Florida intelligencer
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 Material Information
Title: Florida intelligencer
Physical Description: v. : ; 48 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Ambrose Crane
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: September 1, 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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Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Florida advocate (Tallahassee, Fla.)

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Vol. I. TALLAHASSEE,. JFRIDAY; SEPTEMBER: 1826. No. 36. '. -:,.r'7 4
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, undivided attention. The terms next, the pollslwill be opened in.. Four precincts-1st precinctat lowing assigned limits, .the J I -jti.?41 .'

BY I will be made known to any one the several precincts, and respective -: Mathew Fain's house, boundary lines Musquito and k

A. s. THRUSTON, wishing to purchase, by application districts,. aa hereinafter I judges j M. Nicholson, Thomas Monroe counties." ." .

.At t fire dollars per aimum payable in to me on the premises- designated, for! the purpose of. Sptight and Mathew Fain. Three precincts st precinct: 0 Tti 4 tat

ach ancO. they will 1 be liberal, and negroes electing the thirteen, members of 2d precinct-at Sharod Mc- New Smyrna, judges, John : '

pjiOriPEOTDS will be taken in part or whole the Legislative Council of this Calls house judges, Henry \yes, Charles F. Smith and Jesse ,
p a.1m en t. Territory, under.the restrictionsand Yonge, Sharod 'McCall fcr Mark Hester. t
OF TilE B. R. Bradford. qualifications, contained in Harvey. 2d precinct-D. the house of L -:t, I 1 ..
Florida intelligencer. April I Ii1. tiie. act of ab rici- 3d .
tf Congress ve precinct-at Andrew M. Jas. Darbey, judges, John Addison '
. The undersigned having become '- Johnstons 1\ 'I'
S. leoCThe house judges Joseph Jas.Darbey and Henry \Vii- .
I of the FLO- THRUSTON i
the proprietor persons named as judges McBnideMexander: Doug mon.Sdjprecmct.

I IDi INTELLIGENCER, informs COUNSELLORAND in the following enumeration lass kV m. H. Ellis. ---Key West, j1dg'f. ; ,

the public that it will hereafterbe are hereby appointed and requi- 4th precinct-at the courthouse es, Samuel Fry John Whitehead '
edited and published by himat ATTORNEY AT LAW. red to preside, at the several judges, Archibald Smithsen. and Mr.: Htzpatrick.! -t: .f

Tallahassee, the Capital of Will practice in the courts of precincts to which their names Henry Wilder and Thomas Given under, my hand at thfc ;: I j i

Florida. Leon, Gadsden and Jackson. His are attached. Where all the I B. Wooton.7th City of Tallahassee this twenty :
of residence is in Tallahassee. judges do not, or cannot attend, District-whhin the following -
The Editor is fully aware third day of July, in ,theyear ;. J
the responsibility attached to the May 5. tf it shall be competent for any one, I. assigned limits, the one thousand eight hundred and -
of those named, to preside at the lines of Leon i
and the qualificationsnecessary county. twenty six and of the 1""
situation, DR. E. TUCKER. election, each :district to elect Four precincts-1st precinct Indepen- \ ; J
to render a Newspaper dence of the U. States the fifty I
TENDERS his one mtm er. J
professional -lamona, at the house of John 1
useful and interesting to the services to. the public. 1. District-Within the following Havis, judges, John Havis first. 1 I H-
community at large. He does June 24. tflJR. assigned limits. "All the Charles Ponder alid Reuben ,'- WILLIAM--_UVAL. '

not lay claim to those qualities THOVMSqRR- city Pensacola and county of Manning. Florida Land Agency.An ,[i

in a superior degree, yet his con- informs his Escambia, west of Pallufox 2d precinct-Michasooky, at office for the purchase .. .

slant endeavours shall be to fur- Respectfully street, Pensacola, and the road the house of Col. William Bailey and sale of lands i is opened at :
friends and the that he
nish his patrons with correct public, thence (by Emanuel's) to Claiborne judges, William Bailey, Tallahassee. -' !

and early intelligence of the passing has located I himself in the cityof / Alabama, together wilh John G. Robinson and John D. It is known that the rich lands J :

events oft the day, and with Tallahassee, and offers his the sound Santa' Rosa." Edwards.3d in Florida f'
are well adapted to
services as a practitioner, of One precinctat the house of Tallahassee I
such miscellaneous: matter as precinct- at the
culture of
will render his paper interesting. Medicine and Surgery, having Antonio Collins, judges, John the house of Charles Pindar, great 0 staples f V

Florida having no voice in the I studiecF'his profession in the U" De la Rua, Robert Mitchell and judges, Ede Van Evour, John Cotton-That, Sugarcane and: sea Island *

Councils of the nation niversity of Glasgow, Dublin and Henry :Michelett. Mclvor and Edmund Doyle. : gentlemen who \ j
subjects, it is unnecessary upon general at Edinburg, and from his experience 2d District.->vithin the following '4lh precinct-St. Marks, at .visit this country with a view to I j '
assigned limit*, "all the the house of 'permanent settlement, labor under \
this time to designate the political having practised in Eu- Jeptha Gilbert, :

course he might be inducedto rope, North and South Ameri of city Escambia of Pensacola and county judges r .,'Y Robert.._ D.. .Jourolman. _... nn..1 many,.......... "disadvantages,woo 1"',.... : ... r 1 in....1 the_ ___- J .
lying east of Pal- Junn namun ;; vrt iui/uitvii li:1JlU: ""
it is sufficient observe ca-hopes to merit a share of ana Jepna.u- l'UIUQ-"t J 1:8:
pursue. to He lufox street, Pensacola, and the bert. which: it is believed might be obviated \' ::1
that it public patronage. be .
wilihe may
an AMERICAN road thence, (.Emanuel's:. 8th District-within this office.
,) to the following by \
found at all times when ,
policy, having for its objectthe except Claiborne Alabama.' assigned limits, ., the It is the ,intention of the undersigned t
absent If
greatest gooa, of the greatest on professional duty, at Three precincts 1st precinctat boundary lines of Aluchua coun to be prepared with l
Col.! Pindars -
:iuiil>er. The local concerns of tavern.a the court house Timothy -
judges, t y. special information relative to /
tAe Territory, its agricultural interests June 24. tf Twit<..hill'l! Emanuel Boni- Three precincts 1st precinct the quantity and extent of the. \3. I

its climate, population, Extract from the Circular fay &c J..seph Ndriega.2d -- at the house of Edward M. most valuable lands, which may 3. 1 f' '

& various improvements, whichare of the Secretary of the Treasury at Florida,-judges, Hen- I Wanton, judges, Edward M. be offered for sale by the 4
: every day making in this interesting to the Receivers of Pub. ry Wilson, Andrew' Simpson & Wanton, John Fleming and or by individuals. a i

portion of country, will lie dated the 22d'li David Kelker. Thomas Bush. BoksviIl be opened for the
be early and zealously attended I money, : 3d pVecinct-.at Oneils ferry, 2d precinct-at the house of :

to, and he feels a pleasure instating I eb. 1626.: judges, Mr. Parker and William H. G. Loper, judges, James Os- Registering of all estates which ; -
that "In addition to specie and l Taylor. : ten and H. G. Loper. may be committed to the charge ; _

of some gentlemen, the bills of the Banks of the 3d District within the following 3d precinct the house of of said office, with drafts and descriptions 1

respectable literary talents, United Slates and its ; limits .-special examinations ..
different Branches assigned the John G. Rails, judges, John. G. 1
parts of the Territory which are receivable in all pay- boundary lines of Walton and Rails, William; Gibbons & Bennett will be made in all cases if deem -;

have assured him of theirassistance .nents to the U. States, the moneys Washington counties.Six Maxy Dell. ed necessary. :-1 fl .i:

and will contribute receivable for public landsin precincts-1st precinct-- 9th District--within the following -i The said office will be pre- !

by nvnicta their labours, to render the Florida are follows. The at Barrow's' ferryJudges, Jere- assigned limits, "the I pared to attend to all business relative t i.I .

