Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086631/00076
 Material Information
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 29, 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
 Record Information
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
notis - AKP3155
lccn - sn 83016253
System ID: UF00086631:00076
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

Full Text
Y.WEST. ':

. .


; .> .. f
.. I ;; \ aR 1J). i : .:. '., f' .: v- h ". :

o --- -

: : I'ADVERTISER I .. d .

JL Ulu .. ,
<< T ,
Ito : It .' f.9' 1O .PENSACOLA, SATURDAY, OCTOBKR.29, 1825. '--r UV No.--, 85.

,' .- r-. --
i ,
f:. 4 ,' | e .
$pni4w1u B3A7'p R DM.B 1.\\Vi8.. no il\\\. Eytrudgmr1t, fifty cents. :meat or beef per day,' and one I every cerJ6cate'ncf'ptla-the

aUN'r, a_ -- Swearing a Jur' .*:thirty-seven, .. peck of good Indian corn_ psrweefe, above, twenty five cents. case
Atvact drtfrttiinf' the fees of certain and a half cents. or.sucbosberiti .
'a imay.bequivalent .- I Witoesves irr .'-
SOL: Enrron xirtf PROFRIKTOH, t cofcrn .e.rt.wit .
officers in this Territory and for other Every execution fifty c nts. thereto. "*.,
Publitherofthe /A1D6 of the United State ness aba!! receive for his atteicf-*

anrl oft/se Territory of Florida. purposes.Be it enacted by the Governorand Taking and writing every bond For railing jury' in each suit, a8ce Upon' the superiors or county
SUBSCRIPTION' -Year g5, fifty cents. fifty ceni.For<< court
Half year 3, Legislative Council ofth T r- .-\Attending at tie'house of detio- every summons or notice For per day seventy'five cents.' '
Quarter year 1 50 riory of Florida, That the several every twenty miles travel to
: nent to take depositions, one dol not herein
provided for and from
twenty- the of
Single: paper and an half cents. officers hereinafter mentioned shall place holding
in advance. lar. ; J five cents' court .
'Subscriptions payable : I IDftTJ fifty cents.
hereafter be entitled to demand and
of Matrimony For
.. :\ Jm-" advertisement Celebrating tbiteS summoning jury upon an inquisition For testifying before justice of
receive the fees for their
or'the width of one column and measuring following dollar in '
one the county, four dollars. peace, twenty five cents.
than twelve lines of this services, respectively.The .
not more type Administering every oath, twelve 'I Sec. 2. Be
if further
insertion one dollar.each weekly con of each enacted,
surveyor county
and a hatf' ceils. For serving subpoena in chance That the of -
tinuance fifty cents; longer and wider shall receive for his services such names as many wit
ones at the same rate. Rule and figurer For writing and taking every TV,fifty cents. nesses may be inserted in one sub- -
work, double price for the first insertion. fees: and compensation as shall be affidavit,Itwe ty-five cents. For serting attachment for a pcena as" the party demanding the

Advertisements will tastefully displayed -; fixed b) the county court. Provided that no fee shall be,allowed contempt one dollar. subpsna require and that
:.' according to the nature of them, and.! The clerk of the court of appeals of tl forswearing For may not
anV justice *peace taking bonds of every kind,: more than three na's
: subp shall
f will be measured by matter of this sized shall rec.cife the following
witness In suit
any a fifty cents. be for
charged the
type. When inserted at intervals, (that' fee by clerk to any
is, not insetted every week,from the firstto s tried before him.Nblaries. For every mile's travel in the party at any one term.

the Usl insertion) each insertion will For issuing writ of error one I Public.Notari service, of any process, four centiper Sec. 3. Be it further enacted,

be charged as a new advertisement. dollar. shallreceive the mile and four That
8 public going, cents per when any officer shall
Amount fur advertising payable alwayson For issuing scire facias ad audi- mile I per
demand following! fees. returning.For form any service under and by virtue
uj" Liberal contracts wtll be made with For errores returns one of each r. of said For prqtesting'bill cf exchangeor keeping cattle, horses or of any law of this Territory,
those who wish to advertise by the year. promissory note and registering hogs, taken in execution,such ra- and no compensation shall be provided

%* All communications to the Editor, writs twenty-five cents. the saW, two dolbrs. sonable amount as the said sheriff I by, this law for such officer
must be paid,or they will be attended For entering the appearance of :
post for be
i-: Noting\bill exchinge. non- obliged to pay the he shall receive the same
suits his convenience. defendant in
to or not, as error twentyfivecents. '
acteptance or ndn-piyment. fifty same, to be allowed by the judge : as is allowed by law to any

cents. I\ of the court from which execution other officer, for the same or for
Nc )rrICE. For filing assignments of errors ,
. Administering'every! oath,twelve may have issued, and to1 be paid' similar'service and where nn compensation
A T.T. Uavmgj demands against twtuty-fite Cents. defendant.For -
person .
and by is
** Recio a halt) cents provided "bylaw' for
the Domingo And the said clerk of the court
deceased, are hereby called upon to pre-: of appeals, as well as Ihe clerk of Writing ever) affidavit, twenty- all services on behalf of this such service he shall be entitledto
wnt them" without delay, and all persons five cents. j jAttending Territory. such compensation as I receive therefor a reasonable
the and Ir
indebted to said estate, are requested to: superior county courts at i demand, tender shall be allowecj by the county compensation to be taxedby a

nuke immediate payment to shall also receive the following the I court to be paid out of the ju>' of the
fees. J or deposit, noting. same, county ge county couit of the .
Joseph E. Taro, one dollar.! treasury. county, in which such officer shall ,

Admin.i9trn.tQr.Tensacola For entering the appearance of Certificate and seal to power of Constables shall receive for reside or such service shall be per

October 15th, 1825.33StfO1'ICE. defendant in person or by attorney Attorney fifty cents. their services the following fees. formed. ,
twelve and half
-- a cents.' Noting protest ofcaptain of a Servin a Warrant in civil cases.. Sec. ". .. Be it further enacted-
** --
For docketing cause noticed -! --------7
virtue of an order of the County for trial twelve any and a half cents. vessel one dollar, and for extending fifty c n't That the costs of a suit In the

BY Court for the County of Escatnbia, Ishall the saint-, fifteen cents for every Levying an executionfifty cents. court of any justice of the peace
For of
ash, on Thursday! the 15th of December law, or subpoena in chancery or other the of
Fur every cenificatcfifty cent?. cents. sum four dollars, exclusive
next, at 12 o'clock, on the premIse" legal: proceedings, under these :
For registering every foreign Serving a peace or search war. of mileage, and if any justice of the
I one half of Lot (with all the 1 of the court fifty cents.
trd bi 11 rant, one dollar.Carrying peace or constable within
i: proles or protest, fifty cents. this
: ,
;: ;; ;; | buih1ing-sthrJ'eon 241, con Every rule entered in the common -
;.. .;:. taininjf forty feet front on Spring rule book, eighteen and three Comparing all papers already a prisoner to jail, ten Territory shall ask, demand, or
.4: LKoail, b,' one hundred and seventy fourth written, ficents for every hundred cents per mile. receive any greater sum \than four

feel in depth, belonging the estate cents. words For collecting money under executions I dollars exclusive' ve of mileage for

of Domingo) Recio, deceased.Joseph Every order of court twenty-five Keepers of the Archives. the same commissions as or, on account Cthe costs of any

E. Caro, cents. I are allowed by law to sheriffs. suit, before any justice of the
Keepers of the ArclisshalI: : receive -
jtdministrator.Pensacola Filing every paper, twelve and a of this
halfcents. fur their services the follow. summoning jury, seventyfive peace Territory.the excess
October 15th, 1825. 33 fit. .
'" cents. over and above four dollars,. so
Bulbous Flower Hoots Entering the return of every ing fees. Serving notice. demanded, shall and be
For the of every or sum may re
I or
writ or other process, twehe and every paper I
't rxcwth l \\ e '\!\ t1tS1' -& a half cents; 1 I document' -exCt"l'di"g\\ onvhun. mons, twenty-five cents. i cvedL4'ai4jus4ce" J or constable
For mile's travel in the : before"any justice of the
dred words and every peaceof
twenty-five ,
,\ Swearing jury dollar. :
) rm every one
; ti'.! 1' Jh5. Administering other oath exceeding] one hundred words, service of process, the same fee as this Territory, with triple damages
) every the sheriff. and triple costs.
l twenty-five I cents pet hundred
PttniMHBTOK cents.Ht'curding
of the I.inzan And it shall be the duty of said Sec. 5. Br it further enacted
VGardrn, Flushing, near N. York, order I
any proceeding
].> ofl'ers: to the public his great col-| bill of sale or other mailer required For comparing all papers already -: constables to pay over, all moniesby Tha if'any officer of this Territory

leet ion of Bulbous Flower Hoots, I, to be recorded in book written, I[five cents for every them collected, to the party or shall ask, demand, or receive

consisting of 630 varieties Tulips, 328of' a hundred \ parties entitled So the same. under any pretence a greater amount -
kept by the said clerk for words.$ '
[ ]
Hyacinths, and thatpurpose
an immense variety of of fees for
Coroners shall receive for their the services
For search for the first
other species, the present being the proper where the same shall not every services 'herein mentioned
the fees. than is allowed
season fur removing them Also, above exceed Uvo hundred words, fifty year, twenty-jfive cents and for every following
800 species of Gieen House Plants, cents, and twenty-five .year more than one, twelve For summoning a jury and taking by this act, or if any officer who
comprising the most and) cents per dead is not expressly authorised this
splendid rare hundred words where the and a half CenlS, an inquisition on a body, by
kinds. Catalogues may be obtained gratis samt"shalll' For each \official certificate ofoffice to be paid out of the estate of the act to charge fees, shall demandor
: of ceed I
\V. Ibselillunt, and orders through : two hundred words.
deceased, if the same be sufficient, receive any fees for services actually
Iii,",or per mail, will. meet prompt at ten-* Copy of any paper where the under seal, one dollar. I
lion. Orders for fruit or ornamental trees same"shall not exceed one hun- For every I attendance a subpoena if not by the county, eight dollars. ; rendered, which are not ex

aiU plants can aho be forwarded in the dred words duces I ecumonedoUar and Jailers shall receive for theit pressly provided for by this act,
same wuy October 15th-tf. twenty-five cents, and services the following fees. then and in every such case the officer '
where the same shall exceed one, fifty cents, per day, and for
t -- For putting in prison and releasing so wffeading shall and may
11tco1t1latiA'Irkritt hundred words, twelve and a half mileage the sjame fees as are allowed i
be indicted for hr
same the
each twenty-five cents. ,
10 MK seven or eight cents for hundred sheriff ,
years past, Mr. every words.
:.) Klisraan Keeping and providing for.a. indictment shall chatge extortion
ui Basqe of Lancaster County Every search for matter of Marshals and Sheriffs.
Vrginia; sent his son John Uasqe to one debtor in jail, fifty tents per day. and theofficer so offending shall
the Stute Georgia, in care of Ivs Uncle, year's standing twenty-five cents. Marshals and Sheriffs shall receive : Ke'pingand providing for other be punished by a fine- not mere "

