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 19, 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.)
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LAWS-- OTT J'LOltllA closing the (polls has armed it-1 with proc s ", and'the said justices i likely ;to,,I lose his 'debt'.or:demand..''r '9" \)Be: ir'frrherenacd, That '

I shall be the4uty of the. Judges, to shall bear i nd'testify,,under aeal J, 3.. Be' .it.. further. enacted. J:-That the'said: property' so,attached, ex* :

act to amend anact, entitled "an act count: publicly the votes so! given 'testimony retail' sucb'ftav. before;theis5Uingpf: ; "said_ '.w nt,-the Cf'|>t in the:. case !I1e.ationed. the_ ." !
providing,for the ejection of a ,Dele*,,(kirby ballot, and to insert in,a'book;>> tested" 'riecti a 0"4lit (t r of party applying or-the-Rame,shall 4ttl>: .*ction: !,of" "this act. m. l'at' any. I
*zte to Congress/' preparedfby' them for that purpose, the house ofUniled (representatives'of the : by himself, or:some other. person time "V be tpliF&y 1'UieiaWde> ?> '1 I

jjc it enacted by the Governor. the number given to each. candi-, States, Provided nevertheless in, his behalf, enter Into,bond with fend, ant, or some other person" for I 1
_ td Legislative Council of the date. That no testimony shall two or more sufficient' securities, him, giving. bond to the sheriff or .: j
jerritory of Florida, That the :. 6. Be .it further enacted That be received" which. does not relateto -in a sum double the amount-of'the other ministerial officer of the

first section of an Act, providing when two or more ballots are put .the points the notice, a 'copy, debtor. .property claimed, payableto court, with good and 'sufficient security .1 .'
for the election of a Delegate to in the box, folded as one ballot, of which notice, attested by the the defendant, conditioned that in double the amount, of the
Congress, be and the same is ht'i'eBr they shall be destroyed and not person who delivered served the the,said plaintiff,will, pay all costs ,debt sworn to by the plaintiff, con '

repealed.Sec. counted. same, shall be delivered to the said and damages, which :maybe occasioned ditioned. for the re.d livery of the '
2. Be it further enacted, 7** Be it further enacted, That justices. { by the issuing of said 'at property to the sheriff other officer 1

That '
shall be held on the second Monday of the polls, th, judges of the election all white male cilizens of the U- the same to effect. the rmofthe court, at which the .1

of May Eighteen hundred and 1 shalt seal up. enclose and deliver nited Slates, above the age of twen-: J. Be it further enacted, That said ;attachment is made returnable ,. '
twenty-five, and a like election: to thi-Sheriff of the County ty-one years, who have resided whenever any perso has reason to to abide the.order and judgment -* \. ,
jhall be held on the'same day: in in*which the election was held,. a the Territory of Florida' for the fear,'that property, to which such t b ereo. .' I i :

every second year thereafter. certificate: of she number & names I space of three monlhs'previous to peron may have ..a claim, but 10. Be further* enacted, Th t'i i :,
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, of the candidates voted for, and of I the day of election, and all white which is in the possession of a- when the property attached shall ,

That the Judgrs of the Cuurr.y ttatlUmhel' of votes given to each i male. inhabitnts of the Territoryabove nother is about to be taken beyondthe be of a perishable nature, it shall _' \

Courts shall, in their respective candtilatr, in: the following manner i the'ag of twenty-one years, jurisdiction of the Court, he and may be lawful for the judgeor ..1 i
counties, designate the time anti : 4< We the subscribers, Judges -, who were in i the Territory at its shall make oath, that the property justice who ordered the attach
places of holding said election, election (for cession the United States legally him the said
of the a Delegate to to on belongs'to ,. ment in vacation, as well as in,
and give notice thereof by d n's- !I Congress,, held at in the seventeenth of July, eighteen first mentioned person, and that term time, to grant an order for I ;
tisement at least six weeks helot of do hereby hundrtd nd and who he has reason to. believe that
.he County : twruty-one, unless the sale of such property after such, I. -
the election. But if paid Court certify, that at the said election i have contiMied to reside in the'l'eritciTun withheld by the writ of attach public notice as to the said judge \ j 1

should not give notice of said weeks time j held at the aforesaid place, il the day. of election ment, the said property will betaken .' or justice shall seem expedient. I 4 ,i
and places of election six A. B. and C. were candidates, and. shull be enti i led' to vote for ...the beyond the jurisdiction; of '11. Be further enacted,. That I I',4 '
before the time by this act appointed hat there were given for A. B. the Delegate to qon rfss. the court, and: it shall. and may be when the amount of the debt, I
for said election th' tin ..
T tiumber of -- votes and for 13. Be 1i further enacted, That lawful for any judge, justice of claim or demand shall not exceed
Clerk of said Court shall give notice C. D. the number ofotes. when o'ojectibns are made to a person the peace to issue a writ of attach the sum ofjwenty dollars, the said 1: J

in manner aforesaid at least <, offering to vote, and in all other ment in the manner provided, by writ of attachment shall be made, Ii'
four weeks before said ilectio'; Signed D. E. cases where The qualificationsof the first section of:this act. The returnable to a justice of the peace I .j

and shall also hate power to appoint .17. fr.. the perst notTering| tp vote is a plaintiff in said writ giving bond 'and, the said writ shall be served I PJ
the judges of said election Judges of Election." fact unknown to either of the and security in manner aforesaid. by a constable: and the proceed I! i-" .

.. mvthe manner provided by the act And it si.al: i.e ih- duty of the Judges, thry shall have power to And the same affidavit may be ings shall be the same as nearly as .

to which this December is an 29th amendment.1824. ShfTff:: within ten days after receiving examine such person, on oath or made, and the same writ issued &t may lhevith, the proceedings required -* \ '

Approved IIG ;::t .. the said certificate, lo affirmation, tpuching his qualifications any stage of a cause concerning, in the foregoing sections ot '
The following is the act to transmit it to the Governor of the L& a voter, agreeably to any property, debt, or demand, this act, land when the amount -I
.-frhich the preceding is an amend Terntoiy. the qualifications in the preceding claimed as aforesaid. claimed shall exceed the sum of
ncnt. 8. tie it further enacted, That section ; which oath or affirmation 5. Be it further enacted, That twenty, and shall not exceed the

An act providing for the election oF a De the s\ul Juilges shall receive. as a either of the Judges of election the Service of an attachment shall sum of one hundrtd dollars the I
legate to Congrtss. compensation} for their services is hereby authurised to administer bind the property attachedexcept said writ of attachment may be ;

fie it enacfd by -the Governor ;;nci necessary expenses in con- : ana such person may befuriher as against pre-existing liens. But made returnable to he County .
.nd Legislative Council 0" the duc ing the election the sum oft required to declare! on oathor the judgment in a suit commenced Court, or to the said justice, and j

Territory Florida, That an eJection t\\' dollars each per day-and the affirmation, that he has rot al- byjvallachment'' shall be satisfied in the latter case it shall be served I
for Delegate shall be hejd clerks ih.* sum of three dollais rtanyott'd at anyother place of: in'the same manner as other judg- by the Constable. I II
each |j.-i day. election, or has not been refused ments obtained at the same term I
on the first Monday April eight- I 12. Be further enacted That
e hundred and twenty-five, anda 9 Br further enacted, That it for want of due qualifications as a of the court areor shall be satisfiedout the filing of the declaration and \. I
si-Jl' I ht' the duty of the Governor votrr. of the lands and tenements, 1 fl;
shall be held thesame !
like election on other pleadings in a suit, commenced I
day in every second year.jo I person ext-I cising the government 14. Be further enacted, Thatif goods, and chattels generally! of, by attachment, shall be I f1
thereafter. for the time being, withintwo any Judge of the election, or the defendant in such attachment : governed by the same I'ules"hich V
2 Be further enacted, That mouths) after the time appointed clerk, or any other officer concerned Provided however, that judgment thejfiling of the declaration I.
govern .
the County Courts of the respective for holding the election, to cast in conducting the electlon, haJl rendered against any garnishee and otherf pleadings in ordinary 1, j
Counties, be and hereby are up und arrange the votes from the neglect, improperly delay or refuse garnihees in said.suit shall be appropriated suits at law. I' f
and directed to several counties, or such of them to perform any of the duties exclusively to the satisfaction !
appoint 13. Be it further enacted That
such places in their respective as may have been returned, for I or services required by this act, of the judgment rendered ;
the rendition of
counties, for holding such e- each person voted for as Delegate having undertaken so to do, or against the defendant in said suit previous whenever to the judg-: !
I to Congress, and shall immediately shall knowingly admit ei. by attachment ment, amount claim I
leclion, as they may judge best any personto cofflmie.ar as a- I
ed is of
.hundred dollars
.. upwards one -
tuited to the convenience of the thereafter, issue his proclamation :, vote, not qualified according to foresaid.) *
citizens, and they are hl'rt.bau.. declaring the person having : law, or shall be guilty of corrup- 6. Be it further enacted, That if the court81 require sa il. I
evidence that .
thorized and empowered to '. th highest number of votes to be tion, ;partiality, or manifest misbehavior there be two or more suits commenced factory :a publica- \
ap- lion in
has been made .
point three judges of the election, duly elected, an Delegateto repre.sent in any mailer or thing appertaining by attachment against the lie in this some pub V. :
an, two of whom shall have power this: i'crritory' in the Con.1 to said election,or shall same person, and several Judg- newspaper'the of Territory
to act, at eactv of the place by j,ress of the United States, and tr. knowingly: make a false return of ments be obtained at the same nearest to place holding. V
them appointed, and to receive grant a certificate thereof, under thf votes given, he or they so offending term they shall be satisfied pro rata court. ,-.once!1 a week for at least six V
weeks notice of institution
giving the I
and count the votes, which may :he seal of! the Territory, to the shall forfeit and pay eachto out of judgment 01 judgments, ors id suit and of the issu V t
be person so elected. the Territory, a sum not exceed which have been obtained a- -
such may
given at places-in case n L' ,. _. ing of said :attachment, and when
of the death, absence, inability to 10. lie iijurtner' enacted, That ing two hundred dollars, nor less' gainst thegarnishee or garnisheesin the claimed is lets than' V : .
acto? resignation of the Judge of I whenever two or more persons than fifty dollars to be recoveredin any such suit or suits, unless hundred dollars. such notice V V
the County Court, it shall be the have an equal number of votes for any court of record in-the Ter- the defendant in su.ch.suit or suits one shall be proved' to have been 1 4

duty of the Clerk of the County Delegate to Congress, and whenever riiory; in the name and for the use "have sufficient property to satisfy at the Court house door,postedup and at f .
Court, to appoint the judges and vacancy shall occur, by the of the Territory, in an action of 'the same. three other I in the
public places
places of holding the election.: death, resignation or expulsion of :I debt with costs of suit, at tne suit 7. Be it further enacted, That County, fort!at least six weeks before --
3. Be 'it further enacted. That the Delegate elected,' it shall be : of any person who may sue for the when, a suit is commenced by attachment the of trial.
previous to the duty of the Governor issue half to the of the aforesaid day
any votes being received same Ole use as it shall, and 14. Be further enacted Thatan -
.the Judges shall appoint a his proclamation to the several Territory, and the other half to the may be lawful for the officer ,exe- *
act the of
Clerk, and the said Judges and J judges of election, through the use of the pecson suing. cuting 'suclj! writ of attachment to regulating, attachments" V
Clerk shall severally take an oathor r.TvrritoI.1') cause another electron Approved: July 3d, 1823. serve upon the person'or persons, proceeding on approved V
August 13tb, 1822, and an .
affirmation, in the following t to he held conformably to the who may be 'named by the said *' '
the mode of
form (to wit f A. B. do solemn provisions of this act, and on sucha niishee proceeding
:) Ii An act regulating the mode proceeding plaintiff! as ga or garnishees on> attachments" ,passed
ly swear'or affirm (as the case may day as the, Governor shall ap on Attachment. a notice requiring such gar-
June 27th 1823, be and the same
be) that I will perform the duties I point. Be enacted. -by the Governorand nIShee or garnishees to appear at are hereby repealed. -

