Florida intelligencer
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 Material Information
Title: Florida intelligencer
Physical Description: v. : ; 48 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ambrose Crane
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 11, 1826
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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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 - 002060557
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Succeeded by: Florida advocate (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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PUBLISHED VERY: FRIDAY BY would have a native notwithstanding -' AN ACTS tion. to.the,.f M'rior'Court.forthe. EasteruDlstrlct_ ,.

AMBROSE CRANE they wear no stays, while sitting 'in: St. Augustine, in all cases arising in
have waist between their Appointing Commissioners to report oft the expediency of open. said County of Alafchua: md authorises the issuing of
Authorised to print the Laws of the shoulders sit with ing- a canal from the Gi lf.. of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. writs and, process' to rim'.i in said County, and the c\e-
their and :
SIATLS and of the Territory .
UsrTEn ;- cution of the same by.fhe.Executive: Officer of said
of Florida. feet upon a sofa which goes all Be it enacted by the.Governor and Legislative Councilof Court in St. Augustine, e.and the same is hereby ra-

Price Five Dollars per annum pay- round the room this last custom the Territory of JjYorida, That.,James Gadsden, pealed.Sec. .

able in advance. is general, and, to my William II. SimmonSiand Edward R. Gibson, or a 6. Be if further enacted, That the Superior
Advertisements inserted on the laziness. is most luxurious. 1 majority of them, be 1 'c:>mmj?. sione s .to examine into Courts for the Counties of Escambia, Jackson and St.

customary terms. need not- fear being told here, the expediency ofopenng.a canal from the waters of Johns, shall each hojd, their said terms, and every of -
the Gulf of Mexico those of the Atlantic the
ITL. tc by for'and'du'ing if the
i them two weeks at each term
;'= as i used to be when a l ,
boy ; most advisable route tl the Peninsula of-}i'lol'i-
business shall 'solong and that other
require, no longer,
the London Magazine Hit do how
TVERA rom : can be
up, you so
da and that they to the next Legislative oun-
> repo <-v; terms in each ami'every' of the Counties in this Territoryywhere -
OF CONSTANTINOPLE.The idlevhom else do you see cil, on the cpnsequenci ss practicability and probablecost i i bj .lay any term or terms of said ..Sjiperitir -
sprawling in that way. of the operation ;/the extent of assistance that : Courtor'ejtherof held .
few hear : are rerpnrcd-to- ,
English are abolish I I have to-day been round i may be derived from the General Government in aid of the said terms shall continue for the term of one week

they are ,vise, and they the ,walls of Constantinople the undertaking, and the terms on which private en- each, if the business therein so long require, and no
those forms which clog and indeed the old Roman walls ; U is a terprise and capital may be enlisted in its execution.Sec. I longer. '

prevent, social intercourse. : scene of departed 'glory on,eve- 2. Be it further enacted That any monies advanced Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That the eighth sec-

1 am domicilated with Mr. C. i side. On the left are the l "ad interim" by individuals, and which shall tion of the above recited act be, and the same is hereby \
from whom I have experienced ry tall he received and disbursed by said Commissioners in repealed.
the greatest kindness: he is an crumbling amidst making the necessary examinations and surveys, shall Passed December 9th 1825.A. .
and trees : on the right, the whole be considered a component part of a general stock of BELLAMY. .
; man, -
intelligent most young learned of theEnglish way round, are Turkish tombs! a canal company, if it shall hereafter by the Legislative President of the Legislative Council.
the I for miles Council be deemed to. charter the .
hero, heing master of canopied by cypresses SAML. FRY, Clerk, ;
: ,: and under the footsteps cl I same. [Approved December 9th 1825. J V .
the Oriental J language; *, whichare the traveller, before and behindare Sec. 3. Jlnd be it further enacted, That said commissioners i I WM.: P. DUVAL, '
not generally studied amon:, shall not be entitled to any compensation
the skeletons-dont be a- governor, of the Territory of Florida.
the Frank residents. 1 have for their services. :

dint'd at the English Palace ia1'lucd-not of human beings.! Passed December 7th 1825.A. .
iut of dogs and horses. with
with 31!'. Turner the Charged-
their fellow dogs feeding on the President of the Legislative Council AN ACT i I
affairs who has an exceeding
: la&t bit (-f flesh which may remain SA IL. FRY, Clerk.
]ly pretty wife, and a fine garden ; but these dogs do not [fflpprcved December 8th 1825.] To pro vide for the establishment of a County Seat in the County
-two very comfortable WM. P. DUVAL I of Jack un.
hill thcr fellow dogs, they outy ,
I dine there again today -
things. Governor of the Territory of Florida.
turn to account what else would Whereas, considerable expense has been incurredby
nith a of lingH>l?
party *>e wasted, \viiich is waste. the inhabitants of Jackson County, in laying elf aril
traveling. Now then fur
Constantinople I was at the house of an En establishing a County Seat, in pursuance of a location

I ad y Mary Mon gush merchant the other evening AN ACTFor made by the Commissioners: appointed for {list purpose -
ta''!ue *.\> -:> it look! like a toy aiid whereas, much inconvenience and great obstruction -
\\ ho married a Greek lad-
slt: ;|;., v. ii il : ,hlt t tilt s ranged one to the due administration Justice, has a-
and while the the relief of William F. Murrhce.
above iiiettiiT lit pr-Uy: order gentleman were risen to the citizens of said County, by the subsequent 1

and I so "u !ins, .at ilvsr.; to EUgiisrh t lying: on the sola smoking, tin Whereas it i is represented to this present Legislative and different location of a seat justice for the coun '

1 I brick aid! niorlar opticsbut servant enters with preserves. Council, That Sarah Murrhee has violated her conjugal ty, by the same coma issioners, therefore
th.e..'e becomes accustomed acid water, and I coU't'c-up rises fidelity to her husband, William F. Murrhee, Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Councilof
.. he. of tike and the Territory of Florida, That the County Court, of
of and lady: house cartries who is a resident: of Nassau County in this Territory,
to UKsty.e building, round to the gentlemen the in a most public and shameful manner : And whereas, Jackson County, be, and is hereby authorized at.its.
then it certainly is incompara- first session after the of this act, to order an i
preserves of which vre, the gel) the said William F. Murrhee has, with a number of passage
ly beautiful. I went yesterday tlemen aforesaid condescend to 'he inhabitants Nassau County, Florida, petitionedto election in said county for commissioners to select a

to see the (> rind Sci c-J nor) go; to her sister be divorced from his aforesaid wife : Therefore, seat justice for said county, and that the place

H03je b< water, which is a 1 taste ww'4 w\ ;*.., r>then-l L'f comes ir.,1.>ft* 41....... for the relief of the said William F. Murrhee. chosen _by the said.. commissioners'" shall be the perma-, "
si.hi!; liiost decant : his boat i" \t ILII U bl asso "nt-G.l LU\Jll an Be it enacted by- the Governor and Legislative- Council neni seat.L of justice o* said county PrOVItd, t hat

r :rhaps as splendid, and a: other Uulj: with coflee ; thppenllcHlt'n -ff the Territory of Florida, That the marriage of Wil- twenty days' notice of said election shall be given, l.y

the same time as iiirht and tasteful ; all this while :smo- Ham F. Murrhee aforesaid, with his wife Sarah Murr county.

king n.ost contentedly, without hee, be, and the same is, hereby dissolved ; and the
could -be made
a thing as ; any of those impertinent, "al- said Williiim! F. Murrhee is hereby released from all Sec. 8. Jlnd be it further enacted, That any for-

the! jewels in it are dazzling ; her low me madam ; I cannot see civil or moral obligation, to contribute any money or mer selections of a County scat, and all other acts of i
:.:-elfisa good looking man the said County Court Commissioners by them
rise &c. in tiling: to the support l or maintenance of the said Sarah, appointed
about forty ; his: countenance i is you ," so common during: their natural lives, or the Iaturallie of either which are inconsistent with the provisions of
free from the ferocity generally Knghuicl.s This you will call of them. this act, be and the same are hereby repealed.

