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Title: Florida intelligencer
Physical Description: v. : ; 48 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ambrose Crane
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 5, 1826
Frequency: weekly
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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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!livery I< riclay by Comptroller of the Treasury, three I sinner of the General Land office, For contingent expenses. of'.paid n the office of said Purveyor, two

CRANE thousand dollars. three thousand dollars. office, one thousand dollars. v's thousand dollars.

AMBROSE For compensation to the Clerksin For compensation to the clerks in For compensation to the cletys in Eor compensation to the Surveyor

Authorised to print the Laws.of the the office of the Second Comptroller the General Land Office, per act of t the Ordnance Office, per act Q .the in Alabama, two thousand dol

UNITED STATES, and of the Territory : per act of twentieth of April, the twentieth of April, one thousand t twentieth of April, one thousand lars. .

of Florida. one thousand eight hundred and eighteen eight hundred and eighteen, twenty eight hundred and eighteen, two For compensation to the'clerksin

Price Five Dollars per annum payable nine thousand seven hundredand two thousand five hundred and fifty thousand nine hundred and fifty .dol the office of aid Surveyor, onettuusaid
in advance. fifty dollars. dollars. 1 aI's. five hundred dollars.
the For compensation to the Messenger For slid For compensation to the :urve Y-
Advertisements inserted on compensation to the messen- For contingent expenses of
customary terms. in said office, seven hundred dol- gers in said office, one thousand and office, seven hundred and sixty ddlars. I1 I- or in Florida, two thousand dollars.

lars, in full of ail allowances. fifty dollars, in full of all all owan1 1 .- : compensation the office of said to the clerksin
:- .
= For compensation to the First Auditor For compensation to the clerk p thousand.:'dollars. Purveyor: two
ces.For
t
y of the Treasury, three thou- compensation to the Secreta-the office of the Surgeon Genet l:', For corcpe'ttsalioq to the Commissioner

sAUThIORITY dollars. ry of the Commissioners? of the Sinking [per act of the twenty sixth of'May', of the Public Buildings

For compensation to the Clerks Fund, twoliuidrf'd and fifty dolc thousand eight hundred .. :Washington\ l.ity, one thousand
in the.office of the first Auditor of 1 ars. twenty four, one thousand one: !lieu- uue I.undred dollars .. .

the Treasury, per act of the twentieth I For allowances to the person. employed dred and fifty dollars. Fur compensation to the orYu; rs

t of April, one thousand eight i in: transmitting passports and For contingent expenses of said ; and clerk A t the Mint, r.ine: thousand

BY hundred and eighteen, thirteen sea letters ; for expenses of translating office, two hundred and thirty. dol six iuj ttred: d.Ji1ul'
thmsand two hundred dollars. foreign languages) in the office of I lars. J For compensation to persons employed -
Lairs of the United States, passed at For compensation to the Messen- Secretary ofthe Treasury ; 'for' For compensation to the clerks in in the iiHIcrent operations of
the first session of the nineteenth Con in said office, hundred the Mint, nine thousand four ht.ued
ger seven stationary, fuel, printing, hooks and the office of the Quartermaster Gen-
gressPuBI.IcN dalars in full of all allowances.For all other incidental and contingent eral, two thousand one hundred and 'ollars.
[ o. 12.] compensation to the Second For incidental and contingent expenses .
expenses in the Treasury Depart-fty dollars. : '
making appropriations for ; and repairs ; cost of iu i.hJre-;
AC.the Atditor
AN of the
Treasury, three ment, and the several offices therein For contingent expenses of said "
and for ,
of Government for ry ; allowance o\vaMirr! a
support thousand dollars. i including the of office six hundred and dol-
thousand hun- .expenses stating ninety goid; and silver colon r, of the Mint,
the year one eight For compensation Clerks in the and printing the public accounts for 1 lars. .,e\en thousand seven hundred dol-
dred and twenty six. Office of the Second Auditor of the I the year one thousand eight hundredand For compensation to the Secretary iats.

Be it enacted by the Senate and Ireasury, per act of the twentieth twenty six, and for advertising of the Navy, six thousand dol- For the occasional empo\! merit :,
of of the U-
house Representatives o'April, one thousand eight hundred notices in relation to the public 1 lars. of an Assistant Engineer for the '

nited States of America iu Congress::; aid eighteen, sixteen thousand two debt and loans, and to make good a For compensation to the clerks in Mint, six hundred dollars. .,

assembled That the following sums lnndred dollars. deficiency of three thousand dollars i the office of.the Secretary of the For compensation to tne Governor -
be, and the same are hereby, respectively For compensation to the Messen- Judges and of
the ,
same objects, for the year Navy, per act of the twentieth of Secretary the "
appropriated, for the cr in said office hundred Michigan! Temloryseven thousand
g seven dolo thousand eight hundred and April, one thousand eight hundred;
service of the year one thousand lars in full of all fight hundred doltais.
allowances. -
t twenty five, thirty thousand nine aid eighteen, eight thousand two '
eiuht hundred and twenty six ; thatis For 1 or the contingent of
compensation to the Third hundred! : and fifty dollars. h hundred dollars. expences

to say : Auditor of the Treasury, three For allowance to the superintendent For compensation to the clerk ir- 'he Michigan Territory, three hundred -
For to the Senatorsand and fifty dollars.
compensation
thousand dollars
and four watchmen, employedfor said office, per act of twenty sixthof
members of the House of For compensation and milege to
Representatives For compensation to the Clerks
the of hundredand
security the State andTreasury May, one thousand eight the members of
their officers and the Lt gi: ;atit'e
inthe office of the Third Auditor of buildings, for the repairsof twenty four, one thousand dollars. Council
clerks in addition to the of four iiitiuding printing l the laws
sum
tie Treasury act of the
per twentijth engines, hose, and buckets, one I and the contingent and incidental
hundred and five thousand
dol-
fifty of April, one thousand eight thousand nine hundred dollars. 'For compensation to the messengers expenses; of said Council, five thousand -
lars, appropriated I by the act of the hundred and eighteen, twenty one For compensation to the Secretary in said office, one thousand and two hundred ants seventy dol-

twenty third December last, fifty thousand nine hundred dollars. of War, six thousand dollars. fifty dollars, in full ofallowances. iar s. .

thousand and twenty dollars ; and For compensation to the Messengers For compensation the clerks in For contingent expenses of said For compensation to the Go: rn-

for the contil'gent expenses of the in said office, one thousand and the office of the Secretary of War, office,, two thousand dollars. or, Judge, and ecietury: of the .!

Senate, in addition to the sum here- lily dollars, in full of all allo\lau- per act of the twentieth of April, For compensation to he Commissioners Arkansas Territory, left ( : ad"i'i.! .

tofore appropriated, seven thousand one thousand eight hundred and of the NaY Hoard, ten thousand Ilt1\h.i '.:u u t tJuites pt..." i..i tu t n r. t l I.

dollars. CfS.For compensation to the Fourth eighteen, twenty two thousand six five hundred d-'inrs.' for a pa' t of toe xr tl ;, ?..ettoubaiid '!
For expenses of the Library of Aiditor of the I eight huuUieci ami; '
Treasury, three thousand hundred dollars. For compensation u the Sec retry -- L- r /
Congress, including the salary of the dollars. For tour 1 per act of tv.eiitx six j o! .,v.
arrearage to one clerk employed to the Commiss] -HMol'the( NarY -I! *
Librarian, one thousand nine hun- ne thousand "Kin, I lit. t-JL
For fiitu
compensation to the Clerks in the office( of the Secretaryof Board, two thou -d 1 (:- ;"'rsForcomhensati
dred and fifty dollars. in the office of the Fourth War twenty t'uur, iini; ikousai.d f.rjsrt
Auditorof from the frst d;>y of April -"' : thekjksii t :
For IW'I {: uac: fi\t dollars and: !iiftcti
compensation to the Presi- the Treasury, per act of the 20th to the thirty first day of December, the office of the v>uu.iuiibicners of C.ell ':

dent thousand of the United dollars.States, twenty olive f April, one thousand eight hundredand one thousnsul: eight hundred and the Navy Board, per act of the For the contingent exp ekes of \,"}

For eighteen, fifteen thousand and twenty five, seven hundred and fifty twentieth of April, one thousand .iie; Arkansas Territory, three hua- J
the Vice-
compensation to fifty dollars. dollars. eight hundred and eighteen, three tired and nfty dollars.

