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: February 12, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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PUBLI9HEP ETEUT &ATCIID4T. A'name, Mike endeared to :I of the Union, so vastly ,e.n- fiom; the persons having the I : '
highest should
li AS ii I I I ,L I li U NT I IKJS since ; the realization of those government, always be ; 't
W. us, emerged J i' on number, not exceeding two, on made by Congress, and before the 'I r
KDITQR AND PROPRIETOR / forest which then! hes, even beyond 'ctt'rjfehunian"" thc. ILHQI those. voted fop as President public. The ("I u8 "of the delay in .
]'ubliaher-of the Law of the United Slatrt.i In one respect, you t; ctation, and upon he:' almost the House of Representatives presenting these claims, will be t :, i
Subscription! i Five dollar* a ttec'xt.yi a YuBY (ul'lance. -,,i altered, and that is in I: : prospects we can with cer shall' choose, h} ballot, and explained to the committee to ; CI),; -
Advertisements tps': Uff'1
| menl, of continued anticipate. under such rules
I as they agree whom the
may be refer- t
twelve lines or tinder for subject may : i 1
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Uol\ar the ileac an"ertiol1-etch every subsequent 11ser- I i: bcrty, and of ardent a Permit me, Mr. Speaker, and on, the President. But in red. It will, 1 presume, be made .' :
lion 1- InO cnts. / I: !profound :jjraiiiude to y j of the Iloits? of Repre choosing the President the votes apparent that it was inevitable! ; .i l'
Single papers twelve and;a half cents. ed friend,the father of i \'loS, to join: to the expres shall be taken b)' states, the Representation that from the circumstances i
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and to illllstl'i i of those sentiments, a tribute from each f
---'-- try, Four state having attending each case, Con- .II' :
O L G1B ates, in the held and in r lively ?;rat"nude, affectionate one vote ; a quorum for this purpose gress alone could cJecide! on it ; and t 4}r
...:c':0 net, for the \ : and profound: lespeci." shall consist of a member or that from considerations of delicacy ;.:i'
., HOUSE OF .HJpKiSliNTATlVES.Friday which surround us, and I r the General- and the mem.' members from two-thirds of the it would have been highl improper "ttJ,

Dec. lOfA', 1824. ry privilege of I had resumed their seats, and states, and a majority of all the for me to have sought it : ,
Mr. Condict of N. Jersey, moved which I now exercise pause: occurred, n slates shallbe necessary to achoice. from Congress at an earlier period 1 i

that a messenger! be sent to the I timent, now fondly ch lro Milchrll, the or&a af he And if the House of Representatives than that which is now proposed ; ;: ::. .
Senate of the United States, inviting more than ten millions I itlce reception,' moved an shall not choose a President, -the expiration of my term in rx. ,
that body to attend in the : will be transmitted, : I : nt. whenever the right of ehoice shall this high trust. Other cohsidlol'a:1: f f

Chamber of Representatives at 1 vigor, down the_ tide of he motion was agreed to, and!I devo.ve upon them, before the sions appear to me to operate with ,#t
o'clock, to-day, on the receptionof the countless millions house was adjourned to :\1011-1'fourth day of March nextfollowing great force, in favor of the measure 'f'
General La fa}'ctte. destined to inhabit this then the Vice President shall which I now propose. A citizen '

Seats were accordingly ordered to their I latest posterityTo :i i Speaker then descended act as President,. as in the case of; who has long served his :j' ; .
fur the rnenbers or the Senate, who which address l I the Chair, and most affec the death or other constitutional{ country, in its highest trusts, has .

shortly after entered, and took the fayctte replied in a i I b" saluted the General. Ha disability of he President. : a right, if he has served with fidelity + ;

places assigned them.RECEPTIG.Y energy of character and mplc was followed by the "The person having the, greatest to enjoy undisturbed tran o t
OF Ibl}:1I-ET1'E. of feeling were most bers of the House, individu ,
: number of votes as Vice President quillity and pcact in his retire .j' a
At 1 o'clo. \, according to previous blended, to the and some time was sprnl in r shall be the Vice .President,, nt. .1,

arrangement, General LAFAYETTE I I ''Mr. Spanker and {I agreeable. manner, before the it such number be one-third; of the do';unless his conduct, in all pccul : Ii'

tile Commi'tee appeared of uver.ty-four attended! by I. House cf Representatives: & retired. whole numuerul Electors appointI niary concerns, shall bq pfaced, by ',: 1
While the People I ; and if two persons have a severe scrutiny, on a basis not to : t
members of tits House of Representatives t nitru States and their Tuesday, Jan.. 4; "
greater number than- one-third, be shaken. This, therefore, forms 1. lj
and was introduced to Hrnrrseutatives. in Saunders of N C. offered, then such person as may have the a strong motive with n-e for the 'il J}
the House by Mr. Mitchell, deigned to make a brief explanation, the fol. highest number ; and if, 'no person 'nquiry which 1 now invite. The a r! 1

Chairman of the Committee. of ttie American \ proposition : has one-third .of the,whole number public may. also, derive considersble.a : JI'
On the General's entry, the fy in his person their e &c. That the follow of Electors: appointed, then, from !: vlntage from the precedent, .
Members and persons admittedon joint services and amendment to the Constitu in. the future of
the movement the
; two highest; 4Wmbtrs'o the government. :r: 1.t
the floor of the House, rose, ment to the principle of the United States, be pro- list It known that
the Senate shall choose the :. being, 4 i ":
and remained standing 1 uncovered. we have hail the honor d to the Legislatures; of the Vice President! ; a quorum for the uch scrutiny was made in my t: 1 i

Mr. Speaker then rose, and, in bleed, I am proud States ; which, when rati purpose, shall ec lBi.st.of: two-thirds case!-it may: form a new and strong 11 i : '
behalf of the House addressed tliENation's
share those by three-fourths thereof, shall ,of the,whole uumberJVof. : .Senators, barrier, against the abuse of thepublicconfidence -
Guest in the! ,1,: : 1
following eloquent -
with my dear \ part of th- said Constitution, and in future.
a'majority-of! the whol'number :'
slra adorned by those panions-yet, it would That for the purpose of choos' shall ;1
\,beineressary to a choice. l"i
graces of oratory for which he is part, uncandid and un a President, and Vice Presi, i.. I ',.1'
";But ho siituiio alI Zo''t'. U
person con Washington, .
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distinguished of
to acknowledge the United States each. ,It
41 GENERAL :-The House ofRepresentatives in those testimonies my Pt shall undivided by the Le.- ')ineligible; ,the office I -;:ol.:'President o .' i 0 .,... ,.b f1
of the United shan: .'''be'eligible to. thatc of the Committee Claims' In r ; ,1
as they excite in my thereof into a number of : on t. s
States, impelled alike by its own Vice President of the United the'case of William Ramblewith 1
tions which no \. equal to the whole .u'nf-' : a i I "
feelings and by those of the whole could express. of Senators and Representa' States. < f" bill for his relief J h

American People, could not have My obligations to toi which such State may be The resolution was twice read, Made December??) 1824. : t I,

assigned to me a moie gratifyingduty States, sit, far exceed 'in the Congress of the .U., and referredto the committee of The Committee. on Private ,Land f f I,
than that of being its organto might claim. They Each District shall be. the whole on the state of the-Union, Claims, to whom was referred {: .:
present to you cordial congratulations time when I have had to whom 'other resolutions on the "" """IT* **#- ,It
as nearly as may beot"1 the petition and documents of i: i,:11
upon the occasion of your ness to be adopted as a ) guous_ Territory, and snail same subject have been referred. "jgtYilIiam
recent arrival in the United States, X/JursdaY"ltln ;6.. Hambley, have had the 1 ,
dier, & favored ::son of in compliance with the wishes of They'have'' been to vote, as nearly equal as cir The Speaker laid before r the same,under(} consideration, and ::1', "f t!

Congress,'and to assure you of the during almost half a \vill Permit House the following message from report : >j!', 01.:

very high satisfaction which your constant affection and And on such day as Congress the President, which was laid on The petitioner represents, that, ;t.;.1' .1'.
presence affords in this early theatre and now, sir, thanks to l tctcrrnuie, which day 1haH the table, and. ordered to be printed in the year 1817, he inhabited and .

of your glory and renown. gratifying invitation, I same throughout( the United;, : cultivated a tract of land, Mtuaicd :,U,
Although but few of the members greeted by a series of s, tier citizens of each btate, To the Senate and House of on the Appalachicold river, in Florida i< ,.,
who compose this body shared one .hour of which \ I may be qualified 10 vote for a Representatives of the United States, amidst dangers and difficulties b-V';
with you in the war of our revo- than compensate for } :! ve in Congress, hall As the term ot rny service it ; that he continued thereon :f'l!'I"

lution, all have a knowledge from fai'hful, from ertions and sufferings I'c at :such places within their this high trust will expire at the until the 22d day of February, li.i.:11',\\I:; ,

impartial historyor life I : 'c Districts as the Legis end of the present session of Con- 1819, by which he became entitled l
tradition of the the f.
perils, sufferings '* The approbation : of each State shall appoint, gress, I think it proper to invite to the benefit of the act of the 26th 0 '.;j y t
and the sacrifice, which >ou rican people and their i in such manner as such Le- your attention to an object very interesting of May 1824, entitled "An act :s: ,
voluntarily encountered, and the tires,, for my conduct shall direct, shall vote to me, and wnich, in the granting donations of land to certain :k4 '.N.l'
signal services, in America and in, vicissitudes of the ( one person as Elector! of Pre movement of our Government, is actual settlers, in the li eri'ito- r';U

