Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086631/00073
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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: October 8, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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-'OLZ HDTTOR Aura Pnorntr/rou, by writing spe aking, or otherwise meanor in the same indictment and the the per: 1i so offending shall iufTer the Sec. 32 .B*it further enacted, Thttifa%
l'ubliMT of the Law of the United State to excite an insurrection or revolt of jury by whom,, the said. person shall be
and cf the Territory of Florida. slaves, hr, she, or'they, offending,shallon tried,may find said person 8'11iltyofetther the trae discretion]'as is ;inflicted make, forge, or counterfeit, or be con-
SuBscniFTioK-Year 5, conviction thereof suffer death, and charge. and given for the theft of such animal. !1 t corned in false fraudulent making 'far

Half year 3, every accessary' threats [thereof] shall pay Sec. 18. Be further enacted, That' dec: ,w. ,Be it further enacted, That if:jfi s|: ng.nd counterfeiting> of any,_ gold sil,
Quarter year 2, a fine not exceeding: one thousand dollars mayhem shafl I be deemed lo consist in Unlawfully any person shall be', ctJnvicted of stealing:* vet, or copper coin, .which now is or.shall
,Ingle paper twelve and an half cents. be imprisoned a term not exceed- l de riving a human being of a any paferpr pap ",.deeds:or other wn-I the t[ parsing, or in circulation within, this
.subscriptions payable in advance. ing one year,'and whipped not exceeding member of h s body, or disfiguring! .or rendering tingi, relating to, real.or persona estate, Territory,or shall f falsely fraudulently),

r,JJV RTI"JNn-I'\'erv Advertisement thirty-nine. stripes. it useless, and if any person' shall with,an intention! to- impair prevent: nr ; make;or be ..concerned in the false 'aha
? m king not mare than twelve lines, first Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, That mur- unlawfully out of dtsablev"the tongue, render difficult, the establishment '0('a .fraudulent making any base i n of the
Insertion dollar each insertion der shall be deemed to be the unlawful pull out out eye, 'slit. the f
one subsequent a tojjth, put an title to ral or personal estate; tar.mutilate, ".likeness or similitude of any gold; silver
fifty cents! ; longer ones at the same killing of a human being in the peace of nose, ear or lp| or cut off or disfigure any cancel, kurn or:,otherwise, 'destroy' said or copper coin, which now is or.'shtih. be.
jaic. Mule and figure work double pricefor the Territory, with. malice aforethought. other limb or, member of.>another, witfjan papers, documents, deed; oi.writings, I passing, or in circulation.within tliis Ter-
the, first insertion. Amounts due for either express or implied ; the punish- intention in so'' doing-to mayhem or. disfigure with the same intention;, such person story, or shall falsely and fraudulentlyutter
advertising payable: always on demand. ment of murder shall be death. such pepsnn, :whether in the }ct offighting shall be dpemed guilty of larceny andsbaUsuffer puhhl{ /:pa) or Under in payment;
A liberal deduction made to those whd Sec. 12, 'Be it further enacted, That or: otherwise, the person'so offending by being fined in a sum not exceeding any such counterfeit and forged coin of t

advertise by tie| year. man-slaughter shall b.e deemed to be the shall be deemed guilfyof mayhem tvo thousand dollars, and,imp gold, silver,or copper, or any base coia
All communications to the Editor hlliicgufahuman creature without malice and on conviction thereof shall suffer a sonment jbr' a time not exceeding six knowing the same to be forged and counterfeited

mitt be post paid, or they will be attended express implied, and without any fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, months, and if any person shall be convicted or base; or shall aid or abet
o or not, AS suits his convenience. mixture of deliberation whatever, it must or whipping exceeding fitly stripes at of stealing any bond or bonds, counsel, or command! the perpetration of

-- be voluntary upon sudden heat of passion the discretion' of the court. note pr notes<< ,.or other paper or papers, the said crimes; such'person shall on con-
or involuntary in the commission of Sec. 19. B it fur her-nzacte ; That rape vic be
on punished
.. I securing the payment of money or other by exposure on a
L\\'V ofAn "F\o-ri \\- .. I an unlawful act, or a lawful act without shall be deemed to consist in the carnal thing, or of a receipt or receipts, or any pillory four hours and afine of one thousand .

-- due caution or circumspection. In all ca knowledge of a female, forcIblyand, against paper or papers operating as dischargefor dollars, or whipping.not .exceeding-
define and sand ea of voluntary man-slaughter, there must -her will, and the offender shall on .
act to comes misdemeanors the payment of money or other thing, Brae hundred stripes, at the discretion of
to prescribe punishments for the be some actual assault upon the person conviction be punished with death. An such offender shall be punished in the the court.

rsrre. killing, or an attempt by the person killed assault with i intent to commit a rape shall same manner, as he would have been, if ,, Sec. 33: Be it further enacted That if
Brit enacted by tie Governor and Levi to commit a serious personal injury on be punished by' a fine..rnot exceedingone ht had stolen the money,or other, thing any person shall falsely ones fraudulently .

ct't'e' Council cf theTerritory of Florida, the person filling. Provocation by words, thousand,dollars, or whipping, I.&ot or things which the said documents 'ir. :make, sign, or print, or be concerned in
Thai a crime or misdemeanor shall be threats, mcnaes contemptuous gestures exceeding; hundred stripes,and standing *: any of them so stolen were meant to he- the false fraudulent> matting, signing,
rccnedtD> : consist in a violation of a pub- shall be in no Case sufficient to free on a pillory one hour, at the discretion cure : any person being convicted of or printing; any counterfeit noie or bill ofa

jic law,in the commission of which there I the person killing from the guilt and crime of (the court.] stealing a slave, or of enticing, or of giving bank of this Territory,or bat of any incorporated i
frhali be an union or joint operation of act of murder ; the killing must be the result -I Sec. '2l). B \further enacted, That an i a pass or of using any other means of bank, whose notes or bills arein

and intention, or criminal negligence, the I of that sudden violent impulse of pas- assault shall be deemed to consist in an inducement'Jo any slave to runaway, or I circulation in this Territory,or falsely
intention being manifested by the circumstances rion, supposed to be ijresistable ; for i if attemp t commit a violent injury on the otherwise causing a loss of, labour of such I and fraudulently cat e or procure 'the
connected with the perpetration there should appear to have been an in person of aiTViher ; a bare assault shall slave to his or her owner or owners, shall 'same to be done, su-:h;iperson, on conviction
cf tile cllencc and the pound mind and .. terval between the assault or provocation be punished by a.fine not exceeding one be punished by a fine not, exceeding one shall be punished by exposure on a
discretion of the person accused. given and the homicide, sufficient for the hundred dollars,. at the discretion of the I Icoult. thousand'dollars, and imprisonment for a pillory for tnree hours and a fine not ex-

Sec. 2. Jc itjtr:', re1Jlclttl, That] a per voice of reason and humanity tc- be heard, An assault with intent to murder term not exceeding six months at the ceedingune thousand dollars) or whip.
son shall! be collide' cf sound mind, I] the killing shall be attributed to delibe 1 by shooting or stabbing, or using any discretion of the'court. ping not exceeding one hundred stripes
who is neither an ideot. a lunatic, or at-: ; rate revenge, and punished as mUrder.-j weapon likelylto' produce death, shall be Sec. 28. tt the discretion the court ..
flitted by insanity, or who hath arrived at j j Voluntary man-slaughter shall punished by a fine not exceeding one shall it further enacted, That ifany. Sec. 34. Be it further enacted, That if;
be convicted of
the age of fourteen years, or before that ed by a fine not exceeding one thousand thousand dollars at the discretion of the person enteringor gilt person shall fakety and frajJu'entry
: breaking house other than dwel-
age, it such person know the distinction dollars, or by whipping not exceeding I court All oilier assaults upon, or at: : ling: house, or any its with a make, sign, or print or be concerned in
between good and evil. I lone hundred stripes at the discretion of' tempts againstlpersons, not mentioned or" intent steal appurtenances an tliefdseand fraudulent making, signing
to after
entering or
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That neither the court. 'I enumerated iii|this code, shall be.punished ing said house, stealing therefrom I 01 printing any check or daft upon any -
ideol child under the of I by a fine not exceeding one hundred any bank of the afu
an nuru age Sec. 13. Be further enacted, That in- ] chattels merchandise Territory or bark a. < e-
nine years, shall be found guilty of any voluntary man-slaughter shall be deemed i dollars, at the discretion of the court. money, or, goods other thing,or wares things, of value said, or fahely or fr udulentiy cause or
crime with which he or she may be charged to consist in the killing of a human being. Sec. 21. 1/4 it further enacted That whatever any such offender shall be procure the: same tube done, such per
nor ban any lunatic or person insane, : without any intention to do so, but in the battery shall be deemed, to consist in a by a fine not .five hundred son, on conviction, shall suffer the ,same
without lucid intervals, be found guilty, i if.commission of an unlao'ful act, or a lawful ; person's unlawfully beatin another, and dollars and exceeding thirty punishment as is mentioned fur the crime
whipped not exceeding
the act charged as criminal shall _have act, which probably might produce such I any person tljereof. convicted shall be nine stripes And an 'person convicted <. in the pieceeding ectioIJ.Se .
been committed in the condition of such.I punished by a fine not 35. Be
a consequence in an unlawful manner : I II exceeding one of entering, or breaking a house or ttj.trther enacted, That if
lunacy or insanity. Provided always, that where such involuntary hundred dollars at the discretion of the building, U'.l'efor.described, with intentto any person shall falsely and fraudulently: :
Sec. 4. Me i;further enacted, That any :'I, killing shall happen in the commission court. 1' steal, but,who is detecte ,and prevented -' alter or be concerned, in the. false and
person: counselling, advising or encour- of an unlawful act, which in its consequences Sec. 22. Be it further enacted, That from so doing, shall be punished by fraudulent alteration ot any genuine note,
aging un infant under the age of nine I I not usually lends to destroy the false imprisonment shall be deemed to whipping, not exceedihg thirty nine bill, check, or draft as aforesaid, or faiseiy

eahiJ lunatic or ideut, to commit an ofVcncc' I life of a human being, or is committed in consist in the vjolatio'i, of the personal stripes, at the discretion of the court. and fraudulently 'cause, or procure the
tliJ-il be prosecuted for such offence the prosecution of a felonious 'or riotous berty of a free person,and any person bells same to be done, the person so offending
when committedas principal, and intent, the offence shall be deemed and i convicted of arresting, confining: or Sec..2K Be further enacted, That if snail suffer tue same punishment as is
if found gully: sufier the same punishment adjudged he murder. Involuntary manslaughter detaining any other free person, without any servon't, officer or person employedin prescribed for the crime of falsely and
as if he or she had been the perpetrator. in the commission of>>11 nlaw-- having sqme process' warrant, or legal authority any public department of this Territory fraudulently making, signing, and printing
l(I ful act, shall be punished by a fine not tojuslifyj such arrest, confinement, or any county thereof, or i iri any office any bank bill or note. ,

bee. 5. Be it further ,nc.W, That a j I exceeding cighi hundred dollars, or by or detention, shall, be punished with a of a corporate body, shall embezzle:: St.c. 36. Be it further enacted
feme covert or nuirritd: woman, acting un- ''whipping not exceeding one hundred fine not. exceeding one thousand dollars, steal, secrete, or fraudulently take and That if tuy person shall falsely -
tier the threatF.. nnnand, or coertion of stripes< at the d-scretion of the court.- av die discretion of the court. carry away, or burn,tear, or destroy, any
1 Jitr lirsb&ml, sli:'It not be found ;"il! ) of }Involuntary man-slaughter; in the commission Sec. 23. Be further enacted, That arson i money, goods, chattels, effects, bond or and fraudulently pass, pay, or tender

M'Vcriii* e cr his: tkmleant: ;r not punishable i ihikutli or performance of a lawful act, where shall I DC cle ,neJ to be malicious burn- bonds, note or notes,or any other security in payment, utter, or publish,

hut the husband shall be prose- I I!, there has: not been observed necessary i.g of the dwelling house, or out house of for the payment of money of whatever any false, fur efi it counterfeit or....altered .

ciiltu MS principal: l und receive the same !!, discretion and caution, shall be punished another, and anj person being convicted description .(may: be, being the property note/ bill, check, or draft as
t pur.isliinci.;, which: otherwise would hart !by u fine not exceeding'hv.ndred dollars of wilfully and maliciously burning or selling of the Territory, county or corporate aforesaid knowing the
!n en inYcu on the \\'IfIf she had been ]J or by whipping not exceeding fifty fire to, ol'a\t\tempting to burn a house body, such 'offender shall on convic- same to
lc\nd; guilt tpruvdettithallappearfro I m stripes, at the discretion of the court. in a city town or village, shall be puniseel ,,- tion be punished a fine of not 'exceeding have been falsely and fraudulently;

...1.! he tacts anil circumstances of the case, Sec. 14. Be it further enacted That jug! I with death. And any person being one thousand dollars, or thirty nine for ged, counterfeited, or altered, '

:a ll::t \ ;\hicais,cyii.uunds, and coer- tifiable homicide shall be deemed to consist : convicted of wilfully and maliciously set- stripes, at the discretion of the court. the person so offending, shall, upon i

ion vv t.1 used.. i in killing a human being in self de : ling fire to or attempting to burn any And any person convicted of the theft of conviction be punished by a fine
etc: 0. J e enacted Thatdrun'stI.tssLdl !house house any other thing or things not herein
> further : fence, or in defence of habitation, property or out in any other place specified not exceeding* one thousand dol-
mil be au excuse for than in sball be punished by a fine off'no t
any or person against; one, who manifestly a city, town or village, shall be /
mrre or nl::>> !enel11or, unless such drunl.rrnts intends or endeavors by violence or surprise punished by a fine not exceeding five exceeding five hundred dollars,or thirty lars or whipping not exceedingfifty

w isoccasionedby the fraud, arti- to commit a known felony, such as hundred dollars, and whipping not ex nine stripes, at the discretion of the stripes, at the discretion ofthe .