President of the United States, five For one additional clerk, employed For compensation to the messengers thousand five hundred and fifty collar For compensation to the GO\(') nor 1

thousand dollars. per acts of appropriations, of one in said offii'e, one thousand and Judges, and Serretaiv: 01. ?he j
For compensation to the Secretary thousand eight hundred and twenty- fifty dollars, i il, full of allowances. For compensation to the clerks Florida *1 en: itory, eight thousand i
-
Y of State six thousand dollars. four-five, one thousand dollars. For conli'cnt; expenses ofthe office and a draftsman in said office, reI' five hundred: dollars. !

For compensation to Clerks in For compensation to the messenger of the tcl'etan" of War, including act of the twenty sixth of May, tne For the coutingt! nt expenses of

the Department of State, per act of in said office, seven hundred dollars }- iron; railing for the steps of the thousand eight hundred and twenty the Florida Territory, ihret hundred '

twentieth of April, one thousand in full of all allowances.For War Office, painting, and paving, four four thousand dollars. and fifty (joil rs. /

. eight hundred and eighteen, fifteen compensation the fifth Auditor three thousand dt.Ilars. For compensation 1 to the messenger For compensation and milege to

thousand nine hundred dollars. of the Treasury, three thou- For books, maps, and plans, for in said office, seven bundled the members of the Legislative /
For compensation} to one Machis dollars. th War Council, including printing the laws
edollars. Department, five hundred dollars, in full of all allowances.
nist in the Patent Office, per act of :For compensation to the clerks in For contingent of said and the coruiiigent and incidental r

the twenty sixth of May, one thou- the office of the fifth Auditor of the For compensation to the clerks i in office, one thousand expenses eight hundred expenses five of hundred said Council dollars., nee thousand -

sand eight hundred and twenty four, Treasury, per act of the twentiethof the office of the Paymaster Gene- dollars. For the salaries of the keeper of

seven For hundred dollars. April, one thousand eight hundredand ral, three.. thousand nine hundred 1 For allowance to the superintendent the public archives in the '1 er-ritory *
compensation to the Messengers eighteen, ten thousand five hun dollars. and four watchmen employedfor of Florida, at five hundred tit-liars ,

i in the Department of State, dred dollars. compensation to the messenger the security of the War and Navy each, as allowed by law, one thousand -
including the Messenger in the Pa- For compensation to the clerks i in in said rfliee, seve;* hundred dollars buildings, and for the incidental dollars.

tent Office, one thousand four hundred said office, per act of the twenty in full of all aHc' vnes. and contingent expenses, including For Compensation to the Chief- S.

and fifty' dollars. sixth of May; one 1 thousand; eight For compensation} to the clerks i in oil, fuel, and candles: two thousand Justice, the Associate( Judges, and
For
the i incidental and contingent: hundred and twenty four, three thou the office of the Commissary General one hundred and fifty dollars. District Judges ol the Ln' :< States, ;

expenses of the Department of sand seven hundred dollars. 1 of Purchases, per act of the For compensation to the Postmas- including the Chief Ju.,: iue and
State, including the of printugand For to the Associate Judges of I the District! of
expanse compensation messenger twenty sixth of May, one thousand I ter-General, four: thousand dollars.
for! distributing the laws, and in said office, seven hundred dollars eissht; hundred and twenty four. three For compensation to the two Assistant Columbia, srventy nine thousand
extra copying of tvenl l in full of all allowances.For two hundred do'UrsFor
papers. thousand three hundred and fifty Postmasters General, five
ty compensation to the A,tor-
eight thousand
and five
ninety compensation to the Treasurer dollars. thousand dollars.
dollars. nc}' General of the Untied i 6' (..'s) ,
For of the United States, three For compensation to the messenger For compensation to the clerks in three thousand fhe hundred d h.I.t" '*.
of compensation to the Secretary thousand dollars. in said office, seven hundred dollars the General Post Office. per act of For cornpinsation to the i lerk :n

d :liars.the Treasury, six thousand For compensation to the clerks i in in full of all allowances. the twentieth of April), one thousand the office of t the Attorney tearful: ,

For the office of the Treasurer_ of the For continent expenses of said I eight; hundred and eighteen, twenty eigt: t hundred dollars. .
m compensation to the Clerks United States, per act of the twen office, eight hundred and thirty dol- two thousand seven hundred dollars. For compensation to sundry District
in T ne Office of the Secretary of the tieth of April, one thousand eight I lars. For compensation the clerks in Attorneys and Marshals, as

A nl;sury, per act of twentieth of hundred and eighteen, five thousand 1 For compensation to the clerks in said office, per act of the twenty granted by law,,including those in .,

.1 one thousand eight hundreda two hundred and fifty dollars. the office of the Adjutant General, sixth of May, one thousand eight t the several Territories, ten thousand ,

d eighteen, ten thousand four hun- For compensation to clerks in said per act of the twentieth of April, hundred and twenty four, five thousand nine hundred dollars. a,
.id dollars. office, per act of the twenty sixth of one thousand eight hundred and six hundred dollars. For defra} iug the expenses s of the

For compensation to one Clerk, May, one thousand eight hundredand eighteen, two thousand one hundredand For compensation to the messen Supreme, Circuit, and. District f
Per act of twenty sixth of May four thousand twro dollars. Courts of the U. states, includin g ,:J
one twenty one fifty gers in said office, one thousand and :
pusand eight hundred and twenty hundred dollars. For contingent of said fifty dollars, in full of all allowan the District of Columbia, and of jurors I
expenses and witnesses in aid of the fundsarising
one thousand !
one hundred and i For compensation to the messenger ,
office, eight hundred dollars. from fines and
fifty dollars. ces.For penalties,
in said office, seven hundred contingent expenses of said .1
forfeitures for the
For compensation to the Mess en- dollars, in full of allowances.For For compensation to the clerks in i office, four thousand dollars. of defraying expenses -
of defences
prosecution committed
gers in said office, one thousand and i compensation to the Registerof the office of the Commissary Gene For compensation to the Survey : against the United States,

fifty dollars, in full of all allowances the Treasury, three thousand ral of Subsistence, per act of the or-General, two thousand dollars. and for the safe-keeping of ihc,pris- .1 .
For compensation to the First dollars. twenty sixth of May, one thousand .
For oners, one hundred and fifty thous- t:
to the clerksin
Comptroller of the Treasury, three For compensation to the clerks in i eight hundred and twenty four, two the office compensation of said and dollars. ;
Surveyor two
thousand five hundred dollars. the office of the Register of the thousand one hundred and fifty dol 1 ,
. For compensation to the Clerks act of the hventiethof.April thousand one bundled dollars. I For the payment of sundry 'pensions
Treasury
In the per lars.For For compensation to the Surveyor I granted by the late and present '
office of the
First hundred of said I
thousand contingent
le" Comptrol- one eight expenses South of Tennessee, two thousand Governments two thousand aud fifty
per act of the twentieth of A- and eighteen, twenty two thousand office, two thousand six hundred dollars. dollars. ".

prll. one thousand eight hundred and three hundred and fifty dollars. dollars. .
For compensation to the clerks in For the support and maintainancc;
eighteen, seventeen thousand <,ht For compensation to the messengers i- For compensation to the clerks i in -
ei of
office of
hundred :::> il the said Surveyor, one thousand i- light houses, floating lights, J>ea- I
For and fifty dollars. ; in said office, including the al10v8.11ce 1 l- the office of the Chief -Engineer. seven hundred, _dollars., ir. cons, buoys, and stakes includingthe '

compensation to the messen for stamping ship's registers li. per act of the twenty sixth of May, For compensation" to the Surveyor purchase of oil, keeper's salaries_ ,
gers in said office, one thousand and one thousand one hundred and one' thousand eight hundred and in Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas r.I- repairs, and improvements, and

lefty dollars, i in( full of all allowances fifty*dollars, in full of all allowances twenty four, two thousand one hundred two thousand dollars contingent expenses, one hundred :

