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

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PROSPECTUS. : ,id i Uip "T "!ljsiari ;Corsairs. within the, Regency, and not previously t resurrection.From .

HAVING completed the first volume of when the .1 a.U enter any 'l.port of ., engaged,,the Government the Xew-Hara .hire Patriot,' Janu.

4 this paper, and having succeeded in sus-!' the UnitVd'States.ARTICLE, shall- have the .preference, ,on, its dry '17 I
it thus far with less patronage Horrible fffecta of Intemperance.Seth .
inin the llth-As it now is. paying the same freight as other
than has ever before induced even the tr I, 'When : Vessel of war of-the United usually for the Elliot, of Knox, 'Hum ock
such establishment, merchants pay I
t an
"commenccment-of; States shall enter the port of county, ;.Mainevi.s airaigued before -
undetyipned'finds' it absolutely ne same service, or atjthe like' rate, if .
the _
felloweessat the Goulejtta she shall he saluted the Supreme Court at CaV p ,
y'to ca non his friends and I the service be within a customary
\ titizens for such additional sunport as thecrowing with twenty-one guns, which sa- precedent. tine, at the last October term, ,4

prospects of the Territory may lute the vessel of war shall, return ARTICLE 14th-, it'vat. charged t with the murder of his

varr nt him to expect. By Authority. gun foe gun only, and no powder A Tunisian merchant, who may own son", John W. Elliott, a child '

The first'owners of the Press! found it wlnc6 given. as mentioned in the go to America with a vessel of any about two years old. After a patient
expedient to abandon. the undertaking-j B y'the President of the United States of
eleventh article of this he found
'before they had completed the publica- : America, nation soever, loaded with merchandise was

fjon of volume, and in the: hands! of their A PROCLAMATION. Treaty, which is hereby annulled. which is tae production guilty, and"sentenced to be executed. -

successors it lingered out one year, when WHEREAS certain alterations ARTJCLE' 12th-As it "Wa,. of the kingdom of Tunis, shall .
also it up as a profitless' labor. When citizens of the United It that Elliot 1i
they in the of Peace and FriendshiP PaY duty (small as it is) like the appears was oncea
Treaty -
therefore be considered aston '
It will not States shall come within the dependencies respectable citizen that he
merchants of other nations and ; was
commenced la- of 1797 between the ;
lshing that having our August, *
of Tunis, to carryon the American merchants shall the owner of a farm containingthree ,
bbrs with a very small number of subscribers Un L llStates! and 'he Bashaw Bey; equally r
commerce). there, the same respect hundred acres of land well !
and an extremely limited hart of1 I of Tunis were agreed and. ) pay for the merchandise of a
\ advertising custom our establishment:! | upon shall be paid to them which the their which they finished brick house and three
concluded between his HighnessSIDI country, may ,
should need the,mo f efficient and warmI I MAHMOUD, the Bry, and S. merciiuntsjof\, other nations enjoy ; bring Tunis,,, under their flag; barns: But, alas,- he became intemperate Ili I
of all those wlio feel and neknovricflge -
patronage and if they wish to establish themselves the the Tunisians : in the use of ardent spi- '
the importance, to the country, D. HEAP, Charge d'Affaires of the same duty as
of Rych' an undertaking. United States at Tunis, on thr within our ports, no oppo- pay in America. But, if an American rits, and, l like too many other deluded ,

The Editor, aware of the discordant' twenty-fourth day of February, one sition shal be made thereto ; and merchant, or a merchant victims, buried all that was i

materials of which new communities are thousand eight hundred and twentyfour they shall}e free to avail them- of any oilier. nation, shall brin gAmericanmerchandise manly. in the intoxicating> how .- t;

usually composed! and as! there is but sth't S of s ,ch interpreters as theynecessary under He became passionate, and very abusive r..
orif' this of the Territory! I by the articles in the; I any r
: pressn part judge without to his wife and children :
may any ;
other he shall six
.has endeavored to maintain the, strictest words following, to which are annexed flag, pay percent '
1 calculated I obstruction, in conformity with in like i if and at I length committed the + '
impartiality: in relation to every thing the altered articles, as theywere dutyis manner, a,
to awaken'the asperities of party.To I' in the Treaty before the alte- the usages: /f other nations ; and foreignimercnant.shall' bring: ihehierchdndTFIjof dreadful .dked Jor"Whic.h his days t. '

expect)to'pfrase all would be aspre-; latious I\ it a'1 unisi n' subject shall go, to' ; his country, under arenuiiibtred.. Judge Preble pronounced I '
jiosterous as! to endeavor to itch the wa'est : establish I imself within the de- the sentence' of be law
the American flag he shall 'also : ,
articles of the ; ,
into subjection or to control the d'c\ion sundry .
pendenciesIf of theUnited States, he from which we make the following t
of the winds. Our columnsnave been Treaty of Peace and FI i ndship. pay six"per cent.ARTICLE ;
free and open to useful! discuss of e-\\. concluded between the United hall be tr ated in like manner.- the 14th-As it now is. aflectingextract.. God grant :i Ir

very kind ; truth has been vindicated and any '1 uni&ian subject shall All vessels belonging to the'- ci- that it may prpve an effectual
Stat of America and HAMUDA
falsehood refuted, and where we ourself freight an I American vessel, and tizens and inhabitants of he United warning to the living, and be the
have been in error, it lias a1'a\s Hishaw, of napP.memory, in the\
may load her with merchandise, and States shall be permitted to means of dashing the poisonous t AE.
been our desire to he corrected byotliers."Whilst I month of Rebiu Elul in the yearof r ,
shall afterwards want to unlade of of bowl frolm the of deluded
or enter the ports the kinguotn lips some -
we with the utmost: cheerfulness t the Hegira, 1212, corresponding
publish the productions those who ship them \ on board of another Tur.is, and freely trade with the mortals I : i
I with the month of August, of theChristia'n
differ from us m opinion, wedo, not consider j;I vessrl I, we will not permit him, subjects and inhabitants thereof, It only remains to the Courtto

oursclf deprived by .our Editorial year 1797, nave, ny experience until the matter is determined. bya on paying the usual duties whichare pronounce the St'nt.tJc which
station, of the same common.privile' e of; been found to require al tik ,
rcf-rcnce uf the law accords the
merchants, who paid by other most favored as punishment t
expressing our sesitimenUJ.on subjects of teration and amendment : In order -
public moment. OnthpcAntwrj-'We: look therefore, that the United shall decide! upon the case, arid after nations at peace with the Regency.In i of your [ c1' me. In the remarks

upon it as one of moslwimperative duties I I States shoud] be placed on thesane the decision I the determinationsnail like manner. all vessefs belonging we are about' to submit :n you, we i 1'Ft

to advocate such measures as we pon- with the favored )) be conformed to. to the subjects and inhabitants wi,uld iifjt say any thiugto w,-und ; '
footing most -
ccive the interest of tiur country demands: 1 No Captain" shall be detained in of the kingdom of Tunis, shall be your feelings. God foriud mat we
: nations treaties wit h
humble having
Ud to defend, and to use our PIl-I
ugaina< his consent the different should beak the bruised reed.We .- ;
':i port PXCl"ptwhen permitted to enter l
deavors for the udv&ncmv.-nt of rrjjubli- 1 onis, as well as to manifest a res. -
can principles, without regard to the aggrandizement .pact for the American Government our ports are shut for the ports of the United States, andfieely i cannbt forget that we are 'pronouncing i
of individuals the denunciations vessels of all other nations which : judgment fellow I* ; I
or and desire continue ; trade with the citizens and against a +*!
I I a to ,
ofparty. II I I the friendly relations may tuke place with respect to inhabitants therof, on paying the i man i i We' cannot- forget that ,; i.
There is now a prospect of mail-routes! merchant vessels but those l it is but ; a feweats since, aiid
\ not to usual duties which are paid by other l
being opened aiul post-offices establishedthrougii which have always existed betweenthe
portions! of our Territory where I I' two nations, it is hereby agreed of war. : most favored nation* at peace hose piospects weie fairer than F;
::1'ht" subjects: of the ?, Your wife a fruitful vine
settlements are forming distinguished; and concluded between his two contracting with the United States. yours ,

both for intelligence and industry ; the i Highness SIDI MAHMOUD Bashaw powers shall he under the pro- Concluded, signed and sealed at giving jo)' and comfort to all he-' I

great body oftie! people should bt'cOIne.iacquainttl ction, of the Prince, and under the palace of Barrio near Tunis, I Heath )'oqr 'oof-youl' young chil-: ;
with the conduct of those in ,, B:.-y of Tun'-s; and S. D. HEAP I I '
office, and the pretentione of those who Esquire, Charge d'- Waires of the the, jurisdiction, ol the chief of tht: the 24tt.,day of the moon jumed-te- dr .n growing up l around you bid-

solicit their suffrages that such may ''be I United States of America, thai place where they may be) and no ni, in the year of the Hegeri, 1239, cling fair 10 be the solace of your le

selected to represent them as best understand alteration be made in he sixth, eleventh other person': shall have authority cat-responding with the 24th uf life and tie'| crown of your .lu ageyourself ,

: their wants, and wl.o w-ll reflect I. l twelfth$ and iuurteenin over them ,,If the Commandant February, 1824, of the Christianear -- surrounded with an
the must credit on the For tjiispurpose ;
country. uf the place does not conduce himself and the 48th nC the independence ample competency, happy atv tome
the Press: it conducted with ipn-I articles of said treaty, and that the > year
partiality and used with dignified; c.Hn- i said articles shall be altered and .' agreeably to justice, a r&pre of the United States, and iespcted abr oad.V h nce

nest and modem o >, is a powerful hi i amend d in the Treaty to read as StI: tattoo of i it shall be made to us. reservi-g the same, nevertheless, then the sad and app..lhngft'Vt'l"se

strument. We Kvo wider a fist g'\'e-in.:: : ;follows : In, case trie Government shall for the final ratification of the President that now resents itself before u.- ? 1'

:: knowledge ment, and nut to maintain be diffused our No fhacdo\n nation\ ARTICLE 6th-As it was.' have need of on American merchant of the United Slates, by and Are we not auihoristd to say from {'

without beig: enlightened has ever enjoyed If a runisun corsair shall meet vessel, it shall cause it to be with the advice and consent of the : the evidence we I have heard you S i

freighted'' and then a suitable Senate. are the vctim of inte'tJtp"ran"t"-
the blessings Liberty. Politicalan with an American merchant ves- I : \