Judge of,the election, (or Clerkas 11. Be ,:further enacted, Thatif Legislative Council of the Territory she term of' the court,, where the Approved,December 28 th, 1824. V
the case may be,) according to any candidate choose to contest of Florida, That it shall be said cause is to be tried lo set

laiv, and to the best ofmyHbilities tie right orany( person proclaimed lawful, for any judge or justice of forth upon oath, what goods, chattels I .
and that I will studiously endeavoro duly elected, to hold his seat in the peace to grant writs of attachment money andfTects': belonging : An act to regulate the Counties and estab. V
prevent fraud, deceit and abuse the house Representatives, such, directed to the ministerial to said defendant,' 'were in their lish'County Courts in the Territory of

in conducting the same ; which person shall give notice thereof, m officer of the Superior and County hands, power,,or controul a.t. the Florida.. V
oath or affirmation shall be administered willing to the person whose election Courts, commanding him to attach time of the service of such'notice': Be it enacted by ,the \ Governor V

by,a Judge or Justice he intends to contest, by leaving and take into l his custody, so and in what sum he or; they were.! _and Legislative Council of.tht'', '.

jfthe Peace, present at the opening I a written:noticer thereof"t at the much of the lands, tenements, indebted to the said defendant at Territory of: Florida, That there

of the election, but if no such house where [such person last ..reI goods, and chattels of the, person the time aforesaid. And upon,the shall be organized in:each of the .

iUde or Justice of the Peace sided, within. ) fifty days after the or persons against whose property answer so made by the garnisheeor counties of this, Territory county -;

Inould be present, the Judges of date of the Governor's proclamation the attachment, is issued, as garnishees, it.shall and may .be 'V court"to be composed..of three.
eJection are .hereby authorized and notifying the result of the election will.be sufficient'to' satisfy the demand lawful for thersaid Court to give Judges, to be appointed by 'theGovernorandt.egislativecounciil .

empowered to administer the oath in which notice shall be of the plaintiff the at judgment against the:said garnishee JJ : .
beach other, and to the Clerk. expressed the points in which the tachment. garnishees, for,the amount' and to 'hold their' office 'durjng- :' -

4. Be it further enacted, That same will he 'contested, and the : 2. Be it further enacted, That by them confessed to be due.to the good behavior, .subject,; howeyer. ; f

the votes shall ,be given by ballot, name of the Justices of'the Peace such writ shall; in no-.. ,case be said defendant,in,_attachment,'andexecutionmay to be remdTcd.from: 'office', \at anytime .
*t the time and places of holding whowill, atte d at the taking of issued,.unless the party' 'applying issue'for:.the same' ,bytheuGibernor-"a majority

lhf election,.and tile pol'shall be the depositions, and when and for the" same, his! agent or attorney favourof. the, plaintiff'said..attachment. *.. 'offihef f Legi-UUive.Council: V ,
opened at the hour of eight' in the. where they will attend to lake the shall make oath. :that thee 'a- }* one.'of the: said -Judges shall be A
Doming, and closed at the hour o( same: Provided', '''ChaV.the time; mountof theidebt tt sum*. or properly ,'8. Be it further enacted, That 'designated'by'the Governor to preside .

'Ix in the afternoon of the same fixed"upon for' taking such -depositions ; claimed i81 actually due, and when The said :garmshee j of gar- ; ,any ,two'of thesaicl., Judges V .+

dar, and,the, poll shall continue '; shall :not ...exceed four also;,that the debtor::..r lides beyond niariecs'shall) .iirhis (or'theirt) :an- shall be.a quorum, and.shall ..con*, V V VtI

P nfor, ihree; successive days., mo.nthl.rr:)( "the day; ,of election i t e'mits pf| :thi* :Territory ; $wer,-made: .. on oath 'as af9resaid, _,5tituteaVcpurt. : The said ,Judges
.5. Be further enacted, Tbatfit 'and. 'the said, Justices. shall, have 'or' that he. has 'absented. himself admit: ',be or,they ,had' "in. his shall respectively possess ,and 'exercise ; V

a ballot box, in which 1 rised to issue subpoena I.t all persons :,pr _venintLie's tn..ce.z .upon :;him iice,:tra.;serTeclup n him or th.em, ,all" the duties' .jafjpstices -fthe.V to.. V -. Vcor4ingot
th&l1 be deposited: .by one of The ,whose' ttirnony1m' be, .required 'of .t ,e.pridinary p elfqrl wc'Abscbdd88ndcon p gooclior:,chatteli" .belonging..idMid Peace withinLtheit' Counties, ,ac- V f
lu gn,the Ballots a* soon: as:they,I ,: by either 'of .the parties, : t .. *'. eaI :,4efenda( ;.ucli' 'garnishee-,or liaiits' ,which may.

trgiy en to' him by I he voters,j commanding'iuchi,j>eron.tOyaj- >" I himself,'tbatUje: arypitic: : ss' garVwheet, tfiau' b :aaswerable.in! be. prescribed.)0. the.. ,exercise. of. ,
& .*". the voters hand /in theirtheir anclVgitjevtestimdny: jit the: I'of law' cannbt: .be Rer'ed,.upon.hin ;I Ierritory dimagesforTilie;; :valued: *the.ame.; their: j jurisdiction 'Jultice'l afpre t '. _

liqts, names, shall'6etcn tinie; adr1'tketin: mentioned, I rt.at; ; ;\: .y.inJYfr p"' thi. t .flit.P laniid.attCbmcutunlrsstbe, aaidi by the saW.Judges, when. $$ V .. .

QV .: y .t..h clerk.i in a bdok. : under/he'penalty of fifty 1olliitdu1y : 'bi ; rbpVty> ,prW! ; eV*: said goods and,,chattelsMii ,'ting :as ,a County :Court.' ,..,. ;7bey'V.,, ,
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supprt1the an support poor "- trasMn. the ,hold It'!pt I*lasmhwett_ two
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1 ecute, ihc duties ftsligried,. themwithout courts,with a'majority of all thusi appointed .to: uld tWo terms when the: man.-rPeter %,htd.: I c for jwrn i
; black iheTpfficesW
fijyor affec the of the.., in'eac yiar at'thecomity seats, ,in : j a ; O- '
I partiilnyx: or. justices County present, I who had -beth, SICk vrrnor and Ljemenant G&2
.. counties; coifimencing ing, seaman, .
nd'c shall their reipeciite
tion. n og'th"fl"ftn, have '
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weariness at ensuing !
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time CkCIicfl..theep
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a4 2. Be it further enacted, That power to-levyand poll first I Christopher O'Conner, and R ublicanthe other rrrfrrj?*
Johnson ; .
other :
or tax forthe erection or repairs ,county of St. -
the County Courts thus established ord. seamen, which both resulted in 'IRI| .
and Joseph
of.the public buildings Mondays [in June January In. n6ni o_
shall within their respective necessary side, about the 2t ion ol I LKYI LINCOLN- for '
it of their counties the ointyofDUval.On the first drowned along ue; or.
r speciiv
ti counties exercise original! March and October time.the .Jackall ;hove in sight. fice ul Governor, and ':\\RctS
such Court;'house Jail land Mondays in !
as a :
jurisdiction over nil sums above! soon after MORTON for that of Lt. (
( got
J Clerk's office ; building bridges at Jacksonville, the county seat of The survivors' were: ju\ r: !
twenty:under one hundred dollars of E board.the Sea Gull, where Dr.
in the s- on
when ,and said county
t and appellate jurisdiction over the for such: necessary other and proper as be., cambia county e said; court shall be held Dubarry Had every thing preparedto : l\tcssrs..Gales'Sc Sea ton,Editor
judgments Justices oftbe Peace, purposes their relief. When of the National Intelligencer
Mondays minister to
designated bylaw., Provided that at Pensacula on the second ,, er
: & concurrent jurisdiction all.civil wrt"cksht sinking elected on the' 21st ult.
whenever_ it shall be deemed; necessary February and October. they left the was '!by! th -
I cases above a hundred dollars, enacted fhat.whejyerthere fast and must have down House of Representatives -
by the said county court to 17. 8eifUrthCr[ I gone of Jhe'
; 'With the Superior Courts, both in U froma I 'hortly after.JV" United States, Printers for '
.. levy other than a poll tax, it an appeal tb'
law and equity, saving to all per shall any be the duty of the said court justice the peace to the county r* /". _fdt rti," Feb. 21. next Congress ; by upwards or all

': Ions the right of appeal or writ of to establish the average1 value of courtsand) the decision of thejustices A letter from Charleston of the hundred votes over any other can
error to the Superior Court. And 10th Feb. says.-"Cotton is up, didate.
be confirmed thedeciion
t, slaves in the said county, and no I shall ,
thai the said Court shall have it, ,will
no knows where
shall no one
tax, shall be levied than is, of the county court
criminal jurisdiction except in cases or greater shall be proportioned to the tax be final, except in such cases as stop-18| cents paid to-day for GENERAL; LAFAYETTE leftYasl

iIi41. where the Judge of the Superior levied! by, the said court upon may arise, when questions of law parcels for the French market, i ington City on the 23d ulu foy"
Court shall be the party accused who have unlimited Norfolk from whence
slaves! iu the said county: Provided are alone involved, provided how- bought byJhose saysth
or the said Superior Court ordt'rs.Cuch; qualities as National
F alto, That no county tax shall ever, that no Judge of any court Intelligencer "he. Will\\
)1' : for any other cause cannot take j* be levied by the count) courts in of record in this Territory, whena sold last fall at 11, are now worth proceed, through the Carolina

m"J; : cognizance ; then and in that case, I I II j!I the counties of St. Johns and Es- party in a court of'a justice of 16J cents. Freights are advanc- Georgia and Alabama, to Ne'", .

I:'. ;, it shall beth(- duty of the prose- i I!cambia i for the purpose of erecting the peaceshall have a right to appeal ing, 1 penny is asked and given for Orleans ; thence,' up the Mississin.pi .

t : cuiing attorney to give twenty I Ir i! public buildings of any kind. The from the decision of said Liverpool) ; Rice 60s per ton, and as far as Si .Louis visiting i ,

r;.;l' days r.otice before the terra to the:! said courts and justices: or an, justice to his own court. Ii to New York.-Idem. Seats: of Government of the Stath

II i judges of the said Coui.ty Court/ three of them shall have power ,ro Approved, December 29th, 1825. -. on its ban ;s; then those of tb

:.t a.nd.th said judges shall cause a -- ----.-------- Western and Northwestern
appoint as many constables for the [P cIl1ila\ ,
venire facias to be issued, and a ,
; counties shall UOMESTiV.Cotton and returning to the Atlantic
; respective as they vi
I : {. grand jury organized for that special deem necessary, and the businessand 4i:1-: ; : _; ::-iTUIWAY.: : MARCH 19. 1825. Pittsburg Ecc." It is not reaaona*
k and the decision of beautiful -
purpose interests of the said county :-A ble suppose; that he may
;:: : the said County Court in all such samples of this valuable staple We understand that Gen. JOSKPH M.HEHXASDEZ Florida, to inspect the enter
In opening or repairing
r$l': cases shall be final I, Provided,:That mayicquire.roads personal service a- the growth of Floricia. were is a candidate for the office t I Iof from which, it i* said, he will'pro.country.