Europe, which you performed for volution, is the hi F I and Vice President ; but no I deemed, on principle, equally interesting rv of Florida ;" that, by a treaty vi : 'j
an infant, a distant, and an alien could receive. Well :or Representative i or per : to lt"e pubiic. 1 have been made with the, Florida Indians ,on :.I.rj r'

ptiople ; and all feel of and own yhe f firm and erect," I holding an office of trust or, long in the service of ruy country the 18th of September, 1823. the 'j' t:

very great extent the obligationsunder names, and by you, Mr. I: uiider' the United States, and in its most difficult conjunctures said tract of land was granted to ; .:
which you have placed our am declared to have, in [ be :appointed an Elector. as well abroad as at home, one of the chiefs of said Indians : -,r : 't r
country. But the relations in stance, been faithful I The electors appoiuted shall in the course of which 1 have hada wherefore. the _petitioner prays : f
which f
have '
- United you States ever, stood to the [ merican principles{ of t at such place in their respect control over" the public moniesto that an act may pass giving him ia 1 :Ao
\ interesting have and important qu\H/y, and true social stales as the Legislature there- a vast amount.- If, in the I authority to locate, elsewhere, a. :
constitute as they the only motive been, do of not the devotion to which, as i direct, and on such a day course of my service, it shall appear -I tract of land equal to the one of

and admiration which from my earliest youth ,; }' be appointed by Congress, on the most severe scrutiny, which he has been deprived.The .
House respect entertains for Your continue to be to m'la day shall be the same which I invite, that the public have petitioner, to entitle him- ,
you. 14 You have been pl the United States and sustained loss of
of ; any by any act self to the benefit: of the provision
consistency your u- Speaker, to allude to e of the non-.auenih nre of mine,, or of others for which I of the act to which he refers, filed,
t1 form deVotion to regulated liberty felicity{ of my situation' one of the electors,from death, ought to be held responsible, I am with the Board of Commissioners
in all vicissitudes of
a long ter so long an absence, ', inability, or other cause, willing to bear it. If, on the other sitting Pensacola- his petition
and arduous life also commandsits
to witness. the 1nm ns vacancy of such elector shall bane, it shall appear, on a view of and proofs. They inform him
highest During ments, the admirable c such manner as the Le the law, and of precedents in other that the evidence which he had ,,;
all the recent convulsions of Europe tions, the prodigious c, of the respective states cases, that justice has been with- exhibited: of habitation and cultivation l

amidst, as after the dispersion which we find an (,' dirccl. The whole number of I held from me, in anj instance, as prior to, and on the 22d. of ,

of, every political storm, the City, whose name ;:shall then vote, for Presi- 1 have believed it to be in many, February, 1819, was such as to entitle t
people of the United States have rated Palladium ; in I and Vice President, one of and greatly to my injury, jt is submitted him to a certificate of confirmation ; "

c\er beheld you true to your old I the grandeur and pr f at least, shall not be an in- whether it ought not to be for 640 acres of land ; but, 1 :
principles, firm and erect;cheering these happy United ; of the same State with rendered. It is my \\ ish that all as the land on which he had settled '. ;; r .
and animating with yourvell- at the same time they ; they shall name in matters of account and claims, be- had been reserved by the trea- .: ': ;,

known voice, the votaries of Liberty the complete assertion I ballots, the person voted for tween my country and myself, be ty with the Florida Indians, for '1
its faithful and fearless can independence, l'efl ent, and in distinct bai- settled with that strict regard to the use of one of the chiefs, they :
champion, ready to shed the last part of the world the the person voted for as Vice justice which is observed in settlements felt unwilling to allow him a cer i ;i
drop: of that blood which, here you superior political civili l ; and they shall make between individuals in tificate. These facts are disclos r\J\

\0 freely and nobly spilt in the What better inc: ,lists of all persons voted private life. It would be graiifyitig I ed by a voucher furnished by the ll S ,t

same holy cause. given of a persevering as President, and of all persons to me, and it appears to be. Board of Commissioners them'J'J f l':
u The vain wish has been sometimes liberty, when those l b fur as Vice President, and of just, that the subject should be selves. I

indulged, that Providence evidently the result of number of votes for each, now examined, in both respects, As the committee i s fully satisfied ;1:
Would allow the Patriot,after death resistance to o PPressi list they shall sign and cer with a view to a decision hereafter. the facts stated in the petition +
to return to his and to institutions founded and transmit bill would it is I :
country on sealed to the go- No presumed are supported by proof, a bill, is : .t
contemPlateZheintermediate chants of man and the Rrpuhl of the United States, di- be presented for my signature, herewith reported. fn
which had taken place-to ple of jelf-government.) to the President of the Sen which would operate either for or [This Bill directs that there be : ,
View the forests felled, the cities .Speaker, posterity has I ; the President of the Senate against me, and I would certainly granted to William Hambley, of f'l tt.r
bUilt, the mountains levelled, the forme-since, in the s in the presence of the Senate sanction none in my favor. While the Territory of Florida, a tract of !:

canals cut,the highways construct- companions and friends House of Representatives, o- here, I can furnish testimony,applicable six hundred and forty acres, of ill if'l'
1 ed,the progress of the arts, theadvance same public: feelings, a } all the certificates; and the to any case, in both views, land, to be located on any unap r'

meat of learning, and the me to add the same shall then be counted ; the which a full investigation may require propriated land in the Territory aforesaid ,",I.

Increase of population. General, my behalf, which I ha having ihc grcatest number ; and the committee to whom ; and fur which, upon t : :.
your present visit to the United I happiness to experien s for President, shall be Pre- the subject may be referred, by reporting exhibiting ,to the Commissioner of i 1H:
States ii the realization of the condoling fathers J if such number be one-third facts now, with a view toa'decision the General Land Office a certificate fl
object of that wish. You Sir, have been al whole number of lectors after my retirement, of survey, he shall be entitled I !W

re.il1 the midst of posterity E- years ago before a ted ; and if two,persons have will allow time for further, infor- to a patent : I'rc-uitcJ, That if !
Very 'vhere you must have been Congress of thirteen I number than one-third, mation, and due consideration of such location be not-made prior to ;:
: truck with the great changes, press the fond wishes such person as may have the aII.matters relating thereto Settlements a surveyofth publIc'Jau.dsln;; said ::1
1 Physicaloccurred and moral), which have rican heart. On this t number; and if no. person I with a person in this Territory it snail be .l bounded by t 11,

since you left us.-Even the honor, and enjoy t one-third of the whole num- : trust.,: ,which l could!: not be made sectional lines.] I'!I ;

.. ibis- very city, bearing venerated I to congratulate the '1'I I of Electors appointed* then ,with. the.fr*'accbnntlng offi"ersof the (See Fourth P' "c.) ; 0 ,1 1'1


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'.f.. General f Lafayette farm .4 in for debt: was rejected. SATURDAY, FEB11UAUY "

.1"4 1 i t 8oara:-A French writer recom i-Vance?-Idem.Petersburg IN SENATE. House of Representatives. 182i

: i}. {: mends the use of potatoes, three- I Va. Theatre.This Monday, Jan. 10. llondayJan. 10. Governor DUVAL has left 1 l0 rl.

:' 1: fourths boiled, as a substitute for elegant !building, which cost the I Mr Barb pr from the committee On motion of Mr. Gurley of da for Washington City, and will
, ;. We readers subset ibers S:5,?00, was Foreign Relations, to whom :
.. soap. can assure our Original i on Lou. it wasResolved return via Kentucky, from whence
. #' sold the 18th ult. under a decree several petitions on the subjectof
experience, on
'I'' from long personal the That the committee I he expects to be
.A ': that boiled potatoes cleanse the of the Court of Chancery ', for piracies were referred, reporteda on roads and canals be instructed I'! family.In: accompanied bhis

:-;: hands as thoroughly and easily as 2,750 dollars.-Id. I bill for the suppression of piracy to inquire into the expediency of

'. common soap?> they prevent the Philadelphia, Dec. 28.--.lt w is in in the West In ies. The bill was canal from Lake Pone .
cutting a
"a,, Thafis in the winter season, and contemplation to establish'I a line :I twice read, and, on motion of Mr. chartrain :o communicate with the answer to a suggestion ma!Jc

"s keep the skin soft and healthy. of Strain Boats and Stages, between Barbour, made the order of the Mississippi at or near New-Or- by a correspondent in our last, wo

'" Medical Inttllig lIctr. this city and Norfolk, by day for Thursday next.Tuesday leans. are requested to state, that a gentleman .

;- '*. Births Extraordinary.Mrs.Law which a direct communicationwill I Jan. H. On motion of Mr. Taylor of N. of this place waited

.>, ,> wife of Sam. Law, journeyman be opened between Ithe two MI Holmes, (Maine) from the Y. it was Gen. Call, while he was in this on
shoemaker 53 Catharinestreet' places, in 36 hours. The time : comet tee on the Judiciary, to
Resolved, That the committeeon last and
l enquired
New-York, made her husband now lequired for a passage' is 72 whom \\as referred so much of thePresideut's the Judiciary be instructed to ly whether ht
be candidate
, i a present of three fine boys, hours. message as relates to examine and report to this House a : election .
I informed 1 he Grand Lodge of Maryland reported a bill to to Congress ; and that he
i who, with their mothere are that subject, provide whether any, and if any, what fur- re.
+ are all doing well. lately gave a splendid dinner, to Lafayette for l he (security public money ther legislative proceeding is necessary ceived for answer, that "he (Gen.

S'. The judgment of the Court of at Baltimore, on which oc* I in the hands of Clerks of for the impartial administration Call) had intended to decline, but

, r. Quarter Sessions, in Philadelphia, casion. he gave the following toast : courts, Attorneys and Marshals, of Justice in the territorial that from the business which
of Nancy James, who The memory of an illustrious their deputies which was ha
in the case and ; of the United
.'" was indicted and sentenced to be Patriot and Mason, Ge.i. ftie :o- passed to a :second reading.Mr. governments was convinced must remain unfinished .

