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

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TALLAHASSEE, PRIDE MAY 19, 1826. No. 26.

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published Every Friday by ., bia (Colombia) -; and if, at any time j I her. That l\Hsl Siro er felt duly found themselves restored to perfect i --then covering his face with both

AMBROSE CRANE, I J be hereafter, the said equality shall not sensible of the hono r of having health ; and on the following morning his hands, he remained for a moment_
I reciprocated in the ports of the elicited a graceful congee from the they bade adieu to Saratoga absorbed in thought. Resuming his
Authorised to print the Laws' of the j( so id Republic, the President may, biother of an English earl cannotbe w
springs. he said in
UNITED'STATES and, of the Ten j! a'id he is serenity, a si.eering tone,
hereby authorized
we /
to, issue ; nor can suppose, "This is a very ungenteel affair "I madam be-
congratulate ,on
t you, ,
tory of Florida. '\Ibis Proclamation, declaring that without injustice to the gentleman'staste said Mrs. IIigh yer. "I never heard ing the wife of a beggar like yourself.I

Price Five Dollars per annum pay1 1\ 1 fact, whereupon this act shall cease that he saw with indifference the beat of it in my born days /" am a ruined man, and kiow not
able in advance. and determine. tne mantling blushes which those
said fat ]lady. uHowfunny
a shopkeeper's whence to immediate
Advertisements.. inserted on the JOHN W. TAYLOR, attentions had di awn foth; ; certaii-, !" cried one lady. "How supply my
young wants.
terms. ,. Speaker of the House of it is, however, that as they seperated "
customan Represen- } / exclaimed another.
shocking "Can not draw the earl]
.... tatives. in opposite directions{ neither of you upon ,
--, them was seen to cast" one longing Egad, that's a keen, smart girl / your brother ?" said the lady."I .
JOHN C. CALHOUN, lingering look behind." :; said one gentleman. "She's a tickler have not the honor of being allied -

Vice-President and of the United States As I had not the privibge of intruding ] I warrant her /" said a second. to the nobility."
r president the Senate.
\ APPROVED ; into either of tteir chambers "She's a pirate, by thunder, "Perhaps you can have recourse
(+ April 20, 1826.
$illll JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. I cannot say what fHI'}' forms roared Captain JJilliaid. to the pay-master of your regi-
might have flitted a 'c/unc the magic In the meanwhile (the new married ment ?"

[PUBLIC----No. 23.] pillow, nor whether the fair. pairvere pursuing their Journey "I do not happen to belong to any
one dreamed of coronets coats of I by easy stages, towards the city regiment."

BY AUTHORITY. An act appropriating a sum of money arms, kettle-drums: aid 1 epaulettes. of New York. We all know "how "And have you no lands in Arkansas -

Lairs cfthe United Stales, passed a for the repair of the Post l In short, I am no; able to the blest charms of nature improve, 1""Not

the fat session; of the nineteenth, Con Roads between Jackson and Columbus inform the inquisitive n-aikr, whether when we see them reflected," andso an acre." .

gress. ] in the State of Mississippi. other the all parties thought of each on, and we can readily imagine, "Pray then, sir, may I take the
<< at but from the
; extreme
[PuBLic-No. 21.] difficulty( of again such "how happily the (days of Thalaba l liberty of asking who }ou are V"
Be it enacted by the Senate and different i \ persons\ "in contact. I am: 1 past by" on this Ot''aSlOih.' Uninterrupted "I am your husband: mr.dain, at

ANIe ACT to authorize the State of House of Representatives of the inclined to think the athenluiewould hy ceremonious visits, unrestrained your service, and only sen: to a famous

!.+:.r;.>.!lvaiia: to ]lay out and make a United States of America in Con- | have ended here t had not by the presence of third gambler, \\ ho left me heir to .

caK,J through! the United States, gress Assembled, That the sum of uchancf, which oft dccvlps 1 the fate parties, surrounded by all the blandishments his principles and pn.-iess>ion.*'

public: ground, near the city of Pitts fifteen thousand dollars be, and the of mighty monarch ," dccieedtheirs. which give enchantmentto /V/y father eavt n.e a good education -

burgh. I same is hereby, appropriated, for ,, the rural scene, it is not surprising ,' said 1 .,'lit: !;.(!) .

lie it enacted by the Senate and the repair of the Post Road in the Miss Simper's hcalh requiredher that our lovers should often digress '-S<, did mirpe,"' Hid the gentleman -

Jfwei'j Rwrcscntalircs s of the United Indian country, between Jacksonand I attendance at the fountain on from the beaten road, and as "!.tt it has '!ot j i'Cti ei ted me

Stales: {:{t i eric; r.i Congress as-se n- Columbus, in the State of *l/is- the following morning i ct an unseal often linger at a romantic spot, or a from trtin.i'isg; (the] wroLg: tuck this

bled. That: the consent of Congressis sissippi, to be expended under the 1 1t ly early hour; and the Uajor, while secluded cottage.\ time."

1 hereby: given to the State of Pennsylvania direction of the Postmaster General 1I others were sleeping, had sallied Several days had now elapsed, and So. saving, rr.o/orFilzconi.cl/ : ] houn-
I forth
to I lay out and make a canal ; and that the said sum of money to cnjuv the 1.:\'igoratin r neither party had made any disclosure ced out of the chamber, h( stciedto

through: the United States public be paid] out of any money in the (freshness of the early bk:eze. They to the other upon the important the bar.. and called the landl(,,"cl., His
met accident
again by the
ground, at the village of Lawrcnceille Treasury not otherwise appropriat well, and as the altndant: propi-, whois I subject of finance. As they interesting bride It'ilcwed r} on tiplce,

\ near the city of Pittsburg : ted. usually posted there, to fill the were drawing, near the end of their and listened unobserved. The Major -

Pwilled c That, i in laying out and JOHN \V. TA YLOR, J glasses of the invalids, lad not ta- Journey, the major thought it advisable enquired( "at what hour the mail

mlii'lT f'H canal, the said State, Speaker of the House of RcI iresen- 1 ken his station, the Maor had not to broach t this delicate matter stage would 1 pass forew York." .

thf Fngi!..eeis, artisans, or laborers, tatives. 1C only the happiness of pel (forming to his bride. It was upon a line summer About midnight was the rc 4 l'ly."

by !tier employed, shall not interfere JOHN C. CALHOUN 1 that office, but of it-plenishing{ the evening, as they sat by a window "Please. to secure ine a seat, I said

wih, or hijdrc, any of the buildings, Vice-President and of the United States 1t exhausted vessel, until tie lacy had at an {inn, enjoying the beautiesof the major, "and let' me be waked at

improvements' or other works, er- President of the Senate. quaffed the full meaaurt prescribed an extensive landscape, that this the prcperhour." "C; ];, ere seat ?"
CC1r'1. or that may V hereafter be e- JOHN- 20, is :' I I in- the medical I dictator of this little memorable] conversation occurred. inquiicd: the host. "Oi-e seat only] ," '

rei ted. l\v., or for the use of, the United QUINCY ADAMS: 1 ccmmuuit ty. Ian! not r..ble0 'They had been amusing themselves was the reply. The landlord] remarked -

Jsfntes.Sec. ---- T say how often they p'Ulgfd! each with'that kind of small'talk which tlu.t it was ..ustomtr for }

2. / nd.be. it further enacted, From the JVeicYork JWirror.Fashionable other in the salubuous beverage ; new married folks find so vastly plea- gentlemen. who set off] in the} night,

That, ns a con itio,1 on which the watering places I II hut when the reader! is ifvlJlll'dhat j s iMl!! as how much they love one another to pay their fare in advance ; upon

assent of Congress is Liven, wherever By a villrge Beau. I the quantum iCIll ale prescrihec varies fiom to a delicate and lr>w happy they intend to which i the major paid for the seat.

:ssi-1: raual shall cross any public Miss Simper appeared at Saratogain i lour to he, and what a fine thing) it is for The mo/rr ai-d hisbiide' returned -
ccurdin j
eight glasses, a to the
or private road or highway, in an elegant suit of sable. She was t of her ir.d,; that nature two fond hearts to be dissolved and 1 to SCp.U;'t(; i l.mhcIthe: ; former -
complaint, la-
snrl: public ground, the State ofliisvlvnia skid to be in mourning for her father dy cannot decorously sip more a than melted down into one, &c. Many was Soon?! ;uu l.e
P:.: r shall cause bridges to an opulent broker in Bultimoie one mouthful without drawing examples of love and murder wererelated sleep, but the )IstUT e repelld} : the
b. erected ft for the of : recently deceased.-Grief had wasted -the lady told of several from '
passage I her health hI i eathit will be seen that ample! drowsy god her .\ elids. When
arts and \vagons : and forever thre- and weeping and time was afforded on this occasion distressed swains who had incontinently she heard the sta,!.,e tin:ve up to the
washing her '
c after keep and maintain the said was come away to recover roses her, and she for a tete-a-tete. The ice being thus hanged t themselves for their : door of the Inn, she hi:!>tj iv!!. n'',r v.d

b' ul;es passable and in good repair:, reanimate her blushes.appetiteand { Miss broken, and the water culy quaffed, mistresses, and the gentleman as often h having previously! made no 1 Lbr ;IMIdle -

without receiving any toll or tolls, Simper, of course, was an heiress, | t the gentleir.an proposed a promenade asseverated that not one of those without whi-"h tt :ir clY never

or any other compensation whatever. and at' r acted seat attention. The to which the lad) after some J martyred lovers adored the object of steals maivh.Ivsfrned. 1 clown stairs.:

JOHNV.. TAYLOR, gentleman called her a beauty, and little hesitation, acceded! ; & \\-\\\cii 1 his passion, with half the fervor Upon the wo4VIP met the landlord, .