!;((.', or centritai* ("c; of other person or murder, rape, robbery, burglary and the ceeding one hundred stripes at the dis court. court. l

) tzx.ns fur the purpose of luving a crimeLrpetialcd like upon either or against any person, cretion of the court. And arson commitcd Sec, 30. Be it further enacted, That if Sec. 37. Be, it further enacted,
} and then the person or perSons who manifestly intend endeavors in elsewhere thin in a: city, town or village l. shall knowingly )
\ to causing such drunkenness fort.uih I any person maliciouslyor That if any perViu snail Ita e in his,
i riotous and tumultuous manner to enter which produces the death of any fraudulently, cut, fell,'alter or removeany
n'llllumt 1 Jim-pose, shall be the habitation of another for the purpose person shall be punished' with death. certain boundary tree,or otherallowed or her P osbeso- ;, n. any such fal ;e,
ni a prii opal, :ki.dt butler the considCI'.1 '
ijhi.uhl. would htve been ( assaulting' or offering personal violence Sec. 24. Be it further enacted, That land mark, to the wrong of his neigh 'I forged, counterfeit,or altered note

tat or >eiaoiis ccmmiumg the oi-: lo any person dwelling or being therein ; burglary snail b deemed to be the enter- bour or'Any other person, he or she shall or norrsf bill or bills, draft ort
jc-i.te person, it licvhe| or they hud been possessed Provided, that a bare tear of an v of those ing with! intent to commit a felony into a on conviction, be punished by a fine no draft, check or checks, with intention -
ol sound reason and discretion offences, to prevent which the homicid dwelling or mansion house, or into any exceeding five hundred dollars or thirty fraudulently to pass the
rftc.:) ;. Jie-ttfurthtr enuclciThat is alledged to have been committed, shall out house contiguous to and within the nine stripes at the discretion of the court.
no not be sufficient : the same, such person or persons on
justify it
killing eurtilcge or proibction of the in
}lenCit, shall be luund! guilty of any crime i ; ,same, or Sec.31. Be it further enacted, 'That if -
must appear that the circumstances were to a hired room in cunviction,shall be punished by a
qr apartment a
or nu>cicn: tsiior, coniinittcd by iitistortutieof I public Persoushall falsely make alter
tulBcient: to excite the fears of a reasonable tavern, inn, pr bdarding house, and any ; tine not exceeding 'one thousand
accident any
here it satisfactorily ,- or counterfeit, or cause to be 'falsely
aI i man, and that tic party killing really person convicted thereof;'shall be
punished dollarsor whipping not exceeding
HI', that: there evil
v.a5 no tieaign' orintcntioii acted umlerthe influence of made, forged, altered or counterf.itd -
jr culjiubjc neglect: -and no person and not in the spirit of revenge.those- fears, and by a standing fine not on exceeding a pillory fur live one hundred hour, or willingly act or assist in falsely fifty stripes, at! 'the discretion of

committing' a crime or nHbleIJJ "Ito r making, forcing counterfeiting, any or._ the court.
"Sec. 15. Be it further enacted That i ifany dollars, or whipping'not exceeding fifty
ittidcr! '
ducats &Ullici. '
cr Ilitnact..shich der or warrant, issued/ or purporting to' it
Sec. '38. Be : further
invades stripes,at the discretion enacted,
of the
: or court. '
Iresspassr the
person '"
t.-ntly that his her been issued
or We or memLtr have by the governor,'or byany
\vis in ,i..I;Ir, or that he or she had property or habitation of another, not withan Sec. 25. Be tt further enacted, That :.officer,.of the govern neat," or Authorized That if any: person shall have in I

1UJJlbll': l..ltl.t to believe;; and did actuUiM. intention to commit felony, the killing robbery siull be :deemed to consist in feloniously person on the treasury tof this Ter his or .her possession aay bank. paper .

&tii\; bd.t\, hi J i,r her M"tor menuher shall be murder, man-slaughter, or juitili and violently taking of.gone Y, ritory for any money or other thing or any types, plates, or machinery

VHS in d.iger: sliall be found guilty : able homicide, according to the circumstances goods, or other property fron the personof certificate, draft, warrant, or order, for the purpose;of.faltely or fraudulently
:.iI.,. t-t.d. till,-:tb :;nd menaces being prov- of the case. .And if any person in another by force or intimidation ; and from any of-,the public ,officers of this
c.t..I.U t stll.l l::.rrct;'I It: person ,,r persons: his defence, kilts another, it must appear, any person, being thereof convicted, shall} Territory; issued or purporting to have forging-and counterfeitingany ,
,"v11'I.C:1)1I'6 1.)' paid tl&&treats and mcnaccNHit lhat the danger was so urgent and press be punished by a[nne not exceeding fivehundred' been issued under or by virtue of any: act; n notes; bills,'checks, or drafts

ton.nuihu-n of tlie oJiencc, :,)till ueWliM.JUI ing, that in order to save hu own life, the dollars, and whipping!not exceeding orresolution: of the Legislative Council, aforesaid, the person. 'so:offending ,

i\ }.u.cipal or j.rincipnls, and killing ofthe other was absolutely neces one hundred stripes, at the discretion or any certificate. draft,order or:warrant, shall: be punished by a fine not

tol-trilie s: ..j.uiJishment. as it lit-, hhe, ssry, fineit must appear also, that the of the court. issued or purporting to have- 'been. issue ] 'exceeding one thoasand,dollars, or
t:' t.ct lijij pci jivlrattei: the ofiicncc.tic. person killeu was the assailant, or that 'S not fifty
ti. JJc tt further enacted, That the clay er had really and in good faith en larceny shall be deemed to consist. ..feloniously ed to draw on the treasury of this -Terri whipping exceeding'
tlaie a deavored decline any further strugglebeorc and toryor for wherever thename stet P ea at the_ (discretion-of. the
confuting; a crime (which if com taking carrying away, or, public: money, ,
Ji.uu-il! liu free t hue 1)I'SonQ'ould! not l lluunoble : the mortal blow was given : and in stealing the property of" another, or, the may je deposited, or any, deed S' court.: .
le by this act with death) b>' no case shall a person be justified for th e means or mun melts whereby' the right will: testament<<: bond, writing obligatory, ,Sec 39. .JBe ifurther enacted .
of another under
t!a: thirsts, (-.munluIJ-or coertion of his killing the pretence olnecessityunless f and title to property niay be_ascertained- ; billsof exchange, promissory! note: or order ,That if ,any person shall ,falsely .
'. he were, wholly without t I and any convicted of for mbneyjor or. actjufrtance .
rJ.trow richer! : :t-ty ]>crson exercisingorgauthoiuy fault in person stealing a, goods, any and ,frauiiiilenUy'make Corge'ufdo ,
imputable bylaw '
bringing that _
necessity home
orother animal feet indorsement :
tncr such 61tn.thall I whose are not or'receipt or:,assignment :
1.t, tj e toned [ tnd It upon himself. cloven, shall pay a fine not esce dirig.onethousand of any.bonaVjsrriting': obligatory., .' .alter: any note.; .bill
1.111) ; -
11111I the f.tetsant t circumstances appearingill of the Sec, :t 6. ,Be it further enacted, That the dollars,!.and be whipped ,notexceeding W&lw'%vl"c **T T fc S promtssory.notegrord; er; draCt.or.cJi.e tk alt[ r onaiiy peraoB,
t.> that the crime+va.coiuciiUed by the 'killing slave in the act of revolt shall be -' one h'undicd' stripes at\the for money' or goods With intent to de body"corporate', company or',mercantile

UI'l'"s curu>and and cuertion o;' the deemed justifiable homicide ; and in ,cases discretion the court. And the indictmc'iit -..- E"raiidtthe paid. Territory, ,public, officer firm ,or .h ,'e.o-r Pus P( rt. .'
cwnei 0r the person exercising or ussurn-' wherein by persuasion, remonstrance, for such offence shall .charge hot se officers, courts, o any persons' author- ing so to be or fraudulently) andilsely r wr
m.ptuhora\\' r such slave lIe or other gentle.measures used, a forcible stealing, and it shall designate the'sex orother Ise d,or any'persoa:or persons whateve; ? ,
tilt sad owner, or the _,ou shall or .t>iic be, ,attack t and invasion ontthe.property- 'or habitation : description of,the animal .whereby or, shall .utter or publish; ,as. true,' any' { utter', publish,' pais or pay

111 cutcd lor, and foimd per guilt of the of-another cannot be prevented -. its identity may 'be Ascertained., ,Any iabe forged, ajtered; counterfeited, .au-- .or tender_ the \lame ia payracnt, Qr

- *nuie,.ball suffer the wme pun bbJuU'JUj it shall justifiable! .homicide' ',to person: convicted of stealing! ,cow or .other cited certificate'governor. : : 's or'other: pub' demand_ ,p,a J.et"or_ the .same,

Jieur: she the bard owner or other person kill the person so forcibly",.&tt&ckingand horned animal, ,. laving. itshoofs.,clo- lic' ofHcer's' court, cr pertona, Iddly ;attthoriscd knowing ,.the. "said=> .bll.'I ta.otc, ,;;draft, t
: invading the property or habitation shall afirie e eet ficate,'dmu. warrant;Xr d r- :
tuud hat r incurred if lie or she or said P yen, except hogs; pay, ,not 1it ,' or check 'tol>c '' tsect.and'co'ter- r
4tlttr l>ciM n bad .must. ,. appear tit. ceeding two hktidreddattat'astulbe.whs! p Uer* toa a ateeudii udortiato .. ?
coinmittcd the
cncuce) .actually such, killing 'was absolutely' necessary i' pod 'not exceeding'fails' tripes jit thediscretion : Y,e eea isjoed. or,a deed, jW ,feit, or faj wd .frauduiepfly altered .' 4
'IUl1I 1 tit the sltteischarbed. a '- "X,
bec.9. l to prevent fcuch'attack'and 'tavasion' and 'of the" court. And the ,indict* stxm ent r,1JO. 'Jn .o' ,: tor. :bil ., _i..ehpeij'OD to ofieadiog,
sect isary e it further enacted, That 'an that a1, serious injury was, intended. 6 r nrnt for au fch ,off';' rice shall ecaittl c Of excnangci'prot! 'ssca We,:ct. order: ihftlljbc l pupishcQ'by-e pQiare twp

w who nah be deemed to, be' the per- might accrue to'iue; persoiy'property,. ,jJr stealmgatid:luatl ;coiitMdfiiucli, a detcrip- for money or.g: ds, .G* acqaittaafce aadw rs':9I'PWCrt. _% atfeo ft .A.
w no I\lt stands bytTnid8: ,and ass i st>+,: or family of.lhc; person:killing,.and' all gtlie r 99' of the: 1 -: tlcn'V! *:*- as ItaalF j Intl f-Vt .' H.ptrQl11 n4y...AI.!.:cS W' l J,: -j 9' : :