( ducked as a common scold, was i May the day soon come when the Benton from the committeeon States. Tuesday Jan. 11. at the end of his term, he

reversed by the Supreme Court, : anniversary of his martyrdom win Indian affairs reported a bill to Mr. Crowninshield from the deemed it for 'the interest of his

.' !V on the ground that no law of Penn- : be celebrated in Spain, so as to a- authorise the President of the United committee on Naval affairs, reported constituents that he should go a-
lvaniacitherstatuteorconmon, tone for the base and ferocioub : States to cause a road to be
; s and should
; ) bill providing an addi- gain, therefore
, a serve if
i. of the celebration of the "ear. Western
t. warranted the sentence Present> marked out I from the tional force and other additional reelected.The .
;' fit court belo'V. Judge Duncan considered ([[The execrable tvr 'nt who frontier of Missouri to the con means for the suppression of piracy .
: that this inhuman and barbarous wears the crown of Spain i has ordered fines of New Mexico.Mr. read twice and
V4 part of the English common the anniversary ()ft the da! Johnson of Louisiana, submitted ; which was New Laws.The people ia
ordered be
to printed.
' i law had become obsolete; on vhich Riego was executed, to the following resolution for this vicinity are singularly situated

that, at all events. it had never be observed as a kind ofj jubilee.] consideration. [This bill appropriates 500,000 as to laws ; we have had a list -

'bi-en brought to this country b). Hudson and Delaware Canal.On .- Resolved, That the Committeeon for the more effectual suppressionot of those lately enacted, and ort

.' our ancestors ; that it was incompatible the 7th inst. books will, be opened Naval Affairs be instructed to piracy:i '
Jan. 12.Mr. old ones which are continued
Wednesday, ii
habits at Goshen and Kingston, for of
i, with their humane I inquire into the expediency
of N. Y. offered the force in which included
Taylor are but
of .
: as wtll as with the enlightened the purpose receiving subscriptions purchasing a steam ship or vesselof avery

.. maxims of civil policy introduced to the stock of the Hudson large size, capable of carrying a following : : small proportion of those by _

into Pennsylvania by WILLIAM and Delaware Canal Company.. great number of men and boats, Resolved, That the committeeon ,: which we were formerly governed;
lands be instructed
PZXN ; and that, even if the punishment NewYorkPaJier.\ to be employed on the coast of public but we have not been favored witha

11 formerly inflicted upon common The Canal to form' a Navigable! Cuba and in the Gulf of Mexico, fo-' to inquire into the expediency fornonpayment of sight of the acts by which
law that sales wear
Lake Erie providing by
'r' scolds had ever obtained here, Communication between
the suppression ofcpiracy.
4 of laid now' to be guided so that
by au-
I taxes ; we
: 4 it had, l by implication, been repealed and,Lake Ontario, on the Can- Mr. Kelly submitted the following may
.: by the general spirit of our ada side, was commenced on the motion for consideration ; tho.'jayof the territorial governments subject ourselves to prosecutionsor
; in
f, mild penal code.-[Nat Int. 30th of Nov. Thath Committee on the Judiciary shall not take place a even the gallows, without being

i' Melancholy.-An altercation took The present Mail route from. I I be;instructed to inquire into shorter period than one year after conscious that we are offending

.+I place:: in Loudoun county some days Washington to New Orleans is I he expediency of prohibiting the same shall become allowed payable for; the laws !
I shall be
: -- since, between capt. Beatty and 1380 miles. The actual distanceof the Legislature of the Territories that one year Last
..: Dennis M'Cariy, both of that,coun I the 4 4is two cities is 940. ,The mail of the United States, from taxing redemption upon payment of a Monday was day o'
not exceeding 50 per cent. which, under the old law the Feb-
in and it penalty
1 ty, when the latter drew a dirk now carried 24 days, lands, held or claimed by unconfirmed -
., knife and stabbed capt. Bcatty in can be: carried in eleven i I! British, French, or Spanish on the amount of lux. That the ruary term of the County Court
of the General Land
several places so severely that he Louisville, Ken. Dec. 4.'Ve ,titles, and of limiting the amount Commissioner was to be held, and the Honorable
died in short time. They were notice ;nothing of'moment or general Office, or other proper officer of
a of tax that may be imposed by i the Justices of the County who reside .
brothers-in-law, and both men of concern in the proceedings of such on other lands the government, residing at the city I #
Legislatures. in the
'families. M'Carty; fled, but was the Legislature.'The trial] of Judge of residents and of regulatingthe Washington, authorised country accordingly
non left their farms and
.a ,apprehended near this place last Robbins is still progressing,: before time and mode of redemption to receive the tax and penalty from to ate

: 'week and conveyed back to Lou- the committee of the l ouse. A of lands sold for such taxes, and non-resident owners, which he lend Court ; when,lo'! on their arrival

: doun county.-Alexandria Herald. majority of the voters of Montgomery also of prohibiting, under suitable shall deposit in Bank to the creditof here, there was no Judge of

: i A stage from Boston for Con county, (in which the penalties the Governor of any the proper territorial office and the old court, and the Judges of
cord, N. H. was overturned nears Judge'' resides,) have instructed such Territory, and Secretary, make to him quarterly returns of the new one had only received

t' Charlestown, and precipitated o- their representatives, who were acting as such, from practicinglaw the sums thus deposited, and thata their commissions without know.
o : \er. a bank of eight or ten feet perpendicular the movers of the charges against in of the courts thereof. limitation be fixed upon the a-

:: ,' : height. The carriage him, to abandon their prosecution. any Wednesday, Jan. 12. mount of lax to be annually assess- ing the law under which they were

; was literally dashed to pctces, but and vote. in favor of his honorable The Senate proceeded & con- ed upon each quarter section of to act Of course no court wai

.'I'j. j the passengers escaped unhurt. acquital sider the, motion submitted yesterdaY land in the territories, which was held, and the gentlemen from_ _.th.

I Nat. Gaz. The three New-York ,boys at a by: Mr. Kelly, to instruct adopted. country returned home, doubtful

,i ; 1 The lion. Ambrose Spencer hast birth are as nearly alike:'us is pos- the Committee on the Judiciary to Thursday.Tan. 13. when they' be called to
been unanimously re-elerted Mayor sible for them to be, very handsome into the expediency of Mr. Hemphill from the committee may upon
I I inquire pro- attend and hold
: of Albany for the current year. and weigh each nine pounds. ,the of the on roads and canals_ reporteda a court.
I Legislatures
I' bill to provide an additional It is stated that the laws
, ; jiccidcnts.-On the 8th inst. thehouse They-have been named WASHINGTON Territories from taxing certain appropriation new
:' of Mrs. Horton, of Marion LAFAYETTE and MONROE.It lands and thereto. to complete the public are enacted so as to take effect
District,S. C. with all her furniture has been recommended that Tliursday. 13. road from Pensacola to St. Au- From their date ; they were passed

j, was destroyed by fire ; two of her. the Proprietor of every new book Mr. Chandler submitted the gustine in the Territory of Florida December, 1824, and it is im-
,' children perished' in the flames. give 'one copy to each State in the resolution ; which was read twice, com-
i I : .
following possible that be
they can
the 9th instant would be mitted and ordered to be printed.Mr. published
n tf !i At Georgetown Union. This in many, of
: Resolved That the Secretary
in book form until the. first oi'May
f". ; the negro house of Mr. ) illiam ptrhapa most cases, requiring the war be directed to cause to be Hemphill from the same
.: ; C. Davis, was burnt down rout of I poor to give to the rich. made and laid before the Senate, committee, reported a bill autho- 1825, at least five months after
:,. 5 slaves who slept iu the building, And would be an Irish' mode, ofencouraging be, an abstract of rising the laying out and openingof they will have been in force It
as soon as
only one escaped from the flames. genius and: l literature. the Rules and may Regulations for the a public road from St.Mary'sriver is said that" Lex non cogit ad imJposaibila *
4 On the 10th inst. as William Better advise each state, to authorise to the Bay of Tampa, in the "
Field Exeicise and-\1 anre u ves of yet the above is a correct
Down of Long-Island, was returning the purchase of a dozen copiesof Territory of Florida ; which was I
the and the General Re-
: from Flushing to his residence : each work. : read twice, committed and orderedto picture ; and the law must
of the of the U-
the horses took fright and There is considerablestir,; amongthe nited States, insuch Army a manner as be printed. force to impossibilities or we have

ran away. The waggon comingin 'Militia of Maine, from a deter- shall be best adapted to the use of Friday,Jan. 14. an interregnum of five months ifl
contact with Mr. [3. was have The laid before the
a post mination to a new system. the militia of the United States. Speaker our government.We .
thrown from the and so have House communication from the
waggon Some propose to the Arms a
Resolved, That the Secretary of have endeavored to obtain
much injured, that he survived buta found by the State, and :the Militia Commissioners at Pensacola, accompanied -
War be directed to to the
few hours. report I authority to publish the laws,as is
i paid for training.-A general Military by an abstract of claims
Senate, as soon as be, the
Jr. Spectator. Convention is to :be held at number of divisions to land in West Florida, founded usually done, in our paper,but,
brigades, regiments -
Leather Sheathing. is a little Portland.-Boston Pa'. battalions and on habitation and cultivation, between having failed to do so, MC shall* if

t,J extraordinary that Dr. Mitchell or Much debate has occurred in of militia, of the United companies States, ac- the 22d February, 1819, and possible, obtain a copy, and ,J7

": ""i i some other person at New York, the Legislature of Virginia, on cording to the last returns from 17th July, 1821, which was laid some of the most important beforeour

: : has not given a particular account the subject! of permitting a man tomarry the several States in the Union. on the table'alid ordered to be information
readers for their
:: I of the result of the experiment as his deceased: wife's sister. printed.On ,
Monday.,Jan. 17.
r to Leather Sheathing for Vessels, The yeas and nays were taken- motion of Mr. Van Rensse- gratit.
I Mr. Mills from the select
which when announced com-
' as having and were, yeas 87, nays 108. laer, it wasResolved
; *,. 1 I commenced, attracted much attention Mrs. Decatur' has presented. to mittee to whom the subject was That the committeeon We are informed by a friend,

I in Europe; as well as Ameri Congress a memorial: claiming referred, reported a bill appropriating l\lllitaryAffairs be instructedto that we have been honored with i
.. the of 86000 for the
; I ca.Ve have heard that the sum
experiment for
.. compensation property lost in inquire into the expediency of Mercantile
of Peale's notice in the Mobile
,, r failed', and that {purchase Equestrian
more the blowing up of the Philadelphia authorising and directing the Secretary fa*
Ii barnacles were found on the leather frigate at Tripoli ,Portrait Washington, which of War to cause to b? pre Advertiser ; not having been

than on the wood, where ex The Law of South-Carolina, in was read twice. pared, for the use of the militia of voted with a sight of that pap f

11 posed. If this is true, to prevent relation to Debtors and Creditors, Mr. King of Alab. from the the United States, a compendiumof for the-la t four weeks, we are un-

zt.J'' unnecessary repetitions, it should has been so far meliorated as to committee Public Lands, reported the discipline and drill of the able to judge whether it is worthy
; be given on some authority. the bill to confirm certain
exempt Females from! arrest fur army of the United States. should be the "
t Boston Palladium. claims to lands in the Western of any reply ; but we
Debt under
a ca. sa. : Mr. Storrs offered the following ,
; Lafayette. appears, by calculating :A bill has been introduced into District of Louisiana," without a- resolution, which lies one day on only person concerned in them

