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: September 3, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
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j zrsRr SATURDAY, 1 I creek to its southernmost head ral of cants rid the of W 'MtI'! '
], PCBLISHBD judges the county 1 a; Gulf Mexico with the mong t em'tin'such sums and under '
..1 BY W. HASELL HUNT, thence, due south to,tfje-"main road justices of t peace, sheriffs; and Atlantic is of national importance, such regulations that each in*

.!. SOL* EOXTOH AKn PROPRIETOR, from Tallahassee to Picolata, clerks, within the counties of this and while the citizens of this Territory dividual did, or would receive leven t1hti
1 falUsfierofttielM of the United State thence along said road to a point Territory and all other officers of hope and believe that the dollars. By this provision '
and of the Territory-Year of Florida.SVBSCBIPTIOH g5. eight miles distant from the western this Territory, shall continue :o attention of the General Government Mr. M. calculated that his 'emigrants ;

.j, Half year 3, bank of the river St. John's, have and exercise the aaidpffices, will yet be directed to thatmomentous' would be enabled commence '
Quarter year 2, thence southwardly to a point on until new appointments shall be subject ; they cannot the cultivation the soil, : .
..1 Single paper twelve and an half cents. the river Oklawaha, where deep : made for theisaid\ several offices but view with pleasure the efforts immediately after their arrival, ,

.1i Subscriptions payable in advance.AnvtnTisiico creek enters into the same, thenceup I Sec. 2. And be further enacted, making by a sister State to pave without being dependent President _
i, -Every advertisement the western bank of the river. That whenever hereafter an office the to its consummation. I
i way To Boyer, for favor whatever -
;, making not more than, twelve lines, first any F ; tF
insertion one dollar,each subsequent in- Oklawaha to the point where the :I in this Territory shall have been Georgia its accomplishment wouldbe unless the permission to improve :

.' tertion fifty cents ; )longer ones in propor. Indian boundary line intersects made vacant 'by law, tbe person of incalculable value ;-to,the the government lands mightbe '
r tion. Ruse and figure work double price the same, thence west ,and south I exercising such office shall continue Territory of Florida equally so, considered. Mr. MingeUa i.

for the first insertion. Amounts due for along the said Indian boundary. to :hold .and ex rise the same but those State and Territorial centfits '- boat 24 or 25 years of age, unmarried
j advertising payable always on demand. line to the waters Charlotte harbor until his successor or all absorbed !

jJ J A liberal deduction made to those who successors are by, and and unencumbered in :every '
advertise by the yeu. and thence west and north shall have been appointed, and duly yield to the great national ones of respect ; possessing an ample for ; i

All communicati to the Editor along the shore of the gulf of Mexico -, qualified to serve i in such office. opening an inland communication tune, and has received the benefits :.4 i
I vtist be pott paid,or they will be attendedto including the islands to the fJpprovediDecemberWth, 1824.) between the South and the West ; of a college education at Harvard .' ': 1
or not as suits his, convenience. mouth of the river Suwannee and of '
An .' increasing the intercourse oetweeii University. He assigned no other 1 4i
: act appointingCommissioners to report 4
-"Lav8-- Jt Y\o-rida. boundary line of Leon county. on the expediency of opening a those subdivisions of the motive for hating freed his slaves, i l $

.( ,, Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, canal from St.'Augustine to the river Republic ; of adding another linkto and for his subsequent acts of generosity : t' :, ,

An i:' act; to establish new counties and to That Duval county shall be comprehended St.Johns. the Union, ; of affording facilities towards them, than that I
define the boundaries of the counties within a line beginningon Be it enacted by the Governorand to commercial operations ; he conceived it would be doing a 1

of the Territory. the west on the main road from Legislative Council of the and augmenting the means of service to his country, to send

I Be it enacted 'by the Governorand Picolata to Suwannee, at the point Territory Florida, Tint Gabriel efence against foreign invasion. them out of it ; that they had all4 .'1

Legislative Council of the ,Territory where the line of Alachua county W. Pcrpall,) William H. Simmons A Floridiau. been good servants, but that h.ewas ,

of Florida, That the county intersects the saroe, thence alongthe Joseph M. Htrnandez, rich enough without them. }

of Esca nbia shall comprehend all said: boundary line northwardto AViHiam Travers, George, J. F. 1 here is no doubt but that the citizensof We have heard splendid sacrifices
that part of the Territory of Florida the river St. Marys, and thence Clarkr, John Rodman Peter Florid would rejoice at the ,cpmpl at the shrine of philanthropy 4 ? I
the of line beginning to the point of intersection of Mitchell John Alden Davis tion of the proposed canal; and ifit were 4.
lying to west a a be ; aged men on quitting the J
to a stock would freely invite $ ,.
: at the eat end of St Ro- line extended due west from the Floyd, and Elias WaileD, or a ma the Capitalists company of Georgia to aid in stage of mortal existence have bequeathed .; 1rk I II
.a's Inland the Gulf of Mexico most westernmost of jority of them be commissioners
on stream the the undertakingasintcresting to them as large endowments to public
running thence due north to thc middle branch of Nassau river, to examine into the expediency of to us; but Georgia as a State cannot do it, charities, and'princely legacies i J ,t
boundary: line, between the State of thence along the :said middle openinga canal from the navigable without infringing upon our Territorial to religious and moral institutions.

Alabama and Florida. branch, and main stream of Nassau waters of six mile creel, to the rights States.or The the jurisdiction sacrifice of principle of the United never But where shall we find an instance :t t

i Ifi Src. 2. Be :'/ further enacted, river, including the islands to navigable waters of the river St. was compensated for by any pecuniary he- of the kind attributable to a

\ That there oe, and hereby is, esta- and by the north point of Talbot Sebastians,or north' river, Sc that nefits. It is by a strict adherence to principle man of Mr. Minge's age ? The 1: 1'I t

blished a county to be comprehended island, thence along the Atlantic the said commissioners report to that all our political rights are rendered case we believe is without a aral '
within the following boundary shore southwardly to the point of the next Legislative, Courcil, on secure. If interest is suffered to lel.l -

.It lines, beginning on the boundary the intersection of a line passing the probable consequences, and 13 prevail it that over distinguishes written compacts us from, what those then ;,,'. I'I

.,i.t.: line at the north east corner from the cow-ford road at a point the probable expense of suh a canal where there is no written law governments ? From the Alexandria Herald." 44 ,
Escambia county, running east twenty miles from the cow-ford, ], together with such rates of Caprice like this is not profitabl e. Emancipation addition to .) ;'
along the boundary line of said I thence through a point three miles I toll, as to the said commissioners Georgia: has appointed Commissioners! the fact of the emancipation of t I It'

Territory to a point on the said I north of the dwelling house of r may seem a just equivalent for to explore a Canal route through Florida; 70 slaves, by ,Mr.,M INGE, of
line, whence a line running southEast I Philip Solano in Diego plains, and money' advanced towards cpening and enter it these without Commissioners our consent have, then,a has rightto the. : the Richm.ondYhig, of t't'p. .
will strike the south east side along the said line to the said I the said canal.! State of Georgia the right to complete: Friday, says, that 1wo instancesof ',p,

of Hickory Hill, thence a direct t point on the cow-ford road, thence Sec. 2. Be further, enact d, the canal and to occupy it and regulate its the triumph of philanthropy 3i i :
line to 'V Dud's ferry on Bear (10 the nearest waters of Julingtoncreek I That any monies advanced, ad-in- U se. Rut we do not think that it will be and patriotism over the sordid -
terim left for individual enterprize, or will it re selfishness'of our nature, can be i a .
creek, thence down said creek to stwarulh, thence don the by individuals, and which '
quire the energies of that State. It is a
St. Andrew's Hay, thence through north bank of JuUngton creek to shall be received and disbursed national concern ; and the United States recited equally as meritorious and 1 s''i' ;

the middle of said bay to the Gulf l f the mouth of the same, thence due by the said commissioners in surveying .I alone should comroul it. If. there is a splendid as that act distinguished :j

of Mexico, thence along the shoresof west, across the river St. Johns to or opening the said canal, I possibility of failure with the,government, e munificence. The Rev. Fletch- !t t tI
the Gulf to the beginning ; to the west bank of the same, thence shall oe considered a componantpart then it belongs to Florida; and then to Andrew, an ordained minister >

be called Walton county. southwardly alongtire west bank: of a general stock of a canal individual enterprize under the sanctionof I of the Methodist Episcopal .

Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, of the river St. Johns to the point company, if it shall hereafter by not its think Territorial that. Georgia government.intends more We thanto do Church, had received from -the I 1 1i

I That Jack shall be opposite Picolata "vhere the main the Legislative Council be Awaken the bounty of a dying relative 20
cn deemed attention of to
pn ,...41 d "uLthin county Q line;. 0"comWest ,..- road froni Suwance intepRpo*. iticsd .JapHJ..4 ,_ ....In tvi iticr aatne. At-__ __L.1-f_-J--*,.."...l.*.-_Congress J.p W...._J". si".". ..* .1.... ,_.1..1. ._ '
1 1i : ,corresponding with the aforesaid d bank, and thence along the Sec. 3. And be further enacted, pointment ot her Commissioners; and I 10,000.. Shortly after he attained I 't. t
i I said main road That the said commissioners whether its junction be with the-St. Ma, the age of 21 years, although -p
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eastern boundary line of westwardly, to ry's, the Nassau or the,St. John's Rivers_ '
1 1I i Walton county, and on the north boundary line of Alachua .county. not be entitled to any compensation Florida will be equally benefited ; but it, they constituted nearly the whole' '
1'I I I by the boundary line of lie state Sec. 8 Be it further enacted, for their services.(4provcdDecemlcr29thl824.. would in our opinion, offer greater facilities of his worldly property' -, this .ami I II
'II I of Alabama, to the point where That there be.and is hereby constituted .) to commerce it it were united with able and pious man generously.
---.1.--. ._.\. the SU Mary's.-Edir E F. Herald. d'-eY of them. I
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i the same intersects the western a county by the name of : I 11. .
it bank of the Chattahoochie river, Nassau, and the said county shall I MISCELLANY.From And Mr. Chs. Crerishaw, a far

I''I''I thrnce down the western bank of be bounded, on the north by the --. -.- From the Norfolk Herald July 25. mer, residing in,the neighborhood :

the said Chattahoochie river, and boundary line of the state of Georgia /A* East Florida Herald. Extraordinary Munificence.- of Richmond, has recently manumitted -
Internal Improvement. A paragraph has lately the all the slaves he owned, amounting -
that of the river Appalachicola to on the east by the Atlantic ocean gone
The Legislature. of the State of r round of the altogether to'60. tiE
the most eastern point of the weft on the south by the boundary II papers. announcing
Georgia, with a public spirit characteristic thata, gentleman of Virginia had \ a
point of the entrance of said river, line of Duval county, and on the '
thence of the ,i People they represent emancipated upwards of eighty r "+ 3jI
to the most eastern pointofSt. west by the river St. Mary's.Sec. From ? '
Vincent's I have directed examina slaves,. and. chartered a vessel to Brackenridgt Medtrn CMoalry ,
Island, thence along 9. Be it further enacted, : It was a legal proceeding; in this
to'ihe shore of the Gulf Mexico, That the county of St. John's shall I tions to be made, with a view of: send them, at his own expense, to village that,when .: I.
any one was suspected .
westwardly be ascertaining the practicability of: Hayti but without giving the name
including the'islands comprehended within a line beginning insanity a commission
to the point aforesaid the uniting by a caJu !the waters of the of the author of distinguished, dan :
on we'st at the west bank of the river of lunacy ,issued' and an enquiry. '
side of the entrance of St. An St. John'sat, the point of intersection Suwaney and St. Mary's rivers.- act of munificence. thinkit was held to ascertain the fact.An .'-*
Those streams take their rise within due to justicto this deficiency ** *
drew's sound. of the main road from 1 supply inquisition was holden this ..HA'
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, Suwannee and boundary line of the boundariesof, Georgia, and and to,add the following time on the body" of a man, and it :
Thai the of disembogue in nearly opposite directions facts which have been communicated ;
Gadsden Duval
county shall county, and eastwardly along ,was'theright of the 'defendant, t
be the one into the Atlantic to us by gentlemen familiar I jj-
comprehended within a line the same to the Atlantic 0- when the evidence the part of
ocean, the other into the Gulf of with them,as well as by Capt. Rus _
corresponding the ccanthence
the ,
on west with southwardly along the commonwealth was closed, to'
the eastern boundary line of Jackson Atlantic shore to the point of intersection Mexico. The object therefore in: sell, one of the owners of the brig be'heard in his defence. On .this

county and on the North by of a parallel of. latitude view by the aurveyj ordered, is connected Hannah and Elizabeth, of Baltimore .. occasion the a t i'ied'persol made '? 11f
the boundary line of the state of passing from a point three miles. with that great public workin the. vessel chartered. ..a use of his'privilege. '" j
Georgia, to a point where the same south of the head of Matanzas I,. contemplation, {of mingling the! The gentleman who Has .thus : ifra
intersects the western bank of the south river, at Fishe's landing, waters of the Gulfi: and Atlantic ;' distinguished himself, is Mr.,DAVID :The Madman's: : Defence.FELLOWCITIZENS ., .

river Ocklockony, thence down the low water mark, thence \Yes ward- thereby- enabling 'the mariner to I MINGE, of Charles City County -It.:is an awkward -' .

western bank of said river Ocklockony ly to Dunn's lake, north of Haw shun the dangerous shoals of the I living near Sandy Point, ,on situation Jin which you seetue

excluding the islands of said creek, thence down the 'said creekto Florida .Keys, and.;to avoid the circuitous James River. Capt. Russell 'informs pieced,.to be: obliged to:maintain

river to. the most eastern point of the south end of Dunn's lake, navigation; around the that there were put on boardthe that,I am. in my right mind.