Speaker of the House of Representatives talked a ;great deal of her real estate the great bell summoned them to which he felt for his own, dear, who inquired if }her husband was a-

i bank stock, and securities.-Some breakfast, they repaired: to the table sweet, darling, l lAt precious little Anne / wake.

JOHN C. CALHOUN, of the ladies thought her complex- with e.\crllent appetites, and "lIe is not," said the IrJy, "and 6
I last
chei'ks glow ih with I healthful! hues throwing arm over hisuiiVs !
Vice-President I ;; ,
of the United States ion sailor.
too and oh'ectrdJ'ectrd
,, some to need not be disturbed.: j'G
chair l h-e said .
produced by the exeicise of themUl'li : carele&sly."Who
and President of the Senate. the style of her di css11"8.:: High "The seat was taken for
:ing.At ] has the management of you,
\PPROVED-April 14 1826. nycr said she had not the air of a then ? inquired the inkeepcr. '
i ten clock the lady issued your property, my dear ?" ;
of fashion
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS i woman while Capt. Hil- "
I forth from. her chamber, adorned "You have, darling," repliedshe. I "Certainly.
_____ 9 hard pronounced) her a suspicioussail my
with new charm, by thewrecent labors "Oh, very well] ---we'll not disturb -
and declared
l his belief
that she}
[PtBLIC-N 22.] was a privateer in disguise. The oi the toilet i and slill.ng l); pensively "I shall have 1 when I get it," said ( the gentIenmn---the stags is

\n act to equalize} the duties on vessels .fair slranirri, however, walked dai- book in hand/ to the furthe- the husband"I meant to inquire, ready, madam---jump in." Mrs. ,

of the Republic of Columbia: ly to the*s fountain, modestly cast rest I corner of the great piazza, commenced whose possession it was at pre Fitzconnel Jumped in accordingly,

(Colombia,) and their down her eyes when g.zedt, and her studies. It happened,, 5ellt '/" andy S soon on her war; to N. York,

it enacted by the Senate cargoes.Be ana]IS l'C"Hcd unconscious of all but her at the same moment, t that iht! JNla- "It is all in your own possession," leaving' the gallant and] ijijrenious Mayer '
fresh from his
jor j vallet's
j House Representatives of the own horrors. Ah Jullhis lime, Major hands, said the lady. to provide another conveyance.

United States of America in Con. Fitzco nell appeared' upon the treat hied ,!:himself to breathr the forth same the cool melon I e- "Do not.trifle with me," said j and a new wife,,at his leisure.

s gress assembled, That no other or busy scene. He was a tall, handsome choly muses of his soul upon his the gentleman, patting-her cheek'OU --Z1* '

t higher rate of duties' shall be imposed lished man manners, of easy, who address seemed and to pol-regard ) flute. Seeing the lady, he hesitated, ") have made me the happy master Reflections upon the state of America,
or collected ou vessels of the all around him with an air of begged pardon for his intrusion, and I of your person, and it is time to icith reference to Europe, and other

c Republic Columbia (Colombia,) very polite unconcern. lie was was about to retire-but the lady give me the disposal of your for parts (f(he icorid.DV .
and their assured him i it was Hno intrusion tune." '
of at
cargoes, consisting articles -
announced as an officer in his n ri-
o of the growth, produce, or tanic Majesty s service, and brotherto all," and laid aside her book. The ".Illy face is my fortune, kind sir," ( A NATIVE OF cusco.)

o mauufacture- of said Republic, than Earl] Somebody, in England. It gentleman was soon seated beside: said she, laying her head on his Translated from the Spanish into the

t are, or may be, payable on vesselsof was reported that he had I large lan her. He begged to know the. subjectof shoulder. .English Lm' 'uage. .

1 the United States, with cargoescomposed ded possession in the west. He her researches, and was, delighted 1 To be plain with you, madam," <.J ;
with the taste displayed in the England, always intent upon com-
as aforesaid. did not appear to seek society, but said the impassionate bridegroom,
choice of her author she I merical advantages; has h,-t'n as- '
Sec. 2. And well bread ci- ; earnestlysolicited "I have need of imm li .i
a be it further enacted was too to repel any money : c- I
of his sideous to obtain! fiiemishi?, and
r That the Secretary of the 'l'rer.sury zilities which were offend to him. a display musical talents l ly---the hired gig in which \n mine t Iform in ;
be and was enraptured with prrmuU'iu rs; ;.ishm! nis
a 1dhei is hereby,- authorised to The gentleman were well I J pleased note; ; and when the same imper every to this place, is returned, and 1 have Central America: ; tic iile the United

return all l duties which have been with his good sense, his knowledge tinent bell which had curtailed their! not means to procure another con- I Slates has displayed !<->s zeal.! The
of the world and the of his I
jessed since the 29th January, suavity morning walk, again sounded in i veyance. I vilages of the former, heightened by .
eighteen; hundred and twenty six, on manners, but as he seemed to avoid 1 their ears, they were surprised to "To be equally candid with you, I her possessions in the East and

v ssels of the 1 Republic of Columb the ladies, they had little opportunityof find how swiftly time had flown, an sir," replied the happy bride, "I I West Indies,(and her immense colonies .

a (Colombia,) and their cargoes of Major Fhzconnel estimating! and qualities.Miss Simpre chagrined that the common.Plac dc have nothing in the world but what every where-Hindostan, other .J

the growth, produce, or manufac- met by accident at the fountain operation of eating was so often allowed you see." parts of Asia,) and New South i

Jjtfeof the said Republic, beyond The officer, who had just filled his 1 to interrupt the feast of reason "Have you no real estate ?" said Wales ; her extensive intercourse Jj.
e and the How of wit. the between those places, and Spanish
amount which would have been glass at tier approach, presented it major, starting onhis feet. I
payable and Portuguese America with her
on vessels of the. United the who in the At four o'clock the ,.
to lady, sipping I military stranger "Not an acre."
States other colonies, China &: European j
aforesaid and cargoes, composed as. transparent element, droped her i handed Miss Simper into an eU l "No bank stock ?" trades, multiply her means of ;

that imported therein ; and handkerchief. The gentleman*ery ;! egant gig, and drove to theneigh 1 "None." I ply and magnify and enhance sup-her
--cesame allowances of drawact gallantly picked up the cambric, and l bouring village ; where rumour
t. b : securities, no Jewels, no money influence :he, therefore, covets American -
on' espotatioi, in vessels ofepublic restored it to the owner-but theblushing soon proclairred that this interesting ?" ., commerce employ andsatisfy '
the I l ] of Columbia Colom- damsel, abashed by the pair were united in the holy ,
( her home and foreign
big "Nothing the kind. popu-
) be attentions of an elegant stranger bands of matrimony. For fie!
made the esay once,
as like
on o r- I. "Are lalion, to increase her revenue andto
t ep not the ;
atiop, In vessels in her'confusion lost her reticule many tongues of fame spoke truly- you daughter, and .
the United extend and colonial
Stat I which the soldier gracefully and when the Major returned with heiress. of a rich' broker ?" perpetuate
dominion fcf maratime.dornination.Great .
Sec ,And replaced upon her wrist, and with a his blushing bride, all could see ihthe it "Not I, ,indeed." ,
?' be, il further-enacted Britain one of the greatest
T embarrzssment of the "Who the devil then !"
bat.this most respectful bow. lover was you '
act shall colonizers has the merit of diffusing
p eu force ,continue- and be A courtesy on the ,one side; and exchanged for the triumphant smile. "I amY our' wife, sir, and the the ,of
science and
time lights ,philosophy
rdurinS the that the,. ,the other terminated of,the. "It of
enn another bow on delighted bridegroom. is daughter a >very honest black
hlY for and of dissemination the
r, all i which It provides al 11 I,. the civilities of this_ "meetin t '. hardly necessary to add that 'su c h smith."' .* of civil and I
theory liery ,
lh ports respects ff be reciprocated ia The gentleman_ pursued his walk, was the salutary effect of this pleasing "Bless me P\exclaimed the major ment, where she has openly govern exercised ..

