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Title: Florida intelligencer
Physical Description: v. : ; 48 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ambrose Crane
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 24, 1826
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Feb. 19, 1825 issue.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1827.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended: Feb. 19-Aug. 20, 1825. Cf. McMurtrie, D. The Beginnings of print. in Fla., 1950.
General Note: Started by publishers of Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser as "branch office." Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of printing in Fla.
General Note: Publisher: A.S. Thurston, <July 22-Dec. 8, 1826>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (Feb. 24, 1826).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Florida advocate (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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tISIIED EVERY FRIDAY BYIpSMBROSE i thorise any plaintiff or plaibtiffsiin i all or each Of:saidactions
magna.
; The Greek fleet consists at Amending and in addition toffC( n Act concerning executions"approved suits. or demandsJto. rh'fre.an: ,maintain' J Ins i ;if
December 1824.
CRANE twenty ninth : "
present, of more than 100 sail .her or their, said iictipn. suit'orjdemand[( without, ,the I 1 Zh:. r"

pjjprised to print the Laws of the of vessels. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council claim or demand, of any defendant' or defendants lo- r1 I t

[JED-STATES,', and of the Terri- of the Territory of Florida. That when an execution be .have or: require, any other:.or further declaration : &; 2-10

all, or any of said plaintiffs;than is hereinafter : .
;of Florida. issued in any manner piescribed by the act to which 4

ut Five Dollars per annum, pay- Captain CROCKER, of the this is an addition, and the same shall be leviedupon ed for, in the cases hereinafter provided. for, that is -

advance. Wm. Thompson, who arrivedat the goods and chattles or slaves of any defendant or say.Sec. I

dye rtisements inserted on the thi, port on Saturday, has defendants in execution it shall and may be lawful for 2. Be.it further enacted, That upon all bon

customary terms.Ijjkt now camp lete(1 his 130th passage such defendant if he elect to do so, to surrender into notes, bills of exchange, or waitings obligatoiy, wh

across the Atlantic and, the hands of the officer charged ,with the collection of ther executed under seal, pith, a scroll, or \vith

\.1 what 'is more remarkable, without said execution, titles to Jai: d9 t.first to.bedisposed sp(in. either, 'for the"direct I ay.m .l ef money' the ;
> shall he sufficient form of declaration) .
.
of suiJ execution befsnj sale shall 1 a 7
From ie National.Journal. hnviug nH tvith accidentsof satisfaction any r
: .... -' -- ,':;;"'T--'' "-' -- 1 ; County Court (if in the superior Court)
"' '- --- take place of the goods and chattles or slaves so levied
'll'ALY.-NAPLES Novem2. impol lance. A late Liverpool trict A. B.
set. plaintiff states that he holds
a :
aforesaid and if said lands shall after
as being
,,+, .-AVe have received offi- paper remarks that hf is sold upon in the manner in said act expressed,. produce a obligatory upon C. D. defendant, in substance as

Mvice that ]\lr. Stratford highly and justly respected i in sufficient sum to satisfy and discharge said execution, lows to wit ; (here insert a copy of the bond, note

t :ftling.: his Britannic Magis- the hade, and by a numerous the said goods and chattles or slaves so levied upon I bill'of exchange, or writing obligatory, upon which r

the Otto- circle of most- friends action, suit, or demand, is based.) if the plaintilf
respectable
if Am bassador, near i shall be restored to-the defendant in execution, and all
nTp.jIot after passing throughLand ] inttut place. li or his humanity claim by virtue of said execution released thereto. l by virtue of any assignment set forth the assignment
i follows which is the ]) the'J
:
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lu \ Avhere he ivillrc- disstress he has often received' dant or defendants in! execution, shall elect a-sale of as the case may be assignments,) whereby the
111cit "
lr 3 tiff is entitled to sue to wit : (here insert a copy of
his lands in substitution of personal estate as in the
+ :Jlfri'somedays, previous ti) his thanks of the community ; on foregoing section is authorised, it shall be lawful for assignment, if any and proceed,) yet the said debt

embarkation for Gonstantino- occasion his praise-worthy mains Wherfore he the be
one unpaid, (or as case may
the officer to when such execution is directed, to take
.1i: : conduct was rewarded by the under from such defendant: or defendants a forthcoming bond cr they) P ra judgment for his (her or their)debt,

The extraordinary visit at the writers Lloyd's: at with the with good and sufficient security, in a penalty of douh- damages for the detention ofthe same, together
cabi- of of his (her or their) costs &c. A. B. p. p. or E. F. ,-:
the
piece e
plat
omeut when English presentation a Ie the sum for wlich: said execution is issued condi- for pur.

netis about to renewity commcr- [N. Y Mer. Adv.] tioned, in case the lands so elected to be surrendered, .
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That all
clap with the Hanseatic shall not sell at public sale for a sum sufficient to discharge upon
treaty
nants for and made
a
liquidated
} ; sum or sums,
w1 11s nut regarded here, as The grand jury. of the countyof the execution by virtue whereof said personal in bank notes, or any other notes, bonds, bills of

.ado. f to gratify tjie curiosity of Bedford, lennessee: havepresented estate is levied u pdn that then said personal estate shall change or in any merchandize, or other
be returned to the JiUd officer or the bond shall -
remain
&veler. Much importance, the practice of treating in full force BlfTect in law, and all such bonds or in work and labor, whether the said covenant, or

pn the contrary, is attached to it. with spirits at elections, ascoutriry shall be taken in the name of the officer whose duty it .venants be executed under seal, or with a scroll,
without either, the following shall be a sufficient
since Mr. to the and
In British policy, spirits mean- nvay be to receire them.
of declaration Court if
in
Canning has had the direction ins: of our constitution, and anlings Sec. 3. Be \it urther enacted, That when} any defendant : -. County (
. c5 *nl! .. .. ..... superior court) district to wit : A. B. plaintiff,
affairs, every thing has a con- oileuceto; the fee in every or defendants snail wail himself herself or themselves -
states that he holds a covenant C. D. defendant,
ectlon. The possession, bye republican. The bhel1b y\'iBe '.of the privilege in the first section'of this act upon
in substance as follows to wit : (here insert a copy .of
of Malta and Cor which contains this granted, and shall execute the bond with security in
English, Repoiter the covenant.uPon which} the action, suit, or demand
the second section of this act authorised that then it
i, and the certain information presentment, gives a revolting is based,) and if held by assignment, set forth the assignment -
shall be the of anf''offic.cr who by'virtue of an
duty ,
+ lit Lisbon, possessing a capacious picture of the scenes of intemperance execution shall have levied and taken into or assignments as is prescribed in the second
upon possession
; i port, is about to be. restored exhibited at the last any personal estate of such defendaiIt or defen- section of this act, and proceed ; nevertheless the said l Q..
defendant hath not kept and performed his said covenant -
to its ancient grandeur, and term of the\ Circuit, Court. dants to return the said personal estate. 'to such. defendant -
but
hath broken the same, and the same still re
lid_,bo made a sort of general en- or defendants forthwith. mains
I') undischarged and unsatisfied wherefore Ke
,
jpot, which 'il lJrd.l tar will- Great alarm appears to have Sec. 4. Jlc it:further enacted,*That for the violation of prays his damages may be awarded to him by a jury,

.k 'an appendage, for the com- been ,excited in N ev-York last the condition of the bond authorised by the second and that' he have all legalosts &c. A. B.

lerceot*America with the coun- week,. b 3: a. ridiculous story of fiec!,.r*ro.of this .act, it shall' be lawful, for. any i of- orE>F..AUyv may forpltf. y; -........ -.,...--. p. p. c .
-- ; usuch bond is taken I
fiver for whose in whose
vies along the Mediterranean, angels appearing t watchmen, use or Sec. 4. Be it further enacecZl That upon all mer-
or"rccord thereof
to move any court having jurisdiction chants accounts, accounts for mechanical: skill and labor '
Adriatic: and the Archipelago, and predicting the destruction for judgement against etch or every the obligors in
accounts for goods wares merchandize, sold
,
.ia\e induced our sagacious of the city. rtumor soon swel said bond, giving each or auy of them six days notice,
and delivered for work and labor
account
uiticians: to think that Eng ..lcd.the tale ; the .angels ,vereprecede.d of such motion writing which judgement it shall be or upon any a
done or performed, or accountclaim or demand .
upon any
4' land meditates the without feet lawful for term time.
I obtaining by a man said court to enter during ,due by parol upon which Indebitatus assumpvit .L

rbitrary power of anchoring her who walked by.: A new born Sec. 5. Be it further enattcd, That so much of any Quantum .;\lI ei uit, or Quantum Vdtbil; can be sustainedat

vessels in this anti that infant also had some in and every law as requires (that real estate shall be val ;
1 [ spot, agency common law, the followin ,shall be a sufficient

I of Genoa. The cussis to which the affair. Altogether such a ued or appraisexTor advertised in any news paper before form of declaration to wit : ---'! County .. Court -V.