;.'.. whenever any suit shall btj instituted passed to our hands through the Delegate to Congress, at the ensuing b select his land
,, I one shall he required, or a commutation c I ctlon. 1bly .. ? If so, woma
i; ; MI the said County Courts, it. Secretary at \Vur, aud submitted 1 11, fa"ored.itb
in lieu thereof, at the election CANDIDATES.Joseph ) a visit which
:/;:: ivlr.ch the Judge of the Superior for inspection to Mr. Jackson, u ho
of the whose > we deeply we
person, services .\J. White regret are not in
l Court shall be a party plaintiff) ordefendant has had the su.py! of the raw na- situation I aulicit.xtr.ict a
I' are required, not to exceed one .
James Gad den
r1 : & either party shall dei.i terial under his supenniendance .

| sre to appeal; from the judgment- of dollar a day. since the first establishment; of thece1ebratedVlttgni Jos. M. Hernandez. E letter to the Editor
' the said County Court, he said appeal 9. Be it further enacted That Manufactory.The Cantonment IJrooke: Tanma, .& '

i JI; shall be taken to the Court of tile said county courts shall have samples have been rctuiue.u AJardu, 182J. / '
The JVVw Irfitrs.-Our readers wll ob-
": I appeals of this 'l'erritory, or wrisI power to tax free people of colour I wilh remarks applicable to each, I'M.e that we June devoted much of this Agreeably:I to an act of Congress

:; *. of error may issue fiom the said in money or labour, or money and and of which a further account day's paper to the piib.icat-.on: (If the 'l! authorizing the survey of a

ffi C'iuil of Appeals to the said Cuun- labour such an extent as to the will be gi>en \in our nexl.-Mr/: Laws. Considering the narreMmoftiie road irom Cape Sable to the' 'Su--

J5? ty Courts, in i he same manner that said county court may appear a Jackson proposes to make u largo mails,of late, this is probably: a* interesting waney; River, Cap Isaac 'Clark

Ir.:j-1 appeals aie. taken, from, or ritsof reasonable equivalent for the purchase of the article, mid the thing to we the could mass at of present our patrons serve as any to Abst. Qr. Master at this post, in

fi}:." ; error issued to the Superior Courts non-payment of'other taxes, or culture of it will doubtless become them. up conjunction with L cut. Yanceraud

jp t : of this Territory. non-performance of other duties an object of great importance in We have lost no time since the recep a command of twelve men,
: imposed bv law the white inhabitants tion of the containing I in
t.r. : 3. Be it further enacted, That, upon that valuable acquisition to our paper these laws, lias succeeded accomplishing
of this.Territory. and we stall use equal diligence Future the far .
I object as as Charlotte River
i(. J if either part) may desire to appeal country.Memoranda. com iuc d that ill* highly! important that
: 10. Br further Thatit .-We have heardit *but immediately after cross
1 fr-mi the judgment of the enacted the people generally sliuuM. us; soon a* i

, County Court he may file his bill I shan'be the duty of all the justices said that die land given by Con- possible, be infornttti of the character ofthe 1 lug that stream, which was effected <

. of exceptions to the opinion oi of the peace of the counties, gress to Gen. Lafayette would las, by v hich they are ;go dned. I with great clifScufly y were
be located in that Terri We have: thought it ptli.'at to publish -I impeded in their furiner
r. 1 said Cour1, praying that it maybe unless fpr good cause shewn, to probably progressb
I With the act artieudtt.jj it,tl! ( old laproviding \'
t; : signed, sealed, and made a part attend punctually at the first term tory. vfnifrirem Farmer. 9 for the election oi a Delegate to I ) a' continuation of Alligator

:. : : of the record, and it shall be :he I of their respective county courts Extract ot a {Idler received by this morn ttongitrs*!,as most of it is tilt in force and I ponds 1 and Mangrove thickets

I duty of the judges 10 insptct the of every year for the purpose of ing'!i mail,dated \\ o1 hiJ1gtUI1,SSlhJafl.1M5. the approaching election renders it pro- I w litchco.ei': the whole face of .the

.J. said hill, ant! if it contain the evii making county levies, if necessary j.f r that it should! be u ell kuuu and un 1 country.The .

i\' deuce or point decided correctly I and attending to the generalinterest ,! Commodore Porter had been ordered derltoo'e licit: all the shall probably give iu our 1 ;, ;>artyenjo'ed good health,,
the new. acts which have
expedition to renbacola yet
::: ; and) precisely, he shall ign, seal of the county under the upon come to hand. I but suffered not Iesfrotn the coa6 -
before the late of
1 .and certIfy the same to the Superior penal'y often dollarso be recovered : theiefore ordtr recall it iiiay be proper to say a few words at I la m faligae' and exposure to
given and the
f: Court of the District, in which in the name of the county, was ; this tune, resprcling the article on this 1 hich Lucy were subjected, ,than
Departmt cannot tell precisely subject in the Gazelle of the 12th uit. li from the want of food
;! J the cause originated. cefore any justice of the peac, to having been
be sued for by the Sheriff, and Ahuihe will return. 1 presume, Our remarks appear to hntbtc1 nusapprejiciutfcl I disappointed from a combination
!; | 4. Be it further enacted, That appropriated however, as soon as he receives inasmuch as it has been of unfortunate
11 should the take to the uae of the count tiiou ut, tliMt We found fault with the circumstances in
! party neglect to an ins order :o taat effect througii
'. : securing a of .:....
f appeal he may at any time thereafter ) \\ : t ie e61.i place of pubitshing the law> in j f supply provmBiTs.These .
Capt. arrington.
4 'I'hat book; Iran ; this was, by no means, our i gentlemen have surveyed
11. Sett
before the final execution of further enacted,
..,: Y. J veningEKzabeA P 8t. intention ; we know that the contract inuule 85 miles
{ int
tf\:f \ the judgment, secure a copy of theIt there shall be appointed in eachcouniy City, (.',: C ) Ftinuury for this purpose U the very best, fur! many -places,through impenetrable a country ,

I I record, and if there be error in a well qualified cirrk, whose Mr. \Vni. rishwick, Mateol: tht inc Territory, that could have been irudc. 1 but to any

It i. the proceedings, he may assign duty it shall be to record all d- Schr. Col. 'JVnant of Bd'.iimore, l'1 htd.i::, 1'rcss bind T\pe, suiiicicnt lorj I active men long accustomed toiU1_

i said error, and present it to the creesorders, judgments, and otlurpaper who arrived: here yesteiday from tile pur 'o.o, !iaviig: been fixed at 'taIL. f and arduous life, in ,the ,%e?
I t.ee: long beluTc me Laws wtr ready ry short>> period of 19 exclusive .
days (
: j
f Jude of the required by law, aud !o -
:. ; Superior Court, either preserve Washington, N. C tine re he arrived 101' the L'icss, it vio.iiJ: have. been the' or the days
'i- in term time or vacation, and all papers appertaining( to in the Brig Calais Packet, hcig.it of unreasonablenebH. to suppose spent returning)

should the said Judge he of opinion suits in said courts, and who snail Capt. Card, fiom Bermuda, informed that they womd oe sent to a UislaMrt to : averaging" niore than 2.0 miles pec
t take oath faithfully be printed. \\'e found fault because the day. .
I that injustice has been, ont', or .an performthe that he suited as mate ot j ,.

S that there is error in.the proceedings duties, which have oi may the Col. Teuant"apt.. Daniel I new acts, as were&oon not;!, poviibie published alter in the Uier newspapers ?| From the Florida IntelEgcnctK.

; he award a writ .>f error hereafter be assigned him ; and pas:
may Gardnei from Baltimore, on the a jge.; it .0\\eH'r appears, that it was ; Tallahat&ee. 6rJ.arl19.-Tb
S to the county court, iu'which the execute bond in the ofiice of theSLcretary Slh '*f Jan bounu to. MaUitzas ; on I iaa iactc.1e to make out the neces-sary J Editors at 1 lengili have the ptauBTe':

;, judgment wasnilem!, which I of the Territory, or such the 8th at night, whilst laying too copies tor t.ns place and St. Augustine usoon o f presenting the first number of

: shail be a superserfiay, and shallsuspt"nd I ther uiace. as the Governor may* in a heavy KU\C\ was struck by a as couUl have been wished, and perhaps ; the intelligencer to their
further under direct, in the penalty of two thousand our anxiety tor a general tlisscim- : patrons-
proceedings tremendous sea, which every : and friends, "
S swept naiton ot tHe bmade: us rather sensilive though pot in thfc
S judgment or execution, until dollars with approved security thingofl| deck, and capsized on the subject. \\ e are mea a sur- same dress and appearance as is

i the matters thereof shall: be heard I to be approved of by the the "t'sid. i The Captain and ca thLtLt is the intention tat they shall designed. They have encountered

4 in 1..f? said: Superior Court; the judges of said courts respectively bin boy w \vi of' thus conditioned for the faithful fore the people a s possiole amid are will-1.!
: error, awarded, sh
    l to that the
    '-. be issued by the clerk of sit:d i ufthe duties of his omce. I j I Fr d. R. Haines ing course adopted t
    | lushed I was considered the uios.1 likely to auvancellie a Press. in a new. country. The.
    S-' Court, and its operation as a- su- 12 tie it further enacted, That: then.bel' es to the wreck, where public ood.i I want of a mail is a serious inconvenience

    ! p"-!' t'diaq shul. he obeyed by the the said clerks and the shvritfshereinafter they remained L 10 hours, when I I to the people generally
    clerk and sheriff 1'f the County mentioned shall hoid. were fallen in and almost
    I they 'providentially i The Florida Intelligencer.-The an insurmountable

    I. ,!; Courts respectively upon nutic I their ofticcs during- the period oftwo I.I with h)' the ship Magnet, Cap. : first number oi this pa er Itus: ; stacie to the is;>uitg weekly"paper. :

    J tilt-rc..f. years, subject' however to hel .Mount, of! Ne\ -York, who took come to nand, from which we copy This has prevented earlier '

    'S 5. \\e it furthrr enacted, That J JI removed I by the Governor and Legisiaiite |II them ott boura, where they remained .i the Laws contained in the lore appearance of the Intelligen

    I, the Supriior LOUIS shall have Council, or a 'majoritytnereof. three da) s, when they got on !! going columns. We refer our readers I cer. Nor is this inconvenience

    t" S po.ver to award a CeEti'r.&ri, man1 1 board the Calais Packet earned a- I to the ail\tress of the Editors: remo ted,-.-Though we have the
    ,,,, da nu*, or promotion, which _13 tie it further enacted, That L bJ"t"-6/cir. of the Intelligencer in a subsequent prospect of a mail at no distant

    shall be obeyed by the County the said curs saall be offices oforigiuat Los of the U. S. Schr. Ferret.- column, und would earnestly day, to> communicate with some .

    J'1 : .' Courts respectively.: recora for deeds, -I'nurtga- Lieu M'Ctauley anived here on request those whq feel inclined 10 point in Georgia- yet it has been

    6.. lie it further enacted, That ges, wills and other instruments, Saturday the Zrphyrfrom Ma patronise that infant 'establishment L- strangely 'delayed beyond cur ex*

    4 the County C urts hereby established -t I rt.quiied by law to be recorded I tanz s. \V t: learn from him, that to leave-tneir names at this peciation, and ,to the detriment.of-

    S. shall be Courts of Probate. \\'iLiintncir' respective counties. the C. S. schooner Ferret was upset p. office, where theycan obtain Ut efiratnumber. the intercfclb of Florida.