Intelligencer! Q: vehicle: TOC3 of-thc-ia orporated-Bmfrs: ':uah Seville, Robert McK OBo.ty boundary liue* of Nassau coun- to the perfect completion "j' !
general information. It is of in Boston, City of New-York,, Jesse Bryant.2d .
ty. or adjustment of land claims 3 r
the j
last importance to the ?eo- Philadelphia, Baltimore, district: precinct-atthe big Spring Four precincts-1st precinctat -to all business appertaining to .

pie of this territory, to hive a L of Columbia, !Richmond, South judges, W. Lewis, Levi F. Miller Roses Bluff, judges, JamesT. the donation or laws ,t:
paper conducted upoa Independent Carolina, Georgia, New Orleans and Collin .!\1cRea.; Oneil, and William Mathews pre-emption \ t. 1 # :
the of the :
"' passed by Congress .. j
principals as the and Alabama. But this 3d pl'ecinct-at Alaqua, judges
more -j U H. .j :
United States for the benefit of '
FloriJa is known abroad, the permission to receive the notes' Charles II. V. Jones John 2d precinct-at the house of .oj I

more rapid will be the tide of of local or state banks is only tohe Barkley and Michael Vaughan. D. Higginbottom, judges, D. the early settlers in Florida- ,

emigration to this favoured region -: in force, provided that those ., Hh precinct-at Dempsey Higginbottom, Rigdon Brown and to every description of business ,

banks pay specie for their notes June's house judges, DempseyJunes : relating to a general land l'1.agency. 1.
and and Lewellen Williams.
the sooner shall she ..... ..... _... __ ____ __ __ __ I
be hailed another nn'jn 'ri.n..1.1\11&:111'-1- : cLUU: .rl '"'''II. U ."U'IO...TW1t: : :in r "r.lUl.iU.I', juuus 1'1 uuu I"1\.rCnl- uu flI; ....:.."","...;......_ _.. A ___1:_ .l T_' '.. i
as star in the i P' 'fU'-'U.: 4ILLILLlandFernandinajudges ..
American good credit. For the information bald Anderson.5th Chas. Maps of the public lands which i
hemisphere. The Editor -
therefore of purchasers of public pt'ecinctatVilliam M. Seaton, Thomas Reynolds and. were offered in Jlfay 1825, and
forward to liberal confidently looks lands each Receiver will publishin Loftins house, judges William Jomingo Acosta. of those lately advertised for ,"

list, and a subscription one newspaper in his District j M. Loftin, Silas Wood and E. : 4th precinct-at \V m. Frinks sale by the government, can at :
the Citizens prompt support from a list of the description of funds -Allen. house, judges, William. Frink, all times be procured .

of this Territory.A. which he is hereby authorized to 6th precinct--at west Point, Britton Knight and James G.mith. Letters (post paid) addressed \ -

S. Tlirnston.CONDITIONS. receive, and he will give noticein judges, David L. While, John to Richard C. Allen & Co. Tal. -

like manner of any change King and J. Bxker. 10th District-within the following lahassee Florida will be attend i--- 7&:
THE FLORIDA INTELLIGEN- which may occasionally! taktplace. 4th District-within the following assigned limits, all the edto.' s. p.
erR will be published But in all such. publications assigned limits, commencing '.
weekly atc county of Duval north & west of Richard C. Allen & Co i.
dollars per annum, payable he wll state that although on the w sternbank. of St. Johns river. .

in advance. for the accommodation of purchaser the Chipola at its intersection Three precincts-1st precinct July 8, 1826. 1 .. -

Advertisements inserted ate :, the local and Stale Banknotes with the Alabama .line, thence -Black creek, at the house of References, his Excellency 1( :.

? dollar per square for the first therein enumerated and at down the Chipola tp the mouthof Gabriel, Priest, judges,. Gabriel i Wra. P, Duval, Col. Robert f

insertion,and fifty cents for each present r-ceivable, it is desirable I Russ's mill creqk., thence up: Priest Robert utchirison and : Butler, Col. James Gadsden, t.

wseniou after, the number of that payments be made in i. said creek to its head, & thence Andrew Brincony. General R. K. CallMa/or Benj : 1

ertions must be specie, or the notes of the Bank lo the corner Jackson countyat 2d precinct-at Jacksonville, Chaires, Tallahassee.

theWlse they will be specified, (1 of -.he U. Slates and its Branch- or near Hickory hill, and at the court house, judges,, 'J. D. : Jonathan Robinson Esq. Gads ,

nhl ordered published t s dad hat, as the receipt of any north and west with the above Hart, John} \Varren and Francis : den county. Samuel R. Overton Nr. *

out, and charged of the local! or State Bank recited line in Jackson county. J. Ross. Pensacola. : .-."

accordingly. it tes may .be discontinued at Two precincts-1st precinctat 3d precinct-at the house of :_ i\ .. ,<<-'>:<

A. S.- TKale. .IhU tim. vvirhnut nrp'"iuuII! nouct '- Vickers store, judges, Ow- Chailes Bronard lre-Emption La',1: ,1
I and and Saw Mi1 for I it will br wellifor those who en Williams, Henry Oneil and Bronard, William Starrett and DAVID B. MACOMB and .. ',,,

:I save payments to make to proV:1t. Doctor Desha.2d Stephen Eubanks. ,WM. ALLISON McREA At- {:

HE I themselves with specie, or precinct-at :Cains store, 1 Jib District-within the fol- torneys and Councellors at Law, :
subscriber offers foi : of the bank of the U. judges, Jonas Daniel, Arthur
sale' ites lowing assigned limits, all the will attend to all business entrusted .
errns, his CJn acca nodatiii,; states or its branches, to guard Foster and Elijah Caloway. county south and east of M. to their care, arising under oJ j

allahasst mill and lands near against any change that maybe 5th District-within the following Johns river, within the boundary the law of Congress. grant'r;

ucccssful the mill has b'en II! found proper. in regard to assigned 'limits, "all lines of Duval and St. Johns ing pre-emption rights to set- '0.'S

onths, andP ?tion about 1-2 he notes of local or State Banks. Jackson county not embraced by counties, and north of the city ofIt. tIers in this Territory. The office i -- '

Jro5t nf aflWtls. an annual o bank note for a' less amount the limits of the fourth dis Augustine, and north of the the former is in Tallahassee ,

ollars it is nearly So fou thuusand than five dollars is to be received, trict." road thence to Bueva Vista. of the latter, in Quincy :,. ,-

drnit the Constructed as to nor any that is not payable on Five precincts st precinctat Three precincts 1st precinctat Gadsden county. ".

ill at a adLtitlun .)f a grist demand. Oi mans store, judges, Thomas Kingsleys Bluff, judges, M. August tf : -- '4
Stnali L.xPense- a K. Tall Russ, Joseph Russ and John -' b p
Jenkins and
andsorn elevation I Kingsley.2d Carey Bronaugh, ) A llach- ,. .
B. Jackson. I
ill near the
a Comfortable Receiver. : precinct-at Samuel Fair- vs. } ment to : "',- -
ng has frame build 2d precinct-at Simm's store, banks house, judges .' :
just bet'n July 15. f'I Samuel Wm. D. D and ridge. Superior .
cflmplet.d. judges, Walter Davis, C. C. Nichols
Within -I Fairbanks and James Hall. -
half Court, October term 1826, ,
a niil Qf .. I .
the 1.1"v t .1'.L L'" and Isaac Robinson.3d 3d eo _
Welling precinct, at the house of '
there is July 1st 1826.. Levied on one .
r a 7ieautifui lake WILLIAM P. DUVAL at Big Pond, ,
seVtr precinct Francis P. Fatio
ll mies! judges, Francis store house & goods consisting A : ;
the |n extent affordvaricl Governor of the Territory ofFlorida. judges, Green Patterson, John P. Fatio and Lewis .
greatrn I Fleming.12th of dry goods hard ware and gro' j or'f:
Un dia.nce > and a- i G. Smith and Cornelius Gran- District--within ,
of the the following ceries. t\ .:..; -
h. mot choice- In tham. -
with the
compliance provisions assigned limits "the I
city Notice is hereby given, that ,
This : of the tenth section of the 4th precinct-at Irvings Mill of St. Augustine and all the '
pace f.'om two suits have been instituted 11 been experience' act of the Congress of the U. -judges, John B.Roberts, Peter county lying between the road in }
found the above case. .i; (-f j
d is as pleasant to be heahhy, Suirs, entitled -'an act to amend Simmons and Jame Patterson. from said city to Buena Vista A. W. Crews :..&< :-1\ :-' -
tion of as any in ihh the several acts for' the establishment 5th precinct-at,Jeremiah Cor- and the southern boundary of: .! cy

Utblr for cOuntry. I he land is of a Territorial Gov leys, judges, John ,Lott, Jordan St. Johns county. D.Sherin '., :!i p'-- .

tft, totton the Cultivation of ernment in Florida," approvedthe Smith and William McNeily. One precinct-city of:St. Augustine July 22.. -' tf : "' '.' ''.} S -- -
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aSon fur wiihinl"sUlar--HI 0111) 15th day of May 1826.It 6th District-within the following at the court house,judges -- ,. '. I -

haa Other to sell h thal is hereby made known to assigned limits, (> the John Y. Garep, Reuben Lor-- PRINTING,. .: .\; l': ? :

