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Title: Florida intelligencer
Physical Description: v. : ; 48 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ambrose Crane
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 17, 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 )
 Notes
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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TALLAHASSEE, FRIDAY MARCH H, 1826. No. XX. .. _' .
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY ley is
a special article of astonishment AN ACT "the Governor of Florida for the use of the Territory
AMBROSE CRANE, and of course they plaintiff against A. B. defendant.

Authorised to print the Laws of th e must look well to the affair, To alter the time of holding the Superior Court in Gadsden Sec. 8. Be it further exacted,That said collector .

UNITED STATES, and of the Territory i and take up a word or two to .. County. shall of right, in any such cause,- require bail to any amount '-

of Florida. examine. Little, Gov. I you P Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Councilof which he shall believe probably due, withoutany
Price Five Dollars annum the other oath or affidavit Justify his order for bail.
per pay day was lifted from the Territory of Florida, That so much of the second
able in advance. his companions in section of Sec. 4. And bt 'it further enacted That all acts
the column, an act, entitled 'An Act to provide for holding orparts
Advertisements inserted on the who of acts rpugnant the prorisions of this act, be.
were standing around him terms of the Superior Cour in the counties of
customary terms. Alachua and the same are hereby repealed, this act shall be
like and Gadsden
body guard, and held as requires a court to be heldon
up in force from and after its
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to( admiring the third monday in April in Gadsden county, be, : passqge.
From the Barnstable Gazette.PRIN1.'INf opticks, by an amateur Passed December 10th I8 5.
in repealed, and the said court shall be held on the third
curiosity ; the consequences A. JELL AMY.
in March
; OFFICE. monday in each and every year. il
of this rash President of the
act resulted Passed Deember 1 vth: i825. Legislative Council.
A place I of tlii! description." ,ni a rnelaucholly severance of SAML. FR:',. O J '*;i! >.

like the busy world) in wInch it his form of comeliness, and hisr A. BELLAMY, [Approved'Detimbtr 1825. ]

is situated is of toil : xcellency President of the WM. P. DUVAL,
a seen embarrassment came tumbling Legislative Counil. .
joy distress, instruction down. on his astonished troop of SAML. FRY, Clerk. Governor of the Territory of Florida.

and ainnse lnen t. bokliery ; who prostrated themselves [Approved December 10th 1825.]

Sometimes the gilded:; coronet in dispar at the event. WM. P. DUVAL,

of hope dance before oir; eyes ; A: Lob-tailed coat upon a polite Governor of the Territory of Florida AN ACTTo

at others, the sjrhnisage" of bCuilcluall is a very pretty thing

disappointment peers atn* from : any where but in a printing of- < alter and amend an act establishing the mode .f summoning-
grand and Petit Jurors.
behind the dark curtain of ad iice ; it acts upon the principleof AN ACTTo

versity. If iucupation adds me lever, as we had c the op- Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council

. any quill- -o thp wings of old portunity of experiencing notleaa estalisha ferry over the river Okelockony. of the Territory of Florida, That the clerks of the

gaffer Time, he gll.:.(p.eih with [ since, for while a particu- Be it enacted ly the Governor and Legislative Councilof county courts of the several counties of this Territory,

the inm .tes of a 'rintinff s Office.. I lar friend of ours was making the Territory of Florida, That Drury Vickers be, shall make out a list of all the free white male taxable -

and like the wick they "do i. particular bow to us in front, and he is hereby vested with the right and ,powers of said inhabitants list shall betaken of their from respective the latest counties tax which
returns of
not live out half their days." me mischievous bob-tailed coat establishing a ferry and charged with the duty of keep- said counties, respectively, at least five weeks before

This is a place most particularly vas making sad work in the ing the same in repair across the Okelockony the each and every return of said county. .

1 liable to accident,- some of rear, for 0 sad to tell, the General place where the road leading from Tallahassee to the Sec. 2. Be it further' enacted, That all the writs of

which are of a complexing, o- Assembly and judges of Vickers Georgia line crosses said river, and the said Drury venire facias authorised by the act to which this is an
shall continue in the enjoyment of the right of
thers of a natureC amendment shall hereafter contain the of the
laughable ; Pleas) in the State of said names
for and
ferry, during the term of ten Provided -
The which years ; Jurors to be summoned, which said names shall be taken
types andIlaced iiliode -
are set Island
hoisted the said
up were Vickers shall so long keep the said ferry -
by lot from the list mentioned in the
uponvhat are termed .from their seats, the actions on in good repair. foregoing
sections of this
act the
according to most convenient
gallies, have every appearance the civil Ducket, by short process Sec. 2. Beit further enacted That it shall be unlawful mode by the clerk of said county, assisted by tne sheriff --

of solidity, yet in fact they are disposed/of, and Clients for any other person or persons to establish or keepa of the county, who shall for that purpose attend at
as tender as our consciences. noel ferry within two miles of said ferry on the river Oke-
Lawyers all sent out of the clerks office at least one month before the first day
The slightest touch will disarrange ( ourt, with most marvelous lockony except it be for his, her or their own use and of said court.
not for the
of '
taoir order, and the temper despatch. These but purpose gathering toll. Sec. 3. Be it further enacted That the clerks of
are slight
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That it shall be
of the Tinner's the superior courts of the several districts and
til'\ i1the accidents and counties -
; awful calamities the of
the said
duty Drury Vickers, his heirs and assigns -
of of this Territory,.shall also make. out their writs of
Etartii.g) one type will have which are caused to at all
innocently by keep times a good and sufficient flat or
venire facias
for grand as well as petit jurors in like
au affect upon its neighbor and visitors other craft of sufficient
size and
our ; and those who to cross a waggon
manner, as by this act provided in relation to the summoning -
set the vhlile, of o>.r p's and q': have proper regard, for such team, and that he shall receive such toll as may be of Jurors in the county courts ; .provided thatthis
the fixed by the court of Leon and be subject ;
together by ears. weighty characters' solemn events county County, act shall not be construed to alter or repeal the
One of the worst enemiesve to the order of said court, or any future Legislative
high institutions and bril act entitled "an act relative to Jurors in certain coun-
Council of this
have to fear is a chino : it marches liant conceptions as are scatttred Passed December Territory.9th ties," passed 30th December 1824.

in, conscious of It:; importance about the purlieus of a Printing 1825.A.. BELLAMY Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That if from any causea
and with the grand or petit Jury shall not be summoned
or shall
sweep of Office, will be careful less President of the Legislative Council..
majesty.uLets. they' createA SAML. FRY, Clerk. not attend at the term'of any court in this Territory,
it shall be lawful for such court to order its executive
loose "
the
dogs of war. \ of matter and a crush of words" [Approved DecemberQth 1825.]
One hick of this garment, Which would squeeze Captain WM. P. DUVAL, officer to summon or fill up as the case may require, a "
grand or petit jury out of the '
this day sent iiufus Governor of the persons qualified by
King under y wines theory into pi. Territory of Florida.
1 law
; jurors in such court, and the said court, shall
the table instead A5'1IIIi.:
of to England, and may proceed as if such grand or petit jury had
aud capsized a gftuieuiu.ii and: J. & N.4", HAMLbN, been summoned in any other manner prescribed by

lady, whose marriage had justbeen St. Marks, law.Sec.

put in .1I p c,. At anothertime just received from.-N. Or AN ACTTo 5. Be it further enacted, That this act shall be

lL :Jl'C serious consequences: HAVE by the Schr. Amelia, authorise:the collection of certain monies due to the Territory hi force from and after the first day of February next,
have tirihcn t : a. murder has been gnu offer for sale low for cash the of t'loridaI and that so much of the act to which this is an amendment -

put on tiny ;flour and ,Brother following article, viz, as is repugnant to this act, and no further be and
Fuck tonltaniscutuc.ckaudheel, Four Sugar Boilers.s Whereas it is repesented to this present Legislative the same is hereby repealed.