James ',Island, thence south and thence to the mouth of sulpher: cape. As the sources of thosestreams ,Hannah and Elizabeth, eighty and not cut of my senses.. For' e- '

*est'alonj; the seaward sides of spring.at the north west side oflake'George are within the limits of, seven coloured people of different ven' if I speak sensei-youmay attribute .

Dog and St. George's islands to thence to the mouthof Georgia, so the uniting their wa ages, from.3 months forty years, it to,a iucid interval. It is "

I.S the boundary line Jackson coun-, deep, creek, on the river Oklawaha I. ters by a northern route would be being all the slaves which, Mr. N:..' not a\difficult matter, to fix any imputation $ 'I

r ty aforesaid. 'and line Alachua county, within the legitimate powers of owned except two old men, whomhe ,upon':a!| man. :It 'is only .
the State sovereignty without con had likewise manumitted but: to follow it; .*r'Line 'line
i Sec. 5. Be it further enacted thence northwardly along said lineto up upon ; -
That there be and ,is hereby constituted -, the main road from Suwannee, flicting with either Territorial or who being past service, he:retains precept upon 'precept' here .a lit- '

a county by the name of and thence to the place of begin I- National prerogatives. If however.if and supports' .them.-The value of tie' and there; -:a little," There.is, ;t

Leon and the said shall ning. a more southern route should upon: these negroes, ,at the; prices now, nothing'but-a:rr ana* own life, .and 4
be within county Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, examination )rov4 most advisable going, Inlg t' be estimated __t. about a course of-conduct, that can rc-; > I
comprehended a That there be and is hereby con ,the citizens of. Florida, it is twenty-six,thousand dollars ,the.calumny{ It ,is.. therefore' '
Corresponding west with '
.. the eastern on. line Gads- stituted a county by the name () believed, would entertain BO scruples 1- I -and Mr. Minge' expended.previous L-. nin.to: : answ :rin', gazettesorbut ; tl: )
boundary of
den Musquito, and the said as to invaded rights or-neighborhood to their' 'embarkatiqn. about; tO.go'o ..treYstreets and :call-, II

by the county aforesaid, on the north shall be bounded on the north county by interference* ; blltyould S 1,200 in, :purchasing! } ,jrfqngbs I' ojfaleApod.TJ C more pains,
a line of the state
boundary to the of their abilities ahdi'other articles of ,defend '
the of extent cooperate hoes, iron : you take to yourself the
St. Johns the I .
Georgia, on the east by the ri- county on '
and'most willingly invite: husbandry for.them, besides providing more it is fixed 'For t
I \ East by the Atlantic ocean on the uponxyou. :
Suwannee ,
ctd the Gulf of Mexico., and on the Soijh.by ,south by Monroe county, and on, Georgia capital and 'enterprise "them with'several suits" ol the bulk ot maiikind: ion the" '. :,1 It;, ',

the West by the Indian ,within the bounds of' the Territory clott s't'o each, provisions, groceries side' of the caluniniator'would '

I Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, line and county of Alachua.boundary, to render passable, by roads: obkyig.' u utensils,. Vnd.'.every: rather }bare:a th.gtr. faJ e. *3'

Tjutthere be, and it hereby confuted JOSEPH,M.'HERNANDEZ, her swamps to improve_the navigation thing' which he supposed iheymightreouire believe;there::would, ::be no'better: 0. h:
a county by the name of President of the Legislative'Council.SAML. L. of her.rivers!j':and unite py for ili ItC o rot! way than for:_a man<:to join inland, '' '

:cr jachua, and that the said county FRy, Clerk. canals her water coqrles ;:thereby during ttie passage nfP.thci i sfander himself,:,umil the* weight: tHL L

.;.rdin a comprehended within a line ,(.lJpprov d December 29/A 1824)WM.P.DUVAL increasing the facilir ,ie of communication use,after. their. arrival oUt.HeA;j .obloquy! ,,became-to, ,,great,. .ahat r r
responding on the west by the between, the extremities. so paid & 1,600.fthecbartir.; of i j _the..public; vould. revolt, and(rom\ 11 i 1'

tiUcrn boundary line of Leon Governor of the Territory of Florida.An I. Works which will givt:animation the,vessel. But Mr. Minge'ji: munificence .leliving all, ''believehl.g.: .,I;J\ !

COUjfly aforesaid, on :the north by to enterprise by 'developing the ;..does not. end here.'-' on have,known. ,this)tried with: "..u;-. ;1

; e oundary line ,between this Act to continue in office certain ol .,t>f the country '} ,and a f- the'bank"of.the river,.as'they. were ;CssBut1i. o'wcnone, rebut the.' J,

\ ttX1tory and the state of Georgia, 1 cers in this Territory. ford enco ragemcn : to .industryresources aboutto'go on board, he .had a imputation of madce.'.:.?, How ,
tb the head of thc river St.Mary's, Be it enacted by' the Governor by opening; 'channe. ,to:.'markets peck of dollars brought down,and, disprove insanity':The> highest ,r: ,

tnte down laid river to the and,Legittativc.Council 01 the-,Tee! for its prod tiona. TJieobject calling them' all around him, 'under I excellence of understanding, and \

. tnoUlh of big c.reckJ tnencc up said I If ritory: tf Pta: That the' -of uniting, by *.'canal !through 3- a. '.tree,'distributed. .the .hoard. i-1 madness, like the two ends W a -
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"'d.fDc, '.togetl1! .t; : t -T v VIflgrediturque /r Satu dar S .b tstftcs'' to rely o thisiheir rat stll ak.) it: ith
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Kallum 1Jttl.1hgc'llitmD.Ja; % so(9, & capAit later'nubuiconuit !0tlr3.. ;: cz1 ;.. ; !
\ ..-.;,* .' b Best ;atid surest piiitctIpIibcause. ses. and armaments .
:. r/aerterituc,1 .4'I ; ; .:/4a, >. *,: tied in .j1ieu"ppsed Jh l : ; ; For
S "; Yo'u. )ten .woodpecker. fr : third .it.may n always be 'convenient purpose ,he is authorized '
Great*its tq tnadnessfeire art heir allied: j nayc. :: : mthe5, oeatNa to raise'

And thin putiti6ns dotheir bounds divide' It astonishing how'lar'gt( a holeit abouiten days since, and a. fourth fojt i hpenerul.., govIs.. by lows 3,000ooo.. 3emay

Hence you will infer that I.may makes" with so small. a beak. It now dangerously ill 'from same ment t : : d ,of I Ih ap ass c ofany

S appear rational, and quick of per- .is owing to ,successive imfiressions.Since cause. A laborer in Kunkle-street. army: a "

cepiionand even just in judgment, I common fame has begun : at midnight arose from his bed, be an inclirraion on the part oft eo 1 ,, ird.

for a time, and yet be of a deranged I with you, it has taken that turn ; andi look a)draught of water froma governmeflt'comply with the requisition .

intellect. What can, I tell yoU and made you only mad.. pmp before his door. In the or a state. wSATIIRDAY &(fJ .

but that it is the malice of my/enemies .i If that is the case, said the man morning he was found dead on the Georgia must have 40 or 50,000,' y- __ a.

that have devised, this reproach .0/ books* I ought to be reconciled. : spot S men armed and equipped, 5 or .-!' SEPl'EMBER3, 1a '

I in order to binder my might_ have been worse. Oi Saturday evening, and yes- 600 Indians in that state have I' ColonVl GFORCE.u."J'O mtrN: :c1'

advancement in state affairs ? It terdty moining we were blessed been committing murder, and Acting- Governor'/J'lorid left this, City

is true there are some things in DOMESTIC.Louisville withVefreshing showers. I making difficulties and an armed for Tallahassee on Tburiiday last. <

: my habit and manner that may Tr swallows which inhabit the force is necessary to keep them I Doctor| THOMAS '
Ky. July 2.-We LXwsow; of
., have given copur.to. the charge- conversed last witha large\ship) house at the_ Navy in order. Instead of taking troops S. Army, has been duly elected PesIAri.t'.

S.. singularities. But a man of study, Wednesday Yard\in\ Philadelphia. are daily from thecantonements, in Florida, rhysicutn nnd President of the Board

.and abstract thought, will have gentleman respectability, who dropping down dead among the and marching them several hundred Health of the City of Pensacola, and en.of

ingularit t'. Henry Fielding's had very recently travelled workmen 'brlow. This curious miles, in hot veather and at tered upon the duties of said officn Oa

S ; Parson Adams ; and Doctor ()rk- through most of the counties southof and uncommon incident inducedone a great expense, the President Tuesday 30th August ult.
Green river and he
burn in Mrs. D'Arbray's Camilla, confidently of the Officers to ascertain the should have required the Com

S -are examples of this. A man of expresses the opinion, that the temperature by means of a Ther- mander-in-chief of the militia of Legislative The Incorporation Council of of Florida P ZIlJc ln.-1 ..
in the southern of at the
: / books will be abstract, or absent changes part momoter. In the Commandant's Georgia to have ordered out 1200 session, pawed .. An Act to incorporate b"t
the State will
I in conversation ; sometimes in bu sufficiently numerous Office 98 degrees.! In the ship men, duly equipped for service to the City, of nsacola, and inf.rt ve thQ
to the friends of the
siness. give roof be under the command of public roads in the neighborhood
4 house nefcr:the 106 degrees. placed there':
A man of books, said the Foreman constitution a majority in the next National Gazette. Gen. Gaines and to be continuedin of. the features of which, differiogf..anl

: of the Jury scholar! Ah Legislature favorable, without calculatingon ia the Cincinnati, (Ohio) July 2. 'An pay as long as public good re the cipally act,ofincorporation that the whole number of1822,are of Aide-, prirr.!

