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 20, 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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-VOL. II. 'PENSACOLA, SATURDAY,. AUQUST,20.182S.: : :,. j. ; N:.o. 25.' -

PUBLISHED EVERY SJf7'URDJfr, j I tent jurisdiction, its' ignorance, congruityj and fitness 'of things j'feel themselves reciprocally! bouqd j The act- ,Congress of 1824, '; ; ii :,.

BY '\" HASELL HUNT, and misjudgments, furnish no sufficient would seem; to forbid, exercise": by'it. A course ',of common, interests peals most of the. enactments're-of

SOLE"EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, grounds for the interferof such {authority in any other .will.make them respect it. 1822 and 1823Vestablishes: three # '

pb der of the/xz 7D* oft e United States ence of any foreign Tribunal. than the Courts'of'the' Nation.In .- The property of a Cuizehr"of theUnitc'd Superior Courts ,Fldrida .
Sv8scRiprio and of the Territory-Year of Florida.5, These arising in the exercise of a.. prize questions''ttieir' exclusive : States, saved by a 'British authorizesthe Governor", and

Half year 3, defined and legitimate authority, I jurisdiction is undisputed. In salvage subject and, carried' before their Council to' establish inferior .
I M'
Quarter year 2, I can only be revised by the Courts I cases, frequently involvingthe maratirne1Courts for an award of Courts and Justices ,of the Peace I ?

Single paper twelve and an half cents. of appellate jurisdiction in the rights of foreigners, it seems salvage will in do case be made to 'defining*jurisdiction of the "' tIn

AD Subscriptions ERTUING-I-payable in Advertisement advance. country in which they take place. properly to belong to the National pay more than a 'moiety of its v.al- superior(Courts, >,it refers to "tbepOwers' ;. ..:

than If such errors, ignorance and mis- Courts, ':rather than to those of ue. This"he knows Is.. the maxi. 'and
J'Rakir A' not more twelve lines first j authority 'vested by ,.
tc1"th; one dollar, each subsequent insertion judgments are acquiesced in by State or Territorial origin. Courtsof mum of loss, to'which his'misfortunes Congress in',the Court for ,'Ken ,
iifty cents ; longer ones in propor- the suffering party, and not ap- Admiralty are Courts in whichall subjected hfm.; and. ,on lucky D"3 strkt.. The Court: for ,. !'i.i :.

t.o.i. Huh: and figure work double price pedled{ from to some higher Court nations{are interested-"They. a principle of reciprocity a Bri. 'Kentucky District
for the/ first jnsl im,. Amounts tine ford'C'rtjin exercises all j: ,
: ;; payable always on demand.A capable of correcting them, they are Courts of all times, and all na- tish subject. would'stand upon the, the powers'of a Distric Court of t:11 :

liberal deduction made to those who arc irrevocably binding upon the tionsollSerjeant same footing in our cour'.'., 'I reed the U. S. [embracing emphatically :;

aJvenie b> the year. parties interested, and upon the in his Constitutional hardly aSK wl l r her'the same. 'fiyp( exclusiveladmirnltv and maritime MI.IJ uW'jurisdiction' i;

All con.nunicatioiu: to the Editors world. They established by Law, says : How far'' the jurisdiction and !established 'principles: :would_ : :It hence follows that' ; :

: t lJ s post,fui'f, or they' will be attended I the competent power of the Court, I, of the 1 Federal Courts is I govern States" and Territorial tlCoum superior Courts for Florida : lt:
Jo of not JL: suits Sus I ;
convenience.M9 'ntl
II. ,_-.-,---- .- --- .... .... however much abused that power rendered exclusive, liy the wordsof upon this, or any other within their' *' 'respective limits

I J {J.1IJ ()P l&il()./\: : may be, and the acquiescence of the 3d article: ,.is not specifically maratime subject. It rould not possess 'all the powers of the other .:;: .

,:=----=- --..........-...- i I the parties immediately conc+ rn- stated, except as we have seen be expected Thus: ewe' see the District Courts of the Union. 'I jj J : .:
1-"nII' southern J'atnot.L.'i cJ. It thence follows that if the that it is exclusive all
as to cases reason of the What theta it '
thing be
strpngly in, fdvor asked did '
1 may ,
U..lJ'ED : OF .1tLlllC.l, q. : ,:
subject be within the constitution- admiralty and maritime of
purls.diction"And the exclusive intend '
IN jurisdictionof Congress by giving the i t .
Tin): -\D 1\11 R\I.TY. : : :; :
South Carolina i3trJct. al powers of a Court, .and its d- further, treating the' Admiralty Courts of the I Governor!and 'Council a power to ., !

mined jurisdiction, no impeach- the jurisdiction of the Dastl'ietl United $taes. But ii establish, Courts ? ;.
inferior The
The Am<:rc:1n and Oceanlasrace 1 not this an !i : ,
merit of its Decrees can take place Court of the United States ** As I : t'
; : question
: Oompauies of | independently: I of all, reasoning swer.is obvious-to enable them 11 ;;;
:\cw"York, Libel for l !by! a furei ; Court. It also neces- Court of Admiralty, the District : or expediency, settled. by to create a number of minor and 1 j. :
'N. f estitlttioll,, sadly follows that *)J1 the Decrees Court has, under the constitution : the Constitution of the United subordinate Tribunals such i

r =56 bales of Cotton, and I of a Court constitutionally dcfrcar laws, inclusive' original States and the exist in the as '?
Di\icl Canter.Ciuger J i cognizance judiciary act, passed other States of ihe Union 11 J1 :
i.nd PI iolcat: Proctors the, and possessing no jurisdirtlon in cUsvs of salvage and asa in pursuance of ii'? The Con- '; Courts of Ordinary, CorporaLion ; f
over the subject matter, maybe consequent it has pover.to dfitrminc slitution declares 'I.the Courts and i;
for Lcin .!aiets. : & judicial a multitudeof !' t',
impugned and disregarded by ti> wno-.n the rcsicuv: c,_ sbaltexlendVo others'.
power which111
King uiid Giidsden; for chi'macs. all cass I suggest it; !i ak'u
foreign judiciaries on the ground the: ': after deducting the of Admiralty' I
pr pert) \ and 'Maritime; themselves to every on'p. Is it ;; :;

of that the proceedings have been salt age, belong" j jurisdiction- iid "'t(he judiciary possible to! believe that the Leg's- 1 ;
Lee. t
Opinion ?
Judge !
tl coram nun judice." In the case 'of Hunter's Lesser, of '
act 1789 enact:*. hat the District laiure of the Union could have gli
The !liuel aHet t's that a certain These well 1 XV heat Judge' driverin.x| j
positions seem so Story CourlsshaH! hate, ,xclusiv'ely intended create District Courts 'P I
quantity ,.i Cotton insuredYorpv in New settled at the present day, ahhoughembarras'3ingly the: opinion tfhe courl, thus expresses of the Courts of the several States, variously:.organized, in the same 'I.r -;,, :

t was: ihippt-d I ( from NewOr unsettled for, a ve- \ himself, : The admiraltyand original cognizance of all civil 1 Territory, for the trial ,of !\-d mi- l;t

leans fur ILvrvdeGract'itt France, ry long,period, from the time of maratime' juiisdiction j which causes of Admiraliy and mara rally an'd' Maritime causes ? :II M

and was wrecked on the Florida I me decision in the case of Hughes embraces all'quesiions'; : of prize and time jurisdiction." Nut htnK \\jberewasthenecessity. for, doing
Coast, from which it was ,saved 1 I and Cornelius in Show- and) can ;lf
reported salvage, ,also maritime torts, be more explicit'than this; Sc if this ad.sa4 experience shown -r"l
and earned into Key West, where er, until within few contracts and offences is of"the: ; ;
II very years, enactment. is constitutional, the ,them the,.insufficiency of the'Dia'j'
it was condemned and sold by virtue that I will not dwell them samt' exclusive "
upon ; cognizance question seems to' ,oe at rest-If riot. Couns; vi .he United States, \ ::
(it'a decree oft Notary and a single case will aflord Mr. Justice Nott of this '
a State
strung 'there is any concurrent in I'or-that purpose ? This does not jJ| t'
five Jurors under the authority ofan illustration.! Suppose during a speaking of! tin e. judicial power .
p'Jwt ceded State Courts over such subjects it appear ; 1 cannot therefore bring |ri [
Act of the Governor and Coun- state of, War the 'Circuit Court to the United Sacs by the is in those States where nay tnmd to.believe Xhat they l;,
such ever
tip: of t;:.a'1'rr, itoi'y, Approved 4lhJuly of the Unhed States were to takeor.ginal constitution, j says : ., The last was exercised before authority the- had. so absurd. an intention' or ..1/ .II, I..:,!'

: liJ23. It I'urtherullegesthathe t i cognizance of a question description of, case included: in adoption; of the constitution. I. ever carried. ,... U. into execution. .. ;!J

Cotton thus insuredvas a- of prize, and proceed to condemnation this list, is ;c .s's of ad .irah y These preliminary points being The provisions of the acts of Con '" lj'gress ti":
1)idoni'd to the Underwrite, the and sale and thus sold and
a Ship
jurisdiction. These examined and disposed of for Ue government of that flji.
we ,
LibMll4tus, and accepted by them, | and purchased were, libelled for cases, springing! but of the source will now inquire under what au- Territory are. consistent, and harmonious '!tr
pru\s lesiituuon on) the giound restitution h
in the from
Admiralty whence most of our collisions ;hority the Territorial Court of with tne general judiciary ,
of condemnation by a Court of incompetent Courts of the Country of the c.p- with foreign nations' might! be expected Key West held plea of this case. system uf the Uni.ed Stales. m.tu t t i

The jurisdiction. lured owner'would the sale under to atise, it uas equally! necessary Immediately, it must he admitaedund..r This Court therefore at'Key West (tit:
Claim of David!
Canter is the Decree of the Circuit ( and
Court, proper thai those Isoshould of under
an act the Governor and exeicisiug a Magistrate dt ,
purchase directly, and at change the property rid, vest ant be confined to the tribunals Council of the and Freeholders and :
Territory. Whether j
second hand of the said Cotton, a l interest in 'the purchaser 1 ? The of :he generalKOteninivnt.( :-.m this act is a continuation of Maritime jurisdiction, }is a strange |,t. I l'

the sale made of it at Key \\' tst foreign court inquiring into the I. believe it is so universally admitted the law which existed' anomaly lai.s
on jurisprudence'/ ;
1 the ,
as ahegt u by the ,l..ib HanJs. TheLib circumstances, nd the right of inquiring that the Stale Courts hve in the Floridas whilst thee very' coLstr.ution it is l 'ale-to !,'

