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: August 6, 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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-PUBLISHED- -- Ersnr SATURDAT, I'manded--- and that he verily believes trials before: .themand;, neither the .cretion of the court. above;,be; liable :-r,Sec. ,18., Be itfurther i i f f

BY ,V. HASELL HUNTSOLI that he will be in danger,of party: plaintiff,.or,. efendar.t, shall to'damages:not exceeding-; 'That when.any 'affidavit* ..shall cnncte be d

: EDITOR AND' PKOPRIETOB, losing the same or some part be per nittcd:to give evidence. in per cent., on the amount of the made" bero."any r.
Pubi/erofthfJjawsofthe United States' thereof, if the defendant be not, ar any cake, wherein. he ,is a party ; judgment of said .justice: of a : Sijus'tic S the S !!
and of thf Territory/Florida.SuuscniPtiox rested and held to bail, a warrant and aI] discounts, and set-offs: peace, any offenceMxammiHed i {..
-Year Q5, shall issue the defendant which ihe dtfendant'can Sec.. U. Be it further; enacted, he!shall. require thai the, ,affidavit j :
against "at
Half! ,year 3, prove That 'in all cases where either 'of state as particularly as tan be .
comnianding the constable the 1ri l and whick'arebadrnissi. :
'2 or other .
Quarter year partiesjinajr: ,desiie done-the, nature'rof the .
offence ,
: tbajei.; ; '
Single' paper twelve and an'half cent officer':attending on the court ble according to law and .equity, : '-
.Subscriptions payable in advance.n7tnTi3iNG of the said justice, forthwith to arrest add the. justice of the case, shall,be frpntfthe1; judgment\pf\ '.tne justice,. .and, ihe, ;circumstancei, : : ,attending t, U
.\ Every ,advertisement the said defendant & bring him allowed.S 0" pursuant to this act,' he shall at,the itt commission. ,and .in -cases of ta .
making: not more than twelve lines, first time:of rendering' the 'said judg-, Jarc ny,-'&'". particular 'description! I
dollar each insertion before the said justice. And said Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, I :, ::1
j.-.scrtion one subsequent inent, or within "four days 'there as'narlyascane': : made of the ,
warrant shall the nature That ach of the said justices i' ijl.
fifty cents longer ones in express after '
; proportion. apply to the said justice' for article, or, articles stolen and of the i ,
Uullul figure; work double price and amount of the plaintiff's de. shall k<''epabook of record of the said ,: ii i

far: the first insertiun. Amounts due for mand. And in all other cases a proceedings in, all .causes_ tried .before bond appeal in double, and shall enter-into .valetof1echsepately: ;( must .be .J",l'jr i
advertising: : payable always'on demand* the amount of such I given, arid 't the- nnLrauth'e, :
summons shall issue citing the defendant them, int'hich book they ..
A liberal deduction made to those whoadvertise judgment with security, to be ap..: -witnesscs'and. their 'placer .of 'a-
by the year. to appear before the said shall on the commencement of the proved of by the justice. from bode noted'down, ancJ'those pilose f :1
All communications to the Editor justice, on some particular day, trial, nbiedo\vn. the, names of the whose '
judgment the i testimony be' deemed
appeal taken
a itit lit f post'/-atil, or they will, be attendedto mentioned in said summons, at parties,. plain\i'I and defendant, the conditioned for bound important I i..
I byrecognizance ,
or not us suits his convenience.ieiws the action paymentof to appear ;
__ least six days from the issuingand nature of and the a-
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-- -eae- the amount of the judgment the court where the : :

\wAn ELoiuua. answer service to the of plaintiff's said summons demand, to, claime mount jof) the the plea debt of the or defendant damages, andt costs, in case the 'trial\ is to take' place, to testify, but 1 nJ i f: '
said bail for
judy.nent; shall be the
:::- the nature and amount of which and the name'* ol the attorneys, if con- appearaeofany1wit.: { 1 : :
act authorising the appointment of tirmed on the irial 1 of the appeal, ness 'shall!'not be required:' a 'wit- $j} : :
of the and shall be expressed in said summons any enir.layed in.the cause ; they '
Justices Peace their
defining and '
the said jusicc shUl,thereupon: ness :may however be o thmjtfloicrisoii ( \r'I
powers.Mr ; and which summons or a shall also note duvvn \h{ ? names: ola
all.further if he will *
suspend not intor'
:t enacted by the Governorand copy thereof shall be personally the witnesses exainin don ne trial :iroceedingsinsaid a .r I_,
case, &ud 'shall J), deli e to the' recognizance to .
Legislative Council of the served on the defendant; or J left at !, and ; state whether! called by clerk- ()fttl appei'F* _,_ :;

TcrriiGry oj Florida, That there his dwelling *vyise or lodgings .pJaintitVor defendant, and a,summary our oOuft.cbuni superior alt thr or- county ,Sri 19 oe. it further .enacted, '
shall br a competent number of with some white pe rson of the family : of' the ieK\inony given'by ?, papers That whenever any criminal! case ;
r'Itj& .
justices of the peace appointed in ; of the age of fifteen years or' them, and I if any \rmen' evidencebe :then', w it h th: ?'1-u.bou I'l.l'; f tru1.!c V( gl; occurs before the' justicef'Sihierace :t: ,
:he several l counties of this Terri- more. produced, its tiaturc and description ( tfJ"' ; .Y."It \.ifi\.be. not 11 1&bl'h or"if f
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Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, shall oe noted down, and ie prisoner cannot give, .satiifacoj -
and {
rorj.Sec.. .2. Be it further enacted, That when any defendant, arrest- finally tlie judgmeit rendered but tiered a copy oi Ou i cr \..f.1&l. r u. .'. 'y bail, ,the justice shall! .makeout "1 li; :
by the s: <" ,
That evrrypersori so appointed, : ed on a warrant issued as afore- written 1 pleadings shall not be required shaH be5 tite ciuy jiii-v-c ami l I a,commitment to a. constable.- ttJ
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before he enters on the duties of I said, shall be brought before the ii: any caust, tried before ajustice '. l-ry.- t 5'"i vher officer, requiring! that the, ii' f
his office, shall tike an oath or i justice, the said defendant may of I. tinpacj. un issue receving tlmp2'to .,,* .:! : .1fC." .Kroner be taken lojaiifjand" there t 'i
a summons ht .:t1? >(.'..1'f. riiittxinrd
affirmation to support the constitution -! insist on the immediate trial of Sec. l2. Be it further enacted, I "' until. dischargedb'y jduc i kj: f

of the ,United States, and : the cause, if he make affidavit, That after judgmcut rendered by term or appellees.to of the ccmrt awp to-, *-ar viucrn;: ?, .-i?.
honestly and diligently to execute that he is bound immediately on a any jusiice of the tace, it no appeal pral is reiurned, a,,'..iP''J' vrir-: ,;,' shah! $express the nature t"fhl
; of
the duties of his office, without voyage to set, or is about to takea be ttffidc within four daysIhere'afujr constable sl'dlisuru' : the offence and upon,' hose, i iJr
fear or oppression, to the best of journey immediately without the I or ceitiurari served, : ::\-: c ij4'tlet loath or affumation! the prisoner t! I:
or h c -
apprJirts. ?n tj |niragent
his abilities ; which oath or affirmation jurisdiction of the said justice, the party obtaining the judgment has been, accused- :S and.S arrested.. *.... fJ ; :
or a"WI'IH"if \ 'im the ., ,
be administered by and in such the shall muV haVe thereon fur Sec. *
may case, justice cxecuvipn county, wt.icl) 5Ul"-' snail I bt Q.Bf further enacted, J', '
the ,clerk of the county court or : send an officer to give notice to the amount of 1 the j&ame, with all ,I executed len dc> s iJ.- tlle con- That the, judges ;of the superior i : '

any judge of'this Territory, and a the plainiiff, his agent or attorneyto costs, cither again me body or a. meucenitvaiA' the urnj, at wnich and inferior-; courts.. :VresjSectivijly ,I Jjf:
certificate of the same shall be entered attend, and if he cannot br galnst the' goodbj\ chattels, and the shall ex-officl'o' ,be jultices and
saiu appfw) ,shull (jf tried, and : ;..
of record in the clerk's office foutd or fail in attending withinone slaves oflihejfpartyagainst, ; whom :11(. sitiil court hal! at' the first conservators of the peace 'aad "J I

of'.he said court. hour from the lime, 'when the the judgment may ,jiuve been rendered term at i Suia '* pal.,' hear and have-and.exercise :whenever fnty I t ; i: .

Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, I defendant is brought : before the or both executions may bt determine ihe-ba'ji.- a UIU deem iir'fiV, and proper, :$)H"the ...:f
That the j justices of the peace, .souppoimi justice as aforesaid, be ready arid included in ,one, uuu cither the' way, With.,.:! ;pt. oaiug writing? powers ,and duties of justices of i.r-! #:;\:..
soul each of them, .shall : to bail he shall body may be taken or a the ,
willing give have levy may according :c,) ';, justice of the peace >in.' crimir.al cases;' and, iifuff
have power end authority to horn 'six uay" LV 'U' n... -he. L1inifrS be made 1 on the goods, cnattelsand shall 'have
.__ case, uo.tf-ss ': r good it be 'power authority : fiir: '
slaves cause
a court as often as may be necessary demand, on giving satisfactory t uu inc u.- v.v ...l.. : ( ':
i/-ihf.Y eifitVjp admit
for the trial of civil causes, I hal l, fur his appearance, aid also but if'the! bo.y be first taken, no Sec. 15". Be it further enacted, prisonersrefused if !;

wherein the amount of the debt, fop tha$ payment of the: deht. ,or execQUoll'sh l[, at on the properly, That.wLerte appellee'/r 'appel- by any of the justices of l'i''tt; :.
I the value of the whith d a nd Jn no. case bnall' \ execution is- -j- z r -*_ .> -j thepeace.S ** \ ;
damages, or thing damages may beaw4rdin 'S'j' : ;: fct&; sh4Lme5 i : u: t} :fPi }y ,j--: "F--.r; 'i'' c'r' '' '1 ) '1f, ; ,
in.controversy does not exceed: the.. ':case.judgment; be rendered a- sue, op a udgLneIkjsidcred, by.z. ribf."!( 'kTJ11n tiLit1chAat : : ';; Sec2k t.fe ftfu/zr;eirf 'rt.fc/J .4 S;ii,..

aum ofpneliunihed dollarse.Vchi- ] galnst "him7'arid'.he'(d4idt'tfiereupOB ,* J \.ce of he." pe ..eg s ,'ti,) ;'tJJ'jfr';pp /f ,is',! ,i}1 l t'CVV", ipjb''*?**'tiif i v '1).tshjJ1.,'t1Y.r.z: ,s" t. .;.d \ ,' f.tlj SP i S ij'i

sive:: of costs, butno action) for. as-ij immediately surrender himself; lands 'and teucueutaof: tftedefeiiu- duly tjfI ciefk.of theXcburtJ: .:; \ (. J ep :
:. .ult 'and battery, false imprisonment and when any defendant shall have ant ; that me execution issuedis ,which ,tne. appeal.ismade, ,a 'dhe.,. all papers/in' relationrMb criminal' ',iWi:

trespass on lands, where the been duly scrEed with a summons aforesaid: ,*i shall" be directed. allY I uuitoprised t6 :issue 'inLtersingoodorder.iid: on file .' ijih'

title to ,sr.i 1 lands may come in and fail to appear on the day and constable 'within the ,jurisdiction: is ne.reby directed to the'sheriff. a n'their 'offices 'iep arat'ely and .j ;
summons :
question, or actions on the'.case hour appointed, if the summons of the said justice, and shall be. ari' onituble 'of 'the. couxiIymnie Hstinctly from papers/' concernijgctvil i ,Flit

for slander, libel or malicious shall have been personally served l ret enable to the .justice, I.which Sa1d41)pClleeOr, appel- j: causesvandtb1iand"6verto'the : .:
piosccutioii shall be cognizable by on the defendant, the justice after who isbue: I It, within tiuriy days :lets reside him 'public p4 cu'orsiat least l ;f !
ma requiring '
any juv.ici1. of the peace ; and thatit wailing two hours shull proceed to From the date thereof, wuith shunmad ) the said ten days .b rote' the meeting' of .e- [ ,
ht-r 01 ii. in, appellee or
} cli cases; under ten dollars ,their : hear the cause, and ghc judgment be executed and ,relumed by said appelle* t., to appear at the next very court, all 'affidavits(depositions J1\J r ;,

decision shall be final, and in all : thereon, the same as if the'!le.-ena- constable accorJiugl) ; Mild itic ol and the said and 'recognizance's taken 5 I ,. '.
t ht:5i.4aa
CL.SCS, under twenty dollars the ant had duly appeared, but where said constable after execution levied i tl'>hv :Jr l constubic court shall, execute in any and' every= criminal ie. 1. 11! :

parties plaintiff and defendant the summons shall not have been on as; is piescnbed: by this tlu ?iaiiua.d inaKe le.urn thereof, Sec. 22. B.c: it furlAerlcnactciZf J: f, '

may appear at the magistrate's personally served on the defendant, section, shall advertise property Lsss: .videii IIA ne: next prececi-. :That each .of the said jusUces fr: Jf

court on ;he day of trial 'personal if he fail to appear on the day and so seized in three of the mom lilt tel pr. u..tl uf ihs aci. "'shall have power to punish for any '';''Hf!