UC Republic of Colu m- and the lady returned to her chatn- event, that the "young couple" starting back with astonishmentj her sovereignty, and ruled, ; yet .



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notwithstanding of in the mutability,', some European customs or principles and moreambition. w rthy of European demic! shade, ,and :calmly! ] t' r (I 'med 1:: ,.wtlt; i 11itt; ti II -

*- fairs physical, she'icannot nature and to IJ-' man eternize a subtract from indepen- the ring. The eyes of 'Willis danced -i 'copy IR a futureMissoufrAarocateV j1 D1b 'I JntI i.J
her power, and must look forward dence, and are adverse to the A civilii d population of in Joy, as he, beheld the noble.1 a ic fJ

to the loss of some of her cumbrous. public and private felicity of more than t .rtv. five millions of form au .gallant air of; 111mvhom I rout to the Pacific Oceaiiby ,dllcG\iiii11

colonies. Unless, profiting by her America. and innumerable. to conquer would be to add unfading .GeneraPAHLEY., ''By' 'it l\i.

own experience, that of Spain and in laurels to any victor's brow. They appears that a Journey'across'cato _
Kngland, more engaged aborigines nder free sJ'aC
governirit -
Portugal and the advancement of spread wide their arms, and rushed p pli5hedvith'comparative : '
man and society in knowledge: and manufacturing and commerce, ments, the s which per- into ,the manly embrace. The heartof and without 'encountering 'ease

happiness, she could make them cohesive -, more dependent upon an active vades and irculates throughthe the champion of the' Pal straI oust obstacle, by the way any: of serf,ther1l'* ,

and cement their attachmt and profitable employment of whole, habiting a remote ,I beat high with a hope inspired by Platte, and another river, believe ii

by qualified liberty, in an incorporation her dense population, (which i is> continent, tIn thousand miles the remembrance of a hundred pre by Gen. ASHLEY to be the ,Bue :

with the parent stale, as integral the chiaf source of her wealth) long, aud three thousand wide, vious triumps. But when he felt ven ura.-, Nat.; Jutirndl..1 1":
parts of her empire ; allotting the Jion-likegr of the Chief that ft"i\
than of
I. the inhabitants[ a freefair, and lull any country Europe, stietchinfrom the. Autartic to t,
circumscribed by policy & the Artie 'circles,. full of J confidence began to waver ; another The Automaton Chess Player. ;
; :representation in the legislature anti ;, modifications : re- 1
moment and all for
r was certainty The
national councils, by representativeschosen of trade, in the introduction ource and stamina, is uncolon- he was hurled to the ground with, a dent "an conjecture Old Chess of Pla"eras our correspond
by, and from among the of her home and foreign to ;
izable and imcoiuju le... for whch seemed to thrill throughthe the management. of this fc
represented themstUes. ; or, actua- ingenious'cOl1triv
fabrics, and productions American attractions inviting of his \
marrow loud ,
ted by noblei senti nents, and very ; nce, appears to be well
a more lofty ambition, prefering she upon the continent of Europe, to emigration, the necessities shouts, long echoing through the founded. We have very closely ,

should choose to give the world a finds in America, a counterbalance of Europe are more like to neighbouring forest, proclaimed thevictor's (though not maliciously) scrutinized.,

splendid: and_proud example of magiianinmy ; of uropean competition.t drive a late portion of her population triumph. the movements of Mr.- -- -.-facll--__j .flT WW,
ann justice, worthy ot the Independent: America opens ti america as friends, "Modest in victory, and panting his figure, and we are persuadedthat
present age, and the imitation of all from the toil, for Willis was twice the whole thing effected
trade and
a vast innuiueiableavenues than enemies, in the certainty of by-a.
fu'uie nations anti ti ,.r, in a voluntary the man that lives in these degenerate dedicate and almost } .
and to riches, [from w inch freedom! imi assurance of competency irapercptible "
dignified emancipation 01 days, a nobl! foe, and one, who pressure of concealed springs. That*.
her foreign dependencies and te'iilorirs. the most 'of the European nations and ease with a moderate long l 'had borne the palm alone,' the JJ/aelzel, himself, is an expert chess

'rlnces. Dismemberments'of and sc- were partially dcbarcd, "rwholly share of lluJusti y and prudence. Victor Chief retired to his studies, player, cannot be doubted for a mo, I

t dependencies from parent excluded, by the former I i ohservin -you have had a sample of ment. It is eaqually certain that no'

some states special, are act natural.of Without Iliudos- rulers of Dependent AmericaJ Hostile armies" and fleets, if my wretling, I hope that I shall be one is concealed in the drawers, or
grace. : and }her redundant the disturbed no more. Ilevas not disturbed behind the
tan, and some other of the Herculean by consuming not CaptIiel or lost on ocean drapery.Mali's Advocate
colonies of England, like those manufactures and productions \\ .uld be abandoned by but reclined at his length in

of Spain and Portugal, may assume the joint produce of her desertion, destroyed (by starvation -. the shade, he seemed the young lion /lrw Printers lit e.-The editor of" '
i in
repose, and no one was willing toouse a in Warren
thir Pa.
independence; like those btatijshe > I labor enterprise arts ingenuity 1- and climateor paper county says
him from his lair." he has .
may find that her limbs, too up again not received two dollars in
pondrous and muscular for her brd) I t and capital I, indirectly employs ed by the armed inhabitants. I -. .._ five months. Many doubt this, but

to wield and nurture.illfull off, or l and pays a large portion Tyrannical, disgraced, distracted those who do so, give evidence that ,
free themselves ; and driven in part, of her excessively crowded population prostrate and hapless NEWS.I they knew but little of "the trade. :

from her restrictive system, In the a part of v\hiehvoultl, :> pin: ; will her wretched, des- [Soon after the above notice, it. i I

coercive European. continental p'. .- otherwise be idle, necessitous, )l'uhlc Kin* and RUSSIA AND TURKEY. is reported, the subscrib to the :
l corrupt execrable
cy of the H'oly11 ance, she mus; and turbulent and whuJi I Extract of: a letter from first source, paper as if stung with a delinquenr4consequence .
alow! her ancient ally, In-land, |L i! eland ; by I hieri 'chJ, is so impotent to a Merchant in Baltimore, dated, by an almost simulta-,,, .
of hospitality, genius, and,, h,.- parity of reasoning, guaranties that lael'VLI' on America is LONDON, 13 Feb. 1826. ueous movement, went forward

roism,]j free respiration, or risk a her infernal tnuiquiliiy & comfort hardly notuiial ; and from having "Government has jUbt received a ed up their arrears, some in pay advance -,

falling into derangmient and debit. and augments her: finances, ; bi en .flensive, may erelong despatch from Russia, that thy will upon this tho printer got new

ity herself. l her force, and her grandeur. As l become defensive, and be be compelled to declare war against ; types, better paper, and 'went on.
It is not perceived that a voluntary Turkey, to prevent a revolt of the '
the t of withhisbusiness lark.
political system England carried ill to her I European ports! as gaily as ]
surrendrof sovereignty army.-It is hoped, however, that
Baltimore Patriot.
is parth financial l, & she vends and ten-holes by Americans I
over colonies hy the through the mediation of G. Brittainand
: parentefate.s more to America than all the her late colmists if she does
France, the Porte will be induced
should shock public sensibility J\fiddktoun, (Conn.) Jl ml 12.
be rest of Kurope together she not hasten t) do the only act of to acknowledge tbe independence Winter 1"rlumed.-A large quantity .
or incompatible
with nationalelfa1'c ior will he cautious: not to offend so signal; justicji of which she is of Greece, and thus prevent a of snow feJl] during the day on

; good a-customer. True policy capable, or aas the power in a war. This is not generally known, Jl/onday ; and although much of it.
grown to maturity, they cannot I prompts her & I Europe to peace formal and 'iolemn renunciationof be it as it may, things appear far melted as it fell, still yesterday ,

he retained : and, independent, and a'mitith America, as it her pretensions to sovereignty from settled." wore more the appearance of a winter's :

may become auxiliaries.In does to close: cordial friendship in the wejtern! hemisphere. Latest from B uropc-L on don papers ;: day than anyone we have seen', :
to the 9th of March have been
arms, or pacific, Europe with each] other between all the \\ hat ha Spain or Europe received at N. York ,the for some time. So great a body of
cultivates tire by packet snow ha snot fallen at any one time ,
arts the
requires i independent American fctales, to tempt America ? Nothing ship Hudson. In England, there appears during the past \viiiter.
precious metals & productions that they (the latter) may occasionally but dependence & chainsas: at lenght, to have been a

