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 27, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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E.oiiiL; PENSAOOLA.j :. SATO, t.RDAI-AUGUST-27. 18251' ', ,? ,:n),:5..?!=-1"I't' 4,11 '! .{v "''r'No2&: "
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PI1JJ lIIED RII:7. : SAr.CU'1.fr.UY powers justices of,the peace in j sixteen of" them, sha be a grand .the court awarding said,.fines, after J1 1 rity clan Act of-tlie Giv'erboxand': -
W. JIASEr..L HUNT, criminal l cases, and' shall have jury, who shall, bequire'of worn to en- ten dais notice, and, the officers Council ff' that Territory,, approved :
SOLE J DJTOU.\XD PnorniRTon, :I power and authority, if they see and i presenk all murders, II aforesaid shall be 'entitled 16 1) five I 4th July, ,1823. :It further ',al- ;
PII&iitftr ef il-.e J.'l'f f the' Utntctl Slates. fit, to admit prisoners to' bail, felonies, crimes rusdemtraiiors pe> cent, for the collection of) the !et's thatlth Cotton thos insuredwa
ami ofM? Ten itaiy rf'Flvriibi.'jASCiUPTXON where it have been refused have been fines to tht- abandoned underwriter
Year may by. \Yh.atsoe'erVh h shjll adjudged agreeably \.to the :
Half )car 3. allY or the justices'of J peace.1 committed. [or done ufhin the limit provisions made by this act.' I: -), the, Libellants. ,and accepted -
Quirterycar 2, iScc. 6. He it.further enacted, *>of thfe-counly', jurisdiction of Sec. 25. Be further: enacted"I' by them. .; It prays restitution. on t
Single paper twelve and an Uajf cents.Siibicriilioni That it shall be the duty of ;hc ihe,court ; 'laud I asuficien number -I II That it shall be the duty the ground loor:a. ccnde. nation !by t
|, payable in advance.' several justices of the peace and shall not ,attend en the iirsi clerks of the several courtsto fo- a, Court "of. 'incompetent. 1 jurisdic.
Anvi.jrmi HOt more XH--than livery twelve Advertisement lines, first judges, acting as such, to keep Jay of the |court the seriff| or oIher ward to the treasurer semiannually -' tion.- I' .t_
{$J) _-Tlion; one dollar, cacli.subsequent in.rc.j1rI:3 all papers relating to criminal ofBcerjshall sumion of the I a list of the judgments for,fines The claim, of .David. Canter is !,
(fifty cents ; longer one-sin propor: matters in iootl order and on file by-slanders!, of the deSription aforesaid imposed by this act, under the under a purchase.dircctiy: and, at v $1'
t,0jj l-ilv and figure work double price in the offices aeperaU-ly: and distinctly a sufficient nuiber together penalty of one hundred dollars, for second hand, oJT the said .Cotont ;
jo Ue: first inserti :). Amounts clue for [from] papers' concerning with ,those attending to makea failing so todo, tu en : 'ihe said the sale made of it_ at] 'ey.West ad ||
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:A ,! '::A.l ,x1 hiction p maclu to lliosj who. i civil causes, and :o hand over to grand jUI7. ,(" treasurer to settle withhe: sheriff alleged by the Libellants."
alrf'l'tsc. l II\ me Hoar. .I.he public prosecutor, at least ten :)l'c. 15. Be it furthc enacted, or.either officer, and if the said The decision; ; aofl' agai.-at the
Ail com'minicaluws! to the Lc1itm' jdays'before the meeting of every That after any person sail be indictee treasurer. shall find a ueficet unaccounted competency of the*- C.o'rt.t.. ,Key
n'.si !.c />''<>*' j aid, or tlu-\. \. will be :ltlchItll. 'COUl'tt all affidavits, depositions, for felony, if hoe not-a--- for by thr.sheritr or other :.v' cst. The vessel wrecked ,was

jo..-or-. .-i.ot"'-,..is-....tii\s....-._II.-,.-.JI\\'CHil.'n/C.-.-.- ,, -,..--,..-....,,. and n'cognizances taker in any ready in custody:: the sl 'riff shall officer, he shall report the same. i the French ship' .Poi j' a.Petre' ,
-- ----- --- and every'criminal case. be commanded to alfac his body to the attorney prosecuting for the bound.from, New, .Orleans to H'Are \-
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.. u n' Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, by. a writ of capia, ail 1 when a Terrilory, whose dULY it shall .be- which! was, lust .Cn. tCary.syrtHtff : '
.\u- .t';:.-t-( ;r=the-8pJl'chcIISO:1- -{ uf Cl'ul11n"b:---r=a. That each of the said justices grand jury shall' have p -senled loi 10 institute a suit for the penalty,. and| the, }ivrecked property .
:' (ltiie! punishment of crimes und mis- shall have pow 'r to punish for any a superior :court a ''biJlf i 'indictment and, make the motion. herein di- which was: saved, carried as the .
tll.ll :lI UI':)0 contempt; committed before him lor felony, and "tl : prisoner rected.JSec. 1 laws. ofthe: UnitcjdHSlates directto
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and 'g'iltltii.t. Council of/he Tcriti tions :' sitting. as a committing: me prisoner to be 'arragned and That the Governor of this Territory West in [District ojuKey Weal,
.;ry tf J'hrsda, Tniit the justices magistrate: by a fine not exceeding tried at the same tern, unless I be, "auth oris\'d to offer are.. so called by ,u.e Act of',,Congress.! ,
ol the I p ace. of this Territory live dollars! and :imprisonment !good cause'be;' shewn ftl-a c ntin- >\.al" ,iot exceeding two hundred: "1 he lawful l, disposition of the property :;
:ial! lv cuiiserva ors of the pear.evii'ain nut exceeding :wtnty-'foul' hours. .Ua'nce, and shall allow 'him counsel -1 dollarsfor the apprehension of absconding ut hat: place ,was the point! 'Ii
their! iv spec me COil t- -sin Sec. S. tie it further enacted, loassist him in hi trial, if he felons 'in capital cases; a. iiaied before the '.Courtin
nUll Ht'r P"I ,,,. ...,.. -'n.u.A.' _t'h.if ..TuiirlMi; ; and the Governor shall he -
j.iir < ftv j.flVuirtvfsshall dirc it. author- CtarleslCnVber .part of the. promi tit'
all firsts of tnis Il'I' It".1'1lJ";> anil be committed'by a justice of -- oecr. To. tee 2r iirtntr enacted, Z'U iu uraiTuvu,., -,'v_."i .-i L :,had, arrived, having been t
fcuj; iiike jecognizance to I keep the peace, in any county where, That if any! persoi bt' commuted !treasurer for the above sums, purchased by Capt. 'Canter: at a '
the Mtaco. uiid to hi nil defendants there shall be &'jail or place of for felony! and shill apply to tne wiien necessary to be paid.for theirlewasd. sale authorised by the Court at 1,
to appear; at mu tupcnor courts to safe keeping snail be the duty court by motion bn the first 'day Key '\\ cst, which is above refer. ,
nnS 'H'I' any ctiuiinal) charge no*. ".f said justice of the peace to direct cf the term, and. Jiall, dl'siretn b Sec. .27. Bf it further enacted, red' to. 'The .authority of':that .
juvolvittg! capital 1 piiiushinriii; ando ic' sheriff. of said county to brought to his trill .before the end \ .naf uli QQicers: who are required! Court is thertforethe. jet of the
\ commit to prison: in all Capitalcasvs I i ch'li\crsuch olfender or offenders of the term, and hall not be indicted I b y la\v to tc.ke aw oath OL give action. .
andviiere. satisfactory bail', lo :he sheriff of the next adj.Jiningcounty At that tern, unless-it appear bond for the faithful performance The United States having obtained j
cannot bv .trt... *.\'I' in all other cases. where a jail or place of to the satisfaction of the of the duties ,thereof upon the: possession? of the Florida 4
S.'C. 2. Be it further enacted, safe keeping may be, there: to be court, that witnesses could not l failure shall be fined at me discretion 'fromSpairi.-.at4territoryremain.; ::1 1
Thai where any complaint! shu 1 confined and dealt with according: be procured, the court shall s't of me court, and .if..he presumes ed under," its existing .laws until ;
be inadi' ujvjn affidavit ul' UleII>' .to la a', and the said sheriff shall, him at liberty upo/i/' his giving bail 10 exercise the dulses thereof time and reflection ,should enable
i mtce ol the: peace ul Mjyotfeuce, and he is hereby authorised to in a reasonable pm.lty.to/ appea without pre-requisiies, he shallbe the new government ,to provide :
t-uiituimvd Jtgdittftt She la-v.s of this summon a guard for me ;iurpus at the next ;,courJ And if he be subject the said )penalty, andit 'bris recentl), acquired jurisdicUon. I
Te.rntoiy: u: inv laws of the Unicd Sec.: 9. Be it further enacted, not indicted at tie second term, shall be the duty of the several -In ,the year-J822, Congress _
:, Sir.es, it, shall he hi* duty That if the said (prisoner shall bc unless the attendance' of the witnesses courts of criminal jurisdiction '10. passed; a[law: prescribing the.form .j
forthwith to ';sue his \vanvtu to bailable! t b)' law, the justice shall were! J prevented oy himself :. ghe ibis act in cnarge to the of .|he 'Verritprij l .Government. I
any constable of the comity or sotlia enter that opinion in his proceedings he shall be 1 discharged from im- grandjury.Sec. designating a,: .Governor and.Legislative .
sheriff or marshal of the United and the sum in wnica he prisonnieiu. Aid ,if he be hot 28. And be .further enacted, Conncil. with authority .
Slates, ia case: the! said justice ought to be bound, and it shall be tried at or (before) ili2 third term That the act eniiiKcl'uii act for to p? s.IVs subject loathe appro '
ahoLiJ: U'e.ii cainplutni of an lawlul for any jucge: of the superior after his examiu.ion| he shall be the apprehension of criminals, md val or disapprpv.al of Congress,
important IU'UK::' commanding court ito admit the prisoner to forever discharge: from !ihe crime. the punishment of crimes and .&c. T.woSuperior Courts .were
tne iaid cot it.h.! ', slierilf or marshal buil at any time thereafter, upon Sec. 17. Be. it further enacted, misdcmeaiiots," approved September invested! with ;the judicial authority -
: forthwith to arrest the oil, nd- (US eiiicimg iiilu a rccogtiIKUUCCas Thai in all [trials fur felonies the seventeenth, eighteen hundred and > ihf Legislative Council p j
cr, and bring him, her, or them heretofore directed, ,and ,I1it prisoner shall have i copy of the ,and twenty two, and. an act empowered (creaie inferior Jj
befo-e the said jusiice; expressing judge shall transnit me recognizance indictment and pmt'or the jury, authorizing the appointment of tribunals The. Terriiorial Laws .
in said warrant the nature oi' .the to the clerk of the court, whenever may des\re it before justices of the peace, and defining ,were ,to be submitted to the President -
cfience: ; wnen the offender or offenders vvtiere' the prisoner is to be tried, trial or sentence. their powers approved June.. .before .tlu1st ofDecemberiu.
thall he arrested and and snail issue. a warrant for his Sec 18. Be it further enacted, twenty ninth, eighteen hundred each'- year, and l !luck as should not1
brought; !)t fore the justice, if the U,'livery.Sec. That the venire 1 summoned as a- and twenty three, be and the snjare be disapproved by Congress were
uUVncc charged against the pritoner 10. lie it further enacted, r010(' aid. or such of them as appear hereby repealed." to remain in full force-ibis :act ..
bo i.iviely a misdemeunoi::: I'/ial ;n all Cases of the cout : .;- ajid be not challenged, together JOSIW1 M. HERNANDEZ_ : \. was passed: on*. :h-e 30th March- ,
und the justice be saiisfi.ed, thai mc'i't ol'any person or p.'I's.ns for : ; witli I, so many oilier good President ofthe Legislative Council. I 1,822, and on the 17h -May of ,the
lucre is good grounds to hold crimes or misdemeanors ,under and lawful-men of ihe by-sianders, S.\.. lLo FUr, Clerk. I same yfar.K West was made a .
iiim to hail, the said justice ahall the las of this f erriloryanv two being house keepers within this (proved December 29/A 182LJrALP.UUVAL port. of entry: and ,the adjacent j
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takt' )his reeoijnizancpi with one or21hTC justices of l the peace of the county Territory, as will make the nunv territory designated astUeJDistrict f ,
sccunti.-sf U' his appearance where such person or persons bet tweheor| if the whole arraybe -- -' theTcritu.yof.V1urith.- ;.:.;.... of Key Wes,. On the 3d 'March, J 1
at the next 1Ll l'1'ii' couit, but on may be confined, shall have the challenged twelve of such bystanders aI 118lJELLJ1eJ\' ,-. 1823, Congress recognized the,go i *-"i
failure of entering! into the said I'Ccoaz same power bailing or discharging shall be a jury for the -... .- .veruuhentofUc Floridian Territory i ;J
.. :icc, ihe justice snail conlUe slit pyrson or persons, as is or trial of ciiminals ; and in all cases from the Charleston Courier. -and this second act, altho t
mit prisoner (0 prison.S.'C. may be possessed by cither of the of felony tile accused shull FLOiUDA LA\V, repealing parts of the former, also '.

