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 10, 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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BTXar ,S':I'UBDArt i -gress, entitled "an act to- authorize at the discretion' of any 'justice of j I of :.these< eclanti 1s.',. ;I. began|cide thc.natfere. and life :extent*"or' 1

ti Y. HASBLL HUNT.1 the laying out and opening peace. I I with regarding; :Gen.'Gaines'as an the !injury&hut 'reee.ve' d' and'o '
BY ,
EDITOR AHO PROFJIIKTO, I certain: public roads in the Territory ,Sec. 9. Be' it,,furthcfincicted,. honorable and disinterested arbiter the rcdreu moif suitable to ItJJ-

publither SOLE of the Lame of the United States. of Florida," approved ,February That if any slave jhallbjptt buy, between 'the United States, Geor' He would,not. 'confide the exerciseof I'

and o.fthe Territory Florida. twentieth,, one thousand eight sell or deliver. ] any. >)biMpf value, gia, *fc d.' the,Indians, and so continued this'privilege. to i you, no doubt

SuBscBirnox-Year 35. hundred and'twenty-four. (except brooms, t&ftrets .oe !.- ,'to regard him".until. a abort .bcstioning:your itaess" or db.crt- .F

Half year 3 2,, (approved December 3Qth 1824.J bricks of straw or rushvithout ,time before_ his iasuhing, letter of lion for such; mattert, bat chose to 1..
twelve and an year.half I ; the leave or consent of his or _her the 10th ult. was received at Ibis rely on. his dexterity and prow-
Single paper '
Subscriptions payable in cent.s..1 An act concerning Slaves. master, owner; or overseer, such Department.. ,It was impossible. ea.He:;write* among' 'other thlrigs
advertisement' Be it enacted by the Governorand the infliction for this Government of the "m.aI1ga8utvilla.ny" '
ADTSRTISIKG----Every slave shall be punished by not to repel which
mating not more than twelve lines! first Legislative Council of the of a number of stripes not that_ insult with indignation. The has been extensively practiced'OB.

insertion one dollar,each subsequent insertion Territory of Florida. That when exceeding thirty-nine, at, the discretion chief magistrate, in ,his official the.credulrt] 5of many,of the good

tion. Rule fifty and cents figure; longer work ones double in propor price any person of colour shall claim of any justice of the peace. message to the Legislature, had: citizens of f Georgia :and tuber

for the first insertion. Amounts due for his or their freedom, it shall and -Sec. 10. Bed\ it further enacted, stated explicitly that Mcintosh States in reference"to the Indians \

advertising! payable always on demand. may be lawful for any white per- : That if a slave shall go at large and his chiefs. had given'their con, and the treaty. A charge so va ne

A liberal deduction made to those who son, giving bond with sufficient I without a written pass from hisor sent to the survey, and in support cannot be easily understood,much 1,

advertise communications by the year. to the Editor security for the payment of all her owner, master, or overseer,' of this statement the letters of less"distinctly ,answered. Preaupposing -

must All be post paid,or they will attended costs and damages which may ac or shall fire hunt, or shall keep a McIntosh were exhibited with his it ,to be: directed 'against
cruer to bring, in the name of such such name subscribed in his hand the authorities of.this'
lo or not as suits his convenaence. horse, a boat or a canoe own $late, andto
r. person of colour, an action of trespass [slave] shall be punished by.the of wtyich; General Gaines had full be in alJ"relpectl", true,' who: 'made

L\l"W8 o foril\\\.. against any person or persons infliction of a number of stripesnot information. Nevertheless the Gen. Gaines the' Judge to pass

claimir.g any property in, or exceeding one hundred at the certificate of an Indian chief, who this condemnatory, sentence on the .
f An--Act relative to Jurors in certain Coun being in possession of such person discretion of any justice of ,the had deserted from the Mclntosh conduct 'of-,those,'authorities ? It

ties. of colour, and if judgment peace. party, and of'a white man of whom had been understood that'"you had
Be it enacted by the Governorand shall be for the plaintiff, a ,
Sec..Be it further enacted, Gen. Gaines himiell does not 'pretend reserved to yourself this power
Legislative Council of the Territory special entry shall he made, declaring That if slave shall use,"carry or to know any thing, is procured and that'Gen Gaines was here only
of Florida', That in the counties that the person in whose discredit the of .
keep any fire arms, ammunition or statement the as your agent, to collect the evi .
of St. .John's, Escambia, andLon name the action is brought, is any offensive weapon (except by Governor, and to exhibit him before deuces upon which that powerwas '

the grand and petit jurors, free ; Provided, that in any actionor special licence. ./from his master, the public',as the dupe of the to be,exercised. \
buinmonedby the larshalsof the suit to be brought in pursuance vilest and shallowest I
for roceedl make
owner or overseer the purpose imposture ; Hep to' another.
several districts of this Territory, of the provisions of this act, the of killing game, birds or beasts and in his solicitude to accomplish reference the;. riiBcate.vof the I

to attend upon the Superior Courts burthen of the proof shall ,lie on I of prey, or for any other necessary this he forgets that it is the consent Indian Chief and the white'm'an ; I t':I

in said counties respectively, shall the plaintiff, and it shall alwaysbe : and lawful purposes, and such licence given by MIntosh and his reiterates the expression of unlimited I .

proceed to the transaction of the presumed, that every person shall be received weekly) chiefs to the survey which, on the ,confidence in the veracity of +t'

Territorial business of said courts held as a slave 1 is a slave, unless such slave shall be punished by information of the agent, you have Marshall, eulogizes him as among ri

until discharged by the said courts, the contrary be made to appear. the infliction of a number of taken for granted to be the sole i the most worthy ,of *' the little I [

under the same fines and penaltiesas Sec. 2. Be it further enacted,' stripes, not exceeding thirty-nine cause of all the disturbances in the trealy-making party," and comes 11 I

are imposed for non attendanceof .That the emancipation of a slave at the discretion of any justice of Nation, and upon which you haverecently again to the conclusion that, the
said jurors. shall not be complete, if it be to issued the offensive 'Chief of I
he peace. most Magistrate Georgia and J
President JOSEPH of the M.Legislative HERNANDEZ Council., I the prejudice of a contract previ- Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, : orders to this government, ..con others are not to be credited a* j I I t

S AMI.. FRY, Clerk: 11 ously made, and unless such slave That if.a slave shall absent him, nected with surveyand in your gains the certificate of such resPectable } x
be of sound mind and and of
Approved December 30th 1824.JWM.P.WUVAL body, or herself, a greater distance than last one even denounced military personages. Within, this, jl \
I an age over twenty years, and under five miles from his or her usual vengeance against those who shall hoar I have received the testimony f :

Governor of the Territory of Florida. I forty-five, and unless the act of place of reside ce, or owner's service attempt to carry it into execution. of the Chiefs 'of the friendly I :

I emancipation be set forth in a without the, leave ot his or When Gen. Gaines is rebuked, in ). ]party voluntarily given that the t 1 ,{

An act to regulate the admission of Physicians written acknowledgement, certified her owner, overseer or master, the mildest language which the statement of Joe Marshall to Gen. \ t r
and Surgeons to practice in thisTerritory. I by the clerk of the superiorcourt insult would admit of Gaines false ".and
I such slave shall: be deemed to be a unprovoked I enclose you || f.
: and put in the possession of and be he presents himself again before the certificate:. of
runaway may apprehended my express, a !,,
Be it enacted by the Governor I :
emancipated slave. If the .r
I by any one without a warrant the public in a letter indulging in man of fairest character and 'undoubted ;;
end Council the Territory
Legislative of slave be under the age of twenty and the person apprehending shall most intemperate abuse of all'the I veracity _satisfy you. '
Florida That from and
of years or over that of forty-five, the i
constituted authorities of that Marshall has added
deliver such rua.iwYowner to his or her a sovereign falsehood,
after of this I
passing act, estate of which theslave
every constituted
who be desirous of overseer or Inastcr, and state, and of the great body of to treachery. In this part of his
person may a part, shall be liable to the expense shall be entiutd to receive six' is people, and which he causes to l letter he takes occasion to manifest
practising as a Physician or Surgeon of food and i
dollars and all reasonable be published almost a week before his resentment towards thefriends
within this Territory, shall 3, Be it enacted expenses '
before he enters such further at the expense of the estate, it was received at this depart-, of Mclntosh,he calls them
That if
upon prac- hAving
any person owning or c<
the ltile '
tices, or either of them, file in the control over the labour of to which such runaway belongs,I ment.With treaty making fiarti/
a ,
ofF-ce of the Clerk of the County slave, shall on Sunday employ himor but if the O'fnerj overseer or muster regard to the first letterof then'again the vassal Chiefs of

. Courtof the County wherein such her in labour ( suchas of such runaway\ bcf4 unknown, General Gainesto which I have f Mclntoshand questions their
I any except or shall reside at inconvenient called right to give permission to make
an attention he does
practice may be intended to be is of absolute.necessity or of necessary your not i ;
,' distance, the person apprehending seem to have been content with the survey. What a dispassionate -
pursued, a diploma, granted to family occasion) or shall
shall deliver the to the letter and impartial umpire is this 1
such intended Practitioner by cruelly beat such slave ; runaway addressing a so exceptionable ,
by unneces
some college 'or' university, together and excessive nearest justice ,of the _peace or to the head of this Government I General ,Gaines ;. one would have ;
sary or I
with a certificate this moral shall withhold: food jailor. He assumes the authorityto su posed.that,consultin the magnanimity I
character of such intended practitioner shall proper or sustenanct" Sec. 13. Be itlfurther enacted, order its, publication, on the of a'soldier. if he de: !
or exact la
and in the event of such bour than such slave greater be able: That a jailor confining a runaway allegation of'some pretended and parted from the line: of neutrality f

intended practitioner -having no perform such may :' shall notify the t jownrr, overseer, undefined malicious falsehoods in at all, he would .be found at the J \
diploma,he shall file in the office either. of the person said, offences or master, if known, by a letter circulation, and which he makes head of the 'weaker, ,' the: innocent !

aforesaid, 'a certificate of his 'having shall on conviction be fined in a, by the public ;sheaf(, and if unknown the foundation of an appeal to. the and injured party.' But the General i jI

studied the science of physic sum' not exceeding one hundred : by advertisement in the public-an appeal more censurable consulting the better part of :'

or surgery for the term of two dollars, at the discretion of the nearest newspaper in the Territory than that for which theal valour and; counting the odds a'I''I

years, either at a college, or underthe court. the advertisement, shall set L I lant and meritorious Porter, is gainst him as fifty to one, thr

auspices of a reputable physician Sec. 4. Be it further enacted forth briefly, the age, height, and : now answering, before a Court himself into the ranks of the !' .

or surgeon, and any two of the That if shall complexion of the runaway and Martial, assembled by your order, stronger party, and thus commends !! !'
any person keep or
judges of the County Court, mayat cause to be kept, any slave on, a other identifying "circumstances, inasmuch as the latter_ only; defends himself,again to you-for I the J
their discretion, grant licenseto plantation or settlement without See. 14. And be further enacted, himself against inculpatory: discretion which you had given:

such applicant, to practice as having a white man an the same, That the act entitled "an act for charges made by his own 'government him. in advance.- ., !I I y

aforesaid.Sec. the person so offending shall on the punishment (if slaves for violations whilst the former who 'was I The Generals correct, in one.of it

.2.And be further enacted, conviction be fined five dollars for of the penal' laws of this bound by equal respect to this .Government .II.jh'u positions, and 'being is *the ,

That any person contraveningthis each and every month that such Territory" approved. September17th does not pretend ,thai any right himself: he puts.youjn Mho 1 i !