1) or by a representathe, and each at the,nour appointed: the justice public places of the said jurisdiction contempt'conm4ed e re'p.[ .

party may be accompanied with shall not hear thecause" : but the where the judguient is rendered See 16. ne it further enacted, him, in the exercise :
one arbitrator, and uch witnessesor party plaintiff shall have ,a right foil the space of twemy That tu said jusicesuf the peace functions. or :setting as a !4 ;

otter lawful evidence as the immediately without making any day before Inc sale thereof, and. if: appoint *iJ> "tolO' said, shall be committing magistrate,'by""a'fine" mt !

party may deem necessary. The affidavit as mentioned in the preceding a claim beset ip fur the propertyso ; cons .Tart..vi of tie peace within not exceeding five dollars nd'im'I r.r.I I

S puny )plaintiff shall free!} set forth section, to a, warrant a- ft levied on j and advertised- uksaId the.ii' re;>pt ctiyC'" counties, and, have 'prisonment' not exceeding. twenty .: t :
and the defendant constable shall and luiisuui: "* wairants'in all ca- four hours. / ,rj
the complain, party gainsi the defendant, which shall proceed power : ,. :
the dcieoce, and the two be served tbe'same, manner and be indemnified in the same man ses of UlB- aicunor and ielony, 1' Sec. 23. Be it further enacted, t ..

arbitrators-miy make up an opinion trial: thereon had,,,aa in cases of ncr, as is provided by law for the" taKe rcc.zaMcea, to keep the'peace : That. if any person or, persons : ;i J;

whtreon the judgment of the warrant issued in the first instance. shtriU of daid county/ and u) 'lUCid dcfendanis to shall! be committed: by a justice of d 1
court.may be founded ; !but if the I Sec.: 9. Be further enacted, Sec. 13. lie it further.enacted, appear at any tu ertur court toanswer the peace, in any county, where 'J l I

arbitrators disagree, the judgment That on satisfactory cause, shewn That either party on a trial Deior ancvunindl charge no? .theres'iallbe. no jail or place of t ,)!

of the court &hal1LJe n;adc accordingly : to the justice before any trial a justice of the peace, shallhave, a: involving cdpu'eipunishmenib, and.: i safe keepinpit.shalll.bec.. ..dutyof },:h

to that opinion o( the two.I takes 'place, he shall at the instance right to except to any decision he. to conjiiih to pmun in all capital : 'the said jusiiceofthe pelace to- 'iUi :

abitrators, whirh it [he] shall of either party postponethe may make '''ou the admission of. evidence cases, atul w.nn factory bail i direct the shiWof_ said: ',countyTodehver :. :

deem: to bt: most consonant with trial for a period not exceeding or \any othei question oi cannot be given in ail other cases. I suc.h oiffehtfe.r* or, ,pS, !:e'qdersto ,. :;

justice. I twelve days, but in such case, law, arising in the case, and tendera Sec. 17. Be it further enacted, 'the sheriff. of the n xt adjoining! : JM\\m' :

Sec. 4. And be further enacted, ifthe, postponement made at the bill of exceptions to such decision That whvire any complaint shall county, where "a. ,jail 'Pf place.iot ,. .,

Thai the said party plaintiff shall instance of the defendant, bail, if which the justice is hereby be made, upon Affidavit before any, stafe keeping mayvbe, t.lier.e ,tov b.e: p;

have the right of trial by jury required, shall first be given ; and iequired: to; sign and seal, arid incase I justice o! Hie pe'ice, of any offence confined.. ,'and,desalt with,,according!

wherein the amount hi controversy if an)'.defendant requests a longer of an appeal, to make return i committed against the laws of ibis I Jo law, ,,,and ;the-aatd sheriff. shall .'ult/i:/

exceeds the sum of twenty dollars ; postponement, en account of the thereof, togciher'with the proceedings Territory, or the, la vs of the Unit and he is bereby''auh9iizetV "*to* J t'-:

Provided, that at the lime, wher. absence of a material witness, it in thejcause, to the court u- ed States, it shail be his, duty summon a ,guard for -that ,pur- ; :: E

his suit is instituted if.,he dces .not shall be in the sound discretion of bove[ and the 1 like' return of the forthwith to issue his& \\arranti, !i. f.P.9Ie. .,.-*,#. ".

give notice to the, justice of the the justice to grant the same fora proceedings ,shall. be made,in .ca- any constable of .the, countr. ';:.toih ":'Se24Be' iljurtfiers' n. enacted; ij

prace of his intention to have a period not exceeding, three ses of ceriiorari, ,.'and: in all cases (. sheriff, or marshal,of 'tre'Unijied ThatVin't ahsence. (: a reguUrof !

trial by jury, the silence of said .iflOhitii8ofl. the, affidavit, mad / 'by: either par;y'; shall have, ,right .topiL Stales. .,,Incalse'tEesaiil: : ; _ji, '!' ahreaconiithWea; ; justice :I i tlf

plajniifFshall.be! a waiver. of ,his the defendant;staling the; nameofhis : fro.j\'lhe\: judgment of the tice, should. deemthf! conuglawt :ol f .:of.the peaceaH a,Sjpo erjJto fig; !I

light to a jury. =1 ;wtss-huilaorrcsidence! l justfces.bf! 'the 'peace, on.'quesiIuhisof any 'imporutit, 'naturr._ ,: 'coqinnd.;: appoint a.constable, for: any. fpctjnj&beiffarthericnacted- ; DiLl:

Sec. 5. And be it further n-a t <: and' the-facts, which Jie' expects; to Jaw ; i'rc vided, "such appeals} be i tug-saiB-Jcjbniubl: ; !).j UeriToffendcrj ; ; ?. :C.r'mar&b ,- ial P P9 e.. ".i''tJ 'i." ,.

That the defendant. in every .c use; be abktbprve'yliimaicL; i ', that made. "hhi .four, ,days' 'from' .the' : I, rorth! 1tb ,:ttr arrest theher1'. .;S-ec.2S: ; 'j;

before a justice of.,the pe.aceabal he:expects to, he:able,to'.obtain, the r n4 ring-- of I* the, "judgment all : anclrbrJnhinfir,: S., 5 : TJtat:tb .act 'entitled-jad*,. f acts au ::11

at least tire days before ,the day testimony of ,hi, witness' by 'commission costs bdng paid 'Y'the' appellan them before" the .saidjustCe'eX; 'h5rizingthe! appointment orj justices !- ; :;

of trial notify the said justice 61Ms or otherwise" ,within' the and' that whenever'any person shall pressing .ill.. said_ Arrant: the'na- -of the peace and.defining their .. .

intention to demand, a trial" .t>y said 'three: ,months: "', and,.every: .ju!- pray an. appealfrom theJudgmentof tu're of"ihe JfflCWhCfl' the\ offender powers, and .establishing! : county :; :J :;

jury in such caues: tid, his;'failure lice of the!pc tf, in 'cases ofpost-? justice bfilie peace ,tothe; superior 'or offendws aJ.l'be'r s jCJpUrtaVl&pproyed ,13ihSeptember 1 I;\;J.

todo 'so shall. be :a: waiver.cf. his.... pon ment on account. of .,the ah- or cc uoty, cou"#,. he-or'" theyso :ed' and'lr6ught i: before/the; justice, tl&25,;and-an 4
right to said, trial byjury, ,seuce' of material:witnesses,>' shall i appealing,shall give. bond_ with. if the 'offence' chargedagaipst the -of justicesUhe : i 4. '; .;

Sec. 6. JJc it further. ; natlt.d1 have_ ,power to issue' co tnmni'ssionsfar I sufficient security lot debt anddamandi prisoner: .be 'merely a misdemeanor, ,p ace:.anddefiningotheirJpowers"approved ; F

That, all suits; .before I ;, ajusuce I taking the, testimony; of" such casVthe person so and, the justice be 'satisfied..'ihattnere ,June 29lh>1323J-bc';and j j i :
shall be, the issiir witnesses,. according to the shatt fail 'to is go d. ground to ,hold 1imta
commenced: by, prac- appealing ', prosecute the same are.bereM-///* t ., i ;
lug of ,a warrantor.' a summons-as tice established in the superioi his suit. w th effect, ,or ihallnotidgmerit ,' bdilfthe.saia justice sha\l' lake S JQSEPIflL ui1 i 1 ,

hereinafter,mentioned.t courts for this Territory. lessen the}$ of the justice, 'liis'-recognizance with one'or more .. President of theCc, Jrll-U :; J

> 7i Be 'it further enacted, Sec. 1'). Bf it further enacted, and i't shall appear% *4 r 'to. the court *above securities for his ap'pearance'aftbe YL. FRvt.ci : '0 } i:..*" .*' ( tS 1

That whenever plaintiff; That the rules of evidence recognized that Ihe. appeal was taken' next superior court, but on 'f lureorentering' .5 rkf '
any party (AP r wdDtt ? j1 ;
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iato the said recognizance : J
his make and established in the said without reasonable grounds, and' ; *_ ,
or shall
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attorney, I er:29i"f: Ii
J>aili or affirmationbefore: the jus- superior courts, shall be observedby : merely for ielay't the party so failing :- I ,, the justice shall. commit the. I. "S S or i [1;: ; .!; ,

Lice. of the debt or damages de- the'justices of' the' peacein all.. as aforesaid, shall at : dis! ['prisoner lO'prno u. II I J Governor'S :; J.
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: embarqttfc'dau' ftfter< ,action ten provwkrai 1ft: .
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BJU \ But we 4opebe'mOre flb raJ!: *
"" t El Vencedore brought in 58 Letters, froa
" '''f j JJ .' ,IL -I- ------1: : : licy{ of tbe rnllu.t d rt,'3rPOO I **H** dcot._, :POps'iatlaopi.an..
A1eco 4)' y'Ua f.ollo.i8g Wticfc' from present; lea antres pro- prisoners-she had,no person hurt nounce h.dt. .. 4ir? b !tl1 .
will ,set all to rights.' In ,, thper
: Hie \\ ;-Guetta..paper not a shot struck her. h I r"t. q h ; :
{ i NeW'ik, the liiate we,,are: 'laore: interested lea .terraiiirbas iis'H department f' Jan wbo '1)
iiimentofwhch eCubai; -Our comm.erclal .re.. Tt'y'c.
hail tabac -
c & we with our that country than is : 4
warmest 1'00(1'w1aheabeing as we beltere supp osed. It.is our policy vlent tnreuxque dins today, contains an ab, fit hi;

"., the best,for country circulation, that has should flourish, so that it '!.', ft;,: fl1 ,,qpah.. stract'or the provisions of tht new, .
ever been published in that City.) We lisscmrnt tdun,..dfcpdt .Tariff of Hayti it as published ,ed at t.is'deto Yihl ; '
think it contains rather a ,highly C4 1 rMpicture'in be able to,defeDd.it t.r-a.. its I .
> "
k : the jSih violence' .
1ttt4 Pehsar -POr tauqPiflCe.Ofl uU.-y ;
dc :: ;
our favor,but there Is no doubt session by an enemy .in' tirae- : \ :
that our Territory possessses advantages .war'would be a death blow- : : so4'cDaire! .,le reBi- >A -,Plort'An Princfe paper oT: the29th rhe' last, brig\d .1" ';dea. ,

sufficient to enable her at no distant pie Lou lsiaha. bitipenislqui:: : crpisr* May,' stales. .that for about two, lined ,io leave S'pa1D\bt .wSvYaat

riod.e, recognized as the:original' from If shouldever become 'A t! red, rraine-. months the Small Pox hal com I ,,Baronae.'., t..'protnt:"there arc
which; that picture is dmrn. in the city, no troops excerit,in the
for the Post Muter noire, c : ic4:7avges garritom -
tant ,.
U under mis- an.d'i
The writer, we think, a uytruomcflttha '
several ; ,h.at't. k e ---TheMkdna Gazette .cWaWa
b.ke'irneprdtD'tb6 "L4nd'Commission to examine the ( ., cote., : ', t persons : '

era having p rotrscted the adjudication of ture of the United States, in I rrapp' de 'I'id e'qg, Vho had'been yaccinaied'b_ t)! 'i royal order fixing te'pal 'of the,'