expressed by Turkish countenances !haruarous-hut perhaps it is as Passed December 8th Passed December 7th 1825.
it should be. The cleanlinessof 1825.A.. BELLAMY A. BELL)!)".
and which 1 have obserYed ,
to remain in the Turks is admirable it President of the Legislative Council. President of the Legislative Council. t
even sleep :
the few appears their gl'catest'il'tuc.. SA !L. FRY, Clerk. SAML, FRY, Clerk.
that are free from this i
The commonest turkish tlr Hlcs- [Approved December 9th 1825.] *. [Approved Ilecemler 8th 1825.]
seen to have been touched and WM. P. DUV 4 L.
is WM. I'. DUVAL, t #
}humanized with SOl'roY.rrhe man always delicatelynice Governor of the Territory of Florida. Governor of the Territory of Florida.AN .
smiles inure so than the Englishgentlemen. ) ,
&uuqueuched unquenchable -
I The ignorance: ol "
gsity, are monopolized by
the Turks is and
the astonishing
reeks, though I daily see 1
Insults oliered to tIll'lll'hil'h they are pro ud of it. AN ACTTo ACTTo

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\ my blood boil. It is even provide for holding terms of the Superior Court fur the Counties incorporate the City of Tallahassee.lie .
Sailing io the pi "Me: of an Eng STORAGE COMMISSION -of Aluchtia and Gudsden:; and for other purposes.
lishrl)aft to walk through the it enacted by the Governor am1- Legislative Councilof
streets where; he is looked .m1Y il rm 5) Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Councilof the Territory of Florida, That all the free white '

uponassiineliihig the Territory of Florida, That the Judge for the Superior male inhabitants over the age of twenty-one years,
inferior to men, APPALACIIICOLA BAY, Court for the Eastern District, shall hold a comprehended within the south east quarter section

whom !h!. in his turn(and perhaps subscriber respectfully court on the second Mondays of April and Decemberin thirty-six, township one, range one, north of the basis

as wiselyj Imik; down upon[ as 'THE his friend and the in-i... every year, in the County of Alachua, and until the parallel and west of the Meridian, in the count}' of

brnte.-i. < ,;ti this side of he ri- .'rn: of the country generally that : County seat of said County'shall have been permanently Leon and District of Middle Florida ; and two hundred -

ver. where i'lone 0 : l'ta and le has cowniodiuus Store Houses at> I established, said terms shall be holden at the feet outside of the said boundary line, and tlu-ir
Franks r I this place:, to1' the reception of produce house of Edward Dixon. i successors, be and remain, for the term of five years'
to reside. and jiierchandisc. All busiiusbritnisud Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Judge of from the first day of January, one thousand eight hun- .

Inlay return a; curve: bestowed 1 to him will be Uiankfuly! the Superior Court for the Middle District shall hold deed and twenty-six, a body corporate by the name

upon me by a Turkish purfer. received, and the strictest aitentioh a Court on the third Mondays of April and October in and style of the City of Tallahassee ; and by.their cor-

hut I must pocket a blow, in paid to the dispatch of all orders every year, in the County of Gadsden, at the County porate name may sue and be sued, implead,and be im-

Constantinople I must not re- which he may be favoured with, produce scat of said County.Sec. pleaded, and do all other acts as natural persons, and

turn a curse, unless 1 desiiv to consigned to trim can be shipped 3. Be it further enacted, That the Judge; of may purchase and hold real, personal and mixed property ;
feign direct to New Orleans or any the Superior Court for the Western District of Florida or dispose of the same for the benefit of the
own llite
my ralrie/ deathwarrnnt .
southern pOI'l.IVILLI.1.7JI shall hold a court on the first Mondays in March said city.
: yet, In Litle: NEVES Jr.
a proud and September in each year, in the County of Jack. Sec. 2. Beit further enacted, That the government of
civility, 1 1 have already acquired 1 'February' 10 3i son, at the house of Mrs. Hull, until the public scite the said city shall be vested in a City Council composed -
a iurkish bowing James. Trotte, ) Attachment and suitable of intendant and five councilman each of
,. acquaiiiTl -, shall be agreed_ on., ,. buildings. 1 prepared. ,; an ,
Leon SuperiorWright "
once. is. Provided, that this section shall not take etlect until whom shall have the qualification of having residedsix

.* & Triplet. ) Court. the first of April next, and that such parts of law, as months within the limits aforesaid' in. order to -fill,

\Ir. C. has married a Mainote' ,A LL persons concerned are hereOL are inconsistent :with this section, be and the same are either of the said offices.
Greek I by desired to taU notice, that hereby repealed.Sec. Sec. 3. Be further enacted, That the Intendant
she is as beautiful Attach-
as an
; I have this day levied an 4. Be it further enacted, That the Judge for shall have and exercise all the duties and may receivethe
angel-but a dark one. I am ment in the above stated case on the Eastern District shall, and he is hereby authorisedto fees of a justice of the peace.

toot surprised at Englishmen one lot of corn supposed to be three from appoint in said county of Alachua a clerk for said Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the said City
150 to 200 bushels, also, on
marrying women .of the country stacks of blade fodder and all the court, and the Judge for the Middle District shall, Council shall have full power anti authority to prevent '

-an English beauty looks farming tools at W alnut Hill, also, and he is hereby authorised to appoint for said courtin and remove nuisances ; to license and regulate auc-

insipid here- ;" eavcn forfend on one plough at Gen. Call's. Gadsden County, a clerk : said clerks shall give tioneers and auctions, retailers of goods and liquors,

that should pay disrespect toEnglish All of the above named property bonds respectively in the sum of two thousand dollars, and taverns ; to restrain or prohibit all sorts of game ''

** beauty ; and, indeed pointed out by the plaintiff as the with security to be approved by the respective judges, ing ; to license and regulate theatrical and other' pub-

I do not mean it : no property of the. defendant, levied on I conditioned for the faithful performance of their dup lic amusements ; to establish and regulate markets;
Englishman -
the 28th day of November 1825. to direct the safekeeping of the standard weights
I believe, would marry a Wm.: CAMERON, Sheriff, ties.Sec.. 5. Be it further enacted, That so much of the and measures appointed bytCongress( ; provide and

Greek, were she alone among Leon County, February 10. seventh section of an act providing: for holding termsof regulate burial grounds out(bT the said limits for' the

his country women in England ; the Superior Court for the Counties therein men- use of the said City ; to sink wells J _and erect and repair -

but I feel assured if I wanted PRl TING, tioned, approved December the thirtieth, one thousand pump s"in the streets and public squares; ; to ,erect -

the article of a wife here, 1 Executed \vitb this neatness office.and despatch. at 'eight hundred and twenty-four, as gives jurisdic- and repair market houses and public scales on.& ,





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; : "" "''' 'C ny of the public squares,.except .the capitol,. squire- .such 1) pli .j't tJt:the;> Y i: o ".afti1\V> of em1a; .. ':deenf:.ro":!' ..i'f', .;..., '' ,: I:I.,it'f__, .. -", .' : .J _-\Ii .H..... and a i {r Church {is Jitii,1i ..
to establish,.and. : .regulate..'Patrols, ; _to ''regulate) ,*the per' ';- aiKJt be'b ned j and continue> open"'from- ;.."Attuclockln Fr list 'Ql ar, tfti.I!' i.f'c_ on; 'great loegihTof li l'j'ito Lbe ot1:

storing of gun powder,.to/tax;anil license'hawkers_ and. : : tie| morning'Until five.in the* evening,, when I ."$ams air article? :of., consider bl..rieJit\b' ..valuable. settlement on account\.\, .
J pedlars ; to restrain and. 'prohibit. .tippling ouses' and the 1 billots. shall;,be told, aid .the name of the;person 04 ;.?the .Australian.> .C Toni its/'.i it*,ti its coali Hits',>heU hme, and j
lotteries ; to provide-,for.the establishment of 'public having! tjie,greatest'; number of-votes'for,intebdaut.shall eluding! -.those'of,New. South .Wales" I fimber. th{iegj ccciar and+ rpie'wv. I

schools and superintendance of the,same ; and to" restrain ,, I be declared. and:the names of the persons' having the and Van Dieman's' Land. It furnishes But theAourishta_, g'. conditioo'df .
a, rest-deal of ,information towns is not the criterion by wlar-
and ,
punish vagabonds and disorderly persons I greatest number__, of.o.tes for councilmen, shall be-de '
respecting the settlements judge of the .
we are
at the
and the disorderly conduct of negroes and persons of ; clared ; ,and the names of the said:Intendant and coun- prosperity
two last mentioned places, and shows the "colony we< must look lo.i
colour. cilmen elect shall be recorded: and notice of their e- of the farms
very satisfactorily that .they are. adva state ; the progress( j
Sec.:, 5. Be it further enacted, That the said City lection given to each of them. "cing rapidly towards great importance agriculture and the rapid ihns $.i
Council alJ have" power to levy a tax for the PurPoses Sec. 17. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the among the great extended of'the flocks s- and herds beft'

recited_ in the preceding section of this act, in duty of the said city council, at least two weeks pre- foreign dominions of that na can duly appreciate the res outrp .
such manner and under such circumstances as the said viously to the.day appointed for election, to appointthe tion. '1 ire following extract will and the wealth of the colony-.1' '
council shall conceive least burthensome to the citizens inspectors of election by this act required, and to serve to show the justice of the foregoing wool alone is of ,infinite importance"
and to provide for the collection thereof: Provided notify them of such appointment, and the said inspectors remark, particularly as it being of a staple equal to any "an t tI t
:That no tax shall be imposed on real property shall give public notice, within three days thereafter regards Botany Bay.-N.Y. D.-Adv. I superior to most of the staple