act, shall on conviction, be.fined slaves may be so kept. 1822, be and the same is charges of any kind had been wrong, and 'so',contpicuoasly ,that j t

in a sum not exceeding five Sec. 5. Be it further enacted,' hereby repealed. ; 1 preferred by it against him.'- It'is you stand on the insulated emir I j

hundred dollars, at the discretionof That a body of men slaves exceed! {.Approved- December_ 30th 1824.) in this letter too that General hence;an,.almostaolitarydvocatc! \ i I
the court. ing seven in number and without' I I Gaines has fallen into th e' shocking for making and breaking 'treaties' .. {

Approved December 2Qth, 1824. having white I person with them,' JIll, CE._LL.Jl-j.Y. extravagance of asserting i 'what at pleasure. Gen. Gaines! says, j I
,. shall not travel in any .1. no body,can believe; highroad
An through act to preserve this the main and road for leading and slaves thus found In..a body,. Gov. l.roup to 'the resident party which rnade the.treaty cured. had become, .. 'a '.law, of tile" \ ; t

purposes. Territory" other. may be whipped not exceeding Executive constituted but a'f fiftiethjpart,of I land," '&c. '&c. He' had said to ,

He it enacted by* the Governor twenty stripes without reference Milledgeville, 7tl August,:1825.8th ) the,Nation ; and it was in'the'same the'council ,,at; B rokenArrow.. that : i

and Legislative Council of the to the civil authority. SIR-"he..Jette ik ofine'becceta-'* I letter, made known officially ,to the_ treaty'.could not be annulled, {
ry ofVar of the May, _intro- this that'he had and mustba i carried" into j
Territory cf Florida, That it shall 1 Sec. 6. Be it further enacted government happily effect, :
ducing this_ government_ ,Maj. concluded a pacification of !tc. &c. Thi: is The
not he lawful for any person or That if slave shall consult ''I, .good sense. ,: I 1,
any Gen. Gaines "
persons within this and Major Andrew a, the.Indians,when at that momenthe day 'before yesterday; t received !I
Territory '
to or conspire to rebel '" r
Y obstruct any public road or eat ab insurrection or make as agents of the United. States-. lo was'as remote from the pacification yo letter!", J which you say*' Gen j is!s j
against the white in '
lished inquire into the causes of. the, late as he ever had been, of Gaines bavin' informed von Jhat"I I '
highway, by fencing acrossor habitants of this '
Territory or against -' Indian disturbances to adjust:: e which fact I have the > '
into the_ same, and any personor the laws or even witl1in"ibe'' treaty haying: ;,beep obtained i :'
government I 'difference! subsistmgbetween the passing,hpurrece'iyed the ; in- by arid treachrry it.will
persons, .who shall build r thereof or shall :most intrigue .: I
fence, or ,willfully cause ,otherobstruction any murder, of {plot or conspirethe Indians, and, to, inquire into the comestible evidence, '. i be 'referred:"to. .Congress: for.re., : 1
any any white person, conduct of ;the' Agent,for,Indian consideration { ,
; 'Gen, Gaines tells
in such road or highway or shall commit an assault : Whk regard tot he secpndjetter -, !
and Affairs
)recommended them as officers of the'28th ult. jvhicfrBow'thatI the, IhbUans.that no,treaty has ever. .
or isYpart thereof shall
: orCeit battery, on any white _wiih I
"' person disiinguishec. for. ability, prudence has "''for the firsVtime yet .bie: >fadnlid Ypi: njJSSi. = _" 11
and pjiy to this Territory 'the'aUnt an intent to kill, he 'or. she .shanj)1 and am writing, f, ) ; :* iRy-TTtT; .. '. >, .
discreti u. They .were, '' Hands ,'antf !';? shall. .be made, an exception.
of one hundred dollars fore*. on conviction of either of the said been put:intomy h- :> : ,-.J.. '-".!" r It-fix>\--j* '
:very such 1>offence, to be sued -ror crimes; suffer death received and ties ed accordingly most* yreek'after' Its. "publication, to"all'others f,(and_:.upon,the information .;
With '
in the name off the Territory/by ''' the conduct .f the one, you I have',to. remark that trie- history. I tece ,e 4.from General' ;
S'tcI; 7. Bf '
iifurtjier have '
enacted r
already been madeacquaintedVilh Gaines. 1
afsh' .
of will not fut "
action of debt the diplomacy a:parallel .
or +
Upon cue.- That if shall I. r *
.a. slave l ;bc Dgaged'i1 that of the other it "
' Sec. .2. tie itJ further. enacted -riot ; re- ,iu.marked'W1thiadtsCre, !\on, General .Guinea, : proceed,; .to,
rout unlawful mains
m any! a lenlbit me to piG you: in deltbeiateect at nattllh
f tut pos ,intemperance> ; are r gjipjct,sasd complaisaJBceqr ,
a public road or established t
seditious :
trespass or. session. '
speech, > '** > and thVofctiige of all dc : 'the:'C ief
highway :s P : ._ ; rtgisirau-
shall :
be construed to ti e be or she shall on conviction
tar road, made by authority either.'of'the said of In the several c onferences held 'cenerI: Gen. 'Dairies ,forgets :as :a :.oy"reigm ::: tate_, by informing:, ,
of of the an ..i: _*' crimes be" p n n k 1 with-' Gcn.. Gaines' D''hia'first air i'i- well, what'iTeVwes.to,his h,4go*' hl'!:that. hc .haah. greatly de.o. .
jet Congress United jibed
Slates by tuAict on.or..Dumberot ; received! es .VernmetoTaVto'tnis. ..His duly t :deft{? :by;persons in'wfaoie.,honourS
or a.ny'order any of,the'County of this Territory Courts, nine,stripes, at the?, discretion apt ,exceeding of thirty. from him of fries: 1 Ijr .dispositions_ > :tdlifteqi !,);:him?to- .ew.l >pcct- ba' .htc. ..i ftWi:**! '* ..jrre"SSefiftr :
; any .justjccofthe of'upright ( : ] in all his inter h
oI this intcitione. : freedom to this goTernment cpng 8 elZ.l i.fmc
Territory.Sec. .
: ,peace.. .J'. from- all'kind of bias> > couroeirit'b' ifIf.in' that finter.'course taklb h !
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T'And be ft further enacted, Sec. 8. Bf it further enacted,I jucice| :'.Vqich coo d mislead'. his he., had ,found"himselfor HlIid ctd ;,f4rth.e'chI ; )

T } Courts of ,this-' That if .a:alare' ItalJ :under' any judgment). or.:inflven&: 11i1l decisions : -, t w Dg td :: .3 aggrieved',?b'jf IVe/WK r. 'itr_ tut ,,' h. Pi dfo : t

ttoryhall' not have power to Pretenteitrlkei otherwise- asfiault 'onaoY'df the, itopics whichinre iboriti;he'r? it,,'was'sot' allowed: lJ.\qq t'"_ J&C.d. f fi

Jwor road change'the route'of 'the : ,'i,.w.llte, person,' 'tiich_ 'sla, the. execution of'h s.:, trust, 'mightDI him',t o 1:tOwn ake .thr redreAti:fat J 11\( ag:S_ m t. Q:' QY ,r "itua:

Whomcd through this Territory rj shall beipupished by whipping'n present"themselves for cbacu's10n.'ReIling i I' hands. :;- upon:; toreaentatla.'; 'q ii e'Utf1.wn0rv#iW npy;-. u

by the -act -of Con exceeding one hundred at stripes, at implicitly a1btr.Bincet ity.I to 'you,you TT ere"competent'to-d e- trust..,and., vrho among die public,

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itrvanu are or,are *ol entiUtd toI bcUeve.it;. J has been, already sotlc&i -. c? part'cfjtljese conlajgration..: art : and suite., arrived at Liverpool on .
ihe: letter which ; have been: caUsed .by the::26th of June; In the' picket
I to>"$t0ttae) ; ,ilt4hA4 becoa$5eRcC. ,
,.. ; 1.N motive ..1al-' >> Pacific, from this porj.,_ A !I4\a
sir.with orcoateementoe o.eR. e.. ... th.:JqD"r to,addreVa yofir; ,.Its "PI *: :. ,
; !. GsL'. woId. 1 'upta thisnthqLty'thts; chle(> t: lotne f.tbt perpetrators letter from that place of! the 27th, ,ItD T" 8.nH'a
tald have'been. arrest in the London _... lOi.t82$
to published papers
'. offlbty1.rcicresettItdo be oJi* jitfe : > -
r hate dt$41 sppatei !! : ran. ,
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Sfficel. tkii State/..CJ, ma'' e, ribe, melt infamous of men, and c d. I s ay*-"Mr, King i ,t unue. thia'..acl. .;'''1 ....
the least hesitancy or repugnance of the Agent 'of Indian affairs, Paris, June 18.The AustrianObseri' I for a few day., to .teffect3 iill t' IC'..'Flb to day

to comply with such dictation, that you have come to:. the conclusion &f the 9th contains furtncr or' his in' o e '' .L un! OThmu'"..... ...

would subdued by a parade of. to. return ::the Treaty to' extracts' from, the Hydra Gazette I suffered much,from' if a. .sickness.1 rue t-, u e'. ,. It,. oWn,*:1,b atc1 '.

United 'States' troops. Congress for revision, 'It having from. :April,22, to May 6. i 'T.he American Chamber Commerce to e:,s reuon qimcal nt" i .rn&r .!eit'

The Friend of the Laws No. in this town, intend to in. : accept.,,
, After quoting a maxim,. that been procured by intrigue and I i Law.' therebflek' .I\d c
k "the king can do BO wrong," and treachery. 108,relates'the taking of Odysseuswlioj Tile him ,to.a public dinner previous :t here,ab U have ben a int: tht

g expatiating on the moral excel* Gen. Gaines is reported to me at. the head of a Turkish ; to his departure for Lon since January last an.l conseqUtrt1J

I lenccof truth, and her indiscriminate to hate said, in'the, presence of corp', jwas compelled by Gou- don.", there b no power' siithj
point' JudK
the to down his arms at' Ana- Extract of a letter dated Havre,July 1, of an ,election 'ttadS :l;
and lay
I habitation at the palace one of the Commissioners. on ra, new law or to go on under t
c' the cottage,. the plough and! the part of the 'State, .that if twenty l landi. This traitor has ,bren con- "Since making up our monthly .182212nd: 1823 ,(which we, e Ia. '"

bureau of State,with, the wanderers three States out of the twenty-four ducted. to Napoli Romania. report of the market, in which we only ne'constitutionally in 'fcrct ct) ,
: of Athens confirms remark that there had been no recent thereby avoid giving, grounds for
ofth wilderness and the honest were to pronounce the Agent 11iazette Pl'ete-

but unfortunate debtors ; of guilty,.be would,'not believe. them. thisr: ,. t&nt news, and adds sales of Cotton, we have just cutionLn SISBTS CHOOSX !na UADUIS or on

: all whickIcnnotfqr. the, life of Geo.". Qaines hasJjecfl guilty of t Ia.t '. j" in their rage, mas closed the sale of about 2000 balesN. : :
childish indiscretion of lacred Christians Livenates Orleans, Uplands, and Alabama ,
me understand the application, the threa. a LLthe Those Medical gentlemen
the which follows cut off the of the the women & *, at 28 ) to 32 1-4 sons for ord. commenced who haT
much. less farrago tening to ears carrying away practice in this,TerritW
;g about some body regarding citizens of Georgia who happen children. 'I1.he to prime Uplands and Alabamas, since the 30th December last,and ti2L'

money a little more and truth a ed to offend him, as if you had Friend of the Laws of the and 30 to 33) for ord. to good who intend hereafter to do so,are, rtfoT

little less. -condition of despised given him his'sword for this speia1 6th May publishes a letter from Louisianas. Our. advices fromLiverpool "An red toe'act: to Law regu1a on e our.the first admalSloQ page ,oBff

poverty and luxuries ot plundered I : service. But indeed, sir, it is General (joura himself,. dated are to \he 25th, endingthe iciani and Surgeons to practice in iK,"

wealth, fcc. Sec. and which is equally I high time to dismiss the subject Daotia, 25th April. He says week-their sales amounted to Territbr, y." .

unintelligible. i of this officer. t'at'OO Turks surrendered with 15000 bales at an advance of gd. ,I

General Gaines is carcely more In maint correspondence Odysseus. I\ On the 21st there wasa The sales on Saturday were be* JctConecrninf[ Stavci.-Some renuri.on .

distinct and intelligible when, in with the Government of the Uni- severe action, in which the barbarians tweea 6000 and 7000 bales. tins law are postponed for waot of

passing a meagre compliment to ted Slates, I have not permitted lost many men in the These advices have no effect on room.