1 and answer: contain, much other is now conceded 'on all jurisdiction; over admiralty and were under the Government o f 1real'ooj1Ctlona.t id composed l; It

miller. un.i a more minute hands, and finding that the Circuit mal itimt' uses, that: 1 will no Spain, is not known to the Court of any Notary or Justice, and"'of'a tf fjit
relation of circumstances, which Court of) the Unhed States longer dwell o'n: :he If'
possessed subject. Such 'a law, if it existed, was abrogated Jury chosen !from a soviet limited l
m be if
The lay 10 necessary no original admiralty jurisdiction authors of cite 1 Fedt'rulist1heablr by me cession of that Territory in its population, and it may tor

case has been argued with would pronounce it to be st commentators on the con and the subsequent be so ldrn'liird with the sulfurs i s
great z.:al and ability, and is' onLntOr.g + an act not warranted the constitution legislation ;
; by stitttticn- of '
speaking the jurisdiction of ihe United, Stales. The as to render the administration< ot ]11
; those innumerable cases of hat Court, and would of trie United States Territorial justice insecure and ;
Act of 1823, emanating very unsatisfactory. L !
which arise from lt
the rapidly progressive decree restitution. Quoad that Courts and .
advance of particularly: of those from the Governor k Council, c:"r- This is'n"ot mere speculation I IJ,
our country, subject it would possess no other cases which original on the high tainly established on the part of the Court.
an Admiralty .11;
and! the temporary 1 }, and perhaps{ 1 ; power than that of a self constitut- seas, and are of admiralty and mrillttrlurisdlctiosay' Court jurisdiction so far The evidence in this very case has j-1 ,t)
add as relates
lit has '
ay y'L'. ed tribunal. But it has been said
"ihis to circumstances L
point t tI to wreck and salvage. It brought light
passed to :I.l'et such a state ofMany li.a. tne unlawful : will demand ,.,
proceedings lilt
( 'e animadversion speaks throughout of Salvage winch will ,warrant the opinion Inave 11
thin{s. such a Court would hive been corrected The most bigMed idolizers ol I it ; expressed. !UImagtstra
contemplates a proceeding in he" presiding t,
points have been made
by anppe1 to a higher: state authority ;have not thus far rent (the distinguishingfeatures e' was the judge who S!:
and elaborately argued which J'J Tribun .l 1, and that a sale made'' shown
a disposition to deny the of an Admiralty Court) and al- condemned-the ''auctIoneer who I:

seem a remote to me an to: Uc have uion no to other the that caselvjunncr n !j under the Decree of a Court even national.1 j-i'liLia1 J' y, the cognizanceof Iho' exceedingly vague and indefinite aold-and the put' chaser at .the '. ..
; such power, when acquiesctd'in maritime causes. Th, sale of some of the and: \
1 se sogenerally in of Its intends properly .
cons. e 'atian. [Hie simple) j jquestion enactments !( J
for decision by the party aggrieved depend upon the law of to authorize the award of a hovtcver fair and upright his cha'i Hi.
my strip1pedofall ought not to be invalidated, nations, end so be and 1 shall
commonly) affect portion of the thing saved, or of racier may ( not,attempt :

wneiher the extraneous Territorial matter, is, end un innoceutiturchaserbemad v the rights of Foreigners, that its proceeds. No man can read to impeach;) it must be ,

Court at to suftrr. The only reply to this they fall within the considerations its various provisions withoutbeing auuiitied, that he was exposed '

KeyVesl, consisting of a Notaryu argument which I deem it necessary which are relative to the temptations by his multifarious I
public I
; .d five Freeholder : struck with these characteristic .,,i
: or Jurymen.xvu5 "
to make is, that the doctrineof 1 1
peace. occupations that which
I i features. It certainly pl.ce,
uch Court wants I 'Ui
> a as was competent I I Meuke and Overt is not recognized Thus we see the authorities ol I I precision-it directs, after the ought to be avoided. It is in evidence ,
to the trial of this award r
the subsequent condemnation case, and! the in the of United States, and this State, and!, of the United I or decree is made that it be too, that the Defendant was rl '

consent the party cannot StallS, concurring on this written to by bim"aud advised to I
sale of the Cotton in point. transmitted to the Clerk of the
dispute. give jurisdiction to Court
The constitutionally Salvage cases are peculiarly of ad- Superior Court of the District attend the sale.
question here, and defective. The maxim miralily and niaratime jurisdiction &c. It would seem from this 1 have inflected much on this
upon; which the case turns is one: of caveat applies in all I l
emptor ; they arUejou\ the high seas, ,clause and requisition that no fi subject, God knows that have nodisposition ,
some delicacy, and uhich every its force toj purchaser under and aft decision i '
ofth..m to
is inter- arrogate
nal betaken under any power
to thof
Court 1 step was e
mubl fed much reluctance such circumstances. 1 hold it fI
lobe esling! tojll nations which does not belong to this
it ; uniformity award or decree, until directed by
drciding upon. That comity well established law, that if a decision and fiord: Court, or to interfere with the I
principles by the Clerk. There is nOdlrect I
authority -
which to a certain exteni is due nail is dragged before a Court i incapable which de.r I
+ es on these subjects to make a sale of the lawful exercise of power by flitters
from one judicial tribunal! to another : from its want of urlsdl should be property
c- regulated), are of the adjudicated, although it ; but 1 do not hesitate to

] adds somewhat to the unpleasantness lion to try and determine the case, last importance' If every S! to inferred from the words in maybe the say, that if my mind had even ba- l .f

of the duty which 1 h't his neglecting to plead to that and Territory .lauced this -
possessed the rightof 6th section 'anjl to cause effect to on question, (
am call .'d
upon to perform. 1fit t,- jurisdiction will not sanction itsi '
esiablishing Courts is it
withpow- be given to the awaid of the ju and so important
aced by this feeling, as far as I '>roceeoings, .'nd that he either ers these interests
may embracing subjects I to the commercial of the
I I nothing ry.: The 4th section after di- I
hope( I oufjhl to be, but prompted seek his remedy by. appeal to like I ould
LI uniformity of decision, reeling an inquiry to be made i world) thai have- decided
by u duty paramount to it, a higher corrective tribunal, or nothing like settled principles : against.tne competency of he Florida t
hall an txpieas; power to act on
with all due for .
respect rtcovrr some court of competent could be Court
Court ever attained. We the thing. I therefore feel no difficulty to the end that the
whose proceedings are now' jurisdiction: the piopertyof should find them']forever mutableand in coming to the conclusion suoJeci.might be examined and ,

arraigned! and wih still greater which :he has been ,wrongfully I unsteady<< I that the Tribunal at Key the question finally settled by some. I '
respect for the authority Ira ti divested. A sale under the It is
authority well kno{ that higuer autn'jrity.
vn in rdl I
hich a- West possesses under this act, I in j
\ it derived ih power, inveslga1e of such a Court cannot divest lion to this very!, subject of sal-LI I relation to wreck and Salvage. The Libellants claim restitution '!

} this subject, and form such him of his property.I It does vase, certain of of Cotton
an great points have a maratime and Admiralty 'uri S. 356 bales contending
t'n'opinion, as appears lo me t. be I not appear to me necessary to di,- been settled, as f vas the subjectadmits : diction. If this Territorial act, that it is a part s of the 584. bales .
iDled ?y the la/, -n the cast?; I cuss the question as to the extent of it '
If by the admiralty and thus vesting maratime jurisdictioni insured by, and abandoned. to them "- .
'*hitch the Court at Key* West under of concurrent jurisdiction which maratirae Courts of England an< in a Court of Magistrates and I out of the cargo of the ship Point .... .. I It '

possessed the proceedings were had, State and Territorial Courts may America. In no! case, not even Freeholders is in conformity with : a Petre. ,How do they prove their ; s sin ir'
a jurisdiction over theta now exercise over subjects of admiralty i of total abandon or del'elict'l' this -
l' and ii. lent the power delegated to the i property,. Cotton? Mr. .
then i was legally constituted, and maritime jurisdiction. has a larger proportion. of the Governor and Council by theo Goldsmith, the Deputy .Marshal, II
was its Decree final and con- I would only observe that somt of property saved been allowed 1822. seized of it I" '
elusive Acts of Congress of 23, ando who tome and who '
as to ell\\ foreign T.ibun31s.ay the ablest elementary write fi s, the salvors than a moiety. > 24 for the establishment of a Tit er- examined the-marks, has. given ,< i I
fc-r6ijjn i Tribunals, because it since tne adoption of the constit'ufion well fixrd ''
is this ,
that Florida.then
: ritorial Government in testimony by no mean*.satisfacto- It
Jill not be denied tint the prolyings of the United States, h w P may be considcre as established this Court may feel itself ry. He fails in identifying ,any 1

u, of that Court were .s expressed their opinions decid rd- i law between the two nations, it is bound *.respect,its proceedings: K ivep number, and! it is painful :
revision on an to the I ly in favor of the exclusive iur isdiction II Uw ; to:1
parlor Appeal wnich considered obligatory ; and, under, the settled law in find his evidence directly

ftc Courl of that Territory. of the District Courtspe oi on their re u/ admiralty, relation to co-ordinate Tribu- dieted by many witnesses on : ;

e errors of a Court of corn the United States.. Nay the very' aud maritime .. ribunals., They 1 sales to dismiss the Libcllanls. part of the defendant, The.. '

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\\ltOMESTfC.., r.:1 : \rfU behold\it turns ,out confirm he poiutcal 'i
U Ytto'iiicb.. '. fie it :by iceXth Sipl tie, bptele J JI J1enb, 1 rnfati'n'
6a.\7S'amn1Y yn&tai&K..fromBoston.
; ; rr.Atkiaao
thecontradtetoVy'TT nf ,untie },&t m' form ofMan, en -a. tv cr1..,b, lt. Its of pastit4
oT Bb on
ft sec
', "" '" '...:-' I j TheCoromon| Council ( 'j 'a, : in thcj.I1zx..ReilY! "
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; i ofd.a' .tvitna" ** ',Urill' "* t!'. oor.- .....,...fi"... H_. : .. '._. __ '. have approbatedamongst the ex* arises? shoulU'nt .egive Rio de Janeiro
:.t' knotty point June
Court i \t
Ife-tlie to make decree 1825
This course in some .instants the t 878,500
of yeer, the silver after"draining We have
penditurcs, back :cup commenced ,sale ;.7"Hercules'
this therefore other f
Laying )sidet I have directed to beontinued *
:for the 'support ',6f the public draught: of Rhenishfrom *
a at
cargo $ j'
evidence must be 1"esorted0, lOf O !,
for twenty-four hours This f ur
school in'that city. appro- universal fear shall!
it l"This yan- we : not be ,able
wliich as far as it is unexceptionable r to
goes close
without intermission
favor f
or more: .* tpeaksjoudiy ,in in that
*nd concl sive. 891 etet.has 4 prUtion < kee nation, comes upon u* every at price. Should more
of The- more. thanequalieri :the libWaliiy' and., ,'soon'Juugment ,shape.-JVoaA'a Advocate. in, the price will be lower. come
Cotton the
bales composed car-
Efet di sing '
of the Point Petre of theseit ) which!, characterize uuihorines It is stated that some gentle "Our accounts from La
'' go a ; insured symptom is speedily ,allcyiaed 'of. lio ton, It iv only by a, gene, men in the'State"of Ohio, havrexamined leave' little doubt thai this Plata
,is in proof that 584 were 'the te'nesmus subsides tile cohn_
) rous di usiVn.cf education that be and Buenos
the township lately try Ayres
of will
; the Libellants 356 hales '
by ; the fever abates, and the,"dejections' ..... : :,wecaLhope to retain our present stowed opGeneral GSfayette'anhlm''fir d trlvolvedin( war, on the oorf be
that were purchased by questionof
cargo assume a better aspect ; ,distinction : as, a moral people, or asa have ofler l\un- tae possession of
Defendant and, libelled., ,Now it is.. I agreed to c Monte Vide
evident that of the 891 bales com I would not be understood as con.inuriity capable of appreciating dred thousand dollars'for it. Thisis i by the Government of Brazil' The

posing the whole cargo, there depending, upon this rr,ends-- the value, of free institutionS': conclusive ''evidence that the Patna_ of Monte Video are in arms
-- lone but' of": the of and qualified to possess.them. has been'''welll located and are ,
could! ,be but 3'7. no.t ,insured ;. the ,as part plan land secretly supplied \t'ln
difference therefore between 317 cure,it,has proved of infinite advantage The: RhodeTlaland:: Legislaturehave Baltimore American. munitions of war, and, money
in instance ,where I also, passed an act, grantinga '' the individual by
: ./and.356 is 39. .. This 39 therefore every Connecticut Canal-The ceremony citizens of nUeno