3. Be i: further enacted, ju.jges of the su perior. courts. .have a right of peremptory challenge C'.lCE1-{A'lTG WRECKERS. contains this provision.. "Tn:g' .
That v.hen any affidavit !shall be Sc-c. 11. lIe it flit (her enacted of twenty.Sec. '1 he Editor of the Patriot did vernor.shall on or before the Istot ..
made b CuI'ctuy justice of the Thul the judge of the court ha.v-I 19. He il further enacted, not not overrate the importance December in each year, report the .
pSAce of any offence committed 1, 1 he tug cognizance of the ofltnce shal: I That all indictments' shall be s-hn-I of the decision in me case of the 'same (meaning the laws) to the ;.
:>hall u-quiro that the blfidavit have power to bail a prisoner, if ed by the prosecuting I New York Insurance Companies President of the ,UnIted. ,Atatea tobe
: tate as pat'; LCtL1Zy as can be done he should be opinion, that il is abailable and endorsed I on the back by the vs. David Canter, when he invited laid before Congress, which if
:lie ::at ere of the ofience and the offence, although the jus- fUf'IUan'ol'thf' grand jury "A true tile attention of the commercial disapproved of by Congress, shall _
ciroum'aiunces: attending! its commission lice was oj'a different opinion. bill" and signed by him ; in all community to that part of his paper thencejorth be of" no force. This '
-acid l in cases wf larceny*' St-c. 12. Be it further enacted, presentments fur penal offences which contained it. It could law Contains a proviso, in relation;
a ;particular description a:; nearly Tnui iI the prisoner shall desire the presentments shall be signedby not escape the discernment of that to 'certajn ,of the laws, which differs .
as can be made of the article or willu'sscs to be summoned, either the foreman; of the granr jury. genilemun, that the rights of bona from" lheabove, -. to.wh : AH, ,..; 1
articles stolen, and the \alue of before the examining court or the Sec. 20. Be it further enacted, I tide purchaseis to an immense a- bills to taxiheinhabitautsortheir. "' .
cacli sepcrately must be given, court before wuich he or she is lobe That it shall be the duty of inc ; mounl"were involved in this issue, property, shall. "before. they' be- ,
und names of all the witnesses tried, upon application! of the grand jury,; to present every of- by .which it was sought to set a- come \\'d\3-receive. 8an.c ion. ; of '.
and their places of abode noted prisoner or his counsel, me clerk I lenceagautjst the nenal. laws.of this side contractswhich_ 'were attend. Congress." I
down, and those, whoMt* testimony or justice shall issue subpoenas, Territory, ': whether any specificpunis' ed by' all the formalities ,ol law- Anotherscctjonofthis, act.gives .
sha!' be deemed important, and the court shall compel the attendance :nent' h pointed outer no!, and which if they hall ultimately 1 the appeal from the Superior
bound by recognizance to appear of such witUC& S. if the said punishment has not prove to be invalid, besides. the individual -' CourtsofjFIorid.t to .,the Supreme h 1
. before he court, where the trial Sec. 13. Be it further enacted, been inflic ed. injuries to be incurred, Court,"Sf' the,United States. In
is to ue place, to testify-but That when a (prisoner is directed Sec. 21. Be it further enacted, wilt cause 'distrust of our legislative 1324".such,s.thegrowiog'J1c; ( S-
bail r .- thc appearance of any witless .o be tried for an offence in the That approvers shall never be ad- and judicia1aiIthoritc S1.17 ..Legislation: that Congress .. i
snail not he required ; a wit- superior court it shall be the duty milted in any case whatever. : It is my design, at present, respectfully passed another ,act ;amendatory "
ness may however be committed of the clerk of the court at least Sec. 22. ,-Hr it further enacted, to notice the opinion of brtbe'. .Territorial.: Goyernm.entof 'I:
to prison if he will not enter into a ten days before the ,term thereof, That all prosecutions (felonies .excepied the court as.published,.and. '.to recognizance to appear. to issue a venire facias to the exc- ) all artions_ suits, presentment wherein, it: has, JO iriy ..apprehen, the.:.Inferior; Courts, :appointed .
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, cutie officer of said court, commanding upon penal acts of. the sion, mistaken the law, .in selling ,:hef.L &jsJtive.COUIHUgiving:
That whenever: any criminal case i him to summon twelve Govertiodind, Legislative Coun_ aside the authority of ihe.Courtai appellate;jurisdiction r fr.oJ1l-thenl: .
occurs briore the justice of the good and,161 wJul.hpuse keepers ,of cilshall be| .sued and. prosecuted KeyVest, ,appointed: 'to act .in' ;. r(? '6 f.theiSuperiorjCourts.of: Florida,
peace, if it be not bailable, or il his county to ,come' before the wiiLiin'tw4 years tuxt-after the offences lalion. to wreckers! .. ah&, wrecked., '. andOntJtIt.iflg2afl..appeftl. :from "
the prisoner cannot give satisfactory court, having criminal jurisdiction : com mined. /lrolz -T'tJ.IJ. : : I mere to.two.of the t6ree.SupeciorJudeesjrrfromwwhose
bail, tine justice shall make ofthe ofience, ,tne ,first day",of. Scc. 23.- Be fufthsr enacted, 1 extract frpmtj.4ppInkq,. tbfe -,* .decision '? '
Jut a commitment to a constable the'c' u tJ and return ..a. ,panel oftheirna'mcs. That bail may required upon statenleGt.or: ihe:libel. .na.clam .:-. ': ,writs t firrorsare.aH6wed. :to ,the
or other fficcl"re9ur: } :,that the suits for infractions) ,. penal laws: American and Ocean..lnsurance -,"\ I' } v'.. '.Supreme: : .C P-rt. of .the United .
prisoner be,tuktr. to jail,:and there Sec.. 14. Be it further:enacted, by 'order of* the Court. Companies 'of ( Sat. s.p| ., '
detained until 'discharged by due That the sheriff or executive ofii NefW/York. I: ; Libel for' \ l\'i Uha) .CongresshsieuthLelative'Counril ;
Sec. 24., ,Be i\\.furthcr\tcnactcd\ w. .; f?2fisttivtioh356 \.' ptWtW .
course of law, and which commitment ce! of each county, ,or district:,] Thai tle sheriff!l of .each 'county; .bales:of.(Cotton, ,and '.'4.:i. : : ; 4.to .

shall express the: nature of where_ acourt.orcriminaljurisdic..' shall. collect;all nes,'',imposed ,,by, .I jpavidqwter... ; ,:- j _. .ja ?! lpr\ "-l tr tJg t.. 9:1.d1PP'lnt'. .. ..
the offence, and'upon.. whose oath, Lion ,is to be.\ holden,':shall 'before i this actlwiiIiip 1 :thdr respective .' : txbel allpges) 'at.a r!!|m>* fct'p'f1\ } n JJ' r, g .p.r .
I or affirmation the prisoner has every' meeting of attid'czrtsun cotutieiFnd tljejnai'shals of the ,quantity- of Cotton.msj otmlYorki tt ,'sri i d-S! !1 ,lli.j. i -
, been accused and arrested. mon twenty-four of the. most .discreet superior! .c ,n: their respective! was'.jhipp, .fron '#ftwr f- !':. <\ J!. .P.A -,, ll,. '!!} .tg i
I _Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, house keepets resIdiugith._ districts, nd, pay.them overdo ihe. 'I.( }t\1 fur1are,4FIdce Grgce J jn. Y rll'i\ f; ru r1, .u!>J lS :

i Thit the judges. 'of. the: superior: in the limits, of the jurisdiction of! treasurer. oTiheclothe:1'crritory, semianouris .. ; :,..and .was '.wrecked.on* *, the. :; f.2r. ,41,9r.. : bafllff.4l. :. .en. .' jUrlo> 't. ;tcfi4
; courts respectively shall *x officio said court, to. appear at the suu nually,. uij penalty bf .five. 'Florida:Coast; from which, it.'s,, t1-/ Hfl.. qR {ft !_d:6 11 : 1
! justices and conservators of'the ceding term: on, the first day hundred 'iolJiWWsides! I the:sums.; saved and: arrledIUo: !Cey3V.est: Y.91 fr6f!fr.JtV.t P1M .; ; ((s:",, ,. _

'I' 'peace, and: have and'. exercisr thereof, which the_..said_ of1iceris' .retained. J'1.[Mti\n) : 1 and'not paidJnYto wt jere it:was.conderaned. * k r1* *tan J"sod!Ir ,, .{ S:; n.gll'11 l1gr .S' .in ,
whenever they' 'nvy, deem it fit Ji.) <.rt )t PQ\Wert dtoto,' and the the treasurj; :fo.l h"uh.jtHey.UaUbeJfable ,b'r':'Y\rxucof a.decfee, ,of 'a i ouryirt JP2f.t., } 9j1! l 1f tlatJl1t. I'

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i"r J .'..It Icany). "ether' actfrid.6f' i .the' firs-'-t.'D ta9'i.oIRu for' teliefLi.c rplemi J ".ipledf* ttteii' lIves bo-( ,'States Independence have,.h>arlytal'up':.&e8tilislve4 n. ,ab..i$.>. :a"$ we- ..*w Use 1tttes_WI!'".tiiecfld4seYie ofCy'..m. SSi .

; ife caVes,. oJ: wreck, th iir for cs and-their sacred : 1 .,. ,
, jhed 611..Congrea.-Iitbt /I salvage V i ema:, ."Khlt tb \.
'iqi\B r-
i .. thftt is nors" :i defence' of ,the HghUwtiichw .\j hlch probably.inj} cb.wl ili'wia:
I. tGba. Ia.., ; We, beb. P J ( .sreguap hemispheres opa tA'an.'i
iimeYttplh '
the Courts herein before We iotot meet and even >t. this I ete4 .;Go,. TT UGaits p tnI
.1' 'WboJc'theory.oC! Florida. .' :( ojoy.
t latiTC'power-which ii: the :to,and that due; provision .t o\1\ celeb te the victories of a ,begin to_ te I-. -. I s&Anc1 n OJ'Andre ... U-

entirely confided' the I been. made by law, for'the nu raightyinarch) ,; wedo? not meetto victories. .i '%.; otlfl cTheseFellOW V t'tu.n .