I a portion of the citizens of Georgia any false considerations of dignity plains Turcochori, which is the i our marke:, and frankly speaking ; -

he professes to "rely on the or any false rmimates of forms famous plain of Leuctra, immortalized : the prices we have obtained" are a. C I).I1IMUJrlO.l1._,__ _1_'I()?'S.

wisdom, justice and patriotismof and ceremonies which usually by victoryof\ Epaminon- bove expectations.. v -. For the Pentacola- -- G _, _
From the'London Price June 28. zm
least nine tenths of those,with diplomatick intercourse das. :
govern The transactions in the Cotton To.the Citizens of Pensacoh.
whom he has the pleasure of an between States, to interpose the On the 24th, the equally famous -
Market continue limited that
,acquaintance,".many of whom are least difficulty-so far from it, I plain of Cheronea was the theatre : the sold so is worth It had constantly-been- my sober ;.

cultivators of the land ; and then have cheerfully descended to the of a new victory of the Greeks. quantity not nion that, this time, vc had so well "p tuc:

: : again that "the. cultivator are the level of every thing which it picas The barbarians had many killed mentioning. The prices are regulated ceeded in the election of a Hoard of Aldermen -

4 ,aaamantineCjtjllar* of the Union;against ed you, to employ at any time as and wounded.] by the sales at Liverpool, ,that,takingall together,it Toutf
t and are 4d to 6d per lb. under the I have been impossible, here into Penncolt,
which the angry vapouring representative or from The Gazettes of Leghorn and
your organ choose another Board
of the 20th uniting s>
d paper squibs of the. little and the the clerk of your bureaus, up to Genoa announce the arrival in last.highest quotations bales ol* Surats May : honesty, sound understanding of the math ia-

k. great demagogue of alb countries your Maj. General by brevet, and those port of vessels from the 2000 lately crests of the City, de'otioD.tO 'the :n el-
may continue to be hurled for have acted and treated with themas Ionian Islands, which confirm all landed: were sold yesterday, at 9J fare of the population, capacity to per.
10 lOd, and about 300 to day at form,and zeal for the discharge of the,ch.ties
: hundteds of centuries "without equals. the accounts brought to Triesla
the of.their office, without fear and
endangering noble edifice), In the deportment of come of by the (rArfu packel- oat, viz. the same price.chests out favor. Of all these qualification*%,jth.

&c. &.:. All.of which, may be intended these I have experienced arro- destruction bf the Egyptian fleet Sugar.-sold 300 foreign aurtiCn-sugar CuT ojr., l any still impressed, that the n.

to convey some meaning gance, selfi-sufiiciency, a haughtyand and the shutting up of the remainsof were to-day by greatest share is to be found in our Hoard

and admit of ready explanation by contemptuous carriage, and a Ibrahim's army in Modon.Cajztut't. middling white, 50 to 50s 6d. Aldermen j but of their zeal in the di,.
Coffee sold !o day at rather improved charge of their:duties,I can no longer en-
General Gaines) but which I allure most insulting interference with fn the Coast of Afri p St tcrtain the same idea .
( : you, air, is altogether above our local politicks, and these ca.-The French squadron on the at prices.63s. 'Domingo was This day, Monday the 3th of St tta;.

',. my comprehension. characteristic's not exhibited to coast of Africa have captured the bought ber, the day of their stated meeting,thev

: The General soon becomes a one, but all the constituted authorities following French vessels, for infringing So great is. the apprehensionat have neglected to meet,when a most ta.portant .

,. little more explicit, when he of the State. Now, Sir, Buffer the law prohibiting the Lloyds', relative to the, visits of F' appeal, to the soundness of their

1, says 'there is in Georgia a small me in conclusion to ask if Slave Trade;-Le Telegraphe, LaCaprieeuse : Colombian privateers ont e coast leges understandings, bad been and made respect in the last to our Gazette privi.
and that the
class of men who, like the "Holy thfcse things have been done in ''L'Anlonia, Le Gla- Spain Portugal, of Saturday the 3d inst. being only thirty,

%, A Alliance," profess to employ virtue of your 'instructions, express neur, L'Assurance, La Marie- premium on Spanish property has days exactly before the first Mon'diy iu

4. themselves in the laudable yrork or implyed, or by authorityof Magdel iDe'IL'Eugene| and L'Al- risen to 20 percent.PORTSMOUTH October nest? the term pointed out for .
of and all ENG. June 27. the next election, in the taidto be, law of
: enlightening governing any warrant from you whatsoever cide. The two first have been I
I Arrival of Lord Coc/z ran .--Thismorning's the Legislative Council of'1'821a tar,
1. other classes of the community, and if not so done, whetheryou condemned at Cayenne, and the wisely indeed, rejected by the Governor
., but whose labours consist of vain I will sanction nd themas others be dawn discovered the
II I % adopt are to proceeded against. Brazil's Poran- on thtj 22d December last, and, through
4 and daring efforts to prove that; your own, and this hold yourself I Moniteur. Emperor frigate pique, then passed by the requisite ma-
.; the light of truth is to be found responsible to the Government Colombian Ca/lture-We have ga, anchored at Spothead,: with jority of the Council. The well meaning1

1l only with the party to which I of Georgia. > had frequent occasion, within the: the flag ot Lord Cochrane flying at I part of the community,awakened, by the
". I the main admiral of the editorial article alluded to above, to
: as Emperor's tsetise
,i!: themselves respectively belong p Be persuaded, sir, that whenever last few months, to mention, under of their privileges,.. were anxiously
fleet. The left Ma-
and that all others go wrong. hereafter' shall think the above title the Peranga
I you proper vast L waiting to know the result of the defile
.. I Party, Sir-An agent representing i not deceiving yourself and us, amount of property lost to Spain ranham on the 20th, ult., the officers rations oi"our City Lycurguses on this no*

j the government of the United I to send gentlemen to represent you :by the folly jof her rulers in not report that all the northern mentous,question ; they hare only heard
States before the of l provinces of BrazU had been restored that no quorum could be had: is not :.tba
before this
guvernment of the wiih
government, coming to some
. arrangement total absence of zeal in ch .
. 0 and that ': ,a cir uI.stance'
to tranquility, r.o
: Georgia, addressing to the chief r charatter given to those by the the South American States. In tantamount to an absolute surreo

4 ; magistrate of the State an official I It letter of the Secretary of War of addition, we shall, here state the hostile vessel had appeared on thecoalt der of our rights 1 Should we hare _ex-

t paper in which, descanting on the the 18th May, they will be received .captures mace; by a single vessel since the evacuation of Ba- pected that those entrusted with 'tiicguardianship

state parties, the writer places and respected, as officers of the I in the Colombian Service as fur hia, two years since. of our privileges would thus
himself the side of the' GREEK NAVAL VICTORY. sacrifice; them on the altar of Legislative
t by one par General Government would be by niahed to the following !

i ty, and fulminates a denunciation the most friendly Stales of the U- Extract UStv Utr from an officer The fallowing is an officialBulletin omnipotence whctherlexercised an by omnipotence a set of good which met,,

; against the other. Pray, sir, suffer nion. on Colombian schoonSantander of the Greek AdmiralJViiaulis. to'whora'the making of laws was an object -

. me to ask if Maj. Gen. Gaines With great consideration, er Gen. Cafitatn never thought of before, or by a
received special instructions at UP n' IKtiilon of the Greek Fleet, Jfay wretch 'asignorant ,and tyranical asa
G. M. .rnoup. WorthrufaMay dated at Gibraltar, ,
13,1825. Charles : be
yi must
I Ii V your hands so to deport himself, The Freaidcntofthe U. S. 24thl825. equally obnoxioosj
I V into Yesterday evening with a favorable since,a lawful check only an' prevent_ it
to pry the stateof ,parties, to
"Our cruize commenced ofT
n wind we entered, past Sa- : from being a constituted oppression.: But
find,, out the relative, strength of FOREIGN. Havana some four months since ; pienza, into the Gulf of Modon, let us see,what result we havt'-to expect.

J- them, to place himself on the side -. there our first c2pture of consequence where .of- the vessels I, On the;23d Auguit.1822, tke'first Le
of the strongest, giving to, it aid F om the Mercantile ddvertiter. was a; Schr. for Jamaica, anchored under enemy's the gislative.Council"Florida. (:where shone
were cannonsof talents that have in of
and not. appeared
countenance co-operation NtW- auy
from this .lugutt 8.-The with dry goods in value ,80,000 to the fortress. On this squadron the subsequent) enacted that the free
!4 and strong hold to issue ship Braganza, Capt. Allyn arriv- 100,000. Next, on the 22d Feb. our intrepid ,Bremen-threw them- white inhabitants of Femucola be COSltI.

I insolent anathemas i againstthe ed yesterday from Liverpool, and fell in with tlie Spanish ship Vi- selves with six fire ships, and ith .tuted a body politic and corporate, to..I-

, other, through the Governor has brought regular advices to the. garraux, of\tin long 18's and 5') little "succeeded insetting erciseand enjoy certain privileges for the
: of this State; thus directly inter- 23d of June inclusive. men, value from 250 to 60,000 difficulty they term of eight years .and no,.longer. In

m:i medling in our local politicks and The price of Cotton, it will be this trimmed from them on fire, whilst we, the said act the privilege are defi&ed.
ship we
royals ,
: himself of with the rest of our vessels, pursued i and therefore the citizens thus, mcprpb-
our unhappy sctn by the following extracts, down in about 33 minutes when
other ships of the rated cannot, for the.spaceofeigtityean;
_ divisions : enemy i
%4 to make the exaspera- had fallen, ,considerably, and the we took.possession of and sent her which in full sail. The I be deprived of the ,exercise those privileges
lions of pry .$et ..ore J bitter.>> market continued dull. into Colombia. On the coast ofCuba vessels unless they forget. them, bvYwlating
burned in the of *
- Genera1G'a)1i viiU not'permit UIto'mistakC'"bhn. :LivcrJioQl, June 18.-:-",The demand w e';bufnt and.. .destroyed 30or'40 consisted_ of port M don, any.of thc. clauf5So; tUcact atse1f'through
He: proceeds io for Cotton two frigates, three No pdwerJofT{ eartBTexcept the
during the week .
sail but made
call the particular party to ,which was a good deal in only 2 cap c rv.ettes, five brigs of war, and arms of conquest, or of a Turkish like
consequence tures of
consequence. We then could to'raise a sa-
he is opposed, the one aided enlightening of-the the rest trau8ports.Ve are informed despotism, pretend
r- public sales announced went to New-Orleans, where we that crilegi usband on an act, which.was thfr
class in one the
; another for yesterday, and thetransactions watered and provisioned our. vessel frigates first token:of the cessation,of the oppreSsive .
place he calls them "the 'small was a cut-down 54 gun vessel of hid
by private under which this placf
contract and then railed i for system ,
Europe via *
..:'I: class.1 The opportunities of only amount to about 2160 bags. Cuba 011'wbich the Pacha of Egypt, and that: the 'till then bent. *

