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 26, 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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PUBLIBR1 KVEHT &ATUH1UT. Legislative Memorial. i I: might.afford ,more. facility'o! the.. was sumptuous, ihe'wine was ex,.', Hit ,Excellency ,Wm. ,P. .D v. J,' ;

BY% W BAS ELL HUNT, object fldjustment.'( I: cellept and the. ,ladies,:.of o':1 ,inf&n -Governor: ,of ..Fl rida.--Integrity; :,.,

F.D1TQR AN]) PROPRIETOR From the East Florida Herald. Your rnemorialitts \consider as metropolis graced ,the :table Vith\ foresight, activity. ;"an.d. resolution '
Report an J Memorial made by the committee another object of p.tcuni:1ry'im- their Tre Hon. A. B. have ... '
publisher of the Lair oftlie United StaU'i. ,presence. characterized.liis dminhtration. .. .
Subscription Five dollars a year in ad- on Territorial affairs to the Legis' portance, the opening of a canaj j WOODWARD,presided an.d 'QpK ,,BBUTTLEK .-Mr. \V odward. :

ancc.1' Advertisements inserted ai One lative Council and which: was adopted i across the peninsula. of East Florida acted as vice,;President. s May EPISTEMIC, principles

Dollar for every twelve lines or under for The committee who were charged from the river SavAji y to .8t : The cloth having been. re mo?- become Ej'DEMIC.-4Ir. -Van

the fir>t in'ertion-each Cents. subsequent insertion with the duty of reporting: ..John'sk! < or betWlJ' UCbrotherpoinis '.ed.and S ,the ladies_-havincieti .. w% ,. ..A, _-.-J3} -**-' .. _* *-.-- : ..

Fifty twelve and a half cents. upon ,such Territorial-" affairs] as as on examination may the following toasts were drank. .-....-.-- I

.Single_..."papers. -_ ------.,.._.,: 'r .. might; seem to 'require the interposition prove to be more eligible. Sucha i By the President-The Miieve" From.the Eot.Florida Herald.

-i9 if president of the United States. of Congress have the honor canal) by opening a passage from I menu of the day, long will they illumine His Excellency the Governor's objectionsto

pursuance; of law, I JMLS flu SHOE. to report a Memorial Jo that body, the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic i the tomes of republican the, St, .Augustine and Pentacola ; '
IN..resilIent of the United State, do on the subject of the l land claims, would in'an eminent degree : histor) bank bill, which were passed'by the 1
and maik"UWI1. that apublic Le Fslative Council its late session.
icrehJec'are 1
and other connected With B the Vice President .
resour- I Andrti
objects the agricultural -
the Land OfFice develope ) Executive Office
) sale wilt be held at nt C. 22d,1824. i
at 1'ALLI1A'E1:, ii Flqmla, on the third internal improvement, and your ces of Florida, enhance the value ; Jackson. To the Pretident"oftheLegitlati've Council. ,

)Jloivh of May next, |u the disposal of committee have further to report of the public lands, promote the ,I By \\7right-Our nevf Sea < SIR-I have had under consideration I

the f,illowinp :lands) viz : as objects of immediate attention intercourse and enlarge the commerce of Government, a few years : nd an act to establish a bank !

ToA-iihiup.; 1, si.nthof line. Mange 1, west of for our Delegate to Congress.1st. of the Atlantic & Western, her domes and spires shall have in the City of Pensacola. and deem i

tilt 1 a.2 MoAliiiii nortu llange 1 do do An act of Congress on the States, and in time of war would given the world another exam?le it my duty to return it for the fol-

Fractional do do do do subject of wrecking. give celerity tnd energy to the operations of American enterprize. lowing reasons. '

Tow nsliip 1, south, 1,2,3.4, &. 5east. 2d. An arrangement to securetothe of the General Government By Gen. Ht'rnandez-The Go- 1st.-Because it contains no

1 anci2rr.orln, 1,2, Z, 4, &. 5 United States or to this Territory and it is believed that in no vernor of this Territory.By provision that the charter shall he

Fnctionnl to" :>hip31,2,3,4.5. the fisheries on the coast. j I. part of the United States could an Maj. Ward-The President forfeited, on the refusal of the Bank .
The le Vkill coiiimence with the 1o'tst -
number s: of section, township, and 3d. The estabhbhmintof a mailroute object of so much public utility be of the United States. to pay specie on demand for its .

r.t, c, and ptoceed in regular numerical from Tallahassee to lie promoted ''with less difficulty or I By Mr, l\titchel.-Florida. notes. .

order. Mi e lu.ids reserved: bv law for North, East and West. I expenditure ; the peninsula being By \Vyatt-Gen.. Jackson, 2d.-Because there is no clause "

the u-e schools) or other. purposes, will 4th. 'The establishment of lighthouses intersected at various parts by water first in war, first in peace." in it reserving to the Legislative j ',i

be excluded from under the sale.Given my hand at the or beacons at the river si. courses, the connection of By Judge Woodward-Our worthy Council the right to annuli the 4

City of Washington, the 26th John's and Dog island, the latter which would render the expense of Delegate, Gen. Call. Corporation whenever they shall )

day (lr January, 1825. would facilitate navigation to t'\t.| this work an object of compara. B) Gen. Ht"rnandez-John C. believe that the institution is improperly I

James Monroe.JJv rivers Appalatchicola, Ocklotk- tive insignificance.\ Calhoun numbered among the managed, or that the interest d

the President, ony and St. Marks. \ Another subject to which we best friends of this 1'crritor-as of the people of the Territory '

lao UUAHAM, 5 th. The establishment of a would call the attention of Congress he has been deemed too young to requires its dissolution.3d. '

Comm sioner of the Gen. Land Office.- port of entry at the river St.John :) is the condition of the setters fill the Presidential chair, may he .-The said C rpoTartoir hj ..'

Cantonment Clnci, Pensacola, 6. A grant to 'ihe Territory bf.the on public latuU. Urged ou be Vice Pf-cJHpnt of the United not soecidllv limited in its opera- '
iQ,.. 1"-, -, 1.0 ". right to cut a canal from St. I, hy a spirit of I emerpme which no States. ions to the dealing in gold and '

p7 Y1 LI.receive proposals,'till the 20th Augustine to St. John's, and :ol' obstacles or danger could subdue, By Capt. Tennille-The Militia silver or bills: exchange and. cre '

....... Beet-aj March the troops ensuing: of the, to U.furnish S.*AIITIthat with Fresh are the lands adjoining the said ca- they have (\during the preceding of the U. S. at the heights of Bun- dit. 31' ;. ;

or may be: stat.oned or within the vicinity nal. years at great expense and loss, ker's Hill and the Jiiains of Jfetv- 4th.The' Directors are not restrained

uf Ca.,t&)hl1lCllt Clinch,from the 1st 7th. The transmission of armsto opened roads, prepaied the way Orleans-let us venerate the memory : as to the amount they

\pri1uc>.t 'ull the 31 bl March 1826, Tallahassee for the equipmentof for future beiilers, and afforded information of Warren and the name of may individually borrow from the '

inclusive.T.ie the militia in that neighbor relative Jo the resources Jackson.By bank.
be of the
hctfwlH be a quired '
best whtcii the market can afford, and to I' hood. and topography of a considerable Mr. Washington-General 5th.-Thert is no power'given f

beclviiu'red to'the troops on t\voda\s in 8th. The clea-ing and opening portion of the Territory Expe- Jackson and the American Eagle. to the Legislature hy which they. J

each week, the da\s to be designated : the navigation Yellow River. lience has ',shewn that whatever Bv Mr. JeJ"olmanTheFair or can ascertain if the bank at anytime J.

sucn quantit) :.si uy be requisite for their Your committee are ol opinion may be the ,inerits'of th? settlers America.By should issue notes and lulls

rations i'ersons on c otu'rlun:. cfi ;day.10 contract will please that most of the subjects referred upon the public I lands, their interests Maj. Lewis-The Nation' to a greater amount than is allowed

m:,ke their propolis: : to writing-, sealed to are under the coiisideiaiion of arc never secure iicainsl the Guest, Gen. La Fayette.By by the charter. :!' .

and .Urr cted to me. frlali.ijr, in a single: our Delegate, but we iuverlheies& cupidity; of the, speculator, and It Maj. Hall-The Territory of In addition to these objectionsthere I hi

bit I, t'.ir: r.tte per pound for which they. recommend that a copy of this report i i& humbly conceived that a liberal Florida, the Garden of the South. are others which must have

V-i111UI'J1IS \. and of the memorial to Congress and enlarged policy on the pan of By Mr. Van Evor-Gen"Wash.- thtir influence with every impartial 4

A. W. Thornton, Lt.Ahst. be transmitted to him by Lime the Gejterul Government, pointsto ing ton. mind. It will be admitted on

;orF-I\O p'op-.ll.s. C'oivj. bubst.wIll be U. S.received Army. clerk.: \ the improvement\ of tbe Territory By Col. Searcv-Gen. Andrew all important; : measures that afft-ct

3ftri? the 19'h i March, the da)' previous to Memorial to Congress.a I as an evenl I whose importance! ,Jackson, a patriot of the R \oJu- the general interest cf the Territory

tluope l..iiteti.Fruit To the honorable the Senate i bears no comparison with that of tion. His inflexible integrity as a the sentiments of the people -

: and Ornamental ree8 and House nf Representatives ''oi, disposing ofjihe lands for a price votary Justice, has rendered !him should be known practicable before '

the United States, in Congress assembled even greater! than lhat which h4s conspicuous in 1 Ihe domestic circles the Council should legislate '

.c. The Memorial of tile ever been he :etnfore recrived forpublic of life, as a Statesman and asa on the subject; but in this instancea

', V :''Jl -ypn.... .... 'lfJ Legislative Council of the Tern- lands in Alabama or elsewhere. I General; and proclaims to the a \ small portion of the community -
"- '" -'-3 J world in voice thousand ) that such
Acting under the influence a ten are apprised an
"L tILUETOtt! of tut LJnuoeart Botanic tory Florida rt'st tactfully represents
fc oilers of these views we do not he- times louder than the thunder of incorporation would be solicited z
-York to \
; C;:J.rd1h\al'New the that influenced by a confident -
Fli )Lc illS u<,ul verv extensive collection belief that the improvement si tale to im't to the wishes of his cannon, that he ought to have during the present session. In general t

r Of i'Vuit dim OrnamentalTret's iiid population of Florida is peciiiarly the people ol\ Florida in this respect the first honor in the gift of a free, I cousider corporate societies .