    .. within Uu'ir several: counties. sudden The to
    l 14. Bf further enacted, That by a squall or flaw, .- necessity publishing _

    7. Qe it further enacted, That -the county courts shall have, bout 4 P. M. on the 4th insi. two -the citizens ot the Territory some

    the said courts shall uave and ex- < r to hue and imprison for pow contempt hours .&fterfteaving) the harbor of We- are %informed- that a road HLS of the .late. laws of most 'frequent

    ercUe-jurisdiction over The police j i ;of their authority, provided| Matanzas.i Acting Lieut. Glen, been oprntd, under the direction application before the; volume! can
    of their l'.tslectivcounti''S.. And | Midshipman Aideu and issue.from the, has induced
    \the fine. does not exceed twenty two men, of Col. Humphreys the Indian Agent press
    that so soon as the civil Husin"$!. --dtJlIa'r, or the imprisonment, three got into a { small boat, and with from Tampa Bay to within- us 10 issue our first number, before

    of each term shall be frnshrd, it days. difficulty reached the shore at a twelve miles of the the mean's of sending it.'ttaU:
    Big Swain
    ahull W the duty of the judges is.j j We further small village about 30 n1i1e I .lo the i where the Agency is t p, our patrons-is.in our power. 1'hff

    when associated with two other of there enacted, That. westwardwhere;I he_ was kindly locat d. md that the present Editors. however; believe the public
    shall be '
    .i the justices of th peace, if there ; each appointed a, sherifffor | received and 'furnished with a : ed by it have, been cross will estimate. ,their cxertiopfand \

    betwa others, uf said county, to I county who shall perform: horse and] guide' to Matanzas, i distance is bridged. The make'due allowances for tb
    estimated -
    all the duties
    of from
    , : required him at
    S : proceed to and perform county but law and befur by which place he reached at 2 all eighty;) one hundred miles the disadvantages; 'under. ,which, :tb i

    .inr. S entering on the night, and {communicated the di Itessii'g : workmen ; are laboring; Our Press is aCtITC'ly :
    v dutiesof; his office shall Uke an ll. I commenced only about
    8. Be it, further<' enacted, Thatthe oath faithfully discharge the duties :Comd't ntelHgence to Lieut.K.eeverofthe l.I. :! twenty' days: .before a four mule employed in. publishing: Itr
    Mer S Gull I Laws-qf the, Territory which i
    said ,
    : court und'junticet :
    hall required of him by ,law, an de.xecule who wagon transported goods and o* "
    directed be for, b 9J1'
    I immediately Lt.'Engle ready ou'o'r. e
    and i delivrry :
    may take cognizance of alf bond In the .office of thesecretary | : ther supplies of about. three thousand : _
    S mutters relating to the to gu.onboara. :the little Scli the firstJday May., It isnottemplated C031
    1 op"ntagt' of't Territory: or such Jackallimd r.f pounds weight and. returned
    and keeping iu repair of roadswithin lace the in'search i: within .twelve to print.aTeeklr: ape"until
    other ) as travelling ..
    governor'may the day .
    *reckaud, '
    a* soon tlie'lbts'are.. J
    their as .5 :
    : respective counties,' direct in It is cornpieieafwhich
    the; ptIpaltyof five ,thousand : expected ,tbat all'express '
    L.. appointing overseers and .survey-I' dollars "iith'approved steam coud be rabrlt'th Sea will be.established' time, ':we anticipateor : arn1private .
    security betweenTamp
    . : '. ors of said roads, establishing conditioned: Gullfollowed. It, was however: Bay and Su a some arrangement ja
    :t. the 'perio'rmance Augustine .Liii isrout. .
    ; : : ferries and ,erecting grad keeping of the duties of his said office; hear-10 lock before: : 'the,>e5sels Such an : by send the laulligencer: to seTeraj-! '

    : in repair bridges .and .canseways, which: shall not'.be void upon succeeded' iWti1i C' to sea, ow.ing greatly: facilitate arrangement the _"would. points mute Territory. $01' re:

    I and granttng' writ of ad quod iutretriaini, 1 full force payment and : to a'1i' Shiiedwid, ,aiifd. heavy lIon betweenthe .War communica i ceiving regular,files\distantpa:
    5 ; vsrell. At ; }Department: *
    damnum for ihe lialf-prst U. LIII School ouc.foreign n ?ws is r et$2fl
    ( erecting- of mills the".sheriff:and bin securitief shall arid .the. lI.ua pen : .; S "
    :: and got alo| gsjde-the; wreck auj 1 f t'C? .llinsbo- ly! -Jiraiied. 'battfl
    other *ter works, for esta-- td l'.J rough very finite S
    be-liable all Bay
    persons injured i by sticctded; io' ; which iwzniich Jo. be e&cr '
    ; preserving lives deavored ill
    and the to
    5' bUshing regulating patroles uis failure" in l 'neglect' .of, or Don of the'officlers dcsiredas. the ..present' mode: : of supply ? 1oO.
    ,and .
    crew ,tvithjl : : : !iif>ome !J.
    i Jrh..ccti.arr. and for, the main-, performance; 'of hilihi tis. IC 50 measure.+:by I. ; 't _
    a. 10
    ? !
    S > exception of the following;,# DYi:. 5c! jwfy.-. -. S 1J.. diQtt3an,. I_; q m... ttl'r'aS".as..dee, ,, .J cd'or.J: i'hu.iicter .
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    "-S.,-. J C 2,5-: -- *' *> 'S;/; I .. I "-. . '- .- .' ; :', .1UiCCftalp.: ... ..':. '",-- ,.---'',.t .f..."-.... .. ..,. .-roi..,.- ..:::':'.resting >t'S'..' -"* : *,*r:I" I'

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    ., vspleen,1tlie .
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    ,..\':<.... ;; I .. .. : "". ,:-: -'Ii' w c'.1<;"' 't"-. t: ;- : ,\ r.'J.. ; '" ':'" )?"fJ .t.*'1"T-- ..{'.I'...". .:. 7 ''I. .'... '<.i ''' :.. .. .......... ...,..w'I' ''' '.": "".:III!!
    };.- 0 -w ..11........ i"1" ';;h.
    Editorswill! endeavor to writer has dropped: his !cyclic alotisy I Sc angry! .feelings paasagfeof- 13 days. from M Qarttia- j; floftrd9fttMacr .. .1.; R" -.

    :the plede :*a.oonhabc' mask,. and his -:object .aiands.,:ejcposjWjfc bttwern. :di {,rcijt, sectgris i .of heerritoryw gena, we have the papers;of that t '

    tt deem' tcrC0Ur every: S W Lth b: l ;.::1S\tb c"l, :. : 'tie'*).. ,:HcWof. d l aC i1 n'einje! t ,:ufof every :ifee'\ihAfhtfdfc&ioqliiii: je: t*. tlze t'tl., lfiI: f,T,. :

    1; < mail is ifciriaThey.: .|!.theLawsciflhe, ;yerritorf,are jjwj.t t ',p fF.lp;J. Ar ., t a1 J.l1l' ''cofyainthe'articjes J oT Ca'. IlfJ: ..t fiyo-Fe. : .... .. ..:"; ,/

    bers by are .no'pa.l s : I Irnatter ,! printed, in St.. :Augustine) and thai, 'same. .pt; f'r lfl I. !4eq,1 ymulationjelitere ifto .betweenJfe -'' 'O !ff\Compitt. e p Pc4 t '*" tiarneeting t> '.." (: t

    , .11 s. %
    "t-resti Jt'to the community-i i; ., same City-TO.wrath lit, is' an.tb !1"Q( 'more. dahgeij-. Litertiigand .Sjiariia h :armies, to' ftrehe "from the.Treirer-.tm"the.: :,

    lit In I'lorss.\fill be our first object, I''has ve tel: itself in. u sweeping ous claractethifliYihl e'er's.sall after .the Bi defeat and: discdmfiture .' notes'unfit for circulation and to 'destroy fr i'

    s (, shall occasionally diversify burst illiberality, involving characters us from abroad.. : ,% ** 'of tflitter. < |" :; but.they urc at in'the the same, have the_honor to"report, that t

    &Ill lt columns c by such anecdotes. above: his own, and' indulging -: J Late Resident* at TdltaAastee.Pensacola too great: length for our columns, they pctformance have received your from ,saip thg&rvasurcr resolution :!

    o tfr effusions Of taste and imagi-" in a willeis play upon words ,;1 }lh March, '\\8$5. ,occupying in continuation, the one thousand; andJ.birty three1ioflars! '\

    &d :5 may be zgreeabIe.: The and disgusting ribaldry. he. assertion Beii.gr one'ofithe-firm who have ,.cjon- principal part of 'several, successive 'of old City Bills, which they have com- ; i'

    tion, of piny poliiics, always mat "there are no printers: tracted for publishing: lAWS, we/njay papers. mined the flames, and therefore,. that
    :sperity be permitted tu say a wont on the,'sub- the amount in circulation is nowreducedto
    and unprofitable to. or printing' materials: at 'Tallahas The paper afthe, 5'th''conta :j
    TherGovemor. it has drawn six -
    agreeable ject. seems hundred and twenty-two (dollars fifty ,
    f citizens, we shall endeavor see" is nut true, and the writer, swell down upon himself the. direful'I'ath of the'first 'part of, the.l\telsage of the 'cents.; All 9f 'whichJs. : respectfully .

    good nave; to those, who delight in as Mr.. Gould, knew at the, Mr. Gould and l IIs correspondent, becausehe Vice )President, Colombia, at the submitted by. 'your'ComnStce. .f

    to .bled waters. And while wet time of publishing the paragraph has not'sent,the laws to AUgustine openingorcungress. Jn.delaRua. t

    correspondence of our containing it, that it was false.- to be published.. 'Now it may be 'questionable fatal Engagement.t learn -SB'-
    lit t the men 'of fair and honorable Chairman.
    5 we [, They both knew, or might have: among by the schooner Florida Pensacola .
    ynd friends generally, dealing, whether a person ought to,be Captain 7th Match, 1825. '
    tat they will confine their essaysM.Subjects known, that( all the laws in force allowed to take) a contract on any,..terms Johnson, arrived at this, port yes The Board ret lved that.the. abate*report

    of utility or fancy, or :welt ordered to be printed in who will oiler (as.Mr. Gould unblushingly terday from the Florida R'eeriitliat be published 'the Pen rill*fi.,...

    avoid Ihe bickering0f0fltcnding chronological order, and they \ViIIfot.01 says he has done in this instance) to do the Colombian armed Schooner zctte. sfF' .
    tall it ten_ per cent. lower than any other Signed .qa the liecord,
    volume of three hundred
    parties. Argumentative & : 01 Centelia, Capt. Bartlett was blown .
    would otter for" And we would further ]: H.Nisbet
    dispassionate more l1ag s. Will Mr. _uuld or of up on the coast of Cuba, on the .
    or fxaminajlions i j' remark tha if any judge printing1 i ._
    of the pretensions of candi- his (friend, pretend that In" could I will look at the| East Florida Herald and 7th. inst. and the'crew lost. The Attest President. <. .,
    fof public favor are proper publish such a volume in six afterwards say, ]that the office'from which only particulars we have been a- N. S. ,

    dates often useful. Yet the bound j weeks I" that paper is issued, is fit to'publish a ble to..learn are.- that._.___ when__ n_n oft___ the_.__ Parmantier, '
    and volume of laws,'then ,wc should be con- ,Secretary.. ,
    : 11 be worth while inform Moro
    often dis- to she discovered .
    may - '
    rie J of moderation are so ,, tent that he s1mouIdhmai'e the contract. a Spanish 4- d' .. '- -
    rtgarded,'that we will always rei i i these wis. entlenun, that the Go- Editor Pen. Gazette. Corv-ne, from" which' it, was. im ORDINANCE ;

    .serfe to ourselves the right to reject i'I vernor has contracted for the delivery v-- possible to escape, unless by running To ettabKthafeefor ajffunng the City Seal.

    intemperale effusiuns without of ihb las in u shorter period C OVGE.'i1 OMUL. in or risking action. The TE. ,it Ordained by the Board of JUder H
    when the size of the volumeis .;. "_ : l latter took ** men of-the
    hesitation.It i -- place, and at the second City of Peniaeoto, That
    is designed, if the public pa- !I considered, than has been hereto _ly bt: UTE. Feb. broadside, the fatal event occur the Secretary shall charge fifty cents:for fSecretary. -

    the measure, lor*, done ; 'ana the gentlemen Friday, 18. red. The has frequently affixing the City Seal to any,mstrumentof ;
    Centella ,been
    will I
    justify -.
    ironage I Mr. Van Dyke from the com- writing, to be paid by the person requiring
    to supply our office with several who have taken the contract, Uti a- mittec on Public Lands, to whom in this port, where most the same ; one half of which the 'Secretary -

    iinds'bfnew and' ornamental typtThis v ,iidaVlc aciidems, exceplcd, will Wdd referred the petition of Elihu of her officers ale well acquainted.The shall retain for his trouble, and j

