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Title: Florida intelligencer
Physical Description: v. : ; 48 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ambrose Crane
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 14, 1826
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Feb. 19, 1825 issue.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1827.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended: Feb. 19-Aug. 20, 1825. Cf. McMurtrie, D. The Beginnings of print. in Fla., 1950.
General Note: Started by publishers of Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser as "branch office." Cf. McMurtrie, D.C. Beginnings of printing in Fla.
General Note: Publisher: A.S. Thurston, <July 22-Dec. 8, 1826>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 17 (Feb. 24, 1826).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY HYAIBROSE f j (r i:, '.r, .'f',... I i [PUBLIC Nb.VjR 9.) ] before Constantinople became the J rist are deemed the chief. "Wiih: :

CRANE, I ..'Fe,-...<./tit: ';;..'.'.. AN Ate I' to extern the limitsof chief seat of the empire. This pat- respect to Babtisrh"says Mr. 4d. .
,,.....:--'\ riarch was immensely powcrfnl be- ams ** !
-:: : am not aware that
t' fin. the District they
.T :tv. Georgetown,
Authorised to print the La\ysr of >. | \; '.!'.....-. ;,..: ,,- fore the Grecian states were over- hold any peculiar opinions as to its

STATES and of the rl ttorv ,- j -"':, .- <........ { I of C'olumbri. and the Turk
UNITED f ....-. : run conquered by nature ; with the church of Rome
Florida.JV'tt \( ACk' Be it enacted by' the Senate And their '
of : : :1 notwithstanding present they maintain its neces ty to salvation -

; : Five Dollars per annum|. and House of Representatives oppressed condition, vet this is so in that it washes away originalsin
AUTHORITY.
.
able in advance. 3. :,of the Unitedtate.\ of America lucrative and enviable an office, ; they use trine immersion,

Advertisements: inserted on '.-e [.IU-'-> f) United Stales, passed at in Congress asseln I sled7 That that "in the space of two years, that I which is no doubt the most ancient

ll'i. : the nineteenth Con- I stayed at Constantinople says M. manner, and the child though not
custom d'y terms. j j : >rsi' ii of ;;in addition to..the limits prescri- Grelot different I
._ two patriarchs two months old must t>e solemnly
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; gress.
== : bed by an at supteraentary\ j to gave for their patriarchship, the initated in the church
Rl GSD No.7. as a catechumen -
"e 131 .1 E. )1.1 t r.Lic ])
.\ >\N C ')' appropriations for :an act elltil/d"IT-J act to a- one 50,000 the other 60,000 crowns, I through the medium of its '

.t t...!' f-uoksand derra :y.iend-M'u JhiM'Jrfr! George as a present to the Grand Senior.' sponcors, when exorcism is used.

t aX.l ll1i power P + *
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9 ih ..rui. expences for the Use town7 approved third March, : r ...r -re. _
? is maintained the
hand by"
on one
: iuJS.riOt.Ts rch t-cuui '} in of the Library of Congress.Be one thousand eight hundred and i HUGS. .
the of the Turkish
their friends and the public it enacted b) the Senate and authority monarch An Ohio farmer recommends coals
nine, th said limits between i and on the other, by his right .
useful in
as fatning lc Sfl'l.
grin-rally! that they have opcueu House of Representatives of the Linked I! giv--

a Cabinet: Shop, at the corner of States America( in Congress seventh and eighth streets shall II excommunication the disobedientof in,; his hogs a small q tathtit}' daily,

Monroe Street and Washington assembled{ That the sum of five be further extended so as to extend the Greek Church. His influence .say two pieces of cacti, about the

Square, where the business is carried thousand dollars be, and the same is westwariily\ from layette with the Porte is very extensive size of a hen's egg, they discontinued -
as far his nation is
on extensively, and furniture mad hereby, appropriated out of any money street, three hundred feet. concerned. as His own rooting, Wt re more quiet,
memorials
are never and fatten faster. lie
to
agreeably to best style and most in the Treasury, not otherwise JOHN appeared -
W.TAFLOR, denied; and he can, in fact com- omitted the coal a few da\ sand
fashions. for the oi .
modrtn appropriated, purchase
:
Speaker of ihe House of Representatives mand the death, the exile
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Having a large supply of superior books, under the direction of tnc imprisonment they commenced rooting ; he gave '

mahogany and other appropriate: Joint _Library Committee, for the JOHN CALHOUN I for life depositions from offices, it again and they ceased to root-
or fine of Greek
timber! on hand together with readymade use of the Library ot Congress. Vice-President of the pecuniary any lie supposes that ih? coal correctsthat j
United States whom he be inclined
furniture, they will hence t ea'w SEC. 2. And be it further enacted and President oPths may punish morbid fluid in the stomach \
Senate. with rigor, or who has treated hi
which incite them
s to
jhlfand ready to attend Thai of hundred and root deep "j
the
: ::.\ punctually snm two JOHN
QUINCY ADAMS authority with cont lnp\. And his in search ,of fresh ea.rthj-\m Farmt'r.
to all orders forwarded them. neihetT-five dollars and twenty nvi- i
11 right of communication gives him .
-ALSO- cents be, and the same is hereby, THE GUELK |
CHURCH. a singular) degree of influence andanthor'ity The
following method ,
of win be of adopted '
description
Tinning every :ppropriuted oat any unappropriated The
done with despatch and! in the best money in the Treasury, for defraying Greek Church following from account of the as nothing has a more by any farmer, will enable: him to
is Benedict'sHistory terrifyiug to that thana fatten
aspect people forty head ol tit for
hogs
manner. Rob't P. Boyce fcJ Co. i f the expense of two stoves, of all
.
Religions.J. centence of excommunication, market.
Tallahassee, Nov. 12, 1825. tf. and nine tons of coal for the use of{ I. Of the ise of In the month of February ; <
i the Greek Church.Multitudes
which they reckon the four
the of among greatest sow acres of oats-in the .
Library Congress.
of the first converts to and most tremendious eviis. month of March
JOHNSpeaker W. 'fA YLOH. the I latter nt! of 1

FOR SALE. of the Houce of Christianity resided where were once The patriarch of Alexandria resides the month, Soother four acres, and 1 \,
Representatives.
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the ancient republics( of Greee, generally at Cairo, and exercises in the month oi April sow fuur' acres i '

THE fourth part of the undivided JOHN C. CALHOUN.-. and spoke the Greek language, in i his spiritual authority Egypt .I more, and alsu plant four acres r.' ';

tract of land called "Walnut which the New Testament was Nubia, Lybia, and part of Arabia. of corn in the latter end of the monthof
Vice-Presidmt of the United Stales
Hill of 400 written. And after Constantine the Damascus is the principle resi- June. \Vhen
containing upwards and President of the Senate tIlt: firs: sow oatsbe5'lr1
acre APPROVKD--March..3 1826. Great had removed the seat of em- dence of the patriarch of Ainioch, to turn yellow let the hogs r
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pire from Rome to Constantinople, whose jurisdiction extends to Mes- ill the first ,
1 deem it useless to state the JOHN ADAMS. sown lot, ami: let Vt ai
QUINCY ;
particular situation, or the advantages the bishops of these two famous ci sopotarnia, Syria, Cilicia, and o- : take it, and so on till tit Y'e .
.... ties: became rivals for preeminenceand ther .
.. provinces.The
!estroyed all the 10. of :
of soil, water &c. as it has attracted s vats by
power. The bishop of Home patriarch of Jerusalem comprehends that litre the corn if -! ii A-
the attention of all plun'e.d
persons, [PUBLIC-No. 8.1 j jAN
took
the
name of Pope from theGreek within the bounds of his pril will be in
etptorithat: section of ACT roas'iug ears ; thencut
country.For concerning the transpor-
word papas, which signifies pontificate, i alestine, part Arabia, the
and
corn liirotv: silks{
corn,
,
terms f,ply to Mr. Ambrose tation of the mail between Vincennes farther the of Constantinople
; Bishop the country beyond Jordan, Cana in anct all to the hogs, anti bthe time
Crane at T,:!Ij1a; } see. or to myself.J. and Sf Louis. assumed the Old Testament title Gallilee, and Mout Zion. The episcopal they have it
i.OTTS .7RIPLETT. Be it enacted by the Senate and of Patriarch and this destroyed they will be &
by appellation dominion of these three perfectly fat I
and fit for market
Cantonment Clinch March 24. House of Representatives of the U- ( he is distinguished.
yet
patriarchs are extremely and the oat
poor stubble
can be ploughed and
nited Slates of America in '
-- Congressasscrphied 2. The Patriarchs of this church, inconsiderable And indeed the will furnish
manure and will
rt : That so much oft e act, and the chief Patriarch of Constan whole of the i of this make
dignitaries first fallow
j@ rate
t l 1tI)]}o I entit)r1 An act to alter and establish t' for wheat file
church the of Constantinople
properly except patriarch oats that
"' come up will furnish the
)
ertain Post Roads
approved so called, are four patriarchs, the archbishops, the hessian
THE fly should
subscriber havilOmoved ( they
March the third thousand appear)
one
t) viz. those of Alex-
Constantinople, metropolitans, the bishops, and archimandrites -
from Williamson's provender to subsist After
about three : on.
spring eight hundred and as direct I
twenty one le.xandria, Antioch
and Jerusalem.But with all the lower or- the first frost
quarters of a mile on the road lead- that the mail from Vincen- :, the Supreme head of this com- on about the
churchis ders of Ecclesiastics, have the shad- first of October
ing-to Sim s ferry Chipola, informs nes, Indiana, to St. Louis, Misouri, : the Patriarch of i stir the groundand
Constantinople, ow rather than the substance of
the public that his house is still open i :shah pass by Vandalia, '' shall be, i whom they stile the 13th Apostle ; church Pei'fernhents. farmer harrow will in the wheat and. the