I vcrnraentwith this exception us cases of shipwreck .which blant \e.blood-stained laurel which Lt have I w &cjjuiiju_ KaKPE
Flori the ,w of a Military Des- a few of the bfesslfrgs dictatorial iMhner, and -
ihall occur the appears
that they no on upon to -.
.i pass COn,
.. out .of .thei revolution, dtr the President
violation of the ,& that, without the incon- pot ; 'we. ':not meet to respond grown as a.fit IUbJ't to Tent
I will serve 10 show us the ;,the venom of his,spleen"
Laws of the United States. of a distant voyage to Au to he do as of Potentates or but they under to wonder -lio lat:.will adclreM! imon rtLu. .w?
whuh we aw
We find the Legislative or Pensacola. It would, be Princes, fi tn whom we might. expect obligations had hive iusptnded the PrrziJg: taTattSJ!
caD -
I t j
I of Florida conformity indeed, that the law hone i and prelerment, on master,spirits firmness to, exe tcrcourse,with Government, !If.! -

above enacting require wrecked goods to be account of ur flatteries or'pretended clty to,plan and --
powers most of -them*
into the American zeal or have we met for cute-.and, although "The Gatt'cMade 'l/Rcrt"-irevcrfh
of 1823 the law nearest ;
4th July, ,
have long since paid the debt I,bove'quotation was applicable fet"!
of where could convivial to prostitute I to"any
f cerning wreckers and entry, they rposes .receive the re- it is to the correspondent at ,
and to
.. which is the subject judicially disposed of. thet noble. acuities of the mind hature gone i na Gazette.--wl.lo .Lou.
Y perty, : ward of a well spent.if yet their.memQriesare.firmly"eogravt7n signs himself
being humbly deemed to the alar Liberty ; bull\ we cu." misquotes '
ter of this suit. Its upon ; an article in :
plains ils object.11 : Jaw, I will advert to the have assembled$ .this day,in accordance upon per of the 6th inst. so as to make our us pa
\ to the ,heart of every true' Ameri- I that his writings are the Say*
: is that g facts in the 'case. The witl hi h-toned pride, effusions of
necessary prompt
i mbrnc ,of can! Our"assembliesi_ have nearly taken, interested or malicious scribh T*
Point Pare perpetuat
should .be: ship a was ibe.vrrn
cient protection :' ceased to be honored by those silver he.says."the editor thinks my 'nictui?:
to wreckers, and to the on Carysfort Reef, about one ot thVmosf 'important highly colored in hi5rw..' '<::0
the 1 nW
* .. : from Went and 300 which history has recorded. locks, which were ornament
wrecked brought Key fess,I cannot discover any great corST
property of
of. and the pride
the limits and jurisdiction St. Augustine. One of the The American Revolution is age tency in that confession when Le f

: -Therefore," & was the Florida Revenue deserved/ esteemed by the en- youth, yei the name cf WASHINGTON that it may he the efution. 01''M I tdS
, Territory.
'. of mankind anoccurrci with his worthy associates, interested or maliciout tcriblltrt"
' first directs the the Captain of which, to l lighlene part OD tt
clause will bt identified with the ference to'our remarks it will be.
I c'which has contributed, ever round
apprize a Notary Public with the other salvors, car- that Americus has here;
quoted frolD
nearest place to that 'the property saved to the in aii err sent degree, to better the growing prosperity of our country. i I separate paragraphs, for the lw

cunditiq of man. It is not, how- Fellow Soldiers, 1 should do vio- us: 'so incimsistcnt purpose. cf
lands the saved. lace. Here, the Captain, as to .saytbat
I property to representative of the owners even in intention to enlarge upon lence to my own feelings if I did : we featthe picture, %which is too,bightr
1 a jury
Notary summons assented to the t hissub ct, nor to detail the causa not acknowledge the honor, which colored in our.favor, may be the! ffW oJa

; sist of five persons, giving underwriters, free whic.. led to it.. In this en- you have conferred: appointing of mistaken, interested:; or ttiaiieioiM,
and t
I vious notice to the of the notary -v scribblers:: The truth is we said &.\\1
l lightened when we all havt me to address you upon this most
or and received the pro age think the wrjterisuniiera mistake
owners of the properly, in re. _
, of the sale, deducting the a- bt-comet learned t j'a greater or interesting occasion ; I say most in- gard to the Land Conunlssionere havinr

: representativcs.-The of decreed. No less de eland especially after trrettingy because>> the visit of the protracted the adjudication of Spanist

: I the representatives, name salvage demur the tikI'eat) ions of that much admired illustrious LAFAYETTE his adopted claims to an uincessary length cf tiaJ*
the salvor two at was made, nor any and that
Jury-the we thought by
i which is eventv\\ calculated publishing the
strument, we have country an
the decision The property article the,Editors
; and the Notary names! ran the risk Ie of circu.
It is their duty to sold, and fairly bought by the just (' dread, it would be preumptu4is to elicit all the generous lating incorrect and injurious opinions"

' take evidence as : Something like 'sus s in me to add more. feelings of the heart, it forms an founded on the cnu ions of mistaken, i inlterestcd

goods-to she sale Happ. for us, the epoch which will add lustre to the cr malicious scribblers." Here
and to specify the : is attached to perpetuation -
oJ risk, loss, historic I feel we have spoken. cf the "vrlcras tind.r.
l and myself ..
I of ojr\ Independence has page, --V'
the following 'proy-
of the goods saved, and to by passage mistake ant have expressed; our belief
an award in writing of the opinion of the Court. Af ed the f sity of those predictions, particularly honored, as being the his opinion* were fwitded the effusions&

of they deem that the composition which;, enemiesdid not fdi1 to i instrument through which we this of&.c. but Americus seems conscious
'.7 salvage may
"as well as of the manner the Court at Key West was prom lga At an early period clay joiii the millions who are as- that the epithets which we. applied to the

as to render the minis- of( our! noli\jcal existence. it wag"un semblj4in ,rp.U hraft thft. events founcTed dfli.LsiouL-, '*- V*" 1- L. r4' WC1B
perty might best be : .wen informed which he was so conspicuous are applicable to hirasel;that
j..ot c-uryur5vCUTLflh1 we cannot refuse him
this duty they perform that form of an actor. our consent to Wear
Tie| Judge men, Republican\ the coat which to fit
oath. The ) pro appears him so well"Ve
prescribed admire the chivalrous :
. uld not But n'hile we \ confident
s-. government c Jong sustain were that our remarks'could
_i then certified to evidence in this case itself, yetlhe time has already spirit of our progenitors,let us be felt only where they 'ere.dc.

; .. Court, whoe'instructiol1s, circumstan very arrived wren this has ceasedto I. not forget thai we are called uP9n .served, and, though some of the asaer-

i ed through its clerkthe to light be a problen. We now behold to guard the sacred boon wb *. lions of Americu are by no means "(acts
bound to cause will warrant the opin too palpable to be denied", we slull
to obey
have transmitted
the United States in the : they so faithfully -
have eX'pressed.rrhe presi- respected enter into an argument with
: a writerready'
the award
*: to be given to us.Ve hay life IQ
magistrate was the judge Cabinet and lunored in the field. I to ? only a to acknowledge, a picture, drawn

'jury. condemned-the auctioneer Her Navy tooJs no longer confined I estate in it and are _morally and I only for him-whom it might rese llt.! -

Another section bound to instill into .
to the narrow limits of religiously
sold-and the purchaser at our own ;
t4 owners\/lio may be absent ; the minds of the rising generationthe : Among the toasts at
of of the shores, but htr victorious flag is given a celebration
I I represented by their own some property- borne in value of the privileges which of the 4U.July last; near Detroit, we find
,' fair and upright his triumph upon every sea.
those whom the law the following:
1. as or their legal representatives cter may be (and I shall not She no longer':s:eks foreign alliances we enjoy. It is highly gratifyingto By the JHon. //.B. Woodward

4 noticefrom the Clerk I to impeach it) it must be to sustaki her, but, strong my feelings to recognize, even The Territories of
year's in this small who Michigan-,
in her own resources extends the assembly, many
that he was exposed to Florida and
Court of the Arkansas.
r Superior paternal hand! to others in the have not been unmindful of their, May

the goods, Sec. and the by his multifarious glorious causefFnEEDor.Under trust. I !See men,. who;in the dayof I Congress adopt measures to adr-
in that place, which mit them all into
charged in their behalf the Union, on
to be avoided. It is in evi the mid form of govern- battle, did not tear to oppose a the 4th of
'i' care of the proceeds. \ relentless foe and teach those day July: 1826 ; thus
that the defendant was ment which wt enjoy, and the enlightened -
.- owners or representatives Islanders duplicating, and more than.duplicating .
to by him, and advised to policy which has be npUI'sued haughty to respect our in the first half
( of
sent, they may For these services century
tnibu.'s National rights, you
the sale. our Councils.
adjust the salvage as they our Independence, the origlml
entitled to country's -
choose, without reference is true that the Notary Pub we nave already seen a greatdevelopement and will your be deservedly gratitude States of the Revolution.

w act. The next sections of Key West does not depend of National power. ranked benefactors of

, : relate to duties on the for subsistence on hU offi By a well regulated system of mankind.Vith amongthe these observations Ic this day's Gazette will be

For non-compliance emolument ; but that fact Commerce, and a vigorous execution found an ,Addressdelivered by
goods. I close address humbly
the requisitions of the law can, nor jght, to take a- of the Laws, we are happily my Doctor De Camp on the celebration .
'r1i 1 "t[ that being '
relying Almighty
freed from that odious of upon
Notary Public is liable to a : from the respectability of his system of late.Anniversary., of A-
who has
taxation &? the of guided us throughthe
iat S100-each of the jurors to The Notary .in this scourge eventful which meJ' can Independence Canton
Mr. WHITEHEAD. a other n t\ons. Possessing every years are pass- ment. Brooke
was The
-and the Clerk of the gen- ed for the future and Tampa Bay
advantage, from variety of soil and growth
n.of truth and
Court to a fine not reputation following are the Toasts drank en
of ourbeloved
S500. goods were sold by P. C. climate,;; with facilities for binging prosperity coun the occasion.

EC: Co. auctioneers, in all our resources into active try ; hoping that we may all be 1. 4th '
This law, passed in July, July 16.-The San :'if
iI fortunate of
combination for so at the great day
Was submitted to Congas firm lUre \, has an inter the general good, Liberty diffused its genial,,influence

cember ot that rear. I. That firm bought five bales wt> may boldly assert that the period muster and inspection, as to pass .through the forest of the

lions of ( Congress have I cotton, which they sold to has(arrived when we can defy he scrutinizing eye of the searcher New World.-3 guns-9 cheers-

defendant at the kingly: combinations and of hearts ar.d receive the rewards
since it formed a part of the same price. holy Hail Columbia.

'' 1 .. rial Code: It has never \ assuredly not for the inter alliances. We behold our country of our earthly_labours.-, --- 2.-The memory of WASHINGTON. -

approved. A vast deal of? those persons to cause a marching, with gigantic strides, .-(Drank ttandte )-

i..z ty it is said near a million of the goods, upon which to that proud pre-eminence of national )Pr jill (c@IL& 3 minute guns-Logan water.?

ir lars worth* has been bold commissions depended. The grandeur, which she cannot SATURDAY, AUGUST 77, 1825. 3.The departed Heroes of tfr

Great advantages have sentence in the paragraph fail to occupy. The general diffusion ,- RMJolution.The recollection of

joyed by all parties intimate collusion between of knowledge, which has accompanied From Tampa Hay \ve learn, that the detachment -
1: k4i which had marched under the their deeds will only cease to inspire
. the access to a good Notary and the defend'ant. her in her growth from command of
:ZI! easy Captain F.L. lade to the when Amerioans:: cease to

r and to a prompt decision evidence the Court had infancy to manhood, the result of St.John's, had returned to Cantonment honor the courage and genius\ ,

relative claims. It is such an inference, was that system of education, which Brooke. A letter from Col. Brooke says, which achieved their Indepen--

contended, that it is not a by the defendant him- was early, adopted and vigorously 1 he troops returned on the 4th inst. der.ce. 3
" Drank
--( standing)-
everything ha'ingbeen
amicably settled
tent Court, and so far as A letter addressed to him pursuedaffords us every reason to. ihe ; minute Htj-
was through an inundated guns-Anacreun in
decision goes, its authority at Havana, and written believe that our Republic will be country, and they suflered much from ven. V

nied. on other matters, mentions durab as: the everlasting hills.- privations and exposure, and notwithstanding 4.-The Heroes the
surviving of
It will not be questioned wrecked cotton having arriv Man, the poblest work of creative only one mall sick." Revolution. Covered with
I scars
the authority of Congress Key West, and adds, ''it is power, is fast arriving to the highest received in *
From Nev Orleans.-Our attentive our Revolutionary
- __ t Territory is absolute, damaged to invite specu his pitch of mental vigor of which of the Louisiana Gazette correspondents and- I I strugglesThe benedictions' of