2 Bales 3 pt. blankets I Council, that considerable sums of money are due andowing Passed December 10th 1825.A. .
into a corner-even our fiiend 2 do 3 1-2 do do to this Territory, for and OH account of sales of BELLA IY,

jenks, with the whole Island of 1 do 4 do do wrecked property sold at Key West in this Territory, President of the Legislative Council.

fsautucket, were upset in a gal 1 do 4 U2 da do and whereas, some doubts are entertained as to the SAML. FRY, Clerk.

ley. But next to a cloak \\ e 1 dos do proper means of demanding and recovering the same, [Approved December 10th 1825.]
dread a gentleman orator 6 ps. flagg silk 1 hhkfs. for remedy thereof, WM. P. DUVAL,

though ; 2 ps, Qcnaburg Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Councilof i Governor of the Territory of Florida.
of
certainly are men 10 <}oz 1-2 pt gcrman tumblers
the Territory,of Florida That it shall be the
1tllei' dutyof
yet deliver us from all 10 do do do plain Hint do
the Treasurer of this I
gruceC' l declaration'ne elo- 6 liquor cases superior quality: Territory torepair to Key t
West all
or to any or other places necessaryvithin ,
4 bbls.
qU' 11t flourish of an orator's fist 10 sacks sugar coffee this Territory, for the collection of the said money 1f AN ACT .

fittocked: the President of the 6 cases claret wine and if the said Treasurer shall neglect or refuse so to .

United; States and our lrobatcfouJt 2 doz COmstock's cider do, it shall and may be lawful for the Governor of this I|I To amend an act scribe define punishments crimes and for misdemeanors the same. and to pre-

io peices l1 and at the conclusion 7 1-2 dOz porter c Territory, to appoint and commission some suitable

of the argument, we 9 casks nails from 4 to 10d person as collector, who shall give bond with sufficient Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Councilof

found that he had destroyed 2 kegs# powder security in the penalty of ten thousand dollars to be the Territory of Florida, That it shall be lawful for
10 bbls.hiskey approved by the Secretary of this Territory conditioned each and
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63 bales of cotton from Charleston every person, charged with any high crime
14 bags of hOt, assorted for the faithful performance of his duties ; whose and misdemeanor, and who shall be put' trial by
upon
and about 15 vessels 'Butthe 36 pis sad] irons ... duty it stall be, to repair to? the aforesaid port of Key Jury, to challenge fifteen jurors,' peremptorily and
unkindest rut of all' was 30 sacks salt West, or to or all other
any places necessary within I without assigning any cause, and as many'for good cause
he took 011'OUl"! head, which, of 5 bbls. peach brandy this Territory, which said person so appointed and as 'can be shewn.

course, annihilated Barnstable 5 4 fresh tn. corks mackerelSt. assorted commissioned collector, by virtue of said appointment Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Judges in this

county.AVe. Marks, Oct 29, 1825. shall have power in the name of the Governor of FloIda Territory shall give no instruction to the Jury in any
were always in favor of 1 for and on behalf of the Territory of Florida, to case either civil or criminal,except in points of law,
MAKING
CABIJSEr
uprightness dislike demand, receive and receipt for, from any person so and it'shall be taken and considered error in any Judge,
,
leaner consequently AND having any money belonging to this Territory, all and who shall violate this section of this act.

of the sharp elbows ; WJ e aic. every part and parcel thereof, and shall moreover be Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That whenever any

one of these characters destroyed 'lI"(fiN SuoscnDf.rs respectfully inform I- I invested with power to inspect all accounts, papers, person or persons shall be convicted of any of the

the whole stock in tradeOf L their friends and the pub- books or records which shall, or may be exhibited to crimes and misdemeanors set forth in the above recited

one of our valued patrons, lie generally, that they have opened' him, by which can be assertained the sum tar sums so i act, and discretionary punishments have been affixed

and overturned two dwelling | a Cabinet Shop at the corner of due and owing as ,aforesaid, and shall moreover have to the same, it shall be the duty of the Jury that condemns

h uses, a meeting house and ain Monroe Street and Washington powered finally to settle with all, and every person or. to exercise such discretionary powers, and

mill I)oud-in fact make Square, where the business is 'aryl persons against whom this Territory shall have any affix the punishments agreably to the provisions'
they
inure on extensively, and furniture made claim or demand upon the account or in the mannerherein said act. .

two confusion in the world agreeably to best style and most before expressed in anyway which shall appearto Sec. 4. Re it further enacted, That so much of aid

minutes than even our industry modern fashions. said collector reasonable and Just. I act as gives and vests in the court, any discretionary -

can rectify in six hours. Having a large supply of superior Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That if any person powers, to.inflict fines ,or ,,ot .punishments, be and
Another set of mahogany and other appropriatetimber against whom this Territory.hath claim is herein the
plagues your : : any as 'same is hereby repealed; this act, to. commence ,
sPyers, who come to investigate on hand together with readymade before expresed, shall fail to exhibit to such collet- and. be in force:from and after, the first day .of March
toe mysteries of a Print furniture, they will hence be or,.upon application,.a fair account of all sums of.money -' '"-""-*. ., "
s
Shop.- _
They resemble in.a degree, told le always to ableand all order ready forwarded to attend them.ALSO punctually -. ;collected by any such .person,. or shall refuse or .l I Sec 5. Be it further enacted' *:. That.if}any.free -per

lady who cut ns g lecttopY over to s a collector all such sums bC son of color, or slave, shall be found hunting by firelight. .
her bellows -
to open : Turning of' descrip ion will be, money upon' application. _then. it shall- be lawful-. forsuch out side.of his'enclosure or jthreinclosure: >of his owner
discover the secret, why every a collector to commence suit in ,court having' .or master'he"' shall be
the wind done with despatch"and in the best any ; or they whippecf,'not exceeding
ski. &ld! come out- manner.' Rob't, Boyce'& Co. jurisdiction thereof In this Territory against'any such thirty stripes; at the discreUoH. of any court, having

-col otx of matte? upon gal- :Tallahassee,' Nov. 12,1825. tf., person ; and the style of any such suit tf suits shall be competent Jur1sd coon




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Sec. 8, Be.it further tttaeta, That whenever any county courts In the Territory of Florida 1i approved V .', .Jr--. I"- fund, each township and dist,.1tt

complaint shall be made to, or information on oath be 29 December 1824, ai relates to the holding county foresaid shall be entitled to apart -

fore any Justice of the peace, of any offence being com- cQuf ts In the county of,Walton be, and the same is thereof, and no more, as |sod\

milled free of colour slave slaves have accrued from the sums
by any person or or hereby repealed. (IJ of a as
within the county where such Justice is empowered'to Passed December 10th 1825. ey arising from the sale of the set

act, such Justice shall, by warrant from under his ;, A. BELLAMY. lands belonging to such tows s-hi..

hand cause such slave or slaves to be brought before President of the Legislative Council. or district. 0'SIC.

him, and give notice thereof writing to any two or SAML. FRY, Clerk.JJp1'roved 2. And be it further enatt-
,/ That if the g
more of the nearest Justices of the peace of said county [ December 10th 1825.] BY AUTHORITY. proceeds accruing t0 *,
district
township
to associate with him on a particular day in said notice 1 WM. P. DUVAL. ny fund shall be or from sad
insufficient
specified not exceeding three days from the date of Governor of the Territory Flerida.} [PUBLIC-No. 3.1] of schools for t
support therein :
said notice, for the trial of such free person of colour An act for altering the time of holding be lawful for said Legislature, it ah.