: Would wish bajncss to which the people of Florida, that on boundary lines of Gaqsden coun- i I ing and F J. Fatio. '* Executed with neatneuaC ;;IIM -: !,

to devote his the first in October} I : 13th District within '
Monday fI ? I the fol- 'desa. tch at this oLe. \ M
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"'- : Public-i\7o. 86. l lue of :the lands relinquished at menced tne exercises Qf uie of tliflS >cclaration of I ode ,

t.. BY AUT.H tatcs:passed An act allowing appeals and writs of the rate of two dollars per acre : day with an appropriate addressto dence. hen
J fA es of tltC Ihw 0J the nlne- error from the decisions in the Dis- Provided, That the allowance the throne of Grace. The By S. Sn1ith.-The State
trict Court, in the Northern District Of
} _at.the v'dnuress. of New York, in certain cases. made on account of per centage, Declaration of Independencewas Georgia-she has the applause

i h "" Public=-N 0.- 84. Be it enacted by the Senate including their annual salary, read by W l.Fj'. Hort, Esq. of every true republican forth

: An act making appropriations to carry and House of Representativesof and including their commissionon and an eloquent] and patriotic o- firmness with which she has
tl ;into etfect the treaty concluded be- States of shallin ration Was delivered by Thomas the resisted "
United States and the the United Americain the money actually paid, oppressive i invasion
t*ttU ; 0
: Creek nation ratified' the twenty-se Congress assembled, That appeals no case, exceed, to any one Baltzell Esq. after which the her rights, b). the General

I coed .\1 prsl, eighteen hundred and and writs of error shall lie officer I for any one year, the sum company sat down to a dinner vernment.

twentysix.Be from decisions in the District of thr ethousai1d dollars. prepared in the highest style by By Thos. Russ.-The

; it enacted by the Seaate Court for the Northern Districtof Approved-iay 22, 1826.An Mrs. Hull. Col. Jacob Robinson Treaty-exhibiting far fibre new
and House of Representatives
New York, when exercisingthe presided, assisted by James corruption and fraud than the
States of America
of the United!
: powers of a Circuit Court ; act to compensate receivers of pub- Webb Esq. one, and detestible for renueriDIfreemen
ii: Gojigres-s assembled: Thathe lic for transporting and depositing -
After dinner the
and from decisions which may be followingtoasts tributary to the ?
following! be, and the > the same. mere
( made by the Circuit Court for were drank. less that have
Be ,it enacted by the Senate savages desolated
% same are hereby, Appropriated, the Southern District of said and! House of Representatives )1. The 50th Anniversary of our frontiers with fire and blood
of not otherwise
1 out any money to into effect State, in causes heretofore removed of the .United States of Americain American,Independence-at the By Thomas Baltzell] -Th&

appropriated the concluded carry between to said Circuit Court, Congress assembled,. That it expiration of half a century we United States of America, the

the treaty United States and the- from the said District Court, shall be Imvful for the Secretary felicitate ourselves in i possessing asylum of the oppressed, the

sitting as a Circuit Court, to the of the Treasury to allow to the the same feelings of patriotism strong tower of freedom.
deck nation the
1 on twcnty- Court of the United which blazed in the bosoms Hail
fourth of hundred Supreme several receivers of public moneys ,Song- Columbia- .b r
C January, I States, in the same manner as in the several Land Offices, of our ancestors. Joseph Lewis.By .
and and ratified
fi twenty-six, !! frem Circuit Courts. a reasonable compensation for 1 gun, 3 cheers. James Webb-Call and

a on the twenty-second of April, ApprouedIay 22, 1826. transporting to, and depositingsuch 2. The Heroes of '76Maythe White.-We have too few men
h eighteen hundred and twenty-six, of talents in
-- in Bank other beacon light which lead themon Territory to dis.
_I Vf that is to say : For the payment Public-No. 87. moneys of any that or from to glory, still fire every Ame' pence with the services of ei-
place deposite, may, I
to' Chiefs and
e, of the sum the
An act authorizing the payment of in- time be rican bosom, when our countrJ'srights ther.By
sib Warriors of the Creek nation, terest due to the :State: of New time to designated by are assailed. : Sears Bryan.-The army

stipulated in the third article of York. the Secretary of the I'l-euaur: }, 'and Navy of the United States
Be it enacted by the Senate for that which compensation 1 gun, 3 cheers. the
the said treaty, in addition to an purpose 3. -- despots of Europe hare
his faithful
iff unexpended balance of one hun and 1 louse of Representativesof shall be regulated acoor- advice Washington be -May been taught to fear and! respect

dred and thousand dollars thenited States of Americain ding to the actual labor, expense long remembered, : them.
seventy his
assembled 7'hat the risk such trans ution bright example followed, his i By Liland
':' appropriated by the act of Congress I and of of Trippe.-uAndrew

a j the third of March, eighteen proper accounting officer of the I and deposite, to the place of de- 'virtues emulated, and his me- JacksonMay he }live until the

f hundred and twenty-five, and Treasury Department be, and posite and return therefrom. mory venerated by succeeding Conslhutioi has weathered the

b which is hereby directed to be they are hereby, authorized Sec. 2. And be tt further enact- generations-drank standing. present political storm and gen.

t used for the purpose of this act, and directed to liquidate and set- ed, That it shall be lawful for Franklin In the I gun. uine republicanism. shall again
exercise of prevail.By
h forty-seven thousand six hundred tle the claim of the State of the Secretary of the Treasury, -
his Philosophy he down JohnHopson.-Col. James
'( dollars, both of which sums shall New York, against the United in his discretion, to make a like lightning from Heaven in the Gadsden-we believe with him
s be paid to the chiefs of the creekt States, for interest upon loanson compensation to the several receivers exercise of his patriotism he that there existed no necessity

nation, to be divided among the money borrowed, and actually of public moneys for similar dictated the for granting the blood thirsty
only (erms
c Chiefs and Warriors of said na- expended by her, for the use services by them performed the nPonwhich the savages in our Territory more

) tion, and that the same be doney and benefit of the United States, since the reduction of their 'desPisedPeo1ple land, and that their suffering
new world would consent to treat
the late war with Great the act of the condition has arisen from
under the direction of the Secretary during compensation by I. with the hurdlings of the old. their

i of War, in a full council Britain. thirtieth of April, one thousand: fierce turbulent, uncontroulable
J 1 .
erred Sec. 2. And be itfurther enacted hundred and gun disposition.By .
of the nation com upon noose i eight eighteen.
5. The American confed&
lice. for that ui' ) That, in ascertaining: the amount 1 Approved May 22, 1826. ra- Dr. Hort.---The opposition
P < *
l I'V. of interest aforesaid- I & cy, wise in principle, powerfulin as
For the payment of the "
permanent :
4 annuity to the Creek nat due to the State of New York, Public-No. 00. practice, component parts may their course
are 24 subordinate heads eacha and finally c\'ail.
tion, providedfor by the fourth the following rules shall be un- An act making appropriations for the prosper ,1)1 .
tiIV and bulwark in itself E Pluribus ByV.n Robinson.-- -The
article of the said treaty, the derstood as applicable to, and for public other buildings purposes.10 ashington Unum. I brave defenders of their country

sum of twenty thousand dollars.or governing the case, tovit : Be it enacted by the Senate 1 gun, 3 cheers. who fell in the last war..their

S( For the payment of the sum First, that interest shall not be and House of Representatives of G. Party Spirit-May it exist deeds were grcat in fight-may

D to the friends and followers of computed on any sum which the United States of America in amongst Americans only in time : their souls abide in peace.By .
General M'Intosh for New York has not expended for Jessee Lou. =The
>ff stipulated -- Greeks
assembled :That the
t Congress of peace, and act as a watchful
in the ninth article of the said I the use and benefit of the Unit- be and the ---Heaven prosper them in their
i following sums same sentinel to guard our rights.
treaty, one hundred thousand ed States, as evidenced by the noble efforts, to rescue the land
t are hereby, respectively: appro- 1 3 cheers.
dollars. amount refunded or repaid to gun o1! Genius and Liberty from the
to be paid out of 7. State
J priated, any Rights-as sacred as
j For the payment of the sum New York by tne United States ; in the Treasury not other- confederate there polluting grasp of the tyrant.
Second that interest shall be money ones-may By Dr. Watson-Florida-
the Creek nation no ,
!' to stipulated
for the fol-
wise. appropriated, never exist a conflict between may that_ __ Portion nf her citiieatwho
which she n
for by the supplemental article paid on any sum on -----J t
,( that to them.
i lowing purposes, is say : would ingloriously desert:!
,-i to the said treaty, thirty thousand has not paid interest ; Third, For finishing the large room in 1 gun, 3 cheers. in the hour of need l and t Mmv'':

i dollars. that when the principal or any the President's House ; for the 8. The general diffusion of surrender the right to become a! I

al; For carrying into effect the part of it, has been paid or refunded purchase of furniture, and for : knowledge, the firmest pillar of free and independent State, nolonger