for the reception of travellers and the same hereby is, repealed. and whose usual title pret y certainly suc- ,
; when he subscribes The most opulent bishop has little ceed in that In

those who may favour him with a JOHNW. TAYLOR, any letter or missive, is, 'D y more than ;3001. stearliug a year. tt'the nothtiu cri-p many parts
Sld.tt"S'I.t'n the
call may rely upon his unremitted Speaker of the House of Representatives the ,mercy of God, Archbishop of 3. Distinguishing; doctrines, an.! .s troublesome, tbrv. in the month tiy

attention in such Constantinople, the New Rome;and of
rendering accommodations peculiar ceremonies the Greek, of August before
,
sowing the
: as the country affords.- JOHN C. CALHOUN, Oecumenical Patriarch."-The right church.-The Greek Church agreesin scatter wheat crop
over the fallow to afford
Vice-President of the United States
Gentlemen travelling from Brownsor dieting him is vested in the twelve most things in either the churchof food for
the before
fly, the
nd: President! of the Senate. crop
:M'Cullahy ferries to Christoffs Bishops who reside nearest that famous Rome, or the Protestant churches; is sown, and by means of that
APPRoVED-l\1HCh '
1826.JOHN capital ; but the right of confirming wherein it differs from the it
on Chipola will not find; their pro- QUINCY ADAMS. one kind check their i a"agcs.-F"a mer's
the election, an<; enabling for the most with the
gress retarded by taking this in their part agrees Journal-
route. the new chosen patriarch to exercise other. It agrees with the Protes-

C. C. NICHOLS. his spiritual functions, belongs tants in disowning the supremacyand TilE BALD E.l GLE.

only to the Turkish empei or. infallibility of the and tin,

... March -24 3t [PUBLIC No. 9.] The office is very uncertain, for exclusive claim of the pope church of This
distinguished bird he is
AN ACT for the of a route it is often obtained as ,
T -K SUBSCRIBE survey not by merit, Rome, as the true Catholic Church the most beautiful of his tribe iri
fcr a Canal between the Atlantic: but by and
bribery and
in
corruption
; rejecting the doctrine of purgatory this part of the world, and the adopted ; ,

HAS just received by the late arrivals aid the Gulf of Mexico. wlwn a higher bidder appears, the ; in the use of graving images : emblem of our country, :s enti

and has on hand at his store, Be it enacted by the Senate and possessor is often= displaced. It is in the celibacy! of the Secular clergy ; led to particular notice. He has
House
of Representatives of the United not with both
late the store of G. Davis &. Co. an standing honorableand and in administering the sacraments been long knoun to naturalists being
-tates America in Congress lucrative, and of high trust and in
assortment cf both kinds ; but it differs from common to both continents and

assembled, That the President of influence : for, besides the power of them in the number of the sacraments occasionally met with from .
Summer he United States be, and he is here- nominating the other three a very
1; in
Clothing, Dry oods, patri- ; using pictures ; in admitting high northern latitude, to the borders -
by, uthotized to cause to be made aichs of Alexandria, Antioch and
Haul\vare & liroceriee. the invocation of saints ; in of the torrid zone, but."chiefly
an accuratt and minute examinationof Jerusalem and all
Episcopal dignitaries transubstantiation' and of course, in the vicinity of the st -a, tJ.n--i i t aon
For sale on the lowest terms in the country South of the St. Ma the patriarch of Constantinople the adoration of the boast ; and the shores and clitTs of 'ur l lakes;

this place for rx's river, and including, the same, enjoys a most extensive jurisdiction it
cash only, or all sorts though rejects the Romish purgatory and large rivers. I'or-iioJ i by nature

of produce token in exchange for with a view to ascertain the most and dominion, comprehending it has something that may be for braving the st"'ven-st cold feeding
Goods. eligible! route for a Canal admiiing i the churches of a considerable said
to resemble it ; and it admits equally on the produce of the
the transit of boats, to connect the i of Greece the Grecian
part Isles.
masses and: services for the dead.
Abna. Ru sea, and of the land
< el. ir. Possessingpowers
*; Atlantic) with the Gulf of Mexico
J : VValachia Moldavia and of
several But this
March 24.RESPECTFULLY. as church has no public of flight i capable of
-- ..nd.I, also, with a view to ascertaini the European and .several. of the A- or established articles of faith, we ping even the tempests themselves outstrip-

i practicability of a ship channel: tiatic provinces that are subject toTurkey. collect ;
can only what are its doctrines unawed by any thing but man and
;
IDmQfrlffil1t that he cause particularly to be examined He not only calls coun from the different offices in i from etherial heights from which

9 the route from the St. Ma- oils by his own authority to deside I. its liturgies andfr'om the catechism he soars, looking abroad at onen

tenders his ry's river to the Appalachicola riveror controversies, and direct the affairsof which it authorises to be taught. ) an iaimesurable of forests

professional services to the citizens Bay, and from the St. John's river the church but with the permission The holy scriptures, and the de- fields, lakes, and expanse oceean deep- .

of Tallahassee and its to the Vassasou bay, with a of the he administers .
vichitv., emperor, crees of the first seven general coun- I below him ; he indifferentto

March 24.Received. .view to both- the above. objects ; .that. justice, and takes cognizance of civil cils, viz. those of Nice, Constantinople the little localities appears of change of

he cause the necessity surveys, coin causes the members of .
among Ephesus, ChalesUon ; the 2d. season ; as in a few minutes he can
by the S hoonermmllinA9 by land and along the coast, with his own communion. For the administration of Constantinople, the Sd.! of do. pass from summer to winter, from

estimates of the expense of each, of eccleisiastic affairs, I, and the 2d. of Nice, are acknowl- the low to the high regions of the 'J

accompaned with proper plans notes a synod, convened monthly is com edged by the Greeks as the rule of atmosphere, the abode of eternal

observations, explanations, a'nd o- posed of the heads of the church their faith, and the doctrine of the cold : and thence descend it will to :

4ND FOR SALE AT ST. MARKS. l pinions, of the Board of Engineers, resident in Constantinople.In Trinity, together with the articles the torrid of the arctic regions of y
and that he a full of this he with i
cause
(8 bbls. report assembly presides of Nicene and Athanasian creedsare the earth. He is therefore fouud
supertine fresh Flour, these proceeding to be made to Cotifiress the patriarchs of Antioch and Jeru received by them in
20 do common' at all seasons in the countries which 4!
Pork, and to carry the same into salem, and twelvearchbishops.. Seniority with most other Christians. In
one he inhabits, but prefers such .a
!0 placesas
kegs Lard, effect, the sum of twenty thousand onght to take the lead in particular, indeed, they offer from have been mentioned above

5 bbls. Mackerel, iollars'be, and the same is hereby, these councils, but it is often over- the other churches of Enrope whether frbm'the great partiality he has for, .

8 sacks Salt appropriated, out of in borne by superior talents habits '
any money ,or Romish or Reformed, viz in believing fish.

2 kegs Tobacco, the Treasury, not otherwise appro intrigue ; and a majority is commanded that the Holy Spirit proceeds In procuring these, he displays ina

5 half bbls. buck priated. by that prelate, whose influence from the farther
wheat Flour, only, and not very singular manner, the geniusand
1 barrel glauber Salts, JOHN TAYLOR, promises most to those who from the Farther and the Son. energy of this ,character, whIchis

1 do Almonds Speaker of the House of Sepresen- support him. The Gree church has
seven sacraments fierce, contemplating, daring and
8 kegs tatives, The right of consecrating the as call them '
Powder, or they mysteries tyranical ; attributes1_ not exerted
Expect to receive in few JOHN C. CALHOUN, Constantinopplitan patriarch is viz. Babtism, the Chrism, the but on particular- occasions but
two a days Vice-President'of the United States, claimed by the archbishop of Her- Eucharist
or three hundred Confession, ,. Ordination, when put forth, overpowering, all
barrels corn. and President of the Senate. aclea and this honor is granted this 0 Marriage and the Euchelaion
J. or opposition. :Elevated upon a high
March 24. NHAMLEN.. Arl'RovED-March 3, 1826. see, from its having been the the mystery of the holy oil, witprayer dead limb of some gigantic tree,

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. metropolis of the Thracian diocess Babtism and
the Eucha- that command>* a wide view of the