Spanish Claims to an unnecessary'length recting mail routes oar!line : ta: Uttis 'entre ple", ditor..asribes.. this circumstance, J .oy at jroops beyond: sra.wfcenceiL
of time." JFe.believe thejc officers inJFest ( is inferred that;the ,: ....
communication: from' NeW"l.V bJ ,gUfJ.I'lJe,de, .Cuba, to the; use .of, spurious matier.-r& King was stilt '
Florid*, tare effected umucbas: : idC\ fCompiai: hjt are made"in, the' f Hay ignorant 'of tlf .. 'defeat in ;
ever w effected by any similar,Board.in : by,pa i through this cQt&n fl : queyorgan- } : Peru..." ,, .
the United Stat nA-u.e'lam "Jeft&1h.: of tot Amaxura River,-And ( ... J .4 !den/paper,"that,$hei:RepiibUc'JS! \ pot'I.: Tlie exportatldn of 'cork, has been ::

'''t' time. 'Incuelconcernlugfficera\fhOte 'thence:to New Orleans ;in \ & ontte en, pos included-inkibe:project,of the;Corigrcss prohibited. ;nej"tilk'again'btichange "

:1t t Reports are.before Congress, would it.not Panama. ." ,.of ministry.Hamburgh '
: boa tsi maybcior: ncd ten, ,* Florida'deuis, ,4 arts, / : *

', ':}t are be expedient finally disposed for Editors of there,iq jv'rather a\t until thin they;. .We bate, .ef cry:_reason* to, tl .d p.i%::9't J : :4 ivarado..captain' Thie1l.J 1 ? letters :state that''

run the ;nskV cjrcula njt- incorrect. arid that, *'the,'route" could bepa d. p petite, ppr'ti.on -..: : "Yhe brig \lerccd; at veVorkfrom : .J 'Swedenbadentered: into the views

c. ,...., injuriousopinions: founded on the eflfusuons.ot : vet' from"hence to that place, Ddue.pafle.gD .v pe Alvarado, report, th4ii: bf England; ,withregard to the re-

. '. : mistaken,'interested or ma1C10US'Ii ( twelve(days. r ,Des plantations was discovered that srisir.g,of,the cogniion"oljbe .ne States of A-

' b4: criblers! ?-Ed. Pcn :"Caz. --f rheirapid'gro of this : s."ont, 6t6'faites siirles lower classes of the people ,there : une rica, ,ansdw would, hortly send

; F1orda.tneapondent: over try gives the reason s parce qu'il etait was to have taken place' on the': con sulithither.' .
*_' strongest
: the signature, of liweric. ,", believe, that in a short time I ; de .s'cn. procurer des night of the 10th June, for the Ottoman: troops',who :were

' ,.: statesu thatjthe_ resources this must become another star in t les richesses el 1'- purpose, as they gave out, of attacking m rchjngtor fbeJs l, had been

!(i: !. hitherto neglected appendage to the old but it I suddenly-countermanded
: American Constellation ; then du territoire ont et6 Spaniards : in.consc-- ,

\o.: the United, States, ,are; multiplying many evils growing out' of its' tous les obstacles is generally supposed they intendedto quence of orders,from COU tan 1-
t 10 a extent than the.public '
.' greater: lon ial servitude, will be done I que Irs cultivateurs massacre resident strangers, nople. '

; are apprised ot The population; with. dela societ6, etai- .without distinction, and plunder>> I Extract Of'tpritatele2trof, the
J' of and extensive of
that large tract
' Whenever the policy of the pane commissaire their property, a considerable I 5th inst. from Trieste : Direct
t ils
which cession
:, country, pon souls has, vernment towards its colonies, es Terres, 'pour avoir quantiiy of specie having lately intelligence of the llth ult. from

. 1. contained hardly 5,000 in other words, its territories, motile sur lea terres' arrived in town. The troops and Tripolitza announces the total de.feat .

..., '" by fold emigration-and at, nearly the next increased session ill j judged, the evil does not II temble pourtant principal inhabitants were up nearly of the Egyptian troops, underthe
: ten
; of the most strenuous upon that portion of country inter du gou- '',all night, under great anxietyuntil command of Ibrahim Pacha.

: Congress, which immediately ac.tsbut d'aider'autant que the ,ringleaders were arrest The Greeks gained this decisive
: exertions will be made for its admission
/ 'j into the Union independent ,neighboring States, and the : des .ter- ed> :and sent,in irons. _(pn board the ,victory on the 27ih of March. Th& _
as an '
; Stat .. Its future impor- munity/at large, suffer also. ; et pour y parvenir, i guard ship.to;,:wait their trial. In Egyptian expedition is now regarded '; : >":

few ofthe' evils of teries fussent other 'respectstfiecountry very as having completely '
. : to the American Confederacy growing out .' que ces was fail
'::k sauce wretched policy of the, late siite, et vendues a I'. tranquil. ed. Several European officers in '
is incalculable
-haying a seacoast -
: ral Government to this ) vendent tbujours Mexico.-It appears by the, the, service of Ibrahim Pacha were
:: equally as large in extent as
are similar to those pursued .) Mexican papers that on the 18th made prisoners, and immediately
t ; the whole United Stales were, before
its cession, and with a number Great Britain towards her m % d'opinion que la May, the Senate ratified the treaty conducted to Napolt di R mania."

f r'" India possessions-the folly rouvernement des between Great Britain and th em r J
! harbors the
of the finest in world ;
r which, from their local situations, which policy she now appears n'a pas te ce qu'elle Mexican Union. Thirteen that DOMESTIC.sever .

have opened her eyes on. vers le Territoire body united, in offering an additional '
t having the entire command of the .Scblfield
'f cannot but express our entire 1/ Leurs commissar: article, containing a formal Hayden ,and
Gulf of Mexico, and the West india of Connecticut
Levenger, hate
vi ction, that our Government \ t retard beaucoup acknowledgment of Mexican independence ,
:: 1alnds-preseflt an object: follow shewn a card, of buttons, _of their '
but the article
so good an example. ds terres reclamees ; was rejected 'l '
' of the first to the United
importance own manufacture, wrought from.the .
: parCela mCm e after having been referredlo
j '
in commercial
States a point lately
gold 'found, in North
Nous copions Particle suit committee.
qui ( ch : leur etablissement a
. of view, as well as a theatre of important Gazette Hebdomadaire de )la Carolina,embossed wuhtbe: ,head
, 'By additional article it I
n'- an isagreed
longtems qu'iI "
t* / military operations in i Weekly Louisiana Gazette, (journal '. t Washington and, f htitdd'foraauit.to : '
, ; time of war. Ten counties have cemment lUbli& la Nouvelle Orleani .. Mais nous esp that "any privileges whichit te presented General

:" alreadjrbeen apportioned off by the pour le sacccs du quel nous formons njuvelle administra maybe convenient for the: United : Fayette'preyious.to,his, -

,.}.;J t :Legislative Council ,the whole I souhaits dautant plus sinceres quil 'liberable, el que lout Mexican States to concede 'to: JJa1t.Aii departure.deaii.
cuivant nous le meilleur de tous ceux sOnimes Spain,(the only could f 1
; of o beaucoup power that
r' which is
population probably ont te public's dans cette ville dans 'The, Court, partial a'prjointed,
ss1dans la fortune de pretend which Great Britain
'w f near 40,000'souli.ThMr but d'uue circulation & I'ext 'rieur.Nous any' < for the trial 'of'tCoiimpaore' ,0.Porlerand .
' : :
: -
'might not have
qon'ne le .crojt.ge- : ) sliall"be''in'po i
\ Territory will become a pensons que cet article pr scnte others assembled ,
, tableau dont le colons nUs devons tie sire manhef exclusive 'or prohibit yesterday
est :
f l' powerful rival to ibis State, in our un peu .
the ,
Yard ofCity .tbis
j; principal staple, -which relev ;' mats il ny a aucun doute que i t. en tat. de:se-def- ;lory, and be limited 'to..a determi, ', at :Navy, -
sugar ,
tre,Terri toi re ne: possede des J ., .
n alenunibrofyearS" '" ; v--
du deriorscar -
from the fer\ilitof its soil t aquea : ,
promises sufiisants "1 r.c3cm, vpt'nmesfla'on, Pr&nt..
pour que a une Ipoque non : .. ri Federal
I- to be of better QU. t'nununriUuuuJIn 4nat' ubEnm I'J mf L>.CUfl.-r% r ; :.Srconstitutional' -i ,Thomas Ting), Jesse D.Elliot, ,...
' .: ..t' que ee rcpirtsente. serait un coup fatal Congress. ,terminated its -session. i Jarnea Biddlc; Thomas Brown, ,
;' : and not being subject, to such Nous pensons que lautturet dans isiane. on ;'the. 21 si '
' : vicissitudes reur.lors dit."leura ,- : May. The. paper,' Charles G.idgely James KcasLau-. ,. :: .'
:- \ in seasons as ours, toreward qu'il retarde commissaires itre" e- pos e-gen6ral ," Et; Sol"'of the Md firorahcirilic j.IL'T ....., -p.-' &t s. Wdth,
:1i the richer terres ont beaucoup' trop la v long dticouseelivercd tY ,John Downea,. ,Chs.C BlTiompJon,
planter in a : har, deirterres ecamespar! le*. leyeux sur la .carte, on the I
t'f, vest. ;'" ". par ccfcroeine: its ont eippadif leur r la'topographic des .'occasion by the\Presiaent"<< : ';dii he i Richarii&Henley; George ".1tg n.

4 _. W .at ;infoi3nedu' that ."'the"' /exports ''n'bl! s taitdcessare.rnent",leiu qup"plus Nous long terns q : 6 'de,dirlger; lea Icour- Union','arid also,the,'Answer. ;6Y the i 11 t cC' mm.CoftEsq..3jidgchad $a 'AdV e &;:!r.. "., ..

from Mobile' to the 'port ,o'f commissaires dans la crayon/: Nbuit1l .Orjeans. il Congress. Both per orinanc e 'he. ;objections no' .of ,"
ces Floride l de l' 'any tnernbersof
!,'; Appalachicola alone, this'-year. ,..according .: est, ont effectul autant,si non' plus) t. liine de comm nica. are of an interesting characten: : '} ; the ':JCpWtwizen t"h ,

r j.. to the CustomHouse: r eau cune autre commission dans lea ; courte de N'ew-York The_ President advert*,. ,with -expressions requested ,to', read 'a' ;which

,. L f I tarnst exceeds 5,000 'bbls. From'MJ Unis, dans un laps de terns le & par la Floride' ju S. of,pride/and complacency -: contained.objections'paper5 to ,the
: Judgo
: this port there must be:double'that. .. 'Djchsiescasoulcs. opp rutions reAn-axura iuite to the recognition ol Mexican, Advocate' and
-- fnibVics sont sous les du expressed his., satisfaction
amount. Further..tberebas.i yeux le independence :
en m'o.y des bateaux by 'Great Britain
4' : '
serait. witn
ne pas ccnvenable, que les the,m mbers. [hoJ
raised upon Public: Lands, and, ette ligne serait and to the between
teursatteh'dissent jusqu'ce que ; plus treaty the two Court g cleared i'orjlelibera' ;
r" shipped from that,port:two thousand de ces operations ait lieu, plu t que cellesqui existent de powers, which the Congress has lion, decided that he ;
: -1 bales of Cotton, besides. other courir le risque de donner r marche. II est plus just j sanctioned. He mentions also rightto
". produce. On the low des opinions anticip "es, incorrecttk object to the'Judge&dvocat4the
i' grounds, et le que les lettres ne the arrival of our envoy in the '
jurieuses, fondees t C rnrnodor
sur leS ,' together
the effusions ,
4 near sea coast, Cuba or narrow : douze and the 'paper
p thonies'mal-infbrmes, jours pour country diplomatic plenitude with the"i .
. ., leaf Tobacco,is cultivated et peut tre Judge- Advocate's opinr.
tp of
', p. greater lesvues mechanics crivassiers int& r destination. the Mexican Ambassa ion,.was recorded. The members
advantage\ than in the Island of d '
s.-Ed. Pen. Gaz. ; si nous en jugeons reception and treatment ;
.,4:\, Cuba, and of equal quality. Theestablishment I Floride.-Un de nos : it desa marche vers \ at aashington. nd Judge Advocate, ,were hen .
sworn and
,', of a naval depot at dans sou la u ''population On the 17th thCbarges.readbrhe
: signature d' An sera bi n. May, the proceedings t Commodore
: Pensacola, and its being the future requested a copy
ricus de of the
nous apprend les plus dana la Con Chamber of Deputies
que ri of them that he
/. rendezvous of the West India might be allowed
sources de cette partie ricaine. Alors une were so' animated as to
presque require a until
:'::' ';, squadron, will probably awaken connue des Etats Unis qui naissrnt premature adjournment. tomorrow morning to plead
the se mul au- The and that Mr.
general Government Jones might be admitted
to the imv plient journellemenr, dans une p cet tat de cotoni rue subject of debate was the 'qufstion his
portance fortifying the coastJ as counsel. These
sea portiorypeu connue du ; comme territoire o selecting the old
Thla fact has always struck I public. ,capital Mexico were granted, and the Court adjourned -
us as the
p population cette immense t. as federal
- conclusive city ; a plan against -
that if p until
ever this country hon tomorrow 10 o'
de tefritoire )
au terns de la conduite du gou- which' the legislature of
the clock. Nat.
- attempts Int.
subjugation of July 8.
cession tait de Slate of
ral Mexi
-7----: Cuba, that island must be conquered o,000 ames, eli n envers sea co- continued to protest The Collector of,the Port of St. -..'