.. "m,u s t' be apart or the< 584 bales have imployed. ,it., This, practice lottery: for"raising 10,000, for of commcn ri'g'the excavation Ayres. They threaten he ,inva.

insured, and consequently, are the appears to me to, be sanctioned: by the support of free schools in the of the Canal proposed to1 be sloe (of Rio Grande, and to set the

property of the Libellants.-pFor the soundest ,reason; for, if the town ,of Newport. Independentof cut from New Haven, ttirout'h slaves free, On condition oCth
'" eir
these, a decree of, institution must gut be tip'ic il); affected with healaccj .this gram .a specific one of Farmington.; to Northampton, j otntiif! ..; them."

be made, subject ,to.a salvage of inflammation i what, let me, gSOO was,also made, This is a- took place on the '4th of July, instant

50 per ct. which tnis Court, believes ask, can,,be tears likely! to aJiay'that 'noihcr( instance of judicious benevolence at S'julhwick, the boundary [P @@rb a

F would have been awarded by inflammation, than "batliit,1,. which well deserves to town on the route of the Canal,between
:. \ a Court of competent jurisdiction. the inflamed coats of the intestine accompany the record of the Boston Connecticut and : Massachu r--SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1825.

J: ,t The Register will advert to the amount with I cold water ? We use. it toinflamed appropriation for a similar ob setts. The assemble g e' of peoplewas Major SAMUEL I:. OVKKTOV, JVanT",*.

:'.:'f sales of the Cotton sold by eyes and other parts, ject. To our readers:; the munificence very' great, exceeding three gent for this Station arrived in thU 1I ch

, .r j the Marshal, will take. an averagef then why not on the bowels I Nfar of the Rhode land Legislature thousand. Addresses 'were delivered qn Thursday last, 18th m bnt. '

: and.ascertain the proceeds osf 39 has cold ,water, thus, applied to the in this matter, will appear by Governor Wolcott, and Florida 'lotion.-We hare been

; '.', bales, and report the, ,same to the lower i intestines, at any time forbid .ih e, more pre-eminent, when contrasted the Hon. Mr. L .man. of North! favored with the sight of a beauU-
meolhe'use' of all the hr with the, made at ful specimen of Sea Island Cotton"
f' Court. For su.h amount, deduct- Of r. Crania ampton ; after which the Go-
;i," '* ing 50 (per cent for salvage, ,I do emt'd'ic.s. ,commonly employed. :hc same session of S400 for the ternor and President of the Com now growing on the plantation of

I :.' "adjudgr% nd decree in favur of the I bleed. ,)"gtve| calomel lh .other salary ol the Governor' of that pany both commenced the work Judge Gamier on St. Rosa.Sound-,

:" LibellAnts-each party ,to ,pay his purges, I use diaphoietics. the Slate ,and S200 for that of the A dinner was provided for the occasion. it is of a very good color and the

, own costs. the warm bath, or whatever the Lieutenant-Governor, for the last .-Idem. staple very' fine and long, and i$

'," particular symptoms o"lay at the year.-Nat. Journal. From the New York Daily. Advertiser. supposed equal to any ever produc
moment call for, without any i interruption Rhode Island.The Legislatureof There is no' information communicated ed. The Merchants of this place

4. MISCELL.IJY* to the injections of this Sute, has been recently in to the public throughthe to TI horn his sample has been ex!

cold water. And here 1 will session and session hibited, of
just during the medium of newspapers more arc opinion that shouldthe

I from the A ational Intelligencer, *!, asldn 1-, stop to remark, how often have I passed' a resolution, appointingMessrs. valuable! than that which saves,the articlevhen prepared for

.! ton July 14th. witnessed in tOe course of m)' : Searl, Bridgham, Hunter, lives of their readers-1 simple market, appear as well as it no*

1: Hose Mount, 12//J July 1825. profebsionalfcareer, the sufferings and A. Uubbins, their .Auomevs y, recipe that can do no harm to an promises, it will no doubt com.

,, Dear Sirs : If convenient you from thirst in ardent fevers ; *hen with instructions to sue the State infant, may arrest the most destructive [mand the highest price. This i is

t would oblige me and serve ,:the ;he unhappy patient, J parched with of Massachusetts, in the Courts of, disorder. Such is the the first 'attempt :o raise cotton on

cause of* humanity, by inserting. heat and drought, would give a the United Stales, for the right 01'ju.risdlction following? which ought to'be published I the sound, and it is highly! grati.

II' I| in the Intelligencer the inclosed kingdom, if hei owned it, for a over a tract of land ; especially at a season j fying that it succeeds so well ; ire

. letter from Dr. Wm. Baker, of, draught of 'cold, water.' Tnis, by ou the northern boundary ofthtt when so many children 'die of the have never doubted th--t the lands

.' Bladensburg, .detailing an entire many too fastidious: physicians' State, ,and as counsel for pursuingthe summer complaint, and the cholera of West ,:Florida 'would produce!

.* new treatment of that horoible is cruelly denied' him, fur, \\ hat same to a final! decision. The morbus sweeps olf( adults likea excellent cotton, but this sample

.: .4 and fatal disease the Dysentery. good reason I know not\, and- warm form of action is left to be determined destroying swordfake a soft exceeds our most sanguine expct;*

I insipid teas, at which ,ins stomachrevolts :, bv the Counsel: ,consulting cork, and burn it thoroughly in the tations. '
The Doctor far has fir
.so en. ,Jlt.i red in, its stead 'Ill a with the Governor, and ,the Governor fire, when it ceases to blaze mix i I

","' completely tw3 course'of VWeiity years practice, Ican authorized;'' to draW;, his w arit upon a plate with d little milk Heat and its effects.-Ta* North
j- i Mrs. G's family were of the ,
assurY our bir, 1 have neverin rant on Treasury .I',!r the payment and water, or any 'thing emote ern paper* are lemming with '
, most violent character, and, in order agreeable accounts
any mauncisefii injury from of all ,the of the excessive
' that this original* mode of necessary expenses.Idem. to palate, and'repeatthe heat of the
an indulgence'! : in cold water under dose till difierenl cities and the ,
the crisordrr horrid tf-
jfr treatment be generally kno wn cea5 S,
:fsv and tested may by others I have taken, such ciicumstunqcs,; ou the contrary Tobacco.--At, .Baltimore, last I which it commo1 .lfdces in the second fects of the imprudence of those

;;i the liberty of asking of yoir'the the goou refs ors of it have wt-ek, John Lee, Esq. of Frederick or third aUmiiristrationof the under its tnfluc'nce. In New-

0.. publication of his letter. often been'striltin'gly apparent, County Md. sold one hopshead of remedy ; the acidity of the stomach York alone seventy one bodies were

and I always allow. { it, unless indeed ,- his crop of Tobacco at S 45 per ,is .immediately' corrected, inspected, by the Coroner and one

l Very respectfully. some mrdicine may. have cwt., four others at g 30, aud and the effect instantaneous. I Justicebetween the 19th and 25th

';; -:, ', Your friend, been taken, which might I"orb.iddl'inking four 91(hers at g 18. Red and yd-1 have seen a person in the greatestagony July, fifty seven of whom died 'b/

",. and" servant, it for the time. It is to low Tobacco are still in demand cf the billions! cholic 1 the effects of heat, intemperance
, i effectually
. | JOS. KENT.' he hoped,.that the day is. not. distant :,t Baltimore, there being none in cured by'a I and the imprudent use cf cold wa*
single of
: ; 'ltl draught
ssrs. GALES k
.. SEATON. when old '
dogmas, medicalas the market.-Nat. Int. this carbonic ter. The same causes have: "contributed .
'.1' 1VaShington.BLADYNSBUaO well as political, will yield to Gov;. Barbour, now Secretary of the of preparation, tviIi is to the death of many ia

/\ JULY 10, 1825. the good sense of mankind, when War, who has just returned to the ready power at'the shortest every family. and Philadelphia and other places.

J.1 To the Honol able JOB, ,, Kent jlD.. reason shall stand forth disenthralled Seat of Government, from a vi Yours, MEDICUS.Frcn 'Hotter.sit With respect to ciirsclres l ire

.1 DEAR The heat of the weather from the letters of ol'J to the North, gave the following tie Canadian Cozrsnt" ., Jut' 3l\\ have every,reason to 'rejoice and

, in the latter part of l last prejudices and habits. Hut to re toast at the late celebration : Cure. We are authorized to he thankful for the prevalenceolhealth'in"

': : *month, has already brought .ab +ut turn. ,I am very much inclined North: and SO&1thlntercltursonly ;: Ir.Smith, professor of Music,'toY our city : we hare:

t I a number of cases of Dysentery, to think, hat too mucn dependence is: wanting make us friendsand state'that one of'his'children who had much-extremely hot weather,

': which is un &ally early for i the in dysentery is often, placed upon brothers." The sentiment is had been reduced to the last extremity though.the 'thermometer has cot

):. appearance. of this disease. It is opium, and that it is generally resOI.ted no less'liberal than just. by cholera morbus, has been higher than 93 ; there has
'. more apt as you know, to to too early in.the disease. Comm. ,
appear Adv been cured in 24 hours by the been no appearance of any
a I.,. in autumn. or the last summer The temporary case it procures is Survey Charleston Harbor reeommemled in a communication bad effects from it and the genial

,. ; month, and more particularly after delusive, while the inflammatory Wa have bren favored with a sight signed Medicusvhi9h i showel' ,which have lately refreshed
I dry and sultry weather. If I diathesis is heightened its
stimulating of
by the topographical maps and xtracted from the New York Daily us, give additional strength to
j h .!.. do ,not mistake, you are well acquainted as well as its cobtive in surveys, executed on this station Advertiser, and in the oui trollfoundeu cnnfidencethattbe
with this horrid -disorI Ruer+ce. Sytk-nham: seems to l have in the ol paper
' ,
course several months of hAst Saturday.FOREIGN.. character of our city will be fully
! ,
: 1 der, having been remarkable for regarded it merely as a tranquili- past, bv Captain Bache, of the U. .........- established by the result of thisseason's
I your successful treatment of it z r : for he ..
as expiessly US
says Topographical
t Engineers, and test of the salubrity of her,
I recollect often
to have scilicet
: ferociam de- the gentlemen of the army asso? e I situation and atmosphere.
: some years ago when Y4'U"CI'e btUaret, arson Judas imfietraretj dated :with him. The work was From the *\' rlok Meacon cf July 27. ,

