Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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 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: November 5, 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
notis - AKP3155
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System ID: UF00086631:00077
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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SATVRDT, 1of' lo-rid\\ delivering a top) thereof, orch Stet 2 3. And ttfurtherenacttd, any of the United States' ,, or Territories .. \

piLZS2iD caving tu copy at his usual That in every suit at law wherein : Provided, that a copy of

BY 'V'. HA8EI hUNT, ;act regulating judicial proceedings.Be place of a ode .Vith some person there is ao Issue of law made up such rule, together with a notice .

Sot EDITOR AND P orHIKTOm, it enacted by the Governor of the family above the age of fifteen by the parties it shall 'be'the duty of the time and place of taking

f richer of it*Laws of the United State. and Legislative Council of the Jear., and informing such of the said superior courts to such depositions be first served.on a

and of the Territory of Florid S5:. Territory of Florida, That( all process person o'e contents thereof, decide upon and give judgment in the .adverse party if men party I

jva'CauTlos-Year Half year o. = shall run in the name and by service to ,be ,t least thirty days the same, within the first three resides in'the Territory bis attorney i

Quarter year 1 50 the authority of the 1 erritory of before the retirn day of the writ. daysofeaoh successive term of of record, if the party doe* '

Sin Me paper twelve antI an half cents. : Florida, and all indictments shall Sec. I?. And.)e itfurther enacted, said,courier as soon thereafter a& not reside in this Territory, or incase 1

Subscriptions payable in advance. i conclude against the\ pace and Tnat all writs U ihe commence practicable. neither the party nor his at. j

\DVKR-rm -column l'very and advertisement measuring:' dignity of the same. ment of a quit alaw shall be made Sec. 24. And'be"it further enact- ,torney.reside.. in this Territory,

lot rf'the width than ofone twelve lines of this type, i JSec. 2. And be further enacted,' returnable to the next succeeding ell; That wherever the subject matter the same,notice shall be put up in -
5 an-nkertion(-e one dollar.cach weekly con- Tnat there shall be no othtr than I term of the courtfrotn which they of a demurrer at law is properto the clerk' office of the proper I

tin'la.nccfift rt cents; longer and wider ; special hall in any action whatsoever issued, un J shall be docketed ashereinafter le taken adv tage of by, general cbunty ; such notification, to be _.. I :

ones at the same rate. e and figure :. ; and the said bail shall endorse directed. demurrer, if said demurrer be served as aforesaid not less than

double price for be the totally first il1 displayid ertion.. .I upon the wilt ** 1 or we a* Sec. 13. And It further enact sustained, the party demurringshall three days before the taking of .:
will :
according( nenls to the nature of them :.nd gree to hr special bait fur tne vriihindriendaw ed, That i bh>ll be' the duty of be allowed a continuance such depositions, and allowing
ol HUH sized ," whicn uall be re- all sheriffs 'f this Territory to the cause and the
"il1.b mea,,,red bv matter opposite party: moreover: one day, Sunday's inclu.
Wen! in* rte'\ at intervals, (that quire and attest. U by the officer, note in i th4V rmirns the day on shall, on motion, be permitted to sive, for every twenty miles travel. 1.

tipe.it,notinscrted every week, tnrn the firstto will sei ving the proitfe which they) executed tne process amend. Provided, that if the said The said court shall have powerto
the last insertion) each Vd.t'sement.-- :)t"c. 3. And be further enacted, ol 1 the co-i'J party demurring choose to go to grant commissions to take depositions i
ctwrirpd as a was Thai iu alicase. :*: Hie }J'wiUUtl.8.u..i Sec.. 14. .1nd be it further enacted trial, the opposite party shall bepermuted I .
founts for advertising payable I upon interrogatories<< to ,
nieiuoruudulu lu tne ci -rkwtiai Tliat h service of to
ivt a process amend.nd
ijehLflt'uJ the cause such. commissions: annexed when
.n 1.1JC';1"truets will be made with 8J, ecit-s of action ne ia uesirjus upon *ny ne member of a mer- shall progress in like manner a-. ever it may b.. n.c"I6'. .rjr to
thOd .no vi"h to ...if rtU(>. %bv the year auil it biiail be the Hn/ shall be valid law pre- .
i* winication* to the 1tIiiorrust -to hiinji;, can-tie as in though no defect Kad existed ; hut .ant a failure t delaj of ju icc. '
*4 \\\ co.n: will t tlulv. of uucierk. 10 cuuoi&e lUc 64V4rti r," upo '-'he vvhfjlr of tht in all cases of defects, which are Sec. 34. Be it further enacted '
tlu >e attended'
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pcs't ._ ..._ h .II I 1'& .glbitt m"'hber.i
01 -.5. S C and tube taken
nstituting it, judg- of That
his advar.tage
to. or not. :is suits COflVCflCt'l by special any person summoned as 4
-- ._- --- :- S.C : olhcr1.CXt'CUUI1. lial f\'nt m. ) iutra shill be rendered demurrer shall witness
-::' tL .. ; against the only, no delay at a court, or before commissioners .
N. ,'['1/.1...J.ALL know wnciiicr bun isor : &tJa4J.\. fir.n aCMrjdihgly.bee. be allowed, but the party shall be referees, or O.KVsons Dtar-

persons having any demands. nut 15. And beitfnrthcrenact* permitted to amend and proceed appointed under the author

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deceased, are hereby called upon t.. present iual ail w.its ol cajj.w io uc*.* su C upon and enforced in the Sec. 25. And be it further enact or testimony, and failing to. attend .
them without delay are and requested personstodebted to ou; ot'th SIJtI1r4Jt cuu.i > .oai.s same ;uatiner as though the same ed. That all causes shall be dock. not having a' reasonable excuse

immediate to said estate payment' to li tins 1 UYHwT) S.a Oi' uiauttelU.naUli were jout"nd several. eird as they are filed, and a certain may be compelled by attachmentto

S Bake Joseph E. 'aro, IO .lie C-yUIIt.. 1U WuiCh Sec. //tf. And be further enacted r.umber'let by the clerk for each appear, and shall l he fined by the J

I Administrator. .UcienUaiU: (: rcsiUt &, und n, U.. Thit h "Ctrorth.whtnc't"er. any day of the term, and the subpoena court issuing the subj.cenu, after {.

October 15th, 183533 -8t I icnu.uu: ..'atl no ue ucid to bull plaintif complainant, ;rno is anonresdtnt fur witnesses shall require their giving the party ten days previous

Pen- :\cob. nor :::1.1 l Hit cuuao bi tried in auoilur shall desire to institute attendance on the day, on which notice, in any sum not exceeding .

S rOIR) B. : county, uuk-is for goou suit in : any of! the courts of the cause is set for. trial. ten dollars, br shall likewise he liable

"irtue of an order of the County G-US.C: t:.e vtuuc shall tic changed. his Teiritury previous to the filing Sec. 26. And be further enacted to the action of the party for ';

'. BY Court for the: County of Lbcambw.for.1 0) tI). tLU4 ttupcribr or count) l (,f niil\ declaiation or complaint That from and after the pas damages sustained by his non-at I
Public Auction
lull! proceed to sell the at 1Mb of: December courts.bcc. the shall be executed by sage ol this act it shall not be necessary tendance. But if his inability be

.ash next',on at Thursday 1 .o'c&ock, on the premises, 5. And be it further enacted, ne planlfi or complainant or_ for any person who sues. shewn tome court 41 the. time he

one half of Lot (with all the fnul no altwii nc> or cuuiueilor ailaft by some ( Ier person far him upon any bond, nut, covenant, : ought to have ,attended_ or at the '

: :: I buiidX's thi-ivo'i 1\0.24-1011_ stientl, cuioncr, or undcisiiciiif a cona ia the clerk') office deed, biil ol exchange or other next succeeding court, no fine or I
: : H :!:! taming forty feet liout on Spring or 01 her pirbou contcrncu with appmcd' security for the wriing, whereby money is. prom. action khall. be iBcurr d. Any 1

.vMrt:: ::t Hu tlb}, OMC hun-in-d and the seventy in the execution ui proct&b, snail costs ana targes ol said suit. ie to esitc -
feet in depth Kecio, bt-longmtf, deceased. be p. minted > becotiie Daii in aa> Stc. 17. J-nrf be further enact prove the execution of such bund, in any of the foremtntioned I .

of Domingo Joseph E. Caro, civil case!: nor in an)' cnnuii*.! CawiiUoul < ed, That if\.ny plaintiff or Coinpiainanl notes covenant, deed, bill of exchange cases, who Ir.allrt'fu.. to. 5*** cri .... _.

Administrator, I \.\.Jb.tlDl- leave from lue aifr the insti ution ol I or other writing, unless deuce on.oath or affirmation. as thecae ;
1823 33 Rt.iiibius court.bee.. ;fly *ui:, slibuld remove nimacll' the<< same .h T1 be denied by the may be, shall be-torn mi teed "' '
October l.t'', > I
r.ns'IC'\b, ;
4_ ; 6. And be further enacted, or h.srtfec-.kout of this IVrntory, delVnciaui under oath. to prison by the, court or other, !

Flower Root;, I'aalvl tu AI\) JII\:5(' sliaii not atlenu It may be lawful ftr Hie defendant, Sec. 27. And be further enact person uuhunsed to take his deposition ,, '

G.: 'e tt1 \i.UUBc'ftntB? &t.wi oa the nr*. du> oi* &U,' h.r.u, .;IVIf.ttll rt uas previous notice ed, Thai tne kssigurncni _of any ol or ftsiimony there to remain i

';TI'- I the court :n<*;l banuiroui aj.aUtl(4 '.o tue tJ"P'.si.e party or his fttornrv the iorententioned: instruments ol without bail or mainprizountil :. !

'., rP& -1l 1 S) I U..L) 10 day until ht\:1H; to move u dismiss the suit writing shall vest ihe assignee 1 he shall give such evidence.

IMlOrULBTOR of the Linaean o',,iocti oi llic I'uunn Guy, .."u nn.111 tor want of security foi costs. I thereof with the tame rights, powers And witnesses shall bt privilegedfrom
: Garden Fluslunir, near N. York oc he Uui.\ of inc cici .., Se. 18. And ce it further enact I and capacities as might have arrest in all cases except

!!ortt.rs to the public his j rt.lctll.1 tlsal liine lo Cuiuiuuc ali CAU S uuul ed, '1 hat if at aty lime a court been possessed by the assignor.And .- treason, felony or a breach of the

lectionol 1uThous'lower 1 Roots, ... tl_u.e_ .rr. 0----" ulur tfl. in.bcc. __H. Oir'IIJM>nr1 IS. LP lit.. ...'k t..i...u(inn_ that..."'' .... n I''I'a-..I til n II v 14is it the assignee may bring suit ueace.. durine-. their- attendance on- -- ,
.oj of unable; to pay the costs of suit, in own name, nor it any Court or oher pUce, where

ether of Hyacinths species, the and present an immense beiu>j variety the prop It)at ..li oiiit.ai, u.vaiiLauu 11...... or that he is *o snuaued ad lo I.n- iiec.ssar) for the assignee of any their attendance required l j

T season for removing them .\'..u. a- process, .iau ue iUc4: uJ" .t \: la ger the officers of .he court instrument assignable by law to subpoena! going to and morning j

bon- 800 species Green House Plants, dt"r and bear tcsit IJ j u.: cic;'h'Co Aitii respect 10 their "legal de- set torch in the declaration the from thc.ucc1 allowing one' day for !