\ at any higher rate than onevquarter of one 1 per cent, on by posting up at the market, and three different t b' \v hen Botany Bay was first established brought to market The cattle6ft'? i
the assessed value] of the same,. and shall have powerto places of the time and place of such election. as a penal settlement thirty -; the colonist Will produce them !
make and pass all such ordinances! a.d to impose Sec. 18. Be it further enacted, That if by reason of years ago we believe it never hides and tallow in abundance : besides .

such fines and penalties for i infringement thereof or the refusal!, absence, or other unavoidable casualty, entered into the contemplation of wheat barley, rye, and oats, '
non-compliance therewith, as shall lo the said City the Ir.tendant elect shall be prevented from performin those who recommended the measure they have the finest and never failing:'
Council seem necessary to give e/fect and operation lo the organizing duties by tw! act required, it shall that inch a population and such crops of maize, the vine flourish'
; the powers and regulations, .to the duties herein and in such case be the duty of the Intendant in office to state of loci:ty as; now e'xiits in the in the southern, and sugar, Coffee: ,

. hereby given and imposed, to and upon, the said corpo- cause a new election to be held by the same inspectors two colonies, could have been created and all topical fruits may' be raisedin
ration or City Council ; any law of this Territory to' ors, shall forthwith give at least one) weeks no- within the first hundred years. the northern settlements. ln.,'
the contrary notwithstanding : And provided, That tit e of the same, and hold another election for Inten- -Yet in a single gen ration, we short, every vegetable product, from ,
find the wilderness converted into the pine apple to the may'be
the said ordinances and rules shall be signed by the dant, conformably to this reguh: ion. polaioe "
the finest gardens, orchards and obtained in this single colony. '4
. Intendant and attested bythe Clerk, and that no ordinance Sec. { 9. Be further L enacted?, That William Ca. cornfields, and those lonely

shall be passed granting any salary, pay, or allowance meron, Allen \V. Cnieman: and William Wyatt be, where a few straggling, hall famish spot- ,

: to the said Intendant or Councilmen or to either and tht y are hereby appointed, inspectors, to super- c-d and naked savages might be seen the
, of them. intend the election for Intendant and councilmen for prowling about in search of sustenance BRAZIL.-By Navarre
Sec. G. Be it,further enacted, That the said City the said city, on the first Monday inJanuary next ; and to preserve a miserable existence from Rio Janeiro, w& learn that

Council shall have power to compel the attendance of they .or any two of them may do the duties of superintending are now coveredwith towns, war was declared by the Emperor :
its members, and judge of the election returns and required; and in the event-of the occurrence villages and detached farm houses. of Brazil. against the Uni-

qualifications of its own members, excepting the In- of-any of the casualties contemplated by this act, to The town of Sydney has 1200 house ted Provinces of Rio de la.

te.idant, and the yeas and nays on any question shall, at prevent the organization of the said city council, theyor and 7000 inhabitants ; and suchis plata on the 10th of Decemberlast.
the request of u.y- wo members be placed on record. any two of them are hereby authorized to hold a the demand for land and new We translation of
give a
Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That the said city council re-election for Intendant.Sec. buildings that the former in man)
shall have power to elect a treasurer, clerk and 20. And be 'it further enacted, That every places is stated to be worth 10 01 the Declaration of War, with)

such other officers as to the said city council may white male inhabitant of the age of twenty-one yearsor an Acre and that houses let for, from a letter to Mr. Sanderson, of
seem to effect the and O.t to 500l a year. Nothing can Philadelphia from the national
necessary give to powers regulations upwards, who shall have resided three months ,
to the duties by this- act given to, or imposed within the limits above described, and every white be more delightful than the commanding Gazette. Great preparations

upon! the said city council, and to determine the salaries & male person who shall have resided six months within situation of this capitalof noble were making whenthe; Navarre
Australian world. Its
of the said officers, and the same to dismiss at plea- the county of Leon, and one month in the city of Talla- harbour, with its hundred coves, sailed, to prosecute the war
sure, and a majority of three fifths of said councilmenmay hassee shall be entitled l
to vote for Intendant and capable of containing all the ship- with vigour ; fleets were filing
expel a member of the said Council for disorderly councilmen for the said corporation. :
in world its houses
ping ware out transports were sailing
behavi u:- or mal conduct in office. Passed December 5th 1825.A. of
and its and the number
Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, rl Hat it shall be the BELLAMY, ships whIch visit it, give to it the a general press, for the land and

duty of the said city council to cause to be kept regular : President of the Legislative Council. appearance and the !bustle of an English sea service ; and a strong force

records of their proceedings; and of their ordinances SA lL. FRY, Clerk. sea port. It has two churches; was blockading the port of

rules and regulations, and they shall promulgate [.'1 PI1Proved December 9th 1825.] two Web ley an chapels, and a Roman Buenos Ayres. {Several privateers -
their ordinances without unnecessary delay, by posting W>I. P. DUVAL, Catholic chapel an extelent market from Buenos Ayres had

the same at the common market place, on the capitol Governor of Territory of Florida. held three days in the week, ina made their appearance on th6,

or at the door of the council room, or in the nen.spapers large oblong square, with commodious coast of Brazil ; one of them
if any there be printed in said city, so that the puplic stores for the reception -
of unsold goods in the return was off Cape Krio, and had
same be exposed to the public view at least four
weeks. AN ACTmending' for which trifling dues are levied, made several captures.
amounting in the year 1817 to ISO/ Translated for the National Gazette.
Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the
duty of the said City Council, to.hold, their meetings \ the act regulating*the mode of suing out writs of error and in 182 to 59./ This marketis [From the *' llama de Rio de Janeiro of
and prosecuting appeaig in the Court of Appeals of the Territory well suplied with grain, vegetables December 17.
in public, and at such times as .to the said Council of Florida, .pprO\ed December; 13th, 1824. poultry, eggs, and fruitbut some Decree or Declaration of War.
may seem fit ; and the Intendant. shall be president of of them sold at higher rates than The Governor of the United
the board, and in the absence or disability of the In- Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislature Councilof might be expected. Provinces of Kio de la plata ha

tendant, a majority of the Council may, on any occasion the Territory fjf Florida, That no final Judgment, u A chartered bank is establishedat committed acts of '
appoint from among ,their number an Intendant, sentence or decree, rendered by any of the Superior Sydney, which has shared divi, ving hospitality -
o who shall have power, pro tempore, to do the duties of, courts of this Territory, shall'be appealed from, to the dens among the proprietors of 1 to against! this Empire ,,:itbi

,Intendant.Sec. court of appeals, unless the party wishing such appeal 15 percent. and thereis also saving out provication, or previous m

10. Be it further enacted, That four of the shall, by himself, herself or themselves, or by his, heror Bank, instituted by Governor Mac- formal declaration of war, rejecting \..
.number of said Intendant and councilmen may -form a their attorney, pray an appeal in open court, withinsix quarie. They have the Australian thus the forms established,'

quorum for the transaction of business. days after the rendition of such final judgment, Magazine the Australian newspaperand among civilized nations, it is