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shore and ocean, 'he per and salt hair ; something forma quorum, or to mount a PANAMA MISSION. continued insults were offered t& I

seems calmly to contemplate the like a sleet, as Billy Lackadaycalls corporal's guard. The Senate have confirmed the flag and constant remoras tr !?.
motiour of the various feathered threats &troubles
Richard C. Anderson
nominations of with those 1
it in all from 25 to 50.
p ow
: tribes, that pursue their advocotions $ But start not, gentle reader, KentuckY, and John Sdrgealt, of' grew out of the state of our relate?
that it resolvedto
At
below : the snow-white Gulls slowly meeting was dead married commissioners The \\'arvith .
they are not -only Pennsylvania, as on Tripoli was to ?
winnowing the air the busy Tringe give a hall and it was voted a!t
; this
and the most inexorable a- the part of the U. States, to Utend humiliating position and tot
coursing along the sands ; trains of : quite the to give sucha
thing tnong'them those who fattened the deliberations of the Congress of our rank with other nations. A'n"
ducks
the surface ,
streaming over
; ball annually on M t.; Valen- the South American Republics at with any of the Barbary{&
silent! and watchful cranes, inteqt upon celibacy and who prided s "
i and wading -; claraorus crows and tine's day, a day particularly themselves lying alone in the Isthmus of Panama. William B. generally protective and expensiT .

all the winded multitude, that sub agreeably to all "fillers and[ comfortable upon winter Rochester, of New York, is appointed because principally confined I

sist by the bounty of this vast livid. cooers," and to effect the object, a night- Secretary to the Mission. | blockading ports and.bombar

magazine of nature. High over all a strong committee was appointed. tho.8crho had become members The injunction of secrecybeing towns ; and It was peculiTripoli. r1 J". SO""t l ,

!, these, hovers one, whose action instantly I for life of the club, the very removed by a vote of the &mate, : The I force emploJtd I nexpensive .:

arrests all his attention. By pillars of the bachelor's balls we are enabled to state, &t the and unproductive.
.
oc.easional
The ladies when heardof
his wide curvature of wing, arm they have all been caught by the question on the cxpediency the : rencontres gave us
sodden suspension in air, hr knows a Bachelors hall, smiled behind l'lissionvas determined in dfe affirmative and
The tripS :
I skirts-;>,]! fallen into the snare encouragement.! :
him to be the Fish-hawk selling ovt r their fans ; some turned by a vote of 24: to 19 ..0n the as weit tlstii ateSi\\ere !
s I
set by Hymen and even at the tr seem
devoted \iclim ofhr ,
some deep. up their honorable no.ses: ; otherS confirmation of the nomimion of 1 ly supported by f foreign fiien&f"
His kindles the and moment when the and
at printers
eye sight '
dei lured that it was high Mr. Anderson, the vote .A'as---ayes ./ h1C nation became cuscoura i $;;
balancing himself, with hall= lent(] devils ed
\ 1 1i are throwing off these
27 17. On the niniination of when, the "
time the creatures did some noes finally Tliilidelphia
wings, on the branch, he watches frigate
sheets .
the heartless
the result o. -1)\\'IL.. .. .., ra ni1.. as an ar- ihinO' in.. pui-. ,'"...", till\m"ph..&&'- ...u.... .. ""'. :.,Jlrl'f'. -- -, rogues(J are Mr. Sergeant---ayes 2f, noes 18. commanded by Capt. JJainlriiW' j
row from heaven, descends! a' the distant ;Iiii t/; but they all resolved*-' togo snugly l't'posin\ in the very The Senate went inU the consid- iu sailing close to the town, struck '.

object of his attenton, the roar arms of t ti( t'to \'hose fa dilations eration of Executive business at 4 011 a rock and became stationary.' 1
and stare iJiem out of countenance : |
'oi 1 its wings reaching the car as it into atvtffiiTKills<< they fell a sa- !:jid adjourned der the powerful: batcries of the ,..;.1 J JI

.disuppeai-iwJri We .u..ep, rnalvlng lifer! CH- mairiuuitiy.AA crifice. morning. I, tadel; A brisk lire between eac r

surges foam and roar. At this mo- ell, the bull was: given, and "In Adam's fall we sinned all." was sustained far several hours until I

'iiu-nt the looks of the eagle artall a splendid one it was ; roomselegnntly the tide faliii**:, the ship settled,:<

,: ardor ; and !leveling his neck for decorated ; lights On the approach of St. Valentines Puerto Carello, Jan. 2G, 1826. and her gumveis were under water,i 1

flight, he sees the F s-ha\\'k: emerge brilliant le and An act and the Captain, oih'ccrs: and threejc
struggling with his prey, and moun- ; supper a1Pwagnificeiit. day, and the period for piracy the most horrible |

ting in the air with screams of exultatll. another ball, the cut nmittee that can well be imagined, was com- hundred lln.n" became prisoners of |.

I .n. '1 here are the signals for The ladies were dressed in were convened at the old place mited on this coast on the night of war. 1 lie trijiolians took possessionof :

our hero, who, launching into the the most becoming_ style ; their and on calling over the IHunesof the 24inst.-A German named Fred- the ship, uarped her at high tide I'
r erick, who had arrived with from the rocks, moored her under |
air, instantly gives chase, soon gains beads ornamented with feathersbaCllelorS' cocoa,
twenty one of the members the castles ith the
from crescent wal
on the FiMi-hawk, each exerts his Chorony, was returning thither
utmost to mount above the other, buttons and a certain they' were proclaimed absentees with four thousand dollars in gold, ring over the styi1- I p angled banner s|

displaying i in these rencontres the I Ir other little lie id flower, and on inquiring why and and had with him his wife, who had while the crew were turned:

mcjbt elegant and aerial evolutions.! which shall be nameless-all wherefore we learnt: that they been spending some days in Puerto tines; to the dungeons to cap.fl.fl.

The unencumbered Eagle rapidly the artillery of their charms had all married"So ...:- Cavello. This unfortunate woman the most painful super iig5. '
I advances, and is just on the point accident Joined to oilier causes
were brought to play pointblank had with her best Jewels, as is customary ,
reaching his opponent, when witha on thc hearts of the bachelors ladies pray take warning on such occasions ; two other while disheartening the rpeel.le of if
sudden, scream, probaly of despair the United States) strengthened the,
By; my true love and me. women also accompincd her to Chor- t
aid honest execration, the latter who, with blue coats, ony. Federick anchored off as u- jjowcr and haughty tone oi* the Paf;

drops his fish ; the Lagle poising while ( assi were unmentionables The which was cha, and considerably enlarged '
very f fi plan t to sual the Island called "del Ray1'tostop very
himself for a moment, as if to taRt and duii'ydowudiliius in his demands for tribute and ranr r
.. i perpetuate the fame of the sin during the early part of the ;
a more c "r' ain aim, descends like a
their button bule'>, were unusually ie has in At 8 o'clock sour prisoners. i
whirl,r'inu, snatches it in his. i the end proved the night.- they were surprised
grasp amiable attentive and about ten from It was at this Juncture, when the "r i
by
ere it re .Chl s the water, and bear polite. utter destruction of bachelors ; persons
ill-gotten booty silently away to .* i i'hc bail: went oil' \vith uncommon and those free roving fellow Borburata, led on by one Julian I- hip was in possession of the enemy, ;a
barra alias Itzueta these vilians and under the protection of several ;:'
the woods.JOILVELWES. celatc"el'j' body WAS ,( ;)
with heads up and eyes to the hundred pieces of ordnance frown'iing
fell them
for on and assassinated the
Esq. delighted, and those who rigid, are now seen crawlingaion(5 three women, and two sailors ; Fred- i from the battlements, that Decatur ,

The motner uf1"1'. L.1 l" c.-, to save ye.is had sneered at bachelors ( iiroadw ay, with coat but- erick Jumped into the sea, and had and a handful brave men,in 't.

the expense of living, starved herself '-who hal, in riot fancy "madev toiled to the neck, and aVife the good fortune to reach the shore, a little xebuque, disguised as fishermen :

: 10 d'ath, With a joiniure" of <'.1 U\'iio h5*' "t. fittiiti.111, ii II<\'kvtill. "c..nntfAU :l'V'.......\. en Lon point tucked under their where he lay until the brigands with fastened themselves to the,"..