_ i- pale of the Constitution- I naturejis susceptible, and since of the (;Courier have forwarded by the an admiring nation rest upon their
it is
divide have thus submitted an an axiom in politics that Amelia their to '
'I may: and distribute oppo- men papers up the 17th inst. silver'd locks.-3 cheersStony .
ers in any manner most ad view of the case, from that i cannot lo.g| be enslaved whose The following! tile only article we find guns-9
: Poinl.5.Tlie .
. minds respecting the health of their ,
sortize has been taken by the are well informed city.
public good-that we may I
: From the Louisiana President and Vice-
Freedom of discussion soon, instead of .d.ugu8l15. j
t is an American Jubi
d convey admiralty 1 1t' The weather still'continues
r President
; lee : very warm, oftne United States. -
'i1L by so doing create appertaining to truth. anticipate an universal one. but,from all accounts the degree of heat 3 guna-6 cheers---America,

Courts, whether inferior : of the entire le- The advantages of the Revolution we have experienced,1 not as great as Commerce and Freedom.-

nor, as their and honesty of the proceed were not confined to this has been f felt at the North; we have heard
: I1t purposes of but few cases of sickness: which 6.The' Ex-Preaidcnt*.-Retired -;
quire-;that they may \ .at Key West, justifies. this country alone,; the world has long be partially accounted for from the small may from the tumultuous scenes

Key \\ appraisers of called for as it is by groaned under the oppressive number of strangers now in town. of the political world they
and of published decree. A. nand of kingly may
salvage and
as they power only enjoy all, that excellence and virtue
pointed! in Charleston appr waits an opportunity to assume Commodore Porter.-We observe with

of imported goods, :&c.- \\m 'Oration.. those rights which the great giver regret in the Northern papers an intimation merit.-4 g ns-9 cbeen-
'. that this gall.mt Officer will, whatever President'larch..
of these Courts IntendejJ for
being Address delivered all. France, may be the decision of the Court Martial 7th.-General LAFAYEtTEOUrheart
at Can *
Courts, the argument -* Brooke through ; influence of one man, on his case retire from the service of overflow with gratitude at
of interference Tampa our noble ally, soon the United States and
an by a perceived the accept an Admiral-
jttr1t1 Florida day'of the recollection of his toils.
thority in admiralty I on the fourth | advantages.\[which would result to tyship in the Mexican service. We say ,
1825, by Doctor Samuel with because in the holy cause of.Li-
does not and G. her from a change of regret, whatever may have
apply, can government,
Iw Assistant been his indiscretions bert .-3 9 cheers...Washington's
4 Camp, Surgeon and notwithslanding we consider that j; guns-
I i'fl eight. ...Array. an unheardof he has been_ ill-treated, in, the persons March. .
r t1 The United States 1 combination- unfortunate events whjo'have been Hptail_.. rl no.... "'A..I.. .__ -r .
---- --
/ ( So/dier-In. v- u.it ucr9 ui 8.- dndrevthcdistmguished ,JackEifl,
assembling which the General, .1
v' ::1 not demur to this tribunal. took place in that Court martill.Corn.. Baron is not .
trt have' sanctioned upon this occasion, we country,.he is hi a measure politically such a man should have been appoint Soldier, PvotedPatrit.3guns6 ..1
itk e.rl't nc ed to cneers.
only gratify ourselves, but we regenerated. The try Porter-his most.prominent act .
not disapproving of'it: P has been the -
to Murder of Decatur. -Hail to th Chief. '
respect a custom coeval spirit of the Greeks ,
i > so borne -
it concerned have long HadHull
acquiesced the ( or Bai ridge been Linked together
the 9.-The
4 ,.existence of the happy down by the tfh/ont- ,
:i \ President
oppressive of of
much the'ourt.lt
property has been ''t..a ; of I power I would have been by wisdom arid virtue.-lt bids
: ij : red tinder itand'even' \ government which Moslem tyrants and Christian: differentt! it is, though'we regret his: .

1i 1 was kIdwnat Ke"VesfJt e ;. and, although forty-nine princes, app arlto;; rise. with 'the retiring from the service of his Country, defiance to,foreign, inurigiir .and .

,have'elapsed since, our, fa occasion which bas called we cannot censure him for it; especially domestic, ,. .faction..3 guns-r: .
'sui forth
t ,comm
was i1 dJ",to shoot off the*' fetters which their slumbeiW as he goes to serve: in the cause of Liber chctrs-The'Star Spangled_ Ban-
) -S aTgoesof.p' 'p'rcr i n energies, and, I ty. 1'hathe should have beentried the V "
V '
them to the Mother.Coun I re ner.
;; f4 : 1aave Zlm't'd 'I. although they hive had. to contend is no doubt: but it should have been
u .vwi *n-v .by
< Liberty msf ,
:i ftttd-beeii- a ld''ttKoat declared the right of self- againstevery \ .featfulbdds, we have his equals. possible.- > ,10--Je Tree of ,. .

fr ttinihouhitritit'' : l t, V yet the' subject :has '. reason to/expect/ they will it .tata deep root .and flourish;: m

of: none outs Governtr Tht the South American RepopHciami >
: g sir original impor wrest their co"untr/'from the Troyp.- Gorcrnur of '
of .
the ownei as on'the : 1 un- _Georgia disdaining ; eVjbe.eraifcAtcd'r.sba.k : to
;, V hallowed correspond! with ce : (
I' It therefore: be a l graWtf e'' Turkish the Secretary of War bus ; .
may .addressed two t.-Onc.
will by Etiropeap rqpf
I Happy day ever be any_ ,
:: I turatdf that th'ere exists at monarch. Bit {America msto Jong'letters to t\ic\ President of the Unit- p.9d1-: '
d' Americans as'sacred't.o be ed btates gun-'3 cheers +Yankee
,. the Their
\. bet Calculated for length
TF Wcittanctioncd th the preclude* the '
U. united .
;i by of those, who, iifhe vigorous:grorit/ .:the tree'of:Li- possibility. of our publi5Iung4eith; : 11.-The* ; ,t>-o f 'the:,: ". .>. _"

gorcrnmeat a competent which*- tried men'a. ious! berty. The I.South American j jof before them this week i v e': a'lay one or both States.- guo-. 6 V cltccrsr.: r..,. : "

** r our.readers in our next We. r,. ry's Victory.

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> 12-72*; Head.b4arEment, Ten ; sink holes and pdnda are l o\\ ..ernumerous. .It It V'U I fended=by tbJ>section" tLt.t one,.,of .pa !1 I' l diseaiproduced t tpmaVe a6eep.Smpres not'ODtl' ?..

nl/wisdom ,*nd: energy '.tlirectheir'CounciW. 1 ,and are stored .with cxccfle personal pr.op'eitj'Wl d, be absolute!l by intoxication ODA':th those immedkftly i concerned: bat'6n'Hba .

.--1';gun':':';3 'cheers fish, they arejunifonnly, impregnated with. boundfrorntbedayI.1 theaberiffnunqueationabl last DpctoryaB,Bruat, Surgeon"a world' Welooinaintobisthryfurspar1iui.
lime;;, many'of them being surround d ccires: the execution,it ; t.We Pee'a people after'emi i. _
._Jffffrion .nd'Ld trly. with majestic live oaks; afford beautlf ul highly impolitic! atKi'ni: work great in. Mate, of:a lingering disease of the patonjT ,tnttiKelVM from .slavery, .and
13.-As we pledge Thee lat jn winSo < situations for residences. justice to in locent and n .fide purch liver, brought'on by" a t.ruise' f tn gKalodrgsuccessTori of unheard.of

our 6uf blood is thine _The high oak lands of Leon and Gad.. scrs, who may.know not ingofthc judg.. the West Indies last year. Thcreware trial, fully maintairiin; j their 'indepen: Ii

.t -4 Oh! \Woman.' den'and the rich cane: lands, of Chipol, ment or cxeUontAkej: out on it. I "now in 'excellent' healit dence for thirty] years-wilhbut. count

3 guns 9 cheers-Ph say not afford the,richest prospects for able Plai- If such jt ..conistructiourald of this section' the sick nance, education_-or 'resot >- untini'at
amounting! only tfour
woman's love is bought !ee. ters.' The'Sea Island Cotton is found t to be: put upon,it by our courti, rio I report once from slavery to sovereignty-pro.
VOLUNTEERS.Col. succeed beyond expectation, and the- -mi- ipri couldj, buy withafetyeith. r of.a and these of' chronic 'case cnbed in coniequei of'their color

Brooke.-Gen. A: gar cane, altho' a. late ,cultiv&iionbids punter iothi! .country: ; hog or a'_cow, or ofdebility.Business.- from all social intercourse.. with' the' nations -
G. is!. fair to rival the crops on the river 'bo olf*storekeeper in tovn any article cmelchandizeljf 'was dull at' ,Havan, bf'the earth. Witness the act of

klnson of the 6th U. Stales' Infantry toms. In no country is the market better. ; atthe' time, a judgmen :the place' very sickly and 'but .few, justice their part'in the payment bf ,

and, the 6th Infantry. or more convenient. One farmer i iGadsden in was'mridingand'an eecution.taken'outagainst in the thirty niIionsoflla11asrenidnentio4tothe 4
vessels Hornet
Asi't. Surgeon De C mp.-Th County; said to,have realize, theseijer. Executions frequent. port,/when former -owners of the soil-and '-'
Alliance /North and last year; 'four thousand ,dollars for h ly remain in the.l handspf the sheriffs not sailed. thia too done',without the possibility 'of*

Republican cotton crop; there are some in Jackson only many days But inany weeks, unknown News of.the sailing'of the'U. S. being coerced. J(Prcaidentfloyer'and hitScounsellers k

&outh mt'rica.fa a' their unitei County, 'who. have ,on the ground' ,thIs to the-' public atlarge before a levy Ship Decoy had reached ,Havana, deserve great honor for this

exertions srt bounds to'the lawless year, crops of a.ranch greater ,value. is made. I If then personal property but she'had Dot arrived. noble disinterested act of justice. Let *
ambition of European Tyrants. For Planters of less force, Hickory be absolutely! bpund fiom' the day the the nations of Europe-let the Holy"Alli
Capt.Isaac Clark.JMcjor Gen liii). Holmes Valley Uche, :Brace's and sh rifl'recei./es.ft execation, and before We regret .to learn, .that Lieu ance.borrow a p'ige' from their code ""of

the of Chi Alaqua Creeks in Walton County afFotod any levy be made, an innocent' purChaser. tenant William Lougbton, first laws,and theqbIushttheir. .. own insigni !
tralSrovn, plains pew a fair prospects. Hickory bill'affords the who 411 the mean time hsi* paid his mono:;, officer of the U. S. frigate: Constellation ficance. 1

and Erie will bear testimony to< best timber in West Florida) ; the oaks for an article [he'may. have purchased of died on the 22d ult. of fever The result ii consoling 'to hamanitt.. '
his distinguished services in the are enormously large cherry is abundantand the debtor, might have it seized by the it proves that:phyIeafman is '
have been .
supposed to contracted .I
cause of his country. as fine as can be imagined; these sheriff in part satisfaction the. execution the same, whether::.b ," evt '
CAJTOSXKST UnooKt,4th July 1825. are interspersed with Red Bay of a lArge ; and the! purchaser light in vain at Key West.-Beacon.JVem : merican forester.bttckeried v

SIR-I have taken the libcrii size, while cane fills up the intermediate look for indemnity to the ndor. of an equinoxial sea that iencej'. :iTmutiou. '" : 1.
{pace!. This ti act :however not extensive This is not the law of.Eyjland, nor of thf Eatt Florida,Herald. ,law: ,liberty, sdall.ih0 'grfces,,.all ;
offering thro' you to the Geiitlr.men ; it is considerably broken and the' the State of New: York, not we believe, Information ,has just been. received the bleisingsosociaI intercourse not .

of the 4th celebrating the country around It poor. All our large : of any State where justice all equity pre- from the Seminole Agent' dependent on the complexion,'but on the

niverssry.of our Independent streams are skirted with rich bottomsbut vail. Personal t property is nit\ in England all A detachment cultivation of the mind,'.on the)discipDna I
the enclosed toast in rein>m.. they are generally subject to'be nor in those States ,absoluUy bound by bestowed' on:;that.immortal, pah.The rIi
overflowed and. like all other low rich judgmentj'until' execution,that is,until of two companies of U. s'tro s. Haytfen ,now beholds nothing- buti the '
brance of a Soldierwho in the second lands, produce fever and ague. Th un actual levy 1 be_ made b; the sheriff under the command. of Cap .'Dade'' broken links of his former Chain,,'and .

war thrice sealed his devotion hammocks cn our sea board afford the under the execution. had arrived there" from Tarn pi shouts to.the -rnonarchs:of the,Holy'Alliance 1

to his country with his blood. most pleasant residences that can be imagined -: The sixth sectiondirects, tie sheriff to Bay. No further difficulty is across the Atlantic, that his country .. *
Respectfully, Sir, ; the sea breeze afford both health! observe a certain order; in taking his: ap. is free. The assembled monarchs of Europe '
Your ob't. scrv't. and comfort while the fish and fowl ot': levy under a Ft Fa and authojzes slave: prehended, until the tim'e'expires: confess the fact and take him by the -, '
description, render living both taken in execution to be replcried.We for the issuing of rations -to thi hand. :
I R. M. SANDS. cheap every and agreeable. consider, both of these provisions Indians by the Unitod States, From theLouhiana_ .I1JVeitiCr I

Col. G. M. BROOKE, : last of the Ocklockney river, Mil exceptionable.] Why should the credi. which is at hand The Bishop of Havana has effected his.