,1 moral ignorance is the main stay of sel, and shall visit it with her boat, !fieigtu shall be paid to the Captain S. D. HEAP, Charge d'Affaires, L. s- Seduced \deluded, maddened by tM,,
and those who wish to : >oia an the intoxicating draught vou have
lyra'its, sipj i grecably to tne intention of .
she shall SIDI If & sAnd
will always! eudearor not, exact any thing, under dHitOL'D'Ssignature L .
imperious government the (i venunent, and the Captain deacendeatfrum one decree of uo-
to put down a free and independentPress pain of being severely) punish- shall not refuse It. .wht-reus the Senate of the ral de .asement to another, till at i t.;
: ; but in our country, where none yd. Andin like manner' if a vessel United States did, on the 13th of '; i
Alt IICLB the 12th-A it is. find yourself atti bar 81
and useful now you
such exist, a respectable vehicle of war'of the United States January instant, two thirds of the .
of information cannot fail to obtain "h, u citizens ol the United of your country, about to receive ,
shall meet;, with a Tunisian merchant 4
general and liberal support.To States shall come within the dependencies Senators present concurring therein sentence of d alb for the murder' ofyour
with vessel l, she shall! advise and consent to the ratification
those who are acquainted our observltlll'l oli; Tunis to carry on own child. You have livedlittle ,
paper, it ;s unnecessary to say more, but same rule. In case a of the Convention con I {! 1
there the
commerce: same respect I more 1 your days ;
to those who are strangers to the course: take refuge on board of an American taining the said alterations and
we have add a few word snail! b'_' paid :to them which the ; I ami yet your race is .run; your i
pursued, we vessel 1 of consul I
whereas in the said
"We shall suffer no exertions of ours to be merchants, of other nations enjoy ; pursuance: I days are numbered. May we not

wanting, in oclerti.giveto our patrons us shall be required to cause: him to and if they wish to establish themselves advice and consent, I have ratifiedon apply to y<|u the t language of Jehovah --

much information as the limits our ccie t be restored ; and if any nl"lheir the part of the United. States ancient '0
within our to his* people Israel -
will permit, and in the selection of articles prisoners,shall escape on hoard' of ports opposition the said articles : r '
shall be! made thereto, and .,thou hadst destroyed thyself. t
tor publication, we shall! eiueavor to I the Tunisianessels, they shallht'reslured therefore I do
omit nothing which may be of peculiar.utcrest they snail be free to avail themselves Now hereby The Jud e then, in a I1)OSeat'- :
but if slave hall
; any the and have
proclaim same caus
the friends of of such and affectionate i
to our Territory.- jnterpteters as they nest manger ex i j
Our the take refuge in any American merchant ed the said articles to "lie made
Press shall never be prostituted to without ported nimmair.mg his few
necessary to re- 1
may judge any employ
purposes! of falsehood ant de-aiiution ; vessel, and it shall be proved public : 'to the end that they and ,
obstruction, i \ conformity with in his
\ mpeace >,mejits making ,
and strictest that the vessel has
while we shall the regard departedwith '
pay thereof
clause now
as they
the of every .
other nations and "hhFrom God.Montgomery.
to the feelings of individuals, so far u* .the said slave, then hr shallbe usages ; i
ohserved and fulfilled
our duty will permit, we shall always advocate returned, or his ransom shall if a Tunisian subject shall go to are, may ae the Republican. i
the cause of virtue, luurality, truth! establish himself within the dependencies with good faith by the United A word o\fadvice\ to married ,qO-

and justice, regardless of those wino may he paid. of ;,the United States, S\ates and their citizens. In wit- men"A c ecent country woman
the! implicated thereby. ARTICLE 6th-As it now is. ness whereof. I have' hereunto set I '
Tunisian he shall be treated in like manner. came one. day, anti begged 1 i
1 Y Hasell Hunt. If a corsair shall meet hand and caused seal of '
\ .
j the
i ,if any Tunisian subject.shall, my to speak with me.i ShciU d me,
with American vessel) and shall
March 1825. an the United States to be affixed.
Pensacola, 7th, freight an American Vessel, and with an air of secrecy-.Smu her
I visit it with hei boat, two men only
f C/iNDl'l'l"S.I load her with merchandise, and Done at the City of'Vashlngtonthis husband behaved unkindly to her, f
shall be allowed to on board,
go of
I I shall afterwards want to unload or twenty-first day January and sought the of other l
The PENSACOLA GAZETTE and WEST! peaceably, to satisfy themselves of in the of Lord
is ship them on board of another year our women ; and that knowing me to ;
t{ UIRIDA ADVKRTISF.K published every') its ,being American, who, as wellas I
iaturday, at Five Dollars per annum, pay- vessel, :we shall,not permit him until .one eight be a wise man, 1 could till) what
of other nations i
M"I invariably in advance.ADVERTISKHIMT any passenger the matter i$ determined by a and twenty-five, and of the would curei him. The case was ;
I will be inverted at the they may have, on board, shall go of the United
;; Independence
reference of ; '
merchants, who shall so common |l. t bought, to prescribefor
te of one Dollar for the first ,insertion of tree, both them, and their goods ; States the ninth. ,
decide the and alter forty it without I re &\ -
: upon case, losing my i
untler ib
;very twelve lines or ; s- and the said, two men shall not ex- James
vent insertion Fifty Cents. Merch ants of the decision, the determination Monroe. tion as a conjurer The rem cy
act thing severely
on pain being
d others aclvt'rtisJII1f by the year A ill any shall be conformed,to. By the President : is simple,' said I. Always treat 'i

>e liberally dealt with. All adverriie punished.: Incuse a slave No Captain !shall be detained in John Quincy Adorns, your husband with a smile..' The I
oents must for on demand either escapes, and takes: trefugeon: boardan
paid ; .
of State, thanked a'
port against hip consent,* except Secretary woman' me, dropped
Cleaving them for insertion or subs American, vessel of war, he t
[uently at the option of the publisher.I .- shall be free, and no demand shall when our ports';, are shut for the --- courtesy, amLwent away. A' few:;

,vessels of all which months after, ,she came again i
contracts for.advertising by the year, be other, nations 31ISCELLAWF. )
I made either for his. restorationor .
.ut be payable in advance.It for' may take place with respect to r bringing> ,* ,couple of fine fowls ,
is hoped that all who subscribe will ayrnent. but' those She told me with great satisfaction -; ,
.Alt I'1CLE lith As it merchant vessels, not to From the,Balt nor American.
|*1 the of a compliance with -was. '. that I had cured her husband -
necessity of will ;
the war. ,
( etbDve; conditions, as the paper cannot When a vessel of war of U- The son intemperance, t
continued without punctuality on the nited States of America shall\! enter The subjects and citizens- of the readthe subjoined extract, fro'n-theNewHampalaire and she begged> my acceptance of

>utofthe looks to his Tunis Patriot and tremble he fowls in;re' rn. I was'pleased
Proprietor who the port of ,'and'ihe, Consul two nations, respectively, Tuimi- >"
''rtrom: for the means of fulfilling his enAmenta. shall request that the Castle ana and ':Americans, shall *?e protectedUn we trustin every nerve of his ,with the success, of my prescrip-

may salute her, the number of the' places where they body. ,ould "the class '.of selfmurderers lion, but: refused the fee' 1 1Shaking

dfficef of' who fall .the ,slaves of hands.,-At a 'I late.duel ar
guns shall be fired which he may may. be, ,by the > the governmen :

HAS ELL HUNT, request and! if the said, Consul ; there existing I j, but,., on intemperance, those who. .rush in Kentuckytjie.parties; discharged i i

draw deed, bills of sale pow- does not, want salute, there s) all failure of such protection, and for lieadlohg into the embrace of, or their, pistols *' without 'effect .. ._ ,

4' ersof attorney, bond&c.' in the be question: about it. redress of.every : injury, the' party by slow but certain: stages meet_ 'whereupon one,of,the, seconds : ",

. ID her approved*'nting which forms, and Attend committed to any to But, in case he shall desire the may resort to.-the, ', -chief- authority ihejungof terror half wayjri their terfeted: and .proposed, 'thai' .the ,_

I uith promptness maybe accuracy arid salute, find the, humber'or guns in I each' country! ,"' by :whom' adequate journey,'*ct'.the, \iomb--could 'the combatants; should.. shake, jTo ti!eds.... ." '

hw irt protectio'riKand' victims bf"voluntary;insanity'with + 'this ,the ,othersecond. oleCted. !
; 'iknt.ble terms i situation shall I b"efired; hicb he mar have : ,. complete' : \> I

hit. rendel an application i requested they shall be .,c u.oted, justiceshall be rendered, Incase: all their train o/ heartbroken- : as 'U treceasar ,.:for,,saidhe f.their-,: I

-mconvemenl'Forthose t who'may..Maencute'an ,. I and; returhedrby) the' vessel;, in 'as the ;,goverriiriejitI*'of' Tunis ;shall wives,children- ,,:pcaJ; I.J ien s : hauds.have,btea"-s li akin. :'thish.lf* ,_ ,'_ i'r ;

, .t 11' c 1te_,be r Y instnlmentof" wn many barrels 'of cannon. powder! '** have. need of- n'American'' 'Vessel: arise. f.''fiotiatile'; tjead. horr. nume-. ''-'. hour- ''' >. :! ;

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;! ( ;}ifi&II : -. ).t lezrh..upvard- trom'hehest T' of''" one.',autKtl ii1UiotI ." .-_ :. 's ,, : 1" .-. will first/reach: by tIje: low Rl" 'tuga. c mpenstj0of 't n tci: r,

.vessel despatchedna. arth6.gc.-- : Old'lt rtr.:

-l 3' '1i J'f; 916, 182 !, -tcoTM,ri during: '.thousand;* rtievSasiitftrai: ; dollurv : 4"'ii'llI Piracy:hIk.Mcrcwile}". hdt.-\-Iurter.--Captaln: 41ftrt1'e!' .. -I n.. ;; -. the. Conimisatoners rg 1iErida. .ft_,"":'

.4 YQ tbargf.-1'be Stita " 1B--* ii Iat N. -." ... .b '....
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o'ur'rrii principally in Bacon off Boston, at.Beaufort, IJeI'-.dL. r
: (1 OHG RES.'i1 t ,
i \ Boat Cft&n1n&: Cape foVlVIobiie Terry, New dies are. about to lie cut with O. from Mtunzas, which place he took lip a.Bfir e t t e, h' e

II ; left ilm pLce lo-day ) a new; figure Liberty,' by :mean-' 'cft on th lath of Jinuary.states, Li SJ:3..tn. public lots to th .
: with Eighteen Hundred Males of of which the of the sailor arrivedibere orporation' ,
Fcb.On .
appearance : .jial onOt e 7th, a Monday, \\. Pensacolaand St. cf
. I ; Coltort on board ; which, upon a coin is expected to.be much improved. by the' ,name of Collins, who the Appropriation Bill, on Mr. Rankin gu't ne.tt.

fair calculation, xull verge 350 It is calculated that two sailed from Wiscasselin the Brig motion ol( Mr. King of Alabama, explained, ifcat tht