You are a scholar, are you ? Ah, any changes association)has been formed in this quired.-.N: Y. Nat. 4dv._ Aug. 3. men shall be nine.; that the Mayor shall
of Green river.
counties north
r ha ; thai is enough ; vre want no city, for the; purpose of establishing : -- -r1' --: be chosen by said Aldermen,from among
This intelligence, which we' believe FOREIGN. their own number, and shall be
more. If you are not a madman another community upon .Mr. Presdntofths :
; to be entirely correct, must ; I Board, and that the "first election!
you must be a knave, and that be highly gratif> ing, as it amountsto Owen's principVes, thougn with From t/ie National Journal. shall be held on the first Monday of Octo

cc.es to the same thing. Say a well grounded assurance, some slight variations in the details By the schooner Blucher, in her next." As October is now near at

gentlemen shall we find him guil- of its iilatj., They ha\e purchased from Sacrifi hand and our fellow-citizens most: of them
that the majority the next session \ twenty-five days dos,
ty \Vhat say you, is he mad l the site for tneir esublish- expect, that an election will beheld Oft
will be the editor the Baltimore Ga-
sufficiently numerous the first thereof in
! :. 1. Juryman ; he seems to be a mentconsutiii of about 800 acresat Monday compliance
and decisive, in favor of correct zette has received Mexican papersto with the provLnoo? ; abovemeutioned
: little cracked. the YelV! Green
principles.An w Spring Cty. the 1st July, containing the official as we humbly conceive said law to be a

q 2. lIe dues not appear to be eastern mentiqns the nearthe head' waters of the Little accounts of the surrender ofihe niillityve thin it proper to lay before

righf his head. paper Miami, aujut 65 miles N. E. of the public the grounds cf this belief.
S death of who died in Asia, Spanish ship of the line
a lady ,
3. I cannot think him in his great this city, and arc preparing to On the 23d August, 1822, the LegJsU.
<': agonies, and that this melancholy and brig Constante, to the Mexican live Council passed an act
mind. incorporating
right their imme-
S event'was occasioned by the head commence operations government, on the 1st of the City; of Pensacola, the last section of

:S" a 4. He is beside himself. of a pin which frll into her ear diately, by >he erection of suitable May las!. These vessels were not which provides, that this act shall ba

'. S Crazy. buildings, for the accommodation and continue iu force for
while she of that included in the capitulation madeat the term of eght
was making use
:: 6. Out of his reason. of the visitors to this favorite watering battle of years, and no longer;" this act having
little instrument it. the Ayacucho but
in picking ,
been accepted by the citizens
.5 ', 7. Deranged. We to find we hold
It should be borne in mind that if place regret sailed from Cailao, with part ofthe that: it became a contract and could only
. 8. Insane. Irom their advertisement
that the
,5 '5- S any casualty of this kind occurs, officers of the defeated army t>e repealed by consent of a nujority
; 9. Mad. will
contemplated improvementprecludethe the citizens of
for M-inillo.
human skill can afford no relief- either
t 10. Stark mad. .. ] practicability ofconunooatirig by a public meeting called for the purl
, it: is beyond the reach medicine, By the brig Wm. Bayard, the.
As mad March hare. or through their
11. as a viSitors this sea- pose legal representatives ..
b 12. Fit for Bedlam. beyond the power of the surgeonto I. tditbr of the New York Daily Advertiser the City Council ; unless we had

affjrd a remedy. Let this melancholy son.It has received Carthagena in some manner forfeited our charter.
ii \Terdict..1unacy.S .
is aso understood, that this Neither of these has
example then serve as a papers.to the 14th July and those happened,therefor
; .The court to whom the inquisition commnhity has in view the estab- the new act of
incorporation .
caution to persons how they apply of Bogota to the 27th June, They repealing
4 was returned, thought it a ment of several manufactories the old, without the consent of all
contain the official of the parties -
to accounts
pins ears. We have before -
hard there other ia illegal and therefore null
: case, as was no which tre water in the VIcinity andto'uL
r& evidence than his own confession heard of cases of this kind, power battle of Vitiche, and the death I In answer to this it will be urged, thata
ofthr will afiord favorable
of being addicted to books, and and we had resolved to mention Springs of Gen. Olaneta, by a wound re-S petition for the alteration signed by &--
he subject by of salutary sitcs.BOARD. vejved in that action. large number of the Citizens, was forwarded -
leave to move an arrest of way
gave OF HEALTH. to the Legislative Council
caution ; and the recent death Cailao is in a great strait for : true, but,
judgment ; and ordered him before Charleston August 2rf 1825. this petition can by no means be consi
reminds us of our negligence. provision, in consequence of the dered act of the Citizens
? : themselves for 'examination. RESOLVED' it an of Pensacola,
That is with a
closeness! of the and blockade
You of books S Baltimore American.Mortality siege for many of the citizens never knew of
are a man -
greatful pleasure that this Board which it maintained with its existence, and such
A little among Cli ildre7z.-On the ignorance of even
n so. S inform Fellow-Citizens, that zeal and u single inhabitant, provided no
the 10th icst. no less than 100 greatest rigor. proper*
What books have ?
4;. you read while we enjoy a temperature of Bolivar had marched Ho Cusco mcans were taken to make it public,
children are stated to have been ,,
J1t' History, divinity. remarkable mildness, our City is I would make it legally) not the act of tho,'
buried in the French burying with a view to establish and.regulate Citizens of Pensacola further
.4 What i:* the characteristic of blessed! health ; it was
,\!; 5 11e."v.l. S ground Montreal.. Their death with'peculia. they the government of that republic signed without due reflection bv many:
': f1l ..' earnestly recom nend an attentionto which the who afterward heartily wished
. was occasioned by diarrheas and r an object occupied their

. :,. :Tiction. dysentery. Parents cannot be too the cleanliness so essential to exclusive attention of the Father names erased, and even b/ some who actually -

.;'f.1. ) 'OfNo\"els. careful withholding unripe corn the continuance thereof, and par- Colombia. S signed counter petition when.itwas
too (late.
. :, Truth. ticularly request that any nuisances An American vessel loaded with
S and fruits from their children during It will also be said that the Councilor,

\ : Of metaphysics ? the continuance of the hot should be immediately report- provisions and munitions ot war, 1823 also amended the law of 1822-and

j :: Imagination* ,**..*..tb.JJ...!.. ed. had.01\ tainby: t10c."cul''A_ *H. t i .....ntga..tion, was..mjn* u-uns
;, ., Of natural philosophy ? BOARD OF HEALTH. was only au amendment_ not a repealinir
4 .dmrrica.-\Ve have been obligingly squadron oU-lallao. while attempting -
; ;. Doubt. Savannah, .August 10,1825. act, and even that could not havp beeie7Jor'etl

-:4 What is the best lesson in moral I favored with a sample of The Board is .happy to state, to enter. but was voluntarily accepted by
Philadelphia Mocha Coffee raised Grand Cor.grca of the free Nations Pensacola.It 4

4 'philosophy iTi at the se.at of Henry Pratt, Esq.- that notwithstanding-, the occur- of America. is not our intention by'the above,to

i ? txfiect! no gratitude.Vhat .? It is a beautiful specimen of that rence lately of heavy rainssucceeded We have the unspeakable( satisfaction discuss the policy or the necessity of the
pj- \ is the best qualification at times by hot suns the law, to
favorite berry and worthy the notice city to announce the approaching ne\v or express any opinion as to
? continues to enjoy remarkable the provisions of it 'but the preceding
of a politician a ;
of lhe lovers of "Caff? au union of the Congress
degree in he lth. few remarks ire written 'with sincere cun.
+S Honcst lait."-Phlla... U. S. Gaz. of Very cases much wished for by just & sensible: \'icto;. that, the said law being null and ,
The next best? :S It has been stated in several common incident to men. On the 17th of June, the void,any act in conformity with its provisions -
3J Knowledge. the climate. this season of the would be We believe that
that land been of illegal.
I papers, nas lately ship war Congreeo arrived,
S The next best ? year, are known to exist, and those under exiting circumstances, we, should
Paris the of / S. S. Jose Maria
I[ sold at $\ rate upwards bringing dclPajiad
Fortitude. of the mildest grades* proceed exactly as if the original act of
of five hundred thousand and. Manuel Vedaurre, had
incorporation been
: t1 Who serves the people best ? I Washington August 11.-It has never repealed
: dollars an acre. This is but S11 Ministers Plenipotentiary of the l and that consequently ve ought to hare;,
Not always him that. pleases 48 foot There have been several been stated in someof the newspapers republic of Peru. The deputies r no election of City c'aicera until the first'
them, most. ales of land in the of Bos- of the county, that Captains i of the other nations Mill arrive Monday in January next ; and if any a*,
L Creighton and Deacon are returning nieiulinent. or alteration, i If needed, the
It seems to the Court, said the ton for more than dollars soon, and this event will be hailedas '
S twenty a saute: should be represented to the nest
.1-. Chief Justicrthat the man is not ,' foot, and one at abou forty dolls: Mediterranean( under an epoch of power, happinessand Legislative Council either by.the Mayor"

: ; altogether mad. He appears rational a foot.-Daily Adv. arrtst. If this be true, we have glory to the New ,\V oriel. and Aldermen of theCity,or by a majori

; in some of his answers.. A. Good EramftleAt a late authority for sayil1g, that the go- Gaceta de Panama. : ty of the Citizens assembled alter due notice

',. \VehaUadvtiufzonit.. meeting of the Agticultural Society -" vernment has no knowledge Iftne From the National Intelligencer.A '. for the &:Xpr-=*purpose., :.

a. fact. It is ailiule. remarkable. bv liberal 'rclate.-In ""r '
The madman_ being out of, Philadelphia the the lute
upon following
Ii. : the just at this momentso We have to'apologize to our readers: for
bail, walked about seemingly.disconsolate resolution way that debate in the British House of
was unanimously adopted omitting to publish, Guy ,Troup' letter
; and fell in with a phi- : : many unfounded reports, regarding Peers, on the Catholic Relief Bill)), to the President eft lie. United States in

lanthropic person, who endeavored Resolved, That a gold medal of the lomcersof the Navy, it is worthy of'remark, that one to.day's Gazette. We received two papers

.- to copsole him. You may the value of fifty dollar be offeredas should originate) and obtain cur- of the dignitaries of the English which contained it by..I last ycei'

,,'; think yourself fortunate, said he, rency in a place,where it is so easy, Churcn spoke zealously in support mail J, one of which was so ranch worn tt

.. a premium, to the person who, upon proper(application, to i of bill to be unfit for use,the other xve loaned tn
thai the charge had not been that shall conduct the business pro- the ,and in favor of concessions week'
I of a a gentleman who mislaid it: this
cure correct :information.
:S were dead. You have I to the Catholics.
, farm in Pennsylvaniaon the Jargest rn:1il brought it to usinl"otberpaper
: been tumbled into a coffin and I i National Journal. S The Bishop of Aorwich iu-. will "
scale, for two without tt c publish it m our next.
;ijj buried .before you were' aw re.VVheo or. BuffcriiiganfcftfMrfe' years, to .be using I ,August 12.-The Court Martial plored that the system might cease .