.<>tnprsing the most >l'tenl1itl and tare istUl&lg, h Ie,1)tCUe.) munus, it shall'be lawful for the consideration, upon which such every twenty miles from their aboues. I '.
kj:4lS.! CafaK'j t ues m. he obtained j gr.ttiGI
\\. Hasell Hunt, a'nd) or,l:'r> through !: Stc.;: b. Ana oe ujuriHir enucteu, court to direct, that a noice shall assignment was made. And any person who shall ..'

him, or per mail, wit meet prompt utteii I: Tllal ali' aCllous t u.'iaCUjOii a jUUjbui ,- be Jktrvrd oj such piaimift', bIb Sec., 28. And be further enacted cause a wiitess to oe arrested,

tion. Orders for fruit or oriameiita! trees i fliCIh, bu..U, n x...ua .01:, ail 0- -gent or 'tbrlle) requiring him That all bonds; holes, bills of knowing him to be attending a*
and pants can also be forwarded: in the file bond with for cuvcRtuits'and such his suit i
tliLSal ) n.'tf, oi WI'HUlI), wu.iba.o tu a cunty ; exchang accounts, upon a subpcena,
_. U.-mie way October 15th-tf. ry for inc payment oi tit JU, ;, .&u cosis, on default of which his bull : upon whicn suit may be brought, shall be abated, and he moreover

t \\\f\) \\\\\\.i\\\ \VtutttX. in all olhcr i Actions louuucu tJII : nalt be (lib'nissed ; but il shall I or a copy thereof, shall be filed fined at the discretion of the cour'tJ "

Os1l': seven or eight years past jMr.F.lisnuu contract, neh toe aum Uut ::Shu1 be I ae oityplaintiff uf such court, if 'the with the declaration. from which the.: subpoena issueJy I

Basqe of Lancaster County be sworu *o by the iH".iHIU '.#1' &110a Wl give satisfactory evi- Sec. 29. And be further enacted ,aftVr giving the.p rty ten days j

Virginia, sent his son John Uasqe to enl or altorr.eyt tna In au deuce of tiis incapacity to prose- That scrawl affixed as II. seal previous notice, in 'any sum not I
the State of Georgia, in care of h's Uncle, "
llr. Cunuiff; after tnhich the Ui.cle' removed other aclious wnerc me 41UuLhu : cue his sat, tu declare him a to any instrument, shall be as ef-'exceeding twenty dollars. In all 1 <

to the State of AUba-na, ami the d..a.pd by li c plutu.tll ..u.i1 Lp.gCrriiincU .. : pauper and p r&ni\hin'lo, proceed fectual a seal. Cuses where: :witness, are required;
John ii came as-U iif! ?uppo.. d 'J> Uieuaiu ol lUc Ih1.hiJ1.&lnuU such.Sec. to attend as afores&ul !
youth... ....ola, since qe which no tidings havebee. as : 1 1i Sec. 30. And be. it.further exacted a.lpnlmun.. ,
rC&l ins ttgciu or atioincy, i .tor i ,t. And be further enacted s.ban.be issued by ttic;clerk of the
.) heard of him by his friends in Vir. : That when both parties agreeto : .
ginli.; adeutl&iul Uelctidauls niwy oe That tnfknis may sue by their a trial without jury, the judgment -i I court at the request of either party -*

If John Basqe is living, he will much odd 10 bail ; pioiucu liotvcter, next friends |in all cases whatsotv shall be .as effectual as upon interested, or of the commissioners .

gratify his mother, by communicating, withh..un .nai no such deKnu aiuli uudcr er, and idiots and lunatics by their verdict. or referees acting under.. ) 1

; Virginia by giving the Editor oftiltS aiy circuinsisnccM be tielu lu baii, guardians \ the .authority ..uc'court..;expressing J I
such inibniution as! be interesting Sec. 31. And be it further enacted .
paper may anicbs t.aiU plaintiff make oath, S..,'. 20. And be further ,enacted ', the day and,place :where r rl
to ; & any PeN m knowing Tnat all writa.ofeiiquiry'ofda.mages
1J1) tiling conccniiug the abovcmentioue.l mat ne veniy behoea, iliat Uiv.aaid That in all suits, which may ball executed immediately l they.:arc to appear the names oC: : .

John ltiu;qe whether living or dead will dtf ndatil win remove tiimscil he brought before any of the, afier interlocutory judg"ment '.the parties, to the suits, and ia
confer u great favor on a disconsolate i wi- or I his tfiecis beyond me junsuic- courts of this Territory, where default or whose behalf summoned'; and any:- j

doweil this oiHcf.mother by giving information at lion of the COLin ueforc jthIruezn :process shall be served thirty days nil,dicit., or judgment by subpoena proces to require.,or. I

can be ohuinrd and before whicn it is compel the attendance a witness ...
*: u& on suou, ; the court to returnable -
October 15iA, 1825.
Sec. 32. And be further enacted -
affidavit, :.;.2i' juolclal oilictI' in tins : the plaintiff! shall be entitled _may be served and executed ..lb'C._ jl "
mulatto in-
That or
\VA\'I'LJJ. i'eiritory may endorse ujjon tHe : to a tri;jil l and judgment, un- no negro, I county, where the witnesses maybe \
dian shall be permitted to give e-
Five Six writ uti order to toe sneriU to require ices good canse'beabewn bra,.continuance found.Sec. .. t 4
or Journeymen vidence iu any suit, bill, action ,or
bail, whicn oruer snail also : provided the declarationin .where 35.And. ,.be it further'enact..
specify tne.sum m whicu iUcU (ban such cause be fled fifteen days indictment, excepting: only ed, 'That the :Superior'and:Inferior .
Indians mulattoes or areparties
t. Shoe Makers. snail bt bouud. ( : before said court. uegroes- ,Qoixrts in this, Territory. shall'
.., .
.. .., Sec. 9. And be itfurher enacted r Sec. 21. And beltfurthsr enacted have;power'to fine any person duly; '
STEADY, good workmen, will: meet That If m the progress ol a bUlL, 11, : That the" fees ,of the clerks, 'sheriff ;Sec. 33.* Be it further enacted- summoned as a witness, and who; 1

*' ges. tant toWhitney employment and good shall be Jiue0 appear tto tny and other ofllcers of the .several That .when.the 'testimony' of any balE nor .attend .in' pursuance 'o( _
Apply in
& Mallet judge or justice ol tne .peace, uJ courts oft this Territory: shallbe i person shall be necessary'inthe any Web summonsany sum hot exceeding .
I ailidAVil due and demand able. ar' the,! civil cause depending tradoflara. for the use,ofthe I
the plainliii tt
ai a Ue
Near Montpelicr, Alabama. frecr1din ",bil"errltotwho ;
courts o
Oct. 4lh, 1825-33-St.NOTICE.. lendantywno lias nut bctu'oeld to expiration' of the term of. said : respective' livealir Territory, jwdsacb:delinquent' ,
bail is about to icmove tiiuuell or courts, appointed"'for the trial .of a 'of greater- trial hall also',;if"the legal fers, for:hi* 1

his etitcu ucyoLd: live' jurisdiction ihe cause or au.ses. in which the distance from the oriraboutto place travel ,and one day's attendance -#

TAKEN up on the 25th Sep utl court, it snail and may be same shall bn' incurred, and, not lhaa sixtf miles, Territory go, 'have b'enpaid., or' tendered t
tembet last a ne, ro slave, five lawful for said juuge or just:< e tissue before, unless the ssid cause' or out of the ouiw r froa theplaceof him when he 'wa*:. summoned to' :

Jed high ten and call three himself quarter: inches uu ordci' to the biu-nnV, il Pcompauicd caubes sh&ll'le. ,aooner.rithdrawn. and to a greater trial .than distance aforesaWr 'before ktiend., ra I, .ao to do>''forfeit: 'and

; by said amdaul I; dismissed, or abated* pay::to the; 'i>arty: who may .haveciUsedThiin
lonold ncieutrinfw&ThOtWbe
ihe time of trial, ,:or:b. ?
JAMES SMITH, the said utfcndiinl.uJJai .uqdcr bee. 22. Aui beftfuherenackd, the laim or :to. summoned_ ?and>
:That lbjc. cfendanl shall filch\s .. : Who' has;paid,.or tendered hi*legal;
and II)'.that he belongs to )tr. the _rekii lions and,iiruii4liouscontaiiitd : irfateri- ,
Jlopewbo> lives near )lobtl ,The of nof m the foregoing etiio&of | plea: or dtrattrrcriothe plaintiff! ,Jl clefeiice- -: 0f any f'party hall, or,a. : : feet?afoiesaidy not aAngbei W
er said slave i i. request ed..tp.come 'tor.Pard. declaration fe tt 4 t'-ibm 'peattap'dl] presented. 1beefrpmrby: :.IckieMotber :
this',act. : : i iu f Yf :P" Jii' aeposiUoVofefcaftA'tfS
prove property and j'dw-ge. ;; |.vlott&,ld,4hs1irft::: .&fila y.f" lhe44.nw.. 4" tt"i' :, 'pt L" i..id tJ,' a.c :J tsfjr I
James Col1"-! Sec. \Q.And bell/urtKe-r' enacted 1 !.to *hIcihe1prQctmftY.[ '''.- :' ...cl.\", r I. '.1 :.Fj inertcYto 1 ..ieCe; ttie' ";lMl JolJr

Ingtil 's Mills hear Pensacolat That when capias is' returned not turpable l J\Q\ J !
... tf.ArrangemettL : : f' ft.n'. \ uq U11 t i!
October 1st 1 25. 32 the sue .
jpund, plaiouJF! maf out 1t i 4..I.J .
;ao'. the court, in iuJspV..i 'd1s .Ct1Qflfl '..1'1?.! t 1., .t. b ia.any.:tour' ..
naiuan1$ 'plunes capits uaili. c rl Ha'ble, ; &1t'" itr a IB' ,. iuoa" "'e .. .r- ? & t' 't" I.
Mail \ ; : 11; r1rk i ; ( f.aftl.ct.ti q.'V'_. .h ,'>' ,"'j.,; "" ,.3J
: tlse4efndan. :'bearrestc4.Stc. ; ; darIhc: mietl .fff"1; :- :lr'l : .+..iftf" .If:-,::- j-jjI !l.J .
"" UE on Thursday at'3 Pi .. -r.: ; < Il"nf': e.tJ. .treift. 1J rbf'tfto; &. ,; f ( c. 'S6 V -r.V. Y!r. Ij J'
"!' Closet on Fridayiat Av'IfcV:.. 1 1 An&t,tt further' : 11I.Ci9'1.tia ptr1an#, :: ctJ.p e! p. : 'Jalltt-e"bg 'or.auce.. "i- ''. .. 4,0 ..t.1'e'.re.ce.'' (.;"" 0 ;t i&ffll f .