Sec. 11. Re It further enacted, That it shall be the sentence or decree, so sought to be appealed from. also the Sydney Gazette.Agricultural They- required by the dignity of the
duty of the said City Council to exact from the Trea- Sec. 2. Be further enacted, 'That at the time such nave a Philosophical
and Horticultural society. Brazilian People and the rank
surer,, at least four tinies in each calendar year, a appeal is prayed, it shall be the duty of the party pray and ,
Neither has the religious moral which to
statement of the receipts_and. of the expenditures of ing such appeal l.to offer for the approval of the court education of adults, nor of the children belongs us among powers -
monies.. and of the sums of money due to and from this good and sufficient sureties to enter with such appellant of the poor. been neglected.- that I, having heard mi

said corporation, and to certify the same to be correct, upon a recognizance; conditioned as is prescribed They! have various schools for both Council of State, should declareas .
if on examination: such statement is found to admit of by the second section of the act to which this is an sexes: supported from the public revenue I I now do,WAIL against the

such certificate.Sec. amendment, and the said court shall in their discre- of the colony ; besides Sun- said piovinces and their Government
12 Be it further enacted, That it shall be the tion give to such, appellant any time not exceeding lay Shools for the gratuitous instruction ; directing that by sea

duty of the said Intendant. to see that the ordinancesof sixty days, in which, with his, her or their sureties as of the poor, of which the and land, all possible hostilities
the said Council are duly executed ; and to call a aforesaid, to execute ,the said recognizance in the Wesle) ans alone have five, attended
be them
waged authori-j j
meeting of the councilmen when in his opinion the clerks office of the court, from which such appeal is by three or four hundred children. upon ;
.' public good m:,y'oJ'equire it ; and 1 he shall lay before prayed, whose duty it shall be to take all recogni They have private seminaries, for zing such armaments as m$:

the council from time to time, writing, such propositions zances under the foregoing provisions of this act. the more opulent classes two ol subjects may please to use against -.
as he may deem- advisable for the welfare of the which are kept by clergymen of the that nation ; declaring\

said corporation ; a id the said city council shall have Sec. 3. Be It further enacted, That nothing in the established several schools church in ;Sydney and there for the are that all captures of prizes __o.{

-power to adjourn from time to time. tenth section of the act to which this is an amendment, board and education of la- whatever nature shall accrue
Sec. 13. Be it further enacted, That the said Inten- shall he construed to extend to cases where any infant young entirely to the captors, without

dant shall within five days after his ,election, take feme covert, or person non compos mentis shall dies.On the bank of a fresh water any deductions in favor of the
oath or solemn affirmation, before any Judge or Jus- b# a part but.in all cases where any infant, feme covert stream at the head of Port Jackson public Here followsthe .
stice of the peace i of this Territory, that he will, to.the or person, non .compos mentis shall he a partyto Harbour, we find the town of Para- treasury. [ .
utmost of his power, support, advance and .defend, the Judgment in a civil action, Iwo years shall malta with a population of 1500 regulation for the publica

interest, peace. and good order, of the City of Tallahassee be allowed to such infant, feme covert or personnon souls, having its church and chapels tion and distribution of the De

and faithfully) end diligently discharge the duties compos mentis, after their respective disabilities its government house, orphan house, cree.]

of Intendant of the said city, during his continu- are removed, in which to sue out his, her or their hospital, manufactory of coarse Rio de Janeiro, 10th December

ance in office, and that ne will support the constitution: writ of error on any Judgment as .aforesaid. cloth, (in which about 160 unruly 1825 ; fourth year of the
of the United States. And he shall within the afore- female convicts arc employed,) besides and the. :
Independence Empire.
,said time of five days after the election; convene the Sec. 4. Be itfurther enacted, That so much of the other substantial buildings,
Extract letter Mr San
of to
councilmen elect, and administer to each of them.an act to which this is an amendment, as is inconsistent and among them two Inns, where, a
t ( oath or affirmation, similar to that taken by himself. with the provisions of this act and no further, be and it is said, all the comforts and accommodations derson of Merchants' CoffeeHouse

o. Sec. 14. Be further enacted, That the Treasurershall t the same is hereby repealed ; Provided however, that are met with in Philadelphia. .3

receive all monies: due and owing to the said corporation That any appeal l taken before the first day of March similar establishments in England half-, "In the enclosed paper, dajj

and he shall keep an accurate account of the next, in pursuance .of the provisions of the before, are to fairs be found., for the It.has sale its of two cattle ted.the 17th December last, yon

same, ,and all money paid out for. or on account of said recited act, shall be tried in the same manner, and :yearly and other stock. 'It has, besides, an will find that the emperor -of]
corporation, shall be paid by the Treasurer, on an or- the form and manner of taking and preparing any such institution which reflects the greatest Brazil has declared \\ ar against .
der of the Council attested by the clerk, and countersigned -. appeal, shall be as valid and effectual in la\vas if this credit on its founder, the late the United Provences gr

by the Intendant.Sec. act had never passed. :Governor Macquarie a school for

Rio de la Plata. Great
Be enacted That the first elec- preparations
15. it further the education and'civilization of
tion for Intendant and councilmen, shall take place ont :Sec. ::5. J3nd be it further enacted, That if 'from any the aborigines of the country Its were making when I

the first Monday in January next, and each succeeding ,cause the court of appeals shall.not be held at any success may be doubtful, but the intention left Rio, to carry on the \vtf

ejection shall be held on the first Monday of January time prescribed by law, all causes regularly depend is so praiseworthy, that it with vigor ; fitting out all their

every year ; and the said elections shall be held ing in said court, shall stand continued upon the docket would be well to continue it in spite men of war, and enlarging their.
under the inspection and rsuperintendanoe of three of said court of appeals until said court shall hold asession. .of some trifling circumstance, of a :. army-there was a general
he and discreet discouraging nature; which happento
__ 1.1sIectorsvho! judicious for the land ,and sea. service
persons, and the votes shall :.be 'vPen: by ballot ; all new institutions. It appears press
but no judge of the election shall be qualified to Passed December 1825: from the latest account from Sydney -several transports vritfl
that no less than 400 natives attended had .sailed for Mont eY1-
run .for the office of Intendant or city councilmen, f troops .
or shall be eligible to said offices or either of them, A. BELLAMY, and were feasted at the late deo, and there was_a strong Dval
at the, time he is ,judge of the election. Paramalta force off Buenos Ayre

Sec. 16. Be it further enacted,. That:it shall be the, President of the Legislative Council., The town of Winsor, on the river blockading that, port. They

duty.of the. said Inspectors: .any two of them, to receive .SAML. FRY, Clerk. ..' Hawksbury, is also in an improving is now several Buenos Ayres
the .the of [Approved.December Qth 1825.] condition.with its of 800
votes, and to cause name every voter- ; population and it .i is. said soffit]
privateers t(
to be taken down and inscribed in.a book to be kept. WMDUVAL' or 900 souls ;' and New Castle on the Bra*
for that purpose, and to cause the poll to be held at Governor of the Territory of Florida. I Coal River, with a large population pirates) on the coast of the


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\tL m\ : Nicholas .
] Si Parmentiw their of
had made several ,, ._ 'l ,, ) nii.AMrew ice h ; carriages pleasure and profit
and c "r "
; '" "- ,:1 T,ii'J'-_: ". A smairqQ MitT bett Sea-Wand, and all 'In his
short time weT J' ; ': P. ;Simpson' jf: '.t : : .. I persons employment;
. tnres. In cottw seed,4;.if applied for, iodp and if sold' his the J
of FRIDAY MARCH iii7; Timothy( Tmtchell, ) i ; : by executors, pur
expect any number iri.| Henry Michelet. ) Aucti n e-c : St.MarbMh8182O.HE cbtter to enjoy the said right for,the :

(some,with commissiqn M- I cl'k balance'of term" His claim or interest 4
'eerS The mails destined for the Floridian -' Crupper, ,county court.
trade subscribers would inform in
sides ), ,and our J. GADSDEN. the Bridge Company's Banking *
both Metropolis have accumulated, the citizens of Tallahassee and House :"
will be very haz- Collin Wooten ,'in the city of Augusta;, 4
* that coast Government at such a rate at Hartford, in Geor- its vicinity, that they still continue his claim or interest in he .vteam I