' of Vrnprica, and manufacturing combine for security, or salage and servility If to ambition temporary suspension of money embarrassments BOSTON, April 1.
,\5.: more than she can use, looks to act-simultaneously to repel intrusion she proffers honours !- very few bankruptsies Snow S/O'm.-It began to snow, '

if the Western world for consu i avenge injury or insult, America has won laurels and having taken place within the yesterday morning, and a light snow

mers of-the surplus. An erica, number of failures had occured, The weather mild and it thaw-
confirmed in her independence, < in national .greatness and add can create and obtain them and was ,
some extensive at
liaving all the Taw materials, glory j &by a show of very ones ed through the day ; but at evening
; strength, with me-rit.-If country-she is Berlin. Every thing remained perfectly the ground was covered with sno,,:""

with every speciesand quality remove the motive with, the the most beiutiful and lovely ; tranquil at St. Petersburg on[ to the depth of two or three inches. ;

of productions, and the .precious ]impossibility of impuuity, and and will eclipse Europe in bril the 20th February. The city was i'..

metals, can either gro,,"., prevent aggression. liLt ucy. If the fascinations of full of distinguished foreigners from: ALBANY, April 12.

raise and vend her staples. and ly national glory, is not Gold can charm, she can givea the different Courts of Europe. Yesterday was unusually cold for?
purchase in a foreign market ; that The Governments of Rome, Austria the season. The JJ/ercury stood at
meant vain false million
glory of lor one-her mountains I
employ of her population : Sweden, Denmark and France 21 at sunrise, 22 at 1 A M and 34 at I
or part
force, conquest, & domination, and vallies are ore, Gold' 'have officially .recognised the Independence 4 P M. Considerable snow fell on
in 1nanlfactutlilg..nlcrl- i arising from the creation of and silver. If armies of Brazil. "
I or numbers monday, and we arc told that it now
ca Is, consequently, in fact [ and armies and their ttlluid There further of ,
ees most independent ; and Europe 1 I which always give I swarmsith men. If power vantages gained by the Greeks. A parts of the country. I

gains more l I.y Amerira, thai great po\r.er rulers, is often she governs herself, has arms letter dated, camp at Lepanto, Jan. ,

America gainby .urolie. l For fatal to liberty, and terminates in her hands., and returns the 25, states that the Greeks had attacked
alone series! of years, huroiK-,- the Turks at Lepanto and Jl. S. THRUSTOJV.COUNSELLOR
s in the degradation:; vilification, Spartan answer-COME AID
Patras and
was the Academv' & workhopof I and misery of the human race ; TAKE THEM. gained a-signal victory. &. ATTORNEY AT

.\ Circumstances have
hilt that \\ hich consists in A splcnded dinner was given, on LAW.

changed ; and America can enlighten knowledge, rational, defined, or From the National Journal the 20th inst. by the friends of South

and work for her cif. regulated liberty, and national : From the recollections of WASHINGTON American liberty, at the City Hoie1. Will practice in the courts of Leon -

1 nglaud sees .this with emu \irtne and happinessEngland I an unpublished work, by 'in Savannah_ to com Pelot, of the Gadsden and Jackson. His reH|

tion ; and fully sensible of thelatent Columbian Navy. deuce is in Tallahassee.,
: ability of America.. is intensely Spain, Portugal The United States schooner Porpoise May s 5'4' *f_ ::]l

anxious to prolong her and France, taught; by dear experience "Of the athletic powers of the Lieut. Commandant Cooper, jfOTICE.l t ;.

dependence on European sup -, no longer iuduhdns C5: Chief in early life, we shall give arrived at Gibraltar, in twenty nint THE purchasers of Lots in 4*

ply. America having ail the visionary meditations of re- some* memorable examples. The days! from N\v-York, and was to City of Tallahassee are, jflf9ft14:

Deans of culture, extraction'!, subjugating America, or any following is not the least remarkable sail 4th February for Fort 1\1 abODe that the monies due: .on aceottflti!

coinage, exchange and ni&uu- part of it, but awakening from; I : 'the late COL. LEWIS WILLIS, the first instalment for said lotsi W
Tho City Council Savannah
Ir of Fredericksburg, of all the school on r the interest thereon, will be _receifr
such delusive dreams will
factoring, of.cumulative knoui .. ,; duly the memorial of the ladies of the
fellows'of WASHINGTON the most I ed of the com!
R Butler
by (one
edge, wealth and,strength, it is estimate her : Aud, she, in the City, in relation to the cultivation
in the 'of Aug9
pre-eminent manly games sion) until the :1 st day
concatinalion of-events be the mulberry tree, for the
optional with her te purposeof
which she may
which the of those
djstinguihed youth the silk-worm net, when aU notes unpaid ;
introducing -
shall most direct her attention as necessary; to Europe, at least L reported ., 1
days, possessing great muscular ir. favour of granting four lots p utin suit indiscriminatelyRobert .r:!
k and energies, and will depend I to the maritime, if to no other strength, combined with activity & for the purpose, to .be considered Butler, ) 'Comm'i jj 4

upon calculation, predicated upon powers, or to some of them, as ,|superior skill in wrestling. the property of the City, :.1 Ambrose- Crane, > _5ioneT' !?

her convenience, or interest.., the different American State During the recess of the .school- .' r_ : H. F., Simmons.,\- -,, .'J.

or (both, governed by judgment t are to each other, by enabling hours, the young athletae formed a HENDERSON, Ky. March 1 :<.-. 'May'5. .,J J -1\t-Y-rs
them in of their collision rural Gymnasium on the green, and The,Ohio river4? still rising with .DR. 'WJlTKINS'- t..',
sand principle. The manufacturing case 1. d
Willis excelling all his competit-ors,. considerable .rapidity at this placeafew -. -, ,
countries of Europe, and her rights are effected, tc: demanded'nobler foes. Meantime feet .mote will brin g it to. .s" HAYING: .dissolved i .9$ Tsbip

struggling to compete with each maintain an equal contest ; or the Chief then in the lusty prime high a stage as has ever been_known_ wither! tucker. ," t ugf

other in American! supply, are in a desperate conflict, decide and vigour of his youth, had retiredto by the oldest settlers. There!- i is t at prOfeSSWflZ1icrViCct0andmeybrnd : p }

solicitous to introduce ne\v the issue by over-matching outrace the shade'of a tree, and ,vas pro- present, no doubt, but tftat_ before : ; in,the .day x
the present rise. ba.tcst that 'it' will when'on'Mftwcaiaujjj! a tj.M4tU 4p
tastes andfashions in and violence ; but above foundly engaged in the studies of the :
rapid reach at IcaV. the highest sUge. a&"j t.mgit(
tern f
all in impartial school, heedless of the sports which ) : 1.;
succession to imitate her domestic by acting a neutral, him. Willis The people of Indiana opP'iii1el.li Ward office\ .. \o-,.

manufactures, & to hasten equitable character of were passing remarked so near his matchless place, are moving their stack fcfc. .Uebas-tlte, t J.-,} tring I
had often
the march of umpire, preserve or restore over?the 'iver ; and, in fact, there is for sale.man's \ '' or
extravagance, and size and deem- .
figure superior ,
at this ti little if landon :
to multiply real, and to create I peace and prevent the weaker: ed him a rival worthy of liis grasp. the side of very the rivrr, any opposite ,drops, ,Essence; .61 Oll

artificial wants, that they maybe p frty from falling a sacrifice lo, The young Washington ,declined the thin place, ,which is not ,entirely mint, ,Opodelcq(
necessary to their satisfac the stronger in war. combat, his mind being disposed to inundated.The dozen bottles.?, .,''.t .. 1i :l l

.' tion. Premature changes, and I The expulsion of the Turks study and reflection. But when the t .... : _,ApHlJ28. 1 .i .: reA iI ;

victor of.tke proudly tro the fur frae/e-T-Qen. ASHLEY, with .. .' ". -- t ; i ,;cf "'
habits induce : -the -
adoption of may L i from Europe ; entire conquest Rw1JpfJJRESPECTEUI4cYtO !
arena, calling on. the student to: a party of twenty-five 'm n1eft St. I DR.11. :&
deviation from simplicity of Africa and Asia \b-

a republican i come and share the fate 'of the van Louis on,the.8th'March, intending .
and {purity of manners;, I Europe, is more practicablethan quished: and taunting him with fear fall in with' the different companies prore 8iorial ..ser\ticU tUJf.t,. ,

and frugality in economy! a re-colonization of any; Discomfiture, the future theme11of beyond the Rocky Mountains; ,Tis of llahistee d.its:.tici431 i. !

which, with a substitution of part of independent America: many a praise, rose from his aca enterprise{ merits,and'we-hope will ", AprIl 7.JJ-'*';""1:0.:-,,-...,....'J&" .I.J,.,..c' .,..!t''I.i \./o. 1J ,


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:::< location of restless tthd unsettled sa on file in the office4 of that department for Spanish spoliations on British I MASONIC NOTICE.