. tit 4etIg: Dfingjpreseiit, bath aidtug, abetting-, instances, which saud.Jp! an '$e.I&L"footing : sne if_id.thedrr. : .. ., f. fy tlie>,. of l.,_Ad., I; : rJd,!' !I ':
tu4 t adv.scd and tncouivgedlle !of reason and justice,' as' io. 1"eJ'IO' d.,.- t'.orl'CJ. t 'u.. a. ogo'or. ifet .D'I3''W.t.DjI 1 lttP! J1 ,anl '

ptrpr'.qlun ktt! r, or a crime' ortic l'ersonhaIs ,: nunf rated;; hkllb'e.jtt: A.ii?abl e'hofnici' de'tup oFaui'I other' j"r i 'ftlunt"lorpay... ,. m M'j.'. h .iJ.IF: ntivn '01 'Oht ,
.I ull1.IIU\Utdgc'- | 'crime. and the homicide appc&ri g,to bcjutiiiablc -: t .: gesture.'or', ;'c t t1t'ea st}tall 'rjt "Wi I 1111tS' t. !tlt i1t. .. errl; court... t' ? '
h4&.tt\.11>> CCUi'h't\C. (:uqct1ab
pt t t.tarbedY'tlfh ilI1Ub11UCUI'' .nd. protect*.the id: be,.luijy>cqiuttcd! .and. ,duchtrgctl.... : p' .n t.'t :: -.IDo T"r'" :..;,..! ...,;-.Ir" 'a t l i ; f ,
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we rata\:. vr IOUluJ jj-uilty o f'Sec..:17.:::tic it /rir fldI': : tit t stpn- ast, the> di: f ft jDCWC uru'r' :' Ji 11 s a : ;;t Jf'to.ha tB a Jrl'J! f'!, L ,

j .. r',tI ;;n' perioa'ihall !charged, With, rolun;>> *1 l. .ivy ewobfhaUait' f ,ctinge- 'the mark stb'fAt 1 r,. .. ca un ;ient1ymakeii; tu ,. ot wr, "i 'WI!
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: 'oflfcriHo.orr t;bae beefied' 'or: .dull: 1)avctishall %elI should fee established; ) *nd tt'8 tf e *r| >;1onis.wrthy: .V.f ,
fraudulent indirectlyighreV ziv
coBCcrncd in the m.ak- or # e : !, ,
w J
"J ie dhJ4. a pn\n ;}!1.
b ul' *' :!\ tl' thrnmedte1yny
wfl i 'bri;
ing, signin,' ralterini apy otoerr .,anf mOflYI0 JJ. eihef. brllk jI n'-a q it! !t .I .bOn .,endeavor \!:' create aa impression b Pi i K : "liat.reridt'i '
bt:1iildtt: .I1\
writing> with 'lI t Dt'to defraud'afly I presentoiir (O y r t iO"c hargtjir50fl resetting,
or persons, or body'cqrpo- I aoy prdmise jt'CQfltFIt tr 'of Agrefe-: for..a"mls iR n "P : Q. ,whose' gnod-opinion? andestecm tf: would .i : partular l
person '
1 1ik rate, or shall fraudulently cause or merit,for tf e1pay nent"deJtyery, or yittlon, Ibtt1 .ti f"p"8l -((,tiJ' fine 'be p'Jaihful to iis to,lose. v ,S1:1te thWarted ,Iiit5 'Jiecifie- init. ...

procure the same to be done the alienation of.any money, goods,. or .exceeding five hundred dollars_ ,rests by the measures of the Gene
It will l.be by the following that rat Government
seen '
person or persons so offending, other bribe,'or use any prbmise; ''at'tbe' dIscrtiOfthtc0Urt. the enlightened policy of our hie Beard to sepera

ic shall on conviction be punished threats, persuations,.or'other_ likesinister ; ;(To 'k C9nefwedin9ttrnext.J, of Aldermen has not failed'to attract the .tion as the remedy. .

by exposure two hours on a pillo- or, unfair/ frattdulentpracticei !1 attention of our bretliernat. Augustine

ry.and a fine not exceeding five in,order to obtain,. influence 1! ( lL a 'and we are happy tosee; that it is so-let ..CU.MJII U1C'iL

4 t: hundred dollars, or whipping ,not -the opinion, judgment, decree i us render unto C tsar the things that are --'-;;'---...-...
: Cas r's. The mentcf the PensacolaMiu
improve our City, CazclI
exceeding 'fifty Itripes, at the discretion or behaviour r of any member ..SATURDAYOCTOBER;; 8,1825.. among which ourrapidlyjirogressing market EniToa-II appears from

'- )? the court. of the Legislative Council, or.anf house stands pre-eminent, are also a cat ion "in your last paper, signed a II publi VVml
Sec. 41.. Br it futhcr..n.nt, officer. ,of theTerritcTyiUtL, *-,, Arrival.... of the JohnrAdams: proud testimony i in favor ofour late rulers. JBafnett,"that, he is not satisfied with hi
That If any' person shaTrTaJselyand ro justice,. referee, or arbitrator", United States' ship John Adams, (one, Our.newly installed_ .have igood example 'ex planation,-in-'our paper of the 17th *
z. fraudulently forge or counter in discussion debate, action, ofthe.squadron of Com. Warrington)' J. before them, we'trust they will follow last month. ,It is not probable that any rf-
.i'. cJb. J. Nicholson Esq. Commander; amved it and we would say with Mr. Craw explanation .would satisfyhim,
feit, or falsely be concerned in the suit, complaint, indictment, onversymattCI' Tuesday last, 4th inst.s four days from ford "let them be judged by their mea: would seeni'tbat he: prefers "fihtin and ft
I his
forging and counterfeiting the tr or cause depending off Havana. Left there the U. S., Brig1Spark sure s.>' S battles o'er ajjain," which is

great seal of this Territory, or any or which 'shall!1 depend before Lt. Com* Newton officers, andcrew Frona'the East'Florida Herald. gratifying to a Hero. I doubt not generally but h"e

seal used for government 'purposes him or them, such person shall on in good health. The Terrier remains Ptnacola-A few passing! will acquire as much honor in doing 10, a$

the public and common seal conviction be punished by a fine off Matanzas to give convoy, and thoughts have occurred to us, he will defending the present author!
he Fox is cruising Between Nuetitas and ties of Georgia. _
of any court, office, county or a not exceeding one thousand dollars )tlatanzas ; the officers and crews of both while looking over the accounts Therefore is not entitled to

corporation, or any other seal au or whipping not exceeding these vessels were well. ot the City Treasurer of Pensacola planation, in your paper of the 17th my ult.ex

thorised by law, or shall falsely one hundred stripes, at the discretion The general health of the crew of the as published in >the Gazrettf.! S Cato.

and fraudulently cause or procure of the court. Jo tin Adamsn is ''good ; considering the The first is, that the City Council I

the same to be forged, and counterfeited Sec 47." Be it further exacted, circumstances through to the Which last season she has, she been may exposed be- meet with obstructions' in the The author Sketches 11 of-West Flori

or bhall falsely and frau n That if any judge, justice, mayor I I deem d fortunate vessel, having lost but assessment of such taxes, as are da, presents his compliments ta Atnericus -

dulently and knowingly impress,' alderman, clerk, sheriff, coroner, four persons,vizMdshiprnen :j necessary for the incidental expen-. a correspondent of the Louisiana

I or cause to be impressed, any instrument or other public officer, or any Lloyd A. Buchanan, and I ses of the City Government. A Gazette,'.and'' has' the pleasure. to state
that hi Tales"
whatever, whether the person whatever, shall steal, embezzle TheodrickBlandof| Fever. s econd. is, that the affairs of the I for* the Fairy are deigned not
Theodore Myer, Sergeant of Marines, only "ma-scry" but also for the
same be written or printed, or alter, corrupt, withdraw, of Fever. City are administered with much i correction of Tyroes, who can mistake

partly written or printed, or partly falsify, or avoid any record-pro William Colten,| Steward-Mania a potu. system and their attention cjirect- 10 forS or 15 for 40 thousand inhabitants,

written and partly printed, with cess, charter, gift, grant, conveyance For the last ninety-four' days, with the ed to subjects of substantial benefit I! or spread the surface of a* spring of si ii

such forged aud counterfeit seal, or contract, or shalllno\ing- exception of one! night in Havana, the A third is, that the Council I rods in extent, to a broad lake a mile
John Adams has kept at sea. Her object wide; which are, to say the least of them
or shall falsely, fraudulently, and ly, and willingly, take off, discharge in visiting Pensacola is to take, possession does not hesitate inform the people gigantic conceptions. ,

0t knowingly annex or affix or cau5'e. or conceal any issue, forfeited of the Barrancas fend other public property : by which confidence is inspir. i fyf jn ,_.

to be annexed or affixed to any: recognizance, or other forfeiture to be surrendered by the army for the ed', and the public mind satisfied. Fire Company No. %2.

such instrument, such forged and: or shall forge, deface, or use of the Navy on this station, and to refresh It is honorable to the feelings of Meeting) Monday, 3d of

counterfeit seal, or shall falsely falsify any document or instrument I her crew. Arrangements have been: humanity that some provision has Mr. }t'. H Nis&et, President Octobei1825.of the Com.
made for the partial transportation of the
and fraudulently utter or publish recorded, or any registry, stores from Thonson's Island to Fens been made for the support and I pany, mentioned that, since the last meet.

. any instrument or writing whatever acknowledgment, or certificate, or cola, and for the: entire removal of the comfort of paupers-that they) ing, it had lost a valuable member, and

impressed with such forged. shall alter, deface, or falsify any: sick, from the former place. The Decoy have not cast an enquiring stare at proposed the adoption the of an expression of

and counterfeit seal, knowing the minutes, document book, or any left the station fur Pensacola some hours the afflicted and distressed' and our Whereupon feelings on the following melancholy* occasion: ;
Preamble {
to be forged and counterfeit of before the John Xdams; she has not yet anc
same whatever
II proceeding or belonging fiassed by ort the other side* Resolutions were unanimouslv. adopted
amveii, she had H. Porter
ar Captain'sClerk
the uffending shall be to office within this Jost An item WHEREAS, the
person punh any public from Yellow Fever. It was of SI40 for roads and by sudden death"Of
ished by exposure two hours Territory, or if any person ,shall 1 I sickly in Havanafatal: alike to the troops very improvements is included in the Mr. GEOKCfl F. BRENT, on the 23d of

the pillory, and a fine not exceed ause or procure any of the offences and to strangers. :: The Spanish squadron account, and something for the repair deprived September of ult. this Company has been .

ing five hundred dollars or whip aforesaid to be committed, c.JIbe under Commodore. Laburde, consisting of Fire Engines ; showingthat fore a respected member; There

ping not exceeding fifty stripes, at in any wise concerned therein, had of three gone frigates into the and gulf some to relieve smaller: the vessels castle it is not the intention of the Resolved, That this'company deeply.

the discretion of the court. the person so offending shall be ot St. Juan d'JUlliia., Since the promotion public authorities, that the city gret the loss we have sustained by the

Sec. 42. 3
That any person, who shall drawor one thousand dollars, or whipping spirit and activity have been infused .. existence and then end in gradual and low,membe", tr. GEORGE JJIlE.\1'.

make a bill of exchange or pro not exceeding one hundred stripes 'into the! nianne of I I Havana. The .II an d..I clilapation]j and decay. How beautiful tions deeply under this sympathising bereavement! with, his rei.:!.:
ue ofar
of t Oib* was tranquil. Not AiaericSi
missory note, or endorse or acceptof at the discretion of the court. many i is system. this as a testimony of our sense of his
i Cdl} \ <:isn; hr% *t Havana. high.
thesame in a fictitious* name, Sec. 48. Be it further enacted : worth and gentlemanly deportment, and
I 14l s7 "JL board the John
shall be guilty of forgery and on: 'That if jailer too qf ujj'ctrg. Mams.j as a t ken of the respect we entertain for
any by gat a J. j. Me i : >!., ; Coniiiwnder, Mobile Point.-We observe article i his
conviction be punished by expo I duress of imprisonment or otJirt j'I: .. .'.J. hlh') _.:eut. the Mobile! Paper under this head, saying Jtesblvtil memory., That the

sure on a pillory two hours, and a cruel treatment make or in. do.do.. that an article is going the rounds of ilie be Secretary of this

'I fine not exceeding five hundred prisoner to accuse and jive r"idence t. Yu. j ;. .4V '... :: .:b. -newspapers, stating that the Yellow Feyer'prevails of Company these'resolutions requested to each to deliver, Mrs. a Woodrow copy-
at Mobile Point. This
lh 11111 .
dollars, or whipping not exceeding other iCiuries t report the mother, anl Mrs. IJre.'it
against some pcrsc*, U. Purser! originated in Pensacola or N. Orleans." the wi-
fifty stripes at the discretion of the be of wilful I"oi.tj dow of our deceased friend ; ad; also,
or guilty inhumanityor Thomis B'ou, 6 .r ,J\I, \Ve assure the! Mobile Editor that the re. llewl'flThat

court. oppression to any prisoner undcr Augustus A. A dee, .U-, /.;,*j Mate, port could flIt have originated in Pensaco the Editor of the L'ensacuU a copy be dizette furnished: to