100,0001. A: the age! o, twelve, hi- loudly in praise of their spiritedtuldeI'taRilt arlli: drew. He then returned to the boat I frigate, sprang on board, and after

left his books, and \\ as always so ;'': favored. them with inwhich, he preceded immediatelyto a tierce and bloody encounter with

ignorant as to be obliged to depend their sweetest e. smile and l most Finding it was all Dickey this port, bringing with him, the the u malignant and turban dTurk

only upon his memory for his knowledge This praise with the bachelor's ball, & that killed and wounded, amounting to Oil the quarterdeck, carried her at
of his property. The few first becoming curtesy. all pointsdrove the turks into the
six all of whom buried
w e were compelled to were yesterday -
years of his life were spent in common proved fatal to single blessed- adjourn the wounded having died a few sea, tore down the crimson flag, fired
extravagunru-s ; and he pre lle&s. f >, flattery on it was a sine die, we called for a bottle I hours after their arrival. Cols. her in several parts, and took to their

served his habits of ganing, till t'v: [poisoned cup 1 1arroll in which Cupids of the juno and] a few segars, Calla, Bognier, and Este"es, imme- little fishing smack, and sailed off
loss of 30001. at one sitting, indisposed it inspired and had a comfortable[ converzatione at a distence
shad [been: dipp'd- diately despatched a flachen, with triumphantly, regarding .
himself _
!t Even while wai-ung to such th-usatuU hazzaids.i at u new life in the bachelors on (the subject', :-_"W ellHurry's l troops to Barburata, under the command the sublime spectacle of the crackling /'

:throw, he would walk 20 miles: -they diMiik deep of the intoxicating gone ats&t\ -who of Capt. Batista, wht after ihmes, illuminating the crescents
did he ?" \V little Julian and three of ci'the mosques and the tar-
through the rain and mud to save draught-they fell marry hy apprehending
of the blaze of r.| ,
castles the
rests. -
a shilling. His penurious habit-; : before the idol-they pushedup I'oppet Sprightly] of I ark of his accomplices, returned hither from the embruzuresrthcthe >

were not then to be compared "'4 in piace"1\ !r he is 45 yesterday morning.These criminals artilery
0 ---why
I their hair a la Brutus shrieksof
of the the
ijlwing --
ship
those of an uncle whom he visited. and she are to be forthwith tried ly the up <
The eras'ice of Elwes, on these visits wore black horse skin gloves 16. \Vell, so much Admiralty Court, and will no ,doubt the tiyir.g, and the einprecation ;

o was, to change his apparel fora and white risbands-carried an the better ; the older a bachelor suffer death in a few days. of the 'i urkisli soldiery, together"!.'

meaner garb go: on foot-quarrel I.o I. e -e-glass-cried bravo at the grows, the younger he wants JL making night 1ler aaus. I jfc

for'cry 1 al'thing--u on a !bone theatre-threw aside their rue- his wife tu be." "\Vho did Destruction of the Pltilidelphia Frigate. The widow oi'Decatus asks the|

-and go to bed at sunset to save tees fustees and were Dick Trifle marry ?:''___"O, nation to pay the gallant crew and her|,:

candles. By such arts, he so successfully Dick was bit---he fell in love The memorial] of Mrs. Decaturto self as the sole representative of her. .
inititated himself into the for herself and deceased husband, the value of the':
"Every inch a man. ---Shakespeare. with in Congress, praying,
liridget Loveall
consequence -
old man's favor, that he receivedhis ship thus captured. |
of the that
crew Philipelpha frigate,
whole, : 150,000 of her brilliant complexion ,
property poundsat lad
Another .year came l'ound- the value of said frigate may be no important consequence
his C1 ath. Mr. Kiwis at the at the ball but discoveredthat
agr another JSt. V alelltiue' paid has excited considerable surprise resulted to the nation, from this successful -
s day arrived ,
of forty, was thus possessed of above
it was made of pearl Jt would still be i|
f this because it arrives up I in the country. It was not exploit,
500,0001.Vnh : enormous wealth every
his powder and \liss St. Martins for a moment supposed, that amidst debt ; the ship was captured and r,
most extreme
began parsimony. ear : and] another hachclors'ball
4 liquid "Poor fellow! gratuities pensions and appropriations lost to the nation ; she passed into t
"He would ride on horseback sixt rogue.
) 'l Ibis infinitely
miles, feed his horse with die grasson : was given was and Who did Col. Thunderbolt for services during the revolutionary other hands ; sailed under the enemies f.n

the way-side and himself: with more splendid than theht'St' oil with ?" "oh he married and late wars, that a debt of flag, was recaptured. from!;
go ,
two boiled stored in his ; it was every thing that cr\ 11'Ind ;rnnn"il'\nf, 1'1, tame t er that enemy ; repassea into the Power
eggs pocketlor O\7; IUII'VI"UI1 VI V" ;
___ .. __ a lat widow in pearl street. and
1 :
of Americans whe destroyed
me journey tIe was cut n-r Life trlun1Vlrate of goou cheer, was still unpaid by the nation. There the ,
three brick houses and
three terms: to the house of Commons ..,imon, Mrs. Poppletou, and got a appears, however, to be but one her to prevent recapture.
Thel
and preserved there all his e- Abby Jones; could make it. It retail store." Come, thats pretty voice on the subject viz. : that the legal is as strong as the a } :

com.1mv. He wore for many ears additional well -and 'l'om'ho fixed same Justice and liberality which claim. The consequences of |,
brought out an number :
aovig he found in the ditch and ) him ? Tom fell in love with a have been awaaded to others shouldin extraordinary attempt were of incalculable -

after that became unsirviceable of ladies, because many country consip at the hall ; and this case, cancel a claim which advantage\f to the natioDil;
found wearing (his hair only the candidates were brought out led to honorable
an ;
it was not until a month after has slept too long. they peace tot
cli apest. lIe was at one time dis- 1v'lrolerc! kept in the last "ear. The Mediterranean was tIle cra- the abolishment of tribute, to the.,
he that he
was married disco-
coot rut, in one of his own houses, It considered not of the '
was prudent dle of the American Its character tithe liberation suffering
in London dying with_ hunger, hs vered she had a glass eyc--.oh mvy. to
to trust young ladies under a and discipline-its subsequent tive ; to future peace and honor ; jt
only servant having died suddenlly. ho ha ha !
---
In the latter part of his life, with y certain age, in a room full of ha- succes in war; its influence in peace a gallant ambitious spirit in the navy!|

property of8000001. he fancied himself dielors. 1 f the opinions of the Thus the wags ran over the -and its present high character to an 1llsreasln g popularity in thaj 3fi:

in_danger of actual penury. H i fair had undergone some change catalogue ridiculing the good throughout the world, have their : branch of our defence ; to a strldM
was often heard in the night, uttering I i origin in the wars declared againstthe I dissiplin, and all of 1vhichere Pi..
in favor of bachelors the pre fortune of the Benedicts, and ductive offutuue and permanent glO'It'
the most piteous exclamations several powers on the Barbary
against imaginary robbers. Thi. ceding year this year they scandalizing their cara sposas, coast ; and in that school of fierce ry in the \\'a1'vith the greatest Dt ;

i ,passion.at last became a mania, and stood at the head of the calendar and finally deciding that there contention and ultimate glory, were val power of the world.

t in this helpless state he died. and were considered the would be no bachelors ball this the Hulls, Bainbridges, and Deca- After the peace with tripoli, .w.

And yet he had many excellences. mostspirited citizens and kind year, in consequence of it5'hav-. I I turs-the Perrys, Lawrences, Mac- had differences with the Regincle5)!.
"in his character. But all were forgotten I be Jones and the of which however were settled wit
fellows in the world, to lug been discovered that by the I donoughs galaxy
in devotion to that most t- naval heroes to and out any apeal to arms ; but in 18.U
ranical of all idols- hereafter caressed, to have the census there were 30,000 more taught light con- agaInst
money. of tea and the males in the state than females quer. It is not therefore surprisingthat : war was formally declared
--- strongest cup the of all! t the,
the nation should be anxiously Algiers, most powerful
From Noah's JV .Jreal.ldvocate. brownest piece of toast; to have and consequently their stock of
alive to the discussion of any claim statas, and having a Dey uncflJJmon
their way in every thing, and being high they would stand arising from services rendered in valour and firmness Thegor

BACHELOR'S BALL.A ne\Oel'to beg twice rOla romping upon high premiums, & would that remote quarter of the world. ernment very Judiciously entrust t to

few years ago a meetingwas kiss.! But, alas ruin i star- not be found courting the bache- The history of our war with TrPolii the command of the squadron hey

called Bachelors friendly ed them in the face-the two I lors. in its rise, progress, and termin- Decatur ; and it is a fact tin Poral ,

to giving,an annual ball as a balls, the fair candidates, the I ation, would fill a volume. would led in history, and; almost] i"concy

kind of commutation for an odious flattering encomiums, and the declare to abolish tribute, always a able in the annals of warfar, W'I',
A man in Sicily has invented a sat!.
painful alternative for a nation, but in fifty days after the squadron
tax about to be proposed, gracious condescention, paved machine for propelling ships by disgraceful to a free people. It is from Sandy Hook, a treaty of pea

and by way of keeping in the' the way for an awful reverse ; hand. Three persons, one of whom supposed that in the regiencies of was signed between Algiers: and t,

good graces of the lair, COD and of the numerous committee works an hour and rests himself two Tripoli Tunis. and Algiers and in the United State, which included i idemnification
hours, are sufficient to move a vessel sect
trary to all calculations, a full employed iti ge.ttiug.U1)- these of 20 tons, (40,000 lbs) and so empire of Morocco, the annual expense for the past, and sfto

meeting was had 5 some a littlein balls, which were designed as in propotion for larger vessels. for tribute, consular presents, rity for the future. In that .." ,