.! puutidstachandwillmake63O 000 millions illbe coined the When Spanishi.govenment had reiain ;
during Hilton. a- little debate
( Betsey, C pt. and after some the certain lois for (
pound' ; supposing each pound.to present year.-Phil. Paper. bout 21 days' out shestruck on the following clause was stricken out : publicthese purposes .
lots had '
: \ 1r" .'Till 12J ci-utb, will make the A paragraph has been circulated N. E. rane of Double' Head Shot "FotrCompensalion to the Commissioners been. trausferfci

f round sum of 78, 7o doUars.I in the newspapers relative lo Keys, and went to pi cl&. All : to settle land claims in with the the Territory, and had become .
I this load oi'cotton land property of the
the manner in which General Lafayette \ook the and government
hands to long-boat, : said Territory, twelve thousand -
of the United
ii f fSWfl safe at Mobile, it will, unquestionably has invested the slim recently arrived at a small Inlet near the dollars. States; and
i be of the most valuable are of course to be appropriated
1 one voted to him by Congress.We Cuba Shore ; wiie'n they were bargaining "For compensation to their two

p11 I Cargoes PVLT delivered a: that port are not sure that itV s right vfith spine fishermen to secretaries, two thousand five hundred -, public purposes, according the
intent for
from the interior ; and will be a to mention this subject at all, but 1 carry them to Malanzas, an open dollars." original ibey were
reserved. The
proof of the groxving importance as there is a xvidespread and natural boat cams in with 10 pirates, whop Wednesday, Feb. 16. present grant was
i! ; of this part of our Stair wjiich anxiety that the gratitude o* tn cold blood murdered all the Mr. Brown horn the commiilee put on the ground of a donation

t;: : : less tnaii len years ago belonged lo the nation should be as effectual, Betsey's crew, except the above on roads and Canals, reported the the and bill.he was, therefore. opposed i. -

; I the Creek h.uiaus.-Com. as possible, we state with pleasurewhal named CuJinswho escaped to the .
bills without
amendment -
following ,
. 4:: I Our readers may recollect the we understand to be the facts; woods, and by secreting himself Mr. Call of Florida said itwas**
i recent assassination of Spoibwood in the The beloved : a donation that the Territory,
: -
case. guesnwished of the time, and travelling ap
n prt An act to provide an addi-
I Mills, at Natchilochrs, by a Dr. ihe national gift lo be jn-i in jhf ntght, arrived safe at plied for ;hese lots He stated

iti J j 1'jt'\'ost, and l..e ti'ul l and coi.xiction -' vested in the national funds, so as! ..1 tat. The belsey was loaded tional appropriation o complete that the government had gra t
Z3s.1] from
t road Pensucola
I ::1 i n ) of the D-.etor. We obbi-rve, to connect his fortunes, as they! with lun btr IOIUViscaset! the. public in the : toSt. of lands on this principle, in N ;:,
Augustine, Territory
in the Ktw-Orl"% thatGoveinor I Orleans in Vincennes in *
: ans papers base been heretofore connected, bound lo .\lutisi.zas. the State
JOHNSON us hAd the: wIth the Whole Union, U thenTou Another account received byCajt. Florida." of Indiana, and in St. Louis and ia'

I fii-iiint ss to rests*. iie appiicatioiib I asked the opinion (lithe Presidrn Bllimore Ah act to authorize the layingout St. Charles, in the Stale, of l\JiJ:.
: Nye, at slaves and of road :
|! for .he pinion of liu murd'-rer. of the: Bank uftlw United Slates us I Ito a! another cf the crew ot t. e from the opening St. a River public the souri., Ht argued that the "alti
Maty's :y
1 he enl'j cement cf I a just 1 Ijw is tlw bes: mode of occomplishini. of the lots v.ere not such as .
iJl"ISl y, escaped in a boat, and uabafteruarclsiiaken ol in of to,
(,it 51; ; :; the duty ol au honcit. Goxrnur;r4.li4 that o'ljecl.' The :latter geuthmaii, up by a aroger, Florida.Bay Tampa" Territory call for a refusal of this. application .

; where the. guilt was so certain anil aware of ihe 1095 which would &1- carried into li :.\ an", and pu into 17. on the.part of the government- .

L : so aggrax atcd as it appears; to ha* ebern I lend the purchase of stock at its prison-but wa UbSt'quclJi. ;r released The Senate JhurcdayFeb.look their They would be very valuable to,

in -\\\t\ cuse., It i<>,hiuh nine I advanced price, consulted the through thr ititeitV cue of : up a* I! the Corporation. but were of HtUe

tt ilia: abSus&ination ceusc: to be conjidertd -| Hoard (.f Directoiss, who, immediate ommodore Porter and taken lo mendti.etils to the app' o JrJat IOU value lo the United States. 'Al.
< .
baas which had been
.- { a venial crime. ly ancl unanimously agreed Mataizub. disagreed luding to the visitation of yellow

; .).Ye7; II lo (,il'er'io' ihe G' neraiotar, the A letter received by the Editorof I by ihe other house, aid receded fever in Florida, he said this af (

t Washington, Frb. 4 vJap'aini; amount WhicH he should desire of the Ch'lesto1Courl r, dated : from each of them,. except that fliction was owing to the -want of

: Car. ':', ul thc Nuvy, ariixefJ in thi ', the recent; lour and a half percent. malanzus, Jan. 15th, saS-" 1 I which strikes out the appicpria- police regulations. Tl 'e policY-Of
: i Ci v \VediusiUyevening. from his dividends i tion of 12,000 fur the comp ensa-
loan, aid also, to remit' have nothing to communicate, ex- the Spanish government had. so
'c the Pa.-tfiu, via ito tie$ Jaiieifo i Ir. : tion of the Florida Land Corn mts- :
'lo France, every quarter, cept the itport of the capture of impoverished: the inhabitnt0the '

.;r }. and xve uie happy to learn from I ithuU any charge for agency. 1'irartical Boat by the I boats of sioners.On from'I Territory, that hey had "no

.. : hi:>3, ir rfrroDurui'ou of oiher acc t '1 he proposal has: been accepledby H. B. Aly ship Portsmouth, who the question receding means!\vhich they could devote to

.>;:; UU.b, iutt, ul-Jit- jiiie ol' ids fiepmu'e -, him, and the result is, th...l he had a few days since murderedthe their disagreement: to this appropriation ihe improvement of their situa

< f. ":!',. -'. fiom Luna, ln'tc'! 4:11'0'! : j is able to invest his funds on e crew, (except one man, who a debate of 'considerable tion. [In granting these lots, the
.:'fI'f'I I', .,:Jl"Jl.lllII. :' 1 last, 11:e cause of the I much better terns than he cculd escaped and is nowhere,) of the length the ensued. It was uigcd a- government would enable the in-;,.
Patriots p'.inis.d the: most sue- obtain I oilier of gainbt appropriation, that lh-
h .tiL: by any purchase brig Betsey Wiscassel, ,bound habitants, make provision for
,1..; CtSSU' su.Eden! : ,. commission had expiied by its limkalion -
.' ; :, It rational stocks At their present hl'lt"-a circumslance at which their health.: The grant was rendered
: Ftb. 11. Letters ; and that, if its continuance -
'ri;; Jl'ai/iir.g/on. Gazette.
National ,
: i tcb. humanity shudders, and-of which tin more necessary in con*
I f from )Ii s.uii; roceivJ yt-sirdU! ) Letters from England mention I the Aimrican will was necessary ought to I br iequt'nee pl;the !late visitation by
!4 tJ bl ing- tlu. unile.js-nt; intelligence that !\ei. "Waverly Novel, the.I 1 doubtless take notice. renewed bj law, a"d riot continued fire, wjii'chjtid! seriously embarrassed
: .' ... of-ihe d4rt of his I i by an appropriation. That it was
f 1 .e Excellency; Crusaders, has been. suspended. 'f be Spanish Government brig. ibj fip Dcts of the Corpo.
: !('. : "\VILLIAM EUSTIS, Governor of lI1t""m:11 :The riason is said to be known only /El Romano Libre of 18 :in principle wrong to ;pprrpiiatrmoney ratio '.t'.' .;.;: J,*'

,. f: ..; % (\ : i.u I a. hoJ :Massachusetts to the, author. It is generally'' went into Porto Cav ll\) on the guns 4tn for objects not prftiously Mr RarituT_ replied to the statements ...

! ';' ,.r, lit. (It.'It u' hi- t"allU H<>xbury, on understood that Sir Walter Scott' of J clJ1Ua. y, and surrendered to the auth'rizeC by law.' !tc. On the other {hat similar donations had.

;; ; ; Satuuiwy n.o milt}; J.-.s?, uiiix rbuljyregrettJ'd will put his name in the title page.Tnemanusciiplof Colombian authorities. :: band it was urged that the been: made| lo other parts of the
;"i. i-s "n old and I iVllhiulrepublic Lord commissioners had not completed '
Byrou'sprivate Uimedl Stales. The '
I' 1 he Colombian schooner Gen. grant referred
-; ;':.:; n, and a purely h.ncsman. letters, suppressed in England .inlander, Japt. .Nonhiup, sailtd iheir duties ; that it was* all im- iu in Louisiana had been fur public

.. ) ::.tfl i. by the Chancery Court, is : from Cuiracuaon a cruise on the3d pot"'ant loiie people of Florida purposes ; and he beleived thosein

...t:: Oa Su.day< the bells of all theChaic's I now in the hands of Messrs. CAry J inst. I thai their land lilies huld be Missouri' and Indiana were in.

!, j,1'.::tr: .!, 'HI Boston \t (SIt" toJl! d. ; & Lea, Philadelphia, who have From the.V. ]'. Commercial Atlvcrtitcr. ext mintd ann adjusted ; that great (pursuance I of certain stipulations

; "iW t. t. Tii (!ll1tH.'s of the cfike will, fjith ; pui it lo'lhe press.-Idem. Highly Important intelligence evils would arisr from leaving the iii the original connects with those

I \ "' -t n..jnler of ;he 9 veur, devulte U. S. Brig .Enterjlrizr.The from Peru.-We are at 1 It tight enabled I. business unfinished, &c. &c. Sf a.tt'8. !|

:!, i\1'iII1; :: on His Honor I.lr Mvmon, iiioLt. Officers and ,Men, attached to this to announce the total tIt! feat i I The: question bring t:::ken on receding Mr. Sharpe I asked what was tht
.4 I !,!o'f" .f -1'at. Journal.From L. Krarny, Esq. are informed!, This agreeable news is brought'o! >' was negatived by a vote of 22 to Mr. Call said he should be sorryto

: i a the Itost:i ( 'frver.Gey. that) the Suhage :Money having: I tue schooner'eymouth from 11 ; and the Senate insisted on givt-,5.000 dollars for theufiim-
i1 /itti//\ it 13 ijyr :u ,..esS'aiyto striking out the appropriation.
; .l b-rn d frooi Havana, fi.aliStt'&bu'
1..1 tetC a j j Curihagena ; at which place, aswell proved lots in Pensacola. Thosein -
; .;1 : sav.: v> db ,ue (St i' !)e ui'-n, House
" be made andc.fier
: ( :"t! v" on I as at Chagres and Panama, Representatives.JMunduy St. Augustine were more valuable
:, : HR, tin' rCt';; III'whn 1 is lt-os& .'xdftl 2, thr 15.h Februa. y, at Charleson I gie-.l rejoicings had taken place. Feb. 14. ; tHe whole perhaps worth 10
jIl "Wiio '..! devoi d tnomselves' ) '
.nv !
w 1. by \\ 11). hixcijir. :\ g','nt. I Besides: 'he Venczu\ C 010111! iian On motion of Mr. Call, (Florida or 12,000 dollars. On the Pensa
t of 1 I litu'rtv and
: i ;" com N. Y. Mir Adv. I frigate n.entiou.u )rLv, the rigAspusia ,) it wasJtesolved cola iocs, the Government House