For com-n. "?.-"*:?n to the Second I For compensation to the Cowtni s- and fifty dollars. J I For compensation to the clerks; and thirty-two thousand three hunvn.r'

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dreg and forty-six dollars and sixty- dollars ; Mexico, nine thousand dol- 'It appropriated for defraying the -- ".. II in a few weeks, when '

six cents. lars ; Buenos Ayres, four thousandfive expences of the Navy for the year The petty augur Bonnet. He lies buried at the head U ed i 4.
For procuring and placing three hundred dollars : Guatamala, one thousand eight hunred and "
buoys on the bar near the port of iour thousand five hundred dollars ; twenty-six in addition to the sums We remember once hearingan deep ravine, about 100 v.o1to

Georgetown, South Carolina, beingthe Brazil, four thousand five hundred heretofore appropriated by law for old, crusty, sheep shanked, the left, at three miles &
amount of an appropriation for dollars : Peru, four thousand five that object, that is to say ; tance from St. James'
that object, carried to the surpuls hundred dollars. For pay and subsistence of petty thin faced, vinegar visage<
fund on the thirty-first of Decem- For the salaries of Secretaries of officers, and for pay of seamen year old sort of a bachelor ex- aS1l1 t U

ber last, six hundred dollars. Legation, fourteen thousand dollars. ;.ther than. those at Navy Yards, claim, at finishing a tirade a- spot of ground (about a qUirter

, For building a light house W1 For the contingent expenses of all Shore stations: aud in ordinary, gainst the fairest part of the of an acre,) covered with En. .

! Baker's Island, on Mount Desert, the missions abroad, thirty'f thousand sixty-six th,-usand eight hundredand creation, that the out side of a lish grass, and surrounded by
in the State of Maine, the dollars.
t being a- ninety-seven dollars. a wooden
strong
paling.
lath 's head exhausted all the Seven
t inount of an appropriation for that For the salaries of the Agents of For provisions, forty-three thousand )
willows
object, carried to the surpuls fundon Claims, at London and Pans:; four eight hundred and sixty-eight furniture inside in devising weeping hang overbjj

the thirty .first of December last thousand dollars. dollars. honnets, feathers, buttons, daises grave, which is covered with.| '

two thousand five hundred dollars. For the contingent expenses ol For medicines and hospital stores and love locks for the pro ; plain stone slab, surrounded bj

For building a light house on Foreign Intercourse, forty thousand four thousand dollars. menade. We did not believe iron railings, five feet high. Inside !
Dutch Island, in Narraganset Bay, dollars. For and and of ;
tear
repairs, wear of this some of the
Rhode Island, in addition to the appropriatIon For the relief and protection ol vessels, ninety thousand dollars.EU. .. him, and the appearance of flowers small I

of three thousand dollars distressed American seamen in foreign 2. And be it further enacted, Broadway convinces us that if Forget-me-not

made per act of the third of countries, thirt'yfi.tl1ou alJ riiui (lie several afpropiations here- the fair sex really set their invention placed by Madame! Ikrtrand-;

March, one thousand eight hundredand dollars. by made, shall be paid out of any at work, they would but they never grew. An old 1 !
twenty five, two thousand dollars. For the salaries of the Commis soldier resides near and has
,
M Otherv1st devise something tastier than or ;
sutler and Arbitrator under the first
lets
t For building small beacon light a'ticle of the treaty of Ghent, one : ever, That 1 no moiey; appropriated, the new petty auger bonnet that to prevent people from going -t

i, on \Varwick Neck, in Rhode Island I liaif the salaries of the e'retdry, !oy this act, shall Lc paid to any person has come into vogue the present inside, in consequence of'f ;

in addition to the appropriation of, (Clerk,and Messengers, and half he for his compensation, who is month. The nodding leghorn souse French officers who had

one thousand dollars, made per act contingent of the commission United States lat."') nnn.ti.... th.h"n. ... tk
expenses in arrears( to the until is now completely banished ---w**-S -"'* MM**M mm w A*& h eu
:r of the third of March, one thousand ; fen thousand three hundred such prson shall have accountedfor from the off several branches from the

eight hundred and twenty five, two ana thirty-seven dollars. and paid into the Treasury, all promenade. fcyinp- willows
weeping as a mementoof
,
thousand dollars. for of into effect toms of this were appearing
expenses carrying !sums for wnicli he may be liable ; .
their former
For building a light vessel for the sixth and seventh ar tt=les Prmdeil, further, "1 hat nothing in t : more than a year ago, and as i sovereign ; Bonaparte

Albemarle Sound in North Carolina of the treaty of (i,,eut, includingthe tits section contained shall extendto the four exiles will probably was particularly fond

I to be placed either at or near compensation 1 of the Comnns balances arising solely from the permit us to use their w1'd of this spot when in health, and|

i f the South Point of Roanoke Island, sioner, Agent, and Suiviyor, ...uti depreuuLkm uf Treasury notes re- when often retired to it to read, sitting .
a lady as well as a bai-
at or near the end of wade's puint ; their contingent expenses, sixteen ceivrd by sui.h person to be expen- upon the body of one of|
shoal at the mouth of Pa,quuiank I thousand dollars. ded in the public service, but hi all net is in the case we may say,

river, in addition! to the approprl4i I i For compensation to Thomas H. cases wnere the pay ;)r salary of any that towards the close of tie the trees, which grows out in a

tion of 5000 five hundred dollars! I Gillis, chief clerk in the office of person is withheld in pursuanceof last summer they were' totally 1 horizontal direction, and shaded

made per act of the third of March, the Fourth Auditor, during his lasi tub act, it snail be the duty of the exiled from us. Frog by the foliage of the oth.

one thousand eight! hundred and illness, from the eighth of October accounting officer, if demanded by among ers. He often expressed a wishto
time
that until the
twenty-five, three thousand dollars. one thousand eight hundred unu the party his agent or attorney, tot'epot't prcseit be buried there if he died atSt.
For buihiing a Light House on twentythree, to the twenty-third forthwith mouth, the head dress of the
$ to the agent of the Helena and if Government
Point Defer, in the tale of Louisiana ofJune thousand hundred fair in ,
one eight Treasury Department I the balance was a state of great doult
., in addition to the appropriation md twenty-four, nine hundred and dUtan 1 it shall: be the duty of the and uncertainty. Feathers were would not permit his body to

of ten thousand dollars, made fifty dollars, :being the amount of thsUl'puls said agent, within sixty days there : elevated one day and doused be conveyed to Europe. His;

;per act of the third of March oUt of the appropriation for tlu after, to order suit to be commenced heart is placed upon his coffin
thousand eight; hundred and tweuty- Fourth Auditor s salary for the the next. The cottage bonnet I
year
o such
against delinquent, and hissureties. in a silver urn. The ouner of
five, four thousand dollars. one thousand eight hundred arm appeared on a Monday, but before -
the land receives 501. from Go-
For surveying the Public Landsof twenty-four. JOHN ,Yo TAYI.OI Wednesday was cast aside "

the United States, seventy-four SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, Speaker of tIle House of Repiesen- with disdain. Veils were Hint; vernment during the time the

thousand one hundred and thirtyone That the sums hereby appropriatedshall tatives. Oil and oft*-bachelors' buttons body remains there.