    .ill enable us to givegreater fulfill it in a satisfactory ma11lh"r.I and French ship Point Petre, pay over quarterly the Treasurer the ,r
    beauty our sheet, and J j I The law* are now mur than naif Hall Bay, others, reported a with cotton, from New-Orleans for other half for the use of the City. Provided :
    bill confirming grants to lands in ateayi, That, incases where it ma/ !
    is all this
    work Why then
    execute such ornamental job I I printed. the distnciYesl of Pearl River, Bordeaux, was lost on the Florida be necessary to affix the seal for the benefit
    In a coun- outcry, as if iiie Terriioi y were ru- Reef on the 7th inst. The of the
    as fancy may.a'cquire. j derived from the British. Governiiuniof crew Corporation. no fee shall be
    where the -t ineU ? Do the people of Si. Augustine and ot the saved. charged '' ,
    try so new as ours, people \\ est Florida, not ,uh8rfJuenily part cargo were ,j ;
    are settled so far from each suffrr any greater iucouvetiKpce F. 'H. Nisbet

    ather there must necessity be I I than those at this place granted by Spain or the \IlI.: Those of our new subscribers, who President of the.Board.Approved .
    United Sates which read
    inconveniences.-Still we or in the Interior of the Territory ? : was may have been neglected by our carrier, 8th March, 1825 .
    many and pasbed to a second reading. are requested to give us notice. They .
    and The Gfiveiuor has performed his Jqhn Jerrison
    ook for their support, depend Tuesday, Fed 22. .will be furnished.with the two first., umbers ,
    of duty in this mailer, and his selection .
    on the independent yeomanry The President communicated of this volume on application at the Mayor. -, f
    the country. Those, who feel a is the best fur thc Territory ; office. Attest, :

    lively interest in the prosperity of j for it must be remember* d that report from the Secretary of the, .r-- N. S.' Parmantier, -'

    ihe country, we doubt not will !! the 'rc11'i, rial Laws are to be approved of Treasury, ycrfompanied ofiihe: Commissioners by a copy WU1P !1mw Q Secretary. ::1

    hail with pleasure every effort towards i t or disapproved of by Con- a report .. ...A.
    Claims in East Florida :
    of Land
    public improvement, and I.ires* ; thai lucre was but little 1utt (ITt: 1tttu1it. OKDIXANCE I
    and copies of the Commissioners '
    extend a helping hand to ever.enterpriZe )'. time to make COitS to be -senl to reports More effectually to prevent the rttchargt / I
    I oi Land Claims in of Fire rmt within the
    during TEH..EU. City of Petuaeofa. -
    connected with the pub- ; Washington, to be i.Cll'd.on Jl j|
    weal. : the late session. If this had West Florida. The report was March 17ih.-Schr. Harriet, I
    He tin
    it Ordained
    the Board
    : read and referred to the Committee 1111 of Jllder-
    -- -..,- _- 1 '- been neglected( these v."iy men Campbell, New-Orleans, Consignees men of the1 City ofPensaco/a, That no

    COMM UW1CA T 10.1"8-: would lva>e been the first to cry on Public 4 Lands. Cargo, J. C..and C. C. Key- person shall discharge or fire off any musket -
    : Wednesday, Feb. 23. J. C. Lt- pistol or other tire loaded
    out neglect of puolic duly So ser, Quinn, Baron, J. arms, with
    that, had tin Governor contracted Mr. Broun j from the Commit- Edglcy, F. Pasquier, W. Neves Jr or without shot, within, the following limits -
    To the People of Florida. ofthe said City,.to wit : Eastward the.
    -, ( withlr.. Gould to publish the tee on the Judiciary, to whom the and the Captain.
    de la
    fthvou Aguada, or Westward of the
    FELLOW CITIZENS.-Tht periodfur 11.1 W (if mueod he could publish subject was Deferred, reported a CLEARED* Bayou des Cadets, or Scuth of the line of

    which I have beer. elected your j thf a*, all) to much time would bill "concerning the levying and March 14th.-Schr. Angelina, the lllock Houses the North side of the

    Representative Congress having ;i have clkpn'ti before complete copies collecting uf i axesin the Terrilories forsyth, New-Orleans. City ; and any person offending herein .'
    nearly expired, and the time of the United States which shall forfeit and pay for each offence five "
    ,' could have been lurnishi-d, I ; 16th.-Schr. Tom Shields, F rsy'th -
    hand when must dollar, one half to the Informer and the
    at a-
    you I "
    being read.House. .
    I! would! have been instead was New-Orleans. .
    elective fran- liu'i u a delay I other half to the use of tb! Corporation-

    ainvcxercise your 1 of a {furtherance of iheir pub- i 18th.-Schr. Amelia Reilly, Provided, That nothing in this section .
    occasion inform
    this to :
    chise take -
    t t I c lttiou. of II l.I>l'eselltath'rs. New.Orieans. shall be!So construed as to prevent the firing

    you, that I no l longer aspireto .: Of i the character of Mr. Gould's J-riday, Jbeb. 18. ARRIVED.llarch salutes on public! occasions,, per
    the honor representing you in mission having first been obtained from
    proposals for publishing the laws, :\Whipplr moved to reconsider 14ili.-Schr. ThornDay, the t
    the National Le islature. In retiring Mayor.
    1 chouse to but 1 the vole kbf stt-rda N-Orleans hound to St. Marks. :..;.
    from office I should do injustice say nothing ; Y" ) postponing 2. And be it further Ordained That
    marvel much, that he should make incefiijitely the bill granting 16th.-Schr. Tom Shields, For whenever a musket, pistol or fire arms of
    did I
    to feelings, not'(
    my the and satisfaction ]:: public, what his character required certain lots to the Cities of syth, Tampa Bay via St. Marks. any description shall be discharged upon
    acknowledge pride 1
    : to concealed, especially since Ptiisacola and l St. Augu&tille.- Schr. AmeliajReiliy, St. Marks. the premises of any person residing with '
    I experience at having : in the limits above preseribed, the
    The .ion !for reconsideration SAILED. '
    specifically Jirofioted .nothing IHu of
    possessed the confidence of my such premises shall be held re
    iellow-cilizens. 110far that confidence a uli. \V5 tie aiiveci.The March Schr.ThornDay, : sponsible the fine.

    It is also a pretended grievance, amendments of the Senate : St. Marks. i 3. wind be further Ordained, That, in
    has been merited, or with
    that the Governor exerciM-d ine to the general t appropriation billwel" 18thU. S. Transport Florida, case any slave shall offend against the
    Tfhat success my-humble efforts to provisions of this Ordinance, it shall be
    negative conferred upon him bylaw : taken up: and considered.The Baker, New-Ovltans. at
    serve you have been attended }'ou' the option of the Master or Owner of such
    to certain acts of ihe Le isialivc St naiej: having adhered to ClOt>>
    # slave
    to the fine the
    yourselves can best determine.But .- pay or slave shall be )
    where 1 have failed to realize Council. It has been rxt r1 1 its amendment, striking out the Custom tloute, Penarolal subjectedto receive thirty-nine lathes. .
    cised in three instances, no doubt ; salaries of the Commissioners 'osi I January 14th 1825. 5 4. And be further Ordained, That all .
    I have thpJea.6ing
    jour expectations, with: reluctance on uu' part of the : itle land claims in Florida, anda : SAILING DIRECTION persons offending against this Ordinance, '
    consolation to know that shall be bt fore
    prosecuted who
    liovernoi but would they have I II separate bill being beiore the For Vestelt bound into Pcutacola.T7"EbSELS Mayor,
    men failure has not proceeded I shall have authority to remit the penalty
    from a want of zeal or fidelity I him surrender ns judgment or' House on thai subject, the hcu3e coming from the eastward whenever mayt in the exercise of his

    10 interest. Sensible of the conscience., wnen dui) bade him I I agreed to recejie from its disagieemtni T should keep in 7 fathoms water un- discretion,deem such remission equitable
    your act.lr would they have him con- to the S nates amendments. til the Light House bear by Compass K. I and just.
    responsibility I assumed in becoming it by w. when they can stand in tor the bar
    S..I1.nd be That the
    sult scribbler whvi Fed. I
    your representative faithful I every pretendsto Tuesday, 22. until in 3$ fathoms, which 'is the shoal est 12th section of the Ordinance of the 19th
    chfiei from mm in opjuiuii. The Speaker laid before the : water on the bar at low water, with the
    ! 4ischarge that responsibility, I Ii February, 1823, be and.the ILme'is '
    and the promotion of happiuess.and The (ju\vrnor neither needs nor Hou-.e a communication- i from the 'light bearing s. by w. After arriving .In hereby repealed. '
    i your desires at. eulogist, nor shall 1 at- Department of the Treasuryirans- 1 the bar agreeably to the: above directions, Jo. de la Rua "
    prosperity, has been the I until the ,
    must then steer x.w. s. w.
    jnoit'ardeut wish of I tempt That province ; but since milting a copy 1 of a report 1'1'011the
    my heart. end of St. Kosa Island bears i. by s. and pro. tern.
    And that my successor may be j inesc inctgnanittiuus patriots of I time Commissioners of Land Claims the Light House ?'r. w. when you can Approved J 6th March 1825. -,

    more fortunate than mysdf, and I|i East have assumed the privilege East Florida ; I also, copies of two steer for the Light until witnn the island, : John Jerrison, _

    that he may more than equal the I oi abusing mm, the moment 'they reports from f the Commissioners when you can haul up into the, passage lI-/ayor.
    kuea turned of Land Claims in West Florida and steer for the bay free of danger.
    highest hopes and expectations of ms back was upon ; The above directions are'applicable for Attest, -
    tnt: l'tl1'lltH'h I ma be permitted whicH was r. ferred to the Committee "
    ins constituents, is the most cordial 'I > I large vessels coming from the westward N. S. Parmantier, .
    desire .,_ofYcur i iP : tu blii.e what- is within- the- knowledge '- on Public,' Lands. with the exception, that they need not .
    # Fellow-Citizrn, '-(Hie people rt Middle Wednesday, Feb. 23. keep in more than 5 fathoms watci. -- -, t_

    Ji. K. Call. District. Fur, the year past he The following bills were read a Small vessels drawing not more than 14 Notice. ::
    ha deprived- himself the pleasures third lime i and passed : feet can bring the light to bear N. Wand ; -
    WatJangtm City, 14th F h. 1825. steer for it in the night until \ Ith1l1ball'
    and comforts of ordinary A Bill for ihe relief William
    ,' a mile of it, where they can anchor HTjUHE Commissioners for. the Town offeS
    life hts suffered .
    ; fatigue, hunger I Humbly. I with an off shore wind. But if they have" ) Tallahassee will. pay a. premium of
    For the Peutacola Gazette* and thirst,) and has exposed himself A Bill for the relief of Edmund a fair"wind they can steer E. by u. until One Hundred Dollarsfor .
    MR. EDITOR.-The intejnpe- to dangers, fur the benefit of Doyle. i sheltered by St.'Rosa Island where they the best plan of a Building for the Ca-
    effusions of Florida which would have I .can anchor iii a good harbour until dahgit. !1-
    envy or appall. pital,to be located in the centre of the Capital -
    seldom occasion a' ed the whole of his calumniators. National of'said the
    lasting injuryto pack From the Intelligencer. The ebb tide seta s. w. and the flood square Town ; centre, of
    honest aud honorable men.- And- even now he is, laboring We take leave to call the attention .. };. which should carefully observedby which,to be sixty feet square, and the two

    Such productions are generally in the cause of the Territory, of the public lo'the Proclama- vessels coming in, as the ebb> .will. win s,forty: by twenty six feet, and; two
    stones lower of the
    tyighjThe .
    calculated for a distant Affect, while, they are: concocting their .venom. tiois\ of the Presidenl, republished carry'you the caycos shoal and the tre building form a commodious story Court cen,
    vrhere the facts and the truth are I to-day, autho izing the sale of flood sets directly in ooer'the middle room,"and communication with.the: upper

    tot supposed to be known, and The insinuation, that the Governor lands, in May next, at TALLAHASSEE ground. A. W. story ; and, each wing :
    here the antidote for the poison and {his friends are speculating in Florida. TALLAHASSEE is, Hamilton, floor affording two convenient offices, for : .

    tnnot readily be procured. Still on public lands, or are forming ,the site selected for the permanent i 45.-12w. Collector.St.carlosdea .-J., ;Territorial f the centre purposes building..to-f afford he"upper four story comJ -.' -

    Jith the lovers of Scandal they combinations; for speculation,. Seal of Government t>f.that Terrir I _J. tee rooms 'and the' JExec tive Office r '

    we'their effect; while good men is also the production of a disordered tory. The tract!' of-country- adja Fort ., pad ;the:wings -to he each a Legislativechamber. i

    ire in doubt whether they should brain or a malicious heart. cent 10 it.. which is that proclaim: March :\Sth, 1825.. .-Persons, who furnish plans, 1
    I? WILL receive'proposals.'till the'31stJ& must forward them under'seal to the said :
    at No such
    txprtlj. nger or contempt the speculations mono'po- ed for sale, embraces the greatest
    ) to furnish with Fresh c tHfc first ,next. ;
    ). ensuing mmissioners-by. of-April
    tuthors of intended mischief. I exist. The Governor has I .
    ly not body' of rich f lands in Florida. Beef troops of the U..S. Army.that.are when a day will.be set a< part. to open j
    Of this character. are thjferillibe1 yet enclosed even. a garden, and These lands are well watered interspersed or mat be,stationed at or within. the,'victnity.ot -. : thin for examination,and approval. .l'. !