={ t compound interest on the Congress for limiting kite numberof mendment.The the table : we shall not trouble our readers

sum (g 140,000) expended by Gen. exchange papers of printers to Senate then resumed the Resolved, That the President of with any thing'further on the sub

J4 Lafayette in the service of our ifty. consideration of the bill to abolish the United States be requested to ject.

country, during the revolutionary Perez Anthony, convicted of imprisonment for debt, and the communicate to this House such

k war, thatthat sum, invested in six murder on the high seas, was lately bill having been read the third parts of the correspondence between We observe in the National J outaa

*tt per cent stockin'83, would now executed in Boston. time, the question was put, <( Shall the governments of the U- extracted from the New-York N3t' t

!.i yield him-nearly one million and a Died.-In Keene, N. H. Mrs. this bill pats 2" nited States and Spain, relative to Advocate, a communication ,to tb!;

't,' half of dollars. Hannah Wheeler, aged One Hun After much discussion, the the piracies committed in- the- vie puttee of public lands,signed A.B. oJ..
* The Washington Correspondent dred and Threw years, and who question was put and determinedin cinity of the dominions Spain contains a ,'ery'incorrect account ** UJv

of the New-York Commercial had seen more years \than any other -. the negative, by Yeas and Naysas in and near the Gulph_of Mexico, proceedings of the commissioners in Flo-
< Advertiser, after announcing the inhabitant of the ;town. Mr. follows : as it may not, in his opinion, be nda. The propensity. of some : -nnrifl*

w;' passage of the bill making provision N. Blake who died 15Y! ears since, YEAS-Messrs. Barbour, Ben- I improper to communicate.Mr. and malicious scribblers to write fal1e"

for Gen. Lafayette, stales :- wanted a few months: of 100. ton, Bouligny, Branch, Eaton, I Beecher moved that the hoods to Washington is invincible,, deco't(

"A movement was in operation against -' In Newton, Mass. Abigail Ea- Findlay, Holmes of.Miss. Jackson, I House take up the following reso- tion and exposure appear to have nO

.,' ; this grant from a quarter guer, aged 101.Fire.Part. Johnson of Ken. Johnson of Lou. lution. feet on their disposition for mi>>repttsent-

.. 1.,1 which none would believe, if an of the Nitre Hall King of Alab. Lloyd of Mass. Low- Resolved, That the Presidentof ation.
... ,
Apostle were to tell them. I will Powder Works, about five miles rie, Macon, Smith,'t"alhOI1'aylor, the United States be requested The writer of the article beore.us

not hazard my veracity by namingit. from Philadelphia I were blown up Thomas, Van Buren-20. to. communicate to this House states that a communication was ae

." .. on Saturday last. The workmen NAYS-Messrs. Barton, Bell, what progress the Engineers have to the Secretary of the Treasury, stV1 ,

i fhe Legislature of Virginia has Had fortunately left the, building afew Brown, Chandler, Clayton, Coob, made in carrying into effect the commencement of the last session 01 co;

invited Gen. Lafayette to visit minutes before the accident D'Wolf, Dickerson, Edwards, Act of Congress of the 3d of gress, from the Commissioners..ppoiut1I

Richmond, during its session. He occurred. Gaillard, Hayne, King, of N. Y. March, 1823, entitled "An Act to to ascertain claims and titles to finds .

contemplates visiting every State The General-Assembly of Rhode Knight, Lloyd of Md.I'Lean, rstebitsh> a National Armory on West Florida,which has not been rtPO, a1t d

before he returns to France* Island, met on Monday, Dec. 10. Mills Noble'Palmer, Parrot, Rug- the Western Waters." ed to the House of ReprcsentaUfC ,
t! I ..

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;!).SClluenlY never pretexted to W days, Savannah, Jan. 24.-The Revenue tie Secretary1*,ofticC| ,SJ.turd&Yiand Sun eluded,where At least six IJedf or''

of the public." We are thing Cutter Crawford,,, .Payne, days eicented; and any person wishingto and stabling for six horses are 1.
sptCtion the best authority that no of the sailed yesterday on a crime of I appeal from the;assessment,of the comrni&ioners provided for the accommodation ..;" ,
ed rom may file objections in writing of travellers fifteen dollars, :' ,1 \
made to of
\Val or two months the coast -
nsmufltCatL0n with the Secretary. < For license to keep a tavern where '.
rv of the Treasury at;that or any will da. She will proceed as far as 6. .'ndbe further Ordained, That all beds and stabling are not provided ._ i"J\

time until the reports and abstracts I and Pensacola to survey proper sites I appeals shall be acted upon by the Board as above required, thirty dollars r "f'.. ,

'anlett this winter.ThcBoardof place to for Light-Houses, and to examine : at its first session after the expiration of : : : .3 ;

for Commissioners in route, those at present existing. She may, the time allowed for that purpose ; Pro. For license to retail goods, wares or .
vided nevertheless ThatAvhen any person merchandise where the stock in !
ylorida was organized in cd I perhaps, also extend her cruise_ to shall have been sick, or'absent, or shall trade lull not exceed one thousand lfiJ

1823 ; and. though three of Go- Thompson's Island. shov good cause for not having taken an dollars: ,five dollars, : 5 ilt '
not al ways been present their at appeal during the time prescribed the For license to retail goods wares or 't: .

it jave has never been interrupted on and The Sloop Hope Jr. of Philadelphia board shall at its discretion,* hear the appeal merchandise where the stock in : -
rcss at other time. ..
any trade shall be over one thousand
as two were sufficient [ before bound to Tampa Bay and 7. And be it Ordained "
Account, further That if and less than two thousand dollars I f
except in cases of disagreement | Pensacola, went ashore on the 28th any person shall give in to the commissioners ten dollar, : : : 10 ;i
course mutt be decided by the I ult. in a fog, at the mcuth of a fraudulent list of taxable property ,i For license to retail goods, waresor ,';J

Luckett arrived here on I Tampa Bay. The passengers and or shall fail or neglect to render a merchandise! where the stockin Ft
Major ." true and faithful list of such property, at trade'chan be two thou-
it is saved withpart over
aiy of May last althocgh crew were together the time required by this ordinance, the sand and less than four thousand ;1 I
lv this writer that he arrived was |re- of the cargo, which was, very person or persons so oflending shall forfeit doHarsJf/l dsttars, : : 15 ,i"'j;

l last August 1824." saying much damaged ; vessel loVally and pay for the use of the city the : For license to retail goods, wares or : J>:
We assure A. II. that the now, sum of tventdollars, to be recovered before merchandise where the stock.in t i :

in West Florid? have dec' speak- lost.The Captain and crew of the above any magistrate having jurisdiction. trade shall exceed four thousand .Vdray
sioners and .,1l! 11CLE II. dollars, Keenly dollars, : : 20
examine the vessel arrived in this city on .f'1
important his 1. Jliul be further Ordained, That a For license to retail spirituous or vinous ;
I or b appointed an. liquors, one quart, '<
bn ibis point his ignorance should nually who previous to entering upon his thii ty dollars : : : 30 1
imposed silence ; they have \' out A CARD. duties shall give bond with two- or more For license to confectioners within it"

; the production and proof of who The undersigned late commander cf sufficient sureties in the sum of two the limits of\Tzderfifteen dollars .1

ouircd and doubt not that it .1 the Sloop Hope Jr. avails himself of : thonsanddollars, payable to the Mayor and : : : : 15 IJ'
riffinals! ; we donation this first opportunity to express his unfeigned his successors in office for the use of the For license to hawkers and pedlars of

ricilance in this respect which thanks to eo]. George M.Brooke, city, conditioned for the faithful performance goods, wares, or merchandize, f. ;
duced the malicious attacks which country commanding at Hillsborough Bay, and of his engagements, and he shall receive twelve dollars, j j : 12. 1

been made I both on their :! ". inform- hisfficers generallytor their timely and in full for his_ services,five per cent. For license_ for every wagon cart or 11 '
-as humane assistance, in rcscucinp himself: on the amount collected. including horses or mules, 'r
their persons. passengers and crew from a perilous situation 2. And be itfurt/ier Ordained, That on kept for hire, twelve dollars, 12 J I \ I
There i is but one of the 'for at the mouth of Tampa Bay, after the first day of April annually, the Collector For license to auctioneers, ten percent. 4:;
Iiere a practising Attorney, he having escaped from the wreck of the shall comnience the coilection of the on the amount of their commissions. And J' I
partner and of course comes in i inform Sloop. taxes ; and shall call once at least, at the auctioneers shall charge to the owner, :{
rfiare of the censure upon, WM CORNELL. residence of each taxable inhabitant ; andat for the use of the city, one per cent on the 1.,. .,.,
this libeller in the County, the end (,f every month he shall pay over amount nJ all sales, which they shall pay i:f" :
dealt out by to the Treasurer all the monies he over, as hereinafter required to the City 1
up Custom Home Pellarola.lJU7ltfl7'Y
hag paragraph. favour 14th 1824. $ may have collected. Treasurer. ''' ;
The members in both SAILING DIRECTIONSFor 3. And be it further Ordained, That 3: And be further Ordained That the ; \.
practising attorneys, and, donation there shall be allowed to all persons uho Treasurer on receiving the tax imposed l '
in I that the Vessels boundinlo Pensacola. shall their taxes before the first licenses shall for ,
exception, as is represented, pay on or on give a receipt the ,
ship with professional gentlemen! for Lou- "VfKSSELS coming from the Eastward of June, a discount of Jive per ctnt. and same, which shall be delivered to the ::4 : f
presentatives claims submitted. of A- T should keep in 7 fathoms water until all taxes which shall remain unpaid after Secretarywho shall make an entry thereof ;, : :i
djtuiicytioi of the the Light House bears by Compass IT. the first day of August, shall be subjected and issue a license free of expense. : 1'1'I
Congress he aware of this important many by w. when they can stand in for the bar to an addition of ten per cent. I 4. And be it further Ordained, That \s.. "lt.
is it possible that these : Govern- until in 3$ fathoms which is the shoalest 4. And be itfurther Ordained, That after auctioneers before obtaining license, shall ;\ :t,
be continued." I his ad- water on the bar at low water, with the the 1st day September, the Collector give bond with two good sureties payable 1t t,