.' actively engaged in the, practiceof dum cum humore ficcante cxtermincndo one of immense, labor considering Late from Rh Janeiro.From I A letter from Tallahassee di.
Mr. ,
Medicine. "
Few diseases have ijisi res essct. lie would the extreme minuteness of the investigations ; Joseph L.Atkinsonvhocamt-led 6th "
.: led to a greater of hold, by means of in the August says, Tallahassee
.ri contrariety practice opium, a son the personal diligence I passenger brig Eliza Re 1- is
: than this, in every instance, I of truce with the disorder until he used in the ly, arrived here this.morning, in very healthy though reports
ascertaining results have abroad! into
: gone Georgia
J" presume founded upon oppositetheories could resume more potent reme and the variety of,accurate forty-three days from Rio Janeiro, and
as lo the dies. learn 1 perhaps other places that 'ue
remote and pror- information we that 1600 embarked ,
imate embraced in it. The troops are all dyng of the fever." We
'. causes. It must be viewed, The idea of harbor' of Charleston is }laid at that place about the last of I
using cold down
however thus of the
as a remarkable factthat water are glad to be assured
in with May, sailed from Monte
studious Vi
in those particular instances and dysentery first occurred to mr fidelity-the sounding deo to facilitate i healthiness cf the Capital, which
in the hummer of 1823. in all of it which an embargo '
1 parts
seasons of the )tar that directed are given- we trust u i.! continue.A .
the system to bilious disorders dispose its use, with ice, in the case of the high: and low water-mark are had been laid at Rio for _._.

dysenteries are to an interesting little boy, the grandson alike defined on the surface of the four or five days, prohil:Jng 'thcI"partu.'e friend has politely! faroredustrithtbe
. apt ensue and
4 it is quite likely that the ; of Mr Davis, formerly i inn shoals and on the borders of the of ail vessels Lou nrl opinion of Jiidg-e LEK of South Carolina\\

causes of both remote keeper in \Vashen b ton. This land. !The heights and levels of South. Monte Video had been a case on w hiehb point decision wa*
h complaints are the child was extremely ill the shore are and besieged by the troops of the on the competency or inccmpetency, of
It and I given, their
; same. almost relative -
certain the
J however Court
rt Banda Oriental the established by the Act of oarLegislative
that in most cases of despaired of him, but he! re_ Distances I so as to afford, at i ( country on: Council, approved 4thj July
dysentery the East
J;' which have fallen under observation courted I have prescribed it a route / ezl, the| points and facilities | j' side' of the River la Plata) 1823, concerning wreckeis and wrecked

a considerable my since with undevfating success of fortifications for defence; about >our hundred in number, property;which a ill be found on our first

hepatic derangement has degree been of in many cases, in conjunction with and with the same laudable zealand l who were secretly supplied with page. '1 iiis opinion involves an important
very other ; money and munitions of question: and we therefore conceive anapology
evident and the functions remedies.1 Very recently fidelity even the smallest creek war, by
of that citizens of Buenos unnecessary for the space occupied .
t ; important viscusthe ,mar b id- I have given it a perfect trial in has been' sounded and surveyed A)'res, w'hichIt by it i ,in our next ire shall present

ly affected. Bui whatever: idea t..e family of Mis. Gantt, of your : the marsh distinguished 'tram the was e t"cejVouJd, produce a communication from the Charleston

: may be entertained of the neighborhood whose lift le sons high land!-public roads designated hostiliiies between them and 'he Courier in opposition to the decision cf
remote Brazilian
weie dangerously illVith and, in the case of Saliva Government. The packet Judge Lee.
or theproxrmatecauses: of this ns
disease, but Island between Rio and Buenos publishing the opinion the Editor
which ;ever individual
Ayres -
has >
one thing is very certain, 'that happily building of the Southern Patriot observes,
yielded was not ------ ----- --
vilous of to the remedies 1 exhibited to there. ,'4"e have permitted to wear her
A coat the large intestines empl Y ed. "The Decree pronounced tf
It has signal! in the farmer
is in a state of considerable inflammation seldom however, fallen.to reason to believe, horn ihe talents the! embargo. purl during Judge LEE in the Federal Dis-
the lot of of the
attended with fever, and a physician to have his officers emplo.ed-the General trio: Court lor this District, in the
alb the well known distressing prescriptions and directions attended l length of time which they assi Ribeira had made pro- case of the American and Ocean
to with duously, devoted posals to General Le Cour
train of so much to the to give
symptoms that take place prom art- survey, Insurance Companies cf NtwVork ? -
I from obstinate constriction. Most tUlle and punctuality, directed by and its result as far as we have up Video threatening, incase versus Canter, and'published

practitioners disern two stages of so much intelligence; and understanding seen it, ;,that no (part of tht United he would of his noncompliance, that by us this evening, will be

the disease ; in the early stage I as the lady just mentioned States has ever been so thoroughly! Rio invade the territory: i of found of the highest interest bola
have displayed in her examined, and transferred to and manumit all the ,
generally used the lancet parental attentions a to merchants and legal Gentlemen
with the best effect, together with to those little boys, who, map, as,this of Charleston, and its would, on condition that the- ; The principles decided
I am adjacent lands and join his forces
free and happy to tell waters.
copious purging, for you, are nowgetting The Mal'ke touch theoue.stion: of maratiroe
., which purpose I have found nothing well. It would afford me Charleston Courier. of Rio Janeiro-- war.. -- jurisdiction* the 'Courts of tfcs, .
to with much pleasure to receive Bit again.-In completely glutted with all kinds Terriorl States.
, compare calomel I together your order to prevent of American s of the United
with: antimonial diaphore sentiments upon the subject towards Boston ,Poets from walking off produce. Richmond The Judge decides against the jurisdiction *
tics. which I have with superfine fresh flour would or
Viewing drawn"your com- i
dysentery as pre- our golden medals and silver mand 10 assumed. This $
. seating loflnmcd state of '''the attention. Whatever: may tend to jugs for Prize Addresses it was mil real. There was a the first importance.'as the large

lower intestines, I have been led lessen the measure of human keenly resolved by the knowin-. large We quantity Of old flo urtat Rjo. amount of property which has and .

to adopt a practice predicated up misery, will not fail to interestyou. ones, that: none but a New-York I (but at have beenpolitely favored may be involved in this ,question! -
- on .that view, which, although no- Poet should put in for the Prize more than late an hour io give of jurisdiction points out the necessity

Tel in a great degree, has been at- I am, vith great respect and es- Addresses of the Lafayette Circus ;, with the following' short'extract of the_ citizen having some

tended in every instance with he teems your obedient servant, It Was adjudged. to Samuel Wood' from a' inierestingletier clear rule of conduct in a 'case,

r dost certain success. I use fery W. worth, 'jjot because 'the address mercial a house highly respectable' corn where his.r.apital may ben -'pbced
i was Rio Janeiro to of the
peculiarly excellent, but be- their friends jeopardy. Ths interest
, .r I in this, place. The subJect must therefore, be oU'

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:0polo y for occupying such! a large Cheese, gr'ecn, per tb. 1 1 Hut a cl tu.se_ r.thought*. .,p opt;:Ifciaalce- -repre- \ I hive trinskittedfo GOT. Troup aCopy i-

old, do. do. 18} Jttrifarta ofypui ef this communlcaUbru .
of our : witlu.the decision coductt the Presi ? ;r y
nofion papei It will t7hickens, pr..dozpiy 300 tov.4'.50 courts: by have-ordered"you! ,to'be'furn'rthed ..'.1 live tile !i .nOf', &t. .\. .H. $. :;1 ,
in thiscase. we ,understand Cucumbers, 3.or 4 for . 6$ that kind from ; ... OJ
A :*:" I : copy>of every Better'writt: f..oaf! -Signed)'' JAM 3 BABBOUB. ; *J,
be carried up by appeal, Crabs per dozen, .lCZI to run into,;:a ,'and which will reach you 11' Toaj. Gen.:& F! Gum.r' ,

to the Supreme Court." Corn, in Autumn, per bushel 50: ty .. .. t ....w.. .-..".. .. .I t
in Summer, ,; -. 1, 50 a powerislgir communication,proceeding from 4. Noi7K. 25. .f! j

We recommend to our readers the ar- Corn meal., in Autumn, do.. 75 County Courts; next in command in this'intti- July j J ;
Arrival Sea Gtf//- The *
in Summer, 1 50 to those issued cfthe ;
under the head of Miscellany in tiiiscaper will. be received. and at
tide it is said to come from a respectable Ducks, domestic, each, 50 Could thislha to. : U. S. Steam ,Galliou, Sea Gull, ,Lt. jfl;

; ource and if correct (AS we do not wild, 25 Legislativc,. I (Signed) G. M. TROUP. : Comd't McKeever, 9 days from "I: .
doubt) it may be of much u.e."Pc have Eggs, per dozen, 25 to 37$ cution from the E..P. Gun, I Key West,:bound lo .Philadelphia, ; I
4 for | ,
heard of one or two persons attacked Commqitding.Department. in here last
put on Saturday (or a
saucer-full, 6 Dual r ; Hi
it Figs per $ or
vith dysentery in ourCiiy lately ; may Fish and cution supply of fuel I. She 'has beelab f!'
the ,
therefore, be worth while to pay attention: plenty cheap, from I of War,? ,
4 to the simple remedy mentioned in this Grapes 2 to 3 clusters, for 6Hms cola} to"go "' Ju1y21, 1325. J sent nearly 'nine'months". on the !

article. The following are the remarks per lb. 12$ to 18| If it were I Your letter of the 25th of June, West Indik, station, during which ,

made by the editors of the IVional.Intelijencer Lard, 12! to 18| of fieri facias bc } to" Major Vandcventer, has time she has',lost. Only five of her 11'cf
; on publishing it. Mutton, scarce and poor, pr. lb. 12 of the Court, the answer of which has These deaths I
.The article on the preceding Melons, Water, plenty & fine, 61 to.37i pears to us I 1Jy delayed'till the result w. generally, ,
Musk, rather dearer, right to ; Gaines* interview with the In .we learn., were caused by necessary ::11
page, on a medical subject, deserveS Milk, in Summer, pr. qt. 12 ther than :,in Broken Arrow, should be.receiv exposure in! the .boats, in search( j 't .

great respect, as well from in Winter, pr. gill, 6i theie! County: : President had anxiously hoped Pirates. The officers and crew of J ;

its origin, as from its importance Oysters, plenty and fine, per 100 3ij zation, seem to i of the Indians to the the Sea Gull are all in good health.
to those parts of our country in Onions, in Summer per string, 25 with our L to have fouad the necessity of re- f!
in Winter d,.. CJ tion, however, to By this arrival. we learn, 'thatthe !i. p'
disease referred iiprevalent. enquiries obviat.
which the to your entirely
Pork, fresh,poor &!scarce per Ib. 12! execution as the communications from Gen. late commercial orders issued i ; j tH