: $ a public clamour is once his used i came to a: decision yesterday, on which had' ,heaped misery on five The Editor of the Southern, R corder,

J raised, there is no resisting ii.vt.t on I be property, unlers the the case of i Commodore Porter millions of loyal subjects ,and conscientious printed M.lledgevillc Georgia on th23dulLss
j same prescribed a physician.
People will ,have the thing to be The .sentence will not, of'course, Christians. There was : ,
Cincinnati. Pajltr.SJzaiz' be made known until a' Tc following article copu
SI so, lest there should be'no news. h' approved by no country in Europe more disgraced "
8crlJlliolZ.Ve.learn into the < Mr.
Ii : For the stagnation of intelligence thai1 the President. S by )penal laws than,Ireland. ,
'Augustine De Letamendi
-equal to. the want of bre 'tb'. 1wiJ.1 Consul of This morning the Court will If the Church of. England. could Adams official Gazette) without
Spain brEast. Florida, meet at the. east, of the A word of comment !-IB' it not
venture'to.: say that,,.in three appointed' hj the Constitutional Building not be maintained without persecution and

ii: .. days, were ,I to undertake :it, I Government to"reside St. Capitol, formerly occupied by let fall. If worldly! advantages enough: that our Executive '
at Au- '
cI! could have it believed that the trustine' ,'has. beet -'condemned Congress, for the purpose of pro- could not be secured to Legislature are insulted with

soul had' or tn ceeding will) the; .trial 'of Lieut. him but the of by Agents of the GeneralGoernuentb
S gone:out your body, death at Madrid, ,by"tileX -x r : by sufferings so Ciat,
and, that you.were walking mum ble tyrant1 who Whiilock.-Jdem.S many fellow beings, they could Indian andS/r
: my.. It ia only to insist upon it, blood-thirsty. now with Marching of Troo/ .-We learn have no charms for him., '" and bv. the Military- Oommantlant

and spread it,. and a part will be Spain. The charges vengeanceunhappy from Pensacola, that Col. Clinch: From the National, Journal. of the district ? Shall otir peaceable

S credited at first, and finally' the Mr. 'Letamcndi preferred his against received orders to.d spatct. all the The' Guzetitdc' Colombia, in announcing citizens! also, be threatened with

were, U. StatesUroops stationed in that the of Mr.' dragooning. ? S
whole. Thank fortune that appointment
youAre having been.engaged in. which
S feet, the earth a rencontre neighborhood to. Fort; ,Mitchell, CIa0, the office of Secretary of Then follows our paragraph
upon your upon ,whihtook!. placejn. the ,capital Tie mentions the departure: of the troops under
Georgia. order did State
: not makes the
.. You are not the first that have between party"of ,Constitutionalists following remark Major Donoho, for Fort Mitchell, ui

been buried alive. Go opening a : and -the Royal Guard mention for what purpose. The : which we say,".We know not vrhetheritis
: roops accordingly marched under Our fellow citizens will the Creek Indians their white persecutors
coffin, the corpte.. hag been found recollect or
the 71h of,:July 1822 and also
on ; the. 'omman4 oC.M.jor ,Dunohoand whom site It seems
turned upon'itslaee. In atomb it i how much the cause of tley toqucU.
in disseminatingfree( principlesduring ( i is also that this paragraph of aui'*was not worthy
said '
a force American
t' ,
{ independence and liberty
:has been ound'out.of the T\n S
,co I
: the revolution, as: the .editor I notice when received in our paper
. and laying where had wandered. ': of a 'crititle4.be Madrid them from B ton, Rouge, making is indebted, to the liberal! opinions nor when copied into some twenty,or thirty

thinkii g to'get out. '* Gazette paper fortunately' or 700 troops.There is no and active interest ot 'Mr. others; until it'was.copied into fr.A-
LI p ; for.this.gentleman doubt that this,force after 'the Editor IS
an expensive Clay. The other ministers dam ojicutl CarertV'
wl : Good heivensl:: ld' the mad. \t'is'not' within the ,reach appointed Journal.We .
marc ..of several hundred pleued U call the National
&L1 man,'this'1* enough to turn one's of'FeVrfiaind byMr. Adams, are also our S of Geoff
; ,.having come.to miles is destined fqr &uure thepeaceable citizens
i : b'&in.mndeed. begin Ib.feel Georgia ; friends. We may therefore anti- with t cCreek'lndians'
that in
jny country'on the annihilation.of lih'eriyjin but gia, though they common
; ,whether; oS protect the state cipate the .continued Wit II
; friendshipof threatened
S 'I be.u
head swimming. it
: may
( possible J4i,1aod is ,now, togethcVwitb -
against the or theIndia the new American administra their vhtte pert/cut***
that without the least Tonadat ion ; drogoOlI JlI"1 by
I >i his.wjfe! And brother., against the,statewe. cannot say. S tney'need be under no Apprehension* fad

such be be proposition lie fed'I should.?..come. to, "','i residing iff, this city. ', It.in .a,settled, principle) in all tionThe, Congress of.; Peru, in consideration though the. the peaceable
., Charleston Courier. by their anna" in opposition to
.. r disputes, in sates, between the.Indians of .the assistance Indian.

Believed' :.\ynd. people would 'j'PKiladeifiblat Pa. July.' 25..-,We and ..local, authorities, to afforded that republic'great by Colom! Gen.citizens Gaines: has and: sufficient the persecuted authority ,and

$'a bt'found* to-'S swear*, to'it';j*. ., 'o You have learnj..hat .in all,. -tllfr- .Y.ODt' cases. .*, have recourse; to.lUe'militia, as the bia, and induced by the rumor. of: energy to protect:them.1'1g ,

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communication his: been ;lie nut 1trio.t on his' ..p'r-tbat is**to.the be mife wide it U.not; in fact, six rods States. ,. I find myself ,possessed ofample ---- > ,
.. totJou'nJ. : \ said' are wide. 'The4muk'n if*b rder is I .
lie. (jIllaha.see(wateI1n eitent for whch4he properties on privileges which" .a '
($ _'. '.'the:South"Wc>t n toii>.thetforth,side of ; depend>> ,.; fIR: .. ," :.-., :
b judgflientpflhcCourt ,
,! toth !'i'b) oeiu o1rrJtretdotU bjrthe ; : not.upoto'.the' frhHn,lor' ipwce:of. i .. 1'\..."" .... ", ... <<
r diciL iflgtIi tco: ictof Jis to Ute ystein! of C9rftilsr.mxsrtgajyes pt Spring. fengnsfilactory i'botesf.LbtiShecC'.J : -
,officers, uoieor the.mostiriic ; "or securing:rights on property;'such, '{ t'ut"-t x1fm1 tie1o.- any individual : JJb. ," ncrt,' ettn' Ih*. : : Ptot "P ..\ in\a: :';" f ; a ;

tb1ic privileges! ; ,of freemen. We into as is practised not only..here, but,in everyone at:St. Francis which is the cad of Governorwith' whose cortespuii.dence ,....-- -..-- :.. -__ :L ,.
'r .become the apologists: of any or the States I have inhabited, I humbly schooner!' navig2tiinTbo -spring Hammock ,1 confess to'you,'sir,!hive' ENTEREDAugust -

frhe not renllemen alluded to, our columns dare to say, that I consider it altogether was lon,pcciiped by an Indian by not been to.much delighted or instructed 'iii
to the tr.svers of inefficient. I may hereafter devel- the name Kmnanl;:the remains, of his 27.- Schr. Amelia.J.taych.New
;:of course their open Wends there is,howveT ope this subject, which is of.sufficient! im! fields and wigwams' are. lim.to be seen. as individually' to wish for Orleans; Cnrg. 8. case medicine, 1 bb>> !. .
.s el w or which; we should neFTectouFdUtYt portance:: .require the observations :of The only of this most beautiful Us co IiDuanc. e. But however unprofitable whiskey tierce glass,'5 kegs of medicine -

,a circumstance if.we did not mention. at every fleeting man. 'spring ii1ftiUIi'$ in the Pensa- your" correspondencemay ,1 demijohn castor, oil, 1 case of I furniture -

time-we allude to the lont* and ..seStillness .- -.-- I cola Gazette ,in Volume be to me, individually the 6 boxesgWs 1 quintal tobacco
toT.B. Bell.3O.8ehr. F1
of Col. \\alton, the Acting SIR-The anxiety which many public 1, Number 5.jfuthor. respect due to the ,office fill
:, you\ Caravan' Boyd, New York
tf Sketches W. p. : I
Svcraor he vas taken ill very shortlyafter prints express, as to the present case of of will
; not permit'me-to yield to the to Stone and Nisbet,';Car go40 casks ,cutniili,13 !
his arrival her!. and, though he.has Georgia and the United States, has not so .The akttily is altogether a bbls. '
bcheebes non-intercourse which ,you have sugar, 4qr. casks wine, 1 ,'I1,1.-
time been convalescent, we : much ground as one of the contending: At distance of 292 S
some great curiosity the without authority pipe brandy, peices astings, 2 casks
effects presumed to"dlrecrl'
from the
still feeble parties enforces itself to pretend. In this !
; very merchandize
67 bars
2 bundles
about 11 \ miles from its embrasure ,
Jus sickness.To case, as it appears to stand, Georgia pro. pa tht conjrary,'sir, I steel,:2 krgs shot, 24 cases and 29 boxes .; 1
= perly said, has but very little to do, hut it bursts at once from the hare the right as a citizen, and the merchandize, 100 spades;500 bags corn, 1tpMi

-0 IJ.J1JI U. l 0.1'l'1()./\"S.le she is much interested in the rral point of earth a navigable stream. The additional right as a puplic functionary 24 sickles,3 bundles and 1 trunk merchandize

:I the question-which is-tJialt the present spring, a beautiful: oval basin, almost to address and 1 roll carpeting; 1 fine sett and 24 :
the }'c'n a-t;;Gazette. Governor be re-elected or.hall la, competi you ; .
: Editor of : unt'aihomablepresenis a pale chairs to Storie and'Nisbet:1 case, 2 bbl .
'f,,-o expresses have arrived in "faLlIahattf ,,- tor prevail over him ? I know the peopleof translucent surface onder should my official duty require that 2 boxes and 1 cask merchandize'and i4:

within the last month, from the lulio Georgia, Sir, they will not consent to azure I should, at any .time adcjress the quantity furniture to H. Michelet : 500 '

Agency,near Tampa Bay, the cause justify the Chivalrous epithet,with which which iuumerable fishes play in I Executive of this State, personally bunches onions, 11 bbls. 10 half bbls. 2 !(
of which we are as yet: unac Go,'. Troup puffs them. Were the enemies tranquil security ; they seem to 53 boxes 4J'IH1 ,
jnd nature .,or by letter, I.shall not fail to do kegs, 1 bag, 3 baskets. and 2 I
quainted with, there being no controller ,r of our country to invade any part of herd in little companies which that duty--with ,the due tubs containing sundry articles to S. Pat II
executive department here at it,the Georgians would be eager to send respect ,toI I I
present terson .2 ooxes
?{the often sally front or disappear .behind the office and the State' : merchandize to Jv W. ,
out their best blood to the attack aver which '
from repulse
but, from numerous reports ; Miller 23 '
; the lime that : boxes 3 bales,-1 trunk,and 1 ; r
ledges pf stone ,1
that quarter, we have reason to justify us and were the invasion upon their own soil, you preside. In this State,, as in cask merchandize, 6 dozen selves, 86 .
in saying, there is no doubt but conside- '-they would turn out, to a man, to fight, jut into the sides of the abyss. Even all other of the United States,that : pieces casting and 8 casks cut nails, to r '

fable dissatisfaction and disturbance pre- ,, for what most dear to them as Americana the cautious alligator may&be. 1 have viJitedJI am gratified to ; Finlay and Rushton : 25 trunks and 10.
amongst the Indians in tfyat section their Independence in consequence -I often moving boxes merchandize
,.ils seen slowly along find around me men and. patriot* ,2 bore hardware, S -
of the Territory ; owing probably part, : of a chivalrous spirit, but because the shelving projections. Duringthe and the descendants of !; boxes spermaceti candles, 8 cases hats,2cases '. 'I Si.'t. i
them they are real patriots and no *bs.M they men and ,
permitted to : ;
numbers of being shoes,20_coils rope,2 bales twine,3.
I first mile of its the river '
remain on this side of the Suwanee river, prove themselves in the present circumstance -. | course patriot, ,who fuught and bled for bales cotton bagging, .34 kegs tobacco,

,.:ientie) balance of them were removed : *as'they would in the above supposed : may be ten rods wide, and from the Independence; of our. country''; 121 bars Swedish iron, 2 bundles'sheet iron ..

wHlun the limits prescribed by the Tre;&. one. six to ten feet :deep, yet full of and whoin. September, 1737, in 1 roHlead, 2 bundles steel,"317 pel- ;4 ;! '
I do not remember to have read that, which seems to delight in ces castings, 1 pipe 4 casks
grass, the first of and qr. !
If.We are sorry that the situation of our in our struggle for Independence, the ; the calcareous flood that surroundsit. paragraph a rare wine,"4 catty's imperial and.2 half chests ii ; : I

executive oih'cers i is such,that it will not spirit of Chivalry was so much boasted of I very interesting work, which I young hyson.tea,3 boxe .lump 1.
I The three miles is di'ided sugar '
permit them to reside at the place where as of late it has become fashionable to do; would recommend to your attention cask shot, 1 bundle vices, 8dozen selves : I-

the office of that department is kept ; as and I really believe that, like the blader- into a thousand islands. The united with the patriots uf other 3 anvils 3 pair bl cki1 this bellows, '50' 1 : '

it is a11.i mporlant to the Gen. Go'ernmentas Otis titles of Excellency, Honorable, Enquire ::- cypresses seem to contend with States in saying We the C:1akscul'nails and 2 boxes butter 'to' N. .