:: l :' in.'net u i heir un-er c-.f tor.:, hard-: Cajie. Hatterus Light.-.\s a:I : of this poi wub taken up: That the committeeon was worth some 2000 or 3000 dollars. -
;, Ijm: s'lip. jirUauou, and i 'lan !t-r, wi: Ii violence .. .
Iot__ 'J prot o: the extraordinary I anti:J( .palched Etjglana \\ idl Commerce be inslrucled to inquire -' .
: U'l tl..cij'arts 1 of
/ tuf ( the Allf -
I ol'at l s-oimot'lhe 22d and 23d 1 the intelligence. bi.iiei. : ; Curtha- into the expediency of establishing The Committee then rose and

.. ,i ''. nH"'lc..1. R:1jIuU.n. ws one ult. otf :.ne CU'.lSZ of NorthIs Carolina I gena on the 14tu of January, lorLondon. Lij>hl-iloues 'at the reported the bill.
) i of the hft"lful l of who
3 men as-
f tne f4ttltt'$ breaking vI'th1 nouths of the rivers St. John and The qutstion was about to be,

1 hl sei:bk-ri at Cutrl''stov\n! on ihi17lh ;'Jape H;"Ui'i'ds Ligh-bliip from:' \\'tare obligingly favoied with St. Marks, in the Territory of put, on the bill, that i* be, engrossed ,-
of June 1775, to resibl ii>- .
, : j4 tier moorings on me lalier day- li.e: following: t : tract of a letter, Fl o rid a. for a third reading, when

.4 t (J! troops of ihe Jir.lish Kug ; an ...;',t- was 'Kiooied \b hoh t.\\0 chain giving the substance of the information WedncadayFeb. 16. Mr. 'V hippIe objected, lo tb&

: '{ ; b4'in1 .cienttfird: hiiusetf with UM cables, each 7S fathoms long from' received : The following resolution nfler- bill, on the ground that there was
i 441 causr ...f his count"' he fallow (; tii-l
\. \ .l. ) : the bow to a ring whence they I CARTHAGE, J;In. 13.The ed yesterday by ir: Mercer, was not sufficient information before
her l fortunes, as an ..ltrer' of hei !
I 1: t ra.: \ trt'd to nearly opp'js.ie. points schooiu Fame, which arrived last laktr up J and agreed to : the House on the subject. ,. No.
till ht establish of thIndependence I
ii 4 army for which; ti nt I eucli to the distance of 6') fdlhouis, exe.niiig, in six d.iyb from Chugres, lttljjlved, That the President .,f public survey had been made. He

site con itairi j with an anchor to each of SOoOibs. oi'ings the iiupo: 14tll iuieiiigeiicelhai the United States be lequcsted to moved to postpone the Dill inde
. : inid.-d. Since th.'t '-ri d he .
p of cabi
\VI'rt.; One these s the bpaiiibh in Peru I .
b''et army lay before tie House of Representatives finitely.Mr.
Mn layed i in various civil of-
[ tH iokc, vnd the ship dragged theremaining was lolally defeated by the Colombians Call said it excellent,
:ii lit .'s of; distinction dtJu.n1.Hle) a- I at the commencement of xvas an
ci1; "b.'-'id. hlh31l Iven twice elertrd anchor, until it xva* under General bucre: on the the next session of Con 1 eS5, the rule never to postpone that xvfiichxveought .

c : ; to the highest u7u :.* in the com-- found u-cebHary to slip the cabje.Thr plains of Guaiiianguiila, on the proceedings cf the Courl and Marshal {o do, with a view to do'

: xnojcahh ; and fulfilled the duties ship; had made what bail she: 9th December' labt. The ViceR of the United Stales for the it at some future time. At any cither '

) .. upDertaimng to the cilice of- tould' for the Capes of Virginia', :y, and Generals Canlcl and District of Alabama, in relation 10 ii<
. 4 Its tMiirf !iu;:tslrate(' without partiality uut ine wind had been contrary.it Valdez were taken prisoners ; the the cargoes of certain slave-ships, /as now. He staled that-the

.' ... tnri without, .'epro&1( ti. In is supposed she might hareben first was severely; wounded. 1 the Constitution, Louisa, and Marino lots./which xvere asked'for, were
miles southward oioapo
25 to me
k cnM'qu"te) of !ns drceae, the nave seen a cipyoL'theufficia1 account and to communicate especially no( likely to be of any benefit to
IL-tiry on Saturday morning1. transmitted by the SccreUr the fact he United Stales. formed'
whelher the They
$; duties 'ind r'spiii J I : I wo ]).lOt boats have proceeded of Bulivar to the Inlendant
) African natives 'a whither the inhabitants
: : G\ t'n-jr and C<>'int>'iii'liT) .I inGin1 composing pail of, squaie,
I I ii ufl N 01 folk, l<; look for, her. fche Panama, and J by him sent to the nau in time of resorted
.t ch'vnlvt upon 'he Hi.. MA those cargoes, have been sold danger,
, L cus MOKTON, the L'u-utenam GoYeiudrv8U hud plenty (provisions on b.aud.IdmFeb.. 4. .Inlendani' of this place, xhich not .within the United States ; and/if |.fur safety, being _defended Sy tbelockhouses.

;?: : }; Legislatueof -
a 4 I \', .erpVa.ed: i f\ l'Ii:1 s and I that the reinforcements / i had been laid out in lots, one fora

:' : perfect knowledge of the qudUit the l>oiuimtlee.on h..s .been dirccirdlo Ir.iernalImprovements } winch are on their way to Peru, The amendment of the ,,Senate, church, one .for a city hall, &c,

i cat ifJn appertin; to the office may be detained, as there is no to strike out.tht. appropriation of but had never been built on for

The Alexindria Gazette intimates inquire, into ihe cxpn..iehcy of I otiger any occasion. fur them.i .- 12,000 dollars, for con/pensalion hee purposes.-Wilhout this

that :Mr. KiiEMca hus c1usiuga. I.survey to be made be-I acre is so liulc doubt of the truth. 10 the Commissioners of Land grant the corporation could not

: cd to fipit; :Mr. CL\Y ; !)ut I'efus-t tween Boston Harbor and CounecII of ii here, that,the Venezuela'fri. ,Claims in Florida, wAs taken up. proceed in improving the toxvn.

.I has. rpcur< d *. &!1 J81 tuTr. The] cut Hiv-r, wiiu a view of open i nig gate is ordered to sail the very Mr. Call of Florida 'spoke against Any postponement would be tantamount -
a to unite ihe waters of thitRiver
g-nufnicii: would act UIU'AVht' Court mum nt she is ready, lo carry the the amendment. He statedto to u rejection. "
r and; H.u-bm'-ChGB.
; i to clt.ytr up I 1 iliei characters by :I The. Coliimbiati, bri of war |ilVencedor I urws lo Eugiabd. x the committee that the Commissioners !\i r. M'Coy thought the gentle .

( : celt) ttum by such an argument as commituded;'; Tim intelligence )V s brought to employed in this duty mac from Florida; 'had given sufficient
: I .. I ,; by "Cupt.I Panama by a'u Englishman de- had been forced this should
t tin* -Georgian.ia BrothertoDt, sailed: from Baltimore to encounter: difficulties rl'aSOll'whY' bill'
) 1. CcT.' Hank ..VJ'r8.- ..1rii"n'BiBs I in tb bpaicned by the English Consul. and embarrassments of not pass. He had described: Pen
: nti Monda'y, having put +e Lima
resident who
:jj :j -aitnut received at the Land !! some time since for repairs; which ; at immediately the most .serious character,; and s cola and St. Augustine: as commercial -
OlFjc Cahawba -'ii his arrivul.al. Chagres char- if this compensation was denied ;place's. The land,:
1; at nor will : J he j I she received xve understand to iW. lerc-d very

.,1 ban. of Mobile receive any Georgia amount of{ 22OOl). The conduct an American iharlesfon schooner to to them, it \roult!. not only ,be .an then. ,, which' we were. .now. asked. to
him (
bill. in deposit.Montgtmiry. of the couimaijder and officers : ol cany lo a.nd.was. act ofgreat: hardship to them, in- : give to these places, might, in thecourse
to have sailed from
there four dhjt1ual1rJ but, by the termination of nine, be
, fj
Republican. :I the Vencedor, during her. .stay day since. He vas to cight or years
proceed of the for
The nt'ws from Liverpool, by.here, his bten such as to 'obtain. from Charleston to England immediately commission, before its offered to'us at a high price,
duties had
1 :i v the line s'up! Canada, has nad a' 'for them a1 very general feelingof] been. fulfilled, would naval depots. '
i I seriously embarrass ,the Mr. Call that this,,
decided effect j Gaz. country. explained,
1. upon our Colt'>n respect.-ftd. It will be recollected. that the The
I was then disagreed could not be the' case.rrhe
mark-\ery good cottons, ,(not Longv"amta.The following schr. Edward arrived at ,Charles:' to.The the ,best'
situation of the lots was
I -- strictly prime) were sold yesterday laconic prcenomon may defy coin- 'on on the 27tlji,ult. from Chagres, depot -
14' i at 16 3-4 l't.1Ils.-C/ Cour. pciiiion. *A man in NewEnglandenlisting and it was sialed-sbe broucnt ,intelligence'fron next amendment of the answer to the suggestion. eNo '

, !t Rufus King, Es. of Nc.-w.YOI'k, as a soldier in the i late. 'Lima to 22d of Senate, to strike out the compensation could'be established. in iw. *
I 2 ; 1t declines a rd cUon lo the Senate! war, Rave: 'his name as:foll ws.-*, .December. No,doubt is for two secretaries to the situation without serious injury to ..