Mr. CundiflT; after v.bich the Uncle re- Every search for a matter of the following fees for theiiservices. half than one hundred, and not less
prisoners, thirty-seven a
raoved to the State of AUba-na" and the l less than one year's standing'' I .
youth John\ Basqe came as it is fuppo: ed twelve and a half cents. For levying i an attachment cents per day. ten dollars. 'j
to Pensacob, since wftich noti-lingshave Every official on For services on behalf of this Sec. 6., Be it furthntftlcttd, ,;
been heard of him his certificate twenty- the estate of an absent debtor, two That the of
by friends in Vir- five Territory such compensation as 1 judges .the superior ;
cents. dollars and if
gi na. real
estate .
one ,
and courts of this Territory
shall be allowed the county
If JohnBasqe! is living he will much Entering every judgment twenty )| j by county
gratify his mother, by communicating five cents.Drawing. For court, to be paid out of the county are hereby authorised and re* .
her in"Virginia garnishee, fifty quired to provide for their said
or by giving the Editor of advertisement cents. treasury. I .
every \
tins paper such information as may be ink instructions l't he presiding judges of the I eourts respectively, seals with '
:'t' tting to her; & any person knowing attached to commis- ,For serving capias ad respon- court shall receive the following suitable devices, and Inscriptions, ,
.. sions for county
ai \' thing concerning the taking depositions and dendum, fifty cents. '
abovementioned fees. which said seals, when so provided .
Ju. I IWje uhcthcr living or dead will all other papers or writings not For serving'summons ad respon- shall be deposited in the of.
cui.tVra For the orders for the
great favor on a disconsolate, wi- herein otherwise provided for denclum, fifty necessary
cents. fice of the clerks of said
<( giving information at where the probate any
this otticc. same shall not exceed I II I For the return of everyprocess''I testamentary or of administration spectively, and,until seals all be '

-- I'enaaco7a Qcteb"r ISifi, 1825. one hundred words twenty-five I twelve and a half' cents. on the same, or for letters of administration so nrovided for said courts, the

cents. For taking bail, fifty cents. on the estate of process issuing out of the said

WANTED I And for every hundred words Far executing habere facias pOSe two dollars and fifty anyintestae cou-s with Mit a ,,"-*! shall have ;

Fire or Six Journeymen more than one hundred, twelve and sessionm, two dollars. cents. j I the same force and effect as. if a JI :'

a half cents. For reniov'u!g a prisoner, ten seal were affixed thereto.bcc. 4
For order at chambers <
L Affixing the seal of the court to cents for each mile.For.sommiting every five cents. 7. it jurthcr enacted, .

Shoe Makers.' any paper other than those before prisoner to-jail, seventy That all Constables, in, this Territory f
allowed, twenty-five dollar. The judges of the county courts f
they enter the
S'1 FlY, good workmen, will meet of this shall upon ;,
with constant employment and good Registering every marriage, fif For releasing prisoner, twenty severally duties of their offices, shall enter ,
receive for their services j
-ages. Apply toWhitney ty cents. five cents. t one into bond to the Governor ,of this ,

& Mallet, For taking and filing every bond For serving a fieri facias, one dollar and fifty cents for each day : Territory with sufficient security, ?
of session of said be
Near Montpelier, Alabama. fifty cents. dollar. I courts to : to be filed in the office of the clef k .

; Oct. 4th, 1325-S3-St. Every distinct service for whichno For levyingj] a fieri facias and paid, ou't of the'county Treasury of the county,.in 'which said constable .

NOTICE. compensation is pr ,ided- by ,making the money thereon, for. the' District' Attorney. shall receive : shall : ieIdetJ.thb: jpeaal HI f'

this 4Ct 'such compensation as firnt hundred djllaraflve: per cent. for his services. the. foliowiug sum of STC hundred: '(dollars, com- ':

TAKEN up on the 25th Sep may be fixed by the respectivecourts and for the remainder two and a I fees. ditioned for the,faithful discharge ;'

feet tember!ten last and three a negro' slave,inches five to be paid by the county. half per cent. ;"b .whenever. the For every indictment found a of the 'duties of, ,their said.. office,.

( high ; caUs himself quarter Justices, of the Peace.' sale under any ''execution. ,shall De true bill five dollars,_and for every which bond shall nCfbe. void ,upon ,

JAMES1'SMITH Justices of the peace. shall receive stayed by injunction" or;otherwise, indictment or other proceeding the payment di the penalty, bat

for'their feel the following then only 'half !'the above commissions behalf of this Teritory, prosecutedto remain in full force, and."the ,constable

hope' anti says that he belongs to Mr. : sums. I shall be allowed. effect, ten,dollars, to be'paid by and bis,securities shall. be

tr of, who slave lives is new requested Mobile.to come The o for-
"aid. prove property and'pay charges. under the act concerning forcible ciendum two dollars for each' de' be unable pay:the same' out- of neglect malfeasance is office. .

James Collins. entry and detainer per day each, fendant. 1 the county treasu y. 'Sec. 8.' Be .it further- enacfedt ,

!nglis11'S Mills near Pensacola, two dollars. I For making'money on ca. sa, the The ,translators the courts in That until the O.Dtl"Coa._shall

-. October 1st, 1825. 33-\.& Every warrant fifty cents. i same j commission as is, allowed on this* Territory :shall, receive for appoint"tber..conitablestheper.J

Mail Every attachment, fifty c DtS. a" fi fa. when no .ale'takta-p1a; th'eir, serviced the/oirow j ng rel& sons.,at present ercrciflcey of-

n* Arrangement. Every venire, fifty cents. For whipping:a free person by, _For every: ,'instrument: under', ,,086: 'shall coatiaae" .tasy : "the :,:
WJ4.J -
Thursday :Lt.3'P.. M. order'of o'doll words and for' certificateof Provide<
closes Summons court, : ( n. : sames "
on Rpbert Friday at' 10 A. M.. ,twelve'a.nd for "witness half '.,or_ garnishee For keeping i i irery'slate: "takes in the,sarri*.--twenty cenis. ,:[ filed by them l if ;

Mitchell.* =. t ., a, 'cents. execution,oroo' attachment. twen For every instrumcntabove.one: visions, ,,of this tc:.. ..' '. > ) 1.1

b"P b, Sept. 30th ttMiter... Judgment by default' br'co.res.lioriJtweU'tfitc ty-five,cents. pe >-day!;'."sacb: ,state r hundred_ words, 't_Wen ty;fiver ceo'Uhundred .Sec.*., B<' 'Ufrrthcr. ''iaik4 ;

,182S-J. t. c ntl. ... .being allowed I t alf a pound'of salt Cfe." .,. -!giAflr- That!dio act ,qtle'1.aa' !: .u. "


",. : 4 .4 -

'. \ -" --1".1. ..., ., -.I J --- '-' I IIIIIII

\ '
JL1 ojtabltsti I.:. : '

1 1. 'f c %

- .,... .4k # h .. "
.h. an4t4"cuw' \IVe' 'let sect*'toutingblood i .abe. r" f r .. JJ i.. -, ...V, .
the fees of certain p* atTcel l to'the .Mayor.ttTd Aldermen 'to,recelre thevoteifi " .
V ,
be .
ofeerY'olerto tt- y ''' .
IT h jor to'either of them. the name b"4 -'.. "
;rs" passed September \ have whipered t Bigots, they're.. : -, -.
inserted in bookto -
down a MEXICO. '
,il822 aDd"AD act to ettibliih the ,Sec/6* ,B, it further "enacted, kea' : an4i' all doing good i V 'VInquisitions .; ?., ,
be 'keprfpr this' pMrpose :..and I've founded,nude Kings my TranslatedfQt ht.
0 fees of certain officers and vfor" other That the ,said; city council /shall AaWonotttr..
t\ be held such lies wallow nfll from IIIe .
the poll > at ,
to cause .fguila M
4th <
purposes1' pass'd July attendance xitana
have power tocomprlihe But this of free beats all ,
as two of them plan my of which Jiafier
they or any a fiu
to the
1823, be and tbe same are hereby of its member and to judge place schemes hollow. 8th
may oeern proper, and'to be opened V >of'4ugU9t fiat beenreceived V.
repealed. of the election returns, and qualifications -
and continue open: from "nine. The Secretary of the
JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ, of iis own members excepting 1ave tempted Job;and have smote Treasury,
poor : in his late
in the{ mor uniil'
President of the Legishiive Council. tbe Mayor, and the yeas o'clock llng one, I him with sores, report to the Congress

r 8AML. FRY, Clerk. aDd nays on any question shall, at when the ba Ipts shall be told, I have tried all good men and caught aays, that 82,256,238 will be sttflficienl

clw : CJippnved December 30th, 1824.) the request of any two members, and the name-of Ihe'person having preachers by scores ; to meet,the 'eXpenses of the

: WM.P.DUVAL, the greatest rumber of votes for But ne"cron Earth thro'my whole course Government the different .
t11 record. departments
Ibe placed on
Governor ef the Territory of Florid I Mayor shall be declared, and the of evil, I of 'war
I Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, Until now could I say here. a plan beat foreign rels.

That the said city council shall names. of those... I ,having#I the. _greatest. tAe Devil! V "I I tions, justice, and ecclesiastic af.
An act to Incorporate the City of Fernandinf. number ol votes lee Aldermen I fairs,. and thetreasuty.. Ain.
have power to elect a treasurer, and I n- f : --6 U
iI&V sl,.all be declsrodi. the Dame the extraordinary
secretary, and such other ()f1icer [ am satisfied now, this will mate the expanses urc
, tIT Be it enacted by the Governor srem of the said :Mayor and Aldermen coast clear, g1.7O,613forthcdefenc of Carious .
aaid council
to city may
"mjt .Lp8i.Mt1jp Council of tAf u elci ahttil1)f ["''col'd ed. and notice For mento, all preaching will turn a deaf posts ; g5o,000 disposed
effect the of
to give to ,
all the necessary powers
Florida, That
Territory tlieir
ol each
app'ointriitni to ear
givtn ; by in London
.11L: free white inhabitants of that part and regulation 'o the du'Its by "f thcrtl. I Since tis plain that religion is changed to execfttive and for

of Amelia Island, known by the this act given or imposed to <-.r.>n opinions, secret objects-

$v name of Fernandina, and compre the aid city council, and to determine Sec. 17.. Be it fm ther enacted, 1 must hasten back hone to enlarge my |$20,000 remitted to Sr. Obreg(.a
&t1iR: T:hut it shull he tae duty of the dominions. the purchase of munitions
gUt. bended within line beginning at ,, the salaries of Jhe said officers {i ih ftp
!i.id city council at least two the department of
the east bank of Amelia and the same to dismiss a1 ; Aharado
'jw k'4 a rivrr point, and due west of the centre I pleasure, a.I u majority of three ueeks (previously to the day .aforesaid The Devil then mounted again on the- \g9,403tothe same, for the purl

fifths of the said Aldermen for election to appoint the in- lee. j chase of guns and carriages
z of the old redoubt or water battery i ma} :
And dash'd thro'the waves and got home ;
. n-ember of baicl spectois ( election,, b this act tequirei1 : 5608,000 for fortifications
/ of said city, thencr southwardlyalong expel a tne council ) in a trice ; :; on the
l the; eastern bank of the for disordetly behavioui or !, and to no jfy them of such And toht' his fell imps whom he kept at j j isle of Sacrificios ; S82,000 siipu. V.