The author and describer Potatoes, Irish, scarce,pro busbel, 200 Is not that recently. received, have entirely at Havana', had..driven' all the,merchants .*.'
ui" the remedy is an eminent sweet, in summer, 1 50 dant into a <
that hope, a reply has become from Key \V cat. iij:
physician in Prince (!-t"orge County in Autumn, 50 jibe leap the The Indians to the number Some case of intermittent fever i'
Maryland, and Dr. Kent, of ihe Pumpkins, in ftmmer each 123 to 25 In truth,)Jit : a large majority of their ;p.
existed oh the island and of
in autumn, per 100 6 00 flecting mind, j i and head men of,the y
who vouches for its tribe have
same county, Peaches, per dozen 12$ propriety i if d the 'treaty, as fainted. alike the number 'was. increaufigi: No' .: ;:!i

success in his neighborhood, is per bushel, -loa to 150 ing the power : and treachery, and a* the officers: were left at'Key West, ; ';1"

the intelligent and highly respectable Peas, red, per bushel, 50 beyond the) very small portion of the tribe,:a. Tbe, U. S. Schr.. Grampus, Lt. ., I;
Repicsentative of that District white do. 75 to 100 whence it ; the.expres9 determination of"a' ]
ve Sloat was cruising-of I !
in the Congress of the United Peppers, sweet ojr pungent, ( principle of majority, a determination known '. .
!Antonio. ; .
Cape '
pcrdoz.. 6$ to 12J further, in the .- that
They to
Stales.Vc Radishes do. 12$ on this act, a compliance with an-instrument urge The Terrier. ,' Lt. C ri1d't Payne, ,:

readers- with Squashes! 3 to 4 for 6! which must would lily become either ..\va cruising off the' Double headed .. :
\ our to-day
present Tomatases, per saucer, 611'urktys tioned pr or magnan'.m'ity of :
the United
shotKeys. t ., j ji
second number of JuniDices
the on our i k '
150 200 The
each to fourth '
Territorial Ltius, from: the East Florida; Turnips,,per bushel, 100 to 150 in; cf/ect of I under These which they claim to take i The. Fox, Lt;. ComMt Cook, ;

Herald. Ire have; long been convinced Vea1!, ?carce, per Ib 12! not only vague I: are allegations present hvas\\ at Matanzas. The, officers ,.: I!
beyond e cognizance of
thatlhey afforded ample field for the Venison, per quarter 23 to SO but is, in our ; ? and necessarily refers! it and crews of.thes i ,yessels J 'eii'.generally i1 .;
exercise itseif and
of criticism to
on, .
pen KEUARKS.hhccp in its -
unjust I whose attention will be very'.healthy.-Beacon. .41rl
Juridicus, jibe maiiagesthesubject with might be raised to great advantage the lands and I J
on an early day after the next I. '
ability. may be of use to the Territor'bv in the neighborhood of Pensacola. shall !be I
meeting. Meanwhile, the Presi- [ From theohile' I ': ;
their and
incongruities pointing CommercialRcgiittr of
exposing The cnterprizinjj farmer who shall first Court and the .
out such amendment al1'e absolutelyiiccesvuy establish a flock of these useful animals ment, all :) had on been treaty as though its :. Jlugiut' 9thf I :
to our future welfare //"c not impeached, finds by The Board of Health i ;;
will be certain to find it a profitable speculation incumbranccs ,to the very K
eighth article.of the
trea I '
perfectly: coincide with Juridicus: in opinion : No vegetable will so well pay ments )( !' : faith of the United States solemnly promptly, on, Tuesday lastkpro ,
that it is much to be regretted for cultivation the Irish Po-
I the farmer Court shall be : to protect the Creek Indians claimed the existence malignant
ttut the niiniiiff:' of the different acts was ttitoc they have, during the spring and Now ,
; we encroachment till their removal i fever in the city, and recommended :
coniidcd commutes of
not t j a special
been with
summer purchased eagernessat what is meant mber 182(5. ,
such men as would have rendered our two dollars bushel if planted in rendition therefore de- .the citizens to remove. The a* ,r
per ; as the entering and
I/AWJ .* more precise in language: and have upon survey- larm imm ia\elr.pread, and the i 1',
February they always produced a word is nut lands before thatperiod,'would '
more corrcct in expression ;" and we. ceitain crop ; even the barren sand of Spanish, ; nor J I .... of the treaty,' whose in- inhabitants actiog'very wjielyi'be-' I :.

trust that the next Council will not disdain -' our sea coast has produced the finest If it be mft> (- : t and execution, should it 're-' gan ,to I leave, and, during.,.the' week: I :t
to profit b)" the hints of the re viewer.Georgia. I crops, by mmurinwith; seaweed ; it is : verb to rt nfer, ; j ",
II i are alike' confided to the City became almost*.,dcpppu.- 4 : t'i
1ru they wdl.not keep till autumn but at ; judgment.! 1:: am therefore directed by the Pre lated. Most all the f b:
or pubhicof.ficesare :
between receive from the
.- disagreement; season we supplies : or give up. A state distinctly Excellen '
Gov : Troup (weVip not Nurth ; from April to September our : to be rendered for the present he your will not removed out of town, "du tii.'Jring :

say Georgia) anJ the U. Stairs : Market must receive a supply from our the jury ; l but entry or survey to be made. per- 'the, existence of the present ;:;1

of the Lanes own fields. C-ibbage heul.ire very : warded or pain the President has felt in com alarm. The Post Office removed f' L""

concerning now :in possession survey(it'the Creek seldom uml scarce seen: ; celery in market not; col known lards,are yet poor they use However of this-.L\ ": !! this decision is diminished by to Mr. Chamberlain's new H iti;
: that it interferes with f" f
no House the old Hill
threatening ; all be raised with the greatest on Spring [
Indians, seems to wear a might precise m anin j{ on excellency the \.t
your by
aspt-ct. It will be seen ly the i-a.se. Tile Northern Pea will only grow This is not the i i([ Georgia, as a discretion is given Road. The; Custom House, to I ;t ,

documents iu this paper that Go\". here early! in t!
had Gen. Gain The Northern \vhite bcandoes the clink util ) the time when the lands .em- I road. The Mayor's Office to Mr. MIf::
Troop suspended iuf succeed. The flat butter bean II
judgment on it I by the shall be : Williams'
treaty surveyed. place, on the Spring j
from all intercourse ijith the government succeeds well and is much cultivated,)et fore at td all
a los the circumstances the Presi- '
Hill road. The Clerk of the County '
of that it is \'erydcar.ATI I L
Geurgiaand od of time (
I himself to hope that
the government of'the United extensive Gaidcn is greatly needed ment, bv th -' I I in his decision, As Gen you Court, M r; R lsion, has remov 'tJ ,

States have authorised Gen. G. in Pcusacola and there is scatcely' a business it to be from ] : has been in communication with ed his Office to his house ,at rL

of the Indian that would better pay an i industrious I the jury was;, g- !. this subject and as it is the wish Spring Hill, where 'he will attend ; .
to preventihe survey man for his labor. The suburbs of the ,
II .
it be alter
; President should be in
lands I'ictarmis if IIl'c'ssar'tan City afford the very best ground for that t and the I of you pos to business every day after 11 .
r /. : every measure he may find ttl
authority hich he will by no purpose ; under the English Government I these arc r.cts constrained to take thereon, I am o'clock. !*"
this pl. re was celebrated tor its extensive The Board Health have madeno
means he backward in using in an rendering of to enclose! to your Excellency a
and beautiful the remains of
efficient if : gardens, ven at the \ General Gaines' instructions of report this week, in consequence
manner, we may judge .
which are now seen, every where co.er.ed
I the .
of the confusion createdby
from the complexion of the letters with weeds and buttieshiic our It'I q.
written by him to Gov. Troup. citizens compain! thut there is no business be ritory however such: the honor to be, yout ob't. scrv't. so general a removal, and the '1I
any ) "t RARUOUK.
We hope that it will .not be neces- thai will bring them hi money, the)"annually judgments, so G. M. TROUP, indisposition of the Clerk. The j ;
pay, to the Lastern States, thousands number of deaths since our last
take the of I I other places. Governor
sary l<) unpleasant step dollars for vegetables which they might I of Georgia.
not to : the however to have
a rrsort to arms Sc we doubt much better raise themselves.n appear foregoing to be a correct are supposed
gal ) ( l : the record of this
office. been 25 to 30-but we
il of the of
good sense people tWCUC(1333333'It'[ .
judgments, nr C. VANDEVENDER.
Georgia v.ill not prevent their advocating I. From the ,Ecut Florida HertiUl. final. The ( Department July 23, 1825. the number of cases have not increased i :

or supporting their governor Our Territorial Laws.No. lieve are cviir! within the last few days.

in a course. taken in opposition -' 11. the property! (COPY) The prevalence of yellow feverwe

lo the express jcommarjda If the Legislative Council had really intended I fected, that' is' Department of /Par, '? believe i is not yet.traced to any i!

of the General Government. to dihcourage the settlement and docketed. ; July 21st, 1825. 5 definite cause.' The weather has a fj

... .. cultiiution of this Territory by embarrassing : have \' };: I Yours ofthe 5th inst. has been du for a month past been extremely
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; -- -- -- common \'ed with the
i1 the titles to land, and by throwing accompanying docu-
unfavorable-and think
.:(.)'.,l1.;lilT& ...;.VI C.1'1'10.,"". obstacles in the way of the recovery clopted. we : some : the
of debts on judgments obtained litre, ot every : directed by the President to cx- disinterment of the bodies from the

they couid not have devised a more eilccttiai in regard to 'regret at the failure of your ef- old burying groundsome months

J-'cr tP ;:$r.coa Gazette. inuile than that of parsing the act A judgment reconcile the Creeks to an acqui- ago, has contributed mainly to !