Sec. 43. Be it further enacted: his care and custody, such WIT A. lo J.Igu'tl, i.t. ot! Marines, la, as it never has been believed or even I a request that they be published! ,in with Ins

That if any person shall put his j jailer shall be. punished by removal Fitz Allen Ueas, Midshipman, heard ofhel'e ; on the contrary we have paper.
Itobert L. Jt uluays believed it healthy at Mobile Point
p OWh name to instrument ) from office owmng, do. Extracted from theRecords
any representing :- & shall be punished AVilliam bnntii, do. ari'l vessels arriving from that place, htveneer
himself to be a differentperson by a fine not exceeding three hun- prances S. Key't do. been detained at ,quarantine nere. ol ths Company.:

of that name, such personshall died dollars at the discretion of Ch Jit!; H.Poor, do. AtttstV

be guilty of forgery ; ant! if the court. I I I Ch,. '1f.1 S. ttenshaw I do. We would call the atten tion'of-our readers Hasell Hunt,

any person shall designedly by c D- Sec. 49. Be it further enacted I A,i:;Ustusli JKiltz, do. << to the Lottery scheme published today Secretary.
lour of Johu Graham;, do. as holding out a most splendid! prospect mil JW TOM -.-
counterfeit letter That if 0JJJJJ3
any or officer 'after the I
any exp 1- ._ _ to those disposed to embark the
writing, made in any other personsname i ration of the time, for which l he wllaYl.r and Aldermen., -On 1 I, ocean"of Chance ; the short time in which: Prom-the East Florida Herald.
Monday ast The road from
or fictitious name, obtain may have been appointed or eIe :- an election for nine Aldermen, was held this lottery will be drawn and tim great [Pensacola: this of to St. Augustine

from any person money, goods: ted shall wilfully and unlawfullywithhold :p. this City; one\hundred\I undone-votes fi- number of high prizes which will be distributed I our growth] being and prosperity great importance, in order to-

chattels or other valuable thing or detain from his iu.. were taken ; result as follows : by it, are inducements of no-ordi t I to
successor prevent any misaappreliens-on: in future
with Timothy Twitched nary magnitude and will not fail to create ,
intent to defraud 100 votesMliiamDavison werecomrnendtliat
any person, the records dhCUmenls measures
papers, \ a rapid demand for the tickets. bc.a'lopteitor
mercantile house or body 'corporate or other writings, appertaining i Thomas-Wrigh't,, 98 Our frie' Is in this place are requestedto f ascertaining. the sentiments of the

of the same the person ,so offending and belonging to his oflice, John Jerrisoi:, |I 93 95 "" hand their orders, accompanied.-Kith the also people to collect in Duval such& Nassau facts Counties ; and

as specified in this section or mutilate, destroy, take away, Joseph Noriega-I 96 ICI c(BIJ, without delay that we may secure to our Delegate so that as he will be mak useful
shall be punished by otherwise John de la Rua I them FORTUNATE NUMBERS. may an
exposure on or prevent the complete 95 effectual application for an appropriation
a pillory two hours, and a fine not possession by his said successor of Peter Alba, i 94 41 fur: the reiair'of this road. ,

exceeding five hundred dollars 'or said records, documents Henry de Grand Pre, 94" As we expected, the foolish stand of _
papers, Francisco Moreno, 93 the Georgia Troupers has excitcd-the attention I
whipping not exceeding fifty or other writing, such person so who, being the nine with the of the London Editors : following l- SAVANNAH Sept.6.

.,. stripes at the discretion of 1 the offending shall be punished by a of votes,:were declaredelected.greatestnumber l we copy from the N. Y. Mercantile Extract of a letter to the Editor of the Republican -

court. fine not exceeding two hundred On Wednesday the 5th inst. the New Ad-eJ1iser-It"t it serve as a warning' dated,

Sec. 44. ,Be it further enacted, dollars,.at the discretion of the Board of:Aldermen met, present.seven: to our State Governments to be sure that I JMctlgeville, 1t Sept. 182J.
That if any person shall willfully court. members,who were qualified, and elected they have the right side of the argumentor "The Governor has lately demanded of
and JoJm. Jcrrison, Mayor ; Peter Alba, Sen before they declare that 'having exhau st:. the President the arrest and trial of Gen.
corruptly commit perjury, or Sec. 50. Be it further enacted, Alilermanand) buimiel.J Fry, Secretary of ed the argument, they will stand by their Gaines, according to the articles of W1r.tJ1'fok

hall by any means procure or suborn That if any person shall acknowledge : the Hoard, (the Secretary of the late board arms." We are aware that/this quotation -

any person to commit wilful or procure to be acknowledged having declined j being a candidate.) i is nearly worn out, but it cannot be too often S .;\' (Beacon}Sept. 10, lR25.

and corrupt perjury on his or heroath in of the Doctors Thomas Lawson Christopher sounded by way of caution. The :Nation's Guest,our great and distinguished .
kd or affirmation legally admin any courts of this Y. }'onda,Ruge'lio A. Sierra and Fern an. The Courier of1the I benefactor, L. FATtrn,.attended
22d .
istered in any judicial Territory any recognizance, bail: Jkloreno, and Messrs.Henry WiUon, and gives '*. I by.the benidictions o America;
S matter or which proceeding, or judgment in the. name of any George It. A. Ricketts, were then apepoint.ed copy of the intemperate Resolve I is asjain fairly embarked on tiesreatbiPlows /
may be depending other members of the Board'of of the Legislature of I of the
in person not privy or consent' I Heal Lh. Georgia on Atlantic, destined> native
any of the courts ofthisTerritory ing thereto, such person on conviction I II the affairs of the Creeks, of the r home, Thrt frigate Brandy ,
or: ))before judge C0ori J-The I bearing nia revered Cap::-
any ,I shall be punished by fine County October Term of 6th June ; and adds a number of person passed
justice, mayor, alderman or other, exceeding three a the Escambia: Cdunty Court, commences' comments, to this i Henry Light yesterday at 2 o'clock with a
hundred "menace of
dollars the : fine
breeze from
magistrate before on Monday the North.
or ,
public, arbitrator or clerk any notary in at the discretion of the court nextI-p,I Federal Government," Farewell! bravest and best of mcflr: '
or Sec. 5 1. Be it "Statesmen" it may every blessing attend thee,and propitious
deposition or affidavit taken : > further enacted, We regret learn from the gentlemanwho says, "on both
; That if exercises the : sides "f the Atlantic gales speedily wuft thee .to the
for any person shall duties of Collector have
knowing of never
any purpose whatever, or in the Customs bosom of thy family and friends, In the
1 and of {this
ly Port that the disguised from
any deposition taken wilfully resist or oppose in article themselves. the utter old world.

the laws of this pursuant'I any sheriff, coroner, or other officer ( concerning.the our last respecting the Post Office law, impossibility of the United I _
or o delivery at the Post Office
the rules, orders, and directions of of this Territury.or other person of letters from .oji' board vessels, has been States of A'merica.continuing under Washington. Sept. 15.-We rejoice tf(

t any court, judge or arbitratbr duly authorised in serving- by some, considered.as intended to cast the present form ofttoverD- have it in our power to lay before our
if or attempting to 'serve censure on the Collector : in ment-.a form sufficiently well readers the following official report; fronv
any person in taking or execute : writing the adapted .
k1 any other_ article we had n4 such CommodoreVanington, by which it will
any'I.nyf'ul intention, do the
oath or affirmation process or order of nor perhaps to Wants of an be
1 that the-
.....n. .... _.. L_-_h_*&__ to required*..* ._ by_ COUrt iudire.. iustirp nr. ,.Ioi".t.any. .we believe that (!censure would be correctly infant State, but wholly seen of the pirate hordes along
inadequateto : coast Cuba broken
.w, ouau ue };uiiiy ui wiuuuy and ---- -.w 01, applied by being thrown on i that have been completely
IN corruptly making a false oath or or any other legal process whatever department;.so jfar as we have had an those of a malurer one.-ri It up. The fact that these depredator*

affirmation, or if any person shall or shall assault or, beat any portunity of observing, we are happy op-to then gives* a string of reasons for[ can no longer exhibit themselves in such
sheriff, coroner hear witness that since it has the opinion and force as to cause inv serious alarm. VI"
constable b
procure or suborn ,OP other e under nioceeds :-]|j
any person to officer the control of the give new confidence to those,engaged ill
or present incumbent
make such false person duly.authorised :he "With respect :however, to the and
f any oath or affirmation in office has been managed with a peaceful pursuits of commerce;
serving or punctuality violent
every person so offending executing any process and attention highly. satisfactory. languageand resolutions the energy which has been 'exerCi5 ift
ahall on conviction be punished by or order aforesaid.or for having 'With regard to the duty of the Collector of the State Legislature of Georgia the extermination of the corsaiw, will adJ'

exposure on the pillory two hours served:or executed. the same, to administer to the masters or comman- (for'they proclaim, that "h v- still more to the favor which our gallant:.
arid fine every person so offending shall, on :jlers of coasting well as of foreign-,ves- ing exhausted, argument they.will navalready", so deservedly enjoys
a not exceeding five hundred conviction be eels, the oath, th at all fetters have been stand the people of the. United States.U. .
dollars, or whipped not ex punished by :a fine! ,delivered at the Post'Office,, before by their.arms,") we cannot I S. Sfiip Corutetfation, ?

"" ceeding fifty stripes at the discretion not exceeding three hundred iat.lare.at report.make entry per.niittingthern or- wish success their object,:which S Of Havana, Jug. 29th 1825. >

ol the court. discretion of the court; break ,bulk, ssUsfactory 'evidence has is avawed,.to.'be, resistance to, ,the SIR-To enable. you to ascertain: WW t

Sec. 45. Ee Provided, that any'officer whatever been produced to\is:that the instructions General Government,'for the sake .exertions have;been made h By, and wfat
I further enacted, that shall received at the'.Custom. House.and Post of success has attended the erlbrts of tne
mayor assault maintaining
That'if any person by wilful and beat 'individual or 'Office here,do'not.. warrant the officers to uncontrolled I thesystemof squadron under my command, I fonraraby

.. corrupt perjury shall cause the of his any underc.olour proceed according to our'ideas: of' the stay ry ,which prevails' .this conveyance, a copy of all the TC!'
life of another to be taken commission without, a I awful -' law, as epres1ed. last week./ .The 'in- : IntheSouttiern States. "As, A- ports made by the commander .

or-by such wilful and away, necessity to do, so., shall on I structions received.from the Departments ., theiie, as, ,Sparta, as'Rome 'wa.s. of its cruisers. /pirates. are nowof:
convict corrupt; perjury I conviction be fined' not exceeding rnustofcouree Ik followed by the Collec .wfrwill be- theypeld; slaves hare ,been, in force,lately.on either
another any offence, three hundred dollar tar of the Customs 1 and by the P6f t Master hold'ttiem." we of Cuba, they, have. not only abstatneafrom
thetcion : "
at di
which law is ; >- and JBy the same modepfaygwngj.iheie effectually
by or may be punishable of touch higli authority"we muSt bow making captures,but Have.so
such court. with'deference' t I Georgia Sena- : concealed as o.prey?"t.
person thall-on 'conviction : i with: ,the greatest re! themselves ,
!be. punished with the iamr .- S'ec.,5211 JBt further enacted; spect for the persons giving those instruc .bra .might resolve '10- 'abjure i detection..; The orderly conduct Cf' t -

.. ,infliction. or punishment That.if jiny!person or persons b all tions, we lIuat'e permitted. to, believe, Christianity .and embrace Pagan i *fishermen the coasV the'steady pursuit
which rescue anoiher that .thepo; $t"pffic<}lawidrj3b1b'tito: e ism..' of .their occupation,and.the ab g rCf
i 'Jorry indeed
; l"4egaIcustQd3 J rou : Vshould we ,
"have ,
ahall or might resulted con8trucabniinauia't of.all sujpicious :induce*
to criminal t ere'must)fie'some bt' persons ..
" vuch process such ii ballcivtbC .uffind th Genz'4lObvernmthtunatftOepfqrce : that those outlaws atpTesent o.
other person from luchper- person. mistakc.iirnbtcirdering: it'jo, ,be carried are not
Jurf. the ';rescued, I p r las( : this. \ tc 1 .o.rtliq.s1&J1 ,
persm 'would. ptf COD letjfar the:ptirnQse' refre t1n etjoVmouf\ eVif ButWe : 1
Sec. .46. Bt' It tfurlter: enacted, victiOD'be' senitnced to*'receive "1publigoo4i. :; etlinkft ;ih' u anticipate; ;no.'suchfvresult: 'and, preyn1ifsibl: ,the.de ..q? t011 .