: said Amelia river fourteen hun- irul-Londurt in office. dpp(* nent'l.rul' the said iDbpect'MS !; xthe pole, 'late'd to be paid to the! crews of

shAll give public notice, b) 4pu.ung Ctrcum tance8 required they should -wip,! the ship Asia and bug i Coiistan-
section .
, dred yards, thence along a Sec. 8. Be it further enactedTrut ,
. : at ;l hr market of the lime the hale.Frtm tine for their surrender
to the
of a circle whose radius is fourteen it shall be ihe duty of the
. I bi- and jilace of,such election.Sec. : Mexican Government ; & 10,000
hundred yards distant from the said city council to cause to I
18. $ct it further enacted, the National ntrlHgencer. (beyond the 16",000 of a previous
;. said point ofbeginnin, to a point kept, regular records of iheir proceedings
.' on the eastern bank oi' the said A- : And of their ordinance, That ii by reason of the refusal, Four persons were lait-ly estimt&t');which will be required

, j absence or *her unavoidable casualty brought before the Mayor of Cert for th* legation to Rome.
irelia river, an I thence southward- rule: *, and regulations, and they

: ly along the eastern bank of the kliail promuigae their oruinances tbe Major elect shall be prevented in 'France for eating muttonon A proposition ha* been made JQ
: a Saturday Ihe public pro- the cit) of Mexico! and
of Iromperforming the fa.
1. said Aineliariverto the point without unnecessaiy delay, oy organ very

. ,. beginning, and their successor: posting tbe same at the common izing dutiesby this act required, secutor demanded that they should vourably received, to establish au
It shall in uch be duof each be fined 300 francs, and imprisoned Edst-}ndia Company to
: be and remain for the term of market place or door of the council case tne trade

eight years, a body corpqrate by room, so that the same may be the Mayor in,office to cause a new for one year. The court j from the ports of the Pacific.

election to be,:hrld the inspectors did not impose :penalty, but directed Mexico rerfesinly
the name and style ol the city of exposed to the public ou at least >y same possesses the

... Fernindina, and by their corporate three separate dd 'I. who'shall forthwith gi'cat that the criminals should .advantages of the geogrlip'hicalpusition

,. least week's'notice pay the cost of the prosecution. for such
name they may sue and be Sec. 9. toe it further enacted one ol thraOlt' ] an t-s'abliah-
and hold another l ctiouconforn.ably Both parties appealed, and the cc.suit ment. Her arms extend from
and be the
4.3uecl implt"ad impleadrd
: That it shall be the duly of t. (' that the mutton'eaters
this was, on central t2t.1tJ ,d* towards
'; and do all other acts as natural to regulation.Sec. r.u
; said city council to hold their releived of the
a Saturday ere end Asia.
,. person, and may purchase and meetings in public, and at such 19. Be I it farther enacted, costs. rope:Events

, hold real, personal and mixed property times as to the said council may" That-Charles Sctou, Domingo A- indicatthe.stabiH.y of

or disnose of the same for seem fit, and the Mayor shall be Costa, and Francisco Police, be On Sunday the 12th of June, the federal system. The state of

the benefit of the said city. president of the board and in the and they are $hn'tbj. appointed inspectors 1825, M U Corat of the Conli i Yucatan has sent its deputies !u
Ctt Blois of 1 the General Con Its .
Department ress
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, absence or disability of the Mayor, to superimend the election iitine constitution
, Loir-rt Cher after having merely has liven proclaiu.ed and
fur and Aldermen for
Thatr government of the said t wo members may on any occasion Mayor
,,, read the letter of the sworn to by the public function-
pastoral ,
the said city on the first Mur'dayin
city shall be vested in a'city coun- appoint a third, who shall have

; cub composed of a Mayor and power pro tempore todo the dutiesol April next and they or auy two Bishop, which prescribe prayers '>aries. Jose T. Lopez has been e.

: five: Aldermen, each of whom shall 1\1 IiYtJr. oi'ihetn may do the duties oi superintending thanksgiving on account of the lected Governor.
tU I coronation of his CharlesX. Tbe Cons'hution of the
Majesty SlateofMechoacan
: h:4th qualification of having Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, required, and in the I

. Sr resided six months within the limits That four of the number of the I i event of the occurrence of any of addressed' his pari..hone1'1 as I. was sworn to by the
aforesaid in order to fill either said Mayor and Aidermtn 'the casualties contemplated by follows : public authorities on the 20th of

.. mav tint of "Mv der brethren II July, In a late statistical work OK
: of the said offices. form a quorum for the transaction act to prevent organization very as
the said council Charles the 10th is Chris- Mexico, by Sr. Fernando Nevar-
I Sec. 3. Be it further enacted. ordinary busmr !I. city they or any I not a j''
of them authorised tian he wishes to the ro, it: is said to contain a population
two as
That the shall have and are hereby : ; support
: Mayor Sec. 11. Be further enacted, ] of
6,122,354 souls and
t Charter which is 118V
to hold a re-election. a law
thr dufie and
may rec That it shall be she ol the
t 1 1825.MISCELLANY. ; religion, we ought not to i! 478 square leagues, being .;'2 Inhabitants -
: ive the fees of a Justice of the said coumil *from (/l//JrfJ'ttd,,Jutmnry 1. ) pray
t :hy to the
exact ... j! to each. It
I.----- --- ---- .
i Peace. for hint any more than Louis 18th, i j comprises
treasurer at I leas: tour times each
t f wno was the author of this Char. i 242 partition, 1,072 parishes, 165
Sec. 4., Be it further enacted calendar of
: : year, a statement the ter. Both are damned. Lei those j missions, 20 cities, 95 towns,
That the said city council shall : receipts, and of the I' ;y
: I'rflm the PluluJelphia Cuzette. who are of any opinion rise." 4682 pueblos or villages! 206 silver .
... bate. full power and authority to of monu s, and of :hr l'xpendiaur"I'I' mines haciendas
Sorr.rhody has sent us a copy of Immediately two-thirds of the 3,749 6,684,
prevent and remove nuisances, to rn-y due to and Iro.-; the *.a!vj corporation I
,. diabolical verss, and scmeboi'y' congregation amounting to two I i Ranchos, 1,195 est ncia* for Brazing ,
regulate the mocnng and gnchr- and to c- I'tary the Ito
else has Tirade that three hundred i 208 convents offJ'iars.6.1 f
a reqUrst: we or rose to signify
.q : ini? of vessels in the harbour of be correct, if on oimation
should publfsh: th.'ni ; but we hope their approbationThe : monks, 4,229 clergy, 3,112 friars,
11 said to or improve such is found adnit '
statement '
city preserve o
monks. The
lhabcoli wilt be satisfied 2,098 whole pnpula-
pj'ties Cura will be called t rivers adjoining
the navigation bay and of such certificates. and it'olht'r-

the city, to erect and keep II wisp i the ci j"y, council aforesaid i I ifyp give part of the subject in by his superiors.From lation Spaniards is composed. of 1.097,928
I S the author whatever 3,676,281 Indians
pUin pi' ( is,
in repair wharves, piers, and !shall forthwith: appointno her
I be thought of his semimcnts 1,338,706 casts. _
docks ; to li ence and regulate fer- : oiisuier, and dismiss from office may the atiojial JournaL The
4 CcliforniasoThe
rips, auctions, retailers of goods the person in default. I versification.He unpractised \W copy :he following statement an Agent, ol the city olMexi..

and liquors, taverns and keepers from the Norfolk Beacon, in :
, Src. 12. Be it further enacted, I co, for the London company for
of waggons carts and. drays, to That it shall be tne duty of'tnt brains }y stating that the older accompany it wish our :I the fishery of pearl on the Gulf of

restrain and prohibit all sorts of Mayor, to see that the ordinaas i Devil having slumbered long in solt-mn pn.iesi against a practice -J California, is announced. The

; gaming ; to licence, regulate, or i of'the said council are duly t'Xt'cui i his den, began to think it was equally: offensive to religion i Agttila remarks, that the government .

restrain theatrical or other public ted and 'o call a meeting o' thr I high time rr him to see what was and moraiit}, and subversive of ; should be careful
not to

amusements establish and regulate passing earl,:). Before, boweror. the interests and I permit
: members of council, when in his I on btst feelings ol: settlements of naval
L markets to direct the safekeeping opinion the public good may req'.rt -' hesfts out on his journey, he society; Tbre may have been a1!I powers on those thinly inhabited

,f of the standard of weights it. and he shall lay before the 'I I tnues on various, niatteis and time when duelling, in more, solemn coasts. .

t 4. and measures appointed by Con. council from time to tiriicjii u riling -I i things, and curses* Capt. Symmes lot m, and under certain rules The amount of duties fo

F. : gress ; to regulu'e burial grounds ; tuch propositions as ben>;*yI I most heartily. He is vt"xt'd- and restrictions, was resorted to the custom-house AIvaradocu paid

.. to sink wells and erect and repair cli-em advisable\ for the welfare of [ That any wcnk mortal should find out I as the only mode by which knightly I! ring the month at of June wal4l,5&6

;. Dumns* in the ..*streets or nublic. the said coiporatioa. I the hole, honour could be purified, and ,; .
.uivti; ,; squares, to reprtilatp the storing ,, :"The door oi his: regions, close bj the the designs of malignity defeated j.| dollars ; of Mac t 8304,
Sec. 13. Be further enactedtThat 483 ; and of April. 345.099.
gun powder and all: naval stores Noitli Pole.
and and
t then the
punished ; -
sot .th,- property of the United t hca lair) Mayor shoJi w n hill II Reflections on the ofPbiloknphy sanctioned principle I. Fr6nllnt?Jew York_%mencsm,
and the
progress was ,
Slates five davs af'rr his election take practice The Germans '0 Pitd-
to tax and licence hunker an removing}
; however, him in
L put a respectable, But now when
and oath, or solemn affirmation b fo mont, need not their classics
.4 pedlars, to restrain and !f' better humour. He was d, lighted, beardless carry
- prohibit tippling houses, and lotteries any jud1e or justice of peace of even boys whoperhaps, .! with them. Goethe, Wirland and
That men should so boast oftheir : know nothin'of honour
; to provide for the establishment -' this territory, the t he will to the I I erofreason, pow-*'' but the.I Schiller, have been seized t as d-.n-
and mistaking for it :
of public schools, land utmost of his power, support, advance n As to think that Iteligioc to Sense if name, everyphani.sy !i I gerous books. A late royal decree

.-.., ; superintendence of the same, and and defend the iir.eiest, High, Treason.:*" which a morbid ima i- I;: forbids alj those who d(. not posse -

*t,1 to restrain and punish vagabondsand pea *. and good ordrfnfahr city of But we may as well let the poet :and nation raises up,rush into the field, :t ; a fortune of 1500 francs per

disorderly persons, and thetiik Fernutidnaand faithfully anO diligtntly tell his story in his own words. I put their own lives, as well as annum, (8300,) to learn to' read'

'. ::4 disorderly conduct of negroes and i discharge the duties of The Devil I the safety of any passers by intoJeopardy or write, and indeed, prohibits'
at scrambled
t1M. II persons of colour. Mayor of I ihe said! city during bib the hoe! ,length out at on every slight pretext. studies ol all sorts to all who can.
it is time for
ll': Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, continuance in office, and that 111' Discovered by Symmes at the freezing !, the practice to &mk, not prove that they have this re-
it has done into
: a) '
will the North contempt, a-
That the said city council shall support constitution f.fhe I'ote i Tenue of S300.
United States He mounted an iceberg spread his wingsfor mon lt intelligent men. An idle .
he shall The
!J1tJ I have power to levy a tax for thepurpose Spanish government appears
within the aforesaid time of five a sail. woid, an inadvertent movement, to be alarmed at
in the seriously
And steer'd for the world with bis. long a harmless witticism.-can either '
. 4 section of this act, in such manner : days ttfttr the election convene iht barbed tail.] the effect of the emigrations, V
1 or all of these, justify deliberate
.L. Aldermen :
. I and under such, circumstances and shall adminisier to which threaten to depopulate the
. each of them Then he makes some philosophical murder ? A pistol bull is the last
: ; as the said council may conceiveleast an oah or affirmation reflections country. It is evident to everyo