> the vale ; some with wigs, mementos of single>< blessedness, The 'expense of the machine from &c. was not less than two hundred space of time Decatur had arrin

and.others! with a kind of pep- there are not enough left to 600 to JOOO ducatcs.b thousand dollars, in addition to which the' 'Mediterranean ; foughtT


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a fixate and some stna11captured plains clearly,, and in detail l; the account I vernment, agreeably! l to the treaty ; South 1 do DISSOL UZ'r OJV'

I k.llct.ltheAIO"cflne Admirsailed of Constantine's renunciation ; I most of them had travelled from 80 South west 13 do
essela ,
v into the Harbour of Aliers 1- and the acts which set it forth, are I to 100 miles, and were entirely Variable '' 14 doSl THE copartnership heretofore
'fO."I} and ratified the treaty at foe annexed, at full length. On the same i without subsistence. The issuing existing between Drs. W' atkins and

(t' 's nlOuth.-Such was the I informer day the regiments of the Guards of rations to the Indians, under the : Tucker, was this day dissolved by
cannon 1 of exploits} and by were to have taken the oath. At 11 treaty, expired on the 10th October. --- mutual consent.
t iU-encc this prompt and vigorous proceeding. o'clock in the morning some kept The major part of the nation are, i A LIST OF LETTERS. April 14. 6tAt
saved}t. immense- sum to the nation. backward, although most of them and have been, suffering for some Remaining in the Post Office afTal- a meeting of the Practising

)From Algiers! the squadron sailed were ready. It was soon ascertained time in extreme want. Some have lalkissee, which if not taken out Physicians held at Tallahassee ; the
ier Tunis, where a grccs: iufractiduof the Mo scow regiment made diffi- died from starvation, and many have befose the 1st July will be sent following prices was unanimously- -
the treaty had been commiticd culties. Two companies of Grenadiers : lived upon the roots of the sweet to the\General Post Office as greed upon as a compensation for

; and nearly!+ fifty thousand} I of that regiment went out of briar, as a substitute for bread. This dead l letters." attendance, for performing opera-
dollars (,f American property had) their bifracks with the colours, and i is owing to several causes : 1 st. The I V A tions and for Medicines.

cut t out lthe British. "Heiv proclaizyd Constanstine I. This continued droughts, for two months, I Aston Jolnyf Ames John RATES OF CHARGES.
1 1,0211 J
re on the spot at the time, and, troop proceeded to the Place Isaac, whilst their corn was tasselling. 2d. Addison Jam Andres S. R. For each visit in the day $ 1 00
perceive; J the effect of the same inIlueiice. where i if was soon augmented by a Those who removed within the new I Adams Denis Atkinson Henry do after dark 2 00do

*Tell ycur admiral 1 to party of he dregs of the populace, boundary line had to cultivate new B from bed 5 00
roine ashore and: see me, said 1 the I .some) sot] Vievs and marine: of the lands, which will not produce the Bryan J. H. 'V DrJ3nV n\. B. Advice (oral) $1 to 5 00

1e... *-iie! dcclimrs comng: your I gta: rlls. No other corps took part first year of planting ; and, 3d, many Blanchard Ben;'. Battzell Thos. do (written) 5 to 10 00
11}h 1ne ss. mini these disputes are in the sedition and it appears that I, did not come in till it was too late to Bower E. J. Bell Zadock Consultation with one or
t1. u hk-h are best done on board the number of rebels did not exceed 1 plant. Beck J. H. Boatright Chesley. more physicians 10 00
bet U
,. '-JJut this is not treating me two thousand men. General JSiiloradovitch I can assure von the are in the .HIn.'H.l.\:11. ea(1 ljll:.. C (After attendance the same as the
j j
iviiii smj ;jerofning dignity ; HamudaIVha I went to the place to harangue most miserable situation ; and, unless Carden J. M. Carnochan Jno. 3 attending physician) .

{;t'a blessed memory, commanded the rebels ; but at that instant the government a:. '.b'ts them, Chick W. M. F. Corbel Joseph Attendance by desire per
inem to hind rul wait at the : a man fired a pistol at him, and many of them must starve, & others Carson J. 0. H. Crop Benjamin hour $2 00 .
palace until 4 he 1 pleased to receivethem. he died a lew hours after. The Emperor will depredate on the property of Clendening Alx. 4 Remaining in town per
l ." "Very likely your highness! himself appeared unarmed, the whites, in the Alachua and St. ]) diem 10 00
]but t11,11'as. : twenty years ago." and endeavoured in vaia to quell the John's settlement. It is impossiblefor Downing Ed. R. 2 Dexter Wm. J. Milage in the day 1 00

I know this admiral-he is the same mutiny. At length, finding all mild! me, or any other officer who Dogel Wm. Drummond Win. To" one mile or under 2 00V

one \vlio, in- the war with Sidi \ u- means fruitless, and after having 1 possesses the smallest feelings of Drake J. W. Darby Susannah \ hen raining"' or at

self, of TrabJis, burnt the frigate." uselessly explained the circumstances humanity, to resist affording some Dinsmore Silas night 2 00
*"The samc. Hum---why do they of Constantino's renunciation, he relief to men, women, and children! E When raining and at
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eml wild young men to treat for was forced to cause troops and cannon who are actually dying from the Ellerby Thomas Edwards Mr. night 3 00

peace with old Towers ? Then, you to come up. 'l'he rebels formed want of something* to eat. Everitt AronFletcher Obstetric cases -,,.Oto 100. 00
Americans, don't speak truth ; you themselves: into a square battalion I therefore wish i that an additional F OP1R.tJ'1'S..
went to war with England, a nation and had the audacity. to f fire the allowance of rations may be made John Figures Bart.G Bleeding a vein .c.:,: I 00

with fleet, and said you took their! first, hut were soon'dispersed, anpu'sued for the post ; and, I trust that, on from an artery 2 00
frigates in equal} ti.,l lt. An honest in all directions. your representation' to the Secretaryof Gilles John N. 2 Goodl'ichJ.lat11.. Cuppindo g 3 00

people speaKs truthuVell sir, 7'he number killed is computedat War. that partial rations may be II Lanceing gums 1 00 _
sand that was true. Do you see that two hundred. At 6 clock order given generally, through the Indian Humphreys Lorin Hammond] Alexr.or Cutting fruenum linguaeExtracting 2 GO

tall ship! in the J bay, with a blue flag, was restored ; nevertheless the : : Augustus Henly Thomas tooth 1 CO .
Agent.G
(the Gucrriere / ) That was taken troops which! remained faithful, (and. ,.ZI. BROOKE, Lt. Col/ Hill Gray E. Hughes} James Scarifying the eye 2 00do

from the British. That one near the they formed the greater part,) bivouacked Hays Thomas T. ianson J. M. TonsilsOpening 5 00 .
small Islaiid,i.the Maeadonian) was : all night round the palace. NEW- ORK, March 3. J an abscess 1 to 5 00
also caplured on equal ternib. That The Grand Duke Michael, who had The Greeks and 1'vrk.s.Japtain Jarrott Samuel Dressing ulcer or wound 1 to 5 00 ':

sloop:( -.oar Cape Carthage, (the arrived at St. Petersburg! at the Bovee, of the An!), who arrived last Ka Introducing*.rf seton or -;.
Pciu-ock; ,;she was also taken in bat moment of the tUlIlUItiucceede evening Messina and Gibraltar, Kemper Sexters issue 5 00 :
tle." '-1 iic Bey laid down the tcl- in bringing to duty the six companies has furnished a memorandum of the L Reducing fracturs of the .,
J kiape. reposed! on his ciibliins: and of the HjstoRegiment, who did intelligence received from Greeceup Little Thomas Lawrence Jno. II. thigh or leg $30 to 50 00 tAll