[the diplomacy of the European story was made-up, that hundreds the am 'can be sold under and that execution henceforth be and when the (if in the superior Court) District to wit : "A. ;
same is hereby repealed :
B. plaintiff, states that he claiiis an account againstthe 'i
the
abhiets is confirms
J ; : arriving, are said to have quited surrendered to I
real shall be levied
I. any estate upon or
defendant C. D. of which tje is
f this conjecture, which is in city, to get clear of the destruction be sold.in virtue of any execution, it shall and may be wit here insert of'the following account claim a copyto
: ( a or
copy
inforurity with English pol- wkii.li is predicted to take ; lawful for any sheriff or other-officer to whom such execution .
id
demand, and conclude as follows)) which account
v. 1 place on the 19th inst. is directed. to advertise by writing posted up 1 at or some part thereof remains ?nd unpaid from the
Well-informed assert three or'more public places in the county where saidland '
I persons /' said defendant, to the said plaintiff; wherefore he-
at the object of IIIr. I anIlill' shall lay, the sale thereof whi'-.h sale shall take prays the jute rvcntion of a Jury thereon, that they ,
Literalure A discovery court in the
grand place'at Courthouse. or place holding
ion to oritauimople is to may ascertain by their verdict haw much he merits orhow :
been made in the lands advertised shall z
has lately County where so lay ; provided
duce the Ottotaati rJ6ne of its- much is Just, or how much indebtedness there Is
1+' 'ugh Utfraturs. The Manuscripts however that no such sale shall be made unless '
If to 1i+ from the said defendant to him, and that they may award -
grant indipeudence. to celebrated luet the same be advertised asaforesaid for the space of
of the to him in damages their finding ; he prays also .
[reece. The :
enterprise IS arums -
Bishop of A vttnc.hes, have been thirty days. his costs &c. A. B. p p or E. F. atty. for Pltf. .
but noble ia P' proportion Sec. G. Be further enacted, Tnat any person having.
found ft Caen. There is an Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That in all cases in
its difficulties. a right to execution n1 any court of record in
; amounting any which any person, or persons, shill come to the possession -
U have facts for the immense corre pondencc this Territory, may order the same directed to the
e
asseriou. of any writing, or writings, or goods, wares or
that the resolution uf the to more than 20OOO sheriff of any county in this Territory, returnable at merchandize, or chatties or negro slave or slaves, the
letters, and carried i on by' him any number of days not less than thirty or more than '* whosoever l',
other )
'reek Government did not con- property of-any person or persons y
fur with thegre.atest ninety, as such person either by himself or Attorney l by
near sixty years whatsoever means such possession shall be effected, ,
:inplate submission hand
on one his memorandum left with the clerk of such
character of written any
literary whether where such -
legal or illegal, provided possession
or a protectorate on the other.t shall direct and if the return execution .
court upon any
day male and female, such as was rightfully obtained, the duration of such right
: ,
merely intended as useful shall be "Executed" but not time to sellthen a. Yen-
,
Montausier Itossuet, Fenelon, shall have been determined, and where the owner or
[and properflo give England a ditioni exponas shall be issued by the clerk of course
1 i Kleckier, Bochiart, Lemoyne, owners, of any such writing writings, goods, wares,
andat special, as the first na- LafaVCtte.Scudery De and without order., merchandize, chattles or ne ro slave or slaves, shall
had 1'Zesda: mes VIp. --- -eI I Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That so much of articles
on that openly favoured be desirous to reclaim any or all of the identical -
I : \ Decier, Lambert, law or laws now in force, as is inconsistent with
lawful
it shall be
e sacred cause of the Greeks. any in this section before enumerated, -
1 is would have clothed her with Q.neent:,hristiaa of Sweden .&c. tlje provisions or any of them in this. act contained, be for such o\vner'or owners ip coinnience and prose-

and besides his Latin letters to Crae- aild the same, is hereby repealed. cute an action of detinue for the same, and the folloyVing ;
title her .
given
character the an imposing vius, Vossius, Leibnitz &c. Passed December 9th 1825.A. shall be taken and considered a good and sufficient'

n negotiation BELLAMY, form of declaration for any case designated i in the foregoing =

ip-,be instituted for terminating .o President of the Legislative Council. ,part of this section to wit : "-- ..- County-. -=- -

he contest. The presence, of FISHING.On SAML. FRY, Clerk..qrproved Court,' (if in the superior court) ---- District set.

e American, fleet in the Gre- Bank of Newfoundland f[., Dmember 9th 1825.] A. B". plaintiff, states that C. D. defendant, has in his

;'Cmn: ,waters produced an electic the Great rWM. P. DUVAL, possession, of the proper goods and chattles of th'e,
.
eeliDg on the Greeks, and hasIncreased the l following inge-, Gov.crnoroft le Territory of Florida. : plaintiff, (here insert the species of thirg'or: 'things demanded -

'ti.their and for- nious mode of catching fish is I I and-a reasonable description! of it o,r them, ahd -a
{
l t e. courage' said to be practised. A strong conclude as follows,) of which said goods riq}'chatties

.. ).L line is passed under the bottom the plaintiff is entitled to:>e possessed, and avery'lIit:
'
!f t;;tft departure'.of the lastevacuated of the vessel and being broughtover AN ACT 't ,reasonable value to amount to the sum. of wherefore ,

e> ier, November !;) noTurk- the deck, round a he prays a jury'to be called to enquiry 'wilie.U1 er, .

1i trod hatf : goes is To. prescribe forms of action for eert' actions sit common' ;law, the. aforesaid. goods, and. chatties be or be'not, fpiop"

..,, alda..! JU1d Valaciua., not vertical wheel, to which''it the so and for,other purposes therein. expressed. ., ". 'erty of the, defenHapi, as also to ascertain'tj e r.:\:aloe- ? y.

tulle-' the orders that had fastened, that by turning #' and that a judgnieot;: of ,restitution may-be; :awar Qd... .

wheel with a crank, like a Whereas, great perplexity and !incoh-, enien6e'tiath.. : r )iiim i. by the court,'aso'lI) .default\ there that,wi ex/w&J/ ;
-, _transmitted from 1. onstan.e line is made to often. occured to pie good citizensof't i \ is Territory: ,' :': -rL L XJL\LiI.,
grindstone the ion be 'i issued 10 take the agre sad' ( : J
may .
,
to the and.Eta ye' < _,5 ,
ofth prescribed and.
of knowledge .
want fOtJIls :
1 Hospodars revolve. To this line, hooks are from ch\attles if to'be. had and. 'i1'not,. th'ttt. e.u:' v'M.,m., .
'" used at common law m drawing _odeep anti o sfor;: ; ; itt J : t..
fastened at regular .distances. : .. opieb, tiJ' d p. of j the est a'f.. of 1!idet:'. ;: e'J..
jfZ a :Greek Committee at hooks on remedy; ,thereof? J \ 'prris' his" full"- "danla' \- es for:the ille"J ?g a l'=.ti e tenti4o.4< ):
The 1 Jjait is put on the Be'itetiactfrd the Governor'and Legislative Ctomci'Zof ,
: by : : f&c A. .' .
a and also his cost / P.P.sal
: v- eva/fcas collected. 30,000 ,one,::sideof. the vessel, &n4* the thk:ffimfpry! .of Elanda,1'That the. 'forms_ 'giveja'lbythis .' -' personal"estate.. ,,, : ,.,, ;., fi ..;..''.
: .
: E.-Fit forPltf ,
t .. ..es, \tliU Cflption, which: fish.are'taken_ off at the, other}" 'st tutcrj.4hd in'thQ;cases heifeiri\ aftetdiredtd/star, o r:.. "f. ; "" # < ,-. ",,. : ... ."'.-'. .... .'J.g-."' r;a' ,.r" T. ... ,.....7 : 7 y
: a. drip the in motionby ke v ar at lTcouttspfrewrd !_ l : !1J.. -, 'S' <."t. : & -,.. i.ttf'W en. r- .V
: ; pur j thelme -being' kept ,. be-t l: \' eepted/by .e Dry, 4l Si '" i'ir'ip.b r> 't lr r" -Tn. lor -

t ". : n ds ,of grins, \\ ti :Din. of the wheel.. ':.,* 'of this Territory', 'whicV.srre t -now/t> son, .,sha. 1t-. ('a j,,;..: ", $;r..Jsc1: ., .. :. ., 1 ,v.
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'sentr \ f. : 'NClliOriqI {legis: .may v bereaftef,be lawfully eatablitiJedas good w-.i"(' ) :... .. *' MIF-ituL <

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shall choose 1$_ence his suit, a declaration conforming moods. as though this Act old not eXist,".unless he; she, --.---- saw palmetto lands,"'and' 'i triers 1? '

himself substantially the forms for 'declaring.hereby or they, shall-,select' to pursue the remedies herein 'Report'oj' the Survey: '7oj a Road from: sed with grassy: flatSj, spotted ..

and herein before given, and shall also file with given'J St. Augustine, to Cape Florida.,by cypress and bay ponds. .A. I Jt

the clerk a memorandum or order, directing him to .Passed December 2d 1825. Col. Gadsden.CHARLESTON portion of this distance will requ.1tt

, copy declaration aad issue summons (or as the case A. BELLAiMY, causewaying: ; the base, how role

: may be, writ) and sfiall 1 hy;himself sign his name thereto President of the Legislative Council. s. c. 20th Aug. 1825. being road sand, a be solid obtained.foundation EI fog|'
at law of said court shall his I may boo
or by any attorney sign '
SAML. FRY, Clerk. (Continued from our last.) Crane, and Turkey Creeks' arc 1ir:
'name thereto as attorney for plaintiff, it shall be lawful -
[[Approved December 5th 1825.] But opening the communication row, from 15 to 20 feet wide, "here
by only
for said clerk in all or any of said cases, to copy the
crossed seldom
'- { WiM. P. DUVAL,. by a Canal, through a low and otherwise t ha
declaration or declarations as aforesaid, and to append f 1
Governor of the Territory of Florida. level surface, requil"ingno locks, fordable, they may with great far ir!
thereto a summons in substance.as follo\vs : "Territoryof be bridged. The St.
ty
between the Mat u zas and Moschetto Sebastian';
Florida District, County Court sct. AN ACTFor or Halifax, and the latter inlet and St. Lucie are deepvith.pet..