We always were of opinion petition, light bearing N. by w. After arriving; on shall be authorised to distrain tor ali to the Mayor and his successors in of. f',
either and in the bar agreeably to the above directions taxes which shall then remain unpaid, fice for the use of the city in the sum of l '
who ,
person j you must then steer if.w. until the s. w. with the addition often per cent and if he five hundred dollars conditioned for the l
ner with, or attorney frr. the : I the end of St. Rosa Island bears E. by- s. and shall neglect to distrain by the first day payment of all taxes accruing on sales J J.J
ought to be vested with any office a the Light House N. i w. when you can October, he with his sureties shall be liable made by them. They shall keep regular '" 1 I
'ould give him an opportunity to up steer for the Light until within the Island, to pay the amount not collected, ex hooks in which fair and correct entries 1 j

voice in the decision of his own and no when you can haul up into the passage cept in cases w here no property can be shall be made of all sales ; which said :t 1 r :
and steer for the bay free of danger. found and all property so distrained shall books shall be exhibited to the Treasurer l.l
that of his client ; and had the up to The above directions are applicable for be offered public auction as hereinafter at the end of every three months, at I;' ,;.
extract'contained the fact/wc to, the large vessels coming from the westward provided. which time they shall pay overto him all it:r 'i
cordially agreed with the writer.Ve all pre with the exception that they need not 5. And be further Ordained, That the taxes due by them. .\

\ believe that no honest man :due keep in more than 5 fathoms watei. collector thall first distrain personal property 5. And be further Ordained, That the 'It V

complaint against the That Small vessels drawing not more than 14 ; if such cannot be found, slaves Treasurer shall keep regular books in : : .
feet can bring the light to bear 3t. 3 w. shall be next distrained ; and lastly real which shall be entered a correct account : ::1
sinners in West Florida ; of those with the and steer for it in the night until within estate, which shall be leased to that bid of all mOnies received or paid by him ; "1;

Florida or their proceedings we aus- haifa! roie! of it, where they can anchor der who will advance the tax and costs and it shall be his duty to furnish the ,1 .
acquainted ; but when such White's with an off shore wind. But if they havea due thereon, for the shortest period. If Board of Aldermen whenever required, ,". "It

n A. B." attempt to mislead a if the' fair wind they can steer E. by s. until the property will not rent for the'amount with a full statement of his accounts. 1. ...'

Congress by such falsehoods, it toodl, in sheltered by St. Kpsa Island where theycan due, on a lease of one year, it shall then 6. And be further Ordained, That if oJ'% \
correct his would. anchor in a goo

I duty to light. verplus, if any shall be paid to the owneror to take out license from the Corporation i
j Perhaps the essay was written b The ebb tide sets s. w. and the flood his agent if known ; if not known it of this city, shall pursue his, her i ifI
interested, pettifogger who being or ::f. E. which should be carefully observedby shall be putto use by order of the Board I or their avocation without having first obtained :g '

tute of legal information F. P. all vessels coming in,as the ebb will of Aldermen,till the owner appear. Pro-I such license ; orifany retailer or ,;!J,
his is desirous --.... curry you on the caycos shoal and the vided however, that when it shall venderof goods, wares or merchandise ,,,!\ ,'l
practice profession flood sets directly in over the middle necessary to sell real estate, suctTpart shall refuse to give in to the Treasurer.the ;l;
a I.w passed to exclude his more Luck'I::: : City or- ground. thereof only shall be sold, where a division amountof their stock in trade, or shall
ful competitor. It would not do excludes A. W. Hamilton, can be made, as is necessary to pay render fraudulent account thereof the f
this Mr. Commissioner is and and Provided also That shall forfeit ,
a which we 45-12\\. Collector. the"Ux costs, person or persons so offending, ;;
yer than I am,and I want him out : when the same person_ shall own more and pay for the use of the City doublethe .
were --- than one estate,the whole amount: owing amount of the license to which they ; \ .'
but the author of A. B.
way ) AN ORDINALCE, by such person, shall if practicable be may be subject to recovered before a- :I .
wrong ab initit for a To raise the the raised from the lease or sale of one of the ny magistrate havingjurisdiction.
I Corres a Kevenuefor use of City
practice law, and asks "is it of Pensacola. estates and Providedfurther, That when. 7 And be it further Ordained That 'f,:

these commissions can be with ARTICLE I. ever slaves shall be distrained, they shall whenever in the: opinion of the Collector, ; f.
not be sold if they can be hired for the liable to taxes under this ,
Congress be aware of this "DE it ordained by the Board of Aldermen any person pay j It.
for ordinance shall be unable the 'J
** tax and costs any term not exceedingone to pay
no doubt it would please him also the That in
of City of Pemacola. .
year. same, it shall t he the duty of the Collector
the legislature pass an act against giv- : the commissioners month January shall be in each year, three who 6. And be further Ordained That on report the circumstances in writing to ;; i Ii Iito

ing a commissioner to practice shall be freeholders whose appointed it, shall selling personal property, the Collector the Board of Aldermen, that such relief : l"4

The people of Florida would at- be to receive a list taxable, duty of shall advertise the distress ten days pre may be granted circumstances may require. t'j I {: :
like to be informed! where such an description from each and property in vious to the day of sale, by putting up advertisements 1 "" .-
every every at three conspicuous placesin 8. And be it further Ordained That all I :
ttas manufactured, and would habitant and to assess the value of real : '
the city-And on selling or renting real former ordinances or parts of ordinances ,:
within the bounds of the
New-York Editor to inform Q tion who shall be entitled
received it from Mobile, St. : to ten dollars advertise the same once a week, for four be and the same are hereby repealed !,!

Tallahassee Pensacola or each 2. Jind as a compensation be it for Ordained their services.That it weeks, previous to the day of sale or : Provided, That nothing this ordinance b.; ';f
for it lease, in some newspaper published in the shall be so construed to preventthe ': r
undoubtedlyemanated from shall be the of the the 0" "
duty Secretary Collectors of for the 1823 : ., ;
city and if no paper be published in the taxes years .t.!
as contracted as its information :. Board to furnish the Commissioners, as '
city, then by putting up advertisementsat & 1824 from completing the collection f :: ,;
ed and incorrect.A soon JIB possible with the assessment three conspicuous places therein. the sameagreeably to the ordinances then ,.,:' ;j.
rolls of the and also with
preceding year i" l
7. And be further Ordained, That resident existing. ,:: 'if'
blank rolls for the items
entering following owners sha.l have a right to redeem F H. Nisbet !: I; ::i 1 1i
friend of taxable to wit I
has : i
Shields slaves or real estate thus hired, 1 leased ;,; I I...
Houses and Lots President of the Board. : "
publication the or sold, during one from the time
following 24 Slaves 31st 1825. II ,
of such lease or sale, on repaying to the Approved January, I ,f'I
tract of a letter from Gen. deer: Four Dearborns wheeled pleasure carriages' purchaser his money, andjifly per rene on John Jerrison, ,i

dated Jan. ,14th 1825. the amount of the tax and costs, and p ay- Mayor. I '
Two wheeled
Since my last I have N. Horses and mules pleasure, carriages, ing for all improvements which may have Attest
been on real estate. Nonresident
ed in the introduction of and 2 3. And be further Ordained That the owners shall have a right to redeem under N. S. PAR IANTIER,

before the House of Baron, fiscal year shall commence on the first the same restrictions during two years Secretary.

tives ; two are private bills cloth day January annually, and all property I from the day of lease or sale.
shall be assessed in the of the ALABAMA/
relief oflndividuals, and and name person 8. And be further Ordained, That for STATE OF _
or persons holding the same, on the
and selling personal the Collector
general character and first day oO'cbruary in each year. Andit
shall be entitled to the same fees as are
to the people of Florida. shall be the duty of the commissioners allowed constables for similar services Suit in Chancery for Divorce -

first provides for the right New-and :I appointed assessment as and aforesaid make, return to complete thereof the to and for selling, leasing or hiring real estate ;- John Dimond } Coyington, Alabama,

emption to the actual settlers or slaves, and for making & acknowledging 'i": 5 CircuitCouriIT ,
-193 the Board Aldermen, on or before the deed Lym Dimond. '
lease the of
or sum two dollars
the 17th July 1821 to the logs by first day March ensuing. and fifty cents; and such deed or appearing to:the satisfaction of said
uary 1825. The second Cotton 4. Jin d be further Ordained, That on lease shall be recorded within one month that the defendant in this case
for the opening of a public a return of the assessment 1t shall be the from the day of its execution. is not a resident of this State, it is there-
from the of 3000 duty of the Secretary to make up the tax I fore ordered that unless the defendant
Bay Tampa to meats: by roll for the collector, by adding to each : ARTICLE III. this case appear and plead,answerer de- ,
rain on tht St. Mary's river. item of taxation, the following rates, to I 1. And be it further Ordained That a mur to the complainant's bill of complaint I .

third provides for an New- wit : Treasurer shall be appointed annually, on before the first day of the next term \
appropriation to On all houses and lots the property of who previous to entering upon his-duties of the said Court, that the bill be taken I

road now opening from cotton by persons residing within the limits of the shall take an oath faithfully to discharge pro confesso : and that this order be pub 1 .

to St. Au ustine. The corporation, tioenty-Jive cents on eah"one tbe-same,and shall give bond with two or ,. lished once a week. for two months.
hundred dollars of the value theieof. more sufficient sureties in the sum of two Attest, 4
vides for the extension: of Florida, On all houses and lots claimed or own- thousand dollars payable to the Mayor Sam Brackin, 'I;

allowed for the settlement Hillsbo- ed by persons residing without the limitsof and his successors in office for the use of Cl'!: Cir. Gt ofCvoington Cjfi;
Jfrivate land claims in the corporation thirty-five cents on each the City, conditioned for the faithful per 49-8t. l
this bill will meet with Har-: one hundred dollars of the value thereof. formance of the duties assigned him ; and \\I
position called On all slaves above the age often and shall be entitled to three per cent. on all -NOTARIES
in both Houses PUBLIC. : I
deposit under fifty years, one dollar. monies by him received, in full _for his ,
Maj. Luckett, when he On each four wheeled pleasure cam- services. ;: Ilh
Rive such explanations S. age, including horses, ten dottarlZ 2. And be it further Ordained, That it Ni the undersigned the only Notaries : .
Committee as are deemed Army, On each Dearborn including one shall be incumbent on all persons pursu-- Public duly commissioned in the I''
Camp horse avocations to to the
tant. The times cr m\\\cfive dollars. ing the following pay city Pensacola. I'
to On each two wheeled pleasure carriage Treasurer per annum for a license the foldlowing
powers of the board will be taken N. S. Parmantier.Joseph i.ill
Saint including one horse or mule, Jive dollar sums; but licenses may ,
tended, are left blank in On all Horses or mules not otherwise quarterly or. semi-annually the same E. Caro. =H 1