,. : Gen. tines to inform himself :The public sales were well attend.. four ,vessels. we burnt three or other, was a 36, gun frigate.; two On the'[29th June, 1823, the-second
4 the suite of parties in Georgiahave ed the 12th inst. of the corvettes carried 26 gunstAch.1.he .Council rendered' an act' to amend an act"
we made Cap tOn Vincent wherewe ,entitled ":A n act to ncorporate" -.c.:
been, no doubt much better Divine Providence '
Sales of Cotton "
from the 18thto this second act dfd the gret'eat
captured1 manned away
than mine, which have indeed ,2 1st inclusive, 1190 bales Upi of from a email aided, us still further brought: impediment! to a. good choice, iii*0
brig R15 to ,
been very'limitedbut I have more lands at 13} to 16 ; 280 !i value 20,000 dollars bout the, entire, destruction of the small a:population as ours,'by suprt11i1tthe ?:
generally heard, from men better Ui.to 1SJ 201 Alabama ; on'the2Oth, \ passed up the enemy. The fire produced by this division:of wards j, it] then amende*
informedjihatthe relative '131d. ; U to i Straits and Captured two feluccas ; conflagration communicated itself the former,;U did not,repeal an act which
strengthof I. on the 15th till in with aud was a contract entered into between the
parties wa> somewhat different :cap to the, fortress, & the town.'of Mo'
< .
Liverfiool reserved
,June !22.- Our Cot I tured the elegant brig Telise from. grantors and,grantees.; It was
from the General'sestimate of it ; ton market I continues don. for five hours, appeared one to'the ctnJfntatort of Legislation to render
.. he seems to have the in very Havana, bound to Barcelona, va- volume of flames and then the Citizensci
adopted dull slate we an act to incorporate
;Ir:. notwithstanding the lueS30.Oool( on the 16th, at 4, P. \ Pensacola had already
same rule of enumeration, under great reduction in heard one of the most terrible explosions 'when such, an act
I the delusion price, in consequence M. fell in: with" the Spanish brig which took .?een in force'for,more than two yesrt-
same optical in ever
as in ,a, great, measure. of Tonto, of six- long uW. and '40 place. it was reserved to them to dechre (**c.
i measuring the orhe In This leads us to imagine that the '
strength the and
sale '
public last weeek, which men and afwr 'action of 21,page 187) that:the,Act of 1823
j an 45
A din, _. parties and Urn*to. .have arrived_ J- went, off very badly.I The trade minutfO..ni.__ .._.r1. h..... 1'kI'rnJ..._ powder. magazine took- fire, and, -, in I three, .others besides "ia herttyr 're
irtr at tne very 'gratuying conclusion, seem: quite as'unwilling to !,wwu ;* % ft4V m **J9to mat rase every .one c every tnu g pealed." 0
buy can motnt'1 22 guns, and sails, lithe Actofl824s lav,the,'Act cf
{4I that the numerical. al there must have perished. *
strength was. now :did before
.they ,. ,
the _,. \ \ *
,remarkably 'fast, value from 40 1822 was inatantneously.re| *Jed<>?
p hi the PARIS
proportion of 50 to 1 If June 24.
-undoubtedly the should '
rop not exceed 22d of" ft cooW longer
to 50/)00 d Utra. .Having, thin, Extract, December last no
ll' : a very incorrect' state 500,000 bales.from. the, U. States, ned our men, we\ 'cmin' here" for_ oj, a -Lrlt.June r lOth.from Triette.. dated kave'any effect(or shElC'inowent, ,'tmce '
Efk m Jal k'-'... 'at. -prices may recover, but all depends It had also been,enacted.;that v Txshpu4
: '
:a ehort'relajsj'i and After the
then splendid naval date ofehactmeh Its
victorywhich hem force from the
: ay req'sleit to permit the Commissioners -, that.' |
; ,on' the' of upon- sail agai& tfie ,Colombian, brig : the Greeks' gained in ,the ',Qd,: furthermore! that IKC

State : in part the :London, June. 21. VenceddrnM Little 'Eagle. are also nigh* ot the 12th of May, we could Jet:Hfrovtde'fif.tte eowlentatt Jm..J.'M.
to act '
.1 friendly ;concertwith Gr; tt.- Letters ,of, llWclares 4e.
tivi 1st,
,him in a.recen'date here the f;< rmer had an action not 'expect to see Navarina Capitulate approvedJanuary
r making his invest CrP.Zante othrt! all psuedby.thC'two
,arrived yesterday near. '' acts
Cape S'patelw.ith Spanish yet'thi.b'..
* i gatioas for the discovery of truth, bytheFlencb mail 'confirm the ,. happened ilwe' .former".Councils are' repealed. ex cepueverthelefs ,
,ti. why he did so ,I cannot : brig'of 14 'guns, and in ten' minutes may believe letters from Corfu dated ;. the acts 'and ,par 20fU'
t 1 .. lure. This, hcrtr ever"Wuasle conjec accounts before received of ,tbe the Spanish brig unfortunately 30th of May, "HoWeyer' it therein designated1?nmongat.,whiij, ttj.
; Greek the .
victories.over troops,of went4 ratioii'f'1S22 and the
The 'Act
U. oficorp
: down. S. bet
;r;.; I: by' without,refusal notice, to,,'.(-admit was.hu. jubsequent' the! :Pacha; of.Egypt,,and; ,those, of ship', NOrt '.,ca 1 olina is aUo here, can may be possessionolthe of no*: ad aD .age' to place the ,in_amendEMnt:of it of 182.1"Ue of I8 JgLeS"merate4' : i
: J
them Redschid thereforCithe
Pacha '
addingr.that' the and looks and glorious." 1 rklt after the'loss of their' '
; to a particlpatioa of'thes:Councils grea fleet, ing dohc-way-pecemberl824jtfiee'
campaign_ may. considered as at dUgisa, l ... .LiJlt.tl and their illCP
in matters folviog the' 'bterest in'end. from, Lu.C.i'he situation 'in the More... :jection ,hjrldin! Jsnuavy'1$25. WII fi4'.
: of Ge rgiL ',Ilk indiscretion L ftL !.D ,packet' shlCadtnus is, not the less'critical.A !ubtvUhstanding I provision : ..dlo-
I : 4/jfl paper rJtb ,3Btbuluatnoun sectioa1)f lbo' ,,:act, .which t*'I
-apt. Alert; Arrived yesterday '
fleet of
: J 3
before the Vessels of
dectsMafy. council"at ea the'destruction of, from :*ar,_vincludingfbur ferst elfctjon:: liall; k held on tbo
'Bro: ,.s.Arrow, that if the coflgrt.gated isUye thati 4p1rill.ge8'and! HurebringLngregular: : 'advices sail of the. !: Une,"*.p- Morioray'of.Octobcr neit"*, the QnJCO'
I, verld were: to,-contradicttbe mark., toju17,, la < .x posed to 'French,.- was standing seaaetoce ,rtsultiig from: ,,tbechh1bofthe :. -
.tWniabt;'co-Pin of Nuetra, The BOB Mr. Ministerto ; 21St is tb cr
King, into Havana thc 3dSec..with the ; '
Cblef Y on set lfwbeD
'I. he\
.-........,. .. .- .. ,, .: r. ,..... .,r,\ \. .wtb! tingle ui.a.. h., The, 'lr atI 'the CoortJof.' Ste. ,.,lame,',Jlmi.lf, the Tobaico.:came$ out.. '1;. should V been n ZnttC1t1 t U'I JS
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Td19rAWc 'foxge 4tbpfJU'iwthe3OfOcl' .dcnce, and,fcut for the exceit N iea,. lOut Jutli L&lI1Y tcnLP \ ..,the.pIa diana abttut their ludJ.(trkicb tf sarvey.edjtnd .. :_pro4td.. V .PzMt:1ta4e.
w hich bas rendered itin come manner dan* tiff the his judgopntis t.' obtained
I moment .pcn WiU not yiefdf"this &
) .. ap '
1 .totra l he' would longsince h."eb'etI eel 'tike ; ," ,.. f K Wrong terms,.agai&tt the. ; deterjBiBationprthe -
liitly tIIeiO U market, dated Decemberto rcrouf : can 1 out cxeffjtipn I upori'it, eI".VJ"v.) .IKI .tp'G t tidI
7-1' continue In eSee certain there U is readily believed that i whether dtiring-the term' t of the Court orat purchaifc.t teac&Ately, aivi.thereby,wive. ; PreJidest: asd il*
all !neither ent ,"o bttle maUci owt interference, after its adjouVarnent the eo the of
etsinsTerritory" whichsays; any timej no 'orcdit-ind honor pfyoef :State f agftinst right Congressto '
ce a oft1"*.T rritoiy ahtJl continne I with the busineto of others,'or the disappointed writ of error belIr 'And he can'always Tour produce,will be'nearer. navigationAnd interfere 'with the treaty any

o b t* and exercise the said ,offices until ambition of not being made the perfect judgment, at ,the expiration market, And yourselves, in ,A ,more further than.to see that it is execu K
to netf appointments shall be made for Ih tIIJ of any of the parties,could have of four days from, the day when I healthy climate. ,
said several offices" and So that influenced the writernfthe"JHiddk Fbru&'an the verdict inquest was\'rendered, unless i ted. The treaty was ae fairly .

tbs vbentrer hereafter as office in thia Territory ," his object must have been the a motion, in arrest 6 judgment or .Arf.fV':.27.- Tbis beautiful 'section of made, as any other' Indian' treaty.It i !

shall have been made vacant by rood of the Terrftoty, and he will there.I' for a new trial be,pending; country, so recently occupied by the Indiana has been ratified' by the pro.

j$v, the person exercising each office, fare: be satisfied with a plain statement of The fo4es4i section alWa, the defendant ,is already.assuming the aspect of per authority, and bat become the
and, exercise the facts. P. if his be takth in execution civilization AM
shall continue, hold body iinpr eDt The'sons
supreme Iaof atf. It is
ame,until hts successor shall have, been mm WflSP. Ban to be released, on surrentericg property of the forest" have all, with the 'excep J
W3W therefore i .
Appointed1' &c. v sufficient toj satisfy the execution,' with tion thefew.upon'tbe atioras bTthe acorditc1be a&iform
lit. It may fairly be asked whether 'From the FAt ffmda Herald. costs. This provision is not sufficiently Chattahoochie, Appalachjcohv: andSuwA-, practice oitbegovercn!* '
Aldermen Are Territorial officers .and, Our Territorial Laws.No. explicit. VjTho, to be the'judge of the nee, removed. the great reserve near beyond thic11Vqreh, as

therefore whether the first provision is IV. value of the property or his title, to it, the Bay Tampa; where they areunderthe to.its anne' ent. v 1
Applicable to i] them ? I never beard them We have, in our preceding number, which a defendant may surrender? Is tho immediate auperinte danCe of the In ," i These mrtthefgrounds'
oiled State officers. made some comments on that part of the Sheriff to responsible,t if he takes insufficient man A ent,;'lid in thevicinityif two occupied
The 2d provision requires a division; i n sixth section of the" act concerning exe property, or suc b w, on examination companies of United States' troops, byGceividbey i. 'will. 'sot* beabadohed.
Us consideration. The Law ,of 1822, if cutions" which relates to the order of levy. may be discovered"Jjjfroe without It is now AS uncommon to see an Indian 1ft'

repealed was repealed before the 29th of We shall now consider that provision any legal title in the defgH nt.' Much in this place, AS it was to find white maniome -'uO, ": '
December, the Aldermen which difficulty delay' and.fnb-Oattment..havealready few. since' :
present were in the same section permitsthe yean, among. their native JfdIl8 4tgust 18..We
elected until 5th exist- 'arisen from Ihis The i" ( :
pot January they owner of slaves taken in execution, to provision.
cd not on the 29th December, they ,then replevy them, on giving bond with approved plaintiff believing that the defendant A great number,of acres of land, hare were pohilelyfornishedb7the Navy I
.41 riot errrme, consequently' they are security, conditioned to deliver has sufficient property Ito, pay his been purchased at the late sales,or entered Department yesterday with J

not included- in the. continuation- to-hld. the slaves ,to be sold_ at'L the_ expiration_ ofsixty debt but- either conceals. it.,. .or. baaconveyed since. that .period. at. private ,sale, eiiner the ,folio winsr"stmmarr statement J r.
As to on once matte vacant oy law, i con I days. This provision is certainly I nt away in irusi, uunu u o> actual settlers or persons desirous of the Sentences of the late Naval j\ "
(,"that I do understand it ; an office : calculated to delay th.i judgment creditor most advisable to sue ont a Ca. Sa. and .of making immediate settlements i Court ManIa all ofwhich have
may De made vacant by death, resignation I and in that respect, it is highly impolitic thus compel I the debtor to raise the. a great majority of the- purchases have been. i f
or a withdrawal of the commission of. as itisiojurious to reputation and money. But; under this provision the been made in large bodies. '.The object approved _. r
1; bolder ; the law may vacate, that is annul character of the Territory. The I legislature debtor can readily be released, and he of many who came hereto purchase, has "Captain DAVID PORTER f
-A an office and the holder .f the office =should never interpose any obstacle may (as often has been done) surrender been in some instances frustrated,in consequence was found 'gItty.upoi each,of the t

so annulled can bave no successor.: the I. to.the prompt collection of debts, when slaves which he pretents belong to him, of there" not existing a sufficient charges and specification and f
office may indeed be created again, but the debtor is perfectly solvent. It is, in but which afterwards found to .have number of acres of prime,land in one bo sentenced to. .
be.saspcBded; the
the officer be 1 of been settled his wife, or that .some dy. .o :
can new properly called effect, impairing the obligation contracts upon s ; ( .. j
the successor of the former? of this 1 conceive ; ; and in that view, unconstitutional* other person)has a bill of sale for them, ,This however,iff not''th&only*catise'of term of six months."Lieutenant -t' :