\Yitli -urAl tortoise sht-'l I ; c omb, set not take part in, the revolt, but had to the 6th of December, Coloco- Lowe Horatis! Long J. M. other luxations 10 to 5U 00 1,

uilh; tliuin-inds, : )"I- I liea H'(1..t ]. refused to take the oath ; and con troni was at Saconia, \\ ith 4000 irregular Lewis Romeo Reducing fracture i
x,' :\essel got liiuicr weigh ducted them to the aid of his bro- troops, collecting an additional iMMathigney of the thigh and !
and the bata number for attack Tre- Jn. McDonald Angus leg 30 to 50 00 j
v'Line r.e<:tr rics a pin- ther. General Frederichs and an on
with few where the Turks !had McNealy Wm. Slurry George All other fractures 5 to SO 00
name a men, rowed about General] Schenschin were ,,'oun ed. nolitza, a
the harbour, and one person, Ires- The Emperor, who throughout the force of oGuU( troops. Goure was at McGriff Patrick McNeil D. F.MfP.rnrvf'.liarlp \ Trepanning 50 to 100 00 ';
Fed in the of with 40UU At ;. ., _*! Maya VV. TT Trichiasis 20 00
garb a sailor, was taking day displayed the most noble character jNegara irregulars. A A S .4J -V>All*A J*/** J .
soundings ; it was Decatur. reviewed the troops on the fol- Missolonghi, which was threatened Mclntire Daniel McCallett Geo. Pterygium 20 00
m ell the admiral to I land," said the lowing day, (December 2 ifthe) marines by the Turks, the Greeks had 4000 Mathews Temperence Cataract 50 to 100 00 .
!L'eyuand all shall be settled to of the guards manifested the men, and the place was well pro- N Fistula lachrymalis 25 00
lib satisfjctio-.i: ; ; which was done.l greatest repentance, and obtained visioned. The Turkish fleet on their IorwoOll'm.. Nutman B. C. Hare lip 20 to 40 00 -
From Tunis Decatur went into their pardon ; but several officers way to the Morea, passed fifty milesto I O Urouchotomy 20 to 50 00
Tripoli wi'h the squadron, here were arrested. During four hours the westward of Candia, landeda Owens Joshua Paracentisis thoracis 25 to 50 00
difficulties liaJ l also arisen. These which were passed in parleying before body of troops at Navarina, another P do Abdominis 10 00
were soon and satisfactoriplly set it was determined to employ at Patras, and retained a third Parish Lewis Pratt Abm. Hernia by taxis 5 to 20 00 '

tled. and the old Pa.-ha received, in force, the number of the rebels augmented for the attack on Missolonghi. lie Pope J. M. Patterson N ath. do by operationHydrcceie 50 to 100 00
the force of the Turkish fleet is R 10 to 50 00
must given
friendly manner the com very little ; and it is most
mander of the snadron, who, when probable thet the greater part were as before stated. The IIydriot division Rust George 2 Rice A. Fistula in ano 20 to 50 00
a-oungman, bed destroyed his frigate rather misled than culpable. of the Greek fleet was watching Randolph 1 ho. P. Ramsey Hen. G.2 Aneurisn (temporal) 20 00
and bearded him under his very the movements of the Turks- Rawls John Roberts. 'Ynl. Amputation of thigh
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7 '''' .r.
-'SI' --a-- -
fcattaries. the Spezziote and Ipsariote divisions Rawls Patience or leg 50 00

Our limits will not admit us to go '\' '1'\\\ ,' V.\\, wore at Spezzia, preparing to I S do arm 40 00
into further details. It is sufficient join the Hydriots. On the 12th December : Sewel Rufus 2 Simpson Hardy finger or toe 10 00

for us to state, that our naval char- lltIuAAPRIL: 14, 1826. capl. Bovee spoke a ship Smith Wm. Smith John Extirpating female ;
acter derives its origin from the c::= and. brig belonging to the Hydriot : Simmons H. F. Scabury David mamma 100 00
war with the Barbary] Powers. and Extract from the proceedings of division, who confirmed the report I Slade Jeremiah 2T ( do polypus) ten to fifty dollars
especially from the burning of the the Grand jury of the Superior court of a skirmish having taken placenear do other tumours five to fifty

Pm'lidelphia frigate.: It should also in the district of MidofGaus Gastoani, but without anything Taylor Robt..2 Trippe HenryW dollars. '
}be noticed and we have never doubted dIe Florida, at the term of March being done on either side ; that (All other operations discretionary)
the fact that Deoatur could have 182G. in an unsuccessful attempt to fire Wherly Wm. Walker John H. (Gonorrhoea) f fifteen to thirty dollars

brought off the ship safe, but his We return our thanks to his honor the} Turkish fleet, they had a fire Washington H. Worress J. E: B. Syphilis twenty five to one hundred

orders were to burn h..:-. Judge Woodward for his enlightened ship blown up by a grenade from one.. Wilder Hezekiah Williams James dollars.
A case in point we believe, cc'c ur- address to the Grand Jury and of the Turks ; and being unable to. Whiddon Elias Walton George CHARGES FORJUEDICLVES.Cathartic .
ed in the late war with Algiers. .. for his patience and perseverance contend with their enemies, their i Whiddon Sevier Williams Harman emetic and draught fifty

The fdg. id: captured was represented in the administration of Justice. fleet dispersed on the 10th, and I Y cents.
to Lie Dey, but Congress paid! Grand Jury room March 1826. were then on the way to Hydra, for Young Joshua Bolus (common) twenty five cents

the Ciytcrsher value ; and we can HENRY YONGE, Foreman. additional force of fire ships. The Ambrose Crane p. M. Anodyne fifty cents.
not doubt, that. in the present in- Turkish fleet at that time was in. April 1st 1826. Musk one dollar
stance. an old: but stronger claim At a meeting of the Florida Institute -. two divisions, seventy sail at Patras, LJ1"YlJ ( ss 1 'V-111/1i/ ILL FOR Powders (per doz.) two dollars

will be IibcraIlrecognizea..- of agriculture antiquities and and the residue off Cape Papa, the 4 lli ImQ Pills do one dollar
.irp f juh's ,f1d rocllle. science held at the house of Charles western extremity of the Gulf of Pa- Tincture (per ounce) fifty cents to
Pindar Esq. on Thursday the 6th tras. The Greek and naval force, TIIE Subscriber offers for saleon one dollarLinament

From the .Yew York G actte. April} 1826, a constitution framed consisted of the following : accommodating terms, his mill (per ounce) twenty five
that Division---forty brigs and and lands near Tallahassee, the mill cents.
Interesting from lul"ope-A commercial by a committee appointed for Ilydriot
friend has favoured us witha was presented and unanimously schooners, carrying from ten to has been in successful operation a- Mixtures per pound two dollars. .
purpose
tile of the Gibraltar Chronicle to adopted.An twenty guns, commanded by Adm. bout twelve months, and affords an Lotions do one dollar. _
the 2Gth of January. The paper of election then took }place for Miaule, who is commander in chief. annual profit of nearly four thousand Ointments per ounce fifty cents to
the latest dote which Division---54 and dollars, it is so constructed as to ad- one dollar.
contains an extract the officers of the Institute Spezziot brigs
under the Pam head} of the llth, resulted as follows. schooners, of from ten to twenty mit the addition of a grist mill at. a Blisters one to two dollars.
which small a handsome elevation A. W. Coleman,
furnishes Geo.Andzdruz. expense-on
some interesting A. .B. Woodward, President. guns, commandedby
facts near the mill a comfortable C. A. Watkins, M.j D.
from St. Division ten vessels of
do. -
Petersburg h, which is James Gadsden, 1st vice Ipserot
frame has been Tucker
at building just com Edmund ,
present, the most interestinO"pace Wm. P. Duval, 2nd do.
in a I political point of view, i in Achilles Murat1 3d do. war.The three divisions have in all. pleted. R. S. R. Wilson, .]Jf.\ D. .
I Within half a mile of the dwelling Lewis Willis jun. JU. D.
Europe. It appears by the annexed Bird] C. Willis 4th do. 24 fire ships..
c'.Ctails. : there is a beautiful lake of several April 7 _
E. Tingle Recording Sec'ry.Wm.
report George
the respecting miles in extent affording the .
renunciation of Constantine, and Allison M'Rea, corresponding Metercological observations in STORAGE
accession of Nicholas is confirmed Secretary. the vicinity of Tallahassee duringthe greatest variety and abundance of ,
though not without bloodshed. The Turbott! R. Betton & 1 Assistant month of March 1826. the most choice fish. ST. MARKS.

Uamfesto, which is said to explain Ede Van Evour ] secretaries. Thermometer heat This place from experience has THE subscribers have recently V
the been found to be healty and is as
86 dgs. 1 commodious
causes which induced Constan- Highest erected a large and :
tine to renounce the throne in fa- Extract of a letter from\ Col. George Lowest 45 do. pleasant as any in this section of Ware House at St. Marks, and are
for
tour of his brother, is not given in Jt\I. Brooke to Col.. Geo. Gibson, Mean for the month 68,66 do. country. The land is suitable now prepared to receive goods on
the Gibraltar I We dated \\'eather.. the cultivation of corn, cotton or sugar will be moderate -
storage ;
however, that papers.the principal prcsume reason "Cantonement Brooke, 20th ,De- Clear 19 days -His only reason for wishing to and theme strictest attentionpaidto
sell is that he has other business to .
sgned, is the fact of his having, on cember 1825. Alternating between the receiving and delivering of
his :marriage with the daughter of a "You will perceive by the ration cloudy and clear 9 days which undivided he would wish to devote his 1 I any consigned. .
The will
Polish gentleman! signed a paperenouncing returns for this month.that more rations Alternating between attention. terms They will also receive and sell-at
! an his, right to the throne have been issued to the Indians cloudy and cleaj with be made known to any one wishing small'commissions, any goods, Cot-
in fa\-ourof showers of rain 3 days to purchase, by application to me be
his brother. than usual. This has been occasioned ton, or produce that may entrusted -
the will be liberal
on premises-they .
PARIS JAN" .---Very unfa"oul' by a number of Indians (say to them.
able' intelligence> ; arrived at Paris from 6 to 700)) who were obliged to 31 days and whole negroes vill.be. taken in N. B. A large assortment. of goods
)'esterdayfron1 St. Petersburg. come to the Sub-agency, near the Wind. part or payment: and provisions kept t constantly on.