President of the Day. seats are rather scarce, there is however tor be compelled to resort to ate description We understand that the. Lighthouses escape from'arrest,and has,fled to; New-
Our late Chit'Coland 11 illiai a ridge of rocks, very little elevated I- of property more than andher secure Orleans, whence he purposes to go to '
King, a disciple cf Pike's and like bore the surface of the country, which the payment of his debt Once his; at Cape Florida and Key] Mexico. The interest which the publicin
: obtained. he ought t. have the West, are unfinished conse- Havana in of
him lavish of his blood in defence runs about nine miles from, and parralle judgment yet took favor this.iespecta.
with, the.sea coast; all the rivers wbicl I means of enforcing it, in such nanner ai quer.ce of the sickness'or the ble prelate, victim of.the rageof the atrocious tI

of his country. pass over this form considerable rapids, I he may deem effectual : to tate any pro workmei, Ferdinand, must doubtless have I
Lieut Collins.-Our Country well calculated for extensive water macliinery. pertyof the debtor he insy find and aided in-facilitating escape. '.
world whenever he find it, ,within the jurisdiction ;. j
the Polar star ofa benighted The writer of this article has may ;
may her flag wave on through fu- particularly! examined these situations of the court. Bit' by this regu. Fayettcvillei July 28-A gentleman I From the Smtheni Patriot, Charlettni .

turry uiid her euamplc give freedom on the SL Mark's and Ilista Hatchy Ri- lation slaves belonging tc the debtor n. who lately visited the eastern _"tAysw* ioiA. *
Indians not be touched by theaheriff until resort of this Slate informs From 1J' ;; .
vcrs and was informed by the !, part u Key / By a gentleman, bas-
to mankind. that there were similar rap ids on the intermediate be fir.t had to {all thf other goods and that the story lately -extensively; senger,in the schr.Thorn| arrived from 31 IITic

Lieut. llorris.The memory of rivers Ausilly, Achena, Hal chattels of the debtor,and, in Ihe meantime published of 17 dead' bodies' having Key West, we learn,that the Yellow Fever? !
Gen. Alexander Hamilton.Mr. chie and Ch3ttahJ.tchiVelt of the the slaves;may )e conveyed away was prevailing at that place;to an alarming ..
G. 11t"iI.7'heArmy oj the( Ocklockney the branches of our large and the creditor lose his debt. Let ui been'found in a mutilated state, extent. When!Com.:Wanington left :

United Stales. livers afford a reasonable proportion of suppose for examplel judgment obtained is aa'utter fabrication. For what there (5 or 6 weeks past) there were at c h
They nave
Mill seats and abundance of fine timber, in the superior coih sitting St. Augustine purpose such a story was got up the Island about.30 Marines, and, from .4 It bIi
an invading foe, that freemen situated for against:a pcnon residing in a remote 30 40 sailors
conveniently navigatio n. : and positively asserted in one of to Of this number, when g
know how to defend their rights. part of the distrbt: but wuo has a
informant but 3
our departed of the
net'we; a-m the of this State men
we cannot ;
Mr. Vanbaum. John C. Cal- number slaves hircc out, at no great I papers marines
were enabled to ,
From the Bad Florida Herald. perform duty,
distance from ttib c.ty, conceive ; but we think it would two thirds of them 'dead
houn.-Thc honest and upright Our Territorial Laws.No. 'II being the
The having lent oat executionon Editor'who first '
plaintiff become the
the firm and gave remainder lying: very ill._ Lieut. Com. ; ;i
man, undeviating ,
HI. his and desirous of
judgment being securing currency to it, to search out and ; Tupper was left in ;a dying state. The
Statesman, we hail him as our At the conclusion of our last number aii ucbt as SOUnAS possible,would, the author. This is due I fever was also very fatal among the sailors
next President. some remarks were made on the utility; if the law allowed it, drect the sheriff to expose -the hospital being 'crowded with the :

F. Commyns.-The Memory oj of docketing' all judgments before they; levy oa the slaves, but!'this he cannot do as well to his own character as to sick and but 5 or 6 enabled to do duty.

Gen. /Jif o.-;-Tbe Companion in become liens upon the property of thedr until an execution b( first sent to the truth and justice.Obterver. Capt; James McIntosh, the Commanderof
ndant. This is certainly not a mermatter hhcrili peroaps of anoticr county to see ,
the Island, was down with the fever. ;
arms of the brave 1\1 inahisleplo- of form. It is much better mode if : :
a there aid chattels
be uot goods enough Prom the American Sentinel. Sailing master Harby the
rable death is enviable compared of fixing the precise day when the lands there to satisty tile' exsuiion-and before General Lafayette's claims under Navy Yard, had just recovered from a 1 I

"iviih the present condition ol his ()the defendant are to be bound by the this tact Com be aaceiuiued, the sUvei the late law of indemnity for confiscated severe illness. The U. S. sloop Yoga 1*
oppressed Countrymen. judgment, than the vague clause in the may be rcn.oved1uUut tne reach of the widercthnman'd of UI
the i -'
act respecting the rendition of a, judgment slicnlt; sotiiat Unless: should turn out property during
The Orator of the day having had been despatched f .the. purpose
such French revolution amount it is
; for-by a regulation persons that there were btnergoods and chattels ,
to fall in with Com. War
retired, Lieut. Jeremiah Yancey desirous of purchasing land in this Territory sullicient discharge the execution, the said, to six hundred thousand_ endeavoring rington, off Havana or}Matanzas,to inform) 0 .(t:.

proposed aa a toast may readily know to what extent it piamtiriVouid in all probability lose his francs.-Should he receive that him of the great-mortality prevailing at '

The Orator of the Da- is bound by any existing judgments, 50 uebt, in consequence; ot not ueinij, allow- sum, about one hundred and Key West, and to advise with him con- _

The President of the day having that they purchasers.may, with perfect safety, be- td; to levy on tue' 'slaves. in the firat in twenty thousand dollars, (of which' cerning the'removal bf the remainder. of .
retired Lieut. Jno come stance. the U. S. forces &c. before they all fell
Page proposed :
There are other objections to the fourth As long as slaves by our laws are considered there is little reason to doubt, as victims to the fever.

as, least section of the act '' concerning executions as personal property, subject to tie comes within every principle _-- _-
Ihe President of the Day, Cot.Geo.j1l. ," equally important we think with execution, for tub ,L bt-i of the owners of the provision) it will make a ,
Brooke -His well merited those already taken notice of. we cannot percevttvtlii| propriety of any "the donations
considerable addition to -
honors and gallant achieve All subsequent sales, mortgages or in- order of levy whatever: it has at. evident SHIP
cumbrances, are declared to be void.- tendency to encourage and promote of this country and read'erthe
men b at the battles of Bridgewatrr Now,this is, we believe, contrary to the fraud on the pai: tj of the'debtors, against decline of his life almost ai

and Erie, deserve the udmira law of any State in the Union. It is. in ,wiiom judgment are/obtamed, by giving affluent as the commencement ol

tion of his Country. our opinion, highly unjust and impolitic time to dispose of\ their slaves, before it. It is understood that he does mVSJ9
The Legislative Council might, with an execution'can': reach them. .
propriety, have declared that all subse- not go to France for a permanent

.COMMUNICATION.. quent sales should be tubjcct to the lien of tfuridicus. residence there, but intends to return *- JiSIt. oi, Tenaiicola. :
--- -- -
: --- all previous judgments ; but why declare \ again to the United States. _
F r the Pentacula Gazette. such sales &c. told ? We humbly conceive Arrival of tiii Hornet. ARRIVED.

Sketches of West Florida. that they had no right to do this.- August 21.-U. S. Transport
-The From the National Intelligencer.
Norfolk, dugustl$. U. S.
who house aid
Shall not a man owns a
No. XII. lot of ground. worth two thousand dollars Ship Hornet, ', Capr!, Edmund P Consulate United States, Cafie de Schr. 'Surprise, Wilson, Mobile

'EmiJTLntsdispo eto locate them ,in case a judgment for fifty or a hun Kennedy, armed at Old Poin Verd Islands, Villa da Praya, Point. -

selves in :West Florida, have a great dred dollars be obtained against him havea Comfort last I evening, from a St. Jago, May 17, 1825. Quarantine', Schr. Amelia, t \.,

choke situation; between the high rolling right to sell or mortgage his house ? It cruise of,nearly thikeen months SIR-I would thank yon to comnuisicate Reilly, New-Orleans, bound to St. / ,

cotton lands of Leon and Gadsdcr could do no injury to judgment credi. on the West India,1: station. She for the interest of American -' Marki.. '
(\urtiett,the rich low sugar lands of theAplm1ac.1ic01a tor. The lien judgment would remain in the SAILED. ; ,
the fine healthy ham. the same and the creditor might, at amy sailed from St. Thomas on the merchants, engaged "
u.ocks: un the sea coast of Escambia and<<1 time enforce it by taking out execution 2nd July, and put iito St. Jago de commerce to these islands, that Pilot Boat Opposition,' 'Eastern

Walton Counties and the grazing lawns of The purchaser knowing the judgment a- Cuba, in consequence e of the illnessof he: importation of Tobacco Cat- Balize. :

the interior country, the most fastidious gainst the owner, would take it into ac. her crew, 6j being on the sick ton, 1-1 inca, Spirits, Liquors pf all ---.:..: '
mabe accommodated; while our towns! count pfthe purchase money,and probably list with descriptions, and Powder, *r. Cl.aek & nteb.-Make-r.. .
off. So would take an eptdt'nmicfevervhichmade
it a mortgage
afloril excellent! situations for mechanic c pay
of every trade. There is not in Pensaco the security of'the property subject to its appearance ,soon after prohibited, unless imported from THE SUBSCRIBER, _

la a Tanner, a Tinner nor a Hatter, yet the like lien. putting to sea ; I but by the timelyapplication the: Portuguese dominions, and in re-commenced business at_his old
all the5e trades are greatly needed, and Again it is declared that judgments: of proper remedies it Portuguese vessels, navigated according -' and on Palafox street,.where he
there is good reason to believe that the rendered at the same term shall be satisfied to law. Also, the expo' will attend strictly to all business,in his
greatestencouragement would be giver' pro rata. This clause in the section, disappeared without the loss of a unless line. He is grateful far the former' patronage -' 13 13It
tation of despatched >
Specie, 1
to each. Watchmaker and a Cooper will most assuredly give rise to much future single man. ; of the Public and begs a co tinu-
litigation, difficulty and embarrass The from the Custom House, and ,a .
are also wanted.A Hornet left St. Jago for ance favors, as he is determined that no

farmer of moderate means may perhaps ment. The same section previously declares Havana, whence she sailed on the duty,of two per' cent. paid thereon. pains shall be spared in:future, to please

acquire property with nore: ease, irraising defendant that shall the lands be bound and tenements by the judg-of UK 26th ult.-passed, coming !out'of I[ am, very respectfully, yourobedient "-- those. who'He may haS on favor hand):him an with assortment their custom offeweby. -

cattle and hogs, than in amy other ment of the court. A question then will the latter port.I a, F rench ,Fleet,. servant .* t... ,
where he have the benefit ofa RODGES 4
pursuit, can SAMUEL jr: ,
the last clause whether "'
arise, under the consisting of thirteen sail mong John White.Pen'S3cota .
good range. From the Apalachicola j judgment of any former term or terms of which ; of the line To H. A. S, DEARBORN, Esq.
the rivers, there is, on an aver were two, ships ; 26th 1825263NOTICE. *
Suwar.ey ,Aug. *
the court also bind the property ; and if Collector of thf Customs,JJtston.
rage,twenty miles of sea coast, which affords 'so, are they also to come in for a share the remainder, -yith the exception -
excellent grazing; the north parts execution the of one sloop of war, were slips.. .
pro rata, on any only The Editors of the New-York,
cf Escambia and Walton County are per. judgments obtained a particular term A report had obtained ci/rrency/ John Wells, 0 TN this case, suit- has
lIars better. Tall yellow pines form a Mercantile Advertiser have seen ).JL been instituted and /
with the one on which an execution has at Havana, that England had declared vs. ; \
principal part of the timber while a rich been issued ? Laws should always be a letter from Matanzas, of June Oliver Clark,'j writ Attachment.' issued p

carpet of soft green grass covers the surface made so plain and clear that any onewho war against France, and 17th which *tates, that the negroes against the goods and,chattels rIhtsan&, J *:

: which is at the same time intersect an, read, may understand their precise that an English frigate ha !captured in their late. insurrection, credits: of the said; Oliver: ,_which said_ writ. ft 4

ed with springs and streams of the purest meaning. Here the meaning is, at least, a French frigate, haviig.Span- and killed made returnable(_. to the Superior urt- tf I'h 1
M'ater. The new settler here,builds himself doubtful. ish on board. / ,::urnt only one estate, a November. Term. 1825. :
a log cabin, near to some fine spring, troops Mr. Bartlett, !and five or six other I -', -ig.26tb,1825-26--' &: i
clears the trees from a few acres of land, But we consider the provisions in this The U. S. frigate Constellation, rhiies. On the appearance of the : _" !I

|>eas his calves on it during the summer clause highly exceptionable 'on another Capt. Woolsy, bearingihe,. br ad force the revblters ,imnediately :NOTlOB.; ., [. .:,
und. It is contrary to the well known military .
letting the cows to them during the gt pendant of Cora. W mngtori; Keysensutwhing : Ttf.tliis,;caseV
of law, Yigilantibu dormi- fled to the mountains, osephC. : i
night; tins treading, or cowpenning as maxim non and ship.John Adams: Capt. Ni- ,partner .of .thc'J JUuithafbeea.raent.i3Sqed j'j'T I T
lex that is the law aids :
it is called, renders ;he sandy soil com ntibus servit and in the pursuit. about 30 or 40 latcfirmofJohn&Jol. r jnsUtued.n4 a j'I
and hot the the :holson were off Havana giving ,
sluggish. ,
P&ct and very productive for two or three the vigilant By were'killed, and_ the Insurrection, ,C.Ee yser, ..,., 't1hi".fach: ," '
consideration the who
under man ;
ytars. Corn yields a crop of twenty-five clause convoy. \ it was presumed was quelled' .0' .__.. ,, .1; .,a- 4
oufchels to the acre i'' rice forty to sixty ,leeps upon his judgment has an equal The U. S. Schr.lGratipus\ Lieut. TbomuShie *,._ J gainst the goods .
it with him who takes all the
bushels; this is the most profitable crop; I benefit from the Comd. Sloat ; Fox, LtJ_ Comdt. 'Baltimore JLmerium. and chattels,righUandjcredits! ,of the"said
trouble and incurs of From
an execution -
Sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes in the expense Terrier JLt. ,C mdt. I'honaTbesaicIwrt.is_ ) returnable,
on one in bit favour. Besides, it Cook, and We have taken indre ,ithan one occa #
; :
Spring-pumpkins, melons and cow-peas of debt after Paine Mata zas-Crewl remark that the State papers put the County Court, of Escambia" ,County,
enders the a judgment were at ion to
;. grow finely ; peaches of an excellent qua. and delusive. of Haytl- would October. Term, 1825.. .-t1.. ,>,'. .. ,' '- _t
,altogetherilnccrtain lU jrth by government .
ty are in two years produced from the f"the. OUrficts. : : g wJ: 1'i
not let one who'obtains a judg- 'Dot disgrace s.nr Europeao :.
tone. This cleared ground our settler Why have tbe any benefit' of his execution A letter from Li at. Comdi. We findintliem,a straight forward -. ; .- ..:: !
c 1I3 ment i
his patch, for farming is not his bu- iIAvki) CHANCELLOBandtol.Ste.phen -, :--'f
tbe levied and sold Newton, receivedat ]Havana, men. of expressiotv and-'aa arro--
mat impficity
Slne", his ponies are always at hand,he property the FO euoCTelIo\r Banks, _
often mounts one ot these to look after his being subject to any other just Ken upon lone that the'U.; S.lBrig'Spark.ai i sent that MehityofthneJIe to the: Da ; Count1i nt t1,' ifothit'Nrduiiin ed '- -
it.. This Is the law of England,. of theitateof south side(of Cuba- -> with-the .. :
f:dc:,in doing which he *always carriesJU off the and 'freedom:.oe-' Boundtree -of wtoiri"they' '
New York,and we believe,of e. po1zt..4Igty ... a:
Rifle and usually brings home a Deer where sound judicial ill, ,,:eU. I, t omingfreemeo.( '' 1UlCfl,- < State ,
system .
*Turkey;} should these at any time ery prevails. Under our vague and vexatious The average numoer'bf: liCk", merly th eIvesaeSOr.tbCY',the,. still, "-alive* -' and'reades'within t AA A a1_ oaeralle r* :- ot.\ -- "ttie

JJJ*iUm: scarce, be supplies the deficiency mode of proceeding on.executions,they.. daily :reported on' hoarl, t..bc.H. r- [descenda of slaves," and yet totoe.pace l' p\. ;iY 4
IJ beef. ibeiriabitaitbjrir.piiriuita.theirTriewa gkginia I '1 ,,1't, >.. z :
K hogoryoung .
thenminds : t
life ,
Lord Coke has ifond little '
wliat ,
to be empba. netro'r the ndint.30tb.4July I. : ,"
w Uids cease year 'v. ;"ofNew .. ; '
the sea-coast .the..resent .
on are by life of.theLa ; of. ._ '.
JJ*****10 well watered as those in ih'oienor ., ically; styled em"J"hc hat ,been about.fourteln: makingi ". and oft: ag ."bate;:'under.., U..tec18 T .uo&J "-.a :;.. err"t'. .1
of the W." ,\ .., :, pktienb 'fttteDded tiit.if f DaTid cb .IJOfnH't "C ': ,
; country: they are found- total of,,5HO1 ._ ._ .: .. neaiiehtjrerevolut on;.' :_ ; "
, ?*a<*rbonlejDfUme but little. hard- The fifth:;section declare ??that per.. -duringtheyar,4fWl c. <>Tbe late bet! :n'. U obfigation,:on tfe oldlBcTtitetionwy :: .. '

?thu; chalk ; mo* of the small streams onal property-ahaU; be bound only from ;herc.have been: $ .... .r.jl e .. aenU of France,'and Hayti b subjctv 1O 1 7p W i JiygiYin ; 4
$ j:: 1r9er tbis and break out at once af.been thc w&whtheJ.f4.'c0C3' :.into the. ttat1eTer. thQtdPeIt' cJ1lltf a:.o c. calculate thI. aotiGI. ... ... oa. .,. -'. .

bat&nr .collected into ,hrg.?.-.ri- bindi: rthc rift'' .,1ft." .... 'riz. one.of I..bilious .:'. ,;: : .,'' .........c''. '" '..zt I I '- >--Y'II -u" ... 1_._""r:!J .:,1.. # ; -: :

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For cairvinff r KP.AR ATE VroposaU' will lie: .ec ,: '. ;> 't"
on'the folTowJnff Po tRtid: *'win be received L4Lt tba,Office.until: .the first day**# ,. iLvit'tI. ht.1em'ol'the' -. ,. i -., ,r. ". Ii t'c c. tiJ : J. 1 a Qlf
at the General Post Office m the October heat, for'tln .de1iv ry. 'of".I'rori- / .Sup rScotiriTof tKes Western (in. tluI9thinstant ,

City of Washington, untU 8tUi1aJttbCb ionsr fbr the.use of the I'rqops of,the/ U- District of .Won*. atJPfnsacqla, for 'a TUB .Subscriber.has received, per late ,

15th day ofQctoHef'tiextjinciunve.. nitcdStateji,to J be,delivered in, bulk lPoli writ of partition diidliere, .. 1 estate_ (torn r\e\f-York' and *ewOrlean : a 1.\i1TN.\Y' S.

IN FLOHWA. Inspection as follows : of the, late'JJariabarlola' 'Rub deceased, ?,asupply.of Spring:Looilsi winch,
122. From Pensacola' by together with.nis former stcck, make 'a 2N: gi'o ltQ tS;fviz.

: scats of Gadsden, J'atCk* n, ;ad "'alton, 600! irrHs.bf pork g uUlaria-which said real J estate 'constiXtbe complete assbjimcnt' ,.,Viz'( i

to 1 allihassee, on** a ivk. 1250 do of fresh fine floury 5 ',(fplluwn,numbercdlots, i.if lOJackages Hardware iz': \

Leave TaU'as every Monday' at' 6 800 l.l2ns:9f good rropf whiskey the. city ofPensacJla: ,to wjl: f. $;

a. /a".1 arrive at Pensacola on. ; Friday 550 oushels.of good sound beans .NnmlersSOI2h} .125; 125. 127 129, Knives Mid Jork,4I.' t1.t3LfleS feet six aiid.a1ia1f J i lh .

hv 10 o tII.I fc i 2 '8800 pounds of good hard soap 71, 7$. .4* .56, 112| ;. together' with the, Pen and ,I'ocfcejl'.KAiYe*, evhigh]teeth,.!ias lost sev<-+r! of Ills "1>

f .ea e'Pen nco1:1 every FrHayt' II. 4000 do *' of good hard tallow J \1\mL1l 'GB ,. Iron Tinn'dT ble aud Tea Spoons per a round car on h $
.' m. and arrive at TallahaNsee on Tuesday right: leg and a long
a I candies, with cotton wick u---i t Hrittaw*, do.' do. _. scar bft his
{ : by:j Jh ". I 140," bush llfof good J :U\halt. :: ll appurtenances thereon. Gimbleta. Padlocks,Irpn.Nob.Locks.! right)foot- next to his little toe}

_: 184. From Tallahassee by Sewanej4Ferry 2.250. galldiw.of:g od cider vinegar. iilnnd l. lots arc 'now, held Stock Locks/Chest & Cupboardd. the first he.saysjwas; occasioned! by a bunt
and Dills to St. Augustine, once m and the latter.by.a cut of *
&lI .. One fourrtvoYi first day. of June, and: owned i ip.coparcenary by, Joseph, Screw;Plates Saws,.Augcn, (C'hissel, a bfoalasci(