: strong doubts.If .. I The security afforded by a bond is not equal This provision another of the facilities many persons having returned Georgia' E. 1;: Wa I :
the Liw of 1822 i is repraled, there to that of the property in the hands afforded by our lam to the commission of and S. Carolina,' without having at the was tried upon. a charge ofae-

bare been, since the 5th of January, three of the Sheriff. fraud, sales made purchases Of land. By Some glect of duty found guilty and 1-
Aldermen more than the Act of 1824 al-: But it is declared that the bond shall We have now taken notice of all the extraordinary. arrangement, (we presume sentenced to be ,
; loYt'rdwbo were those three? I know have the effect judgment ; and if the material defects which we have discovered it roust have been.ordered at'Head Quarters suspended with 1 ,
not,but certainly their unlawful participa.I slaves be not produced on the day of sale, in this act. It is highly. important ) tbe specie paying banks of the a* out pay or emoluments, for, the i :
tions in the deliberations of the Board execution may issue on the bond against for the due administration of justice and bove States were not,.'nor are they noy. term of two',em.. ,
hue rendered illegal all those delihcra. the defendant and las securities Now, for the security purchasers of land in receivable in the purchases of land, and "Lieutenant Wu. Mi Hujrraa ;

tion. The ncw act it will be answered, this provision is repugnant to the sound this Territory'that the laws in regard.to consequently, gentlemen who.otherwise was also tried a charge or i
" vrat not to take effect before the 1st of and acknowledged principles of jurispru judgments and executions, should be would have become large land holders in upon
October 1825; then every one of the Aldermen dence. It is an evidence, among many plain, clear and explicit ; and moreover, }Florida unable procure exchanges or neglect of duty, for permitting e \
now sitting,are illegally in ofiice, othen exhibited in our statute book, that consistent with the sound principles of unwilling to do so at sacrifice, returned foreigner by the name of Madrid ;
for that Act says that the former IS repealed whenever our Legislative Council, under- law and equity. No judgment should home without having accomplished their to be received on board the Franklin i

and consequently there should took to introduce innovation upon the bind land, without, the jurisdiction of the object. And what added still more to the without informing his com
: hate been :n interregnum. ThtnkYtb plain rules and principles of the common Court in which the judgment is entered hardship, these' directions were not received manding' officer but I
this Legislative chaos the taxes that have law, they almost uniformly ran wild into and docketed;''t'tnor should judgments at I and promulgated at the Land Offiee : ** was acquit .

been laid and collected this year were absurdities. They appear to have lid no all be bind.ngupon any JIfib of the defendant ,'Until two of*tteee 'days before, the led. -Hat..lnl.. ..'.. ;... ;_.;:.. !
illegally laid and illegally collected; for fixed principles, in regard to the relative ,after tbe expiration of 6 months, sales took p3cdWe I ---O.: L, !I
they hare been laid and collected wider rights creditors and debtors. At one from the times of the dtckcting of the. regret circumstance,on account From,ACTS-York McrcantilelAdvcrttoer, I
that lav,"i"C' pretended rJeat.. time we find tile Council passing law* judgment ; unless execution be taken out of the loss sustained to tne Territory,of Speck ofW The.Jo.tof1 Pal. i
Hut the wont is that the Board toCome which enable debtors with the greatest and a levy actually made. Such a pro uaany'persona.so well qualified to become lactlUm' furnishes extracts from '
in- October, if an election takes facility, to defraud their creditors : at an vision a> this i is particularly necessary in I valuable citizens. It ha a little singular, Bue( :
r, place, will not be mort legal than the other time, and even in the same act,they this Territory, |rhere it ought to be the that the paper of the Banks of Louisiana, aWyiespaperstoMa24.Under : : !

Ii urcsent for it shall be elected in com- clenrive debtor of every just and equitable object and_ aim, of the government to Alabama. _, .,_ c._ were taken, ia preference: date- of the 20th, the follow iI
pliancc; with an act, which is itself ,"iol defence ; nay, even presumed debt- throw no obstacles in the way of persons .j to mat ol 3..Carolina and Georgia when iog letter U given : ', ':!

ion of a law incontestibly lawful, establishing ors are pursued with unexampled severity desirous purchasing land here, with a i in these former' States Carolina and Georgia u Monte Video, May IT, 1825.*'...- j
a legal contract that has been legally It ill a fundamental principle of the good title to itj These amendments, aswell paper is' from 1 to 2| per cent. above The Imperial brig ofwarhasjust
attended to if this and the civil law, that no execu- as others Our medium Ii
; or, new Act is common many we hope will be.. par. circulating among the "
lawful our present Board is not. as has tion can issue for the recovery of any made to this act at the next session of the citizens here consists nearly altogether arrived, bringing in, as her_ prize, ::
been ebo.m,thererort' ibis Board cannot debt or demand, until the judgment of a Legislative Council of the paper of these States. : the (Buenos Ayres) schooner .Li- \ j

: issue a writ or appoint managers to hold court of competent jurisdiction be award- We shall in our next number. enter up.n .A rumor has gone abroad, that all the bertad del Sud dismasted, which '
'I an election, or, if they do, the election, ed in favor of the plaintiff. It is not a o the examination of the attachment good land in the 20 Townships are taken she captured in the Bay of Santa j jRo
will not be It gal. But, if the law of August debt the payment of which the law will)I l aw. *- up.Ve measurably admit the fact so far a. All she had bad 1\
1822 is not repealed I maintain it enforce, until proved in a court of justice.In : Juridicus. as relates to large bodies-of land, but deny on board I
,is not,no election can take place before every case the debtor or presumed 1 it totally as respects the good land ,iu been landed, and no prisoner hu i
January next. Let a person refuse to pay debtor, must be permitted to make his -I.4:: at smaller parcels, or 'tracts consisting of been "ake i

I t t: his taxes and let the CUe be brought before defence, before his property or hi. personcan From the Fl-trida ituellig ncer. quarters or even half sections. Tnese Rio Janeiro, June 11 "Our advices h
a Judge well versed in the la." and it be touched. Tallahassee J9ugtii2Q.-Tbe present detached tracts afford more advantageous from the river La Plata '
will be seen whether the Act of 1824 is There must be a suit or an action bro't Editor, takes pleasure in making knownto settlements for planters of the middle leave little 'doubt that this q
not declared illegal and consequently the against him, to which: he must be allowed his friends and the patrons of the Flo. class than locations in more extensive bodies : country : Ji
Act of Incorporation the law of the land reasonable time to plead any matterbe rida Intelligencer, and to the Citizens of hammock land ; for this obvious and Buenos Ayres'will soon be in :\

: and the person compelled to :pay his tast may have in defence or discharge of generally, that the labors of the press' reason, that persons of this description, volved war,'on the question of (
t 4'P5. Our Board has been elected under it. By the provision underconsideration, and of this department, are again resumed as the qualities of farmer and planter are the possession Monte Video iy
ihis law, acted under authority and act. the sureties 011 the bond for the return of simultaneously with the establishment I. combined, will stand in need of pasture the government of Brazil. The .

ed regularly; ii we pan.from. ,we throw the slaves ire deprived of the most just ofa mail from this Capital to,some point and range for their stock immediately! Patria of Monte Video
ourselves inte'erl" ng difficulties the and legal defence which they might have i Georgia. and can be furnished with a sufficiency on are
r I' malevolent! tfiects of which will devour against any action on the bond against In commencing his duties tbe Editor_' the outskirts of their good land; and it arms, aad'are secretly supplied
*,s by prosecutions for illegality of pro them. They are allowed no plea whatever personally known to a great number cf, maybe added'moreover that these small with munitions of war and money

ceedings. Let us then stick to our contract however fraudulently their signatures the citizens of this Territory, and possessed tracts have probably been passed over by the individual citizens of Buenos .
: ; if an attempt is made to destroy may have been obtained-they are deprived of many! intimate and valuable by the planter of the first class. These threaten theinaston
Ayres. They
: mur right?,1f our privileges are trampled of the plea of jon et factum duress friends lands estimated aa second rate *in I
i among them, cannot but be justi our, 'I
uponby men eager to re-introduce ignorance ,release, payment, or any other matter tied in relying upon them for that kindness humble opinion, will be found by.experiment of Rio Grande and to set I
rapacity into our Council, with which, in justice and equity, wouU und support, without which, to ,to be more durable than your san the slaves free oh condition of !

lieu'to personal gratification and personal discharge them from their liability. in a similar'' undertaking, would pro.ceed be dy hammocks; being generally based their joining them.IQ .
dominion, let the friends of order close This is really so monstrous an kburdi- worse than madness. lie flatters himself upon clay or marie of a reddish or mulatto;
their ranks, they are certainly by far the ty that it is truly astonishing that it should however,that a Strict Attention and zealous color, similar the Mountain land of Vir ": :
most numerous in the have escaped the notice of the .
Beard, let them Legislative and sincere devotion to the duties of gi* s. ; .
,, then be energetic and we shall once more Council. his calling, a tolerable knowledge of the We would advise those' persons who 9 ,
escape disorganization.: JUDEX. The seventh section of the act relatesto character and spirit$ of the free institutions come in quest.of lands in this quarter, to
the sale of real estate under execution, of his country, and moreover an apply at the Land Office And examine for :"FO-rt, of ?enaaco\a,
: !.IR-\ communication signed VfMid and authorises the SherifF to sell a tract experience of some extent in the art of themselves, and we have no doubt, the) _
: /-YcrnVicn" which appeared in your last of land levied upon iu parcels to suit pur peopling a new country, will entitle him will be satisfied with the result. It i*true ENTERED.Sept. .