or slave} or slaves, and the Justices so assembled, shall AN ACT the Di strict Court in the vest the same, as is herein befoj to

forthwith proceed to the examination of any witness or To alter and amend "An Act to regulate the Counties and establish Northern District of NewYork.Be directed I, until the whole
Courts in the of Florida. it enacted by the Senate and proceed
witnesses and other evidence if County i'crrituiy
any there be, and in of the fund belonging to such
rove
House of Representative* oj"tile
case the offender shall be convicted of crime not ship or district shall be
any Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council United State of America in Congress adequate
capital, the said Justices or a majority of them shall of the after the the permanent maintenance and
Territory of Florida, That from and assembled, That from and after the au po
give Judgment for inflicting any corporal punishment, passage of this act, the office of associate Judge to the next term of the District Court of port of schools within the same.

not exceeding thirty stripes, and also to give Judgment County Court be and the same is hereby abolished ; the United States for the Northren JOHN VV. TAYLOR

against the owner or owners of such slave or slaves, and the presiding: Judge of the county courts respec- District of New-York, the term die Speaker of the House of Rrpresq.latives .

for all costs and damages which shall appear to be tively, is hereby authorised and required to performall reeled by law to be held at Albanyon ,

done by said slave cr slaves ; Provided nevertheless:;, the duties prescribed by the act, to which this is the last Tuesday in January, JOHN C. CALHOUN,
that in all cases before the trial of such slave or amendment be shall instead thereof, be held at Al- Vice President of the United Statci
I an ,, which by said act are required to '
slaves, Notice shall be given to the owner or owners : bany on the third Tuesday in January and President of the Senate
the in with the
performed by safd'Jftdge conjunction
1
of such slave or slaves .<*f: the crime accused of, and aid associate or assistant Judges. in each year thereafter JOHN February QUINCYDAIS, 1020. 1"1"Approved'
JOHN W.TAYLOR,
the of the trial.
day Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Justices of .,.
Sec. 7. Be it Speaker of the House of representa:
further enacted 1'hatvhenevcr the t
the peace in each and every of the counties of this FALL HIVEH.'Ve =r
offence shall appear to be of a capital nature, the said Territory, shall be associated with the Judge of their ti v es. CALHOUN have received the 1 1st number;

Justice shall commit such free person of colour or slaveor respective county courts, for the performance of all Vice-President JOHN of C.the United States, of the Fall River. Monitor, a !paper|
slaves to the Judge of the superior court of the district established
the
business the
required by Eighth and ninth sections of and President of the Senate. just In flourishing
V whose duty it shall be to cause Jury of twelve the act to which this is an amendment, Provided, if 1,1826. village of Fall River, situated on a
Appiovrd--February
free white housholders of said county, to appear at the the said Judge shall not attend It any regular term of JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. golden stream for manufactuer,

court house of said county, within ten days or as soon his court, as in said act is required, that the said Jus- that runs into Mount Hope Bay.

thereafter as may be from the date of said commit- tices shall proceed without him, If a majority of all in Public No- The astonishing growth of this place
ment, and to empannel Jury 3', and hear and determine the shall be [ 4.J in a short period, is an evidence ofj
at
county present, anj term, or if the said An act to revive and continue in
to the evidence the magick effect prodnced by in
agreeably introduced the
by parties.
shall be
Judge at term in said
present any act required force, an act entitled An act fix-
Sec. 8. Jlnd be It further enacted That wheneversuch dustry and enterprize, when appliedto
and authorised he shall
be authorised to progress ing thc: compensation of the Se- manufactures. But few
free person of colour, or slave, or slaves shall be with a years
county business in the aforesaidsections designated cretary of the Senate and Clerk of this rich that

found guilty by said Jury, the Judge of the superior any two or more of said Justices being presentand the House of Representatives, of ago,of and the finest falls stream for mill worksin givesone

court shall proceed to pass sentence and cause execution associated with iiim for that purpose the Clerks employed in their the country, was only interrupted

to be done accordingly} ; Provided always, that a Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That upon all cases offices, and of the Librarian." in its abrupt and rapid course by a
bare attempt to commit a shall be punished by Be it enacted the Senate and:
rape of by
appeal, or probate of any will, granting letters grist and saw mill, and perhaps a
death, or such punishment as the court direct all House of RejzrCBentati'Vetolllze\ United -
may ; of
administration upon intetate Estates, or upon all original trip hamnur, and now it is crowded
other capital crimes shall beP unished agreeably to the States America in Congress
in of the manufacturing
the
cases brought county court, the party with some largest
penal laws of this Territory, law to the contrary asssembled, '1 hat an act, passedthe in
any applying to the court shall pay to the Judge of the establishments t he United
eighteenth ol April, one thousand -
notwithstanding. county court, four dollars for his fees in such case,.at hundred and States; where industry in all her varied ):;
Passed"December 10th ]1825.A. eight eighteen,
toils, her busy and ,
or before any decision thereon shall be rendered; the pursues uninterrupted -
entitled An act fixing cuinpen :,
BELLAMY, which said sum in case of recovery and execution shall sation of the Secretary of the senate course, and every drop
President of the Legislative! Council. of water that once ran useless to the :
be taxed as part of the costs, or in case of probate of and Clerk of the House of Representatives -
SAML. FRY Clerk. 'VI'D10re value than the
sea, now
any will, or granting letters of administration shall be of the Clerks employed
[Approved December Wth. 1825.] washing of the rivers of the Gold
allowed to any executor or administrator paying the in their offices, and of the Librarian,"
j: WM. P. DUVAL Coast, is made tributary to nan, and
same in his settlment of said trust. be, aud'the same is hereby declared
I Governor of the of Florida. e'er it is passed offadds its momen|
Territory Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That said Judge of l') be revived, and to continue iu turn to the force that propels the!

,t, the county court, be and'; he is hereby authorised, on force for three years, and umil the thousand combinations of machine

petition being made, to order notices to be given for termination oi the session of Con ry, whose products subserve the va.-

appearances at the next term of the court, in all cases gress next ensuing. tied purpose of agriculture, com
AN ACT JOHN W. TAYLOR
where notices may be necessary, and also to appoint merce, manufactures, the arts of
during vacation, guardians to orphans, which appoint- Speaker of the House of Representatives elegancies and tile necessaries of
In addition to "An Act to incorporate the City of Pensacok, and .
improve the public roads in the neigborhood thereof. ment shall be subject. to the approval or diapprovalof JOHN C. CALHUUNVice life. Upon one of the most eligible

the court at the next term. President the United States, points of this stream, an en'erpriz

Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Councilof Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the and President of the Senate. 1 ing company have just completed i

the Territory of Florida, That the fifteenth section duty of the Judge of said court to hold two additional Approved-February 1, 1826. cotton Factory Building, of greater,. ..'
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the Blacks
: of the act to which this is an amendment, be and the terms in the year, solely for probate business. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. dimensions than ne ;
and believe the
same is hereby repealed. i- Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That the Office of .. Factory, we larg st*
that is now owned in this State
Passed December 10th 1825. Judge of the county court'''; shall not be deemed disqualification [PUBLIC-No. 5.] \Ve are also inforuied that about ;

A. BELLAMY, to practice Law in the Superior Courts, An act to annul" An act concern- one thousand inhabitants nave been ,

President of the Legislative Council. except in cases of appeal' or error from the court in ing wreckers and wrecked property added to the village during the pa:t

., SAML. FRY, Clerk. which said Judge shall preside, to the superior court ; ," passed by the Govenor and year, and that nearly thirty dwelling :

[Approved December IQth 1825.] and appeals, and writs of error, shall be taken from Legislative Council of the. Teri- houses have been erected in ,

| WM. P. DUVAL, the county to the superior court, In the same manner, tory of Florida.Be that time. Real estate as a neces.

Governor of.the Territory of Flerida. and under the same restrictions, as are imposed in the it enacted by the Senate the and U- sary consequences has risen greatly;

i cases respectively, when appeals or writs of error are House of Kefiresrnfatives of in value and in one instance, it is..