I :r of the U. States, believing it to. ,Through much tribulatiopyre enter.. ,vessel alluded, to In ,the.she above_ .let tbe commission, was disagreed to. the toVn;'and, for naval purposes fromthtbay. '

1 be proper and expedient) that the 11JO. the Kingdom of Hc4n" CLAFK : ''tel'. Nothing : Thur9day&b." 17. the'situation' \\Vas.tOQ' lol : .

p1t ;rmaind of hii life should be >blier.vlnff. | at the. same time, thai from her]satisfactory, and lit, is evident transpired ,On it motion of Mrj Call :of,$.;Florida : .A :Navy-Yard.could.threeorfour :ne::;

i devoted toMheMuttcs of a privatej !his, Mother.Tor shortness, ,calledhim the informaUoh' &nc xvasResolved :. j lbetabhished.; within t
'citizen.-Idem. Triby I(, -A. r A-.. Cour : brought xvas Thattht .Committee miles',of the '..town. JIe. :, "- .
kept/Becjet. :
.i I'I 11urpose J. It ia'be- : C1&
.. / i.. on Public' Lands- beInz1recl." io- induced to urgethW measure

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Importance to
.. : : CI Land JIalms, in WestFloridaVhich"'fias the "hole'and "that Eaftt:'Iofida !urfivirigExroftbees- | V '* .

his' for j! recently been cannot fufnish a beiefi but' if tate of Thomas Com-1 Court for 'the"

objection! I. the Mil.) / submittedUo th 'inspection andI they are determined to adopt so myns deceased. > .
?? vs. I Western DiJ.Fl':1ncisco .
The question indefinite pajd stonelurnt examination of the Committee on illiberal a course, let us unite and Iuimilianl.'r I SJ

was then put, f*?1 t* Public Lands, has received the applause protect'ourselves. We have on De St. Maxent J trict of Florida.AW .'

.SJ of the'Committee, without this side of the Suwane eleven KIT of .
Pjcd-\.t's 70, Noes *'w. / y attachment has ben this,
_....ar-r.T'.,,_-* a dissenting,voice, as,being one of ,hundred rotes, on the other side obtained in the above case.re- i

!:;II-- '. @ ""n, ,, the most accurate and complete of only six hundred. No'one roan in turnable to the May Term, 1825 of said
) .
IPWfs .:' _:e. i its kind, that has ever been made E. Florida will get more votes than Court.

ATURUn- .n 12, 1825. by any Bord, from any quarter of Col. White will obtain in Jackson Thomas Oommyns, .,

the United 1 States." County alone ;' he will no doubt Surviving Ex'r &c. I
Peol GEORGEv.AI.TON., Secretary March 7th; 1825-1-6t ,
tini Governor cf Jhis! Territory, ( I have lit least four hundred there, r I

*thu. city on Monday last from Tullahissce ;, C O.jJI.JliUNlC tJ.TION8. which together with" the support

; accompanied by; Captain here and in Gadsd n and Leon 'N otice. 'H':

vKcucn.. United States' Quarter For Pensacola Gazette. Counties, must give'amajority: over _
dSupcrintendantof the road now o'iciag CHIPOLA, 7th March, 1825. the whole number of votes in 1 f nEr: Commissioners for the Town of ; .
; from Vcnsacola St. Augustin MR. EDI-oa-Having been parirularly -s Tallahassee will pay a premium of

t engagedon ochaif our East Florida. It is expected, One Hundred Dollars '

Yv>understand that Gen. Iticnard! f f How-citizens in the that when the interest of West for the'best .
; preparing plan of a Building for the Cajital :
Call declines! being a candidate fpr memorial which, was forwarded to Florida is so much at stake, as ,to be located in the centre of the Capital $ .
office of Delegate to Congress; and th:, { from appears by the Resolutions of the square of said Town ; the centre of ;
Congress our County, :
he )has been appointed? Receiver in tlP East, a general union in the West which) to be sixty feet square and the two '
for of
i the
of this right pre-emption, .
Un we deem it an act of Justice to
gh.-The; lower of the .
II. Ovcrton has ben t. I that indebted popular man, which will insure re to form story cen- '
jhJ.Sssiucl appointed state, we; were greatly JjuilJing a commodious Courtroom
the President, Ilegister of him at least a thousand votes. and
by to Col. \Vhite for his advice with the upper
Land Office in I'Jorida! : : ; 'hichas at) and assistance on that occasion.He If East Florida can furnish a s itory ; and each wing on the ground .
proved,by the Senate of ihe United St candidate of equal talents, who floor affording two convenient offices for ;

..n the Ibth iIt. informed us of the importance will himself Territorial. purpows.-The upper story ,
pledge Col. White
_ of and furnishedus as
citing precedent, o the centre building to afford four .
to advocate the interests of
On Saturday: the 5th instant a witu Severn! cases in point, to rooms and the Executive Office,
Dinner was !g'uen, by the Mer'-i':\.*" 3m ; which fact \ye perceive an allusion all, we should not hesitate to vote and the wings to be each a Legislative \ L

citizens of l'cicu"a" to '. I'I'ohcr I ; has been; recently made by one for him ; but these resolutions chamber.-Persons, who furnish% plans .. 1

flcr, Esquire of Spaila, Al-.turia. I'r< are ominous of an intention to monopolize must forward them under seal to the said.
;: He :
prctoroItIle Barge Eilt-:1jJl'IC; :.n.l th I: your correspondents.,\ moreover all the loaves and fishes Commissioners by the first of April next* ;
first navigator of Murder Cret-K; tor" to 1 h i' : persuaded us to forward theme when a day will be set a part to open
I -., addressedto by the wise men of the East, them for examination and .
purpose: of evincing the to :Congress, approval. 1.
of -. and make loud appeal to us to Proposals will be received forthe
which they attach to the opening : : our Delegate, and lo petition erection -
stream. Sett-rat oftne citizens: uf Alabama for the co-operation of the Legis- look to our interests.A of one wing of the plan approved

were among tie guests The \' : Man of the West. soon as practicable thereafter.
l lath Council), instead of merely
inS'"as spent in harmony and li-harity Robert Butler 3'
.. .. .
add esshigihp Governor & Coun- 041 l
and all Who paituok, rvtiied much plcaed I :! 3 1'
with the agreeable ma.n r in ?* I ) c'i: on the subject, as had been ori- Hr.JIENE.t1L. > 3

the feelinirs of all present \ure exjivss !' } ;uially; designed; for this suggestion MARRIED Salem, Mass.on Ambrose Crane. : : t

ed on this! event, so important to i I the citizens who settled in the 3d of :February last, Mr. Tallahassee, 16th February 1825. : '

commercial prospects or'our City.F. this section of the in PAUL H. GERRISH to Miss LAVI- '
H. Nis.bet Ksqmie: Preside'!, i country 1824 PAPER !
Capt.N. II. Allvn ,acted as Y.ce Prt'sidl'nt. ; are under) no \small obligation to : NIA PEABODY. WAREHOUSE. !

The follow ing tt/ibts were dJ.nk Col. White. NO. 4 CJNJLiST., NEW-ORLEANS. 1.

1. The President of tIc United Mutes We cannot j but regret the ne- oF::: Those who may wish to_ become D. C. JJJ'l 'fHA-.JSS It i
2. Florida and .J'alIllFllCl.-\\' subscribers to this Gazette on the commencement -
j jsucceeding crssity of making these remarks, rAVING opened as above will have 9
of -
the second
innxi.s- volume are re
jcar tur luritK ,
.nd intercourse of their citi/.i'i-s-. j|I : but assailed as Col. While i is on quested to hand in their names withou manufacturers constantly on hand direct from the i
3. igriculturft. Lwnnerc end J5cnu : l : every side, by\ false insinuation, delay. We shall coatinue to furnish our Connecticut and Massachusetts lvania\ew-York., .
an extensive
/tictwes.-In&epurablc J'ik-jests.t unmanly threats and mali iouscbargt'IJ paper to all our present patrons, unless: : assortment of Paper of description .
4. The Sta'le of our Country ;. ';! it becomes his friends lo i immediate notice is given of a cnjitrary comprising following every:

j kely to be overshadowed by :;,;- I wish ; and we Lope that they will hold Royal, Medium; and :
omit of Demy
darkness. no opportunity( defending themselves prepared promptly to comply Printing-,

S. Internal J"Ot.'em"The \ 1 his reputation from unjust asp"r- with our conditions, fine,and of all coarse kinds; Foolscap and qualities and Letter Double Paper .

b;;nd of union and prosperity. hions. and of rrecting the inten Post, Medium and Royal coloured; Paper

C. Cur Gve, \\ JLL1.DI Her Esq.Muy tional errors arid falsehoods which 1aa[ for Printers; Bonnet Boards, blue, brown .

his Enterprise be re\\arJcd by -. I are so often engendered by niir.ds Orort -'" '*nd white ; binders' ard band-box hoards; :

s'.uulial The returns.Contributors thc< : destitute ofcvery moral principle. uf: 1usactia. stout iron Mongers' Paper ; Kentis.' cap
7. to often::>, : : and
wrapping of all kinds Postoffice
.11ImCI' Creek.-Muy the tXu'iij.U- '\. !' : "r m. P. Hort, -.--- and marble paper ; -

tlunilcadtn nnular unrk-ilaki'u.-:.. I Jacob Robinson. ENTERED. I blank cards of every'paper kit d;; playing ruled paperof and

\he resources of the country arc luily I March 5 .Schr.. Henrielt : various kinds and sizes, &c. &c.

A eloped, j I i ( Ne v-Orleans All the above luuuci articles will be
EDrron4-l Quigglesj Cargo,
8. The Fair Scr.- j j MR. was not a little hand
on the
or procured to meet
*J \\' thout one smile from part.al lleaut surprised to s'cl the Resolutions of groceries to order. demand.

won, i I : 9Schr. Angelina, Forsyth,, H
j. meetin in St.
a public Augustine, BLANK BOOKS.A
i .
Ah! what were man ? a U'oild! without i I ', Nexv-Orleans, Consignees of Car.
lo support an !Eastern candidate large assortment ol
Sun. description i
i ; every
rOLU..l'EFRS, I ; for the office Delegate\ to Con S go, F. Pasquier, S. Patterson, C. procured direct from an extensive iianufactury -