: dons unless our gia, that unless some immediate remedy Jason Gregory, } Justices of the ngaged in the practice of medicine, Boat Hamburg his claim or inti rest -
out Moses Warren
! e the propriety of sending be sought, serious inconvenience Peace.Rob't. and grateful for the patronage here- in the property of Barna M4Kin- : .
pectable naval force to pro- will inevitably ensue. We are tofore bestowed ; solicit a continuance ne, now in suit, between the assignees '
vessels ainst Alexander Douglass, Surveyor.JACKSON. of the said M'Kinne and himself,. :
our mcrchaot therefore pleased to hear that his of(the same : they have just received -
tire lawless privateerswill honor Judge MACOMB, who has the a fresh supply of drugs and iu this state-his claim, right and t
4 John B. Jackson Justice of 4
-peace.Wm. title to two hnndird and sixty two
arming m those superintendance of the Northern medicines, which they offer for sale
: at; be S. Mooring, Sheriff. lots in the town of Brunswick, Geo. .-
route, proposes to go, forthwith, to at their shop on the north side of the
t ., .. .. T V,M..... and ntan- other items of '
? iI tOU property,
-Sf bring on the deficient mails ; or expedite CAPITOL SQUARE where one of them '
Markets at Rio were very D. B. Macomb, Judge of C. Court. too tedious to mention. < '
a confidential messenger for will at all times be found, when not
su- Carey Nicholas clerk do do. For the whole of'which
American produce proprrtYthe
,,11 for that This detention and
purpose. engaged.
John G. Robeson will receive in the Bills I
hides were \
coffee and accumulation of mails
i explainto JustlcCS' WATKINS & TUCKER.
ar, may Ede Van Evour. j 5 of The Bank Harnbnrg The Bills
and high. the officers of Government, at March 8lh 1826. .
-arce Charles.Haire Auctioneer.H. of Bridge Company Bank, Au-
k The Empress of the Brazils Washington, as well as others, what F. Simmons, Commissioaer. LAW .JSOTU'K.. gusta -his individual Notes, Due ,.

ad lately presented a son and might otherwise, be ascribed by Ede Van Evour, Notary.NAS : ornot due-his endorsements, bonds

Uto His Imperial) Magisty them to neglect or inattention. SAU. THE subscripers having con- mortgages, and any other just claims

was gieat rejoiceing one Lewelling Williams, Judge of nected themselves in their profession against him, no matter in what shape
ere I To CORRESPONDENTS. of what kind
ag ATTORNEYS and CCUKSEL- 01' ; soever, including
- occasion.If The enquiries &c. of a "Middle county court. LORI at LAW will attend the Superior Bridge Company Bills or Notes on
I was to venture to given Floridian is delayed for want of James G. Smith, clerk do do and Inferior courts of Jackson which judgements have been obtained .

opinion, I should bay that Rigdon Brown, ) Justices Gadsden, and Leon counties, also, .whether in South-Carolina or

.j OB 1 adro will leave off wear- room.Wo should take much pleasure in John Kerkland, S the court of Appeals held in Tallahassee Georgia, as he will regard the Notes

his before the young publishing the communication of R. ST. JOHNS.J. Their office is in Tallahassee 01' Bills themselves, only, whether

;; crown do without his caps. B. R. if the author would make some M. Cox, Judge of county court. :, where they may at all times be u judgement" be written across the '
prince can Alexis: M. Foster, ) consulted. face of them or not.

1 Justices of David B. Macomb. In short, any thing what bears

bile I was in Rio, 1 am sat- some stated.TogabundaJr.vfQ facts. which are erroneously J. B. Lancaster. ) the peace. AN m. Allison 1'Rea. his name, if it has nut already been

. ficd that there is a strong WASHINGTON, March II. tf paid, will be received in payment.
the are sorry to say Wm. M.: Loftin Judge of county As there is properly amply abun-
[ in the Brazils against -
arty is inadmissable howeverthat
; we hope
dant to all claims against him
[ (tat: be. lam also very he will make another trial Court, (D\W JFc "Wlliml
overs on I Masters Russ, clerk do. l) whatsoever', and it, in fact, belonging
ell assured that Bolivar in- the same subject, but, to rememberthat I Mortimer Bright, Sheriff. to his creditors and he having

ends to take a peep into that l Collin M'Rea Coroner, WILL. practice LAW in Leon resolved to give up all, if necessary,

[()nntr ", before be retires from "Immodest words admit of no John Brown, 1Robt and the adjoining counties His office to pay the whole : shouK) they give

; [he field ; this was the general defence, Russ, I i I in the city of Tallahassee any thing like a fair price fur it, all .
For want of is want of Florida. ofthem can be paid.
pinion in Upper Peru, when Collin JVHiea, }> Justices of tho
sence. ," March II tr It is now for his creditors to say
left Arica in Uctober last. Thomas Hull, J I Peace. whether they will receive payment

The bill making appropriations for I Masters. Russ. J EQUITY BETWEEN MEN. ,in full, in part, or nothing ; as from
The comedy of Le MariagtForce WALTON, and after ihi sale, he shall consider
niuliere! u founded upon the lol- the survey of a canal across the peninsula -! Archibald Anderson, Judge of county undersigned having toiled himself dischfrgtdi legally and ,

.: lowing facts :-the celebrated Count Florida, was read the second court. THE labored with the greatest! morally, from all claims whatsoever

Je Gr-mmond, during his stav in time in the Senate on the 14th John Barkley, clerk do do. exertions in the power of man for against him, uulividuaU} or jointly,

uglawd, bad bcrn greatly smitten February and ordered to a third Norman McQuagg, Coroner. the last six years, to protect and with John M'Kinne or any other

. mh the charmes of Miss Hamilton, reading. James Vaughn, ) promote the interest of all his credi p rson.. \

I and though maturs hold gon- so far Jeremiah Leville, > Justices of tors, in business of'such magnitudeand \\ hat property he may acquireby

: [between them as to attract universal Extract of a letter from a gentleman .Robt McKennor. the importance, the like not record. his talents and industry after

[ attention, the gay Count quitted in Pensacola to the Editor of ) peace. ed in history. He is resolved to that time, shall be "mine and not

London! oc his way to Paris, without the Intelligencer, dated February4th. THE PHYSICIANS living in Leon bring the whole of his business to a thine.
the the final close, and to resign his stewart- HENRY SHULTZ.
: making to lady expected The United States Brig WinRI'GTON and Gadsden Counties
t offer marriage. The Brothers of f : arrived a day or two are requested ship.A fcj The sale will continue from
! Miss Hamilton set out in pui'Uitthe of at the Barancas from West ago to meet in Tallahassee, on saturday JUan whe has property owes money, is the day to day, until the who.'e is disposed
the 35th, inst. for the purposeof mere agent of his creditor
lovjer and took of'
runaway: over with laborers and implements for of A man may pay hit debts as well with pro.
I him at Uover, i-uljy resolved to call establishing a regular rate : as with called All persons having unsettled accounts
the erection of the Navy yard at pcny paper money.
March Qth.
him chanced charges. him will
out. They to meet against please to
I [Jihn on quay, immediately upon Tarten point. to 'Assignments. made. by' men.who.. present them for settlement beforethe
, tail In traae. are sam to oe mane lor
[their arrival and coiled out to lima CONGRESS.In day of sale. H. S
APPOINTMENTS the gcneral benefit of'all their creditors -
the Senate, the bill for the
soon as they came upon him, survey HamSurer, So. Ca. FeT !o, I8'>6.THE .
Count, have not forgotten By the President, by and with the advice of a route for a Canal across ; and such assignment are -
you sanctioned by law: yet, such assign- < A m SJ c
icon-thing in London./. The count, and consent oj'the Senate. the Peninsula of Florida was thesubjectofdiscuss'ton lnm
menls are commonly made to one or
the whole
who guessed their intention, instant- day,
Alfred Conkling, of New-York to and ordered be two of their particular friends, who
i ly rcpHrd h Pardon me. I have in- was to engrossedfor subscriber having taken the
[ deed forgotten to marry your sister, be Judge of the United States, for its third reading. The interes- are called attignccS, thereby atsign- \ of G. DAVIS
the state of New York in of ling views contained in the letterof inK the remainder of their effects into -
and I: will! go back with you this in- place Co. will hereafter sell goods for
j slant and.do it. Roger Skinner, deceased. Mr. White, the Delegate from the pockets of their otitignecii and 'ash, and decline running accounts '