",' To the sheriff of said county_ greeting ; you are hereby and Indian River, a distance of but pendicular banks ; the sites, bo, '
commanded to summon C..D. the above named defendant vcr, are favorable for ferries, jht1tf.
safe inland communication
nine miles
the relief of Daniel CHart and Sears Or)an. a
he.be.found: ia your county to appear l before along the Eastern coast of met abeut 25, and the ''altfr'-1-etg i .

the Judge (or JUllges'of) our aforesaid coil ;t at the Whereas a law of this Territory entitled "An Act Florida, from St. Augustine, South, yards wide. From St. Lucie to' 1..

court house in the county aforesaid upon the --.day providing h for the election of delegate to Congress" approved for upwards of 200 miles, may be piter river 30 miles 50 chains. n_: '

of the term of our said court, to answer A. n. 1 July the third, eighteen hundred and twenty secured to the country, the benefitsof country. similar! in general charac.fter

the plaintiff in a plea of (debt, covenant, account, or three, makes it obligatory on the Sheriffs of each which may be extended, North, to that just described ; the pot&

detinue as the case may be) which has been exhibited county to transmst to the Governor, the returns of the as far as Charleston, South Carolina, however increasing in number and

against him by the declaration of.the plaintiff, of which election within ten days alter they are made out to by-another Canal of about )10 milesin magnitude, and the dry lacd scar.

the above is a true copy" .and make due return how him,.and whereas the said Daniel C. Hart and Sears extent, uniting the waters of the cer in as you descend South, crossing
have executed this nmmons witness G. II. clerkof sheriff North River with those of the St. I the distance four small l stream,
you Bryan ; DuvaJ,. and. acting sheriff'of Jackson
John's. Connected with this imperfect easily bridged tributaries to a SOl
our said court at (he court house aforesaid this
county, were compelled i in compliance with the aforesaid -
them branch of the St. Lucie. ,
Jupiter
I sketch of that
day of-18-- and of the Independence the .U.ear. general portion -
provision said law, to travel] from Jacksonvillein of the Eastern section of Florida river, about 35 yards wide,
nited States the 'G. H. Clerk." Duval to Tallahassee and St. Andrews
county Bay subject
apparently to
.. oJ which has come under ny ob- great freshei:
Sec. 7. Be ii further enacted, That) service of the in Jackson count Tallahassee, and have received no servation in the survey of the road but may be; [bridged. '

summons directed by the foregoing section cfthis .act compensation, therefore, assigned me, I subjoin a mere mi- From Jupiter river to sea Beach

shall be, by delivering a true copy of the .declaration Be it enacted by the Governor and legislative Council riute description, in divisions, of the 8 miles 20 chains, crossing the cfc

and summons so issued as aforesaid to the defendant] ,: of the Territory of Florida, That the said Daniei C. whole distance, according to the nal or communication between' .thi

or leaving the same at his usual place of .residence ]Hart be paid thirty dollars and Seai-s Bryan fifteen variety of character in the country, lakes, south, & Jupiter inlet, north

ivith some white person of his:family above-tlie age .of dollars from any monies in the treasiuy not otherwise with a geographical sketch, estimate a grassy channel about 70 'yards

fifteen years, at least thirty days b.cforethe .tern-of appropriated-as a full compensation for their services. of probable costs of construction ofoads wide, with a rapid current from the

the court to which the same is .made-returnable, :in.. :.Passed December 6th. 1825. r &c.> lake, subject to overflowings when

which case a trial shall he demand&ble! of -course : A. BELLAMY DESCRIPTION. the: lake is full, though generally

ProVidecllwltCCi., that service of such summons as.aforesaid President of the Legislative Council, From Solanos Ferry, west of St. The fordable first, four\\ ith miles firm flat sandy bottom

shall#be good and valid executed within less.than :SA lL. FRY, Clerk, Augustine, by the route of the old pine land*,
comparatively dry the las
.. ,.,. thirty days of term time, but the defendant shall of- .[./lpproltcllJecemler: 8tli; 1825.] King's road, Jo Tomoka, 44 1-2 sand undulations. ; :, sea

1 right in such case havea continuance until the term.. "WAI. P. DUVAL) miles. For the first 25 miles generally On Beach: to Rio Seco, 35 miles

f next after the appearance term of the cause.t : Governor of the 7'Territory :Florida flat pine tends, intersected by 15 chains ; Middle river, 5 miles 30

t .. three creeks, Moultrie, three runs chains ; mouth of New river, thir
Sec. 8.- Be it further enacted. That in all actions and mill : the first about 15 feet ttfn miles 43 chains ; west point, oj

.allowed and commenced], under the second and third AN ACT wide, and easily bridged the second Bear Cut opposite Cape Florid;

sections of this act, bail shall be demandable of course from swamps on both sides, (bay about 3 miles wide) 20 milej

by the plaintiff or by his attorney for him, and that .in' For-thc.rclief of Joim-y iGirey. 'intersected by small branches, about 45 chains. The whole distance 74
.all actions allowed and commenced under .the io rth' 200 ; and the third about 70 yards miles 48 chains. The beach at low

.and fifth sections of this act, bail l shall'be ailowble only! Whereas is represented tothe: present Legislative wide. Within the same distance, tide is spacious and firm, with the

.so far, and in such cases, and under such restrictions, Council, that John Y. Garey had erected, or that five old causeways, the whole not Ocean on the East, and sand hills

.as are imposed by the act regulating judicial proceedings there.had been erected for his use upon one of the: exceeding 250 yards in extent, will and chain of fresh water ponds or

approved December oUth 1624, and such act or J lots in.the city of Tallahassee, a wooden building by require repairing. The las 92 lakes on the West, sufficiently con.
miles Tomoka, andy, blutk-jack,
< to furnish to the
venient traveller
, ::.acts as may be hereafter.made amendatory thereof. which he became entitled to a pre-emption right to to an
ti scrub, and spruce pine ridge, occasionally abundant supply'of water. The sand
the lot
which said ; is situated and '
t upon building whereas diversified with pine flats,
hills do the naked
,i 'Sec. 9. Beit further enacted, That in all cases.where* the said Garey, failed to comply-\vith the provisionsof and spotted with small ponds, and not of more present Northern latitude appearance

.by the foregoing section oi'this act, bail can and shall said act in the time therein ,prescribed, to secureto intersected by nine small creeks but I are generally coveredwith ?,

: be required by the plaintiff or his attorney for him, it himself] his said house with the lot on which it is running to the East, and from 15 to and occasionally crowned with gras a

:, shall be lawful for the clerk, \\rhose.duty it shall be to siuated, for remedy thereof. 25 feet wide, all easily brill ged. thick overshadowing growth of sea

issue process, to append to a copy of the declaration a Be it enacted by the Governor and legislative; Councilof Tomoka River, about 45 yards wide, or :Mangrove grape. From bein

writ of Capias aa r rcsponaenaum, in substitution of the the Tcrr.tory of Florida, That the time which said and favorable fur a terry, high exposed generally to a wind blowin

; summons hereinbefore directed, which said writ shall Garey shall be allowed to determine his right to said bluffs on the south, and marsh on uniformly from the same quarter,

be executed as directed by the act regulating judicial lot, as prescribed by an act to provide for the laying .the North bank, with, an old causeway regularity has been given to their

.proceedings., approved December oGth: lb24. and such off the town of Tallahssee, and the sale of the lots about 200 yards wide, and easily figure, and instead of the sea sail

. act or acts as may be hereafter made to amend the therein,.approved December the 11th, 1824 be extended t repaired. The situation owned undulations common to the North,
-same. i'I to tne first day February 1826 ; any thing in by'Mr. Anderson, who resides on and the dazzling reflection of light

;i .. i it :the before recited act.io tie contrary notwithstanding..Passed the spot, and willing to establish a from the convex and concave inequalities
flat for the accommodation of
Sec. 10. Be. it fitthcr.enacted, That the lawful re-' December 7th 1825.A. tra- of their surface, these rid.
vellers, BO soon as the road can be the of artificial
; turn or returns upon the summons herein before directed -. ELLA lY ges present appearance
opened. : with their
shall be -'executed true of. President of tie :Legislature e-..Council..SA parapets, scraps
by delivering a copy? ? From Tomoka to Spruce Creek and berms all seemingly sodde
this declaration and iumuiOiis to the defendant this IL. ,FRY, Clerk
15 m. 32c. crosses near the Tomoka -, ,with the skill of an Engineer Th(
day of- 18 L I.. sheriff- County ,;.or' with L, [Approved JJccember 8th 1825.] ': a small branch tributary to the Rio Seco has. been closed by a sandbar