Florida Cotton.?-May it slim.? A. No.n 1 : gress. It is certain from thepledges Le Baron & the Captain. always on hand, together with every _
ill Foreign and Domestic Prices (.. -, I l' : very\ CLEARED, article in the Stationary line.
: ; ii\rn, I Ijy a number of theliberal
John lunuvi.t}" I eq. t1I'i I March 7Schr. Bazilisk, Perry BOOKS. .
The Land U.e ; l ci:IZcrS ( r that quarter, to
tee 1ivein.-May grow ) (, 'I New-Orleans, Cargo, 12000 D. C.H. being concerned in publish-
cf Floridabe accelerated by liberal 1 a Western ctrcontacted 'iidate! that this
appropriationsfor I [nick! by J. Noriega. ing books at the Northward, has in tore :
Houvib! and Canais. of
I ; : pol y selecting an extensive
I 1 ARRIVED. an collection in tue various departments
F. II. Nihbct
Ksq. individual i of the
on account /llace literature
The J..iler'ty of/he Pl't'' .-'l\ie\ i P | March 5.-Barge Lafayette, ; particularly
I in which he 1 lives, cannot be encouiaged School & Children's Books.
safeguard! of oui I'Jglas.-t.apt. Ailen :
t : : the Merlet, Choclawhatchie, Cargo,
Gen. Gietninj: of Aia.' being called by mass of'ptoph-I 102 bales cotton. His stock will be replenished by the
: I
on for a toast, rose urd aid, there. I earliest conveyances, and libraries, country ;
Mr Prcsidcnt-I be I.i > now time] to bury all local I 6. U. S. Transport Surprize, merchants and teachers can be sup. .
prrmitted Wilson l'lobiJtPoint.. the
plied on most terms.
to 1 preface thc least \\ II J ; ff'mss} ann pre ilections. There 10. U. S. Transport Florida, Orders for Type, from the extensive

lam about to propose, wi'.h arcnaks. arc no cunff.ciing interests between Baker 5 foundry of George Bruce, New-York,
; fampa Bay daysPuBae.ngeca.'lrs.
The di'scftu of the IJotittlterpl'ize Ib 'j the two'xt'cmes, on the contrary Lieut. will be received by D. C. H. -
i their'piosperityi\ depends upon Sands, Bill bkms and all kinds of printing Ink, ,
down Murder Cn-tk
each otmr, and there should be an Page, and Messrs. Osgood and I for sale as above.
justly regarded as u ;> ; Senac. -
eu-nt to the future. prospinty '. I{ : equal attention paid to both by: SAILED. J. Shiim's Panacea. *
}Pensacola.! It the Government1. It is evident,
the is no : propitious : : howcxvr, that blithe\ adoption ollh Mardi9.Barge Lafayette, t4ILHE subscriber having discovered the .
to County of Cui.txuiiatu
Siyaime's celebrated
Merlet, Choctawhalchie, Cargo, composition
',-se Resolutions thy are determined -
we have now assembli d around l I groceries by N. H. Allen. Panacea has now a supply on hand fur
the re6tihoard, to .' I ItXpft'ssun to advance their o'Wn sectizn sale. He has reduced the price from g3
11. S.
to our feelings! of cuhgratulation without any\regard to the in- Transport SurprizeVilson 5OtoS2 50, or by the dozen 24. '
: \ Mobile Point, Cargo, All charitable institutions in
the (t'rtastof! the whole, or to the sacrifice the United (
on jo\ful occasion.The of the West. tiles. Stales and the poor will be supplied gra- I
Creekvhich has been i Arrived I tis. .
A'-tv-York Feb 10.-
; ,
tiered! Florida} has a right to demand i
navigable by the 'nirspl 1 I Schr. Comet, Judd, from Pensacola If the citizens of the principal cities and
of a J few individuals, supported a bee share of the large appropriations via Savannah. towns will appoint; an agent to order and

they have been, by the t.'nll1; .! I I: annually made for Commerce -- -- ----- --... distribute this medicine to the poor it will _
Navigation Roads Lighthouses be supplied.This .
l policy of the Legislature of I
, State of Alabama : : 1 Fortifications &c. Heretofore Custom House, Pensacolat. 1 Medicine is celebrated for the
W \l'I'S one I ; while I January UrA 1825. .5 cure cf the following: diseases .Scrofula
millions have been
wealthiest! countries in tha' : \] or King'&evil, ulcetated or putrid sore
the produce of this County ha I lavished on other parts of the Union SAILING DIRECTIONSFor throatIOng standing rheumatic aHecuous,
: I
hitherto found a mal'kt'princi she has been, neglec1ed.I .- Vessels bound into Pensacola. I cutaneous diseases, white swelling; and

pa1I)" by means of a : .j I \ \'re has there been a cent appropriated T/TliSSELS/ coming from the Eastward diseases, of the bones and all ca,cs generally ;
ivaRon I
']I for removing the ob- T should keep in 7 fathoms water un of an ulcerous character, and chronic -
portation ; and thus, the City diseases, debilitated .
: stiuctions in rivers? til the Light House bears by Compass: K. generally arising in -
ljcnsacola has been deprived of :I our numerous by w. when they can stand in for the bar constitutions, but more especially

important! trade, to ta&ich she wi \\ here are our Fortifications I and 1 until in 31 fathoms, which is the shoal est from syphilis or ail'ection 'arising there-

J jastly entitled from IUT local Naval Depots ? :Where the appropriation water on the bar at low water with the from ulcers in the larynx, nodes, &c.
portion. : of bv After And that dreadful disease occasioned by
This hur dreds of thou light bearing jr. w. arriving a
order .
of'things h. : sands of acres of land for canal s, the bar agreeably to the above directions, long and excessive use of mercury, c.
tn changcd by removing ; you nust then steer x.w. until the B. \v. It is also useful in diseases ot the liver.C1iRTJFiC1'J'fS. .
other of
as are given to
Ecullics that have C'hstruc! t i quarters end of St. Rosa Island bears E. by s. and .

bc: navigation of Murder Crr- k ; J j the cuuntry ? We of the West the Light House v.$ w. when you can I bavewithin the last two years, had

A ( are \viliiug- that our Eastern brethren steer for the Light until within the,Island, an opportunity of seeing several cases of
we are now : \
hope thct the j I ; shall have their. share, whenever when you can haul up into the passage very inveterate U1c4il'S, which having resisted -
| enlivening in9utnrttfC3flmcce the Government grant what and steer for the hay free of danger. previously the regular modes of -
will cheer the desert The above directions are applicable for: treatment, were healed by'the use ,of Mr.
cd streets of your City. The mantfiMr. they are bound'to give upon every: large vessels coming from the westward Swaim's panacea, and I do belidve from

Presider.t, in which ; principle justice, precedent and with the exception, that they need not what I have seen, that it will prove an.

te thought to youp policy. It is evident, however, keep in more than 5 fathoms water. important remedy scrofulus, venerial

Your proper i l that the East is not: satisfied ; they ,Small vessels,drawing not more than 14 mercurial diseases. .
regard for the owner of tl feet can brine,tjie light to bear H. | wand N. CHAPMAN, M: ,D: I
resolve to a candidate in '
,Oat Enterprize will, evince support the Institute and Practice of I
to steer for it in' the' night until within ,Professor of -
\laten'S of Conecuh County, the East, for what 2| To place haifa mile of it, where they, can anchor 'Physic in the University Pennsylvania: ,;-" ,;. r I

TS.OB place a estimate Naval Depot at Tampa-to get anappropriation ; with an off shore wind. But if they hare ,I have employed _the panacea of Mr. .. -.J.t.

$lIt Ir proper of lard to cut'a canal a fair wind they can steer: x.: by 111'. until walm in numerous instances within_the. -
; and believe me sir to the *of the sheltered by St. Rosa, Island, where they last three years, and have always found"in ", .
'i1enI connect waters
i ir I .
assure you, that they \ i : I can ancb r in a good harbour until daylight. extremely efficacious, especiaijy in secondary .
Gulf with the Atlan ic-no matter : >
Ratified to receive the : : syphilis and mercurial disease. I have -
S meeting. In offering I what becomes of the .interests of r.he"ebb: tide sets s. w., and the flood no hesitation pronouncing medicine. ,

''Pect to the West. How unlike ,the liberal v.-E. which should be carefully ,observed of: inestimable ..,

,,hiCh tIe Capt. Guy, a respect principles of ourjcandidate, as.j by all vessels coming in, as the' ebb will W. GI SON.. M.D.

'I|n) US1 IS entitled cy his activein evinced by the character of his cir carry.you on the cavcos shoal and the T Prof*tor Surgery in:ihe University
lhat ry promoting the object : flood sets' directly "in over the middle Pennsylvania: ,

'h M led to this meeting, cular letter. 1 ground. JOHN 511 IHN,- Chemist*. .

- ,- tttDd the hand (Jf fiieudihip The inba'JitantS"OEast Florida I A., W.; Hamilton, Philadelphia, Feb. 17,1823-13. lam .,,1,... : .

" thepeopi of have an equal right o an appro-- Collector N B. For sale at Smith. and.Pearsall's. N-7
f ablma. In 45-- 12w._ -
or I- E: corner of Third and Market Streets. :
for hut -
priation their canal .
e they
ing expresins or lhse! ftclpermit ,: i- .. Each p blisherofa'newspapcrjn..the U.'.,*' t
I: should recollect that all of' West Th1* lr
mein behalf of thetltizens &c. ailed States, is requested to publish :
Florida is in crested in Book Keeping
j, r my deeply a advertisement once_ ;a month forpnt7g$7. .
, : to\'Oh. a toast County, to propose canal to ,connect the at'el'S'of the ,A person','acquainted,with Book Keeping and send,their accounts for paymenfeExecuud .\f J
' in iu various branches, will.pos "" -
"tAe with' Lhe Choctavri ,
:,',: nA-City: 01' P..,.ICCO",,_ .al" ., County.cJ hatchie Appalatchicola, through Sir1 .Andrew8 or adjust'books,copy,accounts or,_;ijwttu; *" ; -.PIiJ.NI'INa{ : '"L," J-'t".t '" '- t
;;.v &y u e by the ties of interest Amenta writing1,.at tbe shortest: notice, witHhcatn'ess : "
:-If: bsd1fthtu.lib Policy! '" still loser Bay rWthC.fl0 local r:feelings; on, reasonable terms. Apply at, this office accuracyand "I ., :
union, : and we !shall support our c&ndi-. feb 4th-i81' detpatck t this office; .



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; .: Christian Register.TVHE | -RECOMMENDATIONS.ours Mail rr That; tithe next, tentsi IublisAingWkWS.Pa r.1+ ,

CHRi fU3f.R oisrria is a ttl h t _: \\, on Thursday at atl 10 P.A.M.-M.Closei d o'ribe Hon.th Caunty' Court, I will ". ..&tzJ.."".. ',.t'o.w: ."; ,

1 i .I: religious newspaper, published '!kecf eer" .al'bho,hasrn!:. on Fnday'Mitchell.. present the accounts ,and ,vouchers, ,-, and ;: '
Rob of the estate, of ;..
it is .. make finalsettleraent .
:weekly, in, ,Boston. .The ejd I afaduUaseia a tggafcr,; *.c..:"" -, '1taster.Pensac a deceased 1:. '.lt,
port nsacola.
r" of P
: TO
I Jacob I Odell, late BE EXT1TLEQ
regular publication of this work irnporiknt that a constant supplyof 5 4 t JIB,
J&.f Carr
la, ...1 James
should be fur- l-rid\\
k commenced in August ,18 1.- useful reading .' I Int.i.gt.itt" \\
and that that portion of T- 'BOOKS. Feb.25-51-tf. Jthnmiitrator.A !.
4 Since that time it, has been continued nished, soliciting the

!.J: with a steadily increasing reading} which is most accessible, UST ceited'for, wle* at the Pensaco- T\\E ALl\1.": IN s public in the patronage laudable cf i t a r.e' ,

; 1 patronage :arid? pf most frequent occurrence q1, la Bn 6k Store, : PAPER devoted exclusively to for diffusing local and general intelj-( ''