On,. the 26th ult. the manifesto of Cant nement, for the purpose of receiving Northwest 1 days B. R. Bradford.. hand, and. sold very-low for cash.
Nicholas I. was published. It ex- their presents from the Go- South east 2 do April 7, .. tf / 4- J( HAMLEtfi .

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grandfathers and two grandmothers paymentin TliOlt\
EQUITY BETWEEN MEN. full, in or nothing' .as from
,i POETRY. ; and by the same rule of part ; AND FOR SALE
and after the sale, he shall consider FOR

, VARIETIES. progression, he hath an hundred undersigned having toiled himself discharged, legally and .
THE ( & Si
\' Planetary Ball.-+ rom the and twenty eight in the labored with the greatest morally, from all claims 'vhat oever IDg

Ii: unseal number of comets, that seventh, a thousand and twenty rxeitions in the power of man for against him, individually '.jointly, 20 bbls. ?rime. Pork; '

have been their, four in the tenth ; and at the tnc last six years, to protect and with John M'Kinne or i. Bother 10 hhds. Hams & IidiJi5
lately
! whisking .
I twentieth or the distance promote the interest of all his creditors person. '
degree, Henry
i 4Ury tails across our horrizon, in business of such magnitudeand What property i e B 1 or 1

I '(says, the Cheshire.azctte.vc. of twenty generations, every importance, the like not recorded by his talents am .I' March 17.

man hath above a million of in lIe is resolved that time shall ]
have been expecting( some extraordinary history. to be "mine arc not ---......
; ancestors, as common arithmetic bring' the whole of his business to a thine.
event in the celestial -
will demonstrate. final close, and to resign his Stewart- HEIr SHU T/. J@m AllJm

regions, and have kept a i So of Collateral Kindred--- ship.A {7The sale will contra.J' :: ft aim I, A small quantity best Sea-h

pretty sharp look out, upon the : man who has property owes money, is the day to day, until the whuj is disposed >t
cotton seed l if .s
If the for
movements of the,planets, so as we only suppose, says mere agent of hIS creditors. of i. applied soon.
to furnish same author, each couple of our A man may pay his debts as well with property All ; wAiled St. Marks, March 8 ix
our readers with the as with called persons having accounts ...
u .n..1:.. .:.. ..... ___ ___ 'r'u u, L I ancestors to have l IP.ft... one with.. paper money. against bun, wilupleas-- to ---
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cutirtti 'UUUL'UlaUUIl 'U'UIU illttiquarter. another, two children-7 ; & each Assignments made by men who present them fat settU.vtent hi fore o @WJJ1IllliJ I
As ?
yet our own discoveries fail in
: trade, are said to be made for
of hose children the day of sale K. S
two to have
have not added much to the general; benefit of all their creditors i- \\
I S C :l-'eb.
Co, i826To
Hamburg, .a. ( J ILL practice LA\V in
left two or more on au and such Lt
our former knowledge ; hut we average assignments are .--- and the :
adjoining counties.
(and without such) a sanctioned by law: yet, such assignments }jjv
Lavecu; wonderfully relieved suppo V'.L. Ptll1lC.The : :. fice is in the city of Ti Jahj,,,
are made
tion the hit mall species must l he commonly to one or "
fr- ail Florida.
orn anxiety on this subject.by ol their Suhsi
wo
particular friends, who rihiiwespecifully 4 1
(fail ) shall March
diminishing w( 11
kindness of one of ourcorrepmdent are caJle I s8igl1et:8, thereby assigning 'tr ? his ,...'t.!''i'tt'hiF'* and tlL.Ao
whose telescopic find that all of us have now subsisting the remainder ul their effects \V NO l"lJJ ;
t *,. : into the Public ert' ertr; Unit he is
near two hundred uitls'veuiv the fiockcts ol their C> >'
ken extends far into assignees, and
very in wriu.iu i THE
: a complete
now engaged
those regions, and who has, furfortj" : L millions of- kindred in tin tl' <.Leii.orS get nothing. subscripers h:1og t:.

tlu' fifu'l"IH degree, at the same He will!, on luesday, the 20th of hd.tec.l themselves in thei prsion It
years, enjoyed superior March next, ai: 10 o'clock, A. M. offer HISTORY as ATTORNEYS and ( -
distance from the several < 1ST
advantages for information in .com for sale :,t Public Auction' for OF HIS LIFE, Lolls at LAW, will attend l'' < briur II;

the 1 planetary world. He[ states mon ancestor.-; ourselves are s: cash. ail i his property, viz : -- Two liN TWO PAllTs. and inferior courts of J.I .k.:

that La N'a 'ett is shortly expected besides] th(). e that are one 01 HUNDRED LOTS, or upwards, (among I Gadsden, and Leon cuuntta;;

; to visit the planets and two descents nearer to or farther witch there arc some: wharf lots) in Quod adest memento I the court of Appeals held u. l !
fl'un1tile the town of HAMBURGH, in fee simple : hass e. Their office is inOJ a'a6L
fixed star and that common stock Componere xquus. xtera fluminiaIlitu '
; the comets who amount to improved 1 and unite pl'uVt:d.- His feruntur." HORACE see, where they may at all .. !1f.: ,.
are now busily engaged in may as manymore. !('a e-hJld interest in part of HAM PART 1- \\" ill contain a Biography consulted. j

making the necessary preparations BURGH, on about three hundred lots of the Author interspersed David B. Macs 1 b.1A I
tor his anti houses, until st January lU*;21i .
reception, parlicularlv with m. Allison j\ ,
RELEASE OF AMERICANS. and his interest of one fourth, in fee many amusing yea

*> the arrangements for a simple i I of the same after that time anecdotes and developing many March 11. '\* \

grand planetary bull, which ito Extract of a letter from Mr. Thom- one thousand acres of land, near the traits of life and character, hith Not by the Angelina so -..-it':'

be celebrated on the eve of iM. Rodney, Consul of the United 1 town, in lee simple, several likely erto unknown to the Public and looked for, but by the Thorn CapDay -

h is arrival. Our correspondent."who States in Cuba, to :Mr. Clay, Secretary negroes, his claim or interest in the which to be known. the subscribers have Just it

is at times little inclined of State, dated Havana, Bridge, across Savannah river, between ought ceived an extensive assortment !
a 9'flu Feb.: l&iG.UI liui..burg and Augusta, thatis PART 11-Containing the Pedestrian Groceries, Provisions etc. from
to
he
poetical, haH thrown tUtether have now the honor to inform two thirds of the landing, of Adventure of the AuO viz :

[ information upon thesubject you, that I yesterday had the pleasure which the South Carolina end of-the thor, and escapes and perils, 10 hhds sugar, .

in the following lines, to effect the release from prison Bridge stands, from now until 1st by land and sea. This Part 50 b-bls.1 Flour, r

descriptive what is to take of the remaining part of the crew January, 1828, and one fourth of tin cannot be called a Journal in '0 backs Colft'e, t

.place on that of the brig Nobleiz.. Bruce, Perry landing, in fee simple, after thattime 70 do Salt,
exhilirdting: occasion -his interest in a bond for titles the strictest sense of the term, 5000 Ibs- Bacon,
Armstrong White and ThomasYoung. :
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." given by Edward Rowell and as the Author writes from mem- 20 bbis prime Pork,

;Come fix up your ruffles, ribbons and r:: .....----=_ -.a....__ _- ... Walter{ Leigh to Henry ? huhz and ory but regard will be had to 30 do Mackerel],
your ::: Lewis Cooper in 1813 for .
lace, 8,500, dates and other circumstances 20 doVhisk y,
,
Let dlmlels! and ringlets now deck STMl> OF THE SOU 1'II. to landing for the Bridge on South iO do peach Brandy,
-every essential the work It
face, Carolina side of the river, aNd not equally to 2i., do Molasses,

.Bring plume=, wreaths and roses, gems, As it is now intended to commence performed-his claim or interest in will also embrace a Pedestrian 51 casks nails assorted, from '4
diamonds :an.l/jll the publication of the Star oi' theOl.4lh" an attachment levied '
on the Bridgeon 'ronthro' the United States to Sod.I '
And prepare cite ball.to attend the grand La Pay I oil the lirsjt Saturday of May 9th March, 1821 1, for S4,100-his and British America, begining 10 du floor Brads,

next, ail those personsvno have, or claim or interest in another attachment 5 bb+s. mess Beef,
with the State of Maine and -
ending
The planets and soars, from all parts of intend to subsciibefor it, are desired levied on the Bridge on 9th 5 kegs Tobacco,

creation, to send their names iree of postage March, 1821, fur7, 1GD-his claim with the State of Ohio- 4 bbls. Shad,

Are They'll coming brin;to their fashion attendants a new Constipation, alUhalf, ; tOiUiiledgeviiie, oeoigici: by or interest in the sum for which the thus giving a complete description 20 boxes Sperm and Tallow

a.million, that time, directed to the Editor Bridge sold, say SiO 000, paid and of the twenty four States Candles,