M. of the family of {ihe defendant, at his usual jesi-. WM. P. DUVAL, same. Level pine lands, interspersed which has been formed acros

dence this day .>f- 18 i. K..sheriff of .Governor of the Territory of Florida. with saw palmetto flats, and its mouth, and similar sandy seal:

County ; or the dele: dant.is not found ; 'i is 1l0.ilJhabi-. low, wet, grassy plains, with scattering have been placed very recently upoi?

taut of the county ; cis dead ; or "not time to execute .. goccasionally rowth of dwarf pine trees, Jupiter and little Matanzas inlets'

; and all and every return or returns other thanis AN ACTTo spotted 'with cypress The whole Atlantic coast of Florica

: herein directed, stall be illegal'.and of none eflect. : ponds and swamps. Thegreater presents evidences of thes<
amend an act concerning limitations actions. part of this distance will require struggles between the sands, set'ii i
.
Sec. 11. Be it firther enacted That if the return causewaying. operation by the agitations of .\hi.
Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council From Spruce Creek to Indian River Ocean, and the currents of the rivers
upon any such summons be, that the defendant is no inhabitant ,
of the is of the Territory of Florida, That all actions on such 33 miles 76 c. Sprnce Creek, ; the one striving to close, a
dead
the shall -
county,or cause a-
:
bate accounts as concern the trade of merchandize, be- including Cabbage tree and ham- the other to maintain, an outlctr ''o
; otherwise when execution of process has not tween merchant and merchant, their factors and servants mock margins, which are subject their waters. Middle liver is ib
been
: had, the pluinUl shall have alias and pluriiis.summons shall be brought within the term of five years, to overflow, and will require causewaying fOrdable at its mouth, and a:$afl
as often as he shall require.! after .the delivery: of the articles charged and not .af is about 200 yards wide. bar, forming across, riteN P w..fmr'
ter. The first ten miles, low, wet, pine, has already. diminished. depth c!

Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, That the.general-i' sue t. Sec.. 2. Be furthcrji enacted, That all the actions saw palmetto flats, interspersedwith water at its ent>'ante r'to less.t

any or all of the actions given by the second or third on merchants accounts shall be brought with in the cypress ponds and grassy four feet.. Middle. J' ,-Fiver t will, riion t.
sections of this act shall be non est Juctum, which.must plains, converted from their low- than probable-suffer the fate of th
term of from the of the articles
tiro.3years
.be under oath; that the general issue in any or all of the and not after. delivery ness, after heavy rains: into ponds. Rio Seco, Jupiter fee.; and this de

cases under the action, given by the fourth section of For the next six miles, cypress crease in the number of the outlet!
I
Sec. 3. Be it enacted all claims:
this act., shall be non in-/, md that the only issue I further That'upon swamps and saw grass ponds, diversified to the lakes, necessarily divertiuj
to the action given by the hfth section of this act, shall demands or other rithts"hich can be enforced by occasionally with saw palmet an accumulated discharge of ware
.be non detinet. ,. my personal action created or existing at the. time to and bay bush flats. These ar through the channel of ew1 rive
i! that this'T.erritory'as ceded by and from the Span .. the sources of Indian river, and un may alone counteract the operation

Sec. ish'Government, and came into the possession and under : avoidable as extending \Vest, and I of the sea on its entrance. '
13.
Be it
That in
further enacted
anY** cause the Government of the United. States and not otherwise communicating with the savannahs
brought under and by ViI toe of the second, third i ., or limited by law, ilie-said actions shall be commenced -.I and tributaries of the St. John's ri Estimate of cost construction of.
:
fourth sections of this act the defendant shall be al road etc.
.
lowed before the first,day of March one thousand: ver. The last seven iles pine and :
to fleas many plea* as-5haJ1'be deemed necessary saw palmetto plains, singularlyspotted 1
r to investigate the merits of his defefice and the eight hundred andtwenty seven' or shall forever b e with From s:. Mary's river, by
and flag
saw
grassponds
barred by operation of limitation. Jacksonville, to Salo- .
:,,: same pleas shall respectively be 'Jan-ful.3s if the said 1 and occasionally diversified d; -
Passed December 7th 1825. no's so miles
ferry, principally -
actions or any of them had been commenced at common with sea sand hills, and pine land t
old"road
.
A. BELLAMY. repairing
law; swells, with an undergrowth of f
Sec. 14. Be it further enacted, That no advanta President of the Legislative Council. broom grass ; their superior elevation bridges etc. ,
e' .SA>4IL. 42 m. 40 c. from Salonafs.foriy .:
Clerk
FRY
shall be taken of detected their x
any defendant for pleading pleas not only by comparative 'to Tomokawith
consistent with _each'other, but in such case the jury -.[Approved,December Qth 1825.] dryness. The greater part o f causeways and bridges : 4 &,
'V J\1. P. DUVAL. >
shall be sworn to try the issues joined, and to make a1 this distance will require causewaying 15 m. 32 c. from Tom kato "
Governor of the Territory Florida. and the labor in
true verdict thereon ; rendering
according to l law and justice. Spruce creek
s
Sec. 15. Be it'further enacted, That in all cases practicable for wheel carriages, a 33 m.. 76 c. from spruce

Where judgment or judgments shall be given under road through the cypress swamps, creek, to ridge of Indian
heads of Indian river will be
and bjr*virtue of this law, execution snail issue and be LUDICROU OCCURRENCE. siderable. con. river .

executed, as is, or may be directed at law in other A Gentleman at Lillet bas in his possession a fine 23.m. 44 .c.'rtom ridge of
,cases of'a like nature. Irish cow, which, without viciousness or malice, frequently Ridge of Indian river, 23 miles, Indian' river Z

Sec.: 16. Be it further enacted That in cause amusesherself the neighbourhood by play 40 chains.' For one half of this distance 76 m':,05'-c..from ditto ,to. rl,

brought under the provision: of ,this act, ,it any shall be ing off extraordinary antics, as if from the pure love of high ridge, diversified with St. Lucie river, bridge
fun. On, last she old sea sand undulations,:and occasionally intg- Elbow, Crane, and
walked
.J J.awful to join any umber of plaintiffs or defendants to- Monday quietly up to an indented with :
The
last
-a' etfcer:in action, and it sliall not be considered woman, l)y the name of Gregory, and without any appearance ponds. Turkey creeks ferries
r 'any; .a t half, level pine lands .
comparatively the St. Sebastian'sand .
of tossed the old lady Qn ,
deliberately
.vhrlanoe.fr9p1.tie prescribed forms in said anger, '
acts con- dry, spotted as usual with '' .
) ponds.To td St. Lucie 8
into ditch and then followed herd
a dirty humanely ,
'tiiqe'di,.so tow dany declaration. therein given as .toinclade'.pluraliues Elbow creek, i miles 40 chainsto ; 30 m. 50 c. from St Lucie
lifted her out in the
of parties to aiiii of grass and afterrolling her over Crane creek 9 miles 1
; any every. sa I 40 chains Jupiter river
,r'* ; f*-' '';., "- and over appeared to be preparing to place her again ;
ac,"cfls.... : .. : to Turkey creek, 11 miles 10 chains 8. m. 20 c. from ditto to
t ;
A., ."-" .;1.: in the y itch( when sOIne.oftlle neighbours cane: .to, her to St Sebastian's, 5 miles 20 chainsto each

S e c. 17. K t it f wilier enacted_ That nothing,mints assistance and relieved her from her_ unpleasant. situation ')t. Lucie, 34 miles 55 ,'chains :: 74$mi 48 c. from Beach to -.rw.

act.contained: shall be' ,..so ,construed as to abridge th e' without: sustaining any ffijury, but only"terrible'frightened the, whole_ distance 76 miles, Bear cut, opposite.C .pe

. ts of,any p party-or artis, plaintifffrom eommen >. at the time,", as she expressed herself. chains! ;, generally pine plain.es, Florida, for road -..Oof -,

7-C I V. _.jn1_ ***.all'ajid t j X.aachofth;; j I.r said t aptious", ,.'i. ,.suits, or de-. (&wlh Paper.] diversified: Tvith'occasional swells two flats, 'ine' at Mid*

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die, thcfctheratNew'ri-: 1 1Ttr. grants to the Atlantic, as well &s magnanimity has to ,stand the Host that this example will be imitated

Western coast of a Territory the .
A..Mr. Coo1ey4. TaLtaZ ; severe trials. and that all
\\Williams d at this populating which is a policy of We are to hold meetings from timeto gopd Spaniards

either of whom nationa importance. I would sug- FRIDAY.FEBRUARY will be eager to contribute to
place, 24,1826. time, in order to devise such ordinances
: Middle to consideration the the relief of their
a-ferfy gest your pro- country.
will keep and means as shall be deemed -