41 The great object of this work is :should be such as to convey ,valuable A lew Ledgers, eign news and :!literary compilation, I mong the citizens of thVyouni;.ard"ft gc.l __

i S to inculcate the principles of a rational i [instruction, and to make good Day [Books is published weekjy in the, city of New- rishing diffidence Territory and "embarrassment,. the EUiitorg ftel :

faith and the i impressions. No leading is so universal York. Besides the ordinary record of political Wnitjl
to promote Journals attend the
of abroad,the Albion repub hsh. I ways commencement cf -
and constant as that events
practice of genuine piety. Tok Books andChildren's enterprise the termination of is11 ,
Letter the debates of the British irhich
is interested es, at length, ,
NEWSPAPERS. Every one volred in the :
: uncertainties
this rnd it aims to a ofl
encourage Books. Parliament, on all important subjects ; futurit1
;s spirit of frer and independent inquiry in being acquainted with the Copy and the decisions of the English Courts, Yet, feeling solicitous to be usefjj --I

j ; to assist in bringing into cburse of public transactions and : i W. Hasell Hunt. in cases general jnterest. Its literary I community, they avail themselves Or lbo' .

use the true principles of inter- in knowing 'the common news of, Oct.30tb,1824. selections are made from all the promi- present ofa auspicious and period, in the in. ,,- j
the But this can usually occupy -! nent & journals of the London new growing country, to soi .":
: preting tht Scri|>iuu-s, and to recommend : day. NOTICES magazines the patronage and support of thechiX !
thr. meek and charitablr : but a small portion of the columns Presses. of the interior, to a News.i'apeTthej
r That in compliance The ALBION is published every Satur- ,-
It has S hereby given, and cf t
of a weekly portance utility which if proneSr
of the In its views paper. I Ordinance in the imperialform -
I temper gospel. with the 5th section of the day, on fine paper, quarto conducted
no one be
of doctrine, it harmonizes generally been thought that the'remaining of the lstof', January last, the return made rand is forwarded by the Southern question. dkpojedtJ *,.<

with the Christian Disciple columns might with great advantage by the Assessors shall remain open, to the mail of the same day. The of this
filled least in interested, for received at the Office of resources delightful section :
1ii Christian Examiner, and Unitarian be at part, inspection of any person Subscriptions of the country, its contiguity
and weeks from the date hereof, at the the Pensacola Gazette. to the Cult
i : Miscellany. It is, O\vt"t'r, with, religious intelligence, two Mexico, and to a fine back
office of the Secretary of the Board TERMS-Six Dollars per annum, paya- country
w4; I of a Ji.urr rlrmeniary and'popular snch speculations upon religiousand Aldermen from 3 to 6 o'clock P. >K Sa- ble in advance. I Geca, as also its central situation, inspire

;- i character than these works, and moral subjects, as would be turdaysand Sundays excepted.N. dj": The present volume :s embellished; .I become the pleasing of expectation, thai?itj u

;: :. is intended to be better adapted to universally interesting and useful. S. Parmantier, with a Map of the Polar Sea, and recent tance,as a well place as the centre considerable of impor.

i 1i:;; the taste utid wants of the common The paper, to which you are now Feb. 25th, 1825 Secretary.TALLAHASSEE discoveries, of Captain Parry ; a Map of and science in FJ orida.I nfintlZlQt
the between Lakes Erie and Ontario -
Ji class of Traders who have invited to become a subscriber, country The FLORIDA I.VTELUGISCIR
i I with the projected Wei land Canal, I isdcftn.
f .. not time for learned investigations. -I I was set up with this view, and has I and other engravings. ed to be a vehicle of local and genera.

5 .. hitlu rto been conducted, we think, Cnta\ Or F\o\'ida. i itJlE _, formation, and accessible to all '
f in calculatedto Territory Florida, } who may be desirous! of discussing tonS ;
11. In addition to the doctrinal de. a manner eminently Cjsmmissioners appointed under :I County Court. of a public nature, or of
i !;' :. partnu'ir (,f this work it is onepart answer the design of such a : an act of the li.ivernor and Counci County of Escarabia,j / I scientific researches anti literary ess, .
The views of religious or'thc- of Florida will on the )
C furnish paper. Territory October Term, 1824. I Rut all personal and invidious
I" o..s pan: to a weekly disputation
truth and duty, which it presents, first Monday of April next proceed to selljn motion of Adam Gordon Esquire I every diversity of attack on private
;i.f simut itiy oi i religious intelligence! to the highest bid- ON I 'cha-
are those which are generally man- the principal square, Acting Attorney for the Territory of ructerslull be suppressed.
I l aijfl i-5j pt cially of that which relate tained Unitarian Christians der, the lot of Tallahassee ; the plan of :' Florida, ORDERED, That a Rule be entered : This paper is not to be devoted to

I t I -, lo Uie |pogressand: prospects by which embrace one hundred and sixty. against the defaulting Grand and man or to subserve the purposes of any
' ,';i of liberal Christianity. \Vhairvcr i and M exhibits the manner of reasoning acres of land) and will be submitted on Petit Juror, to appear at the next term 0: tion, to laud one or depreciate another.a fat._

1: has a beartng on the interests of I' which they emplov in their applicationand; on the days of sale, for the this Court, and shew cause, if any they The feelings ofevery individual from the
: i
, illustration and support. To those information! of purchasers. The terms have,why tli ey should not be fined for humblest to the moat exalted, should
r.i; Tnoiais am religion or.on the who \\ ish for a paper of such a prc ribed py said act, are six per cent their said default ; the Grand Juror. in inviolate and secure. And the be

\ general cause of humanity and : character it is recommended in advance on'';,cost of each lot ; the residue. the sum of Fifteen-Dollars each, and the while under our control, shall Press,

:i benevolence, is duly noticed.E'ach : .in three tqual: annual instalments and : Petit Jurors ui the sum of Ten Dollar degraded to the sacrilegious never be
I the belief that it will fully answer the lots and'iiulividual'! held bound I purpose of
:{;r1. number of the sec-irity each. And i it is further Ordered, ThAt a invading moral and
1' contain -
i religious/sentiments
, \ 1 paper their wishes. Signed by for the payments, on the completion of copy of the above rule be published b or converted to an engine domestic

: .tj '' ., also a bummaiy of .he most Ih,'". Henry Ware, D. D. Cambridge.Rev which, titles \\ill be made to the respective -I the Pen:>acola! .Gazette, six weeks succes- cord and internal dissention. Its di* _
:: interesting nliscdlanillus and political \\1'1. E. Clianning. i. a. Moston.Hev. owners' sively. A true Copy from the Record, will be Republican, while, the asperitici

:, :: iiiltl I i ii-t"ucr; both domestic John G.: Patfre,. do. Tallahassee situated about nineteen Attest, and recriminations parties, as far as

jt: ; and f irrgn. Political: discussions Rev. :Francis Parkman, do. miles northjof Marks near three navigable John Miller, Clk. Bible, will be avoided. pc.-
do. streaifis, in a fine fertile country,
!" ;'43;; hot vrr, are carefu ly avoided, as ne Rev.,'.James Henry\\alker Ware, Jr., Charlettovn.llavmg growing sugarcane and sea-island cotton, by W. Hasell Hunt, D. c. The press, type and paper, will bel
..'il only! adapted to divide and alienate : been a reader of the and watered by a never failing stream and ov. 56th,J1824-.33-t f. (where one of conveyed the firm now to resides Tallahassee,) and*
: ;. rat In r man to unite; ; and as liable from fine spring .
the .
[J" REGISTER TAKE NOTICE. the publication of the paper commenced

f 1:':: lo defeat the mote important pur imt" of its first esiaolishment, I Public I Buildings.The lIE Subscriber takes the as soon as a sufficient number of subscri.b .

I t posts ofthe work. 0I concur fully with the above gen- Commissioners will be prepared to :I Citizens of liberty ofinfursning.the ITS are obtained; which it is hoped and
I.; One of the is JI also de- receive proposals, immediately alter the j j! Pcnsacola expected will be in the month of NorV.
I\' part paper th men in their views of its character -! sale of the I lots CI Tallahassee, for the erection -'I generalh, that lie Las fur some! time past

:? ," -. .- Yoti-u .o poetry, to intcreslfngnarrative and merits. As a repository -I of one wing of Ihe public buildings I j,I contemplated leaving this city on a visit CONDITIONS.

I 1,1 :::, and to miscellaneous communications of interesting original and to be durable materials. Persons I: to the North,for the ensuing summer, and The FLORIDA ISTELLIGEXCEB will be
\: that he still intends to do so. He there.I -- published on lar< sheet .
a c royal
I at
: and selei who Fire
I' T (original ttj'j' selected and discussions on may bejdibposed to undertake a work I
I essays I I fore avails hrnself this opportunity of Dollars per annum, payable in adrancc.
of considerable do
would well
ed I historical and importance, j
) agricultural, the general topics religion, both to attend. l\ plan will be submitted tor i j expressing his unfeigned thanks for the U necessary that this rule b:: invariakty

, '1'1; : ., litriary. (,f a practical and doctrinal nature the information of those persons interested i favors conferred 01 him during his residence complied with. and it is hoped, that ifl

; Ji But whils, it is understood that I and as containing the pl'inci-1 and nonf need apply, who may not I I in Pensacola ; and would also inform : who sign, will consider it3 importance.

; !:;:i. the Christian Register is d -SIRned I It' pal articles of religious, political j be enabled to give satisfactory security the public that he expects, without ,I Advertisements will be inserted at one
' all the of for faithful of hi fail, to leave the place as early as the first dollar for the first publication of
to the
t' '1 answer purposes ? and 1 : perforniaucc con- I every
literary intelligence, brought tract. day of April next ; and should his former twelve lines or under, each subsequent
j ':!; ,' ncwsfia/itr, to those who find within a small compass, this paper customers or others, wish anything donein I insertion fifty cents.

J>;; .," it coiitfuifiit to. take but onepublic may be recommended as having .. Jiobeit Butler, ) his professional line of I Any person subscribing and paving for

Hi! journal, it? is also wishes well founded claims to the Thos., H. Penn, P AIMING, five copies,shall receive the sixth gratis;

. f that thi distinctive character, aiJdpromin..nt patronage of the public, and par- Ambrose Crane, such as chairs, carriages, or other orna- Editors are requested to insert this

purpose of the work : icularlv of the friends of LiberalChristianity. TallabasseeDec.( 18th, 1824.4S'F4.'l -.. mental or sign painting ; varnishing of to Prospectus assist in in their respective papers and
! r may b*a fully borne iu. mind : viz.. : I furniture in the best manner, &c. &c. he friends us obtaining patronage. Our
generally, will confer favor
IAh1. will be toattemHo tneir a by
tha ills intended very happy commands -
1f! particularly to JARED SPARKS. the
i., I with forwarding names of subscribers with-
$4 act as theddvicateofllberalchris.Iit UST receivedand for sale at the Pen punctuality and despatch, out
: Boston, Dec. 20, 1824. & ) sacola Book Store small and on the most reasonable terms. delay.
; !tianity, religious tt.leration, frinquny The terms of subscription! are, of ; a \V. Champlin.Pensacola crY::: Please direct for the present to this
1\ place,or to Tallahassee
1 11 .7 and Christian charily ; t tree dollars but if Feb. 16th 1825 tf.My
per year ; : Quills, superior quality, (Tordon Crane & Co.
t! and in ibis wait is hoped, as the in advance within ,
paid or sixty :
Letter Paper, the President of the United States.IN Pensacola, Utb October, 1824.
i advocate oi'pure practical religion.
f ;r tays qfythe time of subscribing, : "Wafers pursuance of law, I JAMES )(OofROE. .
4 J. Being as this work professedly two tloilurs! and an. half will be received President of the United States, do

If'; l is, a vehicle intelligent. Sealing Wax and hereby declare and make known, that a PENSACOLA.a3ca .