". to be filled according to the Pitman taxed, three dolla,.. rates, to wit : February 11th, 1825-493 w. 1 :
mation Three copies shall be made of the tax For license to keep a single Billiard- r- i r ,
may be 20 bales roll one of which shall be delivered to the table thirty dollar, : : g30 W.> ;
Major LuckeU. The !, Collector by the first day of April annually For license to keep two BilliardtablesatthesaincplaceJftY HASELL HUNT, ,1:1-: ,

confirming donation i iI one to the Treasurer and one shall re. dollars JLLL draw'deed; bills of 'ale* pow. It :,
the 17th of 'July, 1821, I I main in the Secretary's office. : : 50 "V ers of attorney, bonds&c.. in the : i:
brought before ;up 5. And be it further Ordained,. That For license to keep three Billiard most approved forms, and attend to any "f '
the I (of whenever the commissioners the dollars other which
shall have bles at same place, sixty writing may be committed taI I"
public lands ; the :: COLA made a return of 'the assessment, public ; : : : 60 him, with promptness and accuracy, and ,':"
'dISposed to confirm those ,, distress, notice thereof shall be given by 'the Secretary For license to keep a bar in such establishments t ion reasonable terms ; his situation in !

and only Wait to receive of her ,and the return so made shall remain ,Jte i dollars, 15 the clerk's office, renders an application ; ,
burt of the Commissioners ; load of open subject to the inspection of any For license to keep a Shuffle-board to him.conenien\forthose who may be ii' .
interested for two and bar thirty dollars, 30 about instrument of ,
on that person weeks from a : ,to execute any writing H
subject ; but if Maj. tho date of notice,from to 6 P. M at For license to keep a tavern, bar in which is to b. recarded. r
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Tierda erIN t\ 1 *, ii82. ldand[ sHverJullion and coin!, TALLAHASSEE, r \' ; N.\ic._ ." ,

SENATE.: fend furs coisi-' .! id i Fr jmblhitg at the Seat 'of Government I \ l..T",rersons Indebted :' .
I precious ; a sum ,} :Ct\ 1 tit\ otY\o 11. I /1 dy t o Abner
,' Inland Ttadc 'bee dcbeen *Minocri dcrable iu 'i itself! iu the commerce, *. If Florida :: Late Innkeeper ofPenQ'cola
State .lie- dommissioncrs appoint d under Weekly News-Paper lotC.8 A 11.d accounts are in }usubscriber .> band"whn- .
+ and Afcxic I of an:inftnt but chiefly ,SfHIC fl :act' 'ofihc Governor and Council arc informed tl1t Ofthi-

::41 Mr. Benton presented the peii serving. a statesman's notice as ,; an of the'Territory i ::*n of 1'loiida, will on the 70 BE ENTITLED TilE"for dcrs' to put in suit all which fie },as Or'

,* lion of sundry inhabitants of the arrtest, o"f what "might be expected; first Monday of'April proceed to sell n.ediutely: paid. are, f1t '

State Missouri}, on the subject fronV! a regulated and prelectedtrade. in the principal failure,to the highest bidder ll 1L 11\ \\\&.- t,u c e-r. .. Tj "rwitc1ll
.' of trade end i met course between The principal article .given the loU of Tallahassee ; the plan! of the of a | Pen ab, ..1\n. H, lR2J,
himdred aird soliciting patronage generous
;. that state and tlrt .hatel'nal Proviucos i intxr'haTisa is that of whichwe trlitch embraces one sixty'cre3 laudable design'of.* 463t.1.J
I a of 1 land!, and will be submitted on ptihlcintlrc} ; 'rl\\
of Mexico. hathe greatest abundance, local and general intelligence a- .
application and on the daVs.. of sale, for the diffusing:

.. [This petition recited} that a and which has the peculiarI'ad- information of )archasrrs. '1 he terms the citizens of this youujr :ud HonI (61 j X Wednesday t! Fcb: "...,1. veil'l .

t bcncficiall1'ad had been earned vantage of making the -c t'cuit of piCRrr.bedbysaid act, ire six per cent |I risking Territory, the Editors feel that' I at IMblie uction, to the b e soH
. Ii n If each lot the resuluein I i diffidence and embarrassment, which al.tvatis I! '!cr, at the store .,. ': >ol b'llI .
the oncost (
\ on for some > ears brtu een 'I- j thehabitants Union (befoie it departs 1 from ad\arrce ; t t.le siricty ) ttJcr
t : annual instalments and attend the comrn't'crrtcnt: cfctery j! ; of Goods. aVfc.
three ttnial, .o t1y .
in Iatdl
of the two countries, the Territories uf the republiccotton 1 I'I tire termination of which in-1 : ? p, bl'
held bound enterprise IS the .
)i the lots and individual security ;en : ins of the stf.ct of ltt
t, "which domestic cottons, and other -which grows in the south for the payments on the completion of I I volved in-the uncertainties of fUluritr.-1[ ..f Simjibon A :sa,;lh, and sold the late fii'?

. .. articles, had been'carried out frum; is manufactured in the north, landexported which, titles sill be made to the respective II I Yet feeling: Miiicitoin he u5<: ,, to the : the s>uluvinartner. bv cn,er o{'

.! the United States, and gold, silver, from. the west. Mr.said ., B. nv,'ners.Tallahassee. community they avail! themsehes' of the! I LIRE: 1St:. .

'\" ". furs, and mules, brought back in that the attention of the &en- 1 is situated about nineteen I auspicious period: in the intar.cy: 1I 1 r t the mine: time uul p.lOC| f\

..t returnthat the intervening tribes ate had already been drawn tothlssub'ect ,/ milei north orSt. Marks near three navigable :I t I I of a ncmJ !growing country, to solicit I I Household and 1-:.:ch'n furr; Yarletri
streams, in a fine fertile country, I!I the patronage anti support of the I citizens I f feels. (\1' the late John J. =
of ludians presented the only ob and the Committee on Indian I!, of the interior to the : :llIPon, det'd
growing sugarcane and sea-island cotton, | a News-Paper; im-I TI'h! ;; ortler uf ,,eJap.
: :tack to the successful prosecutionthe flairs stood charged with and Watered by ancvcr failing stream and ;;: port.tncc and utility oVuhich; if ''h.rHb case. AdIlIListratorl.: :

1 'Of trade upon a large scale ; an inquiry into -expediency of fine springs, i i I conducted no one will be* disposed to I' u.'I"1.., rn LrItc. J .

hard be the Indian tribe between Public question.The Wl..itct ( .
that the nierchaTidifce to treating with BuildHigs.The .

; \ -carried through tract of'country Missouri and JMexi'CO i ,' for Commissioners will be prepared resources of this delightful section 19. 'lllC',.....
of the its' to the guff '. "t 6-
t inhabited by different tribes, teenier the right of a safe through receive proposals, immediately" : after the I j { country t
: passage !, of Mexico, and to a fine back country of [,j-t BprIce vi !.1.".,vI ....... -
ofthe lots Tallahassee for the !:1
t sale ct erection I 6
whose territory without a license their countries. The paper presented Georgia, as also its central situation '" .1 GC'l"'S
: ofone the public buildings I I !: tn- I -" c nto;) tia. \ t.: : : '
wingof -
t' was.penal under the laws of contained information essential to' be durable materials. Persons+ ], sirethc' pleasing) expectation, that it v ill!I kz.t of J bread rhali be for ;'..j.Jb .......' .,..tit"_ r.. :: ht;

P, the United States, and dangerous, to thatcom ttittee. It;contained who m".y be disposed to undertake a work become a place + cons.derabie impor- ounrcs.My. 't\1

: unless the consent of the tribes precise information .upon considerable importance, would do u ell j j: tU1CCU well as the centre of refinement order cf.!.*'.? ,..,.. : ;r. .
and fc-cicnce in Florida.1 ,
I T t:' ,
.. was previously obtained ; that the route to be pursued, and the to attend. A plan will be submitted for J j J.., _,i.U. .L"n',.IH-:1"...
The FLORIII.V l.vrEiurrxcF.n is ; ,
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the information of those persons interested designed -
'some to and repeated tribes to be conciliated. Ill can|
outrages persons | and none need apply l who may not to be vehicle! of!Dead and gcnurar.n- %c cre:GTY".

i. depredations on property, dined, besides' ) autluntic details be enabled to give satisfactory security formation, and .accessible: to all per&onv, IVLruary 1st, 1325.

11 .' .' j had already 'been committed" and upon the extent and value of the for flee faithful performance of his con- who may be desirous of discussing topicsof --.. ----- --

that a total interruption _to the Iu'ade, and suggestions for its:, pro tract. a public nature, or of comnnmicatin S L"1':: _; l..t :a: ;-. t-. 4 A-_

"commercial and social 1 intercourse I It had been drawn scientific researches and literary esa s.Hut KTUST rrct-ive.hu.d ..cQ -;- < :
; ,:/ tection. up at Robert Butler 2I all ;1 :t" ':!'"iJe''
persona! and invidious disputati'u; '
in that and in Hook htor,; a ," [,.;:! .... -
.. ( so happily began quarter, his particular. nest, an- I 'Ti 109. H'. Peun, every diversity of attack on private d,:& r.ient of :t 1SaCUIi J"-

-. between the citizens of the two t.'er to Ambrose Crane ( 'i11s ior
... Republics might be apprehended, lie deemed it the fairest, safes., ,, paper is not to be devoted to any .,sapcs- tjU. lit -,

unless the Government uf the United and most satisfactory manner of Tallahassep. Ice 18li.? -1824.1: 4-+lIi. man or to subserve the purposes of.a faction l.lr'tcr rlp tie,