4' ''RobeJjtlitc.. thc.scrticf 6U writ wcc.n, andfactbbt( .d 'PJ t, C 'Ul Ii Tme f .tii.16 ;r i.i 'C iafiati u:. .i i.' p .If.-
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DO ,bail is required: Eh1lliby .f alr a:. 'C'fli ll&cl1li' ,
rcrm tk '
t1h' & ,iia depeudiug;:,
Post Mister/ !
!P*IO'Set.. .30th,lB25- I II ii,ft. the ,writ to the defendant, or.. be. coafor ..-..COiJ.,-' ,- .-.- idgc .. f 2 .,- *,- tm* ... ;
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notion and ID. 'tle4igu given the 'Uf i ::,nbJe
.. fpon pea goo are verdict 'r lp they,co'aW be'convicted'of murder; Mechanic. t..1t J '
auffideat cause' belDg'"bewa. ,by shall ,be:good,.bin.the 'defendant I bLshanTa, a i\f'.bc l .i" any I ; ; tW ., Society -ad )f !'cwbJe
ibe .I" it it; punishment is.heavy ; In.timtion take
caesha1l' refuse to".ps r __ : mtl'Urtl
affidavit or affirmation,, .aad /die raay apply to the Court to inttrucX '! ,ucb' \ of
< td..WboLnt e. it is cotfiacment (or a.term years et som e'' : : ; he
4 ace thereof being given ',D''lftqti.re the jury! to disregard such money to the person, other in.'the:Staie" Prison. J. g b O
,. the parties eitherof count or time ilJpaablet[ or. ,to_ any lot mendihe'mann.a1d: ; .tQ
or counts. at ,are .faulty.,. ; This is calculated to producea -9r..1"I.of
.I tnem to produce books or writings Sec 51. And'be.it further enactre person duly ,authorized to leceivcthe apprentices, by united. c'o' -
which / That then and in eithejof the.j serious_ impression upon the measures, and good J2
ID possession power, in all cases the party recovering same, remit l
'court' motion minds of parents, guardians, masters produced. *
I contain evidence pertinent, to the a judgment shall recover said cases, the upon .
F' issue, and if either party shall fail also all his legal costs and charges, of the iarty .injured, three days. and boys. Here are'seven Let boys undrstd .tad
Pt to comply with such order, and and shall have execution, for the prrvioaUotice being'gjvei to the. lads, apprentices mechanical. made to know, that fighting jn m
J to such books this section shall sheriff sbaVl give a jadgrtent a- trades,. carousing: drinking ami street is the province '
I produce or writings, lame,provided oi:1 biatk
much money fighting, at 1 o'clock, in the morn- and
said the be gainst the sherifffor guards blackguards
court construed
.- or to satisfy why not to relate to exe- nUll
shall be returned levied on ing ; disturbing the public peace ; driven from
aame is nut in the party's power cutors or administrators in cases as 'IOCIr-tY-lt't 'lh
I ;i ao to do, it shall be lawful for the wherein by law they ,are 'not liable. such, execution, nrlal1 t Appear assailing peaceable! travellers, and a pride above such" ro;:
'said courts, if the ;party so refusing to.costs. of.sujts. to the court .to Have been receivedby finally causing' the death of a worthy ling practiced, and above all, I k
: shall be plaintiff, to give judgment 'Sec 52. And be, Junker enacted the sheriff! or for thf ...fun.a. citizen ihrse things were them unite: and shun, as COflpa.
after of the exrcution, In cuir not srin former times, and from ions, who be
That mount any
for the defendant as in canes no judgment verdict may found
.rd of the 'sheriff has surrredhr dt.ft'n- the frequency "f these broils, it liquor, and in time !
of non-suit, and if defendant, to, ,of twelve menor av a it forv, ..
S, give judgment against. him,.or.her 'arbitrators shall be stayed or reversed dant to >cape by his consent or beconu s necessary to inquire into much desired nay be produced.
, _S bydtfauIisofarats relates ,to such for.any d< ficit or fault in negligence, and_ to award execution -& the causes, and produce a radical -
-part of he plaintifFs demand or the wri!, or far variance between against him, which execution reform by other measures A true gt'nlteman-Th f0l_
1. the defendant's defence to which the writ and declaration, or any the coroner shall execute within \V t' .to at once to trie root of the lowing\ an example worthy
.lt, thr<< books or papers of the partly mispleading, insufficient pleading, fifteen days: after delivery, and pa> evil; and i u will be traced to the imitation, and exhibits ir| Of
;1g day be shewn Io apply. discontinuance, mis-joininq: of issue the money levied tithe party or to early .n Jlril of parents, guardiansand and genuine gent eman. How different !
t Sec. 37. And be it further enacted or want'0111 warrant of attorney any.person duly 4.*horized to re- mat !t"rs ; they are to blame from the conduci of fh ?\
That no more tuau three wiint or for other informality in en ; ceife the:same anJ shall moreover for the'evil result of their neglect, W oa..um :h Ilchiiracttr! "h?if I'
'sses: snail be taxable in any bill)) tering up the judgment by the be liable.1:to the same fine for like because if they lake a proper interest common conversation: isofbaspheniyungratefuj a 1. a a
of costs .or the establishment of cI rk; & when judgment is arrested sums as i is impcst-cl by this act. in tlu concerns 01 the youth ) to" thr.ue..
any one fact in a cause. the pUiniff shall not be obligedto S. -. 58. 'Jnd' be further enacted, intrusted to their care, and inter- Creator-disgusting to .
Sec 38. And be :further enacted bring a new suit, provided. the That the condition upon wnich the pose their, authority in time, these feelings, and of no profit to them
That no pet sun being convic'- first writ be- sufficient,, but the I bail shall be liable shall only be riots and their unhappy conse- sl"lvcs.-Can such be entitledL
tg 'ed -.f pejury, altr.ough Ue'be pardoned court may order new pleadings to where th r, sheriff shall have returned qences would be unknown. A buy the appellation of gent.eman ? Let
i: or punished for .the same commence, where the' error: caus a fieri facias against the defendant snould not be permitted to be absent conac encf answer the question)

t ; shall ue u witness in any court of I sii.g the arrest began, and when a with an indorsement of /rom his fdthtr '. or hU mas Ihe first oarA.-'My lads,'said
record. !judgment it' arrested the part I Ii "nullu bona," (.r no property' and ter's house, after 10 o'clock in the captain when reading his %

3 :, I. Sec. 39. And be further enacted i committing the error shall pay a ca. sa. not fund. evening, without being compelled to the crew on the quarter-deck orders.

That no &uit, unit su for per' the costs occasioned thrn-bv. Sec. 59. And: be it further enacted, to give a fair account of himself; take command of the ship, '-ilitre .
:, on..1 injuii it's shall abate on ac- Sec 53. And ** further enact.fd Tha writs of scire facias againstbail this and ctner faults should bt is oue law that I am determined '
. cuunt ol the death of either of Iht: Xhaluot more than three new shall :be made returnable six. looked into, explained and punished make and I shall iMtOr .jt is -A a.to
; .5 parL ". But II any .j>i-..i .iff haH trials shall be granted to the same ty days after their date. If a sci.re ; they should be kept close at vor whi<- -- vI' you, ana which
i5: bvedlrd during the pend..ticy of party in the said suit. facias be returned nihil. Bother work during working hours, and as: a British officer, I expect *jl|
I he sued ...... ... ...._.._. _....__n1
.cS fAil) suIt, which may be maintained Sec. 54. And be further enac may immediately out 1" .w u. '.L.-y- ,I granted by a crew of British
; by executor or ..dnninistr 'orfc" I c<*, That whenever any execution, by the pariy, and he bail shall be be able to give an account of ituniselvefc. seamen.What say you, my lads,
: it buall bf lawful rr the executors: order or dccir. of _the court is deemed to be fixed at ine'erm ol A little trouble, a little 1 I are you willing to grant your tetr ,
':' or admiiustra ors of tfie ecea etpi placed in the hand of a sheriff the court next after one tuin of exertion, a little ime.csi felt fur a captain one favor ?' \Yt' ayr, sir,'
V1: a mi if to suggest his death upor for the sale of property and any scire feri or wo return ofnihili. b .y wnile )tUIIw.Juli. be of great cried all h nds. Lrt'* know Wh t

. ,. _the record, and: make them&eive. other person sets up a claim against Sec: 60. And be itfurthcnnacted, and important a ,a'-titge to him it is, sir ,'-*Y\hy, my lads,' a ll
4: <> parties to. said suit. And if any the property seized, the Thai if at any time the hill shall itt! he grtw up. Make him retire '''he captain, 'it is this-that you
: IVudant in a suit which may b.' sheriff shall be authorised to sum- think proper, to surrenderiis principal early ; rise early ; eat sparingly ; must allow me to sWt'lirthe first

?J maintained against extcutora or mon a jury-to determine the right he may do so. by procuring drink nothing but water ; watcn oath in this ship. No man oa
adimnistrat ,rs shall depart this of property, and the verdict of from the :clerk of the fourt iii his: ten.per ; correct him promptly board must swear an oath before
.; lilV, it shall be lawful for inc plaintiff suchjury shall be an indemnity which the; suit may b< pending *nd spiritedly ; sec :hui ms education I do : I am determine to have the

iu said suit>> to revive the same '0 the said sheriff far as respectsthe either belnrtOl. after and morals are not neglect' privilege of swearing the first
'by suing out a scire facias a ain.' riglit of property and the party judgment agaihst said pmcipal.a eil ; make him work, for that is oath, on board. What say you,
Ihr extcutors or administrators of against whom the verdict is copy of the wri and thj eud.,rse- the an idote for vice ; compel himto my fads, wilt you grant me this .
such deceased defendant! to snen rendered, shall pay the costs of ment thereon, wherebf the -&a,d be civil, tractable and obedient ; favor ? Remember; you will
A'i; ; cause why judgment shall not be ascertaining the right of pronerjy. bail brcame responsillc for tin- give no saucy answers use no in- come aft to ask favors of me soon

given against them as execu ois"or Sec. 55. And be further enact"rrf appearance, of said ptijcipal, and s linK language ; afcbume no ridiculous come, what do you say, am 1 to-
: administrators aforesaid. Theaa.u That in case the= lust bidder the said copy shall have the certificate airs of independence ; have the privilege.' The rriea
,: writ of scire facias to be mad' shall neglect refuse to pay to of the c1 rk aid the seal encourage him in nothing that may stared and stood fr a moment
reiurnabie in all casts to the next the sheriff the amount bid for of the cour* urftxed \hjreunru, and mane him hateful or di.liked-in quite at a loss what to say. -They

: succeeding term of the court, and lands and (tenements on demand, shall b.s in f>e hands Tin defendant therein to be allow- the sheriffshll at any timr within any other person !by him or their duty, dnd Ufo shall not have., They were brought up,' sass another .

. ed a .continuance until tne next two days thereafter, or instjti- them appointed, a suficient warrant the mrl tiictioiy example of seven all standing.' The captaia
S 4 term thereafter.Src. ter if he thinks proper, oflVr the and authority fu* the arres, lads at bard labour toe S.atr pri- reiterated. 'Now, my fine fellows,
40. And be tt further enuct- said lands and lenemrn.s again for dett'n'ion and' imprisonment of s.mhdr murals, 'heir characters : what do you say ; aai I to .lute ,
S ed, That hereafter all actions fur sale to the highest bidder, and if said principal: ,wherever he may be ttt'ir pruspectsdestroed forever the privilege from this time _of
personal injuries shall die in I IK any loss should he occasioned found; Provdedthat the said principal -- While guardians: and parentsare ; swearing t'he first oath I'D boardi
': person ; to wit. for assault and battery thereby, the said sheriff. may, and shall be conducted a. s/ion doing their duty to their The appeal seemed so reabouabler
I. alander, false imprisonment, shall recover the amount of such as conveniently maf b.- to the jail charge, let the public authori lea and the manner of the captain kind S

and malicious prosecutions.Sec. loss with cosb, on motion mailejto: of. the countv, and 'he jailer of the co-operate ith them. and prepossessing, that a general
.i' 41. .lnd be further enacted the court, who shall giv< judge. said county .shall and hereby is Lok at the thousand of licensed hurst from the ship's company an
\) fuat i-ihere uo ex<'fti .or or m .nt anti grant execution theretorinsianter authorized to receive said principal gl oJ- hut>s hich disgrace, our nuunced. Aye aye, sir' wita
., administrator, the heir or heirs of and if the lands and tenements in like manner as though he city look a< the bankruptcy, ruin, their accustomed three cheers

I S the deceased shall in all cas"s be so sold by the sheriff by had been commuted to prison on buicidi-s, untimely drains, miserable The effect was good,-swearing
liable in the same manner as anex reason of any last bidder neglecting the original apias, on which he wives and orphan chilarep, was whull) abolished in the ship.
l <.cutoi or administrator would or refusing to pay for the wa* held to pailS produced by rum i On ihis trial, Mariner's Mag
: be, but in no 0:h ;r"isr', for the same, should sell for a greater c. 6\.And be itfu*.ther enacte-f U appeared under oath, that bo for ...
S* payment of the deb.s of the deceased price than that firs bid hy the Thai the said superior courts shall these boys got imo the diaaatious. from the Pfattonal Journal.
; 'S to the extent of the assets person neglecting or refusing to have' power to fine and imprisonfor scrap', they had e. ch drank eight In remarking on ttie otters whicb
.' received and retained by the id pay, the overplus shall go towards contempts ; Provided, the fine glasses at a tippling house in toe have bern made to Commodore