.( stipulations of the sixth, seventh, by the Uuited Staies, repairs of the house, the sum of I republican institutions. tread her soil, but hasten

eighth, tenth, eleventh and sixteenth I or money placed in the hands of twenty-five thousand dollars ; for 1 gun, 3 cheers. to shelter themselves under tbij

,:;I } articles, and to defray all : New York for that purpose the finishing the fences, and graduating 9. The three American Ter- laws and government of the State! 1 1I

other attending the I I interest on the sum or sums so of Alabama. 8
i expenses and in)1provingg the grounds ritories, though infants in the I
faithful execution of the provisions paid or refunded shall cease, By Henry Trippe.---Americil.
connected with the President's1louse government, should their servi-
o I t
and not be considered char- --.the land of the free and thJ
of said 1'reaty one hundred as
r the sum of five thousand ces be required, they will prove
home of the brave if her :
the United States ;
and thousand dollars. geable to ,
twenty ,
eight hundred and sixty-five dollars themselves adults in battle. I
than to the time of the are virtuous, her enemies shnever :
JOIIM longer up
for the work 1 3 cheers.
; continuing on gun, 1
Speaker of the II. of lleprcsentativrs. aforesaid.Sec. prevail against her.
r JOHN c. CALHOUX, repoyment as the Capitol, the sum of one hun- 10.-The Territory of Florida Song---Stai spangled banner!
3. And be '
Vice President of the U. States and further) enacted dred thousand dollars ; for repair -May the time shortly arrive by Hob. A. Lott. 1 s

President of the Senule.Approved. That the amount interest, of hose for fire engine, the when she will be hailed as a sis- By James 'V ebb.---fieo. M l| C
:May >, 182r ascertained aforesaid
2l when
: t
as sum of three hundred dollars ; ter by the American States, coequal Troup, the Governor of Geow
JOHN QUINCY .ADA lS. shall be of in I
paid .
any money Sour
for the widow of Giovanna An- with themselves. gia-: we like such madmen

the Treasury, not otherwise ap- drei, four hundred dollars, to 1 gun, 3 cheers. privileges are invaded,t 1fJ 9

Public-No. 85. 1pro1)riated.ApprovedMay. defray the expenses of her return 11. The Executive of Florida. will not be wanting those toifl u.
An act to fix the tifnes and place of 22 132$. i
mire him for his patriotism av
holding the District Courts of the to Italy. c
'U ited Stales, in the Districts of ABe Sec. 2. And be further enacted 1 gun. firmnes.. e:

'1aIJlm PuIJhc-No.88. I That all furniture purchasedfor 12. MaYthe people of Florida By Thomas Orman. "Tfl i:
it Commerce of the United Stat
enacted the Senate
.- by ,\n act fto compensate the Registers the use of the President's always be disposed to appre- Y,
and House of Representativesjf and Receivers of the Land Oflices, ---the broadest and deep
House, shall be, as far as practi- ciate the services of their Delegate -
the United States of America forextra, icrvces rendered under the I channel of national wealth as 1't 1'c
and reward him
of the of the cable, of American or domestic according
; in provisions of the act act : prosperity.By .
assembled That the
second :March eighteen hundred and manufacture. to his merits. Wm. T. hilbe.-..Jol
District Courts in the
twentyone.Be Sec. 3. And be it farther enacted 1 gun. Randolph of Roanoke-To tbo, 1-
of Alabama shall hereafter be I it enacted the Senate o
by ,' That the Commissioner of 13. Wives, children and who cannot understand f
holden at the times and places, and House of Representatives Public Buildings shall hereafter friends the invaluable bless- pointed and forcible analog"'" e.

1/ and in the manner herein provided of the United' States America of thousand bestowed Heaven to I f..
receive the sum two ings by and allusions, he appears tobj
: for, any law to the contrary in Congress assembled, That to 11h
dollars per annum as his salary, counteract: the innumerable e- madmanve believe him

notwithstanding ; that is to say : for the services rendered by the to be paid to him as other sala- vils of life. the devoted friend liberty ij 'Wfc

At IIuntsville, in and for the nor- Registers and Receivers of the of his *ui
ries are paid, and any law here- 1 gun, 13 cheers. country, a man o\
thern District of Alabama, on several Land Districts, in carrying tofore authorizing him tta employr Volunteer Toasts. ris and of mighty mind. f o:

.... the (first Monday of March, and into effect the act for the relief clerk in his office shall be, and the President.ndrev By Thomas Hull..Our. n r U
the first Monday of October ; at of the purchasers cf public By Legislative Council..ma
the same' is hereby, repealed.
Mobile} in and for the southern lands, prior to the t first day of 22 1826. Jackson-the true, republican sist of men eminent for wisd YL
Approved-May ,
District, on the first Monday in July, eighteen hundred and the firm patriot, the distinguished by talentsreO>i1' la

x ", May, and on the second Monday twenty, passed on the second PUBLIC-No. $1. brave soldier, we would venture ale! for zeal whose intcg"lJ

-. in October, in each : Provided -: of March kirn in the cabinet, as freely unimpeachable. ivvv,
year day one thousand eight An act for the relief of the Florida Indians Lott.-.The1'
That for the final ', ] and fearlessly as we would By U. A.
disposition hundred and twenty-one, and the glftl'
of causes commenced in, several acts supplementarythereto Be it enacted by the Senate follow him to the field. Sex.-lleaven.s sweetest bell' 111
x and House of of 3 9 cheers. whom are united virtue, t'(
and Representatives ,
YY s 4. pending the District Court the Secretary of the guns hr
? the United States-of'America in Dr. Cre\vs.-John sensibility, love and everY V
ti. y now' held at Cahawba, in said 'freasuryvith the approbationof : By Quincy enh
if assembled That the Adams when the of that can soften sorrow, \v
Southern Districf, there shall bea Congress majority/ a
the President, in addition to nature',
Court held at said place, at the the fees allowed by the said act sum of twenty thousand dollarsbe free people shall prevail, and joy Song or adorn....Is there human a hear ., ktA
and thr 'sime is hereby, appropriated the Genius of shall dis-
times Liberty
now fixed by law, and after and supplementary acts, shall be ]loved R. A- Lot:!
in never ; by ,
out q 1
; any money miss him from the office whichhe
judgment in said cases, final process and he is hereby, authorised to the not otherwise Many other toasts wered'rhe Tle.
thereon may be issued from make such allowance and com- to be expended under appropriated -- at present holds, may he be utmost glee and !)aenti .

I and made returnable to the said pensation to each of the said of- the directions of the President permitted in peace to presideover with unanimity of s an

Court, to be held at Mobile in I the destinies, the free negroes during thecompany d cd
ficers, as shall appear to him to in affording; sustenance to prevailed Y.d
: ':" ; <': '::' ---- 1 which[ Court all further proceedings be reasonable ancr justvhich; I I the suffering Florida Indians. of Liberia, or of any of the ; highly gl'aufi.l of

I. '" 1Z:54.;:"';:;r <;t!c; t\ thereon shall be had.. allowance shall', in no case, exceed I, Approved, May, 2?, 1826 hostile tribes of savages, towards tired i! 10 heir homes at aUhuu th,

--,_:.<::: "- ; S ec. 2. And be it further enact- the expenditure incurredin .. whom he has manifested such 1'. gl'tht
edj That all causes and proceedings clerk hire,"by'any Register or N.f1TION.IlLJUBILEE..I distinguished partiality.By L..qXl:

of every description, com Receiver, in consequence of the 'The '50th anniversary of A- Dr. Stewart-Col. Jos. .,111 S C EI fat

menced or pending in either of duties imposed upon those officers rrfeKcan Independence was ce- M. White, our Delegate in Congress John RlI1U/CJlfl/J....Iis-1 to

the said Courts, shall I be continued by the provisions of the said' lebrated in Chipola,' Jackson -we feel proud in the cho- soling thing to every In' j grc1'ec

and returnable to said courts act, and the act supplementary : County, by a numerous and respectable ice of a man who has so highly really cares for I his counmnutation l1a1

to be held] according"to,the provisions thereto, and the one half of one : body of the citizens, distinguished himself by talents, to see the Wrap bas saC&e

-i t I of this act, and proceeded per cent. on the amount of pay- on the camp ground in the neigh- zeal and integrity.By which Mr. Randolph a r,, :

with in due form of law. ments made by relinquishments borhood of James Webb, Esq. Joseph Russ-Thomas received in'England,\V 1.f

A'pprovcdIay 22, 1826. and discounts, calculating the va The Rev. Mr. stogdale coma Jefferson, the illustrious author tinguishcd persons

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far had any inter- homc) and thousands passed the Tallahassee, ,1ug.. 29, 1826. morning of the 4th, may be added C. \,' FOWLER, ; ci') 4

,_. : SO They, .It appears, haveur5e. whole night in the square. 3 MR. THRUSTON, to the number. It breathesthe "practice Law in Le'; .

about his sanity, o'clock, P. M. I have just returned SIR-In the course of your same spirit which marked WILL and the adjoining _

J .sgi\"ings nicions of his not bend from making a round of editorial remark in your last jhe last moments of Mr Jeffer counties. His office is in the 4 .J

nent eman. His speeches the town observe the extent of week's paper, you make the son. city of Tallahassee Florida. -

n,' a 'rpoo12re filled with good damages Several houses are following querry, u why is not he, How gratifying to the feel- March II. : !