1 burt ensune to the citizens, similar to that taken by himself.Sec. nf' on the variety and worat argument which can be e r.oi blinded by the furious spi-'
sects which mankind used to settle difference .
are a and
: : and tu provide for the collection 14. he it further enacted, divided. The ; cit of faction, that the -ost respectable -
are when it is
That verses noi quite used, we have a rightto
I.1 thtrrof; Provided, that no taxI the treasurer shall receive : Spaniards, who abandon
so good as Profesior] Potson's.Here *reler the absence of all those .
; I shall be imposed on real property all money due and owing to tntsaid their country, are driven from it
comes the of the whole
, I point properties of mind, by which the /
_ .j at any higher rate than one quarter corporation and he shall keep : matter. and wisest ,of i by terror. It will be seen whetherthe
S greatest
of one per cent on the asstssed an accurate account of, the same, i i men were measures recently proposed to

rIM value of the same, and that the and all moit-y paid out for or on He heard what a number I of people were wont to silence and convince their the King art calculated to recall "

; E (tuxes shall not exceed three hundred account of the said corporation To livr'going on the Uubaih, with great Mr. opponents: them. "

_ jg dollars per annum, and shall 8-hall be paid by the said treasure Owen, -. M anchoJy ETJent.-A duel was .. From the Philadelphia Q4=eIe..

... have power to make and, pass all on an order of council, attested bythrclerkvftni He thought to himself I-must now have a fought. Thursday afternoon, Extract of a letter from Havana.

___ ;; such ordinances' 'and'to impose' countersigned by the care, J' ) :i by,Mr. Charles: >\ Shoemaker (of 'V August 31. .
f such fines and penalties for thr infringement M.yor. 0Swc. Circumstance be there.require, ('pal myself should ,Philadelphia) and Mi.. 'Thomas The city Is much agitated to

thereof, or non ..com 1JJt it further enacted, Wayne.l of Savannah, Geo) both day in consequence of an exectt*

pliance therewith as shall to the That the first election of Mayor know that these people think they are Midshipmen the U. Frigate ,lion that is to,take. place ,tomorrow .

said city council seem necessary aid Aldermen shall take place on inipell'd, t j I 'Constellation. which ,arrived here of a notorious villain andv s- :

tt; to give effect find operation to tie first Monday'in April next, And by power of drcumttancet' all men a few days since fron the West sassin, who counts- no less .haa '

the powers, and regulation to thrdUtit"s nd each succeedingelectioh shall Aria. ow'e are held" r India Station. It was we learn, nine cold blooded murders with

. herein an4 hereby given, he held on the first Monday in April ,no allegiance. to Heaven or tome the result of a- difference between his own hands besidea a number

I and imposed to and upon the said every year, and the said elections What a place then for work for the Devil them, during their late cruise. in which he was an accomplice,,
_____j : They met at the site of Fort and 'stiJr number of ,rob.
corporation! or city council, any shall be held under the iotptction t'wiilbe-. Nelson a greater\

law of this Territory to the contrary : and supcrictendance e of opposite: which the ship; .is berie and stabs. Astonishing .

: notwithstandingand provided i three inspectors, who shall be judicious .; Since Adam first fell by' my powerful moored. ,;:and upon the, first fire> it may V seem, this .monster has**'. '
I that the said_ ordinances and roles arid discreet persons, and I I have hand. I _* shockingto say,, Mr, 'Shemakr.reciejvcd 'many friends; that after ba'p' .

shall be signed by. the',Mayor and I the Totes. shall! be given by.ballot.1 kuswnlandj wandered-| ..victims: thro. every. I the.ball of hu antagonist, been three "tirpes 'condemneM;
I and
: attested:tytjtbe secretrfry,'and that Sec, 16 Be I But in all tgyrstionInt'er- hit in,the right:aide,* little abbve.ihe, has'ound meens to.appeali
tt further enacted, ray on ,a'l :
phni hip bone, Which, .hi. survived only a lately did so, as"aoldfcr{ to a court
ordinances thai) be -
.0 : psticdj. That it 1I1be the of
_:,, .! duty the
or allow. Ulcl ::1 That. would gin mthe rule-. so.complete I Io !feVhQwrr?,Twin. *expired. yciter- mania, Who haye w>w 9t4f'1.

,rstIsIatszIarJpay.! inspectors. any two of them}, J' b'l; J ", V .day morning*.,.> 'T'. -. 'him, IQ, .bt" fcuDg{ ami qUXtCtt4JV .

4 I

.. F V
t 4 ; -' : .. .-, _._ V V .V- V

--- -
-.' T ; -; :- -' t : ___:__T -
... :- .. .
I .. I I _
4 I b-. .0 ..
; 'i .
V .t .j

.' e
'" '
eb (earls entertaToed of a comlion presentation to Congress, every gainlt him,4..tha'th. ftltit bi;duty : -FsUra in'Hibr; < r-t 14 BeBedictiofl..then (!. :de1i 'tAi1't & benevolent. ,lusd, ttin, -

)1 ti *r.dall his relatloni arc facility will be,afforded 'to acc m..*, to fight film \vilh his,own weapons IrJioah-. n i{:and pro' ee by faltb and feel 1 br'hope- ; / '

fd in; custody until he- is' no f"\ push the 'undertaking. ,at4notto_ 'stavrnereycit t: nounced; a,discourse 'or-:rat her deLlivered .Truth, l&and mercj/iIt! triumph descend.
.. .I. '._ <.f
of nine. the defensiv Wve: think 1 howev' -j ; >
execution -
The .rctconcerned 0 a speech, announcing the Jin d nature-'a/l, 'in Eden's eiiI :
J .O ; in th ...late insurrtn from the M.bic Begitter October 18.1Wt er this an.unwise step'on" the part reorganizatlon'of ,Jewish go ./JIH*- glvin' -$. .rrt. : _

is to lake place this day learn by'lett r from the of the Geni-/"ho/ had! previously rnment"andgoing through: a' Os the'cold cheek of death, smtes- and roi

2 Matanras-they consist of one. Solititor, now on the Circuit, dated the sympathy and regard of the detail of many 'points of intense are blending*- .

'ring leaders from each ofthe at Claiborne, the 14th tnst. nation pnVin side,which will always interest to ,which crowded auditory Jind beauty iauaoriaf ovate-from the

f the and two : that there *ili be no Court held uphold moderate- dignified listened with profound tomb. .,
seven plantations, ; ..attention. Although believe
we the declaration of
: in our County at the November conduct over brow beating impetuosity On the '.conclusion of -
from the ciiy.Another theceremonies I the Scripture, t.hat'it ii the 'fIIi11 01 God..'''''
: term All the members ot the and en1pty'dc lamaiion.Ht' ,the'procession Saviour have all '
,& plan of an insurrection returned I men It lie aw4 and ti
of more consequence has .aar of the first Circuit at the should recollect that a' man to the Lodge, and the 'Masonic corns unto the knowledge 0( the truth, yet .

been discovered, and sixteen Monroe Court, have united in requesting who condescends. wrestle I with.achinneysweep brethren, and the military repaired we believe that he makes use of means. .
I lately I Judge Lipscomb not to I whether he 1 bt the to the Eagle Tavern and to bring them toibis knowledge, without
French and ,
several of them partook which, they cannot lave him or be happy
blacks have been convicted, andvavf hold the Court in consequence of one who throws, or is thrown, will! of refreshments.. The church -and rW e;. further believe that there,sa.

English confessed that their object the prevalence of malignant fever. I certainly stand a chance to be was filled with ladies, and the Mediator between God and men*, the

I di-stroy all the whites theyfpuld It was not deemed advisable to sooted, not a u.it d. \Vc: had hopes, whole ceremony was impressive man Chris Jetu,'toho gav lriffl' v:a -ran*,

fas to draw together a large<< crowd of i when we heard' it announced in and unique. A grand salute of 24 (. son for aUto be testified due UMe'-Ab4 b
and to promote a general We believe that the time to'proclaim 'and -
ff insurrection. citizens in Mobile, as earl as the I regard to this contest, that guns *a fired by the arillery. 'f / "(/$ tins divine truth is at hand "-.mi >

,\ -" .-.:::' lOtu or 12th of November, under A Taocp came next, who crowns and aud the band played a number of th.it it will sag bema e known to all pep*

the apprehension that the fever armour ol"e" patriotic airs.4necdote.Asajlor. : pic as a truth of glad tidings an I of'great
f (g@lli 8 might prevail this year as late as And proud defiance in his looks he here/ 31 joy-and we feel I t't.. be our re igiou*duty
_______ oi'hUant.rgonis' I
it did in of that we shculd be able to say to contribute all the means we ciii/or
1819-'fhe..great mass
S7 I'UK1Y.. 5 '( TBF.n 29. 1825Arrival t', notwithstanding I that baring purchased -i: thai purpose. We are<<, therefore, solicitous -
business confined
in Court is
our some medicine of a celebrated that al\ the .
he GAINES all the laurels in spiltof friends oftntn. and..
of the Hornet. 10 the mercantile class citizens, mis defiance." doctordemanded the price.. believers in the scriptures & disciples t

& ;ted on Wednesday last the 25th and the probability that those proud Why,' says the- doctor, '1 cannot Christ the Lord,' would aid in the un

in;". 'hf U. S Ship t1orietin i eleven flays who are absent will not return so think ofi\ charging vou less _than dertaking.-And we h'lil'also., that
th<* Capes of Virginia. '/e have usual is also entitled From the Jiev York E't.enmg.Po.t. there are a Sarjjr number of gentleman of
from early as seven and sixpence. '\\ ell I'll It
favored with the followinglist Buffalo Rairioi talents and benevolence in these Slulitt'rn
1,('(" politely '
cf oJfirrrs on board.! I weight.It September 15, 1825. tell you w.hj i, replies the sailor, I SUtes who are trw- believers in)? thr consolatory -
is thought we shall have a 'take off the odd and I will i doctrine of
('00111 od're Lewis Warrington, Com- Revival of the Jewish government pay 1 universal tatvdtion,
!n:1f1llinJ.' \> est India Sq1u1ron.Stmut"l special Term in January.From of u Judge of Itracioundaticen you the even'Well returned the and in that of the Unity of t.. "d. ari>l,wno_
Woo,'house, E cq romr.zandingIelan afifiomtment of doctor we don't quarrel about tri will assist in leading the minds of their -.