"S. heir or neiri.Src discharging the amount of the execution shall in no case exceed the sum of neighborhood of the affray-. hree Potter from Mexico and Colonaia -,
I S 42. And be itfuith"r enact- or executions, en which one hundred dollars, and the imprisonment of brandy.three itl'gin, and two ol > the National Advocate ofNtfT
4 ,,' ed, That if any female plaiMif saidlands and.enements, are sold, shall not be for a longer beer ; the compound alone _being Vork very justly observes, tnai "a
ji ,. shall marry pending; a suil, hei or be paid, if there should be sufficient time than;three days : ind pro enough ;o infur late, iatuxicatf' and proper organization of ineir na"
. marriage shall be suggested on without it, to the party vided aiso, that it shall not. be in madden lht"an.V hilt are we to vies, by such an officer, would be
'S the record, and her huiband mad., : whose' lands were taken on auy I the power of the said courts to tluuk ufth man, wno, after mid- felt in the event of anv future contest
S a party thereunto and- he caus- uch execution or executions, ;and i cause by their sentence or judgment nigh', could sell to b'*ys sixty-foui with Europe ; for it u inipos*'
I S shall progress &c. according io I tne sheriff nay in like manner pro upon such contempts any glasses of liquor I Is such a Ch.-I! bible to conceal, nor do we desire

law. !,ct't"d'.kJainst any subsrqum pur lisfranchisrmen, ;, disability, or ructer worthy of a license I 10 conceal the .fact, that our coun _
: Sec. 43. And be it further enacted chaser who, may neglect or refuse disqualification for holding or ex iI-uet that in a populous city, there i try greatly i interested in the preservaiiannfSumhern -
\- fhat.&IL! l l..wl requiring rules -o p4y as aforesaid.Sec. eicising any office, trade or profession must be": tavern* and houses' for Republics,
S .. I upon either! party to pit-ad, reply, 06. Be further enacted, in sai4 courts rlIC" here. public! accommodation ; but are and we believe thai "'tr>c ,tJ-\\ nt
S I ri'join, shall he and the same S are That Where a sheriff shall die or I I bee. 62. And\be\ further enacted, we bound to give every man who Commodoreat', the head of the ,

: hreby, rppt"al.'d. be removed from offi .e after having -' Thai no acts shall hereafter be taken will not work- a license to bell liquor Mexican navy, would du much to ,
I # Sec. 44. And'be further enacted taken in execution ? Are vice ? understanding -
S any lands to be a contempt or punished we .to gaUze I cement the present good
, S ha| he drl', ndant may plead atlie tenements or hereditaments and as such, unless the same be com- 1.). uUlunness is the curse of oui : existing between that
.t same time as n.any issues of before or after the sale thereof, upon mhtrd in open: court or within, country ; the facility procuring country and ours. The talents
law and fact, us he shall think nr- execution, and before the purchaser hearing of the|I' court when in actual liquor, and the cheapness of the k n"and..chivalric spirit of the
4 cesary for his defence, and in allS hath obtained'. a deed, it session ;' Provided, however article are hurrying thousands to Commodore, together with hit
fi cst-s the issue. of law, if any, shall shall and may be lawful for the that this section shall not be construed ruin. Something must be doneto correct system,of naval di5clnhne.would .
S br first disposed of, next pleos in plain t.ffor purchaser to petitionthe \o relate to cases of disobedience abridg this ruinous, this all be .of immense adautaS'
:t; abatement;, and lastly pit-as in bir court from which the execution to the process t of'the court_ destructive. vice, in the case. ofthese ;o the Mrx C'an'na\'Yt in catablisn-
S Sec. 45. And be further cyac*- issued,slating the premises, or to such ,ucu or 'publications as lads, had the ,jury I brought;>> ing the ,first principles: necessaryfor
5' 1 4 ;d. That private acts of me )...eLst ,nd it after *ale, satisfying, the are done or rrde; with \intent, ,toprejudge iu a verdict, of murder, they must their young naval officers, and
,'Injvie Counril may be given:in evidence ,- court lhat the purchase>> ,money has or prejudice the public have terminated their career on a in our opinion his position would

';? without being, specialty,. ; been paid, whereupon it shall be mind, or the mhds jurors in relation scaffold ; cut 'off at their tender_ be of great service to his nativC
_ :j5 pleaded the duty of the court -o order the ,to, a suit joi indictment pending years, and all their hopes, and the country." S
Sec 45. And be further enacted sheriff then in office to proceed to in said cou>t\. hopes of their' ta n lies : ash is', GO"

4 hat int rpre'.ers may be appointed sell the lands, tenements and here Sec. 63. And 4e ilfurther enacted, their penance will be. long and severe. -, From the Ration Courier.,
by the court, and sworn ditaments, taken in executions or That an act entitled "an act regulating And in what. did it originate S We understand that Air. Minns the 'in*
intt"rprt"ttruly. to execute and acknowledge a civit proceedings"\ passed I In being from home at an unseasonable cioreditor proprietor of the Palladium

i4 "S SC47. And be further enact deed to the purchaser, as th.case August 31st 1822\"an .act cor-. huur ; in drinking glass stage, left for this New town York.yesterday This is in not the men niau-I'

,d" That jurors knowing any may be, 'which.;sale or deed shall cerning bonds 'and' o<;1tea" passed after glass of liquor; indulging in tioned forthp purpose attracting public
w. (hinar: of the point in issue,'shall be I have the s-neforce. : and. efiect asiftbe June! 29,;1823, 'and 1ro act entitled, a quarrelsome disposition, which notice to the excursions of ourediton-
I sworn in the usual manner and ; sheriff who" made the Iqvy; or an "act to amend an \'act ,entitledan I led them. into dispute then into al fraternity ;-least uf all, to the movements -:

S haU'dt"cl.rfin open court '. sale, had' remained in office and' act" regulating. ,civir-proceed- fights, and.finally,'into'the commission of one whose" modest would would*. :
that PP9
j &. ..' .Src.48. And:be further enact-" sold 1 the premises or executed the I ings" passed',Jiify( "5ih'1823:>ef.and : -of'mur' d cr. .- S like shrink.stentation fiom'anr, and thing who_ would not trwnKus
6d, That:,any 'person ,desiring: to died. : the'stnie are v this In**
) : S I hebyrcpeaIed.JOSgpfl.M Let :ease be a warning toparents for writii g this paragraph, if he .
. ftuffrr a non suit-shall db it beforr ,Sec. 5Y. Be U further enacted, .. HERNANDEZ, ,* 'guardians, .masters, ,and we were thus employed I but it is to I't-
:_ jurV'retire.. 45 'That if.'any sheriff shall relurn'up- '- Prrwdenrbf thfe LegitkxtJTC Council. boysLet those in authority exercise -': ,cord what'we. consider :fact .one wb.j'

; .' S. C.: 9'..Aft4 britfurtaer enact on any execution, that he ,,hath levied SAML. FRY Ckrk. it' .S their authority- let 'tachipffehcebe Cklinhe2e'days.ortravelb was
; .
ed' ;ul 24t .til motions for anew trial (4pped Dec m&erOth; 1024J note-taking, .celebrityMr.Mmn
the therein S
monies ,
: .5 5 .WM.'p-DUVAL. : noticed and corrected born in Boston, i ov r fifty years 6f a g '
',aod in'arrett. ot judgment,'shal nbr oratiypart: thereof, :or shall-re: S GovottheTcofr1Ia promptly-,l let :admonition/and ex"- and" except in twp iD fae> ., wal J e. '
t, .within four days after ,turnhat he ha.b.tak _-T : from it ,thrt. 0'a
., thefr>>>dy n urnRie'go'hand in hand-.see. that at:'a greater distance
_ the ict.rdedupotiieasons, ; : : of the defendant:and.hath the same "J..M'SC Lf; .Jr ;; .' Tour I>dy" njl; apprentices. are dozen miles.: ,* More: than t.lurtT1cartnd., : .J
L3 lJ\ >*rilif.>g filedand the;court f, Jo aatisfy: ; plaintiff'ssabiffsba' go business'C*1.led"ln rY1ymn '
ay.p !: ,F tfye? .rr ..lorJb A ationat Advocate.. home before;you retire: to, bec --see ncetbt sio4'hc has. once 'VUlodenci '
} appoi. :tI.dur.n .t M' 'ame JU f,,WK!_ : **' *' ':V ? that p ; a' ,
: : .' : I JuteZS. .1.- ;; up liquor.or'ardent\ ,spirits, are '1Yitl.! .qiesto excepU !" .
_ tf.r Gi.arg.. e :of .&& i4a,1I1.fF.c. > ? the. mpneyPft1edthe Theo f#' 'Trieti.- Jhe Jir 'in themirier.of introduced t into, your" ,'! -irraign .. his life. fcs.been: One .'CQn tiiiued scenC1tth _

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lace' a mi.n perfect pccuniayindependence. place fall IB the ly Oztect but tb.e petition hat the appear- ,
I} We daresay that our song* j Let'her eonateinGmber.Tltemopy-, "ever popession -. once of,been gthe expretrori of the rsl. are few, \which, together.with the l
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with less 'exertion less 12" The of those who fell in Orleans wlu.lJ .de.ided.., those shipping j _
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frugality and we may add less integrity, the Revolutionary; and. the late wars meta, .. of .war of the 'largestclass of PcniacbU:"awakened{ f6m I therap'ithy a sih'uelar contrast_ compared .
accumulate, their thousand and millions.So Dead Match in Saul. wilt find there t a secure iar-, with which they,baoTiafiered themselves with. the months. of. March, >

true it I.that "the race b not -always 13. The Fair.- -Theirvirtu their bright. bour ithin..t"f'Dty four hours tube beguiled d.* participation in ihe A'pti.l-or".l\la,. The wiather'ttnc0

to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, est ornament ; their smiles 'our best re measures of the atio be petition.*,counterpetition our last has: beenvrrV dry and

ether yet bread to the wise, nor yet ward.-.Come hutte tithe Wedding.VOLUNTEERS. tail of New Orleans. A de po for .was Written, 'signed and directed warm GautifaR the, streets to be,ex-
understanding. .would be 'csab- fe) the '
riches to men military ,supplies: Governor,. soliciting htm not to "treaelYdust .' t
1. Oar dittingunhed Guettt.-Captains halted, froin which (the ,enemy confirm with htrapprobapon'the bill the .

fpm! l &fJIhAa WOUDHOPSC and NICUOLSOV. would obtain all that. would be ae, ported,.and, i.f. vas in :cbns'e uende of. r";; 'Ie .-It: .., '
Hon. H. *l hn! '
Brackenridge. of second'petttion that hi* Excellency E tua-o"r readers will please ob.
2. JL Union of the Water of Pentacola cessary .to ensure the conquest actually rejected the act, .which unfortunately ester that t
> tljc outside
:.\l'UHU.NOVE\llU 'It 5, 1625. > head of toil pad er -
-- JS "' and the Mdjettic JWstiittf.-*-in whichunion not only : but, the while for this place was still urged By the ja erroneous,'the date being-the same &

Inner I' Commodore Bainbridge. War- the interest of the East and West country bordering on-the Gulf 'ofMexico. reporter agoiidt bier oWn CMI.wCtitn and **te week.
rington and Jtiddle. arc happily united. e Ain. Uambridge.. .- THe importance the' rjawe'd by the .re qui le majori y. May r. y F }

At a Public Meeting the Cititens 3. 'LURJDA-\lthough the youngestdaughler subject which we have thus enlarged the tree. not have beenthc bearer of fruit*, j
c of Pensacola, convened at the Court of the union Destined, by lier'po- / whose bitterness we shall have to savour
jlotise on Friday the 28th day of October, :'
3825-Hwak rVsol\ed that a Public Dinner of its most important members, ii much to be hoped that the Legislature Our last City Council headed by a man ,

be given to Coinniodores Bainbridge Com. Warrington. will take it into theirearliest \t! though young has proved himself .
Varrii.gton ana Middle Commission' 4. "iuhin.rlonSot: tile Mol l of a day, consideration & representit abe and wise sacrificed their own can "

ers to fix on a site torn Naval .Depot on but the tleru and the Patriot of ages ; his vic\6n to what they termed the promotion 1V;
In such
the coast of Florida, and the following fame, bounded by no country, shall be to* Congress a pointof of tinny ; the object is too good not to I' .. 9T A
were chose a committee arrangements conriii d to no ti'iie. Capt.; etwe. view as to ensure their cooperation wisl\ it the most ample success. But -

for tliat purpose, viz John JelTison Esq. 5. lime Commerce jour Count):--Let in placing our country as J\i are going to meet in.your l leis of !cn a a co a.