Stale interposed for its pro- conveying to the Senate the body \\C)8 ill\)v ir to laud one or depreciate another.The .- 1''aft'rs i ,
: .. tell io The petition inert-fore of facts which he should .rc1! I f:-Hngs; of every ii. !i\iduai. fro.n the ..
on y HAR just received from New Oilcans humblest to the most exalted, bhc'ild be / ;t'v.Ii3, ..V-'t?; T.d
grayed when the question of extending; Schooner Angelina, '.,
o inviolate ard sec ire. And til' Press, JH1\C "J'II). .
1. 'i'hat the right of an untnolestcd protection to this trade shall be )t))tf\ bbls. Cincinnati Whiskey, while under obr r?u'rol}, sh.ii never brdegraded : -I"n: t .." ..
'endproperty J 20 do. 1st quanty Orleans Sugar, to the 1 j. ...- :...5411; .1\.1\!
passage, for.pt'I'sons called up for decision. He therefore sacrilegious; purpose f a

upon a designated route, mo'ved, that the statement of 14 15 do.do Louisville mol S&es, steam mill flour, \'Mlmg moral 1 and. rt-lipoiH sentiment:. 4th'en.. 1325.Book .
or converted to -----
between tIC frontiers: -Missouri Mr. Storrs should be prin'ed for 5 do. best prime pork cord and internal an tisane ot domestic chi-: -
1 disj} <:iJti"n. Its: politicks{ Ketj :- &cersor'acl
and the Internal Provinces Mexico he o'the# Senate and referredto 25 boxes mould candies j 'J '-
i use Will he Republican,_ wi: !k- the : .
asperities laint .
9 bbls. buckwheat! meal A i v ;. /?>,;. ;.
quarter !
be obtained! ,
might by treaty the Committee on Indian affairs recrimination.:* of parties, as fur as pos- in if ,
ing > ;fait+;,1S b:4..cu-s! !&:
0. Mipulalion from the Indians re- 5 ke,s salmon, *ible, will be atoiiled.TTie or adjust books p--t
5 do. tobacco, cw.y yc;;;i mt: or f ilht tt.r
? furred to. The motion was agreed to. 6 boxes Flinns cider, press, type and papetv will be men's: of v,ntiat. the :!,U+iest notickOR

r 2. That( a military post and an ..-- 100 do Cologne water, immediately conveyed to''i uahiusee!: rSCtt..t.lCt.rCSe : ApU; ,I t ..hSGi4Ce,
1 bv established For sale at his (where one of thc:'Hrw row resides,) and 3-\Ii.' 4ta-48.
Indianan'ur.y wight NOTICE, store corner wf Palafor and j tj, :
e publication oi
l..e commenced,
on the Arkansas liver, at the THf. fr'l1owh'S'tChC9 were put in the Intendencia street. j assuun-aya sufficient nun.her jiaper ofbtibiirM-t '.L lq'I; r 1.1: ...irt.. J',. 1, t..t';' ,".

,, point of the Ljier&rciioti of that of thr subscriberin June 1823, F. Pasquier.NOTICE | hers are obtained ; wliicn hoped and I .

river by the proposed rouic.J, +o be delivered to the owners when called .. Jan.- 2d, 1825 -44. -tf exacted will befit the month of 11c'I'. ,I ,:1.' Cr"\P.EH.. "f."L'. de', ... )led, t..!..(.'... :.r.;,.;.;:;r !.,y,..to.fah
r brand charges paid, and were at that 1- -- .. .0' L '.' C u' i..r'"J'
The ., '
: : :
petition the motion ; :
upon time advertised. CrJX IJlT ION S. is j.-i-Ji -i. 4 vcca.va. L.... CilV ..f ;*..*'.
of Mr. IJenton referred the I i! \'..:.Jh..1.. IH..:,'r',. .
was to 1 Silver watch, Jona. Bunker, repairs absence from The FLoRIn I.NTELLiR?rcr.n Will be '' .I.c crdiiur\-tctM./r-o-.
(" .... Conuniivce:; on Indian A ltirs. 4-1 Genevesn ornamented du.a Spanish DURING. my II. HUNT is and published on a large royal) sheet at :Five: I|i JJc.l: 1 f.t- sbrcat1, tc.! ...L.r.r. re ,-i.j''!--":.}.
4 my agent .
Dollars annum, in advance | f" -, pth-iity.n. t.:: debate! ? (.? ihi'ilr?I '*.'ik
Morzday.lcnuary 3. Gentleman, gl 50-1 silver watchMr attorney in fact. per payable : !
;,11'. Benton: rose and staled to Porter, 3=:-1 do. A young man, believed JOHN MILLEIL It is necessary' that this: rule be ;invnritlir; :J j I 5Jtr'i'..,nc;.?,; on alt important. '" sub"if 53an.l .
he Boatman 2 fMAKSHAL8 complied with, and it i is that {t 1.le recsoi-.s: : of. i.L- ..". U (..0uTA
to 1 do. hoped .ac.'I
the Senate that he had) receivedi a g> a gen- August,7t h-22-tf. i\, lor. .....: '. ..
apaprrtovhich tleman"from Escambia, 52-1 do. owner .1 who sign, will consider its importance.jr! ra-es o jyencr.1 i:;; ;? n. H5 '. tr" .

} he took the: of unknown, 3-1 pinchback watch, a soldier i SALE. Advertisements will be inserted at one I.I et.c.icns! arc mu'o J.-j./ :'h ;...'- Ifartl." :'

J'resc 1 'iu 0/ It was a statement of ,2 dolls.-Now if the aforesaid watches Maria Malta, I IJ x't:. t>f the last! dol1ufor the first publication of every I, neat maasij.td OJ o.' j'i..njc. &_. Lchc uJan: .

facts in relation! to the origin: present me,not called for previously and all will and testament of JayracIJarceio twelve or under, each subsequent I!: pJs: t: .

state. and future : of charges paid, they will be sold at public deceased.T3' insertion fifty cents. j j I T.e ALTION is pi.b'L-! !,ef-c\'etyJ5Atnr-'
AI pospects auction (m Saturday the 19th day of Febrnary'rieNt I Any person subscribing and paying for 'I day, on fu.e p-'ptr: in :.!Ia.. 'P"l'to nupcrJfor.ii

trade and intercourse between the at ten o'clock A. il. to the Francisco G. ,iAlTo 'o and Francisco [ five copies, iccoivc the sixth gratis. ; iinu i is fci\va } ,
Valley of Mississippi: and the highest bidder, to val the aforesaid charges JontesjKxecutors( I l:ditors are requested to insert this!, m\11! oftuJi1I: tl'; '\-'.

Internal Provinces of Mexico and ail attendant, expences. }"l"mc:4'o Caso V Luci>godecti I P;<'>peclu": inU <.il; respective papers: and ...i rtreived.at the. Office.d
r rT &sKTstuin I'P75aCUa .(;.iU':h. '
Intending, for a year pa t, to brit:' 1i.PenFacola.lan.19,18.5. >cit, and Francisco t.a- lU : cbta.iiintj patronage. Ou ..
this subject before the Senate, and I 4 -3t so Y Lueii U, sole] heir. J) f friends! ; peKcrulIxvill: confer a favor by TtatM-5x ill ali ; .L'oibrs: per anrar, p-yable *
> iaut"C.J..j"
: r\\ard'ng the uf
Y.xirtue of an execution:: in Ibis uarcs subscribers wiih-
to claim for it a share of the na LAST NOTICE. B I shaH:! proceed to sell at I'UlfLIC Gut deJa)'. The pn-sciit vol.ins e:i.:}eIM!i: :::>i

tional protection Mr. B. said that AUCTION, on the tires Tucsain (cr 4 Please direct for the present to this: with. a Man tf tf'c Polar; ,ea, .r.il '-ccrAofries

, he had felt the necessit}.of resting N consequence +x>f the death of the late March next, m front of the Court !louse! .place, or to Tallahassee, to.' ...,_ cf f':.I.-:..%"-. P..rrya >'Iin .0T
__ Mr. James 11. Selby, it hagbcconie necessary tut: co-: hetv.'f.., !. ids
his demand in this Crane itjy :: line 3.:1i Oil- -
upon a solid foundation city, between the hours of IU A. Gordon & Co.
to bring the business of the firm }1. .d Z 1'. ) talio, wit) :r."_ ."!'.'.,:':I..tcdVcII.Lr.d Cal, ],
of facts.Vith this view, hehad of,I. B. SELBY & eo.'to a final close as Pensacola! 13th uctoocr, IbJi.PliNSACUJLA. and. ether etnsAi''ss.

addressed himselt during the early spracticable. TllfcREFOKE, all i Jfc,. Vriie Lot & :Buildings, : -- -. .-
last summer, to many inhabitants J those indebted to the'concern arc notified Territory of Florida, )

J of Missouri who had been j to come forward and close their accountsforthwith BlSS No.283, m@@ } @L ( Coxnty Court,
. personally f In'tendcnci:1. rnD of
as a longer indulgence need ska&i on street in the City County Esca'Tt.. '

il ifti engaged in the trade ; among not be expected.: Persons ha\'ingclaims of Pensacola, Containing 8Xfeet( fronton JUST received per scliouner Caravan Gc ./..".-: --1......... 3324.ON" ..