.\{LLAlABB'E'E, vage population within such prescribed together with any other: investigation merchants ; or an armament will be ,
geographical limits as would be least which the President\ of sent put immediately, to tate) posses- Meetings of Jackson Lodge of Tallahassee .
--FRAt IDAY r IAY 19, 1826. hazardous to the tranquility and least the U.States may think proper to sion of Puerto Rico and HayAui." No. 23. .-
detrimental to the interests of the territory institute as to the methods esortedto THE Lodge will meet at their ':

a large and numerous meeting and sufficiently extensive to by Commissioners, actirj under The new noyel by the author of Pall in the City of Tallahassee, for
/the citizens,of Tallahassee I at the afford the means of subsistence to instructions frQm a previous administration Rejected Addresses, entitled Bram- the purpose of transacting the ordi- .
of Judge Jsfacomb, on Satur- those Indians to be concentrated on in negotiating the ate Indian bletia, or the Cavaliers and Roundheads nary business thereof, on the 2nd '
house T the 12th inst. pursuant it.- -The late President of the U. treaty in Florida will i salt in has been put to press byWells Thursday m every month, at hajf
SWen in tile. Florida Intel I States directed a location on the the establishment of the following I and Lily of Boston.Mr. after 6 o'clock P. M. from the first

:fencer, his Honor I Charles I llaire' peninsula south, and the commission- That the treaty, in character CROPPEB, of Liverpool, recently of November,to the first of April,
Iras I called to the chair, and y David. ers, in the limits assigned, adhered with every treaty that ever was stated, before a committee and at 7 o'clock) from the first day '
Iacom: appvJ;;tedaecrct;J'\ us far as practicable to the instruc- concluded between the vi orB and of the British House of Commons, of April to the first of November_ ,
B'il e foii.nvhu icM'lutioii piesenteJbyMr. irons received. The want of a.knowl- vanquished; after a most, aggravating t that America now manufactures as also on the anniversaries of St;.John.
P. Boyce was edge of the and the settled the Baptist and St.John the Evangellist -
Robert country, and protracted warfare: carried OH much as Ergland! did twentYsiY b.: s
Jim-usly 1 adopu 1 ,d. I hostility on the part of the Indians to by; the latter, was a conditional dictation ears ago, and that France is only at 10 o'clock] A. M.
Ul1.n :/-**, 1'hat there be aPPomtedB I a removal south of Charlotts Harbor of the strong in some cf the essential thirteen years behind England. The Lodge will also meet at the
,B Orator of the day,, leader of the I and even of the Bay of Tampa ; as stipulations, to the weak. same place and hours, on the Saturn

Declaration cf Independence, a was first contemplated, induced the That in this instance, guided by the Letters from Rome state, that day evening preceeding the second

"lax 5hJIl to superintend the procesTionand commissioners to offer them a country immutable principles of self preservation the young Prince of Plombino, ion Thursday in every month, for the

; a committee of live persons, extending in part to the North the strong had solely ii view of Her Royal Highness the Duchess purpose of lecturing. -

to make! all suitable arrangements, and East of those points, and to retl own security and tranquility, of Lucca, has just married the .A I punctual attendance is earnestly .
for the celebration of tIe .30th; anniversary concile them'to the limits defined, which was- only to be effected by a daughter of the Duchess of Florida, ] requested.K. '

of Americasi Imspeadtrc.e.luaccunlani'ewiliitnw? 1 an article was added that in the event particular geographical location of widow of King Ferdinand, of NapJesTJuTsday Lewis, Secretar r.
above resolution I of file country being found on tlexamination weak. m That disconnected with May 19. 3t '

: : the 1 house 1 proceeded to the j I not equal to the sup-I this important object the tel'ms\vere April 2j\i-lni\iQ( \ Senate

election ; when _, j j port of their population ; then the most favorable to the Indiaiu, regarding yesterday a good deal of discussion CABLNET 31 ARCS'G' .
\\'\ ALLISON ;.i. 1.-A, Lsq.:i : was i j north line should be so extended as alike their comfort, pwtec- took place on the bill to authorize
c!.' :.1: no-siy elect-v d r; fur of the j to embrace a sufficient extent of tion and future welfare. the claimants of certain lands in A1'lDUJmi

d-v.; [)r. ti3 ihc'rc l -\. Watkins reader territory. The authority of the late administration Florida, known rs "Forbe's Pur- llE<<6 .

t,f the De--Jf.jtion of Indepen The big swamp was then the limit i icf which guided by an enlightened chase," to institute suits against the HE Sub-cners resj.ec.tluily in- :

dL1teancR.ic it P. Boyce Marshall the Indian demand, but it was not policy could dictate a treat Y United states, which resulted in }lay rl fo m the rr friends and the public t
Mrws l David B. JMacomb: in the treaty specifically}! yielded I under the circumstances detailed, ing it on the table.'J' generally, that they lure opene'd '
CharlMaire, H. F. Simmons, them, under a conviction (since confirmed and induce] a quiet removal of cHsorderly a Cabinet blmp, at the corner of |

Am'oro-e Crane, and Robert S.J on ray part) that the country disposed Indians from a country Qrriral of the Brandywine-The M nrce Street and Washington ..r i
J II .ckiey tvere eleeteU the commit assigned them was sufficiently c 'pa- to which they were attached, to one U. S. Frigate BRANDVWINE, Capt. Square, where the business: carried ....-

:tee tJr.i ';rJj emelats. cious for their population, and that t to which they are reported to have REID, anchored off Sandy Hook yesterday on extensively, and furniture mudeapireably r

(hie, .
,this-meeting, signed by chairman was endangering the infant settlements .- judiciously/ exercised by the present & Petti rely7 and Jl/r. Pow el, came modern fashion ..
and set retar)", be published in the of Alachua. As Commission i in office subdue the retractable up to town in a pilot boat. From one SEEING IS BELIE N G. .0 ,f i
IoriJalntelI enter. er for surveying the boundary liue'sI and of
spirits prevent their these gentlemen, we learn that
DAVID B. MACOMB, was decidedly of this opinion and irregula rities. # the BRANDYWINE left port Jl/ahon THE above firm have lately em- t ii

Secretary. have so reported to the Department It is sincerely to be wiihed, as a on the 28th of February : the Erie P toy ed a few additional hands, from '
of Jf'ar. The objections howeveron invoh- the New Orleans whose general acquaintance S
measure ing deafest interests Sloop of war, Capt. Deacon, saileda
To",THE EDITOR OF THE ST. AUGUSTINE the part of the Indians to the of Florida ; the Indians may few days before for the Archipelago with the above business j)

HEI ALD. country without the big swamp remaining consent to migrate west oi the Mississippi : the residue of the squadron, can be no better recommended than f rj
firm, they were permitted but if they will mi, and the : under command of Commodre Rodgers by giving a call, and teeing the fur- 1

iras-Cissa, JlpfUZG, 1826. by the government to settle on it, discordant materials of which its were to sail in a few days on a niture finished by them-said firm
and the President of the U. States I have for sale some of the first rate ,
is ire
cruize. The
Sir; -In one of the late numbers population composed not by officers and crews
of t cur paper } ou have published a has since decreed that it shall be the introduction of a wholesome discipline I were in good health ; the Brandy- cabinet trimmings"hich they will ,
letter;from me 'ePaitment of War added to the territory allotted them to be brought uider some wine touched at Gibraltar and sailed dispose of on moderate terms. !

to his Excellency vv m. P. Duval 1 i, under the treaty. The Indians control ; the exposed settlementsof thence on the 10th ult. About 10 Having a large supply oi'superiormahogany .
Ii. b'egui Lbq. and im. self, calling therefore have rot only obtained this territory may loig have to days since, spoke one of the packet timber on hand together other Appropriate with ;jj
from the General Government all 1 ready
complain of the irregularitiesunder ships from N. York for Havre.
upon us asLommiSoiOiieis: to savage
report made !
they will hence be
they asked for buta district of .
the methlJl1111.J \\ ere resorted which they are suffering, and Officers on board the BrandywineCapt. always ableand ready to attend !I
country, for its extent, inferior to long have to submit tc Reid Lieuts. Tatnal 1 punctually ,
to, to tcmi'y the 1 lurida Indians may depredations Dulany, to all orders forwarded them. "
none in the Territory, and adequate which the of tie Freeton Shubrick ,1/ar-?
a compliance with the terms power general Farragul, % -ALSO- !.
tithe tl eat y concluded v. ith them alone to the support of the wholeIndian government alone can .sppress.-, ston, Cocke, Pettigrew, English, & Turning of every description will "be .:
h ciz-Oie 18lh of September lo j.In ."- population in Florida.Theother The same souhtl policy witch dictated Rand\1ph-.lI1 Ogden, Irving done with despatch and in the best ;
eill al'tic1c.iutl'oductulJ to said letter articles of the treaty were the necessity of confiiing the In Willis, Jl/orns, JUull, Davis i manner. Rob'i P. Boyce fcf Co. "
is most favorable to the Indians ; provisions dians within narrower limits than the Baron Landner Tallahassee tf.
it stated an-investigation into Ingersol, Cutting, OY. 12,1825.. :.
ibese facts will be instituted i by the for 12 months stock cattle whole territory, which they previously t/lfonry, Gay, and Powell-SwgecnBurchmore <> ,r..
President of the United States, and and implements of husbandry were ] occupied, strongly urges the and IlanstedPurserCox Wm. JPyatt, ) Attachment to | \.
that the crisis calls for animadver-. stipulated to be distributed ; payment prosperity 1 } of disciplining or control- Sailing-master Peck, all well vs. > Superior Court .