"Ma\or of the City. F II. Nisbet, Esq. Pensacola have Us sh re4 in an adequate posture for de- | lative,capacity, and as at. your hands .

blaj.'I'hosWright, David C. Pinlcbam, Capt. Woodhouse. fence." we ha\e to receive" the pledges of happV > .- .
tsq. Col. J. tier la Kua, Maj. Sauil R. U- 6. The Hospitality of Pcntacola. 'Vhc ness tt Ugh our social security suffer ARRIVED., ''
and Mr. P. .\Iba. Oificeis and The facts in this paragraph are tin.- to call W attention. us j Oct. .29 Schr. Maria Y
vertoll Crew of tile John Adams will 1 > to the act of the 22d !,. : Smile,
and believe that
The following are the copies of the in* always rClUe. bd' it with gratitude.Copt. the doubtedly correct, which, have,been we made and December last, and amongst the1 amen-1 I ;: New. York via App'tilachlcola. ..r
vitation of the Committee and the Nicholson. surveys menu uhlcli i it II 9. ,
an requites, and which will i 30 -Schr. Amelia.
are making, will cause the object to be Roight, St; ;
of the Comoro loresPensacola 7. The it most probably bt
ewer Judiciary oj Florida.-11ay presented to '
accomplished. Without having received your consider } M ark.,. .
\ Oct. 28, 1825. ever he composed of men of talent and u .JZ" penuix us to solicit that the I 4
even a hint' on the subjectfrom' the
.,' To Commodores. Bwnbr,d3 e, Wanington ntegnty-the surest giar.inlee to hercitizens. Commissioners we will venture to Board tit Ald semen be re-established in SAILED. "} I.

and.Middle.GK that their rights will be protected our conviction,from what we have express heard.. two bra-icues' distinctly, agreeably to the Oct. 31.Scr.r. iVUriaj Stilen

TLEME*-The undersigned, a cum- Col. Clinch. of:the advantages of the situation that the actot'llie. tiiof June, Itf JJ. I IArw Mobilf

jmttee appointed! b} the citizens of Pensaco'.a 8 The Flag of Columbia.The emblem Navy Yard will be located within the er object no less eiwential, is that -. -
; have the honor to congratulate of Peace for our ti'aendli-lhe stripes wb, relates to .fir qualification or'vulcrs.
of Pensacola short distance
Buy u above (
3uuupunyour arrival in this City, and toM fur our enemies. the Barrancas ; should this be the case, tt s a ge.ieial pr.nciplfor which oui t.1U .- jyrectiont 'for tailing into J !tic Nicol 4

ln Hm that no event of the kind 1 The President of the Day. there can be no doutit but that suitable i toug-lu and conquered, that repre- Bag.-Rririjf the east pv>nt of St. Vin-
could han K'v**n them more pleasure.l 9. The Territory tf WandarAlthough fortifications senUtio.i and tuxatioii .uust go together cent's.Islandfo hear uortd, and Flag-Is'
will be erected ;
\ah jour names are associated events, in Jin our iii.anct, we have a warm attachment speedily ,1,the application ot this principle tfhumd be lan d. '. Bv W hatfW then run for the

the fatal History of the w-p.ihlic. which I to the principles ot our free Government. I mere absolute in respect to Ca> elections md Idle of Flag: Islan-1. which will keep '
,. w ill be ever proudly recollected by .*. The Vice President. Testimonial* Respect to Crernor,Ju titan to uii) other. '4v\CoaFoaATio3i .'. you in the channel, until you1are over ihe .

r)' patriot and lover\t his country. Theyrequest 10. i.ouu :t10I"'dIS h. ., Hanks and due raA Public Dinner wa given to., ,ttov- 'I safe lowrU"isa Body politick, ..uth, baron which you will find ten feet water: ,
the pleasure of your cOl pan)' to respect to ail dmct-re Cnritian. Duval. on the 21st of September !.. Krr t I rued to "..nedicci.. able whert faiHy ovi' tfie Bar haul
I I IJcv. ... ulnas w-k__.!.._- .run his farm by their com 'up and .
dinner, to be given at uch time JJoct. )laenha t. 1 mon consent to ,' double St. Geor *
a public b .l.et and receive "-h':1ml.bv."in' it to '
Florida "the of
ly to by citizens Bardif law,
as ana) suit your convenience.e.aail : 11. Gen. Jackson and the Eighth of' any tiling within tile c'oinpasa of mall birth until vp ._& : .4 ;
their .
I' town and Nelson County Kentucty1 ., chtirin perfect -
ourRehea of tins opportunity I to tender to January. Mr. N. Sinnatt. charter : even as one man do Ha y. when '; i sate- ;
12. with whom he had long resided on terii.s all uuy b.> law ..jr, iemtQhin\ into tier river -
and coiiiideratiou. l'lJeJmlg"tel'* of Florida, who vie tiling that law
you our personal icspect oy he is notwiuucnand ;
St ( ef best
keep ieor. aboard
w Ui rue ttO\\'CI' that oioom along th ti esters" binofia fur aucctfo011** all a single until
sllOl'csb! the a who "were of manifesting a man binds hu __ ydii make a gap in the woods on the '
John Jerr ) Angel ot Peace keep > ft&M Hs or 1I1la8. Wiiat
son, I last of beach the N. of .
his vigils arou.id: teem and testimony consideration, estem bll1dmgcau a Matt iaipose his executor bring part this gap to
NF.. 1-1. 1' isbet, bl their Und. Mr U. Futtenger.U. ruspertess ) and affectionate regard We regret tUt if, to be attended during upon&icknei, hirS.., and tlteet 1by ,E., until 'ytoit

x Thomas rhe .\lVy-SuIJIHirte Congrest want ofrtonl compels us to publish oily he has to apply tor aims ? \Vaat he.r brng the east point to bear E., anti west
Wright, and the JCutftit David ( Piukhatn toasts given un'the occasion.. ( make'the outer stake wh.ch has '
Jonttalatton oi heroes to defend our to be perforated oy puouc.chanty i, Ku you a
Our Guest, Gov. Duval.--Nbt allusion is block on it. after which the channel if '
Peter Alba rights on rue Ocean. Major Oicrtou. aimed at, this is MOI
14. The dpan.sh Inhabitant ofPentaco- the friend of one only, but of tit intended to Dear harder upon the election staked to themouinofthe river.whicn ha* ,
Jn. tie la Rua I alit half feet
seven a the bar.
| /a.-Once Suojed*, nuw Ciuzciis; we hail human race. We as much rrgtt adat one til ,Ulan upon the election oti on

Saml. U. Overton. I them' as members of tile American family.Alaj. :' his departure from us, as we ha*e different period; but ctl1al1ll) no man

Pensacola,' .'9111 Oct. 1825. \ Tho.Vrig1t.. m his sober sense wilt preieud, that the
1 GIWT 'MEN-We are honored with 15. The Twenty-four .'ta/*.- rUl'LrC' been delighted in his residence clerk) ha ariguito lead ins principal tual lN 'V 3'

( ail of rue first magnitude, ana form with us.After.the. tie jou nej'man should teach his
your letter, ritkn to Ub on bl half ot theClt.zenlt a employ FROM t''It' sui>*criber,
of PeI\SMCUJ.. Your kind and l most splendid Conn :"at.on in the political i toast to Gov. Dugs i, er, taut the cartman ought to direct tile ltv ng in the 'Mississippi State;

flattering expression upon the occasion> hrmanent ; may the magnificent he rose and', ir. a snort but feeling ijiecuiatior.s ot the merchant whose i Wayne County, on the 16th of .,
grouper soon be augmented by the err, roods he. trauspo'ru, or that either be ear .
this merits and a *
of our visit to City receives address, expressed the grateful l October last;a nefro II. n namedPOUT '
ur t'1.uaUJJ. Joan Inneraray i-iaq. toed to .a Vuare in the proh'ta .
our grateful acknowledgments. accruing
\Ve accept with pleasure your invitation io. The .N'avy.-Olle of tne brightest feelings which he experienced tjom etc cap'.tals-empluycd. As tor tls, ,

to a Public Dinner, on any day next ornaments oi our Grand Republic.} f from this testimony of the esteem ve numb I) luiiiK text those profit UaVeti He is about 5 1-et;il inches hiR'fJ, \
best suit Mr. J. D. and of his friends. > be divi'deu amongst the members of me
week that may your c"nvr ii- Davenport. respect h.Hatt v rata old, yellow complected;
17. Our dittm,'uibhed Utiett-Vvil 1. tam only,and it reeois to us toconsider
The and
cnce. Florida*.-The last acquisition +rua rather a down look when spokea
We have the honor to be, Ci III\h. 1p a. Noriega.la. the least tiie tax rolls in a city as the u>.s to. It i is, pri'!SUmable that he may alter his
Very llespectfiiily! Gentlemen, rile J\'avy of the 'Utated & ute'- of 1 the partners' cu.ic erred m the Cats u- name and 'try to get td some of the northen "
Your most obedient servants The li,\ respect wiucu it coniaunds political imp .ranceto the union. luliuieut ot tee corporation of that cit), States aV he can write a tolerable a
l'Win all utiuiia The President the IT State Uu burden ot wincn htp '
\V. Bainbridge speak volumes IIIIJl'dlse of r; they a.Cmttwa liauU litufself ne'nusy go u.\der that over
ot Uie Veteran hero WHO tinnedas -The promptness at.d decisions \y, therefore we rte of opinion that \Ue aid may CMlt himself! Newport Brinion
'L. \1'arrittuuJanies character and made it dishonorable to irtvUc e es ot that corporation oelong to ,
He had
'I i nc his inauguration are good on whet he went away a ra'y .
SU .lIel in equal combat. ileum, upon the saiue equuabmiy and, m
liid le. of a wise and coatee, (casa'met) and carried with hint
Capt Twitchell. ; presages prosperousllti west yutucc, mat uo mall out, iblc iojrove benules one blue and white roundioout
To John .Terrisun, -
After the President ana Vice : administration. ; iiut ae has actually dttcimrgtd inuoney !
F. II. Iabet.Pl'nornas cotrith a cnpieri spliiCTU; on the back;
Wrght, had rcured.iy. I Com. Port r-A brave andhighly | the fiuymenl oj hit iuxt be aunnltcaU 2 pair of coarse vhae>C'>it'>n pan ar)11S"
i ue President of the vote tit LUC eiecti and
day. oiiy jnsy in mat
officer northeni '
David C. I'mkham I though one pair homaspdu cliccked,
1*. Alba, Col. Miller. subject to hU an frailty-IH1'in lianiicr ju,ucc wilt diStnOuied to us, U r.e roariemrt, cantp sleeved and one finer
20. The Vice B
J 11.de la Rita, andSamu'c received the reprehension; of Gov- ii.uigiU) dispense apoanis sub witn wristbands, and an old tur t iiat .
.MaJ'or.lVribght. CtcwoilurCI. I With a tuleifole wile bn-u and toe
( it. Ovtiton top'part ,
Esquires '
21.The Memories of Com. and | ernment maY! his graceful l .
> Coiunuttee filtle Citizen* ofJ'eiwaco.a. Ferry acquiescence A Peusacolian. of the crown sewed in With white '

Capt.. L." I'ellce. \Jjlcudl tiscj. unite with its decision, J ..u"u J-- cotton thread; Any person who may take .