well as the Territory, that, that office &.c. &c. it is a kind of moral disease, the grass for the honor f f blocka- of the United Stales, in J 1.Allen. : h : !
which ,in proportion as our political people or-
fhould be ready at all grows
ahvaya open
their discourses with the ding the current, they ofcen: shoot\ der to form ri1S
to do and perform business 01 ators ornament a more perfect Union ,
times connected, with it. any picture Christian humility.My up in the mid dId of the stream and establish justice, ensure domestic August 27.-Ship Indus, Barlow,New-

lbs Excellency the Governor left this old father used to tell me, that men greatly impede! the navigation.For tranquility, provide for the common cedar York;logs Cargo by, Stone 10 bales and cotton Nisbet.13 and 490 bales red .

for via. at are never so fond speaking of any thing mile tWo it then becomes it
place: lltntucky: Washington, a or ; defence the cotton by N. H Allen. 6000 feet t
promote general plankby
else, of that which they do not
end of the last cession of the Legislative possess.
the, Council and it is he will We have much travelled in Europe duringthe narrow, deep, and free from grass._ welfare, and secure the blessings Finlay & Rushton. -21700 cigars, 200
supposed At old St. Francis town, it of straw hats 6 bbls. and 1 bag palina,chris- 3w:1 ,
by the setting of the next, making last twenty-five years-there we have grows liberty to ourselves and our posterity -
ti seed 23 and
tiger deer skins 1
ucariy a whole year he will have resided seen the French nobility peddling everywhere wide again, and is again invaded do ordain and establish this ginger, 6 trunks boots, 35 bbls, N.keg E.

uut of the "1 erritory. Col. Walton, the I their titles and their chh'ah'uusspi- with grass, all tHe way to Fort St. Constitution for the United Statesof rum, 10 medicine chests and 31000 feet i'lt

ucting Governor, is at present in 1'ensa- rit, which they could neither support nor Marks. Schooners of considerable America." plank by J. 1). Pope.-102_tons logwood,
use, but which after dangers were over, : .
his business
cola, attending to private ,
burthen have sailed up to St. Among such men I cannot feel i 10 boxes segars and 100 straw hats by the 71-
vrhcn he \\iH return to assume his official they have !so powerfully employed for the' -
functions, we are not able to s:1V.'hilc degradation of their own nation. We i Francis Town. ,Arbuthnot's vessel myself as a stranger in a foreign i .Master. 1 I
have in the British House of Peers there with the Indians Sept. ,-Schr. Bachelor, Pla, Appa.
of seen, lay trading I
ve regret the negligence: our executive : land; many of these men am assured lachicola ; Cargo,. 64 bbls. whiskey, 11bbls. ,$
officers, to perform their duty towards Orators pretending that the guaranty of lor a length of time. Above )
t I will do me the justice to be- bread, 1 bbl. pork and 2 kegs tobacco
the Gen. Government,'le'winOU1'and theTerritory the British privilegedlohlersandthe Liberty was the preservation humiliation of! this although there is a sufficient lieve that the United States Soldier, by M. Crupper.'bbls. whiskey byP.

Judiciary; ,in we the cannot same light.help Our District and slavery of five millions o.? Irishmen, ; depth of water, yet the numerous, whose respectful communicationsof Martin. I

and Superior Judge fur middle Florida, w io were silly enough to be soldiers :and I. islands render the channel very June and July last, you answer- ARRIVED.

vas appointed nearly two year's si nee, andve s\lol'n( ; a service where they could daily crooked, oarrrow and difficult." ed with official arrogance: would August 27.-Schr, Harriet, Maura. Ap- t tIsJt
deserve, but n \'er.Uain, to become oil palachicola. '
\ believe he has: resided in the Territory '
I tWOM&33399)9Gen. cheerfully seize upon any proper Schr. Bachelor .Pla St. Mark's.;
t\u or three months; he is now at the ficcrE."e have seen in Germany, Professors -' "
Jiorth. Tjie District Attorney and of Philosophy, who had previously Gaines & Gov. Troup. occasion: to throw him between Schr. San Antonio, Roich, Appalachi- J

Marsliil were appointed at the same: time, made themselves! conspicuous fur liberal From the Georgia Patriot. them and the fire of an invading cola. 1 1ti

thc former resided in the district about pl'inciplesturnih defenders of kingly : Head Quarters, Eastern Departnent, ) foe, to save from harm the humblest 31.-U. S. Revenue Cutter, Florida, ,

two months, being a member of the Council rights to oppress the people We have Indian Springs,.AlIgtlIl16tl.I825. 5 citizen of the state. My ,, Captain Brown,from a cruize.SAILED. -
seen in }France men who had sworn fidelity "
; the latter, something like six Jays SIR-1 have received y.ur Ex Command has alternately -
The operation of our county court to the Ucpublic: barter their conscience letter 6& : Military August 27. Colombian Private Armed
for little bit of red ribbon afterwards cellency's of the post within few extended
is suspended, in consequence of the removal a ; a years past Brig Volcano, Forrest, New-Orleans.
and resignation of two of the .aoandoning the creator of the marked Milledgeville, 8ta.Aug. to every slate and territory of the August 31.-Schr. Amelia, Raych, St.

Judges. .So, in fine, we may say, the toy, and,like the Jews of old,oversetting, acknowledging the publication ofa nepu lic.-l have at ,different I Mark's. *

middle: district of Florida, is stripped, raisingaiid destroying again the altars of letter from me, the original of times bten honored with the ac- Sept. 1.-U. S.Transport Schr.Florida .

ut this: time, of both the Executive and the Gods,whom they by turns cursed and which had not received. Baker, Tampa Bay'via St. Marks.
you say you and occasional correspondence
Judiciary authorities. How long the interest worshipped, and all that in the spirit of quaintauc ABHIVXD HOJTTHIS POST. 1k
t f I'loriila is to suffer, and the chivalry. We recollect that oar Tories, To this I have only to say, of more than twenty of At Philadelphia August 8.-Schr. Mary 31

treasury of the Gen. GO'enlOunt.opened of hulf a century ago, who called them- that it was forwarded in due time. the state and,territorial governors; Washington, Rea,'22 days from Pensaco- ; ; 13iyt

to these measurc, time and a thoroughLilaIIg selves loyalists, pretended to the spirit It is doubtless known to you, from neither of whom except>> yourself -'. la, with.lumber spoke July 28, off the -
.: of Florida politics can only test. chivalry.. We have seen men puffed Tortugas brig Susannah. 'of Boston, from II.I II.
that your's of the 17th July was and one other, have 1 ever received : j yt-
with principles honorable even to chi
A. Middle Floridian. up Mobile r New York,July 31 groundedon
valry. No 'where have we beheld that published, as it is presumed by any expression,other than Carysfort Reef,,and threw pan of her .

those: sectarians of chivalry have proved your authority, in a newspaper, of the-*most dignified, amicable cargo overboard. '" vv t I '

Sin Juridicus has undertaken :, labor themselves peaceable citizens;. but, on before I replied to it. You could and polite kind, I have addressed ARRIVED raoar APPALICHICOI. :

v.hich is only comparable to the cleansing the contrary they,have shown that they not therefore be much surprised'at one and all of them,' and] you, ir., .Charleston JluguM 17. chr. Enter-

ufttic Augean stables,and soberly think .. were men of turbulent dispositions, who, prize, Brickhouse 17, days, with 107 .
the publication of reply.- heartfelt terms of that
thai this would be applicable to wnqever when the absence of general warfare deprived my the same, # bales cotto.n.AnBIVEDnox.
Mould venture the same job in relationto them of food tor their quarelsome had seen with regret, that :for a respect which naturally flojlya froman ST 1b.1t'8.

any collection of laws,even of our,most I propensities, disturbed the peace of inoffensive United States' officer to' write to habitual devotion to the beloved Jit CliarlfstonMgutt 10.-Schr.Ebene-

indent or, said to be, best regulated : citieiis.Govemoc you was in fart to write for the institutions of our ?, acount1'y. zer,rice, 16 daYI '
Slate of tile Union,or,even that of boast.. Troup, 1 believe, though dis. ) > Baltimore .
and that to differ featureof which is Jtllll 27Ib.
newspapers ; ., NO ,
ed England; afortiori,for tli<: laws of our posed to go uloiost any length to secure Scbr.
Arrived Lapwing, ,New
j onr ** loft-house Council of Florida.: his re-election, would not have embarked with you in opinion, was to be denounced in my estimation so t valuable as ';
Orleans 15 days July":15 in lat. 25, <
The of Juridicus that in the had he offender. Since the.juit'fighliand 49f
is of quarrel as an which'stcures
style an enlightened I present suspectedthat that
l long: 86, spoke schr. Horn; [Odin,] of Ro.;
critic, and I very willingly indeed : it ,might become tatal to the union : this was apparent to me, that is, I I "privi eg.es of the individual Chester, 11 days from Mobile, for,N.York,

assume my individual share of gratitude indeed it stall not be fatal to the Union ; since the receipt of your's of the states ; rights ,and privileges, defined .. all hands down with the'fever and ague ;:
fur his endeavors to the for the regard their
point out Georgians principles
pre-eminent deficiencies of our present above any share m a miserable, or even 17h July, I have been well.aware': by the constitution and known. ; except: the mate. and one "passenger, .s

leb.; btion. Uut he who only aims at an excellent, piece ut'lami. of the tax which our little differenCe laws,}and .not .5UChS, depend::upon' spared them a hand.JS'QTICE.. ;t11
doing good, never objected to ar.other Governor 'i'roup may succeed in being of opinion would. ;impose on the prejudice and4passion aJjew : -4: 3 F
InL: .'privilege seeing than re-elected but if one abroad attributes : .
dificrently any me. A tax which'conscioas innocence individuals; rights and privilerges :
lie does, and, as 1 entertain un Ins his conduct in the .
opinion success.to, present ,
different from that of Juridicus,respecting contest; such, person will, be grca.tlynal.taken suffers/jnder.the: groundless' promote which is to ,pro- ALL .persons the'Estatc'of having any FrtANGISCO demands I :

the fourth section' of the Act concern : it can only be the result of the imputation of guilt. 1 was not mote the interest.and honorol' the TODARD: S d 'are hereby .called .
ce ,
0 ing executions, 1 will, without further a- principle by wlucl every decent man is therefore much surprised at the. Union ; 'with these impressions. \ jhave"approached upon to present them without delay, and .

lolob', explain my"views on the subject. actuated-oft- ; tt evils to chaise the least. gross misrepresentations of your the 'state'authorities all persons indebted to, said Estate, are

That beCton says the lands and tcne- JUU ;X. dedimu* fiotettatcm Conu issio out as tb make immediate' to
not a.9 ftnncc requested: payment
rccnts of the defendant shall.be bound by foreign ,
the judgment of tlie'Court,and, after the Sometimes we liareto right ers, nor at the concluding para- brethern of one great political family D_ QUINA

1'Ciluition o?S1Zttji.J5ueit: xii &ubaccja I With awn.'t.lnoo.. thin ,U graph of your's of'the 6thw herein whose fair fame has already Executor
sales, mortgiges or incuab.es, shall Mn. EuiTon.-As 1 observe in your last )u. oay," 1 live lost no time to attracted the admiration .ot every Pensacola, 1 st.'Sept;xc ., -.....0.. '

be void ; but all judgments rendered at paper that you. do not conceive it necessary -I direct you to forbear further intercourse civilized country, and whose. example 'Siiob
the same term ot the Court shall be NeVi ..ap1otc8."r)
satii- the I
to controvert .statements of the with this go erOlnenl. has led to the establishment ,
tied pro rata. Juridicus, it seems, is opposed in the Louisiana Gazette who JB. If
writer andpromises :DOCTOR BEL4TESPECTFULLY '
to the judgment taking force,from higns himself: Americus", 1 must* beg These expressions, like others liberty in South America, informs the .Cifi*'

the date it is pronounced ; he prefers leave,through,the medium of your paper, contained iu tome. of yoir previous to aid in its final 'extension I IL of Fensaeola and -the inhabitants 1'- *
zeDS 4'I
that it should be trom the day it is docketed exprcbsly to contradict the asscrtiou >thai letters, (but of which-- I took no ', and permanent establishment ] of the neighboringcountry, that. bois i