: ca:; o., the l j.clicy which has' hither for improvements abandonedwere ing that 1 population wilhii. the limitsto Ede Van Evour. ) October term,
allowed ; a blacksmith and which it has been sent observations in i '
brnctioncu encroachments on In- Metereological 1826. May 6th 1826, levied on the fj

letter above aliuaed} io, as one of the] schoolhouse tobe established at the purchased for its military) position, month of April 1826.Thermometer. lots ar.d improvements lying in the r. '
Conmisbioaers I solicited of the Serretary r.gency> and addition an annuity to to dense it of lawless sivages who heat city of Tallahassee viz: lots Not .

of JJ'ar an early investigation be paid them of 5000 dollars per: endangered and disturbed our frontiers [- Highest 88 dgs. 114, 150, 78 and 116, also on sundry
into all the proceedings connected annum: for 20 years, in such manner and to add to our means of d e- Lowest 45 articles of household furniture &c. :

-\.'ith the negotiation ol" said tre a- as the President of the U. Statesmight : fence and internal tranquility by diminishing i i- Mean for the month 73, 15 Notice is hereby given that a suite,
vand, hrotgour:; Delegate in Con- I direct-It is not therefore the the facilities tc foreign i invasion ii i- Weather. has been Instituted in the above I
gees I have eciterated this request. incapacity of the country to sustainthe and to internal cdnmotionby Clear 12 days case. .

Leail: however an'exmlliH ation be> Indians, or a starving condition transatlantic excitement. These Cloudy 1 11 .m. Cameron Sheriff. :}

deemed unnecessary ; jour publicnotice produced by any oversight in the objects are but partially accomplished i- Alternating between nusty, May 19. ;
of an anticipated one, with stipulations of the treaty, which has 1 ] if the savages within its limits ii i- cloudy and clear 10

the ccnifhents piciixed: will! be driven them to the extremities recently ; the fruitful source 0f past di Alternating between
my Notice.
apology for submittr.- the conl}..l \fined of, but the seeds turbances, and still, under a I lax cloudy and clear withe {
peopleof I rf the same; restless lawless which All persons indebted to the estateof 1
Florida, who arc ueeply interested spirit discipline, ready instruments in th occasional showersof r
originated the Creek war, Mid uhichhut' : hands Thomas S. Reid, late of Gadsden '
in this subject the following detail foreign incendiaries, are not rain 5
oied them ma.dly'intv, the Seminokconflict' county dec. are requested to make ,
of facts, together with the stbstauoe ; removed beyond the territory, or Hard rain 2
in a condensed form of ; a spirit not to be subduedby reduced under wholesome control immediate payment, and those having ;
made at different times, of rePprts (]I-- argument, or moderated by persuasion raf within their own boundaries ; and 30 da y s. demands against said estate are .:
; but which the strong arm extended requested to render them in proper- t
ciaJly.and unoificiaily, to the De- protection to the white i in Wind.
authority alone can reduce and ly attested within the time prescribed -
rartmcnt of War connected with the: habitants until increased by emigration w. N. w. .1 days. '
negotiation of the treaty and [Indiansiu l proper subordination I would not conceive they shall have gathered strength tti'. 8 by law. a
Florida.: 0 the idea that this spirit Pe sufficient not only to defend themselves s. E. 3 Joseph McBride, adm'or.May .

The e.1ents'l cn hastened the vades the whole nation, on the contrary but to ccntribute their part it, Variable, usually E. s. E. 19. p

treaty of cession of Florida to the U. there are many chiefs andvar- as the advanced p06t of a threatenedfrontier ; or s. E. in the morning and STORAGE
States are well known to the citizens riors whose dispositions are most pacific to the general security of I coursing with sun to s. w. 1

of this Territory.:--The creek '- and whose conduct have beenvery ; the whole confederation.The and w. in evening 18 o ST. Jl1 J1 RKS. j
War had exemplary. above document sheds all
terminated. -- THE }
m expellingf subscribers have
o They reprobate in stronger terms the light at command Indian 30 recently I
Georgia, Alabama, and \Iissi s- rny on days. erected a large and commodious
phi most of the restless than even their white Herghbouge rs relations Florida.: .-Tie factsare c= Ware House .
satin at St. Marks and j
spirits of the four southern tribes'Bey the irregularities committed by now before the people, with the DOCTOR E. TUCKER. '
now prepared to receive goods on
fled to the confines of :Florida some of their intemperate men, andriew : policy which guided the previous' INFORMS the citizens of Tallahassee 1- storage \ the charges will be mode-
;nd in v with trembling apprehension i administration .
views of the
concert with the and that be
Seminoles vicinity, still iate. ,
I and the strictest attenticn paid ,
or the of themselvesthereby
being Commissioners ,
natives prospects this
who on interestingsubject devotes his entire attention
were to the
t originally re- involved in difficulties tc the receiving and dc'i'eiig<< cf
uSees from' they and their unbiassed
the Judgments
same quarter! ; they practice 'of Medicine ; he may be consigned.
resumed would wish to avoid-protection and 'will 3LS any
their enable them to decide
Ud1rlo depredatingvarfare, : therefore those Indianswho found at all times by. calling at Col.1 They will also receive; aid sell at
J atrocities humanity to to the causes of past savage disturbances i Pindars. 28.DISSOLUTION ,
: on our defence- : April small commissions, goods, 'Cotton -
less jroutier settlements alone merit either ; and the se- and as to the polity which -"' any
until.. s ,'or produce that.tnaybe entrusted -
erelycnaslised by Gen, Jackson ecurtY of our exposed settlementsimperiously will be necessary in future; to re"<< = THE ,
in to them.
1he copartnership heretofore
demand the exercise
strain their lawless
campaign of the year 1818.- irregularities, existing between Drs. N. B. A ] of
Watkinsand assortment goods
the of the general large _
pe treaty authority on part relieve the frontier settlementsfrom
: ne b .these Yith. Spain! therefore, government u ) energetic to the depredations complained Tucker, was this day dissolved by> and- provisions kept constantly on
y events. surren- mutual consent. hand and! sold low for cash
;der',- ed. to.tbe Jnited States s bdue ..the lawless, and sufficiently 1 of. Your obt5JAMES ? -1. very,
Ve r-I 1, i t'- the so- disciimiilatina"g to separate the guilty .GADSDEN.. April 14. $t I IFOR '. XJV.April iIdv; !L-E1))

,Qnsldet., t e extelrt country occupied these to a from the innocent.r ,No other policywill ', ages, united ,IJY lawlet ss prevent the future commissionof I THE interest. that ,James: Ml -
under_ no 'Seneralcnunent I A letter received hya member of Drake has Administrators Notice. .
p' etattori irregularities, which have been I in lot No. 1.04vith.. improvements
, : I\f;led gmg _BO'ox'.individual''ot 1 'a cut complained of, or rescue_ the frontier Congress from a frienl, in London, occupied at present by I have this day 'applied ,for. ,and '
sc'attet ed 1n : chi f,- settlements from the depredations.to says.--- Dr., Haire.Appil'7' ., obtained letters'of administration,' oa .