Sketches; of Yf cst Florida. concerning executions." is not by those: in the treaty made at the Indian produce the present <"ickness.
Although from tile commencement of the property! as it was his sincere desire to
*T gularly dock tf it carried i into No southern city is better, an'dbut
i\0. XI.MARKETS.. our Territorial Government, the Council eff ct. But the
..ppcal'to have shown so.ric degree or'jea- clerk in a b d opposition of the Indians t;> few if any, so happily situated lIft

lousy towards tilt: profession: ot the law, called the, itself on the alledged for retreat, in times of sudden .it
PcnsacnU has heretofore been the not having allotted a.iy fee bill to attor- are all : :, ; ; of intrigue and treachery, on emergency, as Mobile. ; One to ;
rnaikt-t for V' CM Florida and make fir tins ,vlio. : of the of the
a considerabltt ns: ; f\) u: deficiency, ny person portion tribe nego- five miles from the City, and. we '
part of AUbunj other parts arc : they have mal\'eluul! !) helped the bu:)i- may in a fcw,; the treaty, as well as the smallness
now opening whch in time, will divide I nes> ot the lawveri, by the ambiguities judgments, numbers, from which% they argue have pleasant and healthy situations
the tra-le of this country : considerable I and inconsistencies winch aouund in tuuvunous against the o : itf. and their solemn appeal to for summer residences, en- ,
fjuantity; ofcotton has already been shipped rtCU pa.st ed. 'I'ltcy have, indeed, 1 sale lu linc, and magnanimity of the Uni- : tirely beyond the reach of yellow

from Appuhttchicola and some trnniAjipaJaclie cut out plenty of work for ihe members are upan: the !, creates such an obligation that I fever, whenitp.revalsin the City-; :

: and St. Andrew's /Ms. Thc the bar. our Courts! at least pause before we pro- : and a pleasant retreat at all times. t
pi ounce cxpoiU'd from I'onsacoh, con- If tlC! writer of these remains were influenced discover what permit others to do so, until the
Listing (If cotton, cedir, June-boards andscantlinx1 as one of the profession, by pe- : gainst any :\ can be thoroughly investigated 111may be a satisfaction to our 'm

and ouk-slaics has usually cui-iary! considerations only he ougnt to over the leaves effect decided by the proper absent citizens, ai.d others who ii

been sent to Xexv-Yoik; from that placebo be silent, in regard the folly and ai>- in their OI f ; the more especially as the have property here, to know, that j

we import not of our Dry Goods biirdiiy ofnuny of our laws. Why not let them and aino article of the treaty gives till Sep the Corporation have establisheda ; I
while our Groceries and Provisions are tions issued. of the next before the .
the I'egiil.Uivc Council On year, treaty
go adding and efficient of 1:
: good guard seven
usually brought from l\nv.Ollellls. in blunder to blunder, heaping inconsistency bl stne a:1fll| i earned into effect and guarantees "
exchange for bricks, lumber and cash. upon inconsistency, until every man; in liable! to very( encroachment till that time. men; to protect the City, by night '

The Appalac'ie will rapidlyincrcase in the country would be obliged to consult: a t13 truly this posture of affairs Gov. Troup and'by dayfrom depredatio sdur. ;

trade ; the seal of Government'lying1 in.! lawer, to know whether he had a just *JI.s ot.1udhl he will survey the land. A ing its present deserted state. :
the neiliborliooil the whole law books and overt' acts between the Ex
; country a- title even to the hair on his own hC:1l1.- by -
round it is increasing in improvements; Hut Juridicus feels too deep an interest I cessity of Mish: of the Union, and' that of a State -- HBHBBBBBBBlOBITUARY.I

_'e -scls dr\wing cniy seven feet water III the-liunour, the credit, ami the prosperity precise day, t the theory of the eOlls itu- .
however can go up Co St Mark's which ot'this Territory, to suller any geftsU lien upon 1:tnd, so repugnant to the feel ings of Departed This life on Wednesday
villeverdeprive the Appalache of tended to by I : that he would determine
any vie"s to prevent nun from exposing the I afternoon 17th inst. after a
considerable foreign trad .Appalacln- and defects of.i! the absence of a solemn sense of duty to do
gross errors in our system and illness in the
cola Bay: is luble to the same inconvenience laws. this subject, it by which so serious a result would long distressing .
as AIpal.1cbclth the addition Judges ot'our 48th year of her age Mrs. ELIZABETH *

hiving no convenient situation: for a The "' act concerning -executions," at t in this Terrlt Troup should however perse BARRETT, widow of the late. -
Town bad and page 234 of the volume, shall now be 1cxamined. I to such ( his declared of
; water scarce. and the 1' keep ; purpose surveying Joseph Barrett and, daughter: .
adjacent; country low and unhealthy ; This act is certainly very [ attorney, against the repeated remonstran- the late Jacob Ricfcetts Esq. all of
still the Appalaclucola is a noble stream exceptionable, in many of its provisions. ; out on any ju'd Department, it will present one :
and the its The first and second sections relate to docketed. unfortunate wnich New-York. ;ff
duly events
country on upper waters, extremely most ,
the right of sum out execut-ons on judgments -
feitile and rapidly settling ; immense \\ c shall. occurred in our history. Its -
quantities of produce are now bcgininng obtained in the courts of record in t act under occurrence has 'induced the '
to float down its current, which I this Territory ; and the effect of a return I to weigh with the deliberate WlllP m w9

>:s shipped() Pensacola, Mobile, Kew-ir- ot process, when not sa\ bfied. There is I made .necessary, .&!. well '. !
Irans New York kiul Savannah. nothing particularly objectionable in cither serious consequences as its high Port of: teusacola.. t
1 lie St. Andrew's Bay affords safe an- ot tucsc sections. His decision thereon has f
chorage for vessels drawing eighteen feet The third section relates to the jurisdiction and transmittedto_ Gov. Troup .,
mater, in the sound behind Sand Island ; of the Courts, in regard to execu of this date, a copy of which I / .
fourteen feet 11:1bt: carried up ten miles! tions. To the provisions contained in for your information, and by August .;-Schr. Gadsden, :

to avU'iand se'ven feet to the head of this section,we think well founded objections you will am the line of conduct Dykeman, St. Marks. ;

1\o\'th 11:.,.,.t J 1.ty miles from the entrance.I'he may be /made. SIR-A the President has prescribed to Pilot Boat Opposition, Eastern '
chi po\! settlement, the 'uden of In the third place, it is vague and ob-I which appe.\r Balize. .
}"i.orldJ. lay North oftlus Jay, the produce scuie, as respects the extent ol the jurisdiction ::- n&I. and h \ still devoutly to be hoped that .
S. Schr. Florida
Ctt which have hitherto been binpped toFc2sacjL of the Superior and county courts official one, c ) Troup will abstain from any act : Transport ,
and Mobile. respectively, in enJorcmg: their judgments attention. In make it, necessary to have re Baker, Tampa Bay.SAILED. .

The market Pensacola! is at present by execution. It is at first 'decla"ed return to this to the steps suggested; ; yet should .
*that all writs of Jfcri facial issued from ," in sending persons to sur
poor one, HS will be seen from the following the 19.-Scbr. Gadsden, Dykeman,
(incc Current. the Superior Courts, shall anu may. be extended learned with lands embraced within the Trea. Mobile. .
netf, 6 within the extent oftbe jurisdiction j are hereby authorised to employ, I I.N'orfolkJaly
&.j their on 15.-'U. S. Ship j
of'said i entrance
} uuci, iresti, 12i to 25 courts respectively. This is ; then resorted[ to prevent :
gutter-milk' pr. qt. 64 sufficiently clear and explicit ; and if nothing ticity of the Territory, or if they should Decoy Lieut. .Cora. Fqrrest.

Leans, Noi tu. white pr. bush. 200 further had been added in this section been satisfied in entering the country, to cause bound lo Key Weat and PSSSACO .
no doubt could be entertained how be arrested,and turn them over
Grceninpods, pr. saucer full, 6| proper hand: LA, went to'sea from : Hampton .' .
dealt with .
: authority, to be .
Collards pr. stalk 6i far executions from these courts. could. be to direct judicial .
Roada last evening.that : "
directs. lure only to. add .,
CUaba5eI ext ncjed. law
or (.i Gourds 2 for, 6i course with t rf. .

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'>* ''tathtntjMf: July'11,,182; 5

For c.tm"ingMtil. of:the\'Unit'ed'States t RP..AB\rE: :: posall-"il.. be ,receiv 1ul1 i 'r of the ( it6J9.: \\,
the In
Road will be next term
IL t.io/
fol1Q\vingPost ;
on of
ed at thin Office until the first day PeRsacolaJ
: ceived the eneral P 3tOfficCflthe- of Previ WJ/1[superior Court for, the 'Western. .. :m the
October. for the delivery 1.9th
City of\Washington until Saturdaylhc15ui 51onifort11euie nexV ofthe:Troops of the 'U- District of., Florida,. at: 'P nsacola, for.a. FF1HE' Subscriber: received<< per late Instant

! day October next, inclusive. Steso be delivered in bulk, writ ofpartitiqn, to divide'the real estate "J.: arrivals fiom New-York and- NewOrleans ,AS\ fifflftAWAtA

: IN FLORIDA. piled follows_ open of the late Maria CarloU: Ruby deceased, a supply of Spring Hoods, which, ,

122. From Pensacola' by the county inspection as M PensacoJa.; amongst the heirs and devisees of the together with his former stcck, make 'i a 2 Negro Fellows viz.

seats,of Gadsden, .lack n,' and Walton. ,. 600 barrels of pork" faid Mai-ia-which, sai\ .real estate cousistsofthe : complete assortment,'viz. _

to Tallahassee,once freelc.. 1230, do of fresh fine flour following numbered lots. i 1.1 i Hardware viz : t ,
.-.. Leave Tallahassee every Monday 6 800 gallons of'good proof.whiskey the city:]of Pensacola, to wit:: 10 Packages 9
,,, arrive Pcnsacola on Friday .Numbers 124 125 126 127, 129, five' feet six and
_a. and at 550 oushels of good sound beans 50, Knives and Fork, W" V an half inches

I L' by 10 a. m. 8800 pounds of good hard soap. 71,, 72, 24, 36, 122, together, with the Pen and Pocket Knives, lost several of his u

:' Leave Pensacola every Friday It 2 p. 4000 do of good bard tallow ll\J1LDl'NG Iron Tinn'd Table and Tea Spoons, e.. ., per teeth. a round scar on hU
arrive Tallahassee on Tuesday righ leg, anti
and at a long
m. candles, with cotton wick, Brittania, do. do. scar on his
by6/. >. m, 140 bushels of good clean salt IV'and' a'ppurtenances' thereon.t .- Gimblets Padlocks,Iron Nob Locks, '-' right foot, next to his little toe-
.. .. the first *
184. From Tallahassee by Sewaney 2250 gallons of good cider vinegar Which said Jots arc now held Stock Locks, Chest & Cupboard do. a'says was occasioned by a burn

.Ferry and Dill's to St. Augustine, once in One fourth on the first day of June, and owned in co-parcenary by, Joseph, Screw Plates, Saws, Augers, Chissels, and the Liter by a cut of a broad-axe. '

:. two weeks, 237 miles. Wedrtesday 1826. Casimcrp, Celestino, Benjamin, Maria Y. Files, Hammers, Coffee Mills, m Jf1&W
: Leave Tallahassee every One fourth on the first day of October Candidaand'! Joanna liuby, who have a Brass, wood and patent Cocks, -

at 6 a. m, and arrive at St. Aug'us.tille 1826, fee, simple title to the same. and a great variety of other hardware, &c. five feet eight inches hiJi

on the next Monday! by 6/. m.' One fourth on the first day of December The Subscriber gives this notice as 2 cases carpenter's planes, I a scar on hIS left arm, ; l Ilu
Leave St. Augustme'e\'cry; other Tuesday 1826. Guardian of Benjamin Ruby and Joanna casks arolina hoes, says occasioned: by the h:

; at 6 a. .n. and arrive .at Tallahassee And the remainder on the first day Ruby, on whose behalf the above mentioned 4 casks tin ware, assorted noculationforthekinenor

the, next Sunday by 6p m. of March, 1827.It application is to be made. Blacksmith's: bellows,- vices, ani1L, I other identifying -". nI QCl

r'' NOTES. is understood that ,the pork to be ; Jos Ortiz.F.x'r Sledge and hand hammers, (;";HO s.ys that he JI' forty-one
1. The Postmaster General may expedite : consist i Swedes IronFoolscap old and that he was sold years
contracted for is to of an entire &? Guardian. by the
the mails, and alter the times for i! do. of Sumpterville District Sbtri '
hog to the barrel, cxccptfeet, legs, ears.: Pensacola, June 5th, 1825.-15-8t. paper wrapping South Caroli
4c arrival and departure, atI1Y time during' ami snout, which are inadaTi ssible. Bar Lead and Gunpowder. as the property of Kichard Ridge1l

the conthuanc0ft contract, he payinean Should tiie hog be of less weight timn e\ S i e, 0GrnilEijrice : iitu1. 15 Cases Dry Goods viz Captain Joseph Uichbaugh,who sow hi.i t()
tITflpeflsMiOfl.ftrafly extra to Mr.
adequate a Richardson.
200 pounds, the deficiency is ,to bnJar.de
of flour being g6
be occas'oned there- per
*.. expense that may the right to abridge up of good fat side pieces. No more
    b And ue reserv$ years and that he
    head allowed to barrel of belonged
    contract made under this advertisement one a from this! day 37 ounces for a bit.Il' Domestic ticking checks, Bronaon, to c3
    anv pork. The contractor may, at ins option order of the Cambric muslins, chintz, Sumpten-iJJe Dish'Jct S. C.
    when he thinks it proper, and to deduct Mayor, was sold by the Sheriff and
    i1iL ,,exclude ine hubris, and make up tnudeficiency I Fine Mddrass handkerchiefs a Mr. Smith
    the i. Parmantier.Secretary. ,
    the at ratio .
    from compensation with side They both state that they
    good pieccs.The
    for the 11.1\ Fine silk flag do. were rUn o!i'
    under the contract, lessening from South Carolina
    candles to be made of good hard Fine cotton hose, do. half do. by white men, who
    duties ot'the contractor. Pensacola, June, 10th, 1825. oU them in AW baIl13, !
    tallow, with cotton wick. French shawls, osnaburgs, ana o red
    r 2. Ten minutes shall) be allowedfor o. them one hundred dollars t,

    ; ,, .pening and closing the mail,-at all offices The pork, beans. flour, whiskey 'salt, \ O'\\l E. Pins, needles, thread, thing about >it, but were each to 5a"no-
    where no particular time is specified. and uncial": must be delivered in strong Superb gilt buttons, &c. them back and 1 refund the to bke
    :; To settlers and others
    ; intruding 10 ,cases black \ ool hats, money receiy,
    ? 3. For every thirty minutes' delay, and secure barrels, :and the soap and can I ed for them ; they then I left

    .,.:f (unavoidable: accidc"ts. xceptcd,) in arriving dies, in strong and stem' b'jxesofa con- who commit waste on the public 1 do white do. another white man, who them with
    ; brought
    do. beaver do.children's them
    after the time prescribed in any cnient size tor transportation lands Pensacola. to

    'h i. contract, the contractor shall forfeit five The pork, whiskey, vinegar; and flourin TIIIOSFJ lawless persons who are guilty morocco do. F.
    6 trunks men's calfskin S.
    if the continue until brogans, Chapman
    l dollars ; and dILy seasoned!> heart (white-oak barrels: on lands of the United ,

    : the departure of any- depending! mail, the pork in buirclsfuli hOOI1l d. States, and committing waste on public 1 do. La.lie5'Inrocco, do. F. Commyns

    : \whereby trip is lost, a forfeiture of double be timber ari hereby notified that ALSO ,
    .: 1 he provisions to inspected at measures City (:
    \ the amount allowed canning flit the time i-f the de'merj and the con- I have been takei.for:i rigid' 'enforcement of 100 barrels Whiskey, Jensacola,Juty 22d.1835-21t ontable',

    I : mail one trip, shall be incurred, unless ii tracer, be Jiabie-foi t tue: expense of in- the laws of the United Mates in such cases .
    barrels Flour
    ; shall be made to appear that the dcli> made and 25 .
    speciint, and all other expenses, until provided, they are hereby ordered -
    ,_ .; was occasioned by unavoidable! accident ;; they ate safely delivered: at such storehouse to desist from such offences forthwith 2 bbds. Sugar, City of Pensacola.

    i ,. in which case the amount of pa} fIrs tnj; s us may be designated by the United otherwise; they will be prosecutedto 30 bags Coffee. BOARD OF HEALTH
    ' will be forfeited. the law. .
    utmost ofthe
    1 rigor *
    ; htatc: .Agent. he pro liege is reserved
    ; Sitting the ,
    ".4 4. Persons making proposals are required to the United States! of increasing (iiven ujuler'mv! hand, at the city of N. H. Allen. of Jugust, 1825'
    7. to state their prices by the year i Washington, the 24th of March Revolved, That all VesSels
    ,, or diminishing the quantities to be delivered day 1825. April 15, 1825. arriving at
    , ': ". Those lio contract will receive then-:, one third, on giving 60 da\s prcviousjiotice. \ ;co. Graham; tMg Port, 1r071l: the C'itj J1 ef .Uohile
    , '+' quarler1)-in the months of May, Ne-w Orlea ls,- after this date ahlU
    pay be
    : Commissioner the General Land uhjecttd -
    : ; 'August, November and February, one will be made in 1 of Office. to qponmtiae fifteen dav3) inchul
    : No advances case .
    any Slt1J.Coffee : S111 lgGoocls
    ' < \ month after expiration of,each quar whatever, but pa} ment\\'ill be made only i big the pat f aye. and that it hall be Ik

    . : .' ter., /.. I. & Preserves. duty of ?mover of such vesse,,if
    , on evidence being produced at this ot- requir
    :i' -: 5. .No other than .a free white person by the neakh Olcei., to
    : and cause her
    lice, of the inspection delivery.It STONE K1SBET
    , sliail be employed to carry the mail. 1 OO Ras green Havana 'Coffee, to betaken off and the'
    :, 'r understood cargo
    is expressly that at all .3. boxes expo.eJg
    5 assorted in '
    6.'here the intends to con, ) preserves, the air belort leaving the
    , ;i proposer the depots and stations, the salt is to be AVE received brig St. Clair from gnarunti:mwuL
    t : cah box received per
    the of car- And be i
    t" ., the mail in, body a stage per H further Resolved
    , L received by measurement of 32 quarts to matula Malvina and for sale New-York TIiazf.o
    : ,f \ Tiaije, he is desired to state it in his proposals : bushel. f by mId after this date, no person or
    the perz
    _. ; and life stage must be of euffi- ( Stone & JS'isbet.W.HASELLHUNT r packagcs merchandize, containing coming '/ the Citt, Of Mohle
    When a bid is accepted, and notice 4IIJ a handsome assortment of by ,
    cient size, unless otherwise expressed, to I I shall'be permitted to enter this
    "J I.;.:.. "G'; conveniently convey seven passengers. thereof given to the pusunnaking thC fancy and. staple articles suited to the sea a fealty of Fifty JUurst without Cit!,unrkr
    offer in his bid, bid, lefusal or neglect oh his pillrl to give I son, viz '
    :: .t- 7 Every proposer may : I perninion of this JioarJ. '
    deeds uf
    and sulh'cieut'security within U'VU.Lhaw sale, pow- Printed muslins, various qualities
    . : to make improvements n the trunsporta.tionof : good a reasOIl..hlt And be it further Resolved
    '"':.. the mail, from the terms invited, : time, to be specified by thIs department )', bonds &c. in the 4-4 London chintz, person or Arsons shall be 7'hat'o

    .. .i., .-, either as to the mode of transporting it, I I it will iiien be at the optionJ must approved forms, and attend to any Fancy prints, chintz shawls, the precincts of this penniced t. enter
    ..:t': other writing which be onjmitte to City from Barra
    .. consider may
    the speed required, or the frequency ot this department to the contract Cambric handkerchiefs, catdunng\the\\ detention
    : > I him, 'with promptness and accuracy, and of any WMrf or
    lobe do. coloured flounces
    I the trips per week-which shall receive forfeited, or hOt. reasonable patterns, vessels at the Quarantine
    on terms his situation in without
    due consi cratlon. It is required, that ; Leno, book and jaconet muslins,
    : persons making permission from this Hoard
    the clerk's olfice renders under the
    an applicationto camb'rics
    , 9-8 and 6-4
    The number of the post route shall be hI unknown ,
    \\ are to department
    . .{ l', proposal, tins him convenient for those who be same penalty as above.
    . I stated every bid, and the proposal must should accompany their bids may Mnslipatam; handkerchiefs, And be it further Resolved
    about to execute instrument That
    of writ-
    .. : and directed to the General 1 any White and col'd merino & cassimere
    ,:-i :." t be sealed by letters: ricommcndator, from gentlemen il1Jhich is to be recorded. resolution shall continue in force until the
    "',: > Post Office,and endorsed Proposals." I respectability, or \vm are known shawls, 1st day of jyovcniber, unless fxd

    b.: .' Strict attention must be given to the 1 to the goxerniiiunt. Silk scarfs, do. long shawls assorted 1, ed, and t/tat'it' shall Is published sooner in thcj'ensucota re
    :' endorsement, as it is not intended to i Pensacola Hook Store Coloured lace scarf and h'kfs, -
    L ,desirable that all Guzefte; for three
    It proposals made successive veds.
    break the seal of'any proposal until the .. silk hose, white and ccl'd bordered
    sealed in u Signed, the llecordJn.
    of.. : be seperate{ envelop, and --- -- >
    1 !J' ". time red. for receiving bids slull have expi marked "Propos.aU for furnisuing Army JUST received per Brig St. Clair, di- Printed and, white Marseilles, i de la Rna,
    :. subsistence." from New-York, and for sale as
    -:; :- 1 8. The Postmaster General reserves to above,an additional assortment of Books, Blue and yellow nankeens, :,I rice President oftte B ocrd.
    Persons making bids will make two Linen Drilling with col'd silk .Attest,
    ,: himself the right cf declaring any contract stripes, |
    : : t which are the following
    : at an end, whenever one failure happens, sets ofpropusals, one predicated on being among Imitation, do. N. ,S. Par man tier
    : of paid in Western funds, and the other! NEW WORKS. ,Suspenders, cotton cassimeres ,
    which amounts to the loss a trip. .
    ,' .. .
    .4 4 on receiving payment in drafts on the : ofthe Histories 7-8 Irish Lawns _' Secretary.
    ' ". 1a.: 9.The distances stated are such as have Hothelan, a Romance English -
    ? been communicated" to this office, and department, Washington or some At- 7.8 and 4-4 Irish linens, in whole and .. Caution.SOMKidle
    : some of them mar be incorrect : On this antic City. Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823 half pieces, ,
    ro.." i.; s91)jcctthe contractor must inform him- GEO. GIBSON. and 1824, with Documents the reek 5.4 Irish sheetings, linen damask, persons having capsized the
    $- ::4 : Commissar General of. Subsistence.SHERIFF'S itevolutiouL and the life of 3-4 do. linen to the Revenue Department
    be Mustapha diaper
    not tickings
    -, ; \!;r: belt-the Department. ani -,_ ,- ; Port
    --- ofithis which she
    l '... swerable for any 'ml tale. Ali, Ladies' cotton hose,assorted, by has