: by the clerk ; because says he, were "one of the commissioners suffered his notice,) whr.reih'you"speak of ,my throughout every nation of ',the i iwnrlrL now opening an assortment,0fJ. ,' .
at Such__ __ .
time using the militia tagaiist T Georgia
from the rendition j eM. 1.ne
of v
a judgment,' ed by an extensive: professional practice." 9W m m A D ugs\8t .
by this act it is to be binding;" 4>,is it" Tins is'f falsehood, which has been con Sec. LC. appear to' evince, a very not be sported, with. public : 1
coutinue* Juridicus from the day whcij tradicted'' some time high degree of that prejudice and officer resolved to act the part ofa three doors above Messrs.Finlay & Rush- if

the verdict of the Jury was given and entered when started your by one paper of those mistaken ago, inflated II ride of office,which might i bold man, when he has 'lost the I ton's 'Store, on the* Comer of.Palafox :f -i
Street and the Bay.
or must it be alter the award of final
: interested or malicious scribbler who' well be expected to prompt some character cia wisp one, may sometimes Doctor Bell also' .respectfully tendershis
judgment Undoubtedly the situation -
have so often misrepresented the conductof "to feel innocently amuse to the citize of .
of the parties is determined as soonas I little European despot perhaps professional services
those able officers but I think that
the verdict,is pronounced, unless the very reitterauon of;the slander should e- power and forget right" Were himself in attempts 'to pass'off the Pensacola, and hopes;by-his assiduityand

Court sets aside tue said verdict ; therelore promptly be followed by a contradiction you some little, German prince,for turbulence of his thundering words attention,'(to merit a fibenl" share" of their' I t

known, from the. moment the verdict is and, it I mistake not the character of the example, (the mot lelf-impohant Cor force, and the frenzy of his p .r- patronage.Pensacola : 1825.274t.aonit- : .
the defendant it ,sept.st,
; condemned, Editor of the Louisiana Gazette, they and overbearing of all the crown- ty zeal for fire : but when he ,thus -4
must be of the
01 pu.t out power of disposing will not fail to do justice by copying this ed tribe and I it would In writes himself into a great passion '
property which is no" longer his_own, into their ,) .Turk* 44t
uice it is declared to be acquired paper. J that cate excite no ,surprise that about nothing ; and! .when he;permits & t ,

by the adverte-party ; the award of the ust cia.S the ,little Germanprince should himself to utter threat* in ..the .LIST, ;.OF -DEATHS;-
Court; cannot ciuuige the verdict I the .\ our correspondent has thought proper : and > mqntji'of4&14&jt.1&nfdni
to the assertion ol Anienciu, address the Turk '-'as' !you have_ face of, such institutions" ; Dwriyg' the, ,
Judge delay, us much as he thinks 1,10uc'e l I '
ptt>ler may, the pronouncing of, that award : quotediii tile '&b"\ve; and Americutf. more than once' addressed me' and gravely appeals fhis/'.. 'comraues- \ &' ': Caro, aged;). '.11 'oSsb: .p.,., ;
it stio'Jd have been pronounced imrocdi has preceded .it by Mr. Hunt well after -freely indulging in words and o.w' rkeri,!' and'wya '!untothem coaeh; ,. :-- -:.-- -

ttely alter. the verdict, and can have, no know*"'w take this >opportunity to men of learned ftrength and thunderingsound havingexhausted: thetgu-, ; II js.Bsirttt'aged48gmieraldebUitybtTlongstiding.. J I

other date than mat of the. verdict itself. tion, that Mr, Hunt well know iue-aer- conclude with" the will stand by our arms." from .,
xpressionsabove ment
we old
Rachel debility
It uoii of Atnericu* to be false, and anecsmust pgdea : age. ;
the Clerk: fcUis sick, or even dies, m : involuntarilycall i;
viz 1 have the- people :
quoted,I : -\Ve (
with the sentiments of Jukticia.Editor :
going out of tne Court, the.award mayfcat fully ludicrous,idea' of At THE LAZAREttO.John ,
DC docketed tor time but theverdict 'Pcti..'Gazette? lost too timeto: "direct you; to for- iQ min& the 1 1I
a long : .. :in the ,:McConajhyj b.tfrm, Mobile, .
1 with
licentiousness personified
must have-been entered as soon 'bear further intercourse. thisgOVkiUfleflt.P i milignaat fever' .. .. j 111 ,
I < ? \
as itwa circumstance, )I.. HruT. .:.The Baltimore Americanand i I. of heedkinfr'; Wtice by the ; !
pronounced; uo .. act. ; -. N..S. .:Fariianber.Secretary !
liter this, demnive the of the CommcreialUJailyAdvertiser,of August and'the : !1
can party : But'1 amnota Furk-nor youa note, ,, tabetySeating- fti Eard of Health.LLperaons .
bencnt ot the verdict; aJi disposal of the : d. in ,quoting vhwn..tne. PcntacolaGazette : ; -" 'and:it ,become a grave :
I\ a plain ,native of c, ---
I'rojxrty alitr tlut moment w .Inuululeutd has accidentally*&Jcd part of a prince. amy whether Ii
jiUoaldbe pun s2jed as sucb. communication, originally :published ih irgihiaj ,and. ,'an adopted citizen. I question to ilctermj e \)TU1_
at such
As to what Juridicus says, respecting tile LoUisiana GaZette, to, one of: the of Tennessee-I" am> '& i.'.officer, of smilei.ot"-be. *icrious eccentricities ..n. indebted to George C. J !' 9c

tut Ie tuburquent wiles; mttgage&c. 'bketchesof:at"'Florida.published in I the Unifed States]'otwItiCh'Gtor. \ Todare requested., to :nuke par I

1er and aouve the rgut' deciarcj the your paper. U d of triniujg coaiequence.. g1'a'ii an honoret and.' honorable, Wishing yottrcxcellency( healih ment,to the, iubscnber"wlio:b'.-hiWonlyIeal jl c
;erd jet, t am perteciiy ut'lus opinion ; but still, as the Author,of the Sketeles'.. Jiasendeavored Ian ful public'duiea' \ reipect'havethe: honort 'b6EDMp.PEND1.ET0N attorney, and atiilwjrktd to 'ive dis? l
member. and
eke'etl1aalter the word void ia. the I .truly to describe. MIC topography My .GAINES clrgc: .' : ,.- -* .. .;?; ,- -. i
&alii Section 4th, the COljrtst has omitted Scenery.,fcc of West: Florida, he caned--' e: nio this State # 1 .. T. Twitcbell. j
'rnt I have ,it believed, that where due homajrc to her V '.Jjlajor General; Commanding.' '. .
the author ot the law had certainly I would be sorry to yielding .. j S "t"t ;
\&mtr, or at lev lud in if be rCjrefltd the'.pri ,o11'1' to 1ftWS UUd those ,,cf;. :tIt1SflitedI To HU Ex. OXP. M. .rioips;'Sontf Gco- *. C CWA } <. ; _
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r 4Joiernext for the,delivery .of\Prorifiloha .s' S 'ellor: .U 'fftoi' 1 bus J ,.;On i\l.'lrI iii'
't" receive
:"City of Washington,:until Sattu4afltb.eI. ; District ..f ti ,4.TVneieola. fora. Subscriber Deflate I '-, >_. st 1" 4
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for thuie of the.Troops .of the United ; ':,JL sjrivals>fi6m New-York and, New-
tobe'l1extanclUII\'e. the reaUstateasa I
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: IN FLORIDA.' -" States,thbe. delivered.""" bulk"*' up-" .bf the late S!.ri'jC4H6ttKu Y d c Orleans, a supfrfv Spring Goods,,which, 1tWA'tJi

132. From Pensacola by the county on'inspectlon. as; I'ensacola.follows : amongst, the hclrs>;ahd devisees. .of ,the_ : together witfchfs j former, stc'ck'1 "*"",: make a1OPackages 2 Negro F'e1rowsviz.

.. seats of Gadsden, Jackadnind 'Walton,' 600 barrels of ." ,T said lLuia-i-whicJ! saJjVresi;4es tate $tRsiStI le.le.ent. \ J :': ..

to Tallahassee,once week. ,1250, .do.. of pork fresh fine flour or the :Jfollowiii& numUered,'10a jvthecUybfPcnsacidtaytqwitT Hardware, viz.:- -t n w.t
: .6 ; ,
'Leave.Tst13bLsee every Monday _
; t 800 of wh Knives and Forks,
gallons proof iskey
a. m. and arrive at Pensacola on Friday 550 ouslieh of goxld good sound beausi 'Uumberi' O; 134, 1.25. I26ti 127, 129, ,Pen!and PoctttKnayeJ: !,. ? t fl.v :fe J'si.i. Sa&fhfe&fe'

by. 10a.m. :.it '2f ::88CO pounds of good hard soap Tl, 72, 24>j 36, 122,.:together wltJi the ?. Iro ,,1 nn'd Table'and Tea-4" ,Spoons, igb1 10

LeaVe Pensacola Tciy'Triaay p. 4000 do, .of goodh rd.. :.tallow 0 4 111ILlING5I. v-Brittania, .do., do.. ,. 'r ,, 'k'') er teeth; a
S in.and arrive at;Tallahassee- on. Tuesday ,r cariclte. with:cotton wick, .I. < ICimbtets. PadhkTrOn Nob'Locks, &-irigbt' r eg; hi

b16 p. .." I t' 140.'"hustielS of good clean salt 1 I ii and appurtenances thereon.1 .- Stock ckSChcst, ..CJpdQ. < ri bt'oot : tObi.tt t'

:JB4.. :Trom .Tallahassee by Sewaqey 2250 galls of good cider'vinegar :: which said lots are now held Screw Plates, Saws, Augers,,.Cliiwels, the firstKeiyt was I'h ;

ferry andJDilN to St.. Augustine' once in One fourthbn'the first day of, June, and owned in co-parcenary by .4epb, Tiles Hammers, Coffee Mills "* and thClaie'. bra} t' boa '

two. weeks, 237 miles.' t oilier "Wed.nesday 'j: ,"'. 182& ., t '.'. ,, Casimero, Celestino,. Benjamin, Maria.Y. Brass, wood and paUnCCocks, f -mWJi1 "
3" LeaveTai1abuC every ,. One fourth on the first day of Octo- Canlidaand Joanna Ruby,.who "'have ,a antis great variety of other hardware, Sec. ilr

at 6 a. m.and:arrive at'St,'Augustine 'i .'ber" .826. ". : .. fee simple title,to the same. '\ cases'carpenter's planes, rr wI'five' feet.eight inches

jcmi the .n Monday by6p.ss. 'One. .fourth 'on the, first day of. ,.Dt- The Subscriber''gives this''notice as cup kroHna hoes, ,:'' ajjcaron .his left hiy), baa
Leave SCAugusttije other/Tues- arm,
every Tallahassee'. :- "'- 'cembCr1826. ; Guardian Benjamin Ruby..nd, Joanna. ,. 'casks tin ware, assorted. If k7)says was 6iCb he
VnYand arrive:! l
day at neitSundaybi a. 6 'fo. ',AndtheVemainderon the first day Ruby, on whose behalf the'above mentioned BFacksmith bellows, vices anvil., oecaslone4._for the kIne the...
the NOTES.p '' ", Jlarch, 1827. application is to be made..Jose Sledgcand hand'hammew I otller.identifying rpj .pu':.; -