[:.$ Flo\\'c'ril'K Shrubs and of national the humble sanction of this independent & enlightened people. 'as unsuited to the genius and
a con.rn -
l" ._.. PLr.ts, Uulbojs! Tlo.ver roots, Van Evor. The of free institutions I
: oody ; und we would ucld that the By Army spirit our they
Cl that it is all important to .
.k- tnoueaud ;
." .ami 'learoiie species ieUJers spoken of do not hope for and Navy of the U. States-may tend to create petty distinctions .
of'liichim. "", I I.sUe i'laiits-aiiiun,.{ such are the: United States lo strengthen ''arentier
tr.eOhu". .lie ( innamon, the Cofiee: the f. to which nature has ab- more than; pre-emptions: of the victory ever crown their. banners. & inflated sub-aristocracies whichre

(;rc\'n :t:H: i!lar< 1'epper, signed so large a portion of sea same lands wjiich they have set- ? ever at; war wih that plain
&c. i.c. ( ;,t:.l('fnies lit \vliica niuy bt: coast and agricultural reiourceslj) :tied and improved up to as late a A public dinner was given by manly equality so essential to the

see.icah I.g ontlie. hditorof mis pap" period as Congress' in its benifi- the Cniz"ns'of Tallahasfiee, to the preservation of virtue and moral
additional ncouraglLment
r. :.i sentiment the the
chouse it. Hon. AUGUSTUS B. WOODWARD body
ence to grant among
lvl \Viit any order left with to lay before Congieas ou '
\ In thus towards obrrts on his departure for Washington people. ,
Oct. 24 JJ-tPAPEK .. ii'\vs in relation to these oDjfcts1.: pointing '
-.. Your memorialists : ofpui/hc! :usefulness we would: City, at Maj. II all's Hotel ; I do not by this remark intendto
on teiernng
WAREHOUSE.NO. : ot"thl' climate not omit that pf education. The AMBROSE CRANE Es>q. Presided.'i .- convey the idea that under no
4 C.4N.L-sr. NEUr'OXLEAXS.C. to characters of this jndowment of a Territorial UnIversity ., following toasts were drank. circumstances would I be wining :
1). 110'1'( iIlLISSf 5c topIr4puy its Territofry is in ihe power: Congress, FLORIDA, Uncle Sam's youngest I to give my.assent: to the establishment
and '
considering capacityor
!. : .\\'1\(j V\r\i\ 'd as :ltH)''i', will have the oli\e and and. your memorialists have to child, may she receive his fundest i of a bank. But I have no i
constant!) o.i baud, direct irom the producing thy ask thai one or more townships caresses and flourish like her own hesitation insayingthat whenever :
manufactuj :'& in l'enus\lvama\e\v-York, \'int", toettiur wuh sugar and cot Mr. Haskins.The such institution shall receive
jf public landS: of this Territory be bay tree- an :
Connecticut and M.t-sachu( >,eUs, an extensive ton, and the more valuable tropical -
>ran" d for this to be located Land we live in-B. D. my sanctionittntistbe so strictly I
asscrtintnt of Paper of description cannot hut lament purpose
: e\ery staples,
conipriain ; the following : these resources should lay dor-that in the middle district, under Wright Esq.Integrity guarded that; the rights and inter ;.

Hu)ai, :Atedium and Demy Printing, matH and that objects of so much the direction of the Governor and Talent and Virtue allover ests of the people shall be as. little i ,
fic: and course ; Foolscap anti Letter Paper withheldVom Lrlslath'eCo'uncil; and 'that he the world.Mr. Wolcott. liable to injury as possible, by creating <:I :
national wrallh should be
of all kinds and qualities ; Double Our Richard such institution. I will '
cities of St. Augustine and Pensa- vigilant Delegate, aq '
Post, Medium and Koxal I coloiux-d! Paper. the industry and enterprise)
K. Call Mr. also that whenever bank shall
cola for the of education Wyatt. a
for Primers; Bonnet Boards, blue bro\'ii (>f the ciliz iib of the United States purposes '
and endowed with The American Judiciary.Mr. be established, would.be the duly '
In\1! white ; binders' and band-box boards; This condition of the 'Territory police, be the
rtirtit I on 1.unb''rs' Paper ; I clltls1; cap memorialists ascribe to the 1 public lois thei cin, nol otherwise Jerolman. of the Council ,tQ see that it
and rapping! paper ()f all kinds ; PolOrilce your the ippropii&led ; these lots altho Gen. Andrew Jackson.-Mr. yields, to the Territory a revenue '
; aid imirble paper; playing and delay attendant adjustment )f value unimportant to the United Myers.The. : in proportion to the amount of I
bLnk! cards of every kind ; ruled paper of the land claims, and the want 0 .
Stales would be Planters o* Florida.-Mr. capital employed.
01 wi.ous: kids and sizes, &c. &c. a legal and [tilled line of demarcation -! beneficially applied I
Ail the above named articles will be between public and pl'i tate! to the convenience of the in- May.The i' I amjRespectfully; ,

kei; (,n haUl, or procured to meet the cannot habitants, and to the protectionand Ladies of Tallahassee. _Your, Fellow ServanttyM. '
dtlhJ.1'!. ropcrty. The planter e- prosperity' of the rising ge- Maj. Nicholas. \ P. .DUVA "
BOOKS.A migrate to, Florida because he .".
BLANK leration. f Inhabitants of Tallahassee, May
lands with a clear t '
large as-oitmentol ever- uescriptionprcur1 cannot title purchase the old inhabitants of For the accomplishment of they soon set round the cor.vivial, The Contrast.I -We pfcl&sh the "" '
) i'.rect from an extensive n.anuwcmry legal ; board and make with the
these and all otfier of ,
under objects public merry following'extr1act.as a ,proud example ,
aUays on hand: together with e- the Territory are suffering
utility, your ;memorialists unite juice of their own gl.apt'-Mr. A. of the of mind and
purity ,
'er) article in the Stationary line. distress, and there is a general inactivity .
nOOK in agriculture, and a consequent with their fellow-citizens in a re-' Crane. stern spirit morality, ,which distinguished .'
: iance the wisdom Bravery and /fcault/.-May-the
Congress and
on the public private
0D r L.II. being concerned in publish- depression commerce : I
1PK Locks at the: Northward, has 111 stole nd trade ; all of which evils' yournemorialists I fur such assistance and co-opera- one ever reward* the other.--Mi... I life ofGeorge) Washington.. .Among -. .
*" t'1.tcnSi'tcfJllc tiull in tue various de- :ion as may comport with the sta- 3. T nriill all the;. proclamations and '

'flr.ilfls Literature ; panicularly are opinion might I XOD which this infant Territory Sociability and F.reediJmMay" official acts,of, ihe_ military men, of '
School & Children's Books. in a great measare be removed bythe beenjoyedwberever'ma ex-,
holds in the Un on. they ; tbebrnentda3frOfthOSeWl9h3VCdojie [
of in ; .
)Li stock will be replenished by the interposition Congress The foregoin memorial was sia.-Mr. A. ord6n. i I ,State service*,',as w.eJi'as: of .
C5irlicbt couve)ances,anlilibr.\ries. coun- terminating sys- read and adopted' by the ..Legislaivc 'he Fair Sex ,M&y; the. fairest hose who have_'.only acted a hero-
r' uciunts"and be tern of investigating land claims ,
_- )J>"tel>on the most reasonable teachers can terms. sup; which 'seems to have beenso t'fiec- Council the28th[ D'fC. .1824. ;heelf< ever pillow';ton the ,bosom, ic part on. pap rwhere: (;the. re- j

Order for from the extensive I that contains:the':stoutest bearttr. -' 6u ke9:where 'is the prohibition::.al
uul in producing' an: adjustment; '
f ur.dry of ,,UiSC1LL4JT.TALLAiiASSEE Haskins. v ,: ,r gain (' la.pit'y 'J / .
,, George B QJct', Ifevr-York and memorialists would ; _4 ," '.'.. i'I j'
your suggest d :.77' i ,
received by D. C. II.i Giir: ABKYAGAINST .Ouxp
UL11 Skins and all kinds printing Ink ; whether would not comportwith ; ] Jan. .8th, 182$. tfnite&Statc , 4' nanwiPsul so ,
'Orbaleasabove.i justice, \an l\ with the ntrr- 1 A :>iDn r,wafi'seryed( upbyMr.Wyatf Who Breathes richer there to bU1Se1f.Id"a Head. Quarter*'Thursday,' .'.

ests oftbe UmVd.Siates. that such at his hotel l, in bonor.of the: This is my ,own/jny,native,Und.fr '''4 'j(12g,41779.5- 1
Exchange;Oil on New-York. ofthe land ,claims as, may be reJected ;.nniversary of the VIctory of New """ ;' ".'"' Mr.4Cr4o ... ,Many and pointed..orders: "ha! f:

|i by sale! m sums to ,suit purchasers or undecided by the land Or-It'ans" A cannon: of a six pound *Our-tirihy' v 'Gucif. .AugustusjrWoodWard. been( 'against that'ixpmean'ng I

commissioners' ,'may at the: option! alibre, whichj had been. 'foun4 ,in : .- :. Wyatt. ; (abominable custota, :sweaK : '

'1fl.l4th. 1825.- Stone." & Nisbet., or the, individuals concerned be f July, last, covered witbr u, rubbish at' 'The diafnttrcs'led. ..Friend q/"A i ing ;.,notwithstanatrig.Wti&'fcV: lthf. 1.,

---- L --j- U U carried. beforetheSUperiOrCU1t8, : >M fort St.,Louis, ,and, had, 'prolably rU, wherever, J$und ', .. \:. :muclt.,re gretThe'General'fcbiirrve. *,

PRINTING \ for decision,,:and, that Congress inill been silet| *- fur _ages,. :per- ''Amongsffrtend,.amoD foes';, -. t" t.i: 'p y ul ; Of tiibJeJ Q ,-

t ecttted with neatness wisdom:inight" o"the,said ,formed. its functions..,j u/thexete-: '; Thcow'ris UiviiiewjiereQerit. grotrs," thane t .! 'hii"f.elitffSJ; r t..ton : "- '

a.ud dcspatcu, at this,office.accuracy. oniniissiphers such : ;latitude, as'r)f >ration, of the day. ,- The, "DinnerI S : MrJ Washington' linttally- wounded. -.. .. by"the" oathm!.'T. aJ ,_ :,

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$ recttioni pf the.- Aricato that of Peru and But.o l 1. ing dttYt 7a ::vt.
':, j> :soldiers, join lJIESTl.()., country r-/2fi O motion ,
,i. \heirtter he-ia in bearing them j n A1re.. The reinforcementsfroth : Commodore Hull, commandingthe da It' oMr', CaU.orth '
: watt 101\-
I:; the-B tine ofabat being from whosebouhiifal i ('artlta g na, St. Martha.and bate of seduction, Moran American squadron in the Par
L \' we" Puerto Cabello' had arrived' at IaDawe tried i& the ReaolvcdTb, at the .
Roodness: are permit vs. ,which was. ci6c it is said, on the_ 22d Dec. Conun.OD ntec
ii i ; kd torej 'f'tbc,comfort* of,life, it Guacho: troth Panama whence also Circuit dotri, the jury yesterday treci, I':the it .CalladtanderMocllfelft&o Road: atdCan is.be.insiru

;1 :t Incessantly.' imprecated and* pro had; SeciTshipped million:. ands brought in a verdict fur the plaintiff p .face.Sf$". .1- -ttW'ir mto, the ptditne, ,_
t -i in manner as wanton as halfef ollarc for the s in open C) 'kr \
f phanrd army of 89000. damages. legal.'seizure of'an American ship, s\b\\t\i ,
f Il : : it it shocking. For the :*M* F e" .: ,Llcna was occupied by the A" Y. 1J{ r. 4dv. the General Lodell. sula of Florida, to connect th \
I! it therciorc of decenc Aod Patrlatsl and CaUoawat blockaded caual around by Royalist waters of the Gulf or
., ; .. religion f_ A biH for cutting Mob. Cum Reg. l\texicQ'\fit
J, : order,'the General hoped, & trultl.th61t f I by sea and by land, by the, Combined the falls of the Ohio, has passed Trana ortation of the Afotf.- those of the Atlantic.
'$ officers s of every rank would ; land ,and naval forces, the I the Senate"of Kentucky. Muchexultation / Monday
The Postmaster General has issued Jartt
their influence' and authorial I latter:being under the command oft 24.
k use I: ; is expressed in the pa the following Cir(;wla". On motion of Mr. Owen
to check a vice which' nil as unpI o- t Commodore Blanco, of the Chi- pers' consequence of that event. Post-Office Department l bania, it ry asResolved of AJ*

fit able us it is wicked and shame- Jlian service. j i The iviill'dgeville (Geo.) : Recorder 20th January 1825.5

#t' + fill ; if officers wuuld make Van ,brig[ siates\ that the commissioners The Post Master General has That the Comtnittee

;,tr invariable rule to reprimand, -i: :[ appointed, to treat with the observed with j great regret, that on the Post Office and PO t Road

if that does not do, pvnish soldierfor i : Creek Indians, for the Teiritory the exertions of some Contractors. Be instructed to inquire into the