,.1batIfanez. i : khW. directly :: if the '-sOsc u !. thst l Jif1r: f.httJIOn" Ja;t the menacie-qrt 'e Si \ glsla-;: !edAtloni! ,which: Ilia bcattc ppwaM'fderelict .
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,,"i tli great respect, your,obedient .power in par country,bt atrayeJ against ,vitb so much ease that ;soo ira1ressiof)8 rranro/ ji/i% */--The Jew NOTttJfi.eeio ., -S

Jtl"-ant.1:1T1t L. WAnRI GTON. the.the vice many, andwuch, anecdotes good that zni7.be1one..lTo have been related > .' may' / be ',thrown obff IIi'tbe 1 bate, a: 'proverb,.'", that ..he' "WhOieedsitt lP'" &nacfihe: Ltgf.t;.:

Secretary of ,the Navy l of the miserable and unti-nelj'death ,hour and by the .introduction b : ,up'hiiSoti soine-oc: l!J,".tiYe13uncIl of UjeTerrituiy'oftlwi-:

To tbe Hon. .. of,common drunkards will add one of heavy. r.Wb e..;- tie:pres$.,'$', capRiion,;raakca b'IiiihIef"auci, !d*, entitled.,An act' to incorporate*th

W&ihington. _: __ more ; happ if it slial}'be.the. means, of ,forked> \imhfa crankand; :the ,Ia* tbe Arabiatia:say ,"*that :an idle I City= of Pensacola/and improve the pubL'c -

.LIEUT..RAMAGE'S ACQUITTAL. reclaiming one individual from the paths )or of one bi.D'd"andl two ',boys to ]person U ,the devil's play-fellow.. i :reads in the neighborhood,thereof"
ruin.A .
?ta-ry Department ? of vice man and by the name William Lux between feed' the cylinder with ',paper ... Notice, is, Hereby 'Given,

S pt1ft6n14th, 1825.in 5 the 60 and 70 years old a citizen of thus aupcrcedtrig the necessity of Philadelphia: 9. A N. York That the fallowing persons hare been duly

cjn-I have the suceregratificntion Court which acquits Jackson Cotuuty,-in this State, was in the steam, water-or horse,power. Mr: 1 Paper,state, that letters,have,been, l elect d members of the,Board of Aldermen .

ntence honorably of of the charges which you habit of frequent in xication. On the Hale shall stare tbe profits of. the received, in that, city announcing of aid,City, viz : Timothy Twit-
;most 4th of he hoUse choll, William Davison, Thftna Wright,
preferred Rj gai nst y ou. July a neighbor's nvention for '" which,% caveat is that the yellow feer had broke
tet e been, relieved; from arrest, and and a?ked for some whiskey,it was given entered and I have ho doubt thatit out in the ohn Jerrison, Joseph Noriega, John do
Von re your him, and he drank arm," a PITT After Philadelphia; at foot of .I a Rua, Peter Alba, Henry de Grand Pr6
rtwred to i te sen'iceVith ample character;i sitting short time he departed for home. will supersede other presses, Walnut' stieet. This is riot ,the .and Francisco Moreno.

merited that your, and a forme afe pledge good Ibf the He never arrived there, and it was not as the cost will be very reasonable., fact-there was a partial 'rumouro&his John Jerrison,

futiirc':!s that it will be sustained without ; known for some time what had become of i' H Ide11t.I kind in iriis.city, but it ,has 32"11.' Mayor.
him. On three fcfter
Thursday days a I ; altogether subside Not a single l
reproach.lam I
very respectfully, Sir, your..obe.e buzzards neighbor flying observed.about a, and great searched number for1 of We are informed by a gentle- case of yellow fever has been reported : NOTICE. _. '

; .servant L. SQUTHAilD. the carcase. He found the body of William nan from the interior of Mexico, to.the, Health Office, andif 4_. TAKEN up on the 25th Sep.

SAM'L.. 1 Lux partly ,devoured. by! (at it supposed I hat it was understood, a few, ,days any had occurred, it must, ofnecessity tember last, a negro slave, .nyc
Lt"J nn: Rlura: A lamentable I before he General I1J,1 feet ten and three quarter inches .
Washington..Vofolk ) dogsaudbuzardi left there, have been so reported.
(J. S. A'flry. of the high ; call himself
spectacle-an example perilous Wilkinson, was dead-the particulars
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situation of those who yield themselves JAMES
FridaSeptember 16. we have not heard bta'ed. lI'CHi
willing \icnms to i11leillperance-the ,,
} Tlp two datigercnis cases of fever rc- bane of all domestic or social 1 enjoyments 1 National Gazette. '" SHIP and says that he belongs to Mr

Tjurled on board the frigate Constellation, -the most brutalizing vice of wiiich man Hope, "ho lives'near Iobile. The owner :
"pon her arrival here from the West In. can be guilty. Literary I Prizes.=The New- i of said,slave.is requested to come :forward _

;'cs. vc regret to slate, have proved f.. York Mirror| offers Thirty Dollarsfor prove property and pay charges.
t'al the first is! Mr. Anthony \V. Baker, n lIv James Collins
midshipman! a native of Louisiana, From the Baltimore American. the best American Moral Tale, l< 9 ,,
lite a Joseph Spiatt, a marine. The for- Benejit of Houses of Correction. not exceeding three ordinary columns I English's Mills hear Pensacola,

an.l ir.crdied onY ednesd.y morning-the Ihe editor of the Brunswick ; and | Twenty Dollars for : _Poi'tof l! n$ \a. October 1st,.1825.-;32-tf. .._.

Jattcr yesterday morninjf. No other case (Maine) paper informs his readers the second best of the same cha ENTERED.

cffe\cr ren>uns on board the bhip., that he has received of ,
a communication racter. The premiums Thirtyand
The U. S, Trigate Con tcllation, Captain Oct. 3...:-Schr. San Antonio,.
in which, the author ery Twenty ,Dollars are also offer- 1826.
Woolsey came up yesterday Roich New Orleans
Hampton Roads where she arrived on honestly testifies to the utility of ed for the first and second best.Poetical articles, to'lhe Master., Cargo sun-
}!onday last and anchored between the houses of correction from stlf-ex-I Essays, on any subject compatible -
Schr. Harriet Maura New Orleans
3'orts.-Jleacon.Jatchcz. perience. Awaking in the morning with,ihe plan of the Mirror;

-+- he writes, from the senseless : and comprised in no* less than fifty ; Cargo 9 boxes merchan- Just ileceivedand for Sale

September, 14. state in which I had been confined nor more ,than one hundred' and dize to Henry Ahrens., 1 box Almanacs ;.LTTUZPen8acol
/!rfliVi J\'arir-Thc Sexton report I and 1 canister wufers to
I led to reflect on lines.
was my fifty
1>tIt one death in the City since the 6th dreadful situation, had I been: j: i, W. H. Hunt. 60 bags salt, 55 bbls. Book Store,
:\11'. ".lo11 \ P. M'Neil!. ofbillious fe-
inst. flour -
A er,a resident of the country, where he summoned to the bar of the Eter- : Toleration'-O' .) the 1st July, 22 whiskey, 20 peices mllflm; '

became infected with the disease ol nal, in a similar state to Athat in.. the executive of the province of cotton b'agging to the Master. I

vhich: :lie died." which I had been there placed. Buer.os Ayres| transmitted to the 4.-Schr. Bachelor Lopez, Louisiana & Mississippi
Blakely ,Cargo. 5 tierces 8 bbls.
I This, with a comparison betweenmy lloUbC of Representatives the project
Fron the 'It/J'ltll-JrJf1"naT.- 50 boxes, 3 baskets, 1 box nud sundry Almanac for 1826.
present prison and that eternal of a law! on religious toleration
The LeVmgton Gt/ette of the 15th July furniture to S. Bill.
gives the !)art>uhrs of the commence- prison where all drunkards,p couched inthese words :- CLEARED.Oct. Price-per grace" g 10
!;lent at the Transylvania University.lich Sec. mast forever d *elL made an 'The right Which every man has to dozen, 1 '

, ,,' is said: :o have been very biilliant, impres&ion on my mind, which I worship God according to his own I 4.-Schr. Angelina, Ross, single one, J2.J -

'i both as regards the respectability and trust will not be easily defaced." conscience, shall be inviolable in New Orleans'; Cargo 18 hides ,)y Country merchant* are requested to
, } utv.bcrs (If the audience which assem- Finlay and Rushtcn, Passenger $ forward their orders without delay, as buta
We should be glad to hear of a similar the Territories of th is province.
'. a tll ; will be ''I
Med, and t le talent displayed by the Rev. Mr. Clupp Mr. Fe'rrielitJ.I quuiiti } .kept 6n hand, 'II
confession from all that burnt di ordvfa
oung competitors for distinction. The lay w filing will occur if
Subjects appear; to 113 to have been judiciousyseUctcd have bem confined in our useful Mobile Sefit. 27.-The fever 'tho's.Vrigol and Mr. F. Pas-; they are not received iri short time.V. I

I IV ; and well calculated to !nemilcniiury during the past with which the city was afflicted quier. \ Huseli 1-1 u at..

instill und cherish sentiments the most has apparently subsided in a ARRIVED.Oct. I October 7th, J8..5.LIST .1
suitable: to our condition and our ir.! titu- year.It 4.-U S. Ship John Adams -
great measure, within the last few -
I tions. Such topics as_** The cultivation
of Moral ExcellenceThe nexhaus- is curious to discover how soon war weeks. Some families, principally J. J Nicholson Esq. Com. I of Letters remaining in

liblesources! of Knuwle-c"-The love teaches tIe means of retaliation and I Creoles, have returned, and more from cruize (see editorial head.) Post Office at Pensacolao

,if home and country"The Interests enlarges the sphere of doing mischief, the persons visit! the city, during the U. S. transport Schr. burprize, ,. the 3dih day of Si-ptembrr,
of'the{ Wesl" The influence of Education l longer it is .-Thirty-one Colombian Wilson Mubile Point. Passenger
of late than which if not taken
and The Love of i vessels, according to the last: clay, formerly.Whether i out within -
Life" I Happiness".it Pursuits"- "The French papers,are now cruiung tor Spanish it would be prudent to I II Irdy *.-Maj. De Hussy, Messrs. three months, will be 'torwarueJ.
elary -
progress i
I of Liberal r-iICJ'lcs"'The Matual property in the Mei.itciranean. And much on; these appearancea Bingham, Hyde and S. Bill and lady to the General Post Office as dead

influence of Education; and Liberty." yet me King of Spam talks as familiarly of for a continuation: of this stale of L Misses Bliss and Clark. Letters.A.Samuel. .
be often i hilt ::i'&s it' nothing had been done SAILED. F,
Ike. cannot too considered in all province health is not for us to T.
say. Anderson
their views and relations, nor too often Would his royal mjjesiy be willing to Oct. 6.-U. S. Transport Schr 2,
made the subject ot reflection and discus- trust his own sacred person in those seas, Register. Florida Baker Margaret Allen/ ,E. H.Alexander.' r
i in the of those whom he is still Appalachicola .
fcion'among the li generation. It is company B. ;
ng -Albert!. K. B fcvr .
with under the command Henry
thus that the character*and tendency pleased to call his subjects ?-IdenftPresses. Fire Arms:as a Walking Stick. troops 11. .
,,j cur peculiar institutions will be most 'use- -The Sheffield Mercury states,, of Capt. P. Wager. Brackenndge 4, John H. Bryan "

"\ ,jullv developed ; und that the generations .-The Daily and American that a patent) has been granted to I. Absalom Breeiand, JaineiBright _

to come will be qualified to preserve have clubbed purses, and sent Mi. James Cook, of Birmingham, Office.CBy James O. Baxter, Israel
snul extend the blessu which will l\\nager's Baxter Mrs Bolt
gs they George M
to for which will 1 for
! receive from their England a press, certain improvements: in mak-
ancestors. An Uni- Brooke 2.Jevotiore.
; 'vcrsrty bejor.d the forest i isan object strike off 2000 numbers per hour ing locks foi guns, pistols, Sec Authority'the State of Aewl'ork.JSPLENDIJ )

" worthy of our eOllgr tu1.r\iJs and good Mr. Waiktr: nas purchased one of The object otthis invention' is the ) C.- Cotton, William

'i; "\vilues ; and one conducted as the Tran Napier's which is sliortly expected construction ;of gun and pistol Collins, William Cross, Joseph
:: fcl\ania University to be, demands 1F4J mm Callow James
" und issue ay, Coloin Isaac
t: : on the ground ofits intrinsic utility ; as we as many papers locks upon a ,more simple principle 9 ,

" our particular favor and assistance.AVe ; .- L as any in the city, (tne Daily than those hitherto made. instead To be Drawn m the City of New-York on Clarke 5.

