb r.1822, and 4th June last 6ppo'rtuni r'3f seeing-'s \vefal'Jtaa .

Green and Itohea Tea, the Black Pep 'er,. tor. All the other .brunches, streams, SECTION 1st very I n t ratculc rs; which;havftf ie*
. ,
&c iic. Catalogues' of'Editor which"of- this may be creeks, lagoons or rivers:stre to be ..bridged PROCLAMATION.partnrtnt Bt Untamed! by the Board of Alder- sistcd.previously the regular 'm des 4
L seen by calling on the paper ,:-If such stream, shall be less thaiv.tunfctt.wide the ireatmeitveveheaLed.bthieusecof'3IJ.,
\U7H EhEAS men'of City aforesaid That for the
for the who will 11 lJrcl..As.istan!
.. frWalll.nomptly, agent 'Proprietor any.< orders, left_wihhim. I the floor. With strong. Jog abutments' .fur .\ 'N aieiJcr.: u. S.:, Ar.mr. .n pl rsni present .)'earal(1 annually hereafter,, Swuim's what panacea.and I .do JjejKlTjoc? t
beams to rest and If more I h.veeei-t1it: if7.\vl.} a
Upon there :
Oct. 24-33-1f. .' \ ; fcc (;f the insh'uctiol1s ofthe\r Ie- shall be levied and collected on all .prove
than ten feet wide witli'Staunch frimc : ; houses and lots the important remedy in' '
iI -s- \ hao'lI ;3"'1':y made:over,'t9 Lhe property persons, sixoTttflis1vcerfk
bridges built upon trestle* arches,none Civil residing\Hthin the mercurial diseases. ,
'Authority of this corporate limits, a.tax .
\ corporation
: ot'wtticharc-tobe-more : p ''dIt'
than 1 feet i
anart. FYl\N/J :
! : ;Notice.' .three j buiMings! kno\vu. as the kitchens of o twenty-five cents.on each,one hundred /
None cl the nakin timbers the
ot the| block-houses, t\\o of which arc situated I dollars. of the'value thereof. PrcJ'i1lJfor.of:.tiUtOflLiC(4-j 1 .
| -
ridge.are to be less than 12 by 12 inches Physic in tht U.iiversity
SEL Q.lpenmJlv
: in Government b'trcct, and the : J6 further Qriku'ixd, Thatonfall
third l
4I : ; i&t.LL'p rsqns having Accounts openS squared a'nd hewed, nor"more than 14 : 1 r I; ,
0\ \'ilh I houses lots av.eetnP.l0) 1 Jb 1panac !
( ithm this
Square hiercforc'thjs awl -\v
.1 _.>:. with, the subscribers"'are desired to '16' inches : and ; i is to inform city or.
: by squared i its Swahoj \ IuuirousI1tances, itlit
except )
j come fp'ardand close die witnout the Citizens of Pensacola', that said jurisdictionrclaimed or owned by any ; "
: ing tle nud;ilfs which be of ljist"thivey -and .
delay Those having claims against the must logshetvn buildings are, from this late the public person or persons, not 'residing therein,' ; nave.awayThjflI.a I
L' on the upper and lower side, the I extreme ly-efficaciquV: j sC J
there shall be especTaliy'mdary
iwi1 them r.rope..tyofthis Corporation and thatthenbtcrials i levied and collected .a tax :, .
- ;4 ':. .please jjresent"' for pay. bark-taken off tile: other side??-and the of the same facing ;intended firI I of thirty-five,cents on each' one )hundred. 'sytAwlis' and niercunaf .!e ae1fS j .

ment.Ve log itself not 4esthan,twafeet-in diameter ., the Improvement) of this 'dollars of thevalue thereof. '*. no hesi'itiai$ in'prono n-cl1fg.it a Iedi11 !

i1. J roent. of hare.on hand,a'considerable" assort. -atnl-to'extend atlea! Tfpur feet 'at Board of Aldermen may direct City; it, as Is* for the SEe.1 :3d Ifeitfurther Ordained .That. (ixines1NJleyalue.., ._ jI',. IU .

: ; .: each! end beyond the exterior edge oftheiiprightW bidden to' any individual to destroy 'said, :on all Lawyers,'.Physicians andpersons .tl:1-%- rI- !,. GI n SON, ',}!. 7j.'-Vin'Mefri37. .t

J L .t flry: Goods, feet in the clear The'that bridges are.to be 12 buildings or to carry away any part of the l holding civil appointments under -the, "general -. .h, .Je.Qo"C.. .. f/Ul'3n1J.' > "' l.
Is,tWelve feet from :
territorial .
(iroccries materials, thereof ,under pain of,1 being or go\'cmmcntsr'except.: .qf..IeizigFt 'r
:1 t .. the exterior bides of the uprights at ths prosecuted according to law.. notaries'public and justices,of the peace, ':otl 'SI1UrN; 'Cb :, 't
'ut po.
1" Hardware Cutlery, cap sill. The flooring of the frame bridg The Polic officers; are particularly directed not beii',;lawyers, there shall be( levied Philadelphia, Feb. 1T.i32J131aiflfU. }
: I Queen's, Glass StoneJ& es to be of sawed plank three inches: attend to the strict execution and collected a ta'x"of five dollars. : N. For sale at ,Vmith wid.PewsdW*''! ;