., taken from the superior court to the court of appeals. nited States of America in Congress said a farm in the vicinity, that so=d
assembled That the act of the Govenot' -
Sec. T. Jlnd be it further enacted, That so much of and Council of the not long since for 20,000 dollars
Legislative
AN AC T the act which this is an amendment as is inconsistentwith of entitled '* All will in a few years, at the presentrate
Florida
,
Terilory .
of increase double in value
,
the herein contained and further
provisions no wreckers and wrecked
act concerning:
Making an appropriation for the repairing of the buildings at be and the same is hereby repealed- by the Governor To people thus situated and thus
Fort St. Marks property, approved avail themselves of themear.s
and for other disposed to
pu
1poses. Passed December 9th 1825.A. the fourth day of July, ont
put into their hands, it is
Be it enacted by.the Governor and Legislative Councilof BELLAMY. thousand eight hundred and twenty needless to wish success, for they

the Territory of Florida, That the Governor: make President of the Legislative Council. three, be, and the same is hereby, will command it.

all such repairs, as to}him shall l seem necessary, on SAML. FRY, Clerk, disapproved, and declared null and *2 Id by 40, and five stories high. I!J:

the buildings at Fort St. Marks, out of the fund which [ Jlpproved December 10th 1825. ] void. .

may arise from the rent thereof, and after such repairsthe WM. P. DUVAL, JOHN TAYLOR, The, Cincinnati papers of the 17th '

rest and residue of the amount which has accrued Governor of the Territory of Florida. Speaker of the House of Represen- give the infol'matiougreeable c"l

from the J last year's rent, shall be appropriated to therepairs laiives. JOHN C. CALHOUN, nough to the hundreds of travellers
of the road the AN ACT who have been watching the waters .
to extent of
three miles
commencing Vice President of the TJniled States,
Supplementary to act entitled "an act to alter and amend an that
an day after day for some weeks-
at said Fort St. Marks
Tallahassee. leading to the city of act to regulate the Counties and establish County Courts in the and President of the Senate. there is now sufficient water in thft .
Territory of Florida." -February I, 1826.JUHN .
Approved
C?-._. I' .7 Ohio to enable steam boats to pass ,
t,; 2..Rnd be u junner enacted, That the Governor QUINCt ADAMS.
further authorised to appoint a commissionerto Be it enacted.by the Governor find Legislative Council the Falls, and the river was fast tic

of the Territory of Florida That at the two additional sing. The steam boat Belvider
superintend and carry into effect the provisions of ... ,
terms of the do (PUBLIC-No. 6. ) left Cincinnati on the preceding eve..
the foregoing section, said commissioner to have such County Courts for each county, to pro-
AN ACT to authorize the Legislature ning, with a full freight for Nets t
bate business
that Justices
two being
or presentand
compensation out of the aforesaid funds, as the Governor more .
of the State of Ohio, to sell Orleans.
associated with said shall to road
may deem equitable and Just. Judge, proceed
the lands heretofore appropriated -
Passed December 10th 1825. and county business, .any law to the contrary notwith
for the use of schools in that
I. A. BELLAMY, standing. . From the .National' Mvocate.
President of the Sec. 2.. Be it further,enacted, That the said additi- State. '
Legislative Council.
I BE it enacted by the Senate and CASE.It will to
THE
SAML. FRY, Clerk. onal terms of said county courts, in each and every House of Representatives of the U- TEA
shall be held at the times herein after stated fresh in the recollection of our
[Approved December Wth 1825.] year, nited States of America iu Congress
: V !V WM. P. DUVAL, that is to say. In the county of St. John's on the sec- assembled, That the Legislature ol readers that a number of chestsof

Governor of the Territory of Florida.. ond Monday in March: and first monday in September ; the State of Ohio shall be, and is Hyson Tea, which had been

1 jV In Duval county on the second mondays in June and. hereby authorised to sell and conveyin found in this

., January ; in Alachua county on the third mondays in fee simple, all or any part of the ly taken ) recent

June and January ; in Nassau county on the fourth' lands heretofore reserved and appropriated tba
United States' Marshal on
AN ACT mondays June and January ; in Mosquito county on by Congress for the use .

the first mondays in July and January ; in Monroe coun- of schools within said State, and to ground of a fraudulent con"et.ance

To alter and change the holding of County Courts in the County. ty on the first mondays in August and February ; in invest the money now arising from of them from thr-puHfc

I of Walton and for other purposes. Leon County on the first mondays in June and Januaryin the sale thereof, in some productive store in Philadelphia, without(

Gadsden Countyon y the second mondays in June .and fund, the proceeds of which shall the duties having been paid!, ot
Be it enacted by the Governor and Council be forevei applied under the direction ,
Legislative
January ; in Escambia county on the third monday in secured according la Y.
of the Territory of Florida, That from and after the May and first monday in August ; in Walton county on of said Legislature for the use even chests,

passage of this act, the county courts of Walton shall the second mondays in June and November;in the coun- & support schools within the\ seve- The teas amount to 2245 S O- ;

be held at the house of William Baley, on the'vest ty of Jackson on the third mondays July and January ; ral townships & districts, of country, and are.valued' at about

side of the chocktawhatchie river on the head of ala- and in the County of Washington on the first mondaysof for which they were originally j reserved Yesterday the case wtf; .i

qua creek, until otherwise provided for by law. July and November. and set apart apd for no o- brough t up for, trial in the, District a

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That there shall be ther use or purpose whatever ; Providedsaid tales f
Sec. 3. Andbeltfurtheftnncted. ,, That so much of Court of the U.
held, a county court in the county of Washington, on law land, or ;any part thereof had been'!
advertisement to
the fourth any as requires in newspaper shall,'in no case be sold without the and after the evidence .
monday of April and November, and until authorise said courts to take Jurisdiction of deliveredhis !
the scite shall have any application consent of the inhabitants, of such heard, and the Judge
county been
lished said permanently estab- for letters of administration upon any' intes township or district, to be obtainedin direction to the Jnry, *they,!
court shall !hold
its
sessions at the houseof tate estate letters of will be and
or probate on any such manner as the .Legislatureof
William' M. Loftin, until otherwise provided for. the same is hereby repealed, and such notice may begiven said State pall, by 1 law direct : brought,iq a. spechterdiet 011,1.

Sec. 3f' And be it further enacted, That so much of of the County, And prevved, aUoj that in the apportionment the facts only. We understand

the act to designate the times and places for holding [Approved December 10th 1625.] pf the proceeds of said it is.: to be carried. u p.t1t the 4. ';I'

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court, for adjudication, many idle stories of assassination The. total value of he several Page 446. AN ACT making further Vhen a woman. well known and

iremc points.oflav ; which arc which filled the papers of counties in the State of Ohio according provision for the sale of the pub- so universally-beloved, is translated
on the and ; to the returns of the different lic lands. from those vale of tears
various and conflict- England of the continent, eulogium
aid to be coUnty assessors, is $59,924,770. That from and after the first day seems almost superfluous, for, in the
of the tea and placed beyond :the
Lr. ihc claimants question The population of Ohio, as was stated of July next, all the public land of minds of her numerous friends, her ..

rest their defence on the fad, fact, that an Emperor of Itussiamay by Mr. Wright, one of the rep- the United States, the sale of whichis ,memory is too'strongly impressed to

that they wore bona fide pur like other men, die a nat- resentatives in' Congress from that or may be authorised by law be easily effaced, and their united

chasers/and that they hecame ural death. His life was justly State, in his remarks on th2 Judici- shall, when, offere4 at public sale to testimony of her; merit; forms a stron-
ary; Bill, is now about one million. the highest bidder, be offered in half
of considered here as one of and durable
without any knowledge great ger more panegyric,
so When the mind looks back at the quarter sections ; and, when offeredat '
the fraudulent conveyance, alleged importance to the repose and astonishing growth of this State private sale, may he purchased at than the most artful continuation of

against the importer in I quiet of 1'urope, and his death since her admission into the Union : the option of the purchaser, eitherin studied, expressions can bestow.It .