't i:':, believe Air. Caldwell, who lately lectured and Pus excepted) we hope to: of the :, usual main spring,, the 4th January, 1826, D.-Francis L. IXide 4, WH-

, in this c'.ty: on Phrenology, is one of have one of them. formed as a'; lever, the patentee And finished in Minutes. liam'Diiwson, S iml. J. Dc Camp 3.'

the Professors at this institution. Mr.C'aldu There is a man in this city by proposes thai the hammer shouldbe E.-Alfred W. Elwes, Jonathan
ell is not unknown in the literature
of our country. The degree of nachdorJf the name of Clarktho makes projected forward in a right -=- B Ellis 2, Capt. R. E t ter.F. .
45 6
TO BE: *
( Arts was conferred on 53 : and that of\ small steam engines, of one, two line, by means of a helical or -------- .-C A. Finlay 2, Benjamin
)'Iastel'of Arts on 18 students ; some ho- and three horse: po\V r.Ve set worm spring,' by which contri- Foster 2 Thomas
Each Ticket 3.Number in ,
jiorary degrees were also granted, \\Inch, our wits to work, and invented a vanceall the'operative' parts of the: having Combina Ferguson.

'with the degrees graiitetl at the Law and l little steam press of one and a gun lock are]contained in a cylin- tion. ,I
J. B. Yates & A.
Medical: ; coiiuntDcenietts, mike a total of M'Intyre, G.-William Grune 2, Thomas'
327, ub.ch: h have been bcstoved by thisI half horse power, which, with: ler within th : head of a walking Managers. Grubbs.. "

-ulv'trbity during the present year. boiler and apparatus, would occupy stick. The bck, with" all the me t '
no more room luau a Clymerpress. chanism for Discharging the gun, 1 0 5V33 I Hall Edward L.

From lie Richmond JF/j/-. .-The form lay as usual on beini? within a diameter of the : (!)LiUWWil Harris, Nathaniel Hay den, Joseph

The Grand Jury for the. Super- the press, and the fall of the pis barrel, its appearance, is simply) I Henley, Nathaniel Hutson, John

rior Court of Law for the trial of ton would bring down the lympai I Iwith : that of an ordinary cane, with a OF THE NEIV-l' ORK STAT'& Huff, Jonathan Hugans, Levi Harris -

', Criminal causes, returned into I : a lever force and as it would buckhorn he; d and A plug ferrule : lAteuature Lottery, : James, Hamilton,John Harvey,'

,'",, r.ourt last evening at half past six, rise the tympanvo'dId 'turn, auU in the bottom or muzzle. The James Harris.
"" after a most laborious und diligent I the other side CLASS 3, for 1826. J.-Jdojes1 Johnson John Jones.
" ex... .oe a tedded d sight is taken along the barrel. : ;
I 1 Prize of RlOO.OOO, is RlOO.OOO.
enquiry, and in One
brought liun- cusniou the size ot the fonn to i I - -- K.-Lawrence Kearney Barney
1 do 50,000- 50u\.lO ,
elre.l and Nine Presentment* for contain ;h' ink1;: ai.d to blacken tht.type. : F o7J the-JVatchez Gazette. 1 do 20,000- 20,000 Kelly.L. .

vaiious violations I j of the Acts of T'vo lios sand: nay to I The reptit described in the following 1 dp 10,5001O,5u)0 .-Alexander Lawrimore I

Aiscmbly made for the suppression airange urid uke off inc paper.A article was caught by Mr. 2 do 5,00010OW ..V m. Lear; Thomas Long, Capt.Juhn

of Gamn ;;. peck of coals and a boner, tht: Irby, at his residence the: vicinity 4 do 2,500'10,000 Lanier. ,

Tweniy-five of these presentments a ze ol'a common wash Utlle, of this city, a few days ago ; 10 do 2,000- 20,000
39 do 1,00039 V :M..-Wm.Mc'Nealy 2, Charles
were against individuals for alone he killed the old and several
were wanted. So IVr one,
so 78 do 500- 39uOO
M.tHin .
2 Sween .McSeenV1n..
exhibiting Faro Banks--one for ex- j;ood-but we stuck in the iuius: other young ones at the same time. 468 do' 10046,&)O :

iiibing Roulette! -one for suffering of our iiii\nion-we can disco 1' : He slated to us, that it had the 4,446 do 50 2-:! ,300 McLeod; Robert. McDowell., \V;n.lathesoD. .

::nd pfTPuning the game of no mode o! supplying tne cubniou exact appearance of two snakes, -

llouleue to be exhibitedand fif- with ink. A Yankee geuiuswoaild when in the tjrass, and he believed 5,051 Prizes,' #'67,60 C/ P.-John Page 4*, Kfmp Plum-

ly-nine, for playing at Faro and wear all the hair +8 his head be- was so, until after giving a 9,139 Less Blanks than 2; Blanks to'a Prize.! mer, Alex'r. B. Pinkham,' John' a

Uoulelle. I i lore he would condescend to ask blow, it turned" over, and exhibitedthe Home Puryii, 2, Harvey, Porter,
Prizes Payable ih.the ,
William, Pinkney Collector
I advice ; but as our press will never odd appearance of one snake forty day after the drawing ; but the cash

,! 7iicK-:oMD, Ind. August70.lulemperance. i exceed 300 dollars cost, and will with two distinct heads and tails. may be had immediately, subject to the Vest, Capt. Peter Pelham. '

: rcutlc off the impl'esaionsithout Lu'sus Daturas.-Was exhibited usiul deduction, of 15 per cent. R -LTah. Le Roy & Co. 3, Peter:

J "Thy atrIstlie drunkard's lips, fail or labor, we beg, our brethrenof in this city, for a few days WflW. ..,.raJJW Rogers,' Stephen Reynders, James'
,1I Thy incense is the midnight bowl snak about twelve inches Robert 3.Jamesr. .
I And whilst de\otedly he ; the type to club their wi's vritn past, a : \ri of 'Lkks.: '
sips, '
The waves of ruin whelm his soul." us, aid get us'out of the dilemma.No in length, 1 aving two distinct .. .. S>- W.' Shine, lessee

j, If there be any vice whichmay be call- other presses would be in use, heads, perfectly natural in their Whole : : : :':", g50 |)|Quarter:: : 812.50. Stroud 2i; Thomas ,Smith,. Capt.'
Half: : : : : 251 j| Eighth! :': : : : 6 25 '
and John J. Smith
, d could eachapparently Smith .
the prevailing one of our country, it is we repair or remove this little appearance, ,
t JSTEMPFRAKCE. It seems to cncrcase difficulty.-AbaA' Advocate. endowed wi .h all the functional This:is the most magnificent Scheme I ,Capt 'R. M.

with our growth! as a nation, and ha* become powers usua ly posse8sed' by one. that has ever been offered for the patronage Sands. ,
of the friends .Lottery adventure I in
u sin in tile land. Tne :
!" crying means About one inch from the heads, America. The' small number of Tickets .T.-ASrahaui Touts, Captain
,! indulgence in this disgusting \ice are Printing Press...I stated"tometime .
**-itlun the reach of all. Legislative e- I the necks ut itedf and' afterwardsthe .and:the unexampled? demand for them, u Ri hrdi'ice., ) : ,. F
that had S
ago completed a. there will not bea '
luctnients for resli-aining! it, have little if mall body presented the extraordinary a .UmCiCfltW5Tttht' 'W..W1IIiit'H.SVhfte, ,Peter
torce the steam press, or a press to exterio of wen Corated' individual i' chance' ft, for week before, tledafixed y ,
any trom reprehensible negli- a Wallen Wea\berlj ,''Wni
Peggy ,
work drawing and that the price ,
with ) for tbe
lever ;
and with ,
, ,
gtnce of those it is enforce power
to six inches
wl1oseduty for boifiveor: ,
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will rise to Jane Woodfolk John1Wright
I sufficient :of Tickets shortly $60. While, Mary .
j.j the many ways that are contlived'to rapidity to produce 2 000 -when diverging, tails or"'a therefore ..
twc Gentlemen'are : requested Berrett WhItton Da-'
err M..
evade .
then Consult the records of impressions :
j.i hour
i per' but could regular forn and ,equal dimensions to be early in their application; as all Orders' "
dealhs'in id' Williams Machy 'M. Wilson.
our towns und cities, and it will not mailed before the will ,
discover a satisfactory mode : actually *
be f i went t ,complete the' structure '
I that the >
II a large proportion are
BoBerr i Mitchell-
of '
j victim intoxication.. Search through supplying my ink rollers, and of tins c uribu* reptile. ', be entitled to be supplied atthe, present. .

!1 the prisons the and all the cba- solicited the ,co-operation of some rates., "- Post Matter.Peimcola ..
1i i hospitals, Quere. i ks: the briinls ,the proper NQtes of the Bank:of the Jolted --
1I Wble institutions of. and of my Yankee brettie .-A Mr. % SOth-Stpt. 18 *.":-,3t.0 .
our '
country ,
I and only organ thought, according States'and its branches, and, generally; ... ,'
,, they will be found filled, almost excluwvely W. II., Hale, drhp, hails I understand Cald well's phrenology the'Notes of all Banks,that pay:specie,received \ ,4 :
to '
I r !
,by the victims $ liquors, '
spirituous from :Boston and is silversmith Mail Aft&hgement.UE .
or the sons and of a ;. pro'vi edt:this animal'entertained at par. ,
daughters intemperate called and Also Meflil&P&ft11t' on any' | on Thursday 3 P. M.
Brents uponme soon \\
in this it 'bemes thought in ifr :
state a ;
tilings ytjous4 .Ticeiredfreeiy
,Cities and'Prixe Tickets; '
the removed the difficulty the formation '' of the laige il J Closes on Friday,t 10 A lfc ,:
h? duty of every triatu to tlo all in"Powerto by brain,-"the otKefcJbutd: not ,s.ire1y; ,in payment S ,Mitchell
restrain retailers: of iquors of an ink trough, which Robert. ,
\\itht be,regarded lis. ::accountable, and. if : .6JlLtterto bepost.psidrliMilsin7 p.-'JWtei-,
? the bounds,.prescribed by "U>r.---. supplying. one roller comm'unicates 'be relied, oo f:as'beingrtericctly'tafe S"
et ; ,: hot how could penisbWnt! be inflicted "
: Congress lay a distilleLtt 1 ) ; !.aaCo1a s p 'Sotb; 25-3 .
Ira. beuvy.tax upon the ink 'rapidly to the other ofiender withoutalpunt for,,aU remittance*. : ....
onthe ,
every sober exert what E', v
man '
fncVielway:powess in his neighbor- rolleri: and, after'a short lime. myO, ;0' sbidj the'.innocent) I" :since, ,' L" YaesrM'1. : tyre, : ', ,' K "1 ,

ood' ,to discourage the use or iU But v model' ,was complete, and, is 1r.:1i. ,!ei"a ta d.soaintelyconhetedi' 1\ ',;, f{ .;JV4SH1TGTOJ. Cir r: '

wo e cJlrlct public opinion, that mighty simple and efficacious, and works : ...c I ., \\A" ,329t...;, ',' << j ,F'SlttbiSQftir: r +. "
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d ; The ;Subscriber : ,) .... .. Jr" ;'.: the following received ?*; ssu ,additiQ\r
: f ( .k >Sad irons: ,weeding hoc;trac" diiun..' ,.: :Tt1STl'ecetC4IP; 'b.rtSt.C1... ..1r;' $.. "r at tbb,General Post Office in the to the assortment Stationary' before '
TtAJuit': received,per Mary,.Washington 'Cotton cani i'wire*ieT5; ''* TIron e pet roM N w t and for. iafcaaditional ',City*of"Washington,'until: Saturday the hand'coJlSls6ng; or I\

i ii ,.from Philadelphia' and .1. now "weights U t setts tin sctles" Sc measures above,.ah-" assortthentof Books, lst'hidi: y of October next, inclusive. L ttr, P*p ,'plain and gilt edged

opening a general and well selected"assortment in setts among whic are the following, IN FLORIDA. 'Blank Books, assorted sizes', '. 4

of Tin scoops and funnels assorlted; NEW WORKS. 122. 'From. Pensacola by the ,county Paste,Board, Drawing paper, I

Common and rivetted tin cups. ,. seats of Giddeo, .1jackso5n, and Walton, Extra fine led Sealing \\'a;
< < m Coffee pots, sauce-pant: ,'pudding pans,r Kothelan, a'lories Romance. of the.'English His-. to Tallahassee,once. a week Japan band Boxes -' .