\\\'o.\7eeks.237 TalBSaiiee. otIier"Wcascsclty :i82l&-:< Casimero, Celcsttto, Benjamin Maria Y. Files, ilammcS.COfFee Mills* 'ar !
!3f ; ., Leave fr" One ImchtIIe first day of Ocio- Candida nnd Joanna nul1who have- Brass, wood altd'patent-Cocks, .
at 6 a. m.andjimve'jat, St. Augustine t -
the next Monday: by: 6/'m. :,b rl826; fee simple title to the same.'iue and fjreat variety of other hardware, &c. .1'' .five feet'eglmt'' inches JIIghj.112
l' on One fourtL the first of D fcribcr this notice- I ar'ol1
day Stil a h'I
Leave St. Augustine: every otherTucs- 911. : !> gives as 2 casts carpentcr'spla13e5, left.tnrJ, wblclm b
cembcr482G. Guardian of.Ueuja'min nuh and Joanna 2 casks rG1ina llOC'9 bayaasocca.cio
.* ) a -
/r, arrive at. Tallahassee I by the i
:t* 1\1,! m. */':. AI: .the remainder on the first day Huby, on' whose behalf the above mentioned 4 casks tin waref ssort"d, nioculationfor'ihe king Jl

f. 0 thc ..i .SU1. ,Y 1.1t ES.":. I of March, 1827. appKcalim j is.to be made. I Blacksmith's bellows, vices, :anvil '; other identifying m rkJ Pox: .'- 1111
-+, ( I .' It is understood that the p01'k"to be I| ; Jos6 Ortiz Sledge ahd hand hammers, C1CCUO siys that he is forty-,ne .
1. Ttlc PostnwsUr- G er&l 1t1ex- I old '
and that lie
the.mail ankl-aUsr the times for I cont 1c1ed.fur is to consist of &.lenl l'eI 4 'JEa"V & GuardPensacoJn m. Swedes IronFoolscrvp was sold by' .the SheniJ"
4k pc'tfite; '. ,j time I bog to the barrel, except feet' legs, .ears Jule( t..1 25. 15-St. paper, wrapping do. of SlimpteniHc Dist icf,South 'Cafol
anil at during .
: arr'val departure; any the zu
w and snoutwhich' are* ir.nd.idssibfel Bar A-ml .Gunpowder. as property 'of Kldhard;; Ridgell
the continuance of the. -contract. he to
paJ'Ding shourd"thc.hog. /. of less weight tnan .tssi or le,u'. "' Goods viz Captain.Jo llichbaugh, who sold'hi
compensation for 15 Cases Dry n
rE: an:*deql1Bte any.ex 200 is be made- to a Mr. Richardson.UYNAM .
t'i tra that may be occasioned! there ( pbundvlhe deficiency to utn! pricJ of flour being g6 50 per .
expense '
:i ; by.. Ahd be reserves the r ght to abridgeuiiy up Or&t fat-side; pieces. No more
,'contract made under this advertiserncmVwbctihc than \>ue .heatl allowed to a barrel of from this d:$! 17 ounces for a bit.I.y Domestic ticking, checks, years Uroii9on belonged to,'Cha*.

thinks'properandtodeduct -. pork.- :Thc contractor: may al ins ojltionj'exclude1 \- oer of the Shi) or, Cambric muslins, chintz; bumpterville District S. C.allt.
t ; the ham, :and make tip the : was sold b> thcShcrilKto: ,a Mr. 5miil
}I Midi-ass handkerchiefs ,.
j from the.'compensation: ,atihe ratio Deficiency 'with side .Nl S. Pur man tier.Pcnsacolj. They both'state that
good pieces. Fine silk do. they mere run o
ndcrthe conlracVfor the Hag
rJd lessening
4-Ik )) from South Carolina
tiftties.ortbe! coirt'a t ?. ., Tlie candles to be.made of good hard I : .S'ecrearb.1825. line cotton Lose, do.half do. by whitc men, whi
*> JTune, IQtli, sold them in Alabama 1 ,
2. Ten minutes shall bc allowed, foro.ing" tallow-with cotton wick. ; French shawls, osnaburgs, them anu offered b
one hundred dollars
p(!\ .nd'e1o iilg'-I-he mail, at all offices The pork,. beans, Hour.whiskey, salt, wr1'.1I. Pins, ncc.-lies, thread, thing about it, but were each to avno-.

where particular time is specified. and %inegar, um t be delivered! : in strong Superb gilt buttons &c. them back und refund obliged to take!

,3. For" every thirty minutes' delay, nd I secure uarrels, and the soap and candles To inlnnirtg. settlers and others, 10 cases black v ool hats, ed for them then the money reccir
"' (unavoidable accidents exccpt >dr) in arriving m.stron and sicuic boxes of a convenient who cqriwit waste on the jmbliclands. 1 do. white lo. another white; nun who left them,with

r after the time prescribed in. any size fur transportation. : I duo beaver do. Peiisacob. brought thereto

;, I contract,the contractor shall forfeit five ; The pork, whiser'inek3r,and flour fglilOSBitwlcss who children's morocco do.
are guilty
anH if the delay continue until persons 6 trunks men's calfskin fin n3, : F. S.
t' dollars ; iii seasoned heart of white-oak barrels! JL ofintrhJing nit hinds ofthc Ointttl Chapman,
tHe departure of any depending mail, 1 do. Indies' Morocco, do.
bun-el full F.
lost-a forfeiture of double pojkin )hooped. States, and (committing wasteon puhlictimber. Coaimyns,
; '.ttcrebvatpS The to be are hereby notified,that ALSO '
provisions are inspected at : measures i
Amount allowed the
: Cityon.Uableq
; :i the forc.trrying the time cf the del'nef and the contractor have been tali e>if Ht rigid enforcement of 100 barrels Whiskey Pensacola ,.
shall be incurred unless it .Tblv,22d.lSJi-21tf.
.. : mail.one trip, to be liable for tue expense of inspecting the laws of the United EStates ill such cases I.
,. at the : 25 barrels Flour ,
sh. be made to tl delayva
: : appear ,
and all other expenseS, until made hiid jirovidci, they art* Ilc1'dOi'- -,
,r't4 \ 'bccasipned by unavoidable! accident ;; they aI'safely delivered at SUCh storehouses tiered to desist froit. such oilenccs forthwith 2 hhds. Sugar, City ;Fczrsacota.. -

ft in- which.: e the amount of pa) bra trip as may be designated by the United otherwise.thyr will be prosecuted 30 bags Ccfice.! BOAKD OF UBALTH

: .. will. be forfcjitf4' States' .gent. The previlege is reserved tu the utmost rigor if the ;\\. I ,
d: -. 4. PerfoftS' :* aking: proposals are re to thc'United States of increasing Given under my''hand, at the city ofWashingtonlthe24h N. II. Allen. Silting of the 10//J 'lugust, 1825.,

::1 :. quircd to stat their prices by the year or diminishing the quantities to be delivered day"of March 1805.Oeo. : April 1325. Resolved, That alt vet amvat at

Those Who coiflraet will receive theirpay I one th.rd, on giving O'O da\s previous tJraham this l'ort, from.e L'itLv of- ...iAA., ., .,_..r
I : quarterly-in the months of May, notice.No i\oc.7:1 Orleans, tifcr :.'J Jute ..Wbe
!i4, August, November and }February, (nc Cenrnisshner of tha General Land OjficeColFee I jected to Quarantine fifteen tub-
advance will be n\actf'in Goads. ilz.cluJ.
of each any case
month aftcr the expiratiqrj quar -tlj. Vie
iuS !
passage : am that it
,1 be :/la/l'1Jc
.. whatever/but pa}ment will made only the
ter. *
5 No other than-a free white person I on evidence being produced at this office & Preserves. duty the of Ik-tilth iKCMttrs of such reS c8,if require
L of the and by Ojtcerto came her Ao/cA
inspection & N1SBETAYR
shall be employed to carry: the mail. delivery.It I CC"ags gfeen .1JU't11\ Coffee-, to be tuk-en off' and the
is expressly understood, that at all L\J\J car'> exposed,
6.VhCl'e the proposer intends to convey 5 boxes preserve*, assorted in tic air
: depots and stations, the salt is to be : received St. Clair from Itefore leaving the qitarajuinegrouuj
the maiJ'iH the bodot. a stage carriage Iliac each box, received per Schr. Amanda [- per And-bcit further
f he is desired to state it in his proposals received by measurement of 32 quarts to MaKina, and for sale by ia New-\ ork after this dme TAatfroamid
a no
' i: ; and the stage must be of sufii- the bushel. Stoue & Misbet. ),- packages merchandise, contain. coming; onz lh# City person.Ifebilf 6 r' perms:

I- i tent size unless otherwise expressed toconveniently When a bid i is accepted, and nsticc ::\ inj a handsome assortment ol ;ohalhe permitted in enter of this lJy land

. 1 seven thereof given to the the fancy and irticlcs suited to the %,under
% cojircy passengers. pel-son naking staple : season .
HUNT" (penalty of Fifty JMtura, vittout
offer in his bid bid refusal his :peci !
i. 7 Every proposer may orneglecton part to givC v\r. peruission oftliis Ji&anJ.
I to make improvements (tic transporta- good and sufficient secuiity within a reasonable W'TILL draw detds, bills of sale, pow. Printed muslins, \arious qualities, And be it further <
;:r. ', U tion of the! mail from the terms i: vilej, i time, to be specified by this department T V ers xtlorriy, bonds ftc in the 4-4 London chintz, Resolved That M

r cither to.lbctaqde of transporting k, it will then be at the"option ot most approved forns, and attend to any | Fancy prints,. chintz shawls, person the or PCI'SOM't/Ulll be permitted enter

:.' the speed required, or the frequency of'If department to consi'der the contract other writing whick may be couimilted! U {I[: Cambric handkerchiefs, precincts the ofth'u 'City fi n JCITCTnts -
dining detention
,<. ,111II .. the trip per week-which shall receive i forfeited, or not. him, with promntnrss. and UCCUIMCV. and { UdJCUCInS, do. coloured flounces, of any vfsfti Of'ves3fds
0 ..coosdecation.nriroberof on reasonable ter.ns his situation in at the Qitarimtijw- Grn,1penzilsrozi -- -....-.'UJiIA..u,,,.
.' % 4' due I It is required, that 1 ; J.Ino, hook and .i ror.ci rauolias,
persons making from this liourd
, rt: 4 The the post route shall be 1 proposals, who are unknown to this department the clerk's ollice renders an application 9-8 and4 cambrics under the
same penalty above.
: bid und the to him convenient for those who be _
stated in every proposal must I should their bids may Iiihlipatam handkerchiefs, Anti be it
: be sttl d and .directed to the General b letters recommendatory accompany, from about to execute any instrument of writ; "White and coi'd merino & cassimcrc : ,further Resolved, TAatt17.rcscIui1jc .
liost Ofljccr ano\endorsed. Pro ,JfUIJ'." ) gentlemen log which is to bo recm1el.PCJZSUCOIUJiOOC. shawls, shall continue in fora until the,
respectability known
or wnoare lit
'. flatt .Jfttyember
::4; Sstrict attention must be given to the to the government.It Silk scarfs, do. long shai'ls assorted, ed and that it shall be, unless sooner riptc/t
1 : endorsement, is.it. is not intended .to Store. Colottrctl lace scarfs amid h'kfj, published insacota th.e Pell-

I. ,. fc'reaktheseal'of} any proposal until the is desirable that all proposals made, Silk; hose, white: and col'd bordered Gazette for three sticceasivbi'gned 'i( .

l time for receiving bids sltall have expi be sealed in seperale envelope, and cravats, en the Accord
I marked for received |>er llnV St. CLiir, di
"Proposals furnisuing Army Jiu ie lallua
: r (l. JUST P/aitcd; and nliite :Marseille'?, ,
sub istencc.u from' NewYork, and for sale asLbovc
: 8. The Pcstmaster Genera reseivcstoInmsclf llluc andycliovr nmk. .ns, Vice lresidentN. ojth:1Jaurl.
udijitionAl of
+' the right of declaring any contract Persons making bids will" make two : ,an lUe assortment Books, Linen Drilling \vitb col'd, \silk stripes, ;-1:! tt, I '

al .11 end whenever one failure happens, sets ofproposils, one predicated on being among whicb'l'c followingNKV Imitation, do.Siispeiid tJ. r").l raiaiiticr ,

I. :lit; '. winch amomttotbe loss of a trip. paid in Western fund, and the other ; VORKS. ers, cotton cabsimeres, ,

."9.The distances stated are such as have on"receiving payment in drafts: on the Uothclan, a, liomancc ;>the English Histories 7-S Irish Lawns, Secretary. .

;1L: been, communicated! this office; and department, at Washington. or some Atlantic :! 7-8 and 44 Irish linens, in whole and Caution.SOME

some of theia\ snivy be iicorr:ct : On this City. Stanhope's Lcttefs on Greece, in 1823 half pieces, .