;i : respecting the state and prospects DAVID flEED.NOTiCE Office Tape. public sale will be hdd at the Land Office < :

'f of Unitarianism and of liberal .. ? jit TALLAUASSEE, in 'londa, on the third mi)
fl'M' w Hasell Bunt. Monday of:May next, for the disposal of JUST received per schooner Cararii
Christianity it is believed
) generally ; 4th Feb. 1825.Exchulgc. he following lands, viz : from New-York, an addition t
\J mat it may operate, in sorru' *flS hereby g.ven, That atthe next terra 1'ownship 1, South uf Range 1, west of the former supply of books, among w1iic

. ::11j respects, as an important bond tf ill, of the lion. the County Court, 1 will on N ev-Y Ol'k. the Meridian line. are the following! : ;: .

t ik'f union among. those who are friend present the accounts and vouchers, and 'OR sale in sums to suit purchaser 1 and 2 north of Range 1 do do St. Horn's Well, bt, tf2afflhn.ofJTy,

:1f ly to its views, by making them make final settlement of the estate of Jb by h Fractional! do do do do Hiding-field's :Medical Practice,

it J acquaintedith the circu.i.stan Giles Newton,late of Pensacola, deceased. Stone & Nisbet. Township 1, south, 1, L\3, 4, & 5, east. Franklin's Journey to the r l Seu,'

'- 1 and 3, north, 1,2, 3, 4. & 5. Hajji Baba's Adventures, .
1 ces the effors, and the successes John de la Rna ten. 14th, 1825.s'roNE. __ Fractional township 3 1,2,3, 4, & 5. WaKio's Naval Heros, Prose by a Poe?,

!Hfj'I : of the ditkren. individuals and Administrator., & MS BET. The sale will commence with the low- Songster's Museum, Salem Witchcraft?

I societies; ,of, liberal Christians Feb 4th 1825-51-tf. t't'lAVE received per Schr. Caravan est number of section, township, and Coleman's Anecdotes, '
inrou.noui. me country iviosi "i' ;.1 from New-York, and arc now opening range, and proceed in regular numerical Kgan's Sporting Anecdotes,
4d : oer.. The lands reserved by law for Gregory's Chesterfield 2 .
I rob.Charlotte's .
the religious sects among us, ax ail! he us)2ibI a handsome Assortment of goods ttt- ..
lie tie schools, or other will Letters
to Wirier
purposes ,
f ed to the season, viz :
I themselves of this means of C. just received from New Orleans be excluded from the: sale. Humcrnort'snew collection of
fine sciseS Anecdoti4.
\ HAS ,ill packages cutlery .
nion. Each sect has its religion )" Schooner Angelina.F sors &r.'an' plated wares, Given under my hand at the Lc Sage's Devil on Two Sticks, ,- .

t 'nevu/iafi'r ; and it is beyond Ouubt /F\vii20 Cincinnati I Whiskey, 2 cases GanttuVs boots, fine calf Brogans City of Washington,the 25th La Pcyrouse's Voj age Lh-ingPlap3 w$

1k thal these popular publications, do. 1st quality; Orleans Sugar, a l1'Jadi' s' slippers, day of January, 1825. New Robinson Crusoe,

I( have thus far proved no mean instruments 14 15 do.do molasses Louisville, steam mill flour, 7 cases me \'s and boy's hats, assorted, James Monroe. Phillip's Speeches,Tytier's Elements)
1 case flannels, and Tales of My Landlord, 3d SerifScott's
in strengthening, consolidating 5 do. best prim "'pork, kerseys t'eltings, Uy the President, "
1 case stout knit half h..se & Lady of the Lake,
t caps, GBO. G GIL\HA,
and and 25 boxes mould candles,
giung efficacy
;a 9 bbls buckwheat meal, 3 cases cloths and cassimeres, assorted, Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office. Walker's-Three Spaniards, 2 1I.Hutler's .
success to 1'ieir efforts as diM inct quarter 1 case mixed and blue sallinctts, assorted Fanner's Manual,

?*.*i bodies of Christian, in promoting 5 kegs salmon, -- Cantoti'ueiit Clinch,Pensacola, Barbauld's Lessons toith coloredplatesDeppinw's
5 dt tobacco
> ,
Trhat tlu } respectively matnam as .4 cases ready made clothing, superfineblue !MIl, J t.ruarll, 1B25. i F.venings Entertainments
6 boxes Flinn's cider, "
1',1 WILL receive proposals,'till the 20th '
black and coloured coats, do. Ewin s Geography, Gregory's Legs tI.
truth A :
weekly 100 do
paper, though Cologne water, March to furnish with Fresh
frock militarmixed 3 ensuing, Locke's & Bacon's
less learned ,d For sale at his store. Palafox and do. blue, Essays,
:4 3 lal>on d, has. frcnitheXiequency comer black and Beef th'e troopsof U. S. Armythat are Book
: Intendenciu coloured cloth and cassi Hodgdon's Letters, Linnet Song ,
ufits publication"adtcidrtl street. or may be stationed at or within the vicinity -I Life of Franklin
mere pantaloons, sattinett do. silk, Washington's UferWatson's
t ; advantage over monthly F. Pasquier.Jan. toilineit and cassimen vests lic.&.c. of Cantonment. Clinch,from the 1st Philip 2d and 3d,2 volt. .

$! and quarterly works, as a mentis of 2d, 1825.44tfS'rA'rE 3 cases fancy goods, prints, cambrics, I. of April next'till the 31st of March 1826, Hawes' Life of Newton, Putnam's U

fancy robes, linen cambric cravats, inclusive.The, Bonaparte's Life,
1* strengthening and promoting the .
OF ALABAMA fine beef will be required to"be of the
interests of the linens, bomhazettes, gentkmen's Astley'a Cooper's Lectures,
c ass Christians COV1NGTON COUNTY. fashionable cravats, fancy Jest which the market can attbrd, and to Ferrer's Mecical Histories, .
among whom thry circulate. I be delivered to the troops on two days in
Suit Chancery' for ])ivorce.John worked robcsLadies'silk bags, black Murray's Materia Medics,
Under an impression ol Inc correctness Dimond stocks, &c. &c. each week,the days to be designated-in Phillips on'Indigestion,

of tht.'St suggestions, the V9. C) Covmgton, Alabama, 3 bales low price shirtings, such quantity as"way be requisite for their I. Baudelocque's Midwifery,
Editor of the CluisTian Register Mmond. $ Circuit Court. 1 case good quills, rations on day. Toller's Law of Executors,
Persons offering to contract will please
is induced appearingto the satisfaction of sale ... 4D Blackstonefs Commentaries t.Zfc
: resptctfully to ask thepatrons lIT make their proposals in writing, sealed i
Court that the i variety of ot1er goods in store such as Bishop Home the Psalms
defendant in this on ,
of the Unitarian Miscellany and directed to me, stating, in a
I nota! resident of this State, it is there: olankets, nrgfj shoes, wool hats cotton singlebid Marshal's Friend's Family,&c. Sic. i&<.
i 0 (which i is iiuw to be discontinued fore ordered that unless the cards &c. uc. the rate per pound for which they

direct their ..l.. _..__..:.: ._ ____ _u _, defendant_in Nov. 13th 1824. will iurnish. WHICH,
) to attention to mia case: appear ann pieau answer or demur together with the stock heretofore .C .

I. this p pe.r and, consistent with to the complainant's bill of complainton STONE & A. W. Thornton, Lt.Asst. hand, composes a very extensive and i t-

their views and feelings, to give it or before the first day of the next term NISBET, Corny. Subst. U. Army. neral assortment of books, and will '
of the said Court, that the bill betaken Have received per Schr. Kmblemfrom NOTE-No proposals will be received sold at the New-York prices for c sn.-
patronage.: pro co/tfesso : and that this order be pub- ', .and Tom Si lie Ids. from after the 19th March, the day previous to Country Merchants and. public or private

In relation to the future character lished once a week for two months. New-Orleans.- the one limited. Libraries furnished on the most Jjbenj*

of the, work, it becomes the Attest, tfj.1Bb19.. flour of superior qualIty, Fruit and Ornamental Tree terms, and such books as are ordered*? .' :

h Editor, so far as he is himself concerned : Saml. ,Brackin, lH> do. Whiskey are not on hand, will be procured with.*.*:
p to with 1 SO kegs liard, L c. little delay i as possible. Orders froni *. .
diffidence. '
speak CM? Cir. (?t oj Covinston Cy. 10 firkins'butter &V

With the aid, however, of those able 49St.ISOTARIES. 50 bags coffee, \S1WQ !pmtt
; correspondents, who have SO sacks Liverpool -
PUBLIC. ground salt, of the Unnaan personal application. .
: from' the first, contributed to tilt 5 kegs tobacco, PROPRIETOR Botanic ',
New-York offers 'v. Hasell Hunt.
: f work : and from the .additional VOTIVE( IS HEREBY.'GIVEN, That ALSO, public his usual extensive, to the '
j'sj j the undersigned are the Notaries 20 packages domesticplaids very collection July 29th '1824.
i assistance which he only and stripes, ""*" __ .
on .7. Of Fruit and, :
expects, '
Public duly commissioned in the shirtings linens and_a variety of other ar .". Ornamental -
the enlargement of the paper, at citv of Pensacola.. tides, wlu.-b with their former stock; will Trees, Flowering Shrubs and ;

,j* the beginning of the year, he trusts N. S. Farmantier. be found superior to any assortment ever -YlI Plants Bulbous Flower roots Blanks. :

1 : that it will be rendered in .somedrgrtC' offered in this market., i .and near one thousand species ). '
I ,. ,. ..
Joseph E. Caro. ofGreen House nts <; ,
3d among
worthy the notice and 1824. are '
*4 \ ,of patronage February llih, 1825-49 3 w. I the Olive, the Cinnamon, the Coffee, the SbijpingArticles: ,, :I -. ,, J
a discerning community.
CAUTION. Green and Bohea Tea, the Black : "
'The following testimonials i,PRINTINGExecute ANY debts contracted by the &c. !te. Catalogues 'of which maybe Coasting MniesS. : i I

respecting its past character have with neatness, L armed B"5 Volcano, will crew not be of seen by calling the Editor of this paper Save.Ma; lrsts and. : :'
; been 'furuishcxi. accuracy paid by the Captain agent for the Proprietor who will .
kindly or '
;i* itid Consignee .
despatch at this office. forward Bills of '
I. Pcnsacola, MirchSd, 1825. promptly any orders left with Lading,- .: _:)' :" I
bun- "
.. "' t. Oct. 24 For sale -
I H. 33-tf at this Office.

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