    ** attacks, in the East lorida there is,not' a man in Tallahassee, 'with limestone, ',and, Fort. St..C&rlosdeP rrancasfmn. Proposals;:will be received: forthe Herald ol who does libe the 1st ofApril next'till the 31sL. (Martji. tion'of one wing. of tbe'plan"approcd.:1s '
    . the 8th ult. signed Onent .not expect to pay a from. their'p shio.n, form one of '
    tlJ *
    soon as practicable ( ,
    1826, inclusive.
    "Decus" 'I'eazk"Which ral for the I land n'e obtains healtUfuLsecttous'ofthat -
    & UTim price the most beef1l1bCrequirCdtObCof the .

    are ardently from the.same ,whenever. it' is brought; iniq' mar r.o ntry.a'haf'- however, which best. The whiclilHe: market-can. afford.-and.to. Hubert- _Butler',- fJ i4..;.j

    .eD'and VfJirn. are alike distinKuuhed kef. I trust. there. is,not, a man, gives to them: ,he .greatest- value, be delivered. to'the troops Ontwo'daw,in ,'' '" '. i.. *
    for; their falsehood and in or about. :Tallahasseewho. would. is. their peculiar ..adaptation lo hte .e3ch.Vee ,tlic.days tobe-.dc: gQatedin their ., Ambrose. Crane.' '. ._3c .

    Malevolence. The shafts are* aim- 'hot 'as! much despise' any combination production of'''Sugar and'.Sea 'Island such. tionsoneachday.quantity as rtaV.bc:rcquiBtefor- i Tallahassee-_ -1 16th*"_'February1825., .: ;,:':": '

    w chiefly at his Excellency 'the of influence' or 'power forimproper :CottonEaj'ticki. of.culture Persona offering tOlConint please -- u i. 1

    governor ,and point at sonii al.Jtderrorsin 'purposes, as they do. !eriba14rt which present o the agriculturistsof ..aKeytbei 'prop al jii :writin r!:sealed :;_ No rICE. r : ,.', I

    I : i his public duties ; 'ami"meagre: "wit,; which. United 5 tales the most per anddirecteJ'to, fnke.statu jri! in- *'t gle.. .OrpHOSl:pentohsTwhb. luive JefVlf t -, :: '

    1pti ynforiunate'ly: f fur the >wrIter,.,'! 'have. :been' so. .liberally. dealt. ,out. to. mancntly profitable; investment of bid the inisb,rate.''per, "..poundfor. >.wwch; tllC1J' theClerkoftfme.Vounty| Hills of Sale/&c.,1nriLhe'.Court,,.of6.to fcq'ie ei.or.* -" H

    f e./ er.understood not the:sub J :them".Syijipse.-Eabtcrn'geniuses ': tlicir.'Qp.ital.I'J II -. ,, I II. : .-WiUi- ','' 1; : BShaLt. .:.corded.: ,: ire:,hereb. $' jnfi. ,'"ed,t 1Ja ;th-v.. ."

    .l aitetnpted to :dUcussV; j.; --Thi.s.1s"'ribl first, ,wanton:'af I. 'FromtNt..do.klttin- Courier.Kery'tatffrolrn . ... -: ''1.same arc readyTo... d eQ':** "":.*:**' i.... \f' .. ':. ,

    ,1' mpreeitajonsjfwjlfu1; :buse::of our|'.Exccuuye:'whicU',\ has" ., :SQuil':4me: ;; :.NOT; .N A prpppsala tCom>;Subst will ;be".receiTe:U.. $ t.':tL.-, .. '; 'sT. *' 'H". U".7"""*: ;,: .)'.' ... ..-
    i .
    a Ire top'gUfiujg.' 10 es'ciije djftecV 'appeared: the:'' Columns; ,of. theHaldfrip nl'b afial. .: ast.: y.ni gofthe.; after:the. :SOth-J.. l id;the day' retiouV'l"1,,: ".- :-"...- ,. IJ." -"",n./l.'I.:' J-w...n..',"'..I."A... ,

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    .. 'rfiat aitl next ter Iiq' .% ,of f.x ; ...
    l UE'oa:'fhattrdaJ at 14 bJL. '; s .. ei.aift
    4 Ke Orleans pot".r -' lI / r.d
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    j per 'F ,acid, e chen, and 8"f. 1j' .. .'A
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    i.: .O/KV bbU. Cincinnati 'Whisker.. .1 OB.oiert- .MitChell.. .'L i t_'of tare ftb.Jeor: WffWY f than'coinmtrltrrtxnt.e, JP I .

    4 :i. 4/120 do.1 it qtiaTity Orleans Sugar, ; J Wit:Muter:' Jacob OdelL late of Pe" co.diticeasrd. ; :"O': zYrlLaD race of such an est Itie".

    I :: 14 do. molasses, < PettsticoliJari.'tL1 Carr the underaigned,-finds 'it a5 t01uttr-: I
    I :, 15 do EeKiisville'steam mill flour iI. James. 'YO'rl1nteigu er.: cessary to call on his friends

    f ;' : 5 dou-jbtrst prime pork, BLANK BOO] Feb.:..' ( 'mUrdtli citizens for such additional ana I DoW.

    : I ;, W 25 hew mould candles TIUSTJ received, for sale at the Pcnsaco- solcitin&,the patronage laudable of a gene-of ing prwpccu of the 1 sopp crluor artBrow u tfea
    : i a! :; 5. 9 q.' !rbbls. buckwheat meal, QI la Bxk Store, -I. tats pubjci".tb design warrant him to expect. / Qty _
    local and intelligence ainong

    'r'r;.:": .' .' 5 5 kegs d:! tobacco salmon A pew Ledgers, A PAPER' devoted.and nterarr excTuaiTJely' .'1o latlon foreign .- aiffusing-the citizens of.this young-'and Coo The first owners of the Press foend it
    :' 1.: 6 boxes Flinn' cider, Bay Books, pnbhsbed news,eekly in the ;city comp of Near ri&hing Territory, the Editors feel thatdiffidenCe expedient to abandon the 'uadtruka I
    a bad.
    and embarrassment, which ,always befomthey completed'the
    ; ti.i:: JOO do Cologne water of pu
    Journals York.Besides the.ordinary po- '
    attend the commencement of lion of a volume, and in tie hands
    muj For sale at his of Palafbx andIntendencU every cf their
    the Albion
    storejcprner Etica abroad, repubtsh-
    j Letter Books events 1 the termination of which is involved successors it lingered out -
    (. ,:" street. and. the'/debates, of the British enterprise one yea ,vbea ,
    '' f es, at lengthJ in the uncertainties of futurity. they also it .s
    'L, gave up a profitless Jal
    tii': F. Pa.. Children's Book all in1poruntsubJecta >cr
    quler.I' Copy Parliament [on ; Yet, feeling:solicitous to be useful to the It will not therefore be coovderedt&hing _IIQ&t
    Jan. 2d, j825J-44-tfNOTICE. -r. Hunt and the decisions cf the English Courts : of the that .
    t l ,, Hasell of interest.. Its community, they avail themselves Laving commenced CM2 .
    in general literary : '
    h"t cases auspicious period, in the infancy bors with at very small number o'
    h Oct.30th, 1824. | selections Are made from all the prominent present saba .
    I !j of :and countn to solicit ben and an extremely limited '
    a new growing Murt
    ; & of the London al ,
    Th the mag es journals
    n.*- ; --Inrtts Superiors XOTICES I the patronage and support of the citizens!+!I advertising' custom our. eitablaAotild u.t
    \ #I
    Iv : '\ > ,*Ex'rofihe estate lID of the interior, to a News-Paper the importance need tlie mot effic eiit and .
    \ hereby given That in compliance The ALBION i* Saturday
    of every
    Ihomas for the [
    II Cpjnniyn and of which patronage of ail those ,l'o feel
    I utility ifproperKconducted d
    "'.' deceased L with|the 5th section of the on fine paper, in the quarto imperial
    : 4 v s. Western Div of the 31st ofJanuan' hst,'the return_made form; and is brwarded by the Southern no one will, be disposed to nowledge the importance, toile cc
    j of Mic'i undcrtal
    I Ir; 1 Francisco Maximiliana I IDe b} the Assessors shall remain open,to the mail of tale same day. question. an ng.

    It' St. !a1t"nt. J trict of Florida.AU inspection of any person 'Interested for Subscriptions s received at the Office of, of Tb! resources of this delightful section I The Editor, aware of the .

    t .J. '. KIT of attachment has been this two weeks from the date hereof, at the the PensacoU Gazette.. the country, its contiguity the Gulfofexico I material of which new communities arb

    li : .\ obtained in the above case, rt- office of.the Secretary of the Board of Tc&xs-Sii Dollars per annum payable and to a fine back country o I usually composed, and as .there is bci

    if t; : turf able to the May Term, 1825 of said Aldermen from 5 to 6 o'clock P. M. Sa- in advance. Georgia as also its central situation 10.spire"the one press in this part of the TemtWj

    \ Sundays excepted.N. volume : embellished pleasing expectation that it will hS4rmieavored maintain
    f Court. turdaysand 03"The present s : to tne .u-eCt

    t-r Thomas Comm ns S. Parmantier, pith a Map of|the Polar Sea, and recent ] become a well place the,of considerable of importance iaipartialtj in relation to e.rYU tgc4
    ,as as centre refinement I
    d discoveries of Captain Parry; a Map of c .1 a fed to awaken tlie of
    aspenties park
    Feb. 25th 1825 Secretary.TALLAHASSEE
    1"1; fcurviving Ex'rMarch &c. and science in "orida.
    ; the country bj-tween Lakes Erie and Ontario I To expect to please ill! .would be s pit
    7ilV 1 -1-jt The
    FLORIDA IxTEUicrxcrv is
    with th | projected Welkmd Canal, designed po>;crou .t j ciiUeavur to la&h tile
    to be vehicle of local and wiLJca
    a .
    general .nI -
    .1"n. PA I I- AVAKE1JOUSE. and other engravings. I niOMiojectiouor to control t.ActLrCC1.
    formation and
    of F\or\da. I acces ble to all persons
    tivpUsA I cf the winds. Our columns have b
    ; 'f I' yc 4 CASJL-ST. Sttt'ORLEJltS.flTs Territory of,Florida : who may be desirous of discussing topic and

    j. :' A L. l'. Hi ': CHI-1S 5 THE fL* an act Connrcissior.ers of the C* ivernor appointed and Counci under 1.. County of i:,Escanbia,3 County Court. |i *of ceiitinc a public researches nature, or and of communicating literary essaI'.ut ;\s I: tree very k:+id open; truth to iis useful been di\:>noicIliischocxi ciu&o&. of ud'c-