    ".jf' 10. No bid shall be withdrawn after the SALE.Superior Buchanan's Sketches of thc North American White and coloured, cotton half hose: sustained.considerable injury; I hereby
    :A.t : j. receh- bids shall luve Court. Wa.t : Kibhed while give notie, h:1t should any trespass of the
    time for ing expired, I Florida., Indians, with a plan for their melioration do.
    'i ,7.,:1'' 1 A and should any person refuse to take the Sarah Boon, Admt'x) Russia diaper, crush, &c. &c. kind perpetrated in futur-t e !law-will'

    , .\. :4'. contract at his bid, he shall be held -responsible \s. Cfi. fa. Theodoric, a;, Tale, and other Poems by 6 cases gentlemen's & boy's beaver, be enforced in beliAhf'ofthe United States

    .( ". 5tib, to the Department, for -the I df Nathan Sliackleford.B Thomas Cimpbell, castor and roram hats. against the persons concerned.A. .
    $$14i, between his bid and that, which }V. HAMILTON, Collector.Pensacola .
    1 u.< '" Terence virtue of this execution, I shall: pro The Cook's Oracle, containing Ueceiptsfor ANI) IN STORE, Jhj.
    i ; : j f the contract shall be made No decisionson 5, 1825-23-tf.
    . : ceed to sell at Public Auction for I'lain Cookery, &c. fcc. &c.io'rraphr Gentlf>mcn's and Ladies' boots and I
    r bids shall be made known before the cash the first tithe British Stage, being theLives
    ., ,; .. :, on Tuesday day shoes, assorted, SIVVTIONAilY.UST .
    '' r.; j.<., 17th October, The assignment of any ber next, at 12 o'clock, at the CourtHouse of the principal Actors and Ac. Brown and bleached Idsheetings '
    \j : :;111''f h contract withoUl the I consent of t I ltk 1'ost- '. in Pensacola, the following real tresses, shirtings an ,5 ; received and for sale at the Pen

    i .., r't' : '.1:.4i:' master General, shall forfeit it-and in' estate, now occupied by Wm. McVoy, The History;,of Matthew aid, by the Plaids and stripes, checks, dowlas, ment sacola of Book: Store a sm&ll assort

    f14' """4s' nil cages where application II) make a viz :-All the remainder ofthe unsold land author Valerius! (kc. blue aud _
    ,- Osnaburgs, brown domestic
    I 'L. _
    4 q fctateil.transfer is made, tlif terms must be fully in the tract of cignt nundrcd arpents, adjoining Hallam's View of Europe, during the goods, stout for negro clothing, Quillsuperior\ quality,

    I to this City on the east and fronting Middle Ages.; and variety of other dry goods. Better Wafers
    11. The contracts are to be in operationon ,Paper
    Pensacola The
    : on Bay, granted to Francisco Spanish Daughter, old Madeira
    Superior in bottles
    on the first day of January next, and continue Moreno and The Human Heart Ink Pjnvdcr black & red
    com eyed by art* of sale JUilciia, Tencrifle and sweet Malaga ,
    .a one year.3olm to this defendant ; together with all the The Highlanders, a Tale, Wine in qr. casks. -Sealing Wax aud

    1 L M'Lcan, improvements, cUiU. ; sling of AVcnes in Kurope, Scenes in,Amenca,
    Postmaster General. The Blank Book ofa small Colleger" AND Office. Taie.[

    _ _ _ General Post-(Jkt', v.4I T11REEDII'ELLING. :: Living Plays, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, bth, 9th A good. assortment of Groceries. ,Wt: Hasell Hunt.

    Washington L'iiiiJuy 14, 1825. i1L, HOUSES: : "g :[1"; and 10th volumes, I, April 15th, 1825. May 14th 1'825.

    TOGETHER:: WITH I IPa1c"s -
    Information needed by an Old I It1 out Houses &c. &c. Works complete, in 5 vols. OKOXAXCE DEPAUTMRXT,

    Soldier. And also one other tract of land, containing Hollins Ancient History, 8 vols. JFasUvtfton, 4/A June, 1825. CIlIPOLtfl.Pursuant .

    ., !: The eight hundred arpents on Durand't I Plutarch's Lives, 8 void.Josephus's SEALED PROPOSALS will[ be recdy.
    undersigned rerved in the
    Revolu.tionary Blutf'
    ,; Escambia County, granted to Antoine -I I, Woiks, 6 vols. Department until the 31st to an order ofthe Honorable
    War, in the Virginia line, in u uI Collins and him day of July
    by conveyed to this Hamilton I on Purgatives, next, for furnishing the
    I f i ,' the month February, 1777, in Captain I defendant. Armstrong on, Typhus Fever, following Cannon Balls, viz, Seven tliou- County Court of Jackson,

    : : Holdman of Kice's company, to guard the! Also tvo other tracts of land, adjoining Miner and Tully yn Fevers, san.l five hundred 24 pounder Cannon WILL BE SOLD,

    : troops General Burgoine, who were the last mentioned granted to Lewis Orfia! Practical Bnlls: to be delivered at Fort Deleware
    : Coxe
    Chemistry ,
    by To
    it': j'riKmers of war. lie in ttifc highest BiddeT
    was said and Nicholas ,
    s ; company Lopez, and by them Powel on Contracts, near Newcastle, Delaware.

    .jA transferred about eight to Cant.monJm lcrrj\\'catber's, when he was cpnvejed to this defendant, containing Morse's New Gaztlteer, Six thousand 24 pounder Cannon ON the first Wednesday the third

    .i31 where he served fifteen company eight hundred arpents each. >alker's Dictionary! Octavo and Pocket, Balls,to be delivered at New Orleans. Monday in October next, at the

    i: t Col. Fmncis Tajlor commanded mOl ths.- Seized at the suit aforesaid, to pay the Milton's Works, 2'vols. gilt, The Balls are to be cast in iron moulds town of ChipoU l the Seat of Justice for
    the rci iinent i- of ,
    : while he was in the service, and he sum seven thousand three hundred ami Thompson'b Seasons, 1 vol. gilt, and to be delivered on or bcfore the first said County, a part of the lots of said
    1tk- thirty-nine dollars
    82 cents, with interest Beauties of Tvn..
    : was honorably discharged on the 2d and Shakespeare, do. day October, 1826. Ttyey will be inspected -
    May cost andwiiibe
    r sold to satisfy the Campbell's Poems Terms of Sale Ten cent. in advance
    1779. lie was also at the siege of York. do. at the manufactories, and at the per
    id Hervcy's Meditations do.1'ilgrims' expenseofthe United the balance in six: and twelve
    town. If there is any person still alue same.'V. States; but they are I

    : who can, prove his sen-ice, he hopes they Davison, Progress, do. to be delivered at the places mentioned, months. :
    :.., t4 will give infcrmaticn. :Mr. Win. Round-: Sheriff'jEs. bounty. Pope's Woiks-2'\ vols.J do. at the cost and risk of the contractors. Titles will be made on the'receipt of

    (. tree, and_ Mr. Daniel Knccves, who a few Sheriff's Office, Pensacola, Lights: & Shadows of Scottish Life, do. The proposals should ,be made the last payment.The .

    : 1' >ears ago,lived in Mercer County, Kentucky July 2d, 1825.-17-lamts. : ALSO, for each parcel, and should separately state town of Chipola is situated on the

    were in the same company with!, The Sorrows of \Verter, Vocal Standard. the price per pound. western bank,of the river of the same

    . 4 '' I him. but he cannot learn where they have STATIONARY.TtUST Life ouFranktht, Paul IHl Virginia, Persons disposed to ofTcr name at the head navigation, and adjoining -
    1. : removed to. From his 'iUiam Tell, ulliver's proposals will to ric1! and fertile lands; on a
    age and helpless% received and for sale at the Pen- i Travels &c &.c. be furnished, on application, with the dimensions view
    , S. situation, he needs ,the friendly assistance I \J sacola Book Store, a small addition: WHICH, of the balls, and the handsome eminence, commanding a
    ,: of his country. Information will be com to the assortment of Stationary before on'' together with :,the stock heretofore on tion*for inspecting them. regula. ot the country round it, and the prospectof
    : ?t municated to Colonel hand Hand, composes a health and good water is not surpassed
    of and
    . Stephen F. Ogden, consisting very ge- GEO. BOMFOIID
    Brcvt.Col.on !.
    L Yellow Banks, Davies county, Kentucky Letter Paper, plain and gilt edged, I! neral assortment of books, and will-be Ordnance Service. by any section of the Territor}'.

    f by mail on this business. Blank Docks, assorted sizes, old at the NewYork prices for cash.- Printers of the Laws of the United Thos. H. Hull, I

    1; .t ; David Chancellor Paste Uoard, Drawing paper, Country Merchants and public or private States are desired to publish the forego Dep. Clk. C. C.

    ;. ::4 L May 23d, 1825. Extra fine fled Sealing Wax, Libraries furnished on the most liberal ,ing once a week for five weeks and Jackson Count!.

    I f ;: _._ _ _ _ _ _-_. Japan band Boxes, are terms: and such;,books as are ordered and transmit to this Department, with, their to The Editors of the Florid Intelligencer

    JN OT10Eyg Kidders Durable Ink, %nd not on hand will be procured with as I accounts, one of the papers containing will givi the above an insertion once a '
    : 4 Camel's Hair Pencils. little delay: ils possible. Orders from a the advertisement. Jntill forward
    month the of sale, and
    hereby given, That at the next term I distance will be 'las day
    .1 feSj of the Hon. the County Court I will I ALSO and promptly attended to July 1-17-5\v. their account to the Clerk's Office m
    :A few dozen Webster's with the same liberality -
    Books. as a
    Spelling Jackson
    the County
    present accounts and vouchers ,
    V and personal
    :.. make a final settlement of the estate of, -_Pensacola 2CUi July, 1825.: application: STONE & NISBET, 21-bmti.:-:

    i ;. Giles Newton !late W. Hasell Hunt. 1LVE for sale
    of Pensacola, deceasCd. New-York. 100
    ,Exchange on bbls.'hiJlteJ"
    : Il, April 12th, 1825'.. '-&I. 60 bags Coffee, ',,. Arrangement.UB
    I::1 John do la Rua CiORulein sums to suit purchaser* 4 hhds. & 20 bbh Sugar, Thursday at 3 P. M.
    13 PlilJSJTiJNG: 4 qr.casks, ) Sweet and Closes.on Friday at. lOA. M.J .
    ; Dry
    j .tdnunitirator. Stone & Nisbct *' I. Robert Mitchell
    Executed with half do S
    Fe}.. 24th 1825-|l-tf. neatness and dispatch Malaga Wine,* ,
    Jan 14th 1825 Old Peach .
    4 at' this Office, Brandy, 'Port Master.ensacola

    I ,. merican do. Etc. &c ,'July 30b, 1825-3t.'Pl"POSA'L .
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