dollars. be paid. out of any money in JOHN C. CALHOUN,
For the salaries of the Registers the not otherwise succeeded daisies-and moss
I Treasury appropriated Vice-Px-sidem of the United Slates, New-York, March 23.
and Receivers of Land Offices, in ; Provided, however, that and President of the Senate. roses ousted bachelors' button*,

cases where there is moncs received no money appropriated by this act _\PI'itol'ED--A1)r'11 5, 1826 until the fashionable milliners. The ship Bayard, Capt. Robin.:

by them for land, two thousand shall be paid to any person, for his JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. put their heads together, and son, from Havre, whence she sailed j

dollars. compensation, who is in arrears to made of on the ;February, brings us later <
a huge importation a
Fur Stationary and Books for ihe the United States, until such person:: intelligence from Europe. The

offices of Commissioners of Loans, shall have accounted for and paid [PUBLIC----No. 19.] dashing doll from the pUrlieis tirst article is the speech of the

one thousand six hundred dollars into Treasury all sums of which AN AC i 10 extend tue land Distracts of the Palais Royal, who had king of France on meeting his Parr

For the salary of the late Goven- he may be:: liable ; Provided also, in the Territory of Arkansas on her head the Pre-ent bonnet, liament. It is a regular, high sea'
/ or of the Micnigan TerritoryWilliam That in this section
nothing contained .
which wise call the
men petty soned
kingly speech, asserting great j
Hull,) from the 10th of April, shall be construed to extend Be it enacted by the Senate and )
form. About and littJe
auger a fortiiigutago pretentious giving insight
one -thousand eight hundred ana : to balances arising solely from the House of Representatives] of the U-
:; twelve, to the first of February depreciation of Treasury notes' received nited Stales uf! America in Congress one sunshiney day, a few into the affairs of the nation.ilt'!

' one thousand eight hundred anti by such person to be expen- Assembled, Tnat all the tract of uf these 1 petty augers made theirappearanc.e speaks however with confidence ofi

thirteen, one thousand six hundred dec in the public service ; but in all country in the Territory of Al kansas in conjunction with the continuation of the peace of Europe

.and twenty-eight dollars thirty-two cass where the payor salary of any lying north o: the base line and the shoulder of mutton sleeves, notwithstanding the death of
cents., is withheld in of Alexander. It looks too, as will be
person pursuance wes l of the Lav-rcnce Line District, but
For the salary of the Secretary to this act, it shall DC the duty of the be, and the same is hereby, attachedto yesterday they came out as seen, to a very effective measure

the Land Commissioners in East accjunting officer, if demanded by and made a part of said Land thick as blackberries in the .. for the restoration of the old regime >

Florida, (Francis J. Fatio,) omittedin the party, his agent or attorney, to District ; and all that: part of the mouth of August. How long in France, the entailing of estatesa -

the act of the third March one repjrt forthwith to the agent of the Territory of Arkansas; I lying southof the petty auger shape may last : necessary consequence from forbidding

thousand eight hundred and twenty- Treasury Department the balance the base line, and: west of the Arkansas : is uncertain, but to I their division. The conclu
very appear
five, one thousand two hundred and (du, and it shall the ul the said I
duty Land District: be, and the I have made sion of a Navigation Convention between
a prodigious spreadin
fifty dollars. -,fait, ithin sixty; days therealter- is hereby: attached to, and made a England and France, whichit
For balance of the amount allowed order suit the course of the present
tv to be commenced against part of, the Arkansas Land District announces, may be a matter of
t. to the lai. superintendent of the such delinquent and his sure- Provided, that nothing in this act month borne are blue, others i, some curiosity for the provisions of

Cumberland RoadDavid Sill iver, t1e o ,ntaint'tl shall bt construed as au- pink a few brown, and some of that Convention.Of .
jun.) in lieu of, and in full of all his ,-JOHN VV. TAYLOR, interference
inorizing a survey or them black. With round full female the Greeks we find nothingbut
claims, three thousand dollars. Sptaker of the House of ,Representatives.
of kind lands
any whatever upon any faces On the hand it i5
.
For compensation to the assistant the right whereoi is Indian they agree very reports. one
Superintendent of the Cumberland JOHN C. CALHOUN, tribe. in any well, but a fine forehead is said that commissioners to treat with

Road\ViIliam, Hawkins,) from the Vice-President of the United States, JOHN W. TAYLOR, sometimes hid if they are pulledtoo them for peace, had been despatch ,

the eighth of August to the fourthof and President of the benate. -peaer oi the House of Representatives far forward. The pink aud ed by the Porte. On the other hand,

October, one thousand eight hundred AptlWVEDlarch: 14, 1 : 6. the blue the a'letter from ante says, this is a
sky are prevailing
and nineteen, one hundred andfiftyeight JOHN QUINCY ADAMS JOHN C. CALHOUN, mere pretence to blind the European -!
colors, and a few roses are ail that
dollars and ninety cents. Vice-President oi'the United States, } diplomatists at Pera ; but
For found due to Con- that are stuck in front. toin-
amount a afid President of the Senate. the real object of the Porte is

tractor,(\Villiam Stephenson,) for [PUBLIC NO. 17.] APlltOVl.D--Apl'il 1 5. 18,' G. .1': York paper.Buonapartes' duce the Pacha of Egypt to new armaments

executing a part of the work on the A N ACT to confirm the supplementary JOIN QUINCY ADAMS. and efforts against Greece.-
Cumberland Road, two hundred and of Commissionersof
report the Mr. Dawkins is appointed coin
fifty-two dollars and thirteen cents. the Western District of Louis Grave.
missioner to Panama, by the English!
_For compensation allowed! in the
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Clerks of para.Beit PUBLIC No. 20. The house where Buona government. Sir Alexander Cock-|
the Land Commissioners [ --- ]
enacted the Senate and
by
burn the British Minister to Co-j
in Michigan Territory( J. Biddle,) House of of the United parte resided is now convertedinto ,
Representatives: vessel
of [ AN ACT for altering the time for lombia, sails in the same
act the of February
per twentyfirst The
States of America in a drawing-
Congress granar W
thousand and holding one tr.rm of the District with Mr. Dawkins. He will
one eight-hundred Assembled, That the claims room in which he died has a
Court for the Western Districtof
landed at Carthagena. j,
thousand dollais.
twenty-three, one marked B described in the ,
For Registers for hips and vessels of the Commissioners supplementary Pennsylvania.Be threshing machine in it ; his Admiral Duperre sailed from j,

and lists of Crews, fyur thou- of the report Western District of the- it enacted by the Senate and billiard room is filled with 'po Brest on the January, with the

sand dollars. )iStatc of Louisiana, dated the llth House of Representatives of the U- tatoes and straw, and his bath Amphitryte 1 (his flag ship) La.&M

For the discharge of such mis- of May, one thousand eight hundred nited tates ol America in Congress is a stable. The new house, in- veillante la Clorinde, PAstree, I 11
cellaneous assembled, Th at the term of the Ante
claims
United
against the and fifteen and recommended Themis, la Medee, and brig
by District Court of the Western Dis- tended for him is situated about
States, not otherwise provided them for confirmation, be, and the lope. La Medee, is bound to Port
3 for, as shall be ascertained and ad- trict of Pennsylvania, now directed 200 yards below the old one, board the
confirmed in the
same hereby au-Prince on
are
having
mitted, in due course of settlement, same manner, and under the samerestrictions 10 br held at Piitsburg, in the county and is completely sheltered Haytien Commissioners. The J<&\
at the Treasury, twelve thousand of Alleghany, on the second Monday from the S. East trade wind 28th
dollars. as the report, to which of October, shall hereafter beheld nal du Commerce of the
this was supplementary, was confirmed which they so much complained makes the following reflections W
For allowed at the same place, on the thirdMonday
Compensation to one by the act of the twentyninthof of. It is a handsome and of this fleet.
of the Commissioners for examiningtitles of October, in each year the destination
April, one thousand eight hun commodious and fitted Jan. 28. Whatever pre'
to lauds between the Rio Hondo dred and sixteen. thereafter. building Pans, -