'offences of ibis kind, it would beingpursued by the Peruvian, and which they otv occupy, have returned on important, mail ron'es, 'have expediency of extending the mail

f not fail(of having its intended effect. I CbJJ squadron, returned to' nqt being,able to fulfil theobJ'ect nut equalled his expeciation, or route from Cahawba to Eyen'iJlt
h 44 port 'which so exasperated the. from Evenville to blonr.z r
\ t ofFire. Heir mission. the; expectation ul'th e P hlic. umathe
commandant: of Callao, that he o- .-On the 30th Dec. the This is the season, when, to avoid i seat of justice of Covington conn.
< FOREIGN.v. f' paned {la' fire on them from the bat- : house of Mr. Nurse ty. Alsorto establish a route
large++e Iigof failures, the umiott exertionsof i from>
It --- -- ] let ro,, ;ol.f"jj to lorc them to a some point on the
Tuwns red Vermont entirely
was the present
all concerned in road
F.m tl. Y.If'/cr. .3dverti.crr
f / La..sFrom; Furo/w.-1 he f decisiv&engage. ment. Gazette consumed l h y firc.. On the of 'the mail, are necessary.No through the Creek nation to the
Prom the National ,
Court, Houses
jOur Peter
t Ir armed last following a large number ofthe obstacles, which human exertions and H nrTcounties.
.. t, parke:* ship Howard, Mexican Gazettes of the 2d And also
: H2&vrV fa neighbors and friends of1 overcome, shall excusea to vest the
from can
evening- are and 3d, ul,. contain a cep'of an
,' Nurse volber collected-tim- Postmaster General; with
ntarily discretionary
\orcci with the latest failure. want of in f -
papers receive otlicial article published in: the (;0ernmt'nt T Any energy of
was fe led, hewn and framed, : will first be noticedby power sending a mail
f hui arr.barrrnufnews. this
i -
Rt 1 and on the third day a house frame : bf water from the city of Mobile
t "
Some. French baggage : the highest pecuniary petal,
wagon ; on the 22d September, 1824, to the city of NewOrleansvSATURDAY'
and sick was erecte I forty feet in length and for the second failure the
., with hoj>pial stoics in which it is stated that from the
: S''t' troops from Madrid, arrived at : 6th of August to the 22d of lire and lh'irty !, eel in depth" contract will be forfeited. -. lit. xiIP1ErJ

t4 i : Bayonne on the 7th Dec. on their ; month Tarrua, Jaujar Pampas, I I .lY }. S ectator. There will '.Ie nu departure A Ib&g

"vay to Cadiz, whence they were'I f liuaudavirlica, Hunt and Hut.were I Jtew- York, Jan 8 -Vesterday, from this rule.-Of this, those t I,
embark for Koch tile. i : agreeably 'o notice, the books for inlt"l'st- be fully -
to manga successively reached I most may asnred. I'EHIlUAUY -
'subscription to the stock of the lS,
from Madrid of''!
A private letter andxoccupitd by Bolivar's' forte, ; .
$ Dec. 2d says "Count Dige n j' and that file l'1Jt'lnyfa fly'g,? Delaware find Huthon Canal! Company On all roads which become so We' understand that Lt. Pearson, bld.shipnan .

IV f. will depart to-day with the Ie- ; fore him with onlv SUMO n1 'n. ue-I' (cajital $1,5>10,0'JO) were deep as to render the rapid pro-'i i Wlngerd and 1<5 seamen of the

mainrlt of the French troops, From the Jialtimort .1m riran.B opened(' atl the I online Coffee 3,Tress of Stages impracticable, i i ju: S. Navy, Live arrived at Fort Far,,!

Two regiments of Swiss troops remain } the ariival,. or. i !hur.sday.{ :f J! House, an*! before! 2 o'clock the Contractors are requested to place |i cas, they having been wrecked! in Uie U.4.

in the barracks, and another the schooner Eliza, Captain \Vil- whole amount.1 was subscribed. the mail 1:1 covered Sulkies, or in I I is. Barge Dioblita, upon the bfand oF

N regiment of troops of the same nation Hams, from Carthagcna, I: which The iu* .1 ipineti app-iS'le. remarks other vehicles hatter suited for the I a i Santa Rosa on Saturday evening last-

.{ .1. is to march in immediately. place she left on the* 22d of I)rcetn- are fU:1dtLv Il the "" Havtrhilf Ga- purpose, and in this manner tt:. continue :!;f,,The DioblitA was manned from the U. S.

,t .i.t "We are glad to have foreign troopsamong beep we are informed that accounts', zeite and Patriot I' on the effect of the transportation of it, until Ship John Adams, and has been cruising

us, as they keep the place had been received there, by way ort|j j iaying out'roads in New Coun the ro..dsV admit cf Stages.c J: Pl=-ates-iaside the Colorado Reef,a.

.t ,v quilt, and expend much money." Panama, stating the junction, of trit.S.Vh t is said in this pteg'r Whatever may be the rondiiioD ofj j jihe far as Cape Antonio which place they

,;i : The ad*ices from l\'Iadlid to all the reinfoccernrtlts frvm Colombia Haut paragraph! of tnv effect of : route, no trip sh old b** lust |;'left in company with the U. S. Barg

1 :Nor 28, state that the Frenchtroops t with Bolivar, in Peru, and the FrenchVar! Road, upon the '1 he su dm rise of water courses_i!, Galiinipper 01.tbe-6th inst. on her re-

hail Vepared to march ontheir thai the Liberator was* pursuing inler'i.i'dbte settlement of the : the uf the marl t turn y Thompson's Island (n crossing
may stop passage ;
.; ; return u\ t."+anc.e. when a a \iciorions r.Ar ..- I country, nv.n the lapse of a likepenod J.,.1 rv..d. .__.. .a n..ry -'un I f' '''the Gulf encountered some he.. y ."-*-
+ Courier arrived from Paris with Caraccu Dec. 29.The Inten- of ii 1rrtliced |rte to come, De saieiyofthe then in which
' anew \ failure of a trip, if the proper I'I she got separated from het
1 rt'atv, by which it was stipulated lout and Commander in Chief oua'aqoil fl Fin effect of the roads !.means bp applied, with the naves i!|: consort: and finding it impracticable l t6
u that 10,000 besides hegan'is'lls G in Michi :+, Aikansas and Floried reach
men, 1 slates, a communication sary en rg}'. I here are man> I I t Thompson's Island from the shattered
11 I'It' ul' unlciia ami I Saragos-i of the 9th of September, da, ante)[ at the lust and pre- roads i.ere a Stage with six or I t i, state of her sails and want of provision i

r sa, were la remain in i Spain. that, on the day preceding, a vessel ceding sess o!,s of Congress and 1 i. eight (pass-ngers and a large quMn- *, bore up for this place; when within

,k, It i
M ; despatchrcl fewer Paris on the ufier a passage of six days,; with are like() t-',|> puss at the present ur. six miles an htor, but there i erog:I fresh from the southward aud west

,"" 3d or 4tti of December to count r-I I j I intelligence that prior to s:!iljng, session.-.Vat., Int. no mail stage road in. the Union, i word tier fu> ;and wa carried away, andr

,1 j: eland the march of the residue o fia I' courier had arrived from the, li- l'ht" ;dimniliee I or. Roads in on which the mail cannot be Cl.Jn )- !j t L+eut. FMmdmg it impossible to haul off: !

I.t t the troops froo Spain. 'bt=u1iIlKlarm)' with intelligence of Congress are I I instructed to inquireinto }'cd in a SuiUey te r Cart, as ra- I i shore, run the boat upon the beach.

1" >: ** It i* said that nearly fifty thousand a victory gained by the Liberator; the expediency of constructing p.til l} us the contract requu es. Ift'o ..v
1 T families nivt suffered by the near the !iri\"cr Apurimac the National Road, surve>'ed
I l\c re- do
' In raes to a cart not give We have been
United I
l; ".a; overflowing of the rivers in Ger : suit of which had left Cal|lerac by in; l Slates, between 1auil'iciert force four should bt politely furnished witb
!t:t \Vh and St. al-1 : sight of some letters from Memhi5
: with jin Virginia,
; Tlnoufch whole districts
; j many. : no more than 1600 n1l n.
The of thrwail '
eling'l i. It is doubtless plied. transportation i J I of Congress,from-which we
the off : 1'he of scout extract the
ltr.r. walersswept (-vl-r) description Spanish t line batlle- hip
: t must nol be niade a secure,:- ,. !
"ii ; f ; of property aiH! all their litilefarming i Asr i.:, and brig Achilles, entered S well as liberal policv object-iliose who consider it1 I i! following, presuming1 that it wiil be inter
'$ : \ siock. 1'he utfVrets have v.aL'ao! on the 12th of September, in the United States to lay out I ary esting to our readers. One- letter !aIIJ
:1'a:, appealed I to the flrilU f for relief. after hating declined I a.i action offend roads in tun countries. The in this light, will very soon be allibeny "The Bsports of the Commissioners of

' i ':: From Honduras.y the Sa 11. them by the unit'pid Vice seiilementof many States has Vengreatly attention to bestow the their undhidcd% of West Fiorida. are pronounced tire ib/es:

:.1.1f'i ;' Tannah, at iTovidence, f om Honduras Admiral Guise. Thecii) of Lima retarded for want of roads "to conveyane pas opihionsr that have appeared in thai D.
: f; I; via 'he full The toad made by our in the sengers. yartntcnt of business." Another that
t.fit : t H.a\'atla. 'aw1'k g ] was abandoned by tile Spaniards, army -- -. h
i1, ;! s l lntdhP-jcat''r- received. I on the 16:1) of Au A'IJ S 1. old French war; is thought to, have = The Reports of the Land Commissioners -

t't>: "Belize. Honduras, Dec. 10, 'I tie Supreme Dnecior" of :,Chi1i Hastened the seiilemeni ofthe up- C I J.j'.t;IlEtSI(J..L.. of VI est Florida, are distinguished fqr.

.' : ; 1824.-A se.rious disturbance: ha1 S'!I lOSUc'd ., (hOl.I'e.an the 31st July, per parts of I New IIAnp nirc' and intelligence, research amiability.'*
(J': taken in the !Ir Vermont ualC a c ntnr ." IN SENATE. .
place seai'o' town of I i; Ol'dr-I'iug' ali vessels of the Chilian Y .

Truxiilo in MUConfederated':. :tttU iiuii f be placed at I the coin- Kentucky j_The Legislature| Wednesday, Jan. 19. I Tire Commissioner: :, on Land Claims
l States Central !! this State aojourned un the llthull. The bill providing fur the security this
" America, caused u.anJ oftlie! Liberator of Cblomia : District have made very long and eJaborute .
r 1.!'i' as it is saiii, b>'- the arrival of a i|i !. umlei. the ciders of Vic Ad- after a stormy session of near of the puhlic money in the report upon the conflicting British
. of .. I 1c vrn +veeks, during which 217 hands of Clerks, Attorneys anditars'1als. 1 1i
: j !. new coniniaudaiit ( color) \10 I ciiral D'n Manuel Blanco ;: that aces and Spanish Claims, in which they
'1 aliens inhabitantp rOt ail of were passed, 22 only of which"are and their deputies was it
; tht{ ( ti t- j roros, il.fc army should be ; I give as their decided opinion, that the
,'1's if! iiioM part Mack Ca'i'! sj it f"\lift''ti t hKcWi.:t' held in readintbs to Jrssi... of a general ch icler.: Among read a third time, passed, and sent British claims have no validity under the,
i \ all Inose who l held lircr'it ," I.' t hem kris the act for to the House:! for concurrence.
uiiv a .v I ti+ .h.-ialor, according to the re-or- laws of and
, f Spain of Nations and that the
. !,, under the rttyalUt go%+'rlru.-nt- t'Ylt'trit': (;) ihr campaign ; and 1 gamzitig lli'e, Court of Appeals l Thursday, Jan. 27. Spanish claims
ought to be iced
. !4.4 I the whol, of whom, wita their I tha the rr ;:ment of mounlecl rifles under whici1 tile following genilc- Mr. Ruggle+ from the. Committee by the Government of the United reco Sister

11 i .. families\ have arrived in that tfJWn.r + shoulti proceed imniediatvlv men .h'1' t: i i! appoint to cotisiimte ore Roads and Canals, lo whom : in preference to those emanating from

r This disturbance will put tlurelife to his i.emi nuaricrs. i i' tii- new court, yin : I was referred the bill to authorize [ t the r;Government. This is ofnwcb

cr of government completelyin : from the: .\atrfjtKt; IntelligenceVt i !. Vv m. T. j Barry of Frankfort, the Territory of Florida to open a I importance to the

i t'a the hands of the blacks, there !". _-\ : have! received a CMef Judge. : Canal to connect the river S t. claimants numerous Spanish

I being no troops to overawe them. CUP: } of a proclamation by tliejPie-\ Jauies Hkijgin: Woodford, I John with the Bay of Si. Augustine dized the whose rights have bee n)eopat-

OChoa, I have ate) doubt, will short- si lent of the :+Il' icjin United 'Sccojul Jud |;t:. reported it without amen d- by long forgotten and justly deprived .