T in Florida. augment par remigration 'd territoirct, eat peu and argue.TranqiiiI1ity; K Augustine has advertised that he'
proportion d'un d dix, ct :ou mal raisonn le reigned
:' This country has been in the chain p throughout will receive proposals until the
Congres on travaillera a st pas le seul a en the nation. General Santa Anna
possession of the United fifteenth
- States admission dans 1'Union tats voisins el had arrived at Alvarado day of July! for the
corn I after
; foryersand
until a few weeks construction snd erection of a
Etat I
un itJd
past, not a foot of,public land has I endar.t. Son I ourTrent4 Notre der- I having surrendered his 'authority I Beacon and five Buoys, at the following '
portance lourlel Etats stration as
been Unis a infligfe sur Commandant Yucatan !
offered for at
sale l
the FloridiavizTbe
by General places on the Coast of -
: inapreciable elk
G a unrtendue : maux dont se plaig- into the hands of'a successor
yernment. The
Beacon be
most erected
extensive ,
cotes sur lei deux
mers, gale anglaises et appointed by the
h plantations governmentm '
have been1 cell des on a small Island ,called Lev
made Etats-Unis, avant la c ; glrterre a ouvcrt les Mexico and transmitted Ld. .
F upon public land, from sion, norabre de d dress 'lo the Key, about 8 miles distant. S. S.W. .
lei terrnin d
bare ports e les Sovereign
# .necessity, when no, private leurs du m I Congress* from 'BaJ ia Honda. Buoy.
.. claims could be'purchased.and the leur monde ; lesquels aya : :esperoris, nous so m- expressing the firmest loyally to 'No. 1. to-"be pfaced'aUhe entrance
par position Union
-wealth and 'locale, le co convaincus que notre
importance of the Territory mandcment du of the reefnear, Ctpe Florida ,No.
golfe du M g6n ral fera bient France.-Paris
increased in l papers to the "
4 an immense et des Antilles 2, olfKe.Veit'1 "Kp. 3, at 'the-:
ratio pr sentent au Floride lei souffr 25th, and Havre to the
i ; and those'settlers nho>> are yernement, des gi In. have been 27th May, west end of'the quicksands near

in reality public benefactors; exposed : IOU, Iepoint de vue Etats-Unis du t I > York received by our New- the: Dry Tortugas i; ,No.' 4, da I the,

to prosecution,by the.Commissioner correspondents' by the ship! reef: pfBahia; 'Honda ,
f 'le's us celui des ,operations : : ( r Lewisfrom Havre. ; !nd'2 o. r:
of the eaeral'I.a'DdOr. I lUairesen I I. :; in'27 J6j?'38' feet Witefr S. :& Vi "
See for : casguere,. un ?? --n ,..,, "'. -'The '.Paris Messenger ofthe' : "
' cutting down waste and*, <.ie la plus! grahde r'M' B..,...IJIO": .11TiCg7 I. ,34th: 1-2?: Wi from, ;the. ;lJight Hoafcon '

useless timber The trie policy Pix comtes.: ont 6U importance' dlvj I. ,ti I, r '.fJ, iI ,rable.May,:says, jsuch 'h_ :the deblo-- Wb l h "d'i''P j"fs\aeaFtheif

: of the Government j, : r : condition. 'of,t), | 6 >nces""', of !i'J' : ;' '
appears : that leorstimites:' 6x6es ''''7 a, April "14' r. ..H..I.'t' ;" 1: \. RoA"i the stVaid}of
par'1e"'C'o a "
, ,our vacant lands should. be settled UgUlatif'ei Ie, nombre dele :b, nv e ;;ri.o', nd judged"J : ; .t"' I1 i, :h.te: :S ; ,Key. -:;-'torsboIbir; .
as soon ai'poslible. and to' effect habitans 'el l ?e 3 i ho B ,tGre ec: :withth'; Uexpejdicnt: toSdjspense. .channel into; :: ey. West., The

, that desirable object, would it Dote 'CHerritbire' 40,000. : q,saUnffwa I .boa rdI ) ;:mts8ion !>>f'annar extrabt: il Deadon acd.. iJ&tinStt..n befi'nfs1ect ;

? possible to,hare them surveyed fccraindre. va devenir un ri I |a't .&.they 'were,bound' ;'aip;>a4sidor' to ',a'tP:1d.'iJh, : and greeted'Jaf tblP
ous iI cprOhfttL9. rr
pour '
; ,prodL J.we1l. ,
immediately. Settlement oi tbe s$ ,, 1 llj :
ahould'be !Ics :Tnafem s denrees du i Dardanelirs; S : 1 gs& .. ; .
encouraged as the'value of tutfre tne Turks. I' r;' atng Yi'n la ,N .I.L _k t.
the t tsit. ,La fertUit6di> 'sol : On:the 10) : t oveInulFls next I" .= .
land when sold at auction.'much son .boarded' : the'rEmpero: "', f_A tislrii -' ; (Geto Mr.
enhanced. q'ualitfc,la douceur da "cliraat, : tfas ; : by ,two: t o.Milah.I': .'I' ., r-, .JJ. j } Jutie\28.
plus grande who_ took a lew 1 .1 ..Aniei1-.ot-N.York, formerly' '
Constance dans J.'The int
We believe that the Govern I #.lIJgn! 1 'frorn''ar1 us ur
temperature :9f ij .plac! !
toutes ces chc '
ment the quavers omes .
,, United States baa notptfrig rendront le sucre de la Floride !:, u, I J'at "Gibral ar mare unfavorable d iily ..pre' ,z luck ,)\T,*?"-two' ;dAytago<< i'item: .M F--;

: ;Uto line of policy inSKftR meilleure qualit :o : b, May..- Letters to the:'Turks goraeny, iMa6ihiifer4.: .
et from
: .lWf- Tetrtory. Their tel plus abondantes ,et plus sea r aisr li.D14b i i'g .EI'4VII C.'. announce that Bitoglia and Jat i1 'Us.}.thit. 'W ,pas'sej ;iferoagh: ,whit:
flMssionera( hare the Seraskier Reschid ;; }
protraetffl : e_. a ndl6Oneni' Pacha' was ;iie foti&fttfefr'tefwet .
the adjudication of SpaDe Lea 'at QibriaitaV. She L experienced a signal N .oVf; DQ far .trk
exportations de la defeat ;
lh, claims, ,to.a a': ', on E lt rda1,,and had that Yhe-never iheT *.*
unnecessary pour Ie leul d' day or two before! treated ftI- .. ,saw$ it1
length rf t me- -thereby keeping port Apal 13th to Jania. ,Smyrna advices ,rrjet tf $
ont 6tfe cette May, in light more f :
* ann e de state that ,
the lend 3r the
Butifc of Greek ;
out had
market r -
longV d a Spanish captur peaceably 'd-ispo Cl,
ICI, on en a enyoy* le double. brig of ed near Suda l
,. ; f 75 men, (lo or 12 of ,three .,vesflelsxls.den saw'npr' faejajrd ,tbiffgliae'abb-. ,:, a.,

, 1 trith ammunition and tile br iifrlciidry tee "
.- .. "disposition ; :.
, i. .-;- ./ : : I ,'.: .*.r.-!,. .%', -". .- ; ;' ...
i' ..; t .
p. ,
4 4 I .,.

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.. ,
00 s. 1' ..
I. :
.. --a. .
'. 1"
.r. *
: .,. !' .
dUrifl. bU et'itih.of the population!" .By what nile S .There is.. nothing.which contributes to this tatakbleirflec. *houia' poaitary for them, we tie ,glad: '(6iBapeduliarfte 0
"aids .ny ..h.e.na.. ''Arithmetic the learned Editor roUnd :more to the prosperity o/a country than a adopted. OurGoverofceaitratselecteddirereat ; 1 .fia1hatjwkweresn. a'tbi .
rougb' .
;' s that 193 is about wie eighth of 1850, cod of wholesome'Uws, b) which ,the '* .
V out sites "
.b tI p ., '. wher?' to : ; liU, :bretbm)i. .. ,
find butnot cf ,
to out .
I leave our readers ; fair transfer: and'enjoyment: property. '
e..oderatarid( .:flrton ,wishing to" seem.sjigry"with the editor,' are rendered/safe: \wd secure it pfnoaal build KghVhouaei: .along,thIeefot. .1 hVeLoledff' im' thCIr" lirait. dmbarcetV 0

hailate1y J ,\1as .we will merely remark that it would.have rights protected,.and a eoand judicial iy.- Floridabicbwill wteff. .:in'.oeeralioBf > 10.k. .e ire...
toOt o and whore!. evinced a disposition to.give correct,.in- tern estabflsbed,.'whefeb7h!"ligatron? be of great use to the mariner ..! of tile a&cctioft and esteea'inwhich -,

10 Tallahassee' Creek, aUonjjtb : formation and a much more liberal 'spirit>> contracts,mal be duy| ,yafafce$,- JTlje- and :will 'often.;':prevent' ;shipwrecks : they bo4.bit memo (

placed t ibrouith the also that be if be'had. 'copied paragraph entire,instead Ian,of ibis,Terrltore trefar frs! being ..:which :are \now, 'frequent' ry and bis 'naaly 'pri jcipJeI,. "In l:'
from it.Ve : to
;.t fl.onreports I giving garbled extracts calculated to :afibrd/encourageifteat
a' the Straits in !'
the UrnOh.' in coniequence: of, Georgia, "e'glad Jo:perceive, .
any set of men more o- \ never.made preposterous!an ass $ aew.l etU ri/rom.the States in '
cr sa" a whiteTtnVlndiansrc. tion as that I'cnucoVht\at no'time been By* jhe 6clu&ent'.lav: the 'propertywlucbthey joweifttl currents ,destroying by thatihe Ugiilatufe, at, Its last 0 ct