,I suited to the present and ensuing seasons: Wash basins, blue printed,painted and :'h 'Itinhope's ** Leave Tallahassee: every Monday at 6 Kidder's Durable Ink, tod
if consisting of cream colored plates, __ S t' Letters on.Greece, in 1823 a. m. and arrive a't' Pensacola on Friday .. Camel's'Hair Pencils. .

Fine and superfine blue, black and drab do do do do. .twifflers, :, and 1824. with Documents on the Greek by 10 a. ... ALSO

cloths. 1 do do do 'do dishes ass'td.. Revolution and' the' ,life of ,Mustapha Leave Pensacola every Friday, it 2 p. A 4 few- dozen, Webster's Spelling Booh

do. do. do. and mixed cassuneret, do do do do'teas, Ali, I' ,,sucbanan'i .and arrive at Tallahassee: on Tuesday Pensacola 26tti July,182sPROPOSALS
sattinetts (10 do do chambers, B Sketches of the :ttorfh Arae- ,
low .
and .
I Sup. priced by 6pvr. BO.HTONlfJRp
t Tartan and Caroline plaids, do. do do doewers&bacicj, rican Indians, with a plan for their,melioration 184. ,From Tallahassee by Sewaney :

Men's ready made plaid cloaks, do do do pitchers, ; I Ferry and.Dill's to St. Augustine, once intwo

Green bai&e and flannels, do "do. do dobowla, Th odoric, a Tale, and .other Poems by i weeks, 237 miles. ,' !

t White, yellow and red do. Upright aod heavy j pint tumblers, Thomas Campbell, '1 Leave Tallahassee-every other Wednesday FOR PUBLISHING BY .

Plain and figured black bombazetts, JLSO The COQk'lpracl containing' Receipts at 6 a. m.'and arrive at,St. Augustine THE LIFE SUBSCHlprrOv.-'

Figured blue and pearl do 1 Cogniac brandy, Holland gin, for Plain Cookery,'!tc. &c. &c? I on the .next flonday.by 6/>. m, OF THE

i1. Denmark satin, bangup cord, Madeira, Teneriffe and.Lisbon wine, Biography of the British Stage being. the I Leave St. Augustine every other Tuesday BOSTONBAB,]) "
Rose and point.blankets, Imperial and young hyson teas, Live of the principal Actors and Actresses I at'6:a. m. and arrive at Tallahassee WITH A PORTRAIT .

Tt Twitted negro cloths, rugs, Loafaugar, Jamaica coffee, i the next Sunday by 6/. m. ---.- _BY___*J) ]U.lI ,
ij lt Real and imitattoq.cakhmere shawls, Pepper, pimento and mustard, The History, of Matthew aid, by the NOTES. In youth,
l \ Drab and colored Waterloo Shawls, Shot assorted, bar load, author of Valerius &c. .. I feet lS3YthCrugged roadTo
White do. do. points, Gunpowder in kegs and canisters, Hallam's View of ,Europe, during the 1. The Postmaster General may expedite And My ,were doomed to tread.
, Imitation merino do. Middle Ages j. the 'mails, and alter the times for san el took misfortune's lead
I' Cut nails,assorted, copperas, ,
And bared
I c do. and colored Cotton shawls, Sperm. candles, yellow soap, segars! The Spanish] Daughter, arrival and departure, at any time durifg to Heav n my head.

Valencia and toiline vestings, German'pipes, chewing tobacco, snuff The Human! art, the continuance the contract, he paying .

L Swansdown and Marseilles do. Flour in bbls, crackers in kegs, TIle Highlanders, a Tale, an adequate compensation for any extra tl\e Ihibttc.

( English and imitition black silk do.k Rye whiskey and gin in bbls. Scenes in Europe, Scones 1O.Amenca, expense that may be occasioned there- frequent
l Ready made vests and shirts, Porter, ale and cider in boies, The Blank tiook ofa small Colleger,' by. ,And he reserves the right to abridgeany '.THE anxiety requests of friends anl

t Paddings and buckrams, 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 window glass, Living Plays 4th, 5th 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th contract made under"this advertisement generally, to become exprcssed.by better the public

Domestic \ and 4-4 plaids and stripes, Swedes iron, German steel and 10th volumes, when he.thinks it proper, and to deduct 1 with the history ot the <'Jloston. acquaints:
, do. do. checks and tickings, mould' TOGETHER WITH from the compensation at the ratio I
Castings assorted, plough has, xt length, induced him attest
t I do. denims and coltonades, Cotton bagging,bale rope.and twine. Haley's Works complete, in 5 vols. p ai&undcrthe contract, for lessening i the publication of his life,
, do. } brown arid bleached shirtings, All of which will be sotf, wholesale or Rollins Ancient History, 8 vols. duties of the contractor. a number of his ., which together v'ith

4-4- steam loom and S. Island do. retail, at the lowest marketprices, for Plutarch's Lives,-8 vols.x 2. Ten minutes shall be allowed, for opening 1 I s aril attached to poems the narrative.are neees1 .

1 Domestic brown & bleached sheetings,, cash, cotton, or approved paper. Josepluis'a YYorks, 6 vols. and closing the mail, at all 'offices : ccption character, unmerited Ilis on.

r Ginghams and imitation searsuckers, John Jerrisonjr.Pensacola Hamilton on ;Purgatives, where no particular time is specified. .. lews of health, and the cansure

Bordered gingham robes assorted, Armstrong on Typhus Fever, 3. For every thirty minutes' delay, i life at any time, have treat each uncerlainu0f
t .. .. Fancy!and furniture prints, newest style Oct. 1st, 1825. Miner and Tully on Fevers, (unavoidable accidents excepted,) in arriving : i influence in hastening his determination had a duV:

_' l 'and patterns, Orfila'fc Practical Chemistry, by Coxe, after the time prescribed in any : And, if I' variety' the
; Bear ducks, Osnaburgs,brown Holland, Fresh Goods. Powel on Contracts, contract, the contractor shall forfeit five the readers of tins workwilj very pice of life,"

Plattilias, Morse's New Gazetteer, dollars ; and if the delay continue until, mental find their
repast sufficiently
S 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens assorted, in the departure of depending mail reasoned tu
,3 Walker's Dictionary, Octavo and Pocket,I any j please even the palate ot'an /
wbole and half pieces, 1 RECEIVED by the latest arrivals a Milton's Works, 2 vols. gilt, whereby a trip is lost! a forfeiture of dou-, The sorrows and misfortunes cpicure

'1 Irith und Russia diapers, i general asso.rtmcnt. of Thompson's Seasons, 1 vol. gilt, lethe amount allowed for carrying she i and those of his father's house ofhimsejf
Lawns and linen cambricks, I Beauties of Shakespeare, do. mail one trip, shall be incurred, unless it the childhood of the began in
.; Pink and other colored do. GOODS Campbell's Poems, do.lIen"ey's shall be made to appear that, the delaywas lies and gtief therefore author; these calam
Cambrick and jackonet muslins, Meditations, do. occasioned by unavoidabe accident ; begetting there are not of late

fi. Swiss and rr.ull do. suited to the season. Pilgrims' Progress, do.Pope's in which caSe the amount of pay fora trip foreign to;himself must that have been a cause
Plain and figured book do. Work:i, 2 vols. do. will be forfeited.. ; cause shall\ be
142 blankets
3, 3 1.2 and 4 point made known with a due
,;,:. Pattinett,cambrick dimities, '1 Duffield and Whitney blankets, Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do. r 4. Persons making proposals are required feelings of the l ving-. Except regard to the
ruffles and collaretts my nio.
Figured 7-4 to 14.4 double rose do. :Flannels, I ALSO, to statelheiJ.'prices by the year ther, sister and brothers, I stand indebted
Swiss points, insertion trimmings, white & blue plains, Bushings, kerseys, I Those rho contract will receive their to no living refative for
Bordered white and colored cravats, The Sorrows of: Werter, Vocal Standard, any favor what
sattinetts, assol ted qualities, pay quarterly-in the months of May,I ver. If the clouds which
:; Life of Franklin, Paul and veiled the
Handkerchiefs Virginia, morning
Madrass a variety, -
sup.and common clotns anil ca9sim ret, William Tell August, November and February, one :sun oflife, have been broken :
Berkley do. and colored flags, ,: Gulliver' Travels, &c. &c. and w'
bleached & month after the of each
Gauze and cashmere hd'kfs. brown & shirtings sheetings, i WHICH, expiration quar persed ; ifundera self-given appellation

I r Barge and Merino,; do. superfine indigo do. and furniture together with the stock heretofore ter. Ic bave meritedany eiicgniiums for mv pu.'sical .
Black Lavent'me do.' plaids 5 No other than a white productions ; and if.those produc
: checks) various qualities, hand, conposes| a very extensive and persont have
: B.irdanna and flag do. ge shall be employed to curry the a tendency to instruct, arr.use,

:ft ...... F",.ncy China do. do. ? A handsome Assortments era\at assortment the New-York\ of books, and for will cash.Country .be 6. Where the proposer intends con o t!; enligjiten the understanding, the kind:

; White and colored satins, Irish linens and lawns, linen checks, Merchants and prices vey the mail in the body of a stage carriage ness of kindred has not in any manner, not

.:: Figuredblack gros de Naples, x\ 4-4,5-4 and cambrics, Libraries furnished on the public most or private liberal I he is desired to state,it in his proposals at any time,been productive of these e-

l'' '". Black levantine, black cotton velvet,, 7-8 and 6-4 jacconets, terms< and such books as are ordered and I ; and the stage must be of sufficient vents. If 1 have been an hungered, the

;, Blac A. scnshaws and sarcenetts, Sup. cambric prints, new style, aiv.MH on hand, will be cured with'asJuile I size, unless otherwise expressed, to bread of the atrapger has strengthened
arid colored Mandarme second & do furniture pri conveniently seven me ; if weary, on hi* cquch have 1 .
do. crapes, common prints, ) delay asj possible. Orders from a ; convey passengers. reposed
do. do. Canton do. bleached and brown Russia : offer in ,, slumbered: and refreshedto the
sheetings;, di-i.mce; will be as promptly attended to 7. Every proposer may his_,bid,
: hessians : s trang r, therefore, am indebted, and I
4 do. do. Italian do. ticklenburgs, HIM meet with the to make improvements the transportation
same liberality as a L
'f:: Women's black and white silk hose, Ladies white cotton hose, reiiiunal application.VV. of the mail, from the terms invited, tender him that which I owe no one else,

do. do. and colored worsted do. white, black, slate and lead worsted do. either as to'themode of transporting it,, gratitude. The heat of the day has been

;.l" do. and misses' white cotton do. white and grey lamb's wool and worsted I Hasell Hunt.. the sIVcl required, or the frequency of borne a/one, havingavays been as ur,
::( )1 &es' silk and Vigoniu do. half hose, April 12lh, 1825.SHERIFF'S. the trips per week which shall receive willing to ask assistance where a refusal

.t.t do. worsted and do. half do. elegant figured silk for dresses, due consideration.The was certain, as 1 am now solicitous of e>>.

., ; do. black and white silk do. do. llarrege robes, gingham and cambric do number of the post route shall be clusively enjoying that credit for my pc-

do. white cotton do. assorted, and a large assortment of other, fancy and i SALE. stated in every bid, and the proposal 1 must ems which candid men may think proper

Children's worsted boots, staple articles Superior 'Court Went Florida. be sealed and directed to the General] t bestow.
'I Cotton apd silk suspenders. 15 packages men's Hold and boun I ) Post Office,and endorsed Proposal:." Boston Bard

i Men's and women's white silk gloves, shoes, Sarah Boon, Admt'x} strict attention must be given to the Mount Pleasant, JV. Y JUarch, 1825.
: do. do. hoskm do. thick sewed and do & fie fa.NathanShackleford.j .
pegged brogans I, vs. > endorsement, as it is not intended to The work will contain about two, hundred
;, do. beaver and dogskin, do. women's, girl's and boy's leather shoes :; break the seal of proposal until the: pages, duodecimo, printed on !Jm
Women's white and colored kid do. and fine brogans, t virtue of this execution, I shall proceed time for receiving any bids shall have expi: paper, with a fair and neat type and offer! *
Figured tuille and thread laces,. 3 cases Hrewsters" extra beaver hati, to sell at Public Auction for red. I ed to subscribers at one dollar; cash CMdelivery.
. .::: Cotton lace and fringes, made to order. cash, on Tuesday the irst day of November .