On the reception of the. acceptance of 1 arils 2* or I'M Jtur Spangled Baurwr.-A'"few: in producing the happy effect of From the eI\ej York v.lu"g Pitt' up.said runaway and put him in any safe*
atnjird uun'mg" wmch has w av. jail so that 1 hint, or take him either
theim.t"tilH, the Committee fixed i UJMIIAVednekd ed due subordination in the public P JilA.d get ,
Mayor uf
;y the 2-1 day of November for tl"UlhjJlld.11 e)1'tltC hag ot our enemies s service. I iflhl"-A. petitton to me or U. Uendr.clc, Burnt Corn, A fa.' I
the Dinner and invited the folluwinj to Dote on land and Wuier. appears in titer: of the PniUdelphia shall he liberally rewarded, and all t'etiA

partake.Capt. 23. lieiij.iiinnVy.iian Efq. newspapers of the cif 1'- Honable expenses paid., Port U .a. spufQ' ;

Woodliouse of the Hornet and he.Navy.cord to the man whoj'NllJuha Suptrior Court.- Ihe November Tern arras ot that pUc io- he'next legislature built man and a keen sensible fellow, slip .
the omcers on boti\l of his vehSel.C UtcurU on I uoard oi f our Nation of the Superior Court of West "'Niel IA,. imbruiation. about. him' will be thankfully 'I

;,pt ?.ichul.->o.i oi the JOHnJai1lsand \"ellseh.. 'Ca&JluaV.. M. Htao. will commence on{Monday next. Ceiling teeth that _the received. ._ I' ";

the olHceisof his vessel.Capt. **. 'J'he Un.ted 'lule"'yVa vyiUs present mode ?J'app Dt.'DX then John W; Hendrick. "

Pottcnger of the Decoy, and the Caus'd Consiituironal 1 uUII.tcr. Legislative Council.-.The session oft | iYlayorbY hmiuritf file candidateto Nod: 4th, ltil5-;i6.-3t, i
officers of his vessel and rats to Knock under Legislative Council of Florida, will conv one of the fifteen Aldermen, has '
c A. Clinch ot*the Ariny'andthe officersof L .pt. filled thence at Tallahassee on the 14th ins! i
been foua quite United of America "
unsatisfactory States
The ,
!Itt Cantonment. vOn room was haadsomely decorated being the second Monday in-Novembcr. I
Wednerdty the w.lia several dagaof the and incompatible with u* prin- \I
2.\ dutt.reutllcln1b'
intit. D..IbNI
pursuant !_& West .
tics Pbrida s&W .
the foregoing arrangement, a very large with a number of aplendid copies ciplehupon which the political es ,
and of rue Declaration of C(1U 1CJl'l'iJH 1 of this HERKAS a tibd'..., -
lespectaDie assemblage of the Citi Independence I r, a tablishments, country are.ca ; a-
tens ot -nsacola, togetncr with tneirdifciuiguibheil gooJ' b .;uej ts, sat down loan elegant Laps Voodnuuse, euterUiaeU rule P". for Mev tha Mites'for W*:t Florida; on'the_ _4tb* inst. .
law '
n. w.tu !' rile ffufvfa gazette. pray foal a may passr or'in
sit half
dinner (prepared aJnc.r.o compmnyICC .r against pipes commonlycalled
Mr. A. Cox
: Commercial Hut,')oy at wjhch the H,r attc --.re.\ enlivened Patnotic amused bj a number of j jaitonal To the Legislative) 'Council hereafter the Mayor u&I: e city Red wine-.tating. that George w.Bavkley ,

llRNurM UKACKENHUICK, Judge of the and convivial songs, oy THE should. betaken from the inhabitdnu -' Bsqr. acting. Deputy Collector ,

Superior Conk of heat Florida, PrCtd e., K.mdiy, volunteered by icveral ot the at large and elected .inimed I and h\spectot of the Port of Pensacola, ; 't:.
com -tail and 'frritor 'jot
I'onorJuus Ji ) the etcnmg F\u-rida.. I seized the said six half trf wine
as ibtedby h.- itutsuAv, tlscj.J.ay.u passed' tar hath: pipes t tu
wife tIC: \,te\v the, people at Re'
oi the Clt of Fcnsacola as V uannony and regularity, GKNTLIMKN. The: moral weight of by forfeited to the United States.for that'on
1'resiilent. and with great saUaiactiuu Wall .who' name, I(persuade myselfirould be m JJ Such is' the manner, in :which a e,; the 24th day of M fin the year of our :.

lime following are the toasts drank on partook. less influential with (you, than the weightof -Chief Magistrate .of the; cities_ ol Lord one:>thousand eight hundred ahM A

the occasion. .: reason therefore! whether' Ibe'cal led Boston Mid Baltimore. .elect <*. twc 1ty'fiv e, the said six half pipes of Wind !

,. TOASTS. We have been politely favored with the John or Joseph is very immaterial: to the Without attempting to .dhow j ,wet attempted be, lanal'ear from'the :

1. The government of the TjuiieU Statft.ti following informutitn, cojicerntng the case ;' nor would my 1| Iinmble representation which this. mode lieU schooner- .C
-' :-. at lug tro.i the people, it is of all Health tn board 0.1 the. John Adams, winch be better supported by the addition preference,, to hesitation In the harbor of Pensacola;. which said -
others beat calcuiaied to secure their we puyliaii for the satisfaction of tne of 135 other names, provided,that this representation entitled,we h>iy/nb schooner was laded With goods,*ware*-or .

ngau:.lid hap1 lUess.-Mamt and Liberty. friends of Her utlicrryrntl crew.t be con.tormable to wisdom saying"that ou/faeihoii,of appoint, :I merchandize not .the' growth of the. ,- I

2. Ihe J'ttttibuu of ihe United .V.ww.Mnint' .r During her cruise tuc lever appeared & prop by respec. ,|'ableprecedcats; ; To ihe majority of the comet A United States and the'said wine was* at* 1

,1M11a ch. twice, but wa not extensive ; the ntit' ltn.thefact| : .. jt i1Tobactlg. it'the ,very wors t; .in. its I tempted to be landed, without. havinr"' .. 1
,0). The Jtfinory Of',/' immortal "asA. ber caves'not exceeJi.ig 45ii both at- In 1B21 an executive commUsioir was: of, that ever I1.t complied with the provisions required'by : t ,
consequc/ces e .
*&on. aVushln,tin'tJiarch. tacks. Within time lath niontn, however appointed, the members'of which were to any the thirty ninth and. forty fifth: so" r

4. The Head of Dcparttnent. she has su{ red ererely i in the hold their : with by and under the 'fetedtb/lead'oflaolr man. The"' lions of the revenue laws,of theJJnitedStates .

Bon4I arte', .rfarchL' of three week* &) of IK r ere w-were'taken space pleasure of the the I i ruling authority :. truth, and experience": has ,d t- ;in such* case .made .and' ;pzon." ,:
S. Our wittut'tcl1 ot* Waoai died that commission called ted it be that it dediV1J-rebytht same became.forfeited -
Diittngiutued Guetti.-1'nedeW'der The ata+ere was\ a Board of monsti to so, renders ; .
of.t I,ur country's rgnts upon the nature ot'the fever may bt; understoood, .Altlennenpr over by ,an :officer a/Mayor/ *who is desirous'' ,o.t to, the United SUtes and praying the usual .< '. .
Oct'-.II. (t u the pride of freemen to datotjii by the- circumstance of the Black Vomit [called the Mayor. r process. oCthe 'Court,, that all ,per, : ,

h : brave.flail toahe: Clue .. occurring. IU'IiIX'of'ttte cases, previous' to On the i3dV.August, 1622; an.act: of retaining .bis situation; } a. depend* l ollDtere.ted.urtbe+ said six*.half pipes. ,". ,
(.WhCtl this toast was given the thanks death. Tiiere is not.a single dangerous the tint Legislative Council incorporatedthis 'lito/ the common council ;. and I lit of wine i maybe cited W 'appear'aha: ah' ;=' .ftwer .
of tilt: Co.iunissioners case ot sickness atod the firmness' tiatr falls to the,prVmixes and'allxJue, 'pro* .
; were presented by now on, bu"rJ' yea keL' City: gave to citizen's the right reglareamore ; tidconderanB \
Com. UunbrJJ6; with Monthly& : t ot deaths board electing their 'murj'!Icipal officers and f : anBB ceedanpbe tudtbat' (the&meisay; ". ,,
e, some appropriatda on U. ; to tl>t lot.4 .most mepto. t aa..t forreited.tcrth fthe;
te .
JUt)t.ark:of winch we. have had no opporti/-r S 113,15 strip, John' Adamv; ,dune.'.. ..October rous-aiid-well wisely considering th t, however nurne- ;imp steam''* honest_ .tia.eote, 'onimportant Vaited-5txte>f'xccardlto: thc form' of _* -

J The pr''FuriI1J iluvenur) of the Territory. /Floy 2nd Gtthh" Joseph. Howard.harles .- be, the impulse disposed by whJcb an men assembly are'cxcitedtlc might' question. ; 'r the d-d.statute'in such t b made*. and. ':provi-'. .. ..' 1 > :

; .\allDllal, r. etlrmo- Donaldsons' might be dangerous, i '. fate of a. whole. = -. t '
W Therefore in of the mmnitib> .
BurSbaleo "
Tekrm and -"av .-Tbt e hoot .JUarinci.-banif.- Osmond,'Joiin Davidson city depended on it, awa 'oarieevrtto .,checkproviding ; ;. '
0 1 fee W'inl"'nQtification is,of itnp or under the seal of the said..court to rae. fUr ..
iUa41! r' roll
) seiitunent and heroic+ afcbievodistinguished Fred. Kofi man, brother Williams ,then created' ,' by ,that tbeAby.or .r .
of : '
do '
Lti Uerchintlanc Captains recttd hereby
tl. It. 40' lee by viler and dl und Hughes- [ shouldhave nnd .}ear i in the-Board, tatte to yes TVT A # "

% proud obedience and dignified ub-- ,&aqaeJouatuan Olcott,."Wm., Sny., that all;ordmanc :.or;actit'passed 'by r ; iB/lfir. Barn ;' .t. '.. 'ive. ot1 .
scon to thek*'' der.& L.ml .,Dvt"l., t tA' thoiioard'-ofXfderidej "Muld bt I lRltrrdo. w iii tisce}raised ,* C y. to 'dl Aah the hit .'- SU t 'ttnid,. of tag lit HousCs; ttb interested.In the 'said,t'zpefoee ,,:
Jfarch 19 JttueJkard. .' ,Mayor for approbation.- > t'iu :1e C14eupcat. persons s ., ,
-Oii the:29th'of 1823 the Tl point Bb of winethat they. t .
yAe of yacocA!-W June' 'preBette' cad- ., appe I' '
\ ? \ liberty Mld independence to Pr The Editor of'the 'l: uisi nar Ga ; .in'acE'tvai', am dW'above. provi- I. tDP.i Ati unly s'vaitatbo rrtltcb l tii:!up a Psnort aforesaid, t theCoort:; ;1t1ti : .... :' ,
' +tltramllcx I ; .concludes,essay:: H ii lea '/of. V or 'I to go ratty operat a p. I 1 t. '
the awntCt7uiinetlunttuc of.PenaacoJa."oD.thefll'li''ilbijdj.1
! forlb n resist freemen fijrhtinj? 'paper ;, 4 litao.the. ,_ ,City :, r.. : .
.T. t1r futi sides and tbeiriiatnUn 16tb.'Ocwbcr".wilh, .. the: following. ," "para.gntiih. ,. : Some tinuerprsviouji, to' thoi. trttiyaurhoaotablubodI ngo t', cu ted.wU': be lroitt'tba b..diaccrnable'. .NbYeowcr.' "uteri. and !,ere."?ii 'tI =K'.6ty ,_.,'/.l .,-.-"_ ",
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The "W.hih"'p'pon the ,' viduals :.dii: le t -dthat UUu 1. t'. ..l. tit ; d hlll ; .. "
subject w 0l4 err. "Z" .
. \ ***'* / liberty pf the ; b'.R. .. 4 . r .., .: .
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-It u military jdefencepf L-jusUna. Jon 'artici_ ation, J. an .
time knell } D:1 .
1 tr& uf deallaoti2KJI tiie I we nd' f'i tDlftpkri G'rrr twltt '.)' ..- .,. l' .'. I ISo'
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lyrantar I .radon f9'b. 1. unfortunttcly sUoceededln, tiDr 's ." "-:1.'Ji" ,. !
AirJtb who urging ibe "
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ben petition i1gtei1 'b -136 'Id hi t. \ h'jf . > "
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tui swa.lit:tb'err' !....be. I IA of dtfence felt :, / t:',. fIL1'rQrth .: Mmhal, .f.t '*.
.. 10 Doran all .;.1'Purse.' ,- r. t.: fof the riarbour,of. I PenacoTa. : no*: M intereftt w\d carr .ti iS'a\ claHtl l8 that.Q." --., (. ," '' ."- ;, -- .. ,., ".tJf ,. "
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a a ; ..D' .. f .li ;frying pain,!Nee i _. tj Sl,.j jf-fti. ) j '" .. .
'ao&nfie tints plough U;, t<o s beruvol a\

The Subscriber. Sad irons weeding hoes traro ehttntjCotjon JUSTrecoedpet B 9t.Clay. di- SPLENDID :see" filth and feel. .b r -Yi tt
J{. 'cards wire tieves, York and for' w&ejtnd A rt*.in t I
reoettral r 'Wuhi. \ ", t.4itiJ
B\s just firopn PhibMielpbia JtlarJ, is DOW Iron sort
, aid We tcc1' a a-*ut+'ejtosettle ,, ., aw. hich M w tk.e folloWlog Ii n p..r ia,mss
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I F peAj!t Tin,'scoops and funnels assorted, NEW- 2\lie.Irfnm fit rye'Citg .f NnI-trio .wi bl+em-' h .

r, TiiG Common and rivetted. ,'tin cups. WORKS.Ws lie 4th tfJaxnary, 1826, cheek o/ofeitf,**tare .