: in the 1803 when her half sections .is but just, however, to say of the
Philadelphia I 1 On the other consequently gives rise to anxiety year population entire sections, :: ,
was less than 50,000, and then sections halt sec- deceased ; that she was distinguished
it is said, by the United and solicitude. The Holy quarter or quarter
hand, glances forward through an equal. tions. as the mother of the unfortunate, _.
Alliance has lost the

1C11tpt-sseseS a lien; on such animated it, and we a friend becomes bewildered by the complexing FOR TIlE FLORIDA INTELLIGENCER. Her remains were respectfully

dutiable property, as have been and umpire in cases of difficul- probabilities of what may then interred at the meeting house near

obtained from the public stores be the condition, rank and resources No fair can sway my stubbon breast, Maj. Montfort, by the side of my
ty.If Unless with favour bless'd,
of this State. every
int surreptitious manner, to France is wise, she will great That e'er in lover's fancy glowed ; brother John H. Stone ; who departed -

vhich no subsequent contractcan avail herself of this event to as- National Journal. Or lavished nature has bestowed J., this life on the 2d of Novemberlast
on \Materet.. he has left wife and child
a
one
eflectually form a bar. sert her ancient claim to rank as The Trustees oi the University of She must possess an active mind, bemoan his loss.

the first poverin Europe ; andif Alabama have made a report, by By books of taste, improv'd, refinM ;
- m A wit enlightened, whose gay flow; ICP The Editor of the l\'lilc1! e-
-*- that assertion be accompnied which it appears that li,718 acres? Nor wounds a friend, nor mak't a foe. ville Journal will give the foregoinga
B
Ail Aad
Tax ij with of land belonging to that Institution, like her belov'd
some favor to more liberal place inhis, columns, for the infor-
have been soid, producing with interest A heart where warm aflection dwells;
principles and policy, the recognition and rents, the sum of $'7'6, While social goodness ever swells : mation of M%' Stone's relations who

FRIDAY' MARCH\ 17, 1826.. of the new American 956 17. There remains yet for sale, That knows not cunning nor deceit, live in Georgia.
-- In which both truth and candor meet :
: L. M STONE.ST. .
of friend States may be a consequence : 33,361 acres ; and it is supposed: the like thine Elizabeth.To .

Through the politeness a tile of it is one which I have no doubt aggregate produced by the. whole win the love of one like this ---- -_- -=
favoured with
a
"e have been will exceed 75OoOO. U hJ.ppine.9is highest bliss
;
has been 'MARKS 13th March 1826.
Washington) papers as late as the long desired on her Ibid. For hfe would glide, as free from woe, ,
.
21st ultimo, iioni which we have part, but which from her con- As thou blessed days spent long ago: Sailed Schooner N. Carolina capt.
with Mary S.- Melvin] for Apalachicola and Mobile.
made a few extracts. The bill gran- nexion with pain, and fear of By the annual report of the Comptroller But when shall the fair one find, Arrived schooner Thorn 5 days

in? preemptions to the settlers in Russia, has up[ to this moment of the city of :\c W-York, it In whom these: charms are all combined ; ,

Florida as late as the 1st January, been looked event appears that there wa.> a Ves,-such a onc, I've Ih ed to see; from Pensacola with provisions for
1&25, w.is icad the second time in upon as an Balance in the Treasury, December To point her out, i tub n to thte, J. & N. Hamlen.
rather
commercially to be wished Dear Ann.
he House of Representatives, and for than 31, 124, $ 2,301 x4 I1ORAT1US XE&OI'U.

rdered to a third reading ; a very politicially" likelyto Receipts during the 0-:.' '.';" -"" ,- -. ..... .;., "" ..--. -. Not by the Angelina so anxiously
feeiije opposition; was made to thebill take place. last year, 778,077 82 looked for, but by the Thorn Capt.

L !but which had no more effect OBITURY NOTICE. Day, the subscribers have Just received -

before the overflowing resso-iings of On the retirement of Mr. Jefferson 7 0,387 06 DIED, at Chipola, in the 40th an extensive assortment of

Col.! White, and Mr. from the Paid out on Groceries Provisions .etc. from N.
our Delegate Presidency, he hi30 warrants, 750,592 year of her age, irs. ELIZA STONE, ,
0\vtm Alabama in ,,"home havean carried but little with him to wife of Coi. Henry D. Stone. Orleans, vi: : '

a-jle advocate ; then the attempt I meet the expenses at Mouticel Balance in Treasury December I should not satisfy the mournful. 10 hhcis Sugar, "
,
impede the progress of the Mis- lo. lie is
si 1JJjH| by shoveling sand iu.to its of the The i 'i,he total amount of the city det.t permitted the grave to enclose the 50 sacks Coffee,

current ; the proceedings are too age. patriot, states- : at the same dale was $9)7.27: 99- remains of my affectionate, and kind 70 do Salt,
man and philosopher-the tra- 500) Ihg. Bacon,
for this weeks raper.
lengthy havingreceived Out. of the above expenditure oi step-mother, without recording some
"y rather tale, we will layit I e ill"r and fOl'cigner-Lhe man 2>760D1J2, me some of 1 17; ,09 re- testimonial of her virtues.It i'O bbls prime Poik,

before our readers in our next. of science-the youth of the tall s to UK police and the administration must be l left to the social circle, 30 do Mackerel,
20 doVhiskey,
-- Country-all bent their steps towards of justice and 10rjOO is of which she was the charm and the 0 do peach Brandy,

Extract of a htlcr frvm J. Ji. Hayes the abode of the venerable for the canal celebration.: The celebration pride, to dwell upon the recoilcc- 20 do Molasses,

doled Gibraltar L'cc. 1 lS 2o. patriarch, and his doors of the 4th of July cost $1, tions of that genius which delighted, 51 casks nails assorted, from 3d
2bl bl and ot'the 2Jtt November
,
HOn( the nidit} r.f the 6th
a
of those acquirements which instructed to Sod.
to receive and
fj were ever open 119 52For the common schools
terrible sale was experienced i in of that grace of manner 10 do floor Brasd,
entertain them. charities of the city there is an item -
this harbor ; upwards of 2CO of lO,70-j. and form which attracted, and of 5 bbls. mess Beef,
It must be to
painful even ,
of which 5 kegs Tobacco,
vessels were driven on shore. Ibid qUit sweetness disposition
4G of them 'irrd grant the small ._privilege he endeared her to them. They. will 4 bbls. Shad,
---- --- foiiare--J------ --0--- ves- asks, when we reflect who it is I spoakofher while "holds* I 20 boxes Speim and Tallow :
scls. The Tontine \\uuld haverode FOR THE FLORIDA INTELLIGENCER. memory I
that presents himself for legislative Mi. Bc1zlor.-A'J the laud aules vi'the her seat" within them, for no virtue, Candles,
it ouHiut: fur two or three > 20 do Soap
favnr ; but we can say United States regulating the en nor grace, will be presented to
,
larger vessel foul of o do Porter,
!* drifting; with confidence that if a bill is try and sales of puohc lauds at the them without associating the remembrance 2 Mdrsailles Claret
LIT. }:?l'ly mi the morning oft of her in whoom casks
vii'tue
different Land Uilues the -
parsed, the chances in such a ; quantum every 12 cases Bordeaux do.
tIe 7th. 1 (lj-co\eiTI the routine embraced in an application, and grace were found ; 1 who loaf
lottery will be eagerly sought 3 bbls. Sugar,
!shewing i ; ; a feignal of (listless for and the result bb entirely and the right given to the Register make this brief record, speak of her 12 cases Comstock Cider,

a lfcifieiriz\ ; then foul of may and Receiver charge fees of officeto from an experience of her more than 10 do Mustard,
< JLei. satisfactory to the venera- the purchaser, have become matters motherly kindness. Tea Caddies
". (4m: it till hlowhiir! a gale. 2 chests Imperial
ble petitioner-much more so, of discrepance in the pupliL The education of Mrs. Stone, was 6 boxes fresh Raisins,