White and black Upes No. 25, wool hats, boy's castor do.- next, at 12 o'clock, at the CourtHouse 8. The Postmaster General reserves to There will not be a greater number of

'. Black and colored silk galoons, .ALSQ in Pcnsacola, the following real himself the right declaring any contractat copies printed than what are subscribed
'h Edged satin and belt ribbons, 200 ps. Dundee & Kentucky bagging, estate, now occupied by \ 'm. McVoy, an end, whenever one failure happens, for.

,.,; Fancy figured and stamped do. in setts, 100 coils bale rope, baling twine, vizAll the remainder of the unsold land which amounts to the loss ofa trip. ar Subscription be returned .
papers may
Black velvet mantua do. 80 barrels whiskey, 50 bass coffee, in the tract of tight iiiindrid arpents, adjoining 9. The distances stated are such as have, by mail, in an envelope, to the

do. and colored gimps and cords, I 8 barrels loaf and lump sugar, to this City on the east and fronting been communicated to. this office, and Post Masterat Mount Pleasant, N. Y. and

Black Ostrich feathers,artihcial flowers, 30 baskets" sweet oil, on PensacplaBay, granted to Francis, some of them may be incorrect : On this it is desirable that the J list of the patrons

.... Fancy necklaces and buckles, / 2i boxes 8 tf 10-9 X 1U-10 X 1,2 co Moreno, ami) conveyed by acts of sale s Hbjectthe contractor must inform him should be forwarded as soon as possible.
.; Floss and sewing cotton ,assorted, window glass, to this defendant ; together with all the self-the Department will not be answerable Post Masters and others who obtain and
Patent and nun's thread, do. 3 tons castings, 2 tons swedes iron, improvements] consisting of for any mistake. become-responsible for eight subscribers

.., Blue Italian sewing silk, German and blistered steel, 10. No bid shall be withdrawn after the shall receive one gratis. .
t,..., Plain and lined parasols, 50 kegs cut nails, .1 TORF.B:" DWELLIVGHOUSES :: .. .: time receiving bids: shall have expired, Subscriptions receired this" Of
Senshaw and sarcenet umbrellas, Madeira, Tenerifie ;* d Malaga winesin ,. n :: I.! and should
refuse to take the fice.
lii :: : any person
Letter and .
e cap wrapping paper, quarter casks, ; contract at his bid, he shall be held re -

4 Bonnet boards, spelling books, superior old cogniac brandy, out Houses &c &..C.And sponsible to the Department, for the difference
) Inkpowder, quills and pencilt1lel1's -, a few boxes oia St. Juhen claret, and a also one, other tract of land, containingeight between his bid, and that at which i.elca College

I : Beaver and castor hats, general assortment. of groceries, for sale hundred arpents on Durand'sBluff the contract shall be made. No decisions OF
do. Uoram and Wool do.Boy's .
S by Cscambiu County, granted to Antoine I- on bids shall be made known before the SOUTH CAROLINA.,
morocco and wool do.Womeu'a '
; Stone & Nisbet.Oct. Collins.and. by him conveyed to this 17th '?f October, The assignment of any
straw honuei'a and do. HE Lectures of this Institution will ba
Men's fine morocco and 1st, 1825. defendant. contract without the consent of the Postmaster T. of
calf boots 'l Also two other tracts of land shall resumed on the second Monday
do. nailed and Monroe do' adjoining General, forfeit it-and in .
do. fine calf shoes and ----' the last mentioned granted to Lewis Gag- all casqs where application .make a November next, as follows ; ,,
Edwards lID -
do. thick brogans and pumps shoes, .NO'r\UE. net and Nicholas Lopez, and by them transfer is made, the terms must be fully On .Inatomy-Ry John
conveyed to this defendant stated. brook, M. u.
Women's morocco boots and shoes, To intruding settlers and Oilier, eight hundred each. containing Surgety-James Ramsay, }1. 1.).
:j do. do. heeled slips and ties, arpents 11. The contracts are to be in operationon Institutes and of.'Uedicuz.S.Henry .
who commit waste // Seized at the suit aforesaid, to the Practice
1c j do. black Valencia heeled ties, on {< /H.h/h' sum of. thousand pay the first day of January next; and continue I. Dickson. D.
seven three
i1 t do colored silk do. lands. hundred andtlnrty.nine :
do. and one
sprigs, M.
./ R. Frost
dollars 82 HatmaJledicaUenry
ents 'with
! ; Chlluren's morocco boots I year.John
t and shoes _
u i do. leather do. do. THOSE lawless persons who are ?>uI ty :11\(1 cost, and will be sold to satisfy the M'Lean, D.
and In?
on lands of the Uri.ti: .41 Postmaster Gen ral. Obnericsandliisearcs
tiint Coarse negro shoes in cases, States, 'and committing I fants-Thomas Prioleau M. 1).
waste ,
on pub);c : W. Davison General '
:Fine and low Pott-Office, .
I.f priced saddles
timber Ka
are hereby notified that and
: measures Chen\ittry Pharmacy
Eve and side iW ahi1JgtOfi City,'July 14, 1825. .
:f.i Collars and plush do. have been taken for a rigid enforcement o f I SheriffEs. COUfl1 vend), M. i).
wagon whips, the laws ofthe United SliprifPs Office Pensacola .
States in such cases Natural History and Botany.StephenElliott
it.::,i:, Saddlebags Curb and martingales, made and provided, they are hereby or July 3d, 1825.-17-lamts.same. CUWPOLA.Pursuant \ L. L. D..

,!t -* and snaffle, bridle, some very superior dered to desist from such offences forth,. I lo.arz'oraer of the Honorable S. Henry Dickson, M. D- '

t Tortoise; tucking and side combs,. to with the, utmost otherwise rigor they of the will law.be prosecute! Cantonment 3rooket Florida,7. County Court of Jackson Dean of., the Faculty.
September lit, 1825 > 24 29
Muck do. -lOt.
do.do.. August
Given under my hand, at the city of WILL %E SOLD .. ..---
T WILL ---
: ,Stamped and ivory pocket do. Washington, the 24th day of.March receive proposals till the 20th ,. --
Fine and sup. ivory and dressing do. Greo. 1825. .t December ensuing, to furnish the' To ttie MghestON wii1i: srrarr-l\'NA". &'. ,
r tII Horn and bone suspender buttons, Graham, f-oopsofthe Ignited States' Army, that ,
L Button moulds, pearl do. Commi"io, of the General Land Office. tre or may be-jatationed! at' ,Cantonment. the first ,Wednesday after the third ON HAND & FOB SALE
Gilt and 8-tlj. Urooke, with frsh beef Monday in October next, at the
p cuat vest do. ,Jrom, the,1st day .IZT THE 2 !!;.,YSdCOL4
: Fine and sup. needles and pins, of January 1826'to include the 31st day town of Chipola, the Seat of J ustice for

111 Iron and .steel knitting do. of December, 1826.Thebeefwil said,County, a part of. the lots of said m IISfltr@mm\\
$ Clock &; W ate,1\-
Silver and Tailor's Thimbles, ilr.. be required to be delivered Town. -4
. t Fancy and common seissors, THE to the troops" two days in each Term of Sale-Ten per ,cent. in advance -' AN ASSORTMENT OFSTATIQNARY
Jj Fine and sup, pen and pocket knives, SUBSCRIBER, week(the'days;,to be.designated) !in such ,. the balance in ,six and twelve 1

Ii do do dirk and jack do HAS re-commenced business at his old quantity shalj be requisite for their ra months. ,.

do do, razors: in cases, nd on Palafox street, where he tions on each. :day. ., Titles will be made on the receipt of CONSISTING OF -

Ppmcroy's,razor'cirpn. and paste, will attend strictly to all business in I his And I deem, jt necessary to apprise the lost,payment. .

Fine do. bones, Tiarbles, line. He is grateful for the former patronage lHose who may clipose to ofFerto contract, ,The,town of-'Chipola'is situated ,on_the ',QUILI.S" superior qnality)
Table knives arid forks assorted, of the Public and begs a continuance for the supply. that the beef, will 'b.' re.' western bank of the "river of'the' same Folio, Sc Cap paper,.

Common and steel spectacles in cases, favors; as he determined that no' quired to be of the best which the market .name, at the bead of navigation, and, ad .Wafers, Sealing Wax -

Shaving boxes,and'brushes, pains.shall be, spared in future, to please, can Afford,. and particular attention must joining .to',rich arid- fertile, lands on a Peg, Cork, Glass & Pocket liik-.
,. Transparent fancy shaving those who may favor him with theJr'c be had to the thereof handsome ,
soap, is- butchering as a. rigid eminence: commanding view, < '
I Paste lacking.andbrushes torn. He has on hand assortment: inspection of the stand s,
an of
wijl always be made. country: round; ,andihe. .
Shoe knives, pincers, and hammers, Jewelry. .Persons offering.to contract, will make health and good water< ,is not surpassed Reel; Ink Powder, ., ,

do Snuffboxes uckswl blades' And hafU, I .John. White. their Prop'sa1ay! : i pg" sealed and: di- by:) any. section of the'T erri oti. ; .Japanerf,Sand( ;. ojes JPant', flaxes,
:' glass beads v .
Tea tr.Th1 tsSleinatirhopks, and Pensacola, Aug. 26th, 1825,_26-rtf. retted. to -me' at' this place, statingtherate .Thos.HHdll_ -I Red, Tape. Indian. Rubber, '
: eyes, perponnd i jn single bid for which ., Lead' ,&: Slate Pencils CraonsCamclVHairu
Curtain, nhgt Bntttnia. table'and tea theyVIII 4' -_.. ,. -epCTh' :".' '0.. .do.' ,'. .
furnish ; : theyhall' be in 1 ( ; : $
sjiooni,-; > NOTICES .. formed of the' 'of Jacks7IrJouiztJf" do. :PenciICas<', r
Tutaaxa do.. do. ,do., '. either'" acceptance .their proposal The Editors of.the,Florida Intelligencerwill indelible Ink i >>ra\jDi\ Papi',.,
hereby give'n b.I4trfrom
That althe '
me or on -
next term -
r per give the above i
Tinned UB. Ubje do. > .y.', of the fton.tlie..CotuityCow.t: 1'will sonalapplicaiion' to".w *{ at Cantonment an .insettion :cnce.a; ,Bonnet :Board*. '. .: .
:Fish hokundhneg, tooth brushes 1 month. untUUtie dIy4sa1|!,'anot forward ..
l Brooke .
the .
present accounts and ,.on the-day abofifi mentioned. "If ALSO "" S
r vouchers, and their ; : : ,
B iet.wirC account to the Clerk's Gi&ce iif -
itOck '
&trunk.1oc1r.: .
Patent and .p makeafinil.'settlementoflhV; :estate!, of .tToh .n' 1L' 3ackiotuityMoriai' : ...<;; V: :Clothes'&,',HaIr BIttMmfc : sr:': ..' r'
trifls'Cquor cocks :*
( : ,
Giles Newton .I.\ j ... '
-7- ", ,.Izepf_Fisnsacdla;:dec'eased I r'1 .. at' 1 ,, ......., ., .. St issori :
.'trWcut T .. ; y :. .\.3f' : ,e 1 *
Whip, ,. hind, and mill si*; : ? .! .4is. : onub.ia j nc,. .. \' .. ;' : '
S .
I".. ; $uerT6r: WinlsormpWatjes; :i
.., ..". ., '" I IS -. <3'9'" de. a. Baa 'NOTP-N p..fo.1i I11)) :- INVEN1.I ; ; l 1". '. ..
'.' ,, *fteTh&I9th1)ecernber the '&yrceive'd "p ? ," '.-.- ; .'',;; :' .:, .
: !!1ecThw'tDgez ,; \ .... '
Drawing kniro, handsaws, I ,Felt.,24th. 1825-51-tf.'S.4dsthiit,gir,' '". ous,,to the one limited.... ::Executed vritb."neatrjess-and: d'npatch ,. a .. .W'icli'P. Dr' ,'..;iJ,

I r'28..42od, at this Office.. t. Pe sacola' 7tb :Oct... 1825. .
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