Ij Coffee;pots sauce pans, pudding pans, Rolhelan.a And'finisfeed> in five Minutes. a i w ry ,'
Wash basing blue printed paintfd.aod: t I Jbtdttab iamtrtal
__ 1HmilJ owJct
I M euited to thettt legt ttndntung 1eM"-"- t 'cream colored l plates, Stsihopf.e's .Ltt ere on Greece. in 1823 I rI = ,' fymOnthertd .".

consisting of, do do do do twifflers, snd824w wlthBoctimeots on the Greek I 45 Nraaxms. -6BA.tonTO BxDxAinr.J. Although webefiere
'p4 black and drab I Idbths ..nin life of MustaplaaMi. theticn
line and superfine blue,' do do do do dishes"asstd, .'laDe the the scripture+ that it is
Ido. the1rilleJfhd.
do do do do teas, | 3.Ntvllft'P SOTMSO- Atm All men t.c
do. da and mixed caaimerc*, do do do docaafflbers, Btchanan't Sketches of the North American Each 2 lees I c. uae at. the Iaw./ftip .f I.k" .,

I qi P-and low priced sattirietts, dodo do do do eirrri&bates Indians,.with' a plan for their me.Uoration tmJ. we believe that he makes Id
+ use
+,. Tartan and Caroline plaids do do do pitchers, ',B. Yates & IMntyre to bring them to tl knotted of wcailp
1 Men's read*roader plaid r. cobowla and other Poena by ttitbot
'do do do rheodoric a Tale .M 11 pr_. which, they'cannot tote him t
fUnmls ,orbe
halo and
: ,
r tumbtert.Cos
Upnjhtand heavy|pint Thomas Campbell
'l -and we further believe
White vellowand red do. r ttat'fos.eattadpeas_ that
t also The Cook's Oracle, containing Receipts. Ilt"
nu oefarnr God
fit .flam; ju cl figured black bombsctrRa, end
&c. &c.
&c. -
for Plain Cookery, wIlWtl .Ie
figured blue and pearl dobenmark'satin uac brandy,Ho;n, of he British ?tae.being the oan CAnal Jens, vAo gave hmtttfnmf ,
I Lisbon wiG Bio;rapby .r allte be tab edict
)Madeira Teneriffe and fie
hangup cord Lire of the principal Acton &l -ctreues \ OP THE NEW- ORK STATE tI--And
beliete tLat
Rr.se and point blankets, Imperial and young h1'mnteu, I I 'we the time totcttiji pmse
cloth. Loaf Jamaica coffee Lite i\tu'te Lottery tiM divine truth is at &Di
$ Twilled ncro nt g* sugar aid the .
df Matthew by ar.c
.2t*al aod imitation a1J't'nsha,' Pepper, pimento and mustard, The History Valerius&cHalUm's CLASS 3 for 1826. i that it*H1 torn be made known tooff
author of pea
i Drab and CQl'aterlooShawu. 'Shot assorted, bar load, ; pie as a truth of glad tidings aDd of
r t 1Vhie do. do. poi& It, Gunpowder in kegs and cinistf tea of Europe during the 1 Prize of $100,000 is glOO.OOO .3 oy-and we feel.t to be ourre,Ptcl
Imitation menno do. Cut nails assorted, copperas Middle Ages, i 1 do 50,00050.000 'ty to contribute all the mean we

r d'K and colored Cotton shawls Sperm candles, yellow soap s+ars, The Spanish baughter, \ I do 20.1M- 20,000 I that purpose. We are, therefore,QD fOl"
I .
snuff The Human Heart, 1 do 10itulo & I. that all the
t+ Vclcncia and loil'w't vesting, Gnman pipe,cbC'wmgobac friends of nan, and"
y Sansd"wnand Ma seillesdo. Flour ir.| bb>s, crack-rs m ke.'s The Highlanders t a Tale, # I: 2 do ,((- IvU'.N believers in the 5Ct1f'tuJ'esipka

F.i.ghh and inut..ti .n black silk do. Rye H hake) and gin in bW*. Scenes in F.urope,Scenes inAmenca. 4 do 2,5uV- IvVOJ' I Christ the Lr>rd, would aid in lie r:4

i -R made vests and shirts, Porter,ale and cider in boxes _The Blank B6ofcofa small Colleer, ) do 2,000- 20,000 dertaking.-Aud we believe, also 1lJI
a3y ,
window Living Plays .th, 5th, 6th, 7th, tftb, 9th do ( S9,0X/ that
it 2VidinT and buckrams, 8 b)" 10 and 10 iiy 12 glass there are a Large number of ge pale
) wen or
.1 GermansteeU and lOjh v flumes, 73 do 500- ,\ talent and
. Domestic | and 4-4 pUds and stripes, Swrdesiron, beuer Unct in these Southern
assorted xigh moulds TO ETHER fTlTMHaley's 468 do 100- 40,8JU Mitts who .
do. do. cheese and ticking, Castings p are e believe J
41 lj, denims and cottonades, Cotta bagging,bate rope ant twine. Works complete in 5 vob. 4,446 do 40- 2r soLd nc of watt

: do. | brown And bUached shirtings, AH of wDicb will be soWt > h .Jcsale or Rollins AnciePluurch's pt History,8 vols. -- ----- a. '. III that 01 rite hurry. J God and.
t t retail the lowest market pric*%. for | LiJosephus's 8 015. 5.051 Prizes wit assist
4-4*U am loom and S. Island do. es 3567,600 in ieating the minds of tk1r
r Domestic brown.& bl"acheJ! sheetings, cash cotton, or spproved paper j \\jOrks, 6 vols. 9,139 Blanks; fe.luw creatures to lie kno,1edre of

i t;:.'gilams and mutation scarsuckcra, John Jeriisonjr. I j Hamilton on PwrgaUres, Le.. than 2 Blanks to a Prize / truth as it is in Jesus by cor.nbuu:w the the t'reusonab

B, r.en'Ji gingham robes assorted, Pensacola Oct. 1st, 1825. jAr.nstrong 01) Typhus Fever, Prim Payable in toe City.fNeYork, e es pus.tiou of the-wiptur* "
newest style .diner and Tullv on Fevers. after the 1Ji\.n Light, to rcixlcr Theme
A !. .cr and furniture prints fort days the drawing but cuii tJ n.
anti plLuc'm 3 riz1ib..lrsctjcal Chemists, by Con may be had immediately, subject & the sl1 rte iugly lutmnvu, lu p. the
t brown Holland "wclon Contracts, usual deduction 15 a.:- 1...t.C DabC CI Brf 11iltar, tilt
..trti Erst,turks. Osnaburjs Fresh Goods. : cf per cent.Whole SaYWo.lt'
or l
Pi.tHUs, "Chee7s New/Gazetteer, -._11___..w...- meD
t 7-3 and 4.4 Irith linens assorted inScle Walk.,s Dicbonan. Octavo and Pocket, ti tuition to the prospect offi .
'U_;, ie.k.els.
by the latest arrivals a Hilton's n- o J- 1- eliiompson's e the column, of- -,
ana *.1: pieces, 1 roL 'fheStcrof S,>ssb.
-. -** I rr* general assortment of gilt, : : ::: gJ .l[ Quarter:: : S1250 tae pub, er will 11+rT tt r
i .h.rri'd linen r.m7r k. Itauties of Shakespeare, do. :1.1.oJ- |j Eilrhtb6o.c !, benefit of..eiectirnodical from p1e..a.re&r.d

?i 1 "k and urcuorrJk GOODS Cmpb U's Poems, do. This is the most magnificent Scheme I pubhcauons of the lJtuDbcr ofd.
i Can heck and js.ckor.ei uiuiLiS Hney's Meditations, do. that has ever been offered for the patronage and design now Pubes in 1IIe JIa.'ate

.'-* *ml u.ui; do. suited to th. P jrims' Progress.. do.Pile's of the friends of Lottery adventure in ern and tisterft Surest tie '

R ttin an-,i, r.gurvd brok do. Works,2 cols.. do. America. The small' number of Tickets Although the .
3, 5 142 and 4 1-2 point primary object
Pttt' ett!,, '..ambr., i. plnt'tetii Duffield and Whitney bUnkcts, .hts & Shadows of Scottish Life do. and the unexampled demand for tbqm, u i Publispera will be to l1 ustrate a.d of the

i ,.'. :'. \I""f'ci ruf.in"nd cot>.rests, 7-4 to 1 4-4 double rose do.Flannels ALSO, A suffircnt warrant, thAt there will not be I lae doctrine uf the In.raNJ happ Dets dckc3

ti 5w .S ports, ttlM't'O'\ tn!amnge, .h.te & blue plains flushings, kerseys, ..'fte Sorrows of Wetter, Vocal Standard i rhance left, for weeks before the day the souls of the human tamiIand cI

1 slt .. ari'J'ie t units a>>d ooicr-dcrai-ata, I S&uin tlS. assorted qualities, 'Lfe of Franklin Paul and Virginia fixed for the drawing; aad that the price: Unity of God, and to duami tb

t-. 14'..rlsStlia.ttrrcticf.m \'u, tv, I sup.and common cloths and cassimeres, Ulliam Tell, Gul \'*Travels &c 8w. ot e ck"ts trill shortly rise to StO.ar knowledge thereof jet tbe- riU nate bo

)o-kit y do. and.cuored dugs, i brown&bleached shirttngs k sheetings,!i j water, < Gentlemen are therefore requested into the.columns d TIe S7af .r lite ICbt

wp Gr.ut. and. ca hcpe ; Q.It_ superfine do. :together With the stock heretofore on to be cartis their Application. as all Or well written ar'ades 1Ii'uiCQ .Sno\
1 14 Ra- a --d Merino uo. plaids stripes, indig and furniture;. DJid composes a very extensive and ge- den actually mAiled before tbe me, will tended esubli A conrrarj dot.r J;

..rk Laventine, do. checks various qualities, !I|nral assortment of books, and will be be entitied to be supplied at the present t. but wtll reserve to thtraiTC the ,