,camps under amLiLi small ous' dependentchieftains: which they are exposed. The Commercial :distress has .,-_3. G. Searcy. ,. ag ent. the:estate of Jacob ,Murray,'deceased
nev, r ,before been so 'weat. above
all demands
O m the ; ,persons having any _
e .Ap alachicola) to the Oc kr An examination the Journal of oneliuhdfed. ,and twentyfailures'lastweek --. -" !against said estate, 'are called upon

state_o ru'er.'S1ich I'Florida: ? w1 he actual proceedings of the commissionsers ] : some of"them'exbeeding.<:1 J- (OQV. VJLlIIBi to present them without de.layi) and ,
tf _t orthe I and such tbe char- .the talks ,which, were, held, in 000,000.:" '' ris .- all l those who are 'i indebted to said 9
J.t ue Cft1- r. Pulation) wilh 'whom public -tv ith'the.I.ndians.. i ,; ,and whichwere The news of the d : that,instructions WfLt practice LAW in Leon i estate are requested to make ,immediate -

'I.;9r the purchaseo rrusslooeri 1V r.e.toltreat.not pre rued_ ii.writing, and .tlIe ; : .are., gone' tcj the ..British_ ,and: 'the, djoi) ingcoduU"S. His-)f-: payment to e. 'lElsey \
Juts far .: ,laud;but for o b.-. correspondence oftbe_ Cpmmissioners.wjth Minister ,at Madrid, tr, require.In fice: *, is in. the. 'ci hy. of Tallahassee: BT Murray, Adm'rx. j j jApril
more '
important-I1te, quiet the JSec'retaSy4 of'JTar. ,.now 481io.UfSpaym.ent. or ,indemnity .Florida. ,- *i. ':* r .* j '. 28,, 8t
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.t.ttl'tl'. L .- J '., __.. 1 they 'arc to run; 1 and .terminate. 'as JtECEjrEDPER; THORN' .Li 'Jf( SJ1Jr-Ji :: k r:;iL'S .(j j'_. -

.Fall of the Castle of Callao.t de ued in this '. :. ; : .Re'm1 is 4 e 4iq
,supplemental article AiD FOR SALE 'FOR \" Sj A,Iti. m1 ; .
: "'
s t -i-i to the 'Treaty aforesaid.' : ..a s *'1lj1 i tti'; '" .
"" We have at length, says the American : ors
It is in consideration j &: Hn9" 'the: !s1 u Y, yi, t'
; t. gratification to announce hereby agreed, on accommodating terms, J &,
the I Gen
to era1 .'
j l. the surrender. of the Castle! of Cal- of the extension of 20 'bbk prime Pork, and lands near Tallahassee, ] ,dead. letters ..> M**P9, t'iO

a... lao,. the last hold of Spanish despo- said lines, on the part of the 10 hhd. Hams & Middlings. has been_ .i in' successful ; -'1.. -. -"-- A* .-W: ._

9 tism.ou the! American continent, ..toIr. other party to the Treaty afore- Henry Bond. bout twelve months, and Astontfohn Ames J 1 f

'"the Pat not arms. This auspicious said, in behalf of the U. 8. to March 7. annual profit of nearly four Addison James Andres fin'

Ir.i intelligence, which will no doubt dollars, it is so constructed S..&: !
pay to the Creek jN ation, immediately Adams Denis Atkiiisoi *if L"
. have the effect to hasten the recognition mit the addition of a grist ..
the ratificationof B .
l of 'the rode endence of the upon. small expense--on a "
said rl the sum of thirty iia llirmQI ; Bryan J:! H. Bryan Win.'D
p; South American republics by Spain, reaiy, vation near the mill a .

1 was received last night by the arrival thousand uuiiarsv I A small quantity best Sea-Island frame building has just Blanchard Ben'BattzelhThoi: ,.
Bower E. J.
of the schooner Betsey, captain cotton seed, if applied for soon. pleted. Bell 'Zadoctf*
.1 In witness whereof, the parties St. Marks March 8 1826. Beck J. H._ Boa tribht Chest .
Hunter, in twenty six days from half a mile of 1
I S Carthagena. We learn from the aforesaid have hereunto set ling there is a beautiful Bleach Willis C

1. -supercargo of the Betsey, that the their hands and :seals, this TUB SUBSCRIBER, veral miles in extent Carden J. M. Carnochan Jnoj 1

f t. .lay: before sailing, the news was thirty first day of March, in greatest variety and Chick W. M. F. Corbel Joseph

'3rourlnt to Carthagena by a vessel the year of our lord one thousand HAS just received by the late arrivals -I the most choice fish. Carson 0. H. Crop Benjamin

; From Chagojs, and in consequence a eight hundred & twentysix and>> has on hand at his store, This place from exP Clendenirig Alx. 4D
i grand salute JS fired and a general late the store of G. Davis & Co. an been found to be healty
took the whole assortment of Downing Ed. R. 2 Dexter Wm.-.J.
; rejoicing place during JAMES BARB OUR. i pleasant as any in this
i day and succeeding night, which The Dogel Wm Drummon d W ,
country. is
Opothie oholo Summer Clothing Dry Goods
.; '- continued when he sailed. x, the Drake J. W. Darby Susannah.:
John btidham: x, Hai d ware & (Vroeejies. cultivation of corn, Dinsmore Silas *
Captain Dunlevy, at Philadelphia Mad Wolf, x, gar-His only reason for ,

in the schooner Horatio from Tuskeekee For mle on the lowest terms in sell is that he has other E
1 Chagres. gives a similar account.? Tustennuggee x, this cash which he Ellerby Thomas Edwards Mr. '
Yoholo Micco, x, plgcejbr only, or sorts would wish to
Everitt ArollFletcher
He states, that before he left the Menawee, x, of I produce taken in exchange forGouds undivided attention. The
port intelligence had been received be F
made known to
Charles Cornuels one
x, any
there of the surrender of Cailao John Figures Bart.G .
Apauli Tustetmuggee, x, Abrm. llussel, jr. to purchase, by application
the Patriots. This is said
to event
\ March 24.icceived. on the
to have taken place in January. Ro- Coosa Tustennuggee, x, premises-they will Gilles John N. 2 Goodrich J. IatlIIumphreys
eral, and
; Nahetluc Hopie, x, by the Schooner negroes will be H
dil to
embark -
was making preparations
Socta! part or whole payment.
x Lorin Hammond
for Europe. Agreeably to the

.; accounts. received he had but 500 Timpochy Barnett, IDll lliIl 13. R. Augustus Henly Thomas
Ledugee, x. 9 April 7. Hill E. James
j men with himvhen he surrenderedthe Gray ughes
castle. Ii presence of--- AND FOR SALE AT ST. MARKS. Hays Thomas T. Hanson J. M.

Thomas L. J\Ie Kenney, J ,
John! Croivell, Agent for I. A. 48 bbls. ,.superfine fresh Flour, Jil@ llfmQ( Jarrott Samuel

Supplementary Article Jttlii, RidcjSecretary, !/ 20 do fork;:, THE subscriber having K

'.To the Creek Treaty of the David Vann, 20 kegs Lard, from Williamson spring Kemper Sexters
1 in. Hambly. 5 bLls. irlackere], quarters of a mile on the L

January, 182G.Wlior .. ._. -
ILM 2 foijacco the public that his house is
kegs ,
in the ; Lowe Horatis LongRJ.M.Lewis .
as a stipulation
At a meeting of the Practising 5 half bls.? buck wheat Flour, for the reception of
second artile[ l of the of
Treaty 1 barrel Salts those who
Physicians held} at Tallahassee ; the glauber may favour him M
the twenty fourth day of .f.Jr.nuary. 1 do Ainonds call
his -
following prices was unanimously agreed upon Mathigney Jn. McDonald Angus
1826 between the under 8 ier attention in
upon as -compensation for kegs .fow< rendering such McNealy Wm. Murry George

si n'd, parties to said treaty, 1 t| attendant e, for performing operations Expect tt) receive in a few days modations as the country McGriff Patrick McNeil D. It'.

provides for the running a and for M-edicines. t'\\ o or threj hundred barrels corn.J. Gentlemen travelling from McCrary Charles lIaxcII..

RATES OF CHARGES. & N. HAMLEN. or MlCullahsJ ferries to (
line "beginning ata point on the I Mclntire Daiiiel McCallett Geo.

western bank of the ( .hataho()- For each visit in the day $ 1 00 March 4.. on Chipolarill} not find I Mathews TemperenceN
do after dark 2 00 gress retarded by taking this
ch below ] Not tin anxious?
by Angelina so route.
do from bed 5 00
Wm. Nutman B. C.
the point where the boundary looked for, bit by the Thorn Capf C. C. \'- Norwood
Advice (oral) $} to 5 00 0
line between the Creeks Day, the s )scribers have Just received March 24
(written) 5 to 1000 Owens Joshua
and Cherokees strikes thc said an extensive assortment of
Consultation with P
one or
Groceries, :Provisions etc. from N. STAR OF THE
river, near the Buzzard'sRoost more physicians lOCO Parish Lewis Pratt Abm.
Orleans vi. As it is now intended to
: measuring the said dis- (After attendance the same as the Pope J. M. Patterson Nath..
10 hhtls sugar, publication of the Star
tance in a direct line, and not attending physician) 50 bhls. Flour, South, on .the first Saturday.l'i R

followiiiir the meanders of the Attendance by desire per t)0 sacks Coffee, next, all those who' Rust George 2 Rice A.