I Salem Gaettc. William H. C. D. Wright, of Maryland Florida, which was addressed to the their creditors get nothing.He of which customers are requested to

r to be Consul of the United Committee on Roads and Canals, will, on tuesday, the 8ih of take notice and those indebted to
March at 10 o'clock A. M. offer -
The modern Greek wrestlers wear :States: ? for the port of Rio de Janeiro ; will show the general grounds on make payment the eat Heat opportunity.
I for sale at Public Aucti.n' for
soaked in Brazil. which the subject was recommendedto .-The usual assortment ill to be ,
i tight I leather breeches well _
cash all his viz Two
Congress, and the probabilitythat property, : e. had on the lowest terms in this
t in oil) ; in other respects their bodies John Tucker Mansfield, of Mas- HUNDRED LOTS city.
or (
the be upwards among
; are stark naked .except being an- sachusetts, to be Consul of the Uni- crowned with likely the which there are some wharf lots) in Abraham Russel, jun.N. .

uointed with oil, and rubbed with ted States, for the port of Pernam- discussion, Mr-success.Johnston During of Louis- the town of HAMBURGH, in fee simple B. All kinds produce will ba
dust. To gwin the victory it is necessary buco, in Brazil. iana, staled that O.OOO tons of improved and unimproved.-His taken.in exchange for goods

not only that one of the Charles D. Cox, of New-Jersey, shipping were employed in the commerce lease-hold interest in part of HAM- February- 10, tf

ccmbatants should throw the other. to be Consul of the United States, of the Mississippi ; that 732 I BURGH!, on about three hundred lots JUST R CEIVED, J ,

but that, having done so he shouldbe for the City and Kingdom of Tripoli, vessels entered the port of New-O- and houses, until 1st January, 1328 ,
able to keep his feet : for in the ND for sale low for cash,
and his interest of fourth in fee
in place of Thomas 1) Anderson. leans the 1825 and that one ,
during year ;
Itruggle they always fall together. J\. case and rive bales Domesti "
of the after that time
simple, same
Benjamin Gardner, of Massachusetts he had received from a gentleman ;
to be Consul of the U. States, in Boston, well infoimed on the sub one thousand acres of land, near the Bond. '

for the port Palermo, 'in the Island !- ject, a schedule of all the vessels town, in fee simple, several likely Corner of Capitol Square and

DOCTRINE OF PEEFECTIBIL- of in Pre- lost on the Bahama Banks and the negroes, his claim interest in the Monroe street.
place Henry
Bridge, across Savannah river, be- February 10. tf
ITY. ble deceased. Straits of Florida, last year ; that
On hearin that certain modern they amounted to 64 vessels ; that tween Hamburg and Augusta, that reaThe philosopher had canted his beliefin Payton Gay, Massachusetts, to the first five amounted to $47 ,OOO, is, two thirds of the landing, on
be Consul of the United States for
the perfectibility of all living and the whole loss of the ballance which the South Carolina end of the subscribers having entered into

things so far as to say that he did the Island of Teneriffe, in place of would exceed $7oOOOO. Bridge stands, from now until 1st partnership under the firm Turbott
not of John O'Sullivan, deceased. January, 1828, and one fourth of the
despair seeing the day when and Jos R. Betton on 2d Jan. inst.
tigers,themselves might be educated Alexander Caldwell Judge of the Pleasant anecdotes of Dr.Frank tin.-- landing, in fee simple, after that Turbott R. Betton

Dr. T (a Scotch critic) exclaimed District Court for the western Dis- "__Friend Franklin, said Myres I time-his interest in a bond for titles Jos. R. Betion.

",I should like dearly to trict of Virginia. Fisher, the celebrated Quaker law- given by Edward Rowell and We have lately received a general

see him in a. cage with twa of his David L. White, Collector of the yer of Philadelphia, one day to the Walter Leigh to Henry hultz and assortment of Dry goods Groceries.

pu pUs."-lbid. Customs at Apalachicola. Dr. thee knows almostevery thing; Lewis Cooper, in 1813, for $8,500, etc. which we will sell on good terms

Ambrose Crane Surveyor of the can thee tell me how I am to pre- to landing for the Bridge on South .
- P.nrnlina cirf,' of tho rivpt. ._ anti. nnt.
serve small beer in the back -------- .i. --
of St. Marks
Happiness ever.flies faster Revenue at the port my ihi-; Turbott Sc Jos. R. Betton
when most eagerly pursued away, and Florida. yard ? my neighbors are often tapping performed claim or interest,i in Tallahassee Jan. 17th i826...
no an attachment levied on the Bridgeon
slaves D. U. States it of nights. '3t.
galley labours harder than Benjamin Wright,
9th March 1821 for
"Put of old
those who devote their lives to the attorney for the Western District of a barrel Maderia by claim interest in .. ..
or another attach- -
pursuit of the side of it, replied the Doctor-
pfeasure.Jbid.RtY777Ology Florida. ment levied on the Bridge on 9th I RECEIVED PER JlNGELINdAND
"let them but get a taste of the Madeira _
Adam Gordon, United States attorney & PH engage they will never March, 1821, for $1,160-his claimor
f for the Middle District of interest in FOR SALE FOR.
the sum for which the
I of the word lady-It trouble the small beer any more.
7 at first Leafdian Florida. - -'- Bridge sold, say $7OOoo, paid and
1 leaf
or I received
*luch signifies on depo&ite by the Branch
a loaf of I
bread and MARRIED.-In Pensaaola
on the of the Bank
of the
Dian to TERRITORIAL APPOINTMENTS.The State of Georgia,
serve. It was afterwards morning of the 23d ult. by the Rev- n@ "
at Augusta, in their bills and bbls. messPork
own ,
corrupted to is list of the
lafdy and a
at length to following appointments -
erend Mr. BENJAMIN D

Maynhaut, for tolls of
iady. So that it appears the original by GOVERNOR, con Bridge, received, legallyor 10 kegs leaf Lard,
VPRIGHT Esq. District Attorney for illegally,by said flank, amountingto 15 bbls. brown
meaning of the term implies firmed by the LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Sugar, ,
one who distributes bread. The West Florida, to Miss JOSEPHINE. about 32OOO,.and both of whichis 10. bags buck Shot,
*rue lady is one who feeds the : PE LA RUA, daughter of Col. John now in suit, between shuliz and ,5 bbls. Molasses

and relieves their indigence.ALMANACS". poor, ALACHUA COUNTY. De La RUB- all' of that City. Breithaupt and the Bank of the State 10 bags ground Liv pool J Salt.
= Abel G. Loper, 1 Matanzas, the seat of Gen. J. of Georgia, in theSupreme Court of H. Bond.

Reuben Charles ( Justices of M. Hernandez, on the 5th January the United States-his claim or tf

I Jacob Sumerall, I the peace. last Col. ABRAHAM BELLAMY, for- right, of crossing the bridge or ferry February :: I'
of the Council free of toll, for near eightecn -
I James Edwards. J merly Legislative to
Joshua Coffee Surveyor. Miss ELIZA WILLIAMS, both of St. years to come or in the money paid _
JPOR THE. YEAR Augustine. "' for it, acquired by purchase'from the JUST RECEIVED, .

DUVAL COUNTY. legatees of Walter' Leigh, deceased, Fer schooner Florida, and for'sal*

a !(B PORT OF ST. MARKS. which right is in these word *ixi .
John Warren, } Justices of Arrived, MarcK} J>&, Schooner "reierving to himself the right of ATHESTOREOTWm.Wright

i ', For Forquier Bethum, 7 the peace. North Carolina, Melvel), from St. crossing the said Bridge or Ferry, ,

Sale,..at<#this, .Office: John Houston. ) Augustine, with a cargo, principally I for thirty years,free of toll, for him- St.' Marks. ,:March. 4,1820.v .. ,

t." ., 4 .{ .; for Cols. Gadsdeu and Murat. I -, '-, .,
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( The impression of the finest needle scribed 1 ; all converging to the same. ing ot known m ea re.the best course 'the .situation }being, I .