B.. tunna and flag ilo.do.. A handsome AssortmentIrish t add at the New-York prices for cash- rales.. oJ animadverting oa them io L.e r.cit
r spi.rL
? F.Lhma fCftiniry Merchants and pcblic or private Notes of the Bank of the United candor sad wa tbe pcfteness
W'ittr colored tiI1 linens and auns, linen checks, oi
knd 'Lfcraries furnished on the most liberal stales and its branches and men, teacerntas of Gh ns i,
JF,urv blktk fcT\i. de Naphrs, 4-4 3-4 and 6-4 cambncs, j terms, and such books as are ordered and the Note of All Banki that ton of P lRoyopbcrs, aria fort co sdtri.
velvet 7-3 ai ti 6-4 jacconeu, I pay specie,re of R3rt
tC"an\.nt", cotton I
ai: not on hand, will be procured with as ceivea At par. whom they be+ere ail naakiod
d B act t n her"*& sarceretu, Sup. cambnc prims, new snle, )little to be
0 delay as possible. Orders frau a Also Mercantile Drafts at sight TERMS OF
and colored : drme >ecund k common do fun iture prints, on any PCBJ1laTl011'
do a : crapes fthe
distance will be attended 1 ;
as promptly to rge Citi:s, And rtixe Tickets received L I be publishers of llte
bleached and r
,h do. co. CntsJU do. orown huasia s&eeliu&s : aal meet with| the same liberality as a treeiy in pa}ment. S do not calculate tJ 1M
% 40. do. Italun do. Ucklenourgs, hessians, | trsonal Ail Letter on, cor 1r .
."Women's black and white siik hose, Ladies white cotton hose, ]j } application.. The Mails to be post-paid. rare any pecuniary heantpubhcauoa term iw
\\ Haseli be
3 do. do. and Oxfcred *- tted do. wiiite, black slate and lead worsted do.|! UunLI2h may relied on as beinpenccdy AM ihcrefarr will aln

r -do. and :i isaes' white cotton do.ll's' wJrte and grey s..ma',wool and worsieafipired )"ril 1825. safe"*tor ail rcsntt.nces reguia, me sue of tic paper sccordiS
) .. itei i 10 lie catent ot
Half Allntyre pvnazgc item
silk and Vigoma do. 'cse t rear.
r e:'..soured and do. half do."Plactaf3 ekgii t silk for dresses ,I caUIIm fi-oeir, Fi"da ( H'jtssjxGrox Czr T. fro a a call- .cDC.1 a. en1 per'
iL Jt will be
white siifc d--. do> U.rrcgc robe,ftS"h-in.nd c..bnc tiC' :3-4e&7 t. 18.lS. \ 22-iwu prlatcJ on -rood j
i r 1 .do whte cotton duo assorted, anJa'.mrgv a *ortment of other faoc\ ..-*/I' I WILL receive proposals till the 20th anti with A Fair:t pc and fcIJed' .

CH-.ldreu'. worsted boo'.s, I staple article December en
,C"ttot awl sitk *jper. t are 'roar be stationed at Cantonment a-. rufc-eoccs to J.
' I t raa and women's *kite siik gloms stllck every article fun
.-. do. UoAmcio, sowed and pegged do St. brojrts Brooke. with fnh beef frog: tae Is 6U\ GfSOUTHCAROLINA. Y\l'use< -pa es.

do. besrer and,!a &kia, to. W'olU n's.g&r1'.a a to))'j te>titer saOd .of Jan.iarv 1826, to include the ulst da\. 111. Price to subscribers will be g 159

'' 'iom D'* v.hle k".c c*>iorrd kid do. amt nut- bm.us. of Urcembtir, 18:36. Lectures this per annum, P}able on tbe leccitof the

I'a 'dtutle? and i rrad iaces, 3 case*"llrr stcis" extra bearer hats I The bett ill br required to be delivered THE on the second Institution will be of fi.si n.moer,to Ue Pririer or seer pcJSIa

rtteniacct a idtn'ea, nu.dc \OOl\.hr. to the troops two days in each _No.ember fbll Monday woo may bold a iUa 1 pioa pape, ct'
w .White aia'ot.ee 1 ut(No 25, wool tutk, bo\'s castor do. week (the d!*\s to oe <*e: T ated) m sod.qamtH.i On nrT, as +3 s : S 2 at tht en-i of six monhs fm>at5ts
Z :k-an.i\) \, .Mlk iralutis, Also Shatl be requisite for their ra- brook ,. ll my-By John Edwards 13 01- Use of tie pubLcAtioo of Lie first a. abes,

& \t satin J beat r4b.Q"3, _2 JO ps.Dundee & Kentucky bagging tons on cAc6 da.\. 1\-. No AUvenisemcats wili be iasertcd
, ami uo sctti. luO cots bate And I deem it to apprise Sze'1ar Ra t TnoteF fic1'C'd t+umpt-ci IK r-pe, baJjr.g twine, necessary: /uerurt cad Practice.UdScaie. .1M .
4? JlJ.ck rclvet maariu do. Sj barrels vhisk f, ot)bas coffee tlose who may I choose to steer to contract Henry Dxtson, :.u. .-s. except DOiiC'*/the d adi ct d c'86-

.k dt and colored 1 jr.sv*-nd corvU 5 iwrloaf and lump sugar I for the pm. that the beta will b* rrqured JMJteria J ed persons or a tea ,and ottx pl
30 to bet of the best which the market c C'G-Henn- R. Frost M. Lca; os of torts of G
,) uck O'tnch-\iers art tcialdOwrera, I tasted sweet oiL | !! D term's ef tbeir sa,

;J'I'..ry neckl.ces LItlt tudl'St.F1 25 boxes S X 10-9 X 11-10 X 12 j'nn arTnrd. and particular attention mus O3 frrrict cad tore and roettr.

I >ia seQHg ccuon >,as4ued, window glass bf had to the butchering thereof;as a rigid /l lThomas Aar aaei.f .sled lieV.. A competent Editor of TLs&atftfce

d JP-\r at sod uun's thread, {L0. S tens C;u: j tons swedes iron, inspection of it veil always be made Cir tied U.Psa Prioieau, M. D. '. sell be obriired ud it is w*

fe. .' Itairan K'HugS..k. Gernuut al blistered steel, Persons oll'enng to contract will make rend 11 rw i).- oc>Edaaind. Ha- ukiecded to comaesce tree peafiatta M

Pin. and awed jiarxsois, 60 kegs cut nails. Uetr p1'mting, scaled and dtrcted .'dwrclIJj .. the 1st day of tile year ia 6.ep'ata .

;C'ni.1at. ani s rce.eir utibrellaa, diadem Tenerife and Malaga winesin to nic At this place, staling the Elliott, U L. D. cad!ioa*..- X. B. i'r> irs of aewspocn fa tJe

; Lc-t:: cap &uJ ...);. :g paper quarter casks, rre perpctiadin A single bid for which Stales of Situ Cro', aadxud

J" 'I'\t1 1ti'ara' Si c t.li u tik" supenot old CA.g.'- t.**- dv.a tkr> will iarnish, and they shall be ins S. Henry Dickson., M. D. alaaa ti. .the Pow ea at 2 tMCo.n..QOUiCS

I lu-t"O" (., q".tU .:1,1 prnci tea bo)e*,>..* :L Juhen claret, and fc-.o ot the Acceptance of their propo- I. Devi V ale fc.-zby. in the SAOC.Su\, )1 chc-
..,..w assortmeitt of for sis either by Utter from z&e 24 23 where wilt ., '
$ A1t"' Bda. ar Ct'an.t C3. ar'iratR groceries sale or on leer August -1ft.PROPOSALS receive the A CSSAO: aar ODar
R V NWUh.1. ..a. by .ual appiicauon tai me, at CautoamcntBrooke wish to subscribe for Tie w' tfa.&agataosecd .
o .. .__ __m uol do the above
\ -- Stone & 1 label, ,on daT mentioned thaw to Fort u..kW5.

*1 'jttYcn':." ti: ." bun. .&,1 c.\-sad.to.r ..,. Oct.1st, ll+3 i, John Pase, LL ,i P.__..-'UI Ynr.M svtizs, Gm Ga.oa the h 01.r.at.- sad
tae m. lOaa as they rzaybe
.do. na.-anti M\viroe do. j A 4ets W JI
1\'OTE-So .kk-P""Der OQtc the subscnj ioer pre, deeded mso
.. proposals will be received
d.f.;. .atf shows
,. t4tC brogans arl.boc s'atputaFa s., (TE.. ,'. 1'the 19th l:ecrmber, the cay Iutti'is TO ME AXTITLEZ r_ ape Eouorof.7i.LSJ""zJr Sissi

tk omen's morocco noot auks hoes, To intruding *ct tier. end e/Arra,I to the one limited. 28. OSd. Th e star of the Soul'h. who are Ysaa.tuscseJa'z. mt U tU Sc i,-titara xrty rI States the :

d; din heeled&ips and tics aoal cf can aaa wet ipicric
s do. black \.df'Ca beelrd ieoo irko cvmatit t'C.cCUI lkt JIl6m To oe devoted to the iBastraDoo aad ie- or.
: ;
to insen tie
STAT\\N \" tnce >Methe
of the is
J '\ilk div do.anJisp. land. interesting cmaeof the their +f""taaa r. "P--wee .

[$* Ch"\' .\ s otort co oooU and moots i1u OX HAKD: JLXD 7OIt.S1LEAT THE Uaive J Hor1 iepi aDc1hap cl t1,e raj rgt'rC"7.
do leather .do. do. R 1aw:1t'S1 persons who v* Why 1 Pensacola sails oitbe hwoxaa iaairy--adof the j\Ol.1CE.m:9E
w' JL intruding on lands ofrfie UD Bookstore, Unity ef God.
i In 0
Cc neo > oe* casern 0I'.w.: a lrteec
..PI to and 1..w priced sa'vitea States andofctmnittingwasteonpubfic; I .h.bd.f tma+ afiJ B3w S -f .JJ .ca Cleric de last fsuc.'fan;b cf
timber are hereby mtifird that I 1li'\t:1 ILLS;; qoafity,
measures superior L.nd".VS 'f ? wet
E'4 rl\ do y perked ,cts
t ca Oil ta e
Svaw been taken for a bpd euf Letter1 'Folio and Cap ,
CM Ur and w goo whi s, the laws the United md.tcll paper inmtie Im.Ju cJasra sde.SiipSd. by p(dr: harsh :
of fa \Vafm,Sca1''ga"t.
Saddlebag* and curtingakt, States s nrtuc pob&sbers oftbe tar of tie Sthooaer A.c ud vkst
proposed papa a
made and iilass
$ prpvid, they are berebr : Peg. Cork and Pocket Inkstand, 4W
Curb a.Hi anafie trnUe or- M. wtic2 these who > p..oI GI d''Aa
some rtff N- deml oca to decsi from such\fitnces forthwith i Red Ink to du', 1I'1t:1Wa IDe b.-w- ? .act C -
oftbeirfefiowcittbe wreeluia
*-v penN otherwise they mill be prosecoted: Japanned Sand Boles BoRed and
Tbrttoe: lucking and side oxabs semi l'eja tm o J was '
to thf utmost of i Indian rapid ntrue1JedbcHrO
? riper the law.Ghen .' Tape Rahber -
2jcck do. do. do. tt3ax oi'scie&ce. aid ia bcboldi the Is' S. Pa aa'txr' Esq. 1ip Pwr
.Stamped and ivory pocket< under lair hand at tb? citr. -of:, Lead and Slate Peaob, Crayocs- extension inteUectsal iaproveaesst. ia -ixI ce the 27tia C af Se "aae caari' 1
Wasbii too,the S4th of camera lieu do, ;
vi .Fire and op,ices} and ttr upgdo. Math 1825 PeccilCAses these blessed UaHed States mad they br* JUde t e f"oIIo-d award "Jail tae slid

lornadbtvae a spender bunotas Geo, Grab,., IDCk6bI Ink, helve that there is no coast&Btioa or "hakeybesoad 2 ar thar .UYSa.'hrs

Button pearl do. 1I 1Ir't1 the "Ces>encttLcS41j. n4u- Boonet Drawing Paper let form of CO'I"meet 011 the Dee of the be amid ffiy peCQt. of Ghe

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.Iroo sad s ted kn:tti. do.Sthrrr BreshesvOOCkVDOa ale potpoaes die'ace sad at tat said
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4i i- end 7lulot'aT2iam4kePaacy *, Superior Wiadsor Soap'aadCoeuBOQ aDd paowLas III the 4imesicaa coqitic dI'ed..a the Id f'' of hehtz >> _
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