( river is generallyfofdable. priety commencing operations at TWENTY SECOND OF FEBRUARY. by us most wholesome for the use The Gazette of Trieste of the V
mouth 200 ihe St. Mary's river ttatthe road
so
its ,
at ,
of the citizens of Tallahassee-that 12th of November. says :-"
----:: branch from West
may Georgia, to The which
the of auspicious day gave to those, be put into effect, it is first Yesterday there came into thisport
St.Ia
: in.71 c. from Bay Tampa, as has been our happy country, a deliverer from
'"iJJU necessary that you appoint appro- vessel direct from Alex-
sanctioned a
river to Cape rloTm. by appropriation, and the fetters of galling oppression

, rys rida V 828,100 East, along the Atlantic border, to should forever be held in grateful remembrance -, priate officers to fill the different andria in 22 days. The captain -

-- the extent which may be approved. depart UH::.b ow vacant ; and as ex- that the
---- leports Tnrko
--- by its citizens. The
day
-- Au- The immediate far > ?]lit' principal barrier wehave
from St. operation as as pens )
.", 71 c. distinguished above other days by the Egyptian fleet of{ ICO sails, comprising -
Cape Honda New Smyrna, will be necessarily io eU.IUller at present, let
Eusineto surveyed 23,700 connected with any subsequent extension birth of WASHINGTON, is worthy of their salaries be us low as possible 45 American, English,

as frum St. Marys. of the communication to the all honor from those who are the recipients we cannot be too cautious in this re- I!. Austrian, l' poliian, and Sardinian -

80 V to m.St. AugusL, on old Cape, which the Government of the of the blessings he procured. -! spect. How we shall raise sufficient transports, set sail on

road 5,000 United States may tHink advisable, The citizens of Tallahassee are funds for defraying these expenses the 15th of October, five days

-- and U'ill cost, as estimated, 11,000 not deficient in patriotic sentiments.In : demands serious
-- V our most before his It
departure. turd-
- 00 dollars, divided thus : honor of the day a splendid Ball ,
71. c. J28 considerations for these salaries
gom.
:; cd
12,000 15 fire
was held, attended by all lue Beautyof troops, ships
alone would be sufficient taxation to
-- founded on From Stlal'y's to St. Au- this and two steam boats
is infant
'fabove estimate Metropolis, waich, with aCeOl1ipu -
be called because of the
soldiers !- gustine, 5,000 I enormous, ed it. The
by the
performed gentlemen the same iVll
labor being comprisiiig assembly captain
the :;t. Augustine to Tomoka, 4,000 I very few legally the objects of tax-
receiving only their cxti'apay. were consceiitratcd from in with it in the
again of
Tom kato Smyrna, 2,000 ation. But we have more to do, our waters

more than half of the states in the cannot stop here, nor be Oandia, and sailed with it till

should it oe deemed advisable to Union, yet all, with the utmost cor- expenses I? _*A _I.A. __ _. ._ _!__ __ 1 __=___A A._ LI .&L .. ..2 .... 'W
onlyto g 11,000 .JIWlI.ea loasum merely sumcieni to me mini 111l. ovemijer, wnen
the road, lor tue present and
open the route of the road diality harmony! united in the defray the salaries of those appointments he quitted in it those of isavaiint -
Smyrna
festive scene. In the mazy dance .
marked, will have to be abandonedat cofmnunication -there must be some appropriations ." Lp to that period this
The to Cape Florida or ill the social coterie, all were gay
old for the of office
the rent
and our
Toinoka ferry, ,
the fleet had not fallen in with the
Eusj may be extended hereafter, cither aid happy. Among the company we
road followed or a more for stationary and for a thousand
K.nct
> s route selected, so as to cross by opening and improving the were much gratified to meet with different things which nothing but Greek squadron. Letters from

ru creek at r near j its connection inland passage by the lakes & sounds Co!. Achilles Mural, who like his illustrious time and experience can develope. Alexandria, however, of the

prace who tne Haiifax. The facilities which have been described, or by countryman LAFAYETTE has Then to what source cane look 19th of October, assnre us thatit J
this creek, the road which has been surveyed.For abandoned princely titles and with
however, of crushing accommodation of within this contracted space---this wrs not till the 17th that
from its widih & margins of marsh, the any populativ.n that suavity of manners peculiar to thinly populated city for these the 'rurko-l !fleet!
sup- g'yplian quitted
its which may he induced to set his nation in the J
diminished on approaching mingles society of
are plies ?Would it be policy-would
road there Lie Souih of the Moschetto, the in- that port, earning 8t'QO
old King's with
mouth. On the plain republicans, as much apparent '
it be fulfilling the unavoidable l duties
land communication be
of which would pre mfuntry and 900 cavalry. It
is the remains a causeway pleasure as tI o' he was an
much ia ferablc ; and I am inclined individually which devolve here upon. us, to enforce ,
without
may be repaired entire stranger to the Splendor of an was compOM'd of co ships of
inclined however to the to the opinion, it would evenprove such Ordinances as must compel #
boi. lam I
Imperial court. war large and small, 13
that the. superior advantagcs so for all military defensive these few individual)* to pay a tax
,
opinion -
of a more Eastern route y.illDlorc operations which events might render -- a -- apportioned to their avocations, possessions harks, 10 Christian transports

than counter-balance any greater necessary. A road sufficiently : and number, equal to the :17 Turkish transports. 10 fire ,
The iddress of the In-
difficulties which may be encountered practicable for rapid military movements following enti funds necessary for our wants ships and 1 steam-boat. '1 his

from crossing the creek still and for the necessary unimpeded tentiant to the Common Council of in spite of all our prudence and inge- ill err fore, is one (ii" the most

nearer its mouth. if the road be transportation of heuvy ordnance tHe City ofTaliaLassee was inadvertently nuity 1 The result will be burthen- formidable Htsvlticil V

opened tu myrna, it may be continuea -' baggage-waggons, etc south htid aside, and forgotten until some : armaiu*

inconsiderable expense ol" ,myrna, could not be constructed, late this week, when his honor was the Port ever sent to sea. It
at a very I Hence, in submitting you, -:
should it be deemed important :ut at a cost greatly exceeding the again requested oy that board to allow !- these observations 1 shall gentlemen was believedthat it had already

along the high r"ulge of the estimate which has been furnished, its publication ; alJ) we now suggest to you the propriety of immediately -: arrived in the Alorea, as a great:; V

south of liahlux sound to the haul with _u continued 0 annual expense n 0 to present it to our readers, hoping that petitioning Congress this' number of Ottoman vessels had

over, at .milan n\er, thus tviiLiiigthe ; keep u 111 a pi oper state of rep 1J'o the above explanation excuse us io .
its J
been is
The the will very session, if possible, for a certain -: seen waters t
on route
bad the i population like .
near irmu
t cj'press swamps any thing procrastination.GE.NTJLC31.EN '
heads of this stream. probably never be sufficient to contribute tract or portion of land adjoining! said, that after tht' drbai'kaii. n

The great: \viclh of Indian river, to ihjs important object Before address, en some the suberbs, for the use of this city, nf the troops,. the squadron with
while the inducements to individuals you par- the income which \ not only
at the haul over, and for many nJ ilesauo'e ticulars i'or consideration the tire ships will proceed to
our '
the to keep up the accessary ferries: necessary supply us with sufficient funds with- V
presenting more appear 1 cannot unnoticed Act Hydra, to burn the !hii&S which
ancc of an inland sea, is the only objection will scarcely ever be adequate. pass out taxation, but after a little while, :
Incorporation for this city.-Notwithstanding are upon the stocks.
.
to the selection of this direction enrich our city forever.---But as

for a road to Cape Florl a. In This communication contains the unpopular means this shall be a subject of a petition ,

other respects, i'or: mat; distance ii however, only the hasty observations whicii seemed to have been used by which I expect to lay before you, I On motion: of .Mr. WHITE,

possesses a decided preference over and speculations of an the petitioners in favour of the pas- shall therefore content myself, at of Florida, it was-:Jicsolved, -
of this I feel
the route surveyed and marked. sage act ; yet more present with this hint, and concludein i hat the commitee of \\
individual made aysand :
on a country, than to tnd; that nevertheless
happy ,
Crosi-aii Indian river, at this point, warmly recommending it to
your
Means be
l1stru ted to in-
under unfavorable cir it still breathes <
however, the road would be continued many a truly republican consideration and
earnestly hope
,
from thence, on the survey cumstances. However just maybe principle, and bears upon its face will use every impartial and quire into the expediency of .
you
which has been inude. It may be his inferrences, from the existing -i that unprejudiced liberality which means to promote these making; an appropr a:lon for

here necessary to stale, that I do nOL state of things, as to the I inherent despotism of seutiineut views proper, and if we shall succeed, in payment of Ed ward ii,. bibson.William .

consider my blazes as undeviating *- could never countenance H. Simmons and ihnr
uncertainty of the immediate obtaining these ends, we shall hap- ,
guides to those who may be entrusted Hence follows that noble privi-
concentration of a populaton pily triumph in obtaining a victory clerks, for services perform d .
of
with the construction the I of
the the
lege, suffrage people, profitable probably, for the widow by order of the President ot the
roau, but as merely designating a South uf the Moschetto, it is not which adopts us this day honoured in
awl the orphan also, which, perhaps, United-States in ofa
line ol operations: from which any improbabU that tHe improvement the distinguished confidence of their pursuance
deviation be made which subsequent will immortalize our names with the resolution of the :t-ouse of
may
in the science of agriculture alfairs, so far as they are connected
of and faith-
and more minute examinations grateful epithets "good
of the l4Ui of
with the feel Aiepresentatives :
noattracts general atten- corporation. grateful "
oi the adjacent country might. : ful servants.
repr-er ",dus ble. The objects of ruyconimission tion, and the discovery of some to them for the distinction con- A'l.y lh 4, requesting the Hies- .1tn.