paper, charging the Governor and the: chasers. Thib provision has a very plausible to hope at least that his columns will be i that generally the l.t'and 2d rate lands, 9th.-'Schr.: Lady of the Lake
', ether officers of Florida, with having left: appearance ; but we think, on examination read with whether in small
/ some degree interest, if not large or bodies are taken Adam, New Orleans, Cargo 83.bbb.. .
the seat of Gorernment. : it will be found to be attended
from there and remaining with much with pleasure or profit. : up, on every side within 3 or 4 miles: flour,'6 boxes bacon,25 bags shelled corn,
inconvenience .
requires some an unnecessary notice. of time will be recollected, that and by the difficulty.It fourtu this He deems. superfluous to state, tbat of this Capital ; bnt fanner. or planter, 2 bbls. dry peaches, 20,bbu whiskey to
paper will be conducted the who knows his true interests would ne order. '
upon 4
The Governor as Superintendant of Indian section ot this act, judgments, no matter liberal and enlightened principles, set ver wish to locate himself in the vicinity ARRIVED. i
affairs had his when and where attained
accounts to settle throughoutthis forth in the proposal strict of a Urge town, on account of the
a adherence temptation
vitb ;
the General Government,and imme Territory, are declared to be binding to the letter of thein is to bis commit Sept, Sd.-3chr. Angelina, _Boss St. .
negroes depredations
diately upon the ri.ingorthe Council, he' upon the land and tenements of the defendants. with this proaU.ed bit Marks.. :
; additional
own with
avowal however, upun impunity
went to .
Washington for CLEARED.
: that, purpose ; it : fur it is in vain, neither Would he ..wib'to and to purchase liquor without fear of
*as nt until March that he They are a general lien the Sth.-.Schr..
arrived in'.JtenucJc.and i upon pro. conceal sentiments on this detection. Sept. San Antonio, Roieh
he baa been ever since perty. How then, IIlaU the general lien that there will be 4 subject ; New.Orleans.. ,. .
making active preparations to remove his I be discharged, by the sale ot any parcel not to the will subserviency on hia '- Master.6th. JI
family and fix his permanent residence I land in part satisfaction under a partial part or" dictates of any The Weekly Louisiana Gazette has given ..-.Schr. Antreltna. Roaa..-New Of
i I
-Y'..11.....__ "'L_ or oartv. bur to'the 0rnri. _>n.i... -- -- .--- .
-II.II -- I lie arrangement' necessa. lar execution on a particular judgment ? I paramount interests of- the-- ---- iu a ions ana agreeaoie article on the leans. cwg. 11, bales Cotton by if. ,
.Ty for the removal of a large family about Suppose three or four; or more different i Territory. people of this 1 1i prospect. of Florida, over the signature CNpp r.
fcfteen hundred miles, are not made in a judgments be given, in different courts, his I II of Americus." However pleased we ,
moment,but so far from being until "the and at different terms of those courts against I, his In intercourse with the people of maybe to have ourselves praised, lam'. Canttnatent. Brotke,Fbnda,> ,
SIT T1JIS ,f tic next* Council, (to use the the same defendant. His land is he Territory in the new capacity of Edi- however constrained to correct a statement 'September lit, 1635. 3 I
language of the .Midde FkridUaF) it is all equally bound by these judgmeutlltac-I, tor hose, will be bound to the observance of: contained in the eulogy respecting 1 I WILL receive proposals till the 20th \
confidently believed upon information cording to this act, however long they which cannot be violated with I the amount ufpopulation in this Territory. II December coming, to furnish the
derived from the Governor himself that may have been standing. An execution : impunity. These ire the canons of civil. The: population in the whole ten counties troop*'of the United States' Army, that '
tlO r WP! be at the seat Government be. i may issue on only one of the judgments; : 1 tier ity; an infringement of which would ren- ot Florida," does not exceed,if it amounts are or may be stationed At Cantonment .:

they meet,Md ***** to Cooperate say one cf the latest, fur five hundred dol alike stricture approval or animadversion, to one half of the number spoken Brooke,with fresh beef from theist day
with them upon any business for the wel- lars ; tbe Sheriff levies on a tract ot land i useless:and insignificant, and derogate of in hia Account, And I can furthei assure January 1826, to include the 31st day ,;
tire of our growing T lTitol'1. 1"be-r.b. ofa thousand &crcs, sets it up for sale, I of not only from the'tone and character him, tliat however we might'wish to be A I of December,1826.

.I Itnee.r tlae Governor therefore,has been and two or three individuals each purchase ,i dividual the paper, but detract from his own in little more independently situated respects ] The.beef will be required to be delivered .

produced by attending tu K. official buWashington a hundred acres And pay their money : reputationj: a gentleman. the government entirely of 'our I to tbe troops two days in each ;I
A strict
DCII&t and making prepaecl for it. regard to the point and even own choice ; I am doubtful If this great: week(the days to designated"in such .

titiona to eft Permanent' residence at What sort of A title can they get lOne remote bearing of, any communication desideratum, for which4' exertions arc to quantity as shall_be requisite for, their ra. ;
1'allahlaM'. not worth'astraw, ; because the Lien of the having a tendency,either directly or indirectly be made in Congress next session" will ttansoneachday. ..w .
Col. Walton the Secretary of the- Ter- other judgments sic not discharged by ,to injure tile 'private reputation or take pUce in five years And I deem it 'necessarr .to apprise
Jrtery, who, in the absence of the Go,.,r. this act in consequence of their purchase hurt the feelings ofan, individual in private I differ with him materially on the practicability thos who may choose to offer to contract
discharges the duties of that office, .and the payment uftheir money. Again, life, or to swerve from that ,of shortening the mail route from forthe supply. that the beef will be required ;
liter being here A few days, had fixed his it is declared_ that'll such sale by parcels duty, dictated ,by a| keen sensibility for New York to New Orleans,'via the" river to be of the best which the market :
Departure for YVllahassee, when be was I thf purchasers shall become tenants in truth and justice { in short, a firm determination Amaxura in truth, upon A recurrenee.to I can ifibrd,'\"and particular attentica ouMft: :
"ken rick, and for come time wasconsi- common with the'defendant, and may i naught to extenuate, naught this whole paragraph, i AOI utterly At A be had td the butchering thereof A rigid !
left dcrcd in a dangerous situation ;,his fever proceed to partition-.-thai is, before they to he set trusts down in in malice," will 'constitute, loss to discover true meaning; he c f. inspectioa of,it will Always be mad .. I
) him in A very debilitated state of can enjoy each their hundred acres, they ture in future, distinguishing (ca. tainiy must possess as little knowledge'of :: Persons eg&ag to contitct,will mike
ttlth, and it required great care to re must go to A great expense and incur Editorial department .of the the Topography Florida AS.ourfnend their. bropooak War.- diiBd dl
I10te him. U loon ioirever,.u it was muchdelayinpetitioning. Vie Court, to Inte1 gcl1cer. .. of the East 'Vlorid, *' ii i1d. 'who U for t&" ""at''ttk pHipsu .stating tb6 '
Pzs2btfoi! lila to travel and ill fact, I have Commissioners appointed to divide -; wo ) blowing up.tne Governor and the 'State: rat'p wi&ouad,in t sinjte bid,for:which ,
5ner than his Men d thought it prUdent the laud. We really think that this pro LOOK72HTh'' of Georgia, interfering with our *'d> they furnish, and they shall be in ; \
for bun to do be Jcfl vision: will be found mestic concerns .titnout formed of the Acceptance of their'
10, this place,'sod ate to be altogether vain Ye Planters of ; suspecting proposals
th Georgia '
tj the publication of the:,"# iu And illusory.The that a canal from the St.. Marys might be either;by letter from me or on pesonal ?- 1
7"idc1" made its..appearance, be wu twelfth section This clay passed thl'O\Jgb 'Tallahassee I cut to'the Suvanee, (which the good people application' to .roe,''at CAQtonme&t. I'
o the tilwsy' to 7lIjj e This hs been execution Khali;issue until provides ten that, no on its way. to St.,Marks, to be shipped to .ftf Georgia,, 1 opine,!hs** a*ttttehrigutto Brooke, on the day abavein ation d. ;
'. biiiieta" .hieh CoL Walton days after New-York bales of Ma Island Cotton, I navigate,lathe people rftffffifc) Johfl' Lt.
the adjournment of the Page .
Iabeen 'court.-1bia U ,
from ,
the plantation of Judge Rob Dlo. : without t,be lisu'ts of T '
attending to in this place. Another innovation coming to' 'upon the rules 4n.c.in.Sn5wence.
The DiatrictAttonaeJ And on: Little river. This is the third time This last route :"ofo r' .
whoaUocoineainBlended ; the rtgerin
for principles of common law And NQ PfopostU will bflTrecYived"
a j we; that our infant
&I'e olcenaure,' the last Capital,bubeenimduge4with crarffrs" would certainly possess' A .Ji .
think A
r br
crt bald very pernicious one. It is as tlus'sgreeable U.f the. daii. \
in tllat liltTict&faitbfMlly much AS to say to A debtor tight textureufthiacottonlsaz6iieandthC 'greater, =tbc&dvantap. alluded oua 1aJ.," :
whom .
'red hit against ,_.,. II ; .. ,
duty\0 thc mmtut staple as 1 .
y there has been 1oJ' 'Is l'
; judgment given :-now take < .
long the .
as brands of
: DO bUliDell fancy South Carolina .H I > ,
:..v the from. wanung, we give you plenty of time to ',or Georgia. W '" .L =:.00. JJ -. :
1 SItuatioti It did *leeeBt Clement make off with yourself and yotu 'property I longer that these lamb&Ilaziymndoubtany will produce this Ft**tie Georgia J&sraaL' : NPTE:1; : .\:, I

lar hu to' 110t ICEZ n N37t i you have not only All::the rest of this invaluable, staplo?, The land eWe''uattersund" the Governor "oha-.i1.- "" '.it .Mi"s ,
continue there during the terra of the.court (perhaps three or four above' upon 1'hieIJ'tlie ,. T Jl frinMitz.tedsn4 .. '. '
rer .cotton. grew,', i* t.what 1ft Jt_ detemiaed to ifceaknrejrof & .
the'SftL'S'Ste say that-IO be.tr weeks)batten days after its adjournment i termed first fate. ..THM'te thousands postpone. ,Olirep: "orAthzcheeat JiiU..a 'c 1
and ra4), to rt he wilT. be to sell tad: ,convey awy all your person- ot acres of tb>' slitJriaihiivtecUon ;ofcoubtrjr L the 1&4 utKH' fter ttrcmeeting .._'w. .
; Inay come before attend,to aftl b.w'l I Aproptrtnd cheat tour creditors, ,iftfoupisM r 'tob s4f&l i 25 'cents' of'Co irt s.. ,In 'dol I .OIi"er".hicbttf M

avreIyWim 0 IriI at i 7'&Uahrrree".1t I *, Uy the common law, And thc acre.. Query, wovaIdIt4Iotba more Advisable per this Bone of tbe rights of Gt f .: .jnMcreajle toth 8upcrior. j .