After hiring: a huat and ten men, no doubt, than legislative pro- opinion ; 1 have thought proper to superintended by the fondest of parents 5 bbls. Vinegar,

1 succeeded i in geuiijg a board, vision. The freemen of this make a few extracts from differentacts who never found their labours I 2 bbls. Lamp Oil, *

"%%hen the 'wwither appeared of congress, passed since 1810, I cask hoes
country would raise a piincely unprofitably wasted ; they found in :1 i plantation ,

flatteriui; uniii night, when it sum for Thomas Jefferson, if he now which in 1 force believe that to have be all the acts her a heart greatful for their cares, 50 plough Moulds, ;
'
again! IHL\\' trelllendousl T. Twovrt any bearing and an understanding which knew 500 do German Steel,
I would consent to accept it.I" on the subject in question, I hope "
2 Iron
... how to them and when tons ,
is foul of appreciate
being as we were I ;
I He JY. 1ct 'ocatt'. you will give a place in jour paper 1 dozen frying Pans,
she entered into life the fruits of
dragged: about half a mile fur should there be however any act of do Shovels
1 ,
tL'cr, and brought up off thepupt BY LAST E VVIXG' MAIL.WASHINGTON Congress under which fees of office their attention appeared. As a daughter 2 do'/en sets scales and Weights,
could be charged or the purchaser and as a sister, she was all their
;
of rocks near the Mole. } 10 bbls. Allum Salt,
Feb. 7 of lands restricted the affection could wish, and the lavish
public to entry
1 it t U? !horns! of cable out and Mr. 2 crates stone Jugs,
of Penn
Hemphill _reporteda
of any quantity of land under a eulogiuuis of her friends were the 1 cask Ox Chains.
nil\', n ing in a good birth. AVe bill, to authorize the President to
section ; 1 would be much obligedto sweet and certain evidence of her B the return of the Schooner:
lost boih blats and received cause to be made the necessary surveys any gentleman for such information worth. Her mother, however, was Thorn) shall receive a further supply


considerable damage in spars. plans and estimates of the humbly concehing that such taken from her at an early age, and Groceries & Pro"isions.
routes, and constructions of a Canal
:sing: &c. Such a time has from the south of the St.ii information (paying a strict regardto she was left with the surviving chil- J. &N. Haralen.

ne\er been experienced here. l ary's river country, through the Teritory justice and truth)_would meet the dren and an aged father to struggle"in St. Marks, March 17.
.
public approbation. wide ,,'orldvithout other ..
Dead) bodies arc daily drifting Florida, to connect the Atlantic Middle Floridian.See a
on shore.1 with the Gulf of Mexico, and Canals aid than the kindness of zealous and RECEIVED PER THORN,

t 1'r the Florida affectionate friends, of these, how
urn thence to connect
Land sales of the United States AND FOR SALE FOR.
Canal with the Mississippi river, ever, she was not destitute ; for
The London Post passed April 27th Iblo and Janu-
morning at or near New-Orleans, designatingwhat l who that kneher was not her .
that ary .0lh i57, page 119 8- 123. (g ]]
says inlbrmaaon has hern
of said Canal may be friend 1Her
parts
The fees payable _by virtue of a
received which leaves uo doubt iiidcte capable of huat, sl.,op, or ship former law to the Register of the virtues appeared in their 20 bbls. prime Pork,

of the fact that the Emperor navigation, t7c. Read twice, com- several land offices, for the entry of brightest lustre when she became a 10 hhds. Hams & Middlings.

Alexander was strangled. ned( ami ordrri'd to be printed, lands and for certificates of monies wife, and the care of five mother- Henry Bond.

:Mr. While of Florida, offered paid, shall no longer be demandable less children had devolved upon her ; March 17.
the following i resolution, which lies from'nor' the of she formed
: paid by purchasers was to ornament and to A
Extract of a letter dated London, jLie day on the table : public lands, that the fees heretofore delight the circles of fashion ; but

December 22d. Jtcsolvcdj thai uie Secretary of payable for patents for lands, the embarrassment of a fond hus- ( ()VF@WllimI 1)

'.Yesterday! 1 dined with treasury: be directed to communicate shall no longer be paid by the pur band with her five children, (my- .
: to this House, copies of the WILL
-7-. He had been at; the Fo- registers or abstracts of the claimsto chasers. self one of them) pointed out another practice LAW in Leon
Han rffire See an act approd 20th April she left the and the counties. His office
; in the morning;. lands hi East Florida, lately deposited sphere ; gay world adjoining:
where 1815, page 405, establishing the without reluctance is in the city of Tallahassee
he learned the or regret, to
the pause of in his department by compensation of the Rcgisteis and
the Emperor of luis-ia ;s death. commissioners of that District, Under Receivers of the different land offi shine at home ; her fireside was the Florida.1 March 11 tf
It of three thousand scene cheerfulness and the cho-
the quantity ,
and Receiver
that
appears he was ut ces Register shall
Ta-anro"
five hundred acrt-s-with the general sen fe.wvho sought it loved to speakof
,
receive of
on the sea of an annual sal&ry five hun- m'@I s) l1Q
Asoph with
impress his report of said commissioners, containing dred dollars each and a commissionof the value of woman, whose first

to whom he hnd heen their reasons for the admission one per centum on the moneys care was to record the affections ofa A small quantity best Sea-Island

recently reconciled aftpr a long or rejection of the said clahns ; received, as a compensation for their husband, and to instruct, educateand cotton seed, applied for soon.

rupture, and was eiijfiying the and full copies, with the evidenceand services &c. Provided always, that cherish his orphans. She had a St. Marks, March 8 1826.

festivities of the occasion when desi ion of all claims over that the whole amount which any Register very fine son, on the second of

he look a severe cold. by which quantity which have been made and or Receiver, shall receive under March inst. and took her aerial RECEIVED PER ANGELINA

'be entirelylost his voice- From lately deposited in the TreasuryDepartment. the provisions this act, shall flight to the congenial climes of

his attact I. not exceed for one year, the sum of ether, on the 5th day of this instant, AND FOR SALE FOR
it was supposed he Resolved, That the Committeeon 300Q. '
$
[ she has left nine children and an a-
aarecovered, hut having expo- Commerce be instructed to inquire The Registers of the different land ged husband, who is the survivor of CD aiaa
sed himself into the expendency of repea : offices shall be from
somewhat he had a precluded entering three wives, to bewail her loss ;
elapse lug' the 10th section of an act eon their books @ ;
,
which on any application bbls. Pork :
occasioned a de- whose claims upon her surviving relatives mess < :
tied the collection -
for
"an act to provide : for lands in their
uxion in own name, 10 leaf Lard
his chest that and friends ; are of the high- kegs ,
8uon !
of passed7th
duties ,
on imposts and in the name of other
irtoinated his existence' having May 1822 ; and that the ports of trust for them ; any and if any personin Register est nature ; and will, no doubt receive 15 bbls. brown Sugar 0 "-."."'
from 10 bags: buck Shot, ;
that
them
owever in Pensacola and protection
his "testament i St. Augustine Key. hall l wish to purchase any tract
ortuaire" maned Constantine West, be allowed the same privile.. of land, he may do it by applicationin and friendly attention which will in 5 bbls. Molasses,
Salt.
S his successor. Thus ges in regard to the benefit of draw- writing to the surveyor general, some measure, compensate for the 10 bags ground Liverpool

0 shame are put back, as are given to ports of the U. who shall enter the same on books loss of an affectionate wife, and a I H.; Bond.

the fabricators of the I I States. kept for that purpose by him. kind an indulgent mother February tf