___. ,,_. ...... ...... ;flnl urlnn {* ttio _'
ascertain the gratutate you on the same occasion. ?:Yu' 11.A, :\I"nh 'I *m TI* v. : D. f ILl : u.-'UCUL'-n'lOQ"";:: ";'it-:: "UL'H. tL1j ,
were moie 10 new Southern staple, unknown fj'(Jill IIIt .Ici-1; 1.1 AJ JVZHlllg J. U-31, 1UiIb; u.uUl.lLo
the practicability and probable cost !I value of some native production Reason can find her seat no where January 13. safe keeping and security of \

cia !.jgh\vay between ,t. Augustine with the successful out ofa Republican Government. It is reported that the French the public archives of Florida. .

an,. ;ape Honda, than to survey Here only can prejudice, the motherof Government have acknowledgedthe National Jounwl.'t

alid mal k, eery aberration from a introductions of fruits. Tropical ignorance and contention, receiveher -
'
direct line, which might be necessary and European, adapted to a death \\-ound---I-Icre only can I Independence of the Uepub- ",',

avoid obstacles, and for the climate, supplying the deficiency Merit duly receive her reward, and lic of Colombia. The recognition It is stated in a letter from ,

selection of the best ground. This of a light sandy soil, conuec- where the poor, as well as the rich had not been officially pro- Taiupico that since the fait of .

operation would have required amore ed with the inexhaustible reservoirs man, can gain wisdom, and trample i mulgated or' suffered to transpire the Castle of San Juai:, the ..

uinutc examination of the under foot the trade of Alvarado is to
of valuable fish extensive tyrants power. I but in confidence. exacted

whole country than was practicable, V Some thoughtless, as well as imprudent -: 'I 1 he Durham Chronicle says, be transferred to Veia C'iuz,
tvsth for cattle and
exploring party under my ranges a sea
command diid the unavoidable dis- baach annually enriched by the persons, had endeavoured, vwe perceive that in the West and 10 or 12,000 dollars have

asters \\hich interrupted our early of the by idle reports, to impress on the of England all thc bank are in b'.en asked for the rent ol"stores --"
misfortunes enterprising, minds of our constituents "that our
movements ; and can be better pel- jeopardy, from the run against In the latter place.
formed may, in these combined objectsof efforts as City Council would lie dormant -
by the road-makers keeping I Ibid.
always in advance, and on the flanks fruit fish, stock, and vvreck111115 were we elected," becausewe them ; and the greatest confusion J .

t d the laborers and salubri- opposed the act for the Incorporation and misery are prevailing. -, ------ -- -- .I.
; a small intelligent under a mild ,1.- ___ ._ 1__ ._____ .. ...o L _Un
examining party. :Such was the chat I 0110, ,.Iinl. .fp' iirp.Qp.nf._ sfrnno'. of the city upon the grounds of "1 e ate nappy LU bay iiiui we HACE1SED PER JltfGELLVJl V ,
uu; 'J&A&*** *wv -wxs *mf ihs v v
acter of 'i iH. country, in mans places, allurements to 1'- adventurers being PREMATURE : but if those do not apprehend any thing of

that it rtab impossible to keep on emigrant class of lame logicians are not aware of the the kind iu the northern coun- AND FOR SALE FOR.cA&FJc .

ground win-re the road particularly to a sacred ties which bind consciences
ought :o rut u. our tries-at least in this districtfor
A thi<.K impenetrable: growth oi'sau citizens ,where capital being to the welfare of the people of V

palmetto. bay, scrub, and briar tonage, and where ploughing is Tallahassee, I trust we are, and various local reasons. At I
bushes, matted together,often forced the same time would be wellif n.@ bbls. Fork
confined to the deep, may con- know how to appreciate them, and, mess ,
my party to seek a passage through little gold were in circulation 10 leaf Lard
vert Cape Elurida and the coast hope, our diligence and perseverance a more kegs f
ponds atd savannans, and abandon and few less notes 15 bbls. brown
Sugar
for will prove our fidelity in the fulfil- a ,
the into Southern sea-
for the higher grounds, ihus obstructed, a nursery of ment of our duties, and convince in these parts ; the bright face 10 bags buck Shot,
lower
J Janus therefore
where the The object
waters -' men. ,
5 bbls. Molasses
only had been able to check the. commuication to the them of their errors, uby doing good of a sovereign is more ,velcometo ,
Salt.
opening a for evil." 10 bags ground Liverpool
luxuriant than the V
growth of these Southern' our eyes; dingy as-
Southern extremity of Florida H. iiund.JebruaiyJ7 ;
latitudes.fri.m Tis true we had neither offeredfor of bit of 4
pect a shabby
whether the inland solicited these distinctionswe paper. V tf
the detail now furnished, by passage nor --- But be that as itmay ; we shall _e. V ..__
'You will be able to form your own. noticed in this* communication left them to the peoples choicewe --
WORK.
hear of Bank failure : BLACK SMITH
opinion, as to the cost, practicability or by the toad which has been have been moddeled into acqui- more ;

ty, advantage, of a road from St. surveyed, will, it is hoped, be escence by the will of our friends, !though we repeat, that we have subscriber gives notice to
Augustine but let it be endeavour to not reason to think of in THE
to Cape Florida, agrea- steadily held in view, as connected now our any Citizens of Tallahassee,
l7to the examination which has internal shape ourselves to the welfare of this county, or the immediate also the public In general, that he
teen with these
made under of great I be neither -I
: an act Congress. all--our compensation vicinage. has a Smiths Shop on the main

Whatever differences of opinion national works, now attracting fee nor reward, but the ex-. 13 oi1O .I'Irk4"k4. street north of the public Squat
flay be entertained on the subject of general attention, and which change>of these feelings:: which are .L Q.L J.i:2: &I \" A.- Those who will favor him;' with
the Accounts dated Nov. 20
whole extent, none, I hope, will have become identified with the better felt than expressed, and more received their custom, their work shall be

eXist? as to the great necessity of most improved policy of the re precious than lucre can give them from Madrid, state, that done faithful, at as low pricts a&. the

opening, immediately highway, weight. the Spanish Clergy have offer- times and place will afford.
south
as far as New Smyrna. The public. ed the free of John Green
25-
King gift
a
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Keeping single eye to .impartiality -
rOUte of the King's road be I remain, with great respect,
may se- ifALMANACS
interest bear for the serviceof February 10
lected servant no private can UOO,000.ofreals: V
which will require little more Your obedi nt ,
eXpense thiu for the repairs of the sway nor pilfer from us that character the state. The Duke del, :

aid causeways and brides over the JAMES GADSDEN.Gen. which is the true criterion of infantado, has offered on his ;; ::1

mailer branches and creeks. To extend honest men; for here we know no part four millions of reals. .

however, as much, as THOMAS S. JESUP, man's interest in preference to ano- 4. forQ.
ll" >> practica. These sums have been paid into For the year.,486, ,
of the ;
the benefits of this communica- thers, but as a component part '
tioD, WhQ whole and in this situation tho treasury, and it is hoped attkisMGe1. .- .
PCQ a1, sage for erai- Washington City. j placed I ....'" j ,
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A VALUABLE: NATIONAL
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WORKFrom of the previous 'volumes to be had, Proposals for publishing, in"Nash- in our own 4s foreign .coun )

the fhlliad. Aa/ Gar. as the expense will deter the editor ripe, Tennessee aweakly'paper, tries. The proceedings of congress&of I ItF1mS
from them. the states legislatures will be noticed : P1 '
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NATIONAL
every reprinting to be entitled the BANNER
The called the APPALACHICOLJL BAT 1
weekly journal,
[Bait. Pan iot. and Literary, Political and & such as are material and of 1
American farmer published at Baltimore
$i To give a better view of the scope Commerical Gazette. general interest minutely recorded.It subscriber respectfully(
f is doubtless of the
I :: one most THE
useful }works of the kind with which and tenor of the American Farmer, The main object of the proposed is not intended to engage in any his friends and the Q

has been enriched. It the following sketch is subjoined ; bl .I publication will be the developmentof I of the little political controversies of. zeus of the country }generally, the
any country ing the table of contents of the firstseven the resources, physical and men. the times, nor to make this paperhe has commodious Store liouseu
;has done incalcuiable service to the
United States by promoting the first numbers of the seventh volumenow tal, of this young but thriving andimportant vehicle of personal or party feel- this place, for the reception of ..