He visited by'disease, but We liave confidently ,. .. % fhikr5nffintothe.Territory, their Uncertain direction ,the best SeltoDt appropriated;_;Toar thousaad'dollars .
I and .iirig1Yr.a.erted.'tba't; : 'it is .U '-I A! JVLl-/- !pt (away fey jfoiniduitous and mos..,piU4baIculatians.LiOne lowarda.the-expense il

fee.".., to have experienced ,no- notsurpassed by any city in the southern' rn stpreiive .id ..... proceut.4ngn&k'lOi" point.bowever' ; his: .been,pverlookedrThe of ..erecting the Monuments, *\ n.idetlaken .
friendship from .; .
: ,
i ;
but ,. couttry in.-aalabrity; of atawjtphere- egu process foUrid.j .Southern .
thier could havehadno: idea. : of situationand .ire now:(repeab,the asser- .:dCS: jL:'.ale.itaibHuJ;&'unjust : J'ojnoP .bt rgtnerous- citizeaaof
',d: he lake.a hostile spirit .ex- "jon,.ofFenng,.I support thereof 'the -re- The>ct declaring the'elfect'of judgmentsand i. ,Abaco! ,'usually' called the Hole Sa' niab'. 0 te ;tb memory ofOrecne I

sly,bing Nation from ,any pOrt of the Uoard'of Health,.which. if Muj:' regujatinfr\ executions,render. *,,;tit.. in the Wall,> aJBbrds a prominent 1 .:and Pulaski,:of;which the .
'ring in the 'Russell will take the trouble of examining Impossible :for. any person. to pura, aad highly advantageous:situationbFa corner steneswereJaidduringtbe
5a" or; heard of there.5luDn i he will perh'aps'coftl.derb"'lto mean fluehnd in 'thisterritory .with _perfectsecurity
Cfit-onicle :' time 'the : 'iigbuhoose. All, vessels I Ib011n !a.e-.. .Ih'or Lafayette; to,that aty :
,, aUhe'sime recovery
asinularrgUIUeflt.<> i I '
,. .. ?' ; ofa tiebt/afler judgment: has been-obtained l.for.. "Oli Southern_ ,,,coast_ ,, PhiladelpbiaV a'. :noble monumient '
: -
We take the liberty U>..piibjishtbe following i|altogether Doubtful, even when the Hanna, Mata al, or ports ,in the to the,memory: AVashlDg-. .
the Edit from a highly respectable gentleman .' : ; -% ".... '. ? >r fours iles',of this;point,.and,..ai, what:-glorioaaacejae wiawitneas.4fl"tl7hthhmOath'tear-
** VTUKPAY GUST 6, I82J>. in 'St. Augustine, under date, ofthe :*' It roust indeed, be confessed thatJeiz.laion'ip ,| theIan4i1ow .i.4e fu1 of
13th ult. Insodoing.we ,are by no Territbry; since the organization'of :, approaching _
: .
TKCSB, late Minister to England and: ; 'it" id :tb nightithe -the cradle: off American
means actuated bv/a desire. to forestall its governmefltl lid .been- n"- 7 : ; Liberty, ; ;
'gVcretaty of tbe "res'.UrY.of the U- ; by men of common* practice !S.to; .layJy where handredf and Eftj UIOD-
arrived at New.York on.the public opinion concerning our Delegate-: ducted; with few3.exceptioU >' a:- .:
.Jjtcl( alt.jjutes in the, ship York, from Londuu.Oration. elect for we would Say with Mr.' Craw.' little'or no experience in the formation of which'is-'often,.attended,with, 'serious .*u4o1a.pOured...fortli bieising* ':- .

lltb ford Jet him judged by his measures: laws. ns quences. Much. time-! pa Abe':eaemOTf t.tbeir.braye; 'aIIc'storl i' '
but xre jrive th l-extract for the -purpose Legislation is however, Business of so
We acknowledgeith lost by this apprehension, and: ,as ,'who fongnt at Bunker'a
rrrb,1(! : of sb ewmg the satisfaction of the people much importance to the welfare of the '
,; thanks the receipt,from a friend inostonof oftbe Territory at the result of the election community that it never should be committed the currents hereabouts' are uncer- Hil!,.aod grteted-wi.tlr. blessings. t ;

$ the eloquent address delivered and the highly favorable opinion entertained to ignorant, careless or unskilful ain in their force and direction,'it no Its warm ;tbevlvt1S; i '

l IIf M& Webster atthe laying of the cor. of Col. Ifhite by a large portion hands. Better, a thousand timts,had our bas many times happened that pairiotiof their, fatbeis/witb:'tEe :

?ltr stone of the ..BunkcrHill.Monument. -of his constituents. laws beqn formed in the Cabinet of the. whilst laying to*for day-light, the good old General at their'head".I ,1 '
on the 18th June last. It will probably "I had the pleasure lately to see a let. 1 President of the United States, than in ,
week a treat to our readers most skilful and prudent men Such scenes have not only' an imposing :
as :
serve next ter from our newly elected Delegate to the several Councils which we lave had : : I .
during the barrenness of tbe papers receivcd Congress, Mr. U'hite ; it was dated at to. enact them., JPe should tien, at have been wrecked, either upon effect to the presctit)' ,geDe,1 ;: .:

by the mails.ahofFensacoZa.lt. Milleclgeville in Georgia, a short time be. least,have seen in them strict regard to I the reefs of.ElethursEg Island, i ration, but a still more imprelaive B : .

p fore the result of the election was known. the general principles and rules of the or Abaco itself.. light-house and durable one on that vhich is ,
1$ with much I was extremely,pleased with the principles common law. Their phraseology and the South '
on extreme Point of this springing up.TheJ.'t nd toele."
.leisure that we assure our friends at astanceof and sentiments avowed by Mr. Whitein meaning would have been plain, aid ex l2 ;I-" 0
the almost total absence of this letter ; and, 1 assure )'outhat his e. plicit. Visionary notions of improving Bland, would enable any common vat the moral I sentiment l and' t. ,j' .

disease from our City and the prospectofa lection gives great satisfaction lo a, very what has been consecrated by the wisdom navigator to proceed* with,safety j i strengthen impulses patriot '1 "

pleasant summer ,which we enjoy. large proportion of the inhabitants. in this of ages,a recognized and adopted the weather being generally clear 1 ism, ';.without. a. tendency to,'any t i" ..[
had much h'ot weather for section of the Gcn.Hernandez in; the' States of th4 U. '
Tho cehavc Territory. most enlightened ; be might run down West in' the J thing which the most desponding
the last fewveeks, we have also been I am pertuaded, is by no m & either: nibn,would hot have been tolerated. of :::1.1 ,
parallel 26 and be certain of can fiod-reaion
refreshed by numerous showers, tending disappointed or mortified at,the result of It is nevertheless candidly admitted ,. : to deprecate. t.. i >>

to ensure a continuance of the blessings the election; and all his, friends I am that we have had in our different Legislative biB position by a single' bearing' of The!.. 'Editor of the.,Boston ,Courier .J '"
trhich are bestowed on us. By the report well assured will zealously and cordially Councils, some men of talents, h- the light, and from thence take' his describes in the. following !

of the Hoard Health, published in support Mr. Thite, as long' as he main. formation and learning. Many of tie departure tor Stirrups Key. The. the, : If ''
this paper, it appears: that only twelve tains those principles and, sentiments, members though not qualified to daw- English are less interested than beautifullanguagCf propitiousclrcumstanceaof .:\ ): 4 f
deaths have taken place in two months which he has expressed in this le\ter.- bills with accuracy and precision of stMe, ourselvcb in this edaJ'w which ; : ,, i
and not one of them are between the 'ages Before the.election thisgentleman was ina were highly'worthy and respectable cti- desirablebbject' ,-the,.foundation of the Bunker Bin P1\: '..
it would be i.
and 5 presenting'a in this of and'doubtless much vali- yet reasonably 'ibti i '
of 43 years. great measure a stranger part zens, possessed Monument was laid : :
healthiness unparalleled in the southern the Territory; and it was natural for us able and useful information, in regard to paled that they would listen, with .'* The human never opened 0 .:
country during the mouths of June and to support a candidate with whom we .situation, resources and wants of tie complacency to ,a.: suggestion, ,eye r'"
July. were well acquainted, and who had be. Territory. It is however,much: to be i> which, if adopted, would save the on a more delightful morning; not, fJ1.. .
satisfaction in Con of the differeit cloud obscured tbe.smallest pot'I
fore given us entire gretted that the penning lives of fellow : 1
beings as
The East Florida Herald of the 5th ult. gress. It was with considerable reluctance acts was not exclusively confided to a many Lion of the firmament: ; and .thfe -
that Gen. Hernandez consented to committee, who by their inteli- well as secure the property under #
contains a long account of a disturbance special seasonable showers of tbe.day preceding fi\fi't l
among the Indians from. which we glean be a candidate, on account of his private gence,habit of writing and knowledge their care. had brightened the emerald. i
the following affairs requiring his attention at home." the meaning of technical words, would. '
hue of the earth.The whole face-
On the 20th June,Mr Solan,L'lanter p- I have rendered our laws more precise h From the East Fltrida H -nld. : 0 ifii; .

living about 25 miles from St.'Augustine, /.unit Nat /r*.-If the following article :language and more correct in expression. The Georgia Legislature has of nature.wore its loveliest aspect; .. [

reported to Gen. Hernandez the senior (which we find in the National Jour 't.i!' pretended that any of the menbcrs passed '9 resolution for the -tbe flooring was spread"with. her !f1f,.1 t

military officer East!;Florida, that on the nal) is correct,the feathered tribe ofthe of our Legislative Council, were ii- Co appointment richest variegated ?, carpet ; .-the t ;
of jrnissio 1erl to "
IStli six Indians armecTwKh rifles came to North are more liberilly provided with fluen ed by other| considerations than .canopl'wa.n azure and sunshine. JtJ, :
his house and demanded of him 3 guns legs than those'of the South! This is thofewhich; they conceived.tp be beneficial survey a Canal ie from St. Ma- .

and 3 hones, \yhkh they said were m'his truly an age wonders i when the woodpeckers .: to the cyjjntjy. 1 But, a want of experience 1 3'a to the SUfl1 7iey. How kind ,'The thousands' of human beings, j' 't.f f

possession and had.been taken from'3 In- crows, bobalinks, pigeons, in legislation, of foresight, cart, this is, for' which -the' people..of congregated to.witneutbcap: ta'i'i '

d supposed to have been killed. That woodcocks, .hawks,..owls andpatridgcs and attention in drawing the:difierent actS, Florida under' .thousand ob-' cle, seemed to inspire with the .. .
on his assuring them that he had neither of Maine are ranked.. among Quudru- have caused them to form the most crude,' are': a. : breathing atmosphere complacency _P' :
But'h sitthis' :
and knew of them left him ,,and inconsistent mass ,of matter Iiga o1s. sarne
nothing they peth! vague "
and face
> : .delight: aDd. ,every .
and words, that, has been dignifieg J ,at the session il -
to search for the lost Indians and threat* At a recent Squirrel hunt in ever egIl1ature, same .
emng to revenge them,if they were not this town ., the -following number with the name ofa body of law's. ':;complained improper interference whether it,belonged' to the feehhsycterao Jt 1: ;
found. Mr.Solano slated further that: he .. 0 We have,in.our legislation this Territory f of the 'General "'Goverp- l ,or !the aUyer lock, the pr
believed,from what they said, that it was gf Qliadrupeds( w.erckUled': : unfortunately borrowed too much omem.:1 1'manly 'soldier. ..c934. : thplume :
in their. domettic' v. '
their intention,if they could,not find the Squirrels, 466 ; ,Woodpeckers from the laws of Georgia and Kel tUeky. meat : ; and' -5W9djthe: 'iaq&is&Yeandvadrjiiring t.mE
missing Indians, to revenge their loss by 48 ;.Crows,..36 ; :Foxes, 7,; ,Boba 0 ..Though the citizens of these States art Whence' did :Georgia tferiye the .biIdk. .r.to woman, 0 J.h1':: I
taking the lives of the wbit s. links. 74 Pigeons,464 *; Woo;>> l' unquestionably'entitled to'"high]praise for pow r td send 'Commiskiohers; into : r
; v their 'ihe still,more .interesting :product iJ j !: :
Gen. Hernandez applied to ,Maj.'il.- Hawks Woodchucks their.republican principles, braver' a Territory.teIopging.tothe United : t
cocks -
son,the commanding officer of the U .S. 23 ; 10 ;. and patriotism, itjis a lamentable fact; States Not from the 'Constitution of heavenly skill and.goodness 0 ;lti: } :
Troops at St. Augustine for a sufficientforce 4,9 ; Owls, .4 ; Skunks. which cannot be disputed; that the badness every .face beamed .with gratulation :
12 Patridge 1. Whole num of their laws, and their unsound principle nor from any of the acts 'IJ
to apprehend the 6 Indians,the ob. ; I ,'and reflected back the smile
: Obt.mgJJJiWOgJJJW have greatly,retarded .- of Congress.. If we.dp not enjoy ;' !
ject being to guard against injury, by ber,78.4.-aria (M .) jurisprudence of the ,Cr or.tt -, f !i'SHIP.
the mildest means. It was desirable to their improvement and prosperity. a state.sovereignty, we ,have: ,territorial _.- ;: \ .' : II, \I
arrest the Indians and detain them till *'" judicial matters especially, they' exhibit ..rights, subj ci.to_the imme t Iii, !. ."
they could be made to understand that : From the East Florida Herald. nothing worthy.of our imitation. : ..
diate control of tbe U.. States, but 'I
They could not be permitted to take :thehw ; Let us then,-'in future,look up to higher : ; ;
into their own band,but must applyto Our Territorial Laws.. and better sources, if our own shouU Georgia'c'not'trave1over a foot 'IIi ; t.