1, follow tiieir examp!e. Il is in Slates, of the 14th DeceiibcTilast:'i I J hn Trimble of Harrison, I me II t. British Claimants. -

,, fait approaching very rapidly to for the continuation of ihe ctrl ct 'rhird Judge. Tuesday, Feb. 1.
the same cmis. l jckade of the f'.dress of Si! Juan : !3"itj. W. Patton, of Christian, The President communicated Extract from a letter to a gentleman

These provinces are in a miserably de Ulloa, dc;land on the;, 8h Fourih Jinigp. the (petition of the Mayor and of Pensacola, dated Porto

M i disturbed state. In the province October, 1823, till the end,;, set No ineajsurrs were adopted! for I Board of Aldermen the City ofPeusacola > Cahello, 1st Dec, 1824.

. of Leon, 1'ie people are in a forth in the original declaration is rebuilding; or repairing the StateHouse : praying that the lands Business is very lively here, the dti.
+ miserable rondi"on. Th se incen- obtained ;, which proclamation; or at Frankfort, ahhough the owned by the United States,.within i- tens are busily employed in rebuilding

dial icy have, .urnl the Church, decree<< the Secretary of Marine I; is Legislature i *?ill meet there againin the limits of the Corporation or the town; valuable prizes arrive very

> aid nurdetfd several of the white requited to communicate to'' the November next. A bill was the said city, may be grained to frequently r> the prize goods sold at auction '

4ftB iran:! litants.y ." Foreign Minister, Consuls, 'I iniroductd into the House of Representatives said city.. will average nearly a thousand dollars

Prom th* Philadelphia.1trora und Frank r.->}d';.t(* in Mexico.from Ste'l i to remove the Seal On motion of Mr. Barton, it was daily. Goods every kind are plenty

Gazette. the. JV"?w Park Coannrual Ji trt,- ; of Government to Lexington.The .- referred to the committee ou Public and cheap. The place is ,'eryhealthYt
Important from Peru.-(ieni r al ter Jantiuiy z';,/. : ,
: vote was 56 to SO, which, not Lauds. one Physician sufficient to attend all the,
,; Con-z, \uo came passenger in Very late from l.urofie.-, h e
; being a constitutional majority, Feb. sick, although thr number of inhabitants
Wednesday 2.
the ,
Sch Lewis '
from arrived
r. Alvaraclo, snip Tally-Ho, here lasl
I + ; has kindly fi\ored us with the e.\eiiing in a remarkably quickpassage. | |(two thirds for this l being; the majority required : Mr. Lloyd, of Mass from the amounts to about 10,000 !

r t fill".?wing authentic intelligence She left the Downs] on measure,) the bill committee on Naval Affairs, -to Several French frigates and other veSsels
ot fell
from Pt>ru. Mr. S. nta..nariabt' the 5th o> ;this month. !' course through. :' whom was referred so much ofthemessage > were lately discovered on the coast

C:-lo-ubian Minister resident' in Mr. AppIeton, of the Americanlegation I JV>ar For*,-It was but a day or of the President of the A French bib entered the harboryrstei

Mexico, hurl revived accountsfrom to Spain, had pissed' two ago> that{books subscription United States as relates Naval day, delivered .a message and departed

, Cf Uo of the. 3d of None,,,- through London and rmbai kedj ,: Cannel were openedj*r lite Lackawaxenit Affairs, reported a bill "authori-I I immediately. The General in Chief ha'-
: i ber, brought t. to Ar.ap\l'co by t lit Liverpool" for this port.rl br Lo rite -suhscrl stun was zing the establishment it put us under Martial law ; the Militia are

brig Pallas, Captain Henrv' B*,,- I don Morning Chonicle gives a'\le instantly it- books fit ed. On the 17th, VY-YARD AND DEPOT 'AT !I ordered to be held in readiness to marchat
mond, from Guanchaco, a port in ter from Madrid, of Dec. 7lhi, as I to the opened for subscriptions OR NEAR PENSACOLA. a minute's warning. All is, horr+:tai
Stock of .
the province of '1'ru'illtJ'illt,. iJolivar% follow,: J New Capital the which waa twice read. tranquil.. '
s Jersey Proieclion and Lombard -
l hc4Q-quaru were at And' 11- *' Iu last I
fiu my mentioned thej A- Bank," and in three hours the
lan, or the road to 'Cuz o, on the mericau Minister having sent''i off amount subscribed, exceeded three House of Representatives.Wednesday We have received from Tallahassee 9

.16th of October, having' defeatedCanterac his Secretary at a short _notice millions of Dollars.-Aat. Int. Jan. 19. communication from the author of"A

in Guamanga and Rio with despatches to. Washington) -! Col. L Lima, first Aid to General '. The n for the relief<< of certain Friend to Justice" in answer to the eisaj

f Pampoa. Of 6OOO'men that composed the cause now comes oat. The Paezof the Colombian service, sufferers by the destruction of properly of," One of the E-Family," published

Cantirrac's army, '1800 had King, in fits"wisdom formally ;dearrived in this city on Saturday during e, late war, (commonly in our paper' of 29th Jan. The tntbcensures 'csr
vrited. : 'and 'were, ; ret'eatinIto .mands of (U1t United. Slates torecall ) last.-Idem. ,, 'called the ,Niagara bill finally us 'rather severely 'fopublicity..to ;- f> '
: ,)
wards Cuzco, to join The rema inns the recognition of the independence By late accounts from Europe, passed by a,majority of such.a production, and s
\ of La Serna-s forces, "ho had b of the "I now find honorable
a end..reated : several SpanishCountries : we !learn, that the Chevalier. h e- four votes. myself urged by every
in the neighborhood of 'jjn America, under. : pain, redia, of the ex-minister motive to transmit my real name IS
brother .
Chiapas,, by the army of B u-n os in case of refusal,'of isnuing a royal Count Qfalia has On Thursday, Jan. 20.' the author of'A Friend to' Justice,' and

. t ,' Ayres.-Tb'a\! army' had taken. decrrr'REVUb1hiC THE CESSION Spanish Minister been-appointed the'United it motion of Mr. Call I of Florida thus take upon 'myself the hatred md *
posttftsion'of:the;provioces of.Potoa'u OF 'THE FLORIDAS/j- c* StAtea.--Id. I. ., RasResolved '. '- dium of exposing,the, falsehood.of ibefo

'I t ''Cochabambdi. Orudo, Puno: The: Greeks: : obtained, a. naval, ,, From la1 aParis. That the Committee inuation.,or the credit of advocating the

to and Santa Cruz de la,Siera' $ victory, over.the Egyptians outhe learn that a ,M eederslol1en paper, .'We,, on Commerce! 'be instructed: to in* cause.of truth." Thus'our,readers<..b :tP
!j ,irar. himself' writes, :I to Mr., ,- :Sari .- i 11handl12th] Nov. ', t- Chargedcs..Affairesfrora|"I \ \ q, flu quire ,into. the expediency; of con proof positive in'contradicting the insinuation

c :. :mr xna'as ring him ,of the"speedy T' c',Greeks. have officially? n- to the. United Statesw Prussia structinga; public vessel for the that 'Col. White. was the atrtbof

'. termination of the campaign' as a,. nounced! ;th.Iockade. oT Pa feast the passengers,in. nof as the among f purpose 'of .communicating ..withist of Ui> hand bill signed A.Friend 'Ju; .
d / Chula arm".was marching from and .Le P D'O' yI \ : ,the different; light, house*. n'the tice,"we aided the cause of truth,asnomore di
t' .. ..; ". ., 1- I packeifrompaUito Dover, be Coaat 'of:East Florida -
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-:1 'TV: tity for the contemplated canal. iti army.untiof M taluxg p- sBeiTk ofcfcntsat W'asmngtonCityf the.U .r k ."
Florida ? How in 182VV hich time Vfo! lastWi : onInvbk t'k .c..' ..lie.
'OOMJIUNiC.llTIo.N East inBnitcly Florida t tcbWiIL fta$;I, ...
more important 'he-government: he had ris sn. ,to.the rank of taptain.He have.done-all. rt'IQtlda: ,that any, re nceQr 'ten't1a\1 .; :

Fr the Pell1aco""zeUe... 'arc" these; canals than those ,jabove, ad the. reputation of-a.Iman could.f fiavei: done.1' '.'.Here ,.is i hisJreUjai ng 'me'n ..'.. _iAu..'''if 1:lie b1 1t s: & r .
The address of Col.) White to for which such liberal 'appropri meritorious officer,but was not'remarkably -:: tleastpib \1f hd .if an'f oner.in I the'suffrage* of xf thepeopleY trot&subV;iwpireat w : f.I. -

.he people of Florida, cannot fail a ations have been made. Should' distinguished among,o* his conscience, should, happen to I mtt to opposed by other Aspirants,aaf .
read with solicitude by every the Naval Depot be established at the meritorious officers. of the think, that somebody-else could he must submit,to the will of the people*
I-itizen interested 'in the prosperity Pensacola, for the powerful .reasons same rank I!in ,the army. It wouldbe have done more, he must forsooth, .if they do not ch Ote to elect him, with-. ;: ,

of our Territory. I.is a full ex- urged in the Memorial of the doing [injustice to others to be-a ,rogue. u ,None who are ao.. out,stigmatizing sycophants and tbcih fla as* erers.the dupes The of liars

posItion of the policy and pro first Legisittive Council, h6w important throw,therp into the shade,,merey quainted 'with:my affairs at home, fact which he states in his Jetter.of his very not I .
of the country, communicated would sucn a canal be for l li tote, '.'lim a prominent stand- but will admit, in,serving the Territory knowing one in a hundred of his votersis
peCtS in a style capable of being the transportation of troops, munitions ng. 'i\Vipppintineit as aid to 1 have niadegreatperaonqgacrfices. a reason against his re-clectiiyi, and in
understood by all, in language de- 'of war,and provisions from Gen. Jackson, is a strong re.com- e ." Yes,great sacrifices i! truth, the observation might reversed,, ., .
I for not in hundred tSe!
one a rof voters is
QU!,moderate .nd unexceptionable Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina -. mend tioDi and together with his A: young! man resigns a Captaincy .acqu&iintedvith his Delegate. If '
and evinces a liberal and ge l ami the, interior of Florida.. I military service deserves consideration i in the army,embrace_ a new profession of these remarks should be seve justice any .
nerous feeling, as, well as a deep The period has arrived when the ; ihc degree of it must be which he pursues for 12 ''must say that the severity arises from
Wiglrt into our local, and political friends of Florida should enquire left to each!; one. according to his or eighteen months, in a poor de-. their truth, that they proceed from no in ,
concerns. It is such an address into, and take measures to; effectuate way of thinking. The Capt. having cayed village and is then suddenly tention sire, to assert to injure the any one,and but from a de
might be expected from a gentleman these important objects before resigned: his commission, took l transferred to Congress, seated the citizen. liberty. privUege'f