: branch of domestic industry in course of publication. The i section of our common ing. It will occasionally however' duce and merchandise. All bu 3'Ip,

to the advancement of,which agriculture subjects treated of are illustrated by country. Connected with this object be devoted- to the support of what are. entrusted to him will be thankr t

in all material details, it is specially excellent engravings when necessry. as its means and its results, deomfd important cardinal politicalpiinciples. received, and the strictest aLtebti
.: dedicated There ii no depai tment CONTENTS OF No. .-On' the culture !- will be, the diffusion of intelligenceof It will sometimes discuss paid to the dispatch of all ord

; of husbandry on whicn it has nol furnished and preparation of Cotton for every description calculated to in- questions of political economy.It which he may be favoured w thp
abundant information sckn market, with engravings! of Machinery trrcst and benefit the community will inculcate respect for our federal duce consigned to him can be sped .

used-Oa the value and economy the vindication of our just imputation and state constitutions, and a direct to New Orleans or !
tific and so that the a
practical,
seven
which of the Ox over the .HH'se for Agricultural 'the support of our rights, and the strict undeviating compliance with southern port.
of
volumes it is
.quarto the best nowcomposed labour. Great match bet worn promotion of our interest, not only .I their }provisions. It will discountenance I WILLIAM WEVES Jr.
t are repositoryextant Improved Short Horn and Hereford as Americans but as citizens of the all undue interference betweenthe February 10
for the American cultivator.The I 3t I
and Cattle, which produced much excitement west. The paper will! be, as its name several departments of the gov I
most intelligent distinguished .
lately in Eng-Lud-On. ) & tutl' national. It will ernments, und all unnecessary and
" of this class throughout the Uion ndgacity and usefalnrrs of the Slll'pherd's have no narrow views, will be devo- dangerous collisions between the .
have contributed to i; instructive
s pages Col.! J II. FOWL! .On and the nation.
Dogby ted lo no j p.'I.ty, will encourage no states respectively
& very interesting facts and the culture of the Grape and !Manufacture prejudl: tS. It will be designed at It will d iscou 1 age sectional jealousies : THE subscriber having taken t
which render it .
speculations, a permanent of \\ ine, as now practised once for the gratification i f and improvement and local prejudices. But whileit of G. DAY,

work of reference and a surer in France, by-Co!'bet-Prom-dings i of { of the scholar, the lover strives thus to cultivate a national and Co. will hereafter sell goods f

,r of entertainment, even to 'mereiv Horticultural socict) of London, and science, professional man, the spirit( it will boldly maintain the 'ash, and decline running accoun(

inquirers. Its progress with in'a few their election: 'or the Editor of the fanner, the merchant, the mechanic, (rights and zealously) suPPWt the interests of which customers are requested I

years, is not a little remakable, for as American Farmer as a im'inbrr of the friend 10 religion, the free mason, of the western country. It will take notice, aud those indebted t tI

Ave have been told, it was undertaken : their body-On the prac.irabuity of philaiu.irupvst, the statesman, endeavor to point out tape: claims of I make payment the earliest opportjnity.
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and: issued by the editor, Mr J. S. obtaining o..d. Waur to flow on the the pipit( Ian, the newsmonger, an the w est by developing the real char- .-The usual assortment i is to I

Skinner, postmaster at Baltimore surface by boring, in almost any ll-1 the light leader. Every effort will acter of this younger portion of the had on the lowest terms in this cit

: without a single subscriber or corres I uation; Sporting other AnetUo .\...s.No. be made to furnish some thing, at confederacy ; and! without undervaluing Abraham Hussel jun.N. .
The obvious[ of its I ,
pondent. > utility_ :2.-On the burning and lull once nourishing; aid: palatable: lot the rights or merits or the citizens B. All sort of produce will b
design, the number and value of the directions bur the use of :)one Linu these vari* us states* of other sections of the countryit taken in exchange for
goods.
correspondents, it soon a cfuircd, and as manure, with an engraving ol his A lit ral portion of its columns will assert the equal rights and February 10, tf

the indefatigable zeal and judicious .I, lime kilii, b>' Joiin "P'-\t"'r OI., Laq. of will! he oct Upltl by original al tides merits of the brave, hardy, and intelligent -

management of the editor brought 11 Baltimore C'Iuul-A full at.cvunof on 1 literature anscience, and the I i sons of the west. The immense JUST RECEIVED,
in so short a time into its present Ear! unison s 1 his
i..aiiiigmtnt oi iiuiisbci tale.'its, and acquirements: : importance turupike roads
high arid wide rt)use and authority. celebrdUci: IHtmiulla.1al'Jl\: m the Stuu- gentlemen who are pledged to con- I canals, and other branches, of inter- I AND for sale low for cash, on

Since its establishment: many: associations of New York-Ua lie diseases ol various I tributi, are a-sufficient guaranty I for nal improvement, will be illustrated Jcase and rive baits: Domestics

have been formed in the FIUU i legs and holv cuic the respectability alit value of these : and enforced, and every effort will H. Bond.

Southern states, for the improvement* meal, by James V\' t.rth, ol Pel\lIs)1-lvaniu al'tic h s. 'i he, most interesting new he made to induce the people of Tennessee Corner of Capitol Square ant

of the implements 1 processes, c3 general -On the construction ol Kali works, iixm iime to time ma} issue : to give them at least a fair experiment. Monroe street.FebruaJ'Y .
condition) of agriculture. The sujjrct Roads Extracts hunt Jic Nute Boob from 10.
UK I press both in this countr} f
has become a fashionable topic of a desultory reavur. a .'1 Europe, tiv 11 be loliced and; criticised. A miscellaneous department will J. & l\-UA: lL .N -
of and discussion in ,
investigation the II .No. J.; -A reotnt English prizo The Situation and 1 progress I be devoted to the entertainment ort

cities as hell as in rural circles, and : Essay on the Horseuli an "cltrgunicngra.ii 1 ol our own literal y institutions will t those who are fond of occasional

: youg gej.tlemcn of fortune have been !' !g, sijo\mg D} its l proptrterm l :,e strictly attended ;o, and fuqueul relaxation fl um more severe employment ST. J..l.tJRKS",

stimulated: to abandon the idle pleasures even pall. oi the iinimui/;(ihis) !1'y {pointed outThe dittusion of by the perusal of tales, anecdotes Have just received from N OrI!.
Sc '
of town life in order
village
to paper a lone is \\orth to ever: ) artier learning, by common schools, academics -. &c.Such ans, by the Schr. An.eiia, and offt-
win the respectibiliiy, uot to say dis- thr SUb II'lptlun for u year)- and coheges, established andpaiionistd is a brief outline of the object for sale low for cash the fullowi

tinction, now attendant on a successful iixtracts on various subjects: from among ourselves, will tic intended to be accomplished by articles lZ,

and enlightened culture of the soi1.We Agricultural addresses \ aluubic suggestions esptciaiiy regarded and most zealously the publication here proposed. It is FOUR SUGAR BOILERS

as well as many others whose on the improvement of \\ out& emouruged- Scientilic researches meant to combine the advantagesof 2 Bales 3 pt. blankets

pursuits are most remote from those, -Hogs, extra rdiiury weight 01 : into the geology and natu a magazine and a newspaper. 2 do 3 1-2 'do do

of the plough and dairy, have been some and tluir ktep-Numerous valuable I lal his.'ory oi J lie vvt stern country For the successful accomplishmentof 1 do 4 do do

pleased and edified when we have seer. receipts bpurung and other will claim particular attention, while this design, the publisher will rely 1 du 4 1-2 do do

our countrymen of the description Anecdotes.No its loppgiaphy J and statistics will be upon the promised aid and united 1 do 5 do

jnst,mentioned, contending eagerly 4.-On the culture and qualitiesof occasionally notict"d. Every thing efforts of seveial gentlemen of distinguished 6 ps. i'lagg silk hhkfs.

for the prize for, the best butter or various Grasses-On tin. cuuipara- likewise: connected with its first settlement : talents and acquirements, 2 ps O naburg
the finest cattle i and old farmers
.ive value and economy of the Hurse rapid growth, aid present as well as upon the editorial skill 10 doz 1-2 pt german tumblers
scndiug to market from three to tour Improved Short. Horn Cattle-Th* condition will he c .1l'duH}' sought experience: and attainments of the 10 do do du plain flint do

thousand pounds of butter annually Cherokee Rose-On the qualities[ of alter and lull)' detailed -'; ; individual to whom its general superintendence 6 liquor cases superior qualii

who, before the appearance of the agriculture Stucco, as used for protecting: and I UeponsttiH th fi k.f ttished i of the and principal manage 4 bbls. sugar ]

journals would have been almost beautifying the exterior oi Houses : ;pr.iCLi'C'ings: of our tu> cst-courts of ment will be confided. 10 sacks coffee

ashamed to have it said that the On the construction of Rail \VYsu I law, and{ ol ii ii >i tant cgal decisions It is surely time that some exertions 6 cases claret wine

.article was one of any considerationin being a premium Essay from Scotland and coumiuu;' cationi 'on medical were made by the intelligent 2 doz COmstock's cider

the scheme of their operations. with all the engravings.No. subjects, with accou I.\s of extraordinary 'and public-spirited citizens of Tennessee 7 1-2 dOz porter