,.and the SaLine River, per act of JOHN \TAYLOR, :SEC. 2. And belt further enacted, up in a simple but elegant text may be assigned for the dep -

the 3d of March, eighteen hundred. Speaker ol'the House of Representatives. Thai all actions, suits, processes, style, the furniture exactly ture from Brest of Vice AdmiralDuperre
!
and twenty-three, and twenty-sixth {leadings, and other proceedings, with the build- it is impossible n otto perceive ,
corresponding
May, eighteen hundred and twenty- JOHN C. CALHOUN commenced and pending in the said that he has not set sail ffi '

four, seven hundred dollars Vice-President of the United States, District Court, shall have day, be ing. The house forms a quadrangle six frigates of the first class, mel el1
heard, and determined, on the said with a square court in the command of the str?
and resident of the Senate. to assume
For
the salaries of the 11inistc'rsI I third Monday of October, in the the centre and an archway Antilles and it is alloy'
tion of the
at London, Paris, St. Petersburg, : APPROVED-March 31, 1826. ; ,
as they would have
manner
same
and Madrid, and of the Charge des JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. been, on the second Monday of October through from N. E. to s. w. able to suppose that his mission'

Affaires at Stockholm, at the Netherlands if the act had not passed. The building front the N. w. connected with the establishing,'J

and at Lisbon, forty-nine [Pun' ----No. 18.] JOHN W. TAYLOR, and has an extensive lawn in relations with the new States

thousand five hundred dollais. AN ACT to provide for the employment Speaker of the House of Represen- front. The gardens are laid out America. the Adam.,

For the salaries of the Ministersor of an additional naval force. tatives. very tastefully, & every thing According to some,
will be instructed to the
Charge des affaires, who have Be it enacted by the Senate and JOHN C CALHOUN, seems to have been studied opp aaaiOs
been, or maybe, appointed to the House of Sepresentatives of the United Vice-President of the United States signs of the independents o .
that cpuld( add to the great others, bets.
Governments on the American con States of Ameaica in Congress and president of the Senate. Cuba. According to

tinent, to wit, Columbia, nine thousand Assembled, That the following sums APPROVED-.April 5, 1826. man's comfort. His new house act in concert with the SpanisbFvernmeut.

dollars ; Chili. nine thousand be, and they are hereby, respectful JOHN QUINCY ADAMS "To.u1d have been ready for him We do not pretend

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believe that 'am, Sire, your Imperial ..Ma five bushels of coal, which cannot doubt so excellent an article Receipt to keep Bacon.Take oakor

they what most faithful subject, would reduce the expense to 3 from so praiseworthy an artist, will Hickory ashes, make a strong lye
deemed by ( ) "CONS TANTINE. or pounds for six hours.JV. find a purchaser. .i\at. Intel. of it, and then boil it, and when boil
co and ." \ Dec. 20, 1825. (Jan 1. Y. Observer. A French paper states that the ing hot and strong so as to eat a feather '
calculated to ) famous Clara Wendel chief of a each
dip piece of Bacon in the
result. B}" examining the tongue of the band of robbers, in Switzerland hone lye, and let it remain about thirty

Extract from L 1 fl BEE patient, physicians find out the diseases ef the phenominea of the age. seconds, then l let it remain "in the .
r c red at the of the body, and philosophers She is twenty years of ageeauty ; a great sun, the balance of the day.

bcr, J FRIDAY MAY 5, 1826. the diseases of the mind. b of rare acquirements -
"Death }]', been the cause of, or an agent in MAIL ARRANGEMENT.The .

of his : FOURTH JULY. From a Ladies Port Folio. twenty assasinatiuis, fourteen burg- Northern Mail .
midst closes
laries l and 1588 every
robberies.
,
I 1 Frenchmanhas
magnanimous : c.7Jloclesty.---An acute Friday at 6 P. M. and arrives
(
a meeting of the Citizens of remarked, that the modest deportment every
oroToundly 2
Monday at
p. M.
from held on the 2Uth! April of a really wise man, when JV'0.0WEBSTER Esq.--We
Eastern mail is due
vive on the
other pursuant to notice, for the contrasted with the assuming air of must observe, by the way, that it is i 14th Sunday
inst. 6
ill at P. M. and closes on
therein the the and a little inconsistent, if rot ungratefulin
specified ; young ignorant, may be
.issurances corni Tuesday the 16th at 6 o'clock
I AUGUSTUS B. WOODWARD pared to the different i Mr. ffebster, to rail, as lie does, p. M.
friendly appearanceof and
will
heir continue to
arrive and depart -
jje conviction called to the chair, and DAVID wheat, which, while its ear is in good terms"at, the prevalenceof two weeks.
MAC I holds its ] a taste for whatever is British, every ,
appointed Secretary. head
empty up proudly
good ;
'I h e Western mail is due
\ following Preamble and re but as it is tilled with grain, bends and for the want of a due perfer- on monday
the
15th inst.
ueeu ray at 6 P. M. and closes
of thfe were presented by his hone modestly down and withdraws from ence to all our native productions the '
'cpose same evening at 8 o'clock and
Haire, Intendant of the Ci- observation. ; at the same ,time that he ,
Stlcressof will continue to arrive and depart'cyery
unanimously adopted. admits not less than seven millions

ome further the Declaration of A- Right of DiscoTery. gentleman copies of his Spelling-Book hare two weeks.

from the been sold ; that more then half, amid* ,
well Independence, was an e- praising personal charmes of a L
readers making highly beneficial to the human very plain woman before Foote, the probnly two thirds of all the inhabitants Ji. S. THRU STOW.COUNSELLOR
and more -particularly to latter whispered him, "And why of the United States have received -
fortress
the
advices who were immediately) under don't you lay claim to such an accomplished the rudiments ol"their educa- & ATTORNEY AT .
last of of its genial influence ; and, beauty ?" "What right tioii.from it, and that the profits of L A W.
departure
that event secured to us have I to her V said the other," this little work have been the sup-
sham
assault l of a free government, Every right by the law nations, as port of numerous family. Will}] practice in the courts of Leon -

he arrived at i! well calculated to excite in the first aiscovery." H'ur.. Ga:. Gadsden and Jackson. His residence -

) breasts, the purest and most -- is Tallahassee..
signally i
accounts are l g sense of gratitude, for the The Andersonian Society of Glasgow CAPTMV SYJIIMS. May 5. tfXO
nels. and valor of our revolutionary has purchased from M. Dolland Our countrymen, Capt. Spurns ,
A letter of : Therefore be it the largest solar miscroscope that at the last ad'ices."as in jrashingtoncity. TICK.

Trieste, ronp ,' 1'nat the 50th anniver- optician I has ever constructed. The as an evidence of t the general -

"A vessel arr of American Independence, be, first trial of this superb instrument ) good feelings. : towards C .pt. THE purchasers of Lots in the ,

na, confirms in this city, by a public disclosed some wonderful phenome Symms it may be stated that :storm-: City of Tallahassee are informed
be hundreds of insects dis- boats and tavern. keepers, flora that the monies due n
Pacha, under to given by subscription, na. were on account lit
"
locdii. The reading of the Declaration n covered devouring the body of gnat Cincinnati to nVMnirlcH? C with oPTIC the first instalment for said lot \\ ath\ f7

Egyptians j is and an Oration and scores had lived luxuriously for consent, refused to rcreive from the il1te'esthcI con, wiilbe received -
men 1"' for the occasion. several months on) the leg of a moth. him any compensation: all (]P;.ming: : by K. Duller (one ol the commission -

letter That a committee of These} animalcules 1 were magnifiedso it their duty to contribute tl'eir: : proportion )) until the 1st t.o) oi August

aftergivinga persons be appointed to make as to appear nine inches long, towards Biding the ol-Joe's I next, \\hen all nou unpaid will be
arrangements for such their actual i size !beincr somewhat he had! in vies'Gettil[ :; inside of the 1 put in suit indiscriminately.Rcicrt .
reparations
l[attack( and ; and prepare the toasts less than the:: fourteen o hundredth earth..c. We are all bound there.] Butler, .
C
the Turkish I part of al ikh. The mineral kingdom Ohio. Pa. ./ Crc411e, ,OIl1mISlmhrosc -

proach of the to the 2nd resolution, forded another display of bril- II. F. Simons.Si01iers'
]his, }proceeds appointed the follow liant objects : their, christallization, Sale of Scep.-Tlf\! sale of .j iTiChandler's JJ7ay 5.