I who acknowledged lo conuiN rce has taken aij unnatural up the practice of the lau in Pen- among the fiatres conscrifiti, and It behave every one who has a regard
possess extensive and diversified channel, m despite of the superior sacola, but :under the disadvantages yet talks or personal sacrifices.. for his rights, to set'his face against every
information, and an active discriminating advantages of hariiour, ; of a defect( of education, and Those who then voted for him, attempt vain to carry things by.threats, or by a m

.mind; who has been devoted health, climate and situation. All want of previous preparation forth thought they were helping him meat,presumptuous towards those who and arrogant ill bow_deport I
to the inlerens'ol f the I Ternary who understand the true interests Bar. The situalion4 affairs to the highest point to which his knee and shuut hosahnahs.* not tho. !I j'5.

during several years residence of the cou'ntry would pronounce i iita was favorable, the Judges were not ambition could at that time aspire.It Plain Truth. \ S

in it, and inspired by. a deep individual I folly lo establish a town at the sages Westminster Hall, nor will be difficult for any one to i
interest in us wealth andjarosperiiy. i j I, mouth of Appalachicoia when was the competition composed of I believe, that a seat in Congress "
I I there are sucii: ports us $t. An- Erskines and Garrows. He tbat I was not the object'of the General's JJJ I \sf Q I

Since the Memorial addressed I I dU W'5 &And P 'us cvla. Col.;'VhHeI had the most' confidence was in ambition, and that he did not most I

by the first Legislative Council to I ,iias utso in manner, equally! judicious general the most succes ful.-But earnestly desire to ,obtain it. It 1rt tjS fenaacola.ENTERED. I.
the President of thc United :Stales, invited ine public attention the reputation of a lawyer is in was far from our intention, whenwe -- i t
there has been" io such exhibition to the removal of obstructions some measure private properly, voted for him, to do him an injury I I : ,
; of our prospects and resources ; from cur uunvroua Liid najigable\ and ought i iioi to be lig ,lly treatd and now that the people of Ne Feb. 20.-Schr. Tom Shields Forsyth : :: '
ivel session I ofl the legal standing of the Florida know the fact to w-Omleans, boui.d to St. Mark's and I
many improvements are now suggested : s ; we so- at i-vciy : ; requirethe Tampal3ay. ;
that have presented th.tm-I :ngrcss, larjje appropriations 1, of Gt>n. is only alluded to as con- services of the General at such 22Schr. Harriet; Campbell New-0r
selves to the mind of few individuals public money for the purpose' of n cted with: the qualifications ascribed a price, when there are persons lean., ;36 hours ; Consignees of Car"'o L1'4' i f
in the country, and however removing obstructions in navigable to him, to fit him to be our that may be found to represent Stone & isbet, N. H. Allen, Finlay" I

visionary they may appear to superficial rivers* ; bu poor Florida, the representative ; his character as a their interest, and thank them for. Baron Rushton&, G. Andeison, G. C. Tud, C. le L
observers and diminutive youngest sister of our confederacy, statesman is more property the thc favor, would be doing an act of: 24.-Schr.J. Quin San, i 1+' .
politicians, who endeavor to dis- comes in for none of the favors subjecl for examination. l"olnake great injustice. Bui by far the Orleans, Cargo, Groceries Antonio&c.to Roicb the, New *!
credit e'ef'thintr. that is fl'ollth lavished upon the elder children, a good statesman many requisites most exceptionable part of the letter tain. Can- 'H* \, f
pen of this I gentleman) tne people who are more able to take care of are necessary, and I am free to express I is the next sentence, where so CLEARED.
cannot fail to see that there is nothing themselves Every part |of the my opinion, that we have amongst I much temper is beir..ycd, at the Feb. 18th-5chf. Angelina, : [ ', P'
recommended that is not coast oi the United States j is fortified us those who possess themin very thought of an_opposing candidate New Orleans, Cargo, 12000 feet KJmbfer '
Important and practicable ; und ii and immense iuti"-s expended a much higher degree than our or the remote possibility of by J.No ega.ARRIVED. S : 'I

Accomplished, calculated! to be attended except Florida; and instead of progressing present Uelrgalt ; we elected, him his being left out, and at the same Feb. 20.-Schr.Amelia I .
with the most&: beneficial results in a ratio to equtll l the by a respectable vote inVest Florida time, proves the sincerity of the, 21.-: \s. Revenue Cutter, Reilly, Alabama, Mobile. 4
to 'our Terl' tol y. The first expectations of the old iii'/.abt-I: where there was no opposing complaint of" great personal sacrifices Captain Faster. from a eruice.: j
improvement uggested, is one in tants, ard those who have invested candidate, principally from a desire -: ," Under these circumstances 21 t Barrancas, brig Fame, Totton S ,
which every part of West Florida tneir fortunes in it, she isi rl'tro-I that very generally_prevailed, if the people of the Terriiory St. Croix, bound to Mobile, put in in a i-i j
AS well as the United Stases, are grading. Col.) While basi with to have the Delegate from this are disposed to abandonme I gale. 1 1;

deeply inieresied that cf connecting great perspicuity, pointed ojit, the quarter. He would labour undera because I will not lie, fawn, 21st --5ciir.SAILED.Feb. Tom. i1J.
< Shields
the waters of the Appal chi- necessity of :t haal ofclefences, mistake, if instead of ascribingthis I flAtter and deceive, be it so, I care syth, St. Marks. < For "

cola with those of Choctaw.1atchte on the Oulph of Mexico," anil other to an accidental sta.e of thingshe not, I am able to take carcx>f my- 23d-U. ,S'. Revenue Cutter,Alabama, I
.and from thence to Pensacola ; na- : impiovemenis )' j tf the went lo consider it as ;proceeding self,".-.and the people of Florida Captain Fostcron. cruize. 11' *
Iurc has furnished an inland communication particular a tention of every friendto solely front. an admiration of can also take care of themselves, .. -rJo ... i*
with little imeriupiioa the CflUnU'A :\h RCH.\NT. himsrii. The circumstance placedhim I. nor will they consider it an abandonment -: Custom House, Pensacola, S 1J:
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between those places. It has been I I inusiiuation become popular of any one, because they January 14th 1825. II IIFor
ascertained by an association ofgenllemen I MR. HUNT-i mil a plain man, by the manner of his attend- do not choose to give them their SAILING DIRECTIONS
in Pensacola, at their :j! little accuatomed xo writing :(in the ing to our interest ; but it appears'! votes ; they have a right to bestow -. Vessels bound into Pensacola 'I
ttwn expense and with considerable .I; newspapers, you will therefore- that his success in ihUrt'specthas' :! them to whom they please, ",7"kSSELS: coming from the Eastward 1 I
trouble, that the east branch oi I cuse m\ hon d ly styhIt appears not been equal to his opportunity ; i.f to Gen. Call, if he will do them L v should keep in 7 fathoms water until S I 1.
jhe Choctawhatchie bay approaches that the elrciion of Detagalii is a it is left to others tlJquire int;) the favor to accept them, or to any the Light House bears by Compass jr.
by w. when they can stand in for the bar S
within 4& miles of'the west subject of great interest amongstus the causes. other-and pray, what is that L ui't.l: in 3 fathoms, which is the shoalest .I 4
branch of St. Andrew's Bay,*al1d and every one who has any 1 do not know that I should abandonment ? Is it the abandonment water on the bar at low water, with the
the cast branch of St. Andrew's .! thing to say about it is loud (tn ex-! have_troubled you with my cogitations -. of the great personal sac light bearing 1{. bv w. After arriving on J T
"Bay is only wo miles distant from, pjeasing his opinion. I hope. sir, but for the perusal in one ; rifices" the Gen. must make in the bar agreeably to the above directions ; 1
the Chipola river from which thereis will not of you iiust then steer 1{.w. u,itil the s. w.
you deny me tile use of your late papers, of a letter ; representing our interest ? Such end ofSt. Rosa Island bears and
a navigable bayou to the ChalU-: mis priviltgr, for I feel l, ;some r from our Delegate, written in a would be an Irish abandonment; the Light House x.; w.when:x.ty you s. can j
hoochie, a short distance above its h"w or other, an inclination to : style and spirit very little calculated much better to say fairly and frankly steer for the Light until within the Island, ,, .
junction with Hint river, from I make known my sc-.n-Fincnts, al. j to insure the suffrages of the that he had been highly bene- when you can haul up into the passage
which it appears that by cutting a t houg.s 1 im not certain thai they people of the Terriiory. Know fitted and honored by our choice, and steer for the bay free of danger. IK'
anal only 6$ miles, hrougii a M ill he of use to toy body. thyself," is one of the most admired that he desired a continuation of large'ihe vessels abote coming directions from are applicable the westward for "1

country belter adapted to that object borne ir.rrc .1#o u \vas Announced sayings of the Grecian philosophers favors, and would feel unhappy at with exception, that they need not
than any on the continent, in a Duiul-biU from Tallahassee, I ; many drfects are par- III the withdrawal of our custom.- keep in more than 5 fathoms,water*
Steam Buats would be enabled to that our present Delegate would j jdoned in a modest man, which appear ,I I But sir, very opposite language, Small vessels drawing not more than 14< II!
run from Pensacola several hundred i be brought forward, as a cundi-, glaring! ;and offensive in one, I 1 I it is often seen may convey the feet can bring the light to bear s. j w.
miles up Chaltahoorhie! ana I tla'e for n-election. Tne paper I I who is deficient in that amiable I,I same meaning. half and steer mile for of it it in, where the' night they until can anchor within f) ,

Flint rivers, al all seasons of li.e Stl forth his pretensions in a very.I I quality. 1 have been all my life a The sentiment conveyed in the with an off shore wind. But if they havea
year, and all the productions of loi'y 1 manner, and cloalhcd him grt-al enemy tolhe bombaates furi- other part of the foregoing sen fair wind they can steer E. by B'. until I
this immense country, rapidly increasing wii.h; attributes, which for one, 1.uid 080 style of speaking and acting, tence, deserves to be severely re- sheltered by St. Rosa Island, where tl.ey ,
in population and wealth, riOt think justly belonged to I and lei I a gi'eai desire to see every probated. It declares in so many can anchor in a good harbour until cfctyKght. 4 : At
trill be shipped from St. Andrew's m ium. 1 thougiit! it bordered on thing estimated according lo words, that with him, no one can The ebb tide' sets s. w. and, the flood .
and Pensacola Bays. his i wc-jlj! the marveilou, and was perhaps its true and real value. There is I enter into a fair and honorable I >K. 1:'.,which should be carefully observedby
known that the Appalachicula riTrr I not judicious in his friends, as it nothing more discouraging than I competition, and that if the peo all 'vessels coming in,as the ebb will I
discharges itself by a nuiuberof illicit provoke, or at least justify to discover a ;want of modesty in a I ple elect any other, it must be because carry you on the caj.cos shoal and tho S
mouths over shoals, which present j.scrutiny. which, but fur tll1'' would young man, because it evinces a L I I they shall have been the flood sets directly in. over the middle ., !