I 4 subject the contractor must inform himself GEO.GinSPN. and 1824, with 1/ocuments on the Greek 5.4 Iribhrheetinga, linen damask :! idle persons having capsized ths

1 i: the Department will not be 'answerable Commissary General. oi Subsistence.SHERIFFS Revolution{ antj the life of MustajihaAli. ;-' do. di\pel'lillcn ticking, be onginjj to the lievenue Department

':*;' for any mistake. -- -- l ndicj,' cotton hose, assorted, of this Poa't Uy which she .has

10. No bid shall be withdrawn after the ; S.A.L'R.Sll'uriq7' Huchanans Sketches of the North American Vt'hitc and coloured_ _, colton_ ___n l.lKibbed IiJfhiqc.... __.__,_ sustained_ considerable injury; i herebygive
, time for receiving bills shall have expired, ( noticc, h\t should of the
'ourt, Went Florida. Indians! with. a plan for their me- white, do. any trespass
k4ti :yul should any person rctuse to take the Sarah lluon, .\dmt'x5. lior-dti'on, Russia diaper, crush, &c. &c. kind be perpetrated futurethe low will
contract at .his bid, he shall be held responsible } be enforced|in behalf of the United Stales
\' fie felt Thxodoric, a'Talc, and other Poems by 6 cases gentlemen's: & boy's beaver,
tolUe liepartnicn'., for the dif : againat the persons concerned.
i Nathan Shacklefor 5 Thomas CinWhl, castor and roram hats.
Jcrence between his bid, und that at which |i\ virtue of this execution, I shall proceed The Cook's Orucl containing Hcctiptsfor : AND IN A. ;\".,MILTON. Cull : t1 the contract shall be made.' No decisions B STORED Pes.rcuila, .-1 *. 1325
,: to sell at Public Auction for plain Cooke y, &c. '&c. &c. Gentlemen's and Ladies' i ": -tf.STATIONARY.;.
4W bids shall! be made kninvu befJre the
on clsh, on Tuesday the first of of the iritish the
day November Biography Stage being shoes assorted
I! 17th of October The of .
ussignntcht any next, at 12 o'clock, at.the Court Lives of the principal Actors and AcThe Brown and
I )ntnct. without the consent of the 1'ostimfctcr House in Pensacola, the following real tresseb, j bleached shirtings and I', UST received and for jsale J at the Pen.
t General shayj forfeit it-and in sheetings, 'I sacola Book Storea small.assortment
. estate, now oc upied by Win. McVoy, History /\tlhew aid, by the Tlaids. and
sll canes wlifci-e" irp)iot'wn to make u stripes, checks, dwvkis, of
Viz -tt the
: remcadcroftIic urvsoM land author of Valerius &c.llallam's .
; transfer U. *\e.th..lcl1ns\ be Osnaburgsblue aud blown domestic
$ must fully in the tract of eight Hundred arpents, ad. View of Europe, during the (
stl\t !t1. goods, stout for negro clothing, Quills, superior quality,
joining to this City on the cast and Middle Ajyis, "
11. The contracts are to be in operation ; and a variety of other dry goods. Wafers
_ _ on the fi day bf Jaiuiury next, 'and continue ing; on Pensacola hay, granted to Francisco The Spanish Daughter, .Vuperior.cld Madeira Wine in bottles, I..4ctter.Paper, ,
one Moreno, and conveyed by acts of sate The Human Heart Madeira! ,Teneritie and sweet Ink Powder, black &:red,
: vear.John JSI' 'Lean to this defendant ; together with all theimprovements The: Iligtilawcters, a Talc, Wine in qr. casks. Sealing Wax and

,consisting of scenes tturope, Scenes i in.America,
Postmaster General. ; :' The k Hook of small. Colleger, AND Office Tape.
General Post-tijfic?,.. TRRREDWELLZzvG.L.i. : Living lays4th; 5th, 6th, 7th, 6th, 9th A good assortment of Groceries. 'v. Hasell .Hunt
J.i- :- CII HOUSES and 1 th } .
; irtutJngton ,,Juty 14,1S25.Information .g ,.;.; volumes .\pl'illSth, 1S25.OUUXASCE .
: 'tt TOGETHER tt'ITH May 14th 1825. _-

' '; ,.I$ : needed by an Old out Houses &c. &c. Paley's LYorlcs complete, in 5 vols. i DEPAUTMEXT,

R' .; ; StUdier.TII&j And 'also one other tract of land, con Rollins nc'ieiit Histoiy, C vob.Lives Washington, 4th June, 1825. 'C111POLII.

gtKd- taining eight hundred arpents on Duramft PlutarcJoseplu '!'. 8 vols. SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv ,

eervedinthe Revolutionary Bluff Escambia County, granted to Antoine "s' Works, 6 vols. Department until the 31st
1 Pursuant ffono
War, in 'th* Virginia line in to an order'of the
Collins and
I the month by him conveyed to this llamlltjArmstrAig i on Purgatives, lay of July next, for furnishing 'the
February 1777 in ruble
County. Court ofJacktott,
Captain defendant. following Cannon Balls viz
I lloldman' Ittcc's on Typhus Fever Seven thousand
bf'neal comjaiiy, to guard the'M' Also two other tracts of land, adjoining IVlincr a\d Tully'on Fevers,. five hundred 24 pounder CannonBalls IJTIL/: BE SOLD,
troops Burgoiric,. who werejmsoners the,last mentioned grunted to Lewis Orfila' to be delivered at Fort '
Hag- tactical Chemistry ,Coxe Deleware,
of war.. He was in said by To the \\ig\\est ii\dey
company net and Nicholas Newcastle .
1 ab'bbt eigHt :momhsrhcn Lopez, and by them Powel ortCohtracts, near Delaware.
4 lie
transferred Capt. Mel.iw ather's cohiJ was. conveyed to 'this defendant, containing Morse's flew|1 I Gazettecr, Six thousand 24 pounder Cannon .ON the first Wednesday sftcr.(: :tbir,

: any, where he serrcd fifteen nionths.Col. eight Seized hundred arpents each. Walker'spictiphary,"Octavo and Pocket Balls,to be delivered at New Orleans ,Monday in October .neiC at tJ!

p ..Francis.Taylor commanded rcgijnent 7. sum of at the thousand suit aforesaid, to pay the Milton's ork5', SVols. gilt, The Balls are to be cast in iron moulds, town of Chipola,,the Seat of Justice. for
seven three hundred and Thompsorfs Reasons 1 vol. and to be delivered said County, of the lots of.said
a whilc.he vras'in.tt)e service and. he thirty-nine dollars, 82 gilt, on or before the first a part .
' was lmonorablyhcImarged oi)the 2d May, and cost and\fill be cents sold wfth interest Shakespeare, do. day of October, 1826 They will be inspected Town.Terms.
to'sltisf' the < in w*
779. also ) ampbell' oems do. at of Safe-Ten per cent,
.He via at the 'siege of York- same. the manufactories,and at theexpenscofthe
f town. If there J is-any pei-son still alive Ilervey's'M4itatioiis( tlo. United, States; but they are vauce, the balance in six and twelve

t\bu'an'pr\'c his service, be bOlCS they W. DaY son, Pilgrinis' PJh3-I'ess, 0 do. to delivered,at the places mentioned, months. "

S .will'ghc informatitii. Mr. \'m. Itqund- Sheriff Ea. Ctunty. Pope's Works 2 vols.J do. at the cost and risk. ,f the contractors. Titles will be made on" the receipt of

tree, end'Mr. Daniel Knceves who a.:' fewyea'sugoIied ShcriflPs Office, Pensacola Lights & Shadows of Scottish, Life, do. The proposals should be made the last payment. .

in Mercer.County, Ken! July-id' .-17-lamts. '. I ALSO, for each parcel, and should separately state The town of t'hipola is situated ntb

tuckyi'iein; : the same company with The Sorrows\J\ )Werter, Vocal Standard the price; per pound. western bank'ofthe river ,of the S31 .
inm but he STAT1ONA1tY.5jUS'Jrceved Life of Franklh, Paul and name, at the.head ofpaigatiw'1 and "
cunnot Ickmherc Virginia
the)' have .-. Persons disposed to offer! a
removed 16, d' \Villiani'1'eUJ J bulliveYa proposals will joining to. rich and fertile! 'lands.; .o :
a }'ro"his ,. TrL\'cls &e be
age aiidhelpless and for,sale I at,the Pen- ,' furnished, on application, xrith'the' di- YICW
liandsomecininence coromandingofthe .a
situation, he'Iridi the '41 !; wuicri, ,
,friemlly afewsUffce .Book Store, a small additionto.tlie men&ions of the balls, and the .
p. hiscountryv.} .Information will be comrottnicated a rtment of Stationary before on together with the stock ;Heretofore on inspecting them., reirulationsfor country round It, and the surpasses prospe"of
Colonel StebUen}'. hand band, a extensive health and good water is not
compos very
Ogden, consisting of aiulge- GEO. BOMFOUl, flre'vt.CoJ. .
fellow Banks. Davjcs county. Kentucky, Letter, ,Paper,:plain and gilt edged, neral assortjudit of books, and will be on Ordnance-Service. by any section of the.i'erritory.'ZFIios. ;

I :i>yraail\ntliisb:%sincs J .Blank, Books,assortcdXizes, solt at tbcL & -York prices 'for 'casli.Countly .- Printers of the La.ws .of the United H. ,Hull,

t ;:'.....'; e':" :; hllqlia c ,ll r. Paste Board, Draw.ing iPc-r. Libr&rtesfur;Al i-b lied ants andJ public-or private States are desired: to publish the foregoing Dep, "Cite. C.. C'The .

!r lis 1- 23d.l82. ,w-. .'. Kxtra fine.H.. l:ScaHffgWax,: (} ori the most >liberal once a week for five weeks,' and to Jckuu C QU
i ."'.Japim Sand Bqxes;; .. as ure orderedand transmit to .this Department; with their Eaitors?f the FJorida Intelligew e

c : d NLGrr1o.. .. I- Kidde" Durable Ink, imd ", are little. not.on liajd,'will be procured with.as, accounts one of the.'papers containing will give the,above an insertion. ?ncrj

; I r::.breby.givejrhit atthe ,C& mel'l Hair Pencils. distance delay will; atf F possible,, Otf:1 n from a the a vcrt emC'nt. month ntill,tliedayosale, and .iw*ain:

;} of the lion the ne.utrm ALso; Ir ,_ Je promptly: attended to .j July 1"-17---5w.1 their account to the '(!ak'i OffiCe
County Court- and
; J I ft A few dozen' meet win{the -'same '
,1; thec-account : Webster/*Spelling Jloolcs., liberality as a JacltsonCdunty,',Florid ," .
present 'I .
make a,final settlement wxl, Touchers
1- -,; (ilea NewtvOy I late of Kensacola deceav :EchacofrNevY'o& #1 11nAVE for eJ1OO fcbls. r -' eo, ">': .1. -r br j; i.: . :;. Anil12tb, :25;' -- \ ; -&I 60 brir Coffee -' l ;J' At r'en'iU.mij'htirsda3r .
kI ii
-tt ; ORIl .. . -. &. .
s '
Ip' tsjut .Irchiaer' ?
f ,' .4J :
i. :. i .: :John de' k'BuaTcb tiri i '; \' .
: > )''t J.bl:!' 't.' ,' CeSohFiidait 10 APcnsacola :
J .. i 1.' .' 11.. .> :} ,!J, : : : ., ;, V "' !. .t... .','" 44r'.caks,.1.: weetand. !Dry -' .u.tdJ"al '
: 'Stones&Msbcfr ,
0 'hR
"lUr"'tnH" 1 -4 I'h& (6aJfdo.I.S .b eft '
Executed :
: .
II .ntmss 8d, :dil ga'Vme, ,. .
24th 1I2S-U-tr. '' : ..
f Jan, 14th, 1825, .. I pa h at ihis Office; 4 0L4j'cach Brandy; : I ; :'. _. ostlWte
I .,. ,t & rI a1.do."e.: ac,' July 30th, 825.t., :

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