"On the to be a committee of and the splendour of their coloring ) Saxony Sheep, took ,.
Turks planted exceed any thing the most lively. place at New York on.\"p cdil day
1 P. Duval Robert Butler imagination can conceive the 2:2d ultimo. 1he: .highest sale DISSOLUTIONTHE
nal of attack 01. possibly
; copartnership heretofore
C. Willis was that of a buck, which was purchased -
Richard K.
after Call,
a long existing between Drs. \\ atkins'and
Haire Fisher Cramiernes. this fruit i is bYalllr. Ilurd, of Dut chess
hymns and George Tucker
was this day dissolved by
county, for 350. The lowest 1
ded against ..' B. Macomb, Henry F. Sim largely; employed in most families: mutual consent. ,
Ede Van Evour. some be Le informed price brought the bucks was $1-
that their persons may glad te
April 14. 6t
of short that the above com that these berries may l be GO.rrhe ewes generally bro't from i.
very of several 30 to SO and 85 d lolliu s. Jl/r. Hubert I DR. 11-.11 T KIJ\'S,
however, appoint the Orator the preserved years, merely by
killed being and the reader of the Declara- drying them a little in the sun, and of Winchester, (Con,) purchased | HAVING dissolved copartner-
the number generation."I of Independence. the stopping them closely l in dry bet : a very fine ewe for 460, for which ship with Dr. TucKer: tenders his

greater. That the proceedings tIes. he was offered $120 before night. professional services to the public,
.iff. II. has
under the meeting, be published in the '"/'; Parkes. already some fine Saxo- and may be found in the day except
a few Intelligencer. /'/ ---- miles r.t home, and such is the rage when on Medical duty, at Mr. IN y -
DAVID B. MACOMB x Scenes Washington.o ----The tt his- for possessing this description of atts tavern, and at night at MajorWards
St. Secret li a.: pcrs from Washington are full oftk sheep, that he has, within a few office.

, Russia.--- wars and rumors of wars." The weeks, sold a pair of twin lambs, be- He has the following Medicinesfor

contains a committee of arrangements r s Debate on Mr. Me. Dulfie's Resolution fore they were a fortnight old, for sale. Worm-seed oil, liate-
Emperor by closed in On $430, and has been offered 200 dollars ;
on the 2nd inst. anti resolved to certainly anger. mans drops, Essence of Peppermint -
stantine, of another meeting of the citizens, Friday M D. is said to have made for another. Opodeldoc, Castor oil-four .
copy :- that those at a distance in a vehement attack on Messrs. Adams dozen bottles.
"Sir,-It may be able to attend and Clay ; charging them with Strawberry. has been said that April 28. tf _
of the this fruit has the of desolv-
most participate in the arrangements corruption, and describing the latter property
I received celebration. as a private and political gambler.On .--- ing the tartareous incrustations opon DOCTOR TUCKER. '
your Imperial Saturday, Messrs. Trimble of the teeth ; and that hence, those INFORMS the citizens of Tallahassee .. : j

your happy : NOTICE. K. and Vance of O. retorted in an who have been effected with the and vicinity, that he still j

of the Empire the 13th May, at 6 o' indignant strain, the former retaliating gout and nephritic diseases stone,&c. devotes his entire attention to the <=

ed country. P. M. is accordingly fixed up the charge of corruption on the have found great relief by eating practice Medicine ; he may be f
"The the day for public meeting of friends of Mr. Calhoun. A brief them very freely. found at all times by calling at Col. jj

a law of the town and coup- reply of Mr. i\l'D. was marked by Pindars. :j'

of the existing ; at the house occupied by great asperity : lie is said to have The JO left 1 Stocking.: --..-Several.. ofour April 28. ."!
benefit from 1 e Macomb on the North side declared, that he wished to have no- lair reauers we understand, pos- 'LAW KOIKE.T. 1 I
of the \" !. Square. thing to do with the understrappersof stively deny the statement made in -1

grants jus. the Secretaty of State, that he our last, in the authority of an Alex- HE subscribers having connected 1;

"In uccr Typographical Blunder.- would cheerfully hold himself responsible andria paper, that t the ladies always : themselves in tluir pI ores- 1 J

perial report of Legislative proi to the leader ; but, that if pull off the left stocking last, declaring sion, as ATTORNEYS end COUNSEL: i
}he King of i published in the BostonI his understrappers! would call him to too, that we ore very imper. LORS at LAW, will attend the Superior i

l Inspires the I mention is made of a account for his declarations,, he(Mr. tinent for giving currency to such a courts of Jackson, Gadsden, !
1ll affairs of s for the relief of poor delators." M'D) was 1 prepared to waive all report. But we are sure, that on and Leon, and the Inferior Courtsof j
"The .1 reflection the ladies will admit thisis Jackson uuc1 Gaclsden counties,
a bill would not be altoge exceptions, and to meet them on the : I
summated. field of honor.Controversies. a fact. It is,very simple. When also, the court of Appeals held in !
co-operated untimely.Nantucket Inquirer. of this sort on the one stocking is pulled off first, thereis Tallahassee. Their office is in Tallahassee I
have [ another left and this off w here they may at all .
on
only. above puts in us mind of a sim floor of Congress are calculated to pulling J1
v- times consulted.
be
duty of a is taking the left ofl'last !
stocking
reflect little honor their] .
ted brother to be found in the sta- very upon 1 David :3. Macomb.
RU511an book of Florida, where the title body. They are to be deprecated
A\
Allison M'llea.
who i Riding a Whale. m.
by citizen who'value the
,. of the laws reads thus ; "for every dig-
ne
of tf
rein."The ss } of Insolent debtors." nity of the house, or the privilegesof The N. Y. Truth Teller, on March 11.
'-' an enlightened discussion. Administrators Notice.
the authority of
a -
destine! Al of! Glasgow Free Press says--" The consequences has been, that states that a sailor correspondent in the I have this day applied for and

r,f toe? York, which contains 166,000 we have been overwhelmed by ru- Greenland obtained letters of administration on
after
Throne fishery
1 sends ten members to the mours of bloody batttles that have having the estate of Jacob Murray deceased -
finds essIn S upon >arliamellt been or that are to be fought. But struck a whale, fell overboard, all persons having any demands '

might faithful none of them has assumed such a but soon found himself mounted against said estate, are called uponto

fide J, ,Sir in his Perkins Steam Gun. shape as deserves to be gazetted.-- on the back of a whale, and present them without delay, and I:

with his liO'ht., Rich. Enq. had presence of mind enough to all those who are indebted to said i..

uhf V is said that Mr. Perkins! -' put his hand in the blower or estate are requested to make imme \

rib|ute my most sold the secret of his steam Domestic Industry.-As a sample spout hole, to secure his seat, diate payment to
to of domestic, industry, in its most at- Elsey 11. Murray Adin'rx. .
lhich God to the British government ; being unprovided( at the time ,
tractive form have been
we much April 28. St
brlh n,g to 3 that he rejected a munifi pleased 1 with an article just shown I. with either saddle or bridle. !i

, omae of offer for it made by one of to us, being a plad cloak, of merino : Contrary to custom, John's pony I

indm edges, my continental powers. It will 1 wool, with real mole-skin collar, kept near the surface of the (OQVJF@V&ImIB9 l

is I .11a y zeal \ 250 halls in a minute. or made by a young lady in Connecticut. water, and bore him in such

. "1 beseech)esty s an hour. 1 f this were This is, we are informed, the 7th style and at such rate as never WILL practice LAW in Leon J

IS hog in the ordinary way, 15- article of the kind manufactured by mortal rode before ; the boats and the adjoining counties. His of-
Y and
aY Watch ounces powder would_ be the same hand, one of which is worn all the while in full,cbace, and fice .is in the city of Tallahassee 1
? ; by the late President Monroe, one Florida.March.
es ty s every hour, or 15.00( the crews ever and anon sing-
by Lafayette, and the the others by 11 tf ,
'I fish you ds every six )bourse This gentlemen of New-York, Boston and ing out "hold fast John." In ,1

'ou r glory, ;l cost about 425. Mr. Alabama. It is for sale) and may this way he pOsted full a mile, t I'

OSt'n, may s believes he can throw be seen at the shop of Messrs. Tucker and was then taken on boardone PR1MTJNG,
eneratic Executed with neatness and despatch it
:n to number of balls wit er & Thompson, in this City. "We of the boats. this office. "* ,;JoW !