,.\ i icr l-krkle, lit Lieutenant the A'ationul Intelligencer. I of a city fles. The sailor laid down six- fellow creatures to tie knowledge of the
J.\h i .1. Ymintf 2nd teeut.. Public Debra.-On the first day Refuge. truth as it i>>in Jesus, b}'contributing their
joln! K T'-cntiss 3rd Jievt.Joseph It was known at the sale of that pence : M< ">rehcadf 4th /Jeut. of this month; 6,l8i,006 dollars of beautiful and valu ble tract called doctor reminded him of his mis. Divine light, to rei.der I' The Star oj the

Henry A. Adams 5ih. Uer.t. the prindp"a 4if the Public Debt Grand Island a few miles below take. No mistake at all, sir ; six South" pleasingly luminous to guide the
itichiirii Dou.ulass, MeiU. of Marine* were p..id off and extinguished is and is lothe baDe Bethlehem, the Saviour
this in the Niagara River, ven seven odd, all the of all
port men.
J'u<* remained f the sixpercent.stockofthe
Robert Pottenger, ser being all mat
JsAac HuUe Surgeon 1812.A thut it was purchased part by world over, so I bid you a good : In addition to the prosp.ct enriching

(JeorjjrV.. Codviis Srrre3n's.Ifale year the friends of'Major'! Noah of New day 'Get you gone, said the, doctor -I the columns of" The Star of the South,"

V> m.I!. Wh'tt le, JIh.1zpman York, avowedly l to offer it as at 'I've. made four fience out of the publishers will hjve the pleasure and
do. new mode<< of insulating lightning benefit oi selecting from number of
11 or. N. f'ady, asylum fsr his brethren of the you yet. a periodical
p.t Iluie. do. rods has recently been invented jJiiulicaiioiH of the tame nature
AI" x. II. >!itdipllt d>j.Jj by :Messrs. J. Br wn and G Jewish persuasion,.who in ,ihe other ---- -- - ; and design now published: in the Northern '
i-* V. Schenck, rfa.*;. I I W. Robinson, of Providence, parts of the world are, much -Lately,at,Fayette iUe.Tmnrssee and Eastern Stutes.:

Jlenry \ ('iiantoers: tIe. I oppressed ; arid it was liktwise Major THOMAS' K. Although the- primary object of the
which is this described
ilooe, do. : known that it 'was intended lo erect WHITE furmerly. of Kentucky pubi.shers will be to illuitrate and defend
__ Iron staples! with heads, are inserted the doctrine of the
: Moore, do. the Island .a City called and recently one of the Surveyorsof universal happiness of
upon the souls the
Jams do. about half way into the Florida Lands. human family and the
ArcVd M. (ireen, do. gUt. while in a state of fusion, in Ararat. \'eare gratified to perceive Unity of G'.d, and to disseminate the

Edward Iloyce, do. the same manner as the metalliceye by the documents in this r- r.yrJ knowledge the! thrreof jet they will admit
John T.Lipscomb, Ca taill.'s Clerk day's Extra, that cuupled with columns ol The Star .(the South,
is inserted in the common well written andes) '" !'
-- that colonization is a declaration SHIP WHICH may be intended -
glass: hunon.Vh. : the glass 10 establish! a '
contrary doctrine .
('mmTutlore"illiun Cambridge, Independence, and ihe rivival -but will 4.
CanJan. .lames Middle, cools, the legs of the staple are ol reserve to themselves the right ( I
Arch. S Campbell, Lieut. Commandant, held fdsl and solid, leaving two or of the Jewish government uder IV candor animadverting on them in the spirit of

John N. Hamilton. Purser, to join the or three inches, ou/re or less, the proctciioi) of the United ; men, tenderness, and with of the' politeness of gentle
States after the of that 'Christians considera. _
Adams dispersion
John ,
the size of ihe rod of tion
according to ,
Thomas Uarro.i, Secretary to Com. ancient i-.nd wealthy people for "Vn t ot nB\\C\a. whom and rove of Brothers, i
they believe
"\Varrini'on. giuss: beween the buildingand : aJl mankind io be. j
nearly 2000 years-and the appointment ---- TERMS, OF
'o-r.modores "U'arrinjjton and Ma'nbrid.e the rod. This block of glass PUBLICATION
and Captain Hiddlc arc Commissioners is cast of a wedge shape and firmly *, of Mr. Noah as first ENTER EDt 1. "I lie publishers of The Star .fthe

to fix upon the' ite for a Nlie.. I i fried into o'-thick' Jud: e. Il w'as intended, pursuant ()"I. 23.1-Schr. Mary Elizabeth Houth do not calculate on, nor wish, to
plankor receive
a piece
jot "on the Coast of Florida within the to public notice, to calibrate I! J: ckson Kf y West : CargoU. any pecuniary benefit from its
block of wood which is nailedor publication
linlf of Mexico" and '' S. Naval Stores boxes of and therefore, will
:. are now proceeding the. event on the Island, *nd a flag .- -40 regulate the size always
in examination of the Hay of Pensaco- pinned to the house, holding the of the paper according '
Grand i 13 boxes raisins and- 1 box
staff was erected ior to tiie: extent of
la, with view to that: object. wood immoveable and infrangible. patronage it may receive, i,.
Standard of Israel, and other ar- merchandize to order.CLEANED. from an enlightened 1 and lioeral) public. -
-- '. Si!
: U .S. Ship John J:!
t sat.section of biiimVmed: ; by Capt.K From the National Journal. that a sufficient numbtr: Oct. 24. Sloop Niagara, Tanner manner ofNilcs'a t)Weekly pe, and folded in the \

;chol$:)n of the J.11n! Adams, Mat the We learn by late accounts from of boats could {not be procuied in Mobile. an Index At the close of the Register 26th with i i.!
lever, which ha prevailed to some extent t
time to all those to the and references to .. .
Central Mexico, that Chilhuahua, convey \ every article,formjngavolume
& hoard that vessel, has almost entirelymibaiiirtl
on Direction far tailing into .4.4Pay. alllc1ucola
desirous of witnessing of.paes.Ill..Priceto .
and that the formerly a of Mexico Island who were _
prospect of health province .-Rrinjr the east point of St. Vin-
beinglotallv;' reestablished! prctii us to j called theJntendency of DU'l'angoJis the ceremony, and the celebration cent'i Ts'am1lo hear north and Flag-Is annum subscribers will be S 1 50
per payable
'. )proceed tig to sea, iscl"'rttin.'e arc ngw an independent State, and took place this day in the land. N by W half\y, then run for the fir uumbei. to tile Printer->n the receipt of the

liapjjy to observe that: Midshipman Deas, its official papers bear the characteristic village, which Was both interesting middle of Flair 'Inland which will keep who may hold a subscription or any person, 'I

has vho.se case' W.Lsone of the most alarming', motto of freedom, sover- : and impressive.' At dawn of vo i in the channel, until you are over the g 2 .t the: en- of six: months paper from the or J
recovered anti :
completely ; we I
be permitted to.del the boast, that may the eitrnty ard Indt'peucil"nce-"God I day ; a salute was fired in frontf bar.when on fairly which over you will the fin/l bar,ten haul feet up water and: lime IV._oftlie No advertisements publication of the first number.

t..: ad.i/ission of the vessel to the benefits : and Liberty." This Slate contains the Court House, and from thf'tcrract" double St.:GeorefeVlsland. by giving it a -in the columns of 'I'he'tar will" be inserted I

ol our healthy Port, ha* undoubtedly t 129 247 square miles, and hs pop- facing he Lake. At 10 !mall birth until you get entirely into the except notices of the death of of(listing the Suuth'lisn-,
contributed not a little to the extermination : is stated The o'cluckthe masonic and military hay, when you' may anchor perfect safe- ed
disease and to saving: the lives of julatiou at 159,700. persons, or marriages! and of the pub.
Ij assembled in front of hIf you intend to run into the river. lication of works of
many lIt her gallant officers and cr'w- city of ulhuahua lies West by companies St. best a-board. until of their nature
:May the pride of our nation, be permanently South Nachitoches, and its dis- the Loclgc, and'!, at 11 the line of you make a pap in the woods on ,the V. A

guarantied the blessing! of a healthy tance, in a stiaighl line, as the procession was :(formed as follows, : beachbrjnpr; the N. part of this gap to the South competent uill be obtained Editor of The Star ./ '
; is
rendezvous; while enufed in the perilous swallow flies, may be about 600 Ordtr of C ltbration.-\luMc, bear S., and ttteer N. by E., until you intended to commence the publication it now
of the West India on
service Station.Quarantine. miles. Its latitude is about 29, military citizens, civil ofiiceis, bring the east point to bear E., and west the 1st day of the >ear 1826.
point \\-..by S., then steer W. N. W. until N. B. Printers
in uniform officers of
slate officers U..b.
'and in
The time fixed law its longitude i:' out 27 West of newspapers the
by you make the outer stake, which has a States of Soutn
for the quarantine of vessels! arriving1 at the City of Washington.From president! and trustees of the block on it, after which the channel U :Alabama and the Carolina Postmasters, Georgia and !

this Port, expired on Wednesday last ; corporation, tyer| stewards, entered staked to the mouth of the river.which has Court-houses in the same States at all elsewhere the j

25tli instant. apprentices, (fclluw crafts, seven and a half feet water on the bar. will receive the ur -, 5
the Alex. Phenix Gazette. names of any who j
master masons, senior, and junior may wish to subscribe for The Star of the

,; Health Pt'118aC'oa.-Some little alarm Ex.raorclinary exertions are deacons, secrei} and treasurer, iftttCQSAliS South, and send them to Fort Hawkins, i j

having been recently excited, by a few making in N. Yoik, foil celebrating senior and junior wardens, masters Ga. on the 20th of December next andso
timid ppiritb; ,on account ot a few cases of in the most imposing nunner, : FOR PUBLISHING MIUZDCEVILLK, GEO. on as they may be obtained,pelt paid '
liijrh bilious fever which have existed in the meeting ol the Ailantick and of lodges, piasl masters, rev. A Semi-'V eekly Paper, out of the subscription price, directed to
our City, renders it necessary to again Erie clergy: steward'J; with corn, wine to the Editor of T/te Star of the South
the Grand
through I TO BE ? Nt1LEJJT1Ms
*:4}' a few words on this subject. For the1.l..ll1loU1b and oil. I
Sate Canal. The 1 snih ofOnohpr I rrr Printers in the Southern States _
we hive liatlsomc<< of SotTo \
excessively t\\e
C Principal Architect Sta;? \ .
which has been for ) who are friendly to the liberty of the
,disagreeable -eatlier, to ;'etli9 assigned the event. Globe < with level > Globe
| cr with the total want of rain, encouraged and it is proposed that a splendid (, and square plumb 5 be devoted to the illustration and de mind of man and free investigation, will
M doctrine of the please to insert the above
the fear that sickne.ss would prevail here fence of the interesting prospectus in
fj| but wla.u'e now the satisfaction to state;, celebration shall take place on that Bible, square and, compass borne \'ersa11101inesI and happiness of the their papers as often as they think proper.NOTiCE. j t

that) kit grounds, fur this fear :arc dissipaicd day. A meeting has been held in by a master mason, the judge of souls of the human family-and of the -

the city of N w-York to Israel in black of God. t91711ERES V I
; a salubrious shower and SOniC days concert wearing the judicial Unity \ ..

vf cool weather, have strengthened the: measures for the put pose, when rubes of crimson bilk, trim JJy a Society of Belnvert on Christ... the on or about the 19th day /
conviction liave lung been under, that it Lord" \J.t of August last, fourteen ban-els.or
was proposed to station cannonat med with .'ermine and a richly embossed .
tusjci! son u'>ntl) be one ot'extiaordinary clamo.THE Whiskey were picked up on the, North ... ,
short intervals from Buffalo medal JllcUus non tangere _
to golden suspendeda side Island
of Ship Pedro Raich
; healthiIessald would fully reinstate of the proposed by. master |
wur City in her well deserved character S.uldlI ok &o that the entrance the neck ; a master mason, publishers all th""e men who delight to .ot the Schooner Amelia-and others t
that of bt'illJ.pcs healthy a place as any in of theii-ai boat from the Lake into royal arch masons, knight tem witness the happiness of their fellow-citi! and in pursuance of the provisions of An j

the Southern climate. the Canal may be announced! plars. r> zens rejoice in observing the rapid act concerning;wreckers and wrecked j l