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The Monkey and the Donkey. ; EQUI.ry'BETWEEN'; MEN.THE .. In full,-tn part, or
eighteen months ago) raised the .j A gentleman of u.r.acfrequently nothing
and after the
In number twelve to its fifteenth has picked sale, he shall co :
one of the Balearic Islands quaintance toiled himself
undersigned having discharged f"
there dwelt a retired general of po wer-that is to say, multiplied i.P in many parts of North i labored with th.e. greatest morally from all claim, lega.wj]]'. :

France, or rather one who was ed number into itself fifteen CrolinaIn Iredell county, : exertions in the power of man for against him, individually,'
induced to leave his native soil times, so as to make and read within an hundred yards of the last six years, to protect and Avith John M'Kinne or any
by the revolutionary proceedings off in his head trillions. He Statesville there is a field in promote the interest of all his creditors : person.

in 1790. His fortune was can multiply three figures by which a wagon might be conveniently ,importance in business,of the such like not magnitudeand recorded by What his talents property and he. may !
iii dash
small, his pursuits confined, and three figures. The whole is loaded with loadstone of in history. He is resolved to that time, shall be "mine !
his acquaintance limited ; he performed by the bare strengthof this kit pd. He obtained a piece; : bring the whole of his business, to a thine. n4 t

was remarkably fond of animals memory, for it is done in the of about four pounds weight that final close, and to resign his stc:wart- HENRY SHVL

and had a great faculty in usual: way, there is Jio mysteryin lifted a piece of iron weighing' ship. (O::r The sale will continue'

taming them ; his great hobby it, no shot method or plan of .. half a pound from the ground, ; A man mere who has agent property of his creditors owes money, is the posed day to of-day, until the whoe! j is 1

was to induce animals of 'various his own. This faculty was and it required considerable I A man may pay his debts as well with property All

genera to dwell in peace to- I discovered in him at about eight shaking to disengage it. This is as with paper,called nlC>I1ey. counts persons against having him, will unsettled p 1 0U

gether. Amnii" these creatures years old, and has most astonishingly doubtless, the kind of loadstonethat Assignments made by men who present them for settlementthe eat.
fail
in trade said -
are 'to be made for
were twit donkeys and a moil improved since that disengaged the ploughshare the general benefit of all their creditors day ol sale. H, $. t
key ; at (first the antipathy of time. oft the Ivockingharn ploughman ; and such assignments are ; Hamburg, So. Ca. Feb. 1 0, I

the donkeys was so great, that We understand it is the intention and the same that imparted sanctioned by law: yet, such assignments I
Pug's life was continually in Of his farther to educate magnetic properties to the arc commonly made to one or THE subscribers would inJi
danger. He being compelled to hill at West' Point, if he canIH'OCUl'C boring irons of the waterborers two of their particular friends, who citizens of Tallahassee'its
are called assignees, thereby assigning \ vicinity, that they still
live under the same roof with for him a place at that some time since, we believe, the remainder of their'effects in- < in the practice of medic coq'engaged

them, like a .prudent animal,, institution. in Virginia.'V to the Jiockets of their assignees and and grateful for the patronage he
determined to and conciliate 'Savanuah Republican their creditors
try get nothing. \tofore bestowed ; solicit a co '
them. lie watched the nature TIIE B OS TO.,VBJ1RD. He will, on tuesday, the 28th of ance of the same : they have just
RAISING Wr3 TER. March next, at 10 o'clock A. i1I. offer
The -
of their and being
provender, following paragraph appears for sale at Public Auction' for ceived a fresh supply of drugs
often at liberty, never failed The report of a committee at the conclusion of the cash, all his property, viz : Two medicines, which they offer for .
to bring them vegetables or" for examining farms in forcestercountyMassachusetts I 1 history of the life of this child HUNDRED: LOTS, or upwards, (among at their shop on the north side oft r

fruit. Mutual interest healed ( :! ,.) notices of genius and eccentricity.do .-W e which there are some wharf lots) in CAPITOL SQUARE where one of twill !
the discord which no other the method which Colonel not think that any of the the town of HAMBURGH, in fee simple at all times be found, when

means could"have accomplished, ilenry, of Wesiboro', uses to work has been sent to Baltimore, improved and unill proved.-His ]professionally engaged. .
lease-hold interest in of HAM- WATKINS & TUCKER.!
and soon the friendship of Pug draw water from a deep well, tosupply and therefore) recommend the BURGH, on about three part hundred lots: March 8th 1826.

and the donkeys became as no- his cattle in a large pas- Board to send Dine ; we thinka and houses, until ist January, 1828 ;
torious as their former hatred ture. The well stands on high few' copies miglit 1 be sold here, and his interest of one fourth, in fee LAW NOTICE.

and dissention. Pug now ground : cue leg .of a siphon at least he shall not want for our simple, of the same after that time ; THE

thought, that the donkeys were formed of lead pipe, is placed in best efforts in his behalf. one thousand acres of land, near the subscripers having ce
Y2 town, in fee simple, several likely netted themselves in their profs
'the gainers by his friendship, the well, and comes over thetop. F.ram the life of the Boston Bard. negroes, his claim interest in the sion, as ATTORNEYS and COUNJ
and reaped all the sweets of .; the other leg is carrieddown Bridge, across Savannah river, be- LOllS at LAW, will attend the Su
th tt rare bund, he therefore resolved the hill, below the levi "1 do believe that 1 have done tween Hamburg and Augusta, that rior and Inferior courts of Jack

to have some return for of the water iu the well. The more good in the world than 1 is, two .thirds of, the landing, o Gadsden, and Leon counties,
water flows have done mischief in it- which the SouthCarolina: end of the the court of Appeals held in Tat!b|
the numerous carrots and hens continually through : hassee. Their office is in
therefore the Bridge stands, from now until 1st Tallaha
lie gave them. Several times this siphon, or !bent pipe, and affords world is in my January, 1828, and one fourth of the see, where they may at all times!
he. 1 placed provender in theirjnamrers I a supply for his whole debt, which (debt t has now a landing, in fee simple, after that consulted.

., and then enticed them stuck The following description 1 : most excellent opportunity of lime-his ,interest in a bond for titles David B. Macomb.

with morsels and a peculiarcliatter of the siphon is given in discharging, by purchasing the given by Edward Rowell andValter \\ m. Allison M'ReaJMarch
jjl'e\r; ter's present sketch of my life, and \ Leigh to Henry .'"huhz and 11.' til 1
had L
: as soon as they Encyclopedia, article thus Lewis Cooper, in 813 for $8,500,
learned it, he used to place the Jfiieuinatics : enabling useful in me to proceed .i n .landing for the Bridge on South James F. Trotte, } Attachment
herbs! and then hasten to the "The siphon is a hent tube being m.YdaY and generat Carolina side of the river, and not vs. > Leon Super
"
animals, leap on the back of one, employed in conveying a fluid. on. performed-his claim or interest ian n Wright & Triplet. ) Court.ALL .

and then begin his chatter, the from one vessel I or place to an attachment levied on the Bridge person concerned are he
SHORT WORK OF IT. on 9th March, 1821, for &4,100hisclaim
animals immediately set oft'to other. By imnierMiig one ex- or interest in another attachment desired to take notice, th
I have this levied
reach the spot where the food 1 tlentlt T. of the tuhe in the water Sempronia is the daughter of a levied on the Bridge on 9th ment in the day above stated an case Alt,

was deposited ; the delight oi f to be transferred, and extracting substantial mechanic, and has received March, 1821, for$7, 160-his claim. one lot of corn supposed to be f .
pugas not to be exceeded : the ah- from it by means o f good education, which withgood or interest in the sum for which the ; ISO to 200 bushels, also, on tl rot
sense and a fine set her Bridge sold, say $70.000, paid and
person
stacks of blade fodder, and all
he screamed chattered and a the
mouth
((01'
pump, by ,) off to every advantage in all camp received on deposile by the Branch i
tools Walnut Hill
farming al
,
urged: the one he rode turill pressure of the atmosphere acting nies. The first time I saw Sempronia of the Bank of the Mate of Georgia, on one plough at Gen. Call's.
the lace. The old general, as upon the surface of the water H was at a dancing school ball in at Augusta, in their own bills, and I All of the above named e r.j
prop
soon as he disco ert'cl the prank, causes it to ascend into the Broadway. She was dancing a cotillion for tolls of Bridge, received, legally! 1 pointed out by the plaintiff as tl

was so charmed, that he often tude ; and if the issuing leg while my eye happened to or illegally,by said Bank, amounting property of the defendants, levied o
rest for a moment upon her fine face to about $32,000, and both of whichis
induced pug to repeat it beforeany (that part in which the water and by a very singular chance we now in suit, between Shultz and the 28th Win.day of November 1825.