f' .3 ,Proposal of a Standard of Measure i upon the finest paper,.may- atlbrd visible point. At the:sides,: and angles to be adopted; yetjt:! :must*, ,)be onfessibdthat and sharp ..rock.. ,. .wUh '

i : for the United States, of$merica. an instance. "- of.Uifr,firstand: original square, .tlie' ujtility of the'propos: soil or, :vegetation; 1'h e ..
{\ Microscopic powers would .,.enlarge .: eight similarxraes" maybe described, ed standard, wouWbe.signaLl; ::; in,.>t thirty-six men cast. ,thjJL
. Respectfully. submitted to the consideration such,a point',barely visible .by ltiYinalmo.) u rf l lthe number any..time, reproducing the, same. measure and form .
t. of the Senate. you can no ideikj]
the unarmed organ, to a circular of lines, before stated as susceptible without:! repeating the processes ..
j The subject of a standard of measure space of the radius, of about one of being drawn within the first by which. it,_ w originally obtained horrid. ',.sight .;.of. JT f'y. A '
j has heretofore. engaged the attention I fourth part of an inch. and original square .; and .thatvith greater'pre- lying" dead, in a !hetiP; ;
-. of the Senate. It concerns The smallest visible point; being The familiar f illustration, before cision than would attend an actual the other, and the poor*,>-

the glory of our nation that a system then considered as an object capable alluded to, may be thus exemplified.Let repetition. Hence, the standardadopted in the last extremitiLetter r. .?,"

of measures of length, and of capacity of being ascertained, it becomes, a rod be held at right angles, to could be readily and accurately [A from ,Mr..g|< '

as well as a system of weights, now, necessary to show, how a line the crevice' of a floor, or the seamofa comparedwith, and reducedto t'urson, (published 1 : -
"I onr
should be matured. Nor are they may be constructed, such, that, carpet. Mark a spot on the any other standard. states that
t i less required by public utility. Experience -i whenever and wherever reproduced floor or carpet} over which the rod The value of the proposed standard they were part
t has so full|} proved, and is i it shall not diner from itself, but passes, at any given distance, on'one would, therefore, consist, not 'crew of a Colombian JPriviii
daily so confirming the expediency by a quantity less than such a point. side of the crevice or seam. Let it only in the quality of its successive theltayo, shipwrecked oi>&. 1 v

i of decimal divisions and compositions The performance of this, dependsupun : be required, that the rod, indefinitely reproductions being more accurate Islttud 56 days before toai

t that, whatever standard may ; property ol" the curve, termed l extended, should always pass over than its own exemplars or copies ; crew was 43 in number, 7,.

be adopted, this important characteristic a hy_ 1)erbola. that spotvhile it is moved, at t but, in its being the best instrumentfor drowned when the ti vessel: ion
ought to be studiously con- To a philosopher of that country, some point between its extremities, the verification of all other mea- ] shore.] .

suited, and steadily adhered to. once so renowned in science, which along (lie crevice or seam, supposed sures. .
Two standards have principally has been entombed for ages in oppression also to lie indefinitely] extended.- Our nation is growing into such I

,I attracted the attention of nations. and which it is our lot now The extremity of the rod, on the o- consequence, and its relations to all Captain Moore, at Ph

One of these, is the actual mensura to behold reclaiming] its ancient t her sitlc of the crevice ,,or seam, other countries, and to the scientific delpbia[ states! that the Km

tion of a portion of a great circle -of' fame, are mankind; : indebted for the will describe a line constantly coming interests of mankind, are multiplying frigate L'A.teon" came cut

.t 1 the earth. Reasons sufficiently cogent explanation 1 of the} principal properties .. i nearer the crevice or seam, as with such rapidity, that it will be S t. J ago de Cuba 26th nIL

have induced the preference of of the? hyperbola.Apolloniou 1 ,. the point, by which the rod is held is sys-tem company with him, and'" 1

a meridian ; and, comprehending the :-, V\ ho nourished:; about moved farther along the crevice or same afternoon saw her capl' 1IJ
l lA
French and British measurements two and a iu.UYentunes} interior! to sea-m without a possibility! of ever standard ; and to regulate many French hI i(,. from
i from Barcelona in Spain to the Shetland the aera of chrSatiaiiiiy, demonstrated ] reaching it ; since the other side of other subjects of great importance, I which Afri s

; islands, nearly a sixteenth part among other properties: of this the rod, indefinitely extended, must with the wisdom and the precision was landing slaves

of a great circle has been) subjected curve, thai indefinitely: extended, it always pass over a !point, at a given they require, without a domestic the coast.
1 i to actual mtmsuratien. The other continually approximates its asymptotic } dst!! an'o front the crevice or seam. department, charged with its internal : c

standard adverted to, is that of a pendulum :: lines, without possibility o:' When they coincide, this condition concerns.A.. GEORGIA TVEDDI a G. i
1 performing:! :, certain vibrations ever meeting theIr] ceases to*be compJied with ; and, B. WOODWARD.Washington It appears from the lari 1 1

in a certain latitude, and a Though;: the mathematical deInOlsration Uiuii they coincide: the approximating March 15, 182-1. {paper that a Mr. John Odei I

ceitaiu; temperature. The first has, of this proposition is unexceptionable }point cannot: actually meet the "Z 'lately invited his friends to h

t at great expense, been reduced to ; and, when comprehended } line, along which the, rod is moved. wedding and Ball ,
practice by France ; while the partiality is universally satisfactory ; It is obvious from the principles .JtE JV 1V/1R I.AT, lIE SOUTH.TAJS vhich.lgave 1 t
in honor of the .
of England, appears to be still yet, it cannot fail, at lirst, to appear herein: exhibited, that the quadra- 11it' r INTBI.MliKNCK.; event ,. i
attached to the latter. a !paradox to every ordinary; mind. Lire of the circle} may be effected Philadelphia, Feb. 13. The( company assembled, m:,
The principal inconvenience, distinct Admilting the definition of a geo- within a space less than the smallest By the brig Navarre, arrived gistrates and fiddlers were pl1 '! i

f from the expense, atte.idiiig metrical point, to be correct, and I visible! point. The Emperor Charles : below! in 45 days from Rio Ja sent, as well as the bride at}. I

the mensuration of an object so large that it has absolutely no magnitude, V. offered a hundred thousand iieiro, we learn that the Emperor bride-groom. Tbe bride'b .'

a s., i the 1 proposition is strictly true ; but, crowns, for the solution of this problem of Brazil, on the 10th of : ing solicited to re :eive :a t]\: ;
tainly and variableness in the} result. the moment a point is conceived to ; and the Republic of Holland, I December, declared war against : ring, she peremptorily refus ,
"When the king of France, in farmer: I possess the smallest real and sensible i- also, offered a large sum. Archimedes the United Provinces of observing that she had ,

days, seat a body philosophers, to : magnitude, the proposition teas has hewn that a right angled itio de la Plata. Great her mind. The. chang thin 1'o;
jneioure a degree of a meridian, in es to be practically true. triangle, having the radius for one preparations company
the arctic regions, notwithstandingthey A familiar demonstration} however side, antI the circumference for th were making, when thee ing the bride had only be :

were aided by smooth ice, and of the abstract truth of the other, is equal to the circle. A }pa- JSavarre sailed, for prosecutingthe seized with a momentary whi l

the mensurations were often repeated proposition, that one line may infinitely l'allc1ugraIu, therefore, having the war with vigor. heveral 1 ordered the musician to stri

; no two of them caIne out.the approach another, withoutthe radius for one side, and the semi-cir- 'transports with troops, bad sail up "ha nc to the weddinwhen

same ; and they were, eventually, possibility meeting it, would I cumference for the other, is equalto I ed for Montevideo, and a strong she and John Udenaimediately i

-obliged to assume an average for the be useful ; and therefore, one will, the circle. In like manner, a parallelogram naval force was off Buenos Ayres began dancing, a
result. Incredible pains were indubitably in the sequel, be presented, that: the
having diameter for
blockading that A all the in. 1
port. joined
taken, in the modern French precludes all hesitation of assent. one side, and the length of the quad-
measurement of nearly ten Let there be drawn great number of privateers were bride afrer the dance still cc
degreesof four equal+ } rantal arc for the other is to
tin the coast of Brazil from B.u- tinned to refuse her bandJohn
latitude to obtain accurate, re- and conjugate hJperlJoae.'l'he] the circle. Let it be supposed, according ,
sult. Yet, it is scarcely to be hoped, transverse axis and the conjugateaxis to the English experiments} epos Ayres, and bad made se Odena, and the lady lie

that if a repetition of the mensura will, therefore, be the same ; that) the ten thousandth part of an> veral captures. tess of the house! fearful, I 11