aa insunerable barrie to ihe !laoihave been thought.ol. This ]: want of susceptibility of improvement I poor fools and dupes of liars, flat ground. A. W., Hamilton J -1
approach of vessels from without, jl| h highly wrought recommendation, We have seldom seen ouri terers and sycophants ; what a S
and Us local situation is as unpro-H"I emanating fr.m the Seat of Go- i Delegate in print, and it would be compliment to us constituents 1 -45-12vf.. Collector : I
for S
'J phious health as commerce. vefrnment, something in the caucus better for him; never to be seen at The sentiment betrays an over --- -S .
The value of this immeiise river so sTyle, was encountered at the tim all in that way. The letter from I bearing, impatient disposition 'as ""FOJ"LE.S I

veil tion will calculated be for steam i: vi;Ca by what might be called a counter him lately published, is very far II well as a deplorable deficiency in Vi\\\ Arpens of Land lying on.,the I
lost, unless this ob blast io the of from West bank of the
; use phrase giving gj-neral\} satisfaction ;; selfknowledge.There River Kf :
jcl is attained. The most intel King James, in his essay on thrdelateriout in"xitiimsa young man too suddenly is one paragraph of the Gambia, known by the name of Tunin'a. I
ligent gentlemen Jar.ltB.Mi County wTvot, of tobuoco. cicvaicdj; beyond his proper General's letter, which might be Bluffi I
who have examined the subject It is far from I 1000 Arpens lying on the Big Lagoon
very my intention: sphere. 1 canriot relruin from remarking noticed, as placing him in a very I ''
think it r. 800 arpens lying on Si. Mary's Bay
perfectly praclicabje at a sir, to take the with :
ujj subject a on stnre of the passages favorable contrast with the rest of I
small expense ; our indefatigable! view to enter into an ill-natured of that letter ; he oos.'r"es I am : Congress ; 1 am making some 132 One on house Intendencia and* half street lot.; 3 No.vacant I
Commissioner .
<: from Pensatola, scrutiny into our Uelegaie's pretensions free to admit, hat I am not calcu- progress with.the business of thc m lots at the Barrancas, and t
while! on duty, selecting the seat of to Hie'hijh teputdtior. which lated for a successful politician, so Territory, tho' 1 assure you thereis : two houses' and lots at the same S. 1
Oovernmeni at Tallahassee, cbllecied the address suppose him to poses far as success :must depend upon u little disposition on the part of place. Conditions, one third cash, ono S
third in twelve months, and one third in '
much valuable information as a statesman, scholar,:; or IIme.s rving, humiliating policy Congress to do business of any P IP two years. Apply toSam1. I
4n this subject, and agrees in the military man, ; but I thin. it due! which would degrade the reputation kind." What an idle set they Patterson. .

opinion inut the plan is practica- lo truth, to sei down what ,in \my, of a gentleman." We shouldbe I must be the industry of our Delegate Feb. 25th. 1--4\v..
ble : all concur in supposing the 'estimation is the of his giv* .
amount I sorry to our votes lo anyone r ought to put them to the -
project l feasible, and ?11 enquire pretensions in those particulars who could stoop to such poli. blush. Some of them may not feel them NOTICE I.

W are we to gr.t the means ?- The address gave us an epitomy cy-the Territ )ry has never made selves much flattered by this home truth, 11's hereby given That at the next term S
tol. While has said in his address I of his public life, a subject, by ,the it the conditio a of any oae's elevation and we Floridians,cannot whose but feel proudat Ir of the Hon. the County Court, I will .

l that, upon several occasions, Confess bye,proper for, examination, whenever : -what t en is the meaning; ,in all having that is a great Delegate and useful l, justly superiority en present the accounts- and,vouchers, and .. ,
have appropriated: '00,000 I an individual offers of such dec ? lit make fin settlement 1t,of the4state of
as a candidate a aration Does titles him to play the censor. The task '
acres of land for objects far I for public' office. To 'beI not require commentary\ ? If I of writing to one's constituents, is indeeda ed.Giles Newton;late of Pensacola,. de u. .

inferior in a national point ofjj I :gin then with :his military reputation he alludes to the complaint of his very troublesome one, and I am seriously John. tie la Rua

Jew.[ Upon examination,! find that i:: :i iCougress it may be: well to remark, thai not writing more' frequently to his of excusable opinion that in net the writing C rn. at to least them, is more,very S Administrator, ,

appropriated 100,000 j i iJtres the tiilc or appellation oi Geueral l, constituents, I must say, that although frequently)', unless under more strict injunctions Fell.24th 1215-51---tf. S \
of public land to connect aj-i attached to his name, was acquired the task would be labori: not tQ publish his letters. -
btanch or the Muskingura withji 1 I :in time of peace, and in the mifilia ous and Jroublesome, there is no lithe heathen who asked_ Jupiter to NOTICE' L
the ; window in the breasts bf lps hereby given: That_ at the:next tenfl.i .
place a glass
Cuyahoga that where
a stream joins no militia has been thing in it derogatory the
Lake Erie. yet ) to proud. men, in order'that' each ,might read the i ,' of the,Hon.-the C.u ty, ,Court, I will '.
Congress at another organized. Such titles are sounding cst gentleman in the land. The secret thoughts of 6thershad asked,for.amoral : present the'accounts and' vouchers; .and
ttne appropriated the same quan- are.. calculated. have some. contest thus far, has.be en conducted looking glass, in which every one make final settlement.of the estate of I
tityofland to open a passage; beVeen I effect, and generally j" more than with the utmost delicacy, and could see his real character, or even be ,Jacob OdellJUtc. ofPensacoljt,dec .sed." I
\ theliead waters or-.U1tVa- '\iiey' deserve. Thpre is too much with every' possible respect to the hold himself.:a :,his ;.neighbor*. seehim; ,: James Cart.: ::

bash andSt. Mary's. The same j desire amongst us Americans, t o feelings of Gcn j Call. It is to be they useful would thing, have'Officers requested of the'aJwise airoyj :In,and en .F L ti. ts-51--. $. : ..- jfdntimstrator- ,

quantity tc was again appropriated J l I un after swelling tiil s. The ap- regretted that the indiscretion, oi tering On the dull pun itS of civil hfe,''; : OTICE.f.: ::1

the'Plcin tfTect a communication between poinrmems to high offices in the .his friends should give publicity are too apt to bring with thenri disposition rlS,' hereby given, Thai in c17ri&,
an* a stream r the Illinois, militia, when unsolicited, are evidences to.what they admit was not.inloid- to domineer and to arrogate' & :greater ,' L\with the 5th section of the .Oidisiaiic. '
lifu the Chicaguflowing Lake respectability; and standing ed for publication, and which exhibits degree of !importance;than 1st their Midc tal- 1 1entsentitlcthem of the 31st of January last, return maddby .
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itt&t lgan. If then Congress haveappropriated In society ; they are seldom a very un fortunate 'contrast_ L the soldier when they; they enter into'compe ,the'Awes ors shal)rcmainopep thel:..
.of interested for
1ree Instances bestowed on account -of military with the of,the Gene civil': .and inspection: 'any' person, "
in pursuit
100 liberality tition withicitizens two'weeks ftom.the dateheof-.i. V .ii ..,..
,000 acres of land talents oftenevince | .ral's .treat take their, chance like ,others. Frowns* ,_
to excavate andyer.y va opponents, "I' every p ,offieo'offthe, Secretary", the' iSC f'!!t 't' '
Canal, Witkwhat propriety could nity'and'conceit.. Gen. Call, Ian roan" with politeness." Wonderful: ] threats and acts of violence will! not pass' I ,Aldermen,3too'cockP.&S ii\ I

they ,:ruse -& grant 'of;the same informed, served. at a Lieutenant condescension 11 j George ,the IV'th ter current men for\iwnt of peaceable,:nor wiUtheJ habits from always coming 4e-: :turda s.and.Sundas exce jJi:: S ::. ;

QUantity to accpmpHsh: the one a. at the7siege'of pJewOrleans whenjquitey6a'Bfyand I could do no .less. "'-Notonett, Ir., forward"';'voter will. not be drilled in favor ".. N., ..rPar' ,;, 1' ,
!Te mentioned and continued in the m ,,.who will the of I feel a reluctance Feb,25th,182.ret: rie ,- .
a like quan'.i ( ; : review progress' ] any, one.. pursue: Ie' ,.! : .
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".., '", -"J"...." .. '4 .'. .,.. .. 1"aix _-- oil .' 4 1- 5 before I .TAtLAHASSEE; ... (
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.,:} I'' 't1'Penwc.1m. priudedfrnherThzFwbenpr in t.c.opimon of the Collector, I appointed under
: ever slaves \ WDnE Coonntssionen,* Weekly
\, 1 1 :4i JcLZJI.' I"t no t.tc; told if:. they;can.be hired for" the airy t liable to pay taxes_under thisjordinance .I an act of tbe Governor and Council NewsPapejTO *
t I i ;1 I r; T3E it .,trdttsned by the' Board .f Jlltr- tax and cost for any term not Exceedingone sb&11Kunable' to ,Wj the i of the Territory of Florida, will on thefirst BZ ENTITLED 7..

:, I'I'J'M: Cit!' /\P **ac toThat, in year. same, H shall be the,duty of the Collector;Ito j Monday of April next proceed to sell nO'l'ida

,- : n'wy in, each pear, three ,. 6. .Indbe itfurther Or ni.That. onselling report the circumstances in writing to the pritcipal square,to the highest bid Inigen
; Ifr con.nristioners shall be appointed, who prraona.1'pl'qertr, the; Collector the Board of Aldermen,' that such relief'dc r the lots of Tallahassee ; the plan of soliciting the
:' W shall be freeholders, whose duty it shall circumstances may re- IN patronage of a
; shall advertife the distress ten days I pre- : may be'granted which embraces one hundred and sixty public the
:,4 1:' :,:( .. be to receive a list of taxable property vi.xis the of sale .I : submitted laudable d
.:' : to day by putting up advertisements enure. S acres of land, and will be on diffusing local and general intel
''t' 1": ever/ description! from each and e*cry inhabitant at three conspicuous places 8. ,.fzd oc il I"1"-'' oYIfl1wdThat TJ-;.. all application and on the daysof'sale; for the mong the citizens of this .
) :4r.t' and to asses the value of real the .And' I former ,ordinances parts of. rdlfiancesfor you?
city";- selling or renting real information of purchasers. The terms rishing Territory, the fcS
t I Editors
,,. ; estate within the bt'Unds of the corporation estate hire sale of slaves! shall revenue in the city. f Pensa- six that
or or be, raising a prtfribed by said act, are per cent diffidence and embarrassment. !
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t :1" i I. : who shall be entitled to ten dollar advertise the same once a week, for ,four cola, be and the same are hereby repealed advance on cost of each lot ; the residue attend the hi aJ.
ii' each as a compensation for their services. weeks, previous to the day of sale or. : Provided Tu' *'nothing in this ordinance -, in three equal, annual instalments and enterprise ways termination commencement of
'; a 2. .2m/ le it furthnn d, That it lease in the shall be so construed as to preventI held bound -bicb
i, 1 in some newspaper published I e lots and individual security olved in the uncertainties '
,4 ;\;t4 I'; I shall be the dutcfthe Secretary of the city, and if no paper be published in ,the the Collectors of taxes for the j can for the payments, on the completion of Yet, feeling solicitous to be of fUbni tI....
:: ,! Board to furnish the Commissioners', as the collection of, I13dW
; advertisements cocpleting
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I city, then by putting up which, titles ,.ill be made to the respective community, they avail! themseKc
ilh the assessment then
I On as possible. ; at three conspicuous places thccin. the same, greeably to the ordinances the
rolls of the preceding and also with owners. t I p resentauspicious period, hi The ird'
ir year
7. .ind be Ordained, That resident existing.
further Tallahassee is situated about nineteen of a new& and growing
f blank rolls for entering the following i- I shall have to F. H. Nisbet t country to
: owners a right redeem miles north of St. Marks near three navi- the patronage and of dSS-
terns cf taxable! to wit: support: the
; v property real thus hired, leased -
and Lots slaves or estate President of the Board. gable streams, in a fine fertile country, | of the interior, to a NevPaser tlT
1! \\\tlt' Ilousct one from the time
.1 lease sale
sucli or on repaying
t Four 'heeled pleasure carriages, of John Jerrison and watered by a never failing stream and conducted, no one will be dip ?
'" pI urcbserhis money, and fifty per tent on ca *,
...t 1,:, Dearborn, 'the amount of the tax and costs, and paying Mayor. fine spring.. question.
.f T1 !;;. TV o wheeled pleasure carriages, for:all improvecr.ents which may have Public Buildings. The resources of this delightful lecbV
'. Itf Horses and routes, been made on real estate. Non residentowners Attest, : The Commissioners be prepared to of the country, its contiguity u, the r5
.a! 'If' 3. Jnd be itmAnOrJajn That,the shall have a right to redeem under N. S. PARMANTIER, receive proposals, immediately alter tbe o Mexico, and to a fine back c JT*
' t'1I1 fiscal car shall commence the first S I Georgia, as also it* central situTSoa ,
the same restrictions during two years cr tary.ST..1.E sale ofthe lots ct Tallahassee, for the erection -
" : day of Janturv anmuiiy', and all property I spire the pleasing expectation thltj S
from tHe day of lease or sale. of one wing cf the public '
r,* shall be assessed the name of tile p r-I: 8. .inJ be farther Ordained, I I That for OF ALABAMA, i ings, to be of durable.materials.: bUildel"I become a place of considerable i