I 1''": nd just expressionsl thrown entirely down ; many are (CoL. WHITE to f1 .. t
) present defend ings of the venerable Jefferson, Stone and Timber Wanted.Navy.Agent's
Not rent asunder from .
rrie bottom.
3aUo.npH ImClts. top ,1
l himself. must the arrival of this day be Office {
d Gen. Gas The Cathec'ial, a splendid edifice -i 1:
6vf Huskisson, has of I I think would be unjust in Fifty years ago, he ,said this Pensacola, 1st August, 1826. t. .
( ou one its '
:11)- wings rent :
Fiizclan-nce :
; ."".')dCol. from the base me, possessing as I do at this mo- country vas, and of right oughtto SEALED PROPOSALS t <
o" been pleaseChJ0 : to the tower. .
? Dike) have : ment when his character De- be received at my office un. -
; as be free.. It became Tree- WILL I
ftc house in
but his rnajte15.acc Scarcely a the. city is Isth
next,for I
his SOCltty legate and his motives as man It is free His hairs j iJ
."h far hun I > ithout injury ; mine has everyone grey cannot supply of the following materials! to t-i j 1
\fon tbC I IH' And of its principal walls split in are assailed, such direct and authentic go do"Vnvith sorrow to the build a wharf: the NavyfiYard, viz : : y "

2oflg;' Ch Jes'Kin! and several places ; dining room in information of his movements grave. Methink I see this hoa- 103,052 Cubic feet of timber, j:

(i, It'of t i t:>e tribe are to be ruins ; the partition of my bedroom and the reasons that have ry Statesman and Patriot, urg- of the heart yellow pine, to square J
fourteen inches, and from
he Raitdolpll is a has fallen in, and had I rendered it necessary for him to ing his way to the pinnacle of his twenty-one. " John feet "
; d, to fortyrflve length. .
Iie\'t blaci g-uard. \\'hen been in bed 1 should have been remain absent thus long from the mountain residence. He leans 1,852 Perches of Stone I ..]

rSZ'Jre of the H family" iIlt least severely bruised. Ase'l..e Territory, to keep .them con- upon his staff. His eye-lids are suitable for the construction of a ,sub ,t ,ii:

Tulcvrr received with any shock has not been fell cealed from his friends and the heavy, and his body bowed under stantial and durable wharf. ,. t i .)f.;

aue1tiuns ill Euaope **' here until now, since the year public. .. the burthen of accumulatedyears. The timber is to be free from all de "I : t '

::'IiIJr was ilit-re one who ever 1805. About six years ago, it is It is a fact, I believe, not very I I He arrives-He looks fects knots, and particularly to wind be, shtkes, large t :.
I t
\'b 1a'n sap; nicely: and
.' \'rdtobe ? The Liverpool said, there was a slight one ; generally known in the .remote abroad upon his native country, hewed and out of wind. exactly c ,: ;' t ,!,:'
1 :
lJion: says of Mr. Randolph, but no injury was done. It appears parts of this territory, that :and his eyes resume their youthful The Stone is to be of the best quality : "
like ancient miraculous that only three. that -can be procured this i
I he seemed an Col. White other sec- f -i
1il" among many brilliancy. He sees that his k
surrounded by his lives have been lost. Many who tion! of country, and to be delivered of
ciafl age distinguished individuals, members cheerful a size l : t :
; here and countrymen are hardy an shape most convenient and .
are Caracas
'I SoiascinatingwabRandolph's were at .. : -.Hi.
ccholars. of Congress was compli- and He desirable for the for : 'f'
satiCln, during the vigorous. erects his purposes which. ; ..
con vel great earthquakethere it is intended.
mented the President of the
Ir. by
) feeble frame. He casts
could with difficu-.y es- say that this shock was away All the above articles are to be delivered
hat he still much United States with an invitationto his staff. His are now at the : I ..
the crowd that more severe ; but the eyes Navy Yard, Pensacola.As .-
cape from around him.:' Some ; houses beirg better built here, visit and inspect the Military raised, his hands are lifted up to it is contemplated to commence .l.E ,

iliDerrd sayings are pi- : the injury has been lesE. Academy at West !Point, in the Heaven Listen." Gpd I the work on the first of October next ( ; r
his reported a portion of the timber and the
'enough tlf, but we suspect his, Half past five. I have been State of New York. This invitation thank thee./ my country is hap- will be required on before that stone day. : J .

"ere remarks about Cobbett, taking another survey, and. was it was highly proper and py take me to thyself." The materials; will be subject to the t : ,' ...:...

till:= bring that political renega- surprised to find that hundredsof politic that he should,\as he did usual inspection at the yard, and pay ; :

to upou his back. But so it is. families are. sending beds and accept. It must necessarily John Adam's Prophecy at 20 years i they ment are will delivered.be made for them only as 1-: I

A man who dares to speak his bedding into the plain, and e- have occupied at least two of age. i Bond, with ample and approved security

:jnd of such people, is sure to rectin* booths there for the months of the present snmraer. The following is an extract ofa will be required for the exact. i 'f

:]1C pelted with mud and filth. night. All fear another shock. Whenever these duties were letter, written by John Adams, and faithful execution of the contracts. ; .'_

R.ndoph's! pertinacity. how 19th, 12 o'clock, noon The performed, and the health of his dated at Worcester, Mass. Oct. Samuel K. Overton, I : ,

u-r, i in boasting of his English night has passed Quietly and the family admitted! of it, Col. White 12, 1755. JYary Jlgent ; :

is a weakness. But it ala..i is subsiding. Soon after the Reformation lItis.
descent, took up the line of march for (
ius; nothiug: mean or vulgar a- Florida, .and by.the last mail, I a few people came over in this RegIster and ReceIver' .
He always rather RALEIGH, N. c. Aug. G. { ;
bjutit. was new world for conscience sake.
received a letter from him, of ,. NOTTIR. j
iristocratic, an.h 1 avowed it in Whatever has a tendency to alleviate Perhaps this i trivial I
apparently *:
which the is
.. bold and manly way. His reception any, even the slightest of! subjoined an extract imicidetit--- ------- mav...-J f.rnncf. ..........,.>.a" tlia LI .cMOt....:.... f\t..J. HE.Register and Receiver \
in England will lie the thousand shocks which and which.I hope .}vill entirely Empire into America. It looks JL of the Land Office at Tal- !

_. ,.. .... -- inform
.1 .1 I-n tl.it flesh hei' form put to rest the fallacious xiiassee, who arc :
'onuwouu LV LlIe ;:)uu.acountry. ae-I v ALl uu is to, a propersubject likely to me : for, if we can remove -
for newspaper nolict. idea, that it was "policy that induced the turbulent Gallicks, our interested, that the office is now'.1'" t 1

Jfoak's Enauircr.. We gave an account in the Register him to remain abroad." people, according to the exact- ojjen for the reception and adjustment i

; some weeks since, of I am very respectfully, est computations will in another of claims, arisicg un- !
Cx-Pieside .Monroe has been the wonderful effect producedby DAVID B. MACOMB. century become more numerou' :der the act of Congress, approved <<. i

appointed; by the Executive the simple application salt Extract of a letter from Colonel than England itself. Shouiu the, 2d day of April, f !
Council Visitor: of ihe I UnivcrMty and water, to a large wen or tumor !. White, to David B. Macomb, this be the case, since we. have, 1 aail himself Every person of the wishing benefit to of \ j

: Virginia, in the place of on the neck of a citizen of Esq. datedIlarrodsburg must say all the naval stores in this act make known 'i*' c
must his.
ibrlateenerable: Jdr l'soll. The had Ky. July 21 1826. tin nation at our hands, it wilt j r .
this county; ,. who tried without ., laim by delivering a notice in
.::i7ice, : of Hector, \\ hich was held success the prescriptions of Dr. Sir-" I arrived here a be easy to get the mastery of the the 1 V?
:Mr. Jefferson, will 1 be filled bytbeViitor.Ra1cigh ; and the united writing to Register, in which ( -i
lv few since"on home seas, forces of ail! ;.
days .
various physicians. ..AVe stated, my way I he mubt particularly designate .
Ster. Europe will not be able to sub- % :
I and after few weeks
as was the case, that from the a delay, the quarter section fractional :
moment solution rendered indispensable by the due us. The only way to kee section j
At of the this was applied from quarter which he claims. :
a recent meeting un for
us setting ourselves,
death of mother and the situation up A section understood _
the wen decreased gradu- my quarter is I I
&rrtakers: ant! builders of the U- is to disunite us. Be not surprised
uversity Virginia, resolutions ally in size, and finally disap- of my private affairs, I that I am turned politi- 10 consist of one fourth part of j jI

We this shall proceed with all possible I an entire section, and not of two 1
Mere adopted, asking permission peared. thought .a remarkable cian. This whole town is immersed !
it. dispatch to Florida, and I hopeto eighth parts of different sec- :
to allowed the honor of e- cure published in politics. The interests 1
rcctin*,; a Monunientover the remains We yesterday received a communication have the pleasure of making a of nations, and all the din dons, or tw. halves of different "1} t '

: of Mr. Jufferson.---Jit id. from a.. respectable visit to the. Metropolis in Octo- of war, make the subject of eve- quartersections. One dollar ::1.