    "* > .of the Tcrrlton- of Florid will the I related, and w lere
    A INli optnui as above, rill have |I : on October Tern 1824.ON all personal and invidious :
    tlli C'1-Lanth'hind, direct from the j first )lontapril next proceed to sell motion Qf j Adam Gordon Eclwire. diversity' attack on dsputation.1 I .gay hat e ore.i in error, it ha$ al eajs
    ;every .
    ""nfLf:i Tanafacturrryin Pcn.*\\'vanaNea-York i in the principal: ar ,to the highest bidder Acting Altcn e> for the Terr.torv of]!'. meter shi.ll be suppressed. p I Dten wur.itsMre to be coirtrcted
    Connecticut and M &achurtts the l. of TalJatiassee# the of : \\ ti.ial wr w.in the uuuovil
    : *> in extensive :tk ; plin Florida, ORD RED, Th>t a Rule be en1tered I! Tnis is not to be derotetl to cueufuioas'

    t ; 1 a sortnent of Paper of every de- which embraces one hundred and sixtyacres against the defnkiGnzad and I .nan or to paper subserve the of fao-ant 1 I. >u than Ute pr.iUuclioii of twr; rl
    ::' sari tinn: the of land l and will be subnhttrd on purports a Oilier from U3 in opmioii. .
    ;\; ) C'Ompri n;: folJovrir.g : Petit Jurors if\\ at the next term o: laud V&'e. \ i>uiouivrif ,
    j't! appear lion, to one or depreciate 1&er.- |
    a '" !' Ktiysl J, Medium anti I Demy Printingfiiie -, application anti on the t!logs of sale! for the .: .:> Court,aud shew cause, :f any they The feelings of individual ar.o fro the tsturr depn,cu ,by our EJtu'!
    a ihun.bJest |
    t:. : "; and coarse ; Koolscup and Letter Paper infonnatjon of ptln 3s'l':5. The tenus :I l I..\t","nr the}!t khould nut be fined for I to the et'eIJ'most exalted should # t4tHl.19 o; tit .ci.e COU1.JWI pnyurf e fe
    r. 1.,r of all# kinds and Double ribed said act, SX cent I bfi >; our -
    qualities ; pic, by are per I their said default ; tne Cra .7 Juror."in \ inv>oiate aid And the j I pt wi MhUUCIILt ut s:1Cis &
    secure. Ire&.
    ,; t Pest, MeJmm and Royal cohered Paper, advance en cost of each lot ; the residue the sum of Fifteen Dollars ...ch, an.l the while l under control public .7i aUt.a. Oil Ulc coairarj tC jack

    1f1.t"\ i I for Printers; Bonnet Hoards, blue, brow t in three equal ana.h3t instalment and I Petit Juror in!):the- sum of Tex Dollar i degr-ded to our the shall never be i ii U /Ui n ajoi.: u: ouraKtot llry :ljile, dt.

    and *he ; binders and baml-box boards; I the lots and individual sec',nt) held bound each. And it Is further Ordered, That \. moral and sacrilegious purpose of t ttuart.t.itc suUi lr.l'W'a 'e

    . :" : 'stLut i on Mongers' Paper : Kentish cap for the pjixir.ents, on the coniplction of I copy cf the above rule be published in orcoutertedto nva.diug rvligious sentiments. ; ccnc me ulkr t-vi..Ur country vriaftl
    : ''. and wrsppiiig paper of ill kinds ; PostHf.ce .I a bich titles w ill be made to the respecttire the Iensacola (Gazette, six weeks successively. j!! cold aid internal an diSScl engnef tion. if i us t) detenu, .:13 to.iar our ru>rb1e envcrucs
    :, ; .. ( :11.l marble paper; playing and owners.TalJ : A true t op j trom the Record, : be l hcan while politickwill < u tor tne aUv utCcauriit of ttpub IiCAn >
    ,; bank edns of ever. kind ruled has is situated about nineteen l epu'! the asperities w.l.
    : } ; paper I >ee Attest, and recriminations of I pnncr tcs, iout regard to the ag;
    , :;;.::, of various kinds and z&C. &c. miles north of St. Marks near three navigable John Miller Clk. parties, as farts possible graL..uciucut 01' iviCiuaii or the da litiIta3LtlU
    be avoided.
    >4:. All the above named articles; will be streams in a fine fertile country, j t ol party.

    .r;. kept on hand, or procured to meet the'i growing sugarcane and sea-Uland by "VVli Hasell Hunt, D. c.Vov. i, The press, type and paper, will beInmicdrately .
    b cotton'l I conveyed THahasee 'acre is of mail-routes
    to !
    UOprospf'ct .
    : j watered
    :1. bv a never tailing 26th. 182JU38-tf.TAKfe
    }Y;,. ; BLANK BOOKS. fine springs. (here one of the firm now resides,) ad \ iCla upt.uJIKI t1u l-lJ1CCS tab
    J."tf', I Public NOTICE. the publication of l!.; paper commenced.I uJrou"j portions, ut our Territory where '
    '{ A large assortment of every descriptionprocured Buildings.The as soon as a sufficient number of subscr.- xtUtwena are forming distinguished'

    g !;l.;: : rill ect from an extensive ruanufactun Comm io ers will be prepared to j 1! THE Subscnper iie takes the liberty Pcnsaeoltgenerally of bers are obtained; which it is hoped and I bow lor intelligence and & thereat

    tj.::: ', al*a)s en hay d together with c- receive proposals, immediately alter tne i! : Citizens of : expected will be in the month of Nov'r.CG.VDTO.V5. g body ui liar people lN.d oecomo
    article in the Stationary line. sale of the lots Tallahassee for i th.t lie has for some time -- _l i
    ii ::: Tel cl the e-1! i 0 acontemplated acquainted witu the cofiduct of those imomcc
    j': BOORS.' rection of one wing of the public buildings 'I i f le,vin; this city on a vis.tto I anti the preienUous of those wbO:

    1 ,, be cf durable terials. I I the North,for;the i-.uing summer,and The FLORIDA IvrxujcE.cza will be
    to Personswho
    ) ;solicit trr
    wflraocs, that sucn bo
    1'4 ; D. C.II. being1 concerned in publishing that he still to do .. He therefore lar may
    be undertake work I intends published on a ;e ro}al sheet at Five
    may disposed to a I! I selected to rc them
    ; ; book 'rese-iit as bcsi uudersUJid -
    Notth has
    *it tic \ in store
    avails hi7se f of this
    of Dollars i
    fJi. of considerable j: opportunity per annuci, payable in advance.
    t. importance, vould do well | tiicaw.nts, and NUO tract reded
    an extensive collection :n tne various defi s[ expressing his ujifeigned t thanks for the It that this
    ;s rule be \
    to attend. will be submitted for necessary iuraricbgcompt.ed
    : !. ": 7- ; ,A plan ;. i tue IIoaL credit oa the "for tICipurfox
    of country
    p rtments Literature ; particularly: favors :Ion him his residence and it
    t conferredj during with is hoped that all
    the mfonnation of those !
    fi tDe Press il conauctcd with
    ... persons ha-
    : School & Children's Books. ;
    in Pensacola and would alsc in.
    r Tt ed, and none need apply, who may not ; who sign, will con iiier its importance.A : p..rta..d.tJ and used "'itauioueratiun o td.U .calm:

    ; t His stock will be replen'shed oy the j ibe enabled; give Nti flctol'secunty form the pubtc,hat he expects withoutfail J ertist ments coal be i inserted at one I I : aJ.\1 is a pu.rtuJ.

    1 earliest comeyancesand lioranes, for the fiiitliful of his to leave thtj 1 place as early su> the first dollar for the first publication of everywelvehnes atI
    j cour.j I performauce con > ru n.t. \\ e live under a treeOKIII
    ,..,;. ., try merchants and teciers can be sup. tract. day ofpr.1 next ; and should hs fonner : or under, each subsequent I I and to maintain goi-ca.

    ,L:;.; t plied on the most reasonable terms. customers or others' a ish anything done insertion fifty cents. J 1!I our free

    .!i',t : ;;, Orders lor Type, from the extensive Robert Butler, in his profevuoiia) line, "fP.ILTING Any person subscribing paying for :. kuo..iedbc nust be u 16 used Xo natkaenlighteued

    I.' foundry of George Brucv, NeYoikJli Thos. 11. Peun, tire weirs,shall cceive the sixth K71'- 'UU\J.t oCl'.6 Has ever e* :
    cd U1e D.c:5.HD 01 Poliiical
    +-,+ be rtcei,ed D. l.. II. K.i.tors are requested to insert t'i:_ JO) Lioerty.
    oy Ambrose Crane such chairs ether
    ) | as cairiage*, or ecrurerttal :un.l moral ignorance is The mace I
    t' t Ball bkiiiSJtnd 11 .cds printing; Ink, I '' I'ruspectus in their respective papers, and *,I stay
    ; or sign 'p..utingan s.1ini t ffurr.itr.re
    ; for sale : T31bhassr IK c. Idth. 13'4ii -..- to a&ijst l;rants and Uiose woo wisa to sappon actinPeruusgovernrnent
    as above. twin obtaining Our
    in the first manner, Stc. &ch patronage.
    will alw eadeaor .
    is -
    i ij: J. Sbinirs Panacea. I S-\.l II t A h I uiJl beery happy ta attend to their commands I faa ner.ds- -en"rll1 names', will confer a fiver by i t w put lows a tree ands I eerPte -
    inliug1 the of subscribers withj j(
    ; 571 UKibcribcr having discovered the !CST rccttvedand tor sale at the Pens : with punctuality and despatch, out ddat.J"t'irse. 11 I ; but in our county, there nonftexist
    and the most
    ;t on reasonable
    coLL Book More; a small assort l sLcd a rc peclaoie and useful Teli.cie >
    :1 j, feir conipottiio.i of Svaunr'f crltbruted I : direct for the present to this
    .fj-r i f\c rat of | W. Clmirjplin.Penssccla Tailahassee.! ot infurc>ation cannot fail to tu-t,
    Fd taCt s. race t n. usuppiy on tried f r price,or to

    1 I., 'i j 11".-. k.'. tic ". ted I"ct".i The price trum &J J J5J Quills, superior quality, Feb. |l6lh 1325-tf. Uordou, Crane & Co. taun general and liberal support.To .

    f. \ to S i 5-,. or by the dozen $'If Letter' Paper, Jiytfe Pr'd: 1t if tU United StzStt.N Pensicola! IJUi October, 1824. those who are acquainted with ocs

    :: J AM Cturiatotc institutions in ti.e United: pursuance oi'Iuvr, I lies Mosaoz.l I II I I paper, it is yuuecessa/y to say more bet
    0. Stale and tlie poor will!! be suppl.eu { I I to ll05e'h "tlie
    1 brot.t.l > (tel! of the Un'ted Slates, do are singers to cocL'7fwe
    tia. Wax and hereb) deCiare and make knovrn, tit a I Ih nae pursued, we add a few words>-

    )1 1 :.t1. : If tn Cit. :r.5 of the principal cities: and Ofiice public sale will be hcl J at the Land Q.Ticejit I We liiil; iolferbo exertions of ours tote:
    : t tee eta *:I: aont an agent, to order and Tape. i ill@O$ U1@mI I A >
    1.ALUH.A$S:E;in FJor.da on the! thrd ant.mc' ia ertogive to our patromaKrmuca

    i d:>lr.hiie t.s'i.tdicur: torts poor,it will AV. Hasell Hunt. Monday of May next, for the dis"of received schooner Caru..II i u.turu;tion as t&z.tU ot ouz Dee(<.

    .Im i.f bt : "PH.| 4th ..eb. lS25. I I the following lanjds, >iz : rI JUST :from:per*'-York,an addition to :: u pit pcrrrut .nJ in the stlecuoa of aifi-

    ;; } 1'iUb_ %k- .cne is cecbr! ..ed fur the -_ Township: 1. uutnof -.tnge 1, west of the former supply of books, which c tea :\>r pabacauon, we shall et e2."o.rt
    I"'!' "' CUI?. t T..C fal.ojrjr.! r>:'t-2u e$ .-ScrotuUfc.'s Exchange on New-York. the Ak"i i 111l are the fjloing! : I! oxt autmnj wh ca may be of grcu.:tai-

    .f" or ..1 .. evii, l.1iCt"I..hu or putnd sore 'Oli sae 'in sums to suit purchaser 1 11:.! :2 nor i of Range 1 do illFraetr.ual3 St. Ron n's \ell by tle author tfU'averly, 1.I t:T+zs: to roc lner.ds of o-.u- rdntuT<
    t1.t ,.1t.!:!. _t. 'itu riieuniattc tit''c1ion. I do' do rio Oar pivaisaiii be
    I. b.> | lu Bid ugfirld Medical Practice, never prostitutctloticp'iipu
    1 f Cuta.lttlhr. tl':;Jtr.lte. s"l".lmg a1i.iaeira i Stone & Nisbet. 'I uu IiS.Up 1, stun ii, 1, 2,3. 4, &. 5, ei ,.. .'lanld :.': Journey the Polar Seas, >es of fjdxriioud fuel dt:f.a.