,to I Iw: i son or persons lioMing the same, on : s lJingl personal property, tHe Collector : COVIXGTON COUNTY who may be (disposed undertake a "I I tance, as well as the centre of rdi
and science in'FJ orida.
,i" i.1 first tLi\ of Fcbniarj in each year. Awl i IL If I shall entitled the fees
be to same as are i of considerable importance, would do well
'4'i it shall$ be the dutv of the: commissioner Suit in Chancery for Divorce.John The FLOBIDA LtTKLucExrtn
at Rowed: constables for similar Cervices ; lo attend. A plan will be submitted forthe nctsiw.
.4./ apptrnlcti HA aforesaid, to complete thesut&sn.eiit and for selling, leasing or hiring, real estate Dimond Covlngton Alabama, information of those persons interested ed to be a vehicle of local and genera,..
j : : and make return tlureot to .slaves'and for making idacknow- ti. and who formation, and accessible to all fW
i or .' Circuit Court. none need apply, may not per
. ";.k 4".ni.i,. the iiourd of Aldermen, on or before the ledging deed or lease the sum of, tvo dollars I L"zz:& lmon. $ be enabled to give satisfactory security who may be desirous of discussing tcpca:
: T first day ol March ensuing. and such appearing to the satisfaction of said of a public nature, or of commu
, ft a/tdfifttf cet.ts; \\det" "Or IT for tne faithful performance of his con-
1'!; ;:. : ., 4. '.Ind be further Ordained, That on lease shall be recordt'd within one month ;curt, that the Defendant in this case I I tract. scientific researches d litcruy:
". 1" \ a return cf the assessment, it shall be the from the day of its execution. ': : is not a resident of this; State, it is therefore But all personal and invidiousvery diapUUlM
rU p: r' duty ol the! Secretary to make up the tax I ordered that:, unless the defendant in Robert Butler, ) e diversity of attack on private cS
.i" :t. roll"fci the collector, by adding to each ARTICLE III.I I this case appear and plea-i, answer demur Thos. H. Peun racter shall be suppressed.This .

: I: :-, if item of taxation, the following rates,' to 1. .4'pdleit further 0rr/oin tl, II That a to the eomplainant's bill of complaint paper is not to be devoted to urV

':'f' It wit : Treasurer shall be appointed: annually!! on or before the first day of the next term Ambrose Cr&ne, 5- man or to subserve the purposes cia r ;.
, ;, } : On all! hcu&es and lots the property of who" previous to entering upon his duties of the .->aid i : Court, that the but be taken Tallahassee, Dec. 18th, 18243 4- 3m. tion, to laud one or depreciate another_
, i persons residing uiihm the .limits: of .h? .hall take an oath faithfuhy to discharge pro confeno : and that this order be published : The feelings of even- individual,from tU

1" I corporation, tssentyjive cent on euth one the same and shall give bond with two or once a week for two months. MARSHAL'S SALE. I humblest: to the moA exalted, should be ,
. 19$ I I; 1 ftundiYil dollar* of the value the; tof. more sufficient sureties in the sum of tvo Attest, I inviolate and secure. And the

; ,i, On all$ houses! and lut.'& dOim.d or own- thwtand dollars, payable to thej ta\or Saml. Brackin- Maria Malta, Lx'tx of the last! I while under our control shall neverbe Press:

i $ : ed by persons residing! it lout the limits :, and his successors in olfice for the; use ofj Crh Cir. will and testament of Jay me j degraded to the sacrilegious purpo of

j .I; of the car1)JrtIonarqjJzve cents on each I j: the Cit), conditioned for the faithful per- 498t.IO'1'ARIES Cof. Covineton Cy. Barcelo, deceased. i invading moral and religious sentiment
; .1 one hundred dollars of the value thereof. j i fontiance of the rlu assigned him ; and I, vs. or converted to an engine domestic&st
: "' On all slaves! ab'\c the age often and j shall be entitled to three per cent on all PUBLIC. I Francisco G. Arroyo and Francisco > I cord and internal dissention. Itspoliticka

..a :! under fifty years, one dollar.On monies by him received, in full ,, for hisservices. JontesExecutoisof I will be Republican, while the asptntiea
I\ each fUIJrda'ced; pleasure carri.' 1 OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That : Francisco Caso Y Luengo and recriminations of parties, as far as

, ::ir :: ,;: ae, including iiorec:*, tenOn J.llar.. 2. Jnd be it further Ordained, That it \1 the undersigned are the only Notaries deceased, and Francisco CaI I sible, will be avoided. pos

: ;.' each Dcuruorn mcmdinj one shall be incun-uent on all persons1\, pursuing Public ;:1 :: hoise rr muletti/ ddiurt. l the 'following avocations pay to the CitY of Pensacola.N. BY virtue of an execution iiTthis case, i immediately: conveyed to Tallahase

,,,1', ;; On each two u heeled pleasure carriage Treasurer per annum for a license the follow S. Parmantier. 1 shall proceed to sell at PUBLIC (where one of the finn now resides,) ana

.)J Including one horse or mule, Jive dttllurt. I l ing sums ; but licenses may bej taken Joseph E. Caro. AUCTION, on the first Tuesday in the publication of the paper commenced, -
i '" ;; On ult horses or mules not othcrwue quarterly or semi-annually at the same March next, in front of the Court Housein a soon asa sufficient number of subscri
;I :r taxed, three do Hat 8. .1 rates to wit : February lllh, 1825-49-3 w. i this city, between the hours of 10 A. bers are obtained ; which it is hoped anjxpected

.' Three copies shall be made of the tax: For licenfe to keep a single BilliardUble )1.and 2 P. )1. efTh will be in the month of No,',.

" <4,I roll, one uf which shall be delivered to the thirty dollars, : ::\. g30 Intorn\\\t ion Wanted, Lot & Buildings CONDITIONS.
; Collector t>) the firbt day of Apni annually For license to keep two Billiard-ta- NEWTON Jr. left the house ,
: one to the Treasurer and one shall remain bles at the same place, fifty d /- JOSEPH subscriber in the summer of N u. 283, The FLORIDA IxTEuiczxcxarHl be

..; in the Secretary'* office. i la-t, : : I 50 1823, descended the rivers Ohio and street in the City published on a large royal sheet at Yne

:, 5. .,ln d ie tt further Ordained, That: For license to keep three Billiard-ta !Mississippi to New Orleans, from whichhe m of famm Pensacola, containing SO feet front Dollars per annum, payable in nDCe.

; : !1-L\,1. whenever the comimsiiouers shall have I bles at the same place, sixty dollars went t9 Pensacola inVest Florida ; on said street,by 170 feet deep. It is t.ecessary that this rule be invenatij
.r.:: t. made a return of tile ai esi>iiient, public ; : : : I\ 60 no further; information has been recei.edfrom I :D. M. complied with and it is hoped, Uut afl
,'.. :}t notice tht-rt of s.iall be given by the Secretary For license to keep a bar in such es-. him., Said Joseph is about 18 years Benj.r.mafl, who sign, will consider its importance.

:; and the 1 return so made slull re- tabhshrrents. f/tem dbUa-s, ;\ 15 of age, light complexion, rather below forVm.. Sebree, M. w. F. Advertisements will be inserted at one
i s -mam open subject the inspection of any For license to keep a ShufHeboardand middling stature and stout built. Whoever Nov 30th 182tS91am4m.S'l'OSE dollar for the first publication of ererr

:i; : I person interested: fur two Yo eeks from a bar, thirty dollars, : I 30 will ,communicate any intelligence twelve lines or under, each subsequent

': t the date of notice,from 3 to 6 P. M. at For license to keep a tavern: bar i included concerning him, whether he be living or & NISBET insertion fif1cents..

t:') 1. the secretary'.t office,baturdu}sand Sundays \vhi re st least six beds dead, to Col.: John Vawter, P. 51. at Vcr Any person subscribing and paying foe

.' f' 1:i txcepc,lj and any person wishing1; and stabling for six 'lu.r&es are non, Jennings County la. or to the subscriber Have received per Schr. Emblem, from five copies, shall receive tue sixra! gratis.
;.II ) 'J; to apcal trom tbt asse3s:1entoftheeow- provided los the accommodation will confer a lasting obligation and Tom Shields from Editors are requested to insert this

,.. 4b. :1'T, xniiMoiiMs, ma) file! objections in writing ortravelltrs, fifteen dollars, \ 15 upon his 'much afflicted parents, who, t:vI'.Orleans. Prospectus! in their respective pape/, and
: 4::.t. : .i..it'1' with the .*:'e."rc t.irf.. For license, to keep a tavern where since the Departure of their son Josepb, &)( \\' \ Ubls. flour superior quality, to assist us in obtaining patronage. Ota

:' ." 6. dud be Jvrtlier Ordained, That all I beds and st'.bling are not provided hale buried his elder brother. 33VL/4/ do. Whiskey, friends generally, will confer a favor.by

, :, '.); apjH-ais siiuil be acted upon b) tll5.lloard I as above required, thirty c/fJl1 Joseph N e''lon. .>o kegs Lard, forwarding the names of subscribers with
t:"..-l' at its first 5( SlOii after tne expiration of lara : : : j 30 10 firkins butter, out delay.
j' fur that Provided \ Vernon (Indiana, Oct. 30, 1824.&VMSHET.. O:: Please direct for
: (; the tire dluied purpose ; For license to retail goods, wates or 50 bags coffee, the present to t1JJ
't i nevertheless, Thai hl"n any person merchandise, where, the stock In 30 sacks Liverpool ground salt, place,or to Tallahassee

lfr shall have beta s)ick, oF absent, or hall I trade "hdlllot exceed one thousand s'I'ONE 5 kegs tobacco, Gordon, Crane & Co.

:' '-!;, 4 jl'j' ( show good cause for not ha\lug taken an dollars I ,five cfllla s, : 1|\ 5 nrt.-\VE received per Schr. Caravan ALSO, Pensacola, 13th October! 1824.
! ;ir appeal duinig the time prescribed, the For license to retail goods'nres or <. -.. from Kew-York, and are now opening : 20 packages domestic plaids and stripes, .

i .,:;141t1 bo.rd shall, at ita d.ascl'etwn. hear the up merchandise>> where the stck-ini;' a handsome assortment of goods suited : shirtings, linens' and a variety of other articles PENSACOLAJUST
: ..1' peal at an)' other! time. trade shall be over one to the season, viz : v hi h with their former stock, will

., I! ii', ., 7. .ind be it furt/ivr Ordained, That if and: less than two thousa'ndi\\ alL packages fine cutlery, knives, scissors be found superior ; "' 1 1! ', any person KliuU: gi\c 11to the commissioners Jars, ten dollars, : : : i 10 8lr.. and plated wares, offered in this market.
. l'H I a fraudulent list of taxable property For license o retail goods, wares 2 cases ( anther's boots, fine calf Brc December 3d, 1824. received per schooner Canal:
: ,' I shall tail neglect to render l ladies' from New-York, addition U
or or a or merchandise, where the stuck gans and slippers>, an
,;}" 1a,; true and tathfullist of such property, at in trade shall be over two thousand 7 cases men's and boy's.. hats assorted STATIONARY.S"FUST the fonner supply of books,among wiaci
:1 r the time rcqmrcd bv this! ordinance, tiie and less than four thousand 1 case flannels I kerseys and feltings, | are the following : S. .'