The Public' authorities for redress of be deemed insufficient. ol our country without violating ; !: f (

injuries. The troops were despatchedith JUwera est tervitut.ubijvt aut est" out vagwn Having made these preliminary remarks '. our rights and those of the United II.,,'I.rL0 ; ::1.\]I t! I

orders to this effect, but the Indians NO. I. INTRODUCTION.incogTUtum. we shall begin our comments will : States. This is such an odd affair -. --_ _L .--_ . ,. ;ir" t"I'i;flPoit
: : ; '.
ttre so prompt in taking the alarm that the act regulating executions. '
no explanation was given j they were fie The acts of the Legislative Council, J uridicl s. that we can hardly under ol T \ ; '
at the last session, at after the Indian '.j '.' ,Ii: :
rrd en ando wounded, but they were passed having length stand it. Perhaps -- 0 It ,
not arrested been published nt Tallahassee, in a custom, they wish to provoke ARRIVED % "I' I

The article says "Ko Indian" lIar will pamphlet form, of which a few copies From tile Mobile? :Commercial Remitter. hostilities against them, and August 1st.. -Schr.: An.geliza,.: *' ;: j
have reached this place it is conceivedthat .
result from it. The community: here and a candid, dispassionate; and free examination From present appearance the so have a favorable pretext for Ross, New Orleans.' :> n'?>t. ,

abroad! may be perfectly satisfied on this of the laws contained in this vo. growing crop of cotton must vfry separating from the Union. If the' 4tb.At the Quarantine Ground HU: I

point. Inm .'and which now constitute the-- whole"- considerably exceed tbe last.. Induced Government were not. to notice Ship. 'Indus, Barlow, of New-York, 5 1
The Chief well of the Indians who will civil and criminal code in force in this by the enormous' rise, the this transgression, the next step from Campeacby.--'Faasenger:.
too understand
govern own Territory, will not be unacceptable tothe planters have gcneraly put in requisition for and a Spanish Gentleman ,Lady and '
situation-they have no ammunition people large. We therefore would be to legislate us, I
they cannot carry on a war-*nd they ,, pose to make such comment on these pro.various all their means to extend finally compel the United States to Child and a Gentleman, from N..

are fully aware,that their safety and existence acts, as may be deemed useful to the cultivation of staple, nearly to support her jurild ctio'n-L t' York. 0 .' '

depend on peace, and the protec-" the public, and shall freely point out the exclusion: .of all other produce, Georgia say whether this resolution -' 5.-..Schr. Harriet, Maura, StV ,
tion of the American Government. what we conceive to be defects, errors and 'from the best information Marks. .
cordance. "
Subsequent accounts that in consequence is
say '
and omissions
, bearing that the Indians had assembled from the interior of this state, as principle of State rights which is I Schr. Amelia,Reilly, St.Marks 'a ,

to>> the number of 6 or 800 and the It least mu&t reflection be obvious, and to who every person of ,well as the? adjoining counties in so vehemently contended for. :.Panengert, Messrs. Hyde, Pea- iT
possesses a- Jil|
driven offjh. Whites, the Militia was or. Mississippi the hast *
ny knowledge of the English language crops are at body and "
dared to hold.themselves, in readiness and Tod.SAILED.
even on a cursory view of these laws, as promising as usual. But as From the .A'"atimal.1nleUipneer. 0 0 I
mustered with and mi. ii
great promptness that they have been framed with lit. the period which is considered ibe of 3d. U. v !1 '
Kurjr; enthusiasm, but] that the Indians very This is the era public gratitude August : Transport :

much alarmed for their own safety bad tle.regard expression.to.precision An of unpardonable style or accuracy degree most critical, and sometimes posthumous honors' departed Florida, Baker, Tampa Bay. '.

sent a request that no soldiers might be of negligence in the phraseologyand .i proves the most destructive to cot- merit. Of gratitude to the Schr. Angelina,Ross,St.-Marks."

sent among them. "They further stated in the use of technical words, is manifest ton is not yet.past, there may pos living, we have, in'successive acts, 0 -a. :i
that though they had grievances to complain of them. sibly be material in .. i;
oftiey; would seek (redress in no inmany These defects a change the of our government, and other public Board Healths! 0 : -
other than the de often render the sense obscure or ambiguous prospects. It is however fair I demonstrations, the most abun- deaths during t&f months of ;
through (
proper to such a degree, that it will be ut.terly LIST
partment. Tims all occasion for alarmwe for the of the calculation, taking into consideration dant evidences. Of posthumoushonors and July. f 0 0 $

are happy to state, has ceased, and people impossible, and extremely great difficult body, if not the high prices and quantity Baltimore set a noble example June 3.-Henrietta,rblack woman,aged

Bounty and, confidence is once more impossible, for the most acute and en in anticipation, :that this will be a to her sister cities some 85 years. .
fclt. June 7.-John, a 1laekman,, aged STy
fghtenedjudge.or lawyer to determinethe golden )'ear for the plastersand\ years ago, (and it has not been 0 K : J
llowIn.A postscript is added containing. the precise meaning of many of the sec- congratulate them on their without effect{ ;) iD.the erection of June 10. .Virginia ,Gonzales" (Roopiagd'3'monthL .
ions in thews acts. There besides
are prospects. the monuments to the ofyasbington coup) agedS yeaw.: ,. ; ;.. ..
Measures are taking to secure the borrs many inconsistencies and.discrepancies in iqemory :_. _1' .
from injury. A detachment of diem : they did not tally with each other. The prosperity. of tie agric I- \ ,. n.0., thf Jneniory.!. JuneS.--W.t' H.; nt.- .-e'. .." < .. .

troops has marched since the.above was 'The provisions of'different acts,. wherein: ral interesr tlje': coautfy, **U1 t of her,owri. sons who, fell'..in:battle ; .t fto '''...:....h.i::, .a. 1
Britten, under the I command of Lieu, the' same matter occurs seem '.to' have naturally benefit. tbefcommercial and orth.Carolina, led.. 'LII ; way ,..;..t7'10 .....': .;'

&%Hqr ; and a voiuhtecr,; company has' I been written without the:least attention iaterest, &''fes ihe.amount; "of'tner- ,tor'the; States, to.fo1lwintlesamc' :..1 J1r z.==' :;HDr i9 iged 0 ,80,. -
been formed : to their l>earin each other Whitetbeywere
InarCbt ,
moment .up'olt
any i <
: l '
: .
camile'operitions is'extended so lone iUoesc. I
The In. veiytateai4in1eTer ; very '' '
militia of puval tyAlcbua are also : paunfg'one act, totho. Council :
wtttite of jM1p. & .on. But still I ,we appear to )fiave'entirely; forgotten what had: will pfe'denftlnd' for'mectfanict i'ii-' city, we 'seawhihwUl'be,-.spirit.of. 'erriujaUpn.I ;;;Jui! .9-4ne. \ ct.': i ntexoged48. :: :: _

aPprehend no serious result, .'The 'fflea* been enacted ohty the'<,Uy'before. 'Theyseemnot I crease, and:labor,of every description. perpetuatc.dj>j.'.ropaVmeVts -'. very>". loiM3 ; '",. ''. ."...;.1. 1 pt*._ .

*""are only prudential. 0 to'have been.aware-of the importance .!' "S1ou14'xe. present I prospects' ', : worlljy: 6f.(: hco'aat,. :1' .w na..'" ,'."'""I" '' 0 t 0' 0 /

The three Indians,';suppose -to have. I and: correctness anil:utility :oLuethd,"uniformity : be :realized, this" year' *ill "dedicated to the memory of sufib. Dofi_' Quln8boy. ... ,agedf, .year, & 0 '
been murdered aueh\ioQ l bove in the framing:-of.4iis'ndeusatioii' woron. .,- _.
,U I almost if not entirely cJM5 the its i\ave.deyotedthemselves ta her: : ",
wed in jis",they call.it/ or the ? 0
town to day io'good &nd : F.PbIb abbygeyeascrizi
laws, of this Slate frdm the embarrassment t tan.cter'hlch'kuas The Masonic Fraternity .
SPrltJ and loaded with kin'hviiieei4it.tch.'Lo. : Territory. stronger' service. 'Ab.BaWeras,a boy aged one year, den. '
Jjpon hunting gro'PJd, n: objections may be ur ed-against the sul* ; : !lab lrtd erer iincetbe never benind io. good works, we tition. i C "
:: 0
jectattextSie; policy an4'the ..jUJticemaJQ' of .g aL. dtpreisloij 'ih7thc .talttc perceive, have undertake an object .. B. freeoiA boy aged Xyear,deatitioa.,
Some of them are- ofl&d. c' .. BN.S.Parmaniier
: : Attest- ,
,at variance.With!the best nrineinWrules 's.nd .J ., ,, .. -.... .worthy'.of iheir:general cooperation c ..
It i.with regret tb** we perce'retthat ,'of the cpnttnori and'statute law ofBngUnd .- the'erection. OJ a .AOJ.DU-. i 0

the Wrtor.of the' Boston' CcnVmt. I has which'we adopted- in"this 0 FrtfiJlligeer. over the grave of .Washington at l 'Secretary. .

taken the troQble to notice ,:HII a nmPparenu Territory.' 'Others are in direct opposi The I.land, 'J6a -Tne l MountVernofl. We have for sometime -
;rph. : >.Britten wilh:no 1 other t'ontothe constitution, and laws' of the of. cQJ cpm ; of OMEidlt pertOBS luriag ca'.eithc
; of redemption '
; =
Lntea merce of the Northern and.Eastern despaired a oat betovgiig to the &1e1ui1e0vb;
OQ* to injure the yeM&t'ion4 : nitCd States,and exhibit an unwarrant : .
OUI'Utfcir ?htaltl Hewjtt'aarVthe 1 l ltheorautbority: by the LegiiU- States to the.Havana and r ports.inthe tht solemn pledge of this government p arimeiIt CthittZt' ;whidi. t- tib :"....

gume} to dilpl' Te t ertions. that I tive Council. ,Others again, are so re- Gulph of Mexico/as wellas to pay honors .due to the remains IUSWned.coDlider&bJeJnli: : hereby. :

1aC01i1WJtealthyzfld not'proper pago t to reason,equity and a wise policy I the constant trade between those I of thai illustrious patriot ;. .give notic ,tbat should'futareth6 aayfeespaa few.of the: .,
rotaN&YlJDepot i. .i'ather that if they continue in force in this the of &ee! kind beperpetratedih will
&lktheQ Stitei.an.1tbeCit,. of.N. Orleans, and, abandoning hope. be enforced in behalf of the United s'
for of time instead
'i oeon qib te t etWJDb: Ttrotpry, a length the -
his remains deposited in .
de&lh"here have.become of great importanceto ing against the personce cerned.A.
iu and improvement
The during th :.,PWgJeiice.of of its':advancing population .
Yellow } conCluding.with the it 0 must ioevitably< decline, our country, and every means centre of the,Capitol,which would W-tiAMILTON, C.Uett.r;

obscrntlah&t is tf say cnts about.z&. and finally snfcinto total rain. I .by which.. .security- ." ., !can-be- afforded- have been*. i is,-v every.:. respect! evil lc_: ,Pentacila, .Iu, 5, 1825 -2 -*tt : .' ,
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: '; JVeni'the WeeklyLovinana-, G NOTICED: ', .T ,.... .FRESH, "." : : V K -.tJiENUr..

: 'J; ijj ,. : j TQTHE /, 8ub8 :r> \,,;\
For c3rrngJekJI! $ P r lIlC Road:?. United will" Ste3 be ic. 7?.'i>:Jhchardtoit &JI:, ,T. lr at.thYnextUerrri ofthe. .A pi'ing' (100d8 :' l tqJ9.\l
allowing Post *, \.
on to'th! formed a Copa >lor Court for the Western "* Qj(30f'
Post Office( :
th Ceiieral BATING nc .
( iPeco1a
ceived a Business, the ic1 Pensacbla, for a! late ,, .
WasMngtonVchtil Saturday: the ; It. : I .Silbscri6.efh.as received. per : \ ,
Citv under THE
hereafter be conducted to dividitbe real estate- ,
IStli dafbfOctobtrYiert; inclusive. ; Ncw-YosJc and New '9the thn

IN FLORJDA. I,**, < Richardson' and Penniman. .Carlota HibyleCe11lk Orleans supply of Spring Goods, which,,. .