,. It is understood that ,the pork toijpe; Ortiz. 1'. fedes Iron S CICEUO says thathe i3fwty-one
.1. The Postmaster General.n-r elpedlte contracted for Utq consist entire Foolscap paper, Vrapping.do. olciand that.Jse.wasgold r hrl
of. .
mails alter the times for ,an : Err Guardian. b1fJhr81
the and I"
arrival and departure at anyvjLioie. daring 6og.tpthe batrel/exceptfeet, legs, rsand' Pensacola June. 5th, 1825.-:15-8t.. .Bar Lead and.: pow ler. v f'.SumptenU. 'JJatnct SoutO. nr
Ibhdut, which, are inadnoissible.Shbuld I ; 15'Oases as Uje iop rtl or RichArd
Dry9o9'dsvz: :
he '
the continuance of tl>e contract, paying ;- .RiJgel to
for the hog be"'of-less weight than eJ\ssiZ ofDTDHE 1hIftA. nuufc .Oaptaini Joseph Richbaugh h
an adequate ""Compensation' any extra Ready clothing! bId hiili
'p to a Mr.Bichardson. .
:expense that may be occasioned there- poundsxlhe deficiency is'to b.: made price of flour being 6 50 per Domestic i ticking, checks, ; 'r .:

I by. And he'.reserves the right to abridge Up ,of; good:;fat side pieces. No more 41 barrel, ;the rate of bread shall be, Cambric muslins" chintz, BJWAM ;says ..that he is' ,forty,)rie
Vhan-pue, head .aIlq\\ed .$o a barrel ofpork. years old,. and that' he belonged
any contract made under this advertisejpent from this day,37 ounces for.a bit. Fine Midrass handkerchiefs,' to .'

whenhejLblnksU proper, and to deduct -, .: The contractor 'may. at his option By order of the Mayor, 'I -. ,Fine silk.flag! do.. ; Bronson, Sumpterville District S. Co and

the.compensation: at the ratio ,exclude with the hams side, and nuke.. up the :& S. JParmantier.Secretary. i Fjnc cotton hose, do.half do., 'was'I''ey sold both by. the state:Sherjfftoa that Mr.'Smith.
FVVnch they
for the shawls
paid \tinder'the'contract, lessening I osnaburgs, from South were.run oR"
,duties.of the -contractor r2 candles to be made of .good hard i Pensacola,June, 10th 1825. Pins, needles,thread, sold them in Carolina,bV ''whitemen, ; ,

Jen minutesshall.be allowed, for o- allow,, vith cotton'wick.The Superb gilt buttons Sec. .; them'orie hundred Alabama, ana Offered' ,to'

petiing and cloijngXhe iriailjrat .all offices pork, beans flour whiskey, salt, .VOT1CE.To 10 cases black u ool hats, 'J' thing about it, but.dollars each rno-

,.. where no particular ttipg'Ts specified.. and vinegar, must be delivered strong 1 do..white do. : them back and were obliged t .hke
3. For everyV thirty'irtTmitrt' delay; and secure barrels, and the soap and candIes intruding 'tcttlers and others, \ .b aver, do. '- ed for them refund the money recejy

(unavoidable accidents''except d,) in arriving in strong amVsecuie boxes of a convenient who commit waste on the public children's morocco do. another white; they_ then left- .thent,with

after the time prescribed in any size for transportation.The lands.TIIOSR. .6 trunks m.en's calfskin bfogans Pensacola. mart. who brought them to

contract the contractor.shall forfeit five pork, whiskey, vinegar, and flourin lawless who .1 .do. Ladies'torocco, do.
persons are guilty
dollars ; and if the. delay continue until i seasoned heart of white-oak barrels, Jng on lands -of the United I ALSO F. S. Chapman
the departure of,any depending mail, the in barrels full barrels ,,
v'hercb"L-trip b lost, a forfeiture of double pork hooped. States, and committingwaste on public 100 Whiskey, } ConimYD$,

Uie,amount allowed for carrying he .. The,- provisionsarcto A., .. be inspected. at timber, are hereby notified,that measures 25 barrels Flour, .- City Constables
it tnetnre 01 me delivery, ana me contractor L- have been taken for a rigid enforcement. of .4 '
incurred unless
shall be
mail one trip, the to be liable for the expense of inspecting : the laws of the United Mates in such cases 2, hhdfC Sugar PensacolavTuly22d.l835-.21-tf..
shall be made to appear delay -
and all other until made and provided, they are hereby S --
occasioned unavoidable accident expenses, ordered 30 bags Coffee -
\vas by ; they are safely delivered at such storehouses to desist from such offences forthwith City iof Pensacola. .

in will which be forfeited.case the amount' of pay fora trip i as may be designated by the United otherwise they will be prosecuted N. H. Allen. BOARD OF 'HEALTH

States' Agent. The prcvilege is reserved tcSHERIFFS the utmost rigor of the law. April 15,1825.Spring. ,
making proposals are required the
4. Persons Sitting of 10th
to the United States increasing Given under my hand, at the city of August, 1825.
o to state their prices by the yearThose" the be Washington, the 24th of Resolved That alt J
\ rbo contract will receivetheir or diminishing quantities to delivered day March 1825. vessels crrmW
one third, on giving 60 days previous Geo. Graham L Goods. this Port, from the Cities *f .1Jolr.le's
pay quarterly-in the months of May, aiuZ
notice. )V ezL? Orleans, after this date tKallbc
, I August, November and February, one Commissioner of, the General Land ()Jic :. S n5-
; month after the expiration of each quar- No advances will be made in any case 8.-. lj. STONE & NISBET jected-fo the Quaraniinefifteez ,, -i .
, whatever, but payment will be made onlyon ing pa6'a ?; and that it thall be thf

; ter.S No other than a free white person evidence being produced at this office : Coffee & Preserves. HAVE received. per brig St. Clair. from duty of master of such vessel, if requrd
: bt the inspection and delivery. by Jiealtb.Officer, to ca uher Juztc
the mail.
::, shall 6. be Where employed the proposer carry intends to convey !' It is expressly understood, that at all 1 I OO 5 Fags boxes green preserves Havana, Coffee assorted, in (S3sU? )( \ packages merchandize, contain to be taken 'of and the cargo xPO'edt.

'. the mail in.the body of a stage carriage the depots and stations, the salt is to be each box, received Schr. A- ing a handsome assortment of the air before leavingthe quaran.1neg,4.

;: he is desired to state it in his proposals :.7 received: by measur9nent of 32 quarts to imnda Slalvina and per for sale by fcyand staple articles suited .to the season and And be it further Resolved, ThaifrnL
. v\z. tfu date
\ : after '
and the must be of .sufficient the bushel. no pcrion or fientM'
* ; stage Stone & & isbet. "Printed muslins various coring from, the
4* size, unless otherwise, expressed, When a bid !is accepted, and notice qualities City of Mobile by /ani
conveniently seven" tht given to the 4-4 London chIntz shall be permitted"to enter 1M,' Citll.:.'1ftll.. _. _
. convey passengers. person making the - -
' W.HASELL. HUNT Fancy prints, chintz shawls, a penalty of 'FifttL.Uollar
." 7. Every proposer may offer in his bid, bid, refusal or neglect on his part to give vnthoui spidat
to make improvements tne transporta. good and sufficient security within a ..rea WILL draw deeds bills of sale, pow Cambnc handkerchiefs, percussion, of this Board. ,"

;:. tion of the mail, from.the ',terms invited, sonable time, to be specified by this department : of attorney, bonds &c.' in the Robe'patterns-do. coloured 6ounc.es, :And be it- further Resolved, That'tit'perrm

r t. cither, to the mode of transporting it, it will then be at the option of! most approved forms, and attend to any Leno book and jaconet muslins, or pcrmfshall be permitted to t-

. the speed required, or the, frequency of this department to consider the contract other writng which.may committed. to 9-8 and 6-4 cambrics ter the precincts tfthis City from Barrm-

the trips per 'IJ'ct'1t-which shall receive forfeited. or not. him,.with'promptness aii'd accuracy, and, lus1ip tam handkerchiefs, cds+dunng. the detention of an* WIld:"'

(: due consideration.. It is that on reasoniblej terms ; his situation in White, and col'd. "merino' & cassimere. vessels ,at the Quarantine Groiuut, vii&n
The number of the post route shall be' persons making th clerk's office renders an applicationto "shawls, <% permission from this .Board .under'fasame
proposals, who are unknown to this department *
him convenient for those who Silk scarfs,do.long shawls assorted penalty ab ve. -
L ; stated in every bid, and the proposal must should may be .
accompany their bids about to Coloured lace scarfa and'h'kfs, And be it further 'Resolved T/iat tJft
be scaled and directed to the General execute any instrument of writing .
Post Office,and endorsed Proposals.1' by letters recommendatory, from gentlemen l which is tol be recorded. Silk hose, white and col'd, bordered resolution shall continue in.force' until tk1st .

: strict attention must be given to the I of respectability,.or WilD are known cravats r day of November, unless soofter-refi .

f" endorsement, as it is not intended to to' 'the government. Pensacola Book Store. Printed ana1 white' Marseilles 0 ed and t.at.t shuli'be published in the Pd*

.: break the seal of any proposal until. ,the ,: It is desirable that all proposals made, \ : Blue and yellow nankeens sacola. Gazette for tkve.successive -H;.
time for receiving bids shall ha'c.expi- be.sealed in a seperate envelope, and Linen Drilling with colM silk stripes, 'igned.OJ.1ht Record;' '

I red. marketi- 'Proposals for furnishing Armysubsistence' JUST received per Brig St. Clair, di Imitation, do. > T .ak1aRua
i" 8. The Postmaster General reserves to I from New-York, and for sale as .Suspenders,cotton sjineres. Vice President' ,

C liimself Ihe right of declaring any contract: ,Persons".making bids will make two above,an additional assortment of Books, 7-8 Irish Lawns, ; v : ,- ,. ." of the JBoarZ
; J' -!
:,1:. at an end whenever one failure. Happens, sets pfpropi>sals, one, predicated on being among which are the following f 7-8. and 44 Irish ."linens.', in whole. .and ''N 'u P '': -

;tt which amounts to the hsscfa trip. paid m ffestern funds, and the otheron NBW- WORKS.. hairpieces' ... ... .1. 1"-mrm X"V- fluuu.11.f r .

: 9:The distances stated. are.such as have! receiving payment in drafts on the RoShelan, a Romance ufthe, .Ehglish.His- 5-4 Irish sheetings,'linen damask, ,' -\ ".K.'jfecfttery/. ',

, been communicated this office, and I i department, Washington or some At. tones, : ,3-4 do.diaper linen tickings / .. .: t- .
.- j. frStanhope's ; ;r Ladies'.eotton ho ,-usort d '. S ,. autton. ,
: !1 some of them:maybe incorrect t: On this lantic City. Letters on Greece, .in 823 '- -
,: s\tbJcclthe contractor must inform himself GEO" GIBSON. and 1824 with DocumentS on the Gre k. f W1iit&irdco1our- d' cotton half hose' ; ) }d .personafcavingcapsized. the