: ....11JJ'c: :3J>> throughout the Slat by ONE grand On arriving a, the church door I march of-science, and in bejiolding the in I property N. S. Parmaritier a Jury was Esq.empanelled Notary Public before, 5

from Baltimore American. \\feu d joiVhen the boat enters the troops opened to the right and extension blessed of intellectual United States improvement and they believe : who on the 27th day of September 1825 a

Florida Canal.- file Agricultural the Hudson, at Albany is pro- left, 2c lhc.pro 8sion entered the these that there is no constitution or I made the following award_ .'that the said

r Society of Eisi Florida, have posed that she be received oy a aisles, the band playing the grand form of government on the face of the Whiskey Salvors be be *)ld at auction, and that the

; made a report on the expediency fleet of si-amboats, embracing all march from.Jijdas Maccabeus. earth amongst mf'D. that affprds so many proceeds thereof paid for fifty per cent" of the ..

aid of that ply the The full toned commenced facilities for the accomplishment of thenob'e salvage.::
practicability uniting the.Ai4ntic upon NewYprk waters organ of science and moral improvement -i This is to Give Notice. .
with the Gulf of and that she be escorted in notet the purposes
l'tlexicuJ ; Dwelling performing i as the American constitutionand tbat the said awardlias been carried into i
hy a canal across the Florida Pen- triumph to Sundy Hook, in full Ju iaOn the ,communion table i the application of its'government. .1.1I effect and the net-proceed ofithe said A

'?!ulii. commencing -it St. Augus- view of the broad ocean. It is lay the Corn'e Stone, with the Under the powerful protection: and benign Whiskey have been paid intq ray hands |

tint', and ending at Yacassay Buy, : supposed that fifty steam-boats following inscription in Hebrew, I influence, of the government of,. The owner or ownersof1 said property u
[these United States, there is, no impediment 'are hereby ealleocI'up n.to come forward,
:)racing a distance of 82 mleshich will volunteer on the occasion, allof 4IIear 0 Israel, the Lord it our :
I to the rapid and continued improvement and prefer their claim or claim,.theret, V
is rMimatrd to cost about which are to be superbly decorated God. Tire Lord is one Araral of the human roind,. .but,.ozaajr rao within year and a day.from the' date of

890,000, as the intersection of se- with flags, emblems, and devices the Hebrew refuge, founded by tives are exhibited, calculated elicit its the award aforesaid, after whjch' the.pro : J;

'rral rivers will reduce the actual I On 'entering the bay of N Mordecai Manuel I'Noah_ in 'the attention and engage its)inquiries, as well, .ceed will fe$ 'disposed ot according. to :

n&Hing\ to about 18 miles. York, opposite' Garden, the I Mouth of Tisri, 585_, 'ponespond.inj .. I u to stimulate its energies;' ,Here,every 1*V... ,, )

This important canal will save range of cannon on the Battery, :: with 'September, 1835, and.'in-' mind may.thinkwyery be tongue employed may John Miller, Cl'k.Superior ., !
pen may
a distance and all the forts and armed the 50th of Inde speak boldly every Court of West Florida. .
of nearly) $OO miles in shipsin year i American to wtilefearlestly-every press may print Pensacola, 28th,,Oct.-1825-35-laml2ta.
doubling the dangerous Florida the harbor are to welcome and pendence. I : lawfully. .and every mail -,may circulate ; !

trtfs salute her with their united thunders the productions of wit, fancy,-of Deerskins Beeswax j jT'
or shoal, and brin the Jlrideconimcrcf On the ,stone lay the Vilver cups tridely read Ithoutfear aud, : ,

and of New Orleans mingled'with the glad voices. with wine, corn aud' oil.. "itlom-for every offence reader,. and to contemplateoiikiff IIE: :_highest i market price will be given ...

'Shd Mexico closer the southetn of 60,000 freemen.", The ceremonies! : commenced by of.the.subjects giving human investigation in Cath for Oierstinsaiid. Be ;',

.-.. ;the ,morning service j read erophat and conjecture-and here too, are to,bet waxby f/ -1 1

NIt i i stated by.thf Bditor of the From the Boston Palladium. : ically bjr' the ReV. Mr. Sear), of i iI t found a targe collectien.subjects of curiosity Johniernsonjr.. ,'
to draw .
York Advocate that the ?al. Gen. G lnea-Gi. Gaines. has I the Episcopal ..Cb rch1 Before 1 I and admiration, sufficieoj the ;Notice Given '
and reasoning: is Hereby
I : the attention engage .
be of the public: lands wr.ujdbein- written another letter to Gov.; Jehovah's. .awful.1 f Throne ,", was *of the man!f Jxtive genius, aiidJeveiito lHAT at the next term' of the Hoa -.
power ? '
trrUPd five hundred percent. by Troup,, of Georgia, in which- heburns sung byihe. chouJo.tbe; tune t of : stinndte.t'hezupme. W] 41 'the County Court: ,I will.present te'accotInt3ifl4 .:". 1

Jhr opening ofthecaaal such quite as 'much gunpowderas Old H. dd.' Morning prayer. We believe, however,' that' tbpesent. vouchers. and, ,Hke'k- ,feaw,.:.

the fhci, the Go,.*.t. of the-U' S. in his preceding one.' He vin'dic"tta i'First lesson' frpra Jeremiah andefcrncl Jiappinessofthe wlote,imfj.niljres WI settlement. .. of the Estate'tif .Do.ispS.teotPencolcr _. I
b'ectl'or.the raiwi teporrtahce .1-.... .. : ,..., l( .... '
1b'udeeply interested. in making : ,the piquancy of.. his .correspondence : 31st.-:Second. lei sonZeph, iii. an4moat worthy. .fUw'-v -fud.* ,: -

e Contemplated. canal as:that on the ground of the ,Bth terse. PiilOrtlle. : occasrr98 -- ,of the,bentvoje andwiie MjiMe.oCafibWing .J:7':7: pa- .Fr-I, : 1.'q;.{ ,,_i ia.' .. ",' \.' '

ti IIQFlda'l: and there cannot persona iniipuHttons. ,which werecootsintd J VslJ! iobi :isrth P.1Mii'AflteCothmVdOflSfliCe tfiem the,. aostfcoitejBpla J. .- f- ;.s :- iII.,1IM'": ''_."__ ''
.doubt that *. WhAt caa; : Pceacofc, <*t 2.bt, i \ ;t.
tf ( in the'GOT'B. letterj n- verse. onai- '. '
upon re- '
proper r ,-. ,, ( ,
'" ,' r "'
":. (, t. I

S.l : I. {
I-II I .
'I-- : -- 'I.

I .-. : .. -- o .\ .. .. r ..-r ''We! "':."":',- ,1- F1" ,<.'. >>_ ,,. _
S \.fo.'j.t.,

a.PenswoaBo1kk. "- Stcfftt


wr PttntaDd_ ommo 91ptmb" Store I ,BOSTON SARD. :'iiu '
1 ew .iis'iiunt. gt;! & '
I Coffee mills,'fmng-pans,sun locks, | : .

Gun'and'rifle.flints,'plough lines, i _---A pn'PiiS.8.LSI'OR (Bi.fu'AorilJ.!. 11M f'fNi.i.r1:

E1 The Subscriber. Sad irons,weeding hoe*,trace chains' 'received per Brig :St. ciair, 'di. sz1L'xDIJiTo6e.DravminsA4city.fxe.qj" .:.)

just received, per Mary W ahiOK- Cotton cards, wire alerts, JUST from New-York and for tale as ,PUBLISHING BT SUBSCRIPTIOK:,

i HAS n from Philadelphia, and is, now' Iron weights setts,'tin scales & measure above,an additional assortment of Books, THE'LIFE OF THE < ra:

J opening a general and well selected as I:: *|n setts among whicn are the following BOSTONWlTB' n'\\\\1)\ ." 1B1t\ .

ofRnent of Tin scoops and funnels assorted, NV WOJiKS 9
Common and riretted tin cups. A POBTHAIT BT DURAI'D.or I : r.

i < \ Coffee pots, sauce pans!, pudding pans Rothelan, a Romance ufthe,Erlgtisb Ills- -- -------- She 4th o/January, 1826, **

J suitcd to the present and ensuing seasons: Wash basins, blue printed,painted and tones, In ycrnthIsawtherugged road And finished in five :-Minutes.
consisting of cr am colored plate, Stanhope's Letters on Greece, in 1823 My feet were doomeato tread; _

fine and blue black and drab do do do do'twiflttn., I and 1834 with Documents on the Greek Andaane, 1 took misfortune's lead, --
superfine I do do 'do do dishes asa'td and the life of Mustapha 45 N1516BALLOT2TO
cloths I Revolution; And bared Heaven, my hcid.To DzDIA"..
* ,. do do do do teas Ali -I, ---
do. do. da. and mixed cassimerc, ------ --
4 Sup. and low priced sattinetts, do do dodo chambers, Buchanan's Sketches of the North American the .PubliCl. Each Ticket having 3 Mtmbertin *
do do do do & basins WWIJKJ.
ewers their
IpdUns, with a plan for melioration lIOn.
:, Tartan and Caroline plaids, do do do pitchers, frequent requests of friends and J.: B.Tates
made oaks THE & A.
Men's. ready plaid :
do do do 'dobowla, anxiety expressed by the public M'Intyre
balsa and flannels, Theodoric, a Tale and other Poems by ,
White Green, yellow and red do. Up right and heavy 4 piat tumblers Thomas Campbell, 0 generally, to become better I. acquaintedwith fr .. ";Wanager.
the hit of the
bombazetts ALSO The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts tory Bo."o71.1Jcsrdu. om"'JDWImm1-
Plain and black
1 figured has, xt length, induced him .to' attemptthe -
for Plain CJookery &c. &c. &c.
and do. Holland (
blue ,
Figured Cognise brandy,
of his life witha !
l publication ,
p together '
: Denmark satin, bangup cord, Madeira, Ten trifle and Lisbon wine, Biography of the British Sta, e,being the
Lives o'f the Actors and Actre.s number of his poems whicn :are necessarily OF THE
Rose and point blanket; Imperial and young hyson teas, principal attached to the narrative. Misconception JMIVYORKCLASS 8T.Ji'E
cloths, Loaf Jamaica coffee %cs,
Twilled negro rugs sugar, 'Lit.e-ratu-re .
of Unmerited 'censure Lutte
t ; Real and imitation cashmere shawls, Pepper, pimento and mustard, Th'- history:of Matthew aid, by thenulhorcf character ",
loss of health, and the uncertaintyof
t Drab and colored Waterloo Shawls, Shot assorted, bar lead, Valerius &c great 3, for 1826.
3 Kil do. do. poir.ts, and canister H.,!I..I-'R Vie\v of Europe, during the life at any time, hay each had a due
Gunpowder in kegs 1 Prize of $10OO00
,": .;.:. I hastening determination.And 3100,00
I .
Imitation merino do. Cut nails assorted! copperas, : ? jres, 1 do ()
II 50,000
\ do. and colored'Cotton shawls) candles noair. TJ.e .e.-i-i-h| Daughter, if rcrteithe very spice of life, 50,000.
Sperm yello.v segars the readers of tills: work will find their 1 dodo 20.000....
it;.., Valencia and toi1 nett vestings, German pipes, chewing! \(,'>.icco, ;analV, Tin* ilu IIMI ileart, :. 1 10,500 20.0
tt. SVansdown, and Marseilles do.. Flour in \ bhis, cri.cvprj"n: kegs, Tae :h;/i.l.l'dCI''i. a Tale, n. ntal repast sufficiently seasoned ; to 2 .do 5,000- 10,500

d- : English and imit tion black silk do. Rye jih'skey ard cm in oMs.! .jVcM.fn in "iir,)prr, .'O C'':,nes injAmenca, II please even the v1ateofan epicure 4 'do'' 2,500- 10UOO
The -
and misfortunes himself
Ready made vests and shirts,) Porter, ue U'H' cmerin o'i\-?, .ni.: : '.I4t'i;: Jlook eta s-oall Colleger, I IL sorrows 10 do 2.000- 10,0.,0:

4,' Paddings and buckrams, 8 by 10 zu.d 10 by 12 wiiuluw glass, \s: ; lays, .1t-., .:>tit, bth, 7th, 8th, 9th. and the those of his father's house, began in 39 do. 1,060--. 20oOu"
eh'.ldliond; of the author these calamities
Domestic \ and 4-4 plaids and stripes, Swedes iron. German stetl, and IC't'-i vol:: ;ics. ; 78 do" LOt 9.000
i I ; and griefs, therefore, are not of late 39,G'V\
do. do. checks and tickings, mcuUlx (;
( .tc tmp. assorted, plough T TI1RR ivirsL'aley's 468 do 1004,446 -

I do. deir.wstuul eottonades, COUl'J1.gl' 7jnrl!>a'crc.pe! ai.d twine. Voksco.nnete} ; n: 5 vols. bcgtuing Lrcipn: to;himself there must that have been shall a cause be do 50( :- 2'2,3 46,800:

do. $ brown_and b! ac11t'd shirtirgs, : All of H'hiciivili be sole1, wholesale: orrtaii lt ilu.:; Anr.i.t) lis! yry, 8 vols.Fliitar. madr ; cause
with due the .
4-4 -tcm. loom and S. Island do. at the lowest market prices, for !j's L ..es, 8 vols. a regard to 5,051 Prizes, _-, --
h"*! "flhe (Ih
Don.estlc broxvn & bleached sheetings, cash, cltolor ipprove:! paper. Josep1.,is'a Works?, 6 vols.Jiannlos mt,& ing. Except: my ir.tlicr 9,139 Blanks; JO 567,600
'kcrs :ster unil'!>r::ther&, 1 :tmul i imlcbttd
Gibphari s MJ imitation seur"ut Ji'lm JClorison jr. on Pt';r.v.liv''S, Leas than
robes assorted to no livnij; re!'ative fiv ar.y favi-r whatever. 2 Blanks to c Prize'
Uon'eii'd gingham :t Pen ; rol.l: Oct. 1st, 1825.Frcsli Arm. nc! or T; pJius: J'cver, If the clnikU which! veile.l the moinTI Prizes Payable in the City oiNew.yok.
: 1'wey .lIul.'m. h.re prints, newest style Miner *; (11 |hlly -'r. lVvtr: ,
J. after the
J *un of lite, have been broken and dispersed forty days : drawing ; but the cash
y' a'a.I \vtlcri.s, UfiJa'.
v'racticul, Ciic.iistry, by Coxe,
; if m:. c; a seif < appellation, maybehadimmed-ateiy, subject
brown Hollar.d1lkuhc : j4ve to the
. ; flericks, Osn&burgs, Pvel tioitn
: .mMrse' t.;,
usual ductior. f
Goods.T"HECElYr.l 1 hav' encomiums for e
-nittitiidanj per cent.
.... } : ,wl G:1"1. U'tr, my po-
r;. 7-8r ..1lri"h 1'nens! assorted,in I ':icai ,.rc'iULfons ; and if those pronuct.ons aJJJrJn, aJJJJJJrric _
| : 'i' \\ lkers HrtorHt..i\; : t aro and Pocket, -
xvho'e and !h ial}:' pieces: have a tendency to instruct, amuse, O"r
) by the latest arrivals a Milton's V irks, *' *\lj. jftl:;, Tickets.Whole .
or enli iitea the
) understanding the kind-
lirh1d Knsvia: diapers 11 large and general assortment ofGOODS Thomphor.? |?ea IIH'I.0.: !. gilt, r.eti ot kindred has not in manner, nor: : \ : : : : : g50 H Quarter: : : 81250
J iwns ?v! Imv-'i (;azbrick1j'r1k Beauties of any .
afleh.t1.ercolorcd! do. jrtkrsjieare; do.Campbell' at a:;y time, been productive of these e- :. Half : : : : :, 26 HEight}) ;t : : t 6 25
:; I'tv.ms, do.Heivcy' vchts. If 1 have been an bu. gc.rcdthe.l Th.a IS the 'rnort: magnificent Scheme
Caml rid; ntjCkti ct r.uislins, Meilita.tions, do. bi cad of the ttrmiger has stiengthenedme that has ever been offered tor the patronage
Sv f.S pud tri''i do. Pilgr.nis Pro,;rex?, do.l'OiiC'S of the friends ot -
suited to the season. ; if weary, on n.s couch iiave 1 reposeci Lottery adventure jmimierica.
br.k do.
; 1:1.il1.11: ngl.1'c:1 :>, 3 1.2 and 4 1-2 point bunkets, Works, 2 vols/ do. slumbered! und refreshed ; to the I '. he small nunihero:' TicktUand

I J&1tHn..t'.Ied rutntliand c cambric collartits dimities,, Duiiield And' Whitney blankets, Lights & Shadows of Scottish Life, do. ttranger, therefore, am I indebted, and I I i I the unexampled demand for them, U

Pig 74to 1 4-4 double rose do. :Flannels, ALSO, tender him that \vhich I owe no one the, I' a sufficient warrant, that there will notbe

"Boidirei.vhite Swiss; po'nls* insertion and colon;trimmings d cravats, white & blue plains Bushings, kerseys,Isattinctts The Sorrows'of VV'erter, Vocal Standard,, gratitude. The heal of the day has been I a chance left, for weeks before the day
assorted Lite ot'j<'ranl lin, Paul and i fixed for the drawing ; and that the
Handkerchiefs\ qualities, > Virginia, i/crne alone hannj; : always been as un price
;. Madras variety, and William Tell Gulliver's]) '. of Tickets will shortly rise to 560.
do. and colored flags, sup common cloth and cassimercs, Travels, fccc.&c. \ 'Jiimgto ask assistance where a refusal I
Uerkley brown &. bleached &. WHICH, certain 1 QC/: Gentlemen arc therefore
and% cashmere l1'kfs.Baregeatlt shirtings sheetings,, was ;u> uiu nov solicitous ol'excluaively requested
:. Gauze do. logcllier with the stock heretofore to be early 1,1 their application} i&s111
superfine that credit
icrino, do. on enjoying for my })(;- ; Or.
lilaek La\'entiiie, do. plaids, stripes, indig and furniture h:&iul, composes a very extensive and general i ems which candid men may think proper: ders actually mailed before the rise, will

; Bandanna :mc1 flag do. checks, various qualities, ussoilment of books, and. will be to bestow. be entitled to be supplied at the present
+ sold at the w-York for cash.fouti'.ry rates. .
A handsome Assortment prices -
; : China do. do. Boston Bard. *
Fancy Note3 of the
Merchants and % Bank of the United
"\Vite and colored satins, Irish> linens and !lawns, i linen checks, ; furjiished: on the public most or.privateLibraries liberal Jfonnt; Pleasant, JV Y J/tircA, 1825. States and its branches, and,
Poured black gros de Naples, 4.'l, 5.4 and cambrics, lcrms, and such books as are ordered and The work.l: contain about two hun the Notes of all Banks that pay specie
le. antinc, black cotton velvet, 7-3 and 6-4
Black \ jacconets,
dred duodecimo l
ate not on htind, will be procured with a!55 pages, printed on fine at par. '
I Bl&ck sensluws and sarccnetts, Sup. cambric prints, new style with fair and Also Mercantile
little delay as possible. Orders from a paper a neat type and offered : Drafts at sight, on
do. and colored Mandarine crapes, second & common do fu:;,tiure prints, of any
distance i will he as promptly ::..attended subscribers at one dollar; cash on tin Urge Cities and Prize Tickets,received
:' (]o. do. Canton do. bleached md brown Kus&ia setingstIkleIUJdrgS : 1, deliver '. in .
and meet with the same liberality as a ) freely: payment.All
do.: do. Italian do. hessians; [ t-.rsonal application. There will not be a greater number of Letters to be post-paid.
r ,Voinen'sblack and white silk hose! Ludies_wtnte cotio,. ioe, The Mail ,
0 0 W. copies printed than what are subscribedfor. may b = relied on as .
.: do.; do. and colored worsted (In. \hile, black, slate ana lend worsted do.t Hasell Hunt. perfectly sate for all remittances. being

: do. and misses1 white cotton do. white ?nd grl'Y I a ml A wooi uiui wor : April 12th, 1825. :: '* be
o Subscription papers! may re Yates &
; ldises' hilk and Vifcomu( do. half hose, I turned by mail, in an envelope, to the M'lutyre,
Men's worsted ai'd do. half do. elegant figured silk for dresses, Cantonment 11,JOke: Plot':da, l Post Master at Mount Pleasant"N. Y. andit : WASHINGTON Cur.

r ::4 do.bUck and white silk do. do. Barrege robes, gingham ana cambric do September hI, 1825. > is desirable that the list of the patrons 32-IGt.

do. white cotton do assorted: and:i ktre assoitment of other ftncy and I WILL receive proposals till the 20th should be forwarded as soon as possible.Post .

._; Children's worsted boots, staple articles I December ensuing, to furnish the Masters and others who obtain and of Letters remaining in

I ; Cotton and silk suspenders 15 packages men's lined and bound I troop* of the United States' Army, that become responsible for eight subscribersshall LIST Post Office at Pensacola

.' Men's and women's white silk gloves shoes, I are or may be stationed at Cantonment receive
one gratis.
:: do. do. hoskin do. thick sewed and pegged do & brogans, Broolce, with. fresh beef, from the 1st day (C Subscriptions received at thL: Of ou the 30th day of September,

do. beaver and dogskin, do. women's, girl'a and boy'ji leather snoes of January 1826, to include the 31st day fice. 1825, wnich, if not taken out with

I. Women's white and colored kid do. anti fire brogans, of December*, 1826. in three months will br forwarded

: : Figured tuille and thread l laces, 3 cases ** Brewstcis" extra beaver hats, The beef will be required to be delivered i to the General Post Office as dead
Cotton lacef: and fringes, made to order. to the troops two days in each Medical Cul\ege, Letters.