Ft&cr of rcI 1cfcccy state in the Union,where A I., to leave offstjuibbEiff- I' with the in. I., uvC, been cither 'ahwdonit ort Neyeiitbr,) ,.. .' 1w.1..1125.:,- ,_ J" :

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her Ptcst 1tQ adsw1lbcTh" :B&fed this Office unt\l\ thefir&tay;otOctober .."" e; v .
.... but this' did m>t .ibake' on i ic niiiuwiuK at, rao i.d \: ;
the Jfrticnal IntetSftneer.WJXUJNCTOI .\ I resolution. She called 'fcnd ceivedit'tbeGeflTlI Port OffiCe in the neiV for. the'_delivery of4 Provi.dons .. Y3t. & ,bit- !
e .
'" ?,July,5th, 1825.c exhibiting alt pre-the City of'Washington M!'Saturday(the for the use of the'Troops .of ,the ,United -, c By' qrdertherj,; ; JI- .
the case
Gentlemen-Enclosed are'a few : calculated,. to I 15th day, of 0ctoberriext,inclusiveJH / ; .State, to be delivered in bulki. upon .Ne.Pii at (tier:, ,
towards documents promote 'FLORIDA.. inspection as follows: ,
lines intended as an her object. They produced no 123. From' Pensacola vby; ,the county b4tJeI3ci.c.Fa. 2ensco1aJune,1Qtb,182s.4 ,

making a National Song. It was impr lsi u. She then"reasoned seats ofGadsden- Jsckton, Dd' Wa1to, 600 barrels of pork J .!... _

t composed and sung some .;imer with him, but without effect. At: to Tallahassee Jonce a w>ek. 1250 do fresh fine flour NOT\'E.. .
since at a celebration ofthe National Leave Tallahassee every; Monday at 6 800 gallons of good proof whiskey .. 'c. A ," .",
length,she,asked,him the question, Pensacola on Friday sound beans To intruding .el l ",
t festival this city but having a. ti'. and arrive at 550 oushels.fgopd r".7fd .O'htr
I Have Bible .Sir .V Yes. a r who ,
you a bylOa.ru. 8800 pounds"of'gootf 11, ( soap tommit waste 9nmHOSE 'lit ,
I lost the origins .copy, I.was never i' What would induce you to ,part -Leave Pens c01a every Friday It 2 p. S4000 :do' ofg ood hard tallow .. 'Iti"di. /,:l1lit

( ; afterwards able to iurniah, a correct with, it ?v: I would not part.:with m.and arrive at Tallahassee on Tuesday candles! with'cotton:wick, lawless ,
: .copy for the press till now.- Sir by6p.m. iSo bushels of good clean Kilt, penb MA wl : '
consideration. ,
And though it is not such a songs it on any" thousands in 184. From ''Tallahassee by Sewaney 2250, rgallbns of,good cider vineptOne States, intruding on lands oflh 6n tJ .
s&idshe, there are St. once in oh the first of June andofcomraittiflgwaste.onb hJic "
'the occasion would Ferry and Dill's to Augustine, fourth day ;.
plan,.or this land who are destitute.of that weeks 237 miles. 1826. timber arc bereb/noufiedthitaeaiito
two ,
t demand, yet I n jtcth 'harshness' which'you'profess,to prize so highlyia Leave Tallahassee every other ,Wednesday On fourth on the; firstday of October have been taken( :&rigtd el orceln nt nr

of the notes will at I leait ,,ake up : trifling portion of your property at %.to;and arrive at St.. Augustine 1826, I the laws of the United 6'tates in AieK cut*
/ made and
some drowsj: .mastecjof the rousi- "would".supply a fellow creature on the neat Monday by 6 p.m. .. One fourth on the first, day of De-" i dercd to,desist provided from, such they'offenc are bci by dt.

cal artto'prcjdudc _one_ ., worthy .u of with the book which you Leave L! _St.. _Augustine__.1 ._._...every A .at... T..n other.. _ ---
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ai 0 m. auu IBVthe uie rciuiuiiucr on me \
inc event IU.JOr '
the characters ana Intended cay '
the -
consi to .utmostrigor6fthe law
would,not ."ith"oD'any
part 6
$ next Sunday by p m. March, 1827. ,
to fye sung. deration." This app produced 4NOTES. It understood that the pork 'to be Given under my hand,,at l11.dty\r '

The air. which, the song is the desired effect. The gentleman 1. The Postmaster General may expedite contracted for'i t cpnsist of an entire Washington 24th day Mirchl .

set will be f und very simple and however, concealed his feelings i. the mails, and alter the times for hog to'the barrel, except feet, legs, ears. Geo. Graham, b,

easily sung;, and, I hope, is pretty and simply asked with an arrival and departure, at any time, duringthe and snoutwhich are inadmissible. Commitsimer of,the General Land Oice' '
well suited to the words. It issometime. continuance of the cpntract, he paying Should the,hog be of less weight than 8-tlJ. -

.- caI1ed'' Fie, let us a* air indifference, What do you an adequate compensation for any'extra 200 pounds, the deficiency is to be made

'I I the think ought to give." Suppos- expense that may be occasioned there- up of good fat side pieces. No more W. HASELL.AOl lIN r" ,

to the bridal, tc. or am ing that he' was balancing betweena by. And he reserves theright to abridgeany than one head allowed to a barrel of draw deeds, bills of sale
boy forbewtching&c. By giving small sum and an absolute refusal contract made under this advertisement pork. The contractor may, ajt hi* op. WILL of attorney, bonds &c. in the;;

it a,place, in fair legibfe type, she replied We receive ?ny when he thinks it proper, and to deduct tion, exclude the hams, and make up the ,most approved. and attend to '
(such as Revolutionary officers He from the compensation at the ratio deficiency with good,side pieces. o\b \\-ritingwhicb may be comraitlcdtfi any
articles sum, Sir, however small. paid undertheeontract; for lessening the The candles! to be made of good hard him 'with nd'
read other promptness and
can ) your accuracy
-; among then'went to his bureau, took a duties of the contractor. tallow. with cotton wick. 'I on reasonable I terms ; his situation

of Naiional Intelligence, you bag of guineas, and began ucry deliberately 2. Ten minutes shall be allowed, for opening The pork, beans, flour, whiskey, salt, the'clerk's office renders an applicatJoa m

will much oblige' your old friend, to count,them upon the. and closing the mail, at aU'offices and vinegar, must be delivered in strong"and to him convenient: for those who may be

LYCURGUS THE YOUNGER. table, two three four, and where no particular time is specified. secure barrels, and the soap and,candles about to execute any ,instrument of writ.
-one, ,
flie "Roll of theBrave." 3. For every thirty minutes' delay, in strong and secure boxes ofa convenient ing which is to'be recorded.
so on. After he had proceededsome (unavoidable accidents excepted,) in arriving size for transportation. .
Tuns-" Fic'let vs a' to the Bridal," fcfc, time in this the lady, in and flourin
., way, after the prescribed any The pork, whiskey, vinegar,
; Come let us rejoice on this day, sirs, presuming that he had forgottenthe contract, the contractor shall forfeit five seasoned heart of white-oak barrels, Pensacola Book Stores'

Sodear to American freemen ; subject on which she} came, dollars ; and if the delay continue until the pork in barrel!*full hooped. -,
And: roige the bold yeomen who fearMNeither the departure of any depending mail, The provisions are to be inspected at ;
and in his other business recei TpTr Brig. St. Ctil" 'di
Britain, licr soldiers, nor sea. was engaged U forfeiture of double :
whereby a trip lost, a the time, of the delivery, and the contractor JUST
men: ventured to interrupt him the amount! allowed ,for carrying the to, be liable for the expense of inspecting .from New-Yorkt' and for sale'aj

Who liberty gave to the land then, with the remark, thaf her time mail one trip, shall be incurred,. unless it and all other expenses, uutil .above,an additional assortment of Boob,
Which are the
Which now we enjoy without fear, was precious, and that if he did shall be made to appear that the delaywas they are safely delivered .at such .storehouses among : following

And call o'er the Roll of the Brave" intend she to occasioned;by unavoidable accident ; as may be designated by the United NE\y WORKS. ,
: not to, give, begged '
On the fourth of July every year. in which case the amount of pay fora trip States'Agent. The prcvilege is reserved Roth clan, a Romance of the English His-
be informed, that she might will be forfeffe'd. to, the United,States of increasing tones, i'

CHUB1iS- elsewhere. Have patience for a 4. 'Persons making! proposals are required or diminishing the quantities to be delivered Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823

few minutes," he replied, and pro- to state]their prices by.the year. one third ou giving 60 day previous and 1824,with"Documents on the Greek

Let Liberty still be our motto, ceeded, till he had counted 73 Those A'ho contract will receive their notice. Revolution, and the life of MusUplu

And high may\\ier banner still wave, There Madam," said pay quarterly-in the months of May, No advances will be made in any case Alt, '[I '4uchanm's >

Whilst we joyfully sing of her triumphs, guineas. August, November and February, one whatever, but pa"ment'wiU be made only I Sketches of the NortlrAmi '

And add to the "Roll of the Brave." lie, u there is one guinea for every month after the;,expiration of each quar- on evidence being produced at this of. rican Indians] with a plan for their melioration .

year that I: have lived ; take that ter. fice of the inspection and delivery. <* :- '

', ir. for the Bible Society."-A*. Y. Ob. 5. No other than a free white person It is expressly understood, that at all Theodoric, a Tale, and other Poems by'

'- shall be employed: to carry the mail. the epoislondstations, the'salt is to be I Thomas Campbell, r
There were Sam and John Adams, of TAKtiJV UPCommitted 6. Where the proposer intends convey ] received b'y measurement of 32 quails to The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts'for

Boston, the mail in the body ot a stage car- the bushel. Plain Cookery, &c.w&c. &.c- "

Who wrote about laws and taxation- \nl\ to J\\i\, riage, he is desired to state it in his proposals When a bid is accepted, and notice Biography of the British'Stage;beirethe

And a step-mother call'd mother vexation Britain, In the City of Pensacola : ; and the stage must be of sufficient thereof given to the person making the Lives of-the principal 'Actors,'ana. :'Ac-. ..
Who every thing did for : size, unless otherwise expressed: to bid, refusal or neglect on his part to give tresses, ..;

for the lads, had some strange yankee notions On the 19th Instant, I conveniently convey seven passengers. good und sufficient security.within a reasonable | The History of Matthew aid,' by the

AB "l\\INA'VA 7 Every proposer may offer in his bid, time,,to be specified by this department author Valerius &c.. '
'1 'Bout taxes with representation, to make improvements i in tile transportation ;it will then be at the option of Hal: lam's 'Vicwucf LUl'Opeduring.. the;

And vowM-they would never submit to 2 Fellows viz. of the mail from the terms invited, this department consider the contract Mid'3kAges, ;
Britain her Negro t .
Proud nor usurpation.
either as to the ,mode of transporting it, forfeited,'or not. -' :)l The Spanish Daughter, l'
Chorus_ "Let" Liberty still be our ,e l1DmmCD( the speed required, or the frequency of It is required, that persons making' The Human Heart, ;

motto, &c. 9 the trips per week-which shall receive proposals, who are unknownito this department The Highlanders,a Tale;, .'t ". :.

N. five feet six and an I half inches I due consideration.The ; should accompany their: bids .Scenes in.Kurope, Scenes injAtMnttj4 ;

III. \high, has lost several of'his up- 'uimberofthe post route shall.be by letters recommendatory',from gentlemen -, ;rhe Blank'Book ofa small Colleger,.,f

) per teeth, a round scar on his stated in every bid and,the proposal must of respectability, orwiioare known Lh'ing'byS', 5th,'6th, 7th; 8tti,. 9th
Hill there
At Bunker's was our Warren, right leg,and a long scar on his be, scaled! and directed to the General to the,government. t$ "'J. and ilOtu"Volumes > *rVifOGtiTHtrR'WlTff :* '/!.'

; Of courage so cool without rage, -, \right foot,'next to his little toe ; Post Office ,and endorsed "Proposal"btrict It is desirable that all proposals made; '! -tn.'rt t.

Before Had twice he fell down fighting the for hill freedom beaten, he: first he says was occasioned by& burn, attention must be, given to the be sealed a, aeperatc:;envelope, and Paley's''Wbrfci c6raplete'/Jn:5: : v$ ,*'lt'
Gage. and the latter by a cut of a broad-axe. endorsement, as it' is not intended, to marked;'."Proposals for furnishing Army l t ,1 J' **"
With gallant Gates,too, at Stillwatcr, Romns A 1 lfUist ,r : \t t!( ,:
break the seal of, any proposal until the b as te8U nee.'.? I.* iPersons : : pv.4'S. .". F l'
p The braggart Burgoine soon defeated, tkI. m'l AW9 time for receiving bids'shall ,have expi :making: bids will make twosets P1utarch3Ltve,8 yo. 's"; .
And his army of three or four thousand, Joscphus'sWorks,6.voK :
;. Whom he afterwards fed and well trea.t.ed. LJTL five feet eight inches high, has red. S proposals:, one predicated on being Hamilton. Pafgatiyes: :;* '. '

f' a scar ou Ins left arm, which he 8. The Postmaster Generaf's'esen'cs to paid Western: funds, and the otheron Armstrong oh Typhus,Fever,\V* ;, ,
CAeru Let Liberty still bfc our mot. says was occasioned by the in. himself the | declaring any contractat receiving payment in drafts on the I Miner'and'Tullv.*on Tc\crs, *'."f

to," &c. noculation for the kine pox no an end, whenever: one failure happens, department Washington or some Atlantic Orfila's'Pf:1ct' :Chcmitry, by.Coxe. ",
other identifying marks. which amounts to the loss of a trip. City. Powelon Contracts'i..
IV. CICERO says that he is forty-one yearsold 9.The distances stated are'such as have GEO. GIBSON. }Morsc'-s r'Gazetteer; '

; 0 .; and that he was sold by the Sheriffof been communicated to this, office, and Commissary General*oi'Subsistence.SHERIFF'S Walker's Dictio 1arv, Octavo andrcckctj

There. was Green in the South, you must Sumpterville District, South Carolina, some of them m )"be incorrect : On this 'SALE. Milton's Works,.X: ols. gilt, "". '
t1lust"nform him-
know 'm, as the property of Kicharcl llidgcll, to subject the contractor Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol.'gjlt

. Whom some call'd a hickory quaker, Captain Joseph Kichbaugh, who sold him self-the Department' mistake.will not be answerable Superior Court IVeat :Florida. Beauties Shakespeare, do.%' .