Owing to the variety and excel- 5.A valuable Essay on :. cr.srs: and th ir. modes of to vindicate the literary character 9 casks nails from 4 to lod

lences of the contents of Mr. Skinl1crs's Sheep, the origin, management, and treutment, wih be gi\en of the state, and to demonstratethe 2 kegs powder

i 1 puolication, it has atracted qualities of the -Spanish Aieiino The man of business will ,find, un- extent of her mental, moral, and 10 bbls. whiskey

much notice and esteem i in other parts FlocKs by Anthon} Morris, Esq. fiorr* der out Banner, rnuv-h that may beusc'l'u ph} sical resorces- Nothingis wanting i4 bags of shOt, assorted

of our hemisphere and in Europe. It notes made in Spain On cuiing and interesting to him. No but a concentration of effort.It 36 pis sad irons
has been demanded from G. Britian, Tobacco Indian the is hoped therefore, that the importance oO
sacks
--- cut n, Curious and pains will be spared to procure salt
Spain, France. Cuba. Jamaica, &c. valuable expt.iiments in the cultureof earliest, must minute and accurate of the object will furnish a 5 bbls. peach brandy

and some celebrated periJdicalvorks by Mr. eabrook, of S. Carolina intelligence of the state of the markets sufficient stimulus, and that Tennessee 4 In. corXrs assorted

of a similar character, have been sent I Proceedings of the l\imsylvana Ag- both foreign; and domestic. A will no longer be content with 5 flesh mackerelSt. 1

in exchange for it from England and rirultural 1 Society Orchard Grass, correspondence will be opened anti the humble: obscurity to which it Marks Oct 2Q 1825.
France. It is printed iu a very handsome hitherto been destined. Sucha
; a valuable! practical essay on its cnl I'qularly.maiutaincd with New-Or nas
and commodious mauner, as wt- lurr, qualities, arid value Gtin\ leans anti' the principal eastern cities, publication as is now intended, is 4S
can testify, having before us all the cupric of Vines -The Holly used in specially for the purpose of procur an important desideratum arid if conducted WM. ALLISON'ATTORNEY '.l icllEJ1,

numbers of the present, the seventh I h 'dgilgOn the cultivation of the' InJintelligence and furnishing) in detail, such i with zeal, may no doubt furnish & COUNSELLOR LAW,
volume, for which I paper( and i\pc uf facilities for increase AT
I U Mite Mulberry and the Silkt'v UI'TJ as may he important to the as
a superior quality air u cd.'t.! On various canals Interesting the merchant and the fanner. The well as the display of our literary at-
have observe! a statement in tin tainmentsThe is there- V ILL practice his
miscellaneous items Sporting An prices of our staple productions and proposal ? prcfess'
newspapers, that the editor 1ap>' cc ote.s. of the principal articles of impoila- fore respectfully offered to the pub- in the Superior and Inferior Courts

for sale, one hundred complete sets Nt. 6.-.A very able and interesting tion, the extent of the demand, the lic, with the utmost confidence of of Leon county, and the SuperioJ

of six volumes, which are likely lo be Report one the Union Agricultural rates of exchange, &c. will be given adequate encouragement and sup- Courts of Jackson and Gao dcn
o'in;
disposed :he course of a twelve Society, on the culture: of the O hand with as much promptitude and accuracy port. Also, the Court of Appeals held i ia

month. but net to be reprinted.We the Vine in the Southivn! htatesProcedings as possible. A portion of Terms-The National Banner Tallahassee. His office is in Tallahassee

may presume that such a journal of the Agricultural Society -, he i paper will be umfcnnily devotedto will be printed on a large suprrroyal on the Public Square,

has a multitude of 1 patrons, not of Albcmarle .-On Docking horses the subject agriculture' and the sheet, with a neat type, entirely new, few dcors East of Wm. "VVyatts,

only in the class practical farmers, -On preventing Dugs; fl'om killing mechanic and maufac'urer will be and [procured expressly for the pur- either of which places, he can at !

hut of land owners, whose interests Sheep-On the Poiato-On the cu1- furnished with accounts, as full as pose. It will be published weekly, times be consulted.

it is alike adapted to promote.' tureof the Vine and the Manufacture can be obtained, of the most valuable by John S. Simpson, at three dollars February 17 1826. tf

Whatever may be its situation, we of YVim'-On the structure and powerof impiovements that may from i a year, payable in advance, or four ,

shall add the expression of our sincere Locomotive Strain Engines, withan time to time .bt' made in the productions : dollars at the end of the year.-Advertisements James F. Tvotte, } Attachment ifvs.

wishes for the greater prosperity of engraving of one with waggons of the arts and in the various : will be inserted on the v Leon Superio:

what has increased, and mnst continue attached-A valuable communication species of machinery. : usual terms. Wright & Triplet. ) Court.

to increase, the dignity and ftroiitableness on the Cotton trade of England.No. T.ie grrat efforts hat are making .,- ...j concerned are her
persons
of occupations which we 7.-An esay on the practice of for the diffusion of moral and religious CABINET MAKING. ALL desired to take notice, thaI

honour : and to ,which the nation ploughing from and to I)hilts and its I truth and the extension of the have this day levied an Attach*

cannot attach too,much consequence. injurions effects. The expanding blessings of civilization, will be careFully .9.1 D TURA'IWGTHE ment in the above stated case, on

force of fermentation.The watched and their results madeknown. one lot of corn supposed to be froiH

marked fertility arising from Without entering into the Subscribers respectfully in- 150 to 200 bushels, also, on three
(fc::>-The price of subscription to the
ploughing in BuckWheat, 01 turning dissentions of sectarian controversyor
I their friends and the pub stacks of blade fodder, and all the
,Americon Farmer is S5 per anum in up a Clover from ,a Wheat crop. aHem ptiBg to furnish the detailsof tools \\ alnut
{ lie generally, that they have openeda farming at Hill, ais
advance. .Each volnme has ,a title- The depth( gf ploughing should be in missionary enterprises, a faithful
Cabinet Shop, at the corner of on one plough at Gen. Call's
page and an index, and 52 weekly propotion to the animal and vegetablematter record will be given of the most important Monroe 'Street and Washington All of the above named property
numbers make the volume. The topic contained in the the
soil-Banking intelligence respecting Square, where the business is carriedon pointed out by, the plaintiff as tbt
? are first and chiefly Agriculture with the
spade, together with a of our holy religion in every -
progress extensively, and furniture.made property of the defendants, levied 08
Internal Improvement, and Domestic tht, ;g or two on the -subject of Wood of the world.A .
part agreeably to best tyle and most the 28th day of November 1825. .
Economy. It treats moreover of ensoled Shoes Reclaimed devoted
Marshes etc coiner will be occasionally modern fashions. Wm.: CAMERON Sheri',
Natural History, of 9nr Internal Resources byG.V.. P. Custis-On the improve to an account of masonic ,
of Leon
Having a large supply superior County, February 10. I
o ,_ rid of Rural Sports ; and nient of Sheep and other domestic proceedings, so far as they may be and other appropriate ....,'9"""
about one page of earh nnmber is animals-Remedy for Hoven Sheep deemed interesting to the craft and mahogany with
timber on hand together readymade 1iJ@ llcrJrmQ
dedicated to the LADIES, un er,thehead and CattleOo the management of worthy of publication ; and a regular furniture will hence be :
they
,
of"THE LADIES' DEPART Milk Cows and rearing C.a.lves.1"ht" register will be furnished of tjie ableand to attend The subscribers having entered i in
ready
JMENT," in which art inserted articles Cherokee, or Nondescript Rose, in officers from time to time elected in always all orders forwarded them.punc- partnership under the firm of Turbu'

on the 'culture of Flowers, and -i\laryland-\n account *of the, overflowing the several l grand) lodges and grand tually to -ALSO- and Jos., R. Betton on 2d Jan. inst. *

Fruits, and Vegetables: on Cooker, \Vell in the garden of the chapters throughout the United TurbotiRlBettcJ
of be
Turning description will
.ami -with a great number of useful Horticultural! Society at Chiswick, States. every Jos. R. BfttoBj
done with despatch and in the best
Kecipes, and,the exact prices of the with description of the manner of executing Nor will political topics and the Rob't P. Boyce b Co. We have lately received_ a-geneffj:

principal articles. which Farmers and the work Fisheries. news of the day be overlooked. A manner.Tallahassee, Nov. 12, 1825. tf I assortment of Dry good Grocer!**
Planters have: to'buy-and.ta sell, are Persons wishing to subscribe may summary -wiU-be given in a condensed etc.which we will sell on good term i

givell-inevery number. Any person inclose a g5 note; directed to the form indeed,.but as much in detail ..-" 'i1

wishing subscribe, has only to Editor,, and at his risk, by the mall; I, as the-lrmits of such a publication mlli : Turbott & J os.R. BettoPj
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enclose $5 by mail, to Mr.tf.SiSkin-* or pay'if to" a neighbouring Postmaster. will pcririt,.& as much so pro- 9. Tallahassee Jan, 17th i$26. .

qer\ Baltiraotc, at his risk. In a few -. baly as to the mass of readers may Neatly executed at this Office. II I I St.,)







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