guests who_ were with him, descends) be longer 'than the both found ourselves gazing at.each Breithaupt and the Bank of the State Leon CAMERON, Sheri,
and particularly before the J llglish hiving leg, (that in which the other at the- saue moment of timeThe of Georgia, in the Supreme Court of County, February 10.

naval officers, \\ ho frequently water ascends,) the water will encounter of keen eyes general. the United States-his claim or
continue ly produces an explosion in the both right, of crossing the bridge or ferry STORJ1GE4COJJfMISSIOJ1
called him when flow
on to through iC
om.V hat was the consequences free of toll, for near eighteen
there, for the purpose of conveying tube." with Sempronia I do not know, but years to come, or in the money paidnor m& J1 m 9
to him all the intelligence with myself every feeling of my soul it, acquired by purchase from the
they., cool ) of the affairs of the COMMUNITIES.It jeemed to shout out into rapture and legatees of Walter Leigh, deceased, APPALACHICOLA. BAY.THE .
continent.Extraordinary. enthusiasm.V hen she crossed over which right is in these words' viz : subscriber respectfully i i
is stated that about 200 families 1 (gazed upon her fine form- 'reserving to himself the right of his frienda and the

of the adjacent parts of hen she swung round, my eye followed crossing the said Bridge or Ferry, zeus of the country generally,Cit
Boy'rhel'e; Pensvlvania and Delaware, : htTbeautiful bust-when the for thirty years, free of toll, for him- he has commodious Store Houses
Is in the Village of Athens, i n have associated: under the title I music gave forth a livelier strain self and family, white and black, with this place, for the reception of print '
this tate, a boy, the son of of "she association my heart seemed to chime with it. I their carriages ')f pleasure and profit duce and merchandise. All bus
Judge Clayton, something up- friendly" for turned,! round, looked at other girls, and all persons in his employment ; entrusted to him will be thankful,
,val ds often years old who mutual interest- and purchased took a pinch of snuff; went down and if sold by his executors, the purchaser received, and the strictest altentii
the possesses the \ alley: Forge works, stair. s and smoked a segar, read the to enjo the slid right for the paid to the dispatch of all ordc
most
astonishing arithmetical [ with large tracts of land adjacent evening papers but all would not balance of term." His claim or interest which he may be favouredvithpr
powers of umid 1 l do. Sempronia's fine.form was in in the Bridge Company's Ban- duce 'sbi
for iinn;ediate consigned t.o: him can be
The Editor of this paper has and occupation my thoughts-Sempronia's expressive king House, in the city of Augusta; ped direct to Mew Orleans or a;
improvement. On the
22d stood it his claim or interest in the team
seen this child, and heard him eye as were before and southern port
exercise his wonderful geniusmore inst. 15 of the members met on appeared to my fancy half melted Boat Hamburg his claim or interest WILL Lqj)1) NEVES Jr.
the location, and subscribed2HOOU into passion and feeling. I threw in the property of Barna M'Kin-.
than once, and can safe t t dollars to make the the segar under the grate, flung thepaper ne, now in suit, between the assignees February: 10 3t
establishment. ...
vouch for the correctness of the into the fire, went up stairs of the said M'Kinne and himself, ,
following statement and in a lute '' got an introduction to Sempronia, in this state-his claim, right and B L/lCK SMITH WOR&subscriber r
Athens Leu duel, which '.'S ties. danced with her all "the rest of the title to two hundred and sixty two n
1 his child says evening, and carried the seiee with lots in the town of Brunswick, Geo. HE gives notice
can reduce any given -- such vigor that she surrendered in and many other items of properly, J -Ithe Citizens of Tallahassalso
number of miles to inches, years TIle Fayetteville Sentinel Len days, and married me in an other too tedious to mention. the public in general, that
to seconds, &c. perf rmiug the states that loadstone is found fortnigh "Lam now the happiest For the whole of which properr y> has a Smiths Shop on the 'iff
ole.opel.'ation in his head,and in great abundance, in J (}cking- man wi; existence, and every single he will receive in payment the lTiils, street, north of the public Sqitf
of The Bank Those who will favor him *
will give the result lellow ought by all means to Hamburg-- The Bills
ham patronize "
as N. C. It
quick first
as county, was the dancing masters. of The Bridge Company Bau' .-, Augusta their custom, their work shall
an expert calculator can do it discovered by a person who was N. Y. Courier. -his individual Not,e5, Dueor done faithful, at as low prices asj
with a pen or pencil. He was ploughing ; the share of his r not due-1-his endorsemer ts, bonds times and place will afford,

z asked, in the presence of some plough was suddenly disengaged mortgages, and any other-'Just claims' Jon Gre m..
gentlemen lately thee from its against him,no matter i ru what February 10 tf...
questions place, and clung 10 Making pins by steam-An of what kind shapeor i. :
which he solved with all the loadstone so strongly as to immense structure is now buIld- soe\er, including
Bridge Company BUIS: (
I or Notes on t} m .ram
immaginable ease and exPldltlon'H0N i- require considerable exertion to ing near London, by Messrs. which1'ndgements" have been obtained

many inches were extricate it." Taylor & \"right, for the manufacture whether in South-Carolina or subscriber having taken I t '
there in one million three hundred The above paragraph has of pins. The build- Georgia, as he., will\ regard the Notes THE pf G. DA Vii

and seventy three thousandand been "going the rounds" for ing is 185 feet long, 40 feet "or judgement"Bills themselves, only, whether and Co. vail,hereafter; sell goodsCash i

eighty nine miles'-how sometime, and by the 1 avidity wide and 50 feet high ; it contains face ot them be written. across the and.. ; decline runn; ing accou:

many seconds were there in with which it is_'copied, it is presumed 1:20:: windows besides loop- In short, any or not thing v what bears ., of which np.Uce.customers and those are requestedtake indebtedmake tt

97 years: seven months, fifteen that some of the editorsdo I holes. 'I'he pins are to be made his name, if it has not already been payment the earliest oppoi t '

days, nine hours and forty min understand the nature of' entire by one blow of the ma- paid, will be received in payment. :nit)'.--:=l-he usual assortment i is W
utes'-'Ho w often will a wheel this .loadstone." Many parts chinery the rate of 10,000 As there is property amply abundant had oji the lowest terms in thiS ell l lun.

jive feet six inches in diameter of our country 'abound in that per minute, : they are for export whatsoever to pay all claims against him Abraham Russel, j ;' ,

.. turn over in ninety miles'-. < kind of ore cnlll magnetic iron trade. ing to his. creditors, and U, in fact, belong-. N. B. AH kinds of produce wiI.l1
and
\V hat is the cube ; he having: taken in exchange for goods. .
fddf t of twenty ore, particularly the western I I resolved to :give up all, if necessary, February 10 if*
four millions seven hundred parts of North Carolina.. It is COLD-The mercury fell to to pay the whole : should they give ,. r

and forty three thousand six to be found in the fields and differs 16 degrees below zero, in Salem of any thing like a, fair price for it, all 1 PRINTING 1i"at

hundred* r and. eighty, two/ He in no respect. from the ap- Mass, on the 1st instant It them i$now can for be.his paid.creditors to Executed with neatness and ,d Ltd ,
say this ofct.
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