F 4t said river, and from the pointof hour $2 00 70 do Salt, intend to subscribe persons for it, Randolph Tho. P. Ramsey Hen.. G.2
Remaining in town ,, Rawls John Roberts "' .
beginning, running in a di- per 500'' li) -. Bacon, ed to send their names '(free ID.I
diem 10 00 Rawls Patience
LO bbls Pork I
prime ,
rect line to a point in the boun- in the tage) to Milledgeville, I
Milage day 1 00 30 do Mackerel, S
that time, directed to the
dary line between the said To one mile or under 2 00 ; 20 do Whiskey, of the Star of the South. i Sewel Rufus 2 Simpson Hardy

Creeks the Cherokees: 30 When raining or at 0 do peach Brandy, Although a full Smith "r m. Smith John

miles west of the said Buzzards night 2 00 2u do Molasses, prospectus Simmons H. F. Seabury David ,
has been
Roost, thence to the Buzzards When raining and at 51 casks tails assorted, :from 3d number publication of in Slade Jeremiah 2 ,
news papers "
to Oc.
:Roost and thence ,,, the night 3 00 T
Georgia, South Carolina
10 do fl ior Brads, ,
Robt. 2
middle of said river to the placeof Cathartic emetic and 5 bbls. mess Beef, abama, and a number of

beginning." And whereas it -cents. draught fifty 5 kegs Tobacco, obtained-yet it may not Wherly Wm. Walker John H

having been represented to the Bolus (common) twenty five cents 4 bbls. Shad, again to give the i Washington H. Worress J. E B.
20 boxes and Tallow of
to the said behalf Speim terms / paper.
party Treaty m Anodyne fifty cents. Wilder Hezekiah Williams James
Thd Star of the South
of the Creek Nation, thata Musk one dollar Whiddon Elias Walton George
Q0 do Soao
devoted to the illustration
certain extrusion of said lilies Powders (per doz) two dollars 0 do P rt'r,: : fence of the interesting Whiddon, Sevier Williams Harman I

might embr'ice in the cession Pills do one dollar- fc casks Marsailles Claret, the Universal holiness, and Y

r all the lands which will he Tincture (per ounce) fifty cents to 12 cases Bordeaux do. happiness of the souls of all Young Joshua
ore dollarIinunient 3 bbls loaf Ambrose Crane r. M.
Sugar, ,
found, to lie within the chartered man family-and the Unity
five J 12 cases Comstock Cider, 1st 1320.CABINET.
(}per ounce) twenty April .
limits of Georgia, and which cents. 10 do Mustard, Iy a society of believers on ...

are owned !by the Creeks, tt;\' .';; \.tixlures i per pound two dollars. 2 chests Imperial Tea in Caddies the Lord." MAKING

do hereby 6 boxes- fresh Raisins Terms.The Star of the
undersigned a g lce td j Lotionsdo:; one dollar. ,.
the of s.iid Ont: :' 5 bbls. Vinegar, will be printed on good ,AND
following extension I :-H'n ; per ounce fifty cents toO
2 bbls. Lamp Oil, with a fair type, every WI Jl if)l b .
lines, vix : in the place of 'i ur I(1 I t 1' .
: I 1 cask plantation hoes, day, at $1 50 per annum, ,
Blisters .'. to two dollars. Subscribers respectful :
miles : o e
tv seven as stipulated. '50 plough Moulds, on the receipt of the first THE
A. W. Coleman their friends and the puk
in th'* second article of the \
trea- 500 do German Steel, to the Editor, at .
C. A. Watkins, M. ]). lie generally, that they hayc'opene
aforesaid the of beginning 2 tons Iron, whose name will j
ty as point Edmund Tucker Georgia, i a Cabinet Shop, at the corners of
the 1 dozen frying Pans, or $2 in three months
undesigned agree Lewis Willis jun. .]/. D. ; Monroe Street and 'tiashengtonSquare
1 do Shovels
that it shall be. fifty miles, indirect u 7 It will be folded and where the business.is carried
April 2 doer sets scales and Weights, .
line below the point designated 12 mo. form, of 12 l pages on extensively, and .furniture. insat.
.10 bids.. Alluni Salt, .
number, or more-but will agreeably to best sa yle and most
in the second article of Jr1@ Ilfm( 2 crates stone Juggs, creased in the number of modern fashions. *

said Treaty ; thence'running in 1 calk$ Ox Chains.
proportion asthe number of i Having a large supply of superiormahogany
a direct line to a point in the The subscribers having entcrtd into By tl return at"the Schooner bers may increase.It and other 'appropriate?
partnership under the firm of Turbo: Tnorn 'shall receive a further supplyof '
boundary line between the: is hoped, that the timber on ham]l.t(!gh.n'yith :
and Jos. R. Bctton 2d Jan. inst. Groceries &
on furniture, will hence_ t''!
Creeks and Cherokees, forty- J. & N. Haralen. will be believed, when they
Turbott R. Becton
five miles west of said Buzzards i that their object. is not to always able,and}, rrady to ut.tend'p' $Si
; Jos. R. Button.We St. Marks,1'tarch 17._ tually to all, unless. forwarded_ thtt
Roost in.the of have funds, but to disseminate \ ,
place lately received a general \ -..'IL "0- ..
((thi't y miles assortment of Dry goods Groceries 'OIt SALE. believe to be highly ii
as stipulated in ; Turning of evevy (description} (
said etc. which we will sell on good terms formation to their fellow ; in th ,bts!
Treaty thence to the Buz- done with despatch'Jand .
; THE fourth part of the undivided and to secure which, they '
zards Roost and thence the manner. Rob t P. Boyce .Cg:';i
to Turbott .S c Jos. R. Betton tract of land called "Walnut communications from men : ...

place of be ginnins"'i ft being Tallahassee Jan. t 7th 826. Hill," containing upwards of 400 generally-and for this Pu Tallahassee; Nov _lZ,1825' : ..

-,. ,
understood that these lines arc acres. I Star will sustain such that .:.f
to at I deem it useless to state the intended to its FOR SJ1LE') Jr....
stop their intersection with LAW NOT11= E.THE dispute < --'
the boundary line between particular situation, or the advantages trine, but the right of : THE 'interest; that JazUfl*{>::

: of soil water &c. as it has attracted :Drake has in lot0.$6tf"! .
Georgia and ...A.labamav' el e-. subscribers ,having con sion must always be ,: ; ) fi

ver that maybe if that J line I rh.cud. themselves. in their, 'professidn :the. Atention. of all persons, Editor, but which will be :proyerifents, ticcti.,P ied"atPresen..; :;] iw

shall as ATTORNEYS. and, COUNSEL' exploring thit section of country. in the spirit of candor, and .D r. Haire. ,fy .. j ,; I' _' };;

9.s.- .Jheml.in* the direction LORS at LAW, will attend the Superior For terms apply to Mr. Ambrose politeness of gentlemen, ? ,J... G. Sear fi c Y;' a. g..e' 11

of the .Buzzards. lloost, at courts ,of Jackson Gadsden, ,Crane at Tallahassee, or to myself.J. of Christians I consideration .April T. 1. .i :. !&, .....-,"..J.'.r'\"'{---l.

a shorter- distance. : than it.is. and Leon,.and the. Jnrerio-r.Courts BOTTS TRIPLETT. 'losophers, and a love ,of I : "': \,:>, .:.. .: x ji"1- ::7,tr: ;:

provided they snail. 'run f and; of; Jackson, anc4 Gadsden counties Cantonment. Clinch,March 24.RESPECTF.IJLLT whom it ifr:.believed. all t."t..: .....;'RI' .71;: .';.'_\0., ...1: '1. 'I'. } ..;.

pro viewed.,.;also, that'if 'the said. also- -, the. court of Appeals held:, in:. i 'T.- Editors.op papers: in 'the_ :,l..;Jo......' tJ.j ..t'# '.,". ', '.1.:-.. .l-._. .""'"".. '.f y!i:..
I" t-I "T
Tallahassee., Their office .is in Tal- :""f -
I n eril'and Western -states :: 0\1" ; 'jFOR.1TlIBtyE.4
divMingJiDG bet\veen trorgiaands 'WltQ Vl1 .. : ; : :'Jot.
lahassceWhere"llicy: : may a"a: J, I 5). of' .. ,..- '..1..,. ., _l.c..I/s:. ,.,l1 '>L;
i .. '
AlahalnS.shall friendly theliberty:! ,.'l'' L.a. "" !::!'J. ['*1.)0 .>'>'
.'. .... not be times.. be j,, :coifs ilted. ,' : tenders his' and i ,,, l -A. ; JH ;. ; .
>p ; j. free.iinvestigation; :,': ...
reach t1 by-fthe extension, of.thetwo l .JDavidMticomb. 'ola; .W' :;"(.:'
"' .: profession at erv.ib s'.to: ,the:citizens insert the; 'above,.i""as, :often. ; .. ..,,: ., ..... .' .-f, ... ."\r.i'
1 Ji il'i l.s'afo'res; ia, theo'ne vi\\yWAllison: ; L ....-I.." ,. ,,, > "-"!' '''' :. j- ".'.
; /. : : f# ,. of;(allahas ee,and Us vicinity. .r : & "' "" : )
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