-.- gentleman in Sampson County, ber." ry conversation. I sit and hear, and twenty-nve cents per acre {1-:
will be required from each claimant I
From the Balliinore Patriot. who states, that being severely 1L and after having been led thro' a ;

Earthquake at l ogofa ---A' afflicted with a large tumor of COL. JOSEPH; ; \ maze of sage observations, 1 at No the time making his I r *J

letter lioin Bogota under datef kind under his which DEAR COLONEL, I sometimes retire, and aying tntry. more than one quar- in f :
some eye, ter section be entered
June 18th, furnishes the following Absent men have present ene- things together, form some reflections can by any I .'
pronounced. by. most personsto mies. "No dohbtyou:have heard of ma- I one individuaL Th.. Ions and \ ,:
of -
\ account the earth- .1. pleasing to myself.i'he .- -
ue a cancer, ne saw in tnIS ny .ot the" tumps" saying nere 10 your overseers of settlers wiio have 1
ijjke of -
; recently experienced. produce one of these reveries 'I
paper the account above alludedto prejudice ani r.o: doubt many thingsre not made improvements sepe- t ''lt
\Ve are all here in a state of saying: here to such prejudice, of you have read a ove.
determined rate distinct and
immediately independent
excitement heard. This
great and anxiety. which yon have not pretends t
to' the saline preparation.He .- L those made by their fathers or J
Last night was the n.ost. awful try unl"to visclYou{ as to one.
one I ever We did so' and in weeks, the It is said by your enemies, that you We are authorized to announce employers, will not be entitled ,
passe were
and advised the Kentucky Asylum, to locate Mr. John 'V. Lavincs to pre-emptions. All claims .
silting at whist as the clocks tumor entirely disappeared, in this and as a can- .. )
their township Territory,
chimed a quarter to eleven ; at he adds that he is now perfectlywell. endeavcred to arrange yourself into didate,.. to represent Leon Coun- 'must be supported by the testimony .- :

that momrni we were all sensible This is so simple a remedy the agency. Understanding that you :iy, in the Legislative Coun of one or more credible ,, i ',
cf the shock of an earthquake that some may deride it, are now at HarrO<1sb .rlj, a ride to Danville .,cil. i'& disinterested witnesses, whose .
will little or no trouble( ; evidence be 4
cost you r must given in per- _
not however .
violent advise
cuough but similarly
we persons and there you may obtain a. certificate We authorised son, b fore the Register and Receiver .
to make (fJr are announce )
any extraordinary afflicted, to make the experi from the directory rf the institute, going ,
or taken in the form ota I
Col. David B. Macombas
impression, and we pursued to shew, that you have never had
Ullr game. About: two minutes ment.We any correspondence with them on the a candidate to repretent Leon deposition before a justice of ....

dapscJ, when we experienced have heard since our last subject, directly' or in irecly.} This county in the next Legislative the peace and duly certified.-

Host awful repetition. The a another instance, in which a expose, Colonel, would confound your Council.; i'o enti'.le the claimant to the I

walls of the house were dread- large Wen was removed in a slanderers said to be most unreasonable c nfoun ecllv., to requireyou It maybe light preemption, ..the .following .' ..

full)' a.hated, our caudles were short time by the simple application to prove a negative, but times are TWe are authorised to an- facts must be established. ;

overturned, chairs and tables oft: strong solution of Salt hard and there are a grert many un- nounce Edward R. Gibson Esq. 1st, that he, or she was the J l c ,
thrown re:.Bunuble people in these Floridas. head of'a family, or
from one bide of the and Water.-Register. as a candidate to representLeoncounty twentyoneyears' J t .
loom to the other _ in the next Legislative of age or upwards, on the I r ,:,
1:1 .
; we cou r----- ...:::..: -== WAUKULLAH.TALLAHASSEE (
ourselves scarcely mainiaiu Council. ,1st day of January, 1825.-2d, t

erect position, aud wereo; ou 'r.LLlA} 'E"E, SUGAR. that he or she did on or before I ,

fectly para }'zcd, that we never per- .-. Col. George Fisher, of this place, has r.yWe: are authorised announce : the 1st day of January, 1825, \

hOU6IH of getting out of tht FUIOAY' SEJTF.'In"u! 10 16. now growing, two small town lots of Mr. William Wyatt as a actually inhabit and cultivate the ". 't

huu ; indeed my own belief sugar each a little more than half an candidate to represent Leon quarter section ofland ,which he .

Wa that the acre, the one on the extreme eastern, or she may claim. 3d, that the ,
house must: fall be- We in in the next Legislative
to-day's County
fore we publish paper the other on the extreme western boundary said claimant .has not removed -
could possibly get out the communication of D. B. Ma- of the town. The eastern lot is''. Council. from _
oftt. this. When the
Territory. :
} that it was therefore comb Esq. which informs us that hammock, adjoining the Lafayette, .
claims the
useless I -x applicant as legal representative -
to last and partially
move The it was opened year :
.. ceiling Col. White has taken the .
walt up cultivated. The western lot is some of some previous -,
coming down inh :Ts otice.DEPARTMENT .
large flakes aud upon us line of march for Florida," we oak, more pine, a bad sample of our second settler, this additional fact must .:;.

e the fall of a are really glad the Col.) is so rate Kind, opened this year. Both OF STATE, be proven. .
?> mirror at the moment, lots have been cultivated with little or 14 1826.
soontobewithus, that he mayin July The office will be closed on
Jvlnch We took to be part of the no care, and yet they exhibit on this risk and .
obviate the
To delay -
to rest the 1st Monday in January next -
"use, added to the alarm. Ii propia person put thirty-first of August, the subjoined EXTRAOKD1NARY >
Was lndeed the fallacious idea that it was" RATES incident to the return of the after which no claim will be re

appalling ; never, The lot shows handsomecrop Bank Notes from this ceived. .
Leer shall I policy that induced him to remain western a Depart- :; .
forget it. It I
t d, having lasted 40 seconds.pass- abroad. Mr. Macomb, after the stalk of cane, eleven, having and in twelve many cases matured to ment, not receivable at the treasury ]1. K. Call, :

\V,then went into the streets, speaking of the complimentary -i I joints, and averaging through the lot of the U. States, in payment G. W. Ward.FORM. .

x\acre crowds were on their invitation of the Presidentof nine matured joints- for patent rights, all per- 1:
\ The Eastern lot shewi a much superior -
'lee of Pa-
.'\. praying most fervently. the Uriiied States, says this crop in every point of view ; and sons desirous taking out Mr.G.V.. Ward, Register of

general rush>> was made for tin invitation it was highly proper having a great number of stalks, with tents are requested to transmit, the Land Office at Tallahassee, fl

:I qUar j iu which the palace is. and politic that he should, as be fifteen and sixteen joints matured, and with their applications, such is hereby notified that I: claim the : .'

I here we found thousands colleCting did accept." As to the Col's policy 1 affording an unquestioned average of notes or drafts as they may know, right of pre-emption iu the .U

; and collected. .Women thirteen matured joints or be advised will be availableat of section
satisfied No.1"
ilod we are entirely Would it not be well, Mr. Editor to quarter :
td men just as they had jump- and equally so, that he has iden- expose this to the observation of Louisiana the treasury. Township No. Range 'gF.