; others, to Mr. Augustus Story, :ngainst! the firm will be paid on present 'said sttcetb}' 170 feet deep. I from NcU'-Ycrk,; addition to motion n*" ..Ata! i h-.wba: j....]..;.' ',

;, t late of New-Hampsatire, a gentleman ing the same. Beiij. Wyman, D. M. the f.rmer supply of books, among which Acting Alters tort.itieii.tor.- cffilar"

of character satl intelligence The stock on hand: consisting of Dry arc the following : ::,. ;)iU .!:En, I'iiat i a !F Iit' m e.TtCi'eiatiilat
of Goods and Groceries f and Cutter for \V m. Sebree, M. w. F. St. lions' We 1?, by tie author f If verht, ; t,l".' i.'tcl+:;:,trir v".:rte 3Stfn

t everyway capable! relatinthings g }',Crockery, Glass, tneund Tin ware, Nov 30th 1B24-S9-Iam4m. 1.ljdin 1ield's :t c"". cal lactate, Pr J l1,(" 'i ;o :" ;}:/.': 'I'at lue "t".tt ttm v

, ; ,..1 as he sale them, and inn a- will l be sold at a mall advance on prime !KranVJin's.Jouri'.eyto the Polar Seas, > Court, ...:\.', -.iv, rk::1"J f.ity

xpable of relating' them otherwise. cost, for rnA, cotton or np, ,'Owd endorse Mail AiTangement.UE ilsjji i if.iba's Adventures, have, why they sit."ii'! n.>'. b! <. fi-it-J fbt:

... This gentleman had been one of a p(1 ,tr at 60 and 90 days. on Thursday at 10 A. !I. U'aido'\'. a"allJeru Prose b\ a Poet : their said default ; t r- : :-i I Jui(i"1t lathe

caravan of eighty one John Jettison Junr. Closes on Friday at 1 P. M. 1 Oi;;},!,trr's: Museum, Salem .v"itchcraftf, sum of Fifteen IMtirt : .t' <:, airl tha'etit
Robert Mitch ell. l'ufr} :lla'S Anecdotes / Jurors ,
hundred and iil'ty-'six r-i t.c s.4 f or' Tt"- IhSuneach.
horses and Agent.for the Concern.January .
Post Master. Egan's Sporting Anectlotei, And i it isnii'f>ie.-r.Ifv.i: i'li-it

twciUy-threc wagons;' and carriages 14(1, 1825. 45-Sxv.s Pensacola, Jan. 7th, 1825--44 Gregory's Chesterfield, C rub. I copy; cf the hG' e ru.-c I he pHiiIS 1 !
; which had made the expe }OIl NEW Charlotte's Letters to Vt irter, the PensacoU (:'i2fftf. ,.:: '.' 't':; :l:ess

dition fl'o11j1issouri to Santa Fe) YORK, STONE & NISBET, Ilumnrnort'sncw collection of Anecdotes. lively., AtrneCopj Jroiis tiii'.e ,

LI I' (of New Mexico,) in the monthsof THE fast sailing Brig received per Schr. Hmbleni, from Lc .Vale's Devu on Two buck* Attt.'f.

r i May and June last. His account &ST. CLAIR Capt. Dalton to. sail I (Iavc< .york, and Tom Shields, from La 1'rroae's. Y;}age; Liv':ingPl'uys 3 *alh i John: } .*3if.ior., Clk.by .
cllct'a' JNcw Kobmsoii I
the 1st ] L'rasue
February next. .
was full of interest and novels Itiew-Orlcans. I : W. Hasdi C,
Ftf limit D.
I freight of 100 bales cotton or Rbls. flour of Phillip's Speeches, 1)tier's Elements, I
. It sounded like romance to hear of pa s\Ke,having elegant accommodations 100 do. superior quality, 1'ales of! My Landlord, 3.7 />'-;'/?, I Xov. 2Cii! 1S2-1-- 3--tf.
I ,. caravans of men, horses, ant! wa- for four or five passengers, apply to the 30 Lard Whiskey, Scott's I..ad'cfthc Lake, -.

a .1 ;ons, traversing with their merchandize Captain, Stone & Nisbct or 10 firkins kegs bntter, Walker's Three Spaniards, 2 vols. \v.iV.vtloii \\' ttiitei\ )

4. the vast plain which M H. Allen. 50 bags coffee, Hutlcr's rarn.cr'a Manual}, y OS t'l"U Kiwi ONkrt? the iwu*

t;: lies between the Mississippi and January 14th ]82.i45tf.TONE SO sacks Liverpool ground alt, Hu baucl's: Lcayans 'With colored elate,;, -- i e? cf the subscriber in the sti' -.li. r'or

L. rh the Rio del A'orte. The --r------- 5 kegs tobacco, Ueppini.S; I''e"ing's Entertainments, 1S23, descended the ri.c-s Oho: 4f1c& .

) : : story & NiSB E ALSO, Ewing's (;l'ographr, GregolJ: Legacy", \1i5,. s'pli tocw! OrI .1n'-\ from whioh\
z seemed better
Locke's &
i i adapted to Asia I 61 AVE received 20 }packages: domestic! plaids and stripes, Jhicon's: Essays, he \vct to rrr.sac.nla in West Jaafal) :

. t' J. titan to North Ann,I'lea. But, j. <: && fi'om'ew-lork: ,per and Schr. Caravan shirtings, linens and a variety of other articles Hoilgdou'j' Linnet Song Book, no fiiitiier infoiu.;,UOTI its: been received!
are Life
.. : romantic as it might seem, ing-, a handsome :assortment' of now o P nit- whist with their former stock!::, will of Franklin! Washington's iJfe, fmn hjm. SaclJC; :-t'I.h.3 about IS ye$r!

,!, ".ilt, ,. the reality had already exceeded ed to the season, viz : I goods st' be found superior to any assortment ever Ilawe.s'Watson's Life I'liilip 3d and 3u, 2 l'ate. of ag-e, I r.:' -iit conpun: wilier! below
offered in this market. of Newton, Putnam's Life, middlingblnture: and stunt bsult. Whoever
the visions of the wildest imagination. .J11 1 packages fine cutlery, knives, scissors llonaparte's Lite,
it ; c December will coiii.iiunlcatc i inte U.fncfconcernjup .
: jI &r.. antI 3d 182ro a.y
1 plated
wares Astlc
1 journey to New Mexjca ,) C'ooper'a Lectures
2 cases tanUier'a : him, tit lu-th.-r: he b:* Lvtif' .
but lately deemed a chimerical gars and ladies' boot, fine calf h Fruit and Ornamental'i'ees, Ferr'er's .Meuical historiesturray's dead, to Col.John! \'.. .\'tf, t'. 3!.at.Y er'

; ; project, had become an affair 7 cases men' and Boy's slippers hats, Sf c. ) Muteria Medico, non, nuings: taut:'1r h. .;r to the sub
assorted, Phtllip.s on I Indigestion; t'"oaujjon
.t,1 of ordinary occurrence. Santa Fe 1 case flannels, fcriher, will co! fer v. LuVjj1 oblp
kerseys and
,+ but lately Ilhe Ultima Tbulc of A- 1 case stout knit half hose! clefts fellings&. : \wWa !pmU @rn9 Haudelocque's roller Law of Midwifery, his much Mllicic r t \]:.i-'IItStS1tA
CloPS Executors !
3 cloths I ince the departure ( ti.e-r: Joseph
cases and cassimcrcs iltOPltlKTOU ::: : son
it mcrican enterprise, was now considered 1 case mixed and blue assorted, of the Linmcan Uota,, C IJlackstoiie' Coin.'uentarlea 4 vota. have buried hive!<:Ier bhiH'r.

,. I i as a stage only in the progress ed, sattinetts", :assort t Garden, near New-York, oilers to the L P/ihhop Horn** on-the Psalmsarshat's J'u New(Oil.
public his usual extensive .1l eph
or rather, a new point of departure 4 cases read made very collection Friend's: Family &c. Sc. &c.
} clothing, Vernon .
superfine %&& Of Fruit and Ornamental 1 \nrea Indiana, Uct..0. loJi.A
blue ,
to out invincible citizens. black and coloured .
coats ,.
Trees together with
' r Instead of back frock coats, military mixed do. blue Flowering Shrubs and stock heretofore 'lOSt '
turning tiii tat black ;Plants, Bulbous riotver hand, composes a extensive oy Stolen.N .
and louts reot.-s very and
co l cloth and
c ge
point, the caravans broke iip there, {mere pantaloons, sattinett do.cassi- cwMaMtMid near one thousand spl'cieof neral assortment of books, and Will be Tuesday, the 1 1th! instant,allcuble
silk gsold
i u rind the subdivisions branched oft' toilineit and cassitne'-e vests',' &c. (I-c'I Green House Plant*-among which are at the New-York prices for cash.- cased capped silvervatch;{ maker*

i in different directions search of 2 eases tancy'goods, prints, cambr ics'I the Olive, the Cinnamon, the .aCofi'y e, the Country Merchants and public or private name, Gt..o. Clerk:, t.c!ndr,, No.9009.V? .
: Oree and
Hohca Tea, the Black Libraries furnished! Sad watch h. anti*
on the s the ) plain
new theatres forth.- fkncy robes, linen cambric, Pepper, most Jib r comnr n
I' it enterprise. cravats &c. &c. Catalogues: of which terms, and such books xtwith the of the hind) the fatetd
Some fine Irish l linens, boinbazettes : : may b e as are ordered at day month ,
proceeded down the river to lemen'3 fashionable! clzvatsfa, gen J seen by calling on the Editor of this paper ait* not on hand, will be procured with a la.le! broken en the end ,-,+le. Also.

I the Po.*9 del JVor/e'some to the :worked robesLadies'silk ncy agent for the Proprietor, who will little dci'ty: + as possible. Orders froiu as common key thereto attctJec1-whoev
4 mines of Chihuahua bags, black forward promptly orders left distance i will be a will the undersigne*
,. and Durango, stocks, &c. Sec. him. any with &s promptly attended to, re-turn same to the
in the province of New Biscay, .3 bales low price shitting*, : Oct. 233-tf.BLANK and meet with the same liberality as a first house above Capt. n!:(n'., or to MR *

some to Sonora and Sinatoa 1 case good quills, BOOKS.------ personal application. John White Clock and \\' tch nwkr;
on and n
t' I shall sire a reascaiuble reward
the Gulf of California ; and AND received, for sale W. Haseli IIuut.
some, JJUS-r at the Fens questions asked.
a of
lines variety !:er goods in:store, such i as .' '
seeking new I of communication blankets ] Stare, July 29th 1824. HeadPensacoTa
nrgfj shoes; wool hats, cotton Edward -<
with the Pacific, had undertaken cards &cl kG. I .rfev Ledgers,
: Jan
21.st 45.-
t i to descend the Westernslope Nov. 13th'. ', 1824.\ Day Books, 01..U lrii.. .

t. i of our continent through the Journals II anted the following ltllla'bl w Xegl o 1 Q,1i1

'' unexplored. regions of the Multno- Exchange on Nely-York. : PaficrS, "viz : A SILVERSUG'It rl Utti'I&CRE3K

j' mub. and Burmtventura. The fruitof ', I HWsalein iby!I sums to suit Purchasers Letter Books and SjpHE iA Fl.n: 10IAN (I.by Jno. Fitzgerald iJL PITCHKK, much battered and bro
&Co.Nos.50and52. C'.11
i' Children's ken. The owner ii requested .
; + this for I Copy Books. ,
the The
1 Perlacoa
present Gazette .takt
< & Nisbet rida and West Flo- prove property, pay expenses and
a year,. ampuntcd to. Si30,000 Inv Jan.;''14th, 1825.Stone ,\r. Hasell Hunt. ply Advertiser, Kos. 1, 2 and 34. Ap the articles. .
at this
t Oct.30th. 182.h office.
I f I t .JiduquctNov.
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