    I. <. d (.i I.It 5thtSdhiu ail c..s gene-!i 1 and 2, *orj h, 1,2, 3ik5iip3 Haji nabdrentuns arni u hilt we sha21 I 'a\ the slides* reify}.

    \ ratyfan uc*ru& ciiaructer, and chi ro lan.1.4th,1823. Fractional 1 towns' I, 2,3, 4, St s. ,Waldo's Naval Heros, Prose by a Poet, to tIlt teeltn|> of individuals so br.

    : rte diseasestC..it ar.at b in ucbi'ita-I STONE & \ 18MB'!. The sale will commence with tile lowEst : Sonirstfr's Museum Salem Witchcraft, OUr duty will pennat, we shall! aiwa. ).4..

    tc..d C.n ulUl.O."J tel ufo:: cs'ewlhf A VE received Schr. Caravan number of section, township, :mdra' Coleman's Anecdotes, I vtcate tie cause Of virtue coo: li trtand

    'i> s* pJi.lis, or fctirction urging t11erCt .rJ from New-York,per aria are I II .;e, and proceed in regular numerical Ugan's Sporting Anecdotes, justice,i egsrdlisscf muse who .U4a
    h throe uic.is .i> tat b.r.I.. .:, h txios &.C. I uowopen law for be
    ''ing. honJon.e s:.>ttrnehtofisrocds snit order. The lo.ds| resencd by Gregory's Chesterfield 2 rCharlotte's */*. iu.'piicaietl thereby. : 1t
    And l t Orea..fal
    t unease ocr-voued by1tg a i the use of schools, or other purposes will I Letters W. Hasell Hank
    .a It i> :;MKicxcvi.e.( uselul in dix u<;e*ci-6t of p.crcunc the'jvcr. i' _, e. II umornot's ne\\ collection Anecdotes es, PeusacoU.:cu nth, It$2j. ,.'
    Given under hand at the
    d.V = &.'.an<: plated wares my Le -Sage's Deal on Two Sticks -

    I ..:.,r.; 1 hare, util.t"rll.;*rlPlc.I.J"l-tue Lt t "O'f'a.rs had 5 Cijk Ganthers boots fine calf Bro- City of of\\J3 asmngton,the. 26th La Peyrouse's Vm age.Living Play 3 &D1T10.Y& -
    I day :narr,1825.James Crusoe
    of gs.r:nladcs'; slippers. New Robinson I I The '
    an oicnuiiity| seeing several cases of PENSACOLA GAZSTTX and Wam!
    : .cr y cry t r.' ttcivte ulcers which, h\iug resisted 7 caies n-.enf and bo\'i fiats assorted, Monroe. Phillip's Speeches T>tier's Elements FLOEIDA ADVSETISEK is published ererjr'

    i 1 case rionnels, kerseys and fehlnjjs the PresJder.t.GKAHAM. Tiles of My Landlord 3d &nScott's ,,
    !h4 previously J toe regular modes ,cf'i nv S tu\y..at Five DdZarsfcr BOOM,pajf''
    i't: trcatnient, \\eit: healed by the use of'MrSttjiiir's I 1 cae stoat knit hi.lf h.e,nctti & caps l.EO Iathof the Lake, able iaroriai/j ,n aJvance.AarxarxsucsTs .

    )... panacea, and I ilo bendvi', fun) u cases cloths and cissimeres, assort.d, caner, bf tie Gen. Land Office. Walker's Three Spaniards 2 ,,16.Hatler's will be inserted the.

    : ,r WJ1Ltl luve seen, (lit it 'tll I 1 case mixed and blue sattinetts, assort- -- -' Farmer's Manual,
    prove an CGnlr.n.eilt, Clinch, Peettctg rate of de IhUar for the first iaertioa cf
    import imed\ scrofulas, venenal & .n1. 18th FeLniarv, 1825. Birbaulu's Lessons fitJk cobredpLttet, c\'eQ l. te' Lnta.ar ra.ar'each sac
    t 4 cases ready made: clothing, superfine Depping's Entertainment
    t Evening's
    zaercttna! lSCun. I
    receive 'till the dCthMarch _
    i j Merchaatt
    blue olack and coloured do. e WILL proposals p sequent insertion Fijt$ Cents.-
    r. \. CHAPMAN ; coat>, wing's Geography Gregory's Legacy
    > : D: to furnish uith FreshHeef wul
    ensuing, and ,. the ear,
    othersadcertisingbY }
    frock mill
    coats, tan mixed do. bint, I.oci e's & Bacon's
    ; rrof. r tftke Irub:aet and PrccJtce ofi of the U. ". hat Essaysliodgdon's ,
    ., black and coloured cloth and the troops S Array,! are be uberally dealt ,*.th.U adTerta
    .t ca Linnet
    ; P.zae :hf Uix rrrstty tj Pfnntyhvftir: i be stationed at or within the vicintv Letters Song Book j ments most be for Jb onJ cither
    or may j paid ell ;
    ,! sxtthiett do. silk
    i Ant're pantaloons, Life of Life
    ice eu 'lo\ct tit "p. ,
    WiCca or .\,r. of Cantonment 'clinch from the 1st' oil l ring them for insertion or sahsquenti &
    toiline:1t arM cassuue "vests &C.&C. Watson's Philip 2d and;2 b.IfaRes' .
    , I ; Su-aimn r+
    fi nuor.crous instances, w'-lhw the
    neat'till the 31st of March 1
    of 1826 at the of the
    April } option
    t last tUree years, and lu e i l rk)* found in cases fancy goods, prints, cambrics, Life of Newton, Putnam's Life:
    for the
    ; c ffi fi.i cy robes, linen cambric cravats inclusive. : Bonaparte's' Life, I IA contracts advertising by yealfc
    cspecu..y ecvr. The beef will required to be of the must be payable in advance. .
    1 i .Ii .nd tine Irish linens, born'tazettes, t'f' 's Cooper's Lectures
    da Krcuri gentlemen's i
    : >.sypti > : l A s<:se. I have nest wh.ch the marstet can 1rdnd to I ) It,is hoped that all who subscribe vil
    fashionable I Ferrer's
    h1 U.t.(1 cravats fancy Meu cal list ones, :
    j no : itt
    I r pronouncing incdicii.e. tape feel witi
    worked: Mack be delivered to troops oa two days ieach the necessity' of.2. coaipuaace
    f of iue tiiiublc % robesLajies'silkbags, Mu-rays )late a Medics, -
    V.t I
    , aiuc.W.. stocks, Itc. &c. week,the days to be designated-nl Phillips on Indigestion the abDveconditioas, as the paper cannot,-
    GIBSON, M. I).
    I J bales lov such quantity as isay be requisite for their continued without punctuality oatbc
    : price :
    ; sairtings, l Midwifery,
    Profnttr of Surgery in the Gnt it I
    r n'ions each day.t'ctsons of the. 'taluspatrons
    It 1 case good quill on Toller's Law of Executors part Prop etor, who
    nr nrl JJl '
    offering to contract will please for the of ttilll.a hisc
    JOHN SI i 4f A>D BUekstone's Connent.lrlesI rain
    ; 1
    ; rhiUdelpVa,,"'t'b. ;, -.13 lacer lyK. .: ,, ajrieryof o+ t goals in store, such askiikeis nuke their proposals in writing, in sealed Bishop Home on the Psalms gageincnts.
    and to be, stating a single .
    ,'J R. For sa!* at Smith and Po* jl's N; nffftj shoes wool ,hats cotton for which 1 Marshal's F enJls Family. ,&: Sue. &e.. _r
    bid the rate I
    perl y pound they
    cants& ,
    1 E. comer of Th rd and Maikct Streets. ici. \THICB, W. 1USELL HUNT l
    'J -4 Nov. 15th -. will lunush. j ., .
    . 1\ Lach publfsli of i. "n'p2pcr in the r I together with the stock heretofore on --'
    A. Thornton Lt WWHLL draw deeds hillS d sale tom'
    hand .
    t. tilted is .ested composes a extrusive and '
    States to very '
    reqi ge-
    STONE I f f the 4'I
    & i ISii'r in
    I o. ers of attc bonds &c _
    advertisement once a month for one year. .Ll ; Asst. cy. Subs U. S.Arm}. t nenJ'assortment of books, land will be nejr,

    ' : and send thej accounts for payment' Harecci"W per Schr. Emblem,from NOTS,-Xo proposal* "will be received J sold at the New-Ycrk prices for. 'cash.I .- most approved forms' and s11 nd'-D aaf

    and Tom Shields from after the ISth March, the day previous to i I Country Merchants and public or private'I other\rhting which maybe comauttedt*

    'i STArE OF ALABAMA, :t.w.Orleans; throne limited. :j:br r.es furnished on, the ,most liberal him, 'itf--promptuessiDd.,accuracy, aad.*

    fg, 'i 'COVLXGTON cocX'fJ t FVif\ bls.flour,of tup'ehor quality, bruit and tJ nalneirtal' Trees terms, and such books as ore ordered anJ oa 'reasonable terms ; his' situation.
    Q syVLS liX do. \\'hlskcy, rate notion the derk'sofficerender:sa aPASa
    Suit in Chwifcer for .hand\rillbeprocured iith hs t -
    .f f Divorce.JohnDlmond
    J 5 Win convenient for those -110 ay b ,
    c little to
    , U. It. SO kc s I Ard lc. .J delay possible. Orders fron a '

    I' Covington, Alabiuu, 10 firkins butter I) distance will be as promptly;attended to, about to execulejury mstriisteat of 1m
    t I rte'LTzra lioond.I" Cinmit, Gatti. 59 bags coffee, WWQ m. fm i and -meet with the ,same .liberality ..u.c '.a ting,"which- is- to be --- .'.

    30 sacks'Liverpool'!; ground salt, -t'urttllTUof the lin ttftD'tutu :personal apPlintioa.t -'
    It. T appearing>rto satisfaction of said 1 s UB. ;
    1 Court that the Vtendaut. in tin S kegs tobacco, : amen,hea_ Kew-Vorktofier to ,-w WJHaseUHuntJuly OrAR
    h'' is rata resident .of this State, it 'n therefore ALSO_ public his usual vi-ry extel collection 29th 1834. OTICE IS HEREBY:GIVES., 'TW,
    and -
    20 packages domestic;.:puuds stripes, ,Qf Krtlit' .and Ornamental the N0! .
    ordered that unless the defendant I the Undersigned.are :OD1J.:
    of other
    and a variety ar.
    shirtings linens
    r: thi,case appear aixl'plead,answer or.demuT 1 facile, hi.h with their former stock !sill f .Trees. Iloweriag'- Shrubs and NOTICE, carats Public duly: 1 :..

    ,to the conRplaiWant's; bill of complaint i ion be found superior to assortment ever: Ptxnxs. Bulbous. Flower roots, cite of PcasaeobJoappK. .I
    "or before?the first.Jay'ofthe,next term I aity* '. 1Udt:one thousand. .species J s hereby given, That at the next term N. S.pua&Bfier.b' .

    r of the>atd,Court;.tha$.,the 'bill be taken i offered in, this markcU December. 3d I' .1824._ II I of lireci* House PUnts-.omoaj'whicJx*re i, .f thcUoivthe.County Court,, I.'Iin : .' ,..'
    yen' *t. and toat this order be pubvj the Ol'l'C9tbe"lhe'Coff, e, the.Green -presentthe accounts and vouchers, and .B. acoFc "
    for f and Roll JTea,-the black I nuke;a"final settleraeAt of.the. '- S- .
    J-.a[_once-a week two mouths. C rIUN.Y i ,Pepper estate oi JUaJyiitJJ1tn_ -. .
    ti Attest, &C.&C; .Catalogues of' which :niaV: be Culcs Kewtoa, laic of'.Pcmacoli,'', .. :'
    i ,dcb.:'contract td 6r the. 'ocw of by "onthe' Editor etL ". ,
    : seta calling_ of this. "
    Saml. Brackin .pa. t4 .' P- RIN'rG" ...
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    the armed &fgilcano) will not be per. agent for the Proprietor; who win .- John dc la

    'Cf dr.'Cl fCnv&tz Cy. paid by the Captain or Consignee.; I forward promptly any.orders left with ., _-ll11. Executed. vftit: ea>atui.tars .tam "
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