122. From? frfeacola, by ,the' .county /Tfi6 quantity contained of fid!in rti the cm L_ .f i and.:devisees. of'the'* :1 together! >ykfi JnVforaier. : 'stcck* ,make. ;'acomplete l.tJ1 JW4'S2N :
languages; saitlreil". Ib1e C; n r
seats of Gadsden,, Jackion, and ''Va1toU1. iette"and l|'e-matter'of.V nat nibered\ .lotS -U ;:;, ;; a r|!i.;'yiz' ,: .. :

:p. toflallahassee,9h ea'ttleek.' Monday at 6- solely interesting- the'.City.of .c .1o; .lt. k- .", "i Oiackug Hardware. viz Y egr9.1; .1lo.WsYi
eVery '
'Tallaba&ee v '
., Lf M e Kt'Pensafcola on *'nd'y leanaj have taken up so, much: } / ,'124-: 12&;,:12 .';1< ?!.: :}r : ives'7 orktt .' >', .
a.w.and nd .
Iqnins asb render if, ,a :matter, 'with K : ( "L .
.. ;, 122.: qgether u.SQ
bylOa f71. 3i lb F importance:to country subctib 1 ; '' ; :r r.. enoetKities: ,, ,
Leave'pensacoJa Y f1 f F:!On r.TueOay.J.t 2p.. der:these'circurhstancefe-; .,. 111. -lQl *. S.,;. :;:, dJ 1!' !!IP1.T. 1e stod Tea Spoops, fiJe .feetsx and.a h.1 lr if).
,' '
aiid arrif af'r Jatf'Sec: iriHuced the '1.. .;. '\ I': ; fdot d ,, lnghhu ( ta-
:. 172. to commence J I I" :. 1'ttlt.mlI ; : } lop 5svr4 OfiLLI
bJ'6J : 'Ta1& am Seafleg.i :i.'Wek1y Louisiana appurtenances'rtherebiKi-' ; :' :GiInbk'ts .Padlocksrcu;N&tuck :. ,p.r teL't'L 'Mud scat urIght .
'. : : e br') said lots: are ,now/ held .:,Sto&Lo c ;Claast &.' 'upboat'd.do-. I c --: 'l g1and alOflg hll
aml'billitoet.Augustine, once.mwrecks the.ftrst humber of which; they' icar On Lia.the
cQparcenaryby.Jepb :
Ferry i. Screw attvatithChiseh>> : right foot, next to his
237 *; ; ? *{ ; ? s ntto the :public. .Tlicy.! ,. ,Renjamin, ;Mana r. Files, Hammers; Coffee'Mills# '. H( :. first he says was occasioned hvlV0*'

I Leave Tallahassee' ;,every! Bother Wed der:this.paper replete jvitb \ a Hub}', .wh6'lijrVe! a Brass,i'wpodTand fent'ocks, a theater by a cut.ofbroad
*? a. ni.:3tew.-: A. u.. e big,to cqtntI'. subscriBersi,, to.the,same.-, ; i -
neday : *; and atofodierIzdw&re; ice.
: +: : :
\ ri& "doth
the next > y ; imp rtant. ftfreign! i'.this notice' < ,
tine ort jives as :.2 m
S ,
oth TTIeS*1 ge'nCC''pOlitreal'Uferaryi : ,.I' II.
L&ve StTAugustine every g ( Hupyi.ahdJpanrria, ; :<" .
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mIJ\ L1. 2cskolinahces
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day at 6 a. m; and arrive, .at; Tallahassee* Says and subjects as; apply, :; .behalf ..t'la! v?,:inen- '.' 4 asks v tin'wifce, assorted, .". ,1 'fivefeetci-rht inCfle..hike lu
Sunday by 6NOTES/> m. ., tlie.State.: ._ .' : L a scar: on his,left
the next : i ? ; ti n'is',tbibeniade. '!: Blacb \ith'a:'bello>;; vices_ 'anvil arhi,-1 i bIIq
j .
v t'I '- 'Ytshall} ertll.. our'physt ; Jds* ''Orbz. i1.nd'hmd hammer says wasoccasioncdBrpn'sori b th
; .. Sledge tSwedes e us.
Vellcctiikl noculation-for
Postmaster inay nrgiesincider ' 1 the
:1. The .General. p? : : "' ./. kine
,. : 'for- Vender tliis the Br'r'-l Gua4 Irohf 9tbr a IZ;
: the rnail;. and alter UieYimes paper-wortby ; ; identifyinntkL
t pedite do.
"' ''' : 5th, 1825.-1S--8t;" Foolscappaper, wrapping CICERO, saji thai:
a diseriiing public'A
time.during- >
.-. arrival and departure'at! any Bar Lead Gunpowder. MW.M forty-ooe
,'1..1' :', t the continuance<6f the contractile pay- t should be a man abilities, Or llr.en.l\ old and that he \\;S.soJd by the sl :

.\V' ing an adequate compensation for, any ex i: and firmness. lie should pCJ & \ 15 Cases Dry ,Godfls, ,viz :* of Sumpterville District;South carof!!
**.* tra that maj.occasioned. there i liabits ofindustry which are <: : of flour being 86,50 per as1: the property of :.Richard Rid :'

;;:. i by.expense And he. reserves the rght) to abridge the labour of collecting rate of bread shall be, .Ready made clothing, Captain .Joscp'Uicbbaugb,:who ,:
:., : contract made under this advertiseJf unrelenting vigilance! which is 37 ounces for a bit. Domestic ticking: checks, to'a Mr. Hichardson.BYWAM "

:,4 'I.! any xnent when he thins it proper, ami to'deW the wing ; that sullen merciless of the Mayor, Cambric muslins chintz, says ,that he is fort1

;; :r'; duct from the compensation at thee'ratio that suffers nothing to escape, : S. Par man tier.Sccreiarj.. Fine Madrass handkerchiefs. yeary oldandthat. he belonged to

*;:4?: paid under the.contract, for lessening the equally scorns tp tak?, or to g\e| Fine silk flag do. Sumptervilie Distncti S. Ca) .

s ); duties of the contractor. 1 ,, ,, Without: these, qualities ., ( ,10th, 1825. Fine cotton hose, do. half do. was hold; by the heriff.to. a Mr. Smith C.an4

\v,, .2.. fen; minutes shall be allowed for o1 \1 most useless and in some nJt' French shawls, osnaburgs, They both. l. that they were run
I indeed belaid create it. ; O'\\t, Pins, needles, thread from South Carolina fi'
penihg'and\ closing the mail, 4ull'oflices may ; by white men,
* } tor should the talent of << Superb gilt buttons &c. soldj.them Alabama. "bo.
,f., vhere' nb particular time is specifiedi'" possess anc offered
.*..; '3. For every thirty 11nute delay of.co nbinin ,'of char ng' home. ; settlers and others, 10 cases black u 001 hats, them one hundred dollars each to t
in gnatioa that t'len ttIO..U.t! waste on thefiublic 1 do. white do. thmg.about it, but &aVRo.
, .": (unavoidable accidents excepted: ,]) arming : ., were obliged to take
SUhU1t re60untls trpm do..beaver, do. them.back and
after the time in fiercest refund the
: the contractor: shall -forfeit five. like the d.rt: ot rrith'rroni the' I t who .. I children's morocco do. ed fir them ; they then left t1nother recei
'" : persons. ar guilJy \i
dollars ; and if the delavVohtliiue Until Ne ptblrnus; H /;hJ\11a IJ( on la1dSl.ofHie: :United 6'trunk3' : men's calfskin brogans, a white man, who brought lheDlto

. : K tbe departure of any depending, ,rtialf, firmness, ivhicli contoluu j.>v ihe [ "c'mmttin "waste on,: public l ?do. Ladies ilorocco, do. P enaco.a.
; whereby trip.ls lost, a fOJ'Jeitute.o.fdoule -' pf ITS ground, ilia.i tirjuHi'M \; 9 t : cb>' notified! ,:that measures ..\Lsq i F. S. Chapman.
V allowed thc' fitils of success, iifyt.v. Inch \ '\' : .
the amount carrying1 | for
: | t'n :rigid enforcement 100 barrels'.
"' :.1 ., mail'one trip, shall: be incurred: unless it L. conquervV; tiiaijinnness, \\'llI ; i United Mates in such cases Whiskey, I j F. Commyns,
., Ihut Uhe dela'yvas rior mind promptly. feels, in l ; 25 barrels' Flour_ I
: shall be made to appear conciousness of the'we-alth'and \ \ !, they are h.e.rebyor. i City Constable,
; \ occasioned by; unavoidable accident ;; fr.om such; offences' >rth r. 2 hLds.'Sugar, Pensacola,July 22d, 1835-21-tf.
:f.t: in which case the amount of pa} for a trip 1 of it resources i| (1. they wil| l .prosecuted -
. forfeited. ..It falS tp our.lot.to possess I 30 bass Coffee. -
Will be of the .
J rigor h w. ..
: ;t I ..MUSEUMFofelgn
share of ubuve
." proposals'"nre ref sfDal1. any gfl :
4. Persons ithe 'l\ H.
; my hand t. city: of ,Allen.
. quired to slate their prices-by the! 'year site quathcatIo--lMIt we ,. : the 24th day March, 1825. Of ? Literature
readers be'deficient in April 15, ,1825. and
; who contract will receive their not to .. I
Y" piv those quarterly: 1 ,the months of May der, our paper worthy of val (; I (:xeo. Graham' Science.

; and }' bruar\, one 'The \\ eekly.Louisiana of the General Land OJli e. x
;. ujt, 10cnl er (: !
.. Auj ) Goods. E. Uttellj Publisher, 88
I f month. ,after the expiration. of each quar- published every Saturday:; : 8-tlj. Spring CKeumftt.p.' r"
..% ere sent oflt() subscribers sn the ITjis composed entirely, as its title Jm-
. V i 5 other than 'a free white person. Sunday morning's mnil-this e & Preserves. of selections from foreign .

:.;: &|)kll be employed l toiarry: the mail. will enable subscribers to green Havana 6'ofi'ee, STONE & NISBET, j'als.[ A few words may show 'that-it it

, ; 6. Where; the proposer intends convey intelligence from different cs preserves a sort 'd. in however, far from being :Adverse to*6ar

. ':'' tbe mail in the body .of a.sstage. carr of the country. hox, received per Schr. A- HAVE received per brig St. Clair from own: institutions or Kterature-rand 'that

*. :\ riagehe is desired to state it in his proposals I Persons* in the country who tyalvina. and tor,sale' by 1 on tIe..coiitraryitinzy have: an"important

.*. "* ; and'the stage must be'of'' sufficient to become subscribers to this C\\Qne ,k. "\-.K- t.. i t t Dfft Packages merchandize, contain effect preventing-. the'dissemination rf

:; '', siz ,.unless otherwise expressedrto please give .us notice througu I Wvlr ing a, han lscme assortment Idabtrines! in 'discordance with'theprino.

, +; conveniently convey seven passengers Masters of their respective to ; :HONT, : funcv..and'staple" ._ articles.suited to the season plesupon whicli ouf society is cohstrtotel

. .i2:r\ 7 Every proposer may ofier injns bid, they desire it, we will f w deeds 'bills of_: 'sale;. I viz : .5 .I Some of the British': Reviews' and l j.zines .
pow I
4..T. y to make improvements tnetrsnsportaI pers commencing with thetiist ; dtorieV, bopds:'.&c. iii the Printed muslinvarJ s qualities, .are:reprint! in,Jhis icoohtryactlyras l cx.
;\ *." tion of the mail I; from the terms invited, This//paper wit be pub ; I fonns 'and attend"';to. 4-4 London chintz > w they appear at home, they a

il : '..either 'to the mode of'.transporting' it, week in the.English Language, : ,I which: ,. conmiitfed afiy!to Fancy prints: chintz shawls, < Well (as those. ,which"'are' not published
maYbe .
*sr; the speed required,'or the frequency ot warded to bubscribers nvc aiid ? cant1, Cambric handkerchiefs: ,' / herej embrace,much'matter oflittle interest .

. i- .., the trips per,week-which 'shall receive annum payable: inadvance. or .. terms.liis-accur, .8 tuu ,l in Kobe pat'terris, do. coloured flounces; [ and no advahta eto' ourreaderjiiji"whic

:i .. due consideration." lars' per sinnbnths, to be ; ,renders an" ttppHcution ri. Leno, book:ftn* <3 jaconet'muslins, i is hotimfreqnently fitted to vitiate
:>''f '. ; The number of the. post route shall bit vance.' for tliose""wlio be i 9-8irtd' 64ubricsjMuslijiatuzn'hndk : their literary tasteV.their.morals,and tits-

".4;; fatIin every V>te'and the propX: l m Richardson & Pennitnan, 5'w: .instrument tnay'"writ; : rchiefs, political pnnciples. 1 But while it cttrwe
..: 1 ,"* be caled'ahd.'dirtcted to the ,General spacious building.formerly btt any recorded.! "1 'bite and coW merino &. cas! mere. be denied that there is inall these foreip

S ',;. '. post Office,andi:;ndorsed "PropcVo/.",> ,Cjly"Hotel,iIk1)o9restreetf, b : .: shawls, -.c I journals. large part which consist of

. :; ;l. strIct attenUqn..must; be given to tlie :iial and (JustomhpUBe streets, "'S SALE. '. :' Silk, scarfs,'do. long ,sha'. assorted, details) and speculations which are uD&-

...; '. endorsement as' it is hot intended to the Daily aedVeekly papers : C 10 fed lace, scarfs and h'kfs, teresting to American .readers,;' or BOJ.chieyous .