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-'- ,ciples of war, changing the policy RECEIVED PER THORM}' A LIST OF LETTERS STAR. OF THE SO UT H.

From the Salem Register. of governments and subduing AND FOR SALE FORa.t9 Remaining in the Post Office at Tal- As it IS now intended to tom me

STEAM GUN. i all nations round the globe i lahassee, which if riot taken out the publication of the Star of

to the control of the principles CD befose the 1st July will be sent South, on the first Saturday orlf -
"VVc have long been of opin- next, all those persons who have4 ..
of civilization. 20 bbls. Pork to the General Post Office as *
ion that the only plan which prime dead letters. intend to subscribe for it, are d
< 10 hhds. Hams & Middlings.
ed to send their
names (free
human ofGeorgia
could deviseto
ingenuity The This disease at A
Influenza Henry Bond.
to
tage) Milledgeville T
prevent Mars, is to invent Richmond Virginia, must be bad in-. March 17.J@m Aston John Ames John that time, directed to, the Edit/

: some warlike instrument so deed. The Editor of the Enquirer Addison James Andres S. B. of the Star of the South. *

terrible in its nature as to ensure remarks, that "the printing offices Adams Denis Atkinson Henry full '
r,. certain in this city have probably never sustained n Although a prospectus of \&
destruction to every o
-
j JlmQ publication, has been
printed ,
more serious inconveniencefrom Bryan .J. H. Bryan Wm. B. in
one in battle. 1"111sf number of
.i engaged the indisposition of their hands A small quantity best Sea-Island Blanchard BenBattzell Thos. news papers in the stat a
f .instrument seems at last to have of Georgia, South Carolina
than at the present moment. Most cotton seed, if applied for soon. Bower E. J. Bell Zadock andAj.
t been produced in the steam guninvented of our compositors have been taken St. Marks, March 8 1826. Beck J. H. Boatright Chesley abama, and a number of suqscriben

by our countryman down by the Influenza, which has also Bleach Willis C obtained-yet it may not be amiss ;.

Mr Jacob Perkins, an account attacked: those of other offices. THE SUBSCRIBER, Carden J. M. Carnochan Jno. 3 again to give the character and
of
terms the
of'hich"C published( in our Our subscribers share with us in this Chick W. M. F. Corbel Joseph paper.

last.: That this account is neither visitation ; for, tbe confinement of HAS just received by the late arrivals Carson J. 0. H. Crop Benjamin devoted Thd Star of the South, will be .

the carriers the and bas on hard! at his store, j. Clendening Alx. to the illustration and de.
fiction prevents regular
a nor an exaggeration of their] late the store of G. Davis & Co. an. 4D fence of the interesting doctrine fl'!
delivery
we are enabled to stale 1 papers. the Universal
holiness
[lie this city, the I publishers of papers assortment of Downing Ed. R. 2 Dexter Wm. J. and eternal!
from the personal oiervatiutsufa ) happiness of the souls of all the human
have been affected vogel Wm. Drummond \Vu1.Drake -
elltlenlan of this tovnvtIo I similarly ; Summer Clothing, Dry floods, J. W. family-and the Unity of (Goa"
but we got along::! with considerabledifficulty. Darby Susannah
T< left London about the last ofJsovember. 1. .] w Ilaidware & Groceries.For Dinsmore Silas By a society believers on 'Christ''
PJJ "
the Lord.
This, '"entlemanwas sale on the lowest terms in E

at Mr. Perkins' manufactory rAt -' this place for cash only, or all sorts EJlcrby Thomas Edwards Mr. Terms.The Star of'the South,

where the inventor showed a meeting: of the Practisin of produce taken in exchange for Everitt A1'on'Fletcher I will be printed on good paper, and
Physicians held at Tallahassee ; the Goods. F with a fair type, every other Saturday
him the instrument and
explained following prices was unanimously Abrm. Russel John Figures Bart.G j i at $1 50 per annum, payable
him its jr
to mechanism. on the receipt of the first number
forattendance
grecd upon 1 as a compensation March 24.Received. ,
It is of very simple construction for performing operations -- Gilles John N. 2 GoodrichJ.l\fath. to the Editor, at Milledgeville,

and may be handled ,bv and for Iediri les. by the SchoonerAND H Georgia, whose name will appear_

any one with perfect case, as RATES OF C i i./1R G E S. Hum fire s Lorin Hammond Alexr.or or $2 in three months thereafter.It '

its Weight docs not exceed theg1iglit For each visit in the day 1 00 Ammlliil Augustus Henly] Thomas will be folded and stitched in a
do after dark 2 00 1J 12 mop form, of 12 pages in each
of Hill E.
11 an ordinary )nlU r\ct. Gray Hughes James
do from bed number, or more-but will be increased
5 00
It consists of three parts :-1st, FOR SALE AT ST. MARKS. Hays Thomas T. Hanson J. M.
Advice (oral) gl to 5 00do J in the number of pages, in
tilt generator ; 2d, the part (written) 5 to 10 00 -18 bbls. superfine fresh Flour, Jarrott Samuel I proportion as the number of subscribers

whirh has a hopper for the Consultation with one or* 20 do Pork, K may increase.It .

balls, and contains a hprri/ou- more physicians 10 00 20 kegs Lard, Sexters / is hoped, that the publishers
Kemper
tal moving }lever, which in itsvibratory (After attendance the same as the 5 bbis. MackerelS L will be believed, when they state

motion lets in a bail, ;attending hJ siciauttendance ) sacks; Salt, Little Thomas' Lawrence Jno. H. that their object is not to collect
2 kegs Tobacco, funds, but to disseminate what
and at the same time. o pens a A by desire per Lowe Iloratis Long J. M. they
1 5 half bbls. buck wheat Flour believe to be highly interesting
hour ; information -
valve to communicate a blast of .53 00 Lewis Romeo
Remaining in town 1 barrel glauber Salts, to their fellow creatures;
M
.I 'steam upon ii ; thirdly, the gun diem per 10 00 1 do Almonds, and to secure which, they solicitc
.Tn. McDonald Angus
Mathigney
barrel, which sccews: upon the Milage: in the day 1 00 8 kegs Powder, lIcNealyVm.. Murry GeorgeMcGrin" communications from men of ,genius

middle 1)art. Tire lever is worked To one mile or under 2 '00 Expect to receive in a few days Patrick McNeil D. F. gcn.erallyand: for this purpose, the

by the hand' and the fre- When raining or at two or three hundred barrels corn. McCrary Charles Iaxey W II. Star will sustain such that may be
J. & N. IIA ILEN. intended to dispute its general doctrine .
cjui'iicyof the discharges de- night' 2 00 i Mclntire Daniel McCallett Geo.