But he ne'er turn'd his back on the foeman to a Mr. Richardson. for any' Sarah"Boor?, AdrotJX's. ') Campbell's Poems, do. : '
BYNAM says that he is fortythreeyears 10. No bid shall be withdrawn after the .fie fa.
t \ Hervey's Meditations_ Nor ever was known for a shaker !. old, and that he belonged to Chat! time for receiving bids shall have expired, Nathan Sh ck1eford.JBY Pilgrims' Progress do, "." .

With Howard and Morgan at Cow-Pens, Bronson, Sumpterville Diblnct S. C' and and should any pel-son refuse to take the virtue of this execution shall proceed Pope's Works, 2 vo 1 s., do.,". ,-_\',
was sold I ythe Sheriff Mr. Smith. contract at his bid, he shall be held responsible fLights *
Taileton a Public Auction for
Who quickly gave enough to sell at & Shadows of Scottish LlfcdjJ.; .
' And was fain by the spaced of his racer, They both state that they were run oil'fron' to the Department: for the difference cash, on Tuesday the first (14,of November .4LSO, '
between'his bid and that at which '
To keep safe delicate buff. South Carolina by white men, who next, at 12 o'clock, at the Court The Sorrows of Standard
.Wertcr Vocal ,
made. decisions ,
the shall be No
sold them in Alabama
anu to
c.bonLet still be L'ersacoIa the real
Liberty our : House in following
Life Fmnklin and
known before Virginia,
bids made the
shall be
them hundred dollars each on
t motto &c. to s ay nothing .
now' occupied by'7m. ,
about it but 17th of October, The assignment of estate; McVoy \V lha'ell, GuUiv r'i Travels, &c.&:.
were obliged to take any viz All the remainder of the unsold land ,
I contract without':the consent of the Postmaster WHICU', i
them back and refund the rcceiv -
.. V. mouey in the of eight iiundre&arpents, adjoining t
2. ed for them ; they then left them .with General, shall forfeit it-and in tract together with the stock ,h heretofore on
.j this on the ast'and .
Clinton another white man, who brought them to all cases where :Application to make a to City hand, composes avery.: extensive and; general
We bad Montgomery and Mercer Pensacola toFrancis-
on Bay, granted books aiul- will"be
Pen cota. transfer is madethe; terms must be fully assortment :.of "
l co Moreno, and conveyed by acts of'sale sold the New-York jcashCountry
stated. at prices: ibr <
,With Stark,Knox,amA Anthony ayne I1. S. Chapman with
.. to this defendant together all the
'hctr liv* -in*U.,r ln.ndo...W.v. .g--' 1 l.The contracts are,to be in operation ; of : Merchants:! .and, public! or private
To conquer-or die, like poor Hayne: F. Commyiis, on the first day January. next, and continue Improvements,consisting 'Libranes'ftiraisheoT' 'on* Uie most:liberal

wefd the gallant Paul Jones City Constables.Pensacola one year. '' '. terms, and such books as are ordered and
At sea too, THRRE DWELLING' .. .
Whom torescall'd; rascal and pirate, ,July 22d. 183521tf.: Jo n M'Lean I nm. !: J-" are not on,hand,\vill be'procured.with as
.. little Orders from adistanc
; For beating wherever he found foes, clelay! : possible.
I.auoLIa.Pursuant Postmaster
And taking each-ship*he could fire at. General. will be promptly :!attend. to
Chonu-"Let Liberty still be our to an order of the Honorable General Post.0ffic4 out Houses, &.c. !te. and meet with ,the 'same ,liberality! as,aLL
Wtuldngton City,July 14, 1825. And also one other tract of land : '
r motto," &c. County Court of Jackson containing personal: application. : v
),P ', eight hundred arpents Durand'tt' i W. 'HaselliHant.

VI. WILL BE SOLD, NOTICE2S Bluff Escambia County granted to Antoine -'; '

$ To thengliest Bidder hereby given, That at the next term Collins, and by hinVconveyed' to this.' :I :April 12th, 1825.. ,- -, .

.; p At Yorktown-so fam'd in Virginia, of the lion. the County urt, 1 will defendant. '
first Wednesdajr after the third Also other tractsoFJand 1 'NOT1CE ,
Cornwallis his forces assembled ; O.the present the accounts and vouchers, and two. ; adjoining1the "

., The cOuntry he every where pillag.d."I'm. of Chi in October neat, at thetown make a final settlement of the estate oi last mentioned granted to Lewis'Gag- 1', persons indebted to George,C.
pol the Seat
a indo
Justice for and Nicholas : them
n Lopez by ,
desert it Giles
a nearly Newton Pensacola deceas- make
A Tod are requested to payment
said .
County, a part of the, lots of said conveyed,.to' this defendant, containing
"Washington wise enFf
our Commander, Town ed. ?to the subscriber who is his

: When join niost'd by Lafayette the brave, Term of.Sale-Ten per cent in ad. John de la JRua, ,. Seized-huhdred'arpents at'thc suit aforesaid each.: to pay the legal attorney, autliorised, .to give djs.r
This gallantly
\ army America captur'dVbich vaucc, the balance in six and twelve +.fdu niltrat.r. : sum of sevcn thousand three hundred and, charge. \ -. I
\ peace to gave. months. Fefc.24th 1825 51 tf. dollars 82 '\vith i T. Twitchell.PensacoJa .
Chtrui" Let Liberty still be I -. thirty-nine cents, interest
Titles will be made on the and cost and will be sold to 29 27 3t.
J motto," &c. the last payment. receipt of STATIONARY.Y1UST same. ,* satisfy the'j ,..Aug.. -. '"

VII. The. town. .of, Chipola_ is situated on the received and for sale at the Pen- W \Davison, 'I'ISherijf.E,8. C10CJ'k&Waten-Makey:
.t western banK ot the
river of the tame 'j sacola Book Store small additionto '
name, at the Clew of navigation, and ad.joining the assortment of before .County.Sheriff's .' .! 'ijE- 'SUBSCRIBER, .,, IflAS
4 We had Jefferson,Franklin, and Laurens: Stationary on '
rich Office
to and fertile lands; on a hand, consisting of Pensacola, v 're-commenced business at his old
With Henry and witty Tom Paine, handsome eminence 2d-1825. 17 lamts. T
July he.
commanding a view Letter Paper,'plain and gilt edged, dn' Palafox:streetwhere
which 'em
And slut, to toast so long is,
of the round it
4 A hogshead of claret'twould drain. country and the prospectbf Blank Books, assorted sizes, N 'W apotn 9-r Stoit will"attend strictly to all I business inntf ,
: health and is ,
good water not surpassed ; line. for the. fqnnerpKtrofoage
'rbenhhl to the brim glass how Paste Board,Drawing paper, : is'gratefil'
every by any' section of the Territory.) Extra fine lied Sealing Wax DOCTOR ,THOMAS B. BELL, of:the Public,*andbegs co tinuance '

p ; Bad Herefa kick to LibcrtyLearmngand the-despots of Europe Science,\' ;. Thos.: .U..JIull, Japan Sand'Kidder's Boxes,,; RESPECTIVELY informs the,.'Citi. offaorsas he 13 detnc4thP'pain !

.k The )ea.na Holy;Alliance.**' | Dep./.Clk. C. C. Durfcle Ink, nd apd'the: inhabitants shall be spared in,future 4to,p|? e':

Pt ,Cherut"Let Liberty still be our Jackson Comity. Camel's H# Pencils.! of the,neighboring ,country"tbatl he those. who may favor him with' their:CUSStorn. ol

-', : motto," !tee. The Editors of the"Florid Intelligencerwill ALSO is'now. opening an assortment, of fresh lIe 'haS.on hand an assortment' '

'I' : _' .*.I-! give the above an insertion once a A few dozen Webster Spelling Books. IVcugs & Medicin 'Jewelry. : 1' 40--, .

month untill the day of sale, and forward Pensacola. 26th July, 1825. s, .JohnWhifr.. p
.' e
ANECDOTE.The their ,account to 'the, Clerk's Office'in three doors above Messrs Firilay:.&'Bush- Penacola,A..ug..26tbl825-26-tf. .

'followingjan cdote was rclajcd Jackson County,'Florid*. NO1.C ton's Store, on the corner of Pakfox, -

at the late ,meeting' drthc *-* 21,-lamts.NOTICE. ALL, persons! having any: demands Street arid the Bay. .' STATIONARY., ',
; New "' the Estate of FRANCISCO Doctor Bell!' also,respectfully:tenders sale5aco1a'Bo at thef ,
Yoik Bible > : : .JriUS1" iiedAnd'for .
. Society, br the ., TOUAHD,. deceased, 'are hereby called his professional services to the citizens of rec Store small a *>r$ ,
Rev, Mr. Choule,'an EnglishAi4r Jeter;: C. flIJ k.; .; ,a.
Joseph Keyser.surTN this ensacolat and
case upon to present.them:without delay, and hopes, by))1is.asaiduityandltenti .J
r gJJDa < :. ". ,I yiving.partner of' the | Jbuit has been aU persons'indebted'.to said Estate, arc to merit a liberal share ,of their ment r

in.Briktol Deeply im.preited late torn of John &Jos.. ,(instituted and a requested to make1 Immediate_ payment to patronage.-- ." ,Quills;, superior-, aUtLetter' ,,- ,,""'

. withthe. importance, :of the .C.. Kcyser;"3. &Dent 1wTof issu attach-d'- ,I PI QJJINA, 1:1 Pensacola,Sept,18_ 5.727 4t. '_ :Paper, ;Wafers, : '

, Bible Society detetin4orjke ,. ,Execia4r. Mail Ink Powder; black &'r4 ,
; ThoinasShieldX J..pinst the gOO d' Arrangement*. : .: _
: D 'appUcatiQ 1.tL1ti1beJisl r and:chattels,;rights and credits of the said Pensacola< -IIt.-, t.182S.,27.8t. -. 5.' 'PYM. and, **
Thursday ,
; ..., TEilJEf on: 3 ; : > .,, 8 11ng"Wax.a : ,
toii! ,AF1Y .enqewofkr acy ., 'O10 The said, wnt 1I'returnable,to i 1 4IJI, Clows. on Fudatfat 10.'A M. I .i. .. '
PR 11INB' .- \ 'Office rJ. ,
the ape. ;
1Ika, \Count1.Cowt. Of Escambia Cfountv.'", f Rb4eMitc11 : -I'"i-
qqituce possesselgreatI .
.. 'U1fl
OctobcrTcrm, 1825. Executed witB:iieatriesB and dis-; I WHasell
I taltb but ncTcr cbntgbuW to Aur.26th : ", I s* 'Post.Master. :
; i .* T"78T 1* .t.' 1825-2G-:6t; pattlattth1s" _I Office_ &.:. Pcniacola, ..113Otb, 1823 3t, t May 14th 1825.


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