:the Department will not be answerable Commissary! Ge.neral'of Subsistence. volution,*and the life of Mustaplia Ribbed white do. 'teoat.bdorijjingfto! the Revenue DirtmentpfthisPortby.which --

for any mistake. Ali, j Russia diaper, crush, &c. &c. p she his

: 10. No bid shall be'withdrawn after the SALE:" Buchanan'i Sketches'of the North- 6 cases eiitleme's & boy's beaver, sustained coh.arderableinjury, ;? I: herelqr'
time for bids shall have 4Ame castor. and roram hats.. give noticethat should '
receiving expired, Superior Court, Wct Florida rican'Indians with .a plan for their *. : any trespass of tte
and should any person ,refuse to take the ''r Sarah Boon, Admt'x '. '. ." melioration -* AND IN. STORE!. kind-be perpetrated,in.futnrethefaw; .will
.:. contrAct it his bid," he ,shill beheld responsible } Gentlemen's and Ladies' boots, and I be.enforcedjin behalf of the United States.
fie .
\ and
Theodoric otbet
fa. Poems '
; : to the r the difference > by .* i
--Department 4 Nathan Shackleford Thomas shoes assorted, : against the/nersons concern, d.-. <
between his bid,and thai at which] Brown and f .,A.c114StLTQN Ctnlar.p'emacola
: : bleached'shirtings' and ,
virtue of
this '
The Cook's
execution I shall .Oracle-
the contract-shall iiiade. B.Y pro.ceed containing Receipts .
be No decisions to seU'at Public* Auctioneer for Plain Cookery, &c. '&c."See. -. sheetings. .' <* .Jug;'ft 1825-r25: .
on bids shall be made known before the cash; on Tuesday the,first the Plaids and stripes,.checks, dowlas,
day of iNove'mbcr Biography British Stage;being the STA I\NA.RY. :
i inh of October The assignment of blue
; any Osnaburgs, and brown domestic
next, at: 12 Lives '
o'clock, at'the ofUle1prm '
; CourtHouse t apal. Actors and Actresses .
i2 contract without theconentofthe Post
in.cnsacola, the following real goods, stout for,negro clothing, !?' ?egeivedand'ThrLiIe, ajiliII1' .
master General shall forfeit it-and in -- and a variety of therdrygoo: i J sacola Book' Store; -a small aspt't
estate, now The of .
all occupied, by Win. McVoy,, History [Matthewaid, by the
ti;. transfer cases Is where made application 'to make a viz :-All the remainder of the unsold land author of Valeri s'&e. Superi t'cld Madeira \Vine in bottles, I men t of; ..* :!. ; .
.4 the terms must be fully in the tract of eight hundred Hallam's View of Madeira, Tenerifle and sweet Malaga
r stated. arpents, adJoining Europe, during the Quills superior quality
; n
Wine in
to this City on the and Middla I- qr. ,
11. east fronting Ages, ,
contracts, ate to be in operation Letter 'P per1Vafers;
the on Pensacola Bay, granted to Francisco The Spanish AND .
on first Daughter .
day:iof -
January and .
: next con '
tinue one tear Moreno and conveyed by acts of gale' The Human .Heart. ,. A good assortment,- of Groceries. Ink e9n;t1r; hlack& red,

Jblm M'Lean to this defendant ; together with all ,:.he The Highlanders' Tale, ,April 15th, 1825. Se liD Wax4nd. .
J improvements consisting of Scenes in Europe,"5'cches iniAmerica ,
roitmaatcr General Tile isiat hOOt ot small Colleger, 01.UtiK. &Wtti4T1ak. S Office Tape, -
- "Gen. ral Pott-Office, \ mTBRRE DWELLiNG Living plays.4th,.5th,*6tb, 7th, 8th. 9th / W. Hasell hunt..MIvl4th'1825.
- If''cu1 llglon City,July 14,:1825.. and 10th volumes, i THE 'SUBSCRIBER; '. .:. .

., .' ,: .,- rOGEr1 i'ii WITHPaley's !JHAS re-commenceii business'at his old .: i .
needed by an OldSaiiiier. out Houses &c. &c. f W rb c6n plete, S.vols. I ;' on Palafoxstreet, where'hew

, And .also one other tract of'land, con I. Rollins Ancient History vois. ll''atte, d strictly to,all business: i in'jiis H C1iPOLL- .

: The undersigned d in the Revolu taining eight hundred arpents on Durand's P' tarch's Lives; 8 vols.-' line He' is 'grateful for the.' former p a- -
1i nary ..War .in. the Virginia Jine* I in Collins Escambia and County granted to' Antoine .Josephus's Works;' .vols. .: tronage fhe Public and begs. c ntin.u- 'Pu.'J'8rzclnt to an order 14I by. him conveyed'to.this Harnilton ance favors, as he determined that
the month of February, 1777, in Captain defendant. on Pnrgatiye.s is no 'rvble County Cart qfJathofl
; Holdman/Rrce's Armstrong on Typhus Fever pains ahall; bewared in future; 'to please
to '
troops of General company Burgoine, who guard the Also two other tracts of land, adjoining Miner and Tully I n Fevers, those who may .f vor'hiqrlt \.tbe r,/ us.. : 'ViLL.BEOLD: .
were the
k prisoners of-W&1' mentioned. granted to Lewis Gag- Orfila'b Practical) I torn. lIe hats bAr hand.ani 'assoitmentof
He was in said company net and Nicholas Chemistry, by Coxe, To 'lhe'llig\e l\i de "
.Lopez, and Jewelry.
about eight months I by them Powel on Contracts .
when he .
I transferred,to Capt. Merriweather's com-was conveyed eight hundred to this defendant' containing Morse's New..Giietteer, .:;' ; /, I: John! White.; .0'the 6'rst.:Weane'sday after ie third
.panyrlwh'ere he served 'fifteen months.. Seized _arpents each. Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket, P nsacolaAug.. 26th,,1825.NOXIGB:! -' : ._ Monday in .October .neit, at the
at the .
Col. Francis Taylor commandeithe regiment 7I of suit aforesaid, to'pay'th e Milton 'w< ks,',$vols. gilt t :.- : _. '. .a town of Chipola: the.Seat.,:ci Justice forsaicLCounty

, ..while"he was dollars #
. was honorably discharged on the 2d ; 82 cents, with interest Beauties of Shakespeare, do. Jce1yer, : .Town.crYSater'fen. : .'
May, and.cost, and will be sold Joseph C. sur-- TTN this. Led! .
7 1779. 'lIc to satisfy the Campbell's Poems : peKcent. in ao
. AW also at"the siege of York- same-.. *do. viving partner of the.I .Slut has been :
. town. If there ir any p rsob still alive ) Heryey's Meditatjpn," do. late iirm of John & Jos. .instituted and .'. YDIcetl1ebaIaice-in.sI2. 'and. tWelvonths.
, "WVDayison ? *.* .. >
xrlro can hts service 'he Pilgrims'Trogress, do. '
prove hopes thE I y C. 'Keyser,1 (writ of ;attach- ;
will gKe'1nror .. 'Mr.,Wm..sRwund-; ., Sheriff"*. County. Pope's Works, 2 ,vols.J ; do.' vs.. r 1j..n1eirissued. ,Krptlei: | .MJe..deotthe: tectipt; of.

tree, and Air. Daniel Ene'veswha.ie w. SJie Office, PensacolaJtfly ,.t Lights & SbadoViof. Scottish'Life, do. ThomasShields, -. J gainstthegood.i a- ,t hIIS. paYlD nt. :' If"i. / .;
,UveoVio.-Mercer 2d .1825. I ',1"' _Tbow; n or (%ilaItited pn.< theweenbakoltbjvercf
ago CpUhty, ,Kentucky -17-l mt.. JjLSO, ::, aid chattels, rights and credits of the.said I
'were In .the,came ,co:ny.wlt! The Sorrows of Werter, :Vocal Standard,- Th'omaV. 'The saidwritkretuunable i to 11 ; .the same

h Ln, tut be cinnot'learn where.they have STATIONARY.UST Life Franklin, E'auland.Virginia, v .:> the.County Court of Es'cambia': i 'e..I e 'afth .b nayigatID. t sand- admc -
Couutr iJ"
I t. lJroJl'a.
; I removed to; .From his age and'helpless | received. \ for: sale at the Pen- William rell,. Gullive t'1 Travels, .& .&; JOctoberTeriJi"lS25.. ',.'" -'. : *. 'b i oiniht Q.11CtanyjlC vieflf

situation he flfreds; the friendly assistance .'.: > sacola Book Stored a, small, addition Vaicn,. Aug.26th,'1825-4:2 ....6t. l1 emipenc. ; conunindirigta (
of hii country Informationwill be con ; to.the assortment of Stationary before. on together with the ,stock .heretofore, :.on : f.the.country Vg nditand., .the proP
- 'municated to Colonel Stephen F.. Ogdeo, hand, consisting of hand, composes'very] extensive and ge* STOJNE & *j ISBET,- f Jbealth and eo xi.watpr, ,U,not 3tWU3bnectioii
YdflowBahkDaicotinty, eniucky, .Letter Paper, plain and gilt edged, neralassortment of books, and-'will be ''w nf;for ,aJcJ; OO '''b.b ; W i !JIJ ;r l'itp ..
'by mfcUonthis'. Business. : \ .' Blank Books, assorted sizes; sold at the ew-York:.pricw._for csjh- .. ;'60 I of'." ;. aHUn1: !, ,
,. .. .
k.* /. David. Chancellor-, ., '' Paste Board Drawing paper, Country Merc1ians,a 4J public or privat s .. 4 naos & 20 bth. ugar: f- 4; '1.l t''f, :.yr' .J 1IiCll'U." ,. .'.A'i. ,
: .' r ... Extra'fine Libraries furnished the : t. '" : 1"-. /: .
23d r Red' on mot fib nil 4"r.ca.su. / J.J1i.
May ;,1825.. .r Scaling Wax, ( .tet nd Dry to.t"V". 't..\ .l '7
terms '
Japan Sand Boxes l 1"' and such bcloks"as'arfe/brderedand T> "8Tla1f dbriy "M S Th ,EdtI it ll nie n

.:, : $'"'EiI3Jr Kidders Durable l inn .. we pothtt1eely on.ba d,.will| be procured,:with' '.;vS01dT&d. .19rti d I'j.p'Ja. ... wmgive'rwic.aooTc/an.qnscrwuu, .' '. ... : Ioo" vt v.--

; Camel's. Hair Pelitn&0 as no sibl Orders fror j i : .. ,.AiiiriCad' ,.. 9' .. ;, forwardthferr
hereby pvcnJ.'I' : .t ,. .. ditc&c.. V mon a ahtiUW'dayW alefand. '
totince .
uen t mi ** '
/Jiisor;: :' will Ke as'promptlyAtfendqd; J". : : -' '.'.J. cffitTlo eTclcits m.
:1' Office
of 1c Uon -v { :' -,. 1. "I. : : .
, JheOpur.xycoI ,,: wi Liipreseatthe I i A few dozen'W &Sici-'a Spelling 4v'oks.- iid- meet witfc'ihe 'saifle liberality" .. I ':. 'y *. & -r.,' ,jnivrni... .-.' : : ,.. ', .r 1..->h'k. iUi.ji5lL. ,...-VI, > ." *. .
accounts + ,
and'oUdlers.a.rid ,,: Ii \(;:' .J, .r" .
PCSO'iltatid1t. .
? .
make a final settlement the state/or' : Pensacplk26th'July.1825.'Exchange 1 '. H'f .' iwep-. II caae" :.wr.l1 I h 1'_- .;." '. __ f... ...6.. r .I .1.la.tntJ.. ,- .
a Giles Newton late #P .. \W.HaSel1 Hdnf; 9l'Y : been .4 ft : "- : '
of' nssc6ji 4 deceisi : onNe vyorkOR I : r.' nstiuted stid Iissiid t. -
; > April i2thi825* i *ijA '. r4i \: ; S. _! J Jr el u : .
O\iV rkt ,
cd. "'. .:" \: '. -- : f.ti cbD\eo I. ,
j sale.iu gums.>: o i- s., -, -.= *" ,-. a. ': .
t I o hji4ch .;: stiijE purch* lliiN -.oj- a..n c croda"d'e 'ti".kha' /Thursday1.Mi ;
I' Ria ;
,' ;, .1." by < ; ,. .. ( 7" -. < .. !: t 9 ..id..Oli.v bid r 'aYW'Cl .on.&it iSa 1G' ..H; ". t
. -'iTi :1"tOne. ) yri t.
'_ ,44U3Utraor.i 4-; J
; J .
L N' 8bQt. Executed : r tble,1Q :4 .R beit.Mitc e1JI
t .
with heatneas' Court .;
and dii- I. QPr .. .
PcI'. 24th 182.. .., A .<: .. ',' I Kortmbef '" .' '. .., ',.}. '' "'
i .._- ..(. .: ." j., lAth' IM. 'f . .. '. Trth1825. 1. .' 1 I'i --.i .Post)1astc;.
; ; pitch at thi. ;: : ,_
, . ... ',.. .'. "r' I.; '. .'.. .. .e l ':':: "t:: AU26th: ,1ss'.' ., : Fcnsa< b1iluly3Oth. '- .1824-3t' S (


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