Qf out of bed, with the addition tified himself with the adminis- planters, and ask them to compare August 19. lOt No. in the Western Laud 4 .

th a blanket thrown around notes. T. District of- Florida. /) .
*rn ; mothers in the tration.In '- -- li '
of h.n. ;
grIef and apprehension agony From the Petersburg Intelligencer. Doctor Coleman, l
their clasping of the delay i COINCIDEJCES.. '- .u
children consequence the practice BLANKS
to their .
bosoms i
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Idl ers and brothers endeavoring occasioned by moving the office Our readers have all felt the CONTINUES in the City of Executed with neatness and \ J

t 0 provide them with this does not appear so impression made by the extra-: Tallahassee ; he will at all times .
paper .
covering at this office.PRINTING
Crouns of females in di-; early as it would otherwise have ordinary coincidences presentedon be found at his residence (on the despatch .- 5 \ .

l'eclion every the 4th of July last... The north-east of the Capitolsqua1" p
,i calling each others done. It will in future be pub corner -
11afles to be assured that in order to following extract from the editorial ,) when not on profes- ,
all was lished on Fridays, Executed with neatness and
safe. '
Dismay and mail which departs observations of tjie Nat- sional'>> business. ,. "
despair Were forward it by the .J. -;
b era!. 1\ one would return on Saturday. ches Newspaper," printed on the Tallahassee, Aug. 2"th.-tr. despatch at this office ( -


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Ordinance No. 5. s das & public Milliard TaLi members of the City Council.Sec. and make' return" agreably f' to DEPARTMENT OrBrA '

the of twelve dollars and 6. tit ordained law. k
For the establishment of a city sum further 8to June 1826. '
Library and Museum. fifty cents per quarter year- that it shall be the duty of all retailers Ordered, that.Stephen.Town- To, enable this

, Bt it ordained by the Intendant provided that any one keepingone of spirituous liquors to send, Edm. Gra ; Lews Smith, to Department -

and City Council of the city of Billiard Table for public use give. immediate information to Asa Townsefid, and Benjamin comply with_ t th t
-shall be authorised the Intendant or two Farrel be commis- subjoined resolution of M.
TallahasKe, That there shall be, to keep a any members appointed
1 [ and is hereby established a city second Billiard Table in the same I of the City Council of any sioners to lay offa road-from the House of Kepresentat

Library and Museum, to be room by paying the additional riotous or disorderly conduc; Georgia line, at or near the pointon the several claimants q,

known and distinguished by the sum of six dollars, and seventyfive that may take place at the houses the line between Georgia and whom it refers are rCtutst.t4
cents of such retailers and on their Florida where the commissioners to send
name of the City Library and per quarter year- hither, by IUtiras
Museum of Tallahassee. and provided also, that any one failure to give such infoamation of Ervin county have b located soon as practicable

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained keeping Billiard Tables for pub- shall forfeit their licenses ; and : a road from that county seat dules of their tiche,

That the clerk of the City Coun- lic use, shall be authorised to in no instance (tavern keepers over the nearest and best groundto claims respect]Ta

cil of the city of Tallahasseeshall keep a third Billiard Table in excepted) shall they be allowedto St. /Harks, and make return ticulars, exhibiting the Ptr

in virtue of his office, be the same room by paying the sell any spirituous liquors on I I agreeably to law. required (by the 1 fe.

librarian and keeper of the said further additional sum of three the sabbath, under penalty of a By order of the Court. solution, as nearly as ni1

Library and Jlfuseum.] 'dollars and, twelve and a half forfeiture of their licenses as aforesaid C. Nicholas, Clerk. be, according to the follow,

Sec. 3. Be further ordained, cents per quarter year. I on conviction before June 24. tf. ing plan.
That it shall be the duty of the On eacH and every vender and the intendant or any two members Wm. -Wyatt, | Attachment- SCHEDULE.II .

said Library and keeper, to col- retailer of goods, wares and of the City Council. vs. } to SuperiorEde I I --..
lect, receive, preserve, and dispose merchandize, two mills, per dol- Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, Van Evour. Court Octo- '- -- u

of, all funds, books, and lar, of stock in trade, as given that in all cases of offence, other -' bcr,Term, 1826, May 6th 18.20, v c.. :7 -

other property, appertaining to in by himself on oath, per quar- than those hereinbefore re- levied on the Defendants inte- .. .I) 0 .:: ::3 c..>

the said institution ; he shall deliver ter year. cited, against the peace, quiet rest in the following lots and improvements .irt c--.c .In- 0
to the Intendant a written On each and every retailer, and good order of the city, the lying in the city of 0 -? .y O !Sv
engagement faithfully) to executethe except tavern keepers, selling offender shall be liable to suffera I Tallahassee, viz : lots No. 114, c'J sr .c- 0'"

duties of his office ; he shall less than a quart of spiritous liquors penalty of not more than five 150, 18 and 116, also on sundry "xc-: -3: "'C......,. .E_.. c.Lo.
also deliver to the Intendant a five dollars per quarter- dollars on conviction before the articles of household furniture Q) s:: ::: ::

bond with penalty and security I on license first had and obtained, Intendant or any two members of: &c. Notice is hereby given thata ,!' *o* -s- CJ.__c.). _.

satisfactory to the Intendant for : from the clerk of the city Coun- the City Council : Provided, that I. suit has been instituted in the "eo> '" o

the faithful execution of his of- I, cil. in all: cases, the party fined above case -(1)d_ ?';
On each and every tavern where the fine axceeds one dol- 'V m. Cameron, s S: oes '"
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fice.Sec.. 4. Be further ordained, keeper, or keepers of housesfof- laj, be entitled to appeal, to the' Sheriff. -... -II) .s c_: V.

That a subscription shall be o- public entertainment, for man or Intendant and city council, and I May 19. M; -.C s.r N;;:; .S :CI....,;;.

pened! and preserved by. the Li- horse, the sum of three dollars provided further, that when any : Received by the Schooner .-- a(1)0 d c..c.- So CI

brarian, for funds, books, speci- per quarter.On offender, who is convicted and : mmllit I .=' -. (3 -0 :0: t c.

mens in natural history, and other each and every practising fined, under this section is unable iND 9 =a 0.3- P: ......

articles, of use, taste, and attorney, and practising physi- or unwilling to pay in money, 48 bbls.FOR SALE AT ST.fresh MARKS.Flour : c3 cn... 0
curiosity ; and there is hereby cian, or surgeon, the sum of thejpenalty maybe commuted for superfine fot3 0 U') .C'_ .Q-" 0 fD
20 do Pork 0 -
appropriated in behalf of the Ci- I seventy-five cents per quarter imprisonment, at the rate of 20 Lard, 3iT : .;-, .::.:."C. .Q: ro
kegs ,
of Tallahassee in aid of the i twenty four hours imprisonment ? <1J N
ty '- U) 0 .
year.On 5 bbls. Mackerel, o airt j;:., CJ ._; ''II
said institution, the annual sum each and every pleasure for every dollar. 8 sacks Salt --. .:: ....... :c.-,.._ ..::.
carriage, six and one fourth cents Passed June 19th 1826. c. rr o ...
: of ru r'.ei'1 ,
two do liars, payable : 2 kegs Tobacco C" t0__ Q
I, y, on or before the first day of per wheel, per quarter year. Charles Haire, 5 1-2 bbls. buck,wheat flour .,...', ..... 'IAtI1- ct-= .y I"
and October On each and every gold watch, Intendant.' -:J .0 Q- 0,
January, April, July, -
1 barrel Salts
glauber ((1)-
in to be paid twenty five cents, per quarter Geo. E.1 Tingle c: sis 5)
every year I 1 do Almonds, v C) .:=:..: ..MJ ..
from any year.On Clerk. 5 S H
8 Powder
. kegs ,
i each & every silver watch a-a M
; monies not previously appro- July 8. 30 c
c-> 5
: twelve and a half cents per quar- .... Expect to receive in a few b :1 d
priated. days two or three hundred bar- Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, I ter year. Leon County Police R gu- > 2c C'_) ".: en -=
rels corn. -B :: .:::
1 On each and every pack of : : 0 rI
lations. i .
That subscribing .
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every J. & N. HAMLEN.
rt Is ..
cards sold of ..
quart erly sum of fifty cents in rid dealor, retailer or disposed twelve by and any County Court, April Term, 1826. March 24.l'fri. -..=.. QJ_ ... 2 .iO... 0) T3.- ........
of the said institution, shall be entitled or James Bryant was appointed u= ""0 ... r"COS
half cents the ( "K"SUBSC 1 HIRE I K In C -
pack-and -v gj
per ,
t : to vote for four directors, I receiver of taxables-William : o ren U
number packs sold to be HAS received the late S 3 > N C3 ; .
ascertained just by u
one of whom too out of office Cameron Collector of ta'xes- ,. .:. CJ h
by the declaration4 ho- arrivals and has hand at his m E- M]
on J
the 31st March GeorgeE. Tingle .. quarterly, on was appointed me.> OS ,
nor of the dealer, beforethe city store late the store of G. Davis H = 3 >
30th of June, 30th of September county Treasurer. -o K C3 __ K
assessor. & Co. ar assortment of Summer t U ..0_ culll! S"
and the 31st December, in Ordered, that the folloingcounty (A) C
every year. The Intendant of the Passed February 18, 1826. tax be levied in the Clothing. Dry Goods, Hardwareand C-aJ.O eu aA tu<'_ .c_ p au w