,, .: Whife and'black tapes Xo. 25, wool hats, bo) 's castor do. wt-ck (the days to be designated) in such

:. Black and colored silk galoons, ALSO quantity as shall be requisite: for their rations OF A.-Samuel T. Anderson 2,

Edged satin and belt ribbons, 200 pSt Dundee & Kentucky bagging, on each:day. SOUTH CAROLINA. Margaret AlienE. H. Alexander.
Fancy figured and stamped do. in setts, IOU cods And I deem it to
bule rope baling twine, necessary apprise Lectures ofthis Institution will be B.-Albert J. K. Baker, Henry
Black velvet mantna do. 30 barrels whiskey, 50 bats coffee, those who may choose to ofler to contract THE the 11. Brackenridge 4 John H.
: do and colored gimps and cords, 8 barrels! loaf and lump sugar, for the supply that: the beef will be required on second Monday of Bryan

S Black Ostrich feathers,artificial flowers, 30 basket sweet oil, | to be of the best which the marketcan I November next, as follows : Absalom Breeland, James

S Fancy necklaces and buckles, 25 boxes 8 ;* 10-9 11-10 X 12 afford, and particular attention must I On Jlnatomy-By John Edwards Holbrook Bright, James O. Baxter, Israel

S 4 Floss and sewing cotton assorted, window glass, be had to the butchering thereof as a rigid : M. D. Baxter, Mrs. Bolt, George M.

I PaU-T.l and nun's inread, do. 3 tons castings, 2 tons swedes iron, inspection of it will always be made Surgery-James Ramsay M. D. Brooke 2.'C.uJevotiore.
Bin Italian: sewing silk, German and blistered steel, Persons offering to contract, will make of Medicine.-S.

Plain> and lined parasols, 5U kcps; cut nails, their proposals in writing, sealed and directed Henry Dickson, M. D.wUatea Cotton, William

Scn5h.1w11'1: succuct umbrellas, Madeira. Ten trifle and Malaga wines I to me at this place, stating the D. Jlledica-llenry C. Frost, M. Collins, William Cross, Joseph

z Letter, cap and wrapping paper,, in quarter. casks, I rate per pound, in a single bid, for which Galloway, James Coloin, Isaac
IC' Bonnet boards, spelling books, superior eld cogniac brandy, they will furnish, and they shall be informed and Jiteate of Women and In Clarke 5.
S liftt'iotuler, qUIlls and pencils fants-Thomas G. Prioleau, M. U.CIzezm'strY4nd .
a few boxes oiL St. Julien claret: and a of the acceptance of their proposals D.-Francis L.
.' Weaver ami castor hats Pharmacy-Edmund Ha- Dade 4, William
Me; s ,
1 general assort.neiit of either letter from
groceries, for bale by me or on per
do. Uoram ar.d Wool d.l1t. ). by !'ionarapplicaion to me, at Cantonment vend), M. U.Ratural Dawson, atnI. J. De Camp3.

: Bovs inorocco amI0(.') do. Stone & Nishct. Drooke, on the day above mentioned. History and Botany.-Stephen E.-Alfred W. Elwes, Jonathan
mel)' straw bonnet's and do. Elliott, L. L. D.'
B Ellis
Oct. 1st 'John Page Lt. 2, Capt. R. Easier.F. : .
P fii.e nntl 1825. S.
Men's 'iraroccy calf boots Dickson
,. I. Henry :M. D.
do. Jifc'lt'f and Monroe do. _-111.1. C'jw. .S'it6.,i tC.ce. .-C. A.Finlay 2, BenjaminFoster

do. finecaU'stu: >es. and pumps, NOTE-No propooali will be received August 24-29-lOt.J3fuu f sac .l-wu1ll' 2, Thomas Fleming, E. C.

i: Ur. \luc* browns and shoes,, :: "'r\.t: B. artcrthe 19thi\ December, the day previous -. Ferguson.

Women's momccii boots an'\'!)hoes, To intruding settlers and others I to tire one limited. G.William Grun 2.Thomas

do do bet sips amities, 28.-I20d, ORlfOLA.furiuanl Grubbs. 1H.
tlo. blacK Valencia. hteHt lies, who commit waste on the fiublic -- -

do colored silk do. do. ami sprig, lallds.TtlOSg. srvVru)1wi. to an order of the 7onoraile .-Selina P. Hall, Edward L.

: Childrei/s mor./eco boots and shoes, County Court; of Jack8on Harris, Nathaniel Hayden,Joseph
_, !}d: 'do leather do. do. lawless persons who are ili :j' ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE Henley, Nathaniel Hutson, John

ui b Coal sc negio shoes in cases, ;;- on Jaids ()t' tjC U II..d IJel1s cola Bookstore WILL BE SOLD
Huff Jonathan Levi Har-
State.and of ,
and l'U' nced sa.idle committing wnrte
:3 ie |> ;, on p-ihi:
i:1t1: Eye and plush side do. limber are hereby r.olificd; ttl: t rieu' u-es Jin* tIILLS dsioriintnt I Stationary consisting_of :To the \\ig\\est Bidder ris, James Hamilton, John Harvey
(ih superior quality, ,
11t. Cot lars and w igoii wnips, l I\\'l been takei'f'tf.i rigid r.if.jriu.iu_ of James Hal ris.
and 414jF1 the lass's oftle Unite I &tucs.i'! : urh LetterFolio and Cap paper, ON the first Wednesday after the third
adulebags iivuiingalcs. C\ J. James
? ; Johnson John Jones.
\\ itcM, Se fi'Lg'Vax.. Monday in October ,
'i.utie at the
;- Curb: and ename, bridles, some very S1t superior to desist provided from, such they niVenccs arc nereby fc.rt ordered h-. IVtf, Cork, Glass;, and Pocket Inkstands, town Chipola, the Seat of Justice for K.-Lawrence Kearney, Barney
rn t
":; with otherwise lied ink Powder' said County, a part of the lots of said Kelly.
rflr'i is)r; tucking and side combs, they will!) he prosecuted
'-I" Mock d.). do. do.Stamjj to the utmost: rigor oVthe law. .lapamied Sand Boxes, Paint Boxes' Town. L.=Alexander Lawrimore, Capt.

'i;' ...l ai.d irory pockd tb.it .* Gi\,( under uvy 1a.1dt} the city of Keel Lead Tape and,Slate Indian, Rubber,. 4 Terms of Sale-Ten per cent. in advance Wm. Lear, Thomas Long, John
":'/ J-'inc uiui s-ip. ivory and dressing do. Washington, the 24th day of Mari 1825 /auiel'sliair do. Crayons, the balance: in six and twelve' Lan ie r.

,1 Horn and bore spender buUous, Gco. Giahjun months. _
Pei.cil Cases,
Wm.Mc'Nealy 2
mo'ihU Titles will be made ,
llutton pearl on receipt of
C'Jmmi"io1&e'of the General Lund indtrhMe l Ink, [
I liiit coat a.d vest do. Office. Drawing Paper the last payment. Mifflin, Svrecn McSween, Wm.

'" Fine an.i! v.ip. needles) rind pius, 8-tlj. Bonnet floards,, The town of Chipola is situated on the McLeod, Robert McDowell *.

r Iron and .steel knitting d.).' I Clothes and Hair Hrushes.ALSO western bank of the river of the same Matheson.P. .
I Silver and Tailor's Thimbles: name, at the bead o<"navigation and Plum-
Coinruon Scissors, Razors, .-Joh.n Page 4, Kemp
4 :,; Fancy, and common t-ttiisors, I joining to rich and fertile lands
1826. Superior \Vindsor Soap and ; on a mer, Alex'r. B. Pinkham, John
Fine and and knives handsome .
5I sup, pen pocket Common/ Watch Keys. eminence, commanding a view
tlo do dirk.ald. jack do of the country round it, and the prospectof Home Purvis '2, Hervey Porter,
: 5- do do, razors in cases, JJasell Hunt. health and good water is not surpassed Willi&m Pinkney Collector Key

r; .. I'oraeroy'k' razar straps and paste, Just Received and for SalePensacola Pensacola 15th Oct. 1825. by any section of the Territory. West, Capt.JPeter Pelharo 6.
ti :Fine' do. hones, niai Lies, '
Thos. R Peter
H. Hull -Dan. Le 'ftoy & Co. 3,
Table knives and fork ,
_ ; assorted: AT THE
Common and tetrl :spectacles in cases, ClockVateUaioteY.. .De.C1k, C. C. Rogers, Stephen. Reynders, James

Sh viriRboxcaaiul& bnuhen,' Book Store, Jacktoj. County. Robert 3. %v

Transparent wul fancy shaving soap, TJIE SUBSCJIIBER, : The Editors of the Florida Intelligencer -James.: W. Shine, Jess
J' blacking and brushes, -mlllI) re-commenced business give the above an insertion once*
at his
HAS Stroud 2 Thomas Smith, Capt.
I oldS month untill the day of Sale and ,
Shoe pincers, and hammers, on Palafox>> street, where
: do.lacks, awl blades and hafts, Louisiana & Mississippi will attend strictly .to"all businesam his i I their account to the Clerk's Office. in John Smith, J. ,Smith, Surgeon
i': .Snuff'boxes, glass beads, line. lie is grateful for the former patronage '. Jackson County-Florida. Cantonment; Brooke. Capt. R. ,1\1."

ca. tray., table mats, hooks and eyes, Almanac for 1826. of the public and begs a continuance 21-1alt1ts.-.. Sands. S "

CurUm'ring 1',, JJrittauia ,bble.and tea % -offavors, as he is determined that ho I : .. T.-.Abraha'ia. toms, Capt ''B

_ _-t ., _,.spaons, Price-per grot' S 10 pains shall be spared.i in future, to p'ease .N 'hcEI Richard'Ticc. *. V .'
t TuUmu 4?. do.. tlo..Tinned dozen those who may'favor' with their cus I -- .
1 Petir
W.-Wilhiarn White
u iron table do. "* single 12 tom. /He has on hand an assortment S 3 hereby given, That at the next term ,H. :'

.I ,, Fishhooks: and Hues,:tooth brushes, Country merchant*one are, requested to| Jewelry. I Ii I I! o'f the Hon.=,the County Court, .I w\U\ WiBlIenj: Pfigg Wealherlyt: Win

Bonnet wire; stock,pad & trunk. locks, forward their orders without delay as but i I John White. present the accounts and vouchers, and While_ ,"Mary: Jne.Wood folk,John
: ,Pateht alid bra i .cocks : l11akea.finallettJemeot'of: the: of BerrettWhiitpn.Dvld .
liquor Be
; a small quantity will be kept .on band, Pensacola, Aug. 26th 1825-26 -tf. Giles Newton rS M. Wright, <
-Iii vWliip, cross-cut, .hand and mill saw some delay SUing orders "will occur. if I T e *<*.. late. Pensaeoh,0.deceas-" ., Williams. Maly M. :Wilson.
they are not received in short time POINTING Ji Jf
Robert Mit
_ < .' S John de Lt&a to ,: ,
_ Socket cbissels/pcrev'iuers, W.HasellHunt. Executed with-fjealness and dis- .
: Pot 4flfgile
"L .
.t' '
DtCf.'in&'biYt & w,.. ,. .. .. October Tib,:'1825._ '.. I_ .: ttiii'Office. ': .' r.: -t 4cThri141ciItat4'. ; : : i t
11" :' ., .' at : Fe,..:?4th:.1825-51-if, f'\ '" Cd."co aJ.,30 Seit.: ;
f ... ; ,
_ pltei I t < < I ,'JI __ .



L1 --S -- -'-- ..- -'-- .5- f-._-4- 5 lI-EIll.Il