... tion were to be made by another nation and the asymptotic lines will /constitute inch, is the smallest distinguishable 'The Express of -the Brazilsbad haps that some unpleasant
or even in the same country, a a right angle in the centre. space. The length of the 1c uadran- lately presented a son and putes might arise, enteredroom i tl

sensible variation would not be found Let an ordinate to the axis be drawn tal arc, set off on the diameter of a heir to his Imperial Majesty.There with a club, anti drovevhole tli
in the result. Thus, in the case of an in every one of the hyperbolae ; and. circle of one inch, will be greater
was great rejoicing on: into ibe stCI.N'
accidental, or of a mutilation of let it be required that the axis shall 1 than seven thousand eight hundredand I company
the occasicn. r. D. dv.5v.
the standard, the recovery of the bear a given ratio to that ordinate. fifty three of those ten thousandth I
identical dimension would, not onlypro".e Let it be further required that the parts, and less than seven Decree of Declaration of War.. '
extremely difficult ; but.per- hvperbola and the asymptotic line thousand eight hundred and fifty i The Government of the linked CONSTARTINE I.-A Fr emit

haps, absolutely impossible.In } shall appear to touch in the small four, between which, the difference Provinces ;of Kio de la writer of aa account of the tiumphant

deducing from the estj)oint, that can be rendered visi is, of course, I Irss than a visible point. lain, havinghostility committed acts u f 1 entry of the Allh

vibrations of the pendulum great ac ble.] The ordinate will, therefore, From such a point on the diameter, against this .E.mpiaevithout Army info Paris l in 1814, <

curacy has, also, been attained i inEngland. appear to meet the same poiut.- set off as the extremity of the quad-' .\ provocation, or previoos the{ following descriplion oft!

Even so small a space as: i esc eohiliiions, cannot be complied rantal are, draw a perpendicular to formal deilaration of war, Arch Duke Constine' now ED
the ten thousandth }part of an inch has : With, unless the the circle 1 and from
square apparently ; the )point; rejecting thus the forms .established of !Kussia.-uHeis tall
thus been made distinguishable.: Yet. formed by the ordinates, be where, it meets the circle, draw peror
the extreme nicety of the observations of a certain size. J If the size, the straight lines to the extremities rnioug civilized .ations, stout, well made, with a fe,1\\

and the delicate allowances i axis retaining to the ordinate the the diameter ; and describe ) it is required that the dignity! complexion: ; his profile l,

for diversity materials, latitude 3 ratio given, be too large, a space i, on those lines, and the diameter squaresi ; of the Brazilian people, and the scarcely human, his nose t tlii:

and of temperature, as well as the greater than the smallest visible iand extend the perpendicular, in an rank which belongs to us aUf a monkey ; he is nearsigled -',

chroaometrical precision required I. pJlbt\llI remain between thchycdJula opposite direction, until it meet the mong the pc tit.cr., that 1, hay contracting his eyes \\h

cmuuine to render the operation very and, of course, betweenme side of'the' square of the diameter. ing beard) my Council; of &tatc, looking attentively, ,vhichcovered ar
arduous and difficult : and, there extremities: of the ordinate and The angle made the
by lines drawnfrom should declare, as 1 JIGW do>, with uncommonly lar
fore liable, under difference;: of placean the asymptotic lines. If on the the extremities
of the diameter the said! Provinces
against e-hro\ys his voice
light t'
time, to uncertainty and variableness contrary, the size be too small, the being in a semicircle, is a right} } ,
in the resul If. therefore, hyperuoia and the asymptotic line angle. The parallelogram .'formedby and their government ; directing i- horrse and husky, he has '.
an American standard could }he devised i- I will appear to coincide, the axis, the} length of the quadrantal arc, that by sea and laud all rough, soldier-like manner,

equally accurate with either of bearing: to the ordinate the ratio given set off on the diameter, and the possible hostilities be waged sarcastic, yet affable[ and willCABLNET

these, or more so ; and, particularly) i before they reach the extremities i iside of the square of the diameter, upon them ; authorising such 1 :!:"--., -.
attended with greater facility in the of the ordiiiate. is equal to the circle. .The square armaments as my subjects may MAKIJNGAND (.

execution ; there can be no doubt it !. In order to produce .regular and formed on the longer of the two, please to use against that nation ,
would reflect honor o n our country, beautiful decimal division, let some }lines, drawn from the extremitiesI ; declaring that all )- '

as well as subserve the general interests conditions, not otherwise essential 1 I, the diameter, is, according toil ie of prizes, of \\ hatev ear captures nature mmil t 4 ,,
of science.I .
i be assumed in practice.} Let it, for proposition demonstrated by''Pytha- +
have long thought of such a standard ,, instance, be required that the axis gonis, equal tc that parallelogram ; shall accrue entirely to T HE Subscribers respectfuUform ia.
and felt it a duty to suggest it hall bear to the ordinate, the ratio and, therefore, also equal to the the captors, without any deduction their friends and the I pn1open
to iny country ; a duty, of which too I of one to five ; and, that the distance: circle. By extending the decimal it in favor of the publicTreasury. lie generally, that they have ;
protracted neglect would, from the a Cabinet 'hop, at the .
beyond centre of.the hyperbolae to will continue to be so, whatever di-i corner i
question, be unpardonable. I, therefore their respective vertices, shall be -ametermay be assumed. [Here follows the regulation Monroe Street and Washing, I Jl.

avail myself of the present opportunity qual to the distance from the vertices i- It will he conceived, that the flexibility for the publication and distribution Square, where thr business is canon .
to perform it and to the extensively! and furniture magreeably
; trust t. respective foci. Extend of the standard is
proposed of decree.
that in its execution, I do not mat !;t.i- the axis to the ordinates and dividethe an ] to best style and m'erior
advantage. If in
practice should
fest a want of due } Rio Janeiro, 10th of Dec. modern fashions
the focus
space be deemed advisable
and .the ordinate to institute a 1825, fourth year of the hides Having a large supply of s u i P
; more bf
r system measures, of which the
The first principle .assumedasthe such equal .,parts. Let lines"he lllllt should. r 1rcrAA. with.. somA...., ,:avidin"0 .. pendence andJhe hmt ire. mahogany on hand and other appropritimber { .
--- -- ---- ---- "" together ivi t a 1
basis of the .a..aub i
standard about
to be drawn through the apex, the focus, or known measure, i it is only necessary made furniture, they will h hence
proposed, is, that for all practical and two of:those parts, parallel to to ascertain the proportion i Extract of a better from an officer on board always ableand ready to attend '

purposes, a space less than the the opposite ordinates, and meeting which the axis will bear to the ordinate -. the U. States Schr. Grampus.Matanzas tually to all orders forwarded the punhe >s,
smallest, which can be rendered visible their Jan. 22, 1826
the same in'order to produce that .me a- -dLSO-*
may be disregarded. ...principles, the ratio of the axis to; sure. Thus, if the cubit or palm'.of "r e arrived this inornins; Turning of every description wjl 1 l..4

If the ordinate, may be val'ied.aud that:;] antiquity, the foot or yard of modern from a small island on the banks done with despatch and in t 1 be'Co

therefore standard can 'be of one to fifty, or to five hundred, nations, the metre .France, ort ie called Bird, Key, where we, manner. Robt P. Boyce fcf < ,
:devised, which,.at all times, in all and so on, assumed until taste or parliamentary rod England, shouldbe went in search of some men Tallahassee Nov.. 12, 1825. d
places, and whenever '
shall reproduced, convenience be gratified ; and yet, aimed at, the proposed standard.will wrecked there. They had been;
not differ from itself, but by a the decimal division be
constantly ; produce'anyone' of them if the cast
quantity less than the smallest v si- retained. ; away upwards of sixty

able space, the object is attained. III practice, the more lines that ,ratio the ordinate be ascertained when of the the axis to days on this rock ;r and on our I ALMANACJFOR 3i I
Let it be assumed, as a second seek the same point, the greater the the asymptote, and of course hyperbolaand the> arrival we found they had all THE YEARn
principle in practice, that the impression probability of accuracy. Hyper- ordinate died except one negro r who
of the appear to meet in a point
finest-point upon the bolae may, therefore, be drawn at constituting_ the smallest visible was too weak to rise. Their (

finest substance constitutes a space, all, or any of the points between the space, the ordinate being the actual only sustenance had been the -.
which is
the smallest. that can berende'red apex or vertex of the first and the measure! assumed. Though I do not food of ,fish hawks for drink, FQr sale.fthis
visible. Office
ordinate, and asymptotic lines de- imagine the, a assumption any exist and their flesh dried fur meat : .

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