. I :' person or persons so oileiiduig, shall for- dollarstrie dollars, : | 15>> 1 case stout knit half hose, netts & caps, ? received and for sale at the Pen St. Ronn's'ell,. the author of}Taserl
\ II feil and pay lor the use of the city the For license to retail goods, wares or 3 cases cloths and cassimeres, assorted 1, Q) sacola Book Store; a small assortment idingfield's Medical Practice

\ 1 ; sum of'twenty dollars, lo be recovered before merchandise where the stock in \ 1 case m ,xcd and blue sattinetts, assorted L. of Franklin's Journey to the Polar Sen

1\g i any magistrate having jurisdiction.4H71CLEIL trade ihall exceed four thousand Quills, superior quality, : Hajji Baba's Adventures,

t dollars, twenty dollars, : : 20 4 cases ready' made clothing, superfineblue Letter i Waldo's Naval llcros, Prose by a Poet
p. 'i1'; '! 1. Jlnd be further Ordained, That a For license to retail spirituous or vinous black and coloured coats, do. Paper, Songster's Museum, Salem Witchcraft

" ..Jitk: Collector of taxes sb.il I be appointed annually liquors, less than one quart, frock coats, military mixed do. blue, S Wafers, Coleman's Anecdotes,

;I i.' 14iI ; who pre\'wusto entcriug upun his tfur ty dollars, : : : 30; black and coloured cloth and cass I. Sealing Wax and Egan's Sporting Anecdotes,
"I I ; iri dut.es hall give bond wiih two' or more For license to confectioners within mere pantaloons, sattinett do. silk, Gregorj Chesterfield,2 volt.

.. sufficieitf: sureties in the sum of two the limits of the inulefifiecn dollars toilineit and cassime vests, &.c. &c. Office Tape. Charlotte's Letters to Wirter,

'I"t.: J J4 thousand dollar. payable to the Major and : : : : : 15 3 cases fancy goods, prints, cambrics, W. Hasell Hunt. Humornort'snew collection Anecdote $
: his successors in office, for the use of the For license to hawkers and pedlars of fancy robes, linen cambric cravats, Le Sage's Devil on Two Sticks, ,
', .,: city, conditioned for the faithful ;><,riorrnancc goods, wares, or merchandize, fine Irish linens, bomhazettes, gen 4th Feb. 1825. La Peyrouse's Voj age,Living Plays3 wflf

!,'( ': ., of engagements, and he shaJl receive twelve dollars, : : : 12 tlemen's fashionable cravats, fancy New Robinson Crusoe,

: 1t!' in full for his services, five per ccii r. For license: for every wagon, cart or worked robesLadies'silk bags, black T\\Y. AUIIO.V Phillip's peeches,Tytler's Element

.:;tt ,. on tne' amount collected. dray, including horses or mules, \ stocks, !i&c. &c. A PAPEU devoted exclusively to foreign Tales of My Landlord, 3d Series,

:4i ,. 2. Jlml be itfwther Ordained, That on kept for hire, twelve J #ar., 1Q 3 bales loj -jmce shirtincs news, and literary compilation I Scott's Lady of the Lake,
1 ,t'/:/ ; the first clay of Apr1 annuall), the Collector For license to auctioneers, ten per cent I 1 case good, quills,. is published weekly In the" city of New-I. \Y4IkcI.'dTIweo Spaniarrlc.2.vIa..

, ': ii : shall com'Tlcucehe collection of the on the amount of their cOTmniI I OIl'. And 4l'fD' York.<< Besides the ordinary record of political I- Butler's Farmer's Manual,

;'I, :t.. taxes ; end shall call once at lea.it, at the auctioneers shall charge to the owners, a variety of t't goods in store, such as' events abroad, the Albion republishes I- : Harbauld's Lessons with col dpW"

.. \:;;; residence of each taxable inuabitaut ; and for the use of the city, one per cent on the) blankets, nrLvj shoes, wool hats, cotton' at length, the debates of the Br.t sh Depping's evenings Entertainments,
at the end of every munth he shall pay over amount of all sales, which they shall cards &c. xc. Parliament, on all important subjects ; Ewing's Geography, Gregory's Legacji

:, to the Treasurer all the monies he over, as hereinafter required, to the City pay I 1\ov.13th,1824. and the decisions of the English Courts, Locke's & Bacon's Essays,

1' may have collected. Treasurer. I -- incases general interest. Its literary Hodgdon's Letters, Linnet Song Boot,
3. Jlnd be it Ordained That selections made from all Life of Franklin Life
further : 3 TBunB ibe are the prominent : Washington's ,
: 7l(! be further ,Ordained That the ,
j' fli there sluil be allowed to all persons who Treasurer magazines &journals of tlie London' Watson's Philip 2d and 3d, 2 volt.
,' shall pay their% taxes on'or before the first licenses on receiving the tax impose HAS just received from New Orleans Presses. Hawes' Life of Newton, Putnam's i2
on shall Schooner
f : of June auiscounl of jive ptr cent and give a receipt for th I r Angelina, Tbe ALBION is published every Saturday Bonaparte's Life,
same, which shall be delivered rtlt/s\ bbl Cincinnati
;i1Ui all taxes which shall remain unpaid after to the i/ Whiskey, on fr-ne paper, in the quarto imperial Astley's' Cooper's Lectures,
Secretarywho shall iii/ do.
f fl1 the first day of August, shall be subjectedto of; and issue license an entry then\\ 14 Jo.2q| 1st quality Orleans Sugar, form ; and is forwarded by the Southern : Ferrer's Meccal: Histories, .

. i, ;t an addition of ten per cent. 4. Jnd be a it free of expense. \ 15 , 4. .AndbeitfurtturOrdiuned, That af.ter auctioneers before further Ordained That, steam mill flour, Subscriptions received at the Office of, Phillips on Indigestion,
the 1st the obtaining license, shall 5 do. best prime pork,
ij day September, Collector die Pensacola G izette. Baudelocque's
bond Midwifery,
give with 25
snail be authored to all two good sureties payable boxes mould candles TERM Six Dollars Toller's
1 annum Law of Executors
to the per ,
Mayor and his -1) 9 payable
( quarterbbls. buckwheat
meal .
:kf1-4I J taxes which shall then remain unpaid, fice for the of in advance. Blackstone's Commentaries 4 volt.
use the city in the .5 kegs salmon
1 tr with the addition of ten cent. and il I sum of The *
!!; per Lie five hundred dollars conditioned for the 5 do.>>; iobacco 03" present volume is embellishedwith Bishop Home on the Psalms,
.1Il shall neglect distrain by the first dir uy payment] of all taxes* 6 boxes a Map of the Polar Sea, and recent Marshal's Friend's Family I ,&c. &C.together !tee
accruing sales Flaw's cider
of October, he with his sureties shall be liable on discoveries of
made bythem.; They shall keep regular 100 do Cologne water, Captain Parry; a Map .of WHICH,
to the a.nount not < ollected! ex-. the between ca
pay books inwhich: fair and correct entries For sale at his store Palafox country Lakes Erie and Ontario with the stock heretofore
iiitr: cept in cases where no property can I II' be corner and with the projected Wei hand and
shall be I made of all sales f which said Intendencia street. land Canal, composes a very extensive t
: found,,and all property ,so distrained shall.I books shall be exhibited to the Treasurer and other engravings. neral assortment of books, and wil
' ; t be offered at public auction as hereinafter at the end of every three months at Pasquier. sold at the New-York prices for caslL-

: provide which time they shall pay over to him all Jan. 2d, 1825.-44----tf Territory of Florida, f Country Merchants and public or pri1'

: ; 5. Jind be further, Ordained, That the taxes due by them. >. County Court. Libraries furmsbed on. the most fiberS'

'4.i ; collector shall, first distrain personal: property 5. Jlnd be, it further Ordained, That S Mail Arrangement. County of Escambia,j terms, and. such books as are ortjererjj

I \ ji such cannot be found, slaves Treasurer shall keep regular books, in UE on Thursday at 10 A. M. OctbberTerm, 1824. are not'on land, will be procured yi ,
l fl'' J stall ,be next distrained ;, ,and .lastly real which shall be entered correct account Closes,:!on Friday at 1 P. M. ON motion of Adam Gordon Esquire little tlelay as possible. Orders. from *

.' estate der who;.which will advance shall 1 be'"the leased to that' bid t 1 of! :all monies received, or paid by him ;. Robert Mitchell.. Acting Attorney for.the territory-of; distance wjll be:as promptly: attepdett T 14
dc1 : tax 'and costs, ,. and it' shall ,be, his dilty to, furnish the -. }Florida, ORDERED, That a Rule 'be' entered and..meet with the same liberality ,as.*.
j.'it due,thereon, for the shortest period. If 1 Hoard of ; Post' Master.. aga'nst the
; .whenever required, PensacoljJan.7th defaulting 'Grand'and. personal, application. ,
will 1825
not rent for the 4t.
propetty ,
; amount Petit
\with. a full statement of his accounts F-f Jurors, to'appearat the next terra'of, Want.
due, on a lease of one it shall W. HaseH
1r4 year then I 6 ,And\be Ordained this Court, and shew
; \
further That ifany BLA1K BOOKS. cause, if they
be sold the any
11 1i 4 Jo highest bidderaiid the ,.o*J have,whv should July29th 1824.
person; 01'persons required by is or 'L they not be fined for _
: 41 t'e- ).UI, if an.y, shall l l>e.paid to the owner dinance to take but license from he Cc : UST received, for sale at the Pensaco- their said default the Grand'Juror
irI tjj ;. I in ,
: ; L or his agent, if known if not known I U Bok Store *
; It ,
j i1 the sum
pomiion thilcity'shall his : W. HASELL .
.. 1 shall be put to use by order of the pursue her' A ; Fifteen Collars each, and the ,,
1 .. i or their.ayocation without having first obtained lew Ledgers: Petit Jurors in the sum of Ten Dollars : 1ITILL draw deeds, bills of *%\&+
4 ofAldermcntmlltheouerappcai. .Providfd -. such license; or if any, retailer or Day Books each. And it is further Ordered( Th't'a i ,
that aualj' t 'Yen of bonds &c."u. .wj,
41 AR hevever9. waen it, I benejcrssaty renderof'' attorney,
' tl U1I to1 seU, ,real' estatesuch; goods, wares,"or merchandise, I Journals' copy of the above rule be published in: I most approved forms, and attend'to
; part: i shall refuse to give in the'Tl't" the Pensacola I
IQ *urer.the ,, Gazette six coflUtt1
be sold weeks succes other'writing which"'inay .
tI: tii thereat:only shall, wherr di
a Vt.gj "i J'ampuutofjthflr( stock' in ,sively. A *
trade/ Letter true ,
or shall Books from
and Copy the llecord him
on can be made, as. is n eisiry'to ; S w th.pr mptl1 ISu1d.accura.crD'i
pay : render udulent S _
tf aCCOUnt..tll ;, Attest .
reor. the ,
\ the u&ndcos and Children's ... on reasonable terms ..14s.iitUst1C
k1 Prtrmdtd:alto; That : : persons so : Copy Books. ;
person or offending,' shall for '
t 1, when t.be.'J&1D person shall, owa'. more for.the John Miller, CAk .-, the clerk'stl1q! e_senders .appbc2'?
I 1eattuicl5pay usepfbecity double? .IW.HwellHunC00.30th to him Dlet for those who yD
J than one etUte the whole unouut o init i the amount thc.Iiceiist .byW.Uuun. : : ,
to which : .
they I c. '
,1824. !f S... 7, about. execute any instrument -
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