To join Ju the dance of a waltz and cotilion of the Star of the ,outh. received on deposite by the Branch which compose the Union, not I !20 do Soap,
of tHe Bunk ol the Mate of Georgia: I iO do Porter,
Although a full of this
prospectus from what he has heard but
The Hall of the Zodiac, studded tli signs, at Aug usa: in their own bills, and 2 ca-sks Marsailles Claret,
Will be spangled with Meteor that publication, has oven primed in a what he has Also
shines. every number of in the f.n tolls of Bridge, received, legally seen. an ac 12 cases Bordeaux Uo.
news slates
The wine will be fine, from pure Ether Georgia South papers Carolina and Alabama or illegal!.; by laic Bank, amounting> count of his treatment by the 3 bbls. loaf Sugar,

condensed, ; t:, aoout 2)32,000, and both of which I British, while a prisoner of war 12 cases Comstock Cider :

And ice-creams ag largely from Ilerschell l I and a number of suqscribers i is now in suit, between belie and Melville Island Halifax 10 do Mustard,
it be amissagain on near
dispensed.The obtained-yet may not Breithaupl and the Bank of the Mateof 2 chests Imperial Tea n Catli
Moon ever ready to wait & to ple-isc, to give the character and i Georgia, in the supreme: Court oft N ova cotia.rro conclude 6 boxes fresh Raisins,
Obligingly offe ed to furnish the cheese.A .
profusion of dainties and wine will be terms of the paper.Thd l +;ie United ;states-his claim or with an Appendex containing; 5 bbls. Vinegar,

setOn Star of the South, will be right, of crossing the bridge OP fer various l)Original'orms.t.i 2 bbls. Lamp Oil,

the board, for the feasting of good La devoted" the illustration and de- ry, free of toll, fur near eighteen The object of this Advertisement 1 cask plantation hoes,

layette. Fence of the interesting doctrine of years to come, or in the money paid: 50 plough Moulds' ,
1 obtain
is that
Old Phoebus, who ne'er at ball shoved may a purchase -
his head, a the Universal. holiness, and eternal 1 HOP it, acquired by purchase from the 600 do German Steel,
abovementioned
for the of the
gill blow out his randle and go off to bey 1. happiness! of the souls of all the human legatees! of Walter Leigh, deceased, Copy 2 tons Iron,

The Northern lights clear, vut'.i eiectncul I family-and the Unity of God which right ib in these words'{ viz : work, as 1 have not I 1 dozen:: frying Pans,

rays, 1 IJy: a society of believers on "Christ reserving to himself the right oi I the necessary funds to publish I 1 do Shovels,

Will set blaze)the whole atmosphere on a bright the Lord." trussing the said Bridge or Ferry, myself. Being by profession a 2 dozen sets scales and Weig,:

r\:l' thirty years,.free of toll for him- 10 bbls. Allum Salt,
The music will come from the most distant! : Terms.-Tim Star of the South. ., 0 printer' would agree on resoldlerinteud .
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SphereTo sell and lanul), white and black, with 2 crates stone Juggs,
will be printed on good and able terms to "u the
}paper
enlh: 'en the dancing and raris'i the car ; their carriages of pleasure and {profit 1 cask Ox Chains.
Frog Nadir *o Zenith the notes W.ll re- with a fair type, every other Saturday and all persons in his employment publication. Booksellers and others By the return of the SchoiTnorn

found, at $15U per annum, 1 payable and i if sold by his executors, the purchaser would do well to consultme I shall receive a further sup| l;
And wine and rejoicing briskly around on the of the f first number
go receipt
to enjoy the said right for the on the subject, as my terms of Groceries & Provisions.

The ball will be opened as other balls are, to the Editor, at Milledgeville, balance of term" His claim or i int-1 will be low and other particulars i J. & N. Haralei.

By titoasin.* the bclle-from amount ail the Georgia, whose name will appear: crest in the Bridge Company's Banking t St. Marks, March 7.STORJ1GE '
fair : or #2 in three i thereafter.'r. House, in the city of Augusta: made known, by addressing ,

Yirst Manager, Jupiter, belted with lace, It will be folded and stitched in a his claim or interest in the team a letter, post paid, to COMMISSHAPPALACIUCOLA)
Will lead madam Juno to take the first
plat*; 12 mo. form, of 12 pages in each Boat Hamburg-his claim or inter llenjamin S. Bullfinch. mW Il mlSJ I

The volunteers after will)) follow encore, number, or more-but will be increased est in the property of Barna MKin- St. Augustine February 14. 182 6. 9I

And rush with their. partners to fill up the ill the number of pages, in ne, now in suit, between the assignees BAY.TIlE .

Gen Mars fluor.in his ]!. proportion as the number of subscribers of the said M'Kinne and himself r, James h'. Trotte, J Attachment in ;
uniform covered with
gold in this state-his claim, right and Leon I subscriber respectfully i
\'itl chasfeewith Ccrcsrouutl., me North may increase.It vs. > Superior
Ci I
p-1e, .. : is hoped, that the publisherswill :.itle to two hundred and sixty two Wright & Triplet. ) Court. his friends and the
V hile Pallas & Mercury;with fanciful airs, lots in the town of Brunswick, Geo. zeus of the country generally, d
be believed, when they slate A LL 1 1i persoiib concerned are here-
In conjunction will waltz right between the and other items of he has commodious Store Houses
that their many (I)1'oPerttoo Y 1 desired to take notice thatI
Seven taM _' object is not to collect JL by of
tedious this for the reception p
to mention place
.Dame Venus her richest of trinkets will funds, but to disseminate what they have this day levied an Attachment busi
: For the whole of which I duce and merchandise. All
bring, believe to be property in the above stated case, on
To captivate Saturn antI f win his gold ring; highly interesting information he will receive in payment the Billsof one lot of corn supposed. to be from entrusted to him will be thank ,
Old Sinus!, the bachelor, dyspuuc I or well, to their fellow creatures ; The Bunk Hamburg- The Billsof received, and the strictest atten
150 to 200 bushels, also, three
Is determined to wait upon Miss Yard-anil antI to secure which, they solicite on to the dispatch of all otd+
!
FJI.Arclure.s The Bridge Company Bank, Augusta stacks of (blade fodder, and all the paid 'I
communications from men of genius which he be favoured withj P
his individual i Notes, Duor t'' may
himself will tools Walnut Hill also
be farming at
'
g ,
sure o be there, ,
And Comets dance hornpipes alongin the 'generally and for this purpose, the not due-his endorsements, bonds on one plough at Gen. Call's. duce consigned to him can be i s.M;

air. I Star will sustain such that may be mortgages, and anY ot hel'just.claimsagain5t All of the above named property ped direct to New Orleans or1:

{ intended to dispute its general doctrine him, no matter in what shape pointed out by the plaintiff as the southern port. ; 1

From the Trenton Emporium. but the right of animadversion or of what kind soever, including property of the defendants, levied on WILLIJIM JVJEFjES J. i

must always be allowed to the Bridge Company Bills OP Notes on the 28th day of November 1925.V'. February 10FOR JSALE.

It is at first view astonishing, Editor, but which will be exercised which judgements have been obtained ti J

says Blackstone, to consider in the spirit of candor, and with the whether in South-Carolina or Leon County, February sO. .

the number of lineal ancestors politeness of gentlemen, tendernessof Georgia, as he will regard the :NotesOP THE interest that James

which christians consideration of Phi- Bills themselves, only, whether Drake has in lot No. Io4, with';

every man has within no judgement" be written across. the tacL provements, occupied at preset> '
losophers, and a love of brothers,
very great nun!het. of degrees face of them not. :
; or Dr. Haire. :
whom it is believed all mankind
and so many different blonds is Editors of in the Southern are. In short, any thing what bears The subscribers having entered i into; I J. G- Searcy, agent -.
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papers his if it has been under the firm of1'urJottand (
a man said to contain in his and name, not already partnership April 7
veins he Western states, who are paid, will be received in payment.As Jos. R. Betton on 2d Jan. inst.
as hath lineal tai
ancest friendly to the of the mind i
liberty there is property amply abundant Turbott R. Betton
rs. Of these he hath two in and free investigation, will please. to pay all claims against him Jos. R. Betton.We i

the first ascending degree, his insert the above, as often as they whatsoever, and it, in fact, belonging l have lately received, general iALMANACs :

own parents ; he hath four in may think proper.FIDE tohis. creditors : and he having assortment of Dry goods Groc FOR THE YEAR ., ':r

the second, the parents of his AND AMORE.PRINTING resolved to give up all, if necessary, etc. which we >t ill sell on good .terms ,'

father: nd the: parents of his -- to pay the whole : should they give n !G}, .;i::

: any thing like a fair price for it, all Turbott EC Jos. R. Betton t -., = :
mother 'he bath tf.'i.
eight in, ththit y
; e of them can be paid.It Tallahassee Jan. 17th 1896. -
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,+. yje par nts Of his tWO Executed- with neatness office.ana despatch' atthiI is now for his creditors tt lay 3 t. For Sule zp.t"this Officev.JI


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