: thickJThe' other bridges may be covered this pro luuation. SEC..4th. lie zt !further Ordained, -That t it;: corner of Third and Market-SJreets. ,

J Tin Ware, in with puncheons hewed to" three' inches Given under my hand and there shall be levied and collected on all l I I".achpubhisher of a neWSIapCi'iIVth ..- I i

g.. :ii \ which will be sold verv low for cath only. : firmly thickness.to the beams The whole at each to'end.be pintjefi. ,.. the seal of this Mayoralty, at dogs in thecity aforesaid, a tax of'fifty, nited States, is requested ,to P blicalt { .
Ko .
o- cents, which advertisement '.
Jas. Pctmcola Ihis'the 25th tai shall be paid by the once n..month.tor.on I
t :] Selby & Co I Ir ther.timber11 be admitted in ..die day .
:, 4 struction ... con- of October 1$4.. owner or owners' thereat and send their accounts for pay'v :
Fensacola.25thScpt. 1824 29. bridges except "J' ht wood" SEC. '
5th. lIe '
: 'P. further 'GnLiiriei
ALBA. rhat'the
or heart of some'other t
pine L'
or } S.E.r
\vood lA :
re. .i
the personal taxes
By MayorN. > mentioned in the 3d .
, H i ',' ; 'I'f 1ittiTI ; ago\\1tuA\ known lasting.to The-'bridges'be eqUally iird, durable be anJ. S. Pdrmantier and 4th.paragraphs of the 20 eection, ,also Maria Malta l ,"-LX'tx, of the .lasH -l :

.t F '. ,," A SILVER SVGAUBOWL& CREAM : high as that no part thereof from bank built so to -- Sec'ry of.the, Board of Aldermen. in'tfie the 5lh tax':on paragraph sword canes'&c.'of the'same meulioned' .-will-and,.testament,deceased.V3. .of, Jajmellitrcclo -"'o" i" \

: ,, .' PITCH Ell m battered and bro- jiahk. shall evet.be exposed :to danger -.. of the OnUiiance of sc9tion : :1'., .
the .
rJ1e'ner from the I Mayoralty ('Iensaco1'a.tiI1ihLJa 4thiof"June'Iabt' t- .
) : : ken- Is requested to call, efj'rctof the highest,freshets. are hereby repealed. .,t" FranescdGArrotoanapran. ; ;

,VPthtO\'proxfty, 'pay -expenses and 'takc ,( ftadrstau>clt ha .tJr aj j.ilLbeC.- ... pricQ .ot-* Flour being thus day'at SKC.. .th. Jie jtfurther Qrdahfal \ : ci o. teJont s ltors.of -/ .'/5 ,'" ';
articles., Quired talhe Such IS&O barrel Jrlf '
bridges. small ? pec according
i brancjie )- the Francisco
'v .
.. 1 as never"deep' enough .Tariff, the Bakers must give the .taxes on alayes: tJ.ql! saddle borses'irig S r Caso Luengo t> 4, "* {...C
j 1.B6uquet. freshens during and four wheel'carnages deceased, aiIdPpanciso ca1 :
: -
t shall be
Nov.'l9tb'.. I824.-.3&tf to.obsU'uctcarriages in passing,:and.hare enbkuI:15dvs36! ounces of bread ,fora and collected in raised'' so Y. Luengu-sokheir.J, .?t M L.dF
t : rn1.andy bottoms with bit. ., conformity to the Ordin I. ;.
'it' .
firm panksf-may ; "
of > virtti execution
ance the'2 9th Y ,
be,cut down and left as fords,tut in this .;-i ; ,. : pf December 1822, all 1 t
t iI : I ::1J4NK reserve to tlf ; 1. : r. A1ha,3Iayoi; subsequent provisions to the' D 1 shall procee'd tosell J ..,J :

1/i, ., i : .1, fJ UISr" ed, fQr aI;1ti e P-e co. .cigving> the,my road. todecide the( right wicther1hey vhen re .OL23jT1824..1. . 0 p'., i, ., .notwithstanding.' ; Contrary: AOOTlON/; n' ,ihefirst. u' \r
; ,
SEC. 7th. March iK Lrn/front CfthCOUILboursj'5L:
1 00 left
tr I' 'A.feW'it e d opN ,':" ', ".. : ,. ought Bpecial t instructions( have?:teen-bridged.as ,to the ..manner or.. not.--ofpening.the : y.n H ASP:tL. :HUNT. \ : That all'and every provision'of further '0rdain! Ordi i in this. 'city'le w'eeh'thc-.: ,- :;

r : ,? ? 0.7' .' road &; and ; ( WILL dKiwtcieech, bills of sale, 'pow-, nances of the 29h{ .;f December,1822.apd" .f.. "d'iF' ; 4 "-' .'i'j
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