city of Tallahassee in virtue of Charles Haire, county of Leon for the year Groceries, for sale on the -0.o I.. c.. ...ccn-.,.. ....-, ATT ATT.s

his office, shall be a director, and Intendant. 1826, on every white male over lowest terms in this place, for -=o c- C--c.0 mCJ. >

shall be president of the Board of George E. Tinsrle, 21 and under 50 years of age, fif- cash only, or all sorts of produce < ooj 10 w 8 m r ':aJ_:: 141.fJo
Directors 'F"11n".l.-IL/n/. tv cents. taken in exchange for Goods. tail .- en 0rn.
,Sec. 6. Be it further ordained June 24. tf : Every able bodied'slave over Abrm. Russeljr. ]. V-. .=4.> c
.s:: 0 d
That the board of directors shall f4 and under 50 years of age 25 March 24.Storage. == a 'Co-)
make, devise, alter, and amend, Ordinance No. 7. cents. at fct. Marks. o en--

from time to time, as occasion : Further to provide for the Cattle per head each 3 cents. fWlHE subscribers nave recently b :x E-t: o o "'0 ...

may require, proper regulationsfor peace, quiet, and good order, Every keeper of a tavern, 5 M erected a large and com- =' _Z _3 Co) rt&: .5 CJ a*

the reception, custody preservation of the City of Tallahassee. dollars. modious Ware House at St. ..... ... 'g5.. 0
and emenatiori for the Be it ordained by the Intendant Every retailer of spiritous liquors Marks, and are now prepared to .RS-., .r.tJ'.2....".. 7 J.s.o en on .....ya ..

use of the articles appertaining and City Council of the city of except tavern kcepets, 5 receive goods on storage ; the E- -.Im. CI) CUm a
the institution. Tallahassee, That all animals dy- dollars. charges will be moderate, and u < -- mo =.
(1) ca-s.
within the limits of for the strictest attention paid to the > I f-f;; ur 2 o
Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, ing the cityof Store keepers, each hun- C- IV'"" A S -S >
That any person, persons, or body Tallahassee, shall be remov- dred dollars of stock in trade 10 receiving and delivering of any 0."' i-oI 4)*-) c'o c C- r
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y tno
I of persons, may deposit in the ed by the owners tthereof within cents. consigned.They will also receive and sell r G:: C sr) E-4- 4 ..o-.. 3O

\ said institution, books, or other twenty four hours afer the On auctioneers, one quarterper at small commissionsany goods, Z co:: .=' 2 == 11)c1Z
articles for same shall die. centum the amount of SaJ:
or. property custody, on Cotton, or pioduce that may be ,,.., 0.-- o 0.i
..preservation, and emanation, for Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, their commissions. entrusted to them.N. + .= .- c;hh ::

use, under such regulations as the That on failure of the owner or Doctors of Medicine per annum .- B. A large assortment of e.> M Board of Directors in their wisdom owners of such dead animals three dollars.Lawyers ......,. cn -.+
any goods and provisions kept con- ..:: r'' .C;, .... #c..
to remove the same shall three dol- hand and sold I r... J en i. Oin
may provide. they per annum stantly on very : M u0. .._
Ses. 8. Be it further ordained, be removed by the city marshalat lars.All low for cashJ. I o 0 O .s.a 3., .=-.,":'In

That tha Librarian and keeper, the expense of the said own- free male coloured persons &. N. Hamlen. :... n n x Co) a C) :0;

shall quarterly or oftener pub- er or owners, said expense to be over 18 and under 50 yearsof April 7. tfCABINET ..." .o.-) ,.., oZ

I lickly) notify the reception of all adjudged before the Intendant or age, five dollars.All .,riot .:roo s t.,n c-0 _..

articles received into the said any two members of the City free female coloured per- MAKING, .: &,'z-I 4) -_Q) 0 .=.<
institution : Provided that the Council. sons over 14 and under 50 yearsof ANDJTTItlE c.o 0- ?*)> oQ flK

same be done without cost, char- Sec. S. Be further ordained, age three dollars. I ) cS" ) 0'd-

ge, or expense. that any person discharging a gun Ordered, that upon all cattle \Um [tmcaQ i ._ .CI-- -"'.".. .Q.,). ..n.....,..
Sec. 9. Be It further ordained, or pistol or other fire arms, running the property of persons who are subscribers respectfully i -c.. -- .--: '-:1Tn"

That the office of the clerk of or galloping a horse, or rapidly or may be for the time being non- JL inform their friends and the 8 o c Cj d

the City Council of the city of driving a carriage within resdents of this Territory there i public generally, that they have .o_., .*8- C CJ >".o ff

Tallahassee is hereby appropriated the city of Tallahassee; to the be levied a tax of twenty five opened a Cabinet Shop, at the C) .J- .:
for or of the citizens cents head corner of Monroe Street and c= 3 g'2 .c ... g-
the use of the said insti- annoyance danger per per annum. 5".. ;.f
tution free of any cost, charge, shall forfeit and pay, for Ordered, that David Thomas, Washington Square, where thbusine'ss C O) -0-0 i'CJ.CJ m

or expends for the same. each and every such offence a John Caruthers, & William Wy- and is furniture carried made on extensively '" I .
Sec. 10., Jlnd be it further or- sum not exceeding five dollars, att, be appointed commissionersto to best style and most agreeably mo-- Q C. 4.) ..:ItaJ ... ",

dained, That the proceeds of all on conviction before the Inten- survey and lay off a road from dern fashions. .,; .b s._.. w,,.C ai 0 Fa "

/' fines, penalties, and forfeitures, dant or any two members of the the North West corner of the SEEING IS BELIE VLWL _) CI CJC8 J &>

accruing under the laws of the City Council. City of Tallahassee, the nearest The above firm have lately x..04o

corporation on the regulations of Sec. 4. Be It further ordained, and best way to Ellis' Ferry on employed a few additional hands s.=,.. c= ZSiQ =
the Board of Directors are appropriated '- that no person shall be allowedto the Ocklockony river, and make from N. Oreans whose general ) 00 r cd:: If 5

'._ r -' for the use of the said retail spirituous liquors without returns agreably to law. acquaintance with the above business w oo c.J: c..g,
institution. first that William .... =
licence from Ordered
obtaining a
I Campbell can be no better recommended "
iassedFebruarY 18, 1826. the Clerk of the City Council, : James Cameron and Thomas than by giving a call .c: .ea c.- "c.-", .c.:.:).
Charles Haire, under-the penalty ofnot less than H. Chamberlain be appointed and teeing the furniture finishedby 0 u Q,) CI 0) c.d, ,f'

Intendant. three*nor'more than ten dollars commissioners to survey and lay them-iaidfirm have for sale &) = S '\

George E. Tingle; for each'and every such offence, off a road from the city of Tallahassee some of the first rate cabinettrimmings -' U1aomU c r

Clerk. conviction before the Inten- the nearest and best which they will dis- .cs o G. *o J 2*
.. S fr
June 24. tf. i dant or any two members.of-the way to St. Marks and make return pose of on moderate terms. C-b -oJ > d..
'. City Council. t agreably to law. Having a large supply of superior e -00 cs =?au> all
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Sec. 5r Re it'further ordained Ordered that John Edwards mahogany and other appropriate d.r c-
,'i, _, j&t:: Ordinance No. 6. : '" 430...
(, : .. ;; ., ,', that all'store keepers and traders Neadham Bryant. and John F3r- timber on hand together '-' "'C :::
t' For raising a revenue e for the ; with ready made furniture, they
dealing and'trading under mer, .be appointed commissioners C- 4ilS
will hence always able, and o
of Tallahassee. licence from the corporationshall to lay off a road from the o oI *
attend irv
Be it'ordained the Intendant ready to punctually to C) > C C O
by close their'store or shop Georgia line, at, or near the all orders forwarded them. 8 -
and City Council of the city ,of doors, every sabbath day at nine point on the line between Geor- -ALSO- eez

Tallahassee; That the followingrates o'clock in the morning, under gia and Florida where the com- Turning of descriptionwill
of Taxes, shall be levied the penalty of not more than five missioners of Thomas county be done with every despatch.and The publishers of the Laws tM

upon the articles hereinafter enumerated dollars for each and every of- Georgia have located a road from in the best manner. the United States will insert

that is to say-on fence, recoverable on conviction that county seat over the near- Robert P. Boyce & Co. notice six times in their papers

!j each Billiard Table; kept and before _the Intendant or any_two est and best ground to- St. Marks November T2. tf i July


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