.;I)cuI5 upon the quickness of AVhen raining and at March 24. --. Mathews Temperejice! hut the right animadver
sion must be allowed to the
the motion of tile hand. The night 3 00 N always
Not by the Angelina so anxiously Editor, but ,,which will be exercisedin
CHAR GES FOR J1IEJJ/CIJ\ .
gentleman u"ithvhunl we have Cathartic emetic and looked fu1', but by the, Thorn Capt. Norwood Wm. Nutman B. C. the spirit of candor, and with the

connersed has brought home cents. draught fifty Day, the subscribers have just received 0 politeness of gentlemen, tendernessof

one of the balls given him by Bolus an extensive assortment of Owens Joshua Christians, consideration of Phi.
(common) twenty five cents P
Mr. Perkinsehae' examined Anodyne fifty cents. Groceries, Provisions etc. from N. Parish Levis Pratt Abm. losophers, and a love of brothers,

it, and find that it had beenpropelled Musk one. dollar Orleans, viz : I i Pope J. 11. Patterson Nath. whom it is believed all mankind are.
10 nhds ,
Sugar.JO
J from the gnu, probably Powders (per doz) two dollars bbls. Flour, .I R Editors of papers in the Southern
and who
? against a [piece of cast iron. Pills do one dollar ::0 sacks Coffee, Rust George 2 Rice A. Western states, are
to the of the mind
It is flatted out into a dish oft11' Tincture (per ounce) tiny cents to 70 do Salt, Randolph Tho. P. Ramsey Hen. G.2 friendly liberty
and free will
investigation, please
one dollarLinament 500" I lb*Bacon, Rawls John Roberts m.
() inches diameter, &
weighs insert the above often
as they
exactly 1 an ounce. The noise (per ounce) twenty five x'O bbls I prime Pork, Rawls Patience think as ;
cents. I. 30 do Mackerel J, S may proper.
of thi' (discharge one continued :Mixtures per pound two dollars. 20 doVhiskt.'Y, Sewel Rufus 2 Simpson Hardy FIDE AND AMORE*?

roar as loud as thunder, carrying Lotions do one dollar. iO do peach Brandy, Smith Wm. Smith John

:: with the velocity oi lightning Ointments per ounce fifty cents to 2" do Molasses, Simmons H. F. Seabury David LJ1J't.D..y SJ1 VlIILL FORM

a stream of lead. The one dollar. 51 casks nails assorted, from 3d Slade Jeremiah ; aI6IaQ
0 d. 2T
to
whole of this apparatus can be Blisters one to two dollars. 10 do fl'jor Brads THE Subscuber oiiers for salon I
A. W.: Coleman, Taylor Robt. 2 Trippe HenryW '
mounted upon a light carriage 5 bbls.! mess Beef, accommodating terms, his
and can be drawn about by C. A. Walkins, M. D. 5 kegs Tobacco, and lands near Tallahassee, the
Edmund Tucker, Wherly Wm. Walker John H. has been in successful
three or *bur men : or the carriage 4 bbls. Shad, operationbout
R. S R. JHlson Worress J. E B.
20 boxes Sperm and Tallow Washington twelve months, and affords*
may be so constructed as Lewis Willis l\[ i).
< jun. ? Candles, Wilder ezekiah Williams JamesWhiddon annual profit of nearly four thpusaE
to be drawn horses.
by April 7 .0- do Soup, Elias Walton George dollars, it is so constructed as toa

from the simplicity of its ---- -- :xQ: do Porter, Whiddon Sevier Williams HarmanYoung mit the addition of a grist mill at

construction, and from the extreme : S'l ORj\GE 2 casks Marsaillcs Claret, Y small expense-on a handsome' elevation

cheapness with which 12 cases Bordeaux do. Joshua near the mill a comfortabl

such an instrument may be Used ST. MARKS. 3 bbls. loaf Sugar, I Ambrose Crane, p. M. frame building has Just been com

requiring only a few gallons THE subscribers have recently 10 J 12 do cases Comstock Mustard, Cider, I April 1st 1826.CABINET. pleted.)

of watei and a few cordsof erected a large and commodious 2 chests Imperial Tea in Caddies Within half a mile of the ats1'

wood, it"ill put into the 'V'areIouse at St. Marks, and are 6 boxes fresh Raisins: MAKING ling there is a beautiful lake of

hands of the t-akcat.. a power to now prepared to' receive goods on 5 bbls. Vinegar, G AND veral miles in extent affording ti

resist i the strongest.- Two 01. storage ; the charges: will he moderate 2 bbls. Lamp Oil, ]JmmilJi1rrHE greatest variety and abundancethe '
and the strictest attention 1 cask plantation hoes most choice fish.
paidto I --- --
three hundred individuals a spoor the receiving and ,delivering of 50 plough Moulds, : ,,UUSCI'llt>rs respecUui Uin- This place from experiencebeen h

as Lazarus, may bid defiance any consigned. 500 do German Steel, their friends and the public found to be healty, and is.

to the holy alliance hat?If. They will also receive and -BeJI at % tons Iron, generally, that they have openeda pleasant as any in this section

1"o carryon wars, it will 114t a small commissions! any goods, Cot- 1 dozen frying Pans, Monroe Cabinet Stt Shop eel and at the Washinjjtyn corner of country. The land is suitable j f

require the resources of nation ton or produce that may be entrusted 1 do Shovels, Square, where the business is carriedon the cultivation of corn, cotton or.
2 dozen sets scales and Weights, wishing1
I to them.N. gar-His only for
as heretofore to purchase the extensively, and furniture made reason
B. A 10 bblt. Allum Salt, sell is that he has other business .
large assortment of
material of 11"ar. it \\ ill changethe goods agreeably to best style and most
crates stone
Juggs,
.
and which he would wish to devote
provisions
I kept constantly on modern fashions.
whole art of forL ficatiul. 1 cask Ox Chains.
; +haad, and sold low for of undivided attention. The terms w..
for with such an instrument/ very cash. By the return of the Schooner Having a large supply superior
,I.1< two
:':; or three men in a properh April 7. (,f Groceries & Pl'o isions. timber on hand together with ready to purchase, by application to.

constructed place, could withstand J. & N. Hamlen. made furniture, they will hence be on the premises-they will be_ .

the assaults of an armyof St. Marks I always ableand ready to attend punctually eral, and negroes will be taken

50,000.1\ single; ; machine. !@ ilgmQ( ; March\l7._ to all orders forwarded them. part or whole payment.

--AL 50-- B. ]1. Bradford.
on board a suitable vessel FOR SALE.
The subscribers Turning of description will be tfIllrno
would having entered into every April 7. J
74 almost Instantly
destroy a partnership under the firm Turbot THE fourth part of the undivided done with despatch and in the best

: indeed, Lord n el ling- und Jos. R. Betton on 2d Jan. inst. tract of land called "Walnut manner. Rob't P. Boyce & Co. :

ton said, our info rmaiit was Turbou K. Helton Hill," containing upwards of 400 Tallahassee, Nov. 12, 1825. tf. THE subscriber mf

told by VI r. Perkins, that was Jos. R. tteimn.We acres.I having t.
FOR SALE. from Williamson's about
his opinion. By means of this have lately received a general i deem it useless to state the spring road ,:
assortment of Dry goods Groceries, THE interest that James M. quarters of a mile on the ,'
instrument, a few thousand men etc. which we will self on good terms ]particular situation, or the advantages Drake has in lot No. 104, with improvements ing to Sin i's ferry Chipola, |no_
-could march into China of soil, water &c. as it has attracted still
and
occupied at present by the public that his house is
the attention of all
carry terror and destructionthrougn Turbott Sc Jos. R. Betton persons, Dr. Haire. for the reception of t .,

the nation, till they had=. Tallahassee Jan. i 7ih 826. exploring terms that apply section to of Mr.country.For Ambrose.- J. G. Searcy, agent. those who may favour him 1-.

seated themselves 7 call rely his unreII1l,
the April may upon
upon D R. R. S. R. WILSON.RESPECTFULLY ) : Crane at Tallahassee, or to myself.J. attention in rendering such ace.
throne
of the celestial
empire ;; BOTTS TRIPLET
tenders his aflbw
modations as the country
and a smaller arm could marchthrough professional services to the citizensof Cantonment Clinch March 24.IDlliQ ALMANACS
_., Gentlemen travelling
-- ,
Africa.Upon Tallahassee and its vicinity. Vll1LJ1tt or 11I'Cullahs' ferries fromChgist

the whole, this instrument April 7 FOR on Chipola will not find their!

will introduce new era RESPECTFULLY tenders his n YEAR gress retarded by taking this in >
professional services to the citizens
into the affairs of the world PRIM TING, route ,
NICHOLS-
Executed with neatness and despatch at of Tallahassee and its vicinity. c. (J.
C\V modifying the art and prin this office. March 24. For Sale at this Office. March 24' Sl





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