. :, break.the.&eal: of any proposal until the gularly issued Court.'.Went Florida. 5ilfc,hose, white .arid col'd bordered .:in their political or'moral tea.
( lime for receiving bids shall ha\e expi Having consolidated the Boon, (L-'nt'x 7, .- cravats, dency, it is equally.certain that a consi
. : I :. red. tale Orleans Gazette, and the i I vs. fit fa. Printed and white, Marseilles derable portion of their contents is ofgenenrtj .

8. The Postmaster General reserves 0 Gazette, they have four Shackleford.j Blue. and yellow.nankeens.' application of interest and nfce,

' ::4. himself the right declaring any contract and a general ,assortment of : this execution, I shall pro Linen Drilling with i 'col'd silk stripes, and that'they embrace much that is in a

Vi ut an end, whenever one.failure happens, are prepared execute all, sell at Public; Auction,, for ,nutation,. do. very :jhigb degree interesting and curios,
, : which amounts to the loss of a trip. Printing consigned to them, % the first day'of Novem, Vuspenders, cotton"n cassimeres, "..practical:: sound and able-refinedaad

..".1 Di The distances stated arc such as have and accuracy. | 12 o'clock, a't the Court t 7-8 Irish Lawns, elegant;; much that will excite, t&ccjjbt

'\, tiecn'1: mmunit d to- this office; and Pensacota Book [ la, the following real I 7-8 unJ 4-4 Irish linens,.in whole and and jrefirie t ,' m3gination..tha :.wi '

, lv. iLThem may be incorrect.1: On this occupied by Wm. 'McVoy, lithfpi ces, I ."raise the genius and mend 'the itht tf
.r subject Ee contractor, must. inform himself remainder of tlie unsold land I 5-4 Irish"heetings, linen damask, And When we consider that the'gtetephildsophers ;

...- 'i,( the,.'Department will not be anwerable received per Brig St. I.I eight Hundred arpents, ad. 3-4 do. diaper linen tickings, and .8tat Smeli; 'as'tfeftupoeU

t \l' for any. mistake. I JUST from New-York, and City on the east and front Ladies' cotton hose,'assorted, criticks,and all other men 'bfC( -

'. : ; JO. .No bid shall be withdrawn after the above,an additional assortment }', granted to Francis- White and coloured cotton half hose, wture, now find:theperiodical.prea'ttevchaniel

, :.,,.. t'; timejpr eceivirigbids shall have expired, among which are the following conveyed by acts of sale Bibbed white do. | .through which their opinions cube
:;:: :1 and should any person refuse to take Ole 'NEW { ; together with all the Russia diaper crush, Sec. &c. conveyed to.the' greatest number tt
' s,. contract at his bid, he shall be held re-. !J, consisting of 6 cases gentlemen & boy's:beaver):' men !it will appear very evident, that *

.4\ '*ponsible-to the Department, for the dif .Rothelan, a Romance of the ...-... castor and roram hats.STORE kno4ledge-ofwhat{ is thus ,.written and

. .*-,.;:. ference between his bid and that at which, lories, DWELLINGHOUSES :: :, :: AND .IN donejabroaJ is.necessary tp the luecos.
i '1' the contract-shall be made. No Stanhope's Letters on Greece ::
$ decisions g.
J '. ; ; ( g ful cultiyation o our own literature,and
': .4.' on bids shall be made known and 1824. with Documents on .. .. Gentlemen's and Ladies' boots and "
'. '. before ,the_ I p shoes assorted important to the politician, scholar and .
Revblution and the life of
: 17th of October, The assignment.of any! ,-All Houses &c. &c. Brown and bleached shirtings and' man.?f business. as well as to him vha -
'i$ contract without the consent of the Post*; other tract of land, con- reads only for-amusement.
master General shall forfeit it-arid in Buchanan's Sketches of the hundred Durand sheetings
: :' arpents on S Plaids and stripes, checks, dowjas To| persons ,who. reside a distance
all cases where application to make ,a rican Indians, with ,a plan \ County granted to An
Osnaburgs blue and.brown domestic from great depositories of New Boob
transfer is made, the terms.must be fully lioration, and by him conveyed to this:
stated. Theodoric, Tale. and other goods, stout for negro clothing, and ewInventions, a work conducted
t f and a variety of olher.dry goods. upon thisvplan is peculiarly important u
11. The Thomas
contracts arc to be in operation Campbell, tracts, of land adjoining
On. frt jSuperiorcld Madeira Wine in bottles affording to them of keeping
on day of J uiu.t&ry tvt, and can. The Cook's Oracle,* containing opportunity
granted to Lewis
tinue one for Plain Cookery,.&c.'&c. & Gag Madeira 'L'enei-ifle'andsweet Malaga pitce in some degree with the progress
I .Lopez, and them
; by
year.John M'Lean Biography of the British Stage this defendant, containing, Wine in qr. casks. jof knowledge, at a very trifling el

Lives of the principal Actors arpents each AND pens of money or time.
Postmaster :
-' General. tresses, When it is added that most of the Jil -
General suit aforesaid, ,to the A good,assortment of
pay Groceries.
The History of Matthew thousand three hundred rature of the clay is not easily accessiBIeifl t !
JTathington CieJviIg 14, 1825. author of Valerius &c. 82 cents, with interest and .April th, 1825. any other than this form to our families
Hal lam's View ,of Europe, it will readily 4>e acknowledged that S
.4 Information will be sold to
needed satisfy the OnnNAci
by an Old Middle Ages, : Ihl'A.ur'1ENT.IIrqsti work, conducted upon the" plan of&
The ;igton, 4th June 1825.
I Soldier. Spanish.Daughter, Musnlnijmay.bein a very considerabledegre'e
.q, I. The Human W. Davison, PROPOSALS will be receive How fat
J The undersigned served in the Revolu. Heart, ,SEALED interesting or valuable. ,
: i I,' tionary War in the The Highlanders, a Tale, Sheriff Ea. County Department until the 31st this Jburn has been successful in to
Virginia line, in of July
day next, for
.j it, ;, theinonth of February, :1777, in Captain Scenes in Kurope, Scenes in Pensacola, Cann m'b1Js furnishing' the deavoncg merit these appellations
following viz
Holdman Ri e's, to The Blank Book ofa small .-17-lamts. Seven' thou- must be determined by the public;aw
company guard the anJ fne hundred 24
.l-: trdbps'of General Burgoine, who were Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th S Balis to be delivered at pounder Fort .Cannon: the rapid increase of the subscription! list
prisoners of war He was in said compa 10th volumes OLJl. near Newcastle Delaware. i Is themost gratifying proof of success.

:4 ny about eight months, when he .was TOGETHER WITH : Six thousand 24 1 Terms Subscription.A .
transferred pounder Cannon
to Paley's Works
Capt. Merriweather's complete in 5 month
: pany 'where'he com Rollins an order of the Hono Balls, to be delivered at New. Orleans.. '. number is published every :
served' Ancient
4 ii fifteen .months,- History, 8 vols. and'the subscript on'p ce is1 Six Dollars
. Col: Francis The Balls are.to'be cast in iron
} moulds
Taylor 8 Court Jackson
commAdeItiigi. Plutarch4J.ives; vols. of year, payable in advance. (A number
:. 1 ment while he was In'the service: and tie- Josephu &Works, 6 vols. / BE SOLD and to be delivered on.or before,the first 120 8
was honorably dibchargedjon the lIau1tcanpn I day of October, 1826. They will be inspected pages ,
S : 2d May, Pargatives, It, will be sent free postage K' eery
, ti 1779. 'He wasaso attheslege of York-: Armstrong on Typhus }ever, ] Irigtost BiMfcY, at die manufactories d at the 8ubscribersb' he continues tOP
of long
Jlirier i the. United
.1 town. .Ifthere'is anyperson 'still/afire : and 'flUYIe"t"f8, expense States; but they are "
\ his OriU .' Practical Wednesday after the third to be delivered at theplacesmetjonc inadvanc'e.TheMuaeumbeganinJuly.7
\\'bo'u1tlrove :
he Chemistry ,
hopes they by in. OctOber. 1822., a
next, at ,the .
S will give information. Powel on Contracts at the .cost and risk of the
Mr. contractors.
S ; WnV Itound-' JK, the Seat .of Justice for .. ,all the bacfc:numbers. maybe obtained! ontheaboveconditions.
tree and : Morse's
; MrDanjel New'.Gazetteer .The
Kncevtvwho; a few' of"the lots proposals should be made separately -; .
t : years ago,'lived in 'ercer.County,. ,Ken. W&lk'er's Dictionary,Octavo i" part'' ;.. -, or. .said' for eitchL: parcel, and" should state Oj/'Subscr1ptions: : receivedat- this office,
tucky were in the same company, with Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt thepriceperpound/ "' -. '*". '
vhere be
him Sa1.-Tenper cent. in ad- a number seen _
but he cannot learn \\'h Thompson's Seasons 01 "Pers6ns '
I: th'cylhavc I gilt in six and twelve: disposed tQK ofTer proposals rill
:'- : I removed to.From his age and helpless Beauties of Shakespeare,' do. be furnished,'oiv application with the di Exchange on New-York-
? J he needs the friendly'assistance Campbell's Poems, do. flcnlionsoL the ,balls
; be made on. the receipt'of : ; and :the .reguli-:. rsuflis io suit' parchasert
tirbiiicuny. ,
xminicated to Colonel Information ,will .i>e com Heryey's! Meditations, do. ,: "- tionsfor inspeQtingthem. ..... : :.,FORsale.in .\.. '
Pilgrims' "
I;N Yellow Banks, Davies Stephen: Ogden, Pope's Works,2 Progress vols., / do. Chippla is situated on tfie I OEO.. l101U'.01tD. Rr..vt'''..Col_ ;'.: ': 'one&jsbet.Jaii.14thi825. :: .
by:mail on this l business.m county-, Kentucky, do. of.the river of ,the sanic .' / on Ordnance Seryice. '; .
Lights & '
Shadows of "
Printers .
m -- head o"navigation,..and ad: of the" Laws :bf tfie- United _
; i ;t; : '
: JJay.jd 'Chancellor.NOTICE ALSO, and fertile lands; on' a States are desired to publish? .the for gc).

!tIl. : .23d,1825.. The Sorrows of Werter Vocal ', commanding a view ing once'a efoyfiye-. wrecks,' and. to $STATION. + .

tl' Lit: ? of Franklin, Paul and round_ it, and the prospect transmit, to .this Deparimervt, with 'their ',. ?USTreceivedand forsale I at'lJasS rt.-
VVilliamTell, Gulliver's 1'r : accounts, on. of the ;
good pajcrscontaiiiin .
; \" wateri. not surpassed. : g, sacdla :Store;, a; "
i I .1 ormeHon.hirt1)ygi) W, Tlut a the net nn W. Liasell of the Territory.Thos. the advertisement. IA1f: -,;' : .:! ,-" 1qdi .,

rt.7'"':: present' the accounts the.CoUhty and vouchei: Court:,1 and will April 12th, 1825.Mail : H. Hull, J l.1-.w: '., ''\ : : s.,: stije4or i' 4u 1it!,

l *t .'znak&ajial. etUemcntof the estate of Dep. Cl/e. C. 'c. STONE" &JSISBET,:" ; t. :Lett., ... P p .r )V a r
J' Giles late Jackson d
:Newton of,Pc saco1a" deceascd. : County. nr AVE for sale '100. bbls. !J: ';.i 11' 1 & re 1I
Wh key '
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tCf $ /( on Thursday at 3:1'. ) of the }Florida Intelligencer 1 60 bags Cofiee .I 1.t. e'rilJiCA.r' '

r John 'iJiI. Closes on Friday 10 A. above an insertion once a 4 hhds. .' ,. ,S" a1ino. r .da.ua, Robert of & 20 bbls Sugar ,. '.. .,- ::0. ... -:: ... ': ", ,
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i :fdnUlU'tratr.ii to the Clerk's forward 4'qr. casks, ), Sweet and: Dry ; : ,Office #.r: : < '
: Feb 24tb1825-Jl-lff Post in 8 half do, S.'A1 l
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; '. ;.. : 21-laJlts, American do. &